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DEMOCJIA TIC A FT EllTHOUG 1IT.
Exactly two months have elapsed si'je
that somewhat remarkable document,
called by courtesy a President message
was laid before congress. No ollicial
emanation from the Whits House in a
time of profound peace has ever attracted
more attention both at home and abrond,
and thus early in a presidential year the
policy arbitrarily dictated by the chief
executive to his party is understood
throughout the length and breadth of
the land. When the message was first
flashed before the country the democracy
at once sent up a wild, ULieasoniug yell,
for were the words not spoken by their
Moses, who had led them out of the
wilderness in which they had wandered
without manna or po.stoftices for a quar
ter of a century? No matter what Cleve
land's utterances might have been the
plaudits would haye sounded just the
same. He could have immediate intro
duction of volapuk or the abrogation of
the ten commandments and the aggre
gate of prejudice and partisanship that
is labeled democracy would have hailwd
his words a those of one inspired.
Hut now that the very echoes of these
shrieks of approbation and adulation
have died away thu time has come to
look OTer the field and see just where
those injudicious utterances have brought
the party accidentally in power. Primari
ly it is plain that, no matter what legis
lation under the guise of "relief" may be
adopted during the present session of
congress, the democrats will not be so
.foolhardy as to embody jij their platform
the ideas advanced in the message. From
the very first there were symptoms or
revolt in the democratic party of the
south agaiust Cleveland's free-trade
heresies, and the ablest papers in that sec
tion are pronounced in their apposition.
They occupy the anomalous opposition
of supporting the man while opposing
his policy, and, though the principle of
protection may not be strong enough to
xercise a potent influence nvxt Novein
iter iji the states where more thatt onr
lialf of the voters are disfranchised, the
growth of the sentiment is so palpable
that it has created much consternation in
administration councils. Rut it is in the
states of New York, New Jersey, and j
Connecticut, classed as doubtful and of
vital importance to democratic success,
that the great manufacturing interests
have taken the alarm and are astounded
at the superlative follv of Cleveland in
making free trade the test of party loyal-j
ty ana the sole requisite for executive
consideration. The Tanimanv and Irv
ing Hall organizations have pronounced
emphatically in favor of the tariff, and
their leaders are long-headed enough to
see that the president's stubbornness will
make all these states overwhelmingly
republican, m Indiana, too, whicu is
rapidly developing into a great manu
facturing commonwealth, and is needed
by the democrats badly in addition to
the solid south, a like feeling prevails,
and hundreds of men who have their
life-time savings invested in these varied
industries fully understand that free
trade means financial ruin.
Some of the shrewder democratic lead
ers are already giving out quietly the
statement that an out and out free trade
platform will not be adopted, and that
the message was formulated to test the
general feeling on the subject lon
enough before the holding of the con
vention to afford time for tilling and
tacking. The fiction is a line one, but is
neither all wool nor a foot wide. His
most ardent admirers have never claimed
for Grover Cleveland more than a modi'
cum of political Acumen, and that lie
could conceive a scheme of this deciip
tion is not in consonance with tho char
acter of the man. A firm believer in his
own luck, he prefers a course where stolid
unconcern and the tenacity of a bulldog
supplant the ferret-like cunning of a La
mont or the counsels of a born leader like
the late Daniel Manning. And no mat
ter what may be the platitudes put forth
in a democratic platform, Cleveland as
the nominee must make the race upon
his message, and that alone.
After the expiration of sixty days then
what is the condition, brought about by
the executive effort to force free trade
upon the country? By committing the
fatal erfor of exposing his position and
tactics before a preliminary gun had
been fired, Cleveland united the rej ubli-
nml j1j,iii,rnli7fl hw nwn.
tail pat II nv.l -
Whether the motive is an honest belief
in the principle of protection ot is
attributable solely to selfish motives,
the fact remains that in New York, New
Jersey, Connecticut, and Indiana, the bat-
tie ground of the coming campaign, tlto
Democracy is divieled on the one issue.
