The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, June 27, 1888, Image 2
J - - .- f W i . t . 1 :. Th3 Plattsmouth Daily Herald. KNOTTS BEOS., Publishers & Proprietors. THE PLA.TTSMOUTII HERALD In published every evening except Sunday and Weekly every Thursday morning. Kegls tered at the postofllce. I'lattfinoutli. Nebr.. ks DHoiMid-cIa-tn mutter. Olllce corner of Vine and Tilth streets. TERMS FOB DAILY. One copy one year In advance, by mail SO oo Onecoy permontb, by carrier, 6" One copy per week, by carrier 15 TERMS FO WKEKLV. One oopy oie year. In advance 51 no onaeoDTili months, in advance......... 75 UP WITH THE STARS STRIPES. AND aib:"vivk iamoub.' The rd bandana In flunz to the breeze, Un with the HtarsanU Stripe ! And Tburuiau aud Cleveland will go a you please. Up with the Stars and Stripes ! Th f re-(rade wind la ready to blow. And the flowing bowl is becfuiilnt; to How For the red baudana if English, you know, I'p with the Stars and btrlpes ! For home r J fortune and fatherland, l'p w'th tlie Htars and Klrie ! W want no airs from free-trade land. Up with the Mars and Striae ! We'll luve no banner f Knglixll stuff. No red bandanna and Thurmaa snuff For us "Old lory" is good enough. Up with the Stars and Stripes ! For American homes ani American trade, l'p with the .stars and Strle 1 Well draw our Kharpest political blade, I i) with the St. us and Strip a ! Free soil, freg schools, free ballots, free men We've been in the battle again and again. And we'll liirlit it to the end. amen ! Up with the Stars ami btripes ! SpringQeld Union. Blaine is a republican to the core. In a short time lie will return to these United States and uiarshall his forces and put bis shoulder to the wheel and the repub licans wiil march on to victory aud take Washington, and the country will go on prospering as ever. To the free-trade democrat his platform is free trade; to the protectionist demo crat it is only tariff reform. To England, however, it is free trade pure and simple; and to the workingman it means little work, low wages, competition with Eu rope and general depression and discon tent. There is no doubt that the work ingman has the common-sense view of it. From the Elizabeth Journal. It was an appreciative audience last evening which listened to the remarks of Messrs Davies, Windham, Chapman and Vanatta. It was full of enthusiasm and responded to the telling points made with a vigor which gaye evidence of the spirit which will march the republican column to victory in November. The "Walk away'' which our democratic friends predict for Messrs. Cleveland and Thurman will be accompanied by an outpouring of democratic sweat and agony, before November rolls around, which will be edifying to the bystanders. We give our democratic friends due notice that the sociable will be an inter esting affair. WHAT IXQERSOLL THINKS OF THE PLATFORM. "Mr. Watterson was kind enough to say that before they took the roof off the house they were going to give the occu pants a chance to get out. By the 'house' I suppose he means the great workshop of America. By the 'roof he means Protection; and by the 'occupants' the mechanics. He is not going to turn them out at once, nor take the roof off in an instant, but this is to be done gradually. In other words, they will remove it shingle by shingle, or tile by tile, until it becomes so leaky or so unsafe that the occupants that is to say, the mechanics, will leave the building. "The first tinner m the platform is a reaffirmation of the platform of 18S4, and an unqualified indorsement of Pres ident Cleveland's Message on the tariff. And if President Cleveland's Message has any meaning whatever, it means free trade not instantly, it may be but that is the object and the end to be obtained. All his reasoning, if reasoning it can be called, is in favor of absolute free trade. The issue is fairly made shall American labor be protected, or must the American laborer take his chances with the labor market of the world? Must he stand up on an exact par with the laborers of Bel gium and England and Germany, not only, but with the slaves and serfs of other countries? Must he be reduced to the diet of the old country? Is he to have meat on holidays and a reasonably good dinner on Christmas, and live the rest of the year on crusts, crumbs, scraps, skimmed milk, potatoes, turnips, and a few greens that he can steal from the cor ners of fences? Is he to rely for meat on poaching, and then is he to be transport ed to some far colonly for the crime of catching a rabbit? Are eur working men to wear wooden shoes?" $300 Reward. We will pay the above reward for any case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick headache, indigestion, constipation or rostiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Li yer Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes containing 30 sugar coated pills, 25c. For sale by all druggists. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. The genu ine manufactured only by John O. Well & Co., 8C2 W. Madison St. Chicago, Its Sold by W. J. Warrick. Tb Daughter of 0t VffOXtwu In th days when Lord Lytton wrots poetry and was better known as Owen Mere dith, people who pretended to know Insisted that ho had some unhappy lore affair with m married woman, to whom some of his most famous poems were addressed. Afterwards he consoled himself with a wife of his own, but he always retained a great fondness for the Lucile type of woman, with pale, clear skin, and dark hair and eyes, such as the wo man of his first passion is said to have had. Strangely enough, bis daughter strongly re sembles tbo girl he was so fond of describing over and over again in verse. She and ha are the most inseparable friends and com rades and the affection between them is really beautiful to see. She is very clever, it is said, and he has educated her in great measure himself, la consequence of which their tastes are similar and their intellectual pursuits enjoyed in common. They both are ardent connois seurs of Eastern art and literature, and tbs hotel they inhabit in Paris is a perfect treas ury of Indian carvings, manuscripts, pottery and hangings. The girl is an excellent horse woman, and early every morning she and hef father are to be seen galloping side by side in the Bo La. Afterwards they work together, for she takes great interest in his public labors and performs many of the duties of a secretary for him. She paints with consider able skill and sings charmingly, and there have been whispers of late about her efforti in verse, which are said to be such as Owen Meredith himself would not be athamed to acknowledge. Nsw York World. Plenty oi Hand. w;r Wliv is it. John, that vou rarely friaa mn nowf Before we were married you bothered me almost to death. tt,i0Visti1 1 know it. mv dear, and laid In stock enough to last. The Epoch. Ayer's Sarsaparilla operates radically upon the blood, thoroughly cleansing and invigorating it. As a safe and absolute cure for the various disorders caused by constitutional taint or infection, this re medy has no cqunl. Take it this month Rewarded by Honor. CoL Iliggtnson told the whole truth la bis recent Cambridge lecture on the pro fessional life of a literary man; the gist of which was. that honor makes a great part of the reward of an honorable profession. Susan Chan rung In The Writer. When the blood is loaded with impuri ties, the whole system becomes disordered This condition of things cannot last long without serious results. In such cases, powerful alterative is needed, such as Avcr's Sarasaparilla. It never fails, and has no equal. The YVatCare of tlio Kace. There ia scarcely any subject on which peo ple more permit themselves to be governed by conventional laws than marriage. There is certainly none in which it is more impor tant that these should be displaced by scien tific ones. It is marriage that makes good the steady drain upon the world by death, and supplies generation after generation oi new comers to re-enact the momentous drama of life. It is not too much to say that the welfare of the race depends primarily upon well orderai marriage. Is anything oi more importance than maintaining our race, at its present grade or improviig upon iti Boston Herald. Dropping out of the hair, with itching of the salp, prevented, and the scalp made cool and healthy by the use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rcnewer. We now publish music each week in the weekly iieiiald. -kveryuouy hould be a musician. 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- nous, ana statistics snow 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 trerms 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 tne bead, caus ing Catarrh. Now all this is dangerous and if allowed to continue will in time cause death. At the onset you must act with promptness; allowing a cold to go without attention is dangerous and may loose you your life. As soon ns you feel that something is wrong with your throat, lungs or nostrils, obtain a bottle of Bos shee's German Syrup. 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Since taking Ayer's Pills, I have been free from these complaints." "I have derived great lenefit from Ayer's Pills. Five years ago I was taken so ill with rheumatism that I was unable to do any work. I took three boxes of Ayer's Pills and was entirely cured. Since that time I am never without a box of these pills." Peter Christensen, Sherwood, Wis. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, PREPARED BT Dr. J. C. Ayer ic Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. REPUCLICAN PLATFORM. The republicans of the United States, assem bled by their deligates In national convention, pauae on the threshold of their proceeding te honor the memory ft their first great leader and immortal champion of liberty and t lie rights of the people, Abraham Lincoln, and to cover also with wreaths f imperishable re membrance and gratitude the heroic names of our later leaders who have been more recently called away from ourcounc:l, (irant, Garfield, Arthur, l.gan and Conkllng. May their mem erles be faithfully cherished. We also recall with our greeting and prayer for hU recovery the name of ono of our )ivin heroes whose nuniory will be treaxured ill the history both of republicans and of the republic. The name is that of the noble soldier and favorite child of victory. I'll Hi i 11. Sheridan. In the fpirit of those treat leaders and of our devotlou t human liberty, and with that hos tility to ail forms of despot iein ai.d oppression which is the fundamental idea of the republi can party, wo send fraternal congratulations to our fellow Americana of r.rn.il upon their great act of emancipation