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PLATTSMOUTH. NEItRASKA, THURSDAY. OCTOIJElt 25, 1888.
VOLUME XXI I". NUMBER 32
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iiVSS l.Oitiit No. 110. I O. O. F. -Meets
i'eyery r.tus-Uy eveuiujt of ea -ii week. All
transient Urothers are re.-pcctf ully invited to
1 l vr r:.:oLTir i:campmkn r No. 3. 1. o.
t) K.. uieei1" every uiiernate Friday iu
ea"h i"i in the Ma-oui.; '!a!l. Visiting
Hr th'?n are invited to attend.
fUt-O LOIXSB NO. )?4. A. O. U. V.'. Meets
I i'i-.'i-v .tlr.'.-iiai;-' Fild-iy evening at K. of I.
h-i. 'iriusie-it tr.l'!ers ar iesiM-i.'u.,y m
vi. d ;:.iUeiid K.J Mrnrau.Mar.o-Vorhamn ;
F. i'- I'.rowu. Foreman ; U. . vt i.iNtt-r. Over
fcr. Ji. A. T.iite, F n.i'ieitr : I. F. Houec
n...r.i if i',ir-.pr M. M.i hi liihl.. K'-e-;ver:
ji. U utill, ;'atft M. v. ; I. N. Uo.veii, Guide ; ; l)er necessary to elect. Cleveland will be
F J. Kuii.. I x d 1 1. -. I overwhelmin'rly defeated if New York
In u purtis in weose the state of New
York i divided ly the Harlem river
which is near the state's southerly ex
tremity. North of that stream the re
luiMicans have always been largely iu the
majority, while south of it the democ
racy has been and is predominant. There
are fifty-five counties north of the line
and live south of it. One of these five
Suffolk however ia a republican county,
although it gave a small majority to
Cleyelaud in 18S4. In 1SH.1 and 1887 it
gave a majority to the republican candi
dates, nnd'neithcr democrats uor republi
cms doubt tiiut it will be carried by
Harrison this year. The other four
counties New York, Kings, Queens and
Richmond constitute what is known as
the metropolitan district. This is the
democratic stronghold of the state, and
is the section implied when the term "be
low the llarleiu river" is mentioned.
New York City and New York County
are coextensive, and Brooklyn forms al
most all of Kings county. Queens county
abuts against Kings, and Richmond ad
joins both Kings and New York.
In 18S0 Garlield came down to the
Harlem river with 75,1113 majority. This
overcame the democratic preponderance
in the four metropolitan counties, and
gaye the state to the republicans by
about 20,000 majority. Blaine's majority
above the Harleir. was G1,G;5S, or nearly
14,000 less than Garfield's. The demo
cratic majority in New York, Kings,
Queens and Richmond counties, how-
ever, was (5-2,C8 which gave the state to
Cleveland by 1017. It is conceeded by
all intelligent, fair-minded democrats
that Cleveland is not so strong in the
metropolitan district as lie was four years
ago. A republican majority of GO. 000
north of the Harlem this year would un
doubtedly place the state in the republi
can column. Rut nobody at all qualified
to judg.j imagines that the republican
ma jority in th it region will be so low as
00.000. A discreet and trusted corres
pondent of the democratic New Yrk
Herald, who has made a personal canvass
of the state, declares that the republicans
will have a majority of 70,000 above
High Bridge, which is on the Harlem.
This would give Harrison a majority of
from 11,000 to 15,000 in the state. '.There
are the best of reasons for the belief,
though, that the majority iu the republi
can section will he 10.000 at least iu ex
cess of the Herald correspondent's
figures. Without the vote of New York
Cleyelaud can not win. Even though
he should carry Indiana, Connecticut and
New .Tersej- in addition to the solid south,
he would be 13 votes short of the nuin-
for Kurope and is now turning its eyes
westward and bracing itself for the
struggle which is to come. So it will
go on until reason has destroyed Protec
tion in the great stronghofd (United
States) iu whieh it has entienched itself.
"We intend to break duwn
the protecting system in the United
States and to substitute the British sys
tem. That done, our victory is complete
How much the Cobden Club is doing
the present campaiu we do not know;
more than any one has any idea of, ex
cept those in the inner circle, we think.
But of one fact we have 110 doubt : That
there is no more interested body of men
watching the events of this election and
hoping for the election of the Free Trade
party. American workingmen, do you
want to see this triumph of the British
Free Trade Club ? Tariff League.
Ab it takes time to set type the coun
ty treasurer is obliged to furnish copy of
delinquent tax list to the printers a few
days in advance ot tha issue of the pa
per, and thus it happens that an occas
sional piece of land or town lot will ap
pear in the advertised list that may have
been paid a day or two prior to the pub
lication of the list. The treasurer en
deavors, however, to have every piece of
property on which taxes are paid stricken
from the list up to time of going to press.
