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J'LATTSMOUTII, N K15UAX?KA. SATl'UDAY. .JUNK 11. M
NUM UVAl 2'.
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A cream of tartar baking !i(w'!l'r
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest U.S. Government food
RURUXUTOS &. M ISStiL' It I HIV EH K.
V TIME TAFLE. J
OF IAILY I'ASSEXGEK TWAINS
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The jjljtfsmouth QernUL
OiKXKK OK V1XK AXI) FIFTH STS
- NOTTS BROS, Publishers
I'lilili-lifil every Thursday, and daily
every t veninic except Sumluy.
hVi-tered at the 1'lat t-miouth, Xehra?-ka
Ht pliice a-4 cciuil cla mail matter ior
t raii-nii-ion throuuh the IT. S. mails.
One j'rar in uilvuuce -Due
year not in advance -
Six mouth in advance
Three months in advance
T K K l S OK HAILY.
One year in advance -
me copy one month -IVr
week ly carrier - -
be much more comfortable, but'
what is more to the point, much
more healthy. Railway carriage
mats, too. get. in course of time,
most uncomfortable, ad every trave
ler knows. Fitted with the wire
cushions ami wire padl ing, railway
.seats (and those of carriages as
well) would be always shapely and
practically indestructible. Scien
KH INTERESTING QUESTION THAT
MAY NEVER EE ANSWERED.
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE1,
CO.. OF N. Y.
T. II. Pollock. Agent.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL. TfCKET.
1 J K SJ A MIX II A K K I SO X
For Vice President
WIIITK LAW KIKI
of Xew York.
Bushnells extra leaves for ij"',1J0
clock lor I inahaaud will accommodate i.as-
I'kksi de.NT IlAKKI-SOX should ap
point a man for the next secretary
of Htate. a man whose feminine rel
atives will not cause him to throw
up his job all of a sudden.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
i n 'i
I J Vrains dally except Sunday
No. 34 Accomodation
.10:55 a. ra.
. 4 ;00 p. m.
CAMXET crises are fashionable
among representative governments
this year. Hut ours will hardly
make a ripple, for Harrison will ap
point a new secretary of state and
things will go on as smoothly as
"tAS-i CAMP So.SK M. W. A. rm eis eve j
CAecoud and F urth Monday '
Fitzgerald hall, v isiun iicm..y. - - ;r,
p. C. Han "en. V. C.
8. C. Wilde. Clerk.
r. Tvertenberirer, W. A.
TAI II E PALMER CAMP NO 50
,on of Vet-ran, division of k.l
j At ,eet every Tuesday nigni. at "
iu nVu hall In f itlnerald b o. k. All sons hii-1
IwitalJ wnlrwle, are cordially inv.te. to meet
vithu J.J. Kurtz, Comm:tiuier ; i. .
Elwaiu.' l"t yeargeut.
rvKU'K OK THE WOULD. Meets at 7 : 30
0K",frv Monnav evenii-tl at the t;ni:ul Army
ill. A. F.Oroom, prewdent. 1 nos vtanm.
Two -weeks hence it will be the
Llemorrnta' turn to furnish fun for
the country. But they will hardly
be able to do as much as the repub-i;-:.
n have done in this line. The
people won't have the interest in
their doinos as theY had in the re
Tke social and dance to be given
by St. John's Altar Society. Friday
lune lUth will be postponeo.o Mon-
lay June 13th. Don't forget the
change of date.
"Ilackmetack" a lasting and fra
grant perfume, price 'Si and "id cts.
tor sale bv O II. Snyder and F O
For millinery and pattern hats or
anvthing in the line of ribbons.
flowers of the latest styles and de- gijo-ht kick that sent the head rolling to
Arc the Movriiirnt of the IIul and
i'we After :--ejipltutlon UrulunUry
or Are They Attended with Some Slight
Action of the Will Sum Eitrlmnt.
Tliw question of the duration of con
sciousness in the brain of criminals after
execution by hanging or by the guillo
tine is being discussed with greater in
terest than ever since Auastay, the mur
derer of Baroness Dellurd, paid his debt
to society. It is paid that this remarka
ble criminal sent to his brother a letter
on the subject as follows:
The separation of my body ai d that whki
constitutes my thinking boing cuanot so soou
be tw'fomplibed. I believe there la a survival
of about au hour. Come, tbet.. .eon, be pres
ent at my exituti'ju au l insist mt my heat'.
