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Can counted on
ire Catarrh Dr. Sage's Catarrh
acdy. It's nothing new. For
'cars it has been doing that very
It gives prompt and coin-
relief but you want more
J that. And you get it, with
J M Remedy there's a cure that
j Tjpcrfect and permanent. The
i iirst chronic cases, no matter of
.! r Ions standing, yield to its
;i tnd, soothing, cleansing and heal
!f d proj.erties. "Cold in the Head w
if iads but a few applications. Ca
i whal Headache, and all the
c tables that come from Catarrh,
at once relieved and cured.
j jou can count on something else,
2 c $500 in cash.
1 1 You can count on it, but it's
I re than doubtful whether you
. U It.
JUTho proprietors of Dr. Sage's
famcdy, in good faith, offer that
tVUUb A V A U 1UVUI 4VW VIMA V
'.tarrh. Don't think that you
1(i.n nnn f rirmrrh.
thThey'll pay you, if they can't
re you. That's certain.
T3ut they can cure you. That's
o'3t about as certain, too.
wCan you ask more ?
W. K. REYNOLDS,
KegLstered l'byeician and Pharmacist
Special attention given io Office
STAPLE AND FANCY
of the Public Solicited.
e North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth
:- D-E-N-T-I-S-T :-
GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS,
Or. Stelnways anaesthetic for the painless ex
traction of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Rrk wood Block plattsmouth. Neb
.; ioejIjsts house.
l 2 i 7, 219, 321, AND 323 IAIN
F. R- GUTEMANH. PROP-
RATES $4.50 PER WEEK AND UP
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. A. WATEBM & SOB
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
n ..nnir ererw demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
COAL $ WOOD
i TERMS CASHo
rdi and Ofllce 404 8outn Third Street.
N Telephone 13.
COKNEK OF VINE AND FIFTH STS
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published every Thurtwlay, and daily
every evening except Sunday.
Kegitttered at the Plattsmouth. Nebraska
post pfilce as second class mail matter for
transmission through the U. S. mails.
One year in advance - - . $1 SO
One year not in advance - - - . 2 00
Six months in advance - 73
Three months in advance 40
TEKHS OK DAILY.
One year in advance - - - $6 00
One copy one month 50
Per week by carrier 15
SATURDAY, JULY 30. 1892
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
WHITE LAW KIED
of New York.
For Member Congress,
A. W. FIELD.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN
The republican electors of the
state of Nebraska are requested to
send delegates from their several
counties to meet in convention at
the city of Lincoln, August 4, 1892,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of outline in nomination candi-
dates for the following state offices:
Secretary of state.
Auditor of public accounts.
Superintendent of public instruc
Commissioner of public lands
Eight presidential electors.
And to transact such other busi-
ness as may come Deiore tne con
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, being
based upon the vote cast for George
II. Hastings for attorney-general in
1890, giving one delegate-at-large to
each county and one for each 100
votes and the major fraction
Keys Ifl h 3 4 1
Keith 3 1
kLox.. :::.'.'.".'.'.. i
Box Butte H
Butler .. 10
Loud.. ...... ......
Cherry . ..... 7
Red Willow 9
4j Sarpy 6
13 Saunders 12
6 (iCotts Blun .
Seward " I
Shprman . ....... 4
Hooker .. .... .
It is recommended that no prox
les be admitted to tne convention
and that the delegates present be
authorized to cast the full vote of
S. D. Mercer,
Walt M. Seeley,
U. B. Balcombe,
J. R. SOUTHERLAND,
A CASE IN POINT,
The pearl button, industry is yet
young and comparatively small in
Omaha, but in Newark, N.J., it is an
industry of considerable impor
tance , giving employment to about
3.0U0 operatives. The manufacture
of pearl buttons was little Jcnown in
this country until after the passage
of the McKinley bill, by which the
American manufacturer was pro
tected and able to compete with
cheap foreign labor. It was the
passage of this measure that caused
the establishment of the pearl Dut
ton business in this city, and in
Newark and other places where it
had previously started the business
was very largely increased inconse
quence of protection. One of the
Newark manufactures says: "My
business began with eight em
ployees. To-day I employ over 100.
