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Tiie Platfsmoutti Herald FablisbinjE Co.
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!ih i. . ,v -itirli-r l any ..f llii-
WEEKLY, by mail.
Our ropy i month.
Oneeopy o.e year
IN-gl.strrtMl at tin PoM Office. PluttMiioutli.
iH'i'tiiiil el:ut mailer.
I'l.ATTSMOinil, Al'ltll. 4. l-t:
It was a famous victory.
Lawkknck IIai.i.ett, tlie eminent,
tragedian visits Omalia the List three
nights Ih'n week.
IJy telephone Lincoln sends the
word tliatthe entire Republican ticket
is e'erted there by heavy majorities.
Tiik prating of the "removed"
democratic organ in this city over
emanations from an honest heart, etc.,
would prove very interesting reading
for the g(nxl people of (Jlen woxl.
Mi:. J. K. Morrison lias every rea
son to feel proud over the magnilicent
endorsement xivru him by the voters
of the Third ward; an endorsement
given him in th face of all the fac
tional warfare in city politics this
Tin: people of this city's poke in no
uncertain words at the polls, and no
man ever received ;i more hearty en
dorsement from his friends and neigh
bors than did flt-neral Smith, who lias
been the victim of tha foulest lies and
.slandrrs unprincipled men could in
cnim managed to change the entire a-K-ct
of the conflict by abandoning the
iues growiug out ol the civil war and
bringing forward protection to American
Industry us the liiogc on which the re
mit ought to turn. Under their new
banner the republicans vigorounly as
H iilrd the wavering linen of the dt'ino
ernN in Conner tictit. New Vork, New
J.T-ey. iViintyl vaniM, O!no and Indiana
Uifl Hancock loKt tlir' six liiaiiuiHr.tiir
ilig state.-), w ith the exception of New
Jersey, which he barely saved by a plu
rality l:f 2,000.
These fact- ate worthy of the coiibid-
ration of thohc democrats who are pre
paling platform and selecting candi
datrs for the next presidential election.
New Vork Sun.
A. W. McLaloiii.ik,
ok pla rrsMori n. m-.hkamka.
. . .....
i kstekiay was a tieiti u.ty lur re
publican cities. Omaha elects Cham
pion s. Lhasa republican mayor; Lin
coln elects Moore republican mayor;
riutlsmojth elects Smith republican
mayor, and Fremont Clelland republi
can m iyor. Verily. t!.e republican
.-tar shines in the zenth.
Tub thugs and bruisers have re
elceled Carter Harrison as mayor of
I'hia.). and that city has a f;tir prom
ist of having a record for crime gtcat-
r than any city iu the union for
.mother two j.-.irs. A city given over
to a record such as Chicago has had for
the last ear is certainly to ne com
The celebrated city election is over
and several gentlemen the Herald
i-ou'd put its lingftr on, an? wiser if not
Fiid'ler m?n. There was no feeling be
tween he tw-. parties, except that of
friendly strife; but there v..s a. just
ftt liny, a strong current of just iucig
natio.i running through the en
tire population of the city irrespec
tive of party, against the shameful
action of the parties who made the
libelous attack upon (Jt-n'l Smith,
which is one of the wholesoins IVa
tures of our true manhood; a stse o;
honor which prev tdes the breast of
ninety-nine men in every hundred, to
see that his fellow men are fairly dealt
with and to see that he is vindicated
when uncalled for and libelous attacks
are made upon his good name, and the
peace of a happy family attempted to
le destroyed by falsehood and brutal
blackguardism. Such has been the
li'tle e;;s de-in ri itt-mouth politics
Now tint the election is over and
the smoke cleared away. Mayor Smilh
ami his council have an arduous year's
work iiefoie them which the Herald
hopes to see entered upon with the
quiet determination to do and perform
honestly .iili a view (o the material
advancement oi the whole city of
l'lattsmouth. Let enterpiis ? ur.d pub
lic spirit manifest itself up.nu all oc
casions, this can be done without any
extravagance in our municipal affairs,
and ht every pulse be felt which indi
cates that there is a frienily beat to
wards tins city and her future. Let
only gt;o.l men in u lie in the people
have confidence be appointed to iill the
various city offices which are ::ppoint-
KVKXtSS AND ABILITY.
