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The Semi-Weekly News-Herald
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TE LARGEST CIRCULATION
Of ay Cass County Paper.
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900.
T. NESBIT of Burt.
B, WINDHAM of Cass.
ED ROYCE of Custer.
L. M. HAGUE of Kearney.
P. DAVIDSON of Johnson.
L. JACOBSON of Douglas.
J. L. KENNEDY of Doug'as.
JOHN L. LANGER of Saline.
For Congress. First District
E. J. BUKKETT of Lancaster.
C. H. DIETRICH of Adams.
For Lieutenant Governor
F. P. SAVAGE of Custer.
For Secretary of State
G. W. MARSH of Richardson.
WILLIAM STEUFFER of Cuming.
CHARLES WESTON of Sheridan.
GEORGE D- FULLMER of Nuckolls.
For Attorney General
F. N. PROUT of Gage.
For State Superintendent
W. K. FOWLER of Washington.
GIVE the public library movement a
No ONE eeems to care to run for con
great! against Dave Mercer.
Maine democrats enclosed Bryan
and the Chicago platform.
HON. W. L. Stark has been re-nominated
for congress in the Fourth district.
What the platform adopted by the
Kansas City convention will be is quite
The Boers have surrendered Pre
toria to the British. Tne surrender
Ex-Senator D. B. Hill dominated
affairs in New York's democratic state
Judoe A. M. Post has been ap
pointed by President McKinley to a
judicial position in Alaska.
THE wife of ex-Senator John Sher
man died Monday at Mansfield, O. She
was seventy-two years of age.
IT 13 stated that $40,000 worth of
books have been distributed in Luzon
to the new American schools.
Ex-Senatou Hill of New York
seems to be more prominent in state
politics this year than for some time
Chaplain Mailly is delivering in
teresting lectures on the Philippines,
illustrating the same by use of stere
The republicans of Oregon have car
ried the state by about 8,000, aud will
have control of both branches of the
Principal T. J. Oliver of Green
wood has been elected teacher of arith
metio and Algebra in our state nor
mal school to succeed Miss Ferguson,
The New York democrats did not
endorse the Chicago platform in their
state convention, but there is no tell
ing what they will do at Kansas City.
Last evening 2,000 womon had -arrived
in Milwaukee to attend the bi
ennial convention of the National Fed
eration of Women's clubs and many
more were expected this morning.
THE Cook County Republican March
ing Club desires to escort Congress
man J. P. Dolliver from Washington
to Philadelphia. Dolliver seems to be
in the lead for the nomination for vice
The fusionist of Saline county, in
their convention, held recently, en
dorsed W. J. Bryan and W. V. Allen
for the United States senate. They
evidently think Mr. Bryan's chances
for the presidency are slim.
STEPS have been taken toward the
organization of a national negro party.
The plan Is to organize in every state
of the union and nominate candidates
for state and congressional offices.
They will also put a presidential ticket
in the field.
President McKinley will honor
General Joseph Wheeler by making
him a brigadier general in the regular
army to fill the vacancy which will be
created by the confirmation by the sen
ate of the nomination of General Otis
to be major general.
PBOr, W. A. Clark has been elected
principal of the Nebraska State Nor
mal echool. to succeed ' Dr. J. A. Beat
tie, resigned. J. W. Crabtree was a
prominent candidate for the position.
On several ballots he received three
out of the seven ballots cast by the
board. ' Mr. Clark was a professor in
the school for several years an i is an
WHAT BCRKETT HAS DONE.
The question is often asked, "what
has E. J. Burkett done in congress-?"'
The State Journal correeponJeat nas
been a constant viaitor in the house
during the present session, has closely
watched the work of Mr. Buikett, and
submits the following answers to the
1. Mr. Burkett has attended to busi
ness, both night and day, and ha been
present at every roll call except the
few days he spent in Nebraska.
2. Up to March 4 he had by special
work secured the allowance of 233 pen
sions for constituents in his district.
At the end of the session the number
will be far in excess of 300.
3. He has secured the passage
through the house of a bill to allow $50
a month pension to Mrs. Stotsen berg;
also special bills- to pension W. G.
Willoughby and Roxie B. Salter; also
a bill for the re-survey of Frontier
4. He Becurcd a new sidewalk and
repairs for the government building at
Lincoln, amounting to about $15,000.
5. Extra clerk hire for the Pawnee
post office, amounting to $:00 per
6. Rural mail delivery for Pawnoo
and Nemaha counties.
' 7. A Spanish war cannon for Lincoln
and a civil war canon for Auburn.
