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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1884)
nuclilm'x Ar;ilca alt c.
The .Saivein tin- w-iM forests,
llruaea, S , Ul r-, bait ilheutp, I V
Ter sores Tetter Chit ! hmds Chilb
lains Crn and all Mm Eruptou him I
posiliviy euro Ph.-h r no pav n inred.
It H gaumiteed t give perfect i-atis-faction,
r uio:i-y reiuiidrd. Prbe JA
cents per box. S.t!.. Hy.l. M. Itob
rt's. N',,v- 27 i;J 'y
The Best Courti Medicine
In Hi e World.
SAMPLE HKK OF CIIAIUJE.
Call at Warrick s drug sit rc, ami
et a sample bottle i BrowuV Kxpec
loraut free of chnrge. It cures CoiiIih.
Hoarseness. Whooping Cougn and C
sumption in its coly aige. It is
ArientirV- preparation, admirably t.'-iaj t
ed lor the cute ot nil Throat ami E"n:r
Diseases. It U pbu nt to taK.e anu
eutlr. ly nannies-. Try it; ii ccm y;i
nothing. K-.'l ir -ize' ot'h-, r ) cut-.
l i oo ,r s U- b V. '. W..rri. fc.
Jan. U .utwl
1 Cmiiiot lie.
Tilden Declines -'Re-Election."
Free 1 iuvvl Free !
NEW DISCOVERY FOR PILES.
A uevf remedy fr it dreaded "Ur
ease Las beeu ilL-coveied by Ur. l'';b V
A ulnglo application will coitviut.o tin
most skeptical of its most wundei rf wl
healing powers. Ily calling on W. J
Warrick dni!igi, u inn oM.hu :i
sample box tree of charge, which v M
satisfy yon of iHctuative qualit'ie.
J in i'.iwJ
Assorted tints of Diamond Wall Fin
in may be found at Fishcr'sdrmr sf ore,
revolving 5gn. 4b Wtf
All par ie kuoAiu 'hem-che. o
l.e indebt d to me wid I lea3- mil a d
make lull settlement at unci-, s that
hereafter we can conduct a strictly cas-h
busiuess. Please give tbi your imim
d35 w3w Robt Sherwood.
la tlie Future
When you have a cough and want ro
lief, think ot Kemp's EtU-aiu for tl.
Throat and Lua's; i ifuarantewl reme
dy for those diseas-. Price 50c and
i; trial size free. R sncetfi'llv.
apr 3 4m W. J. Wahku k.
Twentv-five cents in adv.mre will
en'itleyu to u-e f ihe Piatt.-mouth
circuialing libra! y or no tnontl-.
4.V.vl'i W. J. Waui;ick.
; James Illaliie.,;'
The work en'itled "Twenty V ars of
Congress" to itnt Puccinci and iin
nartial history of Cnjrressiin vl I'gis
latiim extant, will b- is ued from tin ,
New V.k. Jnr.e 11 The .tl wing
cowiiiiunirNitio.'i from craui'.ul .1. Tildtn
l,t been :lven to tba assooiated press:
N-w Yirk June 11, Daiuel
Maitidiip, chairman f the Democratic
St::tc Cnniunttee of New oik: In
mv it;: fir of June 1, 160, ad'lr:eii to
hes ilen-'aien frni thu .Statu ' New
Yoiktotbe demoen'tie National norc-
v mi i a .id ;
"ilaYiii io .' home faisiilully my
full sbi'.i e id labor and care in t'te pub
lie "i rvi'".-, aa l wearing the marks of
its l uidcns I d-irf( nothing so much U3
an !.r.;;oriblt discharge. I wih to lay
down tb 1 onor3 and toil cf qca..
parry leadership, and to seek the
n fcPoE of trivatr life.
In renouncing a retsfn.'itia'ion forth
Prei-d ncy I d- ?o i'n no doubt in my
mind .vs to the vo:.- f the State ot
Xw York, and of U United States
but because I believe that it is a r
uunciation of a re-e!eetiou to tbo prei
dei)C3-. To those who think my re
nomination and re election indispensa
bly to an tffjetual v'.ndicati.n of the
rii:bt of the people 1o elct their rulers
viw.u.cil Iu my person I i:av ac
c rde-l ns lng a reerv u my decir.ion
s po.'.nble, but I cannot overcum ; my
repugnaLco to enter into a new engage
mnt wliich involves foir years of
ef.-i -elf's toil. The dignity of a presi-
dviiiial ofticp is above a merely persona
ambition. Its value is a great power
for irood to the country, In acrcptin
I SAID KIOIIT years ago:
-iiov. ::g as I do, that therefore,
in iu fi-e-h experience how srreai the
treps in a few day. In the meantnm
1I.L.E. Lincoln will mil t.n yot, j ( between gliding through an
For : h.nd-oii.e liiot, sub .all
made, in the b-at of atyle, an i Iron
auv nullity f rols you ur.: s ieei
call on K." Dre' if i, Merchant Tailor.
