The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, June 25, 1888, Image 2
y Till' DAILY I1EIIALD: I'LAlTUU.-, I.OIIDAV, JUn'J -.'.w. Tha Plattsigouth Daily Herald. KNOTTS BEOS., Publishers & Proprietors. THE FLATTSMOUTII HERALD Is published everv evening except .Sunday and Weekly every Thurxday morning. Kegls tered at the Mt4nice, riailriuouth. Nebr..j. coud-cla.sa matter. Oillce comer of Vine and FUtn meets. TIKMS FOB DAILY. One copy one ear In advance, by mail... -So oo One coiiy per moiitli, by ranter M One copy per week, by carrier, 15 TKKMS COD WEKKLV. One eopy one year, in advance $1 M One copy atx iuuuidm. In advance 75 Republican State Convention. The republican electors of the state of Nebraska are requested to send delegates from their several counties to meet in convention at the city of Lincoln Thurs day, August 23, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of placing in nomiuntiun candidates for the following state offices. Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. State Treasurer. Auditor of Public Accounts. Attorney General. Commissioner of Public Linda and Iiuildinv.s. And the transaction of such other busi ness as may come before the convention THE APPORTIONMENT. The several counties are entitled to re presentation as follows, being based upon the vote cast for lion. Mamuel iuaxweii, iudire. in 18S7. "iving one delegate at large to each county, and for each loO votes, and major fraction tlicreoi: COUXTIH. VOI MV'HJNTIK.H. VOTK8 Adam 1-1 Aiittbipe . Arthur i Maine - .lltllllNOII K Kearnev Keylia l'aha. Keith IVIH'X lilie.tHter.... 8 .. . G 4 Ifcmil H li.ix mute J Itrnwn !' .2.-, Lincoln M JtiifTalo ! ava Iilii Maiicou Mcl'hernon .. Merrick.... Nance Nemaha... . iMitl.r Hurt Co. ! 5-lar . ;"i 'Iihc...... ' t'h rry Clieyeiioe 1' Clav 11 Co. fax ' inning Ousfur 1 " Nui-kolli C O.oe 12 Pawnee I'erkli; Pierce Polk M . 5 . 4 " si t lawson Hj lixun ! ..i.... Platte Phelps .10 . 7 .12 . 7 Kichardson. Ked Willow.. NUhe Dodire 1-' lu-:his 27 Dundy Fillmore 1" Franklin Frontier 10 11 Sarpy S taiinaers it Seward to Slierpiaa. Furna !..., I'll Iiermaii Sioux - tant.ui Thayer Thomas . . t - .... - Carlield ioper ft (irant 1 I5reley Hall Hi Hamilton 1" llarUu Ml Il.iyeH.... 4i Hitchcock ' Molt 14 Howard 71 Jefferson i Valley Washington it Wayne 6 Weboter 9 Wheeler : York Unorganized Ter. Tolal 671 It is recommended that no proxies be ndn.itted to the convention except such as arolield by persons residing in the coun ties from which the proxies arc given. To Chairmen County Central Commit tees: Wuereas, At the republican state con vention held at Lincoln October 3, 18S7, the following resolution was adopted: Jleolred, That the state central com mittee be instructed to embrace in itsc:dl for the next 6tate convention the submis sion of the prohibition question to there publican voters at the republican pri manes. Therefore, in accordance with the above resolution, the several county cen tral committees are hereby instructed to include in their caII for their next county convention the submisaion of the prohi bition question to the isepcblioan' voters at the republican primaries. Geo. D. Meiklejohx, Chairman. , Walt. M. Seeley, Secretary. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE WAIi. It 13 quite true, as declared by Col. Kradley, of Kentucky, that the republican party has'no wish "to lift the veil that ob3Curcs the sorrows au 1 conceals the woes" caused by the rebellion. But it is equally true, as he further asserts, that "we de3ire to teach the nsing generation that it was the damnable heresies of the democratic party which led to us all this great desolati'n." Forgiveness U one thing; forgetfulness is another. We may say and do say that those who fought to destroy the Union shall enjoy all the rights and privileges of citizens; but it does not follow that we are bound to ignore the fact that they were in the wong, and that the sentiments for which they contended were false and pernicious. The fact that they fought bravely does not imply that they fought for what was true and good, and that we should ac cordingly place their cause on the same footing with the one which they opposed. "We cannot afford to concede that the re hellion was justifiable in any sense or to any extent It is our duty to insist that the war was something more than a mere contest between states over accidental and technical issues. The struggle cost . too much to be treated in that indifferent way; the sacrifices were too great to be trivialized in such a careless manner. The republican party is pledged to maintain the position that the south took up arms against the government without just cause or provocation, and fought desperately for four years to perpetutc one of the most hideous infamies in all history. There were two sides to the con flict, and one was wholly right, while the other was wholly wrong. The best that history can ever say of the attempt to de stroy the Union is that it was prosecuted with signal courage and fortitude. In all other respects it was an undertaking th.t invited only reproach and execration, j