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VOL. XXIX. NO ii
SKtL J U
FIRST-CLASS 1 ; 1
WHiTlTSSY' - :: '
AN I) CAN CIV..
PARI Hi? KFTC mUC ROOM KFTK
1 I1J1V11 ''LIU, LMlllllU lvuwm Wi- 1
A MKT KOI i
1 o ii, : u r r.
-.i.. V .
THE HARDWARE MAN OF PLATTSMOUTH.
--AT LESS THAN-
J. V. HKXHKK, the Plattsniouth H.irdj.vare man has purchased the en
tire ctoi;k of tlie Omaha Hardware Co., of Omaha, and at such
prices that it can and will be re-sold in I'lattsmouth at
retail direct to the consumer Ht from
TEN TO ") CENTS
' e common nnd unsaleable stock was
f scrap iron and Ilendee bought all
It Will I hipped to
In nil t.h I nfpst Stvlpc;
? Vjm a Hat Fn.me to h
Wi- :iku li.in. :i IT iVsT t ' I WC
...... w I -x ... I l I .1 .t II lW T till
all of tin- i. A LFS I STYLFS an 1 will do mi
y GOOD TRIMMING.
TUCKER SISTERS. : Sherwood Bit. Plattsmouth.
F. G. FR1CKE-& CO.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Drugs,: Medicines,-: Paints,
and oils. MvLggisiv siwdrifs and itrk LinioRs.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED at am. HOURS.
COPY FOR ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE
T T 7 T T T T T T. 7
MUST BE IN BY TUESDAY EVENING.
13 A AC PEARLMAN'S
0USE-FURN1SHING : EMPORIUM
'.J " lu-ro '"' "' cet your house fumised from kitchen to
n: r ii - 'ii wi 'i ,, if i
i ' oil"
.proved "Reliable Process" Gasoline Stoves.
CALL AND HF CONYINCKD. No Th'iirm c
l(V, r) SH()V
' warn myw "p'l A, "
" - C A P. USAGES
.vY T IINC. KHi'T IN
; )Q; : LUCK
13 kk .
ON THE DOLLAR.
Plattsmouth at Once.
Silk Beaver Hat.
1 I I M M I !. ,. 1... : .1 ....
T T T A -r -v.
- , i ii.ni'iie i nr world re
P.alK Carriages, ab,,
I i ... I, .i . .
w j, .
IM.VTTSM()rTII.('ASS(1orNTY.XKIUtASIvA.TIiriiSl)AY NOVMM Itl-H :J. ISD2.
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS.
Fifteen Thousand Indeper.d-
; out Democrats for Harrison.
POLITICS IN THE EAST.
An Emim-nt Drmocrallc S"tiator
Gives Hi9 Vic ws but ana. New
York and Otru r States
Are Spoken of.
XliW Yok K.Oct. ;).- Conservative
poliiioian.-t esviinale that the with
drawal of the county democrats
from the campaign w ill cost Cleve
land at least I.VXK) votes in thi; rity.
Tl'.ere are maiiy democrats in New
York who will not vote for Tam
many under any circumstance,
ami ho disgusted are they at the
way they have been treated by the
manaiMS of the national commit
tee that they will vote the straight
out republican ticket.
Lawyer George 1 anbein, who
has worked ns faithfully for the
success of the county democracy
ticket, said that he hail no doubt
hut that 15,IKKI county democrats
would cast their votes for Harrison
"In the Twenty. second assembly
district," lie said. "I am informed
on jrood authority that la.lKK) demo
cratic voters will vole the repub
lican ticket straight. They will not
have Tammany candidates thrust
down their throats, and instead of
using the postern they will not
bother, but will hand in theatraigh
out republican ticket."
In the Fourth assembly district
Dan Howling, the county democ
tacy candidate for the assembly, is
paid to be furious over the with
drawl of the ticket and ia out with
a sharp knife for the whole demo
cratic ticket. He had, it is said, a
fair chance of being elected and
this throw down ia more than he
and his followers can put up with.
