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NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Drops Desd t Telephone.
Fratrire, So pi. 6. John 1. Arnica
sen, for the pnt riRhtoon yiais 9
juvmliKiit Kroirrymun of litis city,
.'.roppr.l iloml while tulUlr.i t the
lolip!ui'.i in hU More.
Fusionisti to Have Barbecue.
Uii.'i'lii. Si-pi li.- The rui'ii csm
pitlnti v. Ill ln loriu:ill op- n-.'il l Lin
coln S.'i't. 17 ti Kiaml li:r!u'iMi
nnil p-nrnil Jo',;, anon ut Uinvlo
park, ai whult (iroruo W. II.tko. un
li,i'.ti li r KoMitior, v til l'o tiio I'lli'-
Chilj is dutally Ats.iulted.
Kn-numt. Hopi. ii. Amu oIi -hm.
veins out. wns t HO vlrlini "f 8 ItuiuI
Hl.Slluit illM lliistll
tini! c:tKS-.'.l I" a
milutii. !: lias h
Socialist Leader Assauttst!.
Korrolk, N-'b.. 8cpt. 3 Colonel
r.iijrlow of Lincoln, a socialist loailnr,
was bsshuIumI tiy lhlrl' n farmers
il:irl!;s ft s 'i'h In a si hi.-ol house
nnr I'l-rct. II" was driven out.
rr'M'cuiiin will follow.
She was left Loiitlil
rornhYM by lior an-
for a w.'oK, ini'l l.t MUM'o.M 'l lo rave
l.-f t for Onulia on a lain truln. Ills
name Is noi known h'io.
Child Smothers In VauT.
IliMirliv, Neb., Srpl. 5 Tho six
i,c!i i.iiint Its old ilautitttt r of Mr. and
Mrs. FrnnU I'miinoy of this cliy wan
fomi.l (loud In ihu vault of u wator
closet on a farm southwest of lie
atrlc". where t lu family were visit
Ini; wnli Mrs. C'oaiiu'y'H ulster. In tin
nl (t-i lUMin Iho little one was missed
mid u search Instituted, lasting all
IllfcM, llie Imdy licing discovered la
tlio vault. Death wits caused by suf
focation. Overcome at rlewo of Death.
Omiilia. Sept. I. Mrs. Hdllli for
trr, the only daiintilcr of V. It
Tliontpson. the well known Democrat
Ic politician of Ciinttd Island, , and
former nominee for governor, died
suddenly nt tho residence of her pa
rents. The fallier of tho deceased
was lu Omaha on business nnd wan
ltrniedliilely notified by telegraph.
News of tho dPnth completely tin
ncrvod him and he hnd to he tak ut to
his room nt tho Pnxtnn.
Watson to Make Four Speeches.
Lincoln, Sept. 1 Announcement
was made by the Populist stale ecu
trul committee that Presidential Cun
(lldato Watson had been secured to
ntako four speeches lu tho stale dur
ing tint eampiilKti. All of those are to
ho made state galherlnns, with bar
borttoB, for which the beeves havo al
ready been donated. Ono of tho
speeches will bo at Cambridge, the
second at llrokon How, and tho two
others at places not yet selected.
Broncho Kills Rider.
Oakland, Neb., Sept. 1. -Charles J.
Lamm, a farm hand, was Instantly
killed by recklessly rldlti; horseback
on a broncho. In company with ihu
throo Swunsoit boys, lor whom he was
workliiK, ho was coming to town. They
were riding nt full speed and rati into
u horse anil buggy driven by John
Gleeson, who waa on his way homo
from town. Iju-soii was thrown from
his horse Into tho ditch nnd his head
was smashed and his neck und shoul
ders broken, killing him Instantly.
Lincoln Man Takes Poison.
