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The Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
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NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
REN'JAMIN" II A R R I S )X,
Klt VICK I'llESIPHNT,
LEVI 1. MORTON,
of New York.
Witu Harrison we'll make
and that's what t lie matter.
.IrixiK Tiii kmax is 74, Mr. Morton CI,
Ccncial Harrison o'i ami Mr. Cleveland
Tiik popular vote for president in 184
was 10,0i7,IO. It will be about 12,000,
0(J this year.
The strike among the furnace men of
lVnnsylvanhi is charged up to the tariff
with all the check the millionnir Scott,
who had taken charge of Mr. Cleveland'!
cause, possesses. The idle furnaces and fall
ing seale of wages in the iron region is di
rectly traceable to just such men us
M;rssr. Scott, Cleveland anil Co.
"Fjike whisky nn:l dear clothing!"
yelled the thousand throats of that party,
which went out of power leaving whisky
at yo cents a gallon, : cents a drink, and
cotton prints at 3. cents per yard, as soon
an the Chicago convention had framed n
platform for that other party whose mors j
influence had diminished the vice of in
temperance and whose financial policy
had reduced cotton prints to 0 cents a
1 .a. ...
yaru, ana almost all needful manufac
tures in like degree. Pawnee Republican.
Pathick Eaoan is called a profession
al Irishman by the hydrophobic democrat
ic press. Yes, 3Ir. Eagan is a educated Ir
ishman who has professed Republicanism,
and this is the head and front of his of
fending. An Irishman that refuses to br
dragged behind the conquoring car of
Englisn free trade and English democ
racy in this country, is a scallawag ia the
estimation of the northern democracy.
Gentlemen, the woods are full of Irish
in mi of Mr. Patrick Eagaa's honesty and
Tins wild, wooley. west, does'nt want
any free trade, not much gentlemen; we
want manufactures; and now, just as tin
manufacturer is putting his foot west ol
t he Missouri river to build up manufac
tories and give us n home market, out
west, for our produce and then, in u
incausure, relieve us from the burden ol
long hauls jo the lakes and seaport mar
k T,,c vexed transportation problem
we don't want any free trade for tin
west. Give us protection, give us manu
acturies give us a home market, tin
bet market in the world an American
iiiarketu what we want.
How turn DentUt Trie to Defy Tturar
Well mm Nature.
"Four and five dollar aetaof teeth made
That la a portion of an advertisement that
caught a reporter's eye and cauaod a vllt to
the office of the dentist who had Inserted it.
Many men doubtleus remember that cer
tain of their relative remained in solitary
confinement for from two to three weeks
while waiting the arrival of the Ideal set of
grinders. Is it possible that one can have
one s own worthless teeth removed, an im
pression of the mouth taken and new teeth
fitted, and all within an hour or two's time!
The dentist, when asked that question, an
swered auirmatlvely. "Vou see," said he,
dentistry is progressing like everything
else, and it is an every clay occurrence for
me to get up a $5 set of teeth In an hour and
a half. Although it would be much better if,
alter having teeth extracted, the patient
would wait for a week until the mouth heals
and tho bone which surrounds the teeth be
dissolved, still there ore ever so many who
come hero and will end are the discomfort
and pain which of necessity follows a quick
li auon rainer man depart toothless.
"Jiow do I do it so quickly. Well, by a
method or process I use in vulcanizing or
cooking' the rubber used for the rlate.ivhich
reduces that usually long process to an hour's
No, It Is not so satisfactory, nor is ft any
less expensive, but it is quicker. The price
oi a raise sec ol teeth depends almost entirely
on the number and size of the platinum pint-
wmcn ine teeth contain, and the quality and
texture or tho porcelain used.
men, too, the small manufacturers of
cheap teeth are continually cutting one
another's throat3. and the Deonle sret the
benefit The dentist has very little to do in
uetermming the price.
Countrymen and farmers buy more false
teeth than do any other class of people. You
see, Mrs. Jones, for instance, has the tooth
ache, comes to town, and, after frantio at
tempts to get rid of the pain, has all her
teeth pulled, and with a beautiful new set.
with perhaps a little gold Oiling In front, re
turns to her village or farm. Mrs. Smith
sees Mrs. Jones' teeth, and, not content to bo
without anything that Mrs. Jones has, she,
too, comes to town ana has porcelain substi
tuted for bone.
