The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, August 02, 1888, Image 2
Till" DAILY IIKKALD: fLAXIBMOuTU, MEBKASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. 1888. The Plattsinouth Daily Herald. IsT O T T S BBO Q., Publishers & Proprietors. THE PLATTSMOUTII 1IEUAL1) Ii published every evening except Sunday and Weekly every Thursday morning. ICeKis tred at t!i Ksiilloe, 1'lattnmouth. Nt-br.. K lo-cond-clas matter. OnU-e corner of Vine and Fifth otreets. . TKRMS FOB DAILY. Oiia copy one year in advance, by mail 9l oo One copy per month, ly carrier 6 One copy per week, by carrier IS TKRHS rQ WKBKLV. One oopy one year. In advance $1 so One copy ilx montns. in advance 75 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOJt PKEXIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. Democratic sources of imformation place the great G rover on a fishing expe dition; but since the expose of his (ad ministration) appointment ly the New York Tribune, the malingers of that Journal think he is planing a sneak on their fresh air excursion. Its fresh air this administration evideiitly needs. Mr. Cleveland must go. If any of our good democratic friends doubt it, first gaz on the "rogues gallery" exposed by the New York Tribune with its ad ministration galery of wife beaters, de serters, swindlers, gamblers, dog-fighters, scoundrels that reviled Lincoln and made scarf-pins out of the skull of a union sol dier; drunkards, forgers, blackmailers, and ballot-box sutffers, etc. Then if you nre not confounded, dumbfounded, and convinced, gaze on the royal pilgrimage of private citizens who are daily paying their respects to the next president at his home in Indianapolis. The fateful finger on the great political deal of "88 points unerringly to the disappearance of the bogus reformer of the White house hi March 18S9. Mr. Morton is going to talk to the farmers at Weeping Water on "Revenue reform." We are informed that he will omit the woolen blanket and quinine chestnuts and go in on the railroad iron and cut glass necessities. On railroad iron Mr. Morton is expected to come out exceptionally strong. Mr. Morton should bring I'aul with him as a horrible exam ple of republican railroad trusts and combines, fostered by the protective sys tem. After the Journal man hears that address he will bo more and more con vinced that John M. Thurston is a rail road copper and fiend in human shape. An anti-monopolist like Mr. Morton stirs corrupt railroad tools and coppers up like a Jersey bull in a china shop. Mr. Morton's anti-monopoly anathemas do not, or course, apply to ihe C. II & Q. The democratic party is all! ic ted with a hereditary mania on the subject of taxes. It has always been the cry of that party when opposing any species of rev enue legislation that the dear people were leing taxed to death. John C. Calhoun when he was leading the Afiican slave interests of the cotton producing section -of the union, was against high taxes. The protective tariff which was building up tlte New England states and causing the north to '-blossom like the rose' was an infamous measure, in the eyes of the bosses of the auction block. They would'nt stand it and nullification was the order of the day; old Genl. Jackson was not the douyhace our northern democratic presidents have al ways been, he understood the bulldozer of the cotton plantation and nullification was stamped out for the time being. The c.y of high taxes continued however with that party until 1800, when the .slave owner seeing the ultimate triumph of the north in every branch of prospeii ty resolved to cut loose and destroy the union; still "high taxes" and oppression was the cry. When Mr. Lincoln and his supporters were grooping in the dark to di.-cover ways and means to replenish a bankrupt treasury to clothe and feed the union armies and furnish them pay, every step was opposed by the democratic party with the same old cry of high taxes. When the Morrill Tariff Measure was forced it shocked the democratic con science and meant "tax robberv." When the internal revenue tax was euactcd every copperhead in the north howled ft!out the violated constitution. TInir party was in arms fighting to destroy and that cry of robbery agaiu-t the "war tax" has been continued until now when the republicans and prohibitionists propose its repeal," the democratic party suddenly djoyi-r it is just the tax to leave upon the statute books. The fact is the inter nal revenue tax, in the opinion of the free trader, is the logical result of free trade. Protection for the jirpose of governmental expenses only, is ""illogical and absurd to the free trader; yet.j re cognizes in that step a complete breaking down of tint industrial system. A solid, oulh lias alwas detested on sectional grounds, "for revenue only" means simp ly a means of producing sufficient money to pay the bare running expeuses of the government. To foster an industry by imposing a protective duty is all wrong with the reyenue only advocate and if his revenue only plan does incidentally foster any industry at the expense of the people lie is illogical and unfair if he is not opposed to it and the only consistent policy he can advocate is to raise that "revenue only" by some fair means which does not protect and foster any industry at the expense of another, or of the peo ple. When this statesman is scratched deeper