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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1884)
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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1881.
Choice Family Groceries, Carets, Rugs, Etc-
THE "DAYLIGHT" STORE,
CENT :AL MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTIL NEB,
COB1TBR OF I'E-A.ieiL VInTX3 SIHiVIinsr'X'T
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF -
MIXED I .&.X2TTS, LiXSE,
aisod rasopiEcar tod stay.
We have erot the largest and best selected stoclc of
Choice Family Ciroceries
in town, and we will sell them just as cheap as we possibly can and
not "bust. Our fctock oi
QizcerLSWccre cuxcL O-lasswcLie,
is not large, but the goods are First
low prices. V e pride ourselves on our
Teas and SDices5
"Which we take great pains in selecting and can guarantee to be of
the very best nuality.
All you folks who have been going
groceries, come and give us a chance to give you ngures.
Wo Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same quaity of goods and on the same terms. Come and see
or. x. TJKTJia:,
. . DEALEK IN
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS
and all kind ot Kooda usually kept In a
FIIINT CLAMH FUBSHTTBE KTOKE
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods
Metaliic&f oaJenCofins Cas&ets Roles
' EMBLEMS, Ac.
Our Now and elegant hearse ii alwaya In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors south of Cass Coun
vtujar we may be round night or day.
J. 1 UNRUH,
.. . .. . . i.vrr"uijra. nf.b
flour, Corn ifaal eft Fmd
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: i 1 " "" " - mi i i ii' . - , . 1. , . "
' : -..., I. i s -"!!3'a -in!" ' "..'. j-. -sj, , zaTea,,
- class, and wc will give you some
away from home to buy your
ETC., KTC. KTC.
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
of all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
1- FE HEARSE
IS NOW BEAD
(With many thanks for past patronage. I
nvit e all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
3itr. t't'xjrTPHR axii ovtrtr.x
Improved Lands for Sale
.CO acres 12 miles from Lenora, Kansas $650
itw is Orleans. Neb. 900
ico " is " Beaver City. Neb. 530
lco 8 " Lomx, Kansas. l.coo
These lands are well improved, and can be
bought by paving H cash, and balance on time.
They are cheap, the present owners having
bought then; at forced eale. Call and see.
I have some Cheyenne County Lacds for
a1e yet they are going fast.
For particulars call on
W. S. WISE,
71 w2w Union Elock.Q
PCM.ISHKD DAILY AND WKKKLY
The Plattsmouth Herald PnWistk Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier io any.part of the
Per Week ' $ is
Per Month m
Per Year oo
WEEKLY, by mall.
One copy six months
oue oopy one year. ,
Registered at the Post Oaice,
second class matter.
National Republican Ticket.
FOli I Mi ESI DENTj
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
THE PEOPLE ARE TO BE OBEYED.
"Mark me well, by the ides of No
vember the patriotism of the people
will be thoroughly aroused and the
camp-fires that have been slumbering
will be rekindled and burning brightly
upon every hill, lighting up every val
ley within tho conhnca ot the entire
Lnited States of America. Applause
Notice will then be given that no man
or set of men can set themselves up as
dictators to the American people as to
what they shall do. rAppIause.l That
neither the government of the United
States, nor the republican party are
ready to yield their rights or prerog
ative to a few men who are ever dis
satisfied because tney cannot control.
Applause,! Our jroverument is built
upon the theory thai the people shall
rule. The republican yarty, upon the
sauiu theory, demands that the people
shall control. fApplause. "We do not
wish to lapse into the condition of the
old and effete monorchie?. where a
monarch commands and the people
obey. With us the people are mouarchs,
who issue the edicts, and the people
are to be obeyed." John A. Logan at
The Lincoln Journal's stalwart edit-
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or, in uis diagnosis, reacnes uown nrm-
ly, yet gently, and calls it "cerebral. in-
flamation." We thought it was rabies.
The next thing Mr. Gere knows be will
bo cut off the X list and theu his paper
will be in a pretty fix.
Tue manner in which the "copper
head editor" of tho Topics department
of the Lincoln Journal goes after the
lachrymose editor of the Omaha Repub
lican is simply immense, and strange as
it may appear, it is done after the re
turn of the "stalwart editor" of that
journal. To read the Topics man in his
analysis of Mr. Nye, is equal to a course
of lectures on clinics.
The Hastings Gazette-Journal dres
ses I'rof. J'-.mcrson's political essy,
which lighted up the columns of Mr.
