Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1884)
e , VOL. 2.
PL A.TTSMO UTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE IS, 1881.
jm at. ii ill ill a. a. i
. . - - ' r
Choice Family Groceries, Carpets, Rugs, Etc
THE "DAYLIGHT" STOEE,
central main street, plattsmoutit, ner.
COB1TEE OF PEAEIi VlsTID SEVEiTTi"
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF-
Cement, Plaster, Hair
We have got the largest and best selected stock of
Choice Family Groceries
in town, and ve will sell them just as cheap as we possibly can and
not " bust. Our Stock of
Qzzeensrvcme and, GrlccsswcLie,
i not large, but the goods arc First-class, and we will give you some
low prices. We pride ourselves on our
Teas and Soices,
"Which we take great pains in selecting and can guarantee to be of
the very best quality.
All you folks who have been going
groceries, come and give ns a chance to give you figures.
We Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same quality of goods and on the same terms. Come and see
FUHNITUIIE 8 COFFINS'-
and all kind ot stood s usually kept In a
FIU8T CLASH K V KX ITCB K STORE
Also. a very complete Block ot Fnneral Goods
KetalMf QOfleaCofflES Castets Holies
Our New and elegant hearse Is always lo
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Wnear we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
t M t .
19 IS EL., ' Proprietor
Flour. Qom jfiol 4
away from home to buy your
SAF .6, CHAiRF,
aTO., KTC, KTC."
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC EUEI AL CASES
! -it rjiiy made and sold cheap for cash
is NOW BEAU
With many thanks for past patronage. I
nvit e fJl to call and examine my
LABGE STOCK OF
Improved Lands for Sale
eoacr s 12 miles from Lenora. Kansas B50
I6 1ft " Orlean Neb. 900
160 U " KeaverCity, Neb. 550
lco , 8 " Log-in, Kansas. I.COO
These lands are well Improved, and can be
bought by paving H csh. and balance on time.
They are cheap, the present owners having
bought therr at forced sale, call and see.
I have some Cheyenne County Lands for
ale yet they are going last.
For particulars call on
TOd?" UniQjj Block.
P0BLI3UEI DAILY AND WEEKLY
The PlattsEontli Herald Pntlisliiiiii Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier toany.part of the
FerWeek f 13
fer Year W
WEEKLY, by mall.
Cue copy six months $1 00
Oiiepopy uui! year 2 00
HeKistered at t .e Post Office, riattemoutb. a
second class matter.
National Eepublican Ticket.
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
It is an elegant and impressive spec
tacle, the people are witnessing, of
democratic maneuvering which is now
progressing in the state of New York,
ilr. Tilden declines a nomination, when
Io, in a moment, in the "twinkling of
an eye," the entire pauorama changes,
and the democratic organ of sight is
narrowed down to a couple of obscure
and practically unknown politician,
who happeu to reside in the Empire
State, An ex-Congressman, by the
name of Flower, and Grover Cleveland,
the present chiet executive of New
York, who until two yeajs ago, was
unknown and unnoted, even in Lis own
neighborhood, in his native state.
"We trace the democratic and the re
publican newspapers in vain for auy
thing national, anything marked, any
thing noted, in regard to either ot these
gentlemen. Mr. Flower, we read, is a
very wealthy, and a very brassy local
politician, who was only laughed at on
a count of his impudence and pre-
su. option np to the moment Mr. Tii-
den positively declined fie Domination
last Week ; of the other man, we only
know fortuitous circumstances, brought
about by the struggle for mastery be
tween the M.mning and Tammany fac
tions of the New York democracy two
year9 ago, happened to find in the ob
scuro lawyer, Cleveland, an availablo
candidate in the convention, th)3 fol
lowed by the republican bolt on Fol
ger, has made for trover Cleveland all
the notoriety and reputation he is now
banking on for the great prize of the
We ay this is an anomalous and a
remaikable st.ite of atTiirs; apparently,
not eyen a s .-cond rate statesman with "
in th? democratic parftr, who has has
rendered that p trty an I the country
service, either at h ma or abroad,
dare raise his head in the national con
vention. The Paynes, Hendricks Ic
Donald's, Buyard's, Randall's Carlisle's
and scores more of men of genius and
note are relegated to the dat k shadows of
the democratic lobby, whilst these non
descripts are trotted into the ring by
the democratic managers, and the
great "What is it" is sounded fortU as
the only live specimen of a remarkable
an l hitherto supposed, extinct race of
In the d. mocratie party alone, the
"dark horse" is kept in the foreground.
To inteliigcnt democrats the coutrast
tetwen the position of their party,
with its obscure candid atfs, and the
great republican party, with its famous
3 andurd bearers, must be both humil
iating and painful.