But of course there is an occasional over- ual care and skill, and as a campliment
The reduction from 47 to 42 per cent
in the Mills bill is said to be small. So
it is; but there was a small reduction in
the tariff iu 188:). Then the wool and
woole.i goods schedule was reduced a
little. Tin; little was just enough to let
in from England about 1, 500,000 addi
tional pounds of manufactured wool last
year. That importation gave English
workmen just that much work that
could have been done here. In Phila
delphia hundreds of men have been idle
that could have been busy. They would
then have been purchasers; now they
have nothing to purchase with. The
Mills bill takes off still more of the tariff
on wool and woolen-!. The result will
be, more men out of employment, and
English manufacturers correspondent ly
happy. If any "lie doubts this condition
of tliiigs, he has only to go to Phila
delphia and be convinced.
Eowi.n Jkakv, the west end can
didate for the House of representatives,
ought to rcceiye the hearty aud earnest
support of all republicans. When Speak
er Harlan was making up and appointing
chairmen of various committees he ap
pointed Mr. Jeary elkairman of the com
mittee of enrolled and engrossed bills,
one of the most important committees of
the house and one that required contiu-
; 1 ASS CU1P NO, o'V2, MOlihKN WOODMK.V
' of America Meet wcn.d and fo-irt-h Mon
t ay evening al iv. of 1'. '.ail All transient
u'olheri' are requested id ineer us. 1.. A.
S (! -er, Ve.uurable Consul; ... '', N'ie,
Worthy AAlviser ; S. C W ilde, W.i.iker ; W. A.
IJH.TT2VOU Ml I.ODCK N
goes against him, and even the must sam
guine democrats now begin to concede
that New York will give its vote to
Ibmison.- Globe Democrat.
; i". W.
Kookur.MHi hall at k oV!".-, . All rr.iieiu, broth
ers ar rep"'.'tfi:Uy to it .1 " Hto-n.!. L. S.
I.rson, M. W. ; F. Iloy j. t !n i::,ni : tv ('.
VYil.ie. ii -i-o. .i,-r ; !.. mid Ati5e.--i, ' v-Tscr.
THE COBDEN CLUB SPHERE.
Here is what a Committee of the Col
den Club reported to the club after look-
A. M. : inrr nrdr tli flid1 in 1 S.MS ;
each month ;;t their hall. All transient brotu- " our Committee continues to attoiu
j. g. liiciiKv. V. M. all the assistance in their power to those
who are laboring in the free trade cause
in foreign countries. In America in the
ll ATI -MOT Tl LOPGK .e. A. t'
L Mfts on f!i liivt .u:d iliud Mondays of
sight, b or example, at time of making
out copy of list of Rock Bluffs Precinct.
the taxes were unpaid on e hf se qr sec.
22, twp. 11, range l:), but before the is-
titte of the paper the taxes were paid and
the printers notified of the fact but they
failed to strike it off. Of course it can
work no injury further than that people
do not like to see their land advertised
especially after they have paid their taxes.
"A New Toa and CofTae House"
Located in Plattsmouth is the latest
enterprise, and one which there is no
question will be a great success, and a
benefit to the lovers ot choice Teas and
Coffees. The circular supplement will
explain the whole working of the well
known American Tea Co. and its branch
es. The new branch opened in the Sher
wood block, corner of Main and Tine,
seems to be already the center of attrac
tion for not only do you get teas direct
from the gardens but you cet fresh
roasted coffee every day and a hand
some Cliida plate free of charge to every
to Mr. Jeary the Chief Clerk of the
House has said more than once that he
was well pleased with-Mr. Jeary's work.
As in Mr. Satchell's ense speaking from
the record no ou'j can find fault with
him. He was on the side of right and
justice and worked for the interest of all
Mr. Jeary must ceitainly stand well in
the west as no democrat there seemed to
be willing to take the field against him.
No higher compliment could have
been paid to the young republicans of
Cass county than the nomination of M. I). J
i'oiK, tor state senator, ana every young
republican who will this fall cast his
first should and no doubt will appreciate
this compliment and heartily support
thtir young friend.
N. M. Satciict.t., one of the nominees
for representative, can point with pride
to his record of the l ist session of the
legislature. No man speaking froui the
record can say aught against him. He
is nil intelligent wideawake farmer, a
good financier and well worthy the con
fidence reposed in him by his neighbors
and friends. Mr. Satchell will succeed
himself without a doubt,
Wm. Hays. Secretary.
CHAPTER. NO. 3.
K. A. M.
The result of the
KKU ASK A
i- Meets seeond and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Maeoir Halt. TrauseUut Urotliets j course cf political events there is great
Invito,! trt U'trh 11i- 1
K, E, Tjiite, II. P- promts'
. : . . . ; turning of public attention in this dtrec-
sr r jaoN COMM A..-PAUV. NO. 5. . T. j jJqq js sei;n Jn the fAct tllat reVcnue
"A .Meets first and tuird Wednesday night of i - .
eaca moath utMiso 'shall. ViKitintt brothers reform is becoming a leading question in
Bre eoraiany liivneu to meet vwm us.
