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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1891)
I W HENDEE & CO
(Successor to U. V. Mathews.)
CAKKY A COJITLETE LINE OP
Hardware; Stovas," Tinware Etc.
Unviii,completiy rcch-nnid and renovated. Wcnow
have as neat a liartlwuri stool: as can be found in Cass
County. AVt respectfully invite the public to call and
learn our method of doing business.
Hardware, can be sold cheaper for cash than
on time and we are the people that propose
to do it
J. W. HENDEE & CO.
Everything to Furnish Tour House.
HOUSE FURNITVING EMPORIUM.
Under Waterman's Opera House
Ya can buy of him cheap fcr ppot cash or can Peenre what you need to furnish a cottage or
mansion on the INSl'ALI.MKKT FLAN.
STOVES, RANGES AND ALL FURNISH1NCS
Agent tor the Celebrated "White Sewing Machine.
""he largest and most complete stock to select from la Cass Coubty. Call and see me
Opera House Block J. PEARLMAM.
Insure your property against firo, lightning and
Tornado in the
AMAZON INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Cincinnatti, Ohio.
j Commenced, Business October i7i:.
CASH CAPITAL - - $3oo.ooo.oc
Stockholders individually liable , under the constitution of the State
of Ohio which together with the present net surplus is a net
Guarantee of about $700,000,00 to policy holders.
Leaflet paid in nineteen years, (since organization) nearly four millioi
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Wm. L. BROWNE, Resident
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IIIiUSDAY, FEMtUAKY 20. 181
Tiikuk is h promising sign that ti e
supieiue court is to take hold of the
Iiuvd alien case and uive it a heating on
its merits. A hearing of this kind is full
of promise thit Nebraska may yet have
a ctizen of the United States for its gov
ernor. Lincoln Call.
The maximum rate bill passed the
house yesterday by a yote of 78 to 17.
Those voting .against the bill were
Messrs. Ameo, Bertraud, Hreen, Brennar,
Capek, Cornish, Felker, Ford, Gardner,
IInsc, McKesson, O.ikle-. Shryock,
Sternsdorf, Vandeventer, Watson and
One by one the roses fade. The court
house bonds were held good by the su
preme court. The contract has now been
entered into for the erection of our new
court house. And on yesterday the last
hopes, in the form of a county seat bill,
was Lilted in ti e legislature. There is
no chance for a change in the law during
Skxatok Bombastes Fdbioso Switz
i lfk, ot Umaha, need not howl over the
appropriation of $30,000 to pay the ex
penses of the contest His tireless jaw
will coat the state (by retarding business
and taking up time that ought to be
utilized) more than that amount, to say
nothing of the tired feeling of the other
members. Give us a brief period of in
ertia, Mr. Switzler.
Secretary Blaine's friend and the
zealous supporter of the recent Brazilian
reciprocity treaty, General DaFonseca,
has just been elected president of the
republic of Brazil. The democratic glee
shown over the possible refusal of Bra
zil to accept our terms seems to have
been a little previous. Uncle Sam will
m ike his point with the South Americans
notwithstanding the sneers and objec
tions of the doughface democratic press.
The repeil of the SUur bounty by the
farmers of the legislature is a sample of
stupidity and meutal imbecility rarely
to be found anywhere. A measure that
taxed the merchant in order to give the
farmer a diversity of products and help
him alonr financially, is promptly re
p-'&lcd by the class most to be benefited.
If there was a premium ou asininity, the
farmers of the Nebraska legislature
v,ould have no worthy competitors, tin'
prize would tie theirs without a struggle.
Tiik State Journal makes the follow
ing timely, truthful and self-evident re
inarks about the World-Herald which
we are constrained to publish in the in-t'-n-st
of many people who do not see
Omaha's double ender in any of its fan
Th? Omahit World-Herald protest with a
loud voice against the present custom in con
gress for a member to get up in his seat in the.
heat of a debate and attack another personaly
as a blaekguaid and a villian. have it taken
d'-.wn in short hand, put into the record and
scattered all over the comury, and then the
next day risn again to apologize for his undue
heat au! take it all back. What the World -Herald
thinks a congressman ought to do is
eai!y enough gathered from it example. It
is to contradict themselves every day if they
want to, without apologizing or taking any
thing back. -
Col. Caldock, of the Lincoln Herald,
is the brightest democrat in the state.
