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f VOL. ti. ' PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TIIUKSDAY BVKXIXli,- JUNE 20, 1881. - XO. 101.
JOSEPH U.ffECKB AG H.
! f Choice Famlly 7 Groceries,
THE "DAYLIGHT" STORE,
cent :al maIn.htrkkt,
- - -DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF-
3Eao xarest states-
We have got the largest and host selected stock of
Choice Family Groceries
in town, and we will sell them just as cheap as we possibly can and
s not "bust. Our Stock of
Qzzeerxsware cured GrlcLSSwccre,
is not large, hut the goods are First-class, and we will give von some
low prices. We pride ourselves on our
Teas and. SiDiees,
Which we take great pains in electing and can guarantee to be of
the very best quality. '
All you folks who have been going away trom home to buy your
oTOceric.s come and give ns a chance to give you figures.
Wo Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same quality of goods and on the same term?. Come and see
cr. r. xnrKTJSE,
DEALEU . IX ,
ncl all kind ol goods usaallT "kept In a
FIUMT KUKMlTlTltB 8TOBE
Alo. a Terr complete tockof Faneral Goods
MfitalUsWoolSiCoffliis Caskets HoIjbs
out fC-rw and elegant bearse Is always In
Uemember the ' place, in X"ON
BLOCK, on Sixth Street. TWO
-' Door8 8onth"of Cass Coun-
WUear we mat be round nlisbt or day.
J. I UNRUH,
" . lATMrtllOta. neb
HKISCI ' Proprietor
Carpets, Rugs, Etc
SAF -d, CHAiRF,
ITC, ETC.. ETC.
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
i. I'.es.reaoy made and sold cheap for cash
, .VB HEARSE
1 NOW JtEAU"
y- - SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage, i
nvite ail to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
31 tf. n((TrHR AK OfKICXM
Improved Lands for Sale
coacr-'S 12 mile from Lerrora. Kansas $650
16 is Orleans. Neb. 900
160 . " 18 " Heaver City. Neb. 5W
160 , 8 " Logn, Kansas. 1,(00
These lands are well Improved, and can be
bought by raring H c ish. and balance on time.
They are cheap, the present owuers having
bought their at forced al-.-fall and see.
I have Rome Cheyenne Couuly Lands for
vale yet they are going fast.
V'or particulars call ou
W. H. WISE,
PCBUSHEII DAILY AND WEEKLY
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The FlattsmonUi Herald Fclillsliini Cc.
DAILY, dellvrd by c.n i i-r to any prt of the
" cty . i
Per Week f 13
WEU1CLY. ly mail.
One copy six months 1 W
One ropy one yeiir 2 (W
HeKiHteieii at tu 'k ifi :e. 1'lattxmouth, a
seconil clime in.itu-l.
National Republican Ti cket .
FOB PRESIDENT, - - -
JOIIX A. "LOGAN,
Mr. Steve Elkins, t appear?, has
had to Mnud uaiiJo ou the uutional com
mittee. Each of the prominent democrats of
the country has his lightning rod erect
ed. Especially is the Indiana states
mau observant of the democratic cur
rent. If the petition ot the receiver of the
Wabash is to be believed, when taken
with the facts already ir the possession
of the public, touching the condition ot
thac road, Messrs. Gould mid company
have left it in very nearly aa bad a
condition as the late South Sea bauble
of Grant, Ward & Co. Mr. Gould is a
great railroad man, but he always car
ries arouud with him an extractor, by
which he manages to absorb all the
loney in the concern, after which, re
ceivers are always in order.
Chalmeks, the recreant bulldozer of
the shoestring district in Mississippi,
was elected to Congress over Manning,
the shotgun representative, by over
3000 majority: The cae was so bad,
"smelied so rank to hsaveu," that the
democratic House ousted Manning, or
refused him a seat, yet they kept Chal
mers out, and tho shoestring district
is unrepresented. The committee on
elections agree that Chalmets is enti
tled to his seat, yet the report is with
he'd, and t he.-people of that district
denied representation. Suchls demo
cratic rule and ideas of justice.
There wn no uiore ticiisou in Bay
ard's eo!jh soul, than there was in
Abraham Lincoln's.' Liucelu Demo
crat: Just sol Mr. liayurd and Jefk-rson
Davis held and prc-iched the same doc
trine when Abiah:i.n Lincoln issued
his first call for volunteers; hence .lef
fersou Davis, in the hour of his coun
try's extremity, was just as loyal as
Thos. F. Bayard, and Thos. F. Bay
ard being as loyal as Abraham Lincoln,
it follows as n logical sequence that
Jeff. Davis was just as good a Union
man as Abe. Lincoln w&9. We did not
see it this way'before, but now it is
plain, very plain.
