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TUB JJAll.V ifeliAlJi : PliCiSftouTn, r:,KA3KA, TUESDAY. DECEMIlEU li lsyS.
Tho Plattsmoutb Daily Herald.
KNOTTS 13 B C S.,
Publishers & Proprietors.
THK I'LATTSMOUTII HKitALD
I liil!isieI every evening except Sunday
aiii Wrvkly (.-very Tli urMilay morning. KkI
tcreit at tli )iitin;i', r.aitvinoutli. N'Htr.. i
-iuU-el;iA m;ilt.T. (flirt; rorinr of Vine and
FUlu Mret-t. Telfblioue .No. as.
TKKMS ft, DAILY.
One copy one jear in advance, ly mall.
One copy per month. byranirr
One copy erweck, by earlier
TRIMS FOB WKKKLV.
One eopy one year, in advance
One copy tlx mouths, in advance
Our Clubing List.
WfFKLV IlKRAf.oand V. V. World..
" N. V.Trl.tine.
" Omaha Kro...
" X. V. ITr-....
" X. Y. r(-t .
. .. a :
... 2 2"i I
up under a protective tariff. I voted
uuiiHt t!iu free trade Mills bill because I
I'clievc in protecting American iruluitrv."
The Mistakes of Moses
nud Intrsoll, uro common topic of con
versiiion, but the mistake we wish to
comment on hero is the great one so
many people labor under that consump
tion (which U really only Scryful.i of the
Lunys) ii an incurable disease, and that
there is no hope for one suffering from it.
This terrible malady, that yearly fills bo
many graves, can be surely cured, if not
too long neglected. Ue wise in time, if
you are afflicted with it, and arrest the
und-rmiiin; influence that in sapping
your life-blood, and hurrying you to an
untimely grave, by using Dr. Pierce's
(Joldcn Medical Discovery, a remedy
that never faih in its life-giving mission,
if taken in lime. All druggists.
a ijattd: of bulls.
THE DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WHICH
LEFT DOTH COM 3 AT ANTS DEAD.
A I'lt-ndl-li IVntriiy :u;.:.;i by an Ai
mot.! Human ln: !2i--ii . .An Antago-
Precipice by it
uikt Hurled from t'uu
Hull willi ll :ilh Wound.
Dont go to Omaha when voju want
' :ni I to iret vour beautiful nnilor mid lw1
Harpers Me J room sets but go to Henry IJoeck's fur-
Thomas S. JL'oore. a well L-nmrn nn,l
substantial citizen of Warrant count
Ky., tells a graphic story of a desperate
encounter that occurred on the- crest of
a knob of bis nci-hloi hood between a
couple of enraged bulls, in which both
were killed. The animals had wandered
t. il.. . I I . m
io uiesc liignis, and, xm sighting each
other, at once engaged in a duel to the
ueain. iliose unacquainted with the in
stincts of such rri'.nlnwo ...
" " "nin'i runii v i . .. .
imagine what extreme ferocity they Ck'Kr'Sct Court.
"""'-"s uuipiay. in speatin"; of the "";.
incident Mr. Moore said: ltf.Wy
iJeing interested in thn ctu.lt? sunt, of Tub. Seim.-.i
vz. tliv UIIUU
" . - - K.M. KlCIIKY
- - W K Fox
- Jamks Tattkrhon. jk.
" 11 v hon c'lamk
i Villon iiuiii.H. - VI . ...........
Marshall, - . - W II Mai
Councllmeu, 1st ward. i L "'kbach
' I A HAI.ISItUUV
" 2nd4 " il M JNK.s
J 1 IK. A .SlIH-MAN
" 3r,i ) M 1J MuurjiY
4i h j Con O'Connojb.
II Mt-CALLK.V. 1'HES
i .1 w . mvuv f ' . ..... .
n ..... t. . . . tit i 1 . . . . '
t li li HAWKSWOKTH
'J 'J y , V V. V
Deputy Treasurer, -Clerk.
- - .
Uecorder of. Deeds
Onk cent postage is one of the proba
bilities of the near future.
