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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1891)
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Thursday. i)i:ci:Mi5i:ie 4.
CoXGKEss convent's m'xt Mimd.ij ,
Watch for rn-Huletit HarriFonV
3C83ae next week.
Ir. J. Cii ask i now iMiwrtinr of
Xgd;a:i3r vice fioviTnor Alvin I'.
MlLI.3 njpi'!irs to be in tli' K'li'l in
iifp;ilTihi; cn(it, with Crit-p
following Closely lic-hiri l II i ill.
INDIANAI'DLH Ii:h nnnoitnc'l
that f!io will rant tho (b-MK.cratf
the privil'Vo of holding their con
vention in that city.
foreign t-liipmi'nts arc
than evr-r l-fntv. Wliy'r
Because it ia thir legitimate out
jrowlh of the l;K;i:!.y tariff law.
IF the MeKiisley bill continue" to
gTpw in popularity with the people,
ttie democratic party will yet eec
darker days than it h n kccii fince
the civil war era.
Tim president's furthcomin
nesag-e will tie full of HtatinticH
bitcrestin and corMoIin; ton-pub
Leans but mortifying and txaa
crating to democratH.
A Xf.MHKK of th in Impendent
papers have Biiee.iiabeJ to the iu
vitable during the past few
months. And, by the way, what
kaa becomi of the independent
Th.T Wurld-UerdUJ uiiJe a happy
hit when it atl that aince the
American hojj had been admittcl
into foreign countries, we miht
ow expect to fee less of hiui in
The republicans ask but one
favor of the approaching demo
cratic Iioiihc namely, that they
lect Mills epeaker and that he
appoint a committee that will re
port a radical free trade measure.
A FBW days nince, n Calamity
Peffer was winding up one of bis
accustomed chrieking ppclls, he
iowiy Hiroked his whixkers as he
remarked: "How long! Oil, how
long!" whereupon Home bright re
publican farmer yelled out: "About
MANY of our democratic nhertH
are beginning to fear that they will
aland no chow of winning in VI oi
a seenty-tive cent dolar platform,
and are advising that they adopt
Mi ypit'jlic!??! .?!!?-hundred ct
dollar idea. Uo as you like, but it
will be a cold dish of crow.
TllB freetraders would have the
American farmer to believe that
the location of niniufarttiritv
throughout the country is a detri
ment to hiin. The American Jfarm
ra are not foal, and they;wiil re
sent the inHalt at the first opportu
nity bv ai'llirit- down 01 tli Cnh.
denitea in no unmistakable m m.
The Journal a-k what Ohio
h-Ctioiis amount to if they bring
o relief to Ohio wool growers.
TVeMern free trader ned not bur-
rueu meir minus witu such a
IIIBull.nl .... II. i.. T I . f
n 1111. Alir JllO voicr
nrnnrtunu -. ... .
Hy the way, we wish to Inform our
free trade trade neighbor that
American wool is worth in th
.American market several cents per
pound more than the foreign wool
in a foreign market.
A short time Bince, Geo. T. War
wick, of Springiicld, Mass., made a
Urouosition to the H izena of u' -
ney to the effc-et that if a r ubsidy
f filXX) could be raised, a bicycle
factory would lie located there be
fore upriug. The public spirited
business mem of that place at nnre
called n meeting and raised the
desired amount It is confidently
asserted thst Mr. Warwick will have
the plant in ' operatian by April I.