than the skin he admits, that di rect taxation is the logical sequence to his proposition. When pressed to ex plain how it conies that prosperity has been the result ot a system of protection, always, in this country he avoids by re plying "Oh well! we would have been prosperous anyway." When reminded that his cry of high taxes is a creation of his brain, he shouts that the dear far mer and the workingman is taxed by an unseen hand for almost everything they have to purchase;. When reminded that the necessaries of life arc as cheap under our protective system as they are in Great Britain while the woringman possesses immense ed vantages socially and physic ally over his free tradj brother in Great Britain, that he has better wages, more to eat, better clothing, free schools for his children; that he can acquire a home in this country, as the fruits of his better wages, and that instead of a state of serf doui, like the English operative, he at once advances to a state of manhood iu this country; he at once commences to raut about trusts and corporations and the general ruin Americans are tlneatenecl with by that policy under which we haye advanced to the very first place anions the nations of the earth. The poor old democratic is a fraud and we think the people have discovered it. foraslns for ITt Cats. The spectacle of a handsome woman in ni inmistaknbltt Worth ;own phu':;iir crass ut of u Fifth avenue dooryard v.-ouM, I am .crtain, l:avj attracted tut- attention of nil even less curious person than inys-vlr. TJi-J fact that I was well acquainted with tho .-harming wearer of tho g-.v.vn and had never known her t he cdicted to excesses of lunacy added to tho interest her act inspired in mo. Her explanation was simple enough, however. Sue was foraging for her cats. Pussy, it scents has a gastronomic fondness for grass second only to that which alio cher ishes for catnip. She devours grass, my fair friend avers, as a tonic, and a cat well dosed with grass will, she states, preserve its good condition against all the ills that felinity is heir to. Having two cats in her family, my gentle informant should certainly be an authority. She goes to the troublo of carrying a hand ful of grass home every day to her pets to "nibble on, and they do it justico, she says, as a properly constituted Frenchman would render its due to tho most succulent salad. They get the grass as a regular diet, and cat nip as an occasional reviver at this season, but in winter time have to worry along on catnip alone. An additional and curious item, ac cording to my enlightener, is that a fairly well bred cat infinitely prefers the dried pat nip one buys at the druggist's to the leaves fresh from the field, l'ussy will roll berself on the fresh leaves, and perhaps nibble them just a little. She' will roll on the dried cat nip, too, and then devour it to the last crumb and then stagger away to sleep otf her de bauch in a quiet corner, like any experienced rounder that travels on two legs. Alfred Trumble iu New York News. Pres Censorship in Russia. Tho drastic censorship of tho press in Rus sia is a curious study for Americana. We have most of us seen Russian newspapers with whole columns blurred out by the cen sor. Carlislo's histories of "Frederick the Great" and the "French Revolution" have onlv just been admitted to circulation. The queerest thing is to take the French and Russian editions of Rambaud's "History ot Russia" (London, IST.)), and compare them. No one would recognize them as the same work. But, then, as the celebrated Olga Novikoff once said to the present writer -You know our peasants are not allowed to know that Peter III was murdered by the Empress Catharine." The whole thing waa contained in that sentence. Delford's Maga zine. Italy's New Criminal Code. The new criminal code of Italy, just pro mulgated, abolishes the death penalty for murder or any serious crime. It substitutes therefor imprisonment for life. The first ten 3-ears is to be in solitary confinement at hard labor. At the end of that period, if the convict has conducted himself well, he can thereafter work among bis associate con victs, but is still condemned to remain silent. For continued good behavior he is to bo re warded by permission to speak occasionally. 11 case cf dueling the court has first to deter mine whether all laws of honor have been complied with, and then the penalty is six months' imprisonment for mere fighting. For death, five years' imprisonment; seconds in iho first case to have three months, in tho socond cise two months and a half. New Orleans Times-Domocrafc. Which are the two hottest letters in the alphabet? KN (Cayenne). A Warning. The modes of death's approach are va rious, and statistics show conclusively ihat 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 lie system and where these 'crnis falrfipou 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 ouset you must act 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 Bs- shee's German Syrup. It will giro yon ?nimcdiate reJief. I REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. The republicans of the United States, assem bled by their deliates In national convention, pauxe on the threidiold of their proceeding to honor the memory of their first Kreat leader ami immortal champion of liberty and 1 he rights of the people. Abraham Lincoln, Hud to cover also with