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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1895)
The Plattsmonth Journal
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
C. W. SHERMAN, Editor.
TERMS FOR. DAILY.
One copy one year. In adTance, by mall.. .15 Oil
One copy tlx month. In advance, by mall, 2M
Une copy one month. In advance, by mall, so
One copy, by carrier, per week
Published every afternoon except Sunday.
Single cpjr, one year II 00
Single copy, aJx months
rabliahed every Thursday
Payable In advance
Entered at the postoffice at riatumouth, Ne
braska, as second class matter.
Tiiese Wall Street times are
lovely for anything.
Is it true that human life is cheaper
than a small amount of property?
Mi:. Polk, how does it seem to be
long to a Kourbonixed party, any way?
Where is that affidavit showing up
Mr. Davies as a corruptionist, Mr.
The election of Judge liroady to the
mayoralty of Lincoln is generally con
ceded as altogether probable.
If the beet sugar bills becomes a law
it will be a mill-stone about the neck
of every man who voted for it.
There are those who want the
United States to acquire Cuba by con
quest, and Senator Frye is one of the
The U. S. Circuit court at Portland
has decided that the Oregon Saort Line
cannot be separated from the Union
Uncle Sam is worrying a good deal
over European complications in Cen
tral America just cow. The IJIue
ilelds matter is not yet settled.
TnE Nws voices the fear tluvt per
ades the republican mind when it ex
presses the hope that tho republican
ladies will not vote for Mr. Cummins.
American carpet3, American boots
and shoes and now American cloths
are competing in England for the lo
cal trade of that country. No protec
tion is needed.
A year ago some people found fault
with Mr.Gutsehe's figures and plan of
of economizing in city affairs, but by
this time some of them are ready to ad
mit he was right.
The sales of the little book called
Coin's Financial School now aggregate
more than 7,000 a day, and it is con
verting to bimetallism four out of five
of all those who read and study it.
The Cow the KngUsh Are Milklnir.
Tho Loudon Statist says that "the
high rate of interest asked for by the
United States loan is due to the belief
that further loans will soon be needed,
aud if the president refuses to borrow
and congress does not act properly
gold will go to a premium and disap
pear from circulation. This will be
followed by a panic in Wall street and
the money-market, and business will
be paralyzed until the elections next
Mr. Polk; has made lifa a burden to
him and caused him to grow stoop
shouldered within the past nine or ten
months all because he was the pos
sessor of that awful levelation made
by O. M. Peterson "showing how much
money John A. Davies had paid to
Tiik Journ al for its infiuenee.M How
his patriotic heart must have been
wrung with agony at the dreadful
thought that this corrupter of a fellow
newspaper man should peek and 41b-
year are over, luo true remeuy loriiain the noMiuaiion or his patty to the
the currency crisis ii a loan to call in J lofty position of representative, ami
and cancel the greenbacks. that he, as the publisher of a party
organ, should not only be obliged to
The Plattsmonth News of last (cherish this awful secret in his manly
week makes some disclosures which breast, but must support such a vile
would be very serious if ihey were not w retch nnd print his name daily ch ar
ridiculous, and, as it U niut have through the campaign. Such velf-
causeda smile from every reader of sacrifice in the interest of party bar-
thir rv,,,r It ,UO' aml fr Vi' W?e9 (at the B IO
"We have in our possession an a Hi
rilice of public purity and personal res-
davit made by (). M. Peterson which l'1) ,llefits uX oalIs fin n,t' miitt',i
shows how much money Mr. Rtvies commendation of his fellow par-
paid Ti'K JoruNAL for its influence at tortus. True. Mr. Folk brother w as
atime when Mr. Peterson was in the OM lht, sn,)U, ticket with Mr. Davies.
employ of that paper." Jlm ,,,, vlvctiiin lmist havl, L,t.M im.
And then it add- that it had "in- leri;0,i iy disclosure, but that fact
tended to say no more about the mat- only adde.i to the agmy of mind he
ter,"aud intimates that if The Joi'i:- was called en tn endure. .Now that
nai. don't hush it will out with the Mr. D ivies h is been eleetrd and has
whole business. All of wh'ch sounds not shown an appreciative spirit, ig
verv funnv. and would make a horse I inning all sense of sacrifice Mr. Polk
laugh to hear it. And who is ). M.
Peterson, forsooth '? Isn't he the party
who disclosed the dark side of Mr.
Polk's dual life with such horrid
vividness, and for which Mr. Polk de
nounced him a? nr. worthy of belief.
