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THE TICKET COMPLETE
A Strong Ticket And Everybody
Will Be a Sure Winner t the November
Election Tom William K-celve the
Nomination For 9berltr Br Acclama
tion Robert Ce Is the Nominee
County Clerk JAMES ROBERTSON
County Treasurer J L. BARTON
District Clerk G. F. HOUSEWORTH
County Judge J- E- DOUGLAS
Sheriff T. E. WILLIAMS
County Superintendent ROBERT CASK
Coroner P. P. G ASS
Surveyor E, E. niLTOM
Commissioner, Second District J. H. DA IS
The above i3 the InM county ticket
&2jnominated by the republican con
vention ILt WxsepWig Water Saturday.
Io its issue Saturday The Nkws gave
the nominations down to that of sher
iff, but owin to the lato hour could
not wait uttil the finish. to give the
The large number of candidates in
the Held made the contest for suprem
acy very livelj; but, as was known
Avhen they went into the campaign,
some of them werosureto be defeated,
and only the best of feeling- exists now
that the smoke of battle has cleared
The nomination of Tom E. Williams
was made by acclamation, there being
The nomination of J. E Uouglas
for judge removed I'rofe-sor Oberkot
tcr's chances for landing the nomina
tion for county -ujiorintendent, leav
iiff the contest liotwi-en S. A Morri
son of Tipton and Kobe it Case of Xe
hawk, tiie latter br-iii nominated on
the fifth billot.
The nomination of II E Iliiton for
survcyo-and 1 1 oi-s for coroner,
both of this city, followed. These
candidates ul? had a walk-away.
The work of nominating a man for
commissioner of the Second district
was next in order, which was done
after selecting a chairman and secre
tary for the convention of the dele
gates from that district, and the tak
ing of IP) ballots. The candidates
were G. W. Young, George Lallue of
Union and John If. Davis the latter
finally winning out..
Delegates to the state convention
are as follows: A. 10. Sheldon, A. Jon
kins, J. II. Butler, J. II. Beckor.A. E.
Lake, James Carey, E. A. Rose, C. A.
Ilichey, L. C. Todd, A. P. Sterns,
Charles Warner, Ray Baldwin, E. T.
Young, D. M. Elyod, S. L. Purlong,
M. M. Butler.Charles Anderson, J. H.
Haldeuian, Allen Coleman, L. Otnatt,
W. II. Newell, W. L. Pickett, J. M.
Young, C. D. Kunz, 11. IJ. Windham.
Delegates to the judicial convention:
B. Wolfe, A. P. each, II. J. Snyder.Joe
McKiDnor.. I. Toland, II. S. Taylor,
E. A. Jenkins, George W. Young, J.
G. Holmes, E IS. Todd, W. E. Finiej-,
C. D. Clapp, A. T. Evans, 1). G Rich
ardson, J. W. Edmunds, William
Nagle, II. D. Reed. P. S. Girardet,
George Stoner, II. N. Dovey, G. M.
Spurlock, C. A. Rawls,F. R. Ballance,
R. II. Patton.
A resolution instructing the dele
gates to the judicial convention for
Pit ul Jessen was tabled.
OeMth of Mlas Tucker.
From Monday's Daily.
The many friends of Miss Mary El
sie Tucker were greatly shocked at
the announcement of her death, which
occurred yesterday afternoon at the
family residence. She had been sick
for many months, but the patience and
fortitude displayed during her long
illness so endeared her to loving
friends that when the final summons
came, it fouud them still unprepared
and unwilling to give her up, while
they feel that she has "gone home"
and that she will never know sickness
or sorrow any more, many days will
pass before Time, the gioat healer,will
softon the blow that has fallen so
heavily upon the bereaved friends.
Always thoughtful of others, hor
energetic and hopeful ppirit made
many rough places smooth to the
younger brothers and sisters who wero
loft in her ctiro by the death of both
father and mother. She was a devout
Christian and an active member of the
Episcopal church, and no higher eulo
gy can be pronounced than the words
of hor divine Master "She hath done
what she could."
The funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the
home. Rev. Mr. Burgess officiating.
Friends of the family are invited to be
settled An Olil tirievMui-e.
"Buck" Adams, the old-time ball
player and all around sport, is into it
again. He met Adam Strott in Andy
lirobaek's saloon last evening and
they proceeded to settle an old griev
ance. They both reside at Louisville
and it appears they had some trouble
at that place on the Fourth of July.
This trouble was revived by Strott,
ho using language which caused
Adams to assault him. One blow
from the latter settled Strott and the
police came along and escorted them
to jail. In polit e court this morning
Judge Archer gave each $1 and costs,
amounting to SG.20, which they paid.
"Buck"' Adams has joined the Thirty
ninth infantry, and it was necessary
to get out of this trouble in order to
join his regiment.
List of Letters.
Remaining uncalled for at the post
office at Plattsmouth, Sept.. 18, 1S99:
Arwine. E H Curtis. Howard
Lenniu, Edward Markle, Prof D G
Pickard. Miss Ann Phelen. Mrs Michial
When calling for any of the above
letters please say "advertised."
C. H. Smith, Postmaster.
The News office is tne best equipped
job office in Cass county. First class
work done on hort notice. J
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Go to A. W. Atwood for wall paper.
A. W. Atwood sella the best oaint
Shinn's cafe and fruit stand,Perkins
Furnished rooms for rent at Tenth
and Main streets.
For Kent Good bouse, seven rooms.
Inquire of C. E. Wescott.
A. W. Atwood 6ella pure drugs and
the best patent medicines.
Ice cream flavored with extracts, 25
cents per quart at Holloway'a.
Wanted to Rent Four or five room
house by October 15. Address A. F.
S., Hotel Riley.
Wanted Good girl for general
house work; wages $3 50 por week.
Inquire at NEWS office.
Order your bread, cake and ice
cream of Holloway. Telephones, Ne
braska 81; Plattsmouth, 270.
Have Telfor & Sheppard do your
fall houe cleaning. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Nebraska telephone 79.
Dr W. C.X De.tn, dentist, 409, 410,
McCague building, northwest corner
of Fifteenth and Dodge stroot.Omwha.
For Rent A six-room bouse; pleas
antly located. Inquire of C. C
Mitchell, Sixth street, between Gold
Li. IJ. Egenbrger has just received
10O d zen children's bioye'e hose
which will go at 17 cents a pair reg
ular 21-cent goods.
13. O. Hartley, the carpenter and
builder, will do all kinds of carponter
work at right prices. Small jobs
promptly attended to.
The "Gut lleil" 5-oent cigar has an
on viable reputation amonu stnokora.
Union made. For sn ; ly alt dealers.
Otto Wurl, Manufacturer.
THE Nkws received a telegram
from Omaha tod'y statin? that a
cablegram ha 1 been received to the
effect that Drej fus would be pardoned
within a few day.
The Burlington will make a rate of
one fare for the round trio to Omaha
on account of the republican state con
vention. Tickets will be sold the 20th
and 21st with a return limit to Sep
Buy your school shoes from P. T.
Davis Co. The best line of men's
working shirts in the city, and the
cheapest. $500 worth of men's duck
coats the celebrated
Claude G. Sbipnotti and
Opp were rairr'.ed toJny
Judge Spurlock. Tne bride is the
daughter of Pet r Opp of Nehawka
and the groom is a prosperous farmer
residing near Ashland, in Saunders
The funeral of Miss Mollie Tucker
was held from the residence, ou North
Sixth street, m 2:;to ibis afternoon,
conducted by Rev. Curgvss of the
Episcopal church, aiul a large number
of sympathizing friends followed the
remains to their last resting place.
"Rube" Hyers of Plattsmouth, once
warden of the penitentiary and sheriff
of Cass county, was among the visitors
here this wek. Mr. Hyers put in
three years in old glory's service, the
last ten months of which were spent
in Andersonville add he knows what
soldiering Is. Nebraska Blizzard.
