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Ti!E DAILY UEKALi): ilATTSMOOTli, ftl3UASiCA, I'HUKSDAY, D,
The f lattsmouth Daily Herald.
KNOTTS 33 R C S.,
Publishers & Proprietors.
THE ri.VITSMOUTJI 1IKUALI)
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Our Clubing List.
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" N. Y. Tribune. .. 'Z '
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Weekly. 4 75
.. .. .. ISazar. . . A 7P
Young Hi'ople 3 ''
" Neb. Farmer 2 00
ly Magazine 3 in
Tu Kit K is a iiiov't'iiu-nt on foot now to
.liviile both New York and California
nnel make four tttatea out of the two. It
won't be done as we can't see as yet any
good reason for dividing the states.
The sennte is proceeding with a con
siderable degree of speed, to the consiel
tmtion of the tariff bill. The democrats
can hardly contend now that it was in
troduced merely for campaign purposes,
Hank clearances last week were 18 per
cent better, taking the principal cities of
the country as a whole, than they were in
the corresponding week in I $87. Out
side of New York City the increase wa9
??. per ecu'. This In the In-st showing
that has been made in many weeks past.
Speculation is nt.t brisk, but legitimate
buiuesd of most kinds is about as active
now as it has been in this season at any
time within the past few years.
The dirert tux levied on the states in
18fl and W1 should either be refunded
by the goveriiii-it to the utates which
paid it or the state which failed to pay
it should be compelled to rail at the cap
tain's cilice and settle. The former plan
is the preferable one, but common justice
and fairness demand that the latter s-hould
be adoped if the other be defeated.
Mr. Cleveland will veto the direct tax
when it is presented to him and it will
serve as another proof that the peoph
made no mistake when they elected
Harrisou president of these Uuited States.
Atlanta is in a state of social upheav
al over the discovery that one of the del
egates to the Forestry Congress there last
week was a negrr, and that he was treat
cd, both in and out of congress, on the
same footing as a white man. Even ai
the hotel where- lie stayed he was not
discriminated against. What would have
happened had the discovery been made
that he was of African descent before the
congress adjourned, it is hard to conceive.
Now nothing seeminglv can be ilone
except to take vengeance on the hotel
keeper. Poor man! Life promises to 1
made a burden to him, and it is possible
that he may be tlriven out of Atlanta, if
not out of the state.
ONE YEAR CLOCKt.
An important improvement in cloels
ha3 been shown the British Association
for the advancement of science by Mr.
W. II. Douglass. The new feature is the
torsion pendulum, which, with lever and
escapcineut, may be applied to ordinary
works, ai.d by its slow rate of vibration
" makes practicable the conversion of an
eight-day clock into one requiring wind
ing only once a year.
permit Cleveland to gain fortlicm. And
now, when his defeat makes it safe for
the democracy to openly declure the dis
like and contempt for him which had
hitherto been concealed, the semhlaucc
of discipline and coherency which the
party had previously maintained is cast
Another and perhaps the principal
cause of the democratic demoralization is
the hopelessness of the outlook for the
party, lieforo the next presidential elec
tion takes place the apportionment based
on tlu census of 18510 will have been
made, and this will show a large relative
increase in the strength of the republican
sections of the country. The gain in pop
ulation in the north is greater than it is
in tiie south, and this gain will be aug
mentcd by the admission to statehood of
three or four territories which will
choose republican electors. Cast their
eyes in whatever direction they may, the
democracy can discover no sign of en
couragement in the coming time. If there
is any ray of hope for them in the near
future the party watchers on the lookout
are unahle to discern it. Under similar
circumstances men with greater fortitude
aud broader and grander philosophy thah
the Clcvelands, Millses, Carlisles and
Vests possess would feel something of the
same apathy and discouragement which
the democratic leaders experience today.
For Sweet Home's sake.
