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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1883)
a, PltUB9Utll, M
v ' ; -r
iiiwui nriim .mm not at
e (. of .war but a very short Up bat
b took fain jicalps.-
Oxx city eject lou ia this vicinity is
passed, tuii (Jeorgie Cole is elected auy or
of all Pacific1 Juu'ction.
- Thk Hat Utiiouth ' board of trade
should watcU the cowing of tbe diago
nal ' road ' across - Iowa and meet it . ball
. y ''
Turn dispatches to Jay regarding Prof.
Wiggins, - Iris atom and tbe attaatiou
given it by tbe people of upper Cauada,
are of especial interest and tbe associate
press report is given in full.
Democratic editors persist in saying
that the late congress baa done nothing
and yet tbe congressional record of tbe
session contains over 19,000,000 words.
With this view of the case tbe democratic
itor U at best a prevaricator.
' Balxm, Kicbardaon county bas been
r V . t l . . t . m 1
nnca eiaiea over ine aiscvrerj oi coat
1 In considerable quantities in a well
nd Prof. Aoghey, who has ' exam
ia there, it comes from
believes exists in pay-
ourt of the
J'C!irJct of No
J wbleu ; was, the other
dclded by tbe supreme
c: ;t cf the U. S. adversely to Platta
caontb, baa been pending in tbe courts
for several years. Tbts action was
brought upon certain interest coupons
of those bonds, which were past due,
and which the city refused to pay, on
tbe grounds that there was no law in
force at tbe date of their issue, author
lilng the contracting of the indebted
ness. After these bonds were issued.
29,UK) in amount, the city of Flatts
mouth, or those in charge of its af
fairs at the time of the voting and is
suance of tbe same, obtained from the
Nebraska legislature, a special act le
galising their issue. The present ac
tion, in which these bonds are upheld,
if the IIcsald remembers the point
ia controversy, hinged altogether on
the validity of this special act of our
legislature, legalizing these securities ;
and it ia very difficult to ' understand
how this special act,' the validity of
which was directly' in 'con tio vera y in
this suit, 'could be upheld by. any
Under tbe decisions of the supreme
court of Nebraska this act would be,
if questioned, unconstitutional ; bow
ever, the decisions of . the supreme
court of the IT. S. have been uniform
ly upon tbe side of the holders of state,
county, and municipal securities and
against the idea of repudiation.
Cass county, at one time, bad a bond
ed indebtedness s of . some $209,000,
wbieb, when in process of . litigation,
was compromised, freeing our county
from an indebtedness , of $145,000.
Much Severe criticism was . indulged
in, at that time, against parties in
charge of that litigation ; yet succeed
ing events have proved it was the
wisest thing , that , could have been
done for our county. . ..." r ,
, There was not half the grounds '. in
that case to defeat tho B. & bonds,
that there was in the present case to
defeat the high. 'school securities.
in7 In regard to our , b igh school
t this suit been successful,'
ood reason to believe it
nc of having the
,ae' fiil-re to pass the Fits John
er Ull, as a result of the democratic
w altering aniust Lee, but it will not
condone so readily tho democratic vil
linffness to rfacrilico all legislation in
order to gratify their partisan malice. Ia
this respect they exhibited their custom
ary indifference to public sentiment and
their characteristic deficiency in the
mdm of public responsibility. They
will find that their obstruction tactics in
tbe closing hours of congress will come
back to plague them in the next cam
paign, not only on account of the un
worthy purpose which prompted their,
but also on account ot the resulting
failure of urgent legislation. Thinking
people will naturally ask themselves
whether such a party may be safely in
trusted with the adminstration of nation
BOYD & LARSEtf,
Contractors and Builders-
Will give estimates on all kinds of work. Any
order left at the Lumber V sviIk or Post
Office will receive promut attention.
Heavy Truss Framing,
fur bams and larce building a specialty.
