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' THE CITIZEN," J
The leading newspaper of Chi-atfo i , :
which retirements I he Irish cause, tane Jomx kjiofkali.
op the bombastic little Sammy Cot j
with his free trade hobby and handles i
1 the little man after the following st)le; I
A. W. Mtl.Al.JUIJ N
WKKKLV, b, ull.
fV K luontb.
uu oiy yoar. .
" ; It is simply another pointer to show !
; our free trade fanatics that as the ret- j
n tentative organs of the democratic
. w. J part j
OK PL1 1 VSMOU I II. NKUKAKKA,
speak out in mealing, mere ia oai tit vrry test ifaiimifs forttic i.roiupt
two sides to tho dead sure thing Mr. j irumaotion of lemmata
.gUtlJ t Hie 1W . riiUUlumitb. tea
cad lina mutter.
PLATTSiiOlTi II. MAY .
TuE ew Voik. u.netubly hua paed
iLe bill prohibilio" Ik" rttutin of
fre psses to uuyuuf, -k.pt railroad
TjieukU considerable speculation
just now ''aniony Ihe Initiate' a9 to
Just what the complexion of the .Su
preme court of the United .States is, on
tho 4UC8tions Which have heretofore
been decided by that court, kh to the
power of the stale govruiuents to reg
ulate) the railway within th ir boun
daries, and grave nppiehi-ysions ure
felt on account of the prcilii tioo" ina-le
Henri Watteriou and antimopollst
Moi ton have been having on the fre
trade issue in the democratic ranks.
The Citizen nays:
TOO FI NNY rOV. AN V UOOU.
Mr. S. S. Cor, representative In con
gress of one of the districts of New
York city, which has a very large pro
portion of mechanics and artisans
among its population, has been airing
his free trade ideas after his usual
fashion, that is to say, the excruciat
ingly funny fashion, and has been tel
ling a Washington reporter that Carter
II. Harrison, of Chicago, is but of lit
tle consequence in democratic politics.
As to the latter ex-Gov. Hendricks, of
Indiana, ought to know better perhaps,
and he said about a week ago that Mr.
Harrison was such a potent factor in
and reiterated, that when the qu-tiou : politics, that it would be ridiculous to
is reached, the "Granger dc.isioiis'' so j try to ignore him". ' Be this as it may-
called, will be over-turned. The re
cent appointments r.pou the Supreme
bench, are said to warrant this pre
diction, and now it is reported that Mr.
Teller, secretary of the interior, it hesi
tating about commencing proceeding
against the Pucillc roads for large
balances due the governments, fur the
reason that he fears the court, as it is
constituted now, ia aguint the Thur
It is sincerely to be hoped that these
predictions and proph-cis arc without
Foreman Ciiane, cf the star route
jury is a seii-jiLle man and made about
tLe only sensible speech that has been
made so far. Mr. Bli.9, one of the stall
fed attorneys who Is getting moi e mney
as fees) out of the government, than he
can ever how the Porvy's took that
did net belong to them; after speaking a
solid week wanted the ourt to adjourn
over Monday ?o that he could get his
tcoad wind and close the heat with a
tine burst cf speed, when this jury'uian
aid; -"the jury Lad 1-een la
.oart oyer five mcnth?; one-evcntielb of
its average hnznaa life time, flu busi
ccskad been drifting along' like a ship
we do tot care to enter into the dis
pute. The other statement of Mr
Cox divested of their Coxian garniture
is to the effect that the democrats are
free traders, except in the mining dis
tricts of Pennsylvania, Alabama, New
Jersey, and in the manufacturing dis
tricts of some of tha eastern state.
