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IJLISIIED DAILY AUD WEEKLY
LPlattsmontli Herald mXx&w. Co.
DAILY, d-II vrr-i by tan ler to any art of I lie
FarWrek 9 It
rr Month no
Tr Year 7 00
WEKKI.Y, by mall.
e ropy sis months tl W
One copy ou year 2 00
BKtsl-reil at tlie Post Office. IMaUMiioiitli. aa
Kcuml cla. matter.
PLATTSMOUTH, MAIICI1 15, 163.
Iavii 1avis marriage yi-strnUy,
wuh one of the lir,jest" on record.
Tonkiiit is the old feoMUr'a night,
and a royal time limy be txiicted
both tor those who bore arum, and
their "m-.stB f the evening.
I)k LekskI's, the great French eu
jrlnecr, has commenced work on hia
latent project, which is to m.ik- of
tho ,.ctcrt .!' ."54lani, :i r'vit inland
The wtrtrklv Hkkm. i.i sh'd to
day, Hom-s On? eighteenth car ! its
exi.ilciK'c. the eoinpmy have ro
comment to make; the pap r rtpej.ka
Ex (Jov. Wm. !"pkajite hits been
nominated for governor of Itliode Is
laud; the report that ex-Senator Conk
ling will assist in the tauvu3, is i
fabrieution out of wholo cloth.
Tiik Wiseonin, Iowa ami Ncbras
ka railroHil, the diagonal route, is
working a heavy force in eaateru
Iowa, and a preliminary surrey is
now being made between Des Moines
and Council I'luffr.
Tiik Iowa Ilrewcrs were in convcu-
tioii at Council Willi's yi-ptcrday;
There is a Morm brewing in the pro
hibition ranks in that state, that will
astonish the Iowa beer mauufactti
rers at au earlv da v.
Now U the time to take steps to widen
the H.U wa'.ks upon Main street, and put
in gutters that will protect the. citizens
i-roperty. Now let it be discussed and
settled one way or the other. The IIkk
ali is fur ex: ended sidewa'ks aud de-
- cent suiters.
Is it not time our people were paying
some attention to the coming city eltc-
tlon? We want active, business men 'at
the head of affairs; much that effects the
future of Piattsmouth depends upon
this. Agaiu the IIeiiai.d calls on. our
business men to not shirk their duty in
I'ivKK Mtice Mr. Folger has been
tecrctary ot the treasury, rumors
have been rife of his resignation at
oft recurring intervals The last ru
mor is now declared off, and Mr. Fol
ger assures the public that he will
continue to hold that position.
The best suggestion for the nation
al rcpublicaa ticket next year in
print is as lollowe: For president,
Geo. F. Erlniuud?, of Vermont; r
vicc-prc suleut, Peijainin II irri?ou,f of
Indiana. Two of the ablest and bet
men in the United Stales of Auier
i jo uoi iei !:e aigouAi sc. your
nl'mtiou, g '.'it ''iiifii; i; is ou otii-
cr -ide of 1 iic-riv.r.. ft;d ;,m- uvaiis
your euoour.ictr.-.;it aa-.l luvtration
to bask iu thj sir-shin.: oi X UrasKa
prosperity. Keep the garter iu sight
gentlemen, and act proi.-ip-lr.
More about Wiggins IVvhi the Chi
"V. W. WILL NEVER MOKE TROUBLE
YOU" AFTER THIS V KEK.
The entire failure of Wiggius
storm predictictioti has called forth
the following tonight from a defeated
candidate for the House of Commons,
known as "our deacon:1'
Wiggins wanted wind Wiggins
wished waveg. Wigirius wagered
wind would wollopwild. Wide wast
ing waters would wave. Worlds
would wobble. Wrecking winds
would waft with woful wast
age. World woniered. Women
Watched wakefnlly. Widows wtai.
rtficktl wights winked wittily, vviz-
gins waxed wanton,, writiug woeful
word. Weeks wore".' Wiggins wind
ware weather wouldn't work. Wrecks
wares, winds were -wanting. World
warbled. Wiggins ' was wrong.