8. Introduced. public building bills
for Falls City and Plattsmouth; was
prevented from getting them through
only by the recent agreement of con
gressional leaders not to pass building
bills for any state this session.
9. Secured government positions for
Miss Olive Jack and J. D. Robbins of
Cass county; Miss Emma Todd, George
Tobey and liufus Clark, Lancaster;
Charles Brundage, Johnson; Helen
Davis and John Dixon, Otoe; Fred W.
Miller and May Maddox, Richardson;
Jesse F. Bridges, Nemaha.
10. Made speeches on the occasions
of the memorial services for Senator
Hayward and Congressman Greene; on
the Stotsenberg bill; and on the Aid
rich vs. Robbins contest case. These
speeches attracted much favorable at
tention, and after the delivery of the
one on the contest case, that veteran
statesman, Speaker Henderson, sent a
note to Mr. Burkett. which said: l4My
Dear Burkett T hear much about
your speech, and I am proud of you."
11. From the Allied Printing Trades
council of Washington he received by
special resolution a vote of thanks for
good work done in defeating legisla
tion objectional to labor interests.
Also received a vote of thanks from
the letter carriers of Washington for
good legislative work.
All these things were dona prior to
June 1, and Mr. Burkett's congres
sional career has only just commenced.
It is conceded in Washington that he
has made better headway than any
other new congressman from the west.
Those who desire to make a campaign
by finding fault with Burkett's record
will And cold comfort among the peo
ple of the First district.
INFORMATION AND OPINION.
Mr Rosewater has taken the
pains to enquire of the supreme courts
of the several states of the Union how
many of them have ever cited an ed
itor to appear and answer for con
tempt, as a result of criticism of the
court's actions, says the Fremont Trib
une. He finds that the supreme court
of the United States in one hundred
and eleven years of its history has
never yet taken newspaper criticism
enough to heart to call before it any
raw or ribald editor to give a reason
for his sentiments toward the court.
He also finds that in only three other
cases in the supreme courts if any of
the states has such a thing boon done.
It is therefore to the credit of tho su
preme court of the state of Nebraska
that it has done something entirely
unique in its citation of Mr. flosewater
to come into court and explain why he
should not be judged without recourse.
It may be that the supreme court of
this stute does not rank high in its de
cisions, but it promises to engage in n
new field of jurisprudence, in which its
decisions if not altogether trustworthy
will at least be conspicuous for their
Charles 11. Dietrich, republican
candidate for governor, met a large
number of our citizens last Tuesday.
Mr. Dietrich is a pleasant eontlernan
to meet, and evidently made a very
favorable impression in Plattsmouth.
He is a first-class business man and one
who gets near the people, and every
indication is that he will receive a
large fusion vote. His own popularity,
coupled with the dissatisfaction with
our present executive, make his elec
tion all but assured. He will visit
this city again later in the campaign,
when he hopes to meet many more of
The Beatrice Express says: Con
gressman Burkett has a good press
agent in F. A. Harrison, and he has
made such an excellent record that the
enthusiasm of the latter gentleman is
natural. Mr. Burkett is a very good
speaker, and has attracted attention in
debate, but he is most useful as a
worker, and workers are always better
than speakers. Burkett has been es
pecially a friend to the veterans, and
has always been active In defending
the Interests of his district, and of Ne
braska in general.
General Otis says that reconstruc
tion in the Philippines has already
begun in several of the provinces. He
states that outside of Luzon there is a
decided tendency for the better every
where, and everybody is anxiously
awaiting the time when the American
methods will operate without fear of
The census enumerators are very
busy these days.
For Sale Hedge posts. Inquire of
William Morrow, Plattemoutb.
The peculiar disease which prevails
in St. Louis and renders men unfit for
police service 6eems to rage with
greatest virulence among the million
aires. Indeed, the fashionable clubs
are practically deserted now, espe
cially about the time when the sheriff
is around looking for men to press in
to the draft.
The declination of Herman Bidder,
editor of the New York Stuat-Zoitung
and a prominent leader among Ger
man republicans, to accept member
ship on the board of trustees of the
college of the city of New York as
tendered him by Mayor Van Wyck, is
based on ethical grounds. He thinks
a newspaper man should hold himself
free to criticise everything.
According to the Chinese minister
at Washington, the real name of the
"Boxer" organization is 'Ve Ho
Chuan," which means "righteousness,
harmony and fists." Evidently the
members haven't shaken hands with
Yee Ho for somo time.
