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Everything to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FUrVlliHIflG EMPORIUM.
Having oiiivlvt-el t!v I V. VWckl;ich store room on Mint J
Main tivrt wlu'iv lam uw loratet' can soil goods cheat
er than the ehea)est h iving ju-t put in the largest stock
of new goo Is ever hrilit to the city, (iasoline sdovt
and fui nit are of all kindssold on the in-tallinent plan.
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A Full an) Complete line o'
DruTs, Medicine, Paints, and Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions (aresully ronipmmded ! all llour,
Is c Weekly
iqI qid special
secl to iCccl fqn)ilies lioqgl
IF-clII. Information And
Urates On Applicati on.
A. B. KNOTTS
601 Cor Fifth
FOR SALT OR EXGHANGA.
cj ACRES of Colorado land for sale or trade for Plattamotitk real-
CJ ivy estate or for merchandise of any kind. This in a bargain for
o me one; the land is Al. For further particulars call on or Address
T11K HERALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
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The i'eabody Medical Inatltute baa many Iml- I
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ays Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
ihe Itiidt'r, Mexica Texas. "In the
i.uter case I used Chauiberl liu'n
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' iiM.lerable t-uccess, imly In iiiL. in
bed a little over two days, aiiu.M
ten ( ays for the first attm k. 1 he
M'Kind uttack, I am ratstud. would
have been equally .-in I. ail a- 'lie
first but for the use of tin.- i(-uu'il,
as I had to jo to bed in ;ii i in m
hours after heitt stunk well it,
while in the first case 1 wn- nblc in
atieud to business about t.o ii;,y.
before Retting down. ."iV iiin I n
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K'heuniatisiti euieil in a ;n
"Mystic l'u re" fur t beumai im .
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arkableaiid mysterious. Ji i eiiii
at once the cause and the d'S"axr
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by F. G. Fricke ACo
No healthy person need fear im
dangerous consetpiences iroiu mi
attack of la nr'PI'e if lropeily
treated. It is much the same n. .i
severe cold and retpiires precisely
tne same treatment. Keinaui tiuiet
ly at home and take ("hamliet lain V
Courh Remedy as directed for a se
vere cold and a prompt and coin.'
nlete recovery is sure to follow.
This remedy also counteracts any
tendency of la grippe to result iii
pneumonia. Anions the many
thousands wlao have used it during
the epidemics of the past two years
we have yet to learn of a single
case that has not recovered or that
has resulted in pneumonia. 'J.') and
50 cent bottles for sale by 1. G
Fricke St Co.
I feel it my duty to say a few
words in rcpfard to Kly'n Cream
Halm, and I tlo so entirely without
solicitation. I have used it more
or less half a year, and have found
it to lie most mlmirnhlc. I have
suffered from catarrh of the worst
kind ever since I was a little boy
and I never hoped for cure, but
Cream Hnliii seems to do even that.
Many of my acquaintances hnve
used it witu excellnnt results.--Oscar
Ostum, 43 Warren Ave., Chi
The population of Plmiamouth
Is about 10,000, add we would say
at least neo half are troubled with
some effection on the throat ond
ltiniys, as those complaintH are, ac
cording to staaistics, more numer
ous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the
opportunity to call on their druo;
j;ist and net a bottle of Kemp's Hal
sani for the throat nnd lunrs. Trinl
size free. Larellottle 50c- and !fl.
Sold by all druirft'ist.
TALE OF OURCOMnC LANDLORDS.
UT PAUAII MAtllK HltHIII AM.
The beautiful dream of life! How few
realize their Ideal! Tho eventful cvpttinu;
that, had been the. theme of coi: versatioa
by n lame circle of friends, tun! tho one
event of life to the immediate actors, had
arrived. The immense hall at blue Kiduo
was tilled with friends, enicer to Witness
tho marrinu'e of Colonel Fred Iliiyues, of
W ie United States, to the beautiful Annie.
Wren. What a fascination a wedding hus
lor youtiKUtiil olii!
The bridal party were to occupy a broad
stKe or dais that had been beautifully
decorated for the ocruslon w ith more tasto
and skill than usual by the artistic hand
af bady Ilortense. There were Dowers
everywhere. The room seemed a bower of
bloom. Annie was to be led to tho altar
by her Hged father. She wore, over a dress
f white satin, a dainty rolie of luce, a veil
af Kuglish point, a necklace of One pearls
and a wreath of orange (lowers, all white;
and In this snowy cloud Annie looked
aiore lovely than ever. Sir Wren, with
his Ions; white beard, reminded me of my
ehildish pictures of the patriarch Moses.
