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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1883)
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I'LATTSMOUTII, A1MUI, A.
"What shall the harvest he," says
the candidate to tti vtT.
()XK tiling can ie a.vtt ij said of city
affairs; the agitation by the IIekald
has disturbed the tilings that were
fixed, ami has caused the nomination
of ;om men on both sides.
Imian tronliles arc liiiahalii1, ami
tlie x?rixlii-nl .-jiirit of vengeance
eeni to have taken jKusesnion of
the press of the country. The cry
in "Exterminate ihe. Apaches." A
little i;m management of our Indi
an a flairs would avert all this. The
trouble is with our Indian policy.
Tuk Hon. David MeCaif is in
town today :iud made the IIkkalo
one of his charaeteristicaliy pleasant
calif. Mr. .M.Caiy; reports :i trails in
the western portion of old Cass in
good shape; says fanners are at
work, after the ltnijj winter, in jrood
spirits, anflei paring a fruitful year,
lie als says the Diagonal idc.-t is
attracting attention and favorable
mention in his section.
Tin: oily election is projisiii
peacefully, and the itid w-aliotis are
that a full vote will be polled. There
seems to be 'nit little ipiestion but
that Oen'l Smith will carry the city
by a fjooil majority; many democrats
arc voting for him as a rebuke to the
parties, who have on the eve of an
election, so far underestimated the
intelligence of our people a to at
tempt to detent, him by campaign
i'ou. Chasipiox S. Chase was called
t the finnt to r.-sist the Sav.uik at
tack of tli denioeratie legions in
Omaha, Like wiitn the chivalry of
France pres-ed after the white j lume.
of Henry of Navarre, will the repub
licans and auti-inonops and laboring
men and reformers of Omaha rally to
the staudard of the gallant (Jfiieral.
and we will predict the route of the
democratic hosts horse, foot and dra
goon. We had hoped to get through this
city campaign without "waving the
bloody shirt, but our democratic
friends would not consent. We
hereby call upon Dr. Jno. Black,
Hon. J. 31. Patterson, Counsellor
Crrtcs and ling master llartigan,
not iut. nding to omit Col. Hu liner,
nor the leader of the democratic
class meetings, Elder Connor, to rise
up, while we mildly enquire how it.
sounds to democratic ears anvwav.
to have the democratic hosts rally
ing under that famous garment
which used to strike terror to their
timid souls. Well, well, gentlemen,
it is but another evidence that the
world moves. It beats free trade
twaddle all to pieces. It was a decid
edlv original thought.
Tuk IIfhvi.o has had Mnneiiiing to
;-ay on scvciul occasion? ni.out
ij'tml yinmntfut and the dram
hop iutbiciice in the municip
al politics of the county. It has as it
always hopes lo do, advocated a practi
cal dealing with this question ; i i favor of
l,,:'.:t:-Z t'' public to tli.- very verge of
advanced sinti!Knt,a:ul fro;u lr.it stand
si.i inc very im.i mere is a going
for the whole public.
All men are not co:iti:uced aiike,were
not raised under the same inrhirnces;
were not tducated in the same school f
morals ami will not look at this liquor
jiiesfion alike; hence there, is uo use in
Attempting to force them to take the
same view of the uior:d aspects of this
The IIkkai.d insists on toleration. If
the pub'ie. mind is not advanced far
eiuiiuh to ii.it upon the complete sup
prcs.-ioa of the drain shop, take that
pub ic sentiment as you lind it und urike
the vciy best possible use ot it, placing
the evil mmer as sate contra a i?einm.
