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VOL. 13. NO. 44. - PLATTSJIOUTH, XEBRASKA. THUHSDAT. OCTOBER 25. 1894. . 81.00 ,r SEJSSAIVce.
' Our Choice for United States Senator W. J. BRYAN.
Horse-Thief Henry Smith Lacking In
His Mental Makeup.
A HIGH SALARIED OFZICIAL.
AHionvr lluttuii'a Claim Fur
Sulary Create Conilr-
nble Adver Coiument Vrl- ,
fn Other .Imting.
The insane- commission finished its
investigation late Friday afternoon
as to the case of Henry Smith, the
horse-ltiief. and held that he was in
sane, and 'consequently a tit subject
for incarceration at the state insane
asjlum at Lincoln. Cass county is
thus saved the expense of conducting
the prosecution against the man.
Smith escapes a penitentiary sentence,
but the nature of his insanity is said
to he such that he will never be cured,
and his confinement in the asylum will
therefore be of !olj duration.
Smith was taken to the asylum on
Wednesdav of this week.
Cumin innionrr Dntton'M Salary.
Quite a few of the voters and tax
payers took especial pains to notice
County Commissioner Diitton's claim
for salary tiled and allowed at the
regular meeting of the board early in
the month. Dutton's claim exceeded
that of Mes s. Haves and Young
combined with several dollars as a
margin. It is said that Mr. Dutton
claims that tie put in most of the time
in writing out orders for poor people,
but the recoid of orders refutes his
statement positively, for the orders
are so few in number that it was
utterly impossible for him to justly
earn any such sum as contained in his
bill. Mr. Dutton might have been
about the court house almost every
day in September waiting for people to
petition for county assistance, but
people acquainted with the commis
sioner's habits know that most of his
time-is put in at-playing cards in a
room next to the board's office or in
warming a chair in the office? of the
county clerH. Perhaps it is perfectly
legitimate for Mr. Dutton to expect
pay for the time he devotes to card
playin?, but Hie people will hardly
concur in that opinion. If Mr. Dutton
expects a re-election on that' kind of
platform he will be badly left in No
vember On behalf of Mr. Young The Jour
will state that he stated his ob
jections at the board meeting to Mr.
Dutton's practices, and at the next
meeting he proposes to have his views
made a part of the minutes of the
The Ferris wheel has been a srt of
white elephant on the hands of the
owners ever since the world's fair. It
paid very well there, but since they
have not know n what to do with it.
It is now proposed to take it to New
York and turn it into a sort of gigantic
elevator to carry people lo a roof gar
den and skating rink, which will be
the highest in the world. The plan
is to erect the wheel as it stood in
Chicago. Outside of the wheel and
trellis work will be four steel columns.
These columns will run closer together
as they ascend until the top is reached,
290 feet, where a steel platform 200
feet square will be constructed. As
cending from four corners of the plat
form will be four more steel columns,
running up 40 feet to a pyramid tower,
protected by a railing, which will serve
as an observatory. In summer the
platform will be open and used for a
roof garden. In winter it will be
closed in with glass and heated with
steam. Mr. Ferris believes the plat
form wiil be sufficiently large to allow
room for a stage and orchestra when
it is desired to use it as a roof garden.
Alva Chamber!, the man charged,
tried and convicted of having com
mitted a criminal assault upon Pearl
Russell, a child four years of age, was
up in the oimhial court of Douglas
c unty FiiJay for sentence
Chambers is man fifty-three years of
age, and last spring, when he was
charged with the crime of which he
has since been convictefl.it was by a
mere accident that he escaped being
lynched. In passing sentence Judjre
Scott gave the prisoner the full limit
y of the law.it being twenty years at
hard labor, with a portion of the
same to be spet in solitary confine
ment. C vinty Attorney Travis was in town
Satnrday nigut renewing old acquain
tances and forming new ones. Mr.
Travis is the democratic candidate for
re-election and the Echo can find
naught to say against his official
but much might be said in his
True Ife is a democrat and not
,i our stripe politically, but Honor be
unto him unto whom honor is due,
and Mr. Travis' recordis ope that the
people of this county neettnot be
ashamed of. Elmwocj Echo.
flampifttH" Are Hooted.