The hundreds of thousands of skilled ar
tisans in thorn; stales do not wish to sec
the products of their toil in open compu
titiou with those of the beggarly paid
Kuglihh mechanic, and their wages
brotight down to a "no-meat-save on
Sunday' basis, and they will have none
of it. And thu breach is widening daily.
As an offset to these defections Cleveland
will probably retain the allegiance of the
Mugtrumjw, despite his contemptuous ig
noring of the civil-service law, and all
.his smooth pledges and precious proinis
es. As a matter f fact these men are all
reformers only from the teeth outward.
anci arc ireo traders to tlie core. I here
is also a little flurry in Minnesota, where
there lias always been some free-trade
sentiment among the Swedes. This latter
is magnified grc.itl', however, by a St.
Paul paper that once was the Republican
State organ, a proud position now held
by a rival at Minneapolis, and will in no
way ciTect t!io final result in that Repub
lican State, liricfly then, the stupidity,
or worse, of the President lias divided
the Democratic party, placed it on the
eieiensive, and. with all the immense
power of the government to back it, it is
fighting, and must continue to tight, an
up-hill battle. The
limit to blundering
luck will be reached in November. In
Numerous schemes for amending the
constitution have met their death at the
hands of the house judiciary committee.
Democrats don't delieve in trifling with
that sacred document. C 11'. Sherman.
Such stuff as the above might be toler
ated by a man who had indulged in a
Rip-Van-Winkle sleep for the past thirty
years; but to one who is familiar with
the history of his country it is only con
sidered as a specimen of the hypocrisy
and dishonesty of the dough-face leaders
who seek to mould public sentiment in
The fact is universally known that the
Damocratic party, which has so recently
been bent on destroying the Government,
and which to this day ignores the fif
teenth amendment to that sacred (?) con-
-titution in nearly one-half of these Unit
ed States, is at heart hoping against hope
that the constitution may be relegated
hack to its condition in ante bellum day?,
at least so says the most popular man in
the South, Mr. Jefferson Davis.
Our disciple of Davis who runs the
Jonrnnl, wants to comment on facts not
S3 generally understood if ho wishes the
peoplo to heed his teachings.
Thkkk is a bill before Congress which
will probably pass in reference to open
ing up fer settlement, Oklahoma. It may
interest our readers 10 Li:oy tl;at this
place isa tract of 'very fertile land iu
what would be termed the middle part
o.f Jadirin Territory, north of the Cana
dian river. The area is about 18.000
square miles, sixty miles long from north
to south and forty miles wide at its
greatest breath. Col. Bouelinot, a Cher
okee, gave the namo "Oklahoma" to this
tract, it signifying in the Cherokee tongue
"home of tiie red ii.ai;.'
Bess's Cherry Ccugh Syrup.
Is the tnily medicine that acts directly
on t lie Lungs Blood and Bowels, it re
lieves a cough instantly and in time
effects a permanent cure. Sold by O. 1'.
Smith ii Co.. druggists. j23,3uie,d-w.
Ik the men of mocieiute ierj;ig in this
city will put their shoulders to the wheei,
the fact of two or three wealthy old bar
ucles opposing improvements, will not
stop the tide that has already et in cpr
way. Active and industrious work for
' city improvements would necessarily be
t'le first step to put our city on a plane
with Hasting, and EeaM'ipe. After that
we must have factories and railroads, and
The IIekald belieyes we will get them
fiis year. 1888, if we all do our duty.
Eegg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is warrantee! for all that the label calls
for, so if it does not relieve your cough
you can call at our tcre and the money
will be refunded to you. It aces -Uiiio-
taneously tn all parts of the system.
thereby leaving no bad results. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists. j25-3iud&w
Partics needing household furniture
and those ajio contemplate keeping
house soon will fiud 11 .z their object to 1
buy of I. Parleman. tas-ittt
Furniture for the cellar kitchen an:1.
parlor sold on weekly or monthly install
ments at I. Pearlman s. f2-dtf
Who is Your Best Friend?
