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rLATTSMOUTIf.-MAKCIl 12, UK3.
Wioul.vs U in pent and Mr. Itoaewa-
ler s "political cyclone" wer two of a
Tiiic toiiiiug lew iuoiiiIim will uhow
that I'lutUiuouth will build uud pros
per tliit hcaon, couiil to toy in it
Mil. jsi.ai.xk is ousil; engaged upon
Lis book, which will be one of the
ablest works upon American politics
erer placed before the public.
This Hardy Herald comes up bright
und smiling with double its former
amount of hoiue news, and is one of
our bt st southern Nebraska exchanges,
Tim public schools of this city, de-
nerve the highest commendation, and
me iiKKAi.it itouots n more kiiccchs-
fnl school are in session in the state
iitUKK executions on the gallows
occurred on last Friday, two in New
York and a negro in Alabama. JLU
died protesting innocence and profes
The Kairbury liaeite publishes
Kepiebentalive Hall's bill for prohibit
ing cattle with infectious diseases run
ning at large, in full, und evidently
considers it a good bill.
The floods in the .Lower Mississippi
country are slowly abating, and while
much suffering has been occasioned the
loss of life and property has been
much less than expected.
l LATTSMOuTii is open to receive
manufacturing industries; it invites
the world at large, to view the prom
ich ana possibilities of this city lor
the investment of capital iu auy
branch of industry.
The sulyect of divorce i to le treated
in tha April numlwr of the North Amur
lean Ilcview by Judge Jameson, the well
known divorce judge of Chicago, and
the K.v. Dr, Theodore D. Woolsey, the
life-long opjKucut of divorce.
The riattsmoutu Hoard of Trade
baa a work to do that demands both
its immediate and united attention.
1 he work is to take the diagonal road
1 1 .1 r . 1 . . ...
auo. leau il oy certain lines to its pro
per western terminus in this city.
A system of city Improvements
should bo outlined early iu th sea
sou, and lollowcd to completion the
couuug summer, o man not pos
sessed with a desire to use all possible
means to increase the value of prop
erty Dy increasing1 the surroundings
should be elected to a ci r office.
Jimtowx is the latest town in Colo
rado gone crazy on a gold stiike. Two
weeks ago Jimtown was nettling, and
now Jimtown has two thousand peo
ple; Jimtown lots are selling at five
hundred dollars each; suckers are flee
ing to- Jimtown, and Jimtown is car
ing for the suckers. Long live Jim-
'"Hi 1 1 mors I
-Jf; trUe la" its
. -ty, add U its
rity the . outside worldf
, ..eaest railroad lines that
x, ver been projected into the Mia
UiCf valley country. A short review
of the Mc(regor, I)e Moine t Ne
braska road, its eonneclioim and the
position it will take as a coinix-ting
lino, will be good reading lor wide
awake citizens of Plat Union th. The
initial point of this road is at Mc
Gregor, ou the MisMbsippi river . in
uorth-caetern Iowa, tht-ucc across the
state of Iowa uiagoually, striking
Waterloo, Marshalltown, Ies Moines,
and thence south-west to a good con
necting poiut m th Miaaouri river
not ytt determined ttfioul The road
is past being a road upon paper, and
it will be ironed to Des Moines the
present year. Last year that cilv
voted upon bonds to hecure the road
to that city; the bonds were defeated,
but the enterprising business men and
capitalists f Des Moines were not de
feated, and they have raised by sub
scription, the amount required to hc
cure the road. The road being as
sured to Des Moines, the next ques
tion is its terminal point atthc west,
which should demand this city's im
mediate attention. The most casual
glauce, will show th value this road
would be to I'lattainouth iu a com
mercial view. At its eastern termi
nus, it is iu direct connection with
the Milwaukee & St. Paul system,
which is the road to the lumber re
gion of northern Wisconsin; through
Iowa, the route crosses all the trunk
lines excepting the Burlington route,
and passes through mau of that
state's best cities. With a terminus
at the west in this city, the road
would be iu direct connection with
the I e irt of Nebraska and its princi
pal cities; it would be iu direct con
nection with Denver, Colorado, Utah,
the Central Pacific railroad and the
western coast, the latter road already
moving for a connection with the C.
D. & (I system, independent of the
Union I'aciiic. Take" a map of Iowa,
aad trace the diagonal road, and the
natural terminus of the road would
be at this city; add the advantages
Plattsinoulh possesses as a connecting
poiut with all southern Nebraska,
Colorado and beyond, and this city
is the only practical terminus. The
duty of this city, is to at once lay
these facts before the diagonal road
and secure it whil it is yet without
location west of Des Moines.