When my new factor.'! is completed
I shall employ betwt la 250 and 300
x ,ia , -ir mJ orders now
000 a year. Before jhepaBeage
T J. InrrPfl to be
uic i-ii,juuijr m.
in the tariff has resulted in the
building up of large pearl button
business in a very short time and it
is as much to the advantage of the
employe as the employer. Under
the old tariff the wages of the pearl
button makers in this country aver
aged between $8.50 and $12. Now
they are from $18 to $24. Yet the
buttons are cheaper now than they
were before the McKinley bill was
passed. Waeres are so low in the
old country that the foreign manu
facturer can still compete on even
terms with the American manufac
turer on some of the smaller grades
This is where the question of wages
and protection comes in.
There are in Omaha two small
pearl button factories that came in
existence eolelv in consequence of
the increased tariff. They are pros
pering and are giving employment
to people who, in turn, give employ
ment to others, and thus increase
busines of the community. In
this instance, as in many others the
republican protective policy has
produced benefits which the people
of Omaha and of the whole state
can see and estimate at their true
value. The market that has been
opened to the Omaha pearl button 1
makers ia a irrowincr one. and will
continue to extend under the benef-
iceni inuuence 01 numc pauuuag.,
. t ' n i T - Mni ..si w n ma
which has already done much to
demonstrate that it is needless to
go away from home for good article
at moderate prices. A continuence
of the policy which made it possi
ble to establish the pearl button in
dustry in this city will bring other
manufactories here, and it will be
found that the fruits of he protec
tive tariff will become more prec
ious to the people the longer they
enjoy them. Bee.
AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR HOME
The underlying American senti
ment is undoubtedly in favor 01
home rule for Ireland this apart
from all merely political reasons
why American political parties
may be supposed to favor the
American-Irish vote. The underly
ing reasons for American sympa
thy for home rule are set forth, in
an interesting article in the Forum
for August, by Richard Henry
Dana, who makes an instructive
historical study to show that the
causes of our colonial ancestors
and of Ireland to-day are substan
tially the same. He draws a paral
lel between the treatment of the
American colonies by Great Britain
and her treatment of Ireland. The
parallel is much more accurate
than one wouia suppose trom me
first glance. For instance, the
English argument is that the con-
duct of the Irish shows that they
are unfit for home rule. I he same
argument was used to show that
the American colonies were unfit
Mr. Dana goes on to point out
that the parallel so often used by
the English tories between the
English-Irish situation and the
Union-Confederacy in the United
States is no parallel at all, for the j
reason that the Confederate states
were in armed rebellion against the
Union and wished to secede from
i. wVi Prpa a f Vio Ti-iaVi dn nni wiali in
secede trom Great Britain, but to
have home rule with union. How
well this plan would work can be
guessed from the real Uniou-Con.
federate parallel that would hold if
Ireland were granted home rule
with union, because the Southern
states alter our civil war were
I granted home rule only on the con
dition that they would remain in
the Union. This is an instructive
and impassionate explanation of
the deep-rooted American sympa
thy for Ireland's cause for purely
historical and not for partisan rea
IOWA and Illinois have never
been in doubt that the republican
party would carry them this fall.
The only question in doubt that
arises is how big will the republi
can majority be?
THE metal known as didynium is
worth $1,500 per pound. The fellow
who finds the first mine will strike
THE Journal does not say anything
about the billion dollar congress
any more, wonder wnyr
Senator David Hill has conclud
ed to tTQ to h.urope this summer.
He cannot swallow Cleveland.
WHAT has become of the calamity
hnwlcra about the billion donar
Dan't Tobacco Spit Your Life
truthful title of a !
i:t4i hnnV in at received, tellinfr all
k Nntobac. the wonderful,
harmless, economical, guaranteed
cure for tobacco habit in every
I fm. Tobacco users who want to
I . HAO Indiana Mineral
With on t Bene.
A funny mistake occurred lately In
printing labels for a meat preserving
company. The printer had been in the
habit of labeling tins of beef or mutton,
aa the case might be, with the words
"without bone" prominently uiepiayea.
