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and c i.ivi: coon bargains.
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PARLOR SETS. DINING ROOM SETS,
r.vn ! i .m h:t. ami i.v;:ky k k i r in
. i-.i wcri.i.: ; i;f AHushmfnt.
cr;f a f c - r v
; MAIN STREET.
I - THE : GREAT
THE HARDWARE MAN OF PLATTSMOUTfl.
- AT LESS THAN
25 Cents oa tlh-e ZDollar.
J. V. 1 1 K.N DKK, the I Matt snmutii Hardware man has pnrehased the en-
3 ) tire tock of the Omaha Hardware (.'o., of Omaha, and at siieh
ju ices Unit it ran and will he re-sold in Plaltsniouth at
. '- r,.t,M ,;(.., .s (V,.. j,,,,,.. .. i I.......
TEN TO 25 CENTS
All the eoiiimoii and imsaleahle stock was
sold as scrap iron und llendee hoiilit all
v ylt Will be Shipped to
j; HOUSE-FURNISHING : EMPORIUM,
. Where you can -et yotir lionse furnised from kitchen to
J , parlor ami at easy terms. I handle the world re-
k)iJl nowned Haywood Hal.;- Carriaires, also
' lI the latest
A Improved "Reliable Process" Gasoline Stoves.
CALL AND UK CO.Wl.NC'KI). X() TKOl'HI.K
TO SHOW OOODS.
In all the Latest Styles
rom a Hat Frame to a
r i AI TT T TTTTD
tli1rfV' ucaisonavea imkmi-IUW
i ... . .
nil of tlu- LALi;ST STYI.KS and will do yon
CKER SISTERS. :
S I COPY FOR ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE
1 WEEKLY HERALD
th 1 T ..
? MUST BE IN BY TUESDAY EVENING.
;F. G. FRICKE & CO.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A l-ONI'LKTK HT(K K OI
wugs, : ietlicines, : Paints,
J AND OILS. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIKS ANT) I'l.'K'K I.loi'oKS.
UESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED at am HOURS,
vpa jw-tiwn iwi mti co iaA
: GOOD : LUCK
ON THE DOLLAR.
Plattsmouth at Once,
Silk Beaver Hat.
1 Kl.M.MIMv' wlio is posted on
Sherwood Blk.. Plattamnnth.
NEW YORK IN BUNT !G.
General Weaver Craves Hot
NOT ONE CENT IS LOST.
Meredith, the Practical Man Who la
it tho Head ot thj Government i
l-'rintinir Ottico Toils of
U K.WT.k- AT I I I. sM.
I n.s; i, i en a.. I VI. s i ,,Mier.il
Weaver and .Mi-.. I.e i-c aimed
this utoriiui itI I v,iv in -t at the
ilep.it hy -j. 1. 1 inn,',--, m, ..-;!;. hi
I W.tfcotl- and (.'I hl.l'Scl ae Wll.l
!............. i . i
I'I I r 1 1 1 .,-1,1 1,1 1 , , , ,
Mr. ea rr spoke tin- all, i c.i
i la:.;.' crowd ,,n the public
square. I lis
answer to the
'o:e-,. 1 . 1 -. t ; ! ! til., t
a siKiiuiin- up ami
hares inad'- aira;-:.-1
him. l.eiiera! Weaver said: "As
God Is hiv judge. I never did in
l'ul.i-ki one ,,;,, ,. , ,
charged, except levying money,
ami I prom, mie, t!,.. ehar-e Mi",.
ipi.lliliecl l.il-eh.Miiis. i',e war l,s
o el , I eonie liere on a ini-;,,i ,,f
Iraternity. I hey said I dared not
com,-. 1 ltl.w l.,,llu. .in,j
would have eome had the threats
hi.'i'u a thousand times j-ti oilier."
The speaker was wildly chi cled.
Mrs. Lease then spoke.
lk'l'SSi;i) KLAiiS AM. lif.vnxti.
