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PIwVTTSMOUTII, N'EKUASKA, WEDNfSSlJAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 18S1.
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
Choice Family (JriM-riiis,
CENT :AL MAIN' STKEKT,
COBirEB OF PEARL IsTD SBVENTl
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF-
MIXED I AXXTTS, XiiME,
aistd iEs:iPiEDrn1 or STTAr.
We have ot the largest and best selected stoek of
Choice Family Groceries
in town, ami we will sell them jnst as cliean as to? possibly can and
not " bnst. Our Stock of
QizeeJZSTvara cuxd G-lctsswcure,
is lift lar-e, but the goods are First-class, and we will give you some
' low-prices. We pride ourselves on our
Teas arid. SiDioes,
Which we take great pains in selecting and can guarantee to be of
the very best quality..
AH vou folks who have been going away Ironi home to buy your
groceries, come and give us a chance to give yon figures.
We Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same quality of goods and on the same terms. Come and see
FUBNITTJRE S COFFINS
nt all kind ot Roods usually kept in a
riKT CLAHM Vl'lunTBE WOBE
Also. t very complete tock ol Funeral Goods
Metallic&foaaeflCofflns Castets Holies
our N and eleaant hearse U always In
Keinember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TW O
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be f ouud nlnht or day.
J. I UNRUH,
Carpets, Ru;s, Etc
SAF A UHAiRF,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
.: s.rHiy made and sold cheap for cash
, : i VE HEARSE
IS NOW KEAU
With inauy thanks for past patronage, i
nvite all to call ana examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
3trf. K4. KJTtTHK AX OWt'.
Improved Lands for Sale
.60acr-s 12 mil troro Lenora. Kansas SG50
is " Orlean Neb. 900
160 " Is " Beaver City. Neb. 5.VJ
1008 .- Log-fU, Kausa. 1.100
These lands are welt Improved, and can be
nougat by paying H ctsh. and balance on time.
They are cheap, tne present owners having
bought their at forced ale. Call and see.
I have some Cheyenne County Lands for
tale yet they are Kolng last.
For particulars call on
W. S. WISE,
7Vdw3 Coioo Block.
ITBUSHF.I IAILT AM) WEEKLY
TIB Plattsmoath Mala PnWisliiii Co.
DAILY, (It.-liv.'iH.l ly earner to any. part of the
Per Year 00
WEEKLY, by mall.
One copy six months St 00
One copy one yar 2
KeKl3terel al tne Post Office. PiatUluonth, us
s;coud clik-s matter.
National Republican Ticket.
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
THE PEOPLE ARE TO BE OBEYED.
"Mark me well, by the Me9 of io
veuibtT the patriotism of the people
will he thoroughly aroused and the
camp liren tliut have le'ti slumbering
will be rvkiudletl and burning brightly
upon every hill, lightiug up every val
ley withiu the conrim-s of the eutin
United states of America. Applause
Notion wfll then Le irivtn tbat no man
or set of men can Bet th;nselve3 up as
dictators to tne .inencau puupic i
what tbey shall Jo. Applause. That
neither the government of the United
States, nor the republican party are
ready to yield their rights or prerog
ntiua tn fetv mftn wlui are ever did
satisfied because tney cannot control.
Applause, Our goverunient is huilt
upon the theory tnat tne peopie snaii
rule. The republican yarty, upon the
inm. Hioorv. ilfiTiands tliat the Deoole
shall control. Applause. We do not
u-icli in knen 5ntr thr rnnriitiori of the
old and effete mon?rcliies, wliere a
mnnsrrh rntn 111:1111 '.a ami the ueople
obey. "With 113 the people are monarch?.
who issue tne edicts, ana tue peopie
are to be obeyed." John A. Logan at
DO YOU THINK IT A SIN?
Do you think it a tin in the gloarnicg
To xit near a neat, fitting dresn.
With the daiutiestof maidens within it.
And lily white Augers to press?
Or softly to lift a f tray ringlet.
That floats o'er a ''osoin of snow'
Or to peep into eyes that are gleaming
From darkly fringed eyelids below?
Or to see just beyond where she's fitting.
A something you ought to repair.
And pass your arm round her to fix it.
And then to forget your arm there ;
Or, just in a fit of abstraction.
To trll her there's something yon miss.
Aud while she's helping you find it,
To steal from the mouth a sweet kiss?
And as she's reproving you mildly.
You draw in your aims rather tight.
And tell her yi-u're sorry you did it.
If she does not think It quite right ;
And then in your penitent moment
You say that to you it is nlaiu
You ought. as a matter of honor.
To give her the kiss back again !
Yet how to do so Is a puzzle.