The company having added kidney soup
to its list, the new article was duly tick
eted as "Kidney soup without bone."
Several species of ants in South Amer
ica make raids on the black ants, rob
them of their larva? and compel the poor
black ants to be their slaves. In the
burying of their dead, ants show won
derful intelligence, having cemeteries,
and even bury their slaves in a ditterent
place from their masters and are quite
up in funeral pageantry. JViucn may oe
learned from ant life in their wonder
ful government, sanitary arrangement,
common brotherhood, nursing and care
of the young, temperance and love of
fresh air. Cincinnati Commercial Ga
zette. She Married a Lord.
"What has become of your niece?
asked Miss Donahue of Mrs. O'Raff erty.
"Och, sure, an she's done well wid
hereilf. She married a lord."
"Why, you don't tell me! An English
'No; I don't think he's an English
lord. He's a landlord. He kapes a
summer hotel." Texas Sif tings.
A Mat Made of Jewels.
The costliest mats in the world are
owned by the shah of Persia and the
sultan of Turkey. The shah and the
sultan each possess a mat made of pearls
and diamonds, valued at more than $2,
000,000. The largest mat ever made is
owned by the Carlton club, of London,
and is a work of art. New York Sun.
' The- Korth Side of a Tree.
The side of a tree on which most of
the moss is found is the north. If the
tree be exposed to the sun, its heaviest
and longest limbs will be on the south
tide. Boston Globe.
Chinese and the Telephone.
According to a telephone authority,
the easiest language for telephoning is
Chinese. It is principally monosyllables,
and is made up of simple rising and fall
ing inflections. German, it seems, is
not as bad a language for telephoning as
might be thought. French is not bad,
but it is almost as sibilant as igusn.
Nothing is more disheartening to a
man than the discovery that he has mar
ried a woman who loves to keep his
writing table In order.
. She Committed Su.cfde.
Mrs F. T. Boe, atJWatkins, left this
letter: "My husband Forgive me
if I cause you trouble, but I suffer
-m V a 1
so. xou ao not Know wnat inese
long, wakeful, wretched nights are
to me, ahd I am so tired, darling
the pain will never De Detter. it is
not easy to take my own lite, Dut x
have been sick so long. Good-b e,
my husband, I love you your wife."
This is but one ot tnousanas mat
erive up. instead of using Dr. Miles'
soeedilv cured of their wretched
ness. Go to F G. Fricke and get an
elegant book and trial bottle tree, o
Colorado'. Cool Retreats.
Durinerthe "tourist season" from
Tune until September tne uuning-
ton route nas on saie rouna xnp
tickets, at very reduced rates, to the
nrincioal resorts of Colorado.
in uenver. uoioraao apnngs,
Manitou, Pueblo and Estes park
(the most attractive spot in the
whole state) particularly low rates
are in force.
Tulv and Autrust are the best
months in which to visit Colorado's
unrivalled resorts, to all of which
the Burlington, with its connec
tions, offers unequalled service.
The local aerent will be giaa to
give you any desired information.
Nothing New Under the Sun
No! not even through cars to Den
ver, ogden, oait Lase tJity, san
Francisco and .Portland. Inis is
simply written to remind you that
the Union Pacific is the pioneer in
runnine: through cars to the above
mentioned points and that the pres
ent through car arrangement is un
excelled. We also make the time.
For details address any agent of
the company, call on your nearest
agent or write to n,. lv. lomax,
li. if. & r. A. u. Jr., umana rveo.
Cholera infantum has lost its
terrors since the introduction ot
Chamberlains colic, cholera and di
arrhoea remedy. When that remedy
is used and the treatment as direc
ted with each bottle is followed, a
cure is certain. Mr. A. W. Walters,
a orominent merchant at Walters-
burg, 111., says: It cured my baby
boy ot cnoiera iniantum aner sev
eral other remedies had failed, the
child was so low that he seemed al
most bevond the aid ot human
hands or reach of any medicine."
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by F.
G. Fricke & Co.
Waahinaton and the
west Paicific Coast.