Wicked -Wiggi us! Windv Wiggins!
Would-be weather-wise, wild, weird,
r: Packing Interests.
Our people should not be despondent
over the discouraging views of eastern
capitalists, in regaril to developing a
pirk packing interest at this point. Had
James E. Boyd gone to 'Mr. Arn;our
when he established his packing house
in Omaha, doubtless be would hare been
told that Chicago, was the only market
in the world where, capital and brains
could b successfully utilized in that
particular branch of trade. There is not
so much in the argument of Mx. Ar
mour, as he would have us believe. It
may be true, and doubtless is, that the
refuse, the trimmings, .such as hair ani
hoof of the swine can be utilized in
'Chicago, aud to a great exit made to
pay.thc expense of a slaughtering estab
lishment; hut all this can be saved here
id placed niiou the market, not ao ad
5v i. .
t? ?C,,usiyi " true, as it can be
' Y vrChicagpi, but It can be done, aud
- nc otner point which Mr. Ar-
io;ir and his brethren upon the lakes
:ould not forget, it is a small matter of
'r.nrse, . but still it is a. fact Chicago
Vs should not overl-ok, and t?iat is
x?gV aod the Cv.ru that makes th
hog, in this great producing region ars
raised right here, aud there can b r.o
question but they can be profitably
lUnghtered.here to the great advantage
of this country. This is cot aa experi
ment, not an unsolved problem, but long
a demonstrated fact. Let not our loard
of trade bj discouraged. If hoi cau
be slaughtered a they have been, pro
fitably, for yeard on the Missouri river,
it can yet b doiwyuid riht here where
they are produced anl tutted for the
market is the place to slaughter them.
Tmk telegraph system, like Hie rail
way system of the country, has be-
cotn.i an arbitrary master, whenever
it touches the commercial, operations
of the different and distant beclions of
our country ;and sooner or later a rem
edy bus to be applied. The dilllcul-
ty and the danger from these two
agencies, is. that the trud of the coun
try is dependent to a very large extent
upon them; speed destroys distance;
we are not so many miles, but so many
hours from market. In the case of
the telegraph no man of sense aud
judine.'it would dare go into our
markets here and buy the stock ami
prince of Nebraska, wi'.hout. he was
constantly within -ear nhot" of the
Chicago, or New VorK quotation, as
they p ilsate nomentarily from thosa
great centers of trade; this renders
tue telegraph indispensible to the mer
chant and jobber; it is bis medium of
information; his protection in trade.
These great interests, by virtue of
their great value, their overshadowing
importance, become the exalted ob
jects of speculating capitalists. Their
stocks have become chatties in the
markets for ventursome gamblers
until today the railway and teiegraph
stock of America is the grand feature
of our quotations.
This has stimulated the building of
telegraph us well as railroad lines;
aud the formation of new companies
and corporations, for purposes of
speculation. These stocks depend to
a great extent for their market value,
i. c., the basis of their market value,
upon the net earnings of their oper
ated lines, whether it be railway or
telegraph, hence, anyone can see how
necessary it is that such stocks should
have a good reputation.
Wealthy men of late, iu this coun
try, seem to have a mania for the sole
ownership of the stock of our railway
and telegraph lines consequently.
these stocks have naturally- flowed
with the current of trade into the
hands of the Vanderbilts, Goulds, and
Fields the speculating millionaires
of -America. The result has been, that
a these stocks have gravitated into the
hands of the few, the management ef
these great interests have become
more and more arbitrary, and less re
gardful of the wants and necessities
of those dependent upon thr-m in the
regular course of trade.