Ie tjiveu to you. Ca.il me Willi your voice ana
my eyes will reply to you.
This is but the repetition of a popular
belief that has prevailed for centuries.
There is a legend of a state execution in
England at an eioch when the ax and
block were in use, which sets forth that
after the instrument had fallen the per
son whose head was on the block ex
claimed, "You have missed me!" to
Ti-hiMi th executioner replied with a
Spot Cash Hardware.
YKAK2 AGO T"" W,KT WKOTK:
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
It was true then and just as true to day, ind fits our ca e exactly
ALL THAT VK WANT IS
Yqi.ii" Oracle on
sitrns. call on the tucker listers in
the Sherwood block. tf,
Fok SALE OK Tkade A desirable
lot in Plattsmouth. Will sell for
cash or will take a good buggy
horse and horses in exchange.
For particulars call on or address
According to the census of 1390,
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of 1.098,576 people, as the
eighth largest city on the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
hnd homes, ana,
a distance. The story never gained much
credence, but is still worthy of discus
sion. Its truth or falsity would depend
on the possibility of the instrument
being so thin and sharp that the walls
of the veins would not be displaced, in
which case the circulation of the blood
might continue for a few seconds, and
whether consciousness might continue
for a moment after the vertebrae of the
neck was severed. This last difficulty
would be the createst, since utter un
consciousness is supposed to be simul
taneous with the severing of the spinal
rd or the breaking of the neck. In
anv event, scientists who have taken tho
when we do. we can find no better trouble to study the faces of the guillo-
line than the Burlington Route." tined f or a few seconds after the fatal
Three fast and comfortable trains stroke or wno have made experiments
daily. For further information ad- .lpoanitated animals, do not favor
flr tlie ao-eiit of the company at
fhat ia all: XorrJo ve want it Ion a.-" just for a few ears, say twent-r
or more and if you will grant us this little" our cup of happiness wili
be lull to overflowing.
In return vou will have little to want, for in these goods we our the
best and iiio.ft complete line made in this countr to-day and
-Zi-t UPrioeo so
That every time we fill out a quotation sheet we feel that we ought to be
accorded a place in history among trie pimantnropisis ior we are giving
the trade all the cream and keeping the skimmed milk for ourselves.
WILL YOU NOT CI YE US THE "LITTLE" THAT WE WAXT.
J. W. Hendee, & Co.
We commend the able, patriotic
and thoroughly American adminis
tration of President Harrison. Un
XyJ secretly. . der it tlie country has enjoyed re-
iil o i w XoH-Meet first ami third F r i- inarkable prosperity. and the digni-
U fVan ty and honor of the nation, at home
, J A r :o'rbf- and abroad, have been faithfully
W. X " a KMeConIUtei-o.tNo.43 ,e.-ts every maintained, and we offer the record
V LV(nTdrl of pledges kept as a guarantee of
nrTi i-iiiv invited to e, t wit li us. tr-u of tlie laitimu perioruiauce in
ort Adjniant ; H. K. i'.e. i o. t
this place, or write to J. r-rancis, i
General Passenger and licKet
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
Just as sure as hot weather comes
there will be more or less bowel
complaint in this vicinity. F:very
person, and especially families,
ought tc have some reliable medi
ciiie at hand for instant use in case
it is needed. A 'Si or 50-cent bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluea Remedy is just what 3 011
ouirht to have and all that you
with decapitated animals,
I lie tueury. t
Several French physicians, and among J
them Dr. Paul Loye, now ueceaseu, out
once a professor at the Sorbonne, have
experimented with dogs, using for their
hanging or decapitation machinery like
that employed in public executions.
The dog was chosen for the ex
periments as having the most mo
bile face and being able to repro
duce the movements which in rare
cases have been observed in human
subjects. Persons whom this treatment
of dumb animals migiit revolt are ueggeu
B J. I. UNRUH
FOIl FIRST CLASS FUllNl TURK.
