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"5 II BUOpOKtHl, AVIUMI aOUielUUI
rteuback and antl
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n3toiipHc, time tint
J SOy. 10. 1883.
f wr mutation.
.ity withjtistom. ttie au.
Mice or viijch ia itmLIv
thiii io.,j, J, citPHter
r the peace
Hons of the
m ditleient BetiridiiM
berty, of Justio and
government; Sot tlie
people to-our freo in-
fTl tlicir cheerful obedience
UW8-; for the constantly
rength of the republic,
ling ua privileges to our
fwho come with ua: for
una of internal conitnunl-
icp d fa:ilitiesof inter-
j lutituita ; iui uiegcii
Voaltli' of the year; for
of all our industries
return or the mechanic's
"frket for the abuml
national faith and
nd generous pro
yr youth; tor the
fmscience of re
eling religion, and
linen, we bhould
k'onimonii that the
led - be ' observed
try as a day of mi
nd prayer, and
loin their daily la
Lordance with their
Prship, draw near
.nighty God, ofTer
for the manifold
has vouchsafed to
hat His blessii.i'i m.iy
ed be made a
tiiu and needy.
wunin tho land
lad in this season
)f I have hereunto
'd the seal of the
of "Washington, this
Lober, in the year of our
isand eight hundred and
lu! of the independence
ra Mates the one hundred
l. CHESTER A. AUTIim,
Secretary of Stale.
in tv j j i '''l
va,iRjoi1ty of the p'iple In mi ng Jvr a month ngo, in c
ricijral community (for readhijt ant' fn alliance of the greei
1 .. ..,7.,.. ... ' I . i... i
anorospomy of the world
dej tment. 'flie local now, l
ly . at large, u;ithere'ivt
pomg themselves uifou th pmgren uonopoliaU in tho cmiiily we tated
nothing Kha:: suipi i.su us: not even if
the uii t'libuckers bmhIIow tho antl
mounts during th long busy
of II year, ought cot to sat)
Trft Is another Held in the
liith.it pursued jjives many
Sit (faction and posts men in i
of h literary wo J L whidi "
tt Jiatifacllr. of kCowing j
urn link in 'man's stonh fsi
le 27th of last June the peoplo
i, by over CO.000 majority, do-
lange the organic law of the
rchibit the manufacture
toxieaiing drinks. A uV-
i n J'n ty J uUgeiTHlter
"in the iX'-Aat.,
the effect that the amend-
k iwledjjo to b dr:iwn uon at any
the for 'usa'aiul comarUon . with
Jaer events.- : Through tho suuainer
mnths eiiery touineiit i valmble mid
li;rd work -wakes a rywui i iu.-n.
inmiy department vY i'0 ,r"
vlmUlaaro tke itjitmni in tbe dull
I ne of tho rr. tidthe one who itn-
pioves them bv posting himself, by
reading and keepiag apace with men
with events and the. woi Id's history
aJ it is written d.iy by'lay, gains 4hat
-Jkio which inukca liio successful in
I 'uBinc.H4 unit in n f . - llayft few uood
' 'Ooks for winter rtfiiuing; add a papei
r two. nr u i.i-ifi.yin or t'O .o the
Expense account ai.J it will Vvpay you
a hundred. f"lL -The A imyican people
are wonderful. Drocress:' ve, and pres-
perous only un they keep the standard
of intelligence ever on tho increase;
and no man is 8 J poor that in these
days of cheap publications he cannot
afford papers and inaganines or boeks
su-aicient tf make his evenings some
thing besides an xistence beside a fire
and the evanings woik something be
side trans-crijig coal ftom the scuttle
to the flat ies. The long summer to
everyone lias been full of business;
tho winter and its stormy days and
evening amy be full of industry also,
' "Hi vlio !.a a heart jmJ knepa it ;
a mluil that liiiiiti3ia.
AikI iiip:ii'H It. lias biihliieen."
These d.i-8 are filled with election
surprises aul among them is one some
what personal to us, the election of
Lemtfcl II.' Weller, a relic of green
back ism in the 4th Iowa district, over
Updigraff the regular republican uom
Iijujl Tho old 4th district in Iowa was
for years ago the banner republican
d tict in the Ui ited staton,. tkcliug
'SM tepiblicaTi' congressman by the
largest majority given any republican
candidate in the country ; in that dis
trict in the past it has been hard work
to secure a democrat to stand up, run
for congress and receive his punish
ment, and yet in this year of iugrati
tude.they have elected the great "Calam
ity" who has maJa the air of northern
Iowa blue with greei.backiam.
