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THE D A i L V ii Eli A L I) : I'LA riSaiouTxi, xtHSKAsKA, .THUAi", OCTO lUli i 5. 16SS.
The Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
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(First ('unxrer.si-risil Kisriict.)
W. J. CONN ELI.
Von STATE SF.NATOR,
MILTON D. POLK.
(OK FLOAT KKPKESKNTATIVF.,
JOHN C. WATSON.
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N. 31. SATCHEL,
FOR ( nt NTV ATTORN KV,
FOR f'OMMISSlONKR. 1 ST. DInT.
A MM I Ii. TODD.
Many a demagogue ami so-called
reformer, who never labors himself eithei
with brain or hand, but live oil" the in
dustry of other?, isthe loudest shoutei
in the cause of labor, and claims re
eminence as the friend of workhigmcn.
31. IX Polk the republican niunmei
for state senator is a young man it is
true, but our democratic friends need
build no hopes that that grave crimt(?j
will inure to their benefit. The rcpubli
can voters of old Cass will forgive him
for being young and give him a splendid
The outlook in Indiana is altogether
satisfactory from a Republican point ol
view. Gen. Harrison has the confidence
and admiration of the people in adegrei
which makes success certain, and his
majority will be larger than the state has
ever given for any other Presidential
Unless extraordinary change occurs,"
says the New York Htrabl, "Now York
is lost and the Democracy i3 beaten."
The Democratic chiefs are aware that
that no "extraordinary change" can now
occur except one that would be more
disastrous to their party than the present
conditions. 3Ir. Cleveland is serving
h'S last term in :he Presidency.
The reduction m price of every article
on our customs li:t which is produced
here in important qu intith s has been
greater in the United States within the
past twenty years than it lias been in Eu
rope. There is no exception. The drop
in pne j in every sing e instance has been
greater here than tin re. The price of the
manufactured portion of the aitichs
clee.l as neccssrries of life i. but little
greater now in this country than it is .in
any other part of. the world, and this
slight difference is steadily being lessened.
3Iessrs. Democrats, these arc statesmen!
which none of you will dare to dispute.
These facts, too, you will o!serve, knock
"the studing" out of your theory that
"the tari'T is a tax." Globe Democrat.
Notwithstanding derogating influ
ence?, among them the strike being the
greatest, 183 has been as prosperous a
jenras Plattmouth has ever experienced;
with ths exception of 18S7 more resi
dences have been built than during any
year of it cxistaiicee, and the sound of
the saw and hr.mn.er ti ill be Leard far
into the winter. Tne public impnn !mccts
this season are of n character that put
the finishing touches on the foundation
of one of Xcbrnsk.Vd future great cities.
With our city well lighted by gas, our
magnificent water system, street car line,
substantial sewerage and macadamized
streets, Plattsmwuth may well claim a
front seat among the rising towns of
The constant and steady increase of
her population, is a graifying omen of
growing prestage. The improvements
in the new additions to Plattsmouth
speak loudly of present prosperity, par
ticularly so those of South Park. A little
ove a year ago a Herald representative
passed over the ground where the addi
tion was then being surveyed, a recent
yisit finds it almost a town of itself; the
building boom has not once ceased since
the start and the building of houses al
ready planned will reach far into 18S9.
One thing that speaks vol u ins for the
substautiubility of Pluttsmouth, is the
f iCt. that notwithstanding her great pro
gress she has not yet beeu atllieted with
i fictitious real-estate boom, there being
only a warranted increase in value, hence
good residence lots can be bought today
for from $100 to $:io0 and business lots
from $1000 to u'000.
At the close of 133 the Herald will
give a review of the work accomplished
during the year, which will probably be
a surprise to those who last spring
thought the strike had riddled the town.
$500 Not Called For.
