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THE DA1LV HKUaLU ; PL ATTSMO UTI1, NEKltASK A , FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1888.
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'J lie Forum 5 c
What's the matter with the surplus
The national debt of the United states
was increased over $11,000,000 during
the month of November.
The democrats want to admit the
gre iscrs of New Mexico and the Mormons
of Utah into the Union as an offset to
the American Christians of Dakota and
Washington. It won't do. Blue Valley
The democrats of New York have
conie to the conclusion that Abraham S.
Hewitt, the mayor about to turn over
.liis office to a Tammany hall receiver, is
insane. He is either an honest democrat
or crazy, that's 11 t. And the more you
think of it the more you are bound to
lielieve that he may be innne. That is
where the calculation of chances leads
the conclusion up to, anyway. Lincoln
A Boston woman has won a heavy
verdict against a firm of brokers for
money lost by her son in speculation in
stocks, the defendant firm having acted
as agents for the vountr man. A few-
such verdicts would have the effect oi
curbing the speculative feyer among the
young. Boys are no allowed to patron
ize gambling houses, whether the risk is
taken on the turn of a card or the turn
of the market in grain or stocks. -Equity.
. The Journal ma'i whines piteous! y
over the excoriating he received in The
Herald the other evening. When the
editor of a newspaper descryes to shield
himself behind the profession, he ought
to be a respectable member of, he should
have sense enougli to treat respectable
citizens fairly and decently. Tun
Herald made no attack on the Journal
editor further than was necessary to de
fend good citizens who do not happen
to be permitted to control a newspaper.
Tue treasury surplus continues low n.c
compared w'tu the average for the yeni
up to near the beginning of this month.
It is only about f j6,000.000. This is not
big enougli to harm the country, and no
doubt it can readily be kept below the
$00,000,000 mark for the next live or six
months bv bond ourchases. Bv that titm
V - mf
tne revenue reauction measure, which
will probably be passed in the special
s?ssion of congress to meet in March or
April nexl, may take effect,
As predicted ia these columns some
time ago the subnrssion question will be
one of the interesting subjects before the
legislature. Those "timid souls" who
were hoping that it would not come up,
will find that it is not only coming up
but that they will have to take sides.
There can be no dodains. Of course the
democratic members of the legislature
mil be solidly opposed to submission, but
as the republicans hare more than a
three-fifths rote in each house they will
' 7J& eiueueu, iu uumitucc iv uic ucuiuw
ut two state conventions of the party, to
i fiabmit the question to a vote of the
And a republican senator or reprcsen
utive from Cass county, in case be voted
against submission, would have more
trouble than he imagines explaining on
what grounds he refused to allow his
constituency a vote on so important a
Heretofore when this question has
been before the legislature, it has not, for
ome rcaaon, amused much outside inter
est. It will be different at the coming
session. The p' pie are g.eatly interested
and e h niemU;r miy rest awured that
hi position will be thoroughly di u-m 1.
Whatever anyone nriy tlunk oi tin
wlvlom of prohibition there i no iair,S(,ij ;,y w. . I. Warrick.
1 I . A 1 .... ftl.rtf fll.S I
niiifled man imii wni i-n-ni" i
poople shoiild li'v nn opportunity to
yote on the question.
- Jt ' ' i
- .-...Jrx CAT..
i.a..Ai lit : 1
'". OtslTL,uW,can j
Jit'public in (as n specimen of the over
done business) "The mantle of General
Logan has fallen on General Mundt-rtson
anil he is worthy of it." We say bosh
to all such electioneering guh. We
favor General Maudersou's return, not as
a member of the military committee, nor
as an " old soldier" champion, for con
gress is full of men who have made far
more effort for the "old soldier" than
our senator has yet done. We are for
the senator's re election because we be
lieve he has the ability and honesty to do
something for the "corn huak.-r" and
" cow punc her of Nebraska. The av
erage old soldier in this state of Nebraska
has to husk corn, punch cows, cultivate
pigs, and wrestle with low rates ami cx
horbitant charges to and from market,
and if Senator iMauderson and his Ne
braska colleagues want to imortulize
themselves as representatives!, it is entire
ly in order to aid the old soldier in a
btiiuess like manner, by looking after
the general interests of the agricultural
state of Nebraska.
Il'incoinb letters written by educated
boomers as correspondents, from Wasli
ington, don't cause a blade of grass to
grow the quicker nor a bushel of corn to
make its weary way to .Chicago the
cheaper. These superfluous letters are no
evidence of statesmanship. ' Let our
representatives make themselves heard
on practical questions tnat toucn our
material well being as agricultural and
stock breeding people.
