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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1891)
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Plattsmout - Neb
Fiifsr. ' lean st, Oo-i: st
in Tin-; city
MiTi" til ;i v he loiiml clinici' wines
liquors and cigars.
an rn:rsj;:r jr.i sen hj;i:k
1 1 ASS" AI.K UIIITI-: LAHKL
a I w.i s tin lianil.
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COkr.NKK OK MAIN A X I KOI' KT 11 ST.
Kta The Hair
4X Ayafa llaJr Vieur. TLJa r"-"i'H-Q
atftumtinw baa aeaip. prouotaa Um grawtii
ot naar hair, raatforua Ike natural color I
Cray ia4 fculavj bur, reudtra U ofl
Pttvs mini gtoaajr.
-We hate no hmruuon ta pronounerna
Ayvfa Ilair Vigor uueuaiod lor drt)tni
the hair, and we io Uua alter long exo, ri.
ence In iu una. This preparation wwuirnv.
tlin hair, cura iLunlruff aui all dUMuuve of
me aeafji, makes ronh ami triuio hair sort
and i.luuit, and prevent ualdns. Whila it
m not a uyc, Uiuae wao have uU till Vigor
it win aumuliUn Urn rooU aiwi ook--
KIhiicU o fa.lel. pray, ligtit, aiuj red luut.
v-uiuioiii Ui oritur to
A Rich Crown
or prn M;irK. It win not sofT flic ptllojr
ca.sc no. a porkf-l JuutlXrfhief, ami i al
ways aKraaMn. All the flirty, rummy hair
ir:j:r;ti.ioiia mioiim rx; displ.iroxl at onc hy
Ayi r's flair Vi'or, ainl UmiilvukIs who ,,,
annum wim neaaji lookliif like 'the fr-tful
pirf-rliif .tTifMiM hurry let thr m-arcst dnijj
"i"- i KurciiaHe a ioiti r uu. Vicur."
TK' Mumny Soth. Atlant.1, (la.
'Ayor's Ha.ii Viir in cscfUent for tiio
liair. It Ktiniu!nt" the fTowth, ruiva bnM
u ss. n swircs tho natural color, clcaif th.s
Kf.ilji. .n vt'iitj! ilaii.inifT. ami Ls a 'k1 dn-sH-In-:.
V. know that Ayfi-s nair Vigor dlllors
Ir.im inoKt hair loni. and annilar prcpara-
1.M.J1-.. -i i.nriK penertiy harmleas." From
r.n,i,,.u lhm kVinq, t.y KliJt k. Parkur.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DU. J. C. AYEK & CO.. LoweU, Moi
Hold by 'lipKiata and I'orfuiuera.
Haitsmomh Daily Herald
IXTK ATI O iA L
A sfrii-Tly !list ol-i." ptantiliie. fully warrant
ed. Made irmu tlu very hest inaierial L)
kiIlHl,. workmen, and with the liest tools triat
have ever been devised for tli" purpose. War
ranted to do all that can be reasonably ex
liected of t!ie very li-.t typewriter extant.
!anHbleor writ i lie I5n wunN s er minute oi
mnr aecordinn to the ability of the operate-.
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THE OLD RLfA3..
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
luhlishwl erery Thrsday, Laud daily eveij
evening except Hunday.
Keni.sloied at tlie Flat tmnouUi, Neb. post
tltn:for trnsiui-ioii throuli the U.V S. maila
if second ehis- rate
Ofllce corner Vine and Fifth streets
lei; phone 3K.
TKRMH FOR WEKKLV.
)ne copy, one year, in advance . .... . .$150
)ne copy, one year, not in advance ..... 2 iio
One copy, six inotithf. in aii.aiiee 75
One c "py. three month-. In rtuvauce. .. 40
TKHMH KOK PAH.!
One cop one yr-;tr in ailv .?; Wi
ne copy per week, by e.oiier !."
'no copy, per montii 6C
SATl'K'DAV, JULY IS, lsi
R - i U HI iO A N SfATK CONVENTION.
The rrpuMican i-Irctor.- of the
itatf f Nfhraka an n-m'slrl to
.-eml (Irkatcs frota tlu-ir si-vrral
count irs. to inert in Convention in
tin- cily of Lincoln, Thursday, Sc
t.-ml.er 1. iv.li, at III o clock a. in.
lor the purpose oi piacin in noun
nation ramliilatrs for one associate
iiistice ol tlie suiireine court, ami
t a'o nieinbers of tlie hoard of re
'1'iits of the state univcr.--il v, and to
iransat such oilier business as
maylie presented to the convent ion.