wreaths ! imperishable re memhrauee and gratitude the heroic names of our later leader who have been more recently called away from oiircoiiiictlx, (irant. ;arlleld, Arthur, Louati and ronklinj;. May their mem ories lie faithfully oheiished. We also rerall with our greet anil prayer for bin recovery tht name of one of our living hcrot s whose niemorv will be t required in the history both of republican and of the republic. The name is that ot the noble mildier and favorite child of victory. I'hiiiii II. Sheridan. in the oplrit of those great leader and of our devotion t human liberty, and with that hos tility toad forms of despotii-ut ar.d oppression which is the fundamental idea of the republi can party, we tend Iratenial congratulations to our fellow Americans of i'.rnzil upon their great aet of emancipation which completed the abolition of slavery throuhout the two American continents. We earnestly hope we may noon congratulate our fellow citizens of Irinh birth upon the peaceful recovery of home rule for Ireland. WK AKHltM orTK FNSWKKVINO HKVOTION to Ihe national constitution and to the indis soluble union of states to the autoonmy re served to the stales under the eonetitntion. to the personal rights and liberties of itieis iu ail states and territories in the union and es pecially to the supreme and sovereign rilit of every citizen, lieh or poor, native or foreign born, white or black, to cast one free ballot in the public elections and to have that ballot duly counted. We hold a free and honest pop ular ballot and just and equal represent atiou of all people tube the foundation of our re publican government and demand elfective legislation to secuie the integiity and purity of elections which are the fountains of all pub lic authority. We charge that the present ad ministration ar.d the democratic majority in congress owe their existence to the suppression of the ballot by the criminal nullification of ;he constitution and laws of the United Stales, We are iincrompromisingly in favor of the American system of protection. We protest against the destruction proposed by the pre I dent and his party. They serve the interes-ts of Euroue WKWILL St'PPOKT I.VTEUKST9 OP AMEJtlCA. 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 disnfter to all interests except those of the uncuier and sheriff. We denounce the Mills' bill as destructive to general business, labor, and ihe farming inter ests of the couutry, and we heartily endorse the consistent and patriotic action of the re publican representatives In congress in oppos ing its passage. We condemn trie proposition of ihe democratic party to place wool on the free list and insist, that the duties thereon sha I be adjusted and maintained so as to fur nish full and adequate protection to that in t;u-try. The republican parly would effect all needed reduction of the rational revenue by repealing the taxes on tobacco, which are an arrogance and tiurden to agriculture, and the tax upon spirits used iu the arts and for mechanical pur pose, and by such revision of the tarilfl.tws as will tend to cheek imports o- such articles as ae produced by our peoj li, the production of which gives employment, 10 our laoor, ami re lease from import duties these articles of for eign production, except luxuries, the like of winch cannot hf produced at home, there hall still remain a larger revenie than is requisite for the wants of government, of internal taxes rather than surrender any part or our 1 rotec tive system at the joint belli st of the whisky ring and agents of foreign manufacturers. AGAINST rAV TEU AND LAI-OK TK1.STS. We r'eelare hostility to the introduction into t his country of foreipn contract labor and of Chinese labor alien to our civilization and our constitution, and we demand the rigl l enforce ment of existing laws against it and favor such immediate legislation as will exclude such la bor from our shores. We declare our opposition to all combina tions of capital organized in trusts or other wise to control arbitrarily the condition of trade among cpr citizens and we recommend o congress and tho utate hvulatureii in their respective jurisdictions such legislation as will prevent the execution of all schemes to oppress the perple by undue charges on their supplies or by unjust rates for the transportation of their products to market. we approve legislation by cor-gress lo pre vent alike unjust burdens and unfair discrim ination between Hates. PUPLIO I.A.M) MiOISLATION". . We reaffirm the policy of appropriating the public lands of the L'hited States to be home steads for American cil i.ens and settlers not aliens, whlcn the republican party established in isi'2 aganst the persiste.it opposition of the democrats 111 congress, which has brought, our great western domain into magriiticent de velopement. 