A. B. Smith of Denver is in the
Charles Grimes was a visitor In
dptain H. E. Palmer of Omaha was
in the city today.
Ex-County Commissioner J. C.
Hayes is in the city.
William Cse of Nehawka was a
Plattsmouth visitor today.
Casper Thygeson went to Lincoln
today to attend the street fair.
II. N. Dovey and wife went to Lin
coln this afternoon to attend the street
C. C. and Tom Parmelo were attend
ing to business in Omaha this after
noon. James Patterson, jr., accomp.nied
by his son went to Omaha this after
noon. Mrs. Fred Kroehler returned last
evening from a few days' visit in
F. M. Massio of Mt. Pleasant pre
cinct was attending to business at the
court house lod.iy.
Dean Burton is home from a trip to
Colorado Springs. His mother will
Mrs. Eon Marshall and children
of Dexter, la., arrived in the city
last evening to visit with the family
of C. L. Marshall.
Mrs. Lillian K. Ilasse and daughter,
Beatrice, arrived home last evening
from a visit at Denver and Lincoln
Mrs. II isse is again at her post in the
county judge's office.
Mr. and Mrs. William Carroll of
Nehawka were the guests of J. D. Me
unue ana lamuy toaay. lney were
on their return from a three months'
visit with a daughter at Co'orado
Mr?. J. C. Petersen and children
are home from a visit with Mr. Peter
son at Spearflsh, S. D. They found
him well and happy. Mrs. Petersen
says that Mrs. J. G. Richey is quite
ill, being confined to her bed in Spear
fish. Grandfather Edwin Davis and wife
returned home last evening from a
two menths' visit with their daugh
ters at Arapahoe, Central City and
St. PauL They are both in good
health and report a very pleasant
Send the News to your friends.
FEROONNICL OF THE TICKET.
The republicans in convention at
WTeeping Water last Saturday nomi
nated a ticket which every republican
in the county should and will take a
personal interest in and work for its
James Robertson needs uo introduc
tion to the voters of the county, bis
efficient work during the time he has
held the office of county clerk being
ample pi oof that be always labors for
the best interest of the county. He
received the nomination without
solicitation on his part and the people
will see that he is elected.
Tm r. Rar,n the nominee for
treasurer, is a gentleman with a ch ar-
acter beyond reproach. lie hs been
a resident of Cass county for many
years, during which time he has hi -
ways been fouud to be a straightfor
ward man whose woid could be de
pended upon. He is a very successful
breeder of blooded swine and owns a
valuable farm in Greenwood precmet,
upon which he resides. He is a m-in
of fine education, being a school '
teacher for many years, and he is
fully capable of conducting the office j
of treasurer. j
George F. Ilouseworth has held ono j
term as clerk of i he district court and j
attorneys of the county and others, !
regardless of politics, who have oc -
casioo to trans iet business in thai
office admit that he is the best cierk
who has ever held the office. His
books are the model of neatness and j
are absolutely correct. He is always)
accommodating to those seeking in
fi rmition as to business of the office,
yot strict about allowing records or
filings to leave the office or be mis
placed. His election is conc jdd by
J. E. Douglas, the nominee for
county judge, has been practicing
law in W eeping Water for the past
ten years, during which time ho has
made many friends in the county. His
extensive practice in probate matters
makes him especially fitted for the of
fice of judge, ard that ho will perform
the duties of his office in a fair and
impartial manner thero can bo no
Tom E. Williams of Eight Mile
Grovo precinct was reared In Cass
county and has taken a lively interest
io the affairs of the countv ever slnue
he reached his majority. He has al
ways boea a staunch republican and
never missed doing everything in his
power f ir the success of the ticket.
Ho received the mmination by ac
clamation and without solicitation.
His attitude toward the ticket this
fill das b?en most commendable.
