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T-iltt lAlLV HERALD:
i-j.A-rrsMuuTii, lSMUiiASiCA, ;.iuNIay, orroiucii . its.
HOW UNUSUAL MATERIALS ARE PRE
t PARED FOR THE TABLE.
Tli I'uor of Nunle Dellslit fa Se I'rclt-
- Iit Iledgrlioi; Cooked lit m Roman Titr
, Trrn Snail of Acreeable Flavor -Snakes
ua IMfflcnlt (Juration.
.-. On tlio whole, popular cookery lias a
fttroii'r likeness to popular poetry it is
full of i;ood idea imperfectly worked oat.
Who ran nay, for example, what inos
tanla ui'iLt bwomo if the fruits wore
treated with a little moro earo nnl 4r
Ronal ronsi.k-rutiou Leforo they wero
placed in tho mustard? As it is, there is
a hint of a new ilaror alxut it which
human ingenuity has not hitherto
brought fully out. liipo grapes pickled
ia vinegar, though th-ir merits aro well
known in southern Uu.ssia. huvo never
'"i-i-cM vel duo recofpiiliou in Knff
hJ. I. ut tlieso are IcHeficios rather
than food Tho fishermen all nIoii
tho coast from (i:ieta to Naples hare va
rious ways f cooking fish which are un
known i:i tho fcrcat hotels. Many of them
aro interest ii;; and might he attract ivo
h;it for thy .i (luminal in llavorof girlie.
J-'re: li sardines, crisply fried in oil, aro
quito adiuir.ililo e::tin, but tho li.slier
wen have discovered a moro excellent
way of dealing with them. They placo
them in a tdiallo'.v tin, emlxvl tbciii in
bread crumbs, add a few savory herbs,
pour a little pxd olivo oil, hqttcezo u
lemon or two over them, and then hako
thorn over a bharp fire. The result is mi
e'.tcted but not disagreeable. In f-omu
to-m a:iil vilhicjes of Northern Italy
tsmtill birds aro treated with tho samo ap
pivclativo kindness. They are roasted ou
a rrit before a sharp fire, nud then laid in
!;. Ao for a day or two and served cold.
I X l LA J. MATER I A I.S.
No one will suggest that ;here is any-tLi:!-.?
common or unclean in such food as
h:v; Irion mentioned; it does not even bor
der 0:1 impropriety, but may bo freely en
joyed by itiii of nil M-cts mid nations.
An soon as 0110 turns to unusual materials
prejudice asr.erts itself and tho
jf:-i:: nl becomes unsafe. In central and
a .. isiderabie part of northern tiorinany
:iau wlio eats a rabbit oecomcs a
I outcast; in England many rc
. bio citizens indulyo shamelessly
.m mild form of dissipation. Tho
NenjKliian poor are not as a rule dainty,
tut whilo d-diirhtiii in sea urchin thev
lorl; down v. i:h scorn upon the Calabreso
because tlivy eat to:i h.Iug.s, which, if prop
erly rooked", aro not very nasty. Nay,
vo:i in ourtr.vii country there was a time
r.-Iien person;; scoffed tit fro.s; now most
Englishmen who have Iks-h to Paris know
that, if i.ropcrlv treated, thev add a new
tO't to din'.i-. r, if not to life.
TJio old p;-ejndi-o r-ainst snails still
o?it ruu, jet there are at least two
t'.folo kinds which are worthy of all re
pot. Tl:ey must Ixi kept und fed cleanly,
Jiefern'!y on vine leav.-s. for some timo
Jieforo 1 iiT used, but whe:i this lias been
do:n bwt'.t torts r.dd u peculiar and areo
e!lo llavor to several ck-ar ro;!::i, end or.O
cf them when Ijolled. chopped :,u;all and
fJk-wed to cool, greatly improves any
tsrvnn salad. Do not let tho h isty reader
i:i:airlni that they have rny resemblance
A the er.i.o:i periwinkle.
COOKING A IIEDOEilOO.
Ile-Iijehoj? is good, at least for a change,
end it used to 1k well eooke in a small
tavern in tho t.hctto of ltome, to which
artists frequently resorted when their
fcirita were high and their funds low.
According to an aged South Italian sports
man, they should bo killed in the woods
and Immediately Ektnned, and then al
lowed to hang for a few hours, and. after
being trussed with their own quills, be
roasted before a bbarp fire. The sturnng
should be made of their own fat, finely
chopped with breadcrumbs and such sea
soning as stiits the cook's taste. Of course
Bo one with a sense of decency would
think of eating a hedgehog which had
been employed for months in hunting
blrck luetics in a cellar and was only
lnngbtred becnuse be showed feigns of
Jnakes nro difficult question. The
force of civilization is against them in
every way. though in a few north Italian
towns they aro considered delicacies, tid
thoe v.-ho" have eaten of them declare that
they aro superior to eels, ns they aro less
rich a;:d have a more delicate tlavor. Ono
vot;U not like to give v.u opinion without
f-outo practical exjKjrience. and no ono can
lx expected to travel to the nighborbxJ
f (Jernvi in tho early autumn for the
mere pr.rpse of eating stewed serpent.