Tho death ol Postmaster Ceueral
Howe has attracted the attention of
the public to his oflicial career and
has brought to view certain charac
teristics of the man not thought of be
fore. It is conceded that he was not
a man of commanding ability iu the
sense in which many of our public
men have been. Yet he heid import
ant po-i lions iu public . lit o and was
continually iu some prominent pul
lic place. As United States senator
tor eighteen years, and Lu other im
portant position', nearly twenty-live
years of his lite was spe :t in the pub
lic service. And his career, while not
brilliant, was at least very honorable.
He thus illustrates a feature in our
public life that, as the Philadelphia
News says in commenting upon the
subject, is worthy or notice. Kveu
tcmpered, patient, industrious, and
honest mediocrity accomplishes quite
as much as brilliant, erratic, uneven-
tempered genius. And the hold of
the former on public life is more cer
tain ami regular. John Randolph
was keen, brilliant, wittv, .sarcastic:
but he left no permanent imprestdou i
on the legislation of the eoiintrc
While Charles Sumner had more sol
id qualities uud did i eal service, the
full 'measure of what he accomplished
and what he retarded would not, per
haps, make ns good a showiug as that
of Mr. llf?we. A Jew brilliant speech
es inspire applause, and bold meas
ures give an impression, but the
steady, solid work of the evi u tem
pered legislator has more real value
than all such. Hence while no spec
ial item of prominent legislation is
attributed to Mr. Howe, his conserva
tive, steady-going work did do a vast
deal. The quiet impress of such men
goes for more than the lussy vehe,
iiieiicc ot others. It has a more solid
value. (J. U. Nonpareil.
O.lersthe very best facilities for the prompt
trau'actinii of legitimate
Ktocks, Koixls. Gold, (loverninent and Local
HeeurilieH nought anil Sold, Deposit receiv
ed and Interest allowed on Mine Certifi
cate!. Draft drawn, available in any
part of the 1' niled Stat en and all
the prineipal lowim ,f
Colin Hons made it- promptly remitted.
Highest market price p:ii:l for County War
rants, Htateai.d County Itond.
John K. C'lartc.
Oeo. E. Dovev,
HAVE MODVIEUD OT
Blake's Bu ilding, up Stairs,
Where they are daily r ceivinga complete line of all kinds of
1IECE GOODS V SUITINGS,
We also wish to inform the citizens of Plattsmouth that we have made
Dying, Cleaning "D Repairing
On short notice, and warrant satisfaction.
T ZE3I EI
A FINK U.NF. OF
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
UK II1CI: T I Ml OUT ATI ON.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
Hpeeially made for the mall U& at
Pepperberg's Clar Factory
call" AT tiik
The Finest Pressed Brick
117 THE ST-AlTE,
line lor Denver
Mountain.-!, ami all iioints
in Sniitliern and
Eastern Connections at
Bank Cass County
Cotiier Maiii and Sixtli Streets,
iXj-a.ttsivcotjti3: untie :b
t .IflHN lil.ACK. President.
1 .1. M. -PATTHltSOX. Cashier. I
Transacts a General Mm Ensiness.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Paid Jur County and City Warrant.
COM,i:CTlUH M A 1K
aud nroiiijitly remitted for.
John l:la!k, J. M. Patterson, C. 11. 1'armele,
F. IX. Cut limunii, J. Morrissey, A. 15.
omitli. Fred Gorder. 51Iy
WEEPIXG WATER. - NEB.
JHL A W UFACTVRED JBjY
Orders rcccivid for any quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to Imild
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
Three (.rotes Letter.
TititKK (JnoVEs, Apr. 3.
i iic lime oi llic quarterly ni-'ctiuj
to hu held at the brick schoool house
previously auuouuccd in the IIekai.d
has been put off until the 23th and
-Utli ol April, and will be held at the
Union church instead of our school
house. Ilev. Wilson, of Plattsinotilh.
will bo in attendance at the meet
itev. loolbourrow organized a Sab
bath school hist Sunday, to intct
commencing ta two weeks. Mrs. Ke-
becca Crosscr. as superintendent, and
Jennie Yoiiiif, of Hock is ill though
at last accounts was improving-.