Your stomach of course. Why? Be-
! cause if it is out of order you are oho tif
the most miserable creatures living. Give
it a fair chance and see if it is not the best
friend j-ou have in the end. Don't smflke
111 the morning, uodi uiiuk. in iuu
morning. If 3011 must smoke and elrink
wait until your stomach is through with
bretkfast. You can einnk more and
smoke more in the evening and it will tell
on you les3. If your food ferments and
does not digest right- if you are troubl
ed with Heartbnrn, Dizzniess of the head,
r .t r t II
iousness, ineligestion, or any other trouble
of the stomach, you had best use Green's
August Flower, ns no person can use It
without imiueeliate relief.
SOUTHERN ALASKA'S FORESTS
Wooded Areas of Somber firrcn Mat
tliK f Moh Arctic TuiijjIo (irowth.
Nowhere in tlio regions north of thu dense
tropical tangle growth is there u more thickly
wooilcil and "1 unshod'' part of the world
than some, of these ureas of southern Alaska,
The country miht well lm considered moun
tainous, ukhoiih few of tho elevations aver-a-e
altove 3,000 to 4,000 feet ; still the incline
from the very water's edgo Is general 13- so
KlccjiKtho very top that no one disputes
piviii it an Alpino oharae'ter as the most
fait hf ill 0110 to describe it. All these steep
hillsides ere well covered with an evergreen
growth of Sitka spruce that is tho most som
ler green 1 have ever viwwcd. ' It is doleful
enough at anytime, but when coi;pLd with
the dreary rainworms so common hi this part
of tho territory especially in the fall, winter
and spring mouths ono must have tho spir
its of Mark Tapley to keep from suffering
from the bluest of the "blues."
Tlg reflect ions of thesu deep green forests
give the fjord-like waterways a Plutonic
shade of greenish black that makes ono feel
that if he ever fell overboard from the vesrvl
ho would keep sinking in tle cold, dark
waters for tho next thrco weeks, and not bu
sure of the bottom then. Goiiiy asiove, the
traveler's idea of tho density of the forest is
increased rather than tho reverse, as would
lie expected; and he ii:;ds jiddeil to th j ever
green growth, the top of which he could only
see when on the water, a dense, deciduous
growth underneath that makes walking la
borious and difficult in the extivurit?.
Over all this again is a heavy mat
ing of moss that clings to everything
that would give it the least hold. The
fallen trunks of trees do not seom lo decay
and pass away, but keep accumulating, prob
ubl3 for ages, until they have piled up a mass
of felled timber from a yard to teu feet deep
and all covered by a treacherous carpet f
moss. Tho topmost trunks may bo indicated
to the eye by a ridge of moss; but let tho
pedestrian step aside from this and there is
no telling where ho will bring up as he sinks
into tho moss up to his xniddlo' or armpits,
probably his toes tippiug another trunk far
Add to this the steep ascents on which all
this tanglo growth is found, and it forms
about as effective a barrier to a traveler's
progress as any in tho known world. It is
for this reason that miners' prospecting is so
ineffectual in this part of Alaska, otherwise
so very accessible. Ten feet of snow could
not be more effective in hiding outcropping
ledges and indications of precious lodes from
a prospector's eyes. In some places avalanches
have swept down tho steep mountain sides,
laying the ground bare in narrow windrows,
and it is generally along these that most of
the successful mine hunting is done. Freder
The Laws of Heredity.
A certain man had, during his entire life
time, gratified his every passion, and died
with an oath on his lips and a scorn of de
cency in his heart, lie left three sons. In
spite of their mother's pra3 ers and tears,
each son followed his father's blighting ex
ample. Like their father, at no period in
their lives did they ever show tha slightest
desire to reform. So reckless were thoy that
not one of the three lived to bo twenty five
years old.- Two of tho brothers died unmar
ried. Tho third had a good Wife, but did
not live to see his son, who was born a month
or two after his death.
Every care was taken to surround this child
with good influences. lie knew nothing of
tho dissipation of his grandfather, lather and
father's brothers. The3' were dead. His
mother never siioke of them.