Jamks Mann, the axe manufacturer, at
Lcwistowu, I'n., raised his employees
wag'-s 10 per cent, on the first of the
month. lie did this because protection
had carried and he will have a steady
pale for his goods. So for protection for
the laboring man.
The Henderson t.tec-1 woiks, at IJirni-
inghnm, Ala., the Charlotte iron works
at Rochester, N. Y. and the Oregon iron
Uuzar...' 4 ir, niture emporium where you can get every lcing interested
Nei,' YlrutK''''1'1'' 2 ;'!:: ,,l5n' in the furniture line that will go to Kf ogy! 1 ''"Pl1
Z :..r.i.-i ii".:.-.: - nnkn rnur linmo !IMntir.,l .n,l .,..ft. at tunc, and vt
............. . - . " W....V.1- . . . 1. B. lOBD. Ull'l
3 io aide; and above all you can get it cheap. l" oo aiternoon by a fearful bel- Louis Koltz,
i It. niember that he who sells most can owulS- Looking soma distance ahead, v 1,ICK80X'
I. A. Campbell
Hi KO CltlTCIIKIKM
W. II. Pool
Jon.v M. Lkvda
W. C. Showaltkk
J. C. KlKKNBAHV
raa 6tartled about 4
sell c h capes t.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough mid calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold," and keep giving iheir.
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
.t i T.. . i .i " ... . . - --"
mey are uown wiin lung rever or con- "wier v. un a ingiuful energy. Above
sumption, when they can le so easily re- 1,10 crco ana noisy trampling could le
lieve.l by UliUOS' CIIERUY COUGH ,tiiri me grinanig or their interlocked
SYlSUPif It has no superior, and few ,iunis aiu! violent snorting of brutal
i b.t mo ammals advancing toward
each other with their nncna
ground, turaing this way and that, and
asung um;t into the air with their fore
leet. wiien only a few yards apart
they suddenly leaped to the attack with
.i iriguiiui nora ami began to gore each
BOARD OK SUPERVISORS.
A. B. Todo, Ch'in., - - l'lattsmouth
w w w-ww w-w x www w-w w - w w x
1.0L(,K No. 14. I. o. O. F. Meets
every iiieuar evening or enou uiwt i li
traiigient brothers are respectfully invited to
LATTMOUTH ENCAM PAt K NT No. 3. I. O.
O. r .. ineet.8 prv lit.rnuia i..
each niontli in the Masonic Hall. Visitinc
VKIO LODGE NO. 81. A. O. U. W.-Meets
PVri' ulrorn -it-j LVbbiu .ni tr .k
SIEZE IT! GRASPlTIHOLDlT!
"We arc opened up in the Lar-Mt ai I Ucst Lighted Jiooin in the
County. We hive a Tiviiiendtious Stock in anticipa
tion of ii long winter. We propose to cut
it down and will
Civ You the Benefit I
In order to accomplish this
Of it now before the Holiday
On Every Dollar's Worth of Winter Goods bought of us.
The latest Xoyelties of Neckties and
Mulll -rs at Joe'p, The Only One Price
Clothier in Platfsmouth. tf
and steel company at Oswego, Ore., have COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
all started up since the election. These
works employ several thousand men and
saves many a one from going hungry
thcHC wintry nights,
So much for pro-
iiiim is ii (i uuveriising sciieme, nut nn
actual fact, and we Guarantee it. Sold
I he Citizen as the leading republican by O. I. Smith & Co., druggists,
paper in the territory . .A tin appoint- WK), 1ootswith rubher3 mluct,Uo
nieni or t,oi. i.ewis ollley to the gov- at Slierwoo.l's mens arctics only
crnorship of Arizona. He is worthy and c at Sherwood's sold elsewhere for
well qualified for the position, a man of
broad ideas and full from hat to boots Don't
of practical amnion sene. He knows lU;li cold of yours run on. You think
the wants of tin territory and can we t is n liSUt tlJng- Hut it may run into
eaiaiiu. r mio pneumonia, or con-
n.. i. : - .t : Ar -r-.
v.iiaiiu is ius"usiin. I'neumonia is
dangerous. Consumption is deatli 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.
