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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, WED ES DAY, EVENING, JUNE 27,
J. M aim ins
Mutton and Vea
The Plattsmant!! Heral PnlsM Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any iart of the
lVrWeek $ 15
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rer Year 7 on
WEEKLY, by mail.
One coi.v tlx months ... 01 mi
I Onc'jjy oe year 2 00
ut-Kiairreu ai i.e I'o.-a Oujce. I'lattxinoutli, as
Bctuuu cia-nn mailer.
i Jieru 13 no corner 011 Lira al our
boarding house; the fried potatoes dis
port themselves la that product of I he
hog three times a day as usual.
JTWBJ'A.TriBLAM MIL ATIC c& CCD..
MncciwsorH lu A. . IIATT.
HID ADQIT AXiT.TSHS FOE CHOIOE
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hums, Jtacnii, Salt Meats of all kinds.
The mi'iiiliHrt if t lis hi. 11...... -..,.
- .VJiHMIlU lUULO I U
tral Committee are requei-ted to meet at the
I'axtnn llitel In iiim iiii i.iiii.ih. ti,..
laV. J Ulie 2K. 1MH.I. l IVVKII .'.l.w.Lr' m ...
the liiirpoKeonixiiiK the date and place for
I'lattsmouth is not behind its
bors in the clastic and orchestrul music
these days: Signor Antonio Valicndo
zittii, from Cork, has beta regaling us
with open air concerts and has beeii
hired by us at great expense to visit
Nebraska City and touch them up on
IJOlUllll' U. fOflVf tltioil tn iw.mlm.tu wlU
" CT . v wati(4l.O VailUIUAlCS
! lyr .itiuKe 01 supreme Uourt ana IteKeiit- of the
iiiTcinujr, rtiiu puvu oiner uusinefs as may
t r 1
remont. J une 9. 18 3.
uir .11ml Hums, J.ar.. n, halt Meats ot all kinds. Lard Jiolo"na
III. .a . O J
ai!i ail other articles kept ma hrst-class meat market.
Tii Highest Market Price Paid for
Hides, Wool, Pelts,
Senator Van WrcKisat home on
Ins arub.e lands in Otoe, aud the Her
ald send the grim warrior greetings.
and White Fish Every Thursday
To-mokkow the republican central
committee- of the state meet in Omaha.
Ceo. b .Smith is the members from Cass.
Citizens in the west part of the city
took to their cellars the other night,
but they deeply regretted it the next
day when they learned it was only jtn
orator rehearsing for the Fourth, and
the burieking winds as they supposed,
came from the eagle as he patted with
sented to be carried out with re fer
ence to Virginia, is precisely the thing
which will weaken the republican vote
in New York and Ohio aud the other
Middle States. St. Louis (i lobe-Democrat.
The latest boom Geu. Crook for
president in 18M.
Johx K1TZQKHAI.0. a. W. Mclaughlin
OF I'LATTSMOUTH. NKKKA8KA.
C J SERIES.
T. S U
Fifty thousand dollars voted in
bonds and mveste 1 in city improve
ments, would be the best move this
city could make.
Theui: need be no apprehension yet
of a crop tai'ure; weather like this will
drive awny the blues from the most
despondent corn field in the land.
a wen Known citizen who was very
sanguine during the I'iattsmouth-Mal-
vein base bill contest, that the homo
club had a walk away, stated the other
day that if the home club only had a
man or two that could do a little talk
ing, and not all of them keep so fear
fully quiet, they might possibly win at
Otters the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, llonils. Gold. Government and Loon
SecuritieN iioii';ht and Sola, Deposit receiv
ed and interest allowed on time Certifi
cates, urattH drawn, available in any
part of the United States and all
the principal towns of
Collections made & promptly remitted
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants, Mate aud County Bonds.
onn i- ,VlarK- - V. CiiBhing
linn if lliiuair ., .... .. "
w iLj, r. ji. wnite,
A. W McLauKblln.
wingf to Oic backwsird prin-
General I Merchandise.
luargest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
M. B. Thorne, cx-treasurer of
Adams county, who is over seventy
ye.-irs of age and an invalid, has been
sentenced to one year in the peniten
tiary for embezzlement.