Early io the season he had thought of
asking for the nomination, but had
not announced his candidacy. A
little later, or about tne time the
First regiment reached S.in Francisco,
tho name of Frunk Johnson was men
tioned very favorably in connection
with the office. Upon heating this,
Mr. Williams stated that if it was the
wish of the republicans that Mr.
Johnson bo the nominee he wa per
fectly willing, and from that lime un
til J hnson declined to m ke the race
ho h id noctr'-nger supporter than was
Tom Williams. In ihe meantime
Martin Fredrick of Eight Mile Grove
precinct entered th race f-r i tie treas
urership, and. although knowing that
tne 'vj could nut bo two nominees from
that orecinct, Mr. Williams did what
ho coald for Mr. Fredrick up to the
time of the convention. He had urged
the tatter to entrr the race and he
would not go back on his word. He is
well qualified to tiil the office and is
deserving of the heartj' support of bis
party. An I he will receive it.
Robert Case was born and reared in
Cass county and when the republ cans
named him for the ofliee of suprinit-n-
den'-of febo ls thev ma le no mist..ke
He ha had seven or eight years of ex
perience in school work in the county
and is deeply interested in that line of
work. He is sure of success at the
P. P. G;ss, a pioneer citizen of the
county, will succeed John P. Sattler
as coroner. He is an honest and con
scientious citizen and will not put tne
county to unnecessary expanse by
holding inquests when they are not
E. E. Hilton is the present surveyor
and is perfectly f imiliar with the
work. He will have no trouble in be
ing elected again.
For commissioner of the Seeond
district John H. Davis of Avoca pre
cinct was named. His long residence
in the district has gained him many
friends. He is well thought of by
bis neighbors and being careful and
conservative ic the transaction of his
own business he will make a model
For Sale at a Bargain Five cot
tages and eight lots in block 97, being
what is known as the Wright estate.
Apply to R. B. Windham, executor.
A. W. Atwood sells stationary.
RAILROAD SOTES AM) PERSONAL
Section Foreman Charles McGuiie
returned to bis work yesterday after
a seven weeks' lay off with illness.
The new mail-catcher whs given an
other test up near Orcapolis yester
day afternoon. Tne test was entirely
satisfactory and the catcher will bo
given a mat on No. 7, between Omaha
and Lincoln, the latter part of this
week. E Bignall and other officiate
were here to witness the test.
Yard master C. S. Manchester went
to Lincoln this afternoon to take in
the street f ar.
' F- P'outenborougb arrived in the
ci'y asi . v m ii.g from a fix weeks'
visit in Chicaern d o Lei points in
the e .t Jrs g , ul, . Ui,,' baa
goi.o u Cor.i.ei t cut t
v.s.t a sifter
" and wi 1 i o
cum f.T wurji- lime. C.
cii;re if tne Missouri
ill! Ovr-obi-r 1.
r will ill;
Paelfl . (tic
Miister Mec'.,riic II J Helps and
A-sI-t t hie! CI rk Thoma- Kemp
t r it v
' in 'his nun n i.i tr from
i'p to Pe ver. They
a iet vi a v
wet e sic mpani by their wives and
report i.iivii hnd ;i fine time in the
mount : i n ei v.
To mn.-e iitri'o en wine arrived at
the I5u lin.'t n shops this morning
and ;tre beitst.' d up pr-ep ratory to
be taken out ih road.
' r torn Mod 1;iv's Priilv.
j The c-ibtr un.i. r Ed Don at' saloon
was enie ed Sunday night anil about
! tif teen b i' t ier, of b v r and some brick
cheese w;.s jti!M.. An ell 'ranee was
effected by pryirij; open a rear window
A number of f.'Lows iibout town wen
suspt cted of committing the rp bery
and were taken into police court and
questioned, but only two were held
"Wine" (Jrav. s uuo Jack B eson. A
tramp was found who claimed that he
helped them !rir.k the beer. All
three of tiiein were placed in j ii!, the
latter being held as a witnes. A
khife and o;ie of ilie b' icks of cheeso
was found meir the cellar window.
