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OFFICE ON LOWER MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTH , NEBRASKA
THE EVENING NEWS.
VKIDAT, AVUV8T , 196.
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Highest cash price will be paid for a
tew old rags at this office.
For exchange, cord wood for a pood
horse. Enquire at THE NEM'S office.
Get Tour abstracts of title made by
Robert J. Vass. Office in Briggs build
The Cabinet, made by Otto Wurl, is
th best nicLel cigar sold anywhere
Go to Robort J. Vass for roliable
abstracts of title. Office in Briggs
Music Lessons on Piano,Guitar and
Mandolin. For terms call at St John':
Convont.coruer Oak and Sixth streets.
It is said the editor of the Omaha
World-Herald has not yet heard of au
lection in Vermont. Some one ough
to wire him about it.
In the absence of Rev. A. H. Post
from the city .Elder McKay will preach
at the Baptist church on September
6th, at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Fred Stadleman's lunch counter is
open again, where you can get some
thin tr nice to eat. and baking will bo
done oh order. Opposite Ilatt's meat
Pass the good word along the line
Piles can be quickly cured without an
feneration bv simolv anplviHg De
Witt's Wnitch Hazel Salve. F. G
Fricke & Co.
"Wake up, Jacob, day is breaking!'
so said De Witt's Little Early Riser
to the man who had taken them to
arouse his sluggish liver. F. G
Fricke & Co.
LOST A leather pocket book con
taining 95.05 between Seventh and
Rock streets and Mockenhaupt's brick
yard. The finder will be rewarded by
leaving at News office.
Col. Frank P. Ireland wf s in the
city yesterday and took occasion to say
that Judce Ramsey had more than
met the expectations of his friends as
a fair, able and impartial Judge.
Persons who have a coughing spoil
everv nicht. on account of a tickling
sensation in the throat, may overcome
it at once bv a dose of One Minute
Cough Care. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A women in Chicago died on hor
husband's grave Tuesday, of grief. It
is said to have been a most touching
spectacle, and was witnessed by sev
eral people who were in the cemetery
Small in siie, but great in results
DaWitt's Little Early Risers act gent
ly but thoroughly, curing indigestion,
dyspepsia and constipation. Small
nUl. Safe pill, best pill. F. G. Fricke
From all accounts Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is a Godsend to the af
dieted. There is no advertisement
about this; we feel just like saying it
The Demecrat. Corrollton, Ky. For
sal by all druggists.
We are anxious to do a little good in
this world and can think of no pleas
anter or better way to do it than by
recommending One Minute Cough
Cure as a preventive of pneumonia,
consumption and other serious lung
troubles that follow neglected colds
F. G. Fricke and Co.
Dr. W. A.Humphrey was recognized
yesterday as a physician of merit and
standing by the Missouri Valley
Homeopathic medical association
which elected him its president for
the ensuing year. The next meeting
of the association will be held at Dcs
Th 8t Fair.
Fully a thousand people were in at
tendance from this city and adjoining
eountry at the state fair and evening
festivities in Omaha yesterday. The
fair was the best ever held in the
state, and the Aksarben parade in the
evening was an illuminated allegori
cal dream of beauty. The electrical
display alone was well worth a sight
seeing trip to the .metropolis. The
Plattsroouth crowd on the B. & M.
filled fourteen eoaches to standing
room on the special train last night
which did not reach this city till after
Another Harness Thief Convicted.
Clark the man arrested for stealing
harness from D. V. Skinner's barn
aear Alvo, after a spirited trial was
found guilty yesterday after the jury
had been out less than fifteen minutes.
H. D. Travis defended and the county
attorney C. S. Polk appeared for the
state Mr. Clark will soon add his name
to th big list of penitentiary
birds that Distriet Court and jury has
turned out this term of court-
' . Union Veterans.
George H. Hess of Lincoln is in the
city today for the purpose of organiz
ing a Union Veteran republican club
here this evening-. Veterans and sons
of veterans are requested to meet at
ririr.1v headquarters at 8 o'clock
IX THE COURTS.