As a lad he was brutal and vicious in the
extreme. "I don't want to be good!" was
his favorite expression, if taken to task for a
F.eforo he was 12 years old he had run away
from 0x110 fci&ht, times, to associate with
children of the gutter, llo is now -J1. Ho is
a drunkard, a thief for he stole jewelry
from his mother to pawn and a dissolute
lie declares that if he knew of any vice
into which ho has not plunged, he would
straightway test it. Ho has broken his
mother's heart. "With the utmost c-ompla-ceue-y
ho is watching her die of grief for life;
depravity. Nothing affects hiin. Ho is as
indifferent to punishment as he is to tcnuer
uess. If he lives ten years longer, he will
roach the gallcwg. Philadelphia News.
A Crazy Clergyman's Collection.
The other day a memorial slab was placed
in the church of Catshoge, Leicestershire, re
cording the death of the flew Air. Haga
lnore, a ver3" singular character of the
county, who died in Januarj, 18Si. He k-i't
property behind him valued at '700 (s3,C-eO)
per annum and 1,000 in sovereigns, all of
(vhich witt to a railroad porter. Mr. llaga-
moro's heir at law.
The cmeer old man kept one servant of
each sex, whom ho locked up every night.
His last employment of an evening was to go
round hia premise, let ioooe his dogs and ftre
his gun. lie lost his life as follows: Going
one morning to let out his servants tho dogs
fawned upon him and threw him into a pond,
where he was found lreast high. His ser
vants heard him call for assistance, but, be
jng locked up could rot assist him. Ho had
0 gowns and cassocks, 100 pairs, of ji-oUiers,
pairs of hoots, 400 pairs of shoes, SO wigs,
3-et alwaj's wore his own hair; o0 dogs, 60
wagons and carts, SO plows, and used noiie;
50 saddles and furniture for tho menage, SO
wheelbarrows, so maii3' walking sticks that a
toy man offered $ for them, (JO horses and
mares, 200 pickaxes and shovels and 249
razors. Liverpetol Courier.
,V Steuui Catamaran.
A novel craft is Itei'ng built in
It is a steam tratamaran, each of tho cigar
shax.-d hulls being of steel, sijct3--five feec
long, and built in two compartments, one be
ing for water ballast and tho other for stove
ci al oil. which will bo used for fuel. Two
vertical engines will furnish the power to
j.w.Li jtropeHej-s which nro so arranged thrit
ihey will lift themselves out .f the way Vh'eii
tho hulls strike floating ice or other ' obsta
cles. The boat can be taken apart and
packed on a ship, and is intended for whalo
and walrus hunting in the Arctic regions. It
will earr a Gatling gun and a powerful
electric- batterv. Boston Budget.
J-and Tl'tp3 Texftt.
A movement is on foot in pallas, Tex., to
Iress legislation on a measure retpiiring the
registration of attachments and exeeutious
in Jand in the county where the land is situ
ated. Tho object is to give protection to
purchasers by making defects in title a mat
ter of public record, and so recorded that
they can easily be examined. The fact that
Ibis remedy has not ljeeiioppliod Is attributed
,to oversight, as it is one that nobody can ob
ject to, and at tho same time it is considered
iu the interest of honesty and Texas security.
The World' Greatest, Betters.
The Australians aro the greatest betters in
the world. Twenty million pounds changes
hands annually over horse racs. In Victoria
cluuo there aro 350 registered bookmakers.
It is computed that JEloO.iJOO is annually bet
i-u football iuatches. Chicago News.
An Ar.i'.iian (inin tf Ia.rlle.
Tho Kih.i play marbles differently
front tho American boys. Of courso tho
arrangement of tho marbles to bo shot
at can lx; varied in many ways; but tho
young Arabs shoot tlio lnartio in a way
of their own and much more accurately
than ti-. American lads. The left band
i.i laid flat on tho ground with tho lingers
closiil together, and tho mnrbht is placed
in the groove !x-twten tho middle finger
and fore-linger. Tho forefinger of tho
right band is llien pressed firmly on tho
e-nd joint of th. middle finger, and when
tho middlo tingvr is suddenly pushed
aside the fore-linger of tho right hand
tlips out with more or less feirce and pro
jects the inarblo very accurately in tho
direction of the groove on the left hand.
Many of. the boys become very expert.