In Sherwood Clock. lo.Ilm
Diamond Wall Finish, at Fisher'
n - -
This beautiful three ftrv brick rtnu-ture.oD
owtr Maid street, ha;- jast beeD ftitwhed anil
ited up for the acc;iitRottatlon of
ASH - -
c,7ERY THING NEW AND CLEAK
tf. F'?Fn COOS. Pr.iyr.
W. XL MA LICK,
Mm aM trimmiiiU
SIGH & ORNAMENTAL
y .-.iCrs left with me will
.cceive, proniot attention.
tOK. 1 IFTTT AXI VINE STKEETS,
rLATTSMOUTII. - NEBRASKA.
Or. Home's ElRGiric Belt
Will care Xervouie I.umliao. Klietnna
tisni. 1'aralxHis. Ncaralia. Sciatic:. Kiclnej-,
Spine and f.ivertiisea'i. Coal. AS(lm:a Heart
dweaxi', lispc"ia Ct'nstipaiitm. Krysiplas.
Catarrh, Itltvs. K ilfiy. linpot?ncy. Dumb
Acne, Prul:ijsus.rt?rl.ctc. Onlyseieiililie Kh-e-trie
Hcltin America th it siil-t the K'eciricity
and M iKxeiisin tlirouli tlie loly. and caa le
rot-harked in an lus-tuni by tlie pa'tifiit.
$1,000 Uoub) .ot asu.t it.
1r. IIobve I tras uffiicted wit a rlieumat ism
a ii 1 cared by u-iin h Ix-It. To any tin alttictetl
nti!i that ttl-teaK. I wi-uld say. 'buy Home's
Klfctr c Belt. Anv 0:1 can confer with mo ly
writlnj; tr calling at iy r-toro, 14 ."O loutlii St.,
nihj. Neb. WILLIAM LY X8.
Main Okkice Opcotite - o-t uffi't, room 4
If- fi't a e at C. F. CnoUman's Ori g Store.
Yu- Karnnm Ktieet timaha.
Orieis lllic 1. i. U. ClJ.l'i lm
At tUe dnu-iown sa!ooa.
PPOSITS Till: PHRKIN's HOUSE.
- Keops aco r.pl.'te la? ol
JW 3L 1ST S3
"5 iTi'TCC' -
;NT) CIGASS. BOTTLED REFR,
-AE ANP PORTER.
ftRUS'S 0I.IAHA BEER
and ma bt hrM.ui of Renturry
llicial iitutine and working out a re
:orai tl pyb ems and policies, it i:u-
ptisslble for me to contemplate wha
ueeds to W done In the federal admin-
i.str..tion without an anxious sees of
;be dilliculties of the undertaking. If
-uniuioued fy the suffrages of my
eouutry men to uudertak the work, I
ahall eudt-avor with fie-d's help, to be
the t ilicieut instrument of their will
Saab a work of renovation, after
te:.rs of misrule, such a reform of sy9:
u ui and pobcies. to which I would
he rfully have sicrilicod all that re
mai ied to me of health and life, is now.
BEYOND MY STRENGTH.
My purpose to withdraw from ft;r
t r public .seryice, and the grounds of
i- w ere at that time well known to you
..n l to otl.ers, and when at Cincinnati,
tao ugh respecting my wishes yourself.
yon communicated to me au appeal
fiom many valued friendsto relinquish
that purpose. 1 reiterated my deter
minalion unconditionally. In the 4 yiE.