Mothers, wives, sisters! why that
patient. hopelc-S3 suffering, those pinched
melancholy faces that sadden home and
cause anxiety to loved ones, while so
potent and harmless a remedy as Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription enn be ob
tained of your druggist f It is a panacea
for all "female complaints," of marvelous
cliicaiy and health-giving ejualitus. The
dehilitated, and sufferers from t luise ex
cruci:iting pe-iiodical pains, "dragging
down" feelings, backache and kindred
femide disorders, should use this certain
renu dy at once, and be restored to the
blessings of health, for home's sake. Of
All persons kneiwing themselves indebt
ed to the estate of Dr. K. it. Livingston
for medical services, are requested to call
en l s' ttle with undersigned.
F. R Wiiitk.
1 ;v Executor.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
mil e-oiigli anel calmly say: "Uli: it is
only a little cold." and keep giving then
cliea; and dangerous medicine's, until
they 'ire down with lung fever or eon
iiimpfion, whe-n they Cn.it be so easily re
Sieve I by TJEGGS' CIIEKRY COUGH
SYIJUP? It has no superior, and few
-qua'-i. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
T!i latest Xoyelties of Ncckilcs and
Mu filers at Joe's, The Only One Price
Clothier in Plattsmouth. tf
COU 3H! and COUGH I and COUCH!
V!: it in the world is the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keen trying inferior meelicines when
UEG'.SS' CIIEKRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is no Atlpx-rtising scheme, but an
ictu.d fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith & Co., druggises.
Why go to grocery and dry goods
stores for arctics when you can get them
for 8.;e at Sherwood's ?
L'oiuev Irft U3 shaUe linndn and say Rood by 1
(There Is no need to cry;
All eh o'.d wotiiilHnroli-.iit.il; thaare but scar. ;
bet the uieridiutiM rw like iron l,nrn
Twlxt tbe freed ea;tive uml t.i rinon cell
TUut he hud almost leui ix-d i -v. too wclL
Twill Kl'0 bl-4 lieei!iiii .est;
I to the east will go. if ) i'." v-'t-l '
Through varlotiH Keeuex. in Mtortn aud sunny
Ww've Inn n loirelher;
Yet now we are lo iiud Lhtso things seem
The fragment of u divuiii
Wliieh eonies ut duwu, vit'id and warm, and still.
Setting luo passionate pulses ail at li rill,
Hueli dreams the senses Rate;
Let us awake before it is too latu!
We loved, or thought we loved. Tis all the same
There's eohody to blame;
Our wasted tears but briny water were.
Our tiinht but empty air
All was as idle as a twiee told tain.
And words of yours or mino cannot avail.
Or restitution make.
It was it Is "twill btill be a mistake.
Clara L. Maclean In The Connoisseur.
Ccuucllineu, 1st ward,
P.M. HH MKT
V K FOX
JAMES "ATTKRSON. JR.
- BVHON (JUHK
- A Madoi.k
W it ma lick
1 A CAIJMHl'UY
1 8 W
U M JeN K.s
) I1(. A Sill I'M AN
M it Ml'UPHY
1 J W
i to.v O'Connor.
I f McCallkn. I'kks
The Old Ox Team.
An ox team on tho streets of St.
Paul is said to bo quite an unusual
sight, but tho resident of Minneapolis
who cares to bo reminded of his old
New England farm days with the
sight of a yoke of oxen doing yeoman
service in front ef u wagon needs but
to go down in the vicinity of the city
market er over to the city hay yard on
Lyndulc avenue ami ho will be pretty
sure te find ono latere on almost any
pleasant day. The farmers who drive
!ioi'i'( (l hteers into tho metropolis are
usually e.f the regulation clown cast
pattern, typical Yankees, who ore
.-dow in iiiiuiuloning Iho customs ef
their early days. Many of the
f:u inn's and f'.rder.Oi K abejut the shores
of Miin:etoi:i;a u:e ld settlers fremi
vay hack, l-'or years after their rd
vent in ll'o lerriinry ef Minnesota the
;x team was the e'id t tai:l by in all
the various details ef farm labor, and
ror many a yeyr was even the favorite
mode tif hx.oinetion. Those old farm
. i:; in later cnya have become gar
ivne-rs as well, and either out of defer
nee to old traditions or beeatisc tliey
ind him proiitulde, they sliil continue
.. i:i::!:e u::e of the j.uticnt ox. and re
;l t. heeletencd l y any n:eti'oj;diUiii
i:sti-,:ns or bifnlutin notion;, from
:;-.;:li:i;j thc.r j:i'o;:uct! i:;to thee-ity lx
i:d Iheir faithful ti. team.i St. Van'
Deputy Treasurer, -Jlerk.