Mr. C-vi:r. Sciiurz, a relormer f-r
revenue oi 1. is named as one of thv
independent committee, who are to
frame the Cobden laUinss "Why Blaine
an I Logan s) ould not receive the suf -iruges
of the republican voter." Per
haps the Independent wirg of the Brit
Lb free trade league iu America think
only republicans i.eed this Cobdcn
primer; however, the dtilt of events
within the dcuiocralie party, if rightly
interpreted by thi9 independent clique,
tnat always rt-sorls to "the address in
uolitics," shouid convince theih that
Mr. Carl Schurz and his little band of
pai lor politicians, had better waste a
little ot tl eir English ink on the Irish
democrat ) of the country. A plat
form mat- fuctured by the Fall Mall
Gazette, : rA London .Times, with tariff
for reveou only, will cot be a very
dainty '' ' crow) to set before the
Irish dei. .yof the country. Mr.
CarlScl.. C, are wasting valu
able tin.v '.i a vineyard where they can
do no good, and ure neglecting fiehl
where they could enjoy some refresh
ing ex peri' aces anyway. Nevertheless
Mr. Schurz and his coadjutors might as
well earn iueir money from their
British en ployers, by circulating cheap
campaign Ikeratuie among republicans
as they will not injure Messrs. Blaine
WHY HE SUPPOHTS HIM.
Editor New York Herald: Tn ans
wer to inquiries as to Whv I support
Blaiur, whoe position on the tnoney
question I opposed, I answer: The 9U
pierac court has Koitle l iu favor of Na
tional legal tt mbr paper moni-v. iMied
iu peace or war, ;tnd all loj nl Ameri
cans ar; l-ottul to consul! t!ie nnention
hfttlcd f-.r a tliouciiiid je:s to come,
h-j it h.ts bei-ii among si:!:.-:.iu tir
000 year nst, tn;tt money is the crm
tion of law, a legal iiin viueut of p iy -meat
and cvchaugH, whether printed
on gld, "silver or puper. A vulunm
fulilcient for cMih payment I t-hull nev
er cease, to urge as nerc-j- try t. prevent
tlx- evtr-recuriiiig panic- -" thu lirit-
svhI'h'h- jrni-i i! iiMver-H-cur-
ling pAi? M the Vcueiiau f-ytin 1i
COO jrarp, itiid FiKiice for Uiv lot .410
ears, by reliance upon 1'uU legal tender
papar and expansion in every emergen
cy. Our country is without any system
of money expansion in time of panic
and the contraction that ensues is quite
a9 destructive to industry as war, pes
tilence, or famine. Having ascertained
the nature of money by ten year's dis
cussion and settled it, the tie of a suf
ficient volume of the only remeoy, the
cash syotein instead of credit is only a
question og time. The gi cat questions
pressing for immediate answer are:
The tariff, railioad, land and lalor
question. Mpnn these the I'epublScait
party have taken ground as bold and
true as the Declaration, of Independ
The question of luud monopoly, of
Standard Oil Company, confiscatory of
railroads chargeieg the people fourfold
freight of what they charge the fa
vored company in order to deliver the
production of twenty thousand wed
to a robber .corporation, dividing
with the four great line. that control
tho continent, these questions are
met frankly aud boldly by the republi
can part, while the leading candidates
of the democracy Senator Payne, Gov.
Cleveland, and other1? are the enibodi
ment, of monopoly. 'lhe republican
parly ha -dueler! ii f uu th'.' side
of ili commou peopn-, and if
deteriniued to protect the rights of th?
black and while voter In the South, oi
everp citizen in North, and maintain
the American us against the European
labor system. The appeal to free men
for support will not be in vain."
The Declaration of American Inde
pendence written by Jefleron as not
more radical or successful than this
new departure will prove undtr the
greatest political leader, .Ihihc O.
Blaine. - v.
He may neglect to recommend the
pensioning or tne iieuei soldiers lor
ihtir effort to destroy the republic iu
the interest; ot slavery; t)ul he uiii
stand fearlessly lor the rights o! every
man, poor or rich white or black, at
home or abroad, until the name f an
American eitizeu shall mean something
greater than heietoiore. Theic is not
an enemy to Blaine who docs nut feel
that that tearless states. u n w:il taud
as straight and hrm as Bimker-IIill
Monument when he is Ciothed with
Presidential power. L'ooperty, life,
liberiy will rest secure under one who
for twenty years bus been a master of
tftiiu-sinauship and legislation.