A number of the sportsmen are in-
quiring aicer tne ciut Dauge, and are
wondering if the presic nt hadn't better
bring it out and let "Smithy1 have a
chance at it. Since the Lincoln tourn
ament, that badge is liable to seek some
new resting place outside of Smith and
E. L. REED, President.
A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGHS.
Tiieue are fourteen daily nancrs in
the state. Omaha has three, Lincoln
three, Plattsiiioutli two, Nebraska City
two, Fremont two, Grand Island one,
McCook one. A gain of four since last
Vexnor's predictions and the weath
er have aim st exactly tallied during
the past month, and Venuor stands at
the head.' In the meantime no one
cares euough about Tice's opinions to
"MISCEGENATION" DID IT.
Nobody has described the star
route jury better than Dorsy himself.
He said. '-A iurv made ofDem-
ocrats and Republicans, of colored
men and white men, of Protestants,
of Catholics, and of Atheists, agreed
that the men charged were not guilty.
This ought to show Republicans that
when they agree fitb. Demfacrats they
are almost certain to be wrong:. All i
A General Banting Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed oa Time Certi
Drnwn available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents fur the celebrated
Haute Line of Steamers.
compare them .th thwethr ihUa religions and races mighlK pat on PaTlTr Cti finiTnTT
fl . "J"ry with safety. lt a r4btful SS WUlltJ
have arrived, and I will ( onlinue to sell
J)re.-. (iihmIs. Triiiniiinirs Ktc..
any tliiotie in the
At?o a full line
at prices to defy coin ction.
Groceries & Crockery
Also Choice Brands of Flour.
A rent for the German Fire Insurnce Co., Freeport, 111.; German
Fire Insurance Co., Peoria, 111.; Manhattan Life Insurance Co.,
Western Horse and Cattle Insurance Company,
Fire Insurance Policies Issued in the English and German Languages
Steamship Tickets sold fr. m and to Europe over the
American Packet Co., and the North-German Llovd.
loo.OOO aeiciof land on the Northern Pacific railroad in Dakota.
The Republican State Convention of
Iowa, meets today in Dcs JMoines, and
in many respects it will be one of the
most noted in the political historv of
the State. Heretofore the republicans
ot Iowa have taken advanced and cer
tain grounds on many questions of
public good; several years ago they de
clared, in convention, their desire to
submit the question of prohibition to
the people. Afterward a republican
legislature submitted .the amendment;
afterward that amendment was adopted
by a majority of 30,000 votes. The re
publican party have accepted this ex
pressed will of the people, and while
the democratic party has met and de
nounced it. the republicans of Iowa
have the sand and the sense to stand
with the people in. their fight and they
will succeed. Of . the one hundred
counties in our neighboring state, that
are represented in state, convention,
over two -thirds of them have passed
instructions and resolutions favoring
' a resubmission of the amendment; and
there is no question but that one of justice. Peoria Transcript
i tic yietuuesi uuuvuuuuuj ever ueiu in
that state isin session ilu-re; a conven
tion made up of men who have behind
them a constituency who are in earn
est in the fight, to sustain a irr-iit moral
principle, one of right nd justice, to
every home in the land, and a principle
that any political party may be proud
risk was taken when Democrats were
accepted as competent judires of
Democrat defendants uc( used of
stealing from a Republican a laiinis
tralion. Dorsey and Brad' had uni
ted with the Democratic c -aspirators
and this should have been a sufiici
ent lesson to the Republican jurors.
But the truth probably is that the
jury was not consciously influenced
one way or the other by political mo
tives. The jurors were merry, clay in
the hands of "great jury lawyers"
who put in six months befogging
their intellects aud misleading their
sympathies. This is the frozen truth
about the verdict, and when the Dem
ocrats try to make anything else out
of the case it will prove just that
much the worse for them, Like doz
ens of other trials that have occurred
lately, the "star-route case simply
shows that the average jury and the
"great criminal lawj-er" make up a
combination that is bad for public
CotnerJMain and Sixth Streets.