For in viewing the matter all o'er.
If I gave back the kiss I have stolen,
She mighi say. I'd taken one more.
Oh ! I'm sadly perplexed and confounded,
I want to be just and polite,
Don't you think it were better to coax her,
To give me to kissing the right.
I'm afraid I've committed a blunder.
And acted somewhere like a dunce ;
I think 1 must get up m courage.
And ask her to wed me at once.
I've done it and she has consented.
What a uciunate man I have been.
And now you may keep vour opinion
I don't think I've committed a sin.
That whirl of waltz, that whirl of waltz.
It turn my head to dreaming.
That she through jut a siDgle waltz
Was miue at least in seeming.
Xy lips so near hergolden hair
1 reall could have kissed it ;
Made tieUrr by a joy so nr.t
While she would not have missed it.
Her hand so softly, lightly laid
Upon my shoulder duly.
Uplifting me as though she eaid,
"1 bless thee, bless thee." truly.
That whirling, whirling, whirling dance
I wonder if a pleasure
Exists tli ;it eeuM the boon enhance
Of it. :md endless measure !
The gauzy gown of floating blue--
A ha?y r'.oud enfolding.
F10111 ail life .-i;rious world, us two,
EacIi of.u r e!oeIy holding.
In whirl ol waltz across the floor
Oue wavy pulse as oeean
His puist d forever, o'er and o'er.
In fauit:?ss rhyme of mo. ion.
As crenel waves the winds cbey--
Si e spu-ric law thtir maker
We swept H'lwn the tuneful way.
Now siower and now taster.
Nor step, cor note of music false:
'Twas harmony completed.
Th J treat ilea rapture o: that waltz
In urcinj aooe repeated. i
His Arguments and His Methods.
j Life in: child of tuilli. 'I : at which
j livf.s through centui ics nii 'tiHst- the
j iittHcks of 1 : : iiuH of !,ii;i intei
j K'l-t has in it vitality ;' authentici
ty Tcuipora mntuulnr t 1101 htutw
inn in Wit. Things um plainer-than
they were and the world is growing
retsonable. The contraction which
bigotry urged has gone out of fashion,
aud the newer doctriue of breadth is
nioie in consonance with what wad
taught by the 2Jzart-ne. 'J he centur
ies have outworn t' e places wl.eru h
wulki and talked. Feilility hu.se.oue
Ironi Il.e liclns ol (ialilee. The popu-.
Ioi villages which once li:eJ. Umj
snores 01 me Maiiican "ea are ruincu
and desolate. The fisleimen who
etopped in thtir hauls to hear His
words, are far away outlines. The long
trains of pilgrims who . toiled tip the
steep sides of the Mount of Olives and
found the first sweeping view of the
Holy Citj', with its magnificent temple
and glittering architecture, reward
enough for alt I lie uinls which had been
endured, struggle no more, along the
paths which their lect had made. The
gossips who gathered by the wayside
and in the shop, to chatter garrulously
of tht peasant who called himself the
MctMaii, aic l''ldt"i in Ihtf ilencs. The
Ihiiuan soldiery who ioung -d eireles -ly
in the tribute piovmces, Lave gone
back t the earth fiuin vhenco they
came. The time and its teeming- life,
form a picture vague and ubtaut. I'ast
it. events h;ive swept. New years have
been horn and jjrwn old, and died,
and history ha added manv chapters
to the. world's story. Wars aad woes
have been thrown heterogeneoualy into
the lumber room of thc.ccnluries, cov
ered with .lust ar.d wrapped with the
noiseless mantle of forgetfulness. Mil
lions upon millions of lives hand in
hand with sorrow and solace, out ol
the mystery into the ttiASiery again.
King ioms and crowns h ive i i.eeu and
lal.'ca in the jug'eriet and jea!ousie
of national livalrie", and the glory ol
one epoch has become th hopeless
pride of eyes that, looked back from
another. Vet his doctriue still lives.
The growth of civilization 13 its growth
The progress ofintellect is itsirogress..
The scoffers may cry out at it. Ribald
tongues may turn the weapons of hate
upon it. Hypocrisy may stab it undft
the fifth rib, while heresy buftets i: in
the face. But it is Eternal. Above
the clamor of cant, above the desperatt
declamation of infidelity, above the te
liou3 twaddle of formalism, above tin
discordaut trivialities of little-br duei
pretenders sounding clearly tbroug'
the discordant chorus vibrates th
last appeal which came frura tho uu
crowned aud Crucified Kinr, and it i
au appeal for them Father, lcrgivt
them, tor they know not what they d'
OTTAMAIi II. KOTUAKER.
THE PURE IN HEART.