According t the argument the
that section should
meeting to pro: est ;
.'h,lil not tue citi..ens o.
mouth p'-rpeira'e a h i 1 11 i ' ; r
against the far.n-rs o. '.'.! s
it proper ellort.s e;-! m.-;:
A llr for Mlfr
South Crouil itreet, from Jacksm
uti-eet lo the, navy y irj nates, was t ha
scene of a foot r.u-e tiieoi.i-r day, the
prize bi.-in the pr.tty daughter f a
utilors' wiMlierwouian. For noma tiuie
Darm-y Burns, a marine, ami Ueorije
Lind.--.iy, a sailor Oil Imanl thu receivi.'ijf
nhip bL Lonis, which is stationi-d at
League Wand. Ii.tvo Urn enaiimred of
the bright eyed daii'htT of th won.an
who dcK-s their wiisliin. The men were
friends and tlin (irl's adi-ctions seemed
to le aboat evenly divided on the two
ardent lovers. How to d.-ci ! with
wiileil of tnu two me slionid c.it her lot j
was a (Iiiliciilt Iirolileiu, lmt th hat'iiv
inearra-e.neuu were fflwi i,rJ ,
s,'tm ,he i'ix-r.-,i
.1 11117 IUIIIV, IW(J lIllit'H
eoininiiii 1 hvn l.ir crowd who
ul U-vii aIvise.l t,f the conti-t. Ihiriii
Stnllils 0 f'S-t 0 ilU'll-, 11 ln-i;'!it lil.'l
wei'lii alxmt 2m p-iuii I.-, wlid, liif o;-
pM -lit, Liii'i-ay, ii lilli and will'iwy;
and t!w sjmi is i-i t'.i') crow I were not
ion-; in ueD-niiiuiiij upuu tiiu I.iiici ai
At th er.-ick cf t!io pM.-il theloveri
w-re otf at a r:t ; l 1 j;-i.t. mid untd tne
tr:ti-lc of I'm ( trcnwtrl Puirtt -x r-f (. ,ri
cf tie IVutiylvaiiiit r.ulrond wi-re rea-h-el
lci'itwll tig'tln-r. Tho i.:u-e ti,l 1
t);cn IJuni!)' v.iml, liov.-t-vir, iind l.
Jri ip'-d bi-hind, and when LiinV iy
r .irin d t'nu end of the & i liii) c .in
x titor w:n not in l i-lit The v.:! r
woniairn dany!iti-r will mm-Wuiutj ilia.
tind.-vay. I'hilu.l-lphia li -cord.
I nlUh rnrtiflrsllniK In Amrrlrm.
John D'.!:i U preparing to make things
plearatit f" US. !! hilt beeu f.f late
r i-jn.-cially kciivs ia strengthening Lis
outposts near tho United Stale. rix of
the uio-t powerful inoh-rn warshijH nru
to be Fetit to tue Aorth Atlantic fnnad
ron, tiie (dimmer lie,id'j'i;ii iers of wbieh
are at Halifax ami too winter quarters
InrsuJa, Halifax 1 cl. a to the Ameri
can line and onl) C'J miles froia Htou
T. -r.nuda is only CO mile from New
York and is heavily fortified.
At Tort Royal, in Jamaica, within
one day s ail of Florida by steamship,
Mr. Lull lias some very powerful bat
teries. On tho little iolan 1 of St. Lucia
he bos a dry dirk, a i.avnl station snd n
heavy battery commatidm one of the
approaehes to the mouth of the propov.1
Mic::r.i;rna can:d. On nil tlese strong
holds money Is now beinj; spnt. We
ail know about the arw-nid, naval depot
ami fortifications at Esauimault. and
the waiships in theso waters. Uncle
Dull has industriondy fortiiW bis out
posts as near m possible to tba United
The increased activity in this wor is
only two or three years o!L It must be
costing a rre st deal of money. U inani
fen Is a very friendly iutumt in our wel
fare aud shows that onr Jolly old nncle
bus his lienevolent eye on us. We shall
have to watch Lncle Bull, too, in the
fiiendliest way. We roust not let bim
outdo as in poliU attention.--Loeton
Recently a woman Tcsidinz in Bonth
?hii Ids wa leavini the rostoffice. and
in passing alonj Keppel street, near the
borto fchie.ls police headquarter, she
lore cp a Ore pound note, under the iin
preion that it w;u an ordinsry piece of
paper, fclie uid not discover her mistake
till the eveuinit, whereupon she informed
Chif Constable Moorhouse of the unfor
innate circnm'oiice. It being very
dark, a nnmber of police ofCcer were
set U work with lanterns, and after a
good deal of labor succeeded in collect
ing in different parts of th street
numtier of piece of tho uote.
