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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1891)
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On ciy, three rninttn. In sdvaaee. ... 40
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' FRANK DICKSON.
For County Jiid-e :
For County superintendent :
j. E. LKYLV.A,
For Coroner :
J. I. UNRUII.
Por Surveyor :
FnrCoiiiini.iloner Flrt District :
S. W. DL'TTON.
1 Now that Broady lias declined,
where will the democracy find a
candidate to tun aga:nst Judge
Free sdver and f ee trade are the
batde cries of the deinoc.acy. It
will be a .'.ee pass up Salt Creek
after the November election.
THE republican theory is, that
when the farmer pell his products
fur 1.00 he should be paid in money
worth HX) cents. The democratic
theory is that he should be paid in
a 73 cent dollar. Which do you
prefer to receive.
The republican party declares
that the Union soldiers should be
paid in a dollar worth 100 cents,
throughout the world, while the
democ acy claims that a 75 cent
dollar is good as he deserves
There is noth'ng at all surprising
in that, however.
Tl!E Banner, published at Athens
Oa., the official organ of the Al
liance of that state speaks hs fol
lows concerning the third party
movement in that state:"There is no
new south! Call it the south, if you
please.but not the new south. Not un
til the names of Lec and Jackson
11 nd of the immortal Jclf Davis
have faded Irotn the hearliof the
patriots. The political attitude i t
the south to-day is not unlike the
attitude she held when she called
upon her sons to sho-lder their
muskets and march fourth to bat
vrf Brrw.gr. Th -(did south
must not be broken.
Let us stand by the democracy.
IN a recent issueof the Journal,
after severely criticising theOmaha
WosJd-Herald for espousing the
cause as led by Edgerton, the editor
of that paper closes with the follow
ing words: "It is melancholy to
think of a man of bright prospects
like Mr. Hitchcock, throwing them
to the dogs." Notwithstandingthis
attack upon Mr. Hitchcock, the
Journal comes out in yesterday's
isHiie and makes a laborious and
long winded attrmpt to prove that
Kdgert'JU should be elert'-d. TlIK
Hkkai.I surmises that this dirdi of
cot! crow which the editor of the
Journal takes with apparent relish,
is, in a measure, repugnant to his
belter tast.-s, and why he has con
cluded to go over to the dogs also,
we are at a loss to account.
After making this remarkable flop
the ediior proceeds to take the
course always adopted by the van
quished, and charges Judge I'ost
with being a railroad man. This
Liniiiiliits to nothing in tin fact' of
the record which Judge I'ost has
made, and the unmistakable evi
dences of his meritorious services
in behalf of the people as evidenced
by Icx.Miiony of his neighbors of
nil i'rl e.
Our conlciiipornry proceeds to
quote the democratic platform mid
applies it to '.he views entertained
by Kdg '. lo.i. Now it matters little
wli.it the democrats platform de
1 I, ires, in the f.ii e of their past rec-
unl. The iudetiendeiit tiartv favors
11, e Newberry bill as vetoed ,y
Gov. I:.,vt. It tti democratic ami
independent psu'.ei are one on
'Tailro.nl comrol. why, Mr. Journal,
Oid tu.t the democratic convention
Cond -ui -i v7j d's vt'lo a"d I'P'ovt?
ihv NewWi ,y till?
MORE MONEY .-NOT FREE COIN A.-3r
Nebracka democracy '' 1,,,ul
big free and unli-niiC
nilver fell into the same
Ih.U is coding demoe ubc to
iiKinv vo,es 111
the roimervai've busi
iniii' ,,,, "
which d eads an '
dishonest i UUlW-1- t
winning ov: .' jfreatin.ody of
people who ire u..-rct ly tjrViiiandinK
an incieaM-iii 'Vy "l money.
Frev ai .- limited (silver coinage
is one hi'
An inn ace in the circulating
medium i another and quite ditfer
ent thir ..
Tht s. tt bulllonaries purposely
confuse ineee two ideas and use
eveiy (h' vice to s.t ure the first by
skillfully etigrai'.rv' it on the sec
ond. As a matter of ict this country
ha no more to g : J by the free and
uuliuii.ed coin iM of silver a. per
cent of its mar:, t value than it has
in auihorizing '. use of diamonds
as money nt per cent of their
What the people want and what
1 he country needs is a largvr
supply of IDOceat dollars. It makes
no difference whether they are
tnttdeof irold. silver or paper, us
Iwng as they are worth 100 cents.