Mr, Dana, of the New York Suu,
who ought to know as much about
these things as Mr. Cox affirms that
the Louisiana sugar planters, demo
crats almost to a man, are protection
ists; that in Indiana so strong is the
protectionist idea among the mechan
ics that the state will be lost to the
democrats if they make free trade and
protection the issue. Mr Cox may
even find among his own constituency
many democrats who do not greatly
fancy the free trade idea and a reduc
tion of wages. Mr. Dana who is as
good a democrat as Mr. Cox, and who
understands the people of the Empire
State as well, says there would be no
chanr-e for the democrats to carry New
York on a free trade issue. Mr. Co.x
should remember that this question of
free trade or protection did not prove
a laughing mat.er to hi3 party when
Conkliog carried Indiana and after-
t the trial were spun cat iiiuch further ... it .
hi i x i 1d2 protection the 1
if would le brought to a close by the ,
, ..... , 4l , paign oi 1680.
nrftth tr sickness of 6omt; of tli jury. . .....
t , ,. , .. . .. Re serious until the
Judge S yhc assured Ihe juror that the .
sane of the cam-
elect ion oi lS4
trial va much nearer its close than he
? v r....t '. .It.
.u.rju..uuc. .mr .e i- ""9 PARNELL AND THE IRISH -CAUSE.
case or.ulil h?e l.een tried in one-six-j
It-pnfh r. irf rf tlie (im.- ntrpnilv onriuin. !
a a - i i i . . . j .i
e-a iiuu mucii u..iier resuus suaiaeu nn-a i, . ,i .....i .,..4
Xo matter where the sympathies tf
the individual may be in the present
iue irebUr qui aachcu eiu.er y Britiah gnvernment. the principles as
the htjK-ionta w!im tor Ihe .veru- . Hnuunclated by Mr. rarnell as the plat-
ueni. me wnoie ir.! s.s been pro- ; form upon which tlfr Irbh peope pro.
digiciii nice. j pos6 to stand in ihe conflict are unas-
A St Lo7iepMblicaii reporter ! sailable. In un Interview a few days
Ult-rview- soae on?, who explains the I r. f'arnell said: -The Irish peo
lesigiiation of l' i.irnissioDer fisum as j ph ask for nothing but the application
l..!low: " I wai iuformed tLfit Cen. ! them upon their own soil of the
ti&um. before he resigned, !iad received j prineiple that taxation and represen
aa offer from the Lofillant . the big to- j tation "ought to go togelher. They
nactfo men, to take charge ol tiu ir legal ! beliere that they kiiow best for them
buInes, especially in connect ion with j selves, and naturally feci, and will
blocks, BluU. fiold. Govfirstrifbt atiJ
Sscuiltle IKiUKtit and Solu, lepolnrtetU - .
had lutftreit allowed on tune Certlfl
cktes, li aft h drawn, available In irif
pstl of Iba L'ulteU Uiale ami ull
ttie piluclpal towh ol
CALL AT TTIK
n l HMmnimiiT p. ti
A MM. I I M Of
Collet tiou HHulv & promptly irititUd.
UIxUkM market prices paid for Couuty War
rant. State feLd County Boud.
Jol.n Kllzxerald A
Johu ti. Chirtt. K
Oeo. K. Dovey. F
A. W. M. l.ailillu
K. Toballu. j
tr.rtH Traina for Dt-u6i.
Uai! T.v pi ci Trains fur Oin.tlia. ( liloa
o. KuniasCity. Ml. Louis Hnt h 1 1 r..lnt
East. 1 lirouKli cars via Ivnri.v to liiiliaiih
poll. i:ieant fullntan 1'alm e Cars hd
bay coaitif on all through tiulim, ui..l
UlultiK ear east ef ilNsourl liiver.
Ttirotttli Ticket at tue Lowest itatei are on sale at all the Important etatioin, and
butTa1 will he checked to destination. Any inforiiiatloii lit to ritto. nmtii or timeta
ble will ho cliceif ally furnUtted iifion upriltlon to any aeiit or to
l . Kl'MTlM, Oeneial Ticket Agent. Omaha, eii.
iirctlrii; In I nlon l. .i.t tor all poir.tk
Colorado. I'tah, California. unl the entl
West. 1 he ailvent of t Ills line l-s the tr
veler a New Itoute to the West, with sceir,
ry and advantage uneijualed eUewheie.