The Herald has received the dissent
ing opinion, in the case of Krochler &
Lunge vs. Hill, being the celebrated
liquor case in lona, in winch a majority
of the supreme court of that state, an
nulled the "late lamented" amendment
to the Iowa constitution, prohibiting the
manufacture or sale as a beverage of any
intoxicating liquors, whatever, in the
Tha dissenting opinion is by Beck,
Justice, aud is both lengthy audcxhaus
ive, although the profession would re
gard it perhaps more as an elaborate brief
er printed argument, rather than the
dispassionate annunciation of a judicial
In this case, as it now stands, Justice
Beck is in the decided minority, and the
doctrine that Napolcau Bonaparte an
nounced, when his star was ascendent,
seems to prevail against the' disseating
Napoleon is said to have exclaimed on
a certain occasion, "That Providence, as
a rule, was always on the side of the
heavy batallions." The balance of the
entire court of the Hawkeye state is
flsly against Mr: Justice 'Beck, i
1ug of this klud that
we VLZoT, but there Is no tcllinr
whalKci may do If ho la Jill April.
Railroading onth Frontier.
At Ilcasou, Arizona, the railroad ruea
do nt enjoy going about the 'train-yard
with lanterns at night, as the cow-boys
fjnd great sport iu trying to put out the
lights with their revolvers. Iutrr
The towu of I)iua, in Worcester
county, Mass., has jubt voted, by 63 to
82, that no lijuor t-hall bp sold there.
We are proud of that towu. New York
CALL AT THE
E. 1 WATERMAN & SOU,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in
Fourth Street, la rear of Opera House.
PLATTSMOUTIL - NEBRASKA.
B. & M. R. R.
The through line for Denver
and the Mountains, and all points
in Southern and Western Nebras
ka. Eastern Connections at
IB 9 0 sgH
Blake's Building, up Stairs,
Where they are da ci-iving
We also wish to inform the citizens of I'Uttsm.iin i that we have m.i.lf
On short notice, and
WM. HEROLD and SON
desire to state to
they have moved
nishing goods to their store room
formerly occupied by J. II. Cox.
A full line of
will be kept at the old stand. We
would be pleased to see all our old
customers and many new ones.
Ve will keep u
The Finest Pressed
I2T THE STATE,
XL A NUFACT1JREI) K Y
Orders received for may quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating' to build
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
' - ; AND
Our facilities for heavy work in Columns urul
not surpassed in the State.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds.
for all classes of work in iron.
jze Nebraska manufacturing.
rp n7 f.?i rafRr '-. - m,K''
a coinjltf line of all kinds of
the public that
their Wry Coods
and Gent's Fur
than we wrre formerly en-
our work, the
of Bonner Stable,
CTURE2M 0 F
Castings fur Business Houses are
Our Machine Shoo i-
We duplicate all
eattet:: jricef. savjni
JOHN KlT0UAl.l. A. W. Ml l.At'OHI.IK,
OK I I. A rTHMOl"! M. NKIiKASKA.
lil-li ll.i- Vt-ty lo st f:trlllli's 1 r 1 1 r- finlnpt
lr.ltic tl"ll of Irllllliutf
Storks, r.t.inlt, Cnl.!. I i i i. mi i.l ;iiul I.ih hI
St'l'UI II U' ('..lilt III iill-l Sl.. llrJMlNlls rai'l'IV - I
I'll II I II I !"( .ll Ioh lt oil I I MM- I .1 I I II -
rat . I i nil - 'I i .i ii. ;i v ula I If In ;tn) I
lull til I lit I iillr.l Si.il. :n.l .ill
(tic pi III' !i;il tuwli ol
C'ollrr.tiuus mutle if pr'tm'tly rrmittr:!.
IIi(lirt maikft irir4n (i.ilil (or County War-
laiils. Stalf al.J I mil l )'.oinl.
John Klli'fi al J A. K. Toiiallu. i
.lolm IC. t'Uik. IC. -. 4'iikIiIiik. 1
;eo. K. lov-, K. IC. Whin-.
a. . m i am: Him.
Bank Cass County!
i'i.Iim i Main iiml Sixth HtrTt.
PL. ATT8 MOUTH,
JOHN IU.A K. I'lt-Hhlfht. I '
I J. M. I'A'I'I KltMlN, l .vihl.T. t
Transacts a General Banking Business.
HKJIIKST CASH PRICE
Paid J or Count y and City Wurtantx.
autl uiompt!) rfiuii (! f i.
III UKCI 1 1 IKS :
John llhtck. J. M I'alK i toil, II. l'al m'I,
K. K. (illt)iiii:tlili. .1. .Mull inry, A. I!.
Smith. l"ii'd ;irl'i-. Oily
WEEPING WATER, - NEli.
K. L. RKED, President.
II. A. CIIJSON, Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON'. Cashier.
A General Backing Bnsincss Transacted.
Kf'celvfd. and Interest aIlo-l on Time Ceitl
Dni.vn available iu any part of the United
States and all tin principal eltle.i of Kurope.
AyenUt for tha celebrated
MM Liie of Steamers.