There is no question of relative right and wrong in the case. Thc democratic, party is doing its utmost to change the record and make it appear that secession was justifiable at least to the extent that nobody bhould be blamed for it, and that fidelity to the Union was at best only a matter of sectional choice and prejudice It is thus that the two parties arc dis tinctly and irreconcilably divided. To be a rccpublican a man must hold that the men who died for the Union perished in a thoroughly riteou performance of duty; to be a democrat he must contend that the men who died on the other side were equally patriotic and deserving of praise of honor. That is the simple truth, and it is useless to discuss the sub ject from any other point of view. The democratic party encouraged and pro moted the conspiracy of Jeff Davis and his associates, and sympathized with them from Sumpter to Appomattox; and it is practically the same party today that it was when it thus commended it self to the scorn and reproach of all loyal people. Globe Democrat. Harmonious interiors, the art of deco rating a home at small expense, so as to transform the crude baseness of angulari ty and formality into tasteful adornment, is the subject of an exceedingly able essay in the June number of Woman, written by Ella Rodman Church. Practical ed ucation of th's kind, available to persons of all circumstance1, is the basis of the mission, which Woman is so admirably fulfilling in behalf of the wives, and mothers, and sisters of America. The teachings of this one article in the June issue arc worth to every reader the cost of five years subscription to the magazine. $2.7." a year. Woman Publishing Co., New York. ; raigut ur dairying Capacity. An increase in freight car carrying capa city from ten to twenty tons nominal load has been accomplished within the lastdecada Freight cars, as now built, are intended to carry twice their weight in load, while for a number of years before the Increase was made the weight of the possible load was generally assumed as that of the box car in which it was carried. The narrow gango movement, though not sucessf ul in changing the standard width of American railroads, served, we think, a useful purpose in calling attention to the relations between dead and paying weight, with the result, as stated, of increasing the relative load carried. Rail way Review. A Large Pair of Shoes. A shoemaker, of Atlanta, Ga., has just finished the largest pair of shoes ever made for actual uso. It took a piece of leather containing 1,040 square inches to make tbe uppers, and 1,900 to ruaka tbe soles. That is 3.000 square inches altogether. If that leather were cut into strips an eighth of an inch wide and made into one long string, the string would bo 24,000 inches long. Tbe shoes weigh eight and one-quarter pounds. The soles are fourteen inches long, 5$ wide and S inches deep. That doesn't couut the heel, which would add another inch to tbe depth. Chicago Herald. Forcing the Issue. A Brash street boy with a piece of black cloth on bis hat was playing in front of the house the other day when a man stopped and inquired: "Are you in mourning, bub? "Yes, sir." "Father or mother!' "Neither one." "Oh. it's a brother or sisterP -No. sir. I've put it on to see if grandpa won't die and give us a rest. Detroit Free Press. A Heathen Convert's Shrewdness. Converts from heathenism can sometimes quote Scripture for their own benefit. In Madagascar lately a teacher applied for an increase of salary. "Cut, my frjend," said tSlj missionary, "I shall have to consider the casa of the other teachers shall I notf "Oh, it does not matter that; you need not tell; our Savior has taught us to give our alms in ecretf Whether this "doubly private" in terpretation availed the applicant, we axe not informed. Christian Inquirer. $500 Reward We will pay the above reward for any case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick headache, indigestion, constipation or costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liyer Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They aro purely yegetable, ' and never fail to give satisfaction., Large boxes jontaining 30 sugar coated pul3, 2oc, For sale by nil druggists. Ileware of counterfeits and imitations. I he genu ine manufactured only by John O. Well & Co., 8C2 W. JIadison St. Chicago, Its Sold by W. J. A arrick. We now publish music each week in the Weekly Hekald. Everybody should be a uiuu.ian, The pieces furn ished in the paper will be found as pop ular as any costing 50 cents. Everybody should take the paper. We are endeav oring to make it a great success, and feel quite confident we can suit all. A Warning. The modes of death's approach are va rious, and statistics show conclusively that more persons die from disease of the hroat and lungs than any other. It is probable that everyone, without excep tion, receives vast numbers of. Tubercle Germs into the system and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at first slowly and is shown by a slight tickling sensation in the throat and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend to the lungs produc ing Consumption and to the head, caus ing Catarrh. Now all this is dangerous and if allowed to continue will in time cause death. At the onset you must net with promptness; allowing a cold to go without attention is dangerous and may loose you your life. As soon as you feci that something is wrong with your throat, lungs or nostrils, obtain a bottle of Bos shee's German Syrup. It will giye jou immediate relief. " - AN AFRICAN STORM. A THRILLING EXPERIENCE IN THE MOUNTAINS OF CAPE COLONY. Climbing Up the Mountain Side on a Nar row Gang- Railroad Track A Flock of Vultures An Extraordinary Sight A Narrow Escape. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon we began the ascent of the Ilex river mountains, and al though our freight train consisted all told of only six loads, two empties and the guards' van, it was necessary to take up another lo comotive. The grade is ten inches t) the rail, and continuous from the base to the tunnel on the summit of tbe mountain, and requires four hours to climb. Puff I puff I puff I labored the tiny machines, mere toys as compared to your mountain Moguls, and slowly, very slowly, we crawled up the mountain side over the ever curving, winding track. The day had been terrifically hot. The broiling, seething sun's rays beat down with an unrelenting force that caused even our Kaffirs to seek shelter under the wagons, the Boers to lay down their pipes and our oxen to pant for air. The colonels bad each soiled half a dozen handkerchiefs in wiping the perspiration from their beated brows, and token to towels in their efforts to keep their faces dry. We were probably half way up the moun tain side when we noticed that tbe sun no longer shone on the distant peaks, though we knew that it must be at least an hour high. Tbe specks in the sky had doubled in num ber and were moving In a circle. Tbe at mosphere should have been much cooler at the altitude we had now gained, but instead it had grown hotter and more stifling. Our men through fear and beat were well nigb exhausted; even the bold Americans were restless and began to earnestly watch for something to come down from the sky, over the mountains, up the valley or out of the earth, they did not know when or from where, but they were experiencing that ab sorbing, terrorizing feeling that something is going to happen. WHITE MIST CREEPING. Nearly an hour of these uncomfortable sensations had passed when 1 noticed a white mist creeping around the rugged side of tbe king peak of tbe range to our left. Steadily on it crept, d )wn gulches, over chasms and around huge bowlders, until tbe whole mountain was enveloped in a thick mist, save the extreme summit, that looked like drift ing snow. On, on came tbe rolling, soft, treacherous, pure white, beautiful mist One peak disappeared, then annother, and still another was annihilated wiped out of exist euce, so far as we were concerned. A breeze sprang up, bringing cooler air and relieving our sufferings a little, and in a moment the thick, slimy, sultry cloud was upon us. We now knew the storm was at hand and that the flock of asvogela knew it was coming. One of them had seen tbe train and tbe oxen on it, and no doubt thought, as asvogels think, (bat some of tbe animals would be killed by the terrific mountain storm, and so, signaling to its companions, they hovered over us, waiting for the storm to pass. It had now grown quite dark. To reach the tunnel at the top of the grade before the storm could catch us was the great desire of all aboard tbe train. We had only four miles to travel to reach it Once there we could run near the further end, come to a stop and wait till the storm was over, and enjoy tbe protection of 100 or 200 feet of earth and stone above us. The engineers and fireinjen of pur little locomotive realized tbe importance of gaining this place of safety and exerted their utmost efforts to accomplish that end. Chool chool chooi puffed the engines, and slowly, very slowly we crawled up. The breeze stiffened into a wind; the wind to a gala; the gale into a hurricane. The mist had rolled down the mountain side, up, over and beyond the eastern side of the range. Now came tbe "nigger heads," with their eyes, mouths and cars shooting out fiery dashes of vivid light uing, struggling with each other for the lead "in guiding the storm clouds that followed behind, battling one another with their zig zag, forked tongues, whila canyqns . and mountain sides echoed and re-echoed the boom and roar of heaven's artillery. Ilere, there, everywhere came flash after flash in quick succession, each flash an awful bolt with a report that began like the crack of a thousand rifles and ended like the voices of a thousand cannon. AN EXTRAORDINARY BIGHT. Full well we knew that no shower, but a deluge of rain, would follow these black, ragged clouds that shot out in advance of tbe rain clouds, so aptly named "nigger heads, on account of tiwir resemblance to a negro's woolly head. They are highly charged with electricity, and present to the unsheltered traveler a