N Mk. J. M. IIiggiks, of Tipton, was
ii: the city Monday after the returns;
t.o word had bf.en handed down to his
precinct that lnt had been elected to
Wm legislature and he had been re
ceR"7ing a great many congratulations;
a'Greenwood ho heard au ugly rumor
at verified the old adage of "many a
s-fp 'twixt the cup and the lip," andJUd
mo down to the county eaat to find
only teo true. lr. Ilisgins called
tOTtCtTba atfJ doesn't feel bad at all.
"j nt very proud over the large vote ie
r ifeceived. This is just and right; any
uitot Iu- jmocrat who wouldn't We proud of
Jass county's vote on the 7th would
,.v.. .ii.., umuu apartvvrtrti. .fn,,n,ll .,nrr.trr,.?
le constitution, on the ground 1
IIkick is what Mr. PattlisoD, the
J tftwi.iiiiii'it 111'
1U iuu en their .i,.Illn(.r..:,r.veriinr-fh.Jt in Pennsvl-
1 ! na,S take" " vania, said siuce the electiou. in an iu-
uuiuin? 10 tlio lprview win, a nGwsnnucr reoorter:
acc. as passed by the sen- 4.ii.., i i ;.. r,..
-vv.. ISVl- ifclVllV l IIU till ll i.-'iio tit
Illth (.eneral Assemblv ia..i,.! v
(tixms prohibitory i,f ti.a 1 -'.,...,, . , . , . i
, . J iy en, ine man avuo raises nis nana
tacturnifflof liquor, not - agaill8t thc imiustrie8 of the state bv
,.'te, Put also 'to be advocation free trade had better hang
ieneiwribitea it and its ,:n. i.., i.: i i ,
and all purposes, even sac- : int) llie BOn,,
niediciaal.etc; but, as it Thc Pi,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .Journal n.l.tor
'-' HOIISO Of the XVIIIth gen-Ul.mil.l niiH1.0frnvnnir m. 1,U Bh.
Jihly.it was in terms merely gcl.lption jist hnmediatelv. He is
as a beverage. ) evidentlv uniufoimcd as to democrat-
.vXis,, Uvlt ie:i;c doctrines, as he will eiucover bv
n l .
vousiuunon pro-.-.. (:llo. T1IPlln
i.u; tor tlio manner of its amend-
ifiy, it was 11
Vj if liquor J
I resjjerts, b?:
W'lits of tho C
I.ave been disregarded. The
inalaii not contain the proper en
and the same act has not passed
h Houses of the Legislature."
the many qaestions coming
tre the next session of the leer-
ftiifre wi'i bt- lul of railroad lezis-
ioJ, and ( shall expect miirhtv
Jyrora our i. morratic delegation
bait line 'S ha w n plpntril lvrmsa
X-tnot opolists. This
(xled hv.u circulars de-
d as a monopolist ;
man and a banker;
ho was elected over
yoly votes, is also a
v.: 1 1 1 sib wv-vtuvh m
tvi chan Mr. Reed
1 The Herald
ihat is expect-
It has ever been thus in political
iff-ycars. Thc dominant political
rarty looses, and the opposition gains."
It was so in 1874, when the republi
cans lost congress and many of their
states. These occasional reverses are
chastening in their eflects, and servo
to infuse the republicans w ith fresh
vigor for thc future. Those who
judging from oil year rcbufls, believe
that the people o the United States
are ready to intrust the power ot the
government in democratic hands,
jump at conclusions. C. Ii. Nonpa
The Herald will wait with due
patience to see if the next legislature
whicli may contain a preponderance of
dezdcrats and their allies, will do any
better for the state, do any more hard
wqhk, and accomplish any wiser legis-
conscientious 'JaJuon than that carried through by
Their course 7"e 'as' legislature. Cass county with
er solid republiban delegation two
years ago was a power; we shall see
what we shall see the coming season.
Ir Mr. Gere is defeated for regent
of the University it w ill be much re
gretted. A mau of good judgment
and scholarly attainments, Mr. Gere,
during bis short term on the board,
ha done much toward bringing or-
. t-'-.i. 0ut of chaos and :.laciug the Uni-
Utitv.a;.v whpre it will eniov both the
fifonage and confidence ot the peo-
ovpIc of the state. His successor can do
'B no better, he may not do as well.