K HAN DLLS the Whitney baby Carriages ami
can offer good bargains in them
Parties desiring to furnish a house complete
could not do better than to call and inspect his line of
furniture, in the way of Parlor sets. Dining room sets,
Bed Room set, and even) thing ktpt in a first-class
J X.-47. M
.t.. IVTHI s .aiioiiei -
A., J-Xo-47. Meets evtrj " . .,11
V? vA Tt heir hall over Hemiet it.Tu t s. all
V "nii.VkniVl.ts are cordially it.vUe.l to
itt".d. M -N Orimth. C C : Ot.s Uovey lv ot
K ami S.
. .- -V,st Meet second and fourth
t -..." in the month at
a F Hall.
M Vontlriui, M W, K 1'
li. ; Mr. John Cory. Secretary.
HOXOK Meets the first
- f n uf v V
U"rthirl Thrursdayeyenm o,eac.i
Mrs. Nannie Hurkel. ister secretary
I'ASS LODGE. No. 146.1. O. O. F. meets ev
ereu. X. O. ; S. F. Osborn, secretary.
ON THE FIRST BALLCT.
After three days of preliminary
work the republican national con
vention yesterday nominated Presi
dent Harrison for a second term on
the first ballot.
The Hekali) believes the party
will go into the contest with noth
ing to apologize for either in candi
dates or platform. The recoid of
the president is absolutely una:
sailable. He has given the best ad
ministration we have had since the
war. and as brilliant a one as any
other country has ever enjoyed in
j times of piece. His conduct of the
rffie has commended him to the
best elements of all parties, and es
peci ally those who agree with him
on economic ouestions. His second
would need, even tor tlie most to remember that the suffering is much
severe and dangerous cases. It is . ia vivisection, since these
the best, the most reliable and methods of execution are generally rec-
most. success ;Ve ognized as producing the least pain
aim iw picatiiu 4.w uv.
r. ti. r riCKe oc v.o., u. i...- - "... . of ao1 fri thf. exM.u-
IWtKS blLLii lVi kuttw
tiou of ordinary criminals in France. It
r onsisted of a triangular Knue or a-s.,
Tlie IJ. & M. will sell tickets
the second annual encampment
competitive drill. Omaha, and for
the meeting of the Manufacturers
and Business Men's association,
Omaha, at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets will be sold June 13,
15, 10 and 18. Final limit for return,
June 22. J. Fkaxcis,
Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent.
T. II. Pollock. Agent.
surmounted by a mass of lead weighin
over twenty pounds and falling over
six feet upon the neck of the animal,
which was severed at the third verte
bra. The phenomena observed were
similar to those remarked by other
French and by foreign savants whose
experiments have been less elaborate.
At the moment the head was detached
from the body the mouth opened wide,
as if the pmal was making an extraor
dinary effort at inhalation. The tongue
nrmlied to the lower part of the
mouth and underwent a brief period of
arftation. The eyelids were closed with
iirht contractions. Then the eyes were
I nnpnfld and rolled from side to side and
RffeAKA"iT candidacy will produce a more en
fnXX " erentg; thusiastic campaign than his first,
brethren invitea. iieury
Thos Walllnw. Secretary.
and the president will grow in pop-
ularitj- and strength with the peo
ple until the election returns him
triumphantly to the white house
for another term of four years.
Z. ..... i.L- VmI Mutton.
rrepa iee.. ' flv hand.
Game of all kinds kept in Season
SATISFACTION - GARANTEED
Cor. 6th St and Lincoln Ave
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
I will be in the city for the next
ten days, and, as I have two good
;.,r smviiifr machines which I
. 11 at rlisnose of. anv one wishing a to bottom, the pupils in the mean-
.,,cVn'rif at a barirain. forcash orL, m-inallv contractinjr. At the
on the installment plan, should call - the jaws Were opened and
at once at Henry Boeck s store. violently closed, and the face was rapid-
l. jUBE.NviLi., I, nlsed. This was followed by
cii 1 . ... ii tv.
changes at the corners 01 me muum, 1-
Rv.Manairer Simrer Man'Fg Co.
Among Tobacco, Havana
alone pleases the taste of
the critical connoisseur, xvo
artificial Proce88 . Jk.fiV
hance its value. The "Bud
cigars are always made of
the finest Havana fillers and
has always been esteemed
above every other brands
made ar sold at Plattsmouth.