Pointed horns, Tinw
Ktreams of blood shot down their necks
Unit Kll OH U-llllo tlir.il 1
Vl,,t ; i : 4i 7" J T VV. . i v.o.-uucu no&irus
.... ..... mt "unu mo u'.isuu 3'ou euiicteu a reuuisii loam,
will congli and keep coughing and still 'The prodigious strength of these
keep trying inferior medicines when magnificent animals thus brought into
lir.tiiiS i:ni-JKKY COUGH SYKUP will violent, activity anorded a spectacle both
positively relieve your cotisrh at once? ous anu umiling. Tlie exertion
nop.NS CSED LIKE DAGGERS. hall. Transient brother are respectfully iu-
realed tho tigerish character of tlie on- er s it. A. Taite. Financier ; u. f. HoJ"
rc. sis with wide st t limbs and tails Wecortler ; M. Maybright. lteeeiver;
curling in the air they charged aain p r v?'.11.11'! ,i Hi w-,: 1- N-owen. Guide ;
.tabbing with their pointed ho?nX f Kudz, Inside V- J:t-1,
IASS UAMf KO.iii, ,Pi..:i;
day eveiiiui! at K. til i ii-ni'
I'roiners are reiiuestd lo nn-i-r nn n , j
Newcomer, Veneraolt; : nsil ; ; - Nile
WOl thv Adviser : S i . Wi!.... u . ........ ' iv i
i ;:: i-Mirtli Mon-
l .vil imnsifiit
of the encounter, added to the pain of
- ;i i.t-ttjy miucteu wound, mtlamed
PLATTSMOUI II I.OOOU N. 8, A.o. 17. V.
,7 etits every alu-iuaie I-'riduv evei.iiif,' at
lock wood hall ht H u'cloflK. All transli-nt ln.t h-
tneir combative Bpirit to the pitch of T :r;' m r v . "V7 ,i,,v,l,;l '? attemi. l.. s.
temstuous fury, ne of the bulls, Jto? h&riiy
lowing n a temnorarv ndv.nnfaor.
plunged his horns into tho chest of his pMf.XTrV
h ? upward eaclunont'h.at their haiL "aiY transienTbrJt
jw. .,tt,,, iiiiijcu uieil mo uesn ! aie i-uiuiauy iinnou to inret lu us.
honestly believe, do more towards filling
these wants than any man resident here
in. Arizona Citizen.
A MECHANICAL NOVELTY.
The remarkable Manncsmann process
of making seamless tubes is described by
Mr. F. Siemens as consisting in passing I nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs, peration shown only in wounded ani
the red-hot bar of solid metal or "lass :in ,,e delightlully and entirely cured by
tlie use of lioscliee s German Syrup.
lnned onen tlm flh
to a depth of several inches, while from
ine I-ing wound jot3 oi arterial blood
oegan to spuit. m a towerint' passion
and with gleaming eyeballs, "charging
furiously upon his adversary, the
wounueu uuil drove his horns into his
alsdomcn, making a honiblo oienin"-
inrougji wincii tne entrailj gushed.
'The impetuous and stormy nature of
the contest had carried the combatants
io me verge ot tlie cliif, but, blind with,
deadly fury, they saw no danger. Each
iuoiuui.v Mounueq ana weakening mo-
ixitiiiuwiy nom proiuso iOis of blood,
waged tlie battle with that fiendish des-
between revolving conoidal rolls. These
rolls are so arranged that the varying
velocities of revolution with which ihe
different parts of the bar are brought
into contact cause the formation of a
hollow through the bar's centre. Tubes
a foot in diameter, with a shell only a
ywu dcift know this alreadv, thousands
and thoimands of people can tell you
They h--ive been cured by it and know
how ii U, themselves. Bottle only 73
cents. Ask any druggi&c.
All parties knowing themselves
mals. It was evident, bowovpr iis-f- n
crisis was near at hand. The situation
had resolved itself into the grim condi
tion of a death struggle. With lowered
heads they backed away a few yards
defiant, implacable, and again collided
with a force tltat seemed to 'split their
Tnr duel's terrible exdixo.
."This terrible shock staggered the bull
with the chest wound and forced his
Wm. 1 1 a TSeeitary.