For refoienc apply to J. P. Young. J. V. Week
bacli or il. A. Waterman & Son. d&wtf
CALL "AT THE
U Dealer in '
I S H i 4
Son t -m
Blake's Bnilding1, up Stairs,
Where they are da ct ivinga
We also wish to inform the citizens of rUittsicomh tint v luve i;iJ
Dying, Clean ingx"" Repairing
On short notice, and warrant satisfaction.
WM. HER0LD and SOI
desire to state to the ptihiic that
they have moved their Ory Groods
Notions, Hoots, and Gent's Fur
nishing goods to their store room
formerly occupied by JT. K. Cox.
A full line of
STAPLE, rANCY CH.O CERES S and
will be kept at the old stand. We
would be pleased to see all our old
customers and many new ones.
We will keep a J3KTTEII line ofgoods than we were formerly en
abled to. , : ,
The Finest Pressed Brick
Orders received for any quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to build
lalijy of our bricks and prices.
Parda in rear of Bonner Stable,
'MAN-- & K
,".. . . -
attsinoixtli . iN e o .
MANUFACTURE :. OP
(. IRON FRONTS,
- AND CASTINGS.
' -rtvj: work -i Columns
, -te. - .. ' . .r -1
f ail kinda. Our Uachfsa v'topi-
complete lino of all kintl.i of
our work, the
a i -Oil i -f O
I R B Y, Propr's.
and Casting for , -Biwineee House are
Joiik FiTJ!or.n.Ll), A. W. McLAuonu.
1'renliteut. (Vliler. '. ,
FIRST NATIONAL -
OK J I. A TMH'TM, NtliltASKA.
Offer the Very beit f;-.-tltUf fur tbe inompt
trun;i4-tn of lfi;ltiiii:tte
BANKING BUSINESS. .
siotk'. J'.oni. ;iiJ, :iv t mitt-nt in . i i ...,!
.Sffurilieo IUilu:l.( Alui Solil.JJf puKitl . iv -ed
:nd Interrtt niin ! t ((( i-i I ! fl
talis, J'l ::t il'.tv.n;i vuil.il If II. ;my
(urt if t!..- I i l:. I s;-i!i . m,,t it
tin' i'lll'l;- i,., j v
- I ir"i.
H v!ii--.l nun k-l f t I -. .til f. ('win. I) V;ir-t
r.iul .. ; :;! m.d i.niity lUnul.
Ll H KGTOIIS :
tclifi Kitii i:ild A. K. ToumIIu.
Jlillll 11. 'l;irK. it. 4 'nr-ttiuu.
Uf.i,. K I.ivi-y. y. K. Ubllr,
A. W. MrLmu-Mlii.
Bank Cass County
C'otuer Wiu aud Sixth Stra.tM.
JOHN BLACK. President, (
1 J. M. I'AITKKHON, Caslilor. (
Transacts a General Banting Business.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Paid J or County and City Wari-antf.
t'OLLKCI 3f .lK
and promptly retnlttnl for. , -
John Itluck. J. AI. ti-rto;i. C. il. I'arm-lj,
F. It. fiuthiuann. J. Morrlxney, A. B.
3uiltli. Krd O order. . Blly
- WEEPING WATER -
WEE PINO WATER, - NEIt.
V.. I,. Ui:i:i, I'resident.
It. A. fJIBSON", Vice-rreaident.
R. Si. WILKIXSOX. CiBhiftr.
A General Baalfiiig BacinEssTransdttel
Kff ivt-d. iind Itilt-M-st ii!!ove( on 'l'lni: trti
flcatcM. - .
4 OtAFTM )
Drnwn uv;ilhib!e lu nuy part of thr I 'r. I ted
Slat'.-s and all thfl pi i!icit.-i ri'iif Kuro.
Ay Hits for the celeb rated
Hamljnrs Line of Steamers.
1H "tit rA
r s .
" I j S 5 a
C 4i ,
! Ui lld Koru. mat
PIlIlTOIP Ts XaXZXl
Omaha, Ktmi City, Atchison and St. Jotiph,
DETROIT, NIAGARA FALLS,
New York, Booton I
An AN Poind EAST and SOUTHEAST.