Judge Ramsey continues to transact
an immense amount of business, and
on Monday will finish up the criminal
On yesterday the twoGillespics,who
stole Elam Parmele's harness, were
sentenced to six years in the peniten
tiary at hard labor. This is in strong
contrast to the few month sentences
that Judge Chapman used to make,
and can but have a salutary effect.
The jury was excused last evening
until Monday morning.
Today Sheriff Hollo way took Sulli
van and Porine, the Louisville burg
lars of Edwari's Bros, store, to tho
penitentiary, they having received
sentence a few days ago, the former
for two and a half years and the latter
for one year and a half.
Mrs. Rena Bounds, the woman who
was mixed up with Clark, tho burglar.
and who was found with Aaron Better
son's harness on her team, is in jail
awiting a hearing on tho charge of re
ceiving stolen property. It is eviden
that Clark and Meachams stole the
property and turned it over to her
Later The woman was discharged
Today a jury having been waiyed
the case of Skommal vs. Insurance
company, is being tried to the court
The forenoon was largely taken up
in calling the law docket.
Will Take Its Medicine.
The democratic (so called') state con
vention meets in Omaha today, bu
not to nominate a state ticket, no no.
It meets to bow low at the feet of W.
J. Bryan. kiss tho hen of his pantaloons
throw democracy to the dogs and
espouse the populist state ticket nom
inatcd a few weeks ago. It will be a
great spectacle to see time honored
democrats throw aside their bourbon
cloak and don the gown of populism
All this for principle? No, its all fo
Bryan, who hopes by this sort of
legerdemain to win his wav to the
The populists with rare considera
tion which is beautiful to contemplate
left a vacancy for one office on the
state ticket, that of attorney general
which by their grace the democrats
will be allowed to fill. H. D. Travis
of this city is mentioned as a candidate
for the nomination and we can say
truthfully he would be a credit to the
ticket. Mr. Travis had four years
experience as a county prosecutor and
he did his work so well that he got
more than his party vote for a third
term. If we can't have a republican
attorney general a majority of the
people in this county we are sure
would prefer Mr. Travis.
Col. r . Jasper Morgan, the Nestor
of the "new" democracy. Hon. J. M.
Patterson, whose conversion threw
our Col. Sherman into his fatal letter
writing mood, June Black, Matthew
Gering, also one of tho converted, II.
D. Travis, and several others went to
Omaha this morning to be in evidence
at the convention.
Why Not Free Flour or Wheat.
At a banquet given to the state Hour
millers Tuesday afternoon at Omaha,
Secretary J. Sterling Morton mude an
address which has caused a great deal
of unfavorable comment among free sil-
verites. Tho secretary said there
should be legislation for tho regulation
of the millers which would put up the
price of cereals that the farmers might
get $1 worth of Hour for 53 cents'
worth of wiicat. He thought there
ought to be a law passed which
would compel tho millers of the state
to comply with this regardless of
what other nations might do. He
called ubon Governor Holcomb, who
sat at his side, to take steps to secure
legislative enactment to bring this
about wiihout waiting for action by
congress. If law could create a value
in one kind of products of the soil, it
could in any other Kind, if it were a
good thing in one case it would be
equally so in all, and if it couldn't be
accomplished by this nation alone,
then an International agreement
should be ptVjected to hold up the
prices of all products. This would
prevent panics, for panics only took
place when prices advance or fall.
For these ' reasons, he thought, the
millers should be compelled to give $1
worth of flour for every 53 cents worth
of wheat brought to them bv the
farmer. Nebraska City Press.
Examinations for teachers' certifi
cates for the city of Plattsmouth will
be held in room eight in the central
building, beginning Monday,, Sept 7
at 9 a. m. All those holding certifi
cates which have expired, and all those
desiring to obtain certificates for the
firat time are requested to bo present
promptly at that hour.
Only One Acquittal.
The county attorney as well as the
sheriffs officers are justly proud of the
fact that after two weeks work in the
trial of criminal cases only one ac
quittal has been had. This was in the
case of the state vs Adair a one armed
boy charged with burglarizing the B.
fc M. depot at Greenwood. H. D.
Travis and T. Frank Wiles defended
the boy very ably and are entitled to
redit for so successfully doing their
GAKFIKLD OJi FREE SILVER.