"Country people don't take proper or even
aecout care or their teeth; and, besides, they
eac too much pie. And they, too, ore the
people who want tholr teeth served up In an
nours time. A countryman comes to the
city expecting to do shopping for 'tho folks
at home,' take in the town and provide him-
seir, ana perhaps hi3 family, with a set of
teeth, and all in one day. Sometimes ho is
"Negroes carry a good deal of porcelain
and gold in their mouths, too, but they, al
most invariably, want the most expensive
sets, Insisting upon gold plates and a plenty
of gold filling. I have made a number of
sets for negroes which cost f 100. But in a
year's time a negro will manage to break the
best set that I can make, and then, of course,
he receives a bill for repairs.
The gold plates are, of course, Incompara
ably better than the rubber or the celluloid,
and if a patient can afford them I always ad
viso their use." New York Evening World.
catc her r:
The "catcher" in modern baseball
another development that must not l e
passed by. In the circuses there is often
a trained athlete, who stands in front ol
of a cannon and catches the ball in his
hands when it is fired out, at no very
greit distance from the gun. The charge
of powder which sends it. however, is
measured, and serious accidents resulting
from the undertaking, I think, are not
numerous. But the catcher of the regu
lation baseball implement or globe, or
toy, call it which you will, takes his life
in his hands. He has to catch a ball
which might as well bo a cannon ball,
with little power to tell where it will
uu.i mm or ne it, and with a certainty
that if it hits him serious or fatal injury
is most likely to ensue. To make it less
possible that his nose or jaw shall be
broken, or to prevent his teeth from be
ing knocked entirely out, he now wears
a wire cage over his fate, not .wholly
dissimilar to an ox's muzzle or abur-Lr's
mis.;. Joel Ronton, in The American
31-igaz.ine for Julv.
Superstition of the Gmaluu.
Mr. Frank La Flesche, an Indian who hap
for some years been employed in the Indian
olnco, read an interesting paper before the
Anthropological society the other evening on
"Funeral Customs of the Oinahas." "Thr
approach of death," he said, "is believed tc
lie foreshadowed in various ways, not only to
the ierson himself, but to others, who, bj
reason of tbeir supposed skill in seeing thf
comir, of death, gain reputation as prophets.
They either uui-o visions or pass through ap
parent death. The drearucr lies in the open
air, in the midsummer, with the ihunei
rolling in the heavens, and listens for voices.
I'heso come to him from animals, clouds oi
merely t!;e air. Such Tier-sons as enn
foresee death aro eligible to member
ship in the Ghost society.' Oe vis
ion is that or a woman walking, bul
not on tho ground, ourrounded by o
halo of bright nr:a,!ind always leaving a" vil
lage or Kxle, If tljey cur a p!acid, pleasing
expression, the death will be from natural
auses, from accident or in war; but if thr
face is uistorteu it is an indication that thr
person win die v. hilo engaged in a quarrel
vim another, and the soul is full of bitter
.-loss. Thoso who foresee can also prevent
leatn, ana are ciu.i tailed noon to render
this service. One method Is jiOUiinj; hot
water at rignt angles to the path leading to
the lodge, while another consists of oecupv
ing, with one whose death Is foreseen, a sweat
lodge Lnut by the latter, pronouncing cer
tain incantations and spi iutliug tLa bedy of
the client with tho powder of the ai teinesia,
supposed to be the food of the ghosts.
"Tho howling of a dog is also a token of
coming death, but is not so infallible as the
spectacla cf a dog mounting the side of an
earth lodge, and peering through the opening
at tho top. Then, with trembling limbs, fho
warriors, seated around the fire, seize mis
siles and chase th dog and kill him to propi
tiate the ghosts. To see or hear the voices of
dead relatives is also a sign of approaching
death." Wasbineton Star.
The republicans of the United State. nsem.
tiled by their delljcates In national enuveutlon.
nauxe on the threshold of their proceedings t
honor the memory of their first pleat leader
nun iinmorial eiiainiilnii or lilioiiv tnu
rights of the people, Aliraham Lincoln, and to
cover also with wreaths of Imperishable re
membrance and gratitude the heroic names of
our later leader wlio have lipfn
called away from oiircouncll, (Irani. Caillelii.
