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VOL XXIX. NO
lM,ATTSMOrTlI.(,ASS('(rNTY.Xi;illASlCA. TIirUSl)AY A rciTST -.!. ls!)i.
-s i.:o a yi-ai:.
T WILL TAKE YOU
LKSS THAN FIVE MIXUTliS TO
RKAD THIS AND LKARX
That we are again prepared for (he
And cordially invite you to look
over our handsome and well-se-leeted
line of DRIiSS GOODS in
Whip Cords, English Serges, English j
Broadcloths, Finest all-Wool Hen-
riettas. Wool Brocaded Crepes, Fancy
Fancy Suitings and Black Silks, !
Trimming Surahs, Velvets, Crepe De i
Chene, China Silks and Burgalines, i!
Silk Girdles and Dress Trimmings. !
THE STRIKE SITUATION.1
Frank Ireland has Filled
the Stuffed Prophet.
The Strikers Seem to he In an Ugly
Mood Whic - Indicate the Loss
of Fosltion A Consulta '
tion to be HoUI.
st k 1 1. 1 m; hi; y e i.i u-m i: t s.
Coal Ckl EK, Tenn., An;. 2.- Gen
eral Carnes said this evening': "The
prisoners are jmt beginning to
up op, n their mouth", ami come start
liny developments will he made in
a short time. Tliev all belong to
' I ft fee ret oath-bound irder and the
NOMINATED, penalty for violating their obliga-
tion is death, consequently they
have been as close as dams hereto
fore. We have gotten several eon
fi ssions from them today which, at
this step of t lie proceedings, it
would he unwise to give out. hut I
will stale this much, when they are
i . i- i .:u ........... i, !
Ml,p u nin'w ii i 1 1 1 will i v inv iimv i
THE NEWS CONDENSED. I
The Labor Situation is Improv
AGITATORS THE CAUSE.
KID GLOVES, RIBBONS
FIXKST LINK OF LACKS IN CITY,
Chenille Table Spreads, and Curtains.
Damask Table Spreads.
CHIFFON LACES, LINENS.
dew ii.i:i a wir .-iikkk i k tn.
M sI'KNsion ukMiH.K. N. Y., Aug.'.:.!. jmrprii-e."
At ahout nine o'clock last night ; Geo. K. Irish, a notorious miner
some one pulled a switch at the i,.;llier .was broiieht to Knoxville
junction of the liulfalo hranch of j fmill t;IV,U ;,t n ;io tonight,
the cantilever bridge In conse-l . ii.-,, toniirht. a detachment
of soldiers forcihly entered the tele-
iieiice, a VA est Miore treigiu train
bound for Buffalo was partly de
railed. The engine and three cars
prssed on t.'ie Buffalo track, the
fourth and fifth were derailed, and
the rest of the train took the track
for the bridge, Gattinan Fellow
was slightly injured in attempting
to open the gate. The accident
happened near the strikers' head
quarters. After the wreck a switch
man had hi lantern kicked out of
his hand by a bystander. The col
lision of the train with the gale
might have resulted in its precipi
tation olf the bridge approach.
graph offices to get the names
addresses of the miners.
T i FN K I KC E T 1 1 K I' k K I. l 1 1 " N .
V ll!NUTO., D. C, Aug. 22 As
sisi, it Secretary Spaulding of the
treasury department today issued a
circular letter to the collector of
customs, giving instructions for the
enforcement of President Harri
son's proclamation in regard to the
collection of tonnage dues on all
foreign vessels passing through
the Sault Ste Marie canal.
We want to call your attention to a Choice
lot ol Udds and Ends irom our
SHOE DEPARTMENT AT ONEHMALF PRICE.
FRANK IRELASH AT (ik'AY (JAItLEs.
IH ZZAkb's Hay.. Mass., Any. 12.
Kx-inayor Ireland of Nebraska City,
Neb., made a pleasant call nt Gray
Gabkt, yesterday afternoon and
gave Mr. I u veland a very encour
aging statement of the situation in
his state, which he says is very tl.it
tering. The democratic ami alli
ance parties will not fuse, but the
majority of the democrats will sup
port the electoral ticket nominated
bv the alliance.
About 250 pairs in all sizes for Ladies', Misses'
and Children's. It will pay you to see them.
SEE J. 1. UNRUH ?s
HE HANDLES THE
WHITNE7 - BABY - CAIiniACESi
AND CAN GIVK GOOD MA KG A INS.