(From a speech iu the House of Representa
tives. July 13, lb7tJ.)
Mr. Speaker I can hardly conceive
a situation in which ihe House could
be brought more directly face to face
with what seem? to present on the
one hand public honor and on tho
other the deepest public disgrace.
It has happened in the fiuctation of
these metals that there is now a nota
ble opportunity to cheat seven millions
of men by adopting the baser metal as
a standard of payment, and thus ac
complish a swindlo on so great a scale
as to make the achievement illustrious.
By the proposed measure one-fifth of
the enormous aggregate of public and
private debts can be wiped out with a
sponge. This nation owes $2,10U,000,
00') and privuto citizens of the United
States probaoly owe $2,500,000, pos
siblv more. At tno present moment
the relation of debtor and creditor in
the United States involves noaHy $5,
000,000,0;0, It is proposed by the
amendment of the gentleman from In
diana that at one fell stroke one-tifth
of all this enormous sum shall be wiped
oil, repudiated, and that the process
shall be called honest legislation.
Since I have been in public life I have
never known any proposition that
contained so many elements of vast
rascality, of colossal swindling as this.
Gentlemen may remember the finan
cial shock of 1837, the later shock of
1S57, and the still later shock of 1873.
Conceive them all in one vast crash,
and the financial ruin, the overthrow
of business would be light in compari
son with the shock that would follow.
Put in operation the provision now
suggested and all our gold coin will
leave the country as fast as it can be
carried abroad. Do this and, a revolu
tion in our monetary affairs, utterly
unparalleled in the history of our na
tion will follow.
School opened last Monday with W
II. Irland as teacher.
Mr. A. Jenkins is preparing to ro-
rnodel his house.
Mr. Sleeford has just completed a
snug little barn on his lots. This,
with his new house, which ho built
earlier in tho summer, makes him a
pleasant and comfortable home.
Tho young folks of JYlanley and vi
cinity enjoyed a pleasant evaaing at
the home of W. H. Taber, Sept. 1st.
Mr. Keckler and family are attend
ing the state fair at Omaha this week.
Mr. C. M. Andrus drove to Platts
Mr. Cass Sander is reported on the
eick list this week.
Jonas Sudgeon estimates that he had
1.000 bushels of apples knocked from
the trees during the late hail storm
Clarks has a police now forcecansist
ing oi six men appointeq to rounn up
tramps at hicnt and furnish them
lodging in the city jail.
11. M. and W. A. Hamptsu fo Alii
ance have purchased 1,000 noad of cat
tle which they are placing on their
rrnch south of Alliance.
Mrs. J. N. Stanley of Bostwick, has
a new kind of pea that at least for size
of pod is remarkable, some being fnlly
sam iiooor oi loade nad tue mis
fortune to got the fingers of one his
nands padly crushed in the cog wheels
of the windmill last Sunday. The doc
tor thinks amputation can be avoided.
jonn uusioi a iarmor residing near
T 1 T . 1 ...
Fremont, was the victim of a com
shelier accident a few days ago. He
cavght his fingers in the cog wheels
and it was mangled so that amputa
tion was necessary.
J. B. Nelson f Creighton broke his
arm in two places recently. Whiie
coming to town on a load of hay the
tongue of the wagon broke and ran in
to the ground stopping the wagon so
suddenly that he was thrown to the
ground with the foregoing result.
There are ten men employed at Oak
land by the railroad company. Those
men all live in Oakland and spent
their money and are not despised
citizens because they get their money
which they epend from tho railroad.
All of these men are for McKinley.
This is odly a straw, but it shows which
way the wind is blowing. Oakland
Ed Wild and Alva Smith had a dis
pute over "lovely woman" at Blair.
The doctor put Smith's arm back in
place. Alva says that when that arm
gets well and his eyes resumo their
normal color and condition, he will
meet Wild on the summit of the
brocken, or any other old plnce suited
to deeds of violence, and mutiliate him
as a free silver paper does the
speeches of James G Blaine.