Arinur, Logan and l onkiinjr. Way their mem
ories be faithfully cherished. We also rerall
with our greetings and prayer for his reeoveiy
the name of one of our hvIiir heroes hose
memory will be treasured in the history both
of republicans and of the republic. The uame
is that of the noble soldier and favorite child
of victory. I'hilip II. tsheridan.
In the hpirit of those great leader and of our
devotion 1 1 human liberty, and with that hos
tility to ail forms of despotism ai:d oppression
which is the fundamental idea of the republi
can party, we i-cud fraternal congratulations
to our fellow American of lirnyil Ilium t liuir
great act of emancipation which coinnleted
the abolition of slaverv f Inuii houl tl... u
American continents. W earnestly hope we
may roon congratulate our fellow cIUzciim of
Irish birth llnoii the ln:n i f i.l roi-nti.rv ..l l, .......
rule for Ireland.
WK AKr llc.M oitk livswhliv mi: iiwi-svi-is..
to the national constitution smd to the indis
soluble, union of states to the autoonniy re
served to the states under the constitution, to
the personal rights and liberties of citizens in
all states and territories in iho union n.i
lt-ciiiny ui me supreme and sovereign riirlif. .r
c.i i) i-iKi-ii, nni r iiur, native or loreign
lioi'll. Willie or black, to e:ist huh fri i- Lull., i i..
ine public elections and to li:ivn t,-.t I.. .11...
"'" --""" i eu. n e iioki a ireo and honest non-
uiar liallut and lust and uu:il i-i.i......i....ii,...
ui ,ui .n..ic u ui' ui iounuatioii or our re
Hioncaii government and demand effective
'H'mi ion io seci ie iiih iiiti-i'iiiv :itirf I,.,. it..
... .. ...nr. ,1 ii it-ii .in-1 in- on u i a ins or an null
uithorily. We charge that the oiesi ni ;.l
i.uiii.iiaiiuii ii niB oi'iuociaile mainiitv in
owe ineir existence to the supif ssion
of the ballot by the criminal iiullillcatidii of i iw
loiiKuiuiioii ana laws ol the United Stales,
i r. ,ic iiiK-ioiiipiomi.siiigiy ui tavor of the
American system of lu-tiii-i-tiim u i,i..t..i
11.111.1 tilt' tlt-.-M I I1CLIIM1 lirilllllSI'll I IV 11 I . r. I
ileut and bis nail v. 'I Iwv mrm tii
..f i....... .. """'i'"
n r.ini.i.MHTOIlT 1XTKHKSTS OK AMKItll A.
t, ;ii-i'.ii I in vwiiii .....I ......it.i.....i.. . .
f ........ , iiiiu ...uiitii-ni ty il.ll.itl IO
nit. (. ..ii.- jllr ineir jiiiigmeur. 1 lie piotective
.iit-iu iiiii.ii ui- uiaiiiiaincii. us aliandomiiHut
n.is always licen to owed bv ei-nerul ilitur
to- all interests evcenl. fli IIKfl III II ! Illlulll-m.
aim Miti in.
we denounce the Mills' bill il,.vf i-i,..i i,-.. i
.-nt-,,,, uiiNiiifss, lanor. and tin; tanning interV
ests of the country, and ve beartilv entnusi"
the consistent aim patriotic action of the re
publican ruprescniatives in congress in oppos
ing its passage. We condi-nm tin nnuiui in,,
ol the democratic party to place wool on the
liee list and insist. t,at Ihe dntii's iin.ri.mi
ha I be adiusteil and m;iiiii:iiii.l u .u t.. r,,,.
nish full and adequate protection' to that in-ilu-try.
l'ue reiiiiblican nartv wonlil -n..it -,n ,
reduction of the i,;il inn il n.t i-i ii.. i.,. .-....'....i,....