The little morning ialk of Mr
Gould, over a year ago, to the'St. Louis
board of trade, when he said, ia sub
stance, that his consuming de3ire to
swallow all the railways of the coun
try, and absorb ali the telegraph stocks.
had become merely a matter of amuse
meut and pastime to him, was an
alarming statement made by one of
the autocrats of our commercial world.
to tbeproducer of the great northwest ;
the statement of a fact, which the
producer had realized and felt before.
viz., that owing to the ability of one
or two men to own and control the
railway and teiegraph lines of this
country, th products of r.h rat
n.jrtiiTct, wvro vu-tu:tlir at U;g uv-r-cy
of thv'r wi.Uas io ::x Arbitrary nud
exorbitant raie.s ri! rue; : v, almost,
of ;:i market vain?; a da!.er which
the laws of trade, so often applied
to, could not avert, c aip..t;ltoii using
The great question has been, and
will be, until a satisfactory solution
is arrived at how can this be reme
died? In the case of our telegraph
monopoly, a remedy has been suggest
ed, and very favorably - received nd
commented upon; and that is. that the
government sliail conste-
-uu srauuaiivnicn purchase.
lue rranor soMiArsti i,v
wealthy Vjje r&ntfiol- much
in is proposed
emu Riamat recom-
&i&.etrZ-ff. It would
take the telegrath stock off the
market, and this w'uld stop the ten
dency and. practice o arbitrarily
raising the tariff rates, and thus tax
ing the customer and patron (who, in
the regular course of trade, is com
pelled to patronize) to meet the losses
sustained by the Individuals owning
the fctocks and lines in gambling
speculations in stocks which have
proved disastrous ;;all the government
would want would be a reasonable
rate sufficient to maintain the linrf
in good repair and make the system a
self sustaining one.
Every individual and corporation
woald be placed upon an equal foot
ing, and no one class could monopolize
thsse great agencies of trade and in
telligence, to the exclusion of its com
petitor and neighbor.
All suffiTt-ni from this :seaf that are ai.
irnH to l-! cured should try Dr. Kiisiier' Cele
brated Consumption 1'owdtr'n. .'tt)e.; IVwfl
crs arc tnc only prep.iraii. n kno it tiiat will
cure C'oa.MUinptwn and all di.tea.stn of tlieTliroat
and Lungs lodreU, o nlroiiK Is our faith iu
toetu. aud alsuto convince you that they are
no humbug. w will forward to everv .utterer.
by mail, nosi paid, a Kree Trial Box.
We don't wut your money until you arc per
fectly aatifled of their curative powers. If
your life i worth living. doa"l df lay in Kivtnx
these 1'ui1..h a trial, tut they will surely cure
Price, for larue Rox. ?3.00. or 4 Coxes for $10.
Sent to any part of the I tilled States or Cana
da, by wail, on receipt of price. Address
ASH & HOBBIJiR,
Pee. 28th. Mffir. SU lJro0Uyn' V.'Y,
Will UUY and fcF.LL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opposite Th; Old Huh': Jiuiiling.
Plaltsmouth, Feb. Is'., Is8; 4Gtf.
Wayon, Jtnyyy, Mar.hine. uiul I' low rt-
pairiny, and yewrttl jubbiny
I am now prppan-d to l all kinds of n-p.-ttriiig
of farm anil other iiuicliiiii-ry, as tlirrt
is a food latlio in my shop.
PETER RAIT EN.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the waun s-liop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
If ew Wagons and Itussfe raaite f
SATISFACTION OU A KANTKEI).,
TC, KT6., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions:
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash,
MY FINE HEARSE
1 CU ilKAUk fUH HEU.VIVE.
With many thanks for past patronage.
Invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
SUf. FUR.VTl'HE AMI COPflK
a P H
1 r 1
B CO 0
r 41. 1
HUiK SilOKINO; & WAdOX KEPAIKING.
All ii2u3 of fam noleiaents Mecaeil will
Neatness and IUspatch.