Many other animals occupy a similarly
dubious position. Jays a:iJ crows are
vaid to m :!:e excellent soup, even when
thev are v..-!l stiicken in years, though
their l:e.-h is otherwise worthless, lint
why do wo accept the calf and reject the
fosil? Why do we regard bear's paws as a
dainty anil roasted cat as r. crime? Tastes,
of course, diti'er; but this is not a matter
of taste, but of imagination. There are
persons who cannot eat duck and green
peas, and others who aro unfortunate
enough to find no charms in oysters or
caviare they are to be pitied, not
blamed. London Saturday Review.
Publicity of Private A flairs.
There were never so many books in th3
world as there are now, and never were
mankind so gregarious. In fact, now, a
thing of privacy is almost unknown, and
jff":iv conceivable; people 1 ivo under one
iino'ther's noses, and looking down one
another's throats. Tho newspapers tell
all that is. and are accused of telling even
more, sometimes. The windows of our
bedrooms aro at the mercy of passengers
in tho el?vated trains. If a distinguished
inan Is ill, wo pass our days and nights at
bis bedside, and watch the operations of
Lis physician and surgeon: if there hap
pens a war at tho ends of the earth, it ia
fought at our own hearthstone, and the
map of tho scene of the conflict is drawn
on our dining table. The obscurest mur
derer or swindler Is our familiar compan
ion, and we discuss the domestic affairs of
Kuropean . sovereigns as confidently as
those of our next door neighbor. Julian
Hawthorne in America.
Dmden't Street Car Lines.
A BaltLmorean. writing from Dresden
to a friend hi that city, says: "It was
here that I saw the best managed street
car lines. The bill boys are men, and the
'jaded' hill horses are 'fiery steeds;' all
the company's employes are uniformed,
and such uniforms are not on our police
they look more like our military dress.
The cars are spotless, double decked, first
and second class, roof cheaper; first class
fare 15 pfennings, or less than 4 cents
from end to end of the route, and 10 pfen
ning for shorter distances. The horses
r Lie rS Lc ani ar evidently not
t - 1 -u-r- rr- -tV
Three Rules for Walking.
Tlds remark of the doctor's brought to
my mind tho case of Ware, tho intercol
legiate amateur. I remember a talk I onco
bad with him. We were at the samo
hotel and I asked him to give mo arulo for
"There are three rules," he Bald. "In
ordinary walking the arms should be al
lowed to swing naturally, and in this way
the whole body is exercised and invigor
ated. In fast walking this movement of
the arms is correspondingly increased and
greatly facilitates tho fieed and comfort
of tho walker. Fast walking is univer
sally recognized as ono of tho principal
branches of athletics, but no port en
genders bo much controversy or Is bo
unsatisfactory to its votaries. It is,
of puirse, an artificial gait, and thero
foro requires a judge, who is usually
a superannuated walker, with de
cided ideas on the Bubject. If these
judges could only bo brought to believe
that as no two men are alike, bo no two
have an exactly similar stylo in walking
and that a walk may bo fair and yet dif
fer widely from their own ideal, walking
would assume tho rank in athletics to
which it i.s entitled, but 'to err is human,'
and a man may train conscientiously and
honestly, endeavoring to cultivate an ir
reproachable style, only to bo disqualified
in Lis first race. 1 have often heard men
highly praised by competent judges of
walking, whom equally good j;:dgcs had
pronounced incapable of fair walking; in
fact, in no other sport is there room for
such wido variance of opinion among pre
sumedly holiest and intelligent men.
''i'ho fundamental principle of fair
walking is that ono foot must bo on tho
ground all tho time; this is Imperative,
as can easily be demonstrated by trial.
A violation of this rule must result in a
run. Another idea on which judges
hhould lay great stress is t hat tho knees
must not bo lent when tho feet strtko
tlio groynd, and remain rigid until after
they le.fvo it. This is absolutely neces
sary in fast walking, although a man can
wiillc fairly with his knees bent if ho tries
to, but nothing can ha more awkward or
unnatural. This rulo necessitates a third,
which is that the heel of tho forward foot
strikes tho'ground simultaneously as tho
too of tne rear foot leaves it. This gives
rise to tho popular expression, 'heel and
too walking.' Any one who observes
tiicso rule:-; will walk fahly." 1). J. lie
(irath in Doston Globe.
Lt-sier "kVallaclc'ti Perfect Coolnesn.
M. Wallaeli was known in private lifo
an the concentration of coolness. This
characteristic is illustrated by an anec
dote in Howard Carroll's "Twelve Fa
mous American j."
Wailaek was playing in "Ilorae." Just
afi-r uppcaring disguised ns Col. White,
und being ordered from the houso of his
father, who does not know him, u num
ber of persons in the audience shouted
"IxHik behind you! Look Ijehind yon!"
Mr. Wallack quietly turned and noticed
that on the stage mantelpiece tho candle
had burned down almost to tho socket
and ignited the paper which was wrapped
-.round it. This was in a blaze, and k
curtain which hung above it was oa the
point of taking tv.