A daxgerocs counterfeit has been
extensively circulated. It is of the
jJjtiT,.dAaJr- Treasury note, series ot
li Y ebsters head,. ine pa-
countcrfeit is thicker than
e genuine note, and Web-
se is badly shaped. Our read-
to well to examine tcn-dol-backs
tler will be declared Gov-
iMassachusctts iu a proclama-
ng with the sentence, uGod
Commonwealth of Massa-
A little extra emphasis
ut on these words th's
should be printed and
'lent exchange, the
monoKjlists, and they in turn beiwal
lowed by the democracy, and all be
turuvd over t the monopolists, and
credit! to Dr. Millar and J. Sterling
Morton and their supporters in Cass,
Tho otUtMal ruturtw-shmv that the
annual Illustration of the story of Jo-
milaud tbu whale, that we witness
irom 3-rto year, has been presented
this year with a slight shining of the
scener5T"btitwrrti tin same effect
Enough of the vole of tho third party
issunlclentlj: in ie, yet to warrant
tho assertion that the heels are still
protruding Xrom the cadaverous open
ing in the face ofthe democratic whale
That piuty is now waiting a little, be
fore com nlelinsi llie j.ib. If it were
certain it could get along without
them, it would belch them forth, for
after election day their love for anti
monopoly. grt-enbackM, or any tliidg but
itoui boiiiMii, waiits ni. iilly. On the
other hand, the heels may abstract the
rest of the body of anti-monopoly
greenback, from the digestive orgxns
of democracy, and keep house for
themselves be that as it may, the
credit for flit- feat has been given to
democracy ; and Dr. Miller lias patted
his disciples on the head and said.
"well done" and intimated that each
of them are (ioliaths iu their way,
while it will remain for Mr. Iorton,
that graduato from tho C. 13. & Q anti-monopoly
school, to come around
and see them when the balloting is in
progress iu the legislature for United
The 1'lat (smooth Journal savs Mr.
Ilarligan's name for District Attorney
was by mislake omitted from the dem
ocratic tickets iu Lancaster coouty.
Wc have been informed that Mr. Ilar-
tigan's name was printed on the reg
ular democratic tickets but not on the
anti-monopolist ticket. The anli-
monopolista held no judicial conven
tion, and were at liberty to vote for
which ever of the nominees on the
othertickets thev saw lit. Mr. Strode's
majority iu Lancaster county was 2.-
777; iu Nemaha, 305 and iu Cass 221.
' Mr. Ilarligan's majority in Otoe,
we do not know exactly, but it is
about 400. leaving Mr. Strode's major
ity about 2,500 iu the district.
Thc official vote published else
where in this paper. .lun'S that Mr.
Strode received a larger majority thuu
any inau oil tho republcau ticket iu
Cass comity. Considering the fact
that both candidates tire rrsidcuts of
Cass county, the Journal loan ought
to allow us to draw a little comfort
from these tacts.
The United Status )uwsdifrauchi-
ing polygamists and prohibiting tliejji
from holding political oflice of any
kind is bavin j;, it appears, au effect
among tho Mormons which-jvas not
expected. It Is &id to involve not
only a theoretical but a praeileal ex
clusion of the polygamous Mormons
from politics. Those who are not dis
franchised are disposed to exclude
those who arc from all participation
iu political management. This khuts
out most of the bright and shining
lights of the church, who arc retaliat
ing by prohibiting auy but polyga
mists irom holding positions of a re
ligious character. Thoso ftlieady
holding them, who happen to have
but one wife, must marry one or more
besides, or step down and out. Let
the light go on. Nothing but good
can come from a piit in the material
Mormouism is composed of. If Mor
mouism is destroyed it is more likely
to be from its internal rottenness than
from outside foes. Globe Democrat
v . aational bouse
n of i.n:uLi.it. .iueir to sivo the
democrats 193, the republicans 124. and
the independents 3, making total of
825. Many of tb districts bar chos
en their congressmen by majorities so
mall that the results in some of them
may be changed on the ofllclal count
but as thsse small majorities are in
variably democratic gains In what
were believed to hi republican dis
tricts, it is probably safe to say that
the errors iu the present calculation
will not be found benelcial to the re
publicans. The tabulated returns are
Congressional Contest In the Third
Antelope 32 Cheyenne 163
Hobn 374 Colfax 140
liullalo 442 Cuming 90
Hurt 93 Dodge 881
Dakota 98 Madison 126
Dawson 235 Pierce 116
G reeley 63 ii at t e 700
Hall 62 Stanton 53
Holt 369 Keith 2
Howard .. ... 104
Knox 427 2,271
Way lie 104
Cedar, Dixon, Custer, aud Wheeler
not heard from.