which completed the abolition of slavery throuhout the two American continents. We cnrnvstly hope wo may soon congratulate our fellow citizens of Jrl-h birth upon the peaceful recovery of home rule for Ireland. WK A KKI KM OITK HXSWF.BVIHO DEVOTION to the national constitution nd to the indis soluble union of states to thts autooiMuy re served to the states under tiie constitution, to the personal rights and liberties of citizens in all males md territories in the union and es pecially to the supreme and sovereign right of every citizen, ricli or poor, native or foreign born, white or black, to cast one free ballot in th public elections ami to have that ballot duly counted. We hold a free and honest pop ular ballot aud iiit and eial representation of all people tube the foundation of our re publican government and demand effective legislation to secure the integrity an-1 purity of elections which are the fountains of all pub lic authority. We charge that the present ad ministration a::d the democratic majority in congress owe their existence toihe suppression of the ballot by the criminal nullification of the constitution and laws of the United States, We are uncroiupromisingly in favor of the American system ot protection. We protest against the destruction proposed by the prei dent ana his party. They serve the interests of Europe wk wnx snrroitT intekfsts op America. We accept the issue, and confidently appeal to the people for their judgment. The protective system must be maintained. Its abandonment has always been followed by general disaster to all interests except those of the uiuurer and sheriff. We denounce the Mills' bill as destructive te general business, labor, and the fanning inter ests of the couutry. and we heartily endorse the consistent aim patriotic actlen of the re publican representatives In congress in oppos ing its passage. We condemn the proposition of the democratic party to place wool on the free list and insis' that the duties thereon sha'l be adjusted and maintained so as to fur nish full and adequate protection to that in dustry. The republican party would effect all needed redact ir-it of the. national revenue by repealing the taxes on tobacco, which are an arrogance and burden to agriculture, and the tax upon spirits used in the arts and for mechanical pur poses, and by such revision of the tariff laws as will tend to check imports o' such articles as are produced by our people, the production of which gives employment to our labor, and re lease frm import duties ttiese articles of for eign production, except luxuries, the like of which cannot be produced at home, there i-hall still remain a larger revenue than is requisite for the wants of government, of internal taxes rather than surrender any part of our i nfec tive system at the Joint befust of the whisky ring and agents of foreign manufacturers. AGAINST I'ACI'KK ASB LAKOR TRUSTS We declare hostility to t he introduction into this country of foreign contract labor and of Chinese labor alien to our civilization and our constitution, and we demand the rigid enforce ment of existing laws against it and favor such immediate legislation as win exclude sucn ia bor from our shores. We declare our opposition to aMcombiLa tions of capital orgnnized in trusts or other wise to control arbitrarily the condition of trade among our citizens and we recommend to congress s,dcI the state legislatures in their respective Jurisdictions such legislation as will prevent the execution of all schemes to oppress the people by undue charges on their supplies or by uojust rates for the transportation of tueir products to marxer. we approvepegisiation ny congress to pre vent alike unjust Duruens and unfair discrim ination betweon states. runLir: land legislation. We reaflirm the colioy of appropriating the public lands of the Chited States to be home steads for American citizess and settlers not aliens, which the republican party established in 1802 agauist the iiersiste.it opposition of the democrats m congress, which has brought our great western drmiaiu into magnificent de velopenient. The restoration ot unearned land grants to the public domain for the use of ac tual settlers, winch was begun under the ad ministration of President Arthur should be continued. We deny that the democratic partv has ever restored one acre to the people, but declare that by the joint action of rcpublicahs auu democrats aiiout mtv million acres oi un earned lands, originally granted for the con struction of railroads, have been restored to the public domain in pursuance of conditions inserted by the republican party in the oiigin- al grants. We charge t- e democratic adminis tration with lailure to execute laws securing to settlers ime to ineir Homesteads ana witn us ing appropriations made for that purnese to harrass innocent settlers with spies and prose cations under the false pretense of exposing irauus auu vniuicauntj uie law, ADMISSION OF TERRITORIES, The government by coKffiess of the lerritor ies is based upon necessity only to the eud that mey may necome states in tne union : there fore, whenever tiie copditions of population. material resource", piibiio inteuigeuce aud morality are such as to insure stable local gov ernment therein the people of such territories should be permitted, a right inherent in them, to form for themselves