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I'LATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, FKIDAY EVENING, JUNK 27, 18$t.
Choice Family Groccrks,
CENT :al main street, plattsmoutii. neb,
Cement, Piaster, Hair,
Lowest Rates. Terms Casta
We have t the largest and best selected utock of
Choice Family Groceries
in town, and we will sell them just as cheap as wc possibly can and
not " bust. Our Stock of
Qilcctlswcutc cltlcI G-lccsswcure,
is not larii, but the goods are First-class, and we will give you some
3 low prices. Wo pride ourselves on our
leas and SiDices,
Which we take great pains in selecting and can guarantee to be ot
the very best quality.
you folks who Have ueen going away irom nomo iu ju
ceries, come and give us a chance to give you figures.
We Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same quality of goods and on the same terms. Come and see
cr. x. ui&ttJtt
?UBUITURE 8 COFFINS';
urt all kind ot oods usually kept In a
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral fcoods
Metallic&fooienCofflns Caskets Holies
Our New and elegant hearse ts always In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
vvnear we mar be found nlht or day.
J. 1 UNRUH,
. . i..rritt aiM. neb
IKISCL, - Proprietor
rtovr. Com Molrt JW
Carpets, lings, Etc
ALL KINDS OF- -
SAF -c5, CHAiRF,.
Of All Description.
METALLIC B UEIAL CASES
. Mi, t eaay made and sold cheap for cash.
IS NOW BEAU
With many thanks for past patronage. I
nvite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
Mtf. Kl KVTI'HK AX OKKITSU
Improved Lands for Sale
.60 acres 12 miles from Lenora. Kansas $650
160 is " Orleans. Neb. 900
lo " 14 " Bearer City. Neb.
100 8 " Logn, Kansas. 1,(00
These lands are well Improved, and can be
bought bv Darioe cash, and balance on time.
They are cheap, the present owners having
bought then at forced sale. Call and see.
I have some Cheyenne County Lands for
sale yet they are going fast.
ITor particulars call on
W. H. WISE,
ruBLisiir.n daily and weekly
The Plattsmoatb Herald Pstlisliinc: Co,
IA(LY, deliver I ly carrtcr io any. part of the
PwWi-ek $ 15
I'er Ye.r 0
WEEKLY, hy enjiil.
Oue copy six months $1 00
OiiercurouC year 2 00
Registered at tlie 1'o.st Oiiiee, t'laltsmouth, ae
second cla.sH inai ter.
National Eepublican Ticket.
JAMES (i. I3LAINE,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
OH CONSISTENCY! ETC.
The democratic parly in the gre:it
States of Ohio, Missouri uud Indiana,
day before yetord:iy, realUrmed the
National platform of 1876 and 1SS0
Ohio in addition declaring for a pro
tective tariff 'for wool- "fully and
equally with other industries." The
Missouri bourbons declaring for a tar
iff for revenue onlj. The Ohio gen
tlemen for whisky with a properly
graded license tax. The Jlissoeri boys
took their whisky straight, after the
eood old fashion of driuking it up to
get rid of it.
The Ohio nieu yearned for Tilden;
the Missourians howled down a resolu
tion lor the old man and in the mean
time Tommy Hendricks and the lloc-
fc-ier origade declared for a protective
tariff and Joe McDonald. Thus the
party has a plain, square declaration
for protective tariff from two of the
doubtful States Ohio and Indiana
and an ominous and significant silence
from New Vork, the other doubtful
State. Just how the revenue only tel-
lows arc going to kick Sam Randall
aud-the men who favor judicious pro
tection, out of the National Conven
tion under these circumstances is pret
ty hard to tell. The Herald is of
opinion, however, that the "revenue
only" doctrine will prevail' tacked onto
that other democratic battle cry ugit
thar any way," au i that the great Na
tional democratic party don't care a fig
what the 1 latform is, so it can win the
DocTOit Miller and the regular
democrucy are compelled to recognize
and ackuovl:?d the prowess of Tam
many and its infallible leader Mr. John
Kelly. Mr Keily alw ays comes out on
top "all the same"; trembling in his
presence the late state convention of
New York under the pretext of har
mony gave the boss all he has been
asking for, Io, these many stovmy,
tempestuens years; recognition and
representation without pledge or prom
ise were Mr. John Kelly's terms and
they were granted. In other words,
John Kelly said to Messrs. Cleveland,
Manning, and Co., "au unconditional
surreuder, gentlemen, else I propose to
move upon your works immediately."