Lincoln, Sept, 2. lludolph Schnei
der, o.ged tlfiy-nlne, died presumably
from tho effects of some poison taken
with suicidal Intent. Tho man waa
taken violently 111 and physicians
tronted him for poison. Ho rallied
and was thought to bo on tho road to
recovery, when he suddenly collapsed
and died, lie had been despondent
over since tho death of his boh In
Oitinha last week, and his friends
feared ho would tako his own life,
Ho was employed by tho city at work
on tho streets. Ho leaves a widow
nnd several children.
Bryan Returns to Lincoln.
Lincoln. Sept. 2 YV. J. liryan re
turned to Lincoln today and will leave
tomorrow with his family for Grand
Canon, Ariz., to reuialu three weeks
or a month. It. Is possible ho will
also visit points In Colorado before
ho returns to begin netive campalijn
work. While here today Mr. Dryan Is
expected to confer with"" tho fusion
state committees and tentatively ar
range his speaking dates In this
state. Ills services are In demand In
other states, but ho has thus far made
no fast promises, and Is expected to
devote considerable time to Nebraska.
Labcr Cay at Lincoln,
Lincoln, Sept. C.-I.alr day was
rilobiati'd here by all the unions of
t!:. city und Many small towns 111 Nu
brttska sent delegations. The finest
parade ver given by the Lincoln
ii ii 1 ns was presented and in tho ttft
crnoon exercises were held ut ono of
the parka, where addresses were de
livered by local speakers.
Newton Breaks Jail Again,
Ilutte, Neb., Sept. 1. Reuben New
ton and lllll Dennett broke Jail, un
doubtedly insisted, as tho window
bars went broken from the outside
and tho locks on tho stool cagus
whom tho men were confined were
taken olT and nro missing. Consider
able daiunge was done to the Jail.
This Is Newton's second get away, ho
only having boon brought bsck last
Dan Patch Paces Fact Mile.
Lincoln, Sept. L In an exhibition
mile on the stato fair grounds track
lau Patch lowered tho record for a
half mile track, and clipped three-
liiarters of n second off his own best
timo for a half mllo track, made at
Dea Moines last week. Ho covered
tho mllo In 2:05'. on a track still a
trlllo lumpy from recent rains. Ho
was accompanied by a runner, but no
wind shield. Tho tuno by Quarters
was: Quarter, :32; half, 1:04; three-
quarters, 1:35; mllo, 2:i;.'4. Fifteen
thousand people suw tho performance.
II PERISH IN FLAMES
FIVLSTORY TENEMENT IN NEW
State Fair Leaves Surplus.
Lincoln, Nob., Sept. 5. Tho board
of managers of tho slate fair closed up
shop and will not open again until
the early part of October. Tho total
expense of tho fulr, Including pre
miums, Is estimated at $30,000 and on
hand and lu sight the treasurer re
ports JIS.Oih), leaving tho managers
to tho good about $18,001). Out of
this, however, there will havo to pome
about $1,500 for expenses and salaries
to next Janunry and bntwoon $(i,000
and $7,0i0 on hand from last year.
Tho fair will uot this year something
Engineer Has Neck Broken.
Fremont, Sept. 1. John U Pope,
tho engineer at the Harris brick yard
Just Boulh of thU city, was caught In
the fly wheel of his onglno and so bad-
Injured that ho died lu a fow min
utes. A boy who was In the engine
room at tho time says that Popo
turned on the steam a little and then
took hold of tho spokes of tho fly
wheel to stmt It. Ho slipped and his
left arm went under tho bolt, drawing
his body up against the wheel and
breaking his nock. Mr. Popo was sev
enty-threo years of ago and had lived
In this city for twenty years.
TWO SHOT AT FAIR GROUNDS
Horsemen Involved In Fight Which
May Have a Fatal Termination.
Lincoln, Sept, 2. Sam Winters was
shot through tho stomach and probu
bly futally Injured, and Max Wagoner
shot In tho hip In a row at the state
fair grounds at an early hour this
morning. The man who did the shoot
ing Is Janes Young, colored. The
other two are white men. Young was
taken to tho city Jail. The Injured
moo are both In tho city hospital.