The Omaha Republican need not
squirm ovtr ihis paper's ol jection to the
foolish and very objectionable and very
untrue assertion of that organ thai,
"The Hayes, Garfield, and
Arthur Atimiuistrations were based
upon the spoils system."
Savs the Republican:
"The Herald m ist admit that nei
ther one of the president's named was
thediO ce of the people."
To assort this is to coolly assume
that this paper is willing to "admit"
the truth '.n he a falsehood.
This p.j; i- not of the kind that Is
going to t1- v imperfections," in our
form of .ivernmcut, but we do not
promise l. nave we any patience with
any partis ... organ that does promise
a milleui . undet Mr. Blaine; espe
cially at ;.i expeu3e of a democratic
attack U r. .he best administration?
this coun'i has ever had po tar us the
admini-iti tn of our civil serviee is
concerned xiace its infancy davs under
Jefferson nyd. and A Jama.
The Herald asserts that there is as
much difference between the civil ser
vice loliniis" and practices of Megtrs.
Hayes and Arthur and that of .Tafksou
and B ichanan, as there is between the
civilization of the Mexican States and
our own progressive government.
The Herald does not admit that the
politicians, so-called, cheated the peo
ple by nominating Messis Hayes, Gar
fcld and Arthur. Ou the contrary ve
know the fct to be that in those fa
mous'Ntttional conventions the politi
ciirii of which Mr. Blaine'is one of out
brightest, were badly worsted and un-
hoised and, that, the civil sercics re
formers holding the b.tlanco of power
dictated those nominations.
o, then, all we ak of the Omaha
Republican is to drop it a t-mX-iocal iu-
sanity, tome down out. of the cloud..
"pull down its vest," and advocate Mi
Blaine's election ou national and prac
UNDER WHICH RULE?
Mr. dmund8, who has always been
a Republican from principle, speaks at
the republican ratification meeting to be
held in Washington city tomorrow. Ii
well then be in onler for tne go-called
independents to bo.'t Mr. Edaiuud3, be
cause Mr. Edmunda certainlv must te
a depraved man to be in favor of Mr,
Blaine for the Presidency, when Geo.
William Curtis and his followers are
against Mr. Edmunds' favorite.
Tlie fact of the whole matter is that
Mr. Curtis' paper "The Weenly," aud
the New York Times, are coutroled bj
interests that are wholly un-American;
interests that can be nothing else tnau
unfriendly to James G Blaiae and Juo
A. Logan. The Hekakd means the
same interest that has stimulated the
hero from Arbor Springs ijodge to cry
out against the American policy oi
protecting home industries. The Her
ai.d means that exac-ly the same fer
tilizer is used upon Harper's Weekly
and such newspapers as the agents ol
the Cobden Club of London have used
upon such statesmen as the one that.
about every change of the moon, huds
forth from Otoe county, either in the
Chicago Times n the The I'ost of
Washington; in other words. thitclas
which Sam Randall so thoroughly
skinned in the speech he mede lasi
month in opposition to Mr. Morrison'
rnoon-ejed tariff measure.
There is a very potent reason why
certain subsidized organs are bitterh
opposed to Mr. Blaine, which the peo
ple are coming to well undersrand, and
our democratic friends will uudet-
tand before this campaign is ended,
that stalwart Americanism is ut pai
yet awhile on this continent. Mr. J as.
G. Blaine needs no platform as lettei
of credit to the American people, espe
cially in these times, when the isue
comes down as to whether Englisti
manners aud British gold or American
patriotism and American interests shah
rule and shane the future destinies ol
of our country.
LET THEM COME-
Special to t?ie CnieajjoTribune.
Ever since the nomination of Blaine
and Logan by the Republican National
convention, reports have been current
here that there would be a heavy de
fection of the Irish Anieiicau vo ers
from the democratic voters in thiscin,
and that the Democratic bosses were
doing all they could do to keep the
Irish quiet and prevent their opeu
avowal of an intent to support Blaine
The Baltimore American, in order to
get at t he real truth of the matter, has
obtain d interviews with the leading
otliceri of variom societiej here, and
also other romiuent Irish-Americ-n
citizens. By tnese i;iteriews it is
clearly shown that, so far a3 Bdtiiimie
is concerned (and the Irish vote herr
is what gives the democratic ncajority)
many Irishmen will vote for Blaine
and Logan. P. S. Campbell, President
of the Knights of St,. Vincent, said:
"Unless the Democrats nominate such
men as Bayard or McDonald the lie
publican ticket will win. Many of our
young men are in favor of Blaine
One said to me the other day he was
going to vote for Blaine. It would be
the first time he had voted the Repub
lican ticket, but he thought he was jus
tified in doing so when the demociats
persisted in sending men like Hewitt,
of New York, to Congress io betray
Irish affairs to the British minister.