The Colonel was in a full evenliiR dress
suit. His eyes bespoke a happy futnre for
my litlle friend. As they took their places
before the altar I thought that they mlsht
halleiiKe the finest (ireek or Parisian taste
fbr perfection of form, feature and cos
tume. How short the ceremony! How much it
means as it runs out in the years to comet
To Some It brings a train of uninterrupted
joy and confidence; to others pain and dis
appointment. Congratulations were offered, miiiRlefl
with feelings of sadness; for on tha mor
row our party were to separate. "It may
lie for years and it may be for ever," was
the refrain. Yet there was no murmuring
with siKhinff. We grieved to be separated
from the friends we had loved so long;
but this was a happy closing scene for our
holiday period. Now we must buckle on
tlie armor of life and take an active part.
A happy, Joyous time of rest and recreation
it had been!
A banquet had been prepared for the
closing. The great dining-room was bril
liantly lighted. Illumination is a necessa
ry accompaniment to joy; mist and shad
ows are not welcome to the happy. The
hull was gny with birds and flowers. The
table flashed and sparkled with glass,
ofiina, gold and silver. From an ante room
came soft strains of music as from some
Annie, the lieautiful bride, was seated
between her father and her noble voung
husband, while Mrs. Hiiyiiessal by Sir
Wren. My sweet wife was by my side, as
bright a beam of sunshine as of old. The
merry guest were all seated, and quiet
conversation was the rule. The Duke of
Melvorne sat beside his noble Duchess,
still as charming as when we first met her
lu the mountains of the far away land of
blue skios and broad prairies. Mr. and
Mrs. Itllerd were as Jovial as ever, and
many were the Jokes we passed on our time
honored guide. Iird Sanders, with his
tall, angular, over-dressed wife and showy
daughters were all conspicuous for th
amount of diamonds they wore and for
their reserved and haughty demeanor.
At dessert Sir Wren was t ailed on to
toast the newly married couple.
"You will nut escape two sermoiit one
from the bishop, which you have heard,"
he said, bowing across the table to bishop
Kede, "and now one from me. Listen, my
ohildren. Adore each other. lie happy.
Now is the budding tlmeof hope and trust;
let not the chilling blight of discordant el-'
MnenU bl.ist the teuder (lower. The world ,
lucks iHTfuiae; It lin ks tli( rlidnn of love.
AVe cannot love too well. We entuiot plenso
too much. To love ami be liivc l-wlwit a
inlrnole l rrni ;!tt! buve, w.mu.i hihI a
kl tire a eitele; t hoy for'n our untvf--,4
(.' Ml l!ie f 'tl lii" to 1 i-.' iv . K-.i-.. In jv
1- for e a .-r. ITi '. .'i-.raa . v, ,
la ne ti iitr tjtf i' . v:iiii, (
l.kiiili rt In Its .vi'im .' J . i v I'j.1 cvi 'i .a.
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CotiilUi'l'iilili' o il;, i
Coloin 1 I'.IWi,
"Auicnc i. '
"A w .-ii ' i or
I t'n niiMiln 's anil
Illtt 'A'Ollllta ut
hi ;.i in-. I'u-f,"
.is c.oic I on for
.iv l'iii'ti'1." i:i!il tln
Colonel, "i l in i pi i r
once inoiv. ; . i ) i
I her fertile soil
ii ;i it wui iiliu. I
:i in Hint free
nuiM iruel: i i to ii . i
lli'id Unit III. " itr,. ImuSh
()iprisiin l eu will soon
lo the y iki of
Im loo lii'iivv lo
war. 1 have seen tV eileet of liiiullui 'lsiil
on a people ImuiiiiI In shuery to real. Sluill
the beitcoii I''al of luiji,' i.i our ulorimw
tiiiion be ihirkcncii ny tiii ilrt .nlful eloiul?