These were posted ou to a sheet of
paper, and application ws mada to a
Kewcatle bank, bnt the patched op note
Dcwa; rerasei there, it was sent to Lon
don to the Rank of England, and by re
turn uf ponl m Dew ate pound note was
received by U woman, who showed her
gromnda for the efforU of the ptdice by
ending a contribution, which baa been
placed to the credit of a private police
innd. jjondon Tit Bits.
Rsntaw Ssai riifh'i r.rrar.
Sam I'ugh, of this city, was onita aert
onsly hm-t car Ktillwater, 0. T., a few
evenings ago. With party of yonng
men ne wa otit coon hunting. They
chased an animsl aeveral milee, think
ing they were trailing a coon, and when
the animsl waa treed, Pngn climbed the
tree to knock it down. In the darkuew
he could not se but what it wa a coon,
and he climbed op elose to it and stroek
it. To bis sr.rprii! he found the ininial
was a lare and fiirm-ion wildeat, which
flew at him, biting and KTatching hiin
in a horriMo tnamer, anil cansing him
to Iohj his hold and fail to the ground.
In hi fall ha Unuk a limb, fracturing
three ribs and inflicting o'her sever
bruises. Ife will be confined to Lis rrmm
for me wesk with hi injuries. Kan
sas City Journal.
Ttis Hm IntlUd 1.K.
A bud uiw rrently shot in the
ilaitio wkaIs which iid l nioe proiigi on
one horn mid eiM on thi other, t!i
.rea.l at the antlers measuring five
fet. The kuimal atpsrently courted
death, for, wh le the ,unur who ,ot
hiui wa ssh-op by hi camp fire, in the
LdJdL' of th? ni'iit tie ai.uusl mine up
and MnelleJ hiin over and awakuud
him. I'hiUwlelphia Ledger.
It is believed tUt a well planned sy
tem for Improving the breeds of cattle,
horse and Log thronbout all Cui.ada
will be soon taken in hand by the ad
miniutrstion. This would add rstly tc
thq vaiiie of the permanent "living
plnnt," i f fr.it p,pl and to "prxctiwU i
poUUo- in Ue bast soum,
, Jist out-
Fnry Wurh Which
I'upular III I..t;UiicI.
Tlil new Cimlerella bas!;et, from
England, Is In reality even rtalntief
than the illustration surest, for after
all that cannot tdiow the beauty of
color. A simple rattan worlcstand.
1 such as may be gotten for a small sum.
Is the foumlHtioa for this pretty object.
The lower and the upper basket and
the stand Itself are (plded carefully and
smoothly. When this Is quite dry th
lower basket has an Insido lining of
pale pink silk und an outer drapery of
pink tilli with a fringe formed of differ
ent lennlis cf fcillt, tipped with gold
discs. A polil cord outlines the ed;:o of
the basket. The upK-r basket is lined
In the same nay and, In addition, lias a
full pocket-like top that draws up with .
pold cord and conceals the valuable ,
insido. The outer drapery Is similar to !
that on the lower basliet. but so many
of the golden discs arc not required, as
at regular intervals are ct the fanciful
Uppers that make pockets auil give the
name to the basket. These are madtf
1 nl I !...! li-it'id tlf tf
Ci,rcn, nlh 'b Br,j lMrai,e,
,, rn , witl. ,ala
pjnU fc.ltt B'ni, u Wlti (lulllC(1
satin fif emirse, farieiful slippers can
be bought ready m:.de. lmt tho iti.ltistri
oils necil!e-wi man will not tind It
diiHcult to make them f"r h-r own
basket, and, as it is always possible to
pick up scraps of brocade ut reasonable
jr. ' . t .
ft L ' i . --V ',
prices, they mny be especially dec
orative. Ity nil msans git brocade
wron.Tbl either with gold or silver, as
your Mar.d itself may be either Mlered
orgilileiL la palo-blue, Nile, old-rose,
larender, or whatever may be the
special color yon tlTect, a basket like
this would be dainty, and really form
an effective bit of furniture ia your
own room. Ladies' Home Journal.