T. B. Pandian, a Hindoo of noble
rank and a Cristian, is in Chicago
raising a fund with which to better the
condition of the low castle people of
his native land. The greatest need of
these outcasts is puro drinking water,
as they are not allowed to drink from
the streams which are free to others.
He says that $100 will provide a well
that will supply a whole village with
A great many things that wero not
iucluded in his recommendations have
come to the surface sicce Mr. Neely
displayed his skill as a looter in Ha
vana. One story is told of how he
hypothecated the family homestead in
Indiana and when his mother re
proached him in court the heartless
brute testified that she told an untruth.
That fellow needed an opportunity to
exercise his talents.
M-iyor Van Wyck of New Yo- K has
got to a perilous point in tho ico trust
suit when his lawyer has to plead that
he should not be compelled to testify
because of the precedent funnelled in
the case of "Jake" Sharp, the briber.
Sharp, B&ys the mayor's lawyer, was
promised that none of thetjetimouy
he gave should be used against hira,
yet this testimony started a lino of in
vestigation that resulted in hi- con
victionand sentence to Sing Sing
Charles II. Marks, while acting in
the capacity of nurse at tho Second di
vision hospital of the Fifth army cors
at Santiago de Cubvs, uia a f jw bot
tles of Chamberlain's colic, cholera
and diarrhoea remedy for diarrhoea
and found it to work like a charm. F-r
sale by all druggists.
Hhfflfr Nominated Brigadier General.
Washington, June 0. HrlgadierGen
eral Joseph Wheeler, U. S. V., has
been nominated by the president to be
brigadier general United States army.
Anti-Trust Bill Shelved.
Washington, June G. The house
anti-trust bill was referred yesterday
by the senate to the judiciary coiiiuit
tee 43 to 20.
List fall 1 sprained my left hip
while handling some heavy boxes.
Th doct r I called on said at first it
was a slight strain ana would soon be
well, but it grew worse and the doc
tor then said I had rheumatism. It
continued to grow worse and I could
hardly get around to woi k. I went to
a drug store anil the druggist rec
ommended mo to try Chamberlain's
Pain H:ilm. I tried it and one-half of
a "0 c nt b ttle cured mo entiroly. I
now recommend it to all my friends.
F. A. Uabcock, F.ric, Pa. It is for sale
by all drtiggis's.
Wescott & Son's east side display
window has a novel attraction in the
shape of an Indian family consisting
of a "Duck" holding a tomahawk in
his hand, his squiw and a little
papoose. Tho "rod folks" have been
drawing a crowd ever since they ar
rived A Monfttf-r Devil Fish
Destroying its victim, is a typo of
constipation. The power of this mal
ady is felt on organs, nerves, muscles
and brain. But Dr. King's New Life
pills are a safe and certain euro. Best
in the world for stomach, liver,kidneys
and bowels. Only 25c at Fricke & Co's
A good boy may not become a hand
some man, but a handsome bonnet al
ways becomes a good woman.
A Wealth of Beauty
Is often hidden by unsightly pimples,
ecz3ma, tetter. Erysipelas, salt rheum,
etc. Bucklyn's Arnica salve will glor
ify the face by curing all skin erup
tions, also cuts, bruises, burns, boils,
ulcers, and worst forms of piles. Only
25c a box. Cure guaranteed. So'd by
F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists.
Every young man should learn to
paddle his own canoe but he should
learn to swim first.
A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symptom
of disordered liver, as it springs from
biliary poisons retained in the blood,
which destroy energy, cheerfulness,
strength, vigor, happiness and life.
Herbine will restore the natural func
tions of the liver. Price 50 cts. F. G.
Fricke & Co.
Unless you have one fault you can
never have two. One crime makes
Unless food is digested quickly it
will ferment and Irritate the stomach.
After each meal take a teaspoonful of
Kodol Dyspepsia cure. It digests what
you eat and will allow you to eat all
you need of what you like. It never
fails to cure the worst cases of dyspep
It is pleasant to take. F. G. Fricke &
Senators Ungated In Manufac
turing a Supply.
BACON STARTS A WARM DEBATE,
In Which Pettigrew, Hanna and Car
ter Take the Lead.
lteiiiaikable Statements Mad a and
Denied with More Than Km.
phasis Alleged Contri
bution by Cramp.