Free and unlimited silvtr coin
age of 80 cen.s dollars might even
resnlls in contracting the currency
by driving gold ?-o hiding or ex
port Free and unlimited coinage
of 103 cent dollars could not have
The World Herald believes that
the true sense of the popular de
mand of the day on the money
question would be expressed io
some such reso'ulion as this:
Resolved. That we favor an in-
e-ense in he sunrdv of money and
: . . ' - . .. - 1.1 .1
oelieve mat tins increase ximuni 01
in 100 cent dollars of whatever
mate ial made, or on whatever
credit issued, and should continue
from vear to vear until an average
c'rulat'on of not less than i) tier
pe-son is ai.ained, which should te
within live years, or as soon there
at er as possible
Such a proposit'on would not
enable anyone to unload any ma
terial ou the public at a profit of '20
percent, but it would, if allowed
out, force more money into circula
tion and improve the condition of
the country World Herald.
Mm. Mlelisel Curtain, ruinfreld. III., maket
the.u'ement ththe raiiKhl eold. which l
tlrd on her ; he wa treated dr a month
b her Inmllr h.lrln. hut irrr worse, lie
old hrr .lie wu a hoiM-leM m'tlf el coimumn
tton and that no medicine could rur her
Ber Druitsbit luwetttd Dr. Kluc'i new dlscor
erv (or eontuiiptloi ; h bouvlil a btlle and
to her delight found beraell heneflld train the
dow She continued lt u and afler lak
Ing ten bottlm. found bervll aound and well
now doed her own nmwework and In as welt a
h eer wan. Free trial iKiitle. of "thl. ureal
di.coverratF.fi. Fricks Co' hrua Sloie
n(etottle r.VW. arit t.
Sleepness night made miserable
by that terrible caugh Shilohs rem
edy is the cure lor you, oy 1. d
Frick. and O H Snyder. 2
A MtroplltNn f erchitnt.
The boy was no! more than 2i feet
hitjn. But be wm int lli" tit and ener
getic, and ho hawked bis newpiipers
wita a leid that would have teen credit
able to a hixh prjof drnmmer. He was
not unuiiudful of bis dignity, and when
one Broad street purchaser accompanied
bis tender of payment for a newspaper
with a frivolous cbufllng remark, the
brisk little follow embarrassed bitn with
a sharp glance from two si'appln black
eyes, remarking the while: "Here is
yonr change, sir. I have no time for
"Keep the change." said the purchaser,
dropping the facetious and assuming a
serious air; "will you fell me bow long
you have been selling papers?"
"I have beeu In the newspaper bnxl
ness three years," replied tlie diminutive
merchant somewhat coldly.
"Three years!" exclaimed the man
witb uiife'igued surpriM, "why, my lad.
you do not look big enough to curry a
bundle of papers."
"Notwithstanding," said the mile,
with unruffled dignity, "1 have been in
this biihiuene for three yenrs, and for two
years before I sold papers I was iu the
"Is it possible?" commented tlie ques
tioner with increased surprise. "See
liere, my little man, how old are you?"
"Nine years old," calmly responded
the littlo fellow. "I had to gi t out and
hustle to help support the family when 1
was four years old. 1 belong to a family
who waste no time,"
Tlie lad spoke the truth, fie was bom
in Eant Broadway, and went to work in
a clothing store when but four years old
as cati'u Ixiy And there are many more
like hlin in this large and progressive
Liverpool is rather a muddy place.
The other day after a spell of wt
weather a man walking along tlie pave
ment espied a hat flouting on the surface
of the roadway. Ha carelessly switched
it aside with his slick when, to Ion u
toriWimerit, a bead appeared boneaih.
"Well, you've Chosen a nice place to
stsnd in," remarked the owner of the
stick to the owner of the bead. "I'm
not ftanding," replied the latter, Iu an
injured tone; "I'm sitting ou top of an
omnibus." Yes, Liveriool is distinctly
J a niudJy place.-London Globe.
:ii ilieridan wai
,av by a, Mexican
' ..iiate friind of tin
oMier in his lifetime.