Nkw Yoxk. Oct. S.--Tlie week of
celebration in honor of the tOuth
anniversary of the discover) ,,f
America hy Cohimhiis hean here
today. In anticipation of events
connected with it the city has heen
decorated as never before. Alony
Broadway, from the Battery o
Harlem, ami on most of the minor
streets, there is scarcely a brean in
stretches of bunting. 'I'lio services
of today and tomorrow will be of a
religions nature. Today religions
exercises will be held in commemo
ration of the event in till the Jewish
churches, may of them very im
pressive and beautiful. Tomorrow
Christian churches will commemo
rate the event. On Monday there
will be a parade of 40,1 KM school
children, public, parochial and
private, and Indian boys from the
Kovernment school. In the evening
the Brooklyn bridge will be illumi
nated. Tuesday will occur the
naval parade, with warships from
all the ureal naval powers, fol
lowed by swift transatlantic liners,
merchantmen mid steam yachts.
In the evening there will lie a
stupendous display of fireworks
from the Brooklyn bridge. Wednes
day, iinnniversary day, will be in
augurated with the booming of
camion, followed by a military
and civic parade, in which it is ex
pected lUtl.iM) persons will take
part. Then the Columbus monu
ment will be dedicated. In the
evening there will I.e a yoreotis
.NOT A t'K.NT LOST.
Washington, I). c, Oct. U.-The
annual report of Captain William
M. M redith, chief of the bureau of
en raving :,"1 printiim-, for the
liscal year ended nne HO, ls'.r.', ay
that the bureau accomplished an
other very successful year's work.
There were completed and delivered
duriifj; the year HU'.'S sheets of
1'nitcd States notes, treasury notes,
old certificates, silver certificates,
bonds and National bank notes,
haviue- the enormous face value ol
7t9, 7i.S(K); :i,i;r,,p,i,i .sii,.,.(,. ,lf j.
ternal revenue stamps containing
l.lil'J.NKl.'.'ll stamps and having a
value of over .fl.M.HIKU M; 'JOMiJa
sheets eu.-toiii stamps, containing
'. i,".;t,-J.".() -tamps, and LMila.LM t-h.'ets
il (halts, checks, cert ilieates. etc..
together with miscellaneous work
for the various departments ol the
'o er n met it. costing $:tn,."i7',i.i'.
I In- II 1. 1 u her ol securities, stamps,
etc.. delivered during the fiscal
year 1V1 was th laru-est during a
piriod o fourteen yens prior.
Die number delivered during the
year JV.rj, however, exceeils that
number li,l.'f".(Ci7 sheets, or sliyluly
more than ff j.er cent, while the
expenditures for Vij exceed those of
only t per cut. This h.rye
amount of work, reprctcntiur in
the airifresfate a value of over ifL'itt,.
(KX),iKHl, was handled throughout the
various processes necessary to its
completion without loss to the
government of a tiiule dollar. The
estimated amount of work to be
executed during the fiscal year ISO!
is at, K)I,C47 Klieets, an increase of
2,t!)i!,-)(l7 aheeta as compared with
lK!. or nearly a per rent increase..
The total expenditures during the
year were $ !.SHi,!N. leaving ,m
available balance at thcclose of the
fiscal ve'.ijrof .rOin. Oi the money
expeiah d .H'7,al t wis on aeon. -it of
Con:pe;)-at::i ot eim . c - ,-
' C.s!VK-. Wyo., Oct 11 Mea-re
; detail-ol tin ..So'itin of two men
j between Bon. in.. i a. nl I'yatville in
i John-on coiint v, two hundred miles
'north of her., h.i-; iu-t re.i.vnd
! Caspar, I'ne in. i, killed are i.il...
i tlu' Hi-1:1 wiio .i-t e,: r lionet
p..-tol ilii. ! in .ir i. i;ide'-, Yi .... ami
a -IT i ' i ' I", a o .
i It ;-.eenis that two lien were
' "''' ed 1 ' h'-rse .' t -alia two
j we i i s .i.,o ,n ! i en f ..i n 1 1 a.it a ei
' and turned ioo-e. lu-te id o le.iviu:;
' die coun'ry a . e;ieet; 1 tiiev al-
t 'inp'a d to t'lteii., I l.i- eoiaiiil.iilly
by .-hootine- at tie- peopl- ilM',j u.,.IO
'.l'1'11 ai rested and senti'-ieed to
' jail at Bulla!.., Vn. Con.-table
h'ei'iv started with the men for
, Bulla!..., a .'a-!..:ieeot -. l,e hlllldrcl
and ti!;y mih .',eros the Ui4 Horn
r.'ouaMi:)-. . party ,. imisk-d
i men came i.por. their camp the lir.-t
j niyht and over.. iweved the o nicer.
