The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, April 20, 1888, Image 2
TJi.fr DAILY IlEUALD, 1 L AXIS Aluu Til, NEBRASKA, FKIDAY, APRIL 20, 1888. The Plattsnwith Daily Herald, KNOTTS 13 O S., Publishers & Proprietors. THE I'LATTSMOUTH IlEUALD I published every evening cicept Sunday a4 Weekly every Tliurftil.ty morning. KeKlt tretl at tde poHtollice, l'l.il'moutli. Vebr.. s 4coad-cla in.au r. Oillce comer ol Vine ud Flflu olfttt. TIRMS FOR DAILY. One cojy on e:ir in advance, by mail $8 oo Oaocu,y per uionlli. by i ar ier J One copy pr week, by earl ier 15 Timi ran wkkkly. One 0"py one yer, in advance $1 M Ouecopyitk i:iunti. in advauce 75 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The Republican clectois of the State of Nebraska ore requested to send delegates from tbu several counties, to meet in con vention, at the city of Omaha, Tuesday, May J 5, ISSN, at 8 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of electing lour delegates to the Rational Republican Convention, 'which meets in Chicago June ID, 1 8S8. TUB AProIlTIO.NMEXT. The several counties are entitled to re presentation as follows, being based upon the vote cast for Hon. Samuel Maxwell, supreme Judge, in 1837, giving one del-cgnto-at-largc to inch county, and one for each 150 votes and major fraction thcreoff : COUNTIKd. VOTIH. OUNTlrS. VUIKH, Adams U Jefferson, .Iiii tison Kearney Keyal'atia Ken II S mix Lancaster i.in''o!n Ismail IjIIU M;ttlion Mc lirrson Merrick Naucx....' Nemaha NuckuHa OMw Pawnee Perkins Pierce I.l!c I'latte I'lielps ieliiirdsou.... Red iliow .Saline ary Saunders Seward Sheridan Sherman... Sioux Stanton Thayer Thomas Valley Auieloye Arthur i Dlatnu 2 1 loo no llox e.utte t ltU ! I'.llfl 0 II Xutier i Burt ! t;a! i; (il;ir OlH S' I'lieny 6 'lijciine II "l:iy II Ctlf:lX 7, Cui;iiii 1 t'utr Dakota )jires .... .... 7. l:iwoil H iX(II - ;' J.di:e 12' Ddill.ts 37 llilixly 4 Fl Union H Kriilin 7 Frontier 10 Kurna. ?' Wa.it! Garfield 3 ioser. .......... ... & tir.mt 1 reeley .... ...... 4 Hall H Hamilton 1" Hariaa ' liuye 4' Idiotic ck 6 Holt H: Howard 7 Vushingtou Wayne Webster Wheeler York 1'nurg. territory. It is recommended that no proxies b admitted to the convention, except such as aro held by persons residing iv. the counties from tiic proxies are given. Gkokoe D. Meiki.ejoux. Walt. M. Skelkt. Chairman. Secretary. . GROVE 11 CLEVELAND. Vel mine frcn ven I comd over orom Dich Lnnt I vos bin redin der Btrbitegnl Habere ob der demerkrat barto und 1 redes Grover Glevlin letter cxeptin der nomemation dat he vod not be er can dcrdate yur der seckond derm u.id dat Sivil Servis vos der brinzibal blank in der barty dat bnblik orfu vos er bublik drust, und dat he vood not durn kom perteut orfersers out ter put demerkrat in vew Chamse Ruscl Loel zet he vos a crate mau chust so goot as Vashingtcn und Linken and most fo goot as Kizer Vitteour den tinks he yos er grate man und changed his mind und dakc a nuder dern es der barty elect any von els und konkluded he vod bo er kandcr date vor a nuder derm end zo lis ztt to vork to vork to vix up tings vor der nomemation und der virst ting he gos und git nvirrid dinking dat vod him but d?r ish no isue vrcm dat kornberuation zo far as ish none. den ter keep der Soutli solid vor hin: he vood giv dtui back der vlags dat der union eolgers took vrom tbera in de: vor but gov Foraker und der colger boy. scd no Crover you chust put them back der vor orfio und he put them back quick und zo ven he fails in irh little game he konkluded ter take er suing erouud er zirkle und make it all right fight with der colger boys at er re-union in St Louis but tr colger boys vood not have it zo den konkluded, lie vod g later and take in zom of der douto.i! states und yon korner ov Nebraska ter z.-Grovaliper Chermin the crate vre diader tfer z?nze he voted vor Linken end zo he tuk his from vranke und swinged eround der zcrklc und der dera crkrats coined ter der defo Ur see him but Cheruian look more at vranke an he . did at er bresidtnt. Vel ven he gets round der zcrklc an back ter yashington he konkludes at swingin rouud er zerkle dident do him much good und dot zom ting more vod hev ter be don. - he had Repuderated zivil zervis du.