Tho danger was imminent, but the
actor was equal to the occasion. With
out the least show of excitement he drew
tho candlestick away from the curtain and
held it, while the burning wax fell fast
upon his unprotected hand, and all the
time continued to deliver the lines of his
part, thus completely reassuring the audi
ence. When the danger whs past, to loud ap-
fdause he said, fciniply, of course inter
ining the words; "Well, the governor
has turned me out of his house, for which
I am exceedingly sorry; but I at least
have tho satisfaction of knowing that I
have been instrumental in Baving the es
tablishment from destruction by fire."
A British OSlrer's Criticism.
A distinguished British officer, writing
to a private friend on the death of Gen.
Sheridan, says: "My conviction is while
Sheridau was every inch a soldier ho was
not a cavalry officer and had no idea of
how cavalry as cavalry ere and can bo
useful in war. The country ho knew was
not a country where cavalry could be
used. Sheridau was a first rate mounted
infantryman who too- op tho Confeder
ate Gen. Stewart's Stnart'sVj lino of ac
tion, and having unlimited resources ia
men, horses and material at his back, did
most admirably and has loft behind him a
great name in the United States, never to
be forgotten by any who value tho Union
as restored. "
Now, it is perhaps well to see ourselves
as others teo us, and I am therefore glad
to be able to cite these words of a gre;t
and acknowledged authority for the bene
fit cf those whom 1 Lava listened to in
Europe with some av.o when they averred
that the United SLctes cavalry to this day
aro not, in the German, French or Eng-li.-;h
sense of tho word, cavalry at all, but
mounted infantry. Loudon Cor. Nevr
Market for Ilumau Hair,
There is at present n scarcity of fancy
human hair in tho market. As I said, tho
scarcest hair is pure white, and its value
is constantly increasing, and if it is"im
usually longthat ia, from four to five
feet tho dealer can get almost his own
price, while if it is of ordinary length it
is worth from GT3 francs to o0l francs an
ounce. The fact tLat pure white hair is
tho court coiffure throughoiit Europe
keeps the demand for it very high. It is
much prized by American women . whoso
own hair is white and who desire to en
rich its folds, for white hair is held to
give certain distinction to tho wearer.
There is no fancy market for gray hair.
It is too common- It Is used to work into
wigs of persons who are growing old.
Still, the woman who shot herself through
the heart the other day because her hair
was turning gray was a foolish creature.
She could easily have found, you know,
pleasanter ways of dyeing. Emile Nou
veau in Philadelphia Times.
Area of Far Famed Siberia.
Siberia itself is a far more' extensive
country than most people imagine. Mr.
Keenan says it could hold the entire ter
ritory of the United States, with the great
annex of Alaska included, and then leave
room enough for all of Europe, outside of
Russia. Russia's Asiatie conquests, by
the acquisition of Chinese and other ter
ritory in Tarioussars, have carried the
southern bounds of Liberia far southward,
where the almond and the orange can
flourish, while its northern limits are up
on the frozen Arctic ocean, adjoining
Alaska. Hartford Times.
'It Is a well authenticated fact that the
The republican of the United States, assem
bled by thetr riellKHten in national convrutiou,
paUDe on the thrctholtl cf their piuceetliiiKS t
honor the memory et their llrst Kreat leader
and Immortal champion of llbeily and the
riutitsof the people, Abraham Lincoln, mid to
cover also with wreaths ! Imperishable re
iiieinlinince and jrratlt mle the heroic nioiics of
our later leaders wlio have been autre recently
called away from onrcoinieiln, Intnl. (iarlleld,
Arthur, Logan and 'onklin. May thrir mem
ories be faithfully cheilshed. We also re all
with our greeting and prayer for hit recoveiy
the name of one of our liviinr hcroi a whose
memory will be treasured in the history both
of repiiblieuut) and of the republic The name
Is that of tlio unble Koldlcr and f uvoi itu clil!d
of victory. I hllip 11. Mn-rldait.
In the fpirit of those great leader and of our
devotion t human liberty, and with that hos
tility to ad forms of (iespiitiMii ai.d oppression
which is the fiiud;iiuei:t:d idea of the republi
can party, wen iiil Iratcnal congratulations
to our fellow American ol lirall upon their
great act of emancipation which completed
the abolition of slaverv throuhoiit the two
American confluents. We earnestly hope we
laav todii congratulate our fellow citizen of
Iri-h birth upon tho peaceful lecovciy of home
rnle for Irelai.d.