A g.vl fst.y
pent It-11- (-
,g on the commander of
' ..i.st-nieu iu W'aaliiirt'ton, h 1
. at his il'lt. Ins f't ine-(i
" , i hikI Iiih shm'H il'MnorrHtieslW ,
. (in top f tlie drM Whiltj tne i
' -r.-il win ai;:itt'iiily 11 brorbcil iu noui i
,.itiiiK Hie Me-waii (,"'"t!'Uia'. wlio j
".'iioiiK'it servant had left tlie war
rior stioi in tlie wroiiif place, toilk Inn
cane and gently dt-iKwite tlie thoca on
The uext day the Mexican gentleman
culled a;,'iiin ou Slienilan and found him
at Ills iIk, boie a top s before. Tue
polite rusik'ii( of the troincs begun enc
more removiu( . the Uoe to tu noor,
when all at ouce Skeridun roared ont:
Don't you do tost again, airl Yoo
make me ridiculous. sirP
1 beg yonr pardon, (ceneral, but how
nave 1 made yon ridn:lour
Why, air, said Sheridan, still an-
noyed. "yesterday, air, 1 went out to
walk after you bad called on me. 1 wiu
uearuitf the White House when 1 noticed
a gentleman looking at Hie intently,
boon be ldrened rue, saying, 'Excuse
me, general, but aicu'i Joii iuiaiU 01
catching cold? 'Why, sir, no, cot that
1 kno,, of; whats the matter, sirr
Well." sail the gentleman. it Is very
damp and you aregoing about in your
slippersr I tell you. sir," said Sherid.in,
addreasing bis Mexican friend, "you
made me ridiculous. It is my habit, sir,
to put my shoes on my dc k where I can
not fail to see them, so I may not forget
to put them on, and, confound it, sir.
you come around here with your notions
of propriety and send me around town
In my slippers, sirl Dotton Herald.
Iluttarttles That Bathe.
It is commonly thought that a butter
fly dreads the water as a fine lady dreads
rain, but evidently this is not true in
Australia. The case of an Australian
KuttrHv flfltitftrut'.tveiif'.iririir t.hs watar
to Uke a bath is recorded by M. U
Lyell. Jr. He saw it alight close to the
water, into which it backed until the
whole of the body auJ the lower part of
the bind legs were submerged, the two
fore legs alone retaining their hold on
the dry land After remaining in this
pohition for something like half a min
ute it flew away apparently refreshed
Mr. Lyell says- "Dnnng the morning
1 noticed a number doing the same
thing. In one instance no less than four
were to U seen within a space of not
more than three yards, and, to make
sure that 1 was not deceived, 1 captured
several as they rose from the water, and
found in each cat the body and lowef
edge of the bind wings quite wet While
hi the water the fluttering of the wings,
so noticeable at other times, was sus
pended, and so intent were the but
terflies in the enjoyment of the cold
batb that they could hardly move, even
wben actually touched by the net
"Apparently the beat of the weather
drove them down to the water, as itnme-
diately opon emerging they flew up
again to the hillside. Butterflies are
often seen apparently sucking in the
moisture around the' edge of the pools;
but they have never before been seen
actually to enter the water," Victoria
- BoHmI Id LacM.
Lace headdresses, or what were called
beads of lace, were very fashionable in
England in the reigns of Mary and
Anne, and the ladies of the court some
times paid very large sums for a tine
bead of French or FU-niihh hire, but tho
extravagance in this fragile article of
luxury was never carried to the same
ruinous extent as in France. It was,
however. proftiKcly worn during what
may Is) called the lnee epoch, and vas
even coveted as an article of adornment
iMrs. Oldfield, the celebrated actress,
left instruction that sho should bo laid
in her cofiin arrayed in a very fine head
dress of Brussels lace, in a shroud of
Holland linen with lace tucker and ruf
fles und a pair of kid gloves. Yards of
the costliest point d'Angleterre and
Mechlin laces were wrapped around the
corpse of the beautiful Aurora von
KoiiiiraiMsrrii teforw ) wm laid Id br
grave at (uedlinburg, anil many of the
mummies fouud in the catacombs of
the Capuchin convent at Palermo are
swathed in tho same costly funeral
robes. Chambers' Journal.
Aw Abnormal Apuwtlta.
A native of Wittenbe rg on one occa
sion, after eating a sheep and a sucking
pig. ate by way of dessert sixty pounds
of prunes without taking out the stones.