The constant demand of the trav
eling public to the far west for a
comfortable and at the same time
an economical mode of traveling
ih in the establishment as
what is known as Pullman Colonist
These cars are "
tne reirnicti moi-
ference being that they are not up-
1 1 ninf
Tfnw are furnished complete with
trood comfortable hair matresses.
warm blankets.snow white linen cur
tains plenty of towels, combs, brush
es etc.; which secure to the occu-
nt Hirth as much privacy as
is to be had in first class sleepers.
There are also separate toilet rooms
r i;a anH rrfn t lenien . and smok
:..,, ohanlntelv urohibited. For
AUK " " J .
I max, wuwo o
'""""IjJgZnt, Omaha Nebriska
Fluoritie g;is i3 oi a yellow color, with
a smell resembling f;leacuing powucr.
It ha3 not been liquefied, and still ro-
laains gaseous at 1 2' :og:. i anrcniieit.
Every precaution has to bo taken in
studying its actiun on other bodies, both
on account of ita :aiig"msly irritating
action on the eyes aii. mucous mem
brane of the operator and its marvelous
and wonderful energy, far exceeding
that of anything hitherto discovered.
There is hardly a gae, liquid or solid,
that it does not attack, usually with the
greatest violence; in fact its mere con
tact with any other substance is nearly
always signalized by the sudden evolu
tion of intense heat and light and fierce
detonations. It almost realizes the fond
est dreams of the alchemists, and might
fitly be their long sought liquor, alka
hest, or universal Bolvent, for even dull,
inert flint takes fire instantly it is ex
posed to the vapor, and the whole mass
becomes luminous with a grand incan
As a supporter of combustion it leaves
oxygen far behind. Lampblack bursts
immediately into brilliant flame and
gets red hot in a current of fluorine gas;
and charcoal is made to give an inter
esting exhibition of its porosity by first
filling its interstices with the gas and
then burning spontaneously with spar
kling scintillations. The diamond, how i
ever, is able to withstand its action ovii j
at high temperatures. Chambers V car
nal. The Danger of Mettrhor.
Metaphor and simile, pc.gnant wea
pons in the armory of a skiled debater,
produce disastrous effect" in the hands
of the inexpert. Certain figures, orig
inally of force and f reginess, cause a
bleak sense of depression from the fre
quency of their employment by halting
speakers, and one wholesires to engage
the understanding of tn audience ought,
at whatever sacrifice, to take a pledge
of total abstinence rom such outworn
phrases as "the thin 3nd of the wedge,"
"oil on the troubled Vaters," etc. Some
times, it must be coniissed, the audience
derives unexpected nd lasting enjoy
ment from the deligltf ul incongruity of
The pages of Hansard bear, or at least
ougnt to Dear on -record, tne poeuc
flights of a certain honorable baronet,
who became in parliament the very dar-
linz of postprandial debate. Those who
were fortunate enough to be present on
the evening whcn he was denouncing
the course taker.- by one of his colleagues
in the representation of Ireland will re
member the ricli brogue in which he re
ferred to him aa "the young sea serpent
from County rClare," and how he was
promptly calld to order by the speaker
for using ther expression. "Very well,
Sir. Upe&kct:, " he rejoined, "I bow to your
ruling of court-.e and beg leave to with
draw the sea oorpent." Blackwood's
The Migration of Reindeer.
The annual migration of tifce reindeer
from Lapland in search of food ia now
become a serious matter. In the ttlrst
place, it necessitates the migration oj
man, tor li owners wans io .ee iucu
deer and their property they must fol
low them wherever they wander. Sec
ondly, the migrating animals travel in
such great herds that they do not a little
damage to the meadows, plowed lanas
and forests. There seems to be no stop
ping it. The deer migrate with more or
less regularity, ana witnin a weeit or
two of the usual time a hundred thou
sand reindeer come to Tromsoe, which is
the meeting point. The owners simply
see that their herds do not get away.