ttecorder ot Deeds -rtluty
Olerk of District Court,
Siivt. of Pub. Schools,
HOARD OK SOPERVISOHS
V. R. Todd. Ch'm.. - - I'lattsmoutli
Louis Koivrz, - Weeping Water
. 15. Dickson. - titnwooa
D. A. Campbell
W. H. l'ooi.
John M. j.kyua
W. C. SHOW ALIKK
J. C. KlKKNIIAUY
1AS.S beJDOK Ho. 1 o. O. F. -Meets
'-'every Tuesday evening of each week. All
:ransient brothers are respectfully Invited to
flLATTMOUTH ENCAMPMENT No. 3. 1. O
O. F.. meets every alternate Friday in
each month in the Maeonic Hall. Visiting
Brothers are invited to altena.
Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is
preferable to any other for
the cure of Blood Diseases.
Decause no poisonous or deleterious
ingredients enter into the composition
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains only
the purest and most effective remedial
.Ayer's Sarsaparilla is prepared with
extren? care, skill, and cleanliness.
Ayer's .Sarsaparilla is prescribed by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is for sale
everywhere, and recommended hy all
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a medicine,
and not a beverage in disguise.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla never fails to
effect a cure, when persistently used,
according to directions,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a highly con
centrated extract, and therefore, thsj
most economical Ulood Medicine In the
market. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has hr.J a suc
cessful career of nearly half a century,
and was never so popular as at present.
Thousands of testimonials are on
fde from those benefited by the use of
TRIO LODGE NO. 8i. A. O. U. W. Meets
everv alternate Kridav evening at K. of r
h:ill. Transient brother are respectfully In
vited to attend, tf ..j. Morsau. Master workman
K. P. P.rown. Foreman ; ei. 11. Kemster. eiver-
eer : li. A. Taite. Financier : a. F. House
worth, lieeorder ; M. Maybright. Keceiver ;
l. It smith. Pact M. W. : I. N. Bowen, Guide ;
P. J. Ktiiiz, Inside Wii'.cu.
MASS CAMP NO. Mr
of America Meets i : ho. I fourth Mon
day evening at K. f p. ";:!( All transient
brothers are requested to mn w ;iis hk. L. A,
Newcomer, eucraiuc :-!ii:;i ; ;. , JNiies
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. ilile, Itaukei ; W. A.
ULATTSMOUril LODGE N. 8. A. e). U. W
- Meets every alleruate Friday evening at
Itcckwood hallatMo'clocK. All transient broth
ers are respectfully invited to alien. I. L. S.
Larson, M. W. ; F. lioyd. Foreman : S. C,
Wiltie. Kecorder ; Leonard Anderson. iverseer,
rJLATTSMOUTH LODGE NO. 0, A. F. & A. M.
Meets oil the liivt aud third Mondays of
each siieiitli at tlieir liui!. All trausient broth
ers are cordially invited to meet witli us.
J. G. KlCHKY, W. M.
Wm. Hats, Secret?: ry.
VEHUASKA CIIAPTEII. NO. 3, It. A. M.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of eaeh
month at Ala.-i.n'e Hall. Transcieiit brothers
aie invited to meet with US-
f . E. Wiiitk. It. P.
Wm. H vs. Secretary.
"IfT. ZION COMMA' DA it. NO. 5. K. T.
".Meels first Mid third Wednestlay night of
each month at M i ;o i's hall. Visiting brothers
are cordially isnittd to meet with us.
Wm. Hays, lice. F. E. White, E. C.
(ASSCOUXUILNO 1021.11OVAL MiCANUM
J meets the tetfond and fourth Moiulas of
ach month at Atcauum Hall.
Jt. N. GLENN, Kegent.