Our P. M. is going to give up the
post oriiee es s ton as his resignation
is accepted by the Postm tster Gener
al; having sent it sonvi time ago. As
the ofiicu don't pay vary well linau
ciallv, nobody cares inucli about tak
ing it, aud unless somebody volun
teers to do a large amount of work
for Untie Sain for milling, the Three
(i roves folks will have to depend on
some other ofiice lor their mall.
Oursc'.ool meeutiif held last eveu- j
mg, was the most iuteres'iug meeting
that has been lu;ld since the llood.
There was a large attendance, aud
evi ryoni seemed to be iutercs;ed in
the school matters of the district aud
some very importune business was
transacted that should have been
seen to before this. Our school board
and the patrons decided to buy a new
coal stove, aid bunt coal iutlcad of
wood, llu present one being too good
a cold stove lor a school house, and
having boezi in us' ever since tha dis
trict has been a school district, it is a
hard matter to keep it warm iu mid
summer, and winter, csncciallv when I
the py irons fed a little lazy and won't
E. I,. HEED, President.
J$. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banking Easiness Transacted.
I EPOS ITS
RecelTed. and Interest allowed u Time Certi
Drawn available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
A COMPLETE LINE
ARNESS AND SADD
for all points
East, Horth and South
B. i MERMAN & SOU
J. G. CHAMBERS & SON
Everything liancl-m:ule and warranted. Call in and see us.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO THE LATE FIRE.
Agents for the celebrated
Haiwi Line of Steamers.
This beautiful three story brick structure, on
lower Mai.l street, has just been finished and
fitted up for the accommodation of
EVERY THINS- NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar co""ea,crith t,,e
27bf. FKED GOOS. Propr.
Cass County Iron
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
and all intermediate joints.
P. S. EUSTIS
G. XV. IIoi.niiEiK, den. Pas. Ag't
en 1 hunt. Omaha. Omaha
Will BUY and SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
apposite The Old Duke Building.
Plattsmouth, Feb. 1st, 1883 46tf.
1 NUFA CTUREIIS
No Humbug Here!
I Can Outsell auj One Prica Clotliingr 1
Outfit in 1'lattsmoutli
BST 25 PER CE3SIT.
AI STILL MAKE MONEY.
IRON FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS,
Business Houses are
duplicate all eastern prices, savin"
lor our terms of cafrtiniis
CASS GOTTITT XSIOST
Our facilities. IV i heavy woik in Columns ar. J Castings for
not surpassed in the iSlate. "
MACHINE REPAIitlNC of ail kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully
for all classes of work iu iron.
.Patronize JNebraskn mauulactui in'. We
freight and time.
Parties buildui"; in any part of the Stste should writ
March 11th. 1882.
PLATTS M ( U Tir. N K U.
h.Kly Ht;iiid by the interests of onrcity.
AriMiw. f t'egod advice the llfcu-
ai.! hus heeu ivin the democracy rela
. ? . . . . .
nvtr vt irimi;iij au tionest intelligent is
sn; upo.i vvhicli to jo lH'fre the people
in and ahtnJoii the freo trade foo!-
i-!im?; ve publish the following from
tin-New York Sun, whic'i .-!iii:is for all
itjiii'tcr tt iv!h nre dip s:.- l to !ook nj on
ihe i'.-ttio;iHl fide of ptihijc questions. It
it a little lik'. the advice the trtrt i old
rjcntlciii.in, a nimUtcr, wha detested
la.Tir, vt? tt Lis son when lie said to
!ii:n M son do not enumerate your ju
e.iii.; pulti f lufore the peri j 1 of incu
bation ba fully elapsed."
K.VT- -ok Tirotoiirt Li. DKMncnn.
Iu the middle of Grant' fecond term
liiere was a general revolt against his
udiiiinstrrtti.in.and the d(-iiio-rtti i-Mrridl
iht; nfven t:.ie of M.iclit!setr.-., Con- .' ll" ' hal to r lliroii,
nrcticTii. New York, N -.v .h rsvv, Pcun- i Ihe i i f Ii t beiiij; d irk
flvnin .. Uiiio ani Inrllana Uj ..: are- j Mind, lUav mise I the Mte, and was
!rl' ini ritv of 117,000. In 187U Mr. r , ,,. . , , '
tildn. Ih.r' .bi.i.urritw- rltrulo fr i r"uu 1 l '' a board leuco, a
H-e-ile:it. t-Rrried four of thee states, MHrt Inn- alterwards by the owner
t : ill ,ii- I'ipi.IIi I .1....:.... .r I
.i l... n.o n,.,v.,P .....i i... " ''- muiiii' ciiu nine
.... J I --CriOOl IS iKMIl" l:inrrit TTur. -linmii.