WK JNFMIIM 0''IS I'XSW'I'.BVICll IlKVOTI.i.N
to the natioiia' constitution and to the iuttin
soluble union of states to the autoonmy re
served to the states under the coiiMitntion. to
the personal lights and liberties of citizen in
all s:;tie and territories I;, the union and e
peeially to the siip'eme ami sovereign light of
every t it i.en. ijcli or poor, native or foreign
bom, w hile or biaiiK. io cat ie free ballot in
tl.e public e;eell'!s ami to have '.hat b.tilot
duly counted. We hold a free ami honest pop
ular ballot and Im-i imkI tnal reprcclitation
of all im ople tto'hc the foundation of our re
publican govi-rni. eai anil demand effective
legislation to FecMie the iiitegiity an l purity
f election wh ieh an- I he film tarns of alt pub
lic authority. We chaige that t lie preset. t. ad
ministration a::d the democrat le majority in
eongreiia owe I liir existence to i he suppressii n
of t'ie ballot by tin i.i.i::Wi il ir.lli':eat n cf i lie
eoi.'stittrioli aiid laws o! the l iilt'ed hites
e an uiMTomi'iomis'iigiy in favor of the
i:u rii'a ii sj stem oi proieel ion. V- e protest
aai:is! t he'dcsti iici ion piojosed by the pivM
4 1 f -: 1 1 .n.i !;u ).:i! :y. 1 !ny tfj-ye tjje jl'Ieij'tta
of hinoi e
w k w i i. st l'l-oi: r itki:hts of amkimca.
We arcept the r-ue, ami certiileiiMy api cal to
the people for I heir judgment. The pi i.tective
system must be maintained. Its abandonment
bas a'wavs be n followed by Lei.eml di t-ter
to all iiiieic-t-s cccjt those of the unnirer
an I slr'illV.
We di-i.i mice lite Mill' bill as deslr'.iettva to
general biininess. labor, and he fat tt'iiijr inter
ests ot the couutiy. and we heariity emlorse
the eonsi-teiit an ' p-Usiotif. action of the iv
!"!!ii:c:iii itpivs.-nlaiivt's in congress in oppos
ing Its passage. We condemn the proposition
oi i ho demecrai h- pat t y I o place wool on the
f-ce list iiml iiisis- that I he liinies thereon
slia 1 l.o ;:ii:-;c'i ami taaiutajned so ;u to fur
nish full ami adequate protctuioii to that iu
Tin I' l-ul liean pally vnuld i ft'ect all needed
rediieti' i: cf th : atio'nal revenue by repealing
the tax s oi. tti!i;i'iiO. i;!h are an arrogance
and I'lirdei: to agriculture, and the tax upon
spin s used in the atis; aud for n et-liui .ial pur-
po ;: , ami by niei' revision of the tartH laws as
will teini to ,i.i!.. iitii," ; o' tiicU a tick's as
a e piei!i:ectl by oi i' j'"' 'c. ilu p' net ton of
which give einp! "! to our labor, ami ic
IciiM' from Impost di'.iies thoe arl'cb-s of for-
it'll proittiet ii'-li. t'J'e;t I tS C iil'i --. tilvt iilvi! t-f
hieii cannot !i ).roiiietd at home, there hall
still ri iuain a I : re e r revei lle than is nquisitt
for the waul of government, i f internal taxrs
lather t ban sun em'.er any part of our eretoc
tivc .svsleitt i't tie joii.t hth st of the wlii-Ky
litig r.tid agents i f fi reign p'.aanfact i:r. rs.
AH.MNHT l',H't'it AMI I.M:Oi; 'i'lU'S S
We i c;.'ai( l.o-.t.lily to Hie it tjo. ruction into
t; is ci i::!ir ;f f,.i'i-ii coiitr.-ict 1 sbor and of
rhiiiese 1: l:oi-ali-n to our eivd'zatir.n and our
( ci:. iituio:i. ;:;.d v;? it:n:2!il t;i" nu 1 ;;.foree-ni-lil
oi exiril ii g ,ivt aaitisi it alio iavdrMicli
iiii'iieiliat'- livislaii i: as wnl t xchide sucti la
b';r fioiti ii'tr niton ;;.
We declare our opposition to n'l ctXiibtljH
fi.sis of capital ertat ietl ia trusts or other-
wire to coutr.:! aiiittarilv the cmdition of
t !:;!'. aa't'tig i ur cii i.ens and we recommend
io cowgiess and the state legislatures in their
respective jurisdiction' such legislation as will
prevent the execution of all scheniee to oppress
be pec pie by image charges, op t)pir mirvplies
or by tiuju t rates tor the transportation of
their products to market.
we approve legislation by congress to pre
vent alike unjust burdens and unfair d crim
ination bet w eon states.
1" P.LIi: L.A'l LKOISLATtOX.
We reaffirm the policy of atiprop: lating thb
nublic lands of the L' hiti l States to be home
stead? tor American en izeis and settler not
alien, whic- the leptiblican parly ctibljslipd
in li'-2 aga nt tRe ierlste.it opposition of
the democrats in congrtsts. which has brought
our great westei a domain into magnificent de
velopeme' t. '1 he res oration of unearned land
grants io the public domain for the use of ac
tual scttlers.w hicli was begun tti-dcr the ad
miiilstration of I'res'ilent Arthur should be
continued. v e deny that the democratic party
has ever restored one acre to the people, but
declare that by the Joint action of republiuahs
and democrats about IH'ty million acres i f un
earned land, originally granted for the con
td ruction of railroads, liave been restored to
the public domain in pursuance of conditions
ins'.rted by the tei'ubiicati party in the oiiL'in
al grants. ' We charge t e democratic aumlni
tiatinu with failure to execute laws securing to
i-cttiet title to theii liomesteads and with tis
Inn appropriations made for that purpose to
barrass i'nocent settler with spies and prose
cution, under the false pretense of exposing
frauds and vindicating the law.