Bernard Mosier of Minden is a pes
simist or a philosopher, as one may
happen to look on life. Ho has avol
ved the following calculations, which
he calls the "Lover's table:" Sixteen
smiles proved ono nod; Sixteen nods
ono wuru fcwenty-eient words one
tryst; four trysts one engafremenf ono
engagement three csies; three cries one
wedding; one wedding forty years'
tnisery;forty years' misery one funeral;
one funeral the happiest day of your
Mrs. Bryan is a trifle too censpicious
in this campaign. She is an estimable
lady, but after all she is not an issue,
and we grow rather weary of reading
windy accounts of her daily doings,
probably dictated by her husband.
Ono story, written in a vein of
nauseating gush, tells of her "loyalty
to her husband" and of the beautiful
spirit in which she seems to say
"where thou goest there alo will I
skedaddle; where thou diest there also
shall I croak." Why in tfca name
of all that's sacred and solemn
shouldn't she bo loyal to her husband?
Is it a shining virtue to cleave to her
husband because he has been nomi
nated for the presidency, rather than
sen ten cod to the penitentiary V We
hear no twaddle about Mrs. McKinley.
Some time ago, when Secretary
Carlisle was a presidential possibility,
a sniveling reporter wrote an article
about Mrs. Carlisle, with a great deal
of slobber, bow charming was her
faith in her husband, and all that sort
of thing; and they Ao say that the
great Kentuckian hunted up that re
porter and read the riot act with
sheet iron accompaniment, and cast
him into outer darkness. Walt
IKU WATEIt NOTES.
During the rain and electrical storm
Saturday morning, between the hours
of 1 and 2 o'clock, lightning struck the
large barn of Will iam Westlake, and
burned the building, one borso, 350
bushels of grain, all his farm tools,
wagons, humeri, hay, etc. The barn
was 49xG8 feet in size, and was, with
its contents, Mr. WestlakA says, worth
about i3,000. His insurance was tOOO
in the Phoenix. Thero were five head
of horses in the barn at the time, but
four of them were sescued before the
flames had got complete control.
This is a heavy loss for Mr. Westlake,
and we sympathize with him. Weep
ing Water Republican.
Frank Fowler and wife returned last
week from a two months' visit in
Indiana, Ohio Mid Illinois. Mr. Fow
ler says that whiie absent he took par
ticular pains to visit the mills and
factories in the localities where ho
was. to ascertain the feeling in regard
to the political situation, and he says
that seven-eights of all the laboring
men in those institutions are for Mc
Kinley, nnd among the farmers the
ratio is almost as great. He says that
in Indiana he found twenty-six of his
relatives who had always voted the
democratic ticket, but this year they
will change, and vote for McKinley
and protection. Weeping Water Re
publican. K. and L. of Security.
On account of a number of members
intending to bo out of the city Thurs
day night it is deemod advisable to
convene tho Knights and Lndies of
Security upon Tuesday evening,
Fept 8. We will elect officers upon
that night and each member is
earnestly requested to be present. By
order oi the president.
Cheap Kates via the JHIsaourt 1'acilic.
One faro for roand trip to St. Jos
eph, Mo. Tickets are to be said Sept.
5th to 12th, inclusive.
One fare for round trip to Kansas
City, Mo. Tickets are to be sold Oct.
3th to 10th, inclusive.
C. F. STOUTKNUOliOUOH, Ag't.
Chewp Kate to Drover, Col.
For the nation! Eistedfodd to be
held at Denver, Sept. 1-6, the B. & M.
will sell round trip tickets for one fare
plus $2. On sale August 20th to Sept.
1st, with fiaal limit of Sept. 10th.
W. L. Pickett, Agent.
Less Than Half Kaaas to St I'aul. Minn
Is offered by the Burlington route,
August 30 and 31, on account of the
National Encampment of the G. A. 11.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations uad
full information on application at any
agent of the B. & M. R. R., or to J.
Francis, General Passsjager Agent,
FreBb Oysters in all styles at Jako
Hoi n rich's restaurant.
Ioe Cream Parlo.