J. O. Kichkv, W. M.
Ml. 3. K. A NT
leets second and ourtli Tnml:i f ....."
monihat JlanmV Hal!. Transcieut brothers
c.ic luvitcu io ineei wilii us.
Wm. V vs. Secretary.
CLO THING, PUEUISHI1TG GOODS,
Were bought as Low as Cash could buy them from New York
manufacturers. If you have been waiting for
the Lowest Prices
2TOW IB TOUR YIMS3.
Call and convince yourselves. We are the "Wide-Awake, Hard-
Working, JSTcver-to-be-Forgotteii, Low Trice, Square Dealing Clothiers.
II r zios COM MA WlARY. No. 5. K. T
JAMeet lust and third Wednesday ni-'ht o
iaeh moatli AI-iso t's hall. Visiting brother
ire C01'(li;llK- Hiviri-.l to ii.unt .. Itl.
'.Vat. Havs. Kec
F. E. White, E. C
pASS COUNCIL NO 10?1. KOYAL UCA N V 1
v meets the second and fourth Mondays of
ach month at Arcanum Hall.
r, ,, it-N. olexn, Regent.
1. C. Minor, Secretary. ..
PLATTSMOUTH BCARO OF TRADE
r,ev.t!e",t. V-. lioht- R Windham
1st. V ice TresidAiit a i -r...i
2ml ;;e P;euidbut Wm Neville
heoriHarv u- n. ..'
Trtasurtr "f. iV cuiii!,,
mil koto as.
I. C. Richev. V. K. Whir a .1 n
. A. l o'iner, B. hlson, C. W. Sherman, F. Oor
der, J. V . W eek bach.
quarter of an inch thick, mav be produced debted to me, arc requested to balance cJt uans irom tlieir sockets. Ho sud- ho -tV
in this war and creat strength is claimed f'tir a i-ounts on or before the first day WJScd forward to his knees on !. v.r. Jouxsox . Commander
f ,r tIlp "V i fcre.a;,Stren-t'1 ,S cl,Ilietl f Jiin,,iry 18S), as, after that time, ail $'nnf Vt -tho Pipico and remained 0. S. Twiss " ".SenVoVviee -? '
for them. Tubes with sealed ends may ..froun will i.nIHi lJ lV.fV in m, m a ,ri;jlveng stupor, with his opc;i . V ?-TKS Ju,,ior "
be made, the hollow centre being a SVf I " ",e tXrher
TO BE TREATED AS OUTLAW.
llie anarchists of Chicago will .be
"We v ill pay the above reward for any hurled him headlong over the precipice
iieavm- upon his kneelin-r ; r-ci..
foe, struck him on the Cank v. ilh tho
force cf a nonderous
A.N WElthON (RV Ser,rt Ma,or
MB(.OBBf,KMAS.. ..Quarter Master Sergt.
. t iTitTis j.ost chaplain
eer;uir Saturday eveuius
Cor. Main and 5th.
Special Sale commencing November I2tl
i, continuing one week,
given no more rope, and if thev want to C t-e "f !'er complaint, dyspepsia, sick io body executed a Eomc-rsault i.i mid
. a ' i mi. icii wilii iL lit iisv t'rii c ! t rnvAvh i-,
euiJ.stHmiiuu or 4 v. j , . vtwui liic (
hang themselves will have to furnish all ";ad.ic.:. indigestion
the material themselves. They had w r- t Tf n-,i CUrC. W.
. - , "V Wi st ,- , egetable Li rer Pills, when the
given it out tnat they would hold a big directions are ttrictlv complied with.
.wtw.j- iii iniiicjtj miu-iay. (yestertiayj to I :ey a-e pureiy vegetable, ana never
exiiress their opinion of the conviction to "ivo satisfaction. Large boxes
of Ilronek, and his sentence to twelve
years in the penitentiary. The chief of
police notified the owners of the various
halls in the city who have hitherto bar
bored anarchist assemblies, that hey
must not open them now or at any other
time for these gatherings, and expressed
his determination to suppress any attempt
to meet at Ilaymarket or anywhere else
in the city.
lie says the time for anarchist meeting
has passed and hereaftei no open gather
ing will be permitted. If they nfeet it
Will have to be in secret. This is better
late than never. The anarchists are
openly traitors and outlaws and it is lii"h
trectops upon the rocks below' wliPTO it-
v.as subsequently preyed upon by vul-
i iu v. :.
