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-uri'ALX. J I K XI A L D't" J'L A TTS3.1 O u ill, KEMUSKA,- MONDAY. FEiilttJAItV in. 1SSS.
The Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
Publishers &. Proprietors.
THE PLATTSMOUTH HKKALD
and Weekly every 1 liursdity woriiiiij;
evening except Sunday
tered at the uiinionlce. 1'iaitmnoutli. N'ebr., .
!wcou1-cIa inciter. Ofllco corner of Vine and
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WHO WAV EH THE BLOODY
Some recent utterances of New Orleans
journals ura worthy of attention. On tl.e
17th of this month the Daily JStattv
printed a tlouldc leaded lender. coajjrut
ulatorj of "harmony" between the
Nicholls anc McEnery Democrat. The
closing paragraph opened with these
Tnc Democracy of New Orleans have a
double duty to tliiclnirga: First to aid
the gallant Democracy of the country
parishes to elect the Demo ratic State
ticket and thus plant the Democrat!'
party fct.il 1 more firmly upon an impreg
nable basis in the state.
A day later L Opinion said:
The Radicals in Louisiana have touh
lives; nothing discourages them, and
they have again attracted public atten
tion by treating themselves to a conven
tion of which the consequences may be
feared so far as they relate to thtir safety
in this state.
The time lms come to give Mr. War
moth and his friends to understand that
if they intend to continue to dwell upon
the hospitable soil of our state they are
at liberty to engage in all kinds of agri
cultural and industrial enterprises, but
they must, for ail times, abandon all
pretensions to regain the re-but of gov
ernment. Louisiana can not and wiil
not be controlled by any other race than
the whites, aligned under the banners of
the Democratic party.
W believe that inaction on our part
would be deplorable on the eve of Mr.
Warmouth's projected canvass. We are
in fAvor of an aggressive campaign so
aggressive, that in their efforts to regain
control of the government the radicals
will be mercilessly crushed. It is neces
sary that they be apprised that every
campaign undertaken by them in this
state is always attended with danger.
There is no uncertain sound in this.
The Daily States calls on "the Democ
racy of New Orleans'' to do more than
the work of carrying the city, even to
"aid the gallant Democracy of the parish
es to elect the State ticket." Now, Mi.
Nicholls charged that Mr. McEnery car
ried the state by the use of 24,000 fraud
ulent votes, which the Democracy of New
Orleans" cast to "aid the gallant Domor-
poorM't men to do l!sj trsot. work on tin.
maiu line. However, if what the boys
want is better for them and is to their in
terests, Tub Herald hopes they may suc
ceed, and that too without muih delay.
Any man that will peruse the clippings
from prominent democratic newspapers
of New Orleans found iu theso column?
today, and will then have the hardihood
to say that fair .elections aid held in the
south, that Cleveland was the choice of
a majority of th people, and that the
father of fraud S. J. Tihhn v.ns elected
resident, is a hidebound knave whose
intellect is of that lower order described
by Darwin in his history of thij missing
link. What f-ay you broth;r Siiei nianieus
nr is this southern question ne which
discretion (that you are never credited
with) compel you to hold your tongue.
Come now lets have a defense of o;itli
tra patriotism and election methods.
How Men Die.
II we know all thu methods of approach
at (opted by an enemy we arc the bettor
enabled to ward off the danger and post
pone the moment when surrender becomes
inevitable. In many instances tie; inher
ent strength of the bod y sull'ici s to i i.:ibh
it to oppose the t-ndeney toward death.
Many however have lost the.e forces to
such an extent that then? is little or no
h -lp. In other car?.' s a little aid to llu
weakened lungs will make all the differ
ence between sudden deatli and many
years of ir eful life. Upon the firs! symp
toins of a cough, cold or any trouble of
the throat or lungs givo that old and
well known remedy Uosehee's Oermar.
Syrup, a careful trial. It will prove
what thousands say ot it to be, the "bene
factor of any home."
Dr. David Hostetter is the most heavily
insured man in this country. The ag
gregate of the policies he ld by him it
IS AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
TO ALL WANTINO I- .M!-I.U V M E.N T.