John Schiappaoasse has refitted his
ioe romm nurlors for tho summer and
will.sell five gallons of tho best crm
for $4, or 84.26 delivered. Twenty-five
cents per quart. All the tropical and
reasonable fruit in variety at lowest
prices. Next door to Carina's drug
IS mm nth rrrs I
good as any other preparation of
ready to refund your mosey if it doea not
Celery Compound you ever used. Indicated in generel debility, loss of anpe-
tite, nervousness, sleeplessness, eta
A Great Nerre Tonic and System Renovator.
It 5fakes Weak People Strong.
PRICE, $1 H BOTTLE.
AT61IISON OLOltK SKiliTS
Every man who has a large family
ought to keep a grocery store.
All husbands are not alike, because
some husbands arc bridegrooms.
When two men talk, the one stand
ing is the one who has something to
If you have any friend who reg.-inls
you as an ideal, don't ak a
Not evry man can increase his
come, but every man can reduce
Half the declarations of love ;i man
makes to a woman, are to quiet her
If you want any attention paid to
your advice put on your best clothes
when you givo it.
When a dog chases a bicycle rider
who is wearing golf stockings, no one
gets very angry at it.
Men leave trouble to others, when
they can, as readily as a girl leaves
dirty dishes for her mother.
When a woman asks a mm if he
loves hor. and he wants Vi please her
without declaring himself how he
longs to be clever.
When a woman goes out of town
later than the 31st of August, we re
fuse to state that she has gone off to
spend the summer.
It has been declared by the parlor
haircloth furniture society that it is
improper to accept an invitation to
visit at a man's house if the invitation
comes from tho mas; it must originate
with the wife.
State of Ohio, City of Tuliuo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie is the
senior partuer of the firm of t'. J. Cheney & Co.,
doing business in the city of Toledo, county and
ttate aforesaid, and that said firm will nay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Clrk.
FRANK. J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence, this th day of December, A. D. lKs.
ai A. W. GLEASON.
SLal Notary public.
Hall's Catarrh Curt is taken internally at.d acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
t J. CHENEV it Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Eli Hill, Lumber City, Fa., writes,
"I have been suffering from Files for
twenty-five jrears and thought my case
incurable. Do Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve was recommended to me as a
pile cum, bo I bought a box and it per
formed a permanent cure." This is
only one of thousands of similar cases.
Eczema, sores and ?kin diseases yield
quickly when it is ut;ed.
Keiuoved to New (JaMrterit.
Will 1. Cook has moved his tonsor
ial parlor to the room under Morgnn's
store, and would be glad to meet, his
old-time friends and the public gen
erally desiring ork in his line.
Tfce I'uiw Covuty Dttiry.
Everything clean frosh and pure.
Milk, cream or buttermilk delivered
at your door every day.
11. F. Dean, Pro .
Q. istic of Hood's
is tho character
cures even after other preparations fail.
Get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S.
(Special notices under this Load will be
charged 'or at the rate of H cent per word
ljJAN 1 ED Hoarders by the day or week. One
II block from the court house; pleasant rooms.
Enquire at Tbc News.
FOR SALK AND KXCIIAXCiK
COKSADE A nice farm, UK) acres improved.
1 near central L.ity. in JVlernck county, bix
miles trom railway depot. Will be sold on fa
vorable terms. Call on or address V. E. CJai ex,
FUK 5ALt A bflck house, three lots, good
barn and outbuildings, lots of fruit fo: onlv
Ifil . , 4 1 . .L . LI
tij at umc m me news omce.
LOST A HI) FOUSI).
LU51 On the road west of town. Wednesday a
boy s coat and a gray shawl. The finder will
confer a great favor
by leaving nam at Nks
j. wo record books beloneine to -ea
in tins city. Ihe finder will be
warded by leaving same at News olhce.
f ANTED Washing to do for private ianuliee.
I Leave ordora at Med Halter s iruit stand.
OUSE-CI-EANlNG,taking down stoves or any
1 1 una oi won u'jne. Anyone warning mat kind
of work done will do well to call on or address
viiuow uromers, naustuoutn, INeD.
Extract of Celery
the kind on the market, and stand
benefit you as much as anv other
SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.