-nd all der republikcns out of orfice und made er mergvoraps mad. Vail a with er rebel vHgs vaild with er zolger pays vaila with er mergvamps vor repuderatin ziril zervis. But zer vos one Shuume nione he vood not vite en mesenge ter kongres he vood vft on stump rpech on vre drada und ken koagres bass en vre dradc Lil j von rcverna only und that vood bold en wery many es they ver vre dradcrs und dident lik Blane end zo he gets der ppek cr of der Ouse und daw uni den Ciclo pedaya und moing den day x'.xti up cn stamp spech von er mescHgc und ven er konkres mcts den seper he boints en mils on deyes chert-men ov der kommitte ov means und yays und er lot of oder fellers vrom der South und den vix up en vre drad daref bill vich tiers no blese no vone but Clover und zom ov der South but Crover vonts en ba?ael und der dem enkratic IConkris men cr betwen terdivel und ter deif zee ef der dont vote yon it den vil git no more orficcs von der ovendi und if der do den beoples in der dcidrics vil vot'j dem ter eta ter home. Russia is the last courttry In the world concerning which we should expect to hear that i' has a good system for the administration of law and justice. How ever, according to Albert F. Heard's arti cle in Harper's Mayazina for May, the judicial system of the Czar's dominions is excellent, and, if honesty followed out, would work to the happiness of the Czar' i subjects. But there's the rub. Being an nut crat of the most absolute kind, and judging himself and bis gov ernment to be in danger, Alexander III. has so modified the judicial system of his country by imperial decrees that it might just about as well not exist at all. Against the ukases the Nihilists have op posed assassination; and so it goes, from bad to worse. The end no one can tell, but there is much to hope for in a coun try whero the masses of the people would rather bo beaten with stripes than pay a small fine! It is especially interesting to read this article iu connection with Dr. Lansdell's "Russian Convicts iu the Salt Mines of Iletsk" in the sami number. "The Charleston "World" expresses the hope that in the platform of the coming Democratic National Convention "there will be no hidden slaps at cither the free trade or protction wing of the demo crats." We nominate the editor of "The Charleston World" for chair of the Plat form Committee of the convention in question. It is clear from what he says that he has a genius for standing on both sides of the tariff question New York Tribune. Begz's Blood Purifier and Blood Maker. No remedy in the world has gained the popularity that this medicine has, as t hold on family medicine. No one should be without it. It has no calomel i quinine in its composition, consequent ly no bad efTects can arise from it. Are keep a full supply at all times. O. P. Smith Co. Druggist. j25-3modS:w Southeast quaiter section 14, township 10, rango 12; price $1,800. Northwest quarter section 3, township 12, range 10; price $2,000. "Windham & Da vies. An Explanation. What is this "nervous trouble" with .vhu h so many seem now to be afilicted? If you m ill remember a few years ago the word Malaria was comparatively un known, today it is as common as any word in the English language, yet this word covers only the meaning of another word used by our forefathers in times past. So it is used witli nervous diseases, as they and Malaria arc intruded to cover what our grandfathers called Biliousness, and all are caused by troubles that arise from a diseased condition of the Liver which in performing its functions finding it cannot dispose of the bile through the ordinary channel is compelled to pass it off through tho system causing nervous troubles, Malaria, Bilious Fever, etc. You who are suffering can well appreci ate a cure. We recommend Green's Au gust Flower. Its cures are marvelous. An observant metropolitan barber says that he can tell one's physical condition by the state of the hair! Bess's Cherry Cough Syrup. Is the only medicine that acts directly on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels, it re lieves a cough instantly and in time effects a permanent cure. Sld by O. P. Smith & Co., druggists. j25,omo,d-w. Di. Schlicmann has gone to Alexand ria with Professor Virchew, and will spend several months ia Egypt making explorations. S500 Reward. We will pay the above reward fcr any ca?.