the taxes on tobacco, wiiich are ap arrog'iiice
and burden to agiiculiure. ami the i-ax ,,
spirits used in Ihe arts ami for mechanical iiur-
poses, aiid by such revision of the taritl 'laws as
will tend to check impuits or such arr.icles as
ae produced bv our neoi li. ilin litrul nrt inn .tf
which gives employinent to our labor, and re
lease from import duties these iirtieh-s of for.
eiKii production, except luxuries, the like of
which cannot br inoil llri'ri1 :it. hmi.i. flu, r. I, . 1 1
ri in ii-m.wo it laiger revenue I nan is r iiii-'itt
mi nn- iuiis in goveritiuenr. oi internal taxes
i.iiiier man surrender any Part of our i m
tive system at the joiut lielii st of the whi.skv
rinir 'Kill ...... nr.. i.r i-......: . . . r .. J
-. nsiin.1 vl ion-i;ii iiiiuui:iciurers.
AUA.'ST J'A.l."PEIt AND I.AI'.OK T1U STS.
. o ui-i:iaie nosiiiii v r.iine ,i. r.-u ,
this countrv of foreign coin rno.t. klmr
t. iiiiir.se lawir alien io our elvi lyntimi ...!
coKstituliou, and we ileiuand therieirl i.i,i,,r,.,..
iiirni oi r.Msuug laws against it and tavor such
immediate legislation as will exclude such la
bor from our shores.
We declare our omiositlnn tn .ill nmi.;, ..
tions of capital organized in trusts or other
wise to control uibitrarilv the condition of
trade among our citizens and we recon.iiieiul
ro congress and 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 s-n
or by unjust rates for the transportation of
their products to inarkot.
we approve legislation bv conrre! to ..rn
vent alike unjust burdens and unfair discrim
ination betweon states.
and Pacific states as well an for the pay
oi me maturing public debt. Thin policy will
give employment to our labor, activity to our
various industries. Increased security to our
i-oiuiiry, uromoie trade, open new and direct
ii.ni r. t-us 10r oi.r prooiicts and cheap'ii the cost
of transportation. We atlinu this tote far
nrii.tw wr our country than tne democratic
poncy oi loaning tne government's money
The conduct ot forelKfi affairs by the present
Qniniiiiut iiiIo. t... . i.. . .i - - . ."
i U ..iiii.iiuitiu nnr, nrru Ol'l HlglllMllMl by lliel-
llcieiicy and cowardice. Having withdrawn
from the senate all pending tieaties effected
iiy repuoiican staministratloi s for the removal
of iorelgu burdens and restrictions upon our
comineice and for Its extension Into a better
iiiaiHet.'i nas neither auccted nor proposed
any others In their stead. Professing adher
ence to the Monroe doctrire. it has seen with
Idle complacency the extension of foreign in
lliience in Central America and of foreign trade
everywhere among our neighbors. Ithasre-
iiisru io cnarier, sanction or encourage any
American organizytion for constructing the
Nicaragua canal, a work of vtal importance to
me ii.aiincnaHce ot ine Monroe doctrine and
of our national inlluence in Central and South
America, and necessary fo- the development
oi uaoe wnu our racine territory, with South
America, and with the further coasts of the
We arraign the present democratic adminis
tration for Its weak .mil uimsit rini i t
of the tisheries iiiestioii. and Its pusillanimous
.-.in iviiui-i in u privileges io will ell our llshery
vessels are entitled in Canadian ports under
iuc wrniy oi isjs. me reciprocate mariii-
iine legislation of ls.sn and comity of nations.
ana which Canadian hshing vessels receive in
. J iim is oi ine l niteil Mates. We coii Jemii
the policy of the present administration and
the democratic, majority in congress towards
our livheries as unfriendly and conspicloiisly
unpatriotic and as tending to destroy a valuable
............. iuuiipii; .inn an iniuspensioie resource
in urioiiH' Hgaiusi i. reign enemy.
ine name oi Anieiieun :nn.lii .ii;ir i ,ii
cilizens of the rep.iblic. and imposes upon men
alike the same obligation of obedience to the
.is. ine same umecltizenship is and must
be t he panoply and safeguard of him who weais
Knieiuacu proieci iiim whether high
or low- rich or poor, in all his civil rights. It
snoiiiu ami must afford li f lit protection at home
ami loilow and protect him abroad in whatever
.in m; oiiij oe on a ia wiui errand.
