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PUBLISHED DAILY AM) WKKKI.Y
i mmm HeralflJMnKj t Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any iart of the
WEKKI.Y, by wall.
Ouoeopy lx month ri
One opy one year.
Kegl.itered at the rnt Office. I'Utlruioutli. u
wecoDd el una matter.
PLATrSMOLTTH, MARCH zH. lens.
Iim8 kut one olijcct in
mentioning our city politic, arid that ia,
to procure a respectable and at the ganit
time a thoroughly iit(rjrisin.j city gov
ernment. If the Iekai.i was jyublUIud
with no higher ambition than to see its
party to which it belong, secure t he
control of thia little city government,
where every man who serve it u sari
Jlxing just so much of hid time for the
public good, it would not consider its
miatiiou of &utiicieiit importance to war
rant it iu holding itnclf out hh a news
paper. Our government in this city
coin? home very cloaely to every man's
property ami home and the gentlemen
trusted ly the public with its adininia-
Mar KouLf , Tlieoleffleall.
Another Interesting branch of the
star route trials was opened up yester
day. It wan the theological bide oT
the question. The government routi
ne! had the temerity to attempt to dis
cuss that question ' with I'opo Bob
The question was, whether Mr. Dorsey
understood the nature of an oath?
"Whether he had any conscience? and
If he had, what kind of a conscience
wag it? and would he consider an oath
binding upon him? These prelimin
ary questions having been settled sat
isfactorily, government counsel
wanted to know of the distinguished
witness, what he had in his mind, as
to the effect it would have upon his
future state in the great hereafter,
should he in testifying fail to tell the
whole truth? This branch of the in
quisition opened up to Pope Hob, at
once, that boundless metaphysical
field he delighta so much to explore,
and in regard to which he professes to
know and believe so little; instantly
he was upon his feet' deluging the
eourt, counsel, prisoners, and audience
with a torrent of indignant protests,
against the thumbscrews of the judic
ial inquisition being applied to his cli
ent in that way. Merrick, for the
government, replied, saying the re
ligion of the nineteenth c ntury need
ea no uerence irom i'ope ifou. Jnger-
aoll again launched out with a chapter
or two from the mistakes of Moses
and other great law givers and ex
pounders, when to the surprise of ev
erybody, Judge Wylie failed to adjourn
, .All our wall I'apkk is here and we are
sure we can please ull, the following are
our prices per double roll:
Browns: ."v.". 20 ".
Whites... ...;.T as.
Fiats: ; so
.Satins.... -. 60
(lilts : . . 7 .v. .T.v. . : :r. .'. : . : 95 '
Kuibobstd 1 pr
Centres, corners, ceiling' papers, Ac, in
HbundnncP'.We have n vrry large stock"
and must.8( 11. Wc arc making aspec
ialty of leai ollj mixed. paints, etc., this
searon. ' riS-dwl w Will J. WAitmck. i
Just Received. .
A FINE LINE OK ' ,
MEERSCHAUM AND ERIAR PIPES
OF DIHIXT IMPORTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
Specially mail1 for f1i retail trale only, at'
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory.
Blake's Bmlding, up Stairs,
Where they are da
ceivinga complete line of all kinds of
PIECE GOODS 4. SUITINGS,
, We also wish to inform the citizens of Hattsmouih that we have made
- . arrangements for.
Dying, Clean ingAN" Repairing
On short notice, and warrant satisfaction.
tration must ie held responsible lor its
management mid the administration of I over until the next day to fally digest
city aflW The measures thev adopt, tbe uattfr. l,llt decided as the law
tu, n,H.,.r i:. i.i4.i. ,i. .i .1.- cave the defendant a right to go upon
r the witness stand una a plain unvar
.vJ3 ......r., u,c aj.iw.iuiuieuis nicy ,,:..,! f..M IU, .,,1,1 flip r-nurt in fl.-e
CAJJ, AT THE
make are all arguments either for or
a gainst their rule. The people of this
city are law abiding citizens; they have
to tt! thU muter; they k-iow whether
the present government has been all they
1. A. W1TBEUAN S SOB,
instance, would administer the law as
he found it, and not decide the theo
logical dispute between Tope IJob and
the government counsel and thus has
a great opportunity been frittered
away to have this question of a per
ought to havenU that Plattsmouth sonal Deity judicially passed upon.