Mr. C. K. Yost and Fred Nye, have
purchased the stock of tho Omaha Re
publican, and became its sole owners
and proprietors. A press dispatch is
authority for the fact that it will be
Blaine republican. Under tbeii own
individual control, with Mr. Xye as
editor, it will become a power thot it
could never hope for under its former
management, and republican of the
Ax exchangs asks, "Is it political
small-pox that has broken out over
the land or only a mild' type of vario
loid?" It looks ir ore like a case of
old fashioned itch which has bceu de
veloped by much scratching, however
plenty of brimstone will cure it, and
democracy will supply that commod
The first real case on record of
money raising the dead, was brought
to notice here iu Cass county on the
7?h, when democracy was vitalized to
such an exieut, as to elect three men
to thc legislature, something that
had not occurred before iu twelve
Tiiele is nothing modern about the
democratic roosters that shine in their
columns, and they look like fowls 20
years old ; while as to sick birds, they
havn't auy in the state; this genera
tion never before having toictuie a
The official returns elect Ami It.
Todd county commissioner by two ma
jority: if Ami asks, Am-I? be can
answer I am, by two majority which
on bis side is as good as a thousand -
.A more desperate effort to defeat a
candidate for Congress was never made
than was that made to defeat Con
gressman Valentine. Every- republi
can stronghold iu the district was as
sailed by his opponents, and lies, the
blackest and uukindest were fold con
cerning him. The Omaha Bee, with
its column after column of abuse, was
sent to almost every f armor in the dis
trict who could read it, and democrat
ic and self-styled "untUnionopoly" ora
tors did their best iu working upon
the prejudices of the people. Our
Senator. Van Wyck an 1 the sophis
tical J. S'-erling Morton, lod the van of
attack and helped to sow discord in re
publican ranks. Circulars in the Ger
man, Bohemian aud Scandinavian lan
guages flooded the district in which
Mr. Valentino wus published as a dis
graced soldier, a corrupt machine pol
itician and a thief. In districts popu
lated by the foreign element, voters
were told that he was a woman suffra
gist and prohibitionist and temper
ance people that he was a whislty-guz-
zler and saloon bummer. Every trick
and artifice known to disappointed and
unprincipled politicians, was resorted
to, toeltoct his defe.it, and had it been
any other man in the Did district than
E. K. Valentine, their efforts would
have proved successful. But the man
they had to deal with was too much
for them, llis frank ana manly na
ture had madu him friends as true as
steel who fought for him with all their
might. His enemies were followed
up and their games circumvented; the
true inwardness of the opposition was
in many instances exposed to the light
of day aud luauy realized that a lot of
political shysters were laboring to
deceive them, Not only this, but
wherever Mr. Valentine went in the
district he inspired confidence. He
talked in a friendly and neighborly
manner to his constituents about his
work in congress. AVithout boasting.
he showed what he had accomplished
while in congress, and what he should
try to do if returned. Xo man in
whom there was a grain of fairness,
could listen to Mr, Valentine's vindi
cation of himself and record fiom the
the charges whieJt baiTbeeu made, and
not be convinced that ho was tho vic
tim of slander. His election fyy. "a re
spectable, majority, considering the
fiijlit which was mado against him, is
a victory of which he well felt proud
ami over which the rooubliaati party
not only of this district, but of the en
tire state may well rejoice. A good
ci' izen, and an able man has been re
elected to a responsible position and a
horde of assassins and villitlers have
received a much merited rebuke.
"West Point Republican.
TOll CONOHIC!. rlKST IIT.
Archibald .'. Weaver
J. 1. Kedlc
K. S. Uiibert
Jaiuss W. Dawes
J. Hierllnj Mortou
A. i". iltytrtou
rUl UEUTKNANT OOVKUMOK.
A. W. AKee
J. K. Warunr
T.U. lUymUilt k
roa SKCKETATV OK STATE. ' -
K. 1. BoKo ,
O. J. Howlby...
TIum, Kir tly
ran AUDITOR ruLlc ACC'TS.
Charles Leach.. .. ,...v..
KOK STATK TllKASUKKK.
I.orun Clark ....
rOK ATTORN ICY OKMKUAL
I'aae Powers, Jr ...
J. C Crawford
John Ikirtui ,
FOR COM M1SHIOM Kit OB rUBUO LANDS,
- A. . Kendall
Henry lirelxj ,
C. it lladlcv
VOH SI'eRRI NTK.VDICNT 1HJHL1C INSTRUCT1C
W. W. W. Jones
Charles A. tt price
KOR DISTRICT ATTOUMKY.
Jesse B. Strode
M. A. Hartlan. ,
rOU. RKOKNT VMI VKUS1TT.
C. II. Oere
J. M. Burks
VOH STATIC 8KNATOH
E. L. Reed
James M. Patterson
rOB V.EfBRSltNTATI VK.
E. M. Wootey
M. L. Canuon
II. C. Wolpli
i. S. Upton
J. M. HiKKinH
li. a. Draper
A. A. IhiriUn
T. f. MctUirty
U. 11. H'wmU
FOB COUNTIT COMMISSION Kit.