They promise ,to make the whole
democratic ticket look sick Novem
ber S, and if they ktep their word
the district will go for Harrison and
The same can be said of Mulligan
in the Thirteenth. His chances
were considered find-rate, and he
will not forget Tammany's work on
All over the city, in fact, the same
story is heard that the only w.ij
to m.ine Tammany hall Stiller is to
vote the republican titket. 'The
selfishness of Tammany, say the
county dcmoeraS, will cause their
defe.it. It is impossible to e,et
many independent democrats to
vote fur a Tammany candidate, and
the tifst object of the country in put-
tint: an anti-Tammanv ticket in the
fieid was to hriiijr to the polls this
big indt -pendei.t vote. In this way
they hoped to get the full strength
of the democrats in this 'city, but
Tammany is for itself first.
The excellent republic."!!! local
ticket and the I a rye vote that the
counties would poll made them un
easy and Ihey forthwith put the
screws on the democrat c commit
tee and forced it to deny the sinews
of war, which were nercs-ary for
the counties to make their fiyht.
Then the Tammany leaders went
to work and succeeded in prevent-
ing the counties from having their
j ticket printed on the Cleveland
elect. x i d ballot. They knew full
!wcll that if such a chance were
given the independent democrats
jthey would go to the front ami
make a iii;lit and stand an excellent
I show. If they had had Cleveland
on tin .r ticket they might have
wrested the local oi'lice from the
tiger and with characteristic audac
ity the leaders of Tammany Hall
checked the mave.
I a.i: t in: ki is.
I Milw.u ki;k, Wis., Oct. :.'i. T!.
Js.c. i:e of Milwank. e'- tire was i
j visited today by fully I."...- n. ,,t
! only was more than half the popu- 1
l.'.tioa of the city there dsi ing .;;e i
da. but th-.lls ;;; f,,,:rl j
nei;;hho:-iii- towns. It c- one of !
the cleanest swept fire d'-tl l.'t-evr '
i seen and is now practically co'd,
j only thi ruins of some great who'.--
i sale !ioii.-es tic-ding the -.a v ices of :
' the lire dep.. I tuii-nt.
' and tinny are preparing to relot i !,'. !
The Hansen Malt co.np m y, whose
( loss was v',; ii i.i h I, have a:chi!-cts at '
,vork ''m plans f. r t-.. o eig!it-si,r- ;
buildings. Tlie Northwest .tii !
K'aihvy eompai.y has rebuilt a'
portion of its freight house,
swMches-. and alr.aly Ins
roof on one ol the great freit,! t
sheds. Oneendot the building is
under the roof, while the ruins of
the freight which h.id been stored
in the other end are ;;il blazing.
The company is ready for freight
Insurance men are confident the cam the state,
insurance will reach t.tXHt.t (M. The I 'There is i o evidence of any dem
ag regale loss will be double thatjoeratir gains since lSs, ;,m there
h"'c indications of republicans
Subscriptions to the relief fund gains. A preliminary canvass has
have reached $tMi, Among tl e been made, and shows well. In
largest additions to it today was I Lister county, for instance, where
jfUXH) from I lara Harlon of the Fed Harrison g,,"t ;us majority in lv.
Cross society. The citizens' relief the preliminary canvass gives him
committee is thoroughly orj-ani.ed overtax). In some counties (hue is
and the homeless are being pio- Lot as good a showing, but all the
vided for. The distribution of rrimhliYans ii ;.. ... i...t.i ,i
clothing to the needy will be made
at once. Over H.I'Uw meal tickets
were issued today and the eating
houses were' crowded all dav.
Many of the homeless are being
cared for by friends and about UK)
are located in the third ward school
house where beds' and cots are pro
vided. Several passenger steamers
are being used as temporary quar
ters. At the meeting of the council to
day it is probable that extensive
barns will be built for the accomo
dation ol the homeless. I'resident
Hazel and many members of the
Council favor thai course.
noun i i i, m ati.s row ii akmshn.
