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w LARGEST GIRGULftTION
Of any Cass County Paper.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1900.
Bryan Respite For Dei
The attitudo of Mr. B-an and
others of his kind has resulted in
killing more Filipinos and sacri
fice of more American lives than
would have been necessary had
they put their shoulders to the
wheel and helped the adminis
tration bring order and peace.
Mr. Bryan's words havo encour
aged them to continued vicious
ness, a fact that will become
abundantly apparent when tho
history of the insurrection on
those islands is written. Manila
(P. I.) Freedom.
Buffalo Bill says the ticket which
Governor lloosevelt represents is
At Chadkox Governor Roosevelt
will be presented a pair of gold spurs
by the cowboys and ranchmen of the
IT is rumored that the mine opera
tors have agreed to make the mine
workers ait olTer of 10 per cent increase
"TyiDDY" Rooskvklt has a staunch
supporter in Ted(dy) Leonard. He has
gone to r considerable trouble and ex
pense in getting a banner for his
If TIIK sentiment in Nebraska for
McKinley and Roosevelt continues to
grow in Ootober ns it has done in Sep
tember, there will bo no doubt but
that, thevstatewill go republican.
". Ex-Congressman Howakd of Ala
bama (populist) says that in his opinion
Governor Poynter is no longer in tho
race; that his record ia such that the
farmers will vote against him regard
less of how they may vote on the presi
IT SEEM3 Senator J. K. Jones, chair
man of tho democratic national com
mittee, is a defendant in a proceeding
brought under the anti trust law of
I Texas. He can rest assured Croker,
I et al., will sympathize with him.
rrT. : - i" . :n I
--" rail Drobahilitv carrv the dav.; Their
i demands in the main seem to be reason-
' table and just, and the mine owners
, kind operators will have to recognize
'the union whether they would or not
I Tns Beatrice Express says: Mr.
Bryan's desire to trivo the Filipinos an
iadependent government and then pro-
ct them from outside interference
ithout exponse and without an army
ks a great deal like faith cure sp
ied to diplomacy. . .. ,
jommittkeman A. B. Dickson of
fove.CxijU pi ei-ok. an BWdScaa ' TiT
General O. O. Howard of Washington,
D. C, is to speaK at Emvvood next
Monday evening. He will bo a great
drawing card and will bo greeted
by a large audience.
Up to date Grover Clovoland has de
clined to lend any aid or comfort to tho
men who denounced him as a traitor to
his own party because he, more than
any other member of that party, in
sisted on being true to its essential
principles and doctrines. Davenport
The fact that Plaitsmouth ha?made
more substantial improvements in the
past two years than in the eight or
ten previous ones will count for some
thing on election day. The voter will
cast theories to the winds and support
the wise, business-liko administration
of President McKinloy.
"WilEK the democrats begin popping
rocks at the candidates of the opposi
tion it must be interpreted that they
are either desperately in earnest or
have taken a drink too much. Their
leaders should counsel moderation in
the application of physical force and
more energy in the diffusion of . hot
It is of vast importance to every
man, laborer and employer alike, that
: no change be made this year in na
tional policies. It would be the su
premest folly to vote for a change from
the best conditions tho country has
ever seen to an uncertain condition
that no man can accurately predict.
Lot well enough alone. Fremont
MARK HANNA seems to bo taking a
hand in the miners' strike. If he suc
ceeds in rendering material assistance
in putting a stop to the strike and in
securing a 10 por cent advance in
wages it might be a shrewd political
move for Mr. Bryan to go down and in
sist upon an advance of another 10 per
cent. He is a great friend of labor,
and the boys wouldn't care much if it
were done for effect. They are after
results, and in all probability will not
be very particular as to who renders
the necessary assistance.
THE WEST'S GREETING TO TEDDIi
IReferred to in the Times-Herald dispatcher ol
Hcllu. Teddy ! All th' west is watchin you.
Hello. Teddy! An' it's wishin' for you. too-
We like your western manner and we like your
We've watched you since we knew you an' we've
liked you all the while.
You're a man that praise don't natter an' a man
success don't .pile.
An' that's why we watch for you.
An' are wishin' for you. too.
Hurrah. Teddy! Or for better or for wuss.
Where'er y' be 01 what y' be. you're Teddy, sir.
You were Teddy when the bugle called t' every
creed an' Clan.
You were Teddy with your soldier boys, the'r
with you where you stan.
You are Teddy all th' time, sir, but, by Gad, you
are a MAN.
An' it ain't th' kind or .breed.
It is MEN is what we need.
