The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, December 08, 1891, Image 2
Ilt-iaM 1 li-Hi tN.)ITs nil OS. Pubii'sHora ' .nl (.. TbnruUy. and daily f ;SH)t"iB(Jay. V "I at I'm inait-mn,''.h, f . P fi:'. .i.fiW Vina and Fiftll trei-tl-. t''!-I.h(iri.4-tfi, MM - t TlliM FOR trl".H, Hie cbtiy, ona. yi.,ir. In artva. e... Sl hi ( In H 'v;ir.i-o 1" , tow copy, tM m-mrjif. In lid' tie W .n c iyt ttn'i 4ii'uth, In vaoea. . 40 TtKMs ro PA. ne eop on f r In adv m' Srt on '.Jne copy pr wwk. by tir'-. ir' hie cipt pir niciiitl' V i TUESDAY. PKCFM i. lKl, The republicans difliculty Kclcctinir u spenkcr. -ll HO e for Ghover CT.evelam . "' ably t lie inont rt-Mlr oil lie N'tW YoKK Ht it 1 lr.icN the vim. It i edited that 70 femalrs have licrticen for frlliii beer iili'l whiskey in that cilv. Spending f.'.OiKl.O.ifl to have ovr fTi.'J.f)fJ0,( ) iii the Kamr time, look like K'ooiJ economy, yet thin i what ia meant by improving the Missou ri ri vrr gyMi-m. GKk'MAXY expended f 1X, if p.OTh) in improving the Khine: New Yoik in vented fiUJnO.ttJU in the Krie canal Neither could alTord to lone the ad vantage thus gained for many times the Hum io invrHtri. Govkk.xok Se.wtok Hill will duubtle experience Home incoi, venieiice looking after hi lutie :ia Governor while he is filling bin teat an fcen.itor. There is little, doubt liowever,tliat he will arrange to receive his f alary regularly. Ckl-si", Mills und priner miht nettle their difference by uniting on K-tp'iiker K'-cd for speaker. In iloinjj this the blundern of a democrat speaker would not c-n-iljner the chance af party huc cess in V2 and the country at lare would fare better. IT 1ms been naid by fjood authority that Kussell Sage in the moat cliarit able man living. While lie does not nii a rule, write out a check for any 'amount which many be aked for, he does make it a point to re lieve distress where it i most needed and gie to the most de serving. TitE countries with which a Mc Kiuley reciprocity has already been concluded are Iirazil, Cuba, Porto Rico, San Domingo and the Hawai ian Inland. Arrangements are well under way with Costa Rica, the richest sugar and coffee district in Central America, and the good work is just beginning. Inter O. - -- - -It is well known that the Cleve land element ol the democratic hous? favors Mill for the speaker ship, because Mills, more than any other man, rrpi event the Cleve land free trade idea. Let them have Mills. All the republicans desire to insure them the earth in 111 U a thoroughly democratic lume this ee-nion, The republicans of Ohio are making nn ellort to inaugurals Governor M'Kinley with'ceremonies that have never been more impos ing Republican club and re presentative, republican from nil over the union will probably be in attend nice. It will be a proud day for the foremost champion of tin: American syntem of protection to American industry "'d labor. Ten western d.-iiiocratio papers favor Boise for tii- ecoud plnce on the ticket far banking on the prol.i!ir!; of Ins carrying ;Ioj. I) fore tanig this Mi'p oner frienils should remember that national Ismu's were -involved in the el ( tion of th U .'islature la-t fall in which the rptildi,Mtig.iiii.d three members. I,( t it not be f.n gotteii -i I ! l . r lb it II irrl-o'i carried the state by X'n plurality. Wi ll the prohibition hind' ranee removed t ie reptiMi!:-:is 'vi!l set d-iwn n !oi-e in t'o ' i ; 1 1 1 1 i -( a V :i 1 le in inner. Till', stati t. e it is givi'ii out that the aduiinislra ion li:i.4 negotiated a tn-aty wi' !i !M" .' ! i .vai.ui i-lanjs esiabli-hi.i'j iib-ulute fiec Ir.nle with llu).-- I la-i I . Tiiis will ! a new dep.irt'ire Jut- a set of politic i.ili who are ii: (el red with tie- M .--t. '. nley d'ic ' :i ae. The cuti'iiiv will doubtless n ap a benefit from it be i"iusc it will give (he people an ob .ninth ject lesson by wlch df'V ni . y judge of the general ewect ' of free trade, jir.ni::!. The f..C( ia the .ei. il.il.-.tl'ittion has smvee d-d in establishi'iii; recipro ! c.tl t-;:-!- r:-!a';-i;.:; w.'!- Hawai ian Inlands in aceo.