When the same man had growu m
low in the scale of honorable men that
he would go into the employ of the
man whom his disclosures disgraced,
of course he was ready to make afTda
vit to anything.
Hut that is ouly on the side. If Mr.
Polk has any such affidavit and lie be
lieved in it himself he must have kai
it ever siuce last spring, and the won
der is that he hasn't printed it before
this not because it affected the editor
his made in his and the party' behalf,
of course the great editor has a right
to cpo.e the infamous means by
which Mr. Davies obtained the inihi-
ence of this newspaper. CIo on. Mr.
Polk, and relieve your mind, by all
means. I.t the public have the afVi-
i-Mr. isto nr. .! vi:it.
I'riitorritt if CoticrcKotiM'ii kh A MhuI
Cento - Dr-t-Iarr tlx .M m.ry 0tiitlitt
Will lii Hi IJitll. Cry nt
The m rgmhcent reception atconUd
Mr. I'ryan at th Funke opera house
last evening, on his return to Lincoln
from four years of service as a public
Micial, was a deered tribute to him
as a man nnd as a representative. The
News political tel. ets diuVr very ma
le ria!!y fum Um-of Mr. l!i yan, hut
it has always recognized in him a man
of brain, who had the courage of hi
convictions, who was huneit and
of The Jol-unal, but for the reason strauM-forwaui ever inj.litics and
that it showed corruption ou the part who.se ability has brought honor to
of Mr. Davies, who was a candidate cf himself, his citv and state. His whole
his party for nomination and ele.-tion career has teen untainted bv even the
to the legislature. slighte.-i .-candal, and he comes br.ek
Having evidence iu his possession lo take his place in lb ranks of pri-
that convicted Davies of bnterv. Polk cmzeiiMni. 10 woik lor ine up-
W'a-iiinutos, Mir-h a. --Tin 'lemoei .uic sil
vrr iMnnlfrt. wlia h run l.ceti llie cl.lef t.le
of talk tin that l,o of tin' holm.' for 11 few 1 l s,
wit mu-Ic !i!il! Krl lny, While it tut l.rcii
jri'neru'.ly I r-; 1 .1 1 ol for th (.u-'.'U rutlwii of
liieinl'crH. then tvm n-i ulU-.n-'t t i oocurv ulutui
tun tnilll a l-i le hour, Id'chunm the f-rlme nmv
im In the igniter ere iiikIim 1.11 whet her to fill 1
a eitUfiiN for illseuxfclori of the miller r to '
1 r kiKiiaturf h or Uu ilirci tl) to th- public.
In eoiul.lerntlin i f tl.r cli tt tln.e left m J the
J'rei!ii' of I'Uiin v.. it ni l(-terinli.f jut to
tiHvett -otifi'ifin e. Kf ire4t!ittl e from tif
teen lititte h iltifI the 1eeltirtli-ii nt the liiKtntn e
of Mr. Ur an of Ne-r:i!iit. hut tho e anvil I so
frtt very iiKT.ni j.K-te ul I hp llt of fcluuer will
not h niK'le j-ut'lie Tnilll It I c-. tn j lete. Tin
'HMLr I k follow :
Wc. tht tiii'lerlj:iH'l tlriiiiierdN. rt-Mut for
your t in!.erniloti the follow Ins MnteiiH-m:
Wt h.'lievi that the iwliO.H-htm M t.f koI.I n
l ho on I y 1.1. . net ry t it lolar-I. nl I he elluiliintlt.il
(filter its k full le'-inl t.iil-r iirny will ln
ereu't tht j-urehn!!! uvt er of cm li iJol!r, hhl
to the hur lou of nil ijehti. ih'i-'i e the liinrki t
itiue of !l other forms nf (,-rnj erty. roiillniM?