Tho itliniatnr from Corea.
Pnk Chung Yang, tho Corcaa minister
to the United States, and his seci ctarw a
are somewhat dudi.sh iu their, habits.
Several wagons were re-quired to move
tlio trunks containing their apparel.
They change- their costumes several times
a day. They own a vast variety e.f very
tall hats, which are perforated Jft the- top.
Thoy v.ciir (h'.ir l-atj tit th. table, and
have a different kind i tile- for each
meal. They have heads of 11 very pe-cu-lir-i-
shrike. Th-j back of the head, far
from bemg round, is iv.i Hat arj a board.
New York World.
Scarcity of Timber In Kussiu.
So scarce is limlx-r that in most sections
it is scrupulously preserved. For this
reason the-ro are few fences in tho coun
try. The fences aro made, too, in a way
peculiar to the country. Thev aro of
nine foot shibs, two or three inc:hes thick,
rix or eight inches wide, and are driven
three feet into tlio ground, leaving tho
fence six foot in height. The tops aro
souared oil with a saw and tho fence is
not only durable but bightly. Moscow
Cor. Cleveland Leader.
Advertising for Lost Articles.
A word of advice, in closing, to those
who have lteen unfortunate enough to
lose jewels. Never offer "a suitable
reward;" never say "that the finder will
lx liberally rewarded." In such cases
the cost of advertising is usually added to.
tho loss of the jewel. State tho e-xact
amount of the reward, and let it le
liberal enough to insure tho return of the
lost article. George T. Kunz.
The black alder, common in all tho
eastern s-tate., is well adapted to low
lands, and wiil produce fuel in a very
Cl:cd Purifier anJ giocd
No remedy iu the world has gained
tlio popularity that this medicine has, as
a hold on family ineelicine. No one
shoubbbi; without it. It has 110 calomel
or quiuiii.. in its composition, consequent
ly no br.d cherts ran arise from it. Yv'c
keep a full supply at all times. O, P.
Smith Co. Druggist. j-23-oirodo:w
15y virtue of live exceut or.s issued by Calvin
lnitisel I, c'liiii'y judge, within aim "10 Cass
county. Nelirsiia. to u;e directed. I will
o.i 1 lie loi.it ilny of Kcbruarv. A. I . ;it lj
tVliick a. in., of said tay af Hie s'.t ie inent
formerly oi-eujiifil liy .rutin S. Huke, ,m Main
tieet in riattsii-.oiitii. ( ass cnup.-v, Aebra-k::.
el! at puliiic auction, th
low nig goods and
ciiio lies lo-wit :
All the .-tei u of hardware a:ol f!if-ifw.i-e,
co::siM 01;; 01 1 s!o; os. sti.vepip:, chr.iu-', i:aiN.
.-ere ens and oii!t-i. t 11 buckets, knives and
forks,-jiriii wire, plow '.laiii.Uf-.i.jiaivaui.eil iron,
small tubes, iron bo':, well wheels, packet
knives and cutlery. t-U'. : being j-.II the. sleek of
s;:id Jn'nn S. 1 uki; un.v ie ahlhrS llii.s hi sMld
iii sai-i rjtoru roi.i.t. The san; beji.-j: levied up
on an.1 ra!-e -s the p-.i'jjeriy i ! .(niiu S. Duke,
defendant; to satisfy live (udiic-nts oi"
court leeovered ! I.e-.l (i ililiiii, W. ii.Seliihl
knecm. Jinn iuh-hl h i.if ' ' o. . I.e. pnhi Pro
Co . C. .-i'liicy .-.'.r.i plieid C-v, jilaintif.'w,
iigahist said defend;. nf.
I'lattsmouth, -" b.. 'anuary .'.0, A. 1). isss.