Shall tile lain! of lice scaoui-i mul fre
churches be ciiniii'il ton hiu.l o; l.;iir.ince
and (le.rr.i h.lloii. No. a t Hiieauil time,
no! The bln.nl of our f 'tvLuhcrs eries mil
anuinst it. I.el not hisiory repeat, ilsrlf
NVe imixt Hoiiiut tne t. cin ami rouse our
neonl'1 from the let ..m v of nl..et "1 i i . i-
A ' ':, I .
o::r l iij 1 1 , 'i' le'i'i ' a
II : at to alien latin. oi'il ,
'".Vavefiaiiil for Ir.-late
"My friends ' I sa: I, "1
1 I IMC I I r e il.
' is to be my i.n't-
W.-H i il
e In t lie
of vanished ages a living, moving ilnni-:.
Their lit i iil si; a. lows sweep ly u I i a '.T'imI
procession of stalely kit -s ia n"i ' ' I char
iots; of yellow-haired ward irs r.i.alu; to
battle with slioat ami war noun, lor u .m n
sake kiii's are n a ly t i !"ril their crowns
and men to offer itn their lives. In Ire
land, when Ktiglanii wan Inhabited by a
w ild, rnviii'' rvtiu- p u;ile, 1 e tiie w il 1 In
' ' "i il t 1 1 1 hern
wen estanusnen in an tne lorms m i ..
ernment. The trial of all disputes u.v
settled by a verdict of twelve men. In
mnsic, the harp wits used by the Irisli
people, and developed by them into the
modern piano forte. In literature and art
they excelled; and from Ireland came the
TaliMitliearte.il soldiers that broke the
yoke of Koman slavery from the Knglisli
serfs. While Knglaud whs yet lu slavery,
the Irish were enjoying free schools, sus
tained by endowment. They taught re
ligion, music, language nnd writing. Ar
chitecture, known to King Solomon and
brought to Ireland by the old prophets
When they fled from Assyrian taptivity,
Was taught to the people
The youthful king, Alfred the Great,
i. j ' . .u. . ?
drank deep from the fountain of knowl
edge in Ireland. Literature and art be
came to him a living purpose. He learned
to play the harp, and in after years it en
abled him to charm the Danish kings
while he was seeking points for attacking
"When Alfred was proclaimed king of
England he established a goveenment
founded on the principles learned of the
Irish Parliament. It consisted of ono
chamber where nobles, priests, bards and
eoniinons all met as equals, and the king
sat ia ;li(t midst of tlictn as president. Al
Ox for I he established n school of learning
arid sent to In-Utid for instructors. Ild
repealed in Kngland the works in marlili)
and stone tiiat he na l learned In Ireland,
and had hi:; men build tho pointed roofs
and arches now called Gothic.
"For more than two Hit
I- - . . , i ...
lor more than two thoiisnna years
Ireland was a free and pru.-perous nation,
as liic.oty and her ruins proclaim. First
(lie Dane made their descent upon the Is-1
land, ( :iptut lag many places und driving
Irish scholars into all parts of Kurope. Af
terwards Knglaud realized that Ireland
was a rich and prosperous land, w ith every
advantage of wealth and culture. The.
Irish were a brave and i'ltt-Ulgent people,
superior to ths Kuyllsh in f verythin.i; but
power. Superior u'ltiiuers havj conquered
and for B9ven bnudred years Ireland bas
been made to feel that Knglaud Is her mas
ter nnd she Is a slave.
"Then, amid the thunders of the Ameri
can revolution, when the British F.mpirc
reeled before the blows of the allied force?
ononis XVI and (ieorge Washington:
when Paul Jones, the Yankee Privateer
preyed on Uigllsh commerce nnd spread
terror along the Scottish coast; when Ire
land was .vithout Knglish troops and the
only military force in all Ireland was the
Irish volunteers, (irattan's parliament was
called into existence. Then, like a giant
released from bondage, the country again
advanced, making rapid strides in prog
ress, until Uml Clare proclaimed, 'There
is not a civilized nation on the face of the
globe which has advanced in cultivation,
lu agriculture, in manufactures, with the
same rapidity as Ireland!'