'I here are a class f religionists in tin;
conutry ht will not exerci-c ih rieht
of suffrage in tliis country, because ti;cy
clniiii Owl is not n'ttned in the federal
cousti ii(::i. Does any scu.-ihic prac
tical citlz-.-n look upon this :;S any other
than a species of fanaticism? Thesv
people believing in a regublican lorni of
goverunjent, appreciating ils benign
influences, the grand opportunities it af
fords every man in the race of life,to make
the most out of the natural gifts his cre
ator has ltestowed upoa him; because
they cannot have the federal constitu
tion read just as their particular sect
wou?d have it, refuse to participate like
good citizens in governmental affairs,
thus prcmitting the '-itifi lel cl isscs,'" as
they term them, to frame the laws that
govern the fiecurily of their lives and
property. To the IIekald there isuoth
ing sensible or rational iu such wretched
ethics,ciihcr in politics or religion. If a
man is fighting the battle of life upon
the narrow irrational platform of "rule
or ruin" this may do;but to say the whole
country or the vital interests of a flour
ishing city like this of ours with its vaot
interests, the business and property of
f ciijzcn. shall le jeopardized ; in other
tli "Anwtt and bo
ruled by the very w. rst classes, because
HOuic good people foresooth cannot have
the government clear up to their high
standard; and which to the majority of
the people la unreasonable; in down
right nousence; such a spirit ought not
to have survived the daj s when old wo
men were burned ftnd drowned for
The IIkiim.u has no confidence in a
man who is always carrying a bunuer
with "a strange device" high in the
air that the common herd can neither
uce nor rend it; the man who will boast
fully tell you he is gwiog to vote with
the purty which he admits is th friend
and sympathizer of the dram shop in
order to punish some other party be
cause it docs not come clear up to hi
lofty views of temperance, is to express
it very mildly for the IltuALi) a very
foolish man. There is a practical hide
which is the right side to this question;
it is the rule which every man of sense
adopts in his business affairs that in to
make tlie best of the affairs of trade as
he finds them, get the hij;het price for
his produce the market affords, not re
fuse to market it. and thus ruin himelf
and his creditors, because he cannot get
more than it is worth or all he thinks it
is worth; just bo in our political atfairs
gentlemen and fellow citizens; it means
personal and local prosperity; support
the party ami tin: men whom vou honestly
believe will give you the best and most
who!coinc rule. We eaunot in the af
fairs of government have things just as
we want them, any more than we can in
our business intercourse with our fellow
men; and w!r.:c men are mortal we can-
n .t. nor must we as sensible people ex-
pect,psrfection in political parties; vu
tate reform measures within the party
which comes nearest your views. It is
only by the education of the masses that
the world i made to progress.
Dr. Clutter says, "well that beats
my time." Mayor (Jen'l Kroehler has
flopped to the republican side of the
house and Geo. Poisal to the democrat
ic. Thereupon the Doctor proceeds to
relate a liltle anecdote illustrative of
how the matter impresses him.
The: candidate shakes hands with
his beloved fellow-citizen today. To
morrow the citizen well, he will have
to hunt up the candidate or words to
that effect. M. B. M.
Under the auspice of the riattsinouth
W. C. T. U.
CONDUCTED BY MRS. J. X. WISK -
To whom all communications for this depart
ment should be addressed.
Our Teuiperanoe Colnmu
vs t he Knm
As patriot liienzi said in that in
imitable address that has come thun
tiering aown tne ages, "it e come
not here to talk, you know too well
the story of our thraldom we are
slaves!" Not to a petty tyrant, but
to a tyrant whose clanking chains
engirdle the earth, and to the un
nianacling of these galling fetters,
s this Column addressed, without
i'ourish of trumpet or pageantrys
equipment, for our case is urgent
and admits of no delay. "To arms!
to arms!'' we plead. "Men may cry
peace, reace. but there is no peace."
When the bare truth is hunting us
bj' tlaj- and night, a world wide peo
ple in sorest bondage, are bearing
burdens too grievous to be borne.
Already black despair hath well nigh
settled o'er us; scarce a ray of ho;e
is discernible, save bv an eye of
A temperance state enacts a pro
hibitory law today, and tomorrow
finds no record of it, and the enemy
claims defeat. Kansas has cast oif
her needed crown of strength. Jf
humane man or woman, Cod's vice-
j gerents, call not out in clarion voice,
danger ahead! forthwith they are
lassoed by the cohorts of the enemy,
and branded, doomed. Thus, every
star of hope that flashes upon us, is
as quickly dimmed. We pause to
descry, if possible this "hidden hand"
ot death to all that is good and no
ble, when quickly the door of the
caomei nies open, ana mere is re
vealed, the subtle forces twain, Ava
rice and Immoraliti; the former
gaunt ami ghostly, the latter, rank
and reeking, each Satanic agent
clamoring Liberty! Liberty! This
is the knot, shame though it be, that
tics these forces to victory's chariot
wheel, changeling, (bribing the
courts ot justice. J is there no re
prieve, has justice no tribunal, hath
not our appeals reached the God of
Sabaath? St'ill He not hear the wail
of the htIples multitude, and in the
majesty of His power, proclaim lib
erty throughout all the land and to
all the inhabitants thereof? Aye!
the Rubicon will be cr6ssed, we
know not how nor when. What
matter whether it be iu Sinai's thun
dering, or in a still small voice, so
we be hid in the clefted rock, when
the command goes forth, "Let my
people go." "Not until we hear the
shout of the Lucknow heroine. "Did
na hear the Pibroch f, will true
man sheath his sword, or valiant wo
man forsake her trust. Life for the
people, and death to the rum power,
ever one watchword. Soldier.
Rut Rult TnSSSZ,
The through line for Denver
and the Mountains, and nil points
in Southern ami "Western Nebra j
Eastern Connections at
for all points
East, North and South
and all intermediate points.