I H IL. SEUVICK ICKl-'OICM.
met) who al nidi, ni'il i k i-,.,,i,i.i i
Iv in lstl ...l . . :' . 't-uii i-.ii-
. j ... ...... iimiiiiur ii, ,iu iiere io i ne (lemo-
l'lllt III It'll I U I..,,-. .1 I.. .
... ..v,,, ii.t, it iii .sri i t-ii noi oniy me cause
in in ni si government, l.ut of sound finance, of
... . ii..,.. ,.iu piirny oi ine Pallot. but esuec-
l:lllV h;il'b .Ii.ut-...! m j, .
m. im.il , .... ,, .- V li IM ! HI lilt:
.... . .sri tiee. v e win not fail to keep our
pledges because i ey have broken theirs, or
ui . .uise i n cir candidate has broken his. We
t herefore repeat our declaration of ism, towlt :
I he reform of civ il service auspiciously begun
..... v I'lii'iii iiii iliiiii in i vi r; i inn ciimiiii
couipleted by afurther extension of th reform
f,i". . s,:i."islied by law to all grades
. ........... i r,,,,,!,,, ,i applied, lliespir-
it and purpose of refiirm ulimii.i i.a . ....... !i i..
..II .: , . ."'iti.ttl III
mi vAri'imrn appoiniiiienis m,i .ill l.,..-
. ii irm-i- no ii ne o nicer or pvui nr ,,(,.,.., i,.
islation should be repealed, and that the dan
gers to free institutions which lurk in the pow
er of official P.-itiim.-in-f. iimv .. .....1 ,.r
1 lie gratitude of the nation to the defenders
of the union cannot be assured except by laws.
I he legislation of congress should conform to
WIIOI.KHAI.K AMI JtKTAII. Ul AI.KIt IN
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal iiiu Fiiiy.
Z invito all to givo mc a "trial.
Sugar Cure il Meats, JIains, V.uvt.n, I.ar.l, etc.,
at lowest liyino; juicis. J)0 not fui'l
iU: i'mh Outttr in f ,,i, n J;,,
to tive ipc ji i:i j iitn i i e.
DKALKR IX -
AND ALL KINDS OP-
-LATEST STYLUS OF-
KVA'T CONSTANTLY )N HAND.
FICTI7HS EAZUIEIS 2A3DE TO OHDER
MA Til ST It EE T, I5ET. MAIN AND VINE.
I'LATIf-MOl '111, M r
ALL CLASSES OF
I III. lil.i.l ir.io ., .. .1 .-. 1 .. 1 , . . . .
, . V ." i - n'.iuc vy a lojai ieopie. auit tie
r.iiaigi-ii aim exieniiej ni to provide against
the possibility th.it any man who honorably
vi ore the ledj ral uniform shall become an in
mate of an almshouse or dependent on private
!'!:!", i. i, ' t'JjHenee of an overflowing
tiea.Mii i it would b a public scandal to do less
.... ..HUM- vaiorous service preserved tl;,)
government. t, denouni.o tlie hostile spirit
shown by President Cleveland in his numerous
.noes oi measures lor pension relief, and the
... ...... ,.i ,,,c ueiiiocraiic nouse of representa
tives in refusing even consideration of general
l u.'iwu iv ;i.ii4llli;il.
In support of the principles herewith enun
ciated we invite the co-operation of patriotic
men ol all parties, especially of all worklii''
rifil, .!Hl,.,ro.s,,elity is '"'"iously threatened
by the tree trade policy of the present adu.(u-
Vc will jiay the above reward for any
rise of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
co-tivene&s we cannot cure with
West's Vegetal le Li yer I'il Is, when the
directions are strictly complied with.
fTl 1 . i
iiiey are pureiy vegetal ie, ami never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
containing 30 sugar coated pills, 2-c.
or sale by all druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine manufactured only by John O. Well
& Co., 862 W. Madison St. Chicago Its
Sold by W. J. Tf&Txick.
Sicglne tn the Public Schools.
Tho system of singing ucw J2.ibfc in the
public schools is productive of wonderful re
sults. The children are not taught from
song boots, as was the old style, but they are
Irst made to sing an4 understand tho notes.