But this invasion of reindeer is viewed
with alarm bv Scandinavian farmers.
who have their crops trampled down,
The farmer may sue for damages, but if
he obtains a judgment in his favor how
is he to find the defendant? Some seven
or eight years ago a special law was
nassed to meet the case. The country
is divided into districts, and if the own
era of the destructive animals cannot be
found the district i3 held for the dam
age, eacn iamiiy paying m yrupoi nun w
the number of reindeer they possess. J.
L. Vance in Our Animal Friends.
Ilandcl, the Composer.
George Frederick Handel, who was a
.... 9 1 1
composer at tne age or nine, ana nau
written three operas before lie was
fifteen, was a man of uncommonly large
appetite, and it is told of him that when
ever he stopped at an inn or elsewhere
where the host was not familiar witn
the ereatness of his hunger he would
order dinner for three.
Upon one occasion he gave his order
for three as usual, and when the hour
for dinner arrived he called to his host
"Ees de tinner retty?"
"It will be served, sir, immediately
n-non the arrival of your company," was
"Ach! said llanaei, with a laugh
"Den you may pring it up right avay.
am de gompany." Harper's Young Peo
Country Folk Are Tender -with Birds.
Real country folk are very tender in
their dealings with the birds that live
ner them. In the course of my experi
ence, extending over many years, I have
never known a case of wanton cruelty
occur in regard to wild birds. The la
boring man, whose work so often lies
far from the haunts of men, seeks com
panionship with the birds. Of these
none is more friendly than the robin.
who is sure to appear, however lonely
the place. Cornhill Magazine.
A Clever lletort.-
A legal dignitary, who had risen from
an humble rank of life, was twitted by
an opponent for "having begun life as a
barber s boy. "It is true that I did so,"
was the answer; "and if you had begun
in a similar station you would have re
mained there till the present day.
Not at Home.
Stranger Is your father in?
Stranger Where cau I find him?
Boy Dunno. North Pole, I guess.
Mom's cleanin house.-j-Good ifewa.
The skin ougM to L
clear; there is nothin;
strange in a beautiful face
If we wash with proper
soap, the skin will be open
and clear, unless the
health is bad. A good
skin is better than a
, The soap to use is
Pears'; no alkali in' ft.
is perhaps Afr-y soap
in thrfrorld with no al-
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists;
all sorts of people use it
All kinds of fresh, salt and
s moked meats.
I make the best of all kinds of sau
sages and keep a good supply
constantly on hand.
MARKET - ON - SIXTH - STREET
Between Main and Pearl
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
B. A. McELWADT -
Carries an Elegant Stock
Everything kepi that goes
to constitute a first-class
iewely store iskept in his
" . - -r- 3
siock. .Repairing uuue uy
first-class workmen and sat
isfaction guaranteed or mon
B. A. McELWAIN,
First door fouth of
The octors are Cullty I
Grave mistakes are made by phyJ
sicians in treating heart disease!
The rate of sudden deaths is dail
increasing. Hundreds become viif1
time of the ignorance of physiciajf
in the treatment ot tins disease.
in four persons has a diseased h
Shortness of breath, p'alpitatio
fluttering, irregular pulse,, c
sensation, asthmatic breathi '
or tenderness in aide, she:'
arm, weak -or hungry Bf,
symptoms of heart die'-.
Miles' New Heart Cure f ;
reliable remedy. Thousa
to its wonderfnl cures, v
Sold by F. G Fricke & QS
We offer 100 dollar.'
any case of catarrh tl?
cured by Hairs eatai
j. j. cneney & l;o.
v the nndprBiim. v.
F. f . Cheney for the
and belive him pefeV- -
in all buisness trans& xE
ancially able to carry
ations made by their 1
gist, Toledo Ohio., Wald
& Tarvin, Wholesale drujLv
do Ohio. '
Hall's Catarrh Cure is t H--nally,
action directly upoi eh,
and mucous surfaces of th ae
Price, 75c. per bottle. Sole
Druggist; Testimonials fret"
borne Foolish People '
allow a cough to run until itgets
beyond the reach of medicine They
say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in
most cases it wears them away.
Could they be induced to try the
successful Kemp's Balsam, which
is sold on a positive guarantee to -cure,
they would see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose.
Price 50c and $1. Trial size free: At
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