Horse, 31ule& Ox Shoeing,
In short, w e'll shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
a tilth St between Main and Vine Streets.
u.t acres; corner from the kkw IIEUALJ
For Sale !
N E , Sec. 3, T. 12, II. 13.
. T. 12, K. 1.3.
SY. . Sec," 3, T. 12, Ii. 13.!
ana .n. . Sec. 10. T. 12, I?.
KA S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, K. 13J
E A, Lot 10, lilotk 2S.
b I. " 'J.
The above Jc-ocriIcil lurms axo
for bale on Ionj time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Ajinly tu
d9tf KattEiaoutb, Keb.
the I . , JS UJ'W-
WM. HAROLD and SON
desire to state to the public thai
they have :noved their Dry Goods
Notions, Hoots, and Gent's Fur
nishing go ils to their store room
formerly occupied by Jf. It. Cox.
A full line of
will b-3 kepi at theold stand. We
would be , leased to see all our old
customer and many new ones.
' will k. c j a li! ' VVAl line
Blake's Biulding, up Stairs,
Win-"- they ari
PIEf E C!'tM)DS
We also v. :..i to inf
The Fii est Pressed Brick
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, i:: rear of Bonner Stable,
Plattmor ih, Nebraska.
1 n ui r ii 1 1 Man 11 ii" l is
of tFae eld saasal yoea will find
Smith & Black Bros,,
ESi ISIS T13W ralE,
trouble to Unci ;
Bargains in Vanned Goods,
Fresh ProvM-ms of a;S Ki mis, at Trices that will astonish you. Don't lake
ray wot ! lor it, but call and examine for yourself.
South Side of .V "hi Street, at Smith & Black llros.. Old titaml.
m m- a
: i r f
t)"u jls than we wen- funnerl y on-
ci-ivii:ga complete line of all kinds of
i the citizens of I'lattsmoulh that we have made
an inurements for
warrant s iti.sfaction
eceived for any quantity
a satisfactory manner,
o n t em p 1 at i 1 1 g- to bui 1 d
oiiine our work, the
51 g n
a select line of
FOR SALE RV
ST. LOU IS, MO
bale by J. S. Duke.
A. W. .Vi'I.AtruBLIM,
OK ri-ATTSMul Til. NKMCAHKA.
Offers The veiy host f .i-i'iil-s : i tlic j -t i:t jt
tr:ib;wti. ii f l.-j-illi .!
M''k, iuhhIs. (;:
hr-rurilii f lion :lii
Oil ami it:!iT'-s!
Catc-. I r;u 1 1- l :
. Id', el : t hil l I n Ml
!'l Si.ltJ, 1 ii , -It iv l -
' veil .n I rr!!tl -
v 'i, :i villi. .. In ;i: V
nail ot 1 !i- I
.1 Sl:tii- tut
t In- pi i; i i ; .il IhhIi
1 i i i jm.
Collections ruadt. & pmmj ly n rtitttd.
IliKh'it market piiifH pl.l County War
raut5. Stall- ii l Count !:du.1.
John lc. ('UrK.
A. K. Tuu.alln.
I.. ('. I'u-liiuy.
leo. K. I)ivey,
i . V.. Iilll.
A. W. Mi l auuhl'
Bank Cass County
'otmr M;ii;i :'-id Sitli tnvt.
j JOHN r.l.A' K. IT' li-nt. I
I J. M. I'A 1 1 IJtSON', i .iHhli-r. f
Transacts a General BanKlujc Business.
HIGHEST (JASII i'HIOK
Paul J or County and Ci'y War rants.
loi.Li '. i loxx :z lK
and promptly remittiMl tor.
Di it!::"roiN :
John W.ick, J. M. r.itteisou, C. II. l'aricl.
K. K. Cutlim urn, J. MoiTi-stry, A. I:.
Smith. I-rod 'Joimit. 511y
WEE PINO WATER, - NEB.
E. I,. It EE I), President.
II. A. (III'SON", Vice-President.
It. S. WJLKIX OX. Cashier.