You will And one comxm innlde each 2 ounce
Buy a bug, ruud tlie eoupou and see bow to
THE CITY HOTEL,
HANS II. G00S, Proprietor.
Best Si Per Day House in the State
Thoroughly cleaned and refurnished. A nice table and pleas.mt
rooms. Bar in hotel stocked with pure Liquors and
Cigars. Corner Third and Main-Hts.
EST rijjs for Wedding, Fuajraln or Plea
attended to promptlj'. Term. reasonable.
rates. Telephone 7G.
N. II. W. D. Jones auctioneer
Don't Make ins Mistake
Of thinking ym can't alloi'd
to attend tlio 'U Slate Fair.
Tho truth is you can't afford
to stay iway.
It makes no difference :is
to what business you f.diow,
your knowledge of it, your
interest in it will bo greatH
increased by what you pee
in Omaha, August ' IU Sep
And the low rates and spe
cial train service offered by
make ihe matter of reaching
Omaha a very cheap and
l"HI; PERKINS HOUSli,
Rates Si and $1.50 per Day
Centrally Located and Com
KNIGHTS OF AK-SAR-ltl-IN
Omaha, Thursday evening, Sep
tember 3. What a crowd it will
attract! What a rnyaf spectacle
it will b!
Ask the loeal agent of tho
for full information about spe
cial Stato Fair
State Fair rates
Legal Notic. -
Ferdinand I'fiiic.shaunth. dif.-ii,l
notice tbat on the i"ith dav of lulv.lv.NL M;.n,.
i iiUKsnaupin, piaintitt herein, li h-.f h.-r i,.-tii,..,
in the district court of Cass county. Nebraska
against said defendant; the object and prayer of
which is is to obtain a divorce from flu f!.f. .mi-
am upon trie ground of abandonment for more
man two years last past, and such other relief as
to iiji.- court may seem juht ami equitable. Vou
are A-quired to answer said petition on or lief ore
the Hth day of Septruitier. I-Wi.
MARIE l'PLU;sHAfI-TH. I'iaintiM.
Matthew Gerinfr. Attorney.
Wowlmrn of the Worl 4.
Attention Sovereigns I 1 will bo at
my office at A. Clark's grocery store
east of the court house on Main street
every Wednesday and Saturday from
7 to 8 p. m. to transact all necessary
and special business that may come
before me. O. Gutiimann, Clerk.
has and 'wo coupon InMdo earh 4 ouuee bug.
get your xbare jf ir0.(XK) lu presents.
Cn ss Co u it t v 9h
i Oldest : Livervman.
618 MAIN STREET.
uro I'.i tio, etc.
I f ick oriUi' H
C ill and get
kinds of coods and farm stock
HINDERCORNS The orflr nrr Prir ot
mrnn.mi)ji pain. mmM diking may. lite, ml llriirfiHi.
Clnman and t,ntifie Uia hale
1'nmiutea luxuriant growth.
WflVep FnHn In UrinM i i
Hair to Ita Youthful Color.
Cum acalp dimuM balr (nliine.
ftic.and i.n at D-ufrf
If voo CONSUMPTIVE cr hare
I-w)l(rfiflnn, 1'iilnful ilia or In Mlity ut imr kind u
rAHKEH'S OINOEH TONIO. Muny wli. w. ie liowj
fcxttuU uuoouraKtal tutvo rcKuUuxl iuatlUi Uy us usu.
The Chicago Chronicle
It Is Not Republican.
It Is Not Mugwump.
It Is Not Populist.
It maintains the Democracy of Jefferson, Ja k
sun ami i ll.d ii, l.ehevintr it to lie tlic salvation ol
the Kepulilic. It is therefore opposed to Social
ism, f ree Silvcrism nnd Kepuiliatuniism.
No dollar is too good lor an Aiueiican. Sample
copies tree. Addiess
lUf-llMt Washington St.. Chicago, IIL
J -hlhtrr'a fviilli ilpn.l lit ad I.
-j!7v Orlfffnul and Onlj Clitulm-. A,
tf lwv nilM. ikh.Lb lr Z
'ot, Makl with Mm riM.ni. I nLr VL
turn ami imitutwnm. At l'ruirirlta. or 4r.
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