Z3 s , a ,
In lliu NI 1- iivorno an I
Omahj, Kami City, Atchiton and St. Jotcph,
T' O T .
detroit, niagara falls,r
New York, Boston!
And All Point EAST and SOUTIItAST.
i lit- I ixi: iMruiHrs
N'-. lv : lll I'll. - 1 1i Hlcrl 'Ir.rfc . Ai
ill.' in I. IM'l.V lKI" l M li
ii ,in I I: i..rniiii h'-inir IIIK I(KAT
'I'll I.' 'I 1 1 A ii I I I. mill I- liiii''t"nHv (.li'fd4
In I.' Tit K MM. -I I 'Jl Ul'l'.ll llilllfuil III IU
Umlil l"T ml i :. - -.1 iiiim I
Try II. uinl "H i'l ll'i'l l.'nvf'lim lm ury lnH-al
Tin .in j rli 'I ii h'f . v in i In- i rli -lii hi i'l I. inn rnr .il
til nil iillli in in I in- U . . i
All lulu i mill I'm Ml I I'nl.. nf Turf Hli-i-ilnf f
Al IIII.H.llM' . 'I I 'I l "I" ' iNN't.
Iull turn by lil7ii'K !
T. J. TOTTER. PT RCE VAL LOWLLL.
31 ll-i' I'll'- I I 4 lm I M umf r . tmu I I't.-lir' Al
Chicago, Ills. Chicago, ltta
I III- Al.i.'T MI'l I li-l I I. liKMMll evi-l 'IU
'ii.. il ;i II - "'I t .i I n in Hi eld . I iiml l'-'
lint 1 1 1 1-1 -1 ; Al ' i i-il! HI lm liiiniii' I'1
ui:ai ritooi' hki.ow .
ri:oM cm., l. r
riH i t:i:
VciiniU"! 'I'. 'hi".
ii i i; ...,.i-. II Al' I',, i:-iili :
Mi.v ;m Ii, i"'i.
I Ii III it M I N ill
iiabb- I ;.nil)!flMilnii ill lilrli I pi l ,,r
hiKlily, iir had a larue '"' pavin m ' ' i"'"1
and a small ""' " H'e m Ih-i . hi' b im.iJi
liliu vi iy lame ; I had It i lit iiml' I the rli.il -' "f
two veterinary siiii'i.hm uhn l..ib d ! un
him. I v.-a- line !; leadiiii? tin- ...I v i 1 1 1 .ineiit
o Kenilall's Sa in iiM! In tin- bii'.H'.i !'.
prepM, I di-teanilned :it onee I u 1 1 y ll.und nut
driiKtri-ln beie-eiit lor It . ihey onSeieil Hirer
buttles I I niiK lliein all and IIh.iii'iiI I wnnld
irive ll a tliuioil.h tli.il.l nsedlll aeeni ilin lolll-r:illin-
and I lie bun Hi day the roll e-a-.nl Hi
be lame, and the lump- bad di -ai al d. I
used bill nne bull le ;:ll'l I be enlt s limb- are ;ii
free from lump-- ami ;i- -iimkiIIi ai any burse in
the tat-. He I-ei.llielv enieil. ItieeniewaK
no remarkable that I b l I .Mi ! my liei-lilmm
have the reinainii'i: I w i I' S -.m.o aie no
IISII1U It. . ,
i.. 'i. rosn.it.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
OX HITMAN PLKSII.
I'att. nV Mill". N. V.. Keb. Zl . Ihtm.
IS .1. K it Nl M l. .t 'o .. Henls: 'I he nailieii
l.ireasi! on vbi b I u .ed your KendallV .spavin
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain nf slMeeii
m.iiithf NtaudiiiK. 1 bad tried many I Iiihk". nut
in vain. Vuiir .Hpavln lire put t he lout In tha
Kioimd aain. and for the liit time slnie hint,
in analnial misi I loll, lor a family lliilinenl it
cxeells an I iiln we ever used.
im:v. m. r. kki.i..
l'astoi of AI. 10. Uliiiri h. I'atiens Mi:l. N. V
Hend addri-HM for Illilsliated ireiilar, uliivti
t lliinl fives liosi live inoof of il" urines. N"
remedy lias ever met ;!h unh ii'ii:iUtl
ueeefc, to our la.ott i n
I'riee 51, per bottle. I
lit I in a -i S .11-11
t-1 x bolUes lor ri. All
; ( ll tot Ji n. or It
.mi I .1 i-M.I ' f prie
il. .!. ll i. A I A . I uo.
lriij'KiMls have il i : u ;
'-1! I be hi-iiI l'i ;ii.;. i i e .
y tin: il oil i''i "I - 1 ' i.
K'no'liun: i''al!n. Vt.
SfI.I n v ii.j.
HARRIS Sc UNRUH,
and all kind- of a'd wcjally Wept In
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