It seems strange that it is necessary to
persuade men that you can cure their
discuses by offering a premium to the
man who fails to receive benefit. And
yet Dr. Sige undoubtly cured thousands
of cases of obstinate catarrh with his
"Catarrh Itcmcdy," who would never
have applied to him, if it had not been
for his offer of the above sum for nn in
curable case. Who is the next bidder
for cure or cash :
1'al'ios of tliu vtur.ir.t-uita.
"Tlirro goes my vacation!" exclaimed a
Norw ich working woman the other day, but
uu oii'.'saw it go or could comprehend the
weaning of tiso remark until felio took her
plato of false teeth from Ler mouth in two
(.i-ecs. With working jieoplo vacations hold
iy i very slender thread. Norwich Bul
etin. ; ' -
let that cold of yours run on. You think
it is a light thing. But it may run into
catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or con
sumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is
langerous. Consumption is death itself.
The breathing apparatus must be kept
Healthy and clear of all obstructions and
offensive matter. Otherwise there is
All the diseases of these parts, head,
nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs,
can be delightfully and entirely cured by
the use of ISosehec's Herman Syrup. If
vu don't kn'-w this already, thousands
nid thousands of people can tell you
rhey have been cured by it and know
how it is, themselves. Bottle only 75
cents. Ask any druggist.
The Daily Herald
1 K'ts. per week.
What Indians Have Done.
Indians in the United States last year
cultivated CiT.-Go acres of land, and raised
M 1.033 bv shels of wheat, 0o4,072 bushel3
of corn, rl2,V.il bushels of oats and bar-
v, 524.C10 bushels of vegetables and
pnd 101,&!S tons of hay. They also owned
o.lJ.334 horses and mules, 111,407 head of
cittle. 40,471 swiueaud 1,117,273 sheep.
We will pay the above reward fcr any
ci e of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
he idache, indigestion, constipation or
co tiveness we cannot cure witn
W st's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
directions are strictlv coHiplhu with.
They arc purely vegetable, and never
fid to irivc satisfaction. Large boxes
mtaining 30 sugar coated pills, 25c.
F r sale by all druggists. Beware of
c mnterfeits and imitations. The gen-
u'ne manufactured only by John O. We
fc Co.. 82 W. Madison St. Chiciigo.aud
Sold by W. J. Warrick.
Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
preferable to any other for
trie cure of Blood Diseases.
because no oisoiious or deleterious
ingredients enter into the comiositiiii
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains only
tlie purest and most effective remedial
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is prepared with
-xtreu; care, skill, and cleanliness.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is prescribed by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is for salo
every v here, and recommended by all
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a medicine,
mid not a leverage in disguise.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla never fails to
effect a cure, when persistently used,
according to direelious.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a highly con
cntrated extract, and therefore lhe
inost economical l:lood Medicine in the
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has had a suc
cessful career of nearly half a century,
and was never so popular as at present.
Thousands of testimonials are on
file from those benefited by the use of
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
, Trie fl ; tlx bottle, f. Worth $5 tottla.
w livll Em
IjOA'T you know it ? Of course you do and you
will want warm Underwear , Blankets, etc.
Q UR Line is Unsurpassed by any other line in
the city. A handsome
ARIETY of Seasonable Dress Goods, Broad
cloths, Henrietta, Cloths '3 Trecots, etc-
YERYTIIING in Blankets, Flannels, Bed
Comforts, Hosierv, Battings, that you will
OU will not regret looking 'our different Dc
)artmcnis over before purchasing It will
RUGS and a Handsome Line of Car
pets, Malts, Floor Oil Cloths, and Linoleum at
We continue to oifer
SPECIAL PRICES !
and Extra Good Bargains in La
dies, Children's and Misses'
Other Branches, such as
In all varieties. Our Stock of
Is very complete. Iiemeinher we
oiier a Special
15 Per Cent Discount
On All Woolen Underwear.
A Call Will Convince .You,
) i mm
'AS A CCIL
As a I. " -. ' :
Sel.s i -
As one poet's n -
And fiou-cn r.:
needs urn :
lake liei-s it i
Ilor sneccii I:;
The scepter, I:
l,n I I .1 . .