Vifquaia's spicy paper the other day,
in good shape; finally disposing of that
political epicure after tho following
We feel sorry for this high-sounding
Professor and hope if he finds this
country unbearable alter anotner re
publican victory, that he may be able
to find a government that will suit his
fastidious tastes. Government efforts
to regulate the things he objects to
wont disturb the common people,
however it may jar on the souls oi
some sucii wouucriuiiy ton;, college
professors he imagines himself. "Wo
presume he wa3 educated mostly by
public money or by the gifts of some
men of a liberal turn of mind. His
sneer at public education is unbecom
ing, and shows how contemptible he
can become when trying to give a rea
son for his revolt against the popular
will. This letter is the weakest and
silliest wo have yet read, and the rea
sons he sets up lor goiug over to the
enemy the thinnest. The democracy
is welcome to all such accessions it can
get. 4Trof." Emerson will no doubt St
in among the Boston political dudes
very nicely, to whose care we can con
sign him the hope that they will care
for him like a mother.
It is f uuuy to see some of the repub
lican papers now howling for Jilaine
because it is Ilobson's choice with them.
Before the nomination many of tuem
abused Mr Blaine as roundly as they
will now :i'u ia : Tilden and Ben. Butler.
They pre:irr.d Arthur, Hawley. Ed
mund?, .Sl.crman, Lincoln, Grant, any
body to Blaine. Now they have to
swallow B I. tine a3 demurely as the kids
in rjothel ''--! hall did Mme. Squeers'
decoction of sulphur'nmolasses. We
pity thfl pa. crs who have to crawfish
and eat crow. This paper Las not to
take back whatever it said of any of
the candidates. And, now we say,
Blaine and Logan make the strongest
ticket tho republican party could put
up for the honor, dignity ami credit of
America. If any oiie-hors, effete mon
archy from thu shadow of iU iiioth
eaVn throne n!urs the Ain.-ticHti ll.i or
tln American :ili.in I'Uine and Lo
gun will be- f..u:i'i vhr trti- Ameri
cans tug!it t.- .-t i i t, :.ot Jikf the for
eign tiini)-ii)g ll;llJuihkiU, Grant,
Hayes. Cai fit 11 and A : iitir, would
look on and oe tin- Ainu ican flar wipe
the noses, &c, or the ui'ist pusillani
mous little lonlling in tlie eastern hern
ia pl.erc.-:Xy4a Watchman.
I ii k ei.MiUe.lil .UOiiUU jU'.S dll fcl.. 'u-nL
trrlcite to his old eomrsnh- in anus, ami
to the republic .n party
Coim ailes and l'c-Ilow Citizen:
The w;iriu expressions of conGdenco
and congratulations which vou offer
me through your chairman impress inc
with a ueep sense ot gratitude, nd L
beg to tender my sincerest thuuka to
all my participating friends for this
demonstration ot kindness and esteem.
Your visit at this time, gtntlemen, is
interesting to me in a iouble aspect.
As citizens of our common country
tendering a tribute to mo as a public
man, 1 meet vou with genuine pleasure
and grateful acknowledgment.
Since you responded to your coun
try's call, mighty changes iu the event
ful match of nations have taken place.
Passing; time has laid its gentle Jiues
upon the heads of many ot" you who
shouldered your miukcts before the
first beard was grown, but however
lightly or he&Vily it Ins dealt
with you, your soldiers' and sailors' or
ganizations that have been kept up.
prove that the Leait has been uu
touched and that your love of country
has but been intensified with advanc
lnir years. ' Cheers, i
Your arms have been as strong and
your voices as ciear in me x,roi,loliu
of peace as when lent to the science of
war, and the interest winch you take m
national aflairs prove that you are pa
triots, really determined to maintain
what you fought lor, and that which
some of our best comrades gave their
lives to secure lor the benefit of those
who survived ihem. Applause Ion
During the twenty years in which
we have been uiessea wun peace, me
reuublican party has been contiueu in
the administration of tho goeernment
When the gn at question ot preserving
or triviu; up the union or states was
presented to us, it was the repubucau
party which afiir;) ed its perpetuation
I oueu no wounds, nor do 1 resurrect
nv bad memories in stating this as an
undeniable fact that "When you and I,
my friends, anel that vast body of men
who, havn g declared in tavor or pre
serving the union, were compelled to
resort to the last measurp, the arbitra
ment of war. we did so under the call
of the republican party. Many of us
had been educated by our father's in
the democratic school of politic?, and
many of us were acting with that par
ty at tho time the issue was presented
to us. For years tne democratic party
had wielded the destinies of oar gov
ernment, and had served its purpose
under the narrower views ot an ideal
republic which then existed. But the
matrix of time has developed a new
child of progress which saw the light
of day under the name of the republi
can party. Its birth announced the
conception of a higher, broader princi
ple of human government than had
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been enter laineu Dy our loreiainers.