A DM 1 MM ON OK T KitlllfOHl F.S,
The government by congress of the territor
ies is based upoH necessity only to the end that
tliey may beeonte st-ite in the union: there
fore, whenever (lie condition of population,
material resource, p blie intelligence and
morality are Mich as to insure stable local gov-erimie-
l therein the people of sueli territories
fhoti'il b permitted, a light inherent In them,
to fon.i for tie m.-elves con.: it til ions und state
government- and lie ad tted into the union.
I'eiitiiuir picpniatl u for statehood all officer
tiierei f slio'iid he deleted treni bona fide
resid- nts and citi.etis of the territory wherein
thev an io s,crve (south Dakota should of
rig't be inline iate'y admitted as a state in
the union under the cotistitiitioti framed and
adopted by her people and we heartily ct-
ilere the J-ctoi oj the tept'.plicnii senate lu
twice passinir bill for i'i r admission. 'I lie re
f sal of t h" democratic houseot lepresenta
tivc. or iai"ti'tn part se. t orab! v oon-
-ider tlit'se bills i :i wiillul violation of the
s reit Amcricai. tirioi in'e of local self-govern
oient, an I merit the condemnation of all just
men. I he pcni!i::g bill? in 1 he seuate for acts
to enable the i.-eot,le of Wishingto't. North
Dakota aiu! Moiiiaiin i territories to form coii
stitu ioti and cstab!fsh state governme ts
should be passed v ill. out uiiiieces ary de'-fly.
t be re. ubhcaii pa-ty pledges inself to do a 1 in
is power to fact! it at e the admisioii or t lie H r
ritoi ie of Xr w Aiexicii. Wvotnitig. Idaho and
vrt.ona to the enjt.yieent of self-govern:npiit
as state. Such of t hem as are now qualified'
is soon as possible. ;i:d ethers as soon as they
may beiviiic no
THK MflllMO J OfKaTION.
The political power of the Mormon cburch in
the tenitories as exercised In the past l a
meiiance to free institutions too dangerous to
te long .suffered. T err fore e p edge the re
publican party fo appropriate legislation,
a-serting the (ven igi.ty of t lie nation in all
the tt-rrit it ie w here the SBine is questioned,
hiid ia furtherance of that end to piape
upon Hie statute book legislation stringent
en ugU to divorce i olnical from ecclesiastical
power. :mii.1 thus stamp out the attestant
wickedness of ptilygamy.
'J lie republican party is la favor of the use
of both gold and silver as money, and con
demns the poey of the democratic adminis
tration m it etior's to demonetize silver.
We liemat.d the reduction of letter postage
to 1 e- in per mice.
Iu a republic l'ke ours. wlire the citizens 's
the sovereign and the ollici 1 the servant,
where no pow r is exercised except by the wi 1
of the people, it is important that tlie sover
eign reopie shtiuld pisess intelligence. The
free -chool is the promoter of that iutel igence
which is t preserve es a free nation. There
fore, the state or nation, or both coubtned.
should support free institutions of learning
sufficient to fiord to eveiy child growing up
in the land the opportunity of good coininon
Ot'K MF.KCHAMT MAKINK.
We earnestly recommend that prompt aotion
be taken b c rp'jss in the ei actment of such
eginti'nu as will best secure the rehabilita
tion of our Au. eric it merchant marine, a rut
we protest against the passage by conaress cf
it Iree ship bill es calculated to work inju-tice
to latx.r by lessening the wages of those en- '
fraged in preparing materials as well as those
directly employed in our shipyards. e de
mand appropriation fori he early rebuilding
of our navy, for the construction of c at
fortifications ud modern ordinance and other
approved modern mea- s of defense for the
protection of our ief useless harbor and
cities for the payment i f Jtrt pevionsto our
soldiers, for necessarv w rk of ftstionai rn
portspe in the linprovetusut of the harbrs
s"d clianrrlti ft leternal. ce-'wl r . nn.l
i - f - v t
country, promote trade, open new anil dirct
markets for our products and cheap- n the cost
of transportation. We nlilrm this to he far
better for our country than tne democratic
policy of loaning the government's money
without interest to "pet banks."
The conduct ot foreign atlalrs by the picent
administration has been distinguished l.y inef
ficiency and cownrdice. liawug withdrawn
frviu the senate all pending tit-a'ics etferted
by rcpublicui! adinintstrat iot s for the removal
of foreign burdens and restrictions upon our
comiiieiee and for Its extension into a better
market U has neither allected nor proposed
any others in their stead. profesing adher- I
eece to tin: Monroe doctrine. It hits seen with
idle complacency the extension of foieign ia
lluence lu Out riil America and of foreign trade
everywhere among our nrighbots. It has re
fused to charter, sanction or encourage any
Aineilcan organizy! ion for construciu.g the
Nicaragua canal, a work of vtal importance to
the maintenance of the Monroe ilo.-IM'.e and
of our national inlluenec in ( eut ral and Son! h
A tnel lca, and liecessat y Io the devi l . pinent
of tr'itb with our I'aciilc teriltc.ry, with Sotrh
America, and with the further coasts of the
We arraign the present democratic adminis
tration for its weak and unpatriotic treatment
of the fishciies iuestioii, and its pusillanimous
sui render of all privilege to which our llshery
vessels are enti led in Canadian port under
tho treaty of isis, 11. e reciprocate mat-inline
lei. islation of IKta and enmity of nati'ins.