.Fred I). l.ehnho!T ,
For proposed amend men t
Against " "
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Now about those Jjicts. If the jmr'
tica to whom wc owe bets wi I "just
aree to takn thc stakes, aytl not go
iuto details; not stop to ask us about
ho btute of our iiituJ, aud talk about
how it was done, ive don't cKrc We
don't "wish lo - have this thing ex
plained nl all. . Just plain Taut s arc
good enough tor us, without any har
rowing details. In the meantime we
arc going to work to earn some more
money to bet on the uext election.
Judge i'olger aud others, come over
aud 6cc us when you have time, aud wc
will talk the matter over. Mr. JJutler
wo wish we had your longevity.
With a robust coiibtilutioii, wo iiud
that most auy iiiiiu c:iu wcnrotit cruel
lute and &vt I Iuto at ii.t. Wo do not
loci so angry as we do gricvod and
surprised. Wo ure pained to see the
American people thus betray ourcou-
fideuce, and throw a large wardrobe
into the lunula of t))p relentless foe
Lai imie Uumerang.
The Plattsmouth Herald comes to
us this week enlarged to a nine column
paper. Glad to see these evidences of
prosperity on the part of our cotem
porary. Fremont Tribune.
Thb comet having waited until af
ter election and created all the dis
turbance possible is now fast fading
from sight when we shall breathe
Iowa has elected Pusey, Murphy
and Frederick, democrats, and Calam
ity' Weller, greenback, t congress
from that state and yet nothing shall
The Plattsmouth -Herald increases
in favor and statute. It is now a maa
column and still going.--Pawnee En
terprise. . - ' .
Republicans should devote the
;oth to prayer principallyywid leava
nksgiving to deraZ bts.
II names W. T.
We do not Llama the democracy
for this. We are a little surprised,
however, and grieved. It will inter
fere with our wardrobe this winter.
With an overcoat on Wyoming, a plug
hat on Iowa, and a pair of pantaloons
on Pennsylvania aud boots on gener
al results, it looks now as though wc
would go through the winter wrap
ped iu a bed quilt and profound med
itation. Thc cause of lliU great democratic
freshet in Xew Yoric yesterday -
but why go into details, we all have
an idea why it was so. The number
of yotes would seem to indicate that
there was a tendency towards democ
racy throughout tho state.
.Now iu Pennsylvania, ii you will
look over the returns carefully ,
but why should we take up your val
uable time offering an explanation of
a political matter of the
Wo resume our arduous duties with
r. feeling of extremo ennui, and with
that sense of surprise and astonish
ment that a man does who has had a
large brick block fall ou him when he
XVas not expecting it. Although we
feel a little lonely today having met
but few republicans on the.stteel, who
were obliged to come out anij do
their shopping we still hope for the
The (fraud old republican iarty
But tliat.s what we said la-t weekt
It sounds hollow now and meaning
less, somehow, because our voice is a
little hoarse, and we are snowed un
der so deep that it is difficult for us
The Next Legislature.
Fust di8tit;i, Seliucnheit, gj Fisher;
10; Dumb, 11; Norrts, 12; Kinkaid, 16;
Browu E. E., Walker, 18; Howell, 21;
Filley, 25; Brown Ezra, 25; Harrison,
37; Harris, g8; Satiers, 29; Boingarduer
30; LoIau,ttt; Jiflt Jg,
Fourth district, Rogers, 5; Patterson
6; Brown C II; Caufield, 7; Mcshaue,
8- Conklju, ?; Saug, 13 Brown Capt.
17; Uunphy, 20;BaikCf, 28 ;Case, Jl.
Third district, Buller, 14; Reynolds,
15; Detk19; Dye, 22; Rich, 26; Con
First district, Stephenson, Grin
stend. 2; Fablinger, 4; Humphrey, 5;
Walker, C; Grout, 7; Hall, Wolph, 8,
(a rep,) 9;Grav, Cbristophcrson, Col
peir.ef, Sussenb !ch, 10; Kuouy, Hatch
14; Miller, 17; Palmer, 19; ( i rep.) 20;
(a rep.) 22; Thompson, 20: Roberts,
Jensen, 27; Joues, 28; Bcardslcy, 29;
Collins, llotncr, Joliuson, 30; Fields,
Sessions, Whedoii, Worl, Wisseuberg,
Wescott, 81; Brown, Swearinger, 82;
(2 reps) "J5; Castle, .Morrison, 88; Cook
49; llauney, 41; Chapi' el'lctoii,
Howard, 43; (2 reps) 49; (a rep) 40; (a
rep) 52; Dawson, 53; Charson, 54; Lee.