"The remaining bull seemed to realize
1:1 a stupid way the danger to which ho
liiiu&eii was exposed. lie drew back
from the brink over which his hideous
I'jntain ng JO sugar coated pills. 2.jc,
l.r8.i! by all druggists. Beware of J i-iuzzle bad been momentarily thrust,
counterfeits and imitations. Thf mv. M-"d wi:h entrails trailincr on tlm
ii ; ue inaruifiictured only I
Co.. S ;2 31.1(1 isnn St.
.Sold bv Y. J. AVarrick.
y John O. We "Jc'n' lutlo distance off, fell prone
. Chicairo.and roueu over on his side,
tnneieu a moment, and men lay still in
the cmLraco of death. Tho KnHln Inrfn,!
t Why pay big prices for sewing ma
chines when you can get a Xew Howe at
!:. Sh.r wood's for $23,00.'
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the rr isnn people will not, can not, or
do not f e any difference in ehoan nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresj -D:lIe parties at enormous profits,
rather th m take a medicine of world
wide reputation and one that is giving
satisfaction at equal price? Xo
I:1P. 1 : n. in flio w.r.1.1 ....1. ....
"...e, Muee iney nave endeavored repeat- p?iralb 1. d jwtisfuction for pniifvin-r the
vuiy io put liieir munlerous princndes I 'iooi: n iJKCJG .S DLOOD PUUIFIi:!? & i-;icy were nated. Except
into practice, that they were treated ac- '-i-OOD MAKER, and every bottle that LlCli r aged persons.
rnr.linn .....,,: t i I dues ii.it do its work will cost von null,. '-u:rMs0auore'J degs..
uwuiuui. .),,.., .;.,, - . ' i.iiui.i tutu Binci IlUiltS 1
TTT I I
SO WDEH'S REASONS.
Mr. Sowden, representative in congress
from tha Lehigh district in Pennsylvania,
one of the four democrats who voted
against the Mills bill, says: "I have no
regrets or apologies to make. For a
distance of twenty eight miles, from the
point. where the Lehigh empties into the
Deleware, in Northampton county, to
Copley, in my own county of Lehigh,
there is one continuous line of furnaces,
iron works, machine shops, steel works,
silk mills, thread mills, cement fuctories.
pipe works, car works and other indus
tries. In Ik'thlehem there is a steel works
the plant. of which cost $3,000,000. and
which employ nearly 4,000 men. They
are putting an addition to it now, which
win cosi .j,uou,uuu more, in my own
town of Allentown wc have a cutlery
works which turns out goods as fine . as
anything pro laced in England; we hai-e
silk mills, thread works, furniture manu
factories and iron mills there, not to
speak of a hundred other lines of manu
facture. All these in duplies liar grown
All persons knowing themselves in-.lebt-
tu to t ii estate ot llr. It. It. Livingston
for m. di.-al services, are requested to cull
and settl j with undersigned.
F. R White.
YToiiUer of Woman' Hair.
A v.-g; ians hair inav grow to the
engtli c.-f six feet. Jlnic. Hess, of
1 aris, infused 5,000 francs for her
nearly r.n hour, and in noint of Mncmin.
cry details and tragic horror has no
parallel within the limits of my recollec
tion." Philadelphia Telograph.
Temperature of Living Rooms.
There is a change of late years in tho
.iaier i:cnt or American homes. With
iilmcst universal substitution cf letter
tonus cf heaters for old time stoves, and
Utter understanding cf ordinary health
law by tho people, has come a cooling
town of the suffocating temperature
that made our homes dry forcing houses
i i pcopie out into wintry
.twuL us wen mteti to lace it as if
in rooms where
nor lall below
range truly, but
ies tno zone of
Foreigners coming here in cold weather j
uscu to and our houses lnsupportably
hot, and more than one visiting medical
man nas said to me: "Jsow I 6ee ono of
the causes at work to produce American
iicrvouiiness. ur. Hutchinson in Amer
which was about
Concerning Our Naturalization lair.