- of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick headache, indigestion, consiipation or costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Li ycr Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Large hoxt-s containing 30 sugar coated pills, 25c. For sale by all druggists. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. The genu ine manufactured only bv John O. Well & Co.. SC.2 W. Madison St. Chicago, Its Sold by W. .J Warrick. An Albany reporter writes of "a quiet but effective wedding." Even a cur may bark at his own gate. Japinese Proverb. B egg's Cherry Cough Syrup. Is warranted for all that the label calls j for, so if it docs not relieve your cough you can call at our store and the money will be refunded to you. It acts simul taneously on all parts of tho system, thereby leaving no bad results. O. P. Smith & Co., Druggists. j25-3md&w - Fire Insurance wrlfen fn the : Etna, Phoenix and Hartford by ' Windham & Davie. THE COST OF EQUESTRIANISM. VVli at a Correspondent Saw and learned at Hiding- Academy. "What is tho general object in th minds of those who eomo berer I asked tho man ager. "Oh, dear me! everything save tho right ono, tho development of tho art of riding. Bomo come for their health, Homo for their looks; sonic to get fat, some to get lean; somo to acquire that grace of carriage so sought after on pavement or can; somo to show oft in tho park later on. Most of them conic for tha express purpose of engaging in something that shall distinguish them from tho common herd by the outlay of money necessary." "Why. it is not such an expensive amuse ment as that? I see your terms" "Ha, terms! Had one but to pay tuition fees and jump on a horse, 6hop girls and newsboys might ride; but, mark j'ou, (XX for a horse, $130 for a ridinp: habit, $125 for a saddle, i 20 for top boots and fo for a whip. Then ono who has one suit must have two, ono to practice" in, ono to show off in. Bo sides, there are road lessons, 54; music rido, f2; leaping lesson, f3; board for horse, fSO Ier month; extra practice hours, repairs to Buddie Oh, yes, one can do without somo of those things, but she must discount that much from her pleasure and expect to meet danger of accident, mortilieation or discom fort at every turn. At the least estimate, using school horses, etc., it requires a good $500 to take a l ido in the park in anythirg like decent shape. A lady's complete suit, pants and all, costs in tho neighborhood of 150; boots, $20 or 25." "Pantsf "Oh, certainly. No riding suit is complete without pants. See that teacher assisting that young lady in tho green habit to mount. fc!ee him delicately raise tho bottom of the skirt, just about as a shoe store clerk does in trying on a pair of shoes. See him tug, once, twice. Well, that is pulling down her pants, which feat sho could not very easily perform for herself. This garment is made of cloth the same as the suit, and when seen without the skirt looks precisely like a man's dress trousers. A dressmaker at homo usu ally makes these garments. For the rest special tailors keep the measurements, and all a lady has to do is to send in her order to secure a perfect fit on short notice. "One of the greatest nuisances with which we have to contend is tho corset. I say em phatically and absolutely, no woman can learn to ride properly with a corset on. She cannot obey instructions. Besides tho dis comfort of it, she is in constant danger through lack of control over her horse. She mast bo absolutely free fron constriction on every portion of her body, and bo able to breathe, bend and throw her arm over the head with facility, if sho would learn to ride with grace and safety. "Same way with gloves. See the difference in tho management of those two line3 over there, one with a tight fitting buckskin, the other a large, 60f t" chamois. And the differ ence is more manifest still to the wearer. Many wear thick webbed jersey combination suits under tho habit; somo flannels; some both. Many here are riding without corsets." 