Blass you, Teddy! You're th' proper build an'
Bless you, Teddy! An' we like t' shake your
It's a hand that's built for shakin', in a cordial.
An' like your heart it's just as true tomorrow as
An' when you're in a scrimmage, sir, we know
that you will STAY.
An' we're goin' t' stay by you.
An' we're goin' t' see you through!
Goodby, Teddy, an rfmenibcr what we say.
Sot up th' ting an' lead and we will follow where
Th' western style is common, but th' western
heart is true,
Th' metal may look rough, but it is gold sir,
through an' through.
An' our hands a'n hearts, howe'er they be, we
otter 'em t' you.
For we like you, yes we dtr.
An' the west is out for you!
James W. Foley, jr.
A poll of the wholesale department
store of Marshall Field & Company re
garding presidential preferences shows
the following figure?:
For McKinley 851
For Bryan... 19
A poll of the occupants of the Mon
adnock otlice building makes the fol
For McKinley Kl
For Bryan lit
Total : I. ISO
The Ggures indicate that 85 per cent
of the employes in the wholesale house
of Marshall Field & Co. and 7S per cunt
of the occupants of the Monadnock
Building will vote for the republican
candidate this fall.
The proof that at least So per cent of
the businesB. interests of the country
will -vote- iigiinsl"Bryanism this fall is
exclusive and incontrovertible.
KILL1NU TIIK TRUSTS.
Governor Tanner, in his speech Sat
urday night, admitted that the elec
tion of a democratic president might
injure the trusts, as it would injure
every other form of business activity,
but he insisted that the remedy would
be no wiser than that of the man who
became incensed at his dog for keeping
him awake for barking on a cold night
in January. ' After throwing the boot
jack "and other convenient' utensils
through the window at the dog, with
out effect, the mm finally went down
into the back yard in Ills night shirt,
and, taking the dog firmly by the ear,
said: "Now, blank you, I am going to
stay right here till morning and freeze
you to death." The question is whether
the people would caro to starve them
selves to death under a democratic ad
ministration to cet rid of tho trusts.
THINKS WKLL OF HCRKETT.
Hon. G. M. L imbertaon has just re
turned from the east and on his return
in passing through Iowa hejnet
had A J &g JttPJtsr Colli ivet
Mrr:Tjambert9on says: "Senator De
liver spoke in tho highest terms of
Congressman Burkett. He says Mr.
Burkett is ono of our best representa
tives. He has heard Mr. Burkett
make one or two speeches and consid
ers him an ablo speaker. He spoke in
nign terras oi nis spoecn on a promi
nent election case. He believed that
Mr. Burkett, when the opportunity
came, would not only challenge the at
tention of the house, but of tho whole
INFORMATION AND OPINION.
A new record for the passage from
the Mediterranean to nong Kong has
been made by the British cruisers Isis
and Dido. The Isis reached Hong
Kong io twenty-two days and seven
hours from Malta and tho Dido ar
rived not six hours later. The sea
speed of the Isis for the 7,500 miles
was 1G.3 knots an hour. Both ships
were detained In the Suez canal, tak
ing twenty hours to pass through, and
they were delayed twice for twenty
four hours while coaling at Aden and
Colombo. They had to coal at Singa
pore besides. They are sister ships of
Kaiser Vilhelm has made 6ince 1SS9
more than 700 speeches, which have
boon printed in the Heich3anzeiger.
He speaks at the rate of 275 and some
times 300 syllables a minute, the Ger
man mode of reckoning as the pos
sibile length of Gorman words stands
in the way of their being a standard.
The statistics aro furnished by Herr
E l ward Engel.tne official stenographer
of tho reichtag one of whose duties it
is to take down tho words that drop
from the kaiser's lips.
One of the arguments used by
Bourko Cock ran against the retention
or the Philippines is that we haven't
men whom we can trust to properly ad
minister the affairs of government as
they should be; that our civil service
rules must bo moro perfect bofore
undertaking such a task, etc. It is
true we have men who have betrayed
public trust in positions Id either city.
county, state and nation, but a change
of form or manner of erovernment
would not do away with dishonest men.
Reading Coal and Iron Company
Try Them on the Striking
orrrs a ten pes cent, increase.
Strike Leaders Take Defensive Meas
ures, and Mitchell Intimates
He Must be Considered.
Scranton, Oct. 1. At every col
liery In the anthracite region a notice
will be posted -tomorrow morning an
nouncing a 10 ier cent Increase in
wages based on the present scale, ef
fective Oct. 1, and that the operators
will arbitrate any grievances their em
ployes may present. There Is no con
dition to be attached as to the men re
turning to work before the arbitration
shall begin, so it is to be inferred that
the men are privileged to meet in con
vention and adopt any plan of action
they may deem advisable before enter
ing upon arbitration.