The'outfit of "rump" democrats who
have been endeavoring to pawn oil the
ticket headed by Stnidevant for gov
ernor as the retfu lar democratic t cket,
were eou.pletely let down by the su
preme court Thuisoay. The full find
ing of the court i as follows:
Tlie knockout blow for the "rump"
ticket wits delivered by the judges of
the supreme court today, when the
following decision was handed down:
State of Nebraska ex rel, P. 11.
Stutdevant et a against John C. Allen,
secretary of state: It is sought by the
record in tl is proceeding to present
for determination the following ques
tions 1. Is the power of the secretaiy of
stale with respect to certilicates of
nomination under the provisions of
our ballot law, chapter xxiv,.'aws of
1891, limited to matters of form only,
or does the act in question confer upon
hitu authority to inquire iuto the ir
regularity of nominations or the au
thority of the convention making
2. Does the law authorize the print
ing more than once on the official bal
lot of the names of candidates nomi
nated by different parties or by petition?
Answering the first question stated,
it may be said that the power of the
secretary, when objection is made to
any certificate filed with him. to de
termine from extrinsic evidence
whether or not such certificate is
fraudulent, and whether the nomina
tion therein certified was made by a
convention or assemblage of voters, in
good faith, claiming to represent a
party which cast the requisite number
of votes at the last election, is plainly
implied from the act.
2. The power of the secretary to
decide between two candidates or sets
of candidates nominated by rival con
ventions, claiming to represent the
same political party, is not represented
by thii record, and is not decided.
It appearing that the secretary of
state upon hearing of objections duly
ma Je, rejected the certificates of the
relators, this court will assume, there
being neither allegation nor proof to
the contrary, that sufficient ground ex
isted for such objection.
Answering the second question, we
say our ballot law eviiientlj contem
plates that the name of each cand date
shall appear but once on the official
ballot, followed by sued political
designations as correspond with the
uominatiou papers i n file with the of
ficer charged with the tiuty of printing
and distributing them. 1 1 follows
that there exists no authority fur the
printing of the names thereon more
Kouita All Hight.
We;ilag Water Eagle.
Alvu, Neb., Oct. 6, 1894.
Korrou Eagle: As the leport is
out over the county that 1 have left
the independent party and will vote
the republican ticket, I wish to say
through your paper that the report is
without foundation. 1 voted my last
republican ticket eighteen years ago.
and am now in my fiftieth year, and
to commit such a blunder row would
be worse than suicide. My tight
against fusion was made on general
nrincinles and ended when our con
vention adjourned. Neither was it a
personal fight against Mr. Allen or
m - T i .
air. .-vicaig. i nave Known oir. Allen
for fifteen years. Lave been associated
with him in political and alliance
wort, have seen him tried and nrnvon
true. Have known Mr. McCaig for a
quarter of a centurv, know him as a
LI . . - . t . .
en tieuian auu iieaieo as gucu oyrjim.
I shall fitirmort the ticket from ton tn
bottom as against Thurston and
boodleism. I hope my friends will see
the necessity of dome the same.
Yours , for the middle of the road
when the smoke clears awav.
3 . P. Rouse.
The office of county attorney is one
of the judiciary. The office of the dis
trict judge is filled by one of the ablest
judges in the state. lie is a republi
can. The office of county attorney for
the last four years has been filled by a
democrat, and successfully fo. The
office of county attorney is completely
equipped with books, library and
clerical assistance, and everything is
attended to carefully even to the
smallest de ail. II. D Travis is a
democrat, but as long as the office is
connected with the court It ought not
to be a political one. and is not. We
believe t hat the republicans can afford
to retain him in office. Elmwood Echo,
The small, oval-shaped bugs which
are in our midst are known as the
' box elder," a tree heretofore almost
entirely free of pests of any kind. In
many portions of the -state considera
ble injury has been done to the trees,
but the bugs have arrived in there
parts too late in the season tn hurt the
foliage. They may be getting ready
for a lively campaign next spring.
The state entomologist ha desci ibed
the new bug in a special bulletin, and
recommends spraying trees with a
kerosene mixture to discourage his in
tentions. Glen wood Times.
Constipation and sick headache per
manently curt x and piles prevent
ny Japanese y Pellets; especyfT
adapted t'ctL .'a us--' '
fricke & Co. J -
TO THK JOIKXAL'S" fit I EftDS .