Bank Cass County
Cotbcr ilaiu aiid Slab Streets.
ITTS MOUTH' ISI'JS
Ji)HN BLACK. Ire8ldent.
I J. M. VA.TIKK.mS, Cashlor.i
Transacts a Qsncral lnn Easiness.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Paid for County and City War. ants.
hud n..i!iptly reuTitttfd for.
John Black, J. M. Fhtterson, C. H. t'arniele,
F. K. Guthmann, J. Morriiey, A. B.
Smith, Fred Gordtr Slly
WEEPING WATER, - NEB.
Vh lcial; an I llrtail Iiaiei In
H LINOS, &c.f
Fourth Street, ln'rear otOpera House.
lMiATTSMOlITH, - XKIJK ASK A
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
OF llltt:i 1' Ml l Olt l'CI it ;
A Challenge J5c Cigar,
:i lull ni.i.le I-1 Iht ietall tiriJ) otily. at
Pe)jeiborg'rj Cigar Factory.
(wuceeMMor to WtrelichI dk Hitler.)
MtNtt Ad i cut iir
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON. Vice-President.
Tt. S. WfLKlNSOX. Cashier.
A ijiNE LOT OF
MAOKKTiEL, LABRADOKEJIIElirilNCJ, TliuUT, AVTTJ) WAVE
CODFISH, Aioa clioieo lotoi"
We hare a fine stock of
MQIE FAMILY QBQEEIE8,
Fancy l unds t-I
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
I L.17 in (bOC A ilrtit; K1I8 01
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps.
tc. All our goods a-re ner &nd fresh.
Will Eiciianp lor Country Produce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hand
NeTt door to Court House, Plattsrnoutli, Xeb,
Vds M. B, MURPHY & CO.
i Oc&crj hmln Business fmadci
AaCeited. MlJ lutaiiit allowed vB liiUd I'bitl-
Drawn av.'iUuhle ia ui.y part ot the t nired
States and ill the principal cities of Europe.
And Tinner s' Stock
FOR SALE BV
Agent for the cthl!d
Mm Line iof Steamers.
the collection of th resale on tpba-co,
iu which his thorough knowledge of
revenue matters would, of course be
invaluable. Tl.i will require about a
rear, and it will be wortlt at least
$20,000 to Kanm. The report come9
pretty straijfht ami I beheva it though
of course I cinnot vouch for it from a
personal knowledge. I do not believe
that he would have resigned in expecta
tion of any political preferment which
was not immediately iu sight, though
uo doubt he would take the governor
ship If he could get it. The fact. o
what I hare stated as a fast, that he in
truded to remaiu iu Wushiugton and
practice law, leud support to the state
ment that he i3 to he Lori 11 aril's agent,
lie could get plenty of other practice,
both Iroin the -whisky aud tohaceo
trades; to a first cLvh mau, like he U
aueh a practice could not proo other,
wise thau remunerative; it would be
worth, 1 imagine, over $50,000 a year
The telephone exchange between
Plattsrnoutli and Lincoln is a wonderful
thing. The understanding we have of
it. ia that it furnishes an easy, cheap
satisfactory mean of converging be
tween parties at these different points.
We have tried it several time? and in
several respects found it all it advertise?
i!sIf to be ; for instance, we pi?p Into
the central office at Linmloj ask for
Pl&ttcinouth, stand around ten or fifteen
ninnies, get hitched on to Omaaa, pay
forty or fifty cents and go away felieit
tic oarself with the fact that we have
teen holding converse with fmi.di t a
Jist&cce of fifty cUd culei. . e i.ave
but one fault to find with this new evi
dence of civilization, it would be a great
improvement upon the present mrangf
uint It ne cc.old only Lear what the in
dividual at the other end of the ire U
talking about We have tried it several
times ar.d find we can talk splendidly
tut tue trouble is, -we ran neiiier un
dtr&taod what the party we wish to con
verse with Is saying uor make thut party
uaJerat&Ld us,otaerw5sc the telephoiia be
tween Plattmouth and Lincolu i a very
r tfi'tir. cnrl 4TKa TTri4Tn nan riAin.
uecd it to all of Otir people who vIh to
j.?wip with their friends and acquaint
ances in Lincoln. When the Institution
row9 so tht one can understand what
ones friends arc sayinjtr at the other
forever feel an unconquerable feeling
of resistance to the form of govern
ment that makes colonists of them
in their native land. The desire for
self government among the Irish has
never for one instant been quieted,
and among them more than any other
people has been demonstrated to be
absolutely uncoBquerable. For England
to ignore this desire is political folly.