Philadelphia. Oct. 1. The following
notice bearing dat" of Oct. 1, was
posted yesterday In the vicinity of all
the collieries of the Philadelphia and
Heading Coal and Iron company in the
anthraolte region, dated Oct. 1, 1900.
"This company will pay an advance
of 10 ier cent on the wages of all
men and boys employed at its col
lieries. This advance takes effect to
day. Signed "It. C. LUTHER,
"Fellow Mine Workers United Mine
Workers of America: Do not pay any
attention to Bins notice posted by Mr.
Luther, of the Philadelphia and Read
ing Coal and Iron company, but wait
until you hear from President Mitdiell,
of the United Mine Workers' of Amer
ica, or until you have decided by your
own locals what is right for you to do,
Signed 1 "C. B. FOTTER."
Potter is an officer In the district
branch of United Mine Workers of
Offer Is s 16 Per Cent. Raise.
The regular Reading company ad
vance for the last half of September
and the first half of October had pre
viously been fixed at (J per cent, above
the $2.."0 basis. The scale for the pre
ceding thirty days was at the $2.50
basis. The advance of 10 per cent,
offered In the posted notice by the
Reading company Is separate and dis
tinct from tli natural scale increase
and hence the total incrasetothd
miners -wohIoV fte ltrper cent.
Sliding Seal Mast Go. lie gays.
Shenandoah. Pa., Oct. 1. Notices of
the Philadelphia and Reading Coal
Iron company offering miners an In
crease of 10 per cent, in wages were
posted in this town, at Mahanoy City
and other places yesterday. Upon read
ing the notice Organizer George Har
ris, whose headquarters are at Ma
hanoy City, Issued Instructions to the
presidents of local -branches of the
United Mine Workers' -to warn the
strikers against returning to work un
til so ordered by the officials of the
union. Harris said the Reading com
pany's proposition was not acceptable
because the men insist on the abolition
of the "slidinsr scale." J. e. the $2.50
basis. They also demand a guarantee
that the Increase hi "wages shall be
MfTCIIELVS REPLY TO THE OFFER.
Thinks the Bosses Will Hare Him to Con
salt Union Official Statement.
nazleton, Ta., Oct. 1. The action of
the Reading company In directly notify
ing its men through posters indicates
that the operators will not recede from
their position of refusal to recognize
the union. What President Mitchell's
first move will be in view of this new
phase of the situation Is not known.
"The oportaors are evidently not,tak
lng me Into consideration," lie said,"
"put they will wish they had." Dis
cussing the question ofacornjro noise-
thpttr'J5Trrsaia it ouia ae
pend upon circumstances whether a
compromise would beconsidered. When
asked if the amount of the Increase
would le one of the circumstances, he
said It would be a consideration.
Scranton. Pa., Oct; 1. The offer of
the Reading of an increase in wages of
the miners was practically discounted
before it was made known by the fol-
lowintr which was Issued Saturday
night from the headquarters of district
No. 1, of the United Mine workers:
"To the General Public: We, the ex
ecutive board of district No. 1, United
Mine Workers of America, having seen
reports in the public press that the coal
combine had decided to give an ad
vance of 10 per cent. In wajres and on
all work, and wishes to settle the strike
on that basis, desire to warn
all mine workers against returning to
work under any condition which may
be offered unless such action bedecided
in a convention of representatives of
all anthracite miners. Our opinion In
case such an advance be offered is that
It will not be sufficient to end the
strike; as the advance cannot be com
puted on all work in the district be
cause there Is not a fixed price on each
kind of work, the price being fixed by
the mine foreman after the work has
"We demand a fixed price on all
kinds of work upon which an advance
may be figured, otherwise the miner
would lose the advance on about one
eljrhth of his work. We also feel that
we cannot consistently be asked to
withdraw our demands for the fulfill
ment of the law of Pennsylvania that we
be paid semi-monthly and have the
rlcht to buy cur powder where wewish
or have tife price reduced to ft per kesr,
which will give the company 5 Oor 60
per cent, per week on their investment.
"We also ask that the law be com
plied with in that all coal be welshed
at the lejral rate of 2,240 pounds to the
ton.and that we be represented in each
breaker by a check weighman to see
that we get correct weight and that
the dockage for refuse be just. In fact,
the diversity of conditions which we
cover In our scales and the intricacies
of the various questions at issue makes
it an impossibility to settle the vexed
questions except by a Joint conference
of miners and operators or by a board
of arbitration, who shall receive facts
and evidence from the miners and ope
rators and decide on the merits of each
grievance." . mmmmmMm
Four Men Instantly Killed.