55; Babcock, 56; a rep) 57 Abel, 59;
First district. La they, 2; Graver, 3;
Freburu, 6; Iloebcl, Payne, 7; Neville,
Draper, 9; Turtle, Carnaby, Croney
nicver, Clark, 11; Harrington, Thomas
12; Iltiinrich, Laird, 3j "(a deiu) 16"
Ilollmaii, 18; (a dem) 20; Gordon, 23;
(2 de ins) 24; Clark, 25; (a deni) 36;
Werhau, Cook, 40; Ashby, 47; Tower,
48; Haven, 68; (a dein) 29.
ANTI-MONO PS ELKCT.
Thirty-thiru, Berkeley, Whitger, 43;
Ramoy. Sadilok, Palmer, 35; Turner,
37; Young, Town, Ratcbll,45; Killiau,
Powers, 46; Dodd, 47; Armllaire, 49;
Stead well, 51; (au ami.) 15.
JTo , YOUNG,
Iiavc arrived, mid Iiovk
thoiii under the regular
can give par (iesnpeciail induce;
when wanting ainything ij
anove line. vWe invite all
and see our iinmen.se stock
Also a Full Line of
iisses and Children scioalTs
HJItei'cttcs anwl IHIaycloeks'
in cndlcssj varieties,
nels, Shootah cloths.
d res pat ter
Waterman OpJsra House,
CEWrffBAJL STfflBE BOOM.
All hands are arranng goods,- and
his advertisemer vill anpqar f
Bkcause thc IIekai.d aud Kuter
priso were consolidated certain par
ties attempted to make political cai
tal out of it by crying "riu-j", not
withstanding that it continue) i ita-
eell warring factious. If two mer
chants or two manufacturers consoli
date business, no such howl would be
raised and. when the howlers learn
that the Herald is a business institu
tion and was comprised as it is at
pieseut lor business purposes and to
become a p&ljd and substantial bus
luess itietitmion for this pity i4 Cass
county and not like some an existence
to help e':ect men to oflice aud subsist
on political scraps aud parings, wfreu,
wc say, men who ouht to know bet
ter, sharpen their perceptive facul
ties enough to comprehend, this 'act
iu all its height and breadth, aud full
ness, titcy JJwill '. advance to a high-
er plane man tney eier m"
of attaining before, Tiie IIeraii is
a business newspaper, and U owners
believe it is so proving itself.
A man from Burlington, Iowa, ar
rived in the city yesterday dead broke.
He was ow bis way to River ton, Neb,
and eluluied that he had bc(:i robbetl
between Plattsmouth and Grueuwood
W:4-pwActbook contain. ng his rail
road ticket aud $85 in greenbacks.
He was drunk, aud was talking for a
pass to his destination. State Jour
ual. L, jJiigsjpssjsjga
- Apkomihent deiuooralio politic
ian in this county in writing a letter
of rejoicing to Dr. Miller, announces
the defeat ofthe Surveyor General's
ring. The members of that very vis
siouary rjsg whoever and wherever
they may be should vryi thejr shrouds
around them and call in the jextou.
Tae Jocbnal, In if chastity, says
we wcr born a liar; wo arc thankful
that our case is a question 'f birth
and not one of education, for it
In the Dixtrict Cjin t o( Nebraska. In ttie 2d
Juilifial DiKtrlet in and for Cass County. Syl
vester C. Fargo and Charles U. Fargo, co-pai t
uers. doing business under the name of b. C.
Fargo & Sun, plaiiitifts, vs. Mary Ilattray, 1-tt-iKlaut.
Mary Kattary, defendant, wil! take notice,
that on the lltn day of November, a i., l2,
S. C. Farco Si Sou, plaimitls herein, tiled their
petition in tin iiktrict Court of Cass county,
Nebraska, against said defendaut, the object
and prayer ot v hich is to recover judgment
ngalust "said defendant, for the sum of $208,-16.
with interest thereou, from the icih day of
January, a. i. 1882, upon a certain judmeut
rendered by the District , Court, of the Territory
of Dakota, in and for the county of Lawrence,
in said Territory, in favor of plaintiffs and
ngaint-tsaid defendant; tnat there is now due
upon said judgment the sum of 3'.!G8,4i, with
interest thereo:: from the lath-day of January
A. ii. 1882, at ten per cent, for whu-u sum, with
interest, plain! ill? pray for judgment and also
that a i Attachment has been i.-sued iu said
cau-e agaiiiHt the property of d defendant
in Cass i o.in ty. State of Nebraska.
S. C. FAHtiO & SON. Plaintiffs,
15y 8. 1. Vanatta, tlieir Attorney.