-'tntv- with the provisions of the reciprocity clause of the M-Kin!i y law. The treaty provides that the Kni'.e I Slates ad mit into its ports freeuf duty mo lasses, m-iir it'id tropical fruits prividing the llavvai.nis will admit staph' commodities of this country which she cannot profitable pro duce. No honest man will assert that the present administration has adopted free trade in a single in ftanee. Wherever reciprocity treat ies have been made, due care has been taken, to admit no product free of duty that will interfere with its production in this country. The present administration will give the people no ebject lesson in free trade. On the other hand the doc trine of production will be fully ex emplified and the interests of our industries ami labor cared for. CRIP'S ELECTION. In the nomination of Mr. Cr:p for the speakership the democracy of this country has taken a decided ly iu;;rresive and some may term progressive rtep. He'e'.ofore (im policy of the democratic party litis been outlined by the Carlisle as against the Kandull element , re sulting in the Meady drift toward lit: free trad : policy. Oi rejeul year Cleveland hai been con sidered the most pronounced sup porter of the doctrine and in the candidacy of Mill in this contest, the future prestige of this free trade element was involved. Crisp, on the other hand received support, in n great measure from the old Rand all following with such accessions a lie might obtain because id hostility to Cleveland, views on the silver question. Crisp ha placed himself on record a favoring the free coivi'ge of silver and being de cidedly nf;ainst free trade. The result is in a measure a victory for the republican party, though iu the end, the party will probably not fare as well an it would had Miii been the choice, inasmuch a a radical free trade bill would likely have been presented an I that party placed upon thejlefeiiiive on that issue. The choice of Crisp m ly b interpreted a a triumph for the Hill faction of the democracy, a set back for free trade and the promotion 'of the free silver idea as wasfjrorcd by the platform of twenty-four democratic stale cou ventors at the late election. If we cannot) have it, M'Kinleyisin vs. free trade, we shall have to be con tent with honest money va. free coinage in the campaign of V! Oh War ""' l Old Book. If yon are repairing an old bouse and wih to have one or two striking and ef fective features, chooe a room for a den ftUd liaVe tlio Who! Of a WillJuWira iido finished with drawer, cupboard, nook fcod pigeon holes. Shut in some of tuo with etaintsl glass doors, drape others with renl silk or blue and white porce lain tinted crapy good. Leave a gal lery along the top for biwU, pottery or nnframed painting. Cover the floor with matting and rugs. If powible place low aeala in the wimlowiftjr plauU or books. .Select wrought iron frauv for hanging lamps, with a copper candlo stick placed here acid there for pick op use. An old portable clothea closet may be convc-rti-l into a corner shrine for ucb a room by being covered with dark red pltmh, in which ia kept aoiue family heir loom or a beautiful vase. A few odj bamboo pieces of furniture will bent har monize with the rest of the room, oritiff carved chairs in dark mahogany. An old fa.-liiond dk, guch a wua in con uul im in iiVw Eii'Ubd year age, or any antique table or stnuj will find a tuiuiils aiiiding place here. Brooklyn Eai;le. Tho TronbU With tha Tapper. The lat P. T. Darnuin, being a pro noniiivil joker, turned also In witty faculty to use. W hen he told the Adiron dack landlord, with great solemnity, that he hesitated to find fault with anything about the liot-l when so much winiivs able, he was urged by the landlord hy all tin aiis to be frank und do to. "Well." .ii'l i:..ninin, "it is only one thing; I have di.Mivered with regret that Tottr pepl-r is half liens." The landlord de eland it could nut be; but, on being as sured ttiiit n.irnimi knew pepper as well as (jinifer, he wrote a caustic letter to his gn.eirs al,oiit s-ndsiig him auch stun. Thy, Iriinwing dmibtles who' tho red Coiii l.iitiiil:t Wfts, wrote bark that if he w.tiM ;!! "p jijier" he would find half of it cotnpose.l rf p's. and that that which they Mild had only the amount the orthography required. Printer'a Ink. Wlmt llio Truffl. !. ihe MM lent I i' l j 1 .1 i -, lit wiio-s fllJlie tuo'n lani'i'ieti trufl!.