deserves. They know whether the police This great government is not pavinir I Vfl'l I 4 mil
ointfd by Mayof Weckbach out o""ense attorney s fees for any '
Whulexaleiaiitl KetailiUaler In
force appointed by Mayor
have been men fit for such positions or
notand whether they want a continuation
of such appointment; the If eisald ia
willing to leave it to the people and only
winti i goo-1, square city govciument
for our enterprising city, and it would
be remind in its duty as an enterprising
journal did it not insist upon this much.
ordinary one horse show, and the
country has a right to expect an enter
tainment commensurate with the
high priced seats.
Tolerance and Practical lteason.
The Protestant ministers of Chicago
held a meeting at Lower Farwell Hall
on Monday to consider the temperance
question. Dr. Little was called to the
chair. Dr. Lorimer offered a series of
resolutions, which set forth the condi
tion of Chicago, and the duty of the
ministers in regard thereto. The pith
of the paper was in the center of it, a,4
Fourth Street, in ear ofOpera House.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
A. W. McLaughlin,
Thk great third party iu American
politic baa an eye to business, which
btf does not :ertnit his honeymoon trip
t interfere with. He appears to be
introducing himself to the southern
people very industriously. At Atlanta
he was met bv Senator Ttrnwn anA Rcsolced, That we most respectfully
other disfimruishedciLiz..- i,A with J b.ut earnestly request our representa-
, .. " lives at Springfield to give immediate
tint ivramin a r i I r1
luo iieeuom i attention to the measure now pending
01 1,13 cuy. ruunc receptions were in before then honorable body which pro
orur. anu me dispatches announce the uuses a lx' lue minimum or wnicn
t.uiL fart tt.t "Xfr n,..-- . shall be $500 a year, to be'Ievied on all
uimmnm.! iv " is.s-...- P!a?es w.,,ere Intoxicasing liquors are
. . iuiu soidt ami that they take prompt action
senator Davis n out of politic they to secure its passage, that this rity and
tne entire commonwealth may secure
at least whatever immunity such a law
Another resolution expressed sur
prise at the legislature for disregard
ing the petitions,- which represented
the best people in all parts of the state
in its favor. Dr. Lorimer said that all
present were in favor of prohibition.
but that in the present emergency -he
was for the next best thing, repression.
So also said Dr. Gurney, Dr. Hatfield.
Dr. Uenson, Rev. Glen Wood, Rev. E
R. Dayis and others. Dr. Hatfield
IB .A. ZLsT IKI
OF PbATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA,
"Uarkis is willinV
Offers the very best facilities for the prompt
traDactlon of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold. Government aud Local
becuntiea nought and Sola, Deposits receiv
ed aud interest allowed on tune Certifi-
, . cateis, lr:ut drawn, available iu any .
iSm . part of the United States and all
me principal towns of
Collections made & promptly remitted.
There are several fishy htories going
the rounds as to Alexander Stephens'
only true love romance, and as we have
noticed three different stories already,
we conclude nobody has the patent on
the romance. There should be a law
that every man who wished his love
affairs (and especially disappointment;
made public after his decease, should
be permitted and required to prepare
them himself. It is confusing to have
j many different.accounts of the only
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State aud County Bonds.
John K. Cl;u-ic.
Geo. . Dovey.
A. E. Tnuzalin,
K: C. Cushlug.
v. Ji. wnite.
TTa rlt,l ...- ....I.- 1..... ,
. .. . uia great, man s aid not propose to be like the sulky
life afloat ail at once,
dov who threw avvav his mece of
. . i
ureau because it was not so large u
piece as he thought he ought to have.