and w hich Citnadian fishing vest-els receive in
the ports of the United Stales. V e eon lemii
theiilicyof li.e iresent administration and
the democratic majority i" congress tiwards
our lWhiities na r.n';ieiid!v and conspieiourly
uiinatllollc and as tending to destroy a valuable
national industry and an lnd!peii.slble resource
of defense against f reign enemy.
The name of American applies alike to sill
Citizens of the rcpjbll -. and imposes upon men
alike the same o' ligat ion of ob'd ien(; to the
aw, a t the same timed izvitsbip is and must
be the panoply and safeguard ot hJm w ho weais
it, shoiiid shie'd ai d ) n teet him whether high
or lew, i ieh or po r. in ail bis civil rightn. It
shiiutd ami must. aiVot d h!m I r.itcction at home
and follow and protect him abroad in wliatcver j
land he may lie on a lawful cii.;n! !
i'-ivi .- : i .
Tliil )i:i:ll w hi aii ,.:.), .i.e.! tho lepuOllean par
ty lu IsSI and continue to adhere to Hie demo
cratic party have deserted not only the cause
of honest government, but of sound finance, of
freedom and ptitity of the ballot, but espec
ially have deserted the caujeof reform in the
civil service. We will not tail to !?cep our
iilcdfes because ft:"" h:te l.roi.-in liieirs. or
be a'liu thiiii' Candidate has broken L;s, We
tberciore r(ea (mr declaration of 1HH4, tow It :
The reform of civil service auspiciously begun
under republican administration should be
ecmpleted by a further extension of t h" reform
system already established by law to all grades
of the service ;o which it is applied. Thespir
it and purpose of rcfoiiu Jihoiihi b o'nsi-ived in
all ei.rr.iif i-'e at'iioiutiaeiits. ami all law at
variene'e with the obj:t of exist ing reform b g
islation should be repealed, ami that the dan
gers to free i list il utions which lurk in the pow
er f nte'cial pntrounee m -y L,o wisely and ef-fe-tivdy
The gratitude of the nati Ml to the defenders
of the union cannot be assured except lv laws.
The legislat i:)ti of c-ingres should conform to
the pledges m;i.Jc by ;i loyal p.-ople, .tnd be so
enlarged and vMeuitc-l a to provMe against
t he possibility tlt-t any man who honorably
W'-re the federal uniiie m shall bccon.i' an In
mate of an a!iiishtqi-ii .r ticot'iid-nt on i rlvate
i h.U'ty. in i lie icsefcp f an ovei flowing
treasury It wou'd b" a puhlb scandal to d less
for those whose vahr:':s service preserved the
government. We ('enounco I'm hostile spirit
stiown ny i rcMUent Cleveland hi hi numerous
vetoes of measures for pe-.. .., au-l the
actio:, r.f ;i..; (!i ,tHri:i ;i: tc house of representa
tives in refusing even consideration of general
pension legislat ten.
In support - f the principles Vf rewjt'.l r-uiiii-eiated.
we invite Hi- ('-i'-crit!i'ii , ,.iiio;i
men oi a!i panics, t Acci:.li y of ;;H working
men vlioi'i; pi'o-p' iit v is sriotiri.y t in o-tencd
by tl.e fii-e ti;;!-j j-o-n.'-v of H-c profci-nt aduiiii-
lSti ;;l joi,,
'i he t'ust eo ccrn of ft'.l good government is
the virtue and sobriety of the people xnd the
purity of their homes. The republican partv
cordially sympathizes with all wise hnd well
directed effort for the promotion of temper
ance. BUSINKSS DIRECTORY.
S. F. TflOMAS.
Attornev-at-Law and Notary Public. Oifice in
l'itzgera'd llick. i'lattsmouth. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Atterney-at-La w. Will give prompt Attention
to all business Intrusted to Mm. Office iu
Union Block. East side. Hattsmouth. Neb.
AG K I C U LT V li A L I M F L P1M F N TS.
1IALL& I KAKi,
Agricultural Implemeitti, Couttland I.tiggies
and Kutbt'ord Wagon, "tlnixl Timber and
Hone Dry." sold and Warranted. Main street,
between Sixth and Seventh.
KIKST NATIOXAL BANK,
of riattsmotttli. Capiti'.! S.Ki.oit ; surptit Sll,
0(K). John Fit.uerald, President : S. Waugli.
t'ashier ; P. White, Vice-President. Board
of Directors : John Fitzgerald. F. E. White,
Jno. K. Clark, D. Hawkswortli, S. Waitgti.
THE CITI7ENS BAN K,
of PlattstnoiitL. t'apit-1 stock paid in. o0.0tin.