Csosolatloa Ivr SatTsrvrs from Pripfls
and Chronic Lhrum jlm.
The value of cowpox. voluntarily in
dured, as a protection against small
pox, is generally recognized. The same
principle has been successfully extend
ed to some of the worst disease among
animals, and It I expected that it may
yel be applied In th case of some viru
lent human dbtcaAes.
la England gout Is a very prevalent
and painful diseaae. In this country It
ia less common. Our climate inclines
us to exrevdts mental activity. A a
result cf this the brain appropriates
nervous force at tho expense of the di
gestive system, and so dispoie us tc
dyspepsia; but dyspepsia compels lU
victims, in pll of thrraselres, to In
du.e somewhat sparingly in rich food,
in the tua tre eating of which out
Of the two diseases dyspephla la to bt
preferred. It seldom interfere with
the day work, and, except In very ob
stinate cases, U almost certain to be re
lieved by proper diet and exercise
bick headache may often be counted
In the claoa of helpful ailments, though
It la a "bitter pilL" Ther are two
form of It: on ha It primary source
in the brain, the other in the stomach.
In both case ther is commonly tome
hereditary tendency to the disease, but
ths tidt'.r.g casso is ovErw.-.rk; of tU
brain in one case, of th stomach la th
The headache eeeeasltato eecasloa sJ
rest, while the dread of them acts u a
constant chock upon tendencies which
otherwise result ia grav harm. In
deed, attention to diet, with a little
letting down of the average cerebral
activity, professional, business or do
mestic, will generally insur a compil
ative Immunity from attack.
Acute rhenmtUm often give rise
to permanent heart trouble. Chronia
rheumatism, on the contrary, may b
healthful incatesof heart disease.
for Instance, enlargement of tb
heart lends to increase until it reaches
tli dangerous limit The patient's
safety depend on his training bimsell
to such habit aa reduce strain on tb
heart, and rheumatic Joints in the lowei
limbs are an admirable aid In this re
aped The former rapid movements
eeaae. A fatal running to meet tb
eara or the ferryboat is ont of the ques
tion. Th rher.matkua ia an oiieomfortabl
companion, iiodonH, but It incy help U
a long life a dc-d or more, perbsps,
beyond tho three score aud ten. VoutU'l
A Ct.ssp bfsttrrira.
One of the mot.t srceaole tf denti
frices is to be found in a few c'rop of
tincture of myrrh In half a glass of
water. It not only cleanses the utoalh.
making it fresh aud sweet, but It la an
excellent ton in for the gums and arrest
decay. It also ha the merit of being
very inexpensive, aa ten cent will buy
nough to lost a tear.
KoplC th Hair Ts.ltirst.
To prevent hair from beoomlB pre
maturely gray, taka one onnof
g'jerrinu, one ounce buy rum and cm
pint strong sa;- tea. Mi nd add a
lew drop of the oU of berg amok
Two Foreign Lansititrs Nrrnttary.
A professional man ought to know at
.p.-Lst two fon-tgn b.uiiages. If he hog
ide.-ided H'iiehant for lingnal stmliiti
lixl 11 strong lielit of mill 1 usu illy uiuj.
Sites special capacity It way bo woi tb
rhile for iiliu to extend bis list to Italian
tnd Spanish, even to go outside of these;
iut tftvnch and Uerman he ought to
possess as part of the very means of his
:ontaet with modern lifa. These Ian
tnag)s willailmit him to everything that
a valuable in th? newest thought of the
lime, since It limy be truly said that a
;irod action which does not speedily see
tV light, either originally or by trans
'atlon, in English. French or Oertuaii is
i:her not worth sp-clid attention or can
ie calmly wailed for. luterview in Los
V ilny Isy Colu.nrs for lloahta IVomsa.