Dr. JfcTittredge said :
There was not a man here who
Unquestionably, there is no truth in
the sensational dispatch that Great Brit
ian, through Minister West, had taken
our government to task for the hot words
spoken by certain prominent Irishmen
in this country, coademaatory of the
treatment Ireland ia receiving from the
paternal government. Such action on
its face, would be absurd and childish, They were taking step by step, as there
and England and the English govern- was opportunity, for the abolition of
-meat is neither childish nor absurd. But
the coolest part of the disnatch ?a Dr Lorimer said
. - i i
me reported reply of Minis- A man deserved- to be hanged, but
ter West when asked if the English, au- becsluse he could not be? hanged some
thoritlM !ia.-l ma.l h.f. .l- 01 lue Kenusoieu liad such sensitive
, " o t mi. consciences that they would not vote
lvuu"J uuul Ul l"e Tioieni utter- to shut him up in the penitentiary,
ance, of friends of Ireland. He is re- Rev. E. R. Davis said : .
ported to have refused to rnnrfm. .tn
C;.U,Mt ,0 . ?rre.podent .aid : -V JTiSnXl'i"',.
t-a.i waie mat. me relations netween the it, and he proposed to take what he
iwo countries were never more cordial could get, what the majority would
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets,
j ; JOHN BLACK. iTesident, 1
. I J. At. FATTEIISOX, Cashier, f
Transacts a GeHeral"BanMn Business.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
The Finest Pressed Brick
: . IIT THE STATE,
, Will UU V and SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower .Main street.
Opposite The Old Duke Building,
riattsiuouth, Feb. 1st, l.sb.i iCtf.
q3J. H3nir3Lis aSJcDnai.
Orders receiy;d for any quantity
anil filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
K O (J
1 rJ rl
A COMPLETE LINE
G. CHAMBERS & SON
Everything hand-made and warranted. Call in and see ns.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO THE LATE FIRE.
(SsecenMor to Htrelsht A Sillier,)
ttti 1 it'XT ninunnn
W 11 W II II Rl 1111
H U 1 W V l-l It K Ii U X.
0 uiiiii 1 linimiiuo
A large line of
Saddles Bridles, Collars, flips. &c.
always iu stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done on
' Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth,
O. M. STKEIGIIT. JSufinew Manager.
Cbas.Simmoms. Mechanical Manager. 7tf
NEW - :
WATMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
IRON FIIONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS,
HARRIS & UNRUH,
DEA I.E KSi IN
FURNITURE 3 COFFINS,
and all kinds of ;;o d.s usually kept in a
WOllId enCi)lir;lf or sphui to nnr-rturira I . . .
this traffic. lt wM ni.nsP,P to -jrtv raulJor County and City Warrants.
vv mjxmj I
thiit A nitn wlio f :lViri li i r ft JiAbiioa I
waM in f .vor nf r,T. kT COLLECHOXS MAIIE
said here was a terrible evil, and they and uromptlj remitted for,
seu ior an mcrertse of tne license.
John UIiu:k. .1. M. l'alteisiin. C. II. l'anne'e
r. K. (luttiiuitnn. J. .Monlssey. A. 11.
.-iiui n. r ivii Uorder. oily
Our fatilitk'9 for heavy work iu Columns and Castinirs for Businoss Ho uses are
not surpassed in the State.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Our Mach inn filiftn is fnllv ciiniiu ml
for 11 classes of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing.
freight .and -time.
i mii, uuiiumj; iu any part 01 me stale siiouid write lor our terms of castings Remember the place, in UNION
r. A C5Ci r-nrrwmv --- lsLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
March 11th, 1882.
We lu plicate nil eastern prices, saying
H KM ; CI-ASS Fl'RMTUJtE HTOICK
Also, a very complete Hock or Funeral Goods.
MetaMW oodenCofilas Caskets.Roks,
Our Xew and elepant hearse is always in
PLATTS M O UT 1 1, N E li.
and a better underatanding never existed.
I not see the slightest reason to ap
prehnd that their relations may be im
paired. Jast no comfort id g. Very.