'Ihe restoration of unearned land grants ro the public domain for the use of ac tual settlers, which was begun under the ad ministration of President Arthur should be continued. We deny that the deniccrat'c partv has ever restored one acre to the people, but declare that by the Joint action of republicans and democrats about fifty million acres of un earned lands, originally granted for the con struction of railroads, have been restored to Ihe 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 title to iheli homesteads and with us ing appropriations made for that purpese to harrass innocent settlers with spies and prose cutions under the false pretense of exposing frauds and vindicating the law. - ADMISSION OF TKRK1TOKIBS, The government by congress of the territor ies is based upon necessity only to the end that they may become states In the union: there fore. whenever the conditions of population, material resource", public intelligence and morality are such as to insure stable local gov ernment therein the people or such territories should be permitted, a l ight inherent in them, to form for themselves constitutions Jnd state governments and be ad t itted into the union. rend nit preparation for statehood all oflleers thereof should be (.elected Irem bona fide residents and citizens of the territory w herein they are to serve. South Dakota should i f right be immediately admitted as a state in the union under the constitution framed and adopted by her people, and we heartilv en dorse the action of the lepublican senate in twice passing bills for her admission. 1 lie re fusal of the democratic house of representa tives, -or partisan purt-ses. to favorably con sider these bills is a willful violation of I he sa red American principle of local self-govern ment., ami nieiiis 1 ue conuemiiaiion 01 ail just men. '1 he pending bills in the senate for acts to enable the neople of Wishingtou, North Dakota and Montana territories to form con stitutions and establish stale, governments snouiu oe passed wiinout unnecessary dely. I he republican partv pledges inself to do all in i's power to facilitate the admission of the ter ritories of New Mexico. Wyoming, Idaho and Arizona. 10 me enjoyment 01 sell-government as states. Such of them as are now aualilied as soon as possible. and others as soon as they may become so. THE MORMON QUESTION. The Political nower of the Mnrmnn elnn-eh in me territories as exercised in the past 1 a lenauce to free Institutions too dangerous to tie long sunered. There fore ve pledge ihe re publican party to appropriate legislation. asserting the sovereignty of the nation in all the territories where the same is questioned. and in furtherance of that end to place upon me Mature hook legislation stringent em ugh lo divorce political from ecclesiastical power, aud thus stamp out the attendant wickedness of polygamy. The republican party is in favor of the use of both gold and silver as monev. and con demns the policy of the democratic adminis tration 111 its efforts to demonetize silver. w e demand the reduction of letter postage to 1 c-nr per ounce. Iu a republic like ours, where the citizens li the sovereign and the otllcil the servant, w here no power is exercised excent bv the will of the people. It is important that the sover eign people should possess intelligence. The free school In the promoter of I hat intelligence which is to preserve us a free nation. There fore, the state or nation, 'or both conbined. should support free institutions of learning s jincient 10 nioru 10 evety eniia growing up i-i the land the opportunity of a crood common- tcl.ool education. OUU MERCHANT MAUINK, We earnestly lecnmmend that nromnt action be taken in c.rpiess in the e actment of such legislation as win best secure the rehabilita tion of our America merchant marine, and we protest against the passage by congress cf a free ship bill as calculated to work injustice to labor bv lessening the waires of those en. gaged In preparing materials as well as those uireciiy employed 111 our shipyards. v e de mand appropriations for the enrlv rebuilding of our navy, for the construction of coast fortifications nnd modern ordinance and other approved modern ineas ot defense for the protection f our defenseless harbors and cities, for the na vmeut of lust ner.sinns to nur Meddlers, for necessary wr-rlcs of national im portance in the Improvement of the harbors forclyn commerce, for the eac?. t cf the shipping Interests of the Atlantic. Gnlf and Pacific states as well an for the payment of the maturing public debt. This policy will give employment to our labor, activity to our various industries. Increased security to our country, promote trade, open new aud direct markets for our products and cheapen the cost of transportation. We alllrm thin to be far better for our country than the democratic policy of loaning the government's money without Interest to "pet banks." FOBKKiN KKLATIONS. The conduct of foreign affairs by the present administration has been distinguished by inef ficiency and cowardice, ilavimr withdrawn from the senate all pending treaties etlected by republican administrators for the removal of foreign burdens ami restrictions upon our commeice and for Its extension into a better market, it has neither affected nor proposed any others in their stead, professing adher ence to the Monroe doctrine, it has seen vilh idle complacency the extension of foreigu in fluence iu Centra! America aud of foreign trade everywhere among our neighbors. It has re fused to charter, sanction or encourage any American organizyt ion for constructing the Nicaragua canal, a work ot vial importance to the maintenance of the Monroe doctrine and of our national influence in Central and South A merica, and necessary fo- the development of trade Willi our Pacific territory, with Sou'li America, and with the further coasts of the Pacific Ocean. F1SHKKIKS QUESTION. We arraign the