constitutions pud state governments and tie ad uitted iuto the union Pending preparation for statehood all ollicers thereof should he selected from bona fide residents and citizens or tne territory wherein they are to serve. Mouth Dakota should of rignt ie immediately admitted as a state ii the union under the constitution framed and adopted by her people, and we heartily e: dorse the action of the republican senate in twice passing Mils for her admission, "i he re iiisat ot tne democratic house of representa tives, mr partisan purposes, to favorably con sider these bills is a willful violation of I lie sacrea American principle of local self-govern ment, and merits the condemnation of all just men. '1 he pending bijla in the senate for acts to enable the people of Wishington, North JJakota and Montanna territories to form con stitutions and establish state governments should be passed without unnecessary delav. The republican party pledgos inself to do ail in irs power to lactntate tne admission of the ter ntories of Aew Mexico. Wvominir. Id:ih o iinrl Arizona to the enjoyment of self-government as states. um oi mem as are now qualified as soon as possible.and others as soon as they way uecunie u. THE. MOR3IOA QUESTION, The political power of the Jlormon church in tne territories as exercised in tne past is a menauee to tree lUEiltutiens loo dangerous to no long sunered. luerefore we p edge the re publican party to appropriate legislation, asserting the sovereignty of the nation in all the territories wiiere the same is questioned and la furtherance of that end to place upon the statute book legislation stringent enouga to aivorce political ironi ecclesiastical power, aud thus stamp out the attendant wtcKeanees ot polygamy. i ne repuimcan party is in iavor oi the use or Dotu geiu ami silver as money, and con demns tne policy oi the democratic admiuis tration in its efforts to demonetize silver. We demand the reduction of letter postage to 1 cni per ounce. In a republic like ours, where the citizens Is the sovereign and the ofllciil the servant, where no pewer is exercised except bv the will ot tne people, it is important mat tne sover eign reople should possess intelligence. The free school is the promoter of that intelligence wh icli Is to preserve us a free nation. 1 here- fore, the state or nation, or both ennbiued. should support free institutions of learning sufficient to xtlord to every rhild growing up In the land the opportunity of a good common school education. CUR MEKCUAXT MARINE, We earnestly recommend that prompt action be taken In c-rress in the ei actment of sach legislation as will best secure the rehabilita tion of our Americnn merchant inaiine, aud we protest against the passage by congress of a free ship bill as calculated to work injustice to labor by lessening the wages of those en gaged in preparing materials as well as those directly employed in our shipyards. We de mand appropriation for the trly rebuilding of our navy, for the con&truction of oast lortifioitioiis aud modern ordinance and other approved modern mea"s of defense for the protection if our defenseless harbors and cit ies. for the payment of Jns-t pensions to our soldiers, for necessary works of national im portance in the improvement of the harbors aud. channels of internal, coastwiser and ore pn commerce, for the encouragement cf the shipping interests of the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific states as well as for the payment of the maturing public debt. This policy will give employment to oar labor, activity to our various industries, increased security to our country, promote trade, open new sud direct markets for our products and cheap n the cost of transportation. We aftlrm this tote far better for eur country than toe democratic policy of loaning the government's money without interest to "pet banks." FOREIGN BKLATIONS. The conduct of forels.ii affairs by the ptesont administration has been distinguished by Inef ficiency and cowardice. Having withdrawn from the senate all pending tiea'lrs effected by republican adnilnjstrat lors for the removal of foreign burdens and restrictions upon our commeice and for Its extension into a belter market, t has neither alfected nor projmsed any others in their stead. Professing udlier ence to the Mearee doctrire, it has seen with iille complacency the extension of foreign In fluence in Central America and of foreign trade everywhere among our elghbors. It has re fused to charter, sanctioa or encourage any American orgauizytion for coutrftcling the Nicaragua canal, a work of vtal importance to the maintenance ot the Monroe doctrine and of our national intlaence In Central and -South America, and necessary fo- the development of trade with our Pacific territory, with South America, and with the further coasts of the Pacific Ucea o. FISHERIES QUESTION. We arraign the present democratic admiQis tration for its weak and unpatriotic treatment of the fisheries question, and its pusillanimous surrender of all privileges to which our fishery vessels are entitled in Canadian peits under the treaty of 1R18. the reciprocate marin tine legislation of W.W and comity of nations, and w hich Canadian fishing vessels receive in the ports of tiie United States. We condemn the policy of the prasent administration and t lie democratic majority in