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OSWEL 6. HORR
roat In Store For tho
JEKYIIOnV CORDIALLY INVITED
Tljfx-Conerressman Horr of Michigan
, Will Speak To-nisrlit at the.
Opora House Turn Out
'and Hear Him.
, Hon. Koawell G. Ilorr of Michi
gan will Hpenk at the opera house
to-night. Mr. Ilorr has' a national
reputation as a debater, and a rar
!wt?at P1"- rniaecl those who go-
lie spoke at the Ueatnce anA Fre
j mont Chautauquaa on Urpitblicnn
day, at Omaha Saturday niht, and
from here he goe UJ ia.stings.
Mr. Ilorr has served sev
eral terms in conrens and i tariiT
editor of the New York Tribune,
lie ia one of the brightest and witt
eHt debaters in Atneriea.
Those who think the t; ri IT in a
tax should hy no means miss hear
ing this talk.
The workiiiginen are especially
invited to come out and hear him.
The ladies are also respectfully
requested to come out and hear
America's great tariff orator at the
opera house to-night.
Who is MaNeelj ?
Jack MaXeely, who is wanted by
officers at PIattsmoiih for walking
out of the couniy jail without per
mission, has again got into trouble
that will likely laud him in the pcn
itentiaiy. After leaving IMatts
mouth MaNeelj- went to work for a
farmer named Shay, living nine
miles south of Palmyra. On the
morning of the Four ;h, J;ck, after
being paid oil, left his employer.
Shortly afterwards Mr. Shay missed
his watch and one of his horses.
Coming to Palmyra he learned Jack
had forged h'.s name to an order on
Jiell't clothing house for a suit of
clothes, left the horse in a live..'
stable, hi i'lg a team. MaXeely. ac
companied by a young lad', started
towards Kagle. Subsequent!' it was
learned Jack had passed through
over to Alvo, whete he passed the
lady as his wife. In the evening he
returned toward iVPnJmyra. stopping
at Ihirdick's pasture and taking out
one of tile horses. This animal he
left tied to a tree within a mile of
Palmyra. On entering Palmyra he
was placed tinder arrest by an offi
cer. Jack seemingly acquiesced
but suddenly gave a leap ami away
he ran, leaving the officer far in the
rear in the chase. It is now thought
it was Jack's intention to ret mi the
livery team, take Shay's horse and
together with Hurdick's horse lie
and the girl would leave the coun
try. The lap robe, whip and halter
belonging to the rig- were left with
the linrdick nag. - MaXeely was
aftei kvards arrested at South Ilend
and taken to Nebraska City for trial.
Don't go Now.
Saturday evening a stranger went
into the fruit store at the corner of
Third and Main streets, and bought
ten cents worth of fruit, handing the
proprietor a $'J0 Confederate bill.
The Italian took the bill' and gave
him ten dollars in change and said
he would go out and get the rest for
him. The stranger said that wasn't
necessary as he would be in Sunday
morning to buy a bill of goods of
liini, and he would pay him $10 in
advance, and then left the store.
The Italian in a short time ran short
of change and started out with his
$20 Confederate bill to get it
changed and soon found he had
been swindled. Then there was
weeping and wailing and gnashing
of teeth at Mike Coaaly's fruit stand,
indulged in bj the whole family.
In the meantime the fellow had
skipped and has not been heard of
j Cholera infantum has lost its
. 1 terrors since the introduction of
3 Chamberlains colic, cholera and di
!"! arrhu-a remedy. When that remedy
!is used and the treatment sis direc
ted with each bottle is followed, a
. cure is certain. Mr. A.W. Walters,
i a prominent merchant at Walters
j burg. III., says: It cured my baby
I boy of cholera infantum after sev
eral other remedies had failed, the
child was so low that he seemed al
most beyond the aid of human
,1 hands or reach of any medicine."
I 'Si and aO cent bottles for sale y F.
"i G. Fricke .V Co.
New School House.
Work commenced to-day on the
new $j,C.Z3 school house at Xehawka
and the building will be read- by
the time the fall term opens. The
building will be I by (K) leet, two
stories high, and will be built of
Thp Xew York bakerv sells
twenty-eight loaves of bread for
Mrs. VVaggner has opened a new
IJotiA of our blacksmiths seem to
have plenty of work
JamVs La ugh ridge was a Platts
moutlU visitor last Saturday
Mrs.'Vjoseph Tubbs and family are
visiting' old friends in Murray
Mr. T.lieodore Buck steps rather
high tUce days. Cause: A ten
Mrs Holmes ami Mrs. Charles
Conley are doing a good business
" Miss Mary Holmes has been on
the sick list, but, we are glad to say
Mf. William Holmes and Mrs
William Morrow were visitors to
Mrs. Hodgeus of College Springs
Iowa, is visiting with her daughter
Mrs. Robert Root.
jacK nnaw lias added a new ex
press wagon to his already well
eqiiipped livery stable.