Circumstances over which I
have no control, but which point
strongly in the direction of per
secution for 'political effect, have
caused a temporary suspension of
the Daily, and partially of the
4 Weekly Journal." . Primarily, of
course, such a thing could not
have occurred save for the fact
that the office was in debt, but j
the fact of its being in debt gave
the opportunity for the political
enemies of the paper and the
principles it contends for to
pounce upon it and cause its sus- i
About a year ago I borrowed
from the Citizens' bank $2,oot
chiefly to pay labor bills, giving
the bank a chattel mortgage on
the office, with the tacit under
standing that by keeping the in
terest paid up I would not be dis
turbed. The closing of the bank,
of course, made it impossible to
continue that loan there. But
that fact did not necessitate the
taking of harsh measures to col
lect that money. The fact that
the affairs of the bank fell into
hands adverse to the paper caused
all haste to be made in that di
rection, and proceedings were at
once instituted to foreclose the
mortgage and close the office,
through the agency of the D. &M.
The office also owed some
taxes which were delinquent and
the county authorities, insti
gated, I believe, in the interest of
the republican candidate for
county commissioner, began pro
ceedings to collect the same by
The office was also indebted to
Mr. John Fitzgerald for rent, and
his attorney is T. M. Marquette,
the chief attorney for the B. & M.
railway, and he began suit at once
to try and give us more trouble.
The fact that the haste of the
receiver of the Citizens' bank in
his foreclosure proceedings has
been actuated by political con
siderations, we believe, for three
No other debtor has been pro
ceeded against so harshly; second,
Mr. Parmele, the largest of the
bank's creditors, has been en
deavoring to prevent me from
borrowing the money necessary
to meet the obligations; and,
third, the declaration of Byron
Clark that he wished me to under
stand that I could not run the
paper through the campaign with
out first settling the claim of the
The hasty action of the county
treasurer may be appreciated
when it is known that the Herald
has paid no taxes for many years,
and has changed hands several
times, and the News has never
paid a cent of taxes..
Now, I appeal to all the friends
of "The Journal," who are in its
debt for help to the extent of
their ability, or at least to the ex
tent of their accounts, and to do
so AT ONCE. A dollar now
may be worth five dollars some
I have made arrangements' for
a temporary loan to bridge over
present troubles and hope to get
out of debt entirely by the pay
ment to us of what is due us.
It woujd be a shame and dis
grace to the friends of reform and
of honest politics in Cass county
to permit this newspaper to go to
the wall at the instigation of the
enemies of democracy and of hon
C. VV. Sherman.
Take Off tlie Horn.
The undersigned is now ready, with
arpod portable chute and tools, to re
move the useless weapons of horned
cattle at ten cents per head. If those
who wish to have such work done will
address me at Hock Bluffs. Neb., thev
fill be promptly answered.
4M S. L. Fir ii long.
An African In l.ove. I
Edgar Stanley, an Omaha colored
man. is nursing his wounded love in
durance vile. Edgar is a colored man
who beciime enamored of an esti
ni ible MiKiig lady employ ed iu one of
0uaha'tf large department stoics. In
s.-ine way he learned her name, and
twit:- meeting her on the street made
indecent proposnls. Then he began
writing letters. This was reported to
the police, and Chief of Detectives.
Ilnzen answered the letters in the
naniH of the young lady. The colored
man was anxious to meet her, so the
trap was laid for him Fridiy after
noon it -lefff rsou square. The young
lad w'nii' h heavy black eil.and not
ki'ow;ng then that Stanley was the
tnaii who had insulted her, she?
through the detective, had written to
h.tve him wear a buntonnaire so lie
would be recognized. They met. The
colored man was wearing a magnifi
cent bright red rose. So absorbed was
he in his conquest in love that he al
lowed himself to be led across the
striet, where the detectives stepped
from their hiding place and seized him.
They then had to fight to protect him
from thi girl's father. Stanley is a
coal-black neirio of about thirty-Jive,
and evidently will have a hard road to
The man who was smothered in a
well at Louisville' Wednesday after
noon was Charles, not .James, Mc
Neely, and he was agt-d about thirty
years His death was a most tragic
and heartrending affair, and one that
u'ukeii-ad all the sympathies of the
community. McNeely years ago had
been a pretty tough boy, but of late
years he has been a hard-working. hon
est fellow, who deserved the good
opinion of his neighbors.