On another occasion this same Individ
ual devoured two bui-hels of cherries,
several earthen versels, chips from a fur
nace, pieces of glas, soms hevtlea, a
shepherd's bagpipe, ritls. birds with their
feathers on, and a nuuils-r of catcrpil
lam, finishiiig up by swallowing a pew
ter Inkstand, With its pens, paper knife
and sand box. We arj informed that
win u t;x. so luxuries were partaken of be
was generally tinder the influence of
brandy, but that he appeared to relish
In mngul ir food, and wai a man of ex
traoidinaiy sta-ngth. lie died In bis
eighty-first year. London Tit-Bit.
Thw Two Meridian.
The Geographical congress held In
Switzerland recommended the universal
adoption of the metric system and alno
the (jiu n wit li meridian for the kon-
ing of longitude and time. It is doubt
ful if this will be done, however, by all
nations, for. although a standard in
both canes would be lieiieficial to ths
world at large, France naturally desires
Fans tuii", and Engliiii'l would never
surrender her pruno meridian and adopt
a revolution in her system of measure-
dent milcM the new iiieaeiire w.ts ex
Hiiiiniil and b.i-x d upon intriiiiic iiierit
-Nt.w Yoik Tunes
A Kind Toong Mao,
"What 1 like about Charlie," said
Ethel, "is his kiiidiicns to animals. Why,
iat week when be took mo to the mo-
uagcrie hf gave a whole peanut to one
cf the elephants." Now York Epoch.
GontiiiuestoOtrer its Qpor
till for iiiGslsGiL
No Excuse for not having a
Home ol Your Own.
Hut What you are paying out
for Rent Into a homo.
7 per cent money for persons
wishing to build in South
Look to the Future
and invest now in
THE OPPOHTUlttlY OF A
Among other reasons why it is
better to invest in South I'ark than
elsewhere in the city, are these:
Property ie more saleable if you
wish to sell, more rentable if you
wish to rent; if looking for nn in
crease in value.no other part of the
city will compare with it in prospect
The 5th ward composed largely of
South I'ark, less'than three years
ago could hardly muster up a vote
at the last general election the vote
was l.'W and all were not polled. It
has been less than two years since
the city invited us into the corpor
ate limits, yet we haveoverone hun
dred newly built house- ond others
in process of construction, owned,
with few exceptions, by the parties
tiow living in them.
This part of the city has a store
water mums, electric arc iignts
church and school priveledgea and
,1 new cnurcii eonicr jusi nuu
of which the whole city is proud
I'lattsmouth's steady growth for
five years past almost doubling its
populasion; the advance stand it
hits taken regarding public im-
provements, the certainty of a new
fcsf VXO court house; the completion
of the great Missouri I'acific rail
way into this city, giving us anoth
er great trunk line and competing
market; the constant increasing
pay roll of the C. H. A J. shops, to
gether with many other well known
reasons, assure a steady and perma
nent advance in realty, which will
doubtless effect South I'ark more
favorably than any other portion of
Hri(i a tine to tht nxxmrajtmeitt 0
a ttitl irtuUr jroirth 0 thin part '
fi city, we will chhUwu to mil foU on
twnl li! j jHiyni'ttU, furnLh viowy
with Ifhbh to CTt hmmrM will cx
vhauj. hit fif othrf imiiTOT.nl rity
rirty oror lUnirnllt Improtud or
It is not so much the speculator
as the permanent resident that we
wish to purchase this ilisirable
property. Out of over Eiohty pres
ent owners of South I'ark
properly none are speculators
bene e'l here an no fictitous values
and lots are selling at about the
price they were immediatly after
it was platted -a strong argument
why the present is a most desirable
time for investments. Much addi
tional information regarding South
I'ark may be had by calling at my
oflice on Main street over Hank of
n. B. WI1IDHAU
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il LIL'S I'EI'PEKHEKC;.
x AscrAi-ri 11K or am
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l'KALFIt IN THK
CHOICEST URANUS OF CIGARS
H'1.1. I.INI I T
ma c-co AND SMOKE S ARTICLES
always iu stock
IkST : NATIONAL : HANK
UP FLATT8MOCTH, KKHKASK A
05em tbs ferv t,e.t friiiiir fr tit iifoir.p I
irao.wciiou ui ,'-' 1
mock.. tondi,s..ld.orrtimeiilsi.d local M-
Hinilea hoiiKhl 1 lid sold. Iella recelf
...I llilrel a iiweil on III" criuiic
Oratta drawn, sllaMe Iu sur lisre 01 io
t)niie4 hum. sod ail Ike principal iwm o
ooi.tacTioxs madi asi) raoHPTi.T assirr.