The cheese will be held, if possible.
and taken into court
Beeson and Graves will probably bo
givon a heariftg tomorrow.
Taking the Knelpp Cum l.v:-r. Moraluff
at Ileautlful It vk: i- .
Consuelo. duchess of . ...borough,
inherited from her mo : Mrs. O. H.
P. Belmont, the talcx.t . ,;ert en
tertainer. Progress, - .:armlne,
eleven and rich, she i .atly de
vising new ways to ::n; - iier guests
and succeeds far L-eyorui mi"t other
hostesses in England, i-'or a raonta
back she and her hubroid have been
amusing themselves p;:.; ;l.?ir friends
with what they call rer :tt ration par
ties. Blenheim, one oi u.e finest old
country seats In England, s at its love
liest in the early fall, a::- j itt now 13
crowded with guests, mo: ;y young
people resting after :'o- :
of summer and buil.li .
ravages of a winter
yt to come. Th- K
many devotees arno.
guests, and every n: -' -be
seen walking bar:"
lawn as large as a ( . ;
where near 100 pe .i :
Blenheim, and ovtr
are taking the Knei. i
that dew upon the fee .:
acta as a nerve ton li
the entire system for
time for the dew c
and G In the mora:' l
the sun has absorb- .1
walk 13 taken "before i
only a glass of milk i:;
The bath follow?, v. ;
fast, and after brfiiul'.; -.t
girls play tennis. It ta'.a
days of this treatment tf
bright eyes and toeos,
improved condition is
Kneipp cure or to tVf
early hours whicl: Ci-
Imposes upon her ?p;.' -
. : gainst tne
;; cure has
i hey may
a u a demy
r. a umber
v i a ;
as , w.m
.i :.; a
' t ' .i: hack
Ve. tO ill?
. -.r life and
may well be
regarded as an open quv-tion
I.onc-DWt aiK-o JI;tlI.
A letter sent from New York l
Bangkok, Slam, travels overland to Sai
Francisco and thence ly water, reach
ing its d'stinaticn n about forty-three
days, having been carried nearly 13,000
miles. A letter mailed here for Ade
laide, Australia, n'.so rroes via San
Francisco, travels 12.S4n niilf1.-. and is
delivered usually within 3". days. New
York mall destined for Calm: fa goes
by vay of London, traveling 11.120
miles in 29 days, nljile mail sent from
this city to Cap:1 Town. Soiiih Africa,
goes 125 miles further in two days'
less time. Ma!! coinmun'f atiou be
tween New York m l llm; Kent; or
dinarily con. Klines one month of time;
the letters go by way of S;in Francisco,
and cover 10,500 mi! "s of distance. To
reach Melbourne, Australia, from this
city, a letter will travel 12.2fi3 miles in
about 32 days, and to reach Sydney a
letter will travel 11,570 miles in 31
days. The mail route from New York
to Yokohama, via San Franeisco, is
7.348 miles long, and about 22 days ars
consumed in transit. To go to Hono
lulu from this city a letter travels 5.C15
miles In 13 days. Leaving New York
on steamer days, mall matter is sched
uled to reach Rome in about 10 days,
Madrid In ten days, London and Liv
erpool in eight days. Rotterdam In nine
days, St. Petersburg in eleven day.
Berlin In nine days, and Athena and
Alexandria in fourteen dayB. Com
munication with South American porta
is much slower. It takes twenty-four
days for a letter to go from New York
to Rio Janeiro, which Is only about SO
miles further from this city than is
Alexandria. Mall matter going from
New York Is Buenos Ayrea, which is
8,045 miles dt?taut. consumes 29 or 80
days. New. York Times.
The report of the British Consul at
Manila on the stHte of trade there
says: "Tnere is abundant evidence
that when peace aod a fettled form of
government are well established the
future proapority of the Filipinos will
far exceed the past."
over the edge of a collar
we turn out. You'll no
tice; it's nice and smooth.