A General Mu?. i Busiiij ;. Transacled.
Kewivt-d. and Inti-rct :i!!om I 0:1 Time Certi
Drawn Hvailabl.- i'i any pal : of tin- UnilM
Sti'.tes anil all t!i" .ri .:ital oil i.-s of Enroji.
Ayeiits f-.r the eel- i-rated x
ZT 1 '
1 O f- , s
1 - -r
M l --
2 w'"" O
- a..c ce
"' A CoMon-Seflse Umlj.
iVoinorc Illieuuiatl .ai, Gout or
Iiaeiiate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Gairanteei
Vtoryear ttahlUkcd an-l ncrcr Known tn fail
i)iainulecae.ariiif or chronic. liefer tit nil
prominent hyiciw anil 0ruggiU for the
itandiiui of Salicyiica.
THE ONLY DISSOr.VEB OK TIIK POI.SON
OU8 UKIC ACID WHICH KXIST8 IX THK
1JLOOO OF KHKUMATIU AND GOUTY PA
TIENTS. HALU'YLICA i Knov.-.i as a comiuon
seime remedy. becuuKe it ftrlkr-H directly at Hie
cau ot ICht-uin::ttr-Tii. Gout and uralKla.
while so many so-c.iileJ sperii:c- and supposed
panaceas only trent locally the eflects
Itbasbeeu cciiceded by tii.iueut scientists
that outward aiiplicatioim. such a rubbing
with oil, ointments, liutnie .ls. aud soothing
lotions will not eradicate thee diseases which
are the result of tlie poiiouiug oi the blood
with Uric Acid.
MAI.I'CYIjI t'A work wiMi man'elou n-
lect on this acid juio so reiuovt-s the disorder.
It is now exclusively used bv all celebrated
Physicians of America and i'urope. Jlixhest
Xledical Academy of I'ariH rejmrts 95 per cent
cure iu three days.
that MALICYLICA is a certain cure for
KHKUMATlSil, liOUT anil NEL'KAMwIA.
1 he most intense pains are subdued almost in
' ii we it a trial. Kelief L'um mtcil or motipv
Thousands of testimonials sent on a pi. Men
$1 a Box. 6 Boxe fur ?5.
Sent free by mail on receipt if money.
ASK YOL" II Intl'GOIhT FOU IT.
Butlonot be deluded into t iking iruitaliom
or subptituter. or somethine iicomiii-nd'd sis
"jusl ai c-Md !" Insist on tW irenuine with the '
name of WASHHI KNE & ro., on each box. i
which Is pu.irHUli i'.l fUeinicallv pure uudi-rocr
siitnature. an inuisili.'ii.mb'u ii-.unite to limine
succefn in the tii:i! i::t-Dt. Ti.'.e ui other, r j
jfuii io ue. I
Waabburro ft Co.. 1'ioprietorn.
28" Broadvav. tor. Kcade St.. NEW YOIlK.
SUit & Ktcnroe SU..Chi:
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AVliear - e may be foun.' -.. u ord y.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
213 PLATTSMOVTII. NER.
(Kues -r to :-4trels!it .'i Ziller.)
MAX l i ACT I I! I K -Jk
Fiif heavy mm.
A i rgeiine rr
Sadalss IflM. Collars, f Sips. &c.
aln'..yA In ::".:.
Repairing ' aV' land's u. al'y done on
nort notify .
St; i t. b . ten Fcui ii and 1 i.tJi,
O. V. STKI illT, r-K-. - M t
ii wr.i m
AV JC Mc
You will find . the i
'French landv. Cliaia:1 -i'cn. mih
Fine Win , c Kf niu-:-!cy Whi
several or tiie ! st r.tKi ir.osl j. iu
brands of 1 LU i'TLE l.'JSHR. l'r;s
Beer Always ontlrausbt, ar'J FiHt- Ci
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