Blrnest maket p'lcs Pid lor County War.
rail IS, nuiie ana uuiit; iwuu,.
John Pitwarald J-."l"A"wu,t6
Haia Wausli. wlll;e
;eorS K. Dwrej
oho rmmii. WajMCh.
J11K CM HANK.
r-LAlHMi)t'T NKBKASIt A
,(..,.! .wk n.lrf In . .. SS''S
Authonxed Capital, 1100,000.
KAHE ( AltKLTH. JOS. A. CONNUi:.
W. H. CUHHIMU. Cfbia
rauk t'arrutb J. A. Connor. K. K. lnltau.sa
I. W.Johnaoo. HouiTlkMk.JohsO'Keels
W. U. M-rnarn. Wm. wetonramp. w.
fEWSlCl'Si CEKBH BHI1SI 1MB
iieaeejllAraie.of deH.iu bearlns Intereal
Huva and sell, e irlinK. eoou'.i aua
nit V '
ANK OK CASS (Hl'NTY
Cor Main and Fifth nrrat.
... A dot
0. 11. Panieie Preaideiit
Pred Cionter Vice lrealdlil
1. M. Pallervin ('a.lieii
t M. FalU-raun. " A.t Calilol
n U Parmrla J M Paltervm. Pred Oorder
A. H. Smith. K. B. Wladliam. U. . JUbim- aid
r. M Paltcrsim
I 0EHESAL ANX1NC BuoinESS
AoeniinOi a,,llettM lniere.1 ailwed on first
lepoalU and prmit aitrntlisidven to all boa-
ineaa snlnKUid lo its ears.
hen you go to 11 shoe store your
object isnol only to litiy shoes lint
to procure for w hat ) ou spend the
best that your money will ritty.
I ,chs than this will not content you;
more than tins you cannot, in rea
son, ask. tiiir ir.ctlioii are as
simple as your desires. We do not
lilt your expectations to the clouds,
Mil we reaiiy.e uieiii wuaiever uiev
are. We will never sacriliee your
interests lo ours nml nowhere else
can you K't a fuller mid fairer
equivalent for 011r motley. An
especially prolil.ible purcli.i-e for
) 011 is our clc.
BOOE3, DH O 13 H OR
.'Sit Main Street.
. I ROLF
4 ni up The
Mi $U -- Oosiffif
1. 1 in; ( i i v
Where may be futui'l choice wines
liquors ami ciijnt.
AN II El.'SEK Hl St H llhi:k
HASS' ALE WHITE I.Ai:i:i
always on hand.
IIIKNIKOK MAIN At HOUK1 M ST.
THE LEAD) NO
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY,
EVERiTiCKS FF,ECH . KiD IN SEAIXiN
I want your Poultry, Fees, Hut-
ter niid - your farm produce of nil
kinds, I will pay you the hiihest
faoii price s I tiiii buy iiig luf A
urn 111 i.incoin.
P? TO U" I 'p'RSP'.lI
. A. A I A. i-ll. lA-'il)
THE LEADING GROCER
I'lattsinouth - Nebraska
J. H A:N:S:E:N
STAPLE AND FANCY
QUEEN SWA RE1
Floor acd FfiEfl a Specialt
, .,,, ., , rublo Wicita
JOHNSON BOILDINGN SiltHi
I TTOUNKY A LAW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES. '
a. a wiNDiiAM. john a. davikh,
oUry I'ulillo NoUrf I'ublls
Offlee over Bank of Cses County.
Plst turnout .... Nebrubs
A. N. 6CLLIVAN.
Attnrner lUUa, will irlt prompt s'tenlloo
lo all bii'liinHi entruated lo lilui. onice iu
I'elua black, Kait aide, flattacoutii, hcb.
EW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL A SON
Keep all kiodt of huilders hardwar nn hand
and alii tupplr rmitriirt T. 00 uiinl lav
Slid all kind. o tin aork promptly
one. OrUara Irom tiis country Holl;lted.
Sl PpsI HI.
1 IL'i' Ti
; ', tl I .
Lumber Yard .1
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. I WATEBII1H h SOS
Shingles, Lath, 8wh,
Cun supply cverw denmod of tho city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of ope: Lou ho.
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