mi. I lulei .lfy t.tii!i.- tf Teiti mi l Cliitlly
leiltlfv the I'm jority of the .! to I.liHU'lrtl
W? I'vllevt no I'fity fftu l.oj-e for t-n luflr.i;
ui- In the t nl'.e-l Mnli oi n It ilvo
i te-it ln;le t;o! l ktti.!itr.l. thut the it-lvo-(
Ji. r of '.); li (jintli. In! Ji.ilii y vo:ihl h -f'-
U!!y to m rtv wlil. h, like the 'Iomik ratio
I rty. etlve I Vi.unk' treii ;lli fr..p thoi-c
w ho niiy t ilhout ri-j-roiti h ho et'lol tin fim
i'!oa j-e.''ie; nu-l v -o!m to tho n t hvit.iin
K'fi-.it ff tho parly hi to the ;
-.ro l-e l hy the trio t, the ,e;',:iihr o I ltl : 1
l- trio t:il t;ore uuali I Uii roict nvc !ut the
l.'i'." of iJ '. 1 l .i'i N. J r if that the 1' l;l M'mllC
parly rami .1 l o l-r j-.iht I l.'io i j-orl t f the
iCoU -1 ; : '. 1 jwj'U-jr
TAlCAMOi NT I-l i: IN 1 ;
We heiiotr tliit tho 1'iojn-y !'i-';!"ti l r
the j rminHit.t lt.e In l Kfi-1 w .I'. o reiits In
ti-iU: It t kt U1 I j the lntell..-u. e m.!
t nt (f t!;e Ai::rii i! t.i'.-r.
We l.etiete lro Mftjority of the ! -: i- rt
.( the Tuilil MIct fnti r ! It.v I -:: r: mo! ten I
iti' ttv-ft'i ..ii!r ! e e.-t;:e i 1 y the re! rttloii f
the try v K's-1 liilitnU S tluv no -f I aiel .J
t er h t t ho j.r.-i-l:'. r t !. ft ! tt e that !h"t
i,-. ; ;i:y h !..':"'! t t il ti,;i-t lo -:;-
Carpets and Rugs.
For the Spring Trade we
have replenished our Stock
of Carpets and Rugs at prices
to tempt anyone needing
goods in this line.
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t.'- l t!.o ':
We I. :! e: ti. tl.. !'t:i ( u: 'j t
::::u tU-ir j .)vi-r t tV !ar; of if -or
t;,.; ttii.ri isi.t lit ti,r !.e -ta--'rtle J
r ' t ; i e Jvfttfii.if ot i: : !;o -' ; 1! - h
We Have the Stock
To select from in Cotton
Chain 2-plys, all Wool 2
plys, all Wool 3-plys, Body
Brussels and Moquettes.
Our Rugs are well select
ed and lower than ever in
POLES and FIXTURES
and WINDOW SHADES.
5e I rvfor i;t . I : to-! v rv
'ft h.'!.I! :iff '.'i r !..-!r
(try t!;t i!-ir.o
. :.t ; :;'. t; '!
lr: (. nli- n:; ; i ert
o- of tho it -; ;i .ihii 'i t thl
f-B luvuey to Tde Journal j
for its intlaence and that O. M. Peter
son knew about it all the time.
building of his adopted city . No city
can have too many hone.st and able
men, of whatever pat ty. and the peo
ple of lncoln generally will be clad to
know that th tempting bails. ofTeied
hii:i to locate el.4tv !;ere were not pow
erful enough toscductt hint from nUe
triance t Lincoln. I.inrohi New
Uut with itf ungallant
ny ail means. In eommnn -;!. i,,.lcitv i.-iv. ..... .
...... , .-v im) i r IKlfi r.trf.-
has kept his party in ignorance of the
vile character of its candidate. It
Ifcks as if the publication of that ai!i-
d ivit now would be like the finding of J
a last year's birds-nest, but as a matter
of curiosity we should like for Mr.
Polk to print it. Publish it bv all
.VvU'I.cve t.'.Aiih r--i 1 f c if 1 5 j sr'.y
(i-.';M ftl u:ki a-.-rt (hi i iv!tf hi th .'.rsiii
mth-j'ttty .;! !- e !: oti re :-l 2it fvor of
l" ir.:: -e-lUte t!oe'!. ti i ! tl.i f rtf m ! t::i
!;;-,ii!e J nil.li-r ' ; .!!,!: 1 -,Ut T ! ".h.'' -few :.t
l- 1. i''h r,t-.f.t ; t-!tot ! r! to
'.I t .i : t i r-k f.-r !he ahl or c.-i-.-t ;jJ cf
r;; of I
t olher ti
n:tli So!'! i:i'l niltrr :n to
!. r t t a 1 '. ' i. j .-iv::.- .-!
vnviaifio e'Uj ce I
TnE Southern exposition at Atlanta
promises to be a grand affair. Pre
parations oa a broad scale are going
Democracy stand for reform. Na
tionally it would wipe out every class
forward, and state exhibits are not privilege an,J ive free coinage of
Ixiii r I.. it.