congress towards our fisheries as unfriendly and conspiclously unpatriotic and as tending to destroy a valuable national industry amlai indispeusible resource of defense against foreign enemy. The name of American applies alike to all citizens of the rep.iblm, and imposes upon men alike the same oHigat ion of obedience to the 'aw-. At the same limecHizensbipis and must be the panoply and safeguard of him who weais It, should shield and protect him whether high or low, rich or poor. In all his civil rights. It should aud must'afford him protection at home and follow and protect him abroad In whatever iaua ne may ue on a lawiui errand. CIVIL SERVICE RFF6RM. The men who abandoned the republican par ty in 184 and continue to adhere to the demo cratic party have deserted not only the cause of honest government, but of sound finance, of freedom (and purity of the ballot, but espec lally have deserted the caue of reform In the civil service. We will not tail to keep uur pledges because tl ey have broken theirs, or because their candidate has broken his. We tli ere tore repeu' our deelaiation of 1884. towit 1 he reform of civil service auspiciously begun under republican administration should be completed by afurther extension of th" reform system already established by law to all grades of the service to which it is applied. The spir it ana purpose oi letorm snouid ue observed t all executive appointments, aud all laws at vartence with the object of existing reform leg islalion should be repealed, and that the dan gers to free institutions which lurk in the pow er oi oir.ciai patronage may oe wisely ana ei feetively avoided. The gratitude of the nation to the defenders or tne union canuot be assured except by laws. 1 he legislation of congress should conform to the pledges made by a loyal people, aud be so enlarged and extended as to prev'de against the possibility that any man who honorably wore tiie federal uniform shall become an In mate of an almshouse or dependent on private charity. In the presence of an overflowing treasury it would b a public scandal to do less ior inosc wnose valorous service preserved tne government. We denounce the hostile spirit suown Dy l-resiaeni Cleveland in tits numerous vetoes of measures for pension relief, and the action of the democratic house of representa tives in reiusiug even consideration of general pension legislation. In support of the principles herewith cnun elated, we invite the co-operation of patriotic men oi aa parties, especially oi all wonting men whose presperity is seriously threatened by the free trade policy of the present admin istration. Republican State Convention. The republican electors of the state of Xebraska are requested to send delegates from their several counties to meet in convention at the city of Lincoln Thurs day, August 23, 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following state offices. Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. State Treasurer. Auditor of Public Accounts. Attorney General. Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings, And the transaction of such other busi ness as may come before the convention. THE APPORTIONMENT. The several counties are entitled to re presentation ns follows, being based upon the vote cast for Hen. Samuel Maxwell, judge, in 1887, giving one delegate at large to each county, and for each 150 votes, and major fraction thereof: COUNTIES. VOTES. COUNTIES. VOTES. Adams ... Antelope . Johnson 8 Kearney 8 Artnur... Key ha Paha-.. Keith lilaine. l?oone si Knox 15ox liutte. Lancaster 25 Lincoln 8 Logan 2 IJrown Buffalo ... 14 Hutler 91 ,011 p 3 Burt . . Ill Madison. ... 8 ("ass 1 Mcrherson 1 Cedar.. Chse.. Cherry. SI Merrick.... 7 ri Nance 5 Nemaha... 9 Cheyenne ...11 Nuckolls 6 Clay li Otoe 12 Colfax 7 rawDee 8 I'eiklcs 5 I'ierte 4 Folk 6 Platte 10 Cum in g Custer 17 Dakota 5 Dawes 7 Dawson 8 Phelps 7 Dixon C Richardson. 12 Dodge..., la Domrlase 27 Ked Willow 7 Saline li Dundy 4 Fillmore 10 Franklin 7 Frontier 10 Furnas 9 sarpy 5 Saunders 12 Seward lo Sheridan. 7 Sherman 7 Gage 19 Sioux 2 tanton 4 Garfield.., 3 Gosper 5 Grant li Thayer 7 Thomas 2 Greeley 4 Hall 11 Hamilton 10 Valley 6 Washington 9 wayne a Webster 9 Wheeler 3 York 11 Harlan 8 Haves 4 Hitchcock t Holt 14, Unorganized Ter 1 Howard 7 Jefferson .. 9! Total 671 It is recommended that no proxies be adn.itted to the convention except so ch as are held by persons residing in the coun ties from which the proxies are given. lo Chairmen County Central Commit tees: "Whereas, At the republican state con vention held at Lincoln October 1887, the following resolution was adopted: liesolced, 1 hat the state central com mittee be instructed to embrace in its call for the next state convention the submis sion of the prohibition question to the re publican voters at tho repubucan pri maries, Therefore," in accordance with the above resolution, the several county cen tral committees are hereby instructed to include in their call for their next county convention the submission of the prohi bition question to the bepcblican voters at the republican primanes. Geo. D. Meiklejohn, Chairman. Walt. M. Seexet, Secretary. Eureka Meat Mark T. J. THOMAS, WHOLESALE AND Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal sud l?ci.Hiy( Z invito all to give mo a "trial. 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