J ust as in other studies the text book has
been superseded by the oral lesson, so, too, in
this caso. It is too, in fact, an object lesson
in vocal music, in the inovabia do system
which we uso the child is made to appreciate
tno tun vaiuo or every note, and they learn
to read music at Eigne in a remarkably short
time. In one year, under the preamt method,
a child advances aa mch as it would under
tho old method in threo vears. TL6r too
the lessons soften and modulate the voice and
render it more flexible for elocutionary pur
poses. The orators of tne coming generation
will have sweater musio ia their tones than
tho orators of tho present time. Nicholas
liavokl in Globe-Democrat
The modes of death's approach are va
nous, ana statistics show conclusively
that more persons die from disease of the
hroat and lungs than any other. It i,
probable that everyone, without excep
tion, receives vast numbers of Tubercle
Uerms into the sj-stcm 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 ana to the head, caus
ing Catarrh. Now all this is Uangercua
and if allowed to continue will in time
cause death. At the onset vou must net
with promptness; allowing a cold to go
without attention is dangerous and may
loose you your life. As soon as you feel
that something is wrong with your throat
lungs or nostrils, obtain a bottle of Kos-
ouce a uermsn oyrup. It Will glye
PUfJLIi: I.A.MI I.K1IISI.ATIOX.
VV't) i-eailinn the policy of appropriating the
public lands of thy L'hiieii Slates tj be home
steads for American citiens aud hettie.s m.t
aliens, which the republican party established
in lst-2 against the persiste.it opposition of
the democrats in congress, which has brou 'ht
our great western domain into magnificent de
velopement. 1 he restoration of unearned land
grants to ihe public domain for the use of ac-
iu. u Pi,.!"is which was begun under the ad
ininlstrafton oi i're-M .nt A"tmr ulimii.i i.
eoiiuuueu. e ocny mat the UeiiioeraUu party
nas ever resioreu one acre to the people but
declare that by the joint action of republicans
...I., utriuiivi ui.-i nuiuii, uiiy minion acres of un
fl'l I'll a. I .i,wl . .. II .. .. . . r ..
. ....,. .ui.u.1, ..i iiiiaiijr Kiaiiicu ior me con-jti-uct,.-?
f f railroads, have been restored to
. . r; h , Vi , v- : ' OI conditions
......tr.tt-.. ... t no iiiHwuican pariy in the oiigin
al grants. VI e charge the leni.er:itii o.i,iT.i,
traf ion w ith failure to execute laws securing to
i . V i .1 ir.--nniis aUU Willi US-
uuMiupiMMuiis -uauc ior mat purpose to
hanas ini:oce,H eWie.s v,4tii p.cs ,,.', pro:;e
eutloiie uiider tne fitlse pretense of cuoiii"
frauds and vindicating the law. "
ADMISSION OK TKltlUTOKIES,
The government by congress of the territor
",,OH necessity only to the end that
tbey may become states in the union - tliere
forc.i:rnoei tue vOi,d:fl;,s o; ),op.,lation
material resource, public intelligence and
morality are such as to Insure stable local cov
ernnieiit therein the people of such territories
should be permitted, a right inherent in them
to ronn for themselves constitutions and s'-ite'
governments and be ad ..itted iuto the union
ir.,"l:r. ;tvT:- "". :t:.ei.o4 ! pmcer
.... niiuutti ur airieeie.i limn it. mo
Republican State Convention.
The republican electors of the state of
Nebraska are requested to semi delegates
lioni their several counties to meet in
convention at the city of Lincoln Thurs
day, August 23, land, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of placing in nomination
candidates for the following state offices.
Secretary of St?,te.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
commissioner of I'ublic Lands and
A llI f h r, frannar.li.n I' . , i .
""i!ai.iiuii ki l suen otner uusi-
ncsa as ir.ay come before the convention.
Tlie several counties are entitled to re
presentation as follows, being based uvov,
the vote cast; for II??. Samuel Maxwell"
judge, in 1887, giving one delegate at
large to each county, and for each loO
votes, and major fraction thereof:
PTTP TVTTTiTTTj in
-YOU .SHOULD CALL OX
(iootls and Kaii
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
MA IX AND SIXTH
I ' L ATTSM ( f T J I . X 1 : I ; I .'A K A
Bennett k M
ii-siueins nun CIMZCIIS Of the territorv herein
t he ,if I.. .......... .......... .. . . '. .v.v...