There is more catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable,
for a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and pres
cribed local remedies, and bv con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced itincurable. Science
has proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured bv F. J.
Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the mar
ket. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts
directlv on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for anv case it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testi
F. J. Ciien'ky. & Co.. Toledo, O.
3TSold by druggists, 75c.
License to wed was issued in county
court Saturday to Rev. Wilhelm Mahler
and Miss Louisa Catenhusen. The
former is a resident of Perkins county
and the prospective bride is the
daughter of IUv. Catenhusen. the
well known Manley minister.
Farm for Male.
A well improved farm of 160 acres,
situated 2 i miles west of Mynard, six
miles southwest of Plattsmouth and
six miles northwest of Murray. Has a
good nine room house, also a tenant
house, cood barn with hay mow, single
roof shed sixty feet long, hog house,
feed lots, double corn crib with a
capacity of 4,500 bushels, good bear
ing orchard also 500 young apple trees,
two wells andcistern, windmill, cellar,
cave, etc.. All surrounded with a
3 strand wire fence. One of the most
desirable farms in Cass county. In
quire of or address
Will T. Uichardson,
d-3t-w-tf Mynard, Neb.
Sarpy county will give Holcomb one
thousand majority. If the republican
voters throughout the state shall re
pudiate Majors as they are doing here
in Sarpy county, Holcomb will have
sixty thousand majority in this state.
Paul Daniels, a Caspar, Wyoming,
stockman, was slugged and robbed of
31,635 in South Omaha the other night.
No trace of the thieves has been dis
covered and the authorities have little
hope of recovering the money. The
locality where the slugging took place
is the toughest in South Omaha and
has been the scene of many robberies
and a few cold blooded murders in
days gone by.
Two Livua Lost.
The town of Dorchester was the
scene of a sad railway accident Fri
day. While Mrs. Mary Sawyer and
two daughters, aged 16 and IS res
pectively, were driving over the B. &
M. tracks, about one-half mile east of
that town Friday afternoon they
were struck by a fast stock train and
the mother and younger daughter in
stantly killed, and the other daughter
seriously injured. The train men
swear that the train was running at
the rate of about twenty-five miles an
hour and that the engineer blew the
whistle and rang the bell just before
reach'ng the crossing. Their testimony
in regard to blowing tVv whistle and
ringing the bell is "dieted by a
large number oti ftowerenear
the'erossing flv of tLe acci-
c 'V j-v a widow and
',wo daughters and a
fends and relatives
A Reader AU Some Oueatlon.
Wkeping Wateii, Neb., Oct. 21,
1894. Editor Journal We have
heard so much lately of the immacu
late Mr. Dutton, the cuiuti commis
iniiei,ihe we poor mortals out here
wii.i elected two other citizens to help
him run the county, would like to ask
a few questions. The News says he
has saved the county thousands of dol
lars by examining cases of reliel before
they were allowed. We thought two
othrcommissionera had something to
say about claims. If Mr. Dutton is
so careful abo it overcharges in
in county mattert why does he, as com
missioner, pass his own claim for
nearly three times as mm li as his as
sociates claim for like seivices? Last
mouth bis claim on the con it y was
$54. while the claim of Mr. Hayes, who
travels from Elmwood. a distance of
about 35 miles, was only $20; and the
claira of George Young, who travels
about 24 miles, was only 919.60. Is
Mr. Dutton always in session? Is this
the wav he saves (?) the people thous
ands of dollars? When anyone asks
Mr. Dutton a question about county
affairs he evidently charge s the county
a day's work (13) for giving advice.
The taxpayers out here are tired of
having their money filched by such a
presumptious official. This is only a
sample of one month. Figure this up
for two years at $3. 25 per week excess
of salary and it will be found that
$8-58 of the county's money wrongfully
goes into Mr. Dutton's pockets. Do
you want him re-elected, dear people?
This has nothing to do with his guar
dianship of the court house. Will Mr.
Dutton please answer these questions
for the voter's information.
In this country it is not only the
right but it is the duty of every man
to do his own thinking and his own
voting. This is the plan upon which
a free government is based. The re
publican party has had for its rallying
cry for years "a free ballot and a fair
count." A free ballot is one wherein
every man is permitted to vote as he
thinks best, without coercion or inter
ference from every source. When
men are told, however, that it is their
duty to vote as their employers dictate
or choose to think, on a threat of a
loss or curtailment of employment.
that ballot is not free, but is part of
the machinery of the employer. The
man who casts it is a creature, a ser
vant, a servile satrap, a slave more
of a slave, in fact, than the negro of
the south used to be, for the master
could not use him as a voting machine.