M.ikes no difference how
oh; the co'. ;H' is it' d-.no
by a special prceess and
It means comfoit to tts
The Citj Steam Laundry.
REPORT OF CHICAGO MARKETS
Following is the range of price3 on
the Chicago board of trade today, as
furnished by M. S. Briggs, commis
Neijkaska Citst, Neb.. Aug. 18
The republican judicial conventi n
'or the Second judici 1 district in Ne
brasifa i- hereby called to meet at Ne
braska City September 22, ISSjSJ, at
o'clock p. m. of huid d;iy in the dis
tnci court room in said city for the
purpo-e of putting in nomination one
judge of th district court in said dis
ti ict, anil to transact such other bu
ness as may properly be brought be
fore said convention.
The representation in said conven
tion wiil be Cass couuty, 24; Otoe
county, 2."; being one delegate for
each hundn d votes cast for Hon. M
L. II iy ward in 1898. or the maj r frac
M. I Hayward, Chuirman,
Jesse S. Mapi-s, Secretary.
Ill KLINOIO.N KOUTK.
Hre Yonr Cheap Kate to Umihi-Oiilf
GO Cents For Kound Trip.
This is the rate you've b en wnitiog
for its mtde on account of tho fesliv
itlea of the knights of Ak-Sar-Ben
Take advantage of it; buy your ticket
ovor the Burlington Route and be one
of the two hundred thousand persons
who will witness the series of gorge
out? pageants for which Omaha is
famous from one end of the couutry to
This year's celebrations extend over
four days from Thursday, Sept. 28.
until Friday, Sjpt. 29, and will sur
p.iss all previous efforts.
The Lincoln Street Fair.
Spend the week beginning Keptem
be- IS at Lincolu if you want to fee
the biggest thine in the way of street
fairs ever held in the west.
Everything is free the agricultural
exhibit, tho cattle, hog and hon-e ex
hibit-, the hand concert-, the parades.
theatrical performances, balloon as
censions and fireworks For six solid
days you can fairly revel in fun. You
can see hundreds of odd and interest
ing thitgs every ono of thera without
a cen t of cost.
Extrao dinary low rat' s via the
Bu'lington r-u'e Septemb9r 18. 19, 20
and 21. See the local ticket aeent.
J. Fhaxcis. G. P. A ,
Tttk. News ori '8 the nen.
Story of Eillui,
Thomas Edison's absent-mindedness
about every-day affairs Is proverbial.
He goes to New York at least three
times every week, and yet last week
forgot to purchase a ticket each time.
When he does manage to remember
this little necessity for traveler the
ticket is generally covered with minute
and intricate calculatioas by the time
the conductor comes to collect it.
We always have the very
lateit in rings, both in s t
md ba"d. We have plai -gold,
18 K. sui able for
weddii g iiig-.
John T. Coleman,
Second door South ! Pi stofflce
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Dr. W. C. Dean...
409. 410 McCacue BalldlnK
Northwest cor. 15th and Dodge ats.
All wurk carefully and well done. Nervous pa
tients will receive especial coualderatlaa.
Has new stock, new rigs and
is prepared better than ever
to take care of
ft General Llveru Business
Quick trips made to all parts of the
county. Low prices and court
eous treatment assured.
UTIDtTD DITTII IVTI rtir UHC
And : !
It's t i i va or pay a doc
tor bill. V ijich will you hive?
These coatu ar as stylish as
he merchant-tailor can turn
out. If y u need a coat of this
kind NOW is the time to buy
it at a barg - in.
6. E. WfiSCOU & son I
We have just riceiied
and WINTEU. . .
to which we wis! !
Good G0"ds at Low
One hundred dozen
sold at 17ic. Th
Tha groat re; ..
orns of cii ;.
of Tobacco r.r C
9& order wti ::
6 boxes Tor i
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Wescott. W. J. White. He .-v Bo. c..
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