Washington, n. c. Oct. : one
of the most eminent of the demo
cratic senators, who has been en
gaged in the campaign in the east
ern stab s for Cleveland is here to
day, He makes two remarkable ad
missions. While insisting in a per
lunctory way that there can be no
doubt that the democrats will carry
New York, he said to a friend: "I
do not know why it is, but there
are very great misgivings at Un
democratic headquarters in New
York as to West Virginia, and the
confidence which the managers
had two weeks ago that Cleveland
would have the electoral vote ol
Indiana is shaken. I do not know
what has happened, but there can
be no doubt that the managers of
the campaign have the gravest
fears that Harrison will carry his
own state, notwithstanding the sup
porters of Mr. Cleveland have been
so very certain that they could de
feat Harrison in his own home.
And it wont matter to us a great
deal that we carry New Yolk state
if we are tj lose Indiana anil West
Virginia; we must have them all.
It is a singular advantage tli.it the
republicans have in this election,
that they can lose New York state
and Win. We mu.-t h-ie New Yoik
st ite and more. And while it is
true that the betting in democratic
circb-s in New York is cI.imi to .f Jdil
on Cleveland. I wish that we could
1-el ;is confident as the betting
This is fair statement of a frank
conversation which was had be
tween two democratic senators here
today; both (if whom have been on
the stump for Cleveland. The fear
as to West Virginia is that the tar
iff issue will have a fatal effect on
the new voters who have come into
tlie state since the hist election in
Co. sequence of the industries w hi. h
have been established by the Mc
Kin'ey bill. The republicans claim
that they will have the greater pro
portion of those votes. The demo
crats can not demonstrate that
such will not be t he fact. I ll
fidence of the republicans that Ihey
will c illy New Yoik has a -nlnl
foundation. Tlie;, ha e been great li
encouraged by the result... of the
registration, w hich lhc claim, a-id
with apjarcnt justice, are much
nil-re in favor d the republicans
tii. in of the democrats. Here area
lc-..- illustrations upor which tie:
republican, base t.icir hopes that
t he republican v, ite nf the "interior
which always maki s the state re
publican in times of great nation; I
cri-es, W;ll be brought out n.-l
Li l'tica in three days there have
be. ii registered as many yojes n
v.. re cast 1. 1. 1 y-ar. In Coining the
r.-g isiiatloii for llirt e das is only
ii i v -time sh- u t of the ent ii- gen
eral rcgi-!r a' a hi for the last general
. !--ct ion. pi W.dertow n more
'."I- s have been r- gi'tia-' d in
bu i e day.-than were r-gis'-i e. in
l 'ii i I is t ear. From all m.-r t In--l
it.' above the Harlem the n 'urns
..re large by comparison with pre
vious year-, wild- below the I lor--
.-'ill. v.iii-re the democrats g.
'heir majorities, tiiey ;ire small. In
the rural districts outside the cities j gYc tlml .tmri' nu, in ;s- l,ri!it
mentioned a voter may be regis- iluy of ros;,--f r tmil unit y, u lio
tered w ithout personal attendance. ' run irgv'go l' liny nnr nf vim
It is not probable that there is any the jnt tlw ,i ynur litml srr
l. ss interest among the fanners i in-,"
Hi an in the sni. i, I cities, but the re
publicans arc .levol i ng t In ir ei er
ejes to getting out the vote. Fiery
r in the state has been netwm-
aily .i-ked to registered and vo'e.
I f the rural ..tet s can nil ,e pu to
tlie polls Harrison will certainly
. - - , i,. in, i, i in, o
o:vn. Many protection democrats
will support the republican ticket.
As to the driiiers, they are today
getting l more a ton for hay than
is paid across the border, which is
piccisley the duty, and New Yoi h
produces !jl k. N K .( X h t worth of bay.
In barley, hops.. wool, and mhei
farm pioJncIs tin re is the -; u.e
difference in prices. Remove the
t arid and the state would be II led
with Canadian farm products.