Blaine will take care of our interests
James Doyle, ex president of the
Robert Emmet Association, said: "I
am a B.aine and Login m.in ni matter
what the democratic ticket is. I will
volc tor Blaine because ha" replicants
the true sentiment of tLe American
R. 1. German, President ol the
Knights of Sf, I'eler; s-iid: "James G.
Blaine, is my choice against tl whole
field, because of his bold, :resive at
titude while secretary of state. The
American foreigu policy adhered to for
years past aui carried out by both di
plomatic and cousular ugeiicie.t, Iiuh
been a standing insult to 50,000.000 of
Americans. Under a Blaine adminis
tration all this would be ch uii'd. As
an Atncricau adopted citizen, I owe im
slavish allegiance to aoy party, m-jcu
particularly to that one controlled by
the BelmoutH, Jlewittn, and other pro-
English'lij pocntes. I am sutii-fixd that.
if Blaii.e is elected his Admiititra-
, tion to
be in marked coutra-iistiuc-the
English dudeism of the
present one, and 1 feel that the rights
of American citizens will be moticted
at homeyud .ibio.id."
P. C, O'C -usior, Secretary of the
Knights of St. Patrick, declared he
would vote f r Lilaice unlets t! Demo
crats nomimued Butler.
Bernard Doyle: "Bl th.e is my choice
because he ij a thoroui Aui'-ric.in."
John Li. MithewH, 1 'emocraiic ex
member of the Maryland L-gisltture
and the Baltimore Cny Couix i!t said:
"l'here is a strong sentiment anu-ngthe
Irish people favorable !o the election
of Blaine. He is bold and ;ig: revive,
and there is an abiding l'.iilh among out
people that under his Administration
the rights ot forcigu-barn citizens
would be protected."
The above are the views of Iri;di
Dcutociats of llnltiuiore, each one
waom wields considerable iunueuc--Democratic
HOME II' EMS
"All yotirowu fau't
If you r -tii-tir. m; wui'ii you can
tet liup bitieis tli.t lievi r-! -lb
The weakest woman. smuiUvt child,
and sickest iu valid ctu use hop bitters
with sat'ty an 1 great go,d.
Ola men tottering around frmn lllieti
inatisui, kiduey trui'le or any we-ik-ne-ts
will be almost new by u-ing ho.
My wife and daughter wen; m:idi
healthy by th u-se t hop bit t-r.s amt i
recomineiid Litem to my peopli.
Ak any goo t doctor if "nop
Bitters are n t t.itj besi. i'.uiiy :irdiuhi
Ou eu. U).
Malarial fevt-r, Ague and Biiiions
n.ss, will leave evt-iy ueignborhood ap
iooii i"S hop bisters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis
and neuralgia al' out of hf-r ftvft'iu
with hop bitter-"." ED OiWEGO SL'S.
Keep the kidney tie iltiiy witli hop
bitters a id yon need n-t tear sic!hev.
Ice V4tiT u rcn iefei inr:ni .-s and
more refilling and reviving with ho;
bitiers in evtrv draugm.
The vig.ir ot yo.itli for the a;;ed
and infirm la h p bitters!
''At t'se o'l irs. of 'ife notliim eq's ila
Ilupbitiere to ahy all tt'u'.ile iueiiient
"The best periodical for Indies to
take monthly aud from which the
will H-c' ive the greatest benefit is hot)
Mothers with sickly, fretful, uura
ng c.hiljren, will cure the children
an 1 benefit themselves by taking ho'
Thousands die annually from some
form of kidney diseaethat miilit navn
deen prevented by a timly tisa ot hop
Indigestion, wcakstoinarh, irrcgu
Iaritie of the bowels, canot cxiat when
hop bitters are used
Atitnely if -a of hap
Bitters will keep a -.vho family
In robnst h?;ilt!i a year ac a little cost.
To produce real genuine sleep and
child-nke repos- all ntgn;, take a uttic
hop bitters on retiring.
Titat ind'irstiou (r stomach gas a
nii-nt, prcver.ting r: st aM s ::, wii
disapi-ar bv using hop bitter?.
Paralytic. n;-rvou-, ttttU'thnis old
ladies are in-; 'e tK.rfectly tiuitt and
spriglitly by using hop bitter:?.
June 12 lSSi wlrn
Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it f-ts be
yond the reach of medici"e. Thev
ofien sav, Oh, it will wear away, ut in
most cases it we irs them aflMv. Could
th-y be induced to try th succecsful
medicine called Kemp'- IJt!--.im, ha?
I sell ou a positive guarantee to t or.
they would immediately see the excel
lent effect after taktnsr ;he Gist dose.
Price 50c and 81; trial siz fr.-c.