In him couservutism and boldness
are wisely blended. Having the cour
age of his convictions, his far sighted
statesmanship terrifies the timid time
terver, augers the arrogant bosses aud
dictators, but the American people de
ire a frank, manly bold policy.
To restore our commerce to the sea,
our threatened industries, our menaced
There will certainly b two and per
haps three candidates upposed to James
G.Blaine, aud while under some cir
cumstances president Arthur would
have b st suited the party, and Sena
tor Edmunds would have gratified au
ideal, that great leader of leaders, Jas.
G. Blaine, will carry Maine in Septem
ber by 10.000 majority, Ohio in Octo
ber by 40,000 majoriy, every Northern
State and three Southern States in No
vember. Eeex Moody Boyntox.
From tne Lincoln Journal.
The Blaine bolt goes on in England.
It is expected thnt unless Mr. Blaine
come out and disavows the Irish lead
era who are adhering to him and pio
posing for the first time to vote the re
publican ticket, that the entire British
press will come
e down on the man from
Maine line a nawK on a jdu' oug,
the exhibition piocced.Vvc miirlit n
well have a lively campaign while we
,nLni ;t ,
are about tt, aud if tbe BnU.h press
j duj Harper's Weekly ud the New
York Times in mud throwing at Blaine
and Logan there are lively time ahead,
and the democrats must not not fail to
bear it in mind. Worse things might
happen to the republican ticket than a
mill with the English newspapers nil
about ti.e Irish vote. In tliU country,
however, it is an uncommon thn.g for
a raudidate for office to get up ami
"diravow" gentlemen who may chance
to drop a remark that they propose Jo
Vital question I! I
."A- the moat eminent physicnn
Ot any aciiool, what i li-c best thing !
' in the worhl for uuietini and allaviiiir
I all irritation of ttie nerves, and curing
! f'OI? of uerv complatuU, giving
uuturnl," childlike i refreshing . bleep
Aud they will tell you unhesitatingly
8nme form of Hops! LJ'L
Ask any or all of the most eminent
What is the best and only remedy
that can be relied on to cure all diueas
f the kidneys and urinary organs;
such a Bright'a disease, diabetes,
retention, or inability to retain urine,
and the diseases and aliments peculiar j
to Women" i
'And they will tell you explictly and j
emnhat icall v M Buchu ! ! ! "
Ask the same pnyiciaus
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure lor liver diseases or dyspepsia;
cons'ipatioc, migestion, biliionsness,
malaria fever, ague, &e.,V.nd thpy will
ten you :
Mandrake ! or Dandelion! ! !
lUnce when the.-e remedies are com- 1
binded with others equally valuable.
And compounded inio Hop Uittces,
such a wouderful . and mysterious
curative power is de veloped, which "is
so varied. iu its operations that no
disease r ill health can pt-aiMy exist
or resist its power aud vet it is hnriu-
less for thomojt frail woman, weikest
invalid or smullcst child to iwe.
CHAPTER II. !
"Almost dead or nearly dyint"
For years, and gave up my physi
cians, of Bright's and other kidney
diseases liver complaiute, severe couch!?,
called consumtpion, have been eurpd.
Women youe nearly crazy! .' !
From agony of neuralgia, nervou
sness,' wakefullness, and variott
dii tc ses peculiar to woman.
people draw out of shape from
excruciating png3 of rheumatism,
iliflammatory and chronic" or suffering
S litrlienrn, blood poianingdyspepsia
lndig"tiDg . aad in- fact, almost all'
dipeaes frail" -
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which cau be found in every
iicitAvHrogod in tne known world.
jggf" None geuino without a bunch
ot green Hops on th8 white label.
Shun all the vilp.'paisonons -stuff', with -j
"Hop 'or Hops" in their nam.
June 1884 dwlm
tir'te i ver :int l scouut oa all cub
torn made woik hereafter, at Sher
wood's FOit CASn. To establish my
ess in every department on a
cash basis this inducement is
made in all custom made work.
Under the reduction a shoe that
costs SO 00 now, costs $7.65 for cash.
A boot that costs $3 00 now coata $C
. "A boot that costs SG.50 now costs
3. GO cash at Sherwood's. 58lw8if
Republicans are especially invited
to meet at Schelegel'3 and try the
Blaine and Logan cigar. 08dtf
Hurrah for Blaine and -ogaa cigars
at Schlegels. 98dtf
CloK.es. Htir, Nail aud footh Brush
es, Comb?, &c, nice lino, at Fishers,
east Main street. 49dtf
Choice, pure fresh mixed candy at
Jim Antill's for only 2o cents a pound.
Money suved by buying hand made
Irooms. ask otir dealer for thpm.