c" o ....... j
Chaifout hm iiig hmllcd the school
funds f r ih last t'iree years so v.eil,
and ivin yod sa'if.iclio:!, is ng-aiu
elected treasurer for another three
years. J'ln; board d. 'tided to haven
.summer school, and we think it won't
boa very hard matter to hire a teach
er, judging Irni lii-; number of appli
cations that h ive b.-en made by the
teminiuc -f'.. although among so
many applicant no one his been
During the school meeting he'd on
Moiidity evening, Mark Wliite's team
concluded to play an April loul trick
on him, and at the .-a me time broke
loose- from Ihe lenee to which thev
were tied, and slartvd east at rail
road speed, aiming for oile I'atter
son's g.ite near -J C n!vs. which
h going litiiie,
:i:id o:io horse
Botli Here and at my Brancii nore,
As I Buy For Cash.
IlememlK-r tho above statement.
C. G. HEROLD.
And Tinners' Stocli
OF ALL KINDS
B LA CKSM1 TH
SE SHOEING & WAGON REPAIRING.
All Kinds of Farm implements Mendel wlti
Neatness and Dispatch.
immriv, Connecticut, NfW York, New
.ler'y uutl Indiana, by making reform
in all departments of the government
the controlling idea of the struggle.
Foiir yeurs later.in the contest between
I (uncock and Garfield, the democrat
Mere SHtiguiu that the four states ultove
named would go for Hancock. . This
would have given him the victory, with
clcccorial vote to spare. But at a criti
cal stage of tbe campaigu the republi.
and others, with tho except ion oil wo
or tiiree panels of tence being broken,
n' serious uauiagc was done, tlie
horses having c-caped without much
inj'iry. liia Sis.
-sbs If ,. V'( S:-
Wholfvalt; aiil )tet;ill I)elrr to
SASH, 1)00 US,
Fourth .street. In rear oflOr Hout.e.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
A Common-Sense Remedy.
So mure Illicuuia11ui, fiout r
Immediate Belief Warranted.
Permanent Core Guaranteed
five w,nr etabtthel and nrvrr knouix ttt tall
in a ttiimlt ca.aeuU. or thrunlc. lUftr Ut all
jrrominent phulelann and tiruogUU tor tht
Htanatng of iiaiicviu-a.
THK ONLY DISSOLVE!! OK TIIH IfUSOX
ttVH VUW, ACID WJIICH KXIMTS IN THK
KI.OOII OF KHEL'MaTIU ANIJ UOUIV 1'A-
HALIVVI.IOA l known m. coiuiuuu.
lenim remedy. hcaui H utriKna dlrtwtlv at ttia
cjiue til lUieuinatixin. Oout Miitl Ni-urslglM,
while nouiMuy ao-eitllttl NMciflcs Hnd auppnnrd
pncaNoily treat locitlly thu effect.
Itliasbeeu concejrd by rinlnent nciri.tiata
that outward anplicutioun. such ua rubblnir
Witt) oIIh. oliitniriits. lluliiKfiita. kiid aoutlilriir
lotions will not pntilleate thece dlitKHHra wlilcu
are the result of the polaooiug nl tti ltlod
HA I.KIYMCA works with raarvcldiia of.
feet on this acid nmt ao remove the dtxordor.
It ia oow exeluslvely urd by all celrlirutud
phyaieiiniM ol America and hurope. HlUet
.Mfdical Academy of l'aria renorts ftS inr rent
curen lu tlnen days.
!n.?J..HAI',,r ''A Is a certain rurn for
KHELMATISM, GOUT and NKIIKAUilA.
i lie most intense paine are nubdoed almoat In
Give It a trial. Itellef guaranted or money
Thousand of te-tlmonlal- Split nn nt kllja.
(la Box. 6 Box e for $3.
Sent free by mail nu receipt of money.
ASK YOU It DkUGGI.1T FOIt IT.