wl.ico hae since eiap-d nothing has
occurred to weaken, bat everything to
str-nthen 'the considerations which
indurcvl my withdrawal from public
To all who have addressed me on the
subject, my intention has been frankly
com.cuaicated. Several 01 my most
cocg-ieutial friendf, under thsancion
of their own naiut , have put.!:iMy
MY DETERMINATION TO fit: IlilthVfK
SXBLK. t'hat 1 havi cccrs o 1 no tt t ii-idur
the qae3!iou, is kn even?, for .ti.i. i. 1
have no re-ponsibiii.;.. The :pal
made to u e by the i'eii.iettic s usr.;es
with apparent uaanimitj', to serve tliem
cuce more, is entitled to the most dtf
demia! consideration, and would in
ppiie a disposition to do anything de
sired of me if it wer. consistent "with
my judgment of duty. I believo that
thee 13 1.0 instrumentality in human
socoiety sc potrutial in itb li ien e
11 o 1 mankind for 'icd orev:!atbe
govtrnmenlal machinery for adminis
ter ng jus ice and for ranking and exe
cuting tho laws Not all the eleemcsy
n ry ins-Hut ons of private bentviK
Isace to which philanthropists may de
vote their lives arc so fiuitful iu bene
tits as ti;e rescue and preservation of
this machinery from the perversions
j that make it the instrument of
Co.VSPIHACT, FKAUD AND CRIME
against the most tarred rights and in-terets-of
the people. For fifty years
a a private citizen, never contemplat
ing an ofiici-l ca ear, I havo devoud,
at as much thougbt and effort to
the duty of influencing aright the ac
ti " ot the governmental institutions
o. my country us to all other objarts.
I have never accepted official service,
purpoo and only when the cccaslon
Seemed to require from me that Kacri
Uce of priva'.e preference to the public
welfure. I undertook the ptale ad
ministration of New York bccaiuc it
was supposed that iu that way only
could the executive power be ai rayed
on the bide of the re folios to which as
a private citizen 1 had yiven throe
years of my life. I accepted the nomi
nation for the presidency iu 1876 be
cause of the general conviction that
would best present the issues of reform
which the democratic majority of the
people deired to have woiked out in
the tederal government, us it has been
la that of tlie state of New York. I
believed that I had s-trength enough
t ien to renovate the administration of
the government of the 1,'uiud Mates,
a ol at the close of my term to hand
over the great trust to a succeMor faith
ful to the 8 amy policy.
Though anxious to seek the repose of
private life, I nevertheless aeted upon
the idea that every power is a trtivi
aud involves a duty. In rcidv to the
address of the committee ctoiimurjicat- '
ing my nomination, I depictod the ditli
cultica of the nudcrta .ing and !il;eted
my feelings in engaging in it to tho.e
SOI.IMKi: F.NTEEINO IJATTI.l".
but I did not withhold tbs entire eou
3?craTKn of my pov c:r to iJjo public
arvice. Twenty years of continuous
maladmiuis'ration vnder the demoral
ising influence of intestine war and of
Lai I'nsn c, have infected the whole
government system of the United States
with a cancerous growth of fale con
structions and corrupt practices. Pou
erful Glasses have acquired pecuniary
interests in official abuses, and the
moral standards ot the people have
been impaired. To redress these evils
is a work of great dilliculiy and labor,
aad cannot be accomplished without
the most energetic and efficient person
al action on the part of the chief execu
tive of the republic.
ami the ftdmini.-tratiou which it is tie-
sired that I tihoult! undertake would
embrace a period of nearly rivo years.
Nor can I admit auy illusion as to
their burdens. Three years of experi
ence iu tbo endeavor to reform the
municipal government of the city of
New York, and two years' experience
of renovating the administration of
the state of New York, have made me
familiar with the requirement of such
a work. At the present time the con
siderations which induced my action :'n
1880 have become imperative.
I OUGHT NOT TO ASSUME
a task which I have not the physical
strength to carry through. To reform
tho administration of the federal gov
ernment to realize my own ideal, and
to fulfil the jut expectations of the
people, would indeed warrant, as they
could alone compensate, the sacrifices
which the undertaking would involve.
But iu my condition of
and declining strength, I feel no assur
ance of my ability to accompln-h those
objecls. I am therefor constrained to
say definitely that I cannot assume the
abors of an administration or of a
canva-s. Lndervaluiuir in no wise that
the lest gift of heaven the occasion
and the power sometimes bestowed
upon a mere individual to communi
cate an impulse for good. Grateful
beyond words to my fellow count! y-
raeu, who would assign uch a beuefl
dent function to me, I am consoled by
the reflection that ueither the demo
cratic party nor the republic,- for whose
future that party is the best guarantee,
i& now or ever can be dependent upon
ANY ONE MAN
for their successful progress in the
path of a noble duty. Having givcu
to them heretofore whatever of health
an 1 strength I possessed or could bor
voir from the future, and having reach-
el the e-m of my capacity for sin h
labors aa their welfare now demand.-, I
but submit to the will of God in deem
ing my public career forever closed.
Signed Samuki. J. Tilden.