'ew York Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. The Country I.out of Cuba. The guajiro, properly speaking, is the Cu ban country lout; the same fellow you havo seen lounging about remote country cros3 roads stores in our own land; the fellow who is humped and callow, scraggy of hair, with spreading legs, swinging jaws, silent tongue and sodden eyes the being here not so brigh; as tho negro of the topics, nor so sunny, nor even so little aspiring. Ho is a sort of spirit less animal, never exactly harmful, never wholly helpful, always contented with a rag ged sombrero of any sort of stuff, a itir of leather breeches, a filthy shirt worn outside these, any vile cigarette, like our own noble American youth, a cockade, and a machete, or any other villainous knife, though a tap from a riding whip would drive him into a paralysis of fear. lie is not vicious, though he looks it des perately. Ho does some labor. He does that not wholly under protest. But he is, all in all, only auother one in summing up popula tion. If he be niari-ied he lives in a palm thatched hut anywhere. His wife, whose grade of intelligence is even beneath his own, is prolific of children and expedients. That is, she will give her husband from a dozen to a score of healthy young gua jiros, asid knows how to boil roots anil mend tho thatches of their cabin. These duties are about all their condition imposes. Over there against the mountain, where I have been for a few days, are a number cf these guajiros' homes. I counted ninety-three children in seven fami lies. Of these over one-half were naked. Eclar L. Wakeman's Cuba Letter. Tlie First I'licmograpli. A Boston man says that when Edison first thought of making a phonograph he perfected most of the details l.-eforo even drawing a plan. "When he had the idea well developed he told an old German, who mado models for him, to make a machine after a certain pat tern. The inventor didn't hint what ha wanted it for, but occasionally sent an order for a change or alteration to be made, with out even looking at the model. Finally the German took the machine to Mr. Edion, who fitted a bit of tinfoil into it, turned the crank, and spoke into the funnel the words of that famous poem beginning "Mary had a little lamb." The German looked on as though he thought that the inventor had gone crazy. Then Mr. Edison reversed tho crank, and in that queer, piping voice now so familiar, the machine, repeated the lines. "Mein Gott!" said tho German, throwing up his haDds, "Mein Gott! it talks 1" New York Sun. T!oot and Shoe Illiquette. The boot and shoe etiquette sorely per plexes native officials on ceremonial occa sions. In the mofassil it is customary for all native coverument officials to take off their native shoes before entering the presence of their superior, but if they wear English boots no such change is required. When the gov ernor of Bombay held a levee at Ahmedabad, a number of Hindoo officials clubbed together to buy a pair of English boots, so as to avoid the indignity of appearing before his excel lency with bare feet. Each took it in turn so wear the boots as he was presented to the governor, and no small amusement was created outside the levee room by the officials rushing backward and forward to exchange the solitary pair of boots with the next comer. London Globe. A Modest Man. - Whoa the Vanderbilt lines wanted the late T. J. Potter as general manager of the "Beo," says The Chicago Times, John Newell, presi dent of the Lako Shore rood, conducted tho negotiations, and it is said the following interview- took place: Mr. Newell Mr. Potter, tho Vandcrbilts want you as a general manager. What will you go for? Mr. Potter (unhesitatingly) Forty thou sand a year and full power to do as I please. Mr. Jewell WhatI Forty thousand a year! Why, that is more than I get as presJ- ' aunt of the Lake bliore! Mr. Potter (again unhesitatingly) Well, j tliat may be, but, then, you know, I am a better man. Kronrtnga. . Ileal Estate Bargains EXAMINE OUR LIST. consisting ok- CHOICE LOTS x -rxr D ark 21 lots in Thompson's 'addition. 40 lots iu Townscnd's addition. Lot 10 block 138, lot 5 block 1G4. Lot 1 block 6, lot G block 95. Lot 11, block 111, lot 8, block 61. LOTS IN YOUNG AND HAYS' ADDITION. Lots in Palmer's addition. Lots in Duke's addition. Improved property ef all descriptions and in 11 parts of the city on easy terms. A new and desirable residence in South Park, can be bojght on monthly payments. Before purchasing elsewhere, call and see if we cannot suit you better. 5 acres of improved ground north of the city limits. 