. 1 ....' ail... NUIUII llitKUt.'l SJ
'c iiiinit-ui.u.ei.v uuiniiieii as a slate in
the union under the constir minn frm..i
... I I... I.. ... .-"".tl .iu
..... imij.ip, iiim we neartUv en
i...iu me Hi-inni oi me republican senate in
,. it , - i.i..iiiu . ins mr iier Mil in 1umr.11 i.n-..
fusalof tj-e 'democratic house uf re'piuseuta
tives. ior tiaifi-an .n.i-Hses tn .. ..' ...
... . " , .t. Tr ..' .,..,.1 am, loll.
siueriiic.se Dins is a w il f n v inl iti.,,. - t . i.
-,..r...l A. , .- "I IOC
..u .nni uuiu I'.iui.jne oi local sell-irovern
.... u .:iti ill- iii ITUillll-inuailOII Of nil nil
men. I li ...... ,inm ; i.. . '. . " j-i
;. i,u.VV7 .W'".'". ".T"1" ior acts
ii. l- . . i Vi "r'e oi y. l.Nninton, North
. i.i .iioinaiiiii ii-rru,')ries rn !.,.
.-.iiiuiioii-i anu esiaoiisn antra fm,..,,.,,.
li..l.i i. ...i. ' iiiei' i s
; " ""in Minium unneces-arv del.v
uic irriiMia.ui PilllV DleUL'es lliw ftn ilr. ..u :..
it power to facilitate rlie iuIhiko.,.. ..r ,i.
7 r:C w? '.y,i:'.'u', iizu and
. ......... n, mi.- oi jut hiumi m f eii-jroveruii'cut
as states. Such of them as are now qualified
as soon as possible.aud others as soon as tlicv
mav bec.iiiio sn. i"i.jf
TJ?K MOIJ.MO.-; IVUKSTIOX.
The pcliiiea! poe cr of tin; Mormon church in
...7 cArn.:ot-u in in past is a
,.. mi; iiiMiiuiiiins hki dangerous to
1,1 ",it-it-u. liierejoie we p:ed"e the re
publican party to appropriate legislation
asserting tlie sovereignty of the nation in all
the territories where the same is questioned
and in furtherance of that end to place
upon the statute book legislation stiinirent
enoiiRhto divorce political from ecelesiustic-il
power. thn- stamp out the attendant
T lie republican party Is l.i favor of the use
of both cold and silver as monev. and con
demns the policy of the democratic adminis
tration in its eflorts to demonetize silver
We demand the reduction of letter iuWa"e
to 1 c-nt per ounce. ' B
iu n icpuniiw- i:k? o'irs, where the citiensls
iii nut et emu anil nit oifii-iui i u il... .
..... . ' . . - ...v rt ,l.
wnere no iiowrr s exercised eveeni- lit- ti,
..i iiiu it.'i'ii . ii i important iiirtt the sever
eit;n i eonie snuuui nossesa ntu ti.
free school is Hie promoter of I batTiiue! "i-ence
.- iiii.il is in pits .Tve us a rree n:irmn i
V i ! . fe 1 ai':n. or both conbined.
"""uiw .ui'iui l nrr nisi ii :u at (.,.
Httfltein t.. .it.-.i . . . ..- i. . ,...!
-. v- r-..." ii'iiri .nun rotvinir m
ill tlie laud Ihe oiinoituniti- ... o imi.-.,i ,v.....'
cl.ooi education, ----.-
We earnestly i ecunimend tlmr
be taken in ci-rpress in the ei affluent, of such
as in nesi cecure the rebabiliro.-
votes, if orjrTiEs.
lHindy . ..
Frontier. . . .
11 ' Washington
I., ii. .
. . J w ei 11 C . . . .
. . ; Webster
. . 4 Wheeler
-. i; York
..14 Unorganized Ter.