Tin: a pi 'o K'T i on m i: . t
The several count ies are entitled
to representation as follows, heiii;"
based upon the vote cast for Hon
Geo. II. Hastings, for attornej -oen-
eral in 1S1K), jiviiiij one delci;'ate-at
larve to each county, and one for
,ich 1.1) votes and the major frac
tion will work. It would he a cruel
piece ef legislation if the McKinley
act not only part ial ly destroyed ICn-
flish trade, hut acted also as a pow
erful h-ver towards destroying the '
lirittish Kmiire itself. - Irish World :
Till-: Sarpy Sentinel printed at
Papillion is a little the liveliest
alliance paper that reaches this;
A I )i:KK'k"A'i k' contemporary;
writes: Campbell is iu the lead",'
but strriuovly enou;
h omits the
r -st of the
senteuci", 'if a forlorn
A mo i;mkt is on foot anions
New York C i 1 3" coloreii people to
raise 7.".HK) or irllKl.lH)!) for a oilurnl
soldiers' monument. Naliotial co
operation will be solicited.
1 11 h i i Mvk :
(t ::k'ok' TllAViiK is out in the
new C'oinity of Moyd trin' to
settle t!i- county seat Mpiabble
fairly between the con t ei id i n .0- tac
tions who have wot I-c i themselves
up to a white heat.
Tilt; fellows who are trying to
knockout Col. Mayfiel.l of the Kim
wood Kcho, have tackled too bi
a joh. The Kciio is a t redit to the
town 01 ICImwoo l and deserves a
hearty s;:f iport.
Ol'K e.oris to :aal (luring'
Ma- lS'.M ;iow an i un ease of Si) pi r
cent over the exjxirts to the same
country luriiii- the same month
one year a-o. Th is repti i A ica :i ad
iniiiisi;.:! ion is ruiuiuo' the i'oii iin
commerce of the country ai an
alarming rate. It is ".-i illinu"' and
"smot heri u" trade whenever it
has a chance.
I atn laden vllh frtfott V
From the. crolden crate.
- I . 1L
10 100105 acro iie
I caTY sweel woe
WityjAtf TA (LAUS
a ear as can be.
Ade oi)fy by
!ebi)vc& Go. Chicago
ask ywmwi FOR IT
L U. UK VK-. A- 'J.
9!i CI 4 1
Stniijrles, IiJttli, ShvH,
'un pu;;ily "venv h tnaii (f the ity
Call Mtu! j;et terms. Fourth r-tiw-t
it) rear of (i vta Iioum-.
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If there is n Hirent 111 your town address flit
Dli-UUt ;m;I ui p.
T1IK I V KISil M'K'i;
Auerits wanted 1'arish Y.
V. H. SEELKMIKE, Agent.
iFlDrt P.; j
All orders left with County Clerk will
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 210, 221 and 223 Main St.,
-lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. 31. BOSS. Proprietor.
COCN I HI-'I.. I'lll'NI'l KS fl KL.
Aiains 1 l-.!oliiioii 7
1 it.h Lit 1 K''.iiiiey (i
a i-i .-lope fi l eva !'ah-- '
Itootie .-ii aiicasler :!U
li x liiittc i;l.i coin ;
' 'ln yi'!ine. . . .
Houiiias . ..
til -eel y
Holt s York VI
Xo vote returned.
It is recomended that 110 proxies
he addmitted to the convention,
and that the delegates present he
authorized to cast the full vote of
t h deleo-ation.
It is further recomended that the
state central committee select the
temporary organization of the con
vention. Joitx C. Watsox,
WALT.M. SEELY, Chairman.
Ill- I.. I'lll'N I'l KS
. 1 l-.!i'liiioii
. .. l'Ki'.iiiiey ... .
. . . l eva !'ah--. .
... II ! nnliall
'ii 1 aiicasler
7 .Madison . . . .
M e I ' erson...
nice . . . .
.. 7 t;ed Willi. vv. .
. . 3 Kiehai'dsoi. . .
..! -arpy.. . .
. . M'Saunder ... .
.. 'JiScott's Iiluff .
.. 5) diei'idau
. . -J Stanton
. . L'l I'l.oiiias
.. Xi Washington
. 3! ' ehf-ter
.. 1 Wheeler
. s Yol k
. if I Total
It Is claimed by the Norfork p;-.-p.'is
that the farmers hi that vicini
ty will realize ;) per .-ere for their
suiir beets. If liidf 01' that amount
is expended in cultivation and
marketing it would still leave a m-t
balance of i'0 per acre which is
neni-13- twice the value of the land.