! I FOK
SALE-Two 4lldree. of cleansinir and renewal? If
VautU .within block of managers and others would only fit
depot, ior 1 tneir seats with the braided wire
WIRE PILLOWS AND CUSHIONS.
Recently I had brought under my
notice, says a writter in the London
Illustrated News, a new invention,
which I think should be made wide
ly known in view of the sanitarj
benefits likely to accrue from its use.
I refer to the braided wire pillows,
mattresse&s, and like articles which,
I understand, are being introduced
into this country by an American
firm. The pillows 1 saw and exam
ined are made of braided wire; they
are perfectly resilient, accomodate
themselves to every movement, and
,rt of course, always cool. The
chief point to which public atten
tion should be directed, I think, is
the possibility of such an invention
superseding the ordinary stuffed
pillows and cushions, which, with
the lapse of time, become loaded
with dust and germs, saturated with
perspiration, and demand what
they seldom get thorough disin
fection and cleansing. Do we ever
think of the amount of dust fciid
microbes which the stuffed cush
ions of a theatre, church, hall, or
other public place absorb, with no
anpprfv nrosoect. as far as I can
J ' " j x
lsiood vTHl ieil.
It will be remembered that an explo
sion took place under the portico of the
Palazzo Massimo, in Rome, on April 30.
In refereiu-e to this The Messagero ha3
published the following letter trom - h , the evelids closed, but if an ob
Prince Massimo: "l notice in mis muni- matter of what kind, was placed
bration of the nostrils, trembling of the
lirv and erection of the ears, ineen
iwrhhle of these movements constituted
a series of horrible grimaces like those
seen on the face of the guillotined, and
seemed to express the most intense ag
nnv. If the cornea of the eye
in"'s issue of your journal that the ex
plosion which took place under the por
tieo of niv palace terrified my family. I
beg to inform you that those who have
their veins the blood ot the t aim anu
of the house of Savoy know neither ter
ror nor fear." London Globe.
An Kasy Method of Getting Ice.
An easv wav to lay in a stock of ice
for summer use is practiced by a Minne
sota farmer. In the winter he packs
drifted snow in his icehouse, for a few
nights, wetting it with well water.
When frozen hard it is covered with
sawdust. Last summer his stock of
snow ice lasted until late in September;
it was just as good and clear as river ice,
and he hadn't the trouble of hauling it.
A social change noticeable in London
is the early hour at which a large num
ber of society people are now fixing
their dinnerparties. It used to be from
9 to 10 p. m. It is now 5:30 to 7 p. m.,
and the indication is to a still earlier
The Israelite alliance has sent to the
sultan of Turkey an address in com
memoration of the admission ot tne ex
iled Spanish Jews to the Turkish empire
The development of the petroleum in
terest in Peru has been sufficient to war-
before the eve there was no movement,
Neither did crying nor whistling into
the ears of the dog appear to cause the
clio-Vitst sensation. The pinching of
the tongue caused a slight shrinking of
that organ. Although the pupil 01 tne
eve was "contracted, the approach of a
bht rendered tne ormce mm amno.
m, niifTinincM occupy aDout ten
seconds, and are followed by a period cf
repose continuing to the fifteenth or
twentieth second, during which the
mouth rests closed and tne eyes open
and without movement. At the end of
this time the mouth opens ana closes
quickly, the nostrils dilate and contract.
During this time, although the irritation
of the cornea has caused a slight wink
ing, neither whistling in the ear nor
touching the tongue or nostrils with am
monia or cologne has been able to pro
duce anv effect. The opening and clos
ing of "the mouth resemble yawning,
and are reproduced a dozen times, after
which the motions gradually cease.
Then the cornea loses its sensibility to
the touch, though, half a minute having
elapsed, the yawning is still active. The
pupil of the eye dilates at the approach
of light, but does not contract, and the
cornea loses its glistening appearance.
At the end of two minutes the yawning
and other phenomena have ceased, end
ing in mere contraction of the fibers,
and the head takes a corrdik look.
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE Ol R
LOW PRICES IN MENS. BOYS. LADIES MISSE
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES THAT ARE GOING
AT BAR G
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