"For eighteen years that parliament met
In one of the finest buildings In Kurope,
nnd made the laws to govern the Irish
people. Then, again, the jealousy of Kng
laud, through treachery and fraud, de
stroyed the Irish parliament, and Grattan,
who had led the Irish people to freedom,
lived to see her liberties crushed out by the
sword and her parliament destroyed by
gold. Hut though prostrate and bleeding,
smarting under the sense of outraged dig
nity, through yenrs of eviction, famine,
imprisonment and death, she has again
determined to claim her rights. Another
beam of sunlight has touched the living
picture, and reveals a mighty man, whose
nana is on the key board of Ihltish poli
tics! One who has brought forth a har
mony of class and creed that resounds
throughout the world, atitoulshiiig man
kind:" The evening's entertainment was pleas
ant and gay, with music and conversation.
The grand gixid humor of our host gave s
tone of cheerfulness to tho whole party.
At a late hour the final farewells w ere said
and the bridal party took leave of theii
friends at blue Ridge.
In the morning Colonel Haynes, his wife
and mother and Sir Wren bade adieu to
Haven's I'ark. but Stella, Myrtle and my
self formed part of the company as far as
Liverpool. There the last farewells were
spoke, i w hile we sto k! on the deck of the
.:retit steamer that was to be their dwell
i.i,; ii.ve for thcncM fe.v days.
"Well Waverland," sai:l Colonel Itaynes
a-" be 'ook my jtrtn for a shor: stroll on the
d. el; b.'f.i:' i pvi-tla:.'. "ke';i toe posted as
,, eo:1. .;,(,;, j,;-,, ;-,ssof fhe work
' ' ' ' ' ' .i i ' " ' i . v, an I I w ill send
' ' " 1 ''" 1 ' i V" in .V ;e: ie.-i. We.
- ' !v : ; ..Yiii f..ei
tnnt we are ro laborers In the aatne (rreat
work. You are euKatfed In a long death
Htruntfle to hhweii thefaniis of lanrllonlNm
from the brightest Nmt of rich green earth
on the face of the Rlobn! I go to Anierira,
to ilo what I cnnhy unilation mul work, to
prevent the same inoimler front stealing
the Inheritance of the freent people in Ue
world! I'tilike chattel Hlavury, landlord
Ism is stealihy and decepilve! It churuii
a.s the serpent, and is m cruel astheitrave.
It starves ami delta. ic .mm in victims
to helplessness and revels ami I the suirer
tin;. " The cuiMe of Ireland U PiN yatno con
detisisl villainy! Tiii.t ; .t..;e cmt'.ty, bra
taiity and terror, eoneeivi-d in lu,.; and per-p-timted
by f ire! I li.iv.- -n it with lay
oil ii t-jei. ul'ih t'atiu il i'i.i it.
(lues tiot leei.j.n;,e III. . ,,1,1 . j , v . inanhiiod
or i l.ildaoiKl. lu h;i:ei i- ii'i .ii eu-iy in
tile iii Ireland! Its vic.i.i nre live mil
lions of pi oi ii ),) eaiiiioi j.ei away. They
ore held down by the iieyonef, w.i.le tits
latiilliii N lob i le iu iiliMs In lao i:anie of
'I believe Iri- 'i l;i i 1'er IImi cotnprlsea
nil the t! ,i. - .i e-..r Invented,
W itll chattel siuu t V 1 in oi n in; for w IliMI
a chattel slave is sic'.; hi i in i ter cares fm
ldm he U ins luo.ievt u .. :; hi Irish
teiiiia! Is iri,i iU in .u''; iic is 'Irnivn out
tlpon l.iu rnadMidL' w i a Ii - M il? and chil
ili'ea to p.-iii. In M'. n-!, 1 li.iv eoiiirt to
feel that lh!-; svfitein l.i.f, en'..''M il.t. us la
le.;iili.i d 1 line.! I i old S-ti-ni W W II
tlninWyu. sens i il lu ate, nut ha had his
coo l u::.t; !i" v Mn. a f.'c; landlord,
but .ieii t!, i i I.".. i a I rales, anil
the ! ns'.i-i, in' i i.rid i ii m, swoopeil
iloMliou ii.laii.l a i.l i.iv-l wlih the
hUXOII Mlr'l llll II IiS I .lil'.l :
il: cidd ' !