PUbll WA dl'lll ixv,.!! Si l . . . T'll-t iru ,f,.M . .
....... lllt ll3 jhj ui icaiion j ",l ""'"'i toirusia woman w:h
mi unens-3 anxietr .im intrt I Tonsii)i;u v an.I innit&.i
t, t iir;4 irrip
sentatnes. City dern,m?a n
..... . "i
will! the tinit-.s. Thev reco-nl f...
aci mat i s-chool niatters women tak..
greater interest than men and uin
likely to be confined to those of the PoIJ aDj siWe r. Locally it stands for ?eH, ' lt the chnnl inte,, s are not
south. I reform nn,r t, . . neglected or made seeond-irv c.t i: i.
uiuii, i tifiu economy re- i . - iimi
'f,i,.tt ... ... "on, re I b-ismess interests. Vf.!.,.n-.i .....
W I tr ... . -i ... w turct, nuoilC Oolicrattnnt. In . ... riu-
iiuul uas orten been so i- n,fl . ..." itic.iaue renub icans will ,...t r,.n
cited to stand fnr "I"'" warus it Has nearer wo-snrh i.i".... , .
i-r.Jt " : ' uut uever sented a stronr . V" '"rsnip, but will
" ruseal-1Ie 13 oneofthe for rftnnri?mo -' r UIU,U" nie ,.oran,i stoten-
u iue in uie city and will make a I .... ,f . v"' 1 ,UI" atr .1. oorougri, a lady v.ho i3 eminentlr
" num me nrst wardl., ' """ick in n""rn mi a posuimi of far irr.ir
m 1 rr ra I I iR lillli ll.n I .1... t . I - i-. - - .
..7 o I'uu. i mo titivei is Unexcentiona! in I iPiiMlulitv tlian II. -.t t .t , . .. ..
Strength .-irii! rorr..-.i;. .. . I rt.r '' '
srMTi.r I . -iir. t . rimes I
SENATOR M. .ALLKV (roa I t;irwia f.- . .
uau-i ..... n,k IC-CifL-Linn lim or r.. ,l
. ... v rt"i in,,.,!.... . . .
i'rrvjujr tu me l ariic"
All covereil nr. .. ;
wonaer Carnegie hec;i
W - r : i .1.-1 loi': ; .u ft r t!.i!.i!.t xl
I '.;. ah-'t f -t fuft't . .; ! :hr:ii.Jt -
t-'t t.fT ui: 1 I '...;.',' iix ' r ( w is j ot, t h- ;-rtj-L.r
r 4 ;. ' i ! .i; . i u:ft all new-jut-JiT l:i hr
t.:oiiy w Ith the el oVf ! :.!.';! j -li y to j l-.rf ii
nt the lira 1 .f Ihv c-lIW.r.'i! r"!::ir.;t an ! .!
- . .... .. t , ... , . ( . . r.
Newest Goods at
E. 6. DOYEY a SOI
qaetted last evening at the J.indell
in I that he )il nt .
Lincoln, about three hundred ,, c, Z lie . " " I' A"! u.ra,nal,on- naval frauds y
euest- n4tntin . ":.J . . " . " "cine m council Jence
......Jff .ji least
big sum for a
Tm " r T - .
. :-. ... w"eitran and made an PTitam . . ti, -
.,1 ... . . linn lUJIIP ail CTPi.llonl i . I T , ,,... ...
aim n n. mu any good to anvbedv er- ot.i ' . no is i"' 01 tne Press, and its
cept the rich men who grabbed it, no AwiiVu Mr.
Mr nirwlri ii - , council. v,.eveianu was not enamored of the
iWU " U,e nmiMf,ct di,liked it o
a stlgmarrJon -c!l that he refund to fllg jt. v.
a good man to run aain Tl 'i ! "T WM ,,nIsht', l "vy fine for
'iM bea pretty rarn " iraini committed.
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H. I. Mtii;v, MJ.,!,.;r j
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T. .I. TKAIT. s,,.h f--i. . '
A. M -AMINi:riI.i H'lf.,rti
w M i:owi:k. s..rtU iMr,,:;,,,
AM')..IOs;rif. N-.w. M.-il
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j i i ' n i.ivi.
I tn le I.! 'ii.x .