thrilling realization of his perilous position. Never before had I seen more than one "nigger bead" at a time; here were three, and each extraordinarily charged with elec tricity. Three times 1 saw a flash, a blazing ball, which, in Jess time than I can tell it, burst, throwing out tails of fire in every direction, somewhat resembling a great sky rocket. The report that followed was truly terrible to bear and awful to feel, for it shook the old mountains to their very center. On, on came the storm, roaring, shrieking, howling, tearing its way through the moun tains, uprootifig trees and dislodging tons of beavy rocks that were hurled down the gulches, crushing everything before them and pounding the ground tintil the whole earth seerned quivering and trembling through foar. It is quite impossible to reach the tunnel, for the torrent is rushing down upon us, and is, in fact, pouring down with unrelenting fury. What if a tree or bowlder should be thrown across the track. Slower, still slower we climb up tbe grade are we moving? We can feel no rnotion nor bear tbe locomotive struggling on. (iood heavens! .we are moving backward. Tbe rain has vtt the track, a curve has brought us facing tbe wind, and we are at tbe mercy of fate. The wheels slide on the track like the runners of a sleigh on tbe snow. Tbe engineers have lost con trol of their engines, and faster and faster backward we ga Can you picture a position rnarp perilous than- oursl Would we reach the bottom safe; Wld we plunge over a precipice down into a canyon where tbe trestlework has been washed away! Would any of us be left to tell the tale of the acci dent! A thousand such thoughts rushed through my mind as we slid faster and faster do;rn, down the track we had labored so hard to climb. The abor pf hours was de stroyed in a few minutes. V?e reached the bottom of the grade without other damage than the shaking of tbe locomotives so badly as to unfit them for further use until re paired. We remained at the bottom of the grade all tbo next day, until two other loco motives arrived with which to continue our journey. Capo Colony Cor. San Francisco Chronicle, In flard Lack. What's the matter, Dumley f You look d. eoDteuted and utihappyP "1 am; 1 just found a three cent piece ani when 1 saw it on tbe sidewalk I'm blamed if 1 didat tbiok it was a dime." The Epoch. A CHORUS OF 8TEERS. Vcxas Cattla Trained to Bellow "Hall Columbia" A Unique Concert. It was now about 5 o'clock and the sun was rapidly approaching tbe horizon. Tbe bovine orchestra was to perform as usual at 0, or about sunset, just before feeding time. Mr. Ileminway led the way to the home corral, a heavily timbered stockade Just over the crest of a hill and about 'a quarter of a mils from tbe house. The cowboy band which had ridden out to meet him accom panied the party on horseback. It was a cool but calm April evening, the air balmy with the fresh prairie air and the faint per fumes of wild flowers. As they approached tbe stockade melodious bellowings sounded over the pale. Within were just twenty of the most intelligent beasts in the whole herd of 60,000. Brawny, big boned, long horned and muly some of tbem smooth limbs, sleek coats and bright eyes marking them as crack cattla. They moved forward in a leisurely, self contained way and stood look ing at the cowboys Six of tbe latter dis mounted, came inside with their trombone, cornet, French horn, big horns and cymbals. Each cowboy took up a position by a partic ular ox. Six of tbe cattle were now separated from their fellows and led by tbe boras to skeleton stalls of light poles, constructed so the beasts faced in towards tbe center of the inclosure and were ranged on tbe soft grass side by side, near enough to touch the tips of each other's horns. The cowboy with the cornet stood immediately in front of a light brindled heifer that had an exceedingly vivacious aspect and was very quick on its feet. The trombone confronted an almost jet black steer that proved to have a high voice of great reverberatory power. The cymbals flanked a red bull, while the other horns were pointed at bright eyed cows that re garded the whole strange scene with an ex perienced air and anticipatory delight. Tbe Ileminway party stood slightly to one side, the unofUciating cowboys, to the num ber of forty or more, in a group near them. Just as the sinking sun reached the horizon and seemed to linger for a moment before saying good night, Mr. Herainway gave tbe signal. The cowboys at once struck up "Hail Columbia,'' playing that fine old air with much spirit and tolerable correctness. With the first note from each instrument the ani mal in its front raised its neck, opened its mouth to the widest capacity, and throwing its head back gave prolonged and musical utterance to sonorous sounds which, if they were not singing in the human sense, consti tuted something remarkably like it The accord between the instruments and the vocal accompaniment of tbe bovine chorus was perfect. There was one harmoni ous volume of sound, that echoed far and wide with singular power and sweetness, car rying through