Plattsmoutli. Nov. 1C. ISM. 35t4.
Notice s lieFt-by giyen, that tiie proposition
for the issiiaiuid of Internal lutpiovement
Bonds, to the amount of Three "IhouHand Dol
lars iu South liend Precinct. Cas County, Ne
braska, having received the uecesiary two
thirds vote, at tlie .special election, lield in said
precinct. ou the day of June, lsui
Notice is hereby given, that the said proposi
tion Having carried, and so ueciareu uy llie
hoard of County Commissioners, ltonds will
be lesued in accordance with the terms of said
LY OKOER OF CO. COMMISSIONERS.
, , In witness whereof 1 have hereunto
jsEAL set my hand and olliciai seal, this Hth
t-- "ay oj Joveinuer. ispz.
' J. V. JENNINGS.
Novenibor 16, 15S2 35t3. County Clerk.
John Osborne, plaintiff, vs. The Scottish
American Mortgaee Company kimited, aud
- Underwood, and Clark partners, lirst names
The above named defendants will take no
tice, that on the 1.1th day of October, 16X2. the
above uamed plaintiff hied his petition in the
district court of Cas county, Nebraska, against
Jrou, the object aud prayer which are 1st : To
lave a curtain luoi tgaye, bearing date of Nov
ember 22d. Itisi, held by you against plaiiuiff,
ou llie south half of the north-west quarter of
section ten, township ten, range ten. in Cass
county. Nebraska, annulled, cancelled and sat
islled of record.
2d. To have you enjoined from negotiating
or transferring the promisory notes t-ecured by
said mortgage, and at the Ilnal hearing of said
cause to have said notes ordered delivered up
3d. To recoverdainagns in the sum of SIOO.00.
sustained by reason ot the non-cancellation of
You are required to nnswer on or before No
vember 271 h, Uul.
By Sui.i.l van W'ooi.KY.Iiis Attorney".
Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 2uth 1SS2. 311.
Swan Johnson, n ju-resident defendant, will
take uotice that on tiie 21st day October. 182,
James Crawford, a Justice of the Peace.in and
for South Bend itrev'xet. Cass county. Nebras
ka, issued au order attachment, for the sum of
34.3iuan actiou pending Itetore mm, w Here
in Kochon &. Co.. are plaiutilfn and Swan John
sou is defundaut. that properly belonging to
you. to-wit : Funds in the hauds ot one N.
W. Kanett. has been attached, aud said cause
on; limed tq Deceiabc-r 2d, lss2, at two oclock
iu tho u(teri(oou. '
By K. O. MoFablasd, their Attorney.
October 21 st, IfjJ 3413.
Notice to Teachers.
I will be at my office in Plattsmouth the first
Friday aud Saturday, aud at Klmwuod the
second and fourth Friday and Saturday, and at
Weeping Water the third Saturday of each
month to attend to any school business that
may ue presented 1132 cvkls alton,
In the matter of the estate of Janies S. Poin-
nutt, defiiascil- 0 flic ppunty court of Cass
Coon reading and fllii;g the duly verified ie
ttliou of SaraU Louisa iJurforJ, praying that
auuunistratons of the estate of James S. Dem
mitt, deceased, be granted to James Magee.
Otdered tliml notice ot the pendctcy of said
cau.e be published in the Plaltsmituthllerald.a
weemy newspaper, printed, publisUed and In
general circulation in said county, for three
vuniuiive weeKs, aim inai Lite Hearing ui atu
cause bo set for tlie 24rh day of November A.
D.. ititj, Jkt 1 "ii'clpck V. 11. at tlie olfH.-e of the
County Judge, ju PlaitsmoutU.' t viiili time
ana place, all ptrsous tuteresled may unpear
and etw.ur n-iii.. ,r .. i...u l. .... wt,i. ..Ii.iit-
istratlou ot said estate should not be granted,
10 me said James Magee, according to ine
prayer of said petition,
- J. W. JOHNSON.
Plattsmouth. Neb.. Nov. 2. 1SK2 3313.
Tax 4je Mige.
to the oou reslUuut Ti unkii j j it aimer
lots 1 to 9. iw block 3. south. 1 east, lots 3 to 12.
In block 4. south, 1 west, lots 1, 3, 4. 5. 6, T, 8, S
and 12, in block 6, south, I west of the Public
Square, in the town of liock Bluffs. Ca couu
Von are hereby notified that on the 21st day
of February, 1881, the above described real es
tate, was by the Treason r of Cass county, Ne
braska, sold at private sale, for the delinquent
taxes 41 the yetr 1ST8, amounting to 3,34. to
me undersigns', raid property was taxed ni
assessed a belougirir to unknown or non-resident
utwiiers:" That tue Ihne cf ridvuiution of
said pifemises froi.ufaid sale. w-IU exblre onjiitt.