My Deak I.
on my usual ;
I want to tal'v
you, so can y
pair of da-s" .
tho dear oh' ;
Of course I
anywhere ::: .'.
ding of the '
had. It v.;.-.
May, and v. in .
con 'it ry to t . i .
dueed ouu c!
knew, hut iii i
a few hours; :
dermic of i,; -
I i!.pt f,.r i
t'n.it v.a:; p;: :
and part ly I s
When I ir.
realization i :
wiiero I was,
further I r.i::.
My friend. :
moii fir a l"
had reserved ; .
drawing rou;. .
from t ho dr.: ..
uof)rs and le-.
library, woi s
iusl ailed. !!;
again was 1. :
ing closet, c: . .
dreamy remen.!.: "
watcher lie.r :
eyes I was 1' '
any part of .
which slie L. .
vacant, and I
tho had gone
and I could ; :
open the do:.! 1
bo that my
I lllUrit IkiA v.
seeme d to wai.
sciousiiess c'i' !
knew also tS;:- -looked
towar I '
kouio one sitil.:.
Siio made no ; ;
meat to show
looked v,-ith i !
liglit, anil tli! ;
nie, but a Kti- -never
seen. :v.: .
ill the 1::;; fi:'
unfamiliar, I '
face turned ;
earnest gaze '. .
for her tro:i'.s .
deed, the wh '
face was ext ; :
she had b'. . :;
folded on !:: i
lay bad; i:i 1 .'.
of the deepe..'
light enougii f.-.-very
greatly who s
at all wonder ';
Presently t!;e 1 1--:
it did, grow l!
turned i.iy eye
doors, shade:! '
were gone! e.nd
length of the
damask of oi l
sufOeioutly di .
to the farili'-. t
note every p:::
my lovely .
that t;ha was 1 ' .
which was uy.. : .
broad, rather I
up and tied wi,
veiled the v. I:: .
tho round fair:
the elbows, nr. .
silk gown si.
her lovely kk'..:
light, she v.i.s .
Suddenly I :
sea blue eyes. :
welcome, :'.::i :
sav. cntc;-'.!:.; i
niuu i;i nuvi.i . .
closed behind iv . s
heil out to :
love was m )-'.
1 ent over t':.
fore her, with n
ho t:.i;:e:l very
knev fror.i 1.. ;
Bailor was he '
power to giu:: .
was to be f.s t :
tend or word e :
his he-art :zv"i
ing weary u;o:.:
and saiilod o.i 1.
left her h:i:i: - 1 .. .
her from Li i J :
her, but I cu;:. -givo
him v. 1. . .
heart grew vcr .
great sorrow, cl-J. :
no word nor st-v
strange way ki:.
lier. when at la e
"And this i - :
only this? Nat
to keep my hear,
cad in perli;.; , .
that ara all in i: .. .
lovel Ouly 1L1:
keep thee, my .;
come back, thc:.l
Th3 grand, pr .
fhona iu his cLii!: i
uovezient ho l
one kiss on her tv.
Lurried from th? r
As tho heavy c
fair girl, weepiv; '
her pretty hariii .
call to him to c.
ti . i - i
; I go
' " 'a
- t a
; as u
. . :n-
. .. of
. ; ich
. . her
s f f
. I I
: t.: r
- - i
. . '. :l j
. ..::.ts :
:, if i ;
i and ;
s'-i the '
. i to
i i -at
To.j hde! lid
him what ho had asked.