tbe charmed air strains of the western patriots' favorite song and mellow ing in the distance to a grand choral ode. But the most interesting part of the unique performance was yet to coma When the strains of tbe horns died away the cowboy performers withdrew and joined the other cowboys. The bovine chorus was left to itself. Mr. Ileiniuway drew a revolver from bis pocket and fired a shot As the smoke curled up in the fading sunlight, the steers opeued their mouths, threw their beads back and in perfect harmony went again through the air they had just finished. The ring and volume and sweetness of their voices were now distinctly apparent They chanted ab solutely correctly and lacked only articula tion to be the champion sextet of the vocal world. John Paul Bocock in New York World. The Can of ,,'!gehackell;! A tourist in Tyrol watched two hot beaded youths, who, having got into some dispute over money matters, had agreed to settle it by a resort to what in that country fs called "Fingerhackeln." This game, or rather struggle, is a simple trial of strength of arm and biceps. The table is cleared, and the two competitors seated opposite each other, with the table be tween them, stretch out tbeir right hands sc as to let them meet in the center. Each, bending the middle finger into the shape of a hook, entwines it with that of his rival. At a given signal each begins to pull, the object !eing to drag tbo antagonist across the board. Both were strapping young fellows, each eager to show off his prowess, and the fact that they were well known adepts at it ren dered the struggle doubly interesting. Vio tory swayed hither aud thither; the most pro digious efforts were made to wrest the slight est advantage from the foe, the subtlest ruses coming into play, tbe most impossible con tortions of the body undergone; and yet the issue seemed as far from decision as at the very outset With set teeth, rigid features and heaving breasts, tbe two young fellows tug and pull, and neither will give in. Their bands are of an angry red, tbe veins swollen to double their usual size, while drops of perspiratiqn on their foreheads tell of their almost super human exertions. Watching the face of one, the observer aU at once saw a look of agonizing pain shoot across it His band dropped; the struggle was at an end- Poor fellow! his finger is maimed for life; for tbe principal muscle has been rent in the fierce struggle. His antago nist, by a sudden jerk one of the numerous stratagems of fingerhackeln has succeeded in unbending his adversary's finger. One very frequently sees in Tyrol a man wjt)j a finger bent nearly doqble on the right hand. It you ask the cause, you will icyaf l ably be told that it happened while ''finger hackeln. " Youth's Companion. John Was All night. "Your husband is out pretty late o' nights, Mrs. Cally." "Yes, Mrs. Dally; his business keeps him late, you know." , "Are you sure it's business? These men aint to be trusted too far, Mrs. Cally. I speak from experience." "Well, I guess my John Is all right" ' "What makes you so confident?' "Well, he shaves only once a week, and then be grumbles about having it to do. He doesn't give the least bit of attention to his personal appearance; indeed, I have bard work in keeping him tidy. Then be won't put a drop of cologne ou his handkerchief, and" "That's enough, Mrs. Cally. There's no female in his case, that's sure. He's all right" Boston Courier. Tho Czar's Rest Engineer. Tbe Russian imperial househo Id has con eluded an arrangement with the engineer, M, &ozeU, regarding the great irrigation works which are to be carried out in the ex tensive territories in the Murghab valley which have been acquired by the czar. M. Kozell, who is of Polish origin, was in 1863 the commander of an insurgent battalion of bis countrymen. He was taken prisoner by the Russians and sentenced to death, but suc ceeded in making his escape to France, where he subsequently carried out several import ant engineering works. After the war la 1870-71, in which he fought against the Ger mans, he returned to Russia, and as a punish ment for bis former rebellious conduct be bad to serve as a private in a Cossack regi ment for four years. New York Tribune. Eureka leat Market T. J. THOMAS, WHOLEflAJ.K AND JJeel, rorit, JiuiU'ii, veal s:i:u loimiy. I invito all to give mc a trio 1. Sugar Cured Mcats, Ham?', I'ik m), I.nrd, t tc, etc. Fni-h OjM is in Cnn r.i d I nlk at lowest liying prices. Do int fail to tivc n t yi-vr J ntu i.u&c. 3 THO!AS. I- 2? IB 13 Xj H , DEALER IX STOVES, FURNITURE, -AND ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS. -LATEST WINDOW KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. PICTURE FRAMES SIXTH STKEET, BET. MAIN AND FURNITURE FOn ALL FINE :-: PUENITU -YOU SHOULD CALL ON Where a magnificent stock of Gcoils and Fair J'ricob abound. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING A SPECIALTY HENRY .130 JCOK, CORNER MAIN AND SIXTH - ri.ATTSMOUTIJ, NELDAfcKA Beqriett they are headquarters for all kir.ee cf Fruits and Vegetables. 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