P. S. EU5TI3
G. W. IIoi.dkeok, Gen. Pas. Ag't,
Uen'l Suot. Omaha. Omaha
Bank s Cass County
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets.
) JOHN BLACK. President, I
) J. M. PATTKKSOX. Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banting Easiness.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Pailjor County and City Warrants.
aad uroinptly remitted for.
John Black. J. M. Patterson. C. II. Pariuele.
K. It. (iuthiiianii, J. .Morriegey. A. K.
omitli. Fred 'Jorder. illy
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
i. A. GIBSON", Vice-rresident.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Mliu Business Traiscckl.
RecelTed. iid Interest allowed ou Tlnie i'eril
Bcats. Druwu available iu any pait of the United
States and all the principal olties of Europe.
Ayent fur tlie celebrated
Hamburg Line of Steamers.
This beautiful three story brick structure, on
lower Maid street, ba just been finished and
fitted up for the accommodation of
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar Iu CODUt,vTith the
27. FRED GOOS. Propr.
2To Humbug Here!
I Can Outsell any One Prlee Clvthiap
Ontilt In 1'Uttsmootb
BY J2B PER CENT.
AND ST! I.I. MAKE MONEY.
Both Here an at my Brancli Store, !
As I Buy For Cash.
Remember tlie above statement.
C. G. HEROLD.
Iff A VIE MhWIElD irOP
Blake's Building, up Stairs,
, , I Where they are daily r ceiving a complete line of all kinds of
PIECE GOODS SUITINGS,
We also wish to inform the citizens of Plattsmouth that we have made
Dying, Cleaning Repairing
On short notice, and warrant satisfaction.
The Finest Pressed Brick
X27 THE STATE,
jl a ar u:factu:rei
Orders received for any quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
A COMPLETE LINE
J. G. CHAMBE
Evervtliinc hand-made and
NEXT DOOR WEST
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Fropr's.
MAN UFA CTURE113 0 F
IRON FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS. -AND
Our facilities for heavy work in Columns mul Castings for Business Houses are
not surpabseu in me Biaic.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds
for all classes of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing.
fi eight and time.
1'artjos luildiu in any part of the State
CASS GOXJ2TT1T IHON .WOHZS
March 1 1th, 1882. PLATTSMOUTH. XEli.
' 7" TT imYx ST.
At Wholesale and
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me
Opposite First National Batik.
warranted. Call in and eee ns.
TO THE LATE
Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
Yl duplicate all eastern
should write for our terms of castings
M Tinners' Stools.
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BV
Sale by J. S.
WilI Hi;!' ami SKLL all kimls of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opposite The Old Iuke Uuiltliny.
Plattsmouth, Feb. 1st, ls8:5 JCtf.
M-i ' t II
(HacreitHor to Ntrrtslit A. Stiller.)
FINE 8 HEAVY HARNESS.
A large line of
Saddles Bridles, Collars, "Whips. &c.
always In stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done tn
Main Street, between Tourtli and Kiftli,
O. M. STKKIOHT. IJuiiK H" Miin;i4.'T.
Chas.Sisimovs. M"-li;mic:il .Mhii:il't. 7'f
HARRIS & UNRUH,
and all kiudr of k'xkIs usually kept in a
FIRST C'IjAKH FLKXITirilE HTOIIR
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods,
Our New and elegant hearse I always iu
Remember the place, in UNION
iW.OCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found night or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
B LJl Til
nOKSK SHOEING & WAGON REPAIRING.
All Kinds of Fan HEDiemGnts Mended wilii
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, 31ule& Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Com and see us.
n Fitth St,
between Main and Vine Streets.
e corner from the kw JIEKALM
Wayon, Buyyy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and yeneral jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and other machinery, as there
la it good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the waou hop.
Be Is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
a mm: mm: or
MEERSCHAUM AND MlAft PIPES
I .! I'OII I ATK.N.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
bi-ei.illy niiuli: frlhf M-tiOl ti rA : -j Ay. U
Pepperberg's Ciu:ar Factory
CAhii AT 'nli:
H. A. WATBBHAH 4 SON
Whol.-Hitl.' ami l;-l.ll IX'iilcr In
Kourtli Mrt'ft, in n ar of.lT.i l!ni.
I'LATTSMOUTII, .- NUWtASKA.
A CoMon-ScHse Remedy.
?.o murv ItlM'iuiml Iniii, Cunt oi'
Immeaiate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed
Five uciir rgtrihllnhril nnil iirvcr .;ioi'n lo foil
in a iiy rune, ac tile or ctironir. Itiftr lo riif
KlnmliiW if Si
alu ihi a.