We want live, energetic, a't-uls la every
eotiiny in the United States and t';i!i:n5:i to sel!
a patent article of fire at merit, ?' its jirkiis
An ai tic e li.ivinjj a large 'sale pay h.g e ver UK
percent, proflt, having no competition, and o:
which the agent is protected iu t lie exe'iiive
s.ile by a deed tiiven for eaeli und every coun
ty he may secure from us. Wiiii k'1 these ad
vantages tii our ae..ts. mid the fact that it if
:ui article tlia eau be sold to every hounehoi
w-,e-, it niiiit not he nccecsiiry to make "A l
Extraordinary Oiler" to secure good, stents at
once, but we have eoi. eluded to lnuke if i
show-, not only cur confidence in t lie merits oj
.ur iiivea'ion. bjt in itw salal.i itj by any ate 1
that will handle it with energy, ur 'iigenir
now at work j.re making iroiti $i.mo $;0.
nioiith cles-r. and ih;s fact makes it. i-afe lor n
!o make oiirorVer to all who are cut of -mplo -incur..
Any agent iht will eive cur l u ine's
a thirty d ys' ir;al and f;.i! to clear at lea:
sail in thist;me, above all expenses, can re
Jtirri alt Rood unsold to us a d we v. ill rcf ui.i,
the money pa'd for them. No tiu-li eiuploye;
of incut ever dared to make sucli offers, inn
noiild we if we did not know that we h:iv
iiKeus now uial.iiig more than iiouli!e tlii.
:ii:ioint. Our l-.re descriptive cii i,lars ex
I'.ain tiurolfer fully, ;vt-' t:ie.-e we wish to ee
u ever) one on ot eiiii lo mei.t who v.ili :
us r.ineo one cent s.tarups for po-.(av.e. Scud :
once and t-ecsne vile isgeiif v in li-.-ie for I Ik
ii'iom, ai:J L-o to v.orii oa li'e t.rius named n
.ur extraordinary oiror. Aii'.in's at once,
Na i (o-.'ml Novm. 'i v e.'o..
f:S Hai-eliv,- 5H .Sii:ithli(ld HI , l iti.Liiu:, i'a.
A New York boy has ten grandparents
living, two gi-anilfatiicr., tv.o grr.nii-
Metwoca tho net wlii!- t!r orelis!r.a playe l "7
' That r!t !.! v.vil'.-j w ii'i tim JlitLiis measure,
1 drift in I nway t- iIlmi de;tl '';.v.
When t'.nj !u.-ic i.ir ne wa til - :;-iu OC r.ll
When i.i.'- vi '.V": !;.' Willi t! f nrr i t llf ,
When i'OP'.1 iaa lii i :i ... :.! ' !.
And my heart's (.rival e.I ei'it -i w. 4
As 1 IloHifJ off to l:.e Ic's in'.;
How lift ! 1 enre-t f r Tit v.,: ! 1 o-;i
(low ii'tl.r I (-re i f. r t Y-.! I) il.i v
Tli- Uiti:ht ( ; ! v.e i ' i.
Am! bin-, t i i '. f: !!' "'. I .:. .!
)l ' a.;d t !'. I :! ." i , : 1 i .-Mi-:."!.V.
n i::d ;. . 11:1 I.i i i
Tin ':;;ie is ;. : i. ! i , . j.l i
1 h'i cir so;i- il !a. a.rl ieu p.
To turn - ay I;;.!:
nad !:autv. u c !i.;!i's
Il t'r li-.-new. r, j I
f':r .i ::! ( ).:
to i-s t: it ar il c-.lor r5j
i's V - 1;.! 1 .'.'ui.'iun r V I nflTRq
:. fc2i iia Qil
.' v ( 1 S
I k.e".7 no '.vc.sri
"I v i :; v..-'. :.
Th.n ii :it :- v,
A'i ii .:!;.. .
Lifu v;i.i ;.il :
I'ir-'.kl w.--; : :.e
O'!1 l'.-.-.v Hi ;.
Joy i:iy i. in..;
1 i!:,.;i; m no n.. .; e
I i ! i i.o !.. .
That ii- : ; !!
Vet I.!'.- i; .-. -
Tl.t i:; ;i .-: i
lie' e.'.i t'.-''.
Though ii.--."-; 1
And I h iv
a li!-.-;! mill V:
riiou;:ii ii'nier I '
A f;re.Tl ; -tVf ;. j i-;,.