Washington, June 0. A tornado of
partisan debate swept over the senate
yesterday with Hanna, IVttigrew and
Carter the chief figures. For sensa
tional criminations aud recriminations,
for bitter iHTSonalities and for poig
nant invective the debate exceeded
anything heard on the floor of the
chamber for many years. The lie was
not passed directly, but the truthful
ness of statements was challenged
very sharply. Bacon precipitated the
scene by repeating a charge made sev
eral days ago by IVttigrew that
Cramp, the Philadelphia shipbuilder,
had contributed $400,000 to the Re
publican campaign fund iu 1S'.)2, with
the understanding that he would be
reimbused by contracts for the con
struction of warships for the govern
ment. Carter's Reply to I'ettijrrew.
In reply to Pettigrew's charges Car
ter said: "Isaw now, and there are sen
atorson this floor who will bear me out,
that any charge that contributions
were received to be reimbursed through
the medium of the government con
tracts, or that any promises were
made to coronations or to individuals
is absolutely false and can be branded
properly only as a lie. Money was re
ceived by the committee, but only
through voluntary contributions. In
that campaign the party was defeated
and the country paid the penalty of
I'ettigraw's Charges In Full.
I'ettigrew insisted on replying. Said
he: "I made the statement that a con
tribution of JM0,0m had been made
by Mr. Cramp to thcKepuhlican na
tional committee in 18!2 and that lie
was to be reimbursed for it with con
tracts for additional warships. My au
thority for the staineut is Mr. Cramp,
himself. He told me, not in confidence,
as I believe, on an ocean liner com
insr across the Atlantic. He did not
know where them oney bad pone and
bad employed detectives to find out.
lie intimated that it had not been used
for canipaisrn purposes. Moreover,"
continued IVttigrew, his words almost
hissing through the chamber, "I have
said the same things to the senator
who was chairman of the Republican
national campaign committee of that
vear and he waived it oft, smilingly
with the statement: 'Well, we did hit
the old man pretty hard."
Itefers to the Ohio Alleged Bribery.
Adverting to Hanna, I'ettigrew
brougth up the charges of bribery
which had ben made against the Ohio
senator at thetime of his election to
the senate, reading voluminously from
the report of the minority of the com
mittee ou privileges and elections, in
cluding newspnpe stories of the ac
counts of alleged telephone conversa
tions between Hanna's friends and
other persons. These statements I'et
tigrew thought could not be swept
aside lightly by Hanna. -
U ANN A GOES INTO TIIK FRAV.
DEATH OP MRS. SHERMAN.
Wife of the Former Secretary of Stat
Pusm Away in Ohio.
Mansfield, O., June G. Mrs. Sher
man, wife of John Sherman, former
secretary of state, died at her home
here at midnight, aged 72 years.Hope
for her recovery was abandoned Sun
day afternoon, when she suffered a
uckweiler & Lutz
Does Not Mince Matters In Characterizing
Hanna next got the floor. "There
was a pretty lively scrap in Columbus,
said he. good humoredly. "It was due
partly to the Democratic party and
party and partly to the work of trai
tors to their party aud to their coun
try, like to senator from fcuutu Da
Hanna referred to. Senator Burke,
of Cleveland, as one of the chief con
spirators iu the senatorial election, and
denounced him as "a traitor and a
scoundrel" who had as a Republican
lent himself to the conspiracy against
his parry, and subseuueimy had" been
disbarred and disgraced in his native
Then he read a clipping from a
South Dakota newspaper In whicli
Pettigrewwas characterized as a trait
or to his country and to his state, and
declared hat he did not represent the
people of South Dakota. "That," de
clared Hanna, vehemently, "is my ac
cuser In the senate of the United
States, and that is the estimaion in
which he is held by the people of his
own state. I have often
sat in inmy seat listening to him and
thought him insane. Much of the stuff
he has uttered on this floor is the
"When it comes to personalities I
will stand np with him and compare
my character with his. He may tell
what he konws about me, and then
with emphasis on every word I will
tell what I know about him."
Carter, obtaining the floor as a mat
ter of personal privilege," said: "First,
It is said that Mr. Cramp made the
statement tha he contribued ?40,IKX) to
the Republican campaign fund in '92.
I do not believe Mr. Cramp ever made
that statement He could not truth
fully have made it, and I believe him
to be a truthful man." Carter said
the reported conversation between
himself and Mr. IVttigrew was a pure
creation of the imagination, as he
thought the conversation between Pet
tigrew and Cramp as reported by the
former must have been.
A Life and Death r ight.
Mr. W. A. Ilines of Manchester, la.,
writing of his almost miraculousescape
from death, says: "Exposure after
measles induced serious lung trouble,
which ended in consumption. I had
frequent hemorrhages and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I
must soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery which
wholly cured mo. Hundreds have used
it on my advice and all say it never
fails to cure throat, chest and luner
troubles." Regular size 50c ni.d $1.