The hands of New York's invincible
democracy, at length were compelhd
to go up, an I now Mr. Kelly is in a con
dition to krcp them up. At this mo
ment Mr. Kelly is talking Bayard and
while lie so talks uemocracy trembles
aud is afraid. The best thing Doctor
Miller and our Western dewocracy can
do, is to return to Joseph and Indiana.
Haul Joseph out of the well and start
Der New 1'ork TJepubLkauer ridi
cules the idea that the Germans are op -posed
Schurz u:d the other day that "the
Germans sire against Blaine" to his
"personal" knowledge. If he refers to
himself v have no objections; if he
means that a majority of the Germans
are oppoit-d to Blaine's election, he
simply kti- es what is not borne out by
thefactr. All over he country the
GermanO ans have come forward
in supp' i .Jlaine aud Logan. They
likeBlai . 'iccaus he would, if Presi
dent, explu'n things to Bismarck in
the genuine American way. The German-Americans
of Missouri, Ohio, In
diana, Illinois, and New York are ral
lying to the standard of Blaine and
Logant hav iug cut loose from that "ig
nua fatnu" in politics which would
mislead them in this selfish interest.
The sequel will proyo that as Ameri
cans the German-born citizens of this
country remained !ovh! to Kcp'.iblicau
piinciph-8, nw-anuri?, nd candidates",
in spite of the "Dolly Varden" oppo
sition of so-called prominent (iijmar.il
of th.i i:t:tiiz stripe.
BLAINE OF MAINE
L iter fii'Ui Col. M. l'.inuus to
the editors f 1 U'clnr'i..l iJiptitcb:
N:. t u i h1 Uridyl . V.. Ji-ne 14. Ed
itor iiiciiuioihl ( Va ) '! 'v. Tim fol
low in j.' Ml) i was u lili t. s,l t ihe Uis
patcii and r. tui'ti h plac in their col
umns. I'eihapsit will be more inter
esting to your rctders tliac to their-.
H. ;. i
Natural liriJj;e. Va., Juue l2-Ed-itor
H:eltnind 1 pit eh. At :hefi.-k
of seeming hii iiitimlei, ufin' ivaling
with in' ie-t umr rcn in tditoi i.il-, 1
wiite Jin: lectiTv:! H R'.atement iil:d
risking a prophecy.
The real opposition within the puity
to Mr. Blaine, is not based upon the
ground stated. The opponents are con
fined to two classes the free traders of
New York and the original abolition
ists of Massachusetts. Mr. Blaine's
motion to exclude the Chinese gave
deadly o flense to the Rentimentalists of
Boston, and 1 is known kindness of
feeling towards the South hsu closed
the door to t!n-ii oid graces. His de
clared high tuin" ideas an 1 hU asser
tion i f the .Monroe doctrine have not
bom pleasant to the little Englishman
who owns the Mmv York Time-, r to
the importers and foreigners who con
trol the prets iis:ei by jou as arrayed
against him with the exception of Har
per's Weekly. The bitterness of that
pj.pcr toward the South y u have long
noticed. The defection you note is a
large one, and, in counting the chances,
should be fully recognized. And et
allow m'i to i rophesy
Firt That the E:'glih press will
find that Mr. Blaine is dangerously
near the Irish vote, and for every man
who parts his hair in the middle and
leaves the line because Englard growls
a hundred Irishmen will report for
d u t v.
Second- That the tact that tin: aris
tocracy id Jlosbm cries out Hint he is
not good enough Icr them bungs dan
gerously near him the 40,000 republi
cans who voted for Butler in order to
strike down the assumptions of Beacon
Third, That Mr. Blaine will carry
Massachusetts and New York by larger
majorities than these States have gives
the republicans in sixteen j ears. When
Mr. Blaine is elected he will bi freer
than any man chosen in fifty years to
carry out his own policies. If he w ill
he can, without violence, greatly digni
fy the Nation in the eyes of th. woild,
and he can render the South iiie-tlma-ble
service. I am glad that n- ither
Bond street nor Beacon street ran then
plead his obligations.