21st dvf Febriiary.' A. ti. 13. ami that on
less t lenipiion be umde (ront suth sale on r
oefni a tumijuriiMj preittis
ill.' '"d by the Treasurer ot suid couu
tt'- 1 1 tne unuersigneo.
r wm. . its,
oer aa. isws. 3313,
. t . . ...... . .
niunu. ra ru. T..r tu.i premises ol. fiv el,,..t m.i.e
' I lLf't eomplexlun and web"""
iuy order 01 county C
George Couners will take notice, that on the
tiili day of October, lsS2, J. W, Johnson county
Judge of Cass county. Neb, Nsued an order of
attachment for the sum of S-ii.W, in au ui-tion
pending before bjm, wheiejn Clarence K. Wes-
coii, is piautvut anu vetiii;t: untiets ts ut-ienu-ant.
that property consisting of money, in tlie
hands of the Hu rllngton antl Missouri Itiver
Kailroad, in eorasKa, lias ueen ariai-neu un
der said order. Said cause was couliiined to tlie
23d day of November, ls2. at 3 o clock, A. M.
CI.AllKNCE E WESCOTT.
By Sullivan & Woolbv, his Attorneys.
Plattsmouth. Neb.. Oct. 20th. 162. 31t4.
Notice to Take Depositions.
The State of Nebraska, Cass county, s, s.
Lottie A. Allen, plaintiff ys Charles A. Allen,
In the district court of the 2 judicial district
of Nebraska, in and lor tass county.
The above named deft. Charles A. Allen,
will take notice that 011 the 7th day of Novem
ber 1SH2, between the hours of ten a. in. and six
E. 111. of said day, at the oflice of Daniel W.
rown iu Carthage, Jasper county, iu the state
of Missouri, the plaintiff above named will take
the deposition of Benjamin F. Thooias and
sundry witnesses in this action, to be used as
evidence 011 the trial of the above entitled
cause. With authoiity to adjourn from day to
day untilall such depositions snail nave been
taken xatjk a. au.hu.
By If. C. Brown her Attorney. Plaintiff.
Plattsmouth Oot. 13. Ite2-3l
Notice to Take Depositions.
stale fif Nebraska. Cass Countv. ss. Lottie A.
Allan, plaintiff, v Charles H. Allen, defend
ant, in tne uimrici court 01 me 2u duutctai
District of Nebraska, lu and for Cass county.
The above named Charles II. Allen, defend
ant, will take uotice that ou the Ilth day of
November. A. D. 1S2. between the hours of
10 o'clock a. in. and C o'clock p. 111.. 01 said d?y
at the offlceof January & Smith, in Nevada,
county of Vernon and state 01 -Missouri, ine
plaintiff above named will taice the deposition
of Charles H. Maltby and sundry witnesses in
this autiu: to he 'i-sejl as evident on the trial
of the above entitled eauee. With authority
to adjourn front day to day until all such depo
sitions shall have been taken.
LOTTIE A. ALLEN, Plaintiff.
By H. ('. Bko w", her attorney.
October 19. 1W2. 31U
Notice to take Depositions.
The Stnte of Ncbraeka. Cass county. Lottie A.
AllfcU", p!alutiir. vs. Chases II. Allen, defend
ant, lu lim distru-i iaui t olllie.l Ju.lii,ial
Distrl-1 of Nebraska, 111 aul forCaa county.
NOTICE.TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS.
The above Charles II. Allen, defendant will
take notice, that on the 15th day of November
A. D 12. between the hours of ten o'cl.iek A,
M. and six o'clock P. M., of said day. at tlie of
fice of Charles Patton. of Mount Vernon, iu
the county of Jefferson, and State of Illinois.
The Dlaiutill.above named, will take the depo
sition of Se;.ien W. Wes'hrook and sundry
wiiiUssi-sui lliik"w.Tt.ir. f.tlia nr;t! it evidence
on the trial of the above entitled cause. With
.ititlioritv toadiouru from day to day. until all
such deposition have been taken.
. . - 1- . o . . t I l- V" T'l . . I .. . c m
By H. C. Brown, her Attorney.
October l. 1SS2. 3'.t4.
A reward of Fifty Dollars is hereby offered
for 'i capture and conviction of one James
V-ftll!im- U .l-.a r.m .tnulinrr and rurrvinir Aurav
fenlais e'hiM f thr. aeof lour vears. said
c 'Id a taken n-pm Weeping; Water Nc'j. un
l4iiierBiu joe?, tiaid juih
un every arucif
u per cl
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