IVMClNii WnKK Or- A K'Oimi.K'
Oivi.i a.v-, Ni:ii.. Oct. :'o. About 7
o'clock thii- evi mug a (latin; lolj
bery was commilfed at Ferguson's
drug store. A stranger walked up
while people wen- walking to and
fro on the street and while tour or
live customers were in the store,
put a stick through the handle of
the door, kicked in the window,
lifted a tray of watches and jewlcry
valued at about !f;XI, and made his
escape. At present he is still at
SOI.niKk'S KKAI) ANIi KKFLKCT.
Reiid what the Meinphi.'t Appeal
Avalanche gives as a reason why
Southern f.umers should vote
"Hec;iuse he has favored the
pension legislation, which has so
increased the pensi.in expenditures
that it drains ?W,)00,000 annually
from the Southern people.
This drain of.Sin.oiin.tXX) is exhauf..
ting the cileries of the South, and
has reduced the southern farmer to
a condition ot actual want. 1 lie
continuation of Benjamin Harri
son in the presidential chair opens
the way for a still further looting
of the !re,i-nry. A service pension
bill w ill l e passed before long, tin
l.'ss the people drive otf the loiters."
And a'sMed the KYlcigh (N. C.i
News-i ibs-erver, in a long editorial,
to remind i;s rebel readers that
"i 'lev : I an I M'toe.l o vr two hundred
and tilt v p' iision bill-j, iiud allowed
a large number to i- by what is
known as (he -pocket vote'"; that
hccau-M-of his work Cleveland was
defeau-d four years ago, when he
would have been re-elected but tor
the great amount of his pension
inte work, and then declares that
all bis work "will draw upon him
the tierce anger and hot hostility of
the pensioners all over the north";
and then begs them not divide their
forces, but to stand as one man by
the man who had the braverv to
stand by them; "for Mr. Cleveland
acled ii the interests of the South
er:i fanner, and courted defeat by
standing up for southern merest.-.
Whe. i .ve read these Mutcuu-nls
wed.inot w-iiid.-r '.hat Cn-n. Sickle,
and ot'.i. r democrat ic soldiers b e
as tin y do. -md depiecate the noul
1'iatio i of Orover t'levehmd; and
we shall !.- si:rj,i;.,., to find any
?.-!! re-1 1 icct n g Sol 1 i --r v ho w 1 1 o: e
for this nuoi, w 1 1 i- known to Inn e
bee.t a s. r iiat 'i-, not only ,-s
pre - idea! . but ! , i ,-: 1 1 ; and e,-.-r si nee
Fvn-y soldier .-'..o-iM siipporl
1 1 . -1 1 J -1 1 : i i 1 1 Harrison ia I his elect inn,
becclt-e be Ins always b i n til -consistent
friend of the soldier,
willing to aid him and his cause
willing- and anxious c .-ce the
coun'.l'y pi ox idi' lor his needs and
the needs ., his widow and or
phans, and prmi I fo call even the
humblest pi ivaie iii the ranks hi-
comrade; for he ha- said,' , ;;ol
'' " i.'g' r h',ii'ir in thix a '.-'
Ii'inii In i.'fil 'riiiur.nl,-' I'f th"
M, I t 0S , !(., , ;., v,-, ,--,., tin-
I'ni'in." A ud I. if-r. at M, done, New
in k, iii August, he aNo-aid, -. !;;
fill 1 1 lit n I' .'is (, 1 1;,- t i r.l III I .1 -ni
flu- i'i :iih-c, v(,-;i i , r
Ill.lt g..'.i.-'f -'.-,. I hut
limit t!ii -i i,iiiiut,n'iiuiiihiil.'i i
i: -lit nut In il -lrinl til,' ..-.'. ,.-, ,.
ii'ia ,- ruiin:itlr y n i t in g, tnilnw
tlml lil. :-.ss i nit, i i i-rj- nni i t',i,l f,,,-.
S !..() A VMAII.
fHEMOSI WUVL CASE.
SupriMne Court to Docido on
WHAT THEY ASK FOR.
The Court Ory i cl t O.-fl -rtlm Gov
e nor to Isnie a Prool arnn
thm CiMntf For a Sie- .