There is no statesmanship in working
through appropriation for river improve
ments and government post oilices. The
people see through such political trigo
nometry. Let the legislature return Geu'l
.Man lerson and at the same time say to
him: " Gc into the vinevard and hoe
somi corn for the.Nebraska granger and
let t!e regular army fellows look after
their own commissions." Nebraska wants
Nebraska representation at Washington,
and if we can get it we are willing some
ot Iter state shall fall heir to the old
clothes of the distinguished men who
have pjissetj from the stage of public
action. We are for Mauderson and in
struction. 'The tetter board of life goes up
The tetter board of life goes down."
U, and dowii, up ar,d down one day
a millionaire, text day '"dead broke"
one day buoyant in spirits, next day
gloomy as a fog one day in seeming
perfect health, next day "laid out" with
a biilious attack of your stomach "on a
strike." This is the way the world wags
now a days. If j'ou are bilious, melan
cholic, dizzy headed, dyspeptic, want
appetite or have torpid action of liver.
kidri!-ys or bo-ejs, take Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets purely yegetab'e, per
fectly harmless; one a dose.
Sf.nd the Weekly Herald to some
friend in the east for a Christmas present.
What Am I To Do?
The symptoms of biliousness are un
happily but too well known. They differ
in different individuals to some extent.
A oilious man is seldom a breakfast eater,
Too frequently, alas, he has an excellent
apposite for liquids but none .for solids
of a morning. His tongue will hardlv
bear inspection at nny time; if it is not
white and furred, it is rough, at al
'1 ho digestive system is wholly out of
order and diarrhea or constipation mav
be a symptom or the two may alternate.
Tin re are often hemorrhoids or even loss
of blood. There may be giddiness and
often headache and acidity or flatulence
and t'-nderness in the pit of the stomach
To correct all this if not effect a cure try
Green's August Flower, It costs but n
tril'c and thousands attest its efhCacy.
All parties knowing themselves in-
debte I to me, are requested to balance
their accounts on or before the first tiny
of Januaiy 18S9, as, after that time, all
accounts will positively be left in the
hand of a collector.
Nov. 20. tf
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
ilo not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
im-sp-msiblc parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputation and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at eoual price? No
mi-nii mo iu me worm is "ivni sucn un-
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as IJEGO S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and every bottle that
does not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
druggists. ' .
P?nd your job work to the ITekald
Wc will pay the above reward for any
cast f liver complaint, dyspepsia, sicfc
head :ehe, indigestion, constipation or
fcostivonesa we cannot cure with
Wtr-VVg'.'tttble Live r Pills, wlun the
directions are strictly complied with.
Tli'-y are purely yegitable, aud never
fail t- give satisfaction. Large boxes
;oi.t :!iing "50 sugar coated pills, 2."ic.
For r. .! by all druggists. Beware of
Cijiini. rfeits and imitations. The gen
uine manufactured tnly ly John O. W'c
I KiS'l W. SIiuli-;in Kt. Cliieara .and
I'J iify of feed, flour, gniliam ami
iir-.il it Ileisel's mill, tf
COU2H!and COUCH; and COUCH!
U'ii it 111 tli! world in I lie reason you
wilt roil ! and keep cougl.injr r.n.l tfiij
keep trjin inferior tnelitines wlien
1 ve relieve vrnir rouu'ii onco!
T!,: - no ndveriisin- wlieme
1 IfllMC MALTilWW
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
If you desire to purchase a sewing machine,
ask our arent at your place for terms and
nrinrui. I f vou cannot find our aereut. write
direct to nearest address to you below nameL
NEW HOME 5EW1NG MACHINE GMNGMS.
Chicago - 28 union SQUARE.N.t- DALLAS,
I LL. ATLANTA GA. TEX.
ST LOUIS. MO. p.l mj Sj SANrPANCTSCO CM.,
THE .NEW iiijMtu tSliWlNO .MA
CHINE CO., Oaialin, Neb.
HEALTH IS WEALTH !
Dr. E. C. West's Verve and Rin TreatmeM
AKuarantee specific for Hysteria Dizziness.
Convulsions. Fits. Nervous Neurahrla, Head
ache. Nerveou Prostration oaused by the ns-e
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness-. Mental De-pres-ion,
Softenin-i of the Hrain resulting in in
sanity an i leading t misery, decay and death,
- re:nal ure olii Aire. Rarreniiess, Loss of Pow
er in either sex. Involiii'tary Losses and Sper-mat'-rrlioea
caused by over-exertion of the
brain, gelfnhuse orover-lndnljfence K.ich box
contains one inontli't treatment. SI 00 a box
or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid op
receipt of price
WE OUARAKTE2 SJX BOXES
To cure anv ca."?. With each order received
byusf'ir six botes, jieeninpaired witli $'.()),
we will send the purchaser our written c'-iaran-tee
to return the money if the tri-aiment does
not eiTeet a cure. iuarantees issued only by
Will J. Warrick sole a nt. Plattsmouth. Neb
J. C, SOOHE,
BARBER AND IIAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fiftli Street.