Da. MiLJ.tK has no right to b plump
ing hisciril serrice conundrums at Seu-
ator Manderssn. "We nerer met a rock
rooteU bourbon yet, who fully understood
tbe beauties of this civil service invention.
Tbe secret was supposed to Lava been
buried with James Bucbannan, and was
only recently discovered by the demo
cratic "dude" from Ohio, who, with the
assistance of Dorraan IJ. Eaton, brought
It to light.
Tbe government engineers in charge
of it. don't yet seem to have learned, the
combination. The expert Thoman
frum Ohio, attempted, tr.e movement he
came In charge of this mchm-. i ge
inshie of it witli the old fashionexl Ohio
night key, but lie failed niunt kiguaUy;
and when an Ohio man fails on the com
bination to an oflice diiensing machine
like ihi, how csu it be expected that
NeSraska's new euntor 'would be able
lo iutk iiis iniiinio every time, anil not
g out tuce Iu a while on a fly? Just
.wait Dr. until our Ajtx gets the hang of
the old concern .
vote for. The meeting was not called
to discuss prohibition. There was a,
legislature with a bill before it, anc
we were to try to help them to decide.
Dr. Noyes said:
WEEPING WATER'. - NR li.
E. L. HEED, President.
. B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
And Tinners' Stock
FOR SALE BY
Doors sonth of Cas3 Coun
."Whear we may be found nijrlit or .lay.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
213 rL AITS MOU1 H, NEB.
B LJl CKSJlfl TH
HOKbE SHOEING & "WAGON KEPAIKING.
AH Kinds of Farm implements Mendel vita
Neatne and DHpafcli.
Tiii Moht HrccriKKM, I(kmkiv rrrr dl
covieil ait it I" ' lain " il rlleeU imd iloi s
not MlHti-r; Al-i cxriOU-iil f..r liimiau llfU.
KKAI 1'IUKIK HKUlW.
TKOM COL. I. T.J-'OSTKIt
YounKlowii. Ohio. May KHIi, inmi.
H. J. Kendall ft Co., Gent !-! hn-l a very val
iiail i tnil'! ini:iu v 1 i -1 I ii l t v-ry
liiKhly, lie had a tarae bmii falu in !. Ji.lnl
ami a Miiall mm on lli nilu-r. wlili h inatlw
lilm.very J.inie ; 1 had lilm lin.ler 1 lie cliare of
two vi'lHiinuiy lUKeii ! lulleil tn enrr
htm. 1 wa on ilay r. a.llnK the imyi rlh'iii.-iit
o Kendall's hpaviu I inn in the ( Jiit iMt ii.x
lre. i detriilnli.iMl at oner l 1 1 y il. ami out
dniKKlxtH lure nent lor It. I hey ordered three
liolll.-M, I took I hem nil and thought 1 would
Kive It a thoioiiKh trial. I iiM-d'lt aeeordlnj,' lodi
reetloi.H and the loni lh day the colt eeaned to
be lame, and the iniiil had db.apieaied. I
imed hut one iMdllt) and the eolti IIihIih are a
free froiii lutupx and at Hinooth us any hcrxe In
the Male. He l eiilirely eured. lheenre - .
o reinaikal.le that 1 let two ot niy neigh hoi''
have the remaining twvlinttles v ho aie.now
U-lllllf it. . .
Very Kenpeetf nlly.
I.. T. KOHTKK.
Kendall's Spavin Curo
N HUMAN I'LKSII.
ratten'MllJH. N. Y.. l eh. 2. luTH.
II. J. Kknimi I. A ( i. . GenH : Tho naith u
lar ea on whli h I used your Kendall' havlii
Cure wun a iiialiKnaiit anklt" Mraln of sUleeli
inonlliM Mlainlint.'. I I' "' It n d im.ny I hiiiK". hilt
In vain. Voin Koavin I Hie ml I he fool to the
ground uain. and loi l lie Uit lime f li.ee hiu.