Mr. Bert I,atta. a young medical
student of Lincoln, was visiting his
many friends in Mm ray
Mr. David Pitlman and daughters.
Misses Adda and Kittie, were
Plattsmouth visitors last Saturday
David Pittuiau is putting new
screens on his house that were
manufactured by William Holmes.
Mr. Samuel Hallance, a prominent
plasterer, of Plattsmoulh was :
pleasantcaller last week, he is finish
ing Mr. Kousterholt&'s house w?st
Kdmumls V Hoot are doing
gooci uiisiiiess. ?r. Joot is a very
popular young man in the commit
nity and has made many friends
here since he went into business.
Mr. Win. Dull has been on the
sick list for sometime but he is now
able to attend to business. Mr. Dull
has as good crops of wheat and corn
as any in the neighborhood.
Mr. rrcd Crosser is farmimr 0
acres of his father's valuable farm
south of Murray. Fred is working
hard and has his corn in good shape
lie will make one of the solid men
Mr. Lue Cole has cleared lf acres
of timber land and has lf0 cords of
wood ready for market. lie has JO
acres of corn and 10 acres of small
grain and 'I'l head of horses second
to none in Cass county.
Mr. Wm. Morrow has shipped to
Omaha seven car loadsof cord wood,
fourteen cords to the car. He has
l.'itl acres of corn and T0 acres of
stnnll grain.nl in good condition
besides feeding 0 head of cattle and
1X head of hogs
Mr. Hobert Adams, who has taken
to himself one of the handsome
young ladies of Murray for a part
ner through life, is attending 40
acres of good corn. Mr. Adams is a
good carpenter and is a valuable
addition to the community.
Hon. Anderson Hoot has returned
from an extensive trip through
Arizona and California. Humor
says he has some notion of locating
in one of the above mentioned
places, but we hope that it is not so.
as we cannot alTortl to lose so good
Dr, Morrow has located at Ger
man town, his many friends were
anxious to have him remain here
where he would have been liberally
a . a j
paironizeti, ne may return m ine
near future, he is a young man that
thoroughly understands his profes
sion and is a valuable addition to
any community that he may locate
Mr. Baxter, of the firm of Baxter
fc Dawson, has bought twenty-five
acres of land one mile east of Mur
ray and is building himself a beau
tiful residence, which will soon be
finished. Mr. Baxter ha9 purchased
his partner's interest in the store
and is going to put in a first-class
stock of goods, when he will be
able to supply his many customers
at the lowest prices.
Mr. Walter Bates of Xewhaka sup
plies us with fresh meat twice a
wtek, he kills one beaf a day and
then cannot supply his many cos
A carpenter-by the name of M. S.
Powers, fell from the roof of a house
in Kast DesMoines, Iowa and sus
tained a painful and serious sprain
of the wrist which he cured with
one bottle of Chamberlains pain
balm. He says it is worth &5 to
a bottle. It cost him o0 cents. For
sale by by F. G. Fricke & Co.
A twelve-year-old son of William
Hawks, living at Xehawka, fell
from the top of a box car Sunday
while playing around the depot.
His skull was fractured and he was
otherwise bruised, but the attend
ing physicians thinks he will re
cover. Mi'es Nerve and Liver Pills
Act on o newpriciple regulating
the liver, stomach and bowels
through the nerves. A new discov
ery Dr. Miles pills speedily cure
biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver,
piles, constipation Utiequaled for
men, women and children. Small
est, mildest, surest. aO doses 'Ja cts.
Samples Iree at F. G. KrickeAc Co's.
YOUTH F 'J L CONVICT PARDONED.
Ill and Dylnk. He Is Born Home on
A wan faced, hollow eyed youth
reclining on a stretcher at the B. Sc
M. depot yesterday afternoon, ten
derly cared for by his father and
brother-in-law, formed a pathetic
picture that enticed sympathy
from all beholders. The pleading
eyes of the suffering boy served- as
mute conveyance of miseiy, for his
tongue was stilled by desase that
may end in eternal silence.
The name . of the unfortunate
youth was Micheal Cocl-'an, and he
was being taken to South Omaha by
his father and brother-in-law, Bail-
ill Spaulding of Omaha, having
been released from the penitentiary,
by a pardon issued by Governor
Boyd. The young man was serving
a twelve years sentence and has
been in the prison about four
months. He was convicted of as
saulting a Swede at South Omaha
with almost fatal results, and of
robbing him. Other young meil
were known to have been implicated
and it is claimed that Cochran was
iunocont of the crime. For several
weeks he has been in the hospital
unable to speak or take nourish
ment on account of an ailment re
sembling paralysis. He is only
eighteen years old and goes home
to fight the battle of life or death.
John Kuhney went up to Omaha
David O'Brian went to Omrha
Frank Carruth came in '. 'om Mc-
Robert Geinger of Omaha spent
Sunday in the city.