North Robert ShcwooiTs Stor3,
Prencli IJoaltli Seainlogs
For run-down," debilitated and overworked
women, Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
the best of all restorative tonics. It is a potent
Ppeciflc for all those Chronic Weaknesses and
Diseases peculiar to Women : a powerful, gen
eral as well as uterine, tonio and nervine, it
Imparts vior and strength to the whole system.
Hpromptly cures weakness of stomach. nausea,
indigestion, bloatinjr, weak back, nervous pros
tration, debility and sleeplessness, in either sex.
Jt is carefully compounded by an experienced
phyaician. and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. Purely vegetable and perfectly
harmless in any condition of the svstem.
tIon is the only medicine
for women, sold by druggists,
under a poult tve sruar
antee of satisfaction In every case, or price
($1.00) refunded. This guarantee hna been
printed on the bottle-wrapper, find faithfully
carried out for many years.
For large, illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women (100 pages, with full directions for
boine-treatmentl. send ten cents in stamna.
Address, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, 6C3 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Celebrated French Slirrcers
AT J A
Parlor, Dining Room and Kitchen
The Largest and Most Complete Stock in the City.
AND A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
I 4 i
n,'HJi ke-r's annus
r r u - r f j
IIEAHSE FUKNISnED FOH
Mayor, ... F. M. HllUKY
l"lerk, w K Fox
Treasurer, - - Jamrs Patteuson. JK.
uoruej, - II V HON t'UHK
- A Mauolk
S Ci trrnui)
Marehall, - - - W II MalIoK
Couuellmen, 1st ward, iSAYcu
9,,1 J U OH OONKS
I lli. A SlIIPMAN
" 3rd '
I M B MUUPUY
8 W DUT-rON"
F McCallen. Frrs
( J W Johns
i 1 11 Hawk
J W JOHNS:N,ClIAIKMAN
Board Pub. Works
Deputy treasurer, -3Ierk.
Recorder of Deeds -Deontv
Clerk of Dint i ict Court.
V. A. Campbell
BlRI t'KITCIl KI FLO.
W. H. Pool
John m. Lkyua
W. C. Hiiowaltkh
J. C. KlKKNHAHV
Attoiuey, - ;
Supt. of Pub. Schools.
! BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
i A. 1$. Todd. Ch'iu., - - Plattsmouth
Louis Foltz, - Weeping Witter
pA'SS LODCi K No. 146. 1. O. O. F. -Meets
wcvery iueday eveuiufi or each week. All
'.raiisieiit brothers are respectfully invited to
IjLATTMOLTTH ENCAMPMENT No. 3. 1. O
O. V., meets every alternate Friday in
each luouth iu the Masonic Hall.
Hrothers are iuvited to attend.
'RIO LODGE NO. SI, A. O. U. W. Meets
every alternate Friday evening at K. of P.
dall. Transient brothers are respectfully in-
tura inanenn. r ,j. morgan, master work man
K. P. Pruwn. Foreman ; li. li. Kemster. Over,
eer; It. A. Taite. Financier; ii. F. lloume
worth. Recorder; M. M: bright. Receiver;
D. B. Smith, Paf-t w. : !. . . Uowen, Uuide ;
pASS CAMP NO. 32. M'liiKKN W'OODMKN
or America Meets ecol and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of P. twill. Ail transient
brothers are requested lo meet with us. L. A,
oewcumer. veiteraoie (Jmisin ; . r, IN Hew
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. iide. Ranker ; W. A,
lil.ATTS.MODlH I.ODCE NO. . A. O. H. W
- Meet every alternate Friday evening at
..'i.vn uaiiiuov UIUCH . All I I AllalCIlL Ol OlU-
eis are respectfully invited to attend. L. 8,
Larson, M. W. ; F. IJoyd. Foreman : S. C.
V tide. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
I J f ATTS MOUTH LODGE NO. o. A. F. & A. M
-ft- Meots mi ilie ftrt and tliird Mondays of
cauii iuuui ii in iio-ir nan. ah transient urotll
era are cordially invited to meet with us.
, c . J- G- Kichkv, W. M.
Wm. Hats. Sfcretary.