5 acres of ground adjoining S uth Park. 2 acres of ground adjoining South Park. 1 acres of ground adjoining Soutli Park. 20 acres near South Park: Se i sec. 14, T. 10, R. 12, Cass county, price $1, 800, if sold soon. nw i sec. 8. T. 12, R. 10, Cass Co., price $2,000. A valuable improyed stock fram in Merrick Co.. Neb., 100 acres and on reosonuble terms. Windham & Davies. Consult your best interests by insuring in the Phoenix, Hartford or .JStna com panies, about which there is no question as to their high standing and fair dealing. TORNADO POLICIES. The present year bids fair to be a dis astrous one from tornadoes and wind storms. This is fore-shadowed by the number of ttornis we haye already had the most destructive one so far this year having occurred at Mt. Vernon, 111., where a large number of buildings were destroyed or damaged. The exemption from tornadoes last year renders their oc currence more probable in 1888. Call at our office and secure a Tor nado Policy. Unimproved lands for sale or ex change. WIIMAI.& DAVIES PLATTS MOUTH, NEB. South NORM Eureka Meat r. J. THOMAS, WHOI.EbAI.K AND KI.TAII. DEAI1 It IN Beef, Porli, Mnttm, Vtiil and Poultry. X invito all to givo mo a trial. win a iswBMwa.ewewww Sugar Cured Meats. Hump, Rim n, Lin J. etc.. He. Fio-h Oyt-tcrs in Can tied Pulk at lowest living prits. lo i,.l Inil to tivc mc yrur patrennge. 3 AND ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS. KirHEN, B-D ' 00 PARLOR FUHNITim Lowest Prices in tlio City. Call' and bo Convinced, SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND VINE. FU RNITURE -FOR ALL WINm :-: FURNITURE -YOU SHOULD CALL ON Where a magnificent Jrices UNDER AKING AND EMBALMING A SPECIALTY HJIsTR Y CORNER MAIN AND SIXTH h. D. BEjNjMETT. I ZHZJVIE GOT Early Ohio arid Early Rose Seed Potatoes. All kinda of Garden Seed3. California Evaporated Pears, Peaches, Gold Drop Plums, Raspberries, Blackberries, Cher ries, Apples, and French Dried Prunes. A Large Assortment of Canned Fruits and Vegetsbles. Jj. D. BIllflT T. Jonathan Hatt. WHOLESALE TYilEJ PORK PACKERS and dkat.kiis in BUTTER AND EGGS BEEF, PORK, MIJTTOJS AND VEAL. THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND. Sugar Cured Meals, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &c, do of our own make. The best brands of OYSTERS, in cans and bulk WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HEALTH fS WEALTH J Dr. E. C. V.'est' Nerve and Hrain Tr? atni'-nt a guarantee specific lor Ilvsttria l-'izztness. Convulsions. Fits. Nervous Neuralgia. H ad aehe. Nerveoun Prostration cnus-ed bv tl;eue of a'cohol ortot'aeco. Wakef ulness. Cental l)e-pref-ion. Holteiiicg ofttie Brain reeulling in in sanity am) leadir.z t - misery, decay and 'if ath, Premature old Age, P.arrer.i:e.s. Lose ( f Pi w er In either srx. litvohir.tarv Lafn ki:o Srer mat rrlioea caused ty over-exertion of ihe braiu. gelubuse or over-indulgence K'ac-li box contains one iroiilh's treatment. SI CO a b:x orsix boxes fcr it consent by maii prepaid or receipt ef pi ice WE GU AIT AKTEE SIX BC2ES To cure any cae With earn order r-eeived by us for six boxfs. acc-oinpan ed vim $5 00, we will send the purchaser tmr written guaran tee to return the irouey if the tatn:ei.t does not effect a rure. Cuaraotees issued onlv by W ill J. Warrick sole ag-ut, I'lattsniouth. 'c b. It may be tbat there is a land that is fairer than this, but it would take an art ist to find it. lialiiis Market. KINDS OF- F0RNI1DRE FOR HALLWAYS, OFFICES. I'LATTSMOUTII, NEB. EMP0RIU CLASSES OF- stock of Goods and Fair abound. BOECK, PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA. J . U7. Makthh. RETAIt, IK ST. i "jror.i,,,leor cx.c,,anee- A number of wiic i-.itcH ui residence property. AddIt to Windham and Davie?. d-w3w rx. ; :: : : luestanaarci remedy for lifer cera plaint is AVest's Liver Pill; they nevtr disappoint you. 30 pills 25c. At War rick's drug store. One, two, five and Un-acre tracts for sale on reasonable ttims. Apply t Windham and Davits. d-w-lm JULIUS PEPPERBERG. MANTJFACTCBER fjT iSD WHOLESALE & RETAIL 1KALEK IN THE Choicest Brands cf Cigars, including our Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Bus FULL LIKE OF TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' A RTICLE3 I t mm always in stock. Nor. 28. 16S3.