And as to the employer who would use
such a power to coerce his employers,
he is no better than the czar of Russia.
Here's a tyrant who would make an
archists out of every self-respecting,
liberty-loving man in his employ.
Suppose a man who loved his country
and its free institutions as a priceless
jewel were employed by such a tyrant.
and after a threat were made that if
he didn't vote so and so his job of work
would be taken from him and he would
be thrown out on the world at the open
ing of winter, with a wife and little
children depending for bread upon his
labor, and suppose that in defiance of
such a threat he goes ahead and votes
to carry out his own convictions of
right and public duty, and that then
those threats of his employers should
be carried out, would it be surprising
if that man should become an an
archist and join with others in the
slaughter of capitalists in general and
of the authors of his miseries in par
ticular? We ask these questions for
men to think about before the election
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If every advertisement of a certain
article contained some bright idea or
remark, people would get into the
habit of reading them just as they
would the productions of a contribu
tor to the reading columns.
How to secure votes by saving time,
talk and expense is by treating your
friends to a clean, pleasant smoke of
Buds cigars. Poor, mean cigars will
gain no friends for you. Pepperberg's
Buds will suit all political ideas and
will secure your election to office sure.
Buds cigars are for sale by all popular
cigar dealers. Costs you no more than
In Otoe county marriage is evidently
a failure. The docket for their coming
term of district court contains nine
teen divorce suits, and the clerk of
court is even kicking because there are
Buy the improved Singersewing ma
chine. Anton Trillity, local agent,
office in Unruh's furniture store.
The Jouunl needs all the money
that is its due on subscrip
tion and advertising. All who know
themselves in our debt will much
oblige us by payinj? up at We.
COMMIT this to memory
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Our Furniture line Is complete in every detail
An investigation la certain to convince.
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moil. Genuine sold only by
F. G. Fricke & to.. Druggists.
The Plattsmouth Mills,
C. HEISHL. Prop.
This Mill hag been rebuilt, nd furnished with
jnatuiLcry ui me oesi mnnutacture
In the world. Their
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Prof. L. D. Towards, of Preston,
Idaho, says: "1 was all run down,
weak, nervous and irritable through
overwork. 1 suffered from brain fa
tigue, mental depression, etc. I be
came so weak and nervous that I
could not sleep, I would arise tired,
discouraged and blue. I began taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and now everything is changed. I
sleep soundly, I feel bright, active
and ambitious. I can do more in one
day now than I used to do in a week.
For this great good I give Dr. Miles
Restorative Nervine the sole credit.
Dr. Miles Nervine Is sold on a positive
guarantee that the first bottle will benefit.
AlldruRistasellitat 41,6 bottles for to, or
It will be sen t. prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Milts Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind.
Sold by all druggists.
bow (ring),will nevr have oc
casion to use this I ime-honored
cry. It is the Jnly bow that
cannot be twistvd off the case,
and is found jonly on Jas.
Boss Filled and other watch
cases stamped with
this trade mark.
A watch case opener, which will save jour
finger nails, sent Iree on request.
Keystone Watch Case Co
Mrs. J. Benson,
READ THESE PRICES
Ladies' Skirts from 75c. to $14.40.
Ladies' Waists from 50c to $3.50.
Narrow Val. Laces from 15c per
Butter Cream and Black Laces in
Bordon and other styles from 10c a
yard to the finest quality. Our stock
is very large and no old goods on our
We make a specialty of Ribbons and
Good quality Gloria Silk Sun Um
brellas from tl.00 to $5.00.
Specially low prices on Ladies' and
Children's Hoiseiy and Underwear.
We have many lines of Ladies' Fancy
Goods, not kept in other stores.
We are giving special prices in
In short, we make special prices in
Come in or order by MAIL. We
will give your order prompt and care
ful attention. ,
MRS. J. BENSON,
1519 Douglas St., near 16th,
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Anywhere, - - - $ 25 Bicycle 812.50
To Any one - - - 50 Bicycle 25.00
All Styles and Prices, 75 Bicycle 37.60
Save Dealers' Profits 125 Bicycle 62.50
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