P. C. Minor. Secretai-y.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vice President..
2nd Vice President.
...Eobt. B Windham
A. P.. Todd
F. K. Gutlunaii
,T. C. Richev. F. E. White, J. C. Patterson,
J. A. Cornier, B. Elson, C. W. Sherman, F. tJor
der, J. V. Week bach.
McCONIHIE POST 43 C. A. R.
SffiZEIT! GRASPIT! HOLDIT!
We are openeJ up in t!3 L:iif;o.t and J'ost Lilited Jiooin in the
County. We have a Trenientluous Stock in anticipa
tion of a long winter. We propose to cut
it elown anil will
Give You th Benefit!
Of it now before the IToIielajs. In order to accomplish
we will give you
On Every Dollar's Worth of Winter Goods bought of na. Our
ciorHiira, Fimmsmm goods,
Hats a,m.a. Caps
Were bought as Low as Cash could buy them from .New York
manufacturers. If you have been waiting for
the Lowest lVie:cs
STOW IS TQUB,
Call and convince yourselves. We are the Wide-Awake, Hard-
Working, Kever-to-be-Forgotten, Low Price, Square Dealing Clothiers.
ifitff 1 Clip
J. W. Johxsok..
H. I WISS
1 KO. NIIjKS
' : Loie Dtxox
I y-r-- arlks Ford
; ' oF.itsox Fry
I ... on Oouur.KMAN,
! T'cetiuir Saturday evenluc
...Senior Vice "
..Junior " "
Ollicerof the Day.
..Quarter Master Sergt.
Dr. J. C. Ayer 8c Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price 41 ; aix bottles, $5. Worth $a a bottle.
CAUSES OF DEMOCRATIC DES
POXDEXGY. The mt experienced ami ele.ir-hr.nleel
observers at the National Capital ileclare
that within the past forty or fifty ycais
the man ites of no Ieaten party have
been so demoralized and disheartened as
the elemoeratie party chiefs and eon
irressmcn are at this moment. The lead
ers do not consult with their ftl lowers,
the members of the two branches of con
gress do not confer together, while there
is no consort of action in either senate or
house in the initiation of any sort of leg
islation. Democratic senators sit dumb
and spiritless while their republican an
tagonists are passing their protectioni.-1
tariff bill section by section
opposition, it is true, is made when the
vote arj taken on the provisiors of the
measure, but it is of tlicmeist feeble anel
Charles Xordho.T. one of the oldest
nntl best-known journalists in Washing
ton, and a elemocrat himself, calls the
democrats in congress a "meb," an 1 says
"when a mob is beaten it elo -s not pick
itself up." Testimony from otl cr demo
cratic sources is of a similar tenor. I'n
tloubtctlly one cause of the elemoeratie
apathy is the aversion and elistrust which
the party h'l:ls for the president. He
was never popular among his m;j orters.
Democrats roted for hint in because
they av that hiscindidacy offered them
a chance of restoration to power. Ihey
voteel for him for th.? rake of the apojls
and patronage which a ic.jublicun can
didate r.eak in the p'vutal state would
let th it cold of yours run on. You think
.t is a tight thing. Uut it may run into
3ut;..-.r'i. Or Into p.'jenmonia. Or con-
r..f . .1. ,i;.-,r.,t I'liniinnnlri is
dangirous. Consumption is death itself. ft IT 14 WEALTH i
rIl . t ! .m filing l.i cat f- O -klict' 1 L it I -
l.t' lUL.Illlill UllUI in Of
healtby and clear of all obstructions anel
olTcn.'ive matter. Otherwise there is
All the eliseases of these parts, head,
nose, throat, bronchial tubes anel lungs,
can be delightfully unci entirely cured by
the us.' of I'oschee's German Syrup. If
yit dwii't know this already, thousands
and tl .uisands of people" enn tell you
riu'V li ive been cured by it. and know
how i is, themselve-s. Uottle only 7
cent.-:. Ask any elruggisr.
All parties knowing themselves in
k'bt i to me, are requested to balance
hs-ir f:' counts on or before the first day
of J uri iiy 1SS:), as, after that time, al!
icro'.in's will positively be left in the
!mnds of a Ctnlcctor.