The Woman s Drr-ss Reform clnh in
fis-trin nnnihers some 2(K) mem lers. coin
pri'iug teachers, ihs'tors. wnters and
t!ier irofessioiial workers. The first
amy day nil the member tire pledged
Jo uppriir in a stormy weather costuino,
Miisihting of a kilted skirt in waterproof
:lot!i rebelling n little way below the
'rices mid revealing gaiter of water
pr(sif chilli or riding tools. A n-efer
H at V. I ! 1 cover the np;-r '1rt of lb"
figure mid a tarpaulin hat complete the
;osi lime. New York Kun
The Cliinese lay down bamlwx) rod
for young oysters to cling to, mid give
I'n-in no rpectal uttentioti. Win n n fair
nninls-r are mature, they pick np the
rod and curry lar-- and small to market.
Without w-paruting tliein I rum the rod.
Miles Norvo and Liver fills.
Act 011:1 new principle - rcgi.Iat
ing the liver, utoturch mid liowi-ls
through the iii-rvs. A new ihscnvery
Dr. .Milei I ills rpeedily cure luliou-Hiie-s
bail tar-le, torpid licr, piles,
.Kiiif liii.iiioo. t 1 it 1 1 11 a !i I lor men
women, cliililreit, sin:il!ei-t, inidest
Ht.eost! oil (loses, !!.". Suiuplca
tree ;t r. . I ruiic u 1.0 s.
I'or many yrnra Mr. H. F. Thomp
con, of lej Moines, Iowa, was se
verely niflieted with chronic tliarr
hoc.i. llenajH: "At times it was
very severe; so much so, that 1
fenerd it would end my life. About
seven yearn ngo I chanced to pro
cure a bottle of Chamberlain'
C'cilic, Cholera und iJiarrhnea
liemedy. It nave me (irompt relief
and I belii-ve cured me ! 1 11 ri n.-ii t
ly. as I now cat or drink without
harm anything I please. I have
also 11-ed it in my family with the
beet results, p'ur Bale by 1-'. O
l-'rickie & Co.
This remedy i becoming so well
ami '" popular as to need no special
mention. All who have uecl Klecl
trie Haters sing the same snug of
praise A purer mediciife does not
exi t and it is guaranteed to do nl
tliat is claimed.' Ivlectric Hitters
will cure all diseases, of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples,
boils, salt rheum uud other iitfec
tiims caused by impure blood.
Will drive malaria from the system
and prevent as well us cure nil ma
larial fevers.- For cure of headache,
constipation and indigestion try
r.ieeirit juiicrs. l.niirc saiisiacnoil
guaranteed, or money refunded.
I'rice 5t)c nnd fl per bottle at F. G.
r-rickc & Co a drugstore. 3
Are votl maaV miserable hv indi.
gestion, constipation, diJines.
loss ol nptietite, yellow skiuf hl
1011 a v iiaiizer is a iiositive cure.
For sale by 1'. G. Frickc A Co.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thr Rkst Halvk in the world fr Cab
Rruises. Sores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum. Fevei
Sores, Tetter, (Mmpped Ilsiiili, Chilblsina:
Corns, aud all Skin Eruption, and posi
tively cure Rile, or no psy required.
It is gnsrnntecd to give 'ttifaclion, 01
money refunded, l'rire 2.1 rent per lox
For ssle bj F. O. Frirke 4 Co.
We have sold F.ly'a Cream Hnlm
nbout three years, ami have re
commended its use in more than h
hundred special cases of catarrh.
The iimiiiimoua answer to our in
(iniricM is,"It's the best remedy that
I have ever used." Our experience
is, that where parties continued its
line, it llt irf fails hi Ciii'r. J. IJ,
Montgomery, A Co., iJruygiets, Ic
When I began using Ely's Cream
Halm my cutntrh was so bad I had
headache the whole time and dis
charged n large umoiiut of filthy
matter. That has almost entirely
Uieappeaie.l uiidhnte not had head
ache acicuce.-J. Sommers.Stcphucy,
The American people are rapidly
becoming a ruse of nervous wrecks
and the following augrsta. the
best remedy: alphouso Ifumpfling,
of Hutler, I'cna, swc.-ira that when
his son was spec). less from at. Vitus
Dance Dr PliMa ttreat Restorative
Nerving cured him. Mrs. J. L
Miller cf V.iii.-ni and. J. I). Taolur,
of Ixiganspott, Ind each gained 'id
pound if an taking it Mr. II. A.