Wl I if-.', tii-yi::
A Kil'l to I. !.i:l
Then.' i : ii. j.i" :
That Tim-'s yr.i.i.
lis ii!. -I'.o-.-.ed an .. .r,
And life iri DV. s da.I
well eiriMij.i-ij, t'it n
:e :i i.i
we'eover iheuifloiviit i::;fnr;;l p
su-vh us tho r;:in. Fi:o-.v, h-., lu)
fortli, and o'Ji.-rs c.::t:ii!;i;? I:;
tiny in th c.!i:::i sit hoiiie?
whore. Tlieir e--:;;'.'.!!;". ion ,f
13 very r.aiv.. r.i'Le ilus c i t
11 n:'cms, wisntng to ( ; ii:;- : i;;;tt ;
shoe!, causeel ti:e water tiuit liik-d li
to heap itself up r.t tine tide, :u d t!
when lie had j Kissed over, to j'all !.
inio is jilnec a-i-Ii!. v. liieii it i: 1 v
Rucii mouitntum :;s in ro on : ; i'i :!
to ar.l fro ever ui;-v. . I'iiev h::vf n !
of p-viects, and i;n,;.r the.Vdlrit-! io:: i.i
various ofre-ring.s to iao; ii;.;to tho I j:
piiiticulaily when I'i." se:-.n id l.;;id. :
zeuls are scarce. J.
to 1 iJ
lonie'ivi, aiid ;
::;:i d; s-
. l i
- iC I
lacdonuld Cvlev- i;i
ChiuefC Stjors u-il 8;ioc:sukiii;;.
Slioeinakin)?. shoo memliirr and flioo
selling arc distinct branches of 1-u.sin. -3
in' China. C!iiiiet,e sslioe?. exhibit r;iv;;t
variety of shape. Uxcvpt in tr.o" Ii
nailed tilioc; for wet weather, there i-i
little leather used the materia!.-; bcvi.'x
princiiialiy caiieo, Kill:, sctin, velvet r.:id
felt. Chilelron's summer f .hoe tiro niiido
of fines o;m ;i rr-h work, with bright bal
ing. Ladies f,he;es r.ro lsu.do ar:d nu n-!cd
u.) iin-ii ii iii. rroai oi.u ;aot til')
c'asHt.s have tln.-ir f; ; t
racy of the narishes;" and Mr. McEnery mother, two great-grand fat hers, and four
specified the fraudulent of that Ouachita great-grandmothers.
plan, by which Mr. Nieholls had
viously conipasseel his election. And
since' then the Committee of One Hundred
Lave discovered 24,000 fraudulent regis
trations in the citv of New Orleans aloue.
Begs'5 Cherry Cough Gyrup.
Is warranted for all that the label rail,
for, so if it does not relieve your eoii;l:
yon can call at our store and the money
will be refunded to you. It acts simni-
I f, nofltlQl V fill r.ll r f tlin
Ti I 4..1 41. .1- T Trn...lnr ?. 1 . . V - .....v....
n,ipu:iiu oi.u iii"" ..t4 thereby leaving no bad results. ). 1
aiding the committee in its laudable c-(- Smith & Co.. I )ru insists. ii-j-onnUtv.-
forts toward exouriration. Uut not a
Democratic paper in the State has saiel a
wortl in support of the prayer of the com
luittee. Not one bis said an unmistak
able word in favor of a fair election.
Many have spoken covertly in favor of
fraud, auel some, as L 'Opinion, have kiu.ijCSj iiie
openly advocated suppression by force of
so much of the Republican vote as can
be intimidated, and the falsification of
that which is cast in despite of intimida
tion. Governor McEocry pledged his honor
to a fair election, and upon that pledge
the Republican party has put a tie ket in
the field. It taxes very little reading be
tween the lines of even such conservative
newspapers as the Daily States and
Timer-Democrat to discern a belief in
the insufficiency of the pledge; while
Dt. Sehliemann has gone to Alexand
ria with Professor Yirchcw, and will
spend several months in Egypt making
All signs fail" exce pt pimples and
.'so never Ja:
earls or tn-j ra
tightly bound, mid they :
COjt of rear. of liij.Vt-ri
wrar thoes aNail; ti:;-.-o i,
Chinese cobbler goes i i:n
aau announce. Ida prr.-.ei!
liar rallio. Vailade .-laiiiu
.; ,. :. 1.
i to !
ioa v, I
Sometliinij A'jimS Curvant."