Nov. 26. tf
"We will pay the above reward for any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
costiveness we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Li yer Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied with.
A show of I ltiey are purely yegctanie, ana never
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat niiil
a guarantee specific for liysltii-i Oi.ziae.ss.
Convulsions. Fits. Nervous Neiiralj.'ia, llr ad
ache. erve.0O8 Prostration eacsed hy the use
of alcohol or toi.iicp.o. Wakefulness. Vent a) l)e
uresiou. Softeniuir ofilio Hrstin rcfu'tir-t ia in
sanity and leading t misery, deeny sin1 'leatli,
reaiatiire ohl Atre. Barrenness. Los of Puw- ;
er in ciliisr sex, Involiibtary Losi-fs and Sper
mat'.rrliota 6nund hy over-exertion of rlie
brain, seifabu-st; or over-iiidnlenee F.scli box
contains one nmnfli's treatsiif of, $1 no a l.ox
orsix boxes for $5,00, sent by mail piepaidor
receipt of price
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure anv case. With eaHi or!er received
by us for six boxes, ac.onipan ed with 55 00,
. Will send the purchaser ri:r written titiaran
tee to return the money if 1 lie treatment does ;
not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only bv
Will J. Warrick sole a ' et. Pjttsiiiouth. Meb
Cor. Main and 5lh.
1 1 A
Sjiecial Sale commencing November 12tli, continuity one week,
i ii I
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
Sri EVER OUT OF ORDER.
If you desire to purchase a sewingr machine,
ask our agent at your' place for terms ana
nrices. If vou cannot find our airent. write
tl irec t to nearest address to you below pa med.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE G.OeANCE,MASSJ
Chicago - UNION SQUARt,N.i. VHW,
M. MUUl, riattmouth, Neb.
fail to jnve satisfaction. Larjre boxes
sontaining 30 sugar coated pills, 25c.
For snlrt hy all elru?oists. Cewarc of
counterfeits und imitations. The cen-
uine manufactured only !y John O. We
& Co., 8G2 W. JIaclison St. Chicago.and
Sold by W. J. Warrick.
The lig-ht running Howe at Sherwooel's
WHAT ON EAf.TH
Is Hit n ason people will net, can not, or
do not sec any elifferencc in cheap nos
trums put up uy Cheap John nouses or :
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputation anel ene that is piviny;
universal satisfaction at equal price? No
medicine in the worlel fa giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as DEGO S BLOOD PUMFIEK &
BLOOD MAKER, and every bottle that
l cs not elo its work will cost you noth
ing. X'or sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
Parlor, Dining Room and Kitchen
The Largest acd Most Complete Stock in tli City.
AND A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HEARSE FURNISHED FOR ALL IUNERALS.
Plush. Cloaks and Children'
offered anywhere in the city.
Wear. Price 20 per cent less the price
Examination will prove statement.
We have an im
mense line and wili
discount same 25 pel
cent, "as they must be
sold before the end
of the season
PLUSH SHORT WRAPS
are eleerant nttini?
garments. We sell
thein at $14.90,
worth all of $20,00,
1 ? k-.e V
1 x -mm
11 11 u
uwc teW for S2
-ell elsewhere at $27.
d OR Hush Cloaks
vpiJJwe He'll for -5
sell el.-ewhere at 3o.
l I III IIIMI VvlOf.es WO.
,iMI . 1
xuseii lor H'jj
rl.se where at. XT.d
D Plllsll Ch,;ik Wfi
sell for $4.5 pel 1
jeljiowlu'i-p at ,(0.
A Full Line ot
'old at the lpives
AN e have
A Finp Splpefoi1 T.inp nf -ti-rtin t I ff ... i... c.n r.
u., to u.oi a t.air
4-1. 1 ? . T . . . . . I '
liic iiue&e. 10 cent matting m the city.
In Natural Wool, White Colars, Scarlet Stripe, Prices lower than any
house in the city, as we arc overstocked' with theec goodi, '
CALL AN1 SATISFY YOURSELVES.
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