-s phve-l au im pottant role, supposed that their t-xi.-t-eree was one of the material result of thunder. Mors modern botanists havs 1 it as a fp.T-ii . of inu.!,r.s.i:i, hut it. c..!i -I-.,-. y I tei-im-d such. To be eve !, t i.e t rulils is a luheretil.-nn finikin, a f it i f in. ,j bill extravasation of V"gf. ta" " a. , si.iil'-.'om to oak b iii i.r r:i;' ;.-.!'.. and diiui.'!i- oriinatiri?, a t!i s. .,Mer, bv th- s'ltig of nil ll,,iit. W.i-!.;i!'.on I.etier. Geo. Yusa and the court house lock. tf Gentlemen, if vou want a fine iVess shoe, it c. 11 be had at Schild- MiechtV. tf 'Cf-intli ineii, if you hanker after 11 il Flexible l-'me Fancy Kitting Footwear, Schildknecht ha tho truck. tf The county commissioners', Geo. Vass and the court house clock. Why wili yon cough when Shi loh'a cure will give immediate re lief. I'rice 10 cts., cts. Huil $1 For sale by F. (i. Fricke A Cc , I'ure buckwheat flour for sale in Heisi I s mill. II Call on the Tucker Sisters in the Pherwod block for bargain in Winter Hats. tt C... I., ts unit m1iim-m crti o oseph Fet.er. Main street, between ourth and Fifth streets. tf Santa Clause, christma and Geo. Vass. tf A son of Mr. M. I). I'usser, a merchant of Gibraltar, N. (.'.. was so badly iillln tcd with rheumatism for a year or more, as to be unable to work or go to school. His father concluded to try Chamberlain's rain Halm on the bov. It soon cured I i in and he has since walked lllie Mild U ball' liiih'n til J'l !'. )(.-! Illld back every school day. "hi cent bot tle for sale by F. lj. 1'rii ke A t o,, druggist. Eucklon'a Arnica balve. Tun 1!kt Sm.vk in the Wollil fi r Cuts Itruisisi, Sorin, Ulcer, Suit Ule imi. FVvet Sop, Titter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains. Corn, and sll Skin Eruption, and posi tively cure I'd. , nr nn psy required. It i guarsntetd to uivi: s.itiriHcdon, oi money refunded. I'rire 2.i eeiit per box For isle by F. 0. Krir ke Co. We have sold lily's Cream Halm about three years, and have re commended its use in more than a hundred special cases of catarrh. The unanimous answer to our in quiries is.'dt's the best remedy that I have ever used." Our experience is, that where partie continued its use.it never fail to cure. J. II. Montgomery, A Co., Hruggists, De corah, Iowa. When I began using Kly'a Cream lialtti my catai rh was o bad I had headache the whole time und dis charged n large amount of filthy matter. That ha almost entirely disappeared and have not had head ache science.-J. Soinincrs.t-tephney, Conn. W III bo CIvcn Away Our enterprising druggist, F. G Fricke A Co, who carry the fluent stock of drills, perfumeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponge, etc., art giving away a large number id trial bottles of Dr. Miles' celebrated Res torative Nervine. They guarantee it to cure headache, di..ines, ner vous prostration, sleeplessness, the ill ctfects of spirits, tobacco, coffee, etc. Druggist say it is the greatest seller they ever knew, and is univer sally satisfactory. They also guar antee Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure in all cases of nervouaor organic heart disease, palpitation, pain in aide, smothering, etc. Fine book on 'Nervous und Heart Diseases free. Wntsi1Ai, w-Uts, reliable mia-lry 171 to io nontlof . llli lnrrss. lo ri-im-M.nl n kit mi rllou a miumiiitiK Nrw Vi Ik flmn. H(.-f.-.