.... ' 5 1,5 M.lt. H,,,,.! vv
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... i . f .. . .. . "nie
'"il.lon.hawn.'.jr .ifornH.- ttiththv
r .-, a'ly i-..iii,,-.rRl,,
beyond n peradv ejttni e. t nt he had no: 1 Magi-et rheinu al Co.
c.ihMilatrd on the nrrav of facts tint! (;t,',lIen:-l have for months te.-u
Mr. 1 avies or CM.s in favor of'the de- I XZ uiiT, "
--:;-iy law, :.nd -,vh n thev u. re pre- Macini:i- Pn.: Kii.li:i:. and I conr". s
. j r t u.ty ltiriM:tIS
i i'.e was iM.ny wi t u
J s IV.
av. Pa i i i (:-j. - , ...i.i, , ,l( .
btnk at Pern. '.;.. wiiten us v.,,
lie. is-jre i -:iw ,n j, su;,j
I' Ui- ! i;t,r i ... tit . , . r M"'7 Kit.tl ii'-
,. , ' ,-r,,'" " "ii' i ieei i am not entir'v
" ! l.!t:- ..f.ml. I believVthat before I h ue tiZ
. MMe box tisnl I will be well.
, ; . te.f ,ntd.M- ie J,ImieIvreoomme...i
. a I a'.n i"T Pili: Kir.i.Ki:.
! l nnri T,..l.-
-. i i in i ,
Tin: -lor i:ai..
county I Him k v.
1 1 ee coin 'i
r Vi hi. !i ,t j.
e I: is omj-
r' i i.-uo!e he h.h (.
iivirt;: f't ;. pi, ,!nfi..o
i! i I: i v tn lin-
'V, j ( n: better
times all .er ilo I'nite I jjes, v0f
"."ii?h g ild in the country " We rie
t.i i.tni'ir! ,1. . .
..I ii r i n it .1 aiiirs I. .is .'t t i
, ''i!h O iK-ln, e!,.
I .es (.osn,-v J.neStrrk Pompapv.
Mnedars later Mr. Cosnev write
I am entirelv rnrr-d rf the Piles nrd"
M.xkt Pir.K Kihinr !d ft.
for. tile hv (JerlnirA; C.v
bod? knows It.
It Is the understanding that Mr
Polk is withholding that terrible re
velation of corruption with Tiik Joui:--val
as a club over Mr. Dries' head.
...i,m7nr;.r.3r.A"." ?oncerne,M '";. r
,,uUuiioii or that alii- "Pn Janiel Poster wan
UH I H,
Tiik reptiblicans Inne h ui the heln
"i tne vvomff, th 5h.ol eleetior.s
f"r year, but when it c.ttue to a time
,i,i ii .
n. i. im women wanted n representa
tion en the school boni.l they h.u! no
use for thetu-they Inrrnd the cold
shoulder to them, ignorrd thrm. nrd
if ... II...!- .. .
, " iiit-il I i: n.i inna 1 1 l,., r
'P.... . .... il
i. irt tacie or a newspaper man the women iwiss . i,n.i...iA
ii. ., I ' -.,i i ii ,r m .-IijriL
ii r.'n lie tn. r.mi ,. i.i . i I . . . ...
i oi ii.iv ni' flu ni . no; one or ti. m tv.n .... .t.
.1 ! . I . . . r I 'I l.ll
o.-.vit ill HI. po?.seHinn which erinii. k ntleket.
in:iiiUr tif II, i j.
slthe Prussels intern.it iinn1 !-..... ....
IIiOL vvarr.i iit.i.l lpnf..r,... s ... -. .... J
ly anything Mr rv.... ..: , , " . " IT. . ,u '-d'.niy foresaw that
i oisunui-hetl ir.-ntleni:... ...r,
ollicial nominated and eh cled by his
m v.iuy while this afiidavit. was all
Aia iiku ItoTiisciiiMi, delegate to 1 ' UU lHwsUm, is as melan
eilOIS .IMI ill r.. . ..
m linn n innicaiive
oi the weakness of rlp )lUlllan Iia,,11(.
ami me rottenness of the human heart.
",UI w,c" Kiiowietig,. or foundation
"rnej.er at hand on what principle of
made of it
l.i. X.. I ml'., . . .. .