In a nalniiil niiiloii. For a family hntii I rt
exceli.- nnylhiiiK we ever inn d.
ii kv. M. r. j;i:m..
rastorof M. K. Cliureli, 1'attens Mill. N. Y
Hend addrexMfir Uluatraled Clreuhir, which
we think nives pomIUvm proof id lt vlrtuet. No
remedy ever nirt nltll neh iiiiUiilllled
Nueirexx, to oin knowledge, for hrast an well as
Trlee 1, per t'ottle. or ! lMdtle!i for tft. All
!riiKKil have II or ean Kel It for yon, or It
will he Kent lo any in Id resit on reeelpt f pi lee
hy Hie pioinietorw. UK. li. J K1CMALI. & CO,
Knot.lur FalU. Vt. - S-ly
i ImI n r u s h m i m s l
VBi Naa V M bh eif mum
So more RlieiitiiallNiii, Uttut or
Immediate Relief Warranted. ' '' 1
Permanent Cure' Cwraaizei
Fivr year entalilUhcd atul titper kiioiun Vt tall
ill a KiitfjU ((inr , aruti! irr chronic, Jtijcr til nil
fromme.nt ijliyuiun and tlruyjiAU for the
utandlnu of Sulu:iilici . -
THK ONLY m.SSOi.VF.K OK Tlllt I'OlriOX
Ol'H VUW, ACIO-WlilCIl KXIH1M IX UIK
HLOOO OK JtliKUM A'J'IG AND OOlll V TA
MAIJCYMCA lit known an a eoniMioii-
geiiHo remedy, heeanne il rtrlke diieeliy at iho
c.iuho of ltliMUijiatii-ni, iout and .Neurul ;l.i.
while Hoinaoy Mu-called Hpeeilien and rupnored
panacea only treat locally the efleelo.
iinasneen couceumi uy undneni ttcioniisl.t
that outward applieat loim, inch a piiliing
witli oil. oUitnient. Hutments, attd tiuothinK
lotions will not eradicate thene dilteivey wtii:u
are the result of the poUouiux ol tlio tlod ,
with L'ric Aeid.
HA II: Vld!A work with marvi Iouh ef-
feelon tliiHHcid and o remove ihe- Hwrder.
It is now exelnxlvely used hv all eelehraled
pliysiclaiiK of Aniei lea and J-.nlope. lllyliest
Medieal Academv of I'ariH renoi tH 'iU ier int
cure iu three days.
that HI.h:YMI'A Ik a certain eiiie for
KI1KL MAl Ih.M, GOL'T and N I' I KA lA '.l .
'I he most li'tense ialn are Hiihdneil almost in-
Give it a trial. Kelief gnaranted or money
refunded. ' j
liiousaud.s of t('Ktiiniia! neut on apnlica.-
SI a Iiox. C r.oxen fur
Sent free hy mail on reeelpt of money.
ASK YOU It UuUGGIST FOlt IT.
itutdonot he deluded into takinz imitatloim
or HuhMtiLnteH, or Momethini' reeoinnicnded a
"jHsi hh eood !" I.-inist ou tne genuine w It ll the,
name of WABIIliL'KXli & ( ., on caehrhox,
which is guaranteed chcniicallv inire underour
HiKiiat ure, an IndisderiHihle teqiiisite to tlnuin
siiceem In tiie treatment. Take in other, or
send to u.
Washburne It Co., I'roprletor.
287 liroadwav. cor. Ueade Ht.. NEW YOUK.
FALLING. SI CK X i:S.S,
'eirnantly Cured No liumhii-hv on Month'
iisaL-e of Or. Goulard' Celchrated Infailihie
Kit Powder. Td convince Hiilleiei tliat thee
'owders will do all w claim l r them, we will
end them hy mall, post n.'id.a I'ree 'irial hox.
As Dr. Garland is the only i'Jiysielaa that haw
;ver inane tnin ummm a opeeiai stnly, and as
o our knowledge thousand have lienu per
nanetly eurml hy t!iK ue,f lhee I t.wdeik.we
will eiirti ;iii!ce a permanent euie iu every riat.
or return! yon all money expended. All siiffer
er fthouid Kive tliese i'ouiler au Aarly trial.
and he convinced ot lh"ir curative poner.