Frank t'arruth. President : W. II. Cashing,
t'ashier; J. A. Connor, Vice-President. A
ireneial banking btiiies transacted. Collec
tions receive prompt and careful attention.
Blacksmith und Wagonaker, Dealer in Wind
mills, Pumps and Fittings.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boots and Shoes. Repairing promptly attended
to. fr'outli Side Main street.
BOOTS AND SHOKS.
A complete assortment of every kind of Foot
wear and cheaper than the cheapest west of
the Missouri Kt'.nr. A1m tti inuicii luring and
BARBEK SHOP AN O BTfT ROOM.
Hot and Cold Ba lisat all hours. Ladies'
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor.
and Main, under Carruth's.
Bread. Cakes, Pies. Runs, etc., fresh daily.
Party. WeJd-tig and Fa'cy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
Bookseller, stationer, ixm ew-s Dealer ; Fancy
(roods. Toys. Confectionery, Fine I'tgars. Soda
Water and Milk shake, Pianos and Oig.ms and
Musi al Instruments.
S. &C. MAYER,
Gent's Furnishings, Fine Tailor' Made Clothing
in MenN. RojV and Children's Wear. Their
prices defy compeiition. They misrepresent
iioth:iig. 1 heir Wm,I is Their Bond.
Chth?r(r. Fn nisliiug Goods (Jo to the o!d rOt
liable house fi r Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Roots, Shoes. Maiu street, next Casst'o, Rank.
C. E. WESCOIT.
tlotliing. Hats. Cats, itc. Fine Furnishings
our specialty. One price and no Monkev I'.us
iness. it ays to trade with us. Rock wood Rlk.
U C.VKRUTH CANNING CO..
Frank Car-"' 'lenry .1. Streiht. Proprietors.
Packers o- theC itnax IJraud Vegetable.
1 ru!ts. Conrectionerv atid Fine Cigars,
rt. p. SMI ! II & CO.
Dealer in Wall Paper. Paints. Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &. Rockwooi Block.
GEKIVG & Ci.
micals. Paints, Oils.
li F. O FleTCKE A CO..
Drugs. Medicines, chemicals. Paints. Oil,
V.irnih s. Dye SMitT eti . Fine statloaery,
Select T diet and V.mzy Articles.
DRY(l")OD3, GtOCEKIES. 7
f. . WHITE.
Dry Onods (ir-icr- Notions. Generat Tter-
r )i ' re- ' -- r
f Word fro
Tho imports nco cf tho rccul'.-s cf tha prtsont political carnr-t'CM ran net to
ovcrestim.Ud by thoo who do.':ro llie sit:cc.fi cf tho r.c;,u.Uc.o r-:r.y. Tho
DemociaU;, bocldea tlio "Gotid Couth' aro, la tho IIorLh i'-.t:-. rv l.cct behind
breautworka of pu'ciic ratronaee. It Will Uiko u'eady, t :-rS'., and unltod
work to dUlougo thcra. No hint.' will so ureiy brina about Unt stvuity, o ir
zest. aud uaiteel wcrlc as tho circulation ci sound political htcr.iturt, i,nd Oi-'
THIS CLASS NO OTHGit IS AS EFFICI2I JT AS TIIK DAILY AND VEsT.
LY NEWSPAPER. Spooche3 and docurnems aro road ly ih f jw, nnd wl:m
road are Uid acido; tho newepapor ia tha liroldo fnond, tlio truutod fArnily
companion. Its InlluoncoH continuous, constant. Tho I-Cc-publlcau-j can rj-.
aid their paity better tlian by circulating
?Theo Dailif o
It 13 a live Republican Newspaper, and has boon faithful urn mR tho falthlo.3 In
Cbicaco. No man l:aa over qur.tionod itj eoundno -a on tli i pi Hf orm, bee iU:so
the principles cf tho pla'form havo boon advocated by THE INTER OCEAN"
many years. PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRIES AND AMERICAN
MARKETS FOR AMERICAN PRODUCERS havo been ita b-iUlo crlea from Uvj
beginning. It did not take it elx weeko to ascertain whether it could utand on
tho platform or not.
Republicans hivo done much to aid in tho lncu'.catio.'i oi also poliWtl
doctrines by patronizing papers that advocate them. Why 'should thoy do ro
when thoy can avo.d it by tubocribing lor THE INTkli OCEAN, which Ij
acknowledged to ba
The Rest and 7A,ost Reliable netvfipaier
Published in Chicago? In enterprise, nw.i, oditorial ability, and overythinir
that goes to mako A COMPLEX E NEWSPAPER it ia ua.-xcallod by' any of
Every Republican ought to eubscribo for it.
Every workineman ought to aub3cribo lor 1
It Is the paper for all classes of patriotic poopla who boliovo In protoctlnti
thq homes o America.
You can subscrlbo through your nowadealor or po3Lmi3tor. If you aro
,.-.'-- 3 r- -,-, s?Tlrj direct to th oice of publication. Samplo coploa aro
c.lvw'.y .'.c.t . - - . .iwuiw-j
THE INTER OCEAN,
I- IE3 IE2
AND ALL KINDS OF
11 LIT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND
PORK PACKERS and dkai.ers in PUTTER AND EGGS.
rOllK, MUTTON AND VEAL.