Tiik Journal learns with h"-ka City Indenen.lent ,.r ,. ' 'i, . 8Wept a" ov,'r
thatfiMWA I'.t.hiM . . ?v'Lu m,. , 1 " mviiai. when he de-
r,w.n: ' " U1 oun ,sen ' U3l"arH the reputation ted: "Gentleman, I hardlv
countv to tZ .1 ;!rV!.5f n eTUIera 3 man fr-'-J you that tho stock of sifVer in 1 1'"'''1? ,nor'',s ,,r P'lhlir duty was such
state, llr.lin the Vuhlle inter- wtlmatcd at some thous- K',mv,'' 't from tho public nntil
class citizen and ihVtVfT i . i ,7 , at stale men gen- H ' rnIII,ons' an1 '" conference "" ;'t "e could be
l.-!?'111 8 the k,ml Cass erally do. He is a man whn i:....,.,.. to break up without arrivin- , l M- I'olk answer.
word i business, and stand. .iihnyUe?n!tB-rM,t there would be a !
It was rumored on the streets Mon. a1QonK neighbors, ft u rntl ! ePreation in that commodity which
day that the republican nominees for fo W ot such a man as a iiroe " . T , . Ul l C0lBr' TifK
the school board would withdraw in '! fraud ami the Xew8 Jn . J of ichf a -monetary panic recommend this proverb to
A at aV 1 aV I v .Jtu L,Jt JJ I U Oil 1(1 PfrJMA f ho f . a I . .
tt,UIUi 1,18 two laaies nominated by 'mseir and his fellow Lp ..w-niea(ungeiiects Bcmie neignnor across the
I MO rltl70ngl iAnnAl!. rr -lit
Ir is not claimed as a fact that the
bill for the repeal of Ui depositor v law
was defeated because of the presence
of Sheriff Fikenbary. Fx-SherilT Ily- S
ersor.Judiro Chapman on the door of 2
rho house yesterday, although they no A CUT IN CLOTHlNfiS
I'ltrtloulHrly In ourehlM-
" ' v . - V V I li I
'magnitude of their geniality.
inecuiens' convention. They argued the use of -uch epithets Jveer vn fore V I - impossible to as mm what he thinks of a party or-
that that was the only hope they had temper, Dro. Polk Fir I,ett2 , V r accusing an odicial whom it snp-
of defeating Mr. Cummins. ,ot of those affidavita'of O m "i Jai"an ar7t7$2GWwTi 0Jd as P.0rtr! !:iHh t,e evh,eDC in 8 P
Tn, Ne3 sLow8 a - again. Tiik JoIl tta tot'" ! SurKl ffL a
commendable spirit for n republican P-on aud villify prl. dt! wherels 0 to TTXZ
newspaper by advising Dr. Hay, of the "-ve can stand It. to sunnlv tho dem.rwi rwl" .. rnp ? Is It so customary as to cause
-ai I - -----lll WiT; I I 1 H I
insane hospital, who has been sus
n r a . t
:VJ7i: r..T .:.T.:'"a . w. uo Tub Jourxal wishes it. J" '"otw.c " ie'UJ0 UniteJ States don't
pcuucu uy me appointment and con- the publlc tooDD
crmatlonof Dr. Abbott, to retire at and wasting agonv of r ,V n " . ... Z'1 . e "ce of the world has none.
1 . . A A . a a I
no thought of befouling itself with its
yun have a fmaii
... - "I'vini, ana j-fuir hlM
nce.ls Howe t lothln, ui..i
Tiik republicans of Lincoln have
nominated Frank Graham for mayor, S
and ho in so unpopular that tho demo- 2
rrats are pursuaded that they can elect I It Will - -
JlldtTH llrO.lflv. Tdu T inr.,,!,, V..-o t., I
' ,il. JJUIVl'lll .n ".1 l.-t I
heading the lliiht against (irnhnm n
the republican ranks.
- - Surprise you
How far a Mttlo money
will g:o at
Tiik republicans might just as well
make a virtue of the matter nnd with
draw their candates for school board
members. There is no chance of their SThe- T .no,j;
election, and as they believe in econo- U'" IOin
my a few cents might be saved in tho
u niting of tho tickets.
once and net contest the place.
agony of mind that Im, Tim ,Io . "on
preyed upon the vitals of our neiVhi.V r.ZXT "Y? ver ."iy to drive ti
" 4.HMI.1 unci oimeiauism.
Tiik bill to repeal tho depository law
was defeated in the lions yesterday hy
a vote of 41 to fit). State Treasurer
Minify to I.01111
On farming lauds. Low rates, long
Mines. Xo delay in securing loans
Inquire at First National bank. 7
The" Plan Sifter"tlour is the popular
brand. Ask for it from your procer.
Attorney at Law
r'l.ATTx.MtiUTH N' i
OFFICK-Neeon,! floor of tLo i odd ,w
of tl.o cuift house.
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