But few of u9, perhaps none, took in the
full dimensions of the coming fact at
that early day. It broke on U3 gradu
ally, like the light of the morning sun
as he rises in the misty d.nvn above the
sleepy mountain top. '
At length it came in tne luii blaze,
unci lor me urst time in tuu maiory o
our republic we began to give genuine
vitality to the declaration of 1776, that
'all men are created equal"' and entitled
to the inalienable rights of life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness. Cheers.
The republican party was unquestion
ably the agency which bore these gifts
to" the waiting age, and it was the
democratic idea which disputed their
avowal, first upon the field of battle
and sub&eouently, anel up to this mo
meat, at the polling places of the couu-
try. The republican party then repre
sents the latest fruition of government
progress and is destined to survive
upon the theory that the strong out
lives the weak until the development
of principles still more advanced shall
compel it to mea3ure its step with the
march of the age or go to the wail
as au instrument which has fulfilled its
destiny. So long as the democratic
party shall cling, either in an open or
covert manner, to the traditions and
policy belonging to an expired era of
our development, just so long will the
republican party be charged with the
admiuistrafion of our government. In
making this arraignment of the de
mocracy, my.f riends, I appeal to no pas
sions nor reopen seined questions i
but utter calm, sober words of truth.
I say that until every state iu tlm broad
and bcuifieent union shall give free re
cognition to civil and political rights
of the humblest of its citizens, what
ever his color; until protection to
American citizens follows the flag at
home aud abroad ; until the admirable
monetary system established by the re
publican party shall be placed beyond
the danger of subversion; until Ameri
can labor and industry shall be pro
tected by wide and equitable laws, so
as to give full scope to our immense re
eources and place every man upon the
I JU of
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place to which he is entitled by reason
of capacity aud worth; cheers; until
education shall bo as general as our
civilization; until we shall have estab
lished a wise American policy, that
will not only preserve peace with other
nations, but will cause every American
citizen to honor his government at
home and every civilized nation to re
fpectour Hag; cheers; until the Am
erican reuIo shall permanently elab
lish a thoroughly economic system,
upon au American ideal, which will
preserve and foster their own inter
est), uninilucnced by English theoiie
or"Cobdcn clubs," and until it is con-
beyond subsequent revocation
is government exixts upon tho
a self sustaining and self-pre-
inr nation and the fatal doctrine of
'Vtate sovereignty," upon which the
civil war wan loundeil, shall be stamped
out as a political heresy out of which
continueel revolution ia born and wholly
incompatible with the idenof a rep ub
lie. The republican party will have
much work to do and uu unfulfilled
mission to perform.
"AU your own fault
If you remain Hick wlu-n j'oucau
Get hop bitters that never fail
The weakest woman, smallest child,
ai d sickest invalid can use hop bitters
with safty and great good.
Old men tottering around from Rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weak
ness will be almost new by using hop
My wife and daughter were made
healthy by the use of hop bitters and
recommend them to my people.
Ahlt anv uooil lo-tor if hop
hitters are not the best family medicine
Malarial fever, Ague aud IJillious
ness. will leave every neighborhood as
soon as hoi) bitters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis
and neuralgia al: out of her svetem
with hop bitters." ed. oswiseio sun.
Keep the kidneys healthy with hop
bitters anel you need not fear sickin-ts
Ice water is rendered harmless and
more refrsliing aud reviving with hot
bitters in every draught.
Tho vigor of youth for the age
and infirm in hop bitters!
"At the change of Ufe nothing equals
Hop bitters to ally all troubles liiciilent
"The best periodical for ladies to
take monthly and from which they
will receive the greatest benefit i3 hop
Mothers with 3ickly, fietful, uurs-
ing children, will cure the children
and benefit themselves by taking ho
Thousands die annually from some
form of kidney disease that might have
dcen prevented by a timly use of hop
lueugestion, weakstomacn, irregu
I.srities of the bowels, canot exist wheu
hop bitters are used
A timely ue of hop
hitlers vii'A keep a whole family
Iu robust health a year at a little cost.
To produce real genuine sleep and
child-like repose all night, take a little
hqi bitters on retiring.
1 hut indigeetion or stomach gas at
night, preventing rest and sleep, will
disapear lv using hop bitters.
Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old
ladies are made perfectly quie-t aud
sprightly by using hop bitters.
Tune 12 1834 wlm
Nome Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it gets be
yond the reach of medicine. They
often say, Oh, it will wear away, out in
most cases it wears them away. Could
they be induced to try the successful
medicine called Kemp's Balsam, that
I sell on a positive guarantee to cure,
they would immediately see the excel
lent effect after taking tho first dose.
Price 50c and SI; trial sizj free.
Resp'y, apr3 -,nJ " arrick.
M O Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anhouser Burch Ht Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac-
ticular attention to his customers.
Spearhead tobacco is all the go uevv.
A.11 chewers seem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will be given away
in June next. Call at Mult Schlegel's
for a circular. ltf
All the bent houses in Piattsmoulh
will sell you Bremner's choice crackers
at reduced price by the box or barren,
and tlou't you forget it. Get these and
you get the best. tf
it you want to get you a broom that
will give the best satisfaction for the
same money ask your dealer for Dor-
ack s brooms. osy-lmo
Tryth ; Ii inau plug chewing to
bacco, it is by far the finest plug chew
ing made, Matt Schlegel sells it. ltf
F S. White,
The old stand by ice man, is now con
trading for the summer season, and
will deliver you your ice promptly at
any time called for. Make your con
tracts for a summer supply. odtf
If your beard is uot of a pleasing
shade, remedy the defect by the use of
Buckingham's Dye for the whiokera.
Orders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at the "Western
broom factory. ti28-lmo
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33 3X1" JESL
ri.ATTSMOUTH. - NEIIRASKA.
CAFlTAIi, - $75.QOO.
JOHN 1SLACK, .'RANK CAKKUTJI,
W. 11. CL'SHINd. Cashier.
John IllacU, W. II. Cus!ilnKl Frank Ca ruth.
J. A. Connor, Pred Herrmann, J. W. John
(on, V. R. Uutliruaun, Peter Muiiim,
Win. Wetaoaauiii, Maury Ji(lCJC.
Transactf a eieneml Jianklnir hunlue. All
who have any hanking biixinusa to trauaact
arn Invited to cull. No matter how
lari;u or piualt the trariftaciloii. It
will r.Ti'ivet our caref ul attention,
and we nmiMe alwayn cour teous
lilies Certificates of Deposits bearing Interest
lluy and h-11m Foreign Kxcliange, County
ami e.'H v HMurlileM.
JOHN KlTOEUALO, A. W. MCUAlOH I.I N
OK PLATrSMODTII, NEBRASKA,
Orterstho very best facllitloi for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
titoeks, Itonds, fiold. Government and l..ca
securltle liou;lit and Sold, Deposits rocei y.
ed and interest allowed on time Certill
catent Draft drawn, available hi any
tktirt akf lllAl'nit.J Ul..t .1 1
the principal towns of
Collections made & promptly rtsmitUd
Highest rkct prices pail for Comity War
State ai.d County iioudx.
J oli ii K. Clark.
A. W McLauirtilln.
F. K. Will to.
WEEPING WATER. - NEli.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Earning Bnsuess Transacted.
Kocelved, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available in any part ot the United
States and all the principal cities of Kurope.
Agents for the celebrated
Mm LiM'of Steamers.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
,C. If. PAKMEI.K. President, i
1 .1 M. ATTKIiSoN. Cashier, f
Transacts a General Mm Business.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE.
Paid tor County and City Warrants.
and promptly remitted for.
K B Windham, J. M. Patterson, C. II. Paru.fc.Ie
F. 1C Guthmann. W .1. Agnew, A. ft.
Smith. Fiod il order.
A general Banking business trans
acted. Money to Loan. Int. allowed on
time deposits. Collections made aad
J. Ma::::er, ii. E. Mankeb.
Brea. . Cash.
C A. Masker, Ass't Cauli.
CALL AT THE
ff. t WATIBAH k
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer ta
, - BLINDS, &C.
a ourtn Mreef. m rear of Opera House.
Hftecn per cent eliicount on all cus
torn made work hereafter, at. Shnr.
wood's for cash. To establish ray
business in every department on a
strictly cash basis this inducement is
made in all custom made work.
Under the reduction a shoe that
costs S9.00 now, costs $7.65 for cash.
A boot that costs $8.00 now costs $6.
A boot that casts S6.50 now costj
85.60 cash at Sherwood's. . 58dw8tf
A large stock of watches, chains and
charms, jost receiTed at L. C Erven's.
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