I filled each prisoner's head full of
bullets, eerim4' the heads from
j the bodies and nnuilatina, them in
tearful shape. The men are sup
posed to be horse thieves and
beluni;- to the an operating in
southern Montana and the Yellow
niosi; iiomi:sti:ai tk-ka-ox casks.
Bit i sin kii, I',,., oet. hi The un
usual scene ot a chief justice
of the supreme court of the
shite sittiue ,,,, tlt. p.-neli ,,f
Ilje court ol oyer. and terminer of
this county was witnessed here this
mornin -v wu. Justice Ba.xson de
livered his charge to the i;r,uul jury
as to what constitutes treason, be
fore ieltin;; at work upon the cases
against the members of the Home
stead strikers' advisory committee.
The charae was strouely against
the accused and left no loophole
for the inl and jury to escape indict
inirthem. The court leviewi'd the
aatsofthe advisory committee in
patrolling the town and preventing
.m.'ou - from entering the mills and
crentini; a state of affairs which
compelled the state to call out its
militia to overtlnow the govern
ment set ii) by the strikers in
Homestead. "It matters not," the
court said, "whether the state gov
ernment was set at uauiht in all or
Only part of the stale, either was
K'KU'A k'l l X(i I 11 1; I K' I'AMtl.lliS.
Col I liV.NM.i.i;. Kan., Oct. H.-Kin-met
Dalton's condition is Hos;reatly
improved that it is probable he will
recover. An official of the Wells
Fariro Ivxpress 'ompauy arrived
here today to make arrangements
to pay a reward for the Daltous.
He says the company will be i;lad
to pay to the families of the men
killed in the raid a sum of the
money sufficient to show its appre
ciation of their bravery. thoui;h
there wax no reward outstanding at
the time of the battle. A commit
tee of citi.ens will Hend out circu
lars to the banks throughout the
country soliciting subscriptions
for the aid of the families of the
Di.NV I K', Colo.. Oct. U.-Tlie Den
ver Clearinar House association has
forwarded to the mayor of Colfey
ville, Kan., the sum of ',.1), to be
distributed amonir the families of
he men who were killed in the
flight wilh the Dalton ijani;-.
Mi'o-'NVrvi' Hint la vtr Pi I Is
Act on o newpriciple rei;ulatiny
the liver, stomach and bowels
tlmmuh the nerves. A new discov
ery Dr. Miles pills speedily cure
biliousness, ,:k1 (asle. torpid liver
piles, constipation I'nc.ptaled for
men. women ami children. Small.
el, mildest, surest, all doses L'a i ts.
Samples nvc at KG. Kri ke Co's
I'or all lornis of nasal i atari h
where there is dryness of t!... air
passages with what is com mon I
called -stulliny up,"-speeialy when
sT " i 1 1 1- t" be(', Kly s Cream B.dm
yives immediate relief. Its benefit
to me has been priceless. A. G.
Case, M. D., Milwond. Kas.
Oneol my children had a very
bad discharge from her nose. Two
physicians prescribed, but without
benefit. We tried lay's (ream
Balm, and, much to our surprise,
there was a marked improvement.
We continued usini; the Balm and
in a whort time the diacharRc was
cured .. A. Cary. Corning-, X. Y.
BLATANT BILLY BRYAN.
How the Blasphemous Con
yressivt n M i arc p re so n i $ .
LAUGHS AT THE FARMERS
Has i-hown buL-fati a .lo AnVn.rii
ISai'lOi.ll Hie Interests (. N0-
hr.'isku Awi Kaiitnra'ists
No lion 'tit To lis
I W . - I M Ni i'i , !
the le;'i:l In ,
i Chr-.-t. !a. y caul i
. )ei :i
i'i 1 ' i in Mil i I ;e
.'I d ie. I! me'"
I k' ; 1 1 -en , ,i ; r- c I ir
1 di.-en-.-in v. idi
i I on tne 1 ;,-.( N.'i
an had I ee'te
iilhl.c.lil In re
.'a i ! ! -! ri.-t
: some tune I.e!..