HfEEALo, X. Y Any. 23 An at
tack was made on the Twelfth regi
ment shortly after 2 o'clock by
gang9 of strikers and their friends.
They crept up to within n stone's
throw of the camp, hiding under
cars, and then threw stones, coup
ling pins and pieces of iron at the
soldiers. The soldiers answered
the attacks with bullets. The
shooting was kept up for u long
time and still the stone-throwing
continued. About 1 o'clock this
morning a man giving the naineof
William Moran was taken to the
Kmergency hospital with a bullet
wound in the leg.
The board of grievances and arbi
tration has decided to begin an in
vestigation into the cause of the
.switchmen's strike tomorrow. The
summoning of witness has already
Grand Master Sargent of the fire
men's organization said this morn
ing that he had no plan-' for today.
He is awaiting the arrival of the
executive officers of the other rail
road unions, whom Grand Master
Sweeney has invited here in conference.
LANCAST E K k E I -l HL1C A N S
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 22.-- The Lun
caster republican county c men
tion met diis afternoon at 2 o'clock
to nominate a candidate for dis
trict judge to till the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Allen Y
Field. There was no contest over
the plact. Hon. J. Ii. Strode of Lin
coln being nomin ited by acclama
tion.. Mr. Strode thanked the con
vention i:i a brief but pointed
speech. His .jomination has un
doubtedly strengthened the ticket.
Judge Crounse, the republican
nominee for governor, made a ring
ing republican speech, which ivn
loudly applauded. Hrief addresses
were also made by Judge Field, liu
gere Moftre, Judge Cobb, Y. E. An
drews, H. C. Kussell and Orlando
If tho Anarchists Who Are Under Ar
rest Can lie Put Out ot tho Way
Much Trouble Will ba
IH ITAl.o, X. Y.. Aug. 21.- Freight
traffic was resumed with a ven
geance by all the road- tod iv and
the ollicials of all the lines gave
out the most encouraging reports
tonight. As the green hands are
being broken in slowlv the work in
the different yards improves, and
iiisiiie ot three or lour oays at least
the outlook for the freight blockade
being removed is decidedly promis
ing, the hne is no longer crip
nled. The sheriff insists that s.uni)
foops are necessary to insure quiet
and opposes all appeals to have
them removed, 'Trovention of
trouble is better than cure" he
IN tlTIIF.K 1'I.At MS.
Xl.W YokK, A ng.22. Information
reaches here from the various seats
of labor trouble that excitement is
much allayed and the prospect for
peaceable settlement grows brighter
every hour. Other railway men and
iron workers who have been asked
to strike through sympathy have
refused. At the mines in Tennes
see the anarchistic leaders have
been arrested and the war is con
sidered virtually over.
K Nil HITS IN I'MNCLAVE.
Kansas City. Aug. 22. The city
is tilled with Knights of Pythias
and the conclave is sure of being a
great success. The city is doing its
PARLOR SETS, DINING ROOM SETS,
HKD KOOM SKTS. AND KYKKY I'lHNG K KJ'T IN
A MKTKOI'OLITAN KS PA B1.IS1 1 M KNT.
J. I. "CT OT 33 XT I-S,
MAIN STREET, : : PLATTSMOUTH.
,N THE : GREAT : GOOD : LUCK
iTHl HARDWARE MAN OF PLATTSMOUTH.
AT LESS THAN
Coasts on tlio IDollar.
J. Y. HKNDKK, the riattsmouth Hardware man has purchased the en
tire stock of the Omaha Hardware Co., of Omaha, and at such
prices that it can and will be re-sold in riattsmouth at
retaildirect to the consumer at from
TEN TO 25 GENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
All the common and unsaleable stock was
sold as scrap iron ami Hendee bought all
It Will be Shipped to Plattsmouth at Once,
l-Okl) kl-LKASED ON H.II.
Coal Ckeek, I'enu., Aug. 2:!.- Lab
or Commissioner and Mine Inspec
tor Ford has been released on !?!(),-
(AM bonds. General J. C. Williams
line over from K nowdle an 1 went
his bail, lie is to aimeir at anv
time oi two days' notice and stand
trial. Kvuryl 'ling was quiet this
morning. Two in' I ii '.mien nut in
the nioiint tins la.-t night were
chased eight miles by live armed
mines. It is m mo rcd today that
the governor of Kentiick v has given (
permission for troops to pursue i 1
fugitives act oss the state line and I ev
will eo-operate m in 'ir capture. pa'
HO Vl'( ITT ( At Si:s A KAII.l'k'K.