She sank nlmo.st fainting it pen a sola,
and after a little whiln IL d.x-c opened
again and I raw enter u yoiin;; nriu not
the samo but another. This iMtfnl.-.o wiii
hi a dress of some inilit: ry f.. hi-.ni. v. i:h
l.ij swin-il girded round uboul luru, mid ho
was us fiiir as tho o'.!:! i- 1
and 1 perceived, too, that l!. !
l'a'ltit likeness between the t v. -I
wondered wa t thia o:io t-.o ,.,
tho wars, like the old i'.uighi-i,
loocomo to say farewell tot
luvi'd? and which of 1 1.
love? She looked tip as be -:u:i
lier eyes were si reaiiii:"; 'il!i i
ho Mining to her hide t.vl !'
knees before her and laid l.i
young faeo in her h::n Is, i i
liow crc.'.t hob:-. ;.ho!i him.
niaidv that a strong man
b". '!" 11 1 f.
if:: olf Id
;o riil ho
two ::d :d
il on his
hi :ti. t il'td
I I could HO
II is nut 1111-
hli 'M.l Weep
;;i'ii.l'; i! ml
. i i i nil.:..
sometimes. 1 ma.eh.'il how uu uus
Well she gave this one nothing either
onlv tears and smiles, as to the other,
and when he had kit l.-r f ! wrung her
hands, on which 1 h.-nv t lie i ich jewel
flashing with all their lovely colors, ami
fled found fro throii'rh t he gr it room in
u"onv, but with ic all 1 1 e.-r.l mi word, n
sound of weeping, llor Moali
then it all laded away t::i
doors and Iho heavy curt ;:.
again in tho dim, shade!
went to hie: p wonderi:.;,' v- h
and who the.-o wen: to .; I !
knew that this was a l!i:;! ; ;
pened once in that very rou' i
l:i t lie morning v. J - :i my
with my Ijreakf.it I t 'i 1:
is it, that in nil tie-
never told mo the s.tors c :
tlii.s house? I thour.'i:
about -ill vov.r old I i 1 1
bears n:s v.cil as i
here's evident ly a il.ii
you must Jiave a story
So then I told h-r v.
asked her who t In ' v.'. ro I ha! ;:'
thus to their old haunts.
"Vou'r.) ;.(!i-e you raw iM tl.i-'.' it.
couldn't have been"
"The morphine? Not u !.ii
now I know you've found
see it," for she looked cuv
a moment, and then u far
came into her eyes as if she
to recall some !i;!i, half for.
I was becoming tonr-what
when ielio Midd-idy "cei::e bai
'Pard'!! i!e, but, now 1 thh
didn't it si l ike y :i tliat you v. .
out of place? that i.i l.ut, i.
fce-1 as if you oii;r!du't to bf tin .,
iiiiikllo of all that sentiment, i
".Not ill the U-l'.l . It never
;; 1 !'! ,
1 o t il I
,.:t I ha
. !'. I
. . hiiif
r . and
1 I:.o for
:c I ( 1 1 itl'f
ii : c n t iiin.''.
:;!. i' il,
.) i:i tho
curred to l.:e to lh::d; of i
and I fanevthat with the! i
moro conseiou.-.ues-; d' i :y j
with mo tiif-i'c ;v..i l.i re-
sound of their voice.,; thou
: ; ; (hull
;.i i it or i no
h I :-"(.;, Hd to
dl occult seieliCe,
;t cf il, I eonld
lt clear to You
know what they were 1 likin.:,' about. I
was simply outside of their consciousness."
"Xow, if I wore up in
Buddhism, and the i
make tho whole tl.i
"More likely to make it miJi. r than
ever to both of us, 1 should .s.iy."
Sho went on, calmly ijuori.r; my sar
"I haven't th" smalh-.-.t idea .what 'as
tral bodies' may be, but th.it i.i probably
what you saw, the astral bodies of kouio
poor creatures that are j;ivc:i a sort of
v. naiever iii'-y were, r !: tv
not have been," f i:;! en-iipt d.
hotly, "the fact e:;i..ts l'..r i t!;
present, for me 1 sa.r .h-:-:lv
have told vou! and that ( .
bodies, or any ether !,
that Irive lived' and havu
fcred too, I am entirely ;
is tpiite enouyrh to lai-n r.i
tiiem. iso, ii you
story! and if they v
t hey that I saw I
know il , 1 hen the
family history th'.
"Ion e vi l "i'i 1
X hi ;,
: :oh r
i, . .