To attempt to govern the Irish .with
out concession to this desire is political
Those who have studied Mr. Par-
nell's positions in parliament will j
readily recognize in this Interview the
position he has always taken in behalf
of his oppressed countrymen. He litis
been at the head of an insignificant
minority iu the British parliament and
commons. He has been powerless to
do other than to demand of the gov
ernment to which he professed alle
giance the rights of the Irish people.
He has not asked for them an inde
pendent government. He has not de
manded for them the right of self
government. He ha3 simply stood up
as the champion of his oppressed fel
low countrymen, and demanded that
the Irish people be allowed a voice in
the government at home. "Taxation
aud representation ought to go to
gether" says Mr, Paxnell, and it is
pretty hard for any American1 to
say that Mr. Parnell is In error in
making this demand. All good peo
ple condemn, as did the great Phila
delphia convention, the misguided men
who resort to the knife and mine in
striking at the oppressor at trie same
time. In this day and age all thinking
men recognize the fact, that it is only
dire oppression that. drives men to
commit such crimes in. their v.in
struggles for deliverance".
ThU beautiful three story trick truture. on
lower Maid street, ha just b6eo ttnUUad aid
lit fed up ior the &ccoamodtli& ut
THA NHTKNT CUHTOHKRS.
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar ,ncou,'e'u"with,h,)
i .A 1 1 !
. VV WsUJ LU
1 -j:Mm!m- TiTfif fin
A largt? lint of
j Saddles Bridles, Collars, Whips. &c.
always In stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly d-n on
Maiu Street, betv eeu Fourth iind Finn,
O. M. STl'.EIGIIT, Hiilnt8 Manager.
! CuA.s.SiUMON.'t. M"-'lia!il&l Manager. .it
Will BUY and SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opposite Thft Old Vnlc Ji it tiding.
Plattsrnoutli. Feb. 1st, 183 ICtf.
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a c o 3
U "3 9
MA N UFA ivr IT U
ST. LOUIS, MO
Sale by J. S. ) i .
nicBaq, auninaion Sc guincy Railread.i
FRED COOS. Propr.
L C, St. J.. ; C B. E. B.
Safest. Best and Host Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent Dining Gare,
Elegant Day Coaches,
PullmaajPalace Steeping Cars.
2 St. Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2. Kansas City Trains Daily
gal... i tkj .'-5v; rrv7flTw tBsTftctrrii&?.i?x O eH
r'-fv S&r& - ! &r
COINC NORTH AMD SOUTH
S-Mid Trains of Elefr&nt Day Coaches and Pull
COINC EAST AND WEST.
Want I)p.y t'oaches. Parlor Cars, with kociin
LiT "P'n V an1 rrom j.ouis, tia Hannibrd. Ouiucv. Keokuk
f7Z, TTkio "T v57,i.-rtxuu" -luau.i uuruijfrion. f.-Jur Kaplfls and Art Li-a to St
oiubb, u-uieotro z uos Moiuea. t'liieaeo, St. Jo
S Tooeka. Uiilv through linf
Lincoln A Denver. Through ears
betwea Indlananolis & Council niiilYj p.
All connections made in Union 1 k
iKBOwn as Uie great TUUO UGH CAR
Paul aud Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with lift-lining
Chairs to and from St. Louis anl Peoria and to
ailil from it. l.ouis and Dttumwa iinlr n
vuaugti ti i-ars oeiween fii. loius and le8
Glomes, lowa, Jjt.com, .Nebraska, and Denver,
It is universally udmitte-J to be tho
Finest Equipped Railroad in the World for all Classes of Travel.
f. J. POTTER, ad Yice-Prea't and OenT Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL. Gen. Pa33. Ag't. Chicago
Plattsrnoutli,--.; - Neb.