Pit i siu km;, l'a.. Aug. 23. The
boycott instituted by Homestead
strikers against tradesmen who
sold to the Carnegie Steel company
resulted today in the failure of
Adolph Ho'iT, one of the principal
provision dealers in thai borough.
Do rr's loss by the boycott is .flo,-(Kl.
Finished up Its Labors.
The state central committee has
finished up its business. The plana
for the campaign were pretty thor
oughly discussed and considerable
business transacted of but little
interest lo the general reading pub
lic although the results will doubt"
les be shown during the campaign.
A spirited but entirely friendly con
test' jirose over the selection of the
loctiion for the state headquarters.
Lit Coin and Omaha were the rival
clajnants. The former got the
fr by a vole of 17 to 12. Chai
Cady announced the executive
jcoinnittee as follows:
F rst Congressional District M.
H. Ohristy, Sterling; C. 10. Magoon,
I Lin viln.
Second Congressional District
George A. Bennett, Douglas; V. G.
Wh tinore, Valley.
Tl.ird Congressional District C.
C. McXest, W'isner; C. Hostetter,
Fourth Congressional District
C.L. McCloud, York; T. C. Callahan,
K. 4'rnzen, Curtis; ( 1.
M.th I'ongr siona
T. fallal ieii, Kearney;
HIO IILAE IN OMAHA.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 21. Fire was
discovered about 0:30 in the exten
sive furniture house of Charles
Shiverick A Co., at 120fi to 1210 Farn
am street. The blaze started in the
rear of the basement and com
municated by means of tlie eleva
tor shaft to the tipper stories. The
fire department had a stubborn
contest of several hours before get
ting the tlanies undercontrol. It is
impossible to give an estimate of
theloss. The basement was stored
full of expensive furniture. On the
first Hour was the show room for
funiture and on the seci.tud floor
the carpets were stored. In these
the stock will be almost a total loss.
On the third and fourth floors the
damages will be chielly from smoke.
The loss will lie in the neighbor
Mr. Hach will have his store in
operation Sept. I.
Joshua Gapen and wife visited
friend at I'eru Sunday.
.. V. Cole is hatching chickens
in a home-made incubator.
Win. K. Murray has opened an al
liance elvator at this place.
Will Xyc will soon again have
full use of this i.ijured hand.
The wheat yield is good here.
The oat yield is only fair.
In the lale plartted corn there is
a good many barren stalks.
Owen K'oss visited his best girl'
in i'lailsiuotuh Friday evening.
I'lids. Wiles, as administrator for
Mrs. J, noes Wiles, hart sold hereon).
S. O. Cole sold his old wheat
to Will Xye for 50 cents per bushel.
Itlacksinith Xeliegh sports a
mashed finger which nil ugly horwe
gave him last week.
Martin Ruby is delivering some
of his fall wheat to Win.. R. Murray
at a" cents per bushel.
The section men are at work on
the switch tracks here and will soon,
have them in good condition,
Will Gillespie has lost quite
number of hogs and says it is f
cholera that is doing the busiij
Mr.' Richards, south of 1'
mouth, went to Salem Satti-
attend the funeral of oile
Joseph Cook, jr. MissCarrie Rhei.
frank mid Miss Ivlta Hartmau were
visitors with Miss Mary Root, Mur
A large number went to I'niou
Monday, despite the rain. They
were A. It. Taylor and wife, Win. R.
Murray and family, H. Porter
and family, George Snyder and
wife, Win. Snyder, C. L. Jean and
two sons, John Livingston, Andrew
Snyder, James Gilinore, John Cook,
and Owen Ross Others drove to the
. Rhea, Hoi
MIM-k'S WILL I'k'i niAIILV ST k' IKE.
I'rnsin ki;. l'a., Aug- 23. The
river coal operators ;it a meeting
decided to reduce the wages of their
miners to 3 cents per bushel. It is
expected the miners, who number
10,(MK), will strike.
RALLY AT WEEI'IMi WATEK.
Weeping Water, Xeb., Aug. 21.
A large audience greeted Judge
Lansing and Hon. A. W. Field of
Lincoln in this city last night.