Tho word cr.rranJ; i-j r-al.l to l-o a coi
rnption cf Ccriniii. a city freaa vl-ie
or.ee came aii tho (roek currant-?. TI;
eurrai.t;, commonly called zianij, a:
r;:al;v raislas. produced from a grape ia:.
grows no larger tliuu pesis, lil.o ;i,
American v.jJ cv fox gra.pej, aad I-ai..;:
in bunches only throe inches long. lie:,
gmpes are elri:d in tho sun. and C.i
sicred ia l-ulk, wltora tho f;jgar th.r.
ex-.:de i from tVri nickrs tiua i i :
masse 3 co co:nnr.-.-J: liint thvy liavo to !.
dag apart by force when wanted. Tia
are prepared for idaaaiem, by beiag ja'
inio casks raid ai-ked ial :i ffili'l laa
ia.o elurauoa of
an impure condition of the blood, which
may he-thoroughly cleansed and renewed
by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. The
most ellicacious and economieal of blooel
Bleed Puritlsr and
No remedy in th.-: world has gained
the popularity that this medicine has, as
j holtl on family medicine. No one
should be w-thout it. It lias no calomel
i quinine in its composition, consequent
lv no bad efrects can arise from it. We
iVr." o, tin la
at the seooad .".r.v
three wevks; naa!'; .o:-. ;
for four weed:.;; i-cal
fourth dav, for tcvon
fr :m V.:
diphtheria frcai ia
vrceivS. '.Lae iacaea
Dlood t tevvals cce-uniag I..
h;f'. ct:on ard the llv
foliows: Vvl:oo iag c
days: taump--. ei.-;hf:-c-;i
ten days: sinalipox, t'.v. J
fcrcr, three day.v: dh.Ii
da vs. Ilarald of Health
aiun. 1'.. a.- i
!0 e, 1 e
;r i' a ih-i
: i ra: 5
ca v.-a" h .:
-y, far th:-. e
.'iee!-,, ca- i.:-
(X' o ara t.j
Leon n full snonlv nf nil timpu O. TP
, 1 i I i i .
sucn ouispoKen organs as x. opinion Syiira Co. Druggist j23-3raod&w
lxildlr threaten "the safety ot active
Republicans, Inform them that they must
"abandon all pretentions' to political ac
tivity, and in default of their so doin
warn them of 'their danger." Inter
George W. Cable lectured in the Y. 31
C. A. Hall of Uoston the other night and
books for the library served as admission
3sggs Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is the onlv medicine that acts dircctlv
At 10 o'clock this morning the entire nn tj)e Lungs; Blood and Bowels, it re-
Q" system was securely tied up by the I heves a cough inbtnntly ami in time
fra. nr "wrdk- out" of the enrrinetrs and e rivets a permanent cure, bold (y U. 1
v - i - i -4 r , 41 Smitn cc Co., clruginsts. 1".'o,Jmo.et-w.
44II441.U. . 1 V - A. V ... . - - - - - - .
east this morning at 5 o'clock, was left
standing at Pacific Junction where it
remained until noon.
Tn Herald is not fullv informal as to
th'j merits of tli.e claims of engineer and
firemen, but is inclined to think, if they
could get the same pay for all work on
the main lines that it would le nothing ;
but fair that less pay should be had for
services on some of tin) brrnch roads
which are oueratsd at but little profit
and where the work is much le?s
than on the main lies. It seems a' scab
of wages wherein the. sain 2 price
would be paid regardless of
skill anel amount of labor perfonnctl m
running the same distance would cot on- j
ly bo unfair, to the company but to the
skilled engineers as well. Under t' e 't
teinptcd rules the best men would seek
the out-of-the-way branches leaving the
?I:;i!o Ili-p I'oi.-l at ITe-.u.
A lady from Nebra-ka -.vas tae guv. iyi
a Pittsburg family. As tho tlsoruionie ear
only touched zero once elea iag the v. iaii-r
the fair stranger would have been home
sick but for the thoughlfuhiess her
ho-jt. By an ingenious aiTaii.a'emmt a
powerful fan drove snow dust iu her f.ice
every time she opened tho front door. The
sncw was banked ngainst tl.e windows of
her room and her meals l-t d.vrn the
chimney with a string. Ar.oihcr eh'viee
imitated the roar o a bli;:.c:rd. and s
sexahed her to gentli sh.mil er where. :a
.1.., ,1 . 1 . i! 'l.. r..
little attentions deej !y touched the fair
gutst. Pittsburg Bulletin.
I mtit tiKilke room fer mv
('miiiii; ai.el the ivfoie will lfelnce; t kallie r oinls 20 r
e-ant. lt low i-e-ul:ir l ie-e.A U,y -ash olily.