. clal Ehxtlon.
Lincoln, NYh. Nov. I. One of the
most novel cases ever submitted to
the consideration of ti. .supreme
court was filed before that body
this morning by Attorney John I .
Croinelieii of Omaha. It is entitled
stale of N. . ; !, ,.x r,q j(,ln v
Cn.melien against James 1- Itoyd,
and the puipose of the relator as
show n by bis statement of the facts
o th.- court is --ill Covcrnor
Uoyd to issue proclaiimtioii
cillin- for the (lection of three
rongMvsmen-at-large to till vaean
eies alleged fo exist in the n-presen-alion
of Nebrafk;i in !. present
congress of the 1'nited Si i'I H.
Mr. (Yoiliebeii claims that prior
"' the emeus of IN' (i under the
a.portioiinier.t actofiv.io. Nebraski
liad been entitled to three con
gressineii; that immediately upon
he promulgation of the census of
IM'.K) it was .apparent that for Ne.
biaska to luivi- an equal represen
tation in the Fifly-second congress
three additional representatives
should be dieted and that in the
Kfty-second congress, being t la
present, Nebraska was and is en
titled to six representatives; hut the
Fifty-first congress, ' ignoring the
right of Nebraska to an equal
representation with the other states,
passed the act approved February
7. ISM, making an apportionment
of representatives in emigres
among the several states under the
eleventh census, and providing
mat the act should take effect after
the 3d day of March, 1893.
On October L'O Mr. Cronadicir
called upon Governor 'Uoyd and
made a lormal demand that he at
once issue his proclamation for a
special election to fill the vacair-
tes, Oovernor Hoyd positively re-
fused, giving as his teiisons that
the matters in question were of bio
vast importance, the legality of the
itetiou too dubious, and the conse
quences possibly too serious for
him to assume the responsibility
until tin-supr. in-court or the at
torney general had instructed him
to his legal du ies in the prem
ises, l, iveriior Uoyd joitiswilh the
relator in n.Y ing th,. supreme court
to make a sobitio-i of th- dil'lieultv
md thus prevent a le-al coiilnj-
tioiernor iioyd state:! to a repre
sentative of the Hee this forenoon
that he did not kt.ow who was back
ing Cloni-lieii in tlie attempt to
h ue three additional congressmen
elected this fall, lie was convinced
thatthe Omaha attorney was simply
acting for other parlies. The mat
ter was first broached to him sevend
days ago by Cromelien, who asser
ted that judge Doane and others
had been won over to a favorite con
sidei atou of the matter. The gov
enior slated at that time (hat" he did
not consult any of the gentlemen
reh ri e l to as to the proper con
"iructi d tin- hW, but that the
attorney general was his ollici.it
aiKis.r. If the attorney general
'advised him that Nebraska was eu
tifled to three addi1ion.il cougress
; nice in the present congress he
would issue a call for special
elec.ioa but not otherwise. Gov
ernor 11. ud Hi n addressed the fol
low ing inquiry to A .torn. -y ( ieneral
"A quest ion has been raised before
m-upon w hich I wit.li you in advise
mo confidentially. 1'udvr the new
appointment ,-K-t of eongrc-s. Ne-bra-k.i
is entitled to a tepreseiita-
I lion of six; if has but three; ts it not
entitl. d fo thr.-.- ni'dib.m d r.-pie-reseii(alies
f,,f th- rem.i : -i !; ol
j H)e pi---o1 se-sioii ;
! The .-ibm-e qil, ry was ial-lressed tu
j Hie altortn-y general on I l.-iober 1".
and on th- same da) j;,,. -,,.y
i general n pli- 1 that i opinior
Nebraska was n,.,t entitled under
j tn'' ap.oiniment act to three addi.
j ti..:::d f.q . resent. il i i cs in the
lent C'-ngrcss. Acting under that
opinion the governor I wo days later,
declined to accede to Mr.Cronielicu'-j
preparatory demand for a spcciel
(load millet hay tor sale by J. C
Fiki-nluiry. Leave orders at thO
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