As overwhelming as the power of the
Blaine sentiment was at Chicago, I
believe that a greater surprise awaits
his opponents in November. Leaving
out the local defections in New York
City aud Boston, there is no sign of a
break in the column. This will be a
Tippecanoe campaign. The fctay-al
home vote which has always been deci
sive for the republicans, will be brought
out as never before; and the accessions
from those who went over to the dem
ocratic party in late elections will be
in icns of thousands. In this State
there are many democrats who would
prefer Mr. Blaine, but I have no idea
that when the real test comes they will
fail to vote with the old-time solidity
for the Democratic candidate. After
the deluge, however, I have reason to
belie rc that President Blaine will be
come very dear to this people.
And now, as we go our separate w ays,
as politics are cow ordt:ied I to work
for ids election and jou to take your
"place among his aceur-erV' I do not
thiuk it improper or ill-timed to thank
you for the words yo.: hive gently and
justly spoken of him as a citizeu dur
ing the last three yeais, and to say that,
however you may feel called
upon to treat hir.i as a candidate, the
fart that a Southern paper could speak
pleasantly of a republican so prominent
aud so pronounced has not passed un
noticed or without good effect.
II. C Parsox.s.
Call for Blaine" and Logan cigars
wherever you deal, as they are the best
Dickie digar in the market. If your
dealeir does not keep them induce hiui
to get some. 98dtf
If you want to smoke a fine 5j cigir
go tpe r. O. news depot, and smoke the
"Nemo" 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 uisnef s drug i tore. .... 4JdAwtf
WHAT THE SUN THINKS
The enormous majority by which be
iClevelaud was elected in 1882 was
completely mvept away and carried
over to the other side in 1mS:j, when
the head of the republican ticket wa
elected by a plurality of 18,54:). Un
der Mr. Cleveland's Administration the
Democratic party in New York ha be
come a weaker and U-83 effective organi
zation than when he received its nomi
nation for (Jocrnor. And besides, tl o
Democratic Convention has met at Sa
ratoga and adjourned, and the friend
of Clevclands, in spite of the unques
tionable current in his favor without
the State, were not sufficiently numer
ous to muke him the choice of the con
vention, though, if they could have
done that, tiie convention, at Chicago
won hi have been practically a ratifica
tion meeting to indorse the nomination.
These are not truths to bo denied or
to be hidden. It would be au incalcu
lable blessing if they were not truths
at all. Tor if today tho Governor of
New York could surely count on a ma
jority of 30,000 votes iu this State; if
he was the sort of a man before whom
opposition faded rather than grew and
flourished, nothing in the whole range
of political possibilities could prevent
hi3 :electiou to the Presidency in No
vember next. But, ala! snclt is not
the case, all protests or expressions to
the contrary notwithstanding; and the
sooner our contemporaries who think
of but the nomination of Mr. Cleveland
by ihe Democrats can recogni,2 this t he
better. N. Y. Sun.
Vital Question ! !! !
AsJ; the most eminent pliysicun
Ot any school, what is the best thing
in ihe world for quieting and allaying
all irritation of the nerves, and curing
all froms of nerves, complaints, giving
natural, childlike refreshing sleep
And they will tell you unhesitatingly
'Some form of Hops ! ! .'"
Ask any or all of the most eminent
"What is the best and only remedy
that can be relied on to cure all diseas
of the kidneys and urinary organs;
such as Bright's disease, diabetes,
retention, or inability to retain urine,
aud the diseases and aliments peculiar
'And they will tell you evplictly and
emphatically " liuchn ! ! ! "
Ask the same pnyicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure tor liver diseases or dyspepsia;
constipation, inigestion, billiousness,
malaria fever, ague, &c..'rand they w ill
tell you :
Mandrake ! or Dandelion! ! !
Hence when these remedies are coin
binded with others equally valuable,
Aud compounded into Hop Bittces,
such a wonderful and mysterious
curative power is de veloped, whicTi is
so varied iu its operations that no
d:sease r ill health can possibly exist
or resist its power aud yet it is hnrm
less for the most frail woman, weakest
invalid or smallest child to use.
"Almost dead or nearJy dying"
For years, and gave up my physi
cians, of Bright's and other kidney
diseases liver complaint?, severe coughs,
called consumtpion, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy ! ! f
From agony of neuralgia, nervou
sness, wakefulness, and various
dis uses peculiar to woman.
People draw out of shape from
excruciating pangs of rheumatism,
ihflammatory and chronic or suffering
"Siltrheum, blood poiauing, dyspepsia
indigeting and, in lnc almou all
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which can be found in every
neishboroood in tne known world.
f None geuine without a btiucli
of green Hops on the white libel.