THE BEST THE MARKET
Sugar Cured Meals, Hams. Eacon, Lard, &c.
oi our own make.
Tlie bent liriinds
DRY GOODS. i.ROCKR IKS.
K. ii. DOVEY & SO!?.
Carry a larn ritoek of Flue l.rrx-erips. Dry
finotls. Carpets, (j.ieensware. Notions, -iid
Fancy Roiulo, to be found in tlie county. I'p
per hi-A n btr-et, between 5li ami tli.
DR. A. T. WITHERS.
"Tlie Painless Dentins." Teetli extracted
without tlie least pain or harm. An ill rial teet n
insert e immediately after extracting natural
onex wlien deired. Sold and all other Killings
strictly flit class. Oflijje in L'niou lilock.
Furniture. Bedding. looKin- Olanup, rieture
Frame, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
Furniture, rarlor Suitu, Cplio'stery Ooodri.
Stoves. (Jneensware, Tinware, and sill kinds of
Household lioods. North tiUi street, between
Main and Vine.
GENT'S FL'RN'I UH I M ;nl)-.
. J. IL D KLLY.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hutu-. The most
complete and llnest sfoek In the city, t'arruth
Bltfck, Cor, 5th and Maiu.
M B. MCRPIIY Jk CO..
The Leading Dealers iu Groceri. ( rockery.
China, La ps. Wooden and Willow ware,
Flour, Fced,&c. Cash pa'd for country produce.
LEHNHOFF & SOENNICHSP'N,
Grocerie-, Proviiions, Glassware nd Crockery.
F. M ("COURT,
(ireen. Staple and Fancy Groceri"?.
BENNETT A TUTT.
Staple and Fancy tJroeeries, Green Fruits and
ALT.. B '.CII.
Grocerie" and ('leetisware. Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Ctnlerv. Riddle House.
Staple and raney ;-'cer'es.
Crocket y. Flour and Feed.
Proprietor Citv H-itel. Terms. t.oo per day.
Special Aitenfion uiven oitimereUl men.
W. G. KEEFER.
Successor to . M. Str-inlit.' Harnei-s, Sadd'erj
Goods. Net". Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur
Hardware. Stoves. Tinware. Table and Pocket
Cut!ery, Rasor., etc. Household Sewing Ma
chinei anl Jewel Gasoline rttov. 'iinwork
ofalikiad done at re isouable prices. Main
ftreet, Roekwood Block.
B. A. McELWAlN.
Watclies. Clocks. Silverware and Jew&lrj.
Special Attention given to Watch Repalrlntj.
Inter o QoGcrn)'
VINE. PL A TTSM O UT1 f , NE.
J. AV. Wakthis.
AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
of OYSTERS, in cans ai;tl l.ulk, at
0 J. SCH LATER,
Jeweler. Waltliam Watches a specialty.
Street, near Fourth.
C. M. HOLME-? & SON'.
Tlie Checkered i'.am. l-iveiy. feed and Kale
stalde ; parties conveyed to ail partnof tlie Pity.
C'arriHKe at all traim. Cru-r Vinu and fitli.
Vlio'est.Ie and Retail Dealer In First
Beef, Pork, Mutton Veal. J.auili, etc. hixth
stree-, Neville Block. Prices moderate.
J. II AT r & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Render ilinlr own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main wtreit-
Fl'?s. Poultry ic,
of !iative stock .
We use oi.lv the best trade
Oysters and tame in chhoi.
MERC1AT 'i A I LOR.
C. F. SMITH,
Merchant Tailor. Main t-treet. over Merges'
shoe store. Complete tock of sample, fit
euaranteed. I'rices defy coinpetition.
M" Tlliner V.
MRS. J. F. .IOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latest Styles of Mil
linery and Tri i ii iriin us : alto Cliiblren's and J i -fants"'
Bonne s. to be cl(s"i out at ct.
RESTAURANT AND LUVCH ROOM.
Meal and Lunches sei ved t' order at a"l hour.
Ali) Oysters, i iirrirr. Too tccu, I'op and Cider.
Opposite Riddle Hoiip.
Q AMPLE ROtiM.
KRAIIM & K LI ETCH.
Sample Ro.un. Impoi '! and D'imestic W'ne,
Litpiors and Ciijarf. (Inly straiuht no.xls han
dled. Milwaukee Botlled Laer a Specialty.
Cor. 5th ami Main St.
THK A MKRK'AV RYCIf VflF
Nik Cuniilinrham. pr'tprietor
Choice A Inew.
Liouors and Cigar. I'ool and
Rddle Hon e Block.
THE ELKIIORN SALOON.
Win. Weber, proprietor. Man ufc to ren of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. Agent for
Fred Knit's Celebrated Laiier Beer.
JnIIV BL KK.
Sample Room ami Billiard Hall. Choice Wlnex
Liquors and CUarn. IMiiard ami Pool Tables.
MANUFACTCRKR OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TIIH
Choicest Brands of Cigars?;-
Plor da PepperlrV and'OuJs
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