"I have had a vote for a great many
years," said an up town barber the other
day. "and I did not discover it until it
was too late to register. Tho facts ought
to be mado known. My father was a
. - w m u i . v jv. liiuuu liv v i , iqy
"--uicincnu ! our Hundred hairs naturalized citizen. lie was born in Ger
yi jiti.-u iuicKnes3 would cover an many. 1 was born thero
inch r space. Tho blondo belle has
aooui . .ii uuu niaaients to comb and
brush, v.-hile tho red haired beauty lias
to be K :islicd with SS.000; tho brown
haired damsel may have 109,000, tho
blc.cl: :;:rcd bul 1UL,000. Few ladies
consin. : that they carry some forty or
lifty i:-:;vs of hair on ihrir 1im,1. V.
f"-ir I: ii cel may eyen have to dress
seeiH7 miles of threads of gold every
niorni: A German experimentalist
has proved that a singlo luair will sus
pend fi-.ur ounces v.ithout bi-eakin"-siretcl.::i?
under tho process arfti
contacting again. Dut tho hair thus
heavily weighted must be dark brown,
for blondo hair bisalcs down under
two an 1 a h'At ounces. -iloni3 Jour
also, thone-h T
? i . '
i:uu uveu tiere a great many years. It
Happened that I was under 18 years old
when my father took out his naturali
zation papers, and that gave me a right
to vote, uiougn i nave never known it.
It seems that when a father takes out his
papers it net only gives him a vote, but
enuues an oi r.is tons under the age of la
at that time to tho duties and rights of
citizenship, even if they are born out of
tius country. They must, however, bo
in tho United States before they aro IS
years of age." New York Suu.
For the best results there needs bo the
longest waiting. The true harvest is the
come flrsi tlie success lasL The unsat- I
isfactory ii generally soonest seen. Cur- J
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER, OUT OF ORDER.
If you desire to purchase a sewingr machine,
ask our agent at your place for terms and
a irect to nearest address to you below named.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE a WGE,MASS.
1ll7 unlUN oyUAntiNX- DALLAS.
ST LOOI5. MO. T,rCl.?.A-SIU.rRAIIc"oXAL
Cloaks and Ladies' Wraps
vuimren s v ear, I'nce 0 per cent less tlie price
offered anywhere in the city. Examination will prove statement.
J. AI. MUIU, riattsmouth, Keb.
K.B. Wi.vdham, John A. Da vies.
Notary Tublic. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - law.
Ofliee over Bank ef;("ais County.
PLATTSMOUTn. - - NEBRASKA
a. F. TIIOMA
Attorney -at-Law and Noarv Public
Fitzgerald Dlot k. I'lattsinou'tli. Keb.
A. X. snrriVAN.
Attorney-at-Law. Will trive prompt attention
to a.l business iiitru.steil to !iim. fifiirw in
Union B!'ck. Kat side. Hlattsni.intb. Neh.
Staple and Fancy Or.icfres, (; Lass ware and !
Crockerj-. Flour and Feed.
T . 1
we nave an im
mense line and will
discount same 25 Tei
cent, as they must be
sold before the end
of the seafon. Our
'LUSH SE02I WRAPS'
re elegant fitting
garments. AVe sell
them at $14.50,
worth all of $20.00.
(JaUwe fell for 20
sell elsewhere at $27.
we sell fur S25
cil elsewhere at $35.
sMiF1'"11 Cloaks we
4U-ell fur $40 sell
elsewhere at 50.
r S45 tell
elsewliere at $00.
A Full Lie of
old at the lowest
Comfortabfes and Blankets
A Fine Selected Line of trom $1.00 up to $9.00 a pair Ue have
the finest 15 cent JJatting in the citv.
In Natural Wool, White Colars, Scarlet Stripe, Prices lower than any
house in the city, as we are over-stocked with these goods.
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
OT. C, BOOIT13, .
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER, j
All work flrst-class; west Fifth Street. I
1 ITortb Robert f s fW-.
Yours Hespect fully,
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