Wm. Hays. Kec. F. E. White. E. C.
the Psesidenttal contest, and is
-V- . K.,f.,, 4-1. T TV,v,o t
meet the seeond and fourth Mondays of x c",s "--"' i.uuuu x
. bcH mouth at Areaaum Hall. j jt1iv to jgo, had declared ;
I "liow r ree Trade will come some day
' in the United States must be left to the
Cobden Club and to its twelve Cabinet
ministers in their unofficial capacity tp
decide. , . . . Jt is to the New
1ASS COUNCIL, NO 1021. ROYAL KCANlTM
P. C. Minor. Seeretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1S Vi'-e President....
Sful Vi"? President....
...Robt. R Windham
V P.. Todd
. . . , V m Novilie
.'.'h R. uutlunan World that the club is chicrly looking
J. C. Ei -hr-v. F. F. White. .1 c. Patterson, ns the most likely sphere for its vigorous
J. A. Conner. R. FUon, C. w. Sherman, F Gor- foreisn policy. It has done what it can
d-r. J. V Weesh ieh. 1
She's Much Oldsr Tnan Her Hus
band." We heard a young girl make the above
remark the other day about a lady wjth
whom we are slightly acquainted. It
was not true, yet the lady in question
actually doe3 look five years older than
her husband, although she is really scyerr
al years his junior. She is prematurely
aged, and functional derangement is the
cause. Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription
would cure her, and should be recom
mended to her, and to all others who are
in the same couditoi. If the reader of
this chances to be a similar sufferer, let
her get the ''Prescription.1- It will bring
back her lost beauty, and, better still, it
will remove all those distressing symp
toms which have made life a burden to
her so long. Money refunded if it don't
give satisfaction, See guarantee printed
on bottle wrapper.
Well, Sarah, what have you been doing
to make you look so ypung J Q.h. nothing
much, o.nly been using Hall's Hair Re
newer to restore the color ot my hair.
N A, S. g.
embers of the N. A. S. E. will please
meet at their room, Saturday evening J"
8 o'clock. A full attendance is desired,
as business of importance is to be trans
acted. By order of the Past Grand
Tr-atineit of Whooping ConyU.
Tho value of Mobin's treatment of
whooping t-ouyh by sulphurous acid is re
ceiving strong confirmation from many
f onreos. Vr. Manly, in Tho Practitioner,
expresses tho opinion that, if it was car
ried out in every ease, at tho cud of six
months the disease would he unknown.
The riK-thcd used by him is as follows:
The patient iu tho morning put into
clean clothes and removed elsewhere All
his clothes and toys, 'tc, ci-o brought
into tho bedroom,' tiv.d sulphur is buviat
i.puu a few live ccais ia the ruiddla cf
tho room. Tho (ire is allowed to remain
iu tho room for five hours, and then the
windows and doors ara thrown open.
The child sleeps La tho rcom the samo
evening. About twenty-fi vo grams (a
little urnlcr an ounce) of sulphur to
every cubic meter may be burnt: this is
equivalent to rather inoys than tcu grain 3
per cubic foot. Tho other room is fumi
gated in a hko manner during the night:
the patient practically living in an at
mosphere of diluted sulphurous acid gas
for some days, while in several cases tho
process is repeated at the end of a week.
Plan for a Young? Writeri
A young writer should not expect to bo
paid for tho first articles he writes. He
is lucky Lf.he gets them into print at all.
It is useful to him to have them printed,
for an article in type has a different look
from an article in manuscript, and faults
ana aetects mat a writer mght overlook
iu written copy are made plain in tho
printed sheet. " The best plan' for 'ft youug
writer is to spoil, a good many sheets of
paper before he think of having cny
thLiff at p-U put into print. When he has
written something whieh he thinks is
really good enough to be interesting to
the public, let him make hi3 first exrwrl
ments with printer's ink. If he has some
thing to say that ;s worth saying, and
Eays it n an attractive way, he'will find
means of 'getting h-3 articles paid for
afiei- a time "W. II. II." iafb-e Writer.
I sell more bottles of
Vr, eth Arnold s
thau of any frther eolith
Medicine kept in stock,
thougli I keei fifteen, varie-
F. M.Robertsou, C'oyville,
Druggists, 25c., 5?o., Hud fi.no.
' I WISH YOU HAD SOAP THAT WOULD FLOAT,"
a lady said to a clerk in a large grocery store. "You have no
idea" how ordinary soap is wasted. The servants let it remain in
the bottoms of the wash-tubs, dish-pans, and scrubbing-pails, and
when the water is poured off, the soap has the consistency of mush,
and a new bar must be taken from the box. If the soap would only
float, they would see it, and take it out of the water when they were
through with it."
The "Ivory Soap" floats, replied the clerk. Oil will float;
and, as the " Ivory Soap" is made of oils, and is ggffc per cent,
pure, as a matter of course it will float.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the ' Ivory' "
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities oP
the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 1S86, by Procter & Gamble.
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It has been GORGING TO THE FRONT rapidly in the last two years, and ince
the issue BETWEEN PROTECTION AND FREE TRADE becas so promi
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