Respy, api3 4m 'V.J.Warrick.
fifteen vsr cent lUcouat oi nil cus
torn made work hereifter. at Sher-
wood'i FOft CASH. To establish my
business in every d'-p trtmut on a
6trictly cash basis this inducement is
made in all custom made work.
Uudr the reduction a thoc thaJ
costs S3 00 no'V. costs $7.65 for cash.
A boot that costs $3 00 now c sta o.
A boot that co8t3 S5.50 now cons
83.GQ cash at Sherwood's. 53a wStf "J
jES ju 3J jSL !
I'L.VTMMOL'T.'I. - MCKKASKA.
O-A.IPJ.TVIi, - $75,000.
JOHN IM.ACK, .'It AN K UUUTII,
1 "r. M d e n t . V ie -1 "res I lie li t .
W. II. Cl'WIMNtJ. CaMiitr.
Jtihn Clack, V. ll. Cushlns, Frank Carruth,
J. A. Connor, li t'd HiTiiiiaim, J. W. Jolin
f:i, K. K. (iolhiiiaiiu, IVLt-r Muiiiin,
Win. Welei c.ini, llcury Iicjvk.
Traiisart" a '.i;n r.il lanklnif Itii'lness. All
u ii.i ti ir any II.iii k I up inisluMMH lo traiiNact
ar InvlH'J lo call. matter liow
l.iivc r "in. ill tue tianHaciKiii, It
will ri'ceivc our careful alteuLiou,
a. id v piuintti always four
tc .ui trfutnu'iit. ,
1-i-iits f.VriiMi-iit-s ol l oalt.s tx; irln Interest
.'avttand elii Foii-Isii Kxciihiiko, Comity
and I'ltv Hfi'uritii'w.
ivn.s hi rzoKiiAi.i, ,
, . A. VV. MCUUUULIN
Ol' i'LAT loMOUTH, tfKBUASKA,
Oil".!i-a t:m very hurt fucilillPi for the nroiiTi-t
rraiiHa'tua of J- J i Imate
.!:., (i.mrts, UoliI, ":vcrn':ieat and Loca
i;; fi:ni'! Jioij-jiit an 1 1 SmIh, l'-Mti red v
ed a. ul i;il-ii;jt alioivcd on I ium tjfilill
c;tti'ct Oral r ollwii, availauJii i:i any
pai lol tli L'l.iii-d MlatcH and all
the iiin:ltal towiin of .
C'jU--:'.liohs ir.tfle tt- pnnuplly remitted
rk'.-t pnceH paid for County VVar
St;:tt; at.d tliuntv Bouds.
.Joint K. Clanc.
K. K. winie.
A. W Mi.auifti!!n.
WKKVING WAT Ell, - NKll.
L. ItEEO, President,
li. A. (HiLiON, Vice-President.
It. S. VILK1NMON. Cashier,
A General fiaESini Biismcss Transacted.
ttoccived. aud Interest allowed vn Tlinu CVitJ-Hcatr-t.
iiu.wn available Jn any pirt of the UiiUoi
stales ;it.d al; th; pi inclnnl :itinf of Europe.
Ayents for the celebrated
Bank Cass County
t'otuer Miti.-i and Sixth Streets,
M PA ft.M KI,E, r-r-Kldiitt
1. t'AL itinjS. Casnier. f
cts a aanufai mmg Easiness.
1 J. u ii t: i o
nujnEoT cash riticE
i'ald or County and City Warantn.
-I prcJiii'tly rernilted f.r.
I: U WinHiia, J. 'I. Tatt-fison, C. II. Pam ela
I'". It. Uiitbmann. W J.AKuew.A. IJ.
Snj 1 1). K i d0 order.
BLiOui Grille .c!raka
A general IJ inking business trans
ac'ci. Money to Loan, lot, allowed on
time dt-posit-t. Co. lections made and
J. . Marker, 11. E. 2I anker.
C. A Mankkr. Asc't Carh.
CALL, AT THE
I A. WA'rHHAH & S
Wholesale and Ketll Dealer la
s is;!, doors,
Votirth Street, in rear of Opera House.
An fixate watch cli irm and two door
-' """-ii tii uui dun iwuuoor
-y. Call at thi-j otfico. prove prop
f y, t ay for this notice and get the
Crown Mill Flonr.
W. F. Allen, the old Ci county
iit'11-r, who i now runnincr the Crown
Mills at Ashland, has bio rl mr on sale
' ",'.!;' Plattsmouth market, Dovey &
Son kepi nar it alwav io.stofic A
trial of the Crown Mill brands will
lirovH tr Hnv ti.nr it s t UDcrior t i anv
fl-ur iu the market. , SJ0l4w48tf.
A eci I two horfl farra.w jjon for
sale. . Enquire ixt Eenue'.t...t Lewis.
Powered by Open ONI