-.W Coodf3 SfTarlsod in Plain 2Tiguroo.
I'l'cncli K i! . . . .
''n nr'i Ki.l
!riv!if 1 Nmolii ,
.$5 00 20 per cent, discount $4 0
0 40 X
.V.!t!e; ('iaiil Neliool Shoes-, tlio lx.'st in tLe market, mnte
ion. Xdv,' U vot;r c-Lanoe to lay in a cLcaj) tuply-.
ii S. H
Olivor & LRcr.iiT.go, Proprietors.
K, MUTTOK, VEAL, POULTRY
:ccp (onstaiitly on hand the finest ami freshest line of meals
in tho city. Aleuts vt all kinds in their fi-aon.
SUGAR CURED MEAT?, HAMS, BACON, LARD,
SAU AGE Aft'D MINCE MEAT.
And everything to smt the demand our trade
Give us a trial,
fouth Side Alain Street, between Fifth and Sixth.
, H t :r ' ij. ft
'iiOMZHAi.j; a.j i;i;taii dicalku in
Mutt, Yeal and Poultrv.
Avito all torivo m.o a. trial
. 1 i
a Jb-tds Han,.-, Oaee.n, L;-.rA. , tc. etc Fresh Oysters hi Can and Bulk
lowest hym- prices. Jo v,,t f:,il to t-ive n;e your patronage.
W kJSkb mJutmm rTr?
AND ALL KINDS OF
'' M ill.'
S.-.' -;? nJUM
City. Call and
PIXT1I SI KELT, BET. MAIX AND VINE.
1- : . a. 3 i
Deformeel by terr.psts, tbe sweet blu
Is drowned in clouds of fleecy spray;
Od, on, in ranks forever new,
Forever rruulJenin in their play. ,-
Above, the driving storm: below,
The earth is fashioned at its will;
Its cbisel carves the yielding snow
To forms be-yond all liunian skill,
Kirt we, warm nested, in the heart
Of this dim elemental war,
Sit calmly tranquil, or but start
When rocks the pane with stormier jar.
We look into each other's eyes.
And see a friendly peace which says.
While on the snowy Cossack flies,
Rave ye without, here quiet stays."
This silent, unexpressed delight
Grows brighter so severely set;
Heart warm against the snowy white,
The rose of joy burns warmer yet.
Our kindling of the soul can make
Those wintry tunvjlrs disappear.
And all their Jrearuicss artako
Its own illumined atmosphere.
Thomas ejold Appletoo.
Floridn's Opium Tnttustry.
Florida promises to hecome a large
preKlucer of opiiun. Tiie poppy frov.-s
ihcrc verj readily, anel larger than any
wlicre else in tho United fctai.es. Sixtovn
plunts wiil prK.luc an ounce of o'liimi,
and an acre should yive a profit e.f 1,
000. As t!;t plants, will thrive amon
tre-os, tlie Lind em which are young and
non-bewaring orange orcharels can bentil-
3 9 H g '4, S
i 1 h i
Cur. ISth txz-A Gvwli: Slrc-e-is.
1 1.' i-i.
t .rl Willie t t vi-r.a nva r.Tir.Itinr ,-.nn..
1 it v.
-New York Sun.
J Coi:suii:ptioi of Toburco.
i 31. Paul Leroy-Doaulieu gives figures
j showing the quantity of tobacco con
I Eumeel in the tlirrert nt coui-trii's of
Europe. The rate per 100 inhabitants is.
according to him. as follows: Spain, IP)
pounds; Italy, 123 pounds; Great Brit
uin, 138 pounds; Russia, 182 pounds;
Denmark, 22-1 pounds; Norway, 22'J
. pounds; Austria, 273 pounds. Chicane
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. ' 1 . 1 -1 . -1 . : . i T
Fbr c!o r-:p;-c:!:-.r2c' ersc? 'Sue's
rn i. t.i:e e.F
toi'acco and -.voni;:: auticles
al wars In ? lock. Nov. 1j.
J. W. Maktbis.
02.S1S.S4S .1723 HETAIt
PORK PACKEES ani dealers in BUTTER AND EGGS
BSEF, P0KK, MUTTON " AND. VEAL.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS OX HAND.
S -k:1 Cured Meats, Hsms, Bacon, Lard, &c, .c
cl our own make. The l.rst brands of OYSTERS, in cans and bulk, at
WHOLESALE ANJD RETAIL.
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