M. McKt wai n. e'oi.siable.
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ConvHisious. Kits. Nervous Seur.-djii;!, H-jul.
ache. Nerveeiis i'ins;r uiin e:uisod i.v titei: i-
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!?e lrain re- uhir. in in-ilsf-ry.
rftnne.--s. i,ns oi row
er in eit! t r s- x. Involuntary Losses an j S.er
nsat rrlnea caused by ov'i-r-cxertien cf the
brain. selfabi:s3 or over-indiilgeiiee I'ach box
contains oi:e ii:o!ith's treatiiieut, 1 tH! a lie','
or six box'-;; for .;u.Co, stut :y inll tui idor
ret-eipt of nrjep J ' "
WE ij'v&RAlrl'jtEE SIS BOXES
To cure auvcrise. V. itli each order received
by us for siv t ot s, aceonip i:i el with So.dti.
we v.-jii send tin: piirtdu.scr our written guaran
tee t.i u-Uiiii Uie li'oncy if the in a;inc::t does
not effei-t n cure. (;u:irai:tc-es issued only bv
U ill J. Y;.rrh-.fc sole agent, Plattsiieiuth. iVell.
"We will pay the above reward fcr anv
case ot liver cotnptamt, dyspepsia, t'u U
headache, Li digest ion, constioation or
costivcness we cannot euro with
West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when tho
uneetions are stn'ctlv complied with.
They are purely vegetable1, and never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
containing co sugar corded pills, 2Cc.
For sale 1 y all druggists. V,aie
counterfeits c.d ii.iuiuion?. The genu
ine manufactured oi.ly by John O. Well
& Ce., y(2 W. Madison St. Chicago. Its
Sold byW. ..J Warrick. '
Use Dr. Lhu. k's Hheutnatic Cure if
it don't do you any gooel come in and
we will :jive von vour money Lv.ck. iVi
sale by gmith'fr 1?(V
'i-iie standard remedy for liver ctun
jdaint is West's Liver Pills; they never
disappoint yovi. ot) ji lis 25c. At War
rick's dru,2 store.
MAKUTACTCKEK OK AND
H0LESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IK TIIE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flar tie Pepperbergo and 'Cuds
FULL- LINE OP
! TOBACCO AND SMOKERS1 ARTICLES
I always in stock. ' Nov. 20, 188.1. .
-I niust liiitko room for my-
Large Sleek of Spring floods
Coming aiul therefore will rtclucc :ill leather goods 20 par
cent, below regular prices for cash only.
SLll Goods ZIarSsod iii Plain
Ladies' French Kiel $5 00 20 per cent, discount $ 00
Ladies' French Kid .. 4T0 " 3 50
Ladies' Urifflit Donolu 4 00 " " " 3 20 V
LaeJieV Uriirht Jongola J) 00 " " " 2 40
J.aeie' Kid 2 2r " " 44 1 0
Dadies' Pe-b. (out. .'.'.' . 2 50 " " " 2 00
Ladies' Fe!). (Joat. . . . 2" 25 " " 1
Men's F n rt Shoes 8 00 " " " r 40
Men's Shoes 4 50 ' " 3 fi0
Men's Shoes . . . 'A 75 " " " 00
Men's Shoes ' ' . . . ti 50 " ' " 2 00
Childrcns "Little Giant School
reduction. Nor: 'u your
BOSTOF MEAT MARKET,
Olivar cS: S?.a22ag;e, Proprietors.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, POULTRY
We keep constantly on hand the finest and freshest line of meat
in the city. Meats ef all kinds in their season.
SUGAR CURED MEAT:-, HAMS, BACGN, LARD,
SAUSAGE MD MINCE MEAT.
And everything to suit the demand our trade
South Side Main Street,
X invito all to givo ra a trial.
Sugar Cured Meat, Ihins, 1 Lar.l, etc., etc. Fresh O.vsfer., in Can and Bulk
at ,o,vest hying prices. Do not fail to civc me your patronage.
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icos in th. City.
SIXTH STJiEET, I1ET. MAIN AND VINE.
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PORK PACKERS and dealers in RUTTER AND EGGS
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON ANf) VEAL
THE BEST TIIE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND
Sugar Cured Meals, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &.,
ot our own make.
Shoes," the best in the market, same
chance to lay in a cheap supply.
Give us a trial
Fetveen Fifth and Sixth.
irETAIIi DEALER IN
Veal and Ponltrv.
KIND 3 OF
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Ulk' at
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