The largest 6tock fireworks in the
city at the O. news depof, and don't
you forget it. 93t2
A fine stock of silver ware just re
ceived a', i;. C. Erven'3. 83tf
Parlor and bedroom sets in all styles
at lowest prices at BceeckV. 59tf
If you want to smoke a fine oc cigar
go the P. O. news depot, and smoke the
'Xemo" Lawrence Barrett, Fresh Cara
mels, Palace, and other fine brands.
Diamond Wall Finish, best and cheap
est, ready for use by adding hot water,
at Fisher's drug store. 49Jwtf
Tho Ice Man.
Jos. Fairfield has established an of
fice at Monarch billiard hall, where he
will contract with consumers to supply
ice for th snaon at the lowest terms.
CORN COB pipes in every ty
i offi. iJ"
Call, for Blaine and Logan cigar
1 whexeyer you deal, as they are the best
DlckIe c,"ar m. tbe p11""111- , If Y0:jr
den!eirdoea not keep them induce him
to get aome. . . 4tf
PLATTSMOt'TII. - KEimAHKA.
CAPITAL, - S7S.OOO.
JOHN lil.ACK. ."KANK CAltltUTII.
W. II. CUSHINU. Cliier.
.Mm H!.irli. W. 11. u.l:ij,'. Trauk Carrutb.
J. A. Couuor, Fri'd Herrmann, J. W. .)onu
oii, F. K. tiutliinsun, IVter Mutum,
Wm. tTc:nnj, Henry Ito-ck.
Transact i a fieri- rai banking llu-lnesn. All
wuo liHVc any Hauklng busluuitM to trau;ict
re tiivltfvj to call. Nu matter liow
lar-M nr Kinall the traiiHiicdoii, It
will rt'i-eivc our careful ill tfiitiuii,
ai.U we pioiuiHK Hlaycour-
I"ui CtTtifio.iio of De oulLs boar tug Iiitorcat -Bur
tJd tefi Forelgrn Excharnje, Couuty
ami Cltv Nfcurltle.
V. W. MCL.ADUMLIN
OF PLATX8MOCTU. NEBRASKA.,
t .... .. . .
Offer th very best facilities Xor the prompt
transaction of leg ltlmitte
St neks. Hand. lold. Oovernmeiit god Loot
HeciUitles Houlit jiixl Hoia, OmmmIU roevlr
ed &ud luttirvit alluwed un time t:urtltl
cte, lral t drawn, arulUbla In ao y
. part of tiie United tstaten and all
the principal towun of
CoUedioux made & promptly remittal
HlRJiest ret price paid for County W:tr
STate KLd County Honrln.
John It. Clartt
K. K. Wtilte.
A. W McLaiitdilln
WEE PINO WATER. . NEJf.
U REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vlce-Preaidbiit.
R. 8. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General tottm Business TransacteJ.
lif.Crivp4, art Irrret allowed on Time Certi-
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Oruwu avallalde in aay part ot the Liitivd
Stan and the principal cltl of Kuropr.
Agent for the vtlelrated
Mmi Line of Steamers.
Sank Cass County
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets.
jV.. H. PAKMKLK. President, I
i.l M. PAITK1WON. Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banians Business.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Pull for County and City War. anti.
OOLLKC.TIOXH 31 A II R,
and promptly remitted tor.
B R Windham, J. M. Patterson, C. II. Parn ei
F. K. Guthrnann. W J. Agnew, A. 11.
S'nith. Fred order.
A general Banking business trans
acted. Money to Loan, Int, allowed or
time deposits. Collections made and
J. J. Hanker, II. E. Mankek,
C. A. Marker. Ass't Cah.
Some Foolish People
Allow a ough to run until it gets be
yond tne 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' Balsam, that
I sell ou a positive, guarantee to cure,
they would immediately see the excel
lent effect after taking ihe first dose.
Price 50c and 31; trial size free.
Resp'y, fapr3 4m W.J.Warrick.
M O'Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anher.ser Rurch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac
ticular attention to his customers.
Spearhead tobacco is all the go new.
All chewers 6eem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will be given away
inJunenxt. Call at Malt Schiegel's
for a circular. itf
All tlie best houses in riattsmouth
will sell you Bremner's choice crackers
at reduced price by the box or barrel,
and don't you forget it. Get these and
you get tbe best. tf
it you want to get you a broom that
will give the leat satisfaction for the
"ame money ask your dealer for Dor
ack'g brooms. d2dlmo
Trythe Biiiaa plug chewing to
baeco, it is byiar the finest plug chew
ing made. Matt Schel sella ic. Itf
Orders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at the Western
broom factory. d28-lmo .
Refrigerators In all sizes at, Henry
v . r-.-r.--?
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