Suo-ar beet raising oitiht toTecome
DEA LKItS IN IMVE Ll'MhKIJ,
SIIINOLES, LATH, SASH.
DOOHS. r.IJNIK.nji.l n l.inlditit iiotte;!..'
I mnl svv us nt thv corner of
11th and Elm street, one block
nortli of Heisel's mill.
I gxj ?ateJs vvii f,. A
KUK'oi'i; is evidently- . tryiiio- to
take lessons from the l:nited Slates
in the matter of husbanding com
mercuil and mdustriiil opportuni
ties. TheJ nations coiiijirisino the
Triple alliance are perfecting; a rat
customs lejiotie for their mutual
advantao-e, and !iireei:io- that none
of the contractiiitr powers shall
make any commercial treaty with
another country without the con
sent of the members of the league.
They have admitted Switzerland
into the combination, but Knlanu,
France, Spain, and Portugal are re
irarded as outsiders. The condi
tions jire entireli' dilferent from
those nrevailinir ainourst the free
nations of the American continent,
where there is a natural community
of interests and where the indust
ries are so varied that a vastsysh 111
of exchange of products can be ef
fected without the injurious com
petition which enters into foreign
trade. It will he interestintr to note
the effect of the Alliance upon the
trend of trade between the parties
to the leao ue and the neutnil Slaie.
tour H so.
-'USE FU :i?J!SHING EKPOR'UM.
Having- pm cliH-cd the A. V. Wockh.icli stoic room on south
Main street where I sun now loented I c:m sell goods cheap
er tlian tlie eheajiest having just put in the largest stock
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline stoves
ami furniture of all kinds sold on the installment plan. t
i atronaoje l tin PuhK- Soiie.Mco
I JOHNSON EO'LDINGN Sixtfc
vi5a Mind waoderinf; imred. Bonks let.rnmt
I parts of ta. fciooe. nospectn. posf
I resi, -Rrat nn appucmoa to fnt.
, Kjumu. in rm at. jiv ink,
& inedii-i-'-s. -auiple free
I Briiisi'van 371 B'wwy r Y.
nuifin mrk' 1 I rt:ST. net on
'' I ii my ''in- it. 15-lt BruHhc. Curl- is
" ifafc iVrkins Las been th;irou2l)lT J
renovated from top tc .rOtr.u. mic !
now one of the U.st hotels in the state ;
Boarders will he take
$4.-M ml up.
y the week at
GOOD BAE CONNECTED
The 5th St. Herchant Taik
Keeps a Hull Line of
Fonij? i oi?3)ti3 Gaol;
Cvasult Vour-lutere tv Hl.-liiK HI ' r.
The GrewtHealth DRlTIC
P&ckae mAkss frsllona. Uwlicioos. sparklioff, and
apptizinii. Sold by ail dulm A beautiful Picture
o. x.a ana cams nni tnec to any one aendins
mAArmm tn lh. fl V lltRPA I'O 1K ,T ,11 ..
m HAIR BALSAM
Cleanse and tx'acuuiV the hair.
Pnjmotej a laxurvant frrowth.
Nevr fails to BMtors Amv
,J Hair to its Youtfafu. Color.
turt waip Jiattes & nair tailing.
' ' : ' "'.lz-r . Cll'O. J '.ii'- ihc i.rt C' iwh,
i inn-'. !. b';:t . Ti'iii'.-rtioi,, Pain, Take in time. .Ml.'t.
'lhe enly sure cure br Cums.
fltt tt--r -i
pi nMriilriiL rleurieTanl lumrMaro
kiDnMlitonce. uui( lur sua iit ui unmiE.
HOW ENGLAND IS AFEECTED
The London correspondent of the
amifacturer referring1 to the poli
cy ol reciprocit3', says that tins
piece of Mr JJlaine's statesmanship
was not at iirst appreciated in hn
gland at its true value. John Hull
however, is leg;iiuiiiir to open his
e-es to the consequences of a policy
which threatens to take awa- from
him many a market that he has
hitherto monopolized. lr. Hlaine
has hit John Hull hard on more
than one occasion, hut reciprocity
is one of the hardest blows he has
delivered. "The Hrittish exporter."
writes the London correspondent to
the Manufacturer, "is beginning1 to
appreciate the seriousness of the
situation. The reciprocity clause is
applicable to very many Knglish
possessions, it Has already been
coquetted with by its West India
colonies who see as clearly as posi-
ble that their interests lie with the
United States and not with Great
Hritain. Oueensland, Natal and a
few other equally promising colo
nial dependents will, no dmibt, soon
be nibbling at the tempting offers
held out by the United States. All
Knglish colonies producing molas
ses, sugar, hides, tea, and coffee will
begin to ask themselves whether it
would not be well to receive Ameri
can manufactured goods at a pre
ferential tariff if they can send their
produce to such a free market as
America, What, then, will be tlie
How to Succeed.