K. H. Wooley came in from Lin
coln this morning.
Lx-Congressinau Ilorr at the
opera house to-night.
Mrs. Sam Patterson was an Omaha
passenger this morning.
J. Finley Johnson was a westward
passenger this morning.
August Wint of Mauley was in
the county seat to-day on business.
Mr. and Mrs. I. X. Bowen returned
this morning to Alliance, after a
brief visit in the city.
Mrs. T. T. Young of Ashland and
Mrs. J. K. Heed of Falls City, Neb.
are visiting with the family ol L. C.
Airs. is. &purlock, ol l ork, was in
the city yesterday, the guest of her
son George. She returned home
Anford Nitka and Albert Hein
hackel returned from a trip to Den
ver, Garden of the Gods, I 'ike's
Peak, etc., yesterday.
Mr. W. A. Derrick, for the last
year connected with the choir of
the Westminster Presbyterian
church, leaves to-morrow to accept
a position in Chicago. Omaha
Mrs. R. V. Hyers departed Satur
day evening for Denver, where she
will be joined by her daughter, Miss
Alberta, and Miss Alice Wilson.
From there they will go to Manitou
and other pleasure resorts.
Sick headache! Beechani's Pills
Remember the speakmg at
opera house to-night.
J. Klein vs. R. Mullica in Judge
Archers court was continued to
Reports from Lincoln are to the
effect that Professor Drummond is
Judge Archer performed the
ceremony last night tnat made
Marion F. Waters and Lena Turner
man and wile.
The rejuvenated "Lightfeet" ball
club defeated the "B. & M. Juniors"
in a ten-inning game yesterday.
Score, 13 to 10.
Judge Archer this morning ren
dered a judgment by default in the
Home Fire Insurance Company vs
Henry Meisinger case.
Drury Graves was arrested yester
day on the charge of being drunk
and carrying concealed weapons.
This morning he paid $11 into the
school fund and Judge Archer let
him go on his way.
The Des Moines Artisan, pub
lished every Saturday at Des
Moines, and the official organ of the
Trades' assembly of that city, ar
rived at our exchange table to-day.
The paper is owned by a stock com
pany, and Charles W. Ingalls, a for
mer employe of The Herald, is
its business manager.
The 11. A: M. will sell round trip
tickets to Denver, Helena and Salt
Lake City on July 25 to August 10,
inclusive. Final limit, Octolier 10.
Tickets will be sold at one lowest
first-class fare. J. Fkaxcis,
General Passenger Agent.
Notice to Water Consumers.
The hours set apart to sprinkle
lawns are 5:30 to 7 o'clock a. m. and
6 to 8 o'clock r. m. Sprinkling
must be confined to these hours,
and hose found in use except during
the above named hours will be
shut off without further notice.
(j Plattsmouth Water Co.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled proposals will he received hy the
secretary of tlie board of education until
6o'c lock p. m., Saturday July 23, 18!t2, for
tlie construction or one two story, tour
room brick building on the lots 10,11 or 12,
in atauleman s audition in accordance
with plans and specifications on lile at the
First .National bank of Plattsmouth. Kach
bid must be accompanied bv a certified
check of $200. The board reserves the rifjht
to reject any and all bids.
By oraer ot tnetioara or iatication. .
J. I. I'NKi'H, Sec'y.
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Such as Sick Headache.
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T. II. Pollock, Agent.
Joe Klein, the Popular Clothier,
Distributes Prizes in the
Postal Card Contest.
The following prizes were given in the
postal card contest:
First prize, a nice spring suit, L. K.
Sawyer, South Bend, 7,0(J0 words.
Second prize, a leather satchel, 11. C.
Schmidt, Plattsmouth, C,0S7 words.
Third prize, two nice shirts, C. A. Kin
namon, Plattsmouth, 5,CCC words.
Look out for new ad.
All kinds of fresh, salt and
smoked m fiats.
1 maKe the best ot all kinds ot sau
sages and keep a pfood supply
constantly on Hand.
MARKET - ON - SIXTH - STREET
Between Main and Pearl
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
DR. A. SHIFTMAN,
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site Court House.
MARKS A SPECIALTY OF FITTIXO
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES
in a scientific, manner and fur
nishes tlie finest of periscopic
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Will test your eyes free.
ARTIFICIAL EYES INSERTED
on reasonable terms.
Hours: a. m. to 4 p. m. Ladies, 2
10 4 p. m.
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Carries an Elegant Stock
Everything kept that goes
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n nnrirnrrr rm
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It is absolutely safe.
ftOODS sld on the instaix-
emp,an.a? cheaP 38 for cash,
Sy monthly payments. Come
ln and examine my antinist tin-
7are which is warrand not to mat
If at anv tim xrm
j j w
new that we do not
happen to have in stock
we can get
it for you on two days' notice
2 1 Maln-St.. Plattsmouth