Price, for luie iSoxe, f..0, or 4 lloxe for $10.
Sent hy mail to any part of the I'niied Stales,
n anatia, on receipt 01 prices, or nyexpies,
ASH & KOIUilX.S.
3ixi Fulton M., Jijooklyu. N. Y
I) c. 2Sth. 4lily.
ST. LOUIS, MO
Notice to Physicians.
Noliee In lierehv j;iveu that hid will ho le
rcceived at the onie ot the County Clerk unto
noon of the 2d day of April. ih3. for tu med
ical attendance and lurniidi n of mtnlicine
for. county charge and inmate of eouuty
Poor Iioue and .fail for one year. The Cow
missloners reserve the right to reject any or all
bid. By order of County commissioner.
VVilnes" rny hand and oflleial iteal. this 7th
day of March, IW3 J. W. Jmnini;!.
"MS County Cleik.
I . .53
A General Bafliiig .Bnsiness Tmactd.
. i . : .DBPOHIT8
It was not just nor right to say that
license or tax meant endorsement.
ine flames were rasrine. and some of
the brethren were saying to leave it I Received, and Interest allowed an Time Certl-
aione until the agencies could be found
to put out the tire. He believed in
saving as much from the fire as possible.
The resolutions were adopted' al
most unanimously. ' .
! ' ..-'7.-
Sensible Advice to Frait Grower.
The loss of aj,le trees by early freez-.
ing iq Iowa last fall will bring out in
great numbers this tpriog. the peddlers
of "iron clad" brands. Let no farmer or
orchardist bite at the bait. There is ' no
iron clad tree. When the polar wave
comes down out of season the coneo-
qiiencc cannot be avoided. Winter ap
pie trees are late in "sending the sap
down" and maturing their wood., No
atnouot of culture will make a trco that
ripens its fruit late in October cast its
leaves and goiuto wiutcr quarters at ' en
earlier date. Beware of the' tree peddler
from abroad. Lincoln Journa?. .1
Dm wo available In any part of the United
Stales and all the principal cities of Europe-
has just received a Iari?e stock of
Horse, 3iule& Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that haf
f o it feet, froiu a Zebra to a Giraffe.
tOtoe an see us.
n Filth Sr. between Main and Vine str..r
ic corner ironi tne new JiEKAI
3 ' r .
nrf - u m
S 2 "3 es O
Agents for the celebrated
Lllie Of SiBMS. manufactured. In addition to a
general line, I keep the celchrated
SANDWICH BINDERS and CANTON PLOWS.
Four kinds of the est tonirue-
less 'cultivators, with other stand-
ir.i?r.3- -jird goods.
y Don't :fai h to-call and see me.
CED 1R CREEK, NEB:
CITY HOTEL;, I
, Thia beautiful three story jirUk structure, on
lower Maid street, baV just been flubbed am!
fitted up for the accommodation f ' '
1 TRANSIENT? CUSTOMERS .
? if. ii ' ;
REGULAR BOARDERS, .1
EYERT f HIM JEW -AND' CLEAN
A Good Bar to COBnt'f " wWh
J'RED .GOOS, Propr,
Wagon, liugy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
1 mottZV2Ty to do a,! klnds ' repairing
ot lanu and otlier machinery, as tliere
, . Is a yood lathe In my shop. '
The old Reliable Wafon Maker
bas taken charge of the waon ljop.
He U well known aa a
NO. 1 WOUKMAN.
Kmw WisoBi mmd Btnlet auMle
& " tw 1 - i.
Z C O Qj
7 H r
y ' LAFE CtNElL. Prcp'rr '
Beef Mntton Pori: Veal CliicLens. &c,
- ; CHUiiUY on tai2. .
Also, all kinds of 4jiASIK. iu iteasou. and ev
" , ' i rythin? kept In a
At lowet posalble ratea, ; .j
North Side Main St bet. Ath ; : I
521y PIATTSMOUTH, NgPi
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