This is the great problem of life
which few satisfactorily solve.
Some fail because of ill health, oth
ers want of luck, but the majority
from insufficient grit want ofjtierve.
Theyare nervous, irresolute, change
able, easily get the blues and "take
the spirits down to keep the spirits
up, thus wasting money, time, op
portunity and nerve force. There is
nothinir like the Restorative Ner
vine, discovered by the great spe
cialist. Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous
diseases, as headache, the blues,
nervous prostration, sleeplessness.
neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, tits and
hysteria. Trial bottles and line
book of testimonials free at F. G.
Fricke & Co.'s.
The Best is the Cheapest
That is Why Frwl (Jurder utter 1" years of experience as the most Hurcessful
Agriculturttl implement denier in the county has wh-cted 'he following implc
nents which he carries and heartily recoinmwds to his friends nd pntrons.
32etch.ura. violin and SchAitler
WAG O NS,
Bradloy, S'QriA. and IDeer
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES Cul
tivators and Badger Cultivator.
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER,
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
It will cost you nothing and will
surely do 3-011 good, if 3-011 have a
Cough, Cold or an- trouble with
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's
New- Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to
give relief, or money will be paid
back. Sufferers from La Grippe
found it just the thing and under
its use had a speedy and perfect re
covery. Trv a sample bottle at our
Handle tlie finestot JJuggies, Phaftons, Carts, Spring Wagons, and
Carriages and other vehicles that are manufactured.
The largest line in Cass County, ot double and single harness at
prices so low that it will pay you to come 20 miles and inspect stock
before purchasing elsewhere. DAVID JUILLEli an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
Plattsmouth. and Weeping Water
-er3-. Trv a sample bottle at our . . .
pense and learn for yourself just J I 7 -t Z 171 ( O
w good a tiling it is. Trial bottle i I - l7 lllwl LI rr I -J
.e 'atF.G. Fricke & Co. Drug JL VJT J-. I I
ore. Large size oOc. and ifl.OVJ " v
, ilss' Nerveand Liver Plle.
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, stomach and bowel through
the tierves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles
Pills speedily cure biliousness, baa taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Une
qualed for men. women. children.
Sninllest, mildest, surept! 50 doses, 25c.
Simpla free at F. G. Fricke & Co's
"A God-send is Kly's Cream Halm.
I had catarrh for three 3-ears. Two
or three times a week 1113- nose
attitude of Kmrland towards those ! would bleed. I thought the sores
colonies if they are determined to
K Chichestbr-s English. Red Cross
TH( ORICINAL MO CCMUIMC. The 9.fh. Pr. and rtUotlM Pill for ul..
LallM. .t DraciMt tot UMokMUr m aTai Immd M ia Rrd aad Gold metsiiie
Iu. mid wta hla. rilitia. Tai mtmr kl.4. Mtfusm SiuifUcnt end mention.
all pui. lumnurt bona puu wraprfcar. a.ai I ... t .an lAn alia. At Druczijts. or aea a.
4.. In Maap tar taruelaia, wimh. and, KrIlrr rr l-a.lee. m letter, n. rt:t M.Lu
IO. T.iawl.l. Hmm Paftr. CHICHItTCK CHtHICll CO.,
Cat. CO.. Haitian. 0O.UI
f UlLuxUt 1 -I A.
make the best bargain for them
selves? Will Hrittish goods be dis
criminated against in Hrittish pos
sessions? And, if so, what will be
come of the colonial trade? Per
haps, unknowingly, the reciprocitj-
clause will be the corner stone upon
which Hrittish Imperial disintegra-
Your Halm has
M. A. Jackson,
would never heal.
cured me." Mrs.
Portsmouth. N. H
I have had nasal catarrh for ten
3-ears so bad that there were great
sores in my nose, and one place was
eaten through. I got Kl3-'s Cream
Halm. Two bottles did the work.
M- nose and head are well. I feel
like another man. C. S. McMillen,
Sible3", Jackson Co.. Mo.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs? Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUCGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at nil Honrs
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ELY BROTHERS. M Warren 8W, New York. Pric60rta
M4 ky avU Lrml VrMlaka.
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