T1IK LINK (OMI'ftlSKi
Nmrlr l.nrO tiling Hm.KKb Hiccl Tfiwk. Aft
iiiiiiii mr luxto hi IM't.N DKI'Oln. Il I.m
Nulkiniil It'-uuiull.Mi 01 1. if TIIK CUUA I'
TIIICor;il .! LINK, atul t iii.i.'iii r.iiH.ll
to bi TIIK MK r KVl ll'I'KI II .1 I Mi ti
World (or Hll c!um- of iihvvI
Trf It. and you mil Umt ttavc'lmi a luxury lmitd
TlirouHb TU-kta via Him (VlrbrHled l.lna ..rwl
at all om-- in W -
All In formation mImxii I'aton of Kara. Irt-f.lnir r
ArconinKHlHlMina, 1ini l abl, Ac, will t lo-t-r-(ally
-tvin by avplylntf tu
T. I. POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL.
M Vlo frr. I 4 O" I Mafr. a I twufi Al..
Chicago, lUs. Chicago, IUa
r in av iria
Ii.aM'mI' mti'Mnni. KkmkIiV rvrr dlfi
Cuv;rrd an It i-flUln In ita effcPta and iloca
not IiIInMi-; AIho -X('fllilit fur Uuiiihu tlrall.
KKAD 1'ltOOr' 15KI.OW.
I KOM COL. I.. T. FOriTEll
Younantowu. Ohio, May lOtil, IrtSO.
J'.. .1. KMidiill kl'o.. Gout i I li.id u very vul-iial.li-
. ainl! toniiiii foil which I 1 ll.-il very
luclily, lie had a laiKi; bone rpavln In one Jolol
und n small on" on the other, uhlcli luaJe
him very lame ; 1 had hlm under t lie rliare of
two veterinary Kurpeiina who fulled to eure
him. I ;if one flay reudlnit the l vrrllxeiiient
l endiiir.s S.;ivni l .'nre in til e t'lil aro Ki
lirens. 1 deteauliued at uuer to try It, and olil
iliUKiiht" here ent for it, they ordered thrvc
bottles, I look them all lllld tliollL'l.t I would
ivcitul lloioiii! Ii 1 1 ial.I li-eilit. accol MliiK to dl
reelions and tin-f.nii lh day the eoll eeawd to
l.e hiine, anil the liiinim had llaeared. J
used hut one ioltU and the colls liinoi ure H-t
I free from lunipM and a hiiiooiU as tiiy horse lii
lilt; MHiw. 115 i rmiiei) euiru. j oi- uir
remarkable that I let two ot my neighbor
have I lie irumii.lug twobottle who uij now
usiu if. ' '
Vry Tii-cl.f uli y,
. l T. i'OSTI-.U.
Kendall's Spavin Cure -
ON" HUMAN TLESII.
Paltea'a Mill. N. V.. Feb. 21. la.
B. J. Ki.ndall&L'o.. Genta : TJic particu
lar caa on which I uved your Keiitinll'a Hpavln
Cure was a malignant ankle ftpraiu of Klxleeo
inoirtha ataudihK. I had tried many IhliiK". but
io vain. Your Huavln Cure put tht foot to thu
ground aKaiu. and for I he llri't time Hi nee hurt,
lu a natural poHltlon. For family liniment it
exce.IU auythini; we ever UHed.
ItKV. M. I'. UEI.L,
l'astor of M. E. Church. TattetiH Mill. K. Y
Seed adilrec for Nhmirated Circular, whlc
we iiiiiiK uivei oosuive urooi oi in iiiurci. it
. . i . . . . .....1 I. I in
HiicctHH, to our knowledge, for beaut ax well as
I'riee I, per bottle, or vix bottles for ?5. All
Iriif;iHW have It or can jet It tor you. or it
will be ent to any address on receipt of price
by the protutetors. 1U. 11. J. KKNDAI.I. & CO.
Knocbiiru r al Ik, Vt. , 3-!y
sin.it hi a. i, i, Hiic;f;is rs
NEW - i; ,
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and all K
aT -L-a" . VfllUt V T "K at.ar' af a
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