GAFF, FLEI3CHMAN & CO.
The best east in use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and V HI DAY
mornings. Trado supplied liy
UJCNXE TT J L C WIS A ,tt.
G- ii. VJRISLEY- & ' Cq'3
BEST IM THE MAKStETl
JUado OXLYot Yosrctablo OIL '
' and luvc Heel fallow. :
i To in-J f. liO'mokf rn(rq to flr tn! Rntn
r. ii .1, :t:j t.cn Ean
WI! HIVE A FINE
Thi.s o.7 r l-t Tnu'ln for a f hort (Imd only
ami should he ta!;ia advaataeo of ut ONCE.
TVo W.J;SANT.tai Soa'p t do ni'oro wash -Jr.i;
Tviih greater tuo ttuui ehyisai lath "
market.' It has 'no EQUAL, Icr ua laltarj
aud cold wutt-r. '
Y0!!? GilGSEa.HAS IT.
tdmAOi'jfra ol Standard Laundr .
uaA ?ciot Ocapa. -
2 Ate ison Trains Daily, .
Im Train? tor
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Sioui-.fJity.
Pullman Sleeping Oars,
Between Kansas City aM St. Paul
WITHOUT .CHANGE! . n m i
Alltiaii. iun cn tide. collecting ior ai: plti .
Tha Very Highest Market Pries paid for Country Produce j :QfO If) fif! SPQ
Xo old stock to r!.ik: oil The latest patterns cf
GLASS JJSVJD CTJJSEISrSW'L.IEl
FLOUR. FEED AND PROVISIONS.
The Pl.ATTSMOUTn HERALD FCBLISIIIXG COMPANY Las
every facility for first-class
Thf LMttmoiaes saloon keepers cum
to time and took out license, as they
ought to have dan at first. Experi
ence baa taught the saloon keepers
that high license is not. objectionable
While no license and no saloons are
infinitely to le preferred, so long a
public opinion sustains the dram shop, :
no iiic in iiitui ui iii(ii iiccuov. Ma lew
saloons as possible, and a strict com
pliance Willi the law, by those we
East, West, North & South.;
Tickett for sul a at ail res ular fkLgj offices, '
InforniiitiOB legardiojr iat. na, ic. cteer- :
fuiiy gueu by hdaiesiiug
J. F. BR.-fAHD,
-4.0.IUWF., llffaH Supr,
Gen'i Pasi Agaut.
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMUOTH.
in Every Department.
A S D
A L.iHOK .if lesfatioii nf newspaper
loeu are expertl from the east. These
jrouthraen will arrive iu Plattsnionth oo
the -3d Init. They cain froro
Iudinnn, lllinnht. PennsylraaiM -and
place, we suspect It trill be much icT. . 1 aT "V'
v 7' , . it - fl-v ,1 journalists au lour board of trade should
It will Let waltinrftftf mile to find tflke Bte o entertain these teutleraan
out. anywar. ... , i
and tho-v? tuern jiroflperoiw PUtttmontb-
SUPERINTENDENT A t Wholesal eand Retail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and sce-me
OppoHite First National IBank.
. ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
Plans and Sjoiflcktion' Kill tc carefully
carried our. and full attention will be gtvu a
10 safetjttiid durability.
LIISSOW OX PAIXT1.CJ
ia 0114 Witr Colon, Cray on and Feacjl
omce over, Salomon A Nataan'n "t-fMe.Iala Sr
1. . t mm. a .."-i r --- ti'rr '
A-XJGTXOlSr SIHiIL,S, :
COMIvIERCrAL . -
Oz:z7" Slock, of Tilcrt :'. JPctpePs
And n.atcrials ia large tnJ-.ccnii.ifcte iu every J.-pai tnient. ' :
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