According to tho story told by
Y'oung tho other two men wero drunk.
came to the barn where he was sleep
ing and announced their determina
tion to whip him. Ycung says he
fired one shot over their heads. They
kept on advancing and ho fired again
and Winters fell, and with the third
shot he brought down Wagoner.
List of Dead Includes One Mar, "cur
Women and Nine Children Balcony
Gives Way and Five Firemen Fall
New Yoik, Sept. C Fourteen pr
ions were killed uud nearly a sicie
Injured lu a lire in u (lve-siory double
(.lament lu Attorney street. It wui
oao of the worst tires lu tao loss of
human lives that has occurred on U,j
oast hide in several years, although
tho property loss was blight. Tho
dead Include four women, one in an
and nine children, ranging In ago from
three months to twelve yours.
Many of tho Injured were taken to
hoapltals and It Is thought that sev
eral of these will die.' Tho small num
ber cf men among the killed and In
jured was due to tho fact thct most
of the men who lived In the hulldlug,
following tho Attorney street custom
in hot weather, were asleep on tho
roof, while but few of the women and
children wero thtTO. Those ou tho
roof made their way to safety over
neighboring roofs. Meanwhile tho
members of their families who had re
mained In their rooms found, escape
cut off, and panic reigned throughout
Tho flro started about 3 a. m. and
there wus considerable delay In send
ing In an alarm. When tho firemen
reached tho scene some of tho tenants
wore Jumping from tho windows and
from the ends of lire escapes that
reached only to the second floor; oth
ers wero crouching In the smoke lu
the small rooms and narrow halls.
Tho fire Is supposed to have boon
caused by the explosion of a lump that
hnd boon left to light tho hall on the
second floor and the sleeping tenants
wore not urousod until the hallway
was ablaze and escape through the
building cut off. Most of the dead
wero found on the two upper floors.
While the search of the building
was going on four firemen wero at
work on a fourth floor balcony, when
It gave wny. Another fireman on the
balcony on the floor below was also
carried down nnd was probably fatally
Injured. The other four wero badly
hurt, hut will recover.
Loon Sober, an owner of tho build
ing; Morris Lcvlno, the ncont, and
Henry Iireltmnn, the superintendent,
wore arrested nnd wero charged with
Going to Business College? "
J H nil
Ii. i l!i"l f Ir.v.rueti.iii ami tin- suivi'i
. you mill 1. !m.n'tf.l in our twau-
llful. l.iu-trat.ti catalogue. It tell a. I
aiMiut our ci,nrx' nf m mlv. f.iu!eiuruiv
of uur s;r:iiiu.tcv li i ttw. Aildrvw
MAIN OF, I
Fifth and Robert Sts.,
ST. PAUL. MINN.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions!
Jlouu'tit and lct far cash or carried en rratnu.iVc !
margins Uxm which tht-'i-u win le a coarse ?t ij, a j
Ifraiu, 'i on Ix.'tn and ' on Hat.
Write tur our market letter. ;
f,EDAH 1 AWN STOCK FARM
COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN ZK LOTS
Ship Your Grain To Us
Uest Kaciutii. I'kompt RTniris.
Branch Office 223 Coates Block
PlattMiiOiith l'lionc 241
Don't allow money to lie around. It
Is easier to spend Hand easier
to. lose It
"tit . U , -
Polled Durham Bulls
High Grade Pedigreed Stock.
Tele. Cedar Lawn Stock Farm.
J. D. FERGUSON
Always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color it used
to have. The hair stops falling, grows long and heavy, and all
dandruff disappears. An elegant dressing. u tnsrTJ7JS,VMm
by keeping- it in a safe place such as
The BanH of Cass County
You can irive a check for any part of
it at any time and so have u receipt
for payment without asking for one.
lien you have a hank account you
will ho anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more aoout It.
POSSE CHASES HORSETHIEF.