Who are the pure in heart? Not
those whose outward lives wear the
somblance of extreme sanctity noi
tho-i whose voices are loudest in songs
of praise, and whose good deeds an
blaui.e i lorth to the World. The tru
ly pure in hear? are sensitive, shy, un
obtrusive men md women, who tra
verse their appointed way as modestly
as some hiddeu rivulet flows througi
a quiet vale. There is no fretting 01
foaming, or Jdashing impetuously on
ward. Their course is marked onlj
by the fertility and bautv which at
The poet, if he be truly giltcd with
'the vision and faculty divine," should,
above all mr-n, belong to those privi
leged beings, who, in their exalted mo
ments, stand face to face with Divinity
itself. His studies, his solitary mus
ing?, his close observations of the chang
ing aspects of aarth and sky, all tend to
elevate his thoughts and purify his
heart. When after long and intimate
comtnunou with the spirit of Nature,
he enters her solemn temples, the veil
that hid the mysteries of the universe
13 drawn aside, and he leels himself in
the presence of the Infinite Then, in
winds and waves and whispering
leaves, he hpars a melody which is, to
his exilted serse, the voice of God.
But those who, by their inmcen!
purity of heart, most truly realize the
meaning of the phrase, are litllj chil
dren. Watch a little child in some of
those little troubles which pas, like a
summer cloud over the pure mirror of
its thonght3. - Is it not evident some
seraph hand dries the tears ere the'
have Uoft to leave one etaio on the
rosy cheek? Watch that little child
in its moments of happiness, mark its
radiant eye, listen to its accents of joy,
aud you will be sure that some spirit -voice
is whispering ecstatic promises to
its soul. Talk to a little child of heav
en, and straightway beaveu is mir
rored In its face. Watch an active,
healthy boy in his outdoor pastimes; he
is always darmg, always recklew, al
ways in peril of life or limb, yet al
ways uphold by some angel hand. Selected-
While our western democracy are
shouting Cleveland I Cleveland! with
out Showing why, except ihat he is a
democrat without a record, who, they
iguorautly believe cau carry New
York, it w ill be tfell for them to exam
ine the prtss of that State aud nee if
Mr. Cleveland has a walk over.
The Citizen, of Chicago, jxa . Irl&h or
gan, sums up the Irish situation in
New York a follows, and as it it a
fact, that, the Citizen quotes the Irish
press of the Empire State correctly,
there is but oue inference to be drawn
from the situation. Mr. Curtis, with
his Harpers' Weekly, and The Pot,
and Times, all unhr JJritish influences,
are far more than offset by that portion
of the democratic press of that state,
which, will in no event support a man
like Grovcr CIcverand. Here is w hat
tne Citizen says:
FACTS FOR DEMOCRAT.
"Governor Cleveland' gub
ernatorial career has hardly been such
as to commend him to democrats, lie
is styled a reformer. His reform work
has consisted in approving measures
introduced last . session in the New
York legislature by Mr. Theodore
JloooPvelt aud other republicans, vir
tually depriving New Yoik City of
self-government, and in every way an
1 agonistic to the home rule principles
of the democratic party.
''lie has also vetoed measures which
his party and the people demanded, no
tably the Ave cent lare bill, for which
he has been denounced by every labor
organization in New York State, and
by many democratic leaders.
"lie is also accused, we do not know
with what reasca, of know notbingism. J
It is certain that be is not popular with
1 he masses of the Irish-Americans of
New York and other Eastern States.
"The lioston Pilot, whose democracy
is above question and above reproach,
a ludes to him Inst week in an editorial
a a candidate 'whose nomination
.voultl unquestionably have the result
f affecting some hundred cf thout
mds of votes' either by giving them to
Claiue or keeping them from the p')is.'
the same journal in another part ol
die same article says: 'There are a
lozen democrats who can beat Blaine
iad Ljogati 1a a canter. Bayard cau
beat them; Tildeu cau beat them; but
Blaine and Logan can beat Clevelauu
and any other democrat like him."
"Father Croniu's paper, the Buffalo
Catho ic Union and Times, published
at Cleveland's home, says that if the
'wrong man' is nominated by the dem
ents, 90 per cent, of the Irish-American
vote will be cast for Blaine.' The
'wroug man is supposed to be Cleve
"John Devoy's Jrish Nation bitterly
denounces Cleveland as a know noth
ing, and that the Irish Nation 's r.o
without great influence in New York
State was shown last year, when its op
position to Maynard, democratic can
didate for Secretary of State, was large
ly instrumental in securing the defeat
of that gentleman, though the balance
of his ticket was elected.