. . 9
Will call your attention
are neaaquarters for all
we are receiving FreoV.
k i nda
Stravvberri es eve
Oranges, Lemons and Earn
Just received, a variety
We have Pure Maple Sugar
mas ccr.ctsntly cn
nr. i s t a k e .
J. V. iMaktu
WHOLESALE A1T2D nSTlIZ,
CDTY SWEAT WiARKET.
PORK PACKERS and dkai.krs in UUTTEIi AND IJCCS.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AM) VJCAI.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
bugar Lured Meats, Hams. Bacon, Lard,
of our own make.
The best lira nils of OYSTERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
in cans and hulk
HEALTH IS WEALTH !
noii oi our Aii.eric -n merchant marine, and
imii'M au.-miM. ine ii:isk.ic. l.v .........-a.. ..r
n. i rr i-iii(i uni i i'h ifii laieii to work injustice
to la-ior by lcsseriii" the wni'Pa if iiiu
eaiieil In piepann- limtt-rmis as well dn those
directly einnloyed in our shipyards. We de
inan.1 appropriations for ihe ruriv ri,,,;i.i;.,..
of our Tiavy. for the cmi'.tnwt imw.f
fii tilir alio: s and inodern orilin.-i
approved modern mea-vs of defense for ti
mtection f our defenseless harlims r.n.i
itii-s. for I he n.-i vment of imt iirtii,ntn .....
sold. ers. for rece-sary work? of natioral mi
ixntai c- in I lie Imiii-nveiiienf nf tl.o i, ......
and chaii? els f internal, coastwiser ami
oii-kii niinmtrce. mr the encouragement of i
i the shiiniing iaterests of the Atlantic, Gulf
Til- -. i..
il is recoiiiuienvt,T tiiac no proxies be
aun.ittea to the convention except such as
Bio nem uy persons residing m the coun
ties irom winch the proxies are given.
io euairmen County Central Commit
V iiERKA2, At the republican state con
tention iic-:ti at .Lincoln October 5, 1887,
the folio wing resolution was adopted-
iic.wdrii, j nai me siaie central com
mittee be instructed to embrace in its call
tor the next state convention the submis
sion of the prohibition question to there
publican voters at the republican ri
Therefore, in accordance with tho
above resolution, the several countv ren-
tral committees are hereby instructed to
include in their call for their next countv
convention the submission of the prohi
bition question to the iieCiiLicAX voters
at the republican primaries.
oeo. D. Meiklejohn, Chairman.
Walt. M. Seelet, Secretary.
The standard rowdy for
plaint is West's Liver Pill;
disapp int you. JJO j.ills
rick's diu;i store.
lif v f-
Jr. H. C. West's Nerve and Brain Tre:.f rnt,t
a guarantee specific for Hvmcii niv,....u
Convulsions. Kits. Nervous Neuralgia, Head
ache. Nerveous Prostration ia ni-i.il 1. u,
of alcohol ortobacco. Wakefulness. Mentalfe
pression, Softeninp of the train resulting in in
sanity and leading to misery, decay and rieath
Temature old Ai?e. 1'Mrn.T.in.Ks i ..t - '
er in either sex. Involimtai v J.i hfes and r-er-inatorrlnea
caused by . over-exertieu of the
train. pelfahuse orover-liKl.il-'f nc F. ii i.i.v
contains one in entire treaiment. Si Wi a box
riit boxes or f 5.00. suit l.v im.ii t... i.i
receipt of price
WE GUABAKTIE SIX Efi-jers
io cure any case. With each order received
ny us ior six boxes, accompanied wlta if, m
we w ill send the Durclmser uur riti.ii "
tee to return the n.onev if tn in.uin,,.i m
I.?t effect a cure, tluarantees Issued onv t,x-
win j. Warrick sole aireiit. I'lattsnioniii nyi.'
ive a silver watch, tln.t
warranted by the jiwcjiy n.tn of this
city, to any c ue who biirs us 15 Acmly
caf-h frubK-iibtrs to the Daii.v lii pfp.
VKOLESALE & RETAIL
LFAI.il: IN TliK
If you want a trood
send us 30 subscribers to
Choicest Brands of Cigais,
Flor de Pepper bero'. sr.d 'Evds
FULL LIKE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTIC LES
always in stock. Nov. 2C, lfc63.
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