V EBRASKA CHAPTER. NO. 3, R. A. M.
" Meets se cond and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Macon' Hall. Traiiscitnt brothers
are invited to meet with us,
YVM.mv: secretary, "wt L F.
-IT t ZION COMMA NDARV. NO. 5. K. T.
Meets liist and third Wednesday night of
eacii month at Mason's hall. Visiting brolheib
are cordially iuvited to meet with us,
Wm. Ha vs. Rec. F. E, VYu we. E. C.
i Ab co aKtn irKaTii,itoi'AL arcanum
u meets the second and fourth Mondays of
each mouth at Arcanum Hall.
R- N. Glenn, Regent.
P. C.Mivor. Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vice President.,,,..
2nd Vice Pieidpnt
A . It. Tod d
..F. It. Uuthmuii
I I R MOTORS.
J. C. Richev. F. E. White, J. C. Patterson.
o. jv. tjonner, ii. tison, w. Sherman, F. lior-
McCONIHIeIpOST 45 C. A. R.
V v: Jon'sox ..('ommander,
iko. Nilks Adjutant.
"2Nny STttKIOHT O. M.
uix.on umcer oi the Lay.
Anderson Frv Sergt Major.
iauouusbi.ejiaii.. ..quarter Master sergr.
I !'vrc-liDRI,'i--i Post ChaplaFn
( .wcci-uju oaiui uay evening
MANUFACTURE! OF AND '
IFQATF A RCTAlr
uruAr pc r r e n 1-1- r
HVnUL&OALL OL nciAiL
DEALER IN Tills
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
FJor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINE OF
TOBA.CCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 2(J. 188".
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the best and most complete stock
or samples, both foreign and domestic
voojeii mat ever came west ot Misonn
-l -NT,,,, .1, T 1 I
iivic iiivoc pi Jttro; lousiness suits
from f 10 to $35, dress suits, $25 to $45.
pants $4, $5, $6, $0.50 and upwards, of
tWill guaranteed a fit,
Prices Defy Comoelilion.
Tue Daily Herald
-15cts. per week.
ITUffiE Comfortables and Blankets
-V "Vf 0 9
Meeting of Two
TAB STURM OF ABDUCTION !
A look through our Stock of Suitings, Overcoats, Underwear and
AVinttr Cars will convince yon thai our discount ot
ZD Per Cent, From Marled Prices
lias caused the stock to melt away like pieces of ice that ji;ci:(li the
fire imparched and burning palates. You never had
such values given you before.
A 20.00 Overcoat less 20 per
A 15.00 Overcoat less 20 per
A 2.50 Fur Cap les 20 per
This is the reason why we have been enabled to to reduce our stock,
as we do not care to wait for cold weather. r
OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED
We will give you the same Discount on all Winter Goods,
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers.
The Leading Clothiers,
Special Sale commencing November
j ' L 3 U l
XVJ Wl ,U LUUIUU
rl nsli t:iotiL-a an.l ni;il
- ------ wvuakj yiiiiui cil
s it ear.
oflered anywhere in the eitv
We have an im
mense, line and will
discount same 25 per
cent, as they must be
oulu WiUIC 111c
the season. On
PLUSH SEORT WRAPS
are elegant nttine
garments. We sell
them at $ 1 4 . 5 0.
worth all of $20.00.
-tvxiue oeiecceu Line 01 irom $i.uu up
the linest 15 cent JJatting in the city.
U N D E R
Natural Wool, White Colars, Scarlet Stripe, Prices lower tUan ai y
house in the city, as we are over-stocked with these goods.
CALL AND SATISFY
STORM OF PATRONAGE!
cent discount means $1(5. CO
cent discount means 12.00
cent discount means 2.00
Cor. Main and 5lh
12th, continuing one week,
1 rice rii Tier cnit pss n.r. i'r.n
Examination will prove statement.
- pldsh mm
we tell l'or S20
iell elsewhere at $27.
vjjnn Plush Cloaks
tptlJwe sell for 25
sell elsewhere at $35.
Plush Cloaks we
sell for $40 sell
elsewhere at 50.
Plush Cloaks we
sell for S15 sell
elsewhere at $00.
A"a uii Line ot T
$od at the h
to U.OO a pair. W e hive
W E A R
rer ..tin 1 f i- ..t,tLp sf lw 1 "r
-mnm on nvO
re 4m .VJb '-v
C- t . 1
i.i t i.J""I.7L. i't' i,T!r in c' Oo'fc lrr" 1 ( -
ierwood'8 only C25.C0,
annndf vId rTcrvsively by
to to a Urii )
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