(in 1 ilncr, of Vastulr Ind, tut cured
ol i to convulsions eauy und
much aeadach, diuiiess, hockach
nnd nrrvdiis proatiution ty one
tottle. I'riul bottle und fine bock ot
Nervotia cure free at F. G. Frickc, A
Co., who rrcomeuda this unequailed
mas rierra r saa
7;fjL'.j7Li HSD FSTA1L
ssusa ix mi
CHOfCKST IIRANDS OF CIGAkS
TOIACCO AMD 8MCiKIA' AKTICLIf
always In stock
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A FOi'lhAll l AnllLT.
JrTir: " How in it, Knts, that Ton slwnri
Bs m III - ;ltell ell '! I lie lic-l new lliniK t Yin
whut I ran)', yua slwuji teem to ei lmd
Kais: "I itnn't know: I errtnlnlr do not
Biukesnr rxetii.in in thnt ilini-ttnii."
Jts-nii: " Well, iliiriimilie lnt fnwmonlhs,
for lampio, juu lists Ukeu up puintiiiK,
with'iut nnr t-nchof j you pnirc fnthr rrwni
wifii Um Lilur ,11 i-rtci tier l Imii tr (iiiX
d rllitty, ihi'I t H iuinlj hit nil ininv
ri ir 111 u'nin im.ii'r j i ur Ui-tuM im-h ; 1 lutuA
''il iilin 'i 1 ,nt ;,t f-.V t,""1f
y.,11 t i Ui dft Ut! Ilil'litl' HI fin:.' ttfit!
lilnW J l tf wh.it r. I'.o illt'.ri uii I'.lXilTii.'-t.ilH'i
)imi r,;t. Mi-i N-iuliliilly ; it nl ,i tlo lu-(
III' M.! a nil I:;, v ti.l ( ' i" ''t h,tm iliif,
yi: I'-li ifii tn j i nir liicuU-uitiin- ifit iM ',
'ui'iu l t )t'U ki t nil ot i.tir tuliiriiiiiti ii
fr'Uti in iut4 i nir ut- ii tho y uilv tiot
IMI W' IT tr ' I( III t :t,"
Kati:: v :iv, j. ntnf, yon -UI mnkf mo
Tu n, 1 v.'i tr.'ly ur H iiu i if '( iitf lun.
tillt tt Lr irn, ),iV II flU- t- bit Hl.liltt. I
Tft v 'i l'.i it hi- tr 't mi t tilt y r w tut vt lu.t
lilC fi"t i'-'f ti.t I'rinjr t:i lull (lit llliiill'ill
on Hit; xj' jnr. .V.iu'n-I oI Mi'Kniin-1
A'i'l k ifn-.L truri!ti it I in in l r it
riiHy !nnii-li. llm ntt'luiif f'r t:.- ultoiw
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nnJ DriiMnot l'unilly Maaxinr.
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Everything to Funiisli Your Hoik
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
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iiam Btreet trnere i am now
er than the cheapest imin just put in the largest fstock
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline ttOTe
and furniture all Linda bold on the installment plan.
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WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full snd Complete line of
Drug.:, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hour.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain relierer.
It use is almoft universal ly the Housewife, the Fanner, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
No t frrr application compares with it in efficacy.
rUi well-known remedy hat stood the teU of years, almost h
Ko medicine chest is complete without a bottle cf Murtaho
Occasions arLc for its use almost every day.
All dritfjiiiU and dealers have it.
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farmer, or for fn-t driviiii!, or f,' '
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