THE ONLY DISSOI.VICIt OI' TIIK roi.SOV
M S UltlC Ai ll WHICH KXIhlH IN 'Jill?
KMMlK OK KIIKIIMATIO AM) OCJUlY I'A
TIKMS. NAMI'VLICA I" known as a common
kenfe iciMfdy. h(; aut it Irlkcx illn-i Hy ;o. tlie
cause oi Klieuniatlitn. Oont nnil Niir;illii.
while so in aii y no-calltul Rix-iMllcn knd iiiuitej,
pun actus only treat locally t lie fllectn. .
It lias been couci'dcd ly cmiiK'ut HcliMitisIa
that outward applications, nucli a rubbing
Willi oiIh, ointinents, ltii!iiiont. and BOoOiini
lotions will not rnnlii'ute f li-"- dis';u'cs wliicli
arc I In; i miIl oi ihc poi.onm); ui iit i loud
Willi liiii; AchI.
fHA IjH'A MlI.i- ll'.iMi InllH cf- 1
fell nil this, C'll lll'i -l f-i t -- I III- l l-il l'-r.
Jl is n v. i wrliihin lN i. d hy ;ll ci Icln ;ilci
ll ysi i.tii --f A mi iiii anil 1'iiinpc. Ili-hcst
AlciiuMi Acii'lcmy ol I'arin rcjxii i-t :i, eel ut'iit
cuii'M in t inci? days.
ir. e m e: isr T3 m r t
that HAIJCVI.H'A is a certain em for
KII Kl' MAI ISM, llilll and M.l IIAM.IA.
'I Ik inosl ii ti-nse p:ihi arc Miiiducd alinnsl in
stantly. ;ivc it a trial. Itclicf K"ai anted or money
'J'housmids of testimonials neiit on applica
tion. $1 a liox. i; :ixes for 5.
Sent free by mail on receipt of money.
ASK YOL'IC Iul'f;;i.ST FOU IT.
I:ut1onot be deluded Into taking luiilatlmis
or KiibxtituteH, or some llilni; recoiiiuieinleal :ni
"jusl as jrood I" I:i-ist on le genuine wit li the,
name of WASH HI KNK t ( U., on each box,
"Inch Is Ktiarantccd cliiunicalJy pure umlci our
tiuature, an ludisdeiiMible ieiiisjte to iiinuih
Miccci-h in the In almci,t. Take n other, or
send to u.
Wawliburne ti Co., riopiletor.
Uo7 lirnadwav. -or Jieade St.. NEW VOlMv.
FALLING SICKNESS, '
Perm an tly f 'nrcil No Humbug-by one Month 'm
usa'e ul lir. Gouhird'H li-ln ated Infallible
Hi PowiUtn. Tii i-oiiviik-i; fiilleii-rs that t henc
PowtW rs will do all w i laim for tticni, m- will
t-eml th(-in by mail. iot paid, u free '1 rial box.
At Dr. Garland is tin: only Physician that has
ever made thin disease a special sImIv. and as
to our knowledge I liousai.iN have !em per
inanetly cured by the li of thee I'om del s,we
Will niiaraiitee a erii.aiieiit -iii e In every ease,
or refund you all money exi.euded. All suffer
ers should Rive these poWer an early trial.
Stud be eonvineeii el their curative ihihith.
J'rii'e, for lame I'oxe, . ; (y.i, or 4 u.fr for ilo.
Sent by mail to any part of Hie I'niled Slates,
or I'aiiada, 011 r eeipi of in lee, or bv cxinrs.
f. O. I. AiMiess.
ASH & KllI'.J'.INS.
:m Pulton St., lirooklyn. S. V
Iec. 28tli. lhH2 41 tly.
Notice to Physicians.
NotirA Ih herebv clven that bids will !. re
rceeived at the o.'Iiee of the County Cleik. up to
noon of th 2d day of April. iMtj, for the in-d-ical
attendance and furuifinii of iiieiiieiben
for county chaicei and inmatex of countv
iiuuit: iiii'i iiiiK 1111 "ill )l;;ir. J lie t olil-
missioners re- re the riht to reject uuj or all
biclH. y order of County Commissioners.
Witness my hand and -l!lelal seal, tills 7th
day of March. 1km .1. yy. .Iknmmjh.
w51U County Clerk.
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LAFE CNEFL, Prop'r.
Beef Mutton Port YeaL CtMenUc,
Contantly on band.
Also, all kinds of UAXE in season, and ev
erythlng kept in a
FIRST-CL.ASS MEAT SIIOIM
At lowest possible rates.
North 8 id Main8U bet. Uh 1 1
2y , ri-ATTSMorrrw nvr. , . ...
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