Butriouot be deluded Int tulmir i,nlt .(.....
or .subxtltutCN, or aometliliiK reeommendrd aa
"Jusi as irood '." IriHlst nu tin vmiiiiIho u iih i..
name of WASH BIT UN K & I'O., on each box.
which is Kiiaranterd cheuilcnlly pure under our
-inatuie. an iudind-iiHllile ifimiHito fit IllMlirA
Kiicceca in the treatment. Take um niir ..- '
scud to ua. '
Waanburn At C 1'roi.rletora.
27 Broadway, cor. Bead St.. NEW YOKK.
"B O 3
S a c
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.o i i
i CJ -
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FOR SALE BY
(Muerettaor to Htrei(ht A Sftller.)
HNE 8 HEAVY HARBESS.
A large line of
Saddles Bridles, Collars, Whips, ftc.
always in stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done n
Main Street, between rourth and Fifth,
O. M. STKEIGHT. Bulnee) Manager.
( HAM.SiMMd.vti. -.l-ihamcal Manst'-r. 7tf
- A X D
Uorsc, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that har
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe
Come and see us.
n Filth St. between- Main and Vine Streets,
usjt acros corner from the ytw HEltALi-
OFFICK. . -Oy.
At Wholesale and Retail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
Opposite First National Bank.
!T. IF. B ATDMJElISarJEIE.
nrugon, auygy, Maofiin and Plow r. n vain
yuiring, ana general Jobbing
Tun Most Suctbshki-i. Kemkhv .v.r (
eovjred as It la certain in ita mr-U and dftra
not bliter ; AUo excellent for hum at flr-L.
BEAD 1-KOOK BEU'W. -""-
FItOM COL. Jj. T. FOSTEK
YoucK-towii. Ohio. May loth, iww.
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gvut : 1 had a rry val
J"abi? '-amblctoiiian cilt which I prlzt-d very
lilKbly, be had a large hone upavio io one Joint
aud a umall un on the other, which Oiatja
him very lanie ; 1 had Mm uudcr the eharas of
two vetvnuary aui;roi who failed lo eura
nini. I wan cue day riadilir the ad vrrti-eicotit
o lk.endalls Spaviu Cure lu thn 1 hlcaeo Kx-tir-
I dftt-amiued at outv to try it. aod our
dniKitl-te here acut for It. tlu y ordered thr.I
ooiuet. i toon tnein all and thought I w.uid
Klve It a thorouKh trlal.I nsediit ac jrdinit todU
rectiowa and the fourth day the colt ceaaed to
be lame, and the lump. Lad dlaappeared. I
used but one bottle and the colts limba ar. aa
free from lumpa aud a Mnooth as any bora la
the state He i. eiuircl cured. Iheeurewaa
o remarkable that 1 let two ot my neltchbora
Jjavethe reinaiulujc tw o bottles who are uww
L- T. FOSTEII.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
OX HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's MUla. N. Y.. reb.Vi. g;,.
B. J. Kf-NDAll & Co.. Gents : The tmrtlru.
Jar ease on which I used your Keud.iIP. Nuavtu
vyi. inaiii.ni ankle si.rulu of alkteru
i"' -yPuf- tried iiim., thinjf.. but
' "Pfiiu iure put iqr loot lo tha
i m t anil fm, ... r . "
i cood lathe in my sllop.
PETER RAO EN.
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop,
lie is well known as a
SO. 1 WORKMAN.
I F1Ui?d.'.lu- ?d tor lne r-''t tlli Miioe hurt.
W . 1 s U4LUIM n
of irai?t0'ntf uf "cellaanytfung we ever u,"ed7
. v-.a.a iiuMiiiiirrT. HJt rnmrm
mnd BauxxicA saside
REV. M. I". BKLL.
Pastor of M. E. Church. Pattens Mill. V. Y
-r?5? dd,reM tor Illustrated Circular, whirh
!L- -lves positive proof of Ha vlrtttea. No
remedy has ever met with aucb unqualified
aucceaa, to our knowledce. for beast as we II aa
Price ft, per bottle, or six bottles for fs. am
.V.l,ftl,u 11 or c,n Ret " '' yo, or it
will Ix. irnt tM m a.l,lr ..i i 7
9 ATT8F ACTION' OCABANTKED.
HOLD IIV ALL DQUtitilSTf