Nurso Caught Under Train,
Lexington, Nob. Sept. 3. Miss Alice
Mallne, a professional nuro, whoso
home Is twelve miles northwest of
Coziul and who has heeu nursing two
typhoid fever patients in this city,
concluded she would go home for 4
short rest. When Miss Mallne ar
rived at the depot yards a freight
train was on the sidetrack, between
her and the depot and she crawled
under It. Just as she did so tho train
pulled up to open the crossing. Miss
Mallne was caught under tho wheals
and terribly mangled, requiring the
amputation of Ixtth limbs below the
Vnocs. Very little hopes are enter
tained of her recovery.
Nebraska Crop Condition!.
Lincoln, Sept. 7. Weekly bulletin
cf the Nebraska sectiou of the climate
and crop service of the weather bu
reau: Tho last week has been fa
vorable for the advancement of farm
work. Haying, threshing and blowing
have progressed satisfactorily. The
third crop of alfalfa Is generally a
good one and Is largely secured In
good condition. In a few Instances
winter wheat sowing has commenced.
Corn has Improved In condition quite
generally and the early planted Is ma
turing rapidly. Some fields are now
beyond Injury by frost. The late
planted has grown well, but will re
quire about two weeks without frost
to mature, while some very late fields
-will need three or four weeks.
Missourian, With His Wife, Steals
Four Teams on One Trip,
Ansley, Neb., Sept. 6. People of
this part of Custer county art) en
gaged in a hunt for a horsethlef which
has lasted three days, and while at
ono time they thought they had him
surrounded it Is now reported that
he made his escape, and a posse Is
still following him.
The team of William Laftlu and the
buggy of W. A. Crandall of Overton
were stolen by a party giving the
name of John O. Rhodes of Spring
field, Mo,, who was accompanied by
his wife. Crandall and F. S. Uunnell
overtook the outfit about sixteen miles
north of Ansley.
As the pursuers approached Rhodes
and his wife abandoned the team and
took refuge In a patch of tall sunflow
ers and opened fire ou Crandall and
Bunnell, using a shotgun and a re
volver. The shots missed their mark
and Crandall and Uunnell took posses
sion of the deserted teum, driving out
of range of the guns.
While they were driving from dan
ger Hhodes and his wife left the cover
and took a team nnd farm wagon from
a boy who was driving along the rood.
They proceeded with this until they
overtook a mnu driving a better team
attached to a wagon, nnj forced him
to make a trade. A short time after
that they came upon a man driving
a faster team attached to a btiBtiv.
and again traded horses without the
consent of the owner.
lly this time tho immediate commu
nity was aroused and a posse was
organlied to chase the thief. It was
reported here that they bad Rhodes
surrounded in a pasture near West
Union, hut later It waa said that he
Rhodes Is about Ove feet ten Inchei
tall, smooth shaven except for a
week's growth of beard, which, with
his hair, It study. He la slightly
EXPLOSION OF NITRO-GLYCERINE
Five Lives Are Lost by Premature
Shot at Flndlay, Ohio.
FIndlny, O., Sept. 5. Five are dead
and tin equal number seriously Injured
as the result of a premature explosion
of a quantity of nitroglycerine near
Tho dead: Malon Ixtoknbaugh, I.afo
McKay, Joseph Fox, Corlno Wise,
The injured: Ernest Wise, leg bad
ly mangled and internally Injured,
will probably die; Louis Lookahaugh,
ear blown off and otherwise injured
nnd not expected to recover: Alice
Wise, Mary (lulllford, Claire Iioka-
Tho accident occurred while Mc
Kay, an oil well shooter, was engnged
In lowering the nitroglycerine. At
tho time his assistants, the Looka
hatighs and Fox. together with tho
others, were grouped about the well.
Seven Are Killed in Wreck.
St. Ixiuls, Sept. 5. Tho bodies of
the two unidentified women who were
killed in tho wrecking of a suburban
street car by a Wabash passenger
train at the Sarah street crossing and
which laid at the morgue all night
were Identified as those of Mrs. John
J. Merkloy of Trenton, Ont., and Mrs.
Sophia P. Aldrich of Indianapolis. The
other dead are. John V. Wilson of
Klrkwood, George W. Majors, Harry
B. Culp, Andrew McKlnley of St.
Louis: M. B. Bristol of Webster
Groves, Mo, The conductor and motor-
man of tho car which was wrecked
wero released on $10,000 bonds each
to appear before the coroner's inquest.