The Irish World is aiso opposed to
Cleveland, and says that if he is nomi
nated Irish democrats in large numbers
will vote for Blaine, whose fo.--.ign pol
icy the Irish World praises.
"We do not sufficiently unders'and
the reasons why three journals of such
influence as the Irish Nan, the Bos
ton Pilot, and the Irisf.Vorld, largely
circulated in the pivotal state of New
York, are opposed to Mr. Cleveland.
We only state the lacts. They, cer
tainly should noi be lost on the demo -cratic
managers, who have hitherto re
lied on the Irish-Amejican vote for
their successs in the Northern .State?,
notably in New York.
"No doubt all the facts in thecase
will be fully preseuted to the demo
cratic rlelegates. It tbi-y ignore facts,
they will be alone responsible if defeat
awaits them in November.
"Fur our own part, we deem it a du
ty to state these facts la advance of the
Fresh new Lemons, only 25c per dot
eo, atTUe Fair. -
The Citizen, Mr. Congressman Fin
erty's paper, published at Chleago, iu
an article the other day entitled "1'rcs
dential Dunces" gives vent to the fol
lowing utterances which, we believe,
voices the sentiment of every true
Irishman iu this country. The Citizen
"The Democratic party will commit
a great mistake if, at the July conven
tion, it picks out some dullard to curry
its standard. Couipariocs are odious
always. Therefore the Citizen will
refrain from naming any man. It Is
safe, however, in saying thtno Demo
crat who has shown his teeth as a
"kuow Nothing"' or a "Free Trader"
DAHE bo placed in nomination If
the Democratic paity think otherwise,
the verdict upon it atjtho polls next No
vember, will bp, "Woe to the Van
quished!'' J ' " " - - -
"All your own fault
If you remain nick when you can
Get hop bitters that never fail.
The weakest woman, smallest child,
acd sickest invalid can use hop bitters
with safty and great good.
Old rneu tottering around from Rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weak
ness will he almost new by using hop
My wife and daughter were made
healthy by the use of hop bitters and I
recommend them to my people.
Ank any Roorl doctor if hop
Kiltrn Mn 11 I tlie tiesl family llieil k-liic
Malarial fevc-r, Ague and Billious
ne9M. will leave everv neighborhood a
soon as hop bitters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis
aud neuralgia all out of her system
with hop bittcr." r.r. oswotO sU.n.
Keep the kidney n healthy with hop
l".. "1- - 1 A. A 1 - '
tuners ana you ueeu 1101 leur MCKiieba.
Ice water js rendered harmless and
more refrshing and reviving with hop
bitters in every draught.
The vigor oi youth for the aged
and infirm in h p bitters!
"At the ch.intre of if nothing efjuaN
Hop hitter to ally all troubles iuciib-nt
"The beBt periodical for ladies to
take monthly aud from which they
will rc-ive the greatest benefit is hop
Mothers with sickly, fretful, uuis
ing children, will euro the children
and benefit themselves by taking hop
bitters daily. ,
Thousands die1 annually from some
form of kidney disease that might nave
deen preveuted by a timly use of hop
Indigestion, weakstomach, irregu
laritics of the bowels, canot exist when
bop bitters are used
A timely uie of hop
Bitters will keep a whole family
' l'i robust health a year at a little cost.
. To produce real genuine sleep and
child like rcos all night, take a little
hop bittets on retiring.
That indigestion or stomach gas nt
uight, preventing rest and sleep, will
disapear by using hop bitters.
--Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old
ladies are made perfectly quiet and
sprightly by using hop bitters.
June 12 1884 wlra
Some 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 won'd immediately see the excel
lent effect after taking ibe first dose.
Price r.0f and 81; trial size free.
Resp'y, faprS 4m W.J.Warrick.
, M O Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated An her.se r Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay par
ticular attention to bis customers.
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Spearhead tobacco is all the go new.
All chewers seem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will be given away
in June next. Call at Malt Schlegel's
for a circular. ltf
All the lest houses in Plattsmouth
will sell you Bremner's choice cracker
at reduced price by the box or barrel!,
aud don't you forget it. Oet these and
you get the lest. tf
ii you want to get you a broom that
will give the best satisfaction for the
same money ask your dealer for Dor
set's brooms. d28-lmo
Try the Bina'ia plu chewing to
bacco, it is by far the finest plug chew
ing made. Matt Schlejrel sella ii. ltf
If your beard is uot of a pleasing
shade, remedy the defect by the use of
Buckingham's Dye fur the whiskers.
Orders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at "the Western
broom factory. - d28-lmo
' Refrigerators in all sizes ' at Henry
The best beef in tne city always can
be found at Peterson Bros, market.
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