-. mimiCHIU. Ick mi l!b. w York. When you go to n nhoe store your object isuot only to buy shoes but li pr uru for what you rpend the best that your money will buy. Ix-ss than Ibis will not content you; more than this you cannot, in rea son, nsk. Our method nrc as simple as your desires. We do not lift your expectations to the clouds, but we realize them whatever they are. We will never sacrifice your interests to ours arid nowhere else can you get n fuller mid fairer equivalent for your money. An especially profitable purchase for you is our etc. BOOTS, SHOES O Tl RUBBERS R SHERWOOD. Sol Main Street MIKE SIIXELLHACKKIf. Wagon and Biarkstnlth "hop War-en, Bug;?, Machine and plow Ueppiiiiij done noiEtHOEINfJ A SI 'IXTAbTY Us n-a the NEVERSLIP HORSESHOE Which in the beM horMsliue for the fanner, or for ft drivint;, or for citj pnrposeiev.T mribb-d. it is mi ir.tde tlitit anyon -. c ,n put on hharp or fbtt rorks, a iiitded for wet and s!i.j)rry diiys, or Miioi.tl,, dry romln. Cn.l at h'S shop and einiiiiiie the t.KM.iisMr and you woi u-e ia otliei. J. M. SIINEI.IJJACKEII. li North F;f'.!j St. I'lattsmouth 1 i FTB 7 y unu n m j i l J'.- i GEORGE W. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCK Everything to bo Sold Regardless of Cost. Do not miss thi3 Oppor tunity to get Goods at your own price. Sale commencing Pr, f C Mnrin,,, nl 11 V Pn uui, Ui 1 1 Oi muuiaiv u , ., uu A 1'OPLLAIt FA MILT. JrrtE : " How U It, Kate, that foti alwiji S-in U rafeh tm'Ui tlmlast new tiling J fx, what I ma-, jruu aiwajt Mm to gel aim4 f roe." Katb: Ii1on't knnwi I eertalnlr do not Biaksanr exertion In that direetion." Jksxik : " Wrtl, dunn thr lut few mnntha, fur aiaui'ile, uu bat tukeu uu igniting. Jrn ? ' n'f f " u r: m I I f A ' M1 without anr tmehr-r : you earns tntli mu-ua when Miim balsr'ii ii4 itii ner l'ijuu-ejuw aiiiiili.ii, no.) enrtainly n ure all uii.rov liiv In rn.- nieler )..nr liilrin lion : 1 li.nri Tou tr;im Tommy k-nan l:it eirniiij- how a is ctub lua'lii mi.-tuki-i in :ii)itiit IwneLail; ou ae'in ! i ii i on ull tne l,,i. . fa-, a,' ami now Jo-t hat In doen-'er all in-imutam-c; il i-ul. rt on iv iiililulj ; ki, m tlio lat inolltli )..u luve niiinivi. vim li.il il II, owiiif, I'll: tell Mie. Ill J.mr li) (1. li-liililleii.-n ifa. Wnerr il.i ), i ei t rli ol ..up iiiloriMili. n fnun in t.iui I'flie i n,,f tl. Hv j.iM.. fV ou never f.i In Hie t iiy. Ktir: ' tiv, J iw. j-ou will maVa ms ra.ii. 1 hnvv only oi.e neun sot infi.riiiaiiea lint It l ip.rl-.nif huw it mo. lni.il w.iina, I n-ry aei. .in lu-ir of anyi lui.ir in w but what tlio wil lew .1,1 l.rinir im- lull inr..iinaiiin on His a.it.V-et. Minor ,., tii,r An I s g-i.it tren.nn- It In tn o. all, for II really lnrm.liea Inn reaitinr for Ilia whnla fcoiwliolil: f n( her liai(ivrn Ul.. oiaru'tna Inat ha Iik Limn I. r )'nr, an lie mjt u,m on imi-a murr and la-iu-r Infoiinatioo oo tie -it,w u of liiti d. y; sr. i:;.-.::;;-r says loot it ia thittli.it muki-4 l.er meh a famooa Jimi.M.T. In fa. t, wn all ai:n thHt It la tnroniy n-ully nun.r ni:iira.ine nnl.li.lied, we fun ii n nt .ir r imi.i. H of all i t tin-in. ant fin. I tiiutoin-M ail lor men, annilicr a J f.ir women, ami another f. r ii, ;li.-n only, w'lile ttim linn .iifta e-rr 0" of ii.; ao wa onlv ne. Ui tii k. one Jn.iead of aeeral,and tmit i. wneru tun CH.-on.,iny e,niin in, f.r II la only t'" a )nr. r.rl,.i i,n think lm Vi'i U :-h in my pniiM-; hot t w ill let ou m oilr. or, Ix-ller flnl, f"lli llleelil to tlio ''ill. It i'-', w. Jeniiiiiin ia-uionid, 1 Ciuit llth fin. New Vork, for a wnni la r"iv, and I shall alanya conni.ler Hint 1 liavo dona you a runt fnvor; and may U' you will tieeiitiiiiir u iMit, aa run any wr Imvn Uie leiiulalioa of tx-inii llio bet lnfm-ini-.l faintly In town. If t;i.il Im ao, It la Ixuiuruat's iauilir Vaaaiiu Uiut Iluna It" A filieral ofler-nnly f'l.flO for T1IK WKKTI.Y 1 IKK A LI) mid DeninreKt lnuiily Mnna.iue. tiyPend your ubaeriiitioii to this ofllce. ti44 Scientific AmrrlcAB Agency fort' V rff COPHtCHTtt to. 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I. PEARLMAN'S -BRKAT HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM. Haying purchased the J. V. AVeckhach Hore riom oi f.utk Main etrect where lam now located can k,.l gooil-j cheap cr than the cheapeht havin- jut put in the largest Mock of new goods evrr hio'i-ht to the it j. (.Wine Kovta and furtiture of all VuuU bold on the installment plan. I. PKAIJLMAiN. V n i r 1 f ...4. . L..-.LL ; ? THF POSITIVE! CII57r. I-Ti; P J r VA t I- n rli i nil n nr ll-io 0 r I -? uul y k mk. i 0 U0t)EK!(- i iii i ib a Ci Lr.. fAit v n r. 1 " v.