! !. i t uei and fff raeh'nr;;
' !'ir I f.t.m fr.ua
'i ' s. I '. i ..i lir.it. ter
i.i.:. . i. ! a ;s in
i . i . i.'j;tJ II
i in l.r !..;! Mlistl
' i . . . . .'is f-atufl
. i i 1 1 e I i five seen in
i ; . i- work. This
.'.i t wo In tnis-
Y'-'i.:ii he the trreatr
' I". . "i i v . MIS 1113
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eaten cni e,
, i - .-1 h story of
- ! i : ties are
.. i :- i r? and
i . ti I in' ('.Villi-
I tOi.lt -if
' . i i -.a'- of Ulterty
. ivt-.'.l. The
i. i 'Iv should he
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I !"! .' i man has a right
! ' i'' ipeity, or to
.i ' ii i il iiii i, either as
i l i e, . or us dytiiiinitersl
.ill i : - i.'ll it ar i thiionly
- i i i i:i',.tcr tyranny In all its
1 1 . r. ;
I'lleli H-i! I, mo
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i U I '11 .1,1! -1 Hal
f. inn! '
ml In il so'inde 1, warning us that
fie par'tn lime h.i I come. With elasied
hands, full hetti'ts and mul it eyes, more ex
ii..... .. 1 ...
' 1 . "" ",,,ur'' ,vo m:"",u ""IWU
"Annie," Slella was saying, ns we Joined
them, "write to me often. Ti ll me of the
people and places thai you see. We have
had such happy times toget ,ier. I almost
dread to go back to Waverlaud now that
you are gone."
"Utile friend and playmate, " I said, as
I bade Annie farewell, "the moors and
mountains will mhts the patter of your po
ny's feet, but you will visit a new country
w iih a mess..go of love anil liberty, learned
from the old Lome. In Ireland. 1 wish you
(JihI speed and a happy life."
The dual signal Hounded; we were
lowered from the great steamer, but
watched our friends until they vanished
We crossed tho channel and visited
Waverland for a few days. In some parts
of lr..l,,...l ll..,n. 1....... I. . -.11.1 1
. iiiimi'i nunc null ll ii'iiiuttj lit-uo,
..i . ,
niiini.1 hiiiuiiiii IliK lUDIIll lUllllll, 111 tllir
naught there had been less suffering. The
tenants were hopeful. The new ministry
was agreeable to their wishes. Mr. I'ar
liell was their chosen leader, hero anil
friend. Though quiet was maintained In
Ireland, there was an undertone of earn
estness that told of settled determination.
The only safe plan for Knglaud is to listen
to reason. '
According to an agreement with Sir
Wren, many things not valuable enough
to take with him. yet through association
too dear to be parted with, I had taken to
Waverlaud. Annie's pet pony was one nl
the things committed to my cure. Tim
farmers on Sir Wren's estate were con
' .... 1 . , . .' n " -runnr
tented and happy. A way had been pro-
) . l"ey Were t0 Uuy l" Iuua
Lady Waverland visited all her old
friends. They were as warm as ever in
their praises of the."swufe lady!"
The little school hail been 'moved from
the tenant cottuge to a fine, large' build
ing, erected for the purpose according to
the direction of Lady Waverland. She also
had endowed it with sufficient funds to
pns'ure the best instructors. Thus all our
tenants' children, have the privilege of a
free education. .-
No wonder thatj to the poor oppressed
tenants, such a benefactor is an object of
special love and affection. Her quiet,
healthful influence also bad a good effect
on the home life of the people. Now, in
stead of dirt and tilth about the cabins, all
was neat and tidy. The pigs and cows
were in the rear of the building, in some
kind of shelter, and flowers were seen in
the disir jards.
Our stay in Waverland was short It
was early in the year 1880. Parliament
was in session, and each Irish member felt
it his duty to fill his place at all times
during the sittings. If Gladstone is beaten
in his plans, there will be an appeal to the
people. In that appeal, one party , or the
oil.cr will he beaten; but, In argreve"
cause of British liberty wlH-f-'-'
agitation. Ireland's caitf-
natlnmd, and very soon eve1
British Kmplre must clasp
universal struggle for Br
With the example of AmeriraV
enter the struggle with cheerl
Change in Latitude.
a lew years a"o it wns suspcC
that tho latitude of places on
earth a uurfuep elinnfrua A nnmluii
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hi u.-ihiuuuuiui.-v BLMeuii vu uiiiaa uoser
vations for two years and tho rosult
has just been made public. Latitudes
do change. Berlin, for example, was
60 feet nearer tho north pole in Sep
tember than it was in March. This
change is not of course, a shifting of
any one point on the earth's surface.
U is a tilling of the axis of the earth.
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