Shun all the vile, poisonous stutl with
'Hop ''or "HopsT' in their name.
June23 1S84r dwlm
fifteen ver ';?nt discount on all cu9
torn made work hereafter, at Sher
wood's for cash. To establish my
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.G5 for cash.
A boot that costs $3.00 now csts (.-
A boot that costs SG.30 now cotg
$5.G0 cash at Sherwood's. 58dw8tf
Republicans are especially invited
to. meet at SchelegePs and try the
Blaine and Logan cigar. 98dtf
Hurrah for Blaine and ogan cigars
at Schlegels. 98dtf
Clotl.es. Hair, Nail and Tooth Brush
es, Combs, &c, nice line, at Fishers,
east Mam street. 49dtf
Che ice. pure fresh mixed candy at
Jim Antill's for only 2o cents a pound.
Money saved by buying band made
brooms, ask your dealer for them.
IM.ATTSMOLTII. - NKIlItAHKA.
CViJ TX,, S75.QOO.
JO H1.ACK, i'KANK CAKUUTII.
l'reldT.t. ' Vlcc-I'rebldcut.
W. II. CUSI1IN0. CttHliier.
Jotiirniack. W. II. Cuililni;. Frank I'arruih.
J. A. Connor, Tied Herrmann, J. W. Joliu
hoii, F. It. (iutluiiaim, 1'eter Milium,
Win. VetDcaiii;, Ifonry Jlu-ck.
Transact a Ccuerul lianklny Jim-lncwi. All
who have any Hanking busluus.t to tmuucl
are invited to call. No matter liow
lar'H or email Ilia traimaetlou. It
wm receive our raieiul attention,
anl Me iI'oiiiih alway.i cour
Ikbucs Certificates of Deposits boarlng Intereftt
Uuyaauil sell Foreign Exchange, County
ami Citv Necurltlen.
1. W. Mc La con i.i n
OF FI.ATT3MOUTH. NEBRASKA,
OAVrs the very best lactlitieg for Ui prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Itoiwli. tlold. (ioverunient and I.oc
ScinitieH Koui;li t and Sola, Dejiofiitt receiv
ed and inleie.st allowed on I line ( :ertiU -c;iteH,
li:tf tw drawn, available in any
part or tlie t inted .State and
tiie principal tuwut of
GulU:lions made & promptly remitlrd
flt-list rtet price paid for County War
Stale ai.d County liond.
Jolin K. Clark. I. Hawksworll.
A. W McLaughlin. 1 K. White.
WEEPING WATER. - NEH.
K. L. REED. President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banians Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drnwn available In any part of tlie Uiilt.nl
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mmi Line of Stealers.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
.tj. ii. j-ak.mki.k. rresiaeut, i
1 .1 M. PATTKUSON. Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banking Bnsiness.
HIGHEST CASH PIUCE
Va ul tor County and City War ant
and promptly remitted for.
It B Windham, J. M. Patterson, C. II. Faro ei
F. K. Gutbuiann. W J. Agnew, A. B.
Smith. Fred (iorder.
A general Bankiner business trana
acted. Money to Loan, Int, allowed or
time deposits. Collections made and
J. I. Masker. II. E. Mankeh.
C. . Makkkr. Ass't Cash.
some Foolish People
Allow :i couzh to run until it eets h-
ynnd the reach of medicine. Tli
often say. Oh, it will wear away, out in
most case9 it wears tnem away. Could
they be induced to trv the amxf sfcful
medicine called Kemp'a Balfeam, that
I sell on a positive guarantee to cure,
they would immediately see the excel
lent effect after taking the first dose.
L'nee ouc ana si; trial size free.
Kesp'y, iapry 4mj '.V.. J. Warrick.
M O' Connor keens on hand t rd.
ebrated Anhenaer Burch 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 seem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will be given away
in June next. Call at Matt Schle?era
for a circular. ltf
All the lest houses in Plattsmouth
Will sell VOU Bremnfr'ii rhnipa craxlriirii
at reduced price by the box or barrell.
ami uou t you iorget it. tet these and
you get tne nest. tf
It you want to get you a broom that
will give the best batiefaction for the
fame money ask your dealer for Dor
ack's brooms. d28-lmo
TrytheBinana plug chewing to
bacco, it is by far the finest plug chew
ing made, Matt Schlpel sella it. ltf
Orders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at the Western
broom factory. - d23-lmo
Refrigerators in all sizes at Henry
Back'. . CTtf
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