Trial bottle free at Fricko & Co's drug
David Ward of 1'ontiac, Mich., who
has just died.loaving an estate of $20,
000,000, told a friend recently that
within the last seven years he had
sold 370,000,000 feet of pine lumber and
still had in lower Michigan enough to
bring it up to over 1,000.000,000 feet.
Hardly a day passes, in families
where there are children, in which
Ballard's Snow Liniment is not needed.
If quickly cures cuts, wounds, bruises
Burns and Scalds. Trice 25 nnl 50
cents. F. G. Fricko & Co.
MRS. JOHN SHERMAN.
second stroke of paralysis, which left
her verv weak. At 9 o clock Monday
! night she sank Into unconsciousness.
and did not again rally.
Mrs. Sherman's maiden name was
Margaret Cecilia Stewart, and she was
the only daughter of the late Judge
Stewart of this city. She was married
to John Sherman Dec. 31, 1848. No
children were born to them, but they
assisted in the bringing up of the chil
dren of others. This city was the
birthplace of Mrs. Sherman, and she
will be buried here. When it was seen
that death was near telegrams were
sent to Ceneral Nelson A. Miles aud
While Mr. Sherman, so long in the
public eve. became familiar to every
reader of the daily papers, but little
lias ever been said regarding his wife.
This was due In large measure to her
own wishes. She avoided as far as
possible the public attention. At no
time in her long and varied experi
ence wcuild Mrs. Sherman be termed
a "society woman in the most limit
ed sense. Rut as a fine type of Amer
ican womanhood she represented offi
cial society in its best sense.
New York Democrats.
New York, June 6. The Demo
cratic state convention refused to
receive a resolution Indorsing the
Chicago platform. It- was de
clared out of order. The convention
named for delegates-at-large David
R. Hill. Richard Croker, Edward
Murphy and Augustus Van Wyck.
Alternates Frank Campbell, Seymour
an Zandt, James Shevelln and Jacob
Flection of Judge Hand.
Springfield. Ills.. June 6. Judge
Hand, who on Monday was elected
judge of the supreme court for the
Fifth judicial district, defeating Judge
Craig, who has been on the bench con
tinuously since 1872, will take up his
new duties as soon as the official re
turns are received by the secretary of
iMUliart, Iud., June 0. Newton
Bruner, Harry Harrington and Clar
ence Rowley. 14-year-old boys, were
Jailed here charged with alleged mur
derous assault upon Glenn Miller, 8
years or age, from the effects of which
tfce latter lies dangerously IU.
A Card Of Thanks.
I wish to say that I feel under lasting
obligations for what Chamberlain's I
Coujh Item' dy has done for our family.
We have used it in so many caees of
coughs, lung troubles and whooping
cough, and it has always given the
most perfect satisfaction. We feel I
greatly indebted to the manufacturers
of this remedy and wish them to please
accept our hearty thanks. Respect
fully, Mrs. S. Doty, Des Meines, la.
For sale by all druggists.
Veteran lsconsln educator Dead.
Madi sou. Wis., June 0. Colonel John
G. McMynn, one of the oldest educa
tors of Wisconsin and state superin
tendent from 1804 to 1SG8, died yester
day afternoon at his home here. He
was a Racine county man and taught
school there before the 50s and served
with distinction through the civil war.
Little Child Fatally Burned.
Owosso, Mich., June 6. The 3-year-
old daughter of Andrew McWllliams
was so badly bnrned that she died In a
fen hours. Her clothing caught fire
from the embers of a bonfire.
''It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
Houton'that In my travels In all parts
of the world, for the last ten years, I
have met more people having used
Green's August Flower than any other
remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver
and stomach, and for constipation. I
find for tourists and salesmen, or for
persons filling office positions, where
headaches and general bad feelings
from irregular habits exist, that
Green's August Flower is a grand rem
edy. It dees not injure the system by
frequent use, and is excellent for eour
stomachs and indigestion." Sample
bottles free at A. W. Atwood'-.
Sold by dealers in all civil'zed coun
Norman E. Muck of Buffalo, one of
Bryan's warmest supporters and clos
est frieras, announces, as a result of
his recent pilgiini-ge to Nebraska,
that the colonel wants a New York
man for a running mate. O. If. P.
Belmont. Eliot F. Danforth, Judge
Alton B. Parker and William Sulzer
are among those already mentioned,
to say nothing of W. R. Hearst.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bitters ha3 cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had j
caused her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could cive no help; but her ctre is com-
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'hia shows what thousands have
proved, that Electric Bitters is the
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