' I'i" pa, ibifia .
la-' rem mi i 1 1 ; I ;(u,
I his defeat f .f 1 1 -in.;'
i o'id. d and
( i ! e I on. and Inn
J1'" d by hi- h i, ml, v, :m w.is m-
1 1 1 ! u. t t i j ; in s.-iue plain lai t- as to
''ii'- s.s interests (,f th,. first
li-tl ie heaie- nii-represeuted in
j con .'le-s at pi .-.-.'lit, ,.- Minted
j the blasphemous tern "Il they
' were to Uolllill ne I'hi i.-t, th
coul. In I di leat me!"
With this impudent a-suranee
Mr. Bryan came to Washington and
entered upon the fust .session of the
I'ilty-second co!Hre-. II iis-ur-ante
would win he should
have made a L,reat success. But
in a yreat body of ;!.1J men it taken
something- more thanself assertion,
somethiti ; more than boot strap
power, to pull i member over the
No one will attempt to gainsay
that Mr. Bryan is a clever man; la
is a hail h lh.w well met sort of
Centk man, and peraoually he is
popular. I am fond of him. A -t an
orator he is j;lib of touu,ue, and the
"boys" will listen to him and ap
plaud, for he is a -nod fellow. But
what does this all d.. for a ureal
ami powerful people, a new, pro
yressive district, with so many
thousands of varied industries and
The Contrres-ionnl Record fails
to dist lose a siiiile measure which
Mr. Bryan litis gotten through con
yress. It beiiis no record of n
siiielebill which he drafted with
his own hand in tin- interest of a
constituent, and pushed through,
although it may show that lie in
troduced a bill or two. 1 lis attitude
toward his constituents lias been
that of one who said:" "If yon want
me to introduce any measure for
you, write it out and I will intro
duce it, but I have too much of the
country and my party on my hands
to look iifter a mere local measure.
1 am a meniber-tit-lare, not a
delegate from little .Nebraska."
And so be litis not jiven at
tention to the wishes of his con
stituents. He has presented fine
spun general measures in the
interest of the British manufacturer,
mid labored with all the power of
his tongue to destroy home indus
tries. It was Mr. Bryan who lirMt sug
gested that the beet sugar industry
of this country was a liunjbug and
a fraud and that it should not have
any bounty or other protection.
It was Mr. Bryan who introduced
a bill to put binding twine upon
the free list, although he knew
Ihere had just started one ol the
largest binding twine factories in
tliecounlry at Fremont in Nebraska,
and that it could and soon would
give Nebraska farmers twine made
from their own llax straw, which
they would sell at high figures, and
that they would get the twine lower
in price than they had ever gotten
it at; and he knew also that his
proposition if acted on would close
up the home factory.
It wasMr. Bryan who went around
to the democratic mefuhers of con
gress and assured them, with the
blatant rrcUessness which the re
mark ipioted at the outset of this
J letter is characteristic of, that he
count prove that tue licet sligarand
binding twine industries of Ne
braska were not only biinconiL, run
in the interest ol ( nard and a f. vv
other capitalists, hut he would
carry the farmers with him in the
work of tearing down all tl'ie manu
facturing industries in the state, as
the farmers were opposed to manu
factures. These are some small "states
manic cuds" from Mr. Bryan for his
farmer constituents to chew.
From the very moment Mr. Bryan
came to congress he has referred to
"hi fanner constituents" n if they
were not only impractical theorists,
but ns though their mental hori.