Edwardsville, Ills., Sept. 29. Light
Ding struck a kiln at the Glen Carbon
brick yards neae here, demolishing the
kiln and burying five men under tons
of brick. Isaac Carlock, Charles
Mather, Elmer Chumley and Thomas
Ilartbeck were killed Instantly. Joseph
Burehart. of this city, was taken outi
allye. but Is badly Injured.
DEATH OF S. F. CAREY.
I'romlnent . In Temperance, Labor and
Cincinnati. Oct. 1. Samuel Fenton
Cay died here Saturday night, aged
87 years. He was graduated at Miami
university in 1835 and was the . last
survivor of that class. He abandoned
the law to devote himself to lecturing
on temperance. In 1SU7 the labor ele
ment elected him to congress over Rich-
GENERAL SAMUEL F. CARET.
ard Smith, of the Cincinnati Gazette,
the Republican nominee.
lie had been a delegate to the nation
al convention that nominated Lincoln
for the second term, but in congress
acted independently, ami afterward be
came a Democrat. He advocated green
back money and silver currency. He
was nominated in 1S7G for the vice
presidency with refer Cooper, the
greenback candidate for president. In
1875 he ran for lieutenant governor
with William Allen, Democratic candi
date for governor.
BASE BALL SITUATION.
Ilroofclyn Has the League Pennant About
Chicago, Oct. 1. Following are
League scores at base tall Saturday:
At New York Philadelphia 2. New
York 4; at Brooklyn Boston 6, Brook
lyn 0 darkness; at I'ittsburg Cincin
nati 2, Pittsburg 1; at Chicago St.
Louis 10, Chicago 7; (second game) St.
Louis 0, Chicago 0 seven Innings,
darkness. (Sunday) At Cincinnati
Pittsburg 3. Cincinnati 4: at Chicago
St.Ijouis 4, Chicago 2; (second game)
St. Louis 1, Chicago 4.
Following is the standing of each
club in the race for the pennant:
Flayed. Won. Lost. P. C.
Brooklvn 127 70 51 .5!S
Pittsburg 131. 74 57 .50C.
Philadelphia ...129 CO GO .53o
Boston 127J.. " 61 3 .504
43Wtngo r.".T...131 Ct 70 x. .4W
St. Louis 128 59 09 .401
Cincinnati ....130 5S 72 .441
New York 129 55 74 .42U
MURDER OK A TRAIN.
It XVtt a Political Special and the Mnr
derer Is So Far I'nknown.
Carbondale, Ills., Oct. 1. The special
train which conveyed Samuel Al
schuler, the Democratic candidate for
governor, from Benin to this city wai
the scene of a fight, in which James
Jordan, night marshal of Marlon, wag
Instantly killed by a shot from a per
son at the present Time known only to
th officers, who refuse to divulge his
The Democrats of Williamson coun
ty had chartered n special train to con
vey Alschuler and all who desired to
go from Marion to, Herrln. At Carter
ville a large contingent was taken on.
About four miles from this city, at
Reed's, the occupants of the car next
to the gubernatorial candidate became
Involved 4n a fight, which resulted in
one shot being fired, killing Jordan In
stantly. I -
HOWARD SENTENCED TO HANG
Uotion for a New Trial Overruled and an
Appeal To Ue Taken.
, Frankfort, Ky Oct. 1. The motion
for a new trial In the case of James
Howard was overruled Saturday and
Howard was sentenced to bang Dec.
7. It was agreed that the attorneys
8hqjUdJxejillow-td Tllle their bill
6t .exceptions In the appeal to the
court of appeals any time between
now and the third week in October.
Howard did not weaken or appear
agitated wiien the solem sentence of
the court consigning liim to the gal
lows was pronounced upon him, but
In answer to the usual question of the
court if he could show cause why sen
tence Should not be pronounced, lie
said In a firm, clear voice: "I am In
nocent." He stood erect, facing the court, and
listening intently to every word ut
tered by the judge, who was visibly
affected by the solemnity of the oc
casion. Progress of the Cold Water Special.
Minneapolis. Sept 29. John G
Woolley and Henry B. Metcalf, Prohi
bition candidates for president and vice
president, spoke to a crowd of several
thousand people at the exposition hall
here last night. Both speakers were
well received. Metcalf made the open
ing address. He was followed by Sam
uel Dickie, after which Woolley was
Introduced. Oliver . Stewart con
cluded the meeting. The itlnery
printed in -these dispatches yesterday
was followed during the day.
' Cyclone Dors Considerable Damage.