PaOFtiSSIOrfAL CA H OS.
W- C03K. M. D
Physician and Sci:;o.v,
OFFICE At Fis:ir:t's Duto Stoke.
;i:o. s. toirrii,
ATT 'KNEY AT LAW. will j.ractirw In all
Courts of the State. Offlco In Fii(?prll H!ock.
NEHK HK A,
At.I.KN IShKSON". A. N. SUI.I.IVa.V.
iii:t:so. & si i.liv4,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will rivo prompt
tttcntiu to a 1 business Intrusted to tlit-iu. Of
fice in Cuion lilai'k, ba.it sitte.
PLATTSMOUTH - NCBR18KA.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Casenie&t of Tank of Cas County.
Ccrneu Sixth and Mais istheztb.
UOTA-PfT X TJ 33 XjXO
Particular attention civd to tin' pivparatlon
f paporK lor "h eatu, I'atouts anil Wfilt ration
of 'lruttf Marks and l.i!a;l-.
Jot tir0 offhe Peace.
Elm wood Neb
Collection a specialty ami jives
prompt at tear i . P. O address Klm
kU. A. MALISUCU .
)fiice over Smith, Black & Co's. Dru;? Store.
First class dentistry at reasonable piicea, 2Jly
ATTOltNICY AT LAW U NOTAltY PUBLIC.
TLATTriMOUTn, - NEBIt V3KA
Ap;eut for Steirnsldp lines to and from Europe.
I t. U.
Pract icing Physician .
Off.co. Corner Main and 7th Street.,
PLATTSJIOI'TH, ...... KF.I1RASK1.
J. S TSTURD EVANT, M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKOX.
Atter. -.calls, dy or night.
w2fltf Eight Milk Rbovj, Kkb.
U. K. 1.1V IX UhTO.V. 91.
PHYSICIAN & 8UBCEON.
OFKI HOUK8, from 10 a. in., to 2 p. in.
Exainin. u Surgeon for U. S. Pension.
IK. M. MlLLf K,
PilYSICIAN" AND SURGEON,
Can be found by calling at his office, corner 7th
and Main Streets, In J. II. Waterman' house.
JA.H. S. J1ATHKWH
ATTOnJtEy AT LAW.
Oftlce over r.aker & Atwood's store, outh side
ot Main between 6th and 6th street?.
NTKttllK A CLAHK.
ATTOitNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in ail
the Courts In the Stale.
DUtrict Aitinty and Jffotarti Public.
'.V UjL. ti. WI.HK.
COL LJPCTJOJVS A'TJSTCJji L2i.
ATTORNEY AT LtVW. Real Estate. Fire In
surance and Collection Agency. Office Union
block. riaUi;;o';t;i Nebraska. 22u:3
ft. II. WliKKI.F.lC A CO.
LAW OFFICK, Real tate. Fire and Uii In
surauce Airetts. i'lattsnioutU, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, nwtrtiate
loans. &: tft l
JA.1I KS K. .UOilitlSOX.
ATTORNEY AI LAW. W l urastice iu Casst !
and adjoining Counties ; gives fpecia: attention '
li cuutxuwiis aim ausiracis 01 lute, unic in :
.Sherwood Block, PlattHniouth. Nebraska. j
ROKF.IST IS. n iMIIIAll,
ATTOBNKI AT LAW.
Oillce over Carruth's Jewelry Stora.
Plattsnioath. ... - Nebraska.
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a .? o
o C5 O
M. A. HARTIGAN,
jL A W Y 13 B.
. FirzuKjt Slock. Plai-ismoutii Keii
Prooipt and cartful attention to a general
K. DliESSLER, j
Merchant Tailor. ;
pi.attsmouhi. - - - NEB. !
Dr. C. A. Marshall
.Successor to Clutter & Marshall.)
13 12 1J I S T I
Preservation of natural teetit a r-pecialty.
Teeth extraHed without pain by us of
All work wa;T:inttd.
Fttz:fbt.t Ri oi-k.
PAINTERS & DECORATORS,
K A I.SO MINI V : . PA PER A NfJINfl,
Leave your orders with them f'tr
6fli Stj Near lain.
PLVTTSMOUTII, . XERCASKA.
RefricraratDra in all ai7 ;n at Tlenrrt
Hiving taken charge of thi Cox
TAtiB llOUE. I t-hull try to furnish all
p; tr ns wiiti eomf T'abl quarters and
ktep the ta left supplied with the bst
in tre maket. TTanifnt custom aad
board I y the day ot week ?olicite !.
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