Standing room was not to be had in
the large hall. The speakers dis
cussed the issues ot the day m a
manner which elicited enthusiastic
plaudits from their hearers ami
won nianv hearts by their plain
statements of republican prinein es
AN EDITOR I'OR SENATOR.
O'NEILL, Neb., Aug. 23. At the
republican senatorial convention
for the Thirteenth district Y. D.
Matthews of O'Neill received the
nomination for state senator on the
first ballot. In response to calls
Mr. Matthews took the platform
and made a rousing speech, which
was loudly applauded.
Th U. S. Weekly Report,
official report sent out last
ng from Crete says: The first
if the week continued hot and
the last was much cooler ami
;oi 1 rains tell in several sections
of tt- state.
T i temperature has varied from
abi it the normal to a degree and a
a low the normal with the
;e amount of sunshine,
rainfall !or the week has been
Lood and most sections rejiort
rains from the luth to the 22nd
god rain of an inch ami one half
is r orted from Dodge and more
ilia' oi inch' from Hayes and Dul
ler unties. Furnas, Keya l'ah i,
Che' y, Thayer, Gage, Franklin,
Kea icy, Outlining, Madison, Lin
coln and Saline counties report
nior than a half inch; elsewhere
onh ight showers.
Coil has done very well, yet in
soni localities there is danger of
I'iitures and grass lands seri
oust damaged by dry weather of
the iirly part of the week.
Th largest line of spectacles and
eyej.asses at Gering & Co.'s. We
gunintee a lit or no sale.
in.wins will in-: k'i::T RNi:t
Nashville, Teiin., Aug. 22. In
formation has been received by the
governor to the effect that iii
prevails at Coal Creek, but that
troops will be held in readiness lor
any movement on the part of the
The Tennessee Coal, Iron an
Railroad company officials held
consultation today with the state
board fif prison inspectors. Th
result of this conference has not
been given out, but enough was
stated by the officials and lessees to
warrant the Matcnient that the con
victs will be returned speedily to
the mines and that the state will
protect them in so doing.
Mr. John Dauer had business in
I'lattsmOuth this week.
(Juite a number of our farinersvis-
ited I'lattsinouth on the 17th iust.
egard to the guardianship of
Mrs. F. Kartig, deceased. The rela
tives of the dead woman want the
child in the custody of somebody
else than the stepfather. The Rev.
G. Sireicher is taking a very promi
nent part in the affair.
SchlapholT & Ostertag have the
contract for . building the founda
tion for our new school house.
Mr. Aug. Itorneineier had an acci
dent which resulted in a broken
leg. It happened in turning around
with a wagon. Dr. Madding is at
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wolf have re
turned from their trip to Madison.
The case in the probate court in
which the Rev. G. Streicher played
such a prominent part was decided
against him and the parti" he
pleaded for, and consequently he
feels very sore. lie is not a success
as a lawyer as yet.
Mr. Rodgers . nil family from
Hamburg, Iowa, are here for a visit
with their son-in-law, II. Moyer.
The contracts for material and
work on the new school house will
be let this week.
II. Schmidt got the building of
the school house and wolf A; Toil
the furnishing of lumber. This in
sures good work and material.
Mr. II. Neit.el of South Mend. Ind ,
has left for home. L. XeiUcl accom
panied him as far as Omaha. Mr.
N. is well pleased with Nebraska.
How could it be otherwise?
Mr. Schlapholf has commenced
the foundation of Mr. Toole's house.
The Cloven Foot.
There is some very peculiar ma
nipulation in city alfairs being in
dulged in by one or two men in
this town, and their actions may be
very severely criticised by this
paper, but it will be done merely
for the public good, and not for
personal spite. livening I'irate.
A few weeks ago there was a very
high-sounding essay printed in
The livening I'irate about black
mailing people. At the time we
knew that the time would soon
come when these fellows would
convict themselves out of their own
mouths." The paragraph quoted
does the business.
The King of Hills is a pleasant
resort for picnickers and is being
used by them considerably during
Joseph Shera is making some
good improvements on his dwel
ling house and his store building.
Mi s. Win Id and son are visiting
relatives in Iowa.
Miss Myrtle Churchill is visiting
relatives in Kansas.
For line liquors of all descrip
tions for family nmd medicinal use,
call on Sam Gutmnnn, at the new
wholesale liquor house.
The board of education meets this
evening to make the assignments
for the teachers in the city schools.
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