, 'ons were not above, h.e crowns of,
j""'"' hits. He bus talked of their
"ppo.sitam to all so, t ,,f industries,
th.-ir disposition t,, sc.tf at coni-(tia-icial
teciproeitv, and -nee,- at
1 I he etloi t s ni in.. .!...:..:....
ea ! Mr. Hiaine to increase tra mar-l"':-
-i'load tor farm pr ts. ,.
h '- opposed the work Senator
1 ''' l"i'k to secure iucn a-ed appro
V" itions (, (!,,. W(,ril which
' Colonel Murphy is dam- abroad in
! lie- way of introducing our corn
' products. Hy this' work we are
cm - faulty augment ing our export
"i i orn, and iillh.Mi- We had a
' I r. . crop ,,t corn .t- ear and a
' '"'I o 1 1 e a-. i'ii this ear the pries
1 went to a-l, Nebr.i.-ka farmers if
, ll'ey do not s.-e ,,,, ,a 1 , j , , more
I1 shm-l com. abroad or here has
: i"ci . ..-ed the price ,,t corn. Are
: you s,.;,n,, j, ., , Wl..iy j.,.,,,
Uu' I" 1. ;.- on did two or three
i Vears ; 1;' y,,u ,,, w,.l( jH
j -.-Ue ,i it - f y,u woul, ,,,,1-
Co to the po, is of New York' Halti-
1 1 Bo-ton, ,,, mention
I I'uliith, and s.e the ship loads of
: corn going out every vfew hour to
i hur.ipe, you would know wh.y you
j l -ueh prices ior com. We did.-
i' t ship con, t ;,ir,,IH. aftw y,v;,,.4
ao. lairopeatis f,-, theircattle o'ur
oats. They tur 1 up their ttose-i
i at the idea (f eating- corn, and they
woiibt not think ol taking it to im)
extent for their horses. Colonel
Murphy, thfoiiyli the clforts of sueh
men ;M S.-u.ttor I'addoek, has cre
ated a demand for on r corn in every
'"I'icr of F.iirope. And jet Mr
Bryan will tell you this is all rub
bish. If the I'nited States wi re a little
cluster.,) islands, like the Briti.h
possessions, ami we had absolute
tree trade, which is an imperative
necessity with Kngl.md on account
of her very formation and earth; if
we had a house of , , nls and chose
it members from the theorists ot
the laud J'or the purpose of tickling
the ears of dreamers, Mr. Bryan
would make a good and useful
member. But for a new and grow
ing country, where every other cit
i'.en has direct interests before con
gress, which nllect him itnti vidually
and the entire time of a ciingivss
man slumld be devoted to these in
terests without thought of general
destruction, I should like m know
where Mr. Bryan's services can be
employed better lluin in his law of
fice :it Lincoln.
When Mr. Con, n il was here he de
livered no free trade speeches, at
tempted to destroy no home inter
ests, but he secured 'the adoption of
many measures of direct interest
to Omaha and Lincoln and to Hie
individuals who will go to Hie polls
on November S and vote.
It is a pity that we have not a
third house of congress where the
theorists could spend their fury
aid the would be destroyers of
of home industries could preach
their doctrine without feeling an
obligation to do Home practical
MOWK IMiMOC kATIC I k'llllK KK.N ! S.V
Ni:w Yowk, Oct. lO.-The republi
can national campaign committee
gave to the press last night a state
ment charging the democratic na
tional committee with conspiring
to colonize in this city for election
purposes large numbers of negroes
Iroiii Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Washington and also to buy up
thousands of colored Hoaters in
this city and state. These revela
tions of democratic crookedness, il
is further stated, have come to the
republican campaign committee
through the exertions ol Commit
teeman David .Martin of I ' isylva-
Captain J. W. F.hlcr of Washing
ton, 1). C is staled to be the chief
instrument employed by the demo
cratic, national committee in this
manipulation of the colored volets.
He is said to have isited this city
last Aua-ust id the call of the demo
cratic national committee, who ha e
given him as assistants three
colored men, .rthur Smith of
Washington. Travis Glasioe of
I'lainlicld. N. J., and Charles Brown
of this city.
Klder i- also, barged with ha ing
ittcmpted to bribe colored t.reach-
crs to further his schemes, but in
this he is reported to have met with
The republican national commit
teeman say they will spare no t ITort
for the detection ot these contem
plated frauds on the franchises and
will leaving nothing undone to
punish the otTenders.
What folly! To be without Bcech
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