present democrat ie adminis tration for its weak aud unpatriotic treatment of the fisheries question, and its pusillanimous surrenderor all privileges to which our fishery vtssels are entiiled in Canadian ports under the treaty of 181K, the reciprocate inariu tine legislation of lsiio and comity of nations, and which Canadian fishing vessels receive in the ports of the United States. Ve condemn the policy of the present administration and the democratic majority iu congress towards our fisheries as unfriendly and conspiciously tin pal riot ic aud as tending to destroy a valuable national industry and an indispensihle resource of defense against, foreign enemy. The name of American applies alike to all citizens of the rep.ibli and imposes upon men alike the same o ligation of obedience to the 'aws. At Ihe same time cb izenship is and must be the panoply and safeguard of him who weais it, should shield and protect him whether high or low, rich or poor. 111 all his civil rights. It should and must afford him protection at home and follow and protect him abroad in whatever land he may be on a lawful errand. CIVIL SEKVICK KXFOKM. The men who abandoned the republican par ty in 1SS4 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 ially have deserted the cause of reform In the civil service. We will not tail to keep-our pledges because t' ey have broken theirs, or because their candidate has broken his. We I herefore repear our declaration of ism, towit : The reform of civil service auspiciously begun under republican administration should be completed by a further extension of th reform ssteni already established by law to all grades of the service to which it is applied. The spir it and purpose of reform should be observed in all executive appointments, anil all laws at varienee with the object of existing reform leg islation should be repealed, and that the dan gers to free institutions which lurk in the posv--r 'f ofEciiil patronage may be wisely and ef fectively avoided. The gratitude of the nation to the defenders of the union cannot be assured except bv laws. The legislation of congress should conform to the pledges made by a loyal people, and be so enlarged anil extended as to prov'de against tho possibility that any man who honorably wore the 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 for those whose valorous service preserved the government. We denounce the hostile spirit shown by President Cleveland hi his numerous vetoes of measures for pension relief, and the action of the democrat ic house of representa tives in refusing even consideration of general pension legislation. In support of the principle herewith enun ciated, we invite the co-operation of patriotic men of all parties, t specially of all working men whose prosperity seriously threatened by the nee trade policy of the present administration. Republican State Convention. The republican electors of the state of Nebraska are requested to sent! delegates from their several counties to meet in convention at the city of Lincoln Thurs day, August 23, 1SS8, at 2 o'clock p. in., 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 Duildings. And the transaction of such other busi ness as may come before the convention. THE APPOHTIONMENT. The several counties are entitled to re presentation as follows, being based upon the vote cast for Hon. Samuel Maxwell, judge, in 188'f, giving one delegate at large to each county, and for each 150 votes, and major fraction thereof: COUNTIES. VOIKS.ICOUNTIKS. VOTKS. Adams Antelope Arthur niaine Boone Hox Butte I'.rown Buffalo ... lUiller Burt iass ("edar Chse Ch rry Cheyenne Hay Co. lax uiiiing Custer . Dakota Dawes Dawson Dixon Dodge Douglass Dundy Fillmore Franklin.... ... Frontier Furnas !age ;ai field Uosper (Irant ( !i eeley Hall Hamilton Harlan Hayes Hitchcock Holt Howard Jefferson Johnson Kearney Keyha Paha.. Keith Knox Lancaster.... . Lincoln , bogan Loup Madioeu Mcl'herson ... Merrick Nance Nemaha Nuckolls Oioe Pawnee Perkins Pierce It . . . .. 6 ...12 . .. s ... 5 17 ... 4 5; Polk 7Platte S Phelps ...10 .. . 1 ...VI udtichardson. .12: lied Willow 27jSalir.e Sarpy . lOjSaunders . ?,Seward .10 Sheridan . s! Sherman .l! Sioux . :t - tan ton . 5 Thayer . 1 1 houias . 4j Valley ... 11 j Washington .in! Wayne . S Webster . 4 Wheeler . fiYork .11 Unorganized ler.. .. 13 , .. .ri ...li ..10 . U . 9 . 5 . 9 . 3 .11 . 1 M . 0! Total 671 It is recommended that no proxies be tidn.itted to the convention exceptsuch as are held by persons residing in the coun ties from which the proxies are giyen.- To Chairmen County Central Commit tees: Wuekeas, At the republican state con vention held at Lincoln October 5, 1887, the following resolution was adopted: Hesotred, That 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 republican pri manes, Therefore, in accordance with the above resolution, the several county cen tral committees nre" hereby instructed to include in their call for their next county convention the submission of the prohi bition question to the republican voters at the republican primaries. Geo. D. Meikxejobt, Chairman. Walt. XI. Czrxrr, Secretary. IE- P E B L ZMC L DEALER IN- STOVES. FURNITURE, AND ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS. -LATEST WINDOW K El'T CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 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