, I v.:
a: d .
. V '.'.(! .
that, they who take no delight iit theiieedd
of their ancestors will not ! likely to earj
much for tho doings of th .; deeeudaaia
"'I lie noble deeds it is. my friend; and
they whom I haw last i i.-;!it never did any
deed you hhould In; loath to 1; now or to
tell. Corny imw, b- ;.i;i. My cciT-.a was
life restoring and tho ro'.l.s bJ for
goddesses and I am huiij'.rin h,r other
i : t v.-
ii t.:'.;o. i
;( rve of
"Well, we are not fie
ourpho:-;ts; in fa t I had
we had ever had cne, j ius
which is it? a wholo
such as you sent to i.
However they sc":i to !
their confidence, ho it mu
complete tin biiKiniT.-, 1,
key to it. But keep i; io
"In -reat -;rreat -," rand !'. r
cswitter's tim; in Ib.l!..
so fur b.i'.!: for i sv b.-'r;
slim crew v.: b ;.( n .' :
Trench family that ha.d J!
during ti.o reii:p.-jus p i.
friencisuip was handed o i to ;.;r.-at
mother Magdaienl jo yo.i la.y.v
I nodd d.
"And to hor 1-vh:; care- av.! rr.i
hhip was l.-ft a v ry l.-raut ii.il
maiden who came inio tho l'r
and was i i all respects a dait.thtcr of th-;
house, l.er pre; ty iai;.i,- v.'a:, Isabel Bar
berine. Sho was k:.ov. u ir.ivcr- lly a'
'ia Lobe L.ai-oc-nue,' at. 1 wdih leas-.a; bat
: vo d i ''ovei-ed.
i-:-ve f'. ven y -i
-.: b'i lawful to
( ivinsr you tbsj
her vr-i .tchlect-
! 1 I !..17.; to co
ad.-.'C- a I i ii ;al-
i..i ii a: d a
i i.:l Holland
v.L o I
I lied not tell yj;t t
seta her; her portrait v.a:
very dress you d: sen be"
So that v.a:; why I ?; i
"She was a bit of a
and fully enjoyed all
rreat beauty and l.er ch
t pired. though h'uc- f - -rood
and generous of a ...
tier almost counties .3
(ruished two, tho two y.;
iasupcrable di;ri'."'i:' v in
choice b;'.we";i i;:c;a; ir
not kiio'i- whie.
lor yo i bavo
paiaicd iu tlu
: v: I -, !:n-.w her!
'.' " a 'ia ! :!,'
tie d vu'.i A r
::;: of mt.nac:'
y.M 1 l ave boc.'i
1 v. i'k i.A. A' ie-i"
a. tor.; t a cliitin-
f .;.'. iihv had
tec. I. i.. h'eriied
g-iil act::ailv did
.rd Left. Bvidl
the laws of counterpart s tho should havo
loved the dark raan. cud homctiiucs so thn
did; but then the fair laddie was so beau
tiful! So v.-iuuius' and sweet ! How v.-c
ehe to help lovi-ac Liui'f And t o tho did
love hLoi, and Lo'loved htt- so dcvotedlv.
"How could ehe ever break 1 i-? he-i?
And eo it went oa itiiiil the taikr lever
had to joiu his buvj aui ro to .s.oa r.ui tho
fair haired bov was c
rc.orcu to caty i j
. .--w IVJ lii-J I.Ui.
inc ia which all their hearts wi ro brok' a
and when all that either could win from
la hello" was that tho Wuvdd civo her
fair self to the one w ho fchovdi c a:e btc!:
taker? Di'in't 1 say it wa3 dttih-- tctii
war or other? Ivolutiouary cr ileii
can" ."Iran! they vrcro a cccttzry apart!"
"So they were it mu.-;t havo ben tVn
revolution with what a Jiao :-t rep:i.:
tioa do wo eav 'tho r-jvoiutlou;' &i i'
there had been but on ea t v. j did it!
of couisa It was the revtiulita J.ud tLj
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