Bee Hive Ftestauraijt,
Metils nt nil hours. Six-cial at
tention to the fanner patrons. The
tables nro supplied with the best
the mnrkets atlord.
JOHN COREY. Proprietor.
I READ THIS TWICE
To the Gentlemen of Plattsmouth and Vicinity:
Before ordering your fall nnd winter
Suits nnd Overconts bo sure to call on
16. FRANZEN, TAILOR!
and he will show you an elegant line of seasonable
goods from which he will give you a
perfect fit and at reasonable prices.
STYLISH 0ND GUARANTEED GARMENTS
Clmllenire't Comparison In futility
Ready for Big Maneuvers.
Gainesville, Va., Sept. 6. The
strength of each maneuver camp was
doubled by tho arrival of 12,000 mili
tiamen. Skirmish lines will be estab
lished today and at midnight General
Grant will endeavor to force the
brown army under General Bell back
through Thoroughfare Gap. A tour of
the country In automobiles was made
by General Corbln acting as guide to
Mn. Corbln, Miss Patten, her sister,
and Mrs. Grant, all of whom came to
camp from Washington to remain
during tho maneuvers.
Five Drowned in Lake Erie.
Clevelnnd, Sept. 5. Five men were
drowned In Loke Erie as tho result of
tho capsizing of a twenty-two foot
naphtha launch, in which they wero
en route from Cleveland to Vermil
lion to attend a yacht raco at tho lat
ter place. The dead: John 1). Begley,
Albert G. Trelber. Paul Hartner. em
ployes of tho Cuyahoga Abstract com
pany; Max Hurtig, a traveling sales
man for a New York city firm; Jules
Hurtig, draughtsman employed by the
Garry Iron and Steel company. The
llurtlgs were brothers.
Meet Death at a Crossing.
Battle Creek. Mich.. Sept. 5. Mrs.
Alvtn Hussoll was struck and instant
ly killed and bur husband probably
fatally Injured by a fast Grand Trunk
train at Ronton. Tholr buggy waa
demolished. The man's skull was
fractured anl left arm and right hip
were broken. He Is a prominent farm
r, fifty years of age.
R. B. WINDHAM
I'latuitmuth : : Nebraska.
Probate, Commercial Law, Real
And rorei'Kwuro of Mortxiws a Specialty
b Dorm'c Pocffiiirnnh 8
1 5idShort Order House ij
Mealij Served at Regular
8 (IN SE
S Fish or anything
8 GIVE US A
P. UTTERBACK, Proprietor
North Sld0 Main Strtet
Bottled in Bond.
16 tbc. Cheapest
in tbc EnM
Poor Whisky is not only dis.
agreeable to taste, but undoubted
ly injurious to the stomach. A lit
tie good Whisky is a fine tonic and
helps instead of harming. Such
Whiskies ns Yellowstone, for in
stance, will do you just as much
good as a doctor's prescription. If
you don't know how good it is
cotno in and try it.
GuckenlieimenRyfl,. per gallon.
Yellowstone, " " .
Honey Dew, " " .
Big Horn, " " .
. 4 00
. 3 00
. 2 00
- - - - NEBRASKA
POSITION tor middle aged lady
In this County to act as our
representative. One with some
knowledge of medicine preferred.
Apply with references to the Med
ical Research Co., Paxton Block.
No Matter How Nice
Your House Appears
From the outside, if it is furnished with out-of-date
broken and scratched Furniture it doesn't measure
up to what your home should be. We have every-
thiiKf vnii r.n n think if in f
W.....J, - -
furqiture ot)d Ijoiise Furnishings
New goods coming in daily. Come in and look our
store through when you get ready.
Sattler A Fassbender
) EMBALMERS AND UNDERTAKERS
Sixth Street, Between Main and Pear Sts.
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