Much fun has beeu poked at him on ac
count wf the congratulatory letter to
Blaine, which he formulated and had en
dorsed by the democratic congresstonal
convention last fall, wherein he praised
Secretary Blaine's reciprocity scheme in
fulsome terms. The democratic leaders
at Washington, however, took a different
view of the matter and voted almost
s-olidly against reciprocity. This, at first
glance, put the colonel where ill man
nered republicans smiled at his expense.
But time avenges all things and the
latest news from the south shows that no
measure in many years has been so
heartily.endprsed as the Blaine recipro
city clause in the McKinley bill. What
Calhoun saw at a glance was the right
thing, his party is gradually getting
around to and ere long the able editor
will again be the acknowledged leader
of his party in the " state, with an ac
knowledged foresight and acumen far
, , . j
bevond that possessed by the rank and
tile of common, everyday democracy.
Somk anxious yonng souls, conv rned
nt the Imdii'jss and blu 'ilers of the -democratic
party, want to know if this or
that tiling 4 will n t kill it." Po not
h t your hearis be troubled, young ti.et'.
Nothing will ever kill the detnocMtic
party. There isn't miytiiing it can ever
d.i in the fiituiethit will parallel its
; t-lii Vine nts i-i the pa.-, i'l.d as it is
si ill us alive as it ever was, it is
i;i i.o p s.ible dang r Winn the lig
i lid of it fought against tlx- il ig on th
b-itti- fi M b.il!" y.-.U-. a 1 e:n,-:.. :!
without he t-ing- i"g o' a hair, to la in
th right of governing the ie to d
union, and within eleven years alte- the
close ot the rebellion pollid or counted
as polled a Majority ol the voting
strength of the United States, it was iV"
i lent enough that the party was not
born to be killed. Flatter jouiself Mint
the devil is dead, but never imagine that
the democratic party has betn killed.
We desire to nay to our citizens, that fo
years we have.tieen .sellniK Ir. jKing'si New
lii.scovery for Consumption, lr. Kind's New
Life Pills, Iluckleu'n Arnica aire and Klectric
Hitlers, and have never handled remedies that
sell as well, orjthat liave given such universal
satislaction. we do not hesitate to guarantee
them every time, aud(we stand reaiy to refund
the purohane price, if ..satisfactory resu'ts do
not fallow their use. The remedies have won
their great popularity purely ou their Jiueritn.
F. (5. Fricke & Co., I might s.
Govkkxok Peauman is by reason of
his office as squatter governor, command
er in chief of all the Salvation Armies in
the state. The Salvation Army is com
posed of a fearless body of men and
women, and as Indian fighters to the
time of their soul inspiring music, we
are confidentially advised by the gov
ernor, (who l .bored with them at Ne
braska City) that they are really invin
cible. The governor says, hud he be n
called upon by the general government
he could have taken a boll stand with
his army and finished the fierce Sioux in
two days. Origs' poetry and Salvation
Army music will not work together;
there is no affinity between them and
Gov. Pearman says it is largely in the
interest of the army that he refuses to
give up his seat.
A Safe Investment
Is one wheh is guareuteed to hiiug you catis
factory results, or infease of failure a return of
purchase price. On this afe plan yen can buy
from our advertised. Druggist a bottle of . Ir.
King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is
guaranteed t bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or
Ches-t, such as Consumption, 1 anamination of
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Croup, etc. It is pleasantl.aud agreeable to
a:te, perfectly safe, and can always be de
pended upon. Trial bottles free :it F. (J
Fricke &Co's Drug Store.
Cunnot become healthy food simply by
the process of death.
owe ir to themselves and society to
In swine rai-ing that will promote the
public health. Hogs should be fed,
Or. Jos. Haas5
HOG and POULTRY REMEDY
The only reliable medicine for swine.
Used successfully for fourteen years
Arrests Disease, slops Cough,
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Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
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merchondise which theysell very
close. Highest price paid for
all kinds of farm produce. Gen
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is the secret of our success.
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