Clarinda, la., Sept. 29. A cyclone
nearly destroyed Sharps, a small town
east of here Tuesday night. The rail
way station, two churches, railroad
water tank, Imx cars, loaded cron cribs,
half a dozen dwellings, were all blown
down. One man was hurt by a buggy
overturning on him. Tho storm also
struck Newmarket, a larger town, de
molishing a few smaller houses.
New "Jack Is a Woman.
Chicago. Sept. 29. "Jack, the hair
cutter," "Jack, the hugger," and "Jack,
the window smasher" have a new rival.
She Is "Mamie, the hat snatcher. Slie
begun her operations Thursday night,
when she snatched the hats off two wo
men, tore them In pieces, and threw
them In the street.
Scores on the Ball Field.
Chicago,Sept.29. Following are the
rer-ord nt hns ivnU made yesterday
by League clubs: At I'ittsburg Cin
cinnati l. Pittsburg t; at .ew m&
Philadelphia 7, New Y'ork 3; at
Prooklyn Boton 3, Brooklyn 5; at St.
Louis Chicago 3, 6t. Louis 3 eleven
Gen. Harrison Going dome.
Utica, N. Y., Sept. 29. Ex-Presl-dent
Harrison and family, who have
been at their camp in the Adiron
dacks all summer, will leave on Mon
day for their home in Indiana,
Horses rtjr Connt Waldersei,"1 '
Lexington, Ky., Oct. L St. Har
bison has sold to-A. P. Helmes, of
Hobokjen, .NI J., two fine horses for
the personal use of Count von Walder
see, commander-ln-diief of the allied
Xcrcva la CUina.
' A Rood looking
hiNA ,n(l mnr loo
lng harness is the
nri .nT HiiVnthahwnMl Anil tM
hone look better, bnt makes th IE
leather soft and pliable, pats It In con- (I
11111 A' l oinoa hi uw-wm u Hf
as it ordinarily would.
Bold rrvku ia hi
n. Madsb if
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October 20 is the date fixed by the
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season and will soon be able to boast of
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right, and so are the Parmeles. Ne
braska Blizzard. .
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Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment re
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The annual report of President Per
kins of the Burlington indicates that
that road has purchased the se
curities of the Kansas City tc Omaha
railroad in Nebraska, which repre
sents a distance of 193 miles, and also
the Chicago. Fort Madison tc Des
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The many friends in this city of Asa
Lee wfllard, the actor, will be pleased
to hear that he has been engaged to
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play entitled "The Village Post
mastor," now appearing for a week's
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ippines contained among the necessi
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Our . .
Elegant Child's Suits
$1.25 to $6.50
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I will sell at public sale at the
deceased, three-fourths mile cast
Neb., all the stock and machinery lelon
Joshua Gapen deceased, towit,
to begin at 1 o'clock sharp, on.... II lUlibdUUJ, UllVlU IV
55 HEAD OF HOGS 17 head
12 HEAD JCATTrE 4 cows.
niares, 1 sucking colt, 1
2-year old mule.
FARM IMPLEMENTS 1 jair bob sleds. 1 hay rake. 1 corn
drill, lan mill, seeder, cider
wagon, pair scales
TERMS Sums of tlO and
one year will be (riven, pure
per cent interest from date. J i'r ceni
discount for cash. All property must
be settled for before being removed.
W. D. JONES, Auctioneer.
....THAT'S WHAT YOU FIND IX OUK...
Road and Spring Wagons.
See our Racine Buggies the lcst manufacture. We bu- our
buggies in larjje lots and get them at the right figures. We
also sell them reasonable.
Hand -Made Harness
Genuine Oak-Tanned Leather.
The Season Is Now Open
Place your order for your fall Suit or Overcoat.
We have in stock the most ui-to-late Wolens to select
from. We employ only journeymen tailors and place
the union label on 3'our garments if you so desire.
CLEANING A N DRE P A I RI NC .
J. C. PTAK, The Tailor.
Subscribe for The
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elegant line of fools.
Our Hat deparlment is
Our Gloves and mitts, 5c
Our Shirts and Drawers
for45c are daisies.
Our Boot an d Shoe de
partmentsjare also full.
come amu smile
nile south of Mynanl
the estate of
sale W.U ACil.ir H.nliMii 1(1
stock, hog?. 3S shoats and i.i-s
2 steers. f calves and yearlings
. - a
mm. siirrin plow, spring
?s, cultivator, sprayer, crk stove, etc. ' J
under cash. ( )n sunn over that amrunt r rrtuiit .f
chnner to jrivo bankable note, said nuto to draw n
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