J JOHN BLACK. President,
1 J. M. PATTKKSON. Cashier, f
Transacts a General IMiug Baste.
HIGHEST CASH xRICE
Paid or County and City War. -ants.
COLLECriOXS II A OK:
WILL SACRIFICE II ,s IMMENSE STOCK" OF
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
IHJy a HDteeouiitof SO IPer (Cent.
irousa tne mvLYMeti. IPrlce
TTliis great losing money sale
will only continue for iB alays.
"We aie determined to make Business if we cannot innk mmw.,
Bring on your family, your children, your neighbors, your
aunts, your uncles, your nephew to. this great sale,
as it will saveyon money. --..
and promptly remitted lor.
Join-Black. J. M. I'att rson. C. II. Tarn el
F. It. Guthmann, J. Alorrisspy, A. I',
mitll. Kied Gordar.
j". x. TTitsriRrj-iEa:,
FUEUITUHE 8 COFFIUS,
and all kinds of good? usually kept in a
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE CITY HOTEL.
Our Reward Is In tne Future.
It is proper to remark j :st now that
the Plattsmouth Hekald is an admir
able paper when the size of its city is
taken into consideration. "We trust it
meets the patronage it deserves. Lin
Judge Hoadley, who was nominated
as the democratic candidate for gover
nor of Ohio, becan his political life as
a republican, by assisting to nominate
Fremont in 1836. lie was a republican
throughout the war; but we believe he
lost his virtue in 1872, and has not made
any f tfort to find it since. St. Louis
No old stock to work off. The latest patterns cf
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS. THE HIGHEST MARKET PIUCE
PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMUOTH.
CASS COUNTY AND BABIES.
A second class statesman in this state
once on a time remarked concerning
this county being noted for babies, and
that fact remains good to this day. In
the apportionment the number of chil
dren in each county in the state, and
the amount of money they draw is giv
en, and Cass as usual, stands in the
front, being outranked by Douglas and
Lancaster counties only. The number
of school children in Cass is 0,874,
and the amount of money apportioned,
is $7,429.12. It is a matter of pride
to Cass, to stand the third county in
the state in this, as well as minor iudua
FIRST CLASS IT lLMTUHR STOItE
Also, a very complete stook of Funeral Goods,
EMBLEMS, &c. '
Our Now and elegant hearse is always in
Remember the place, in UXION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may he found nisrlit or day
HARRIS & UNRUH,
21-13 i-AirstfO UTII. NEB
LAFE CTNEIL. Prop'r.
is a certain element, calling itsf-lf L - .. . . .
publican, which assumes that it will be tS66i MUttOIl FOilC Veal CfllCiBliS. &C
Constantly on band.
Also, all kinds of (jAHE in season, and ev
erything kept in a
FIRST-C LASS MEAT SHOP 1
At lowest poseible rates.
521y PLATTSMOUTH. NEB3
There will be 401 votes in the next
electorial college, 201 being necessary
for a choice. The fifteen states of New
York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Illinois,
Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts.
Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska. New
Hampshire, Vermont, Wisconsin and
Rhode Island furnish precisely the
requisite number. If the republicans
can carry all of these, they can "afford
to let the democrats have the other
twenty-three, including Indiana, New
Jersey, Nevada, Colorado, California,
Oreean and Vircinia. The onlv doubt
ful states in the list of fifteen enumer
ated above are New York and Ohio.
If the republicans should lose
New York and Ohio, they
would have to carry all the
States mentioned in the second list, and
eight more votes besides to win. There
good policy to fiddle arouu d with bar
gains and promises, involving sacrifice
of principle and a weakening of the
party at large in order to stand chances
of securing Virginia, and whatever else
can be got by truckling to Greenback
ism and what not.
If there is any particular lesson taught
by the situation it is that the party shall
devote its chief energies to the capture
ot New York and Ohio. If the demo
crats carry both of those states they will
elect their candidate beyond peradvent
ure. There is no chance of the republi
cans gaining Connecticut, New Jersey,
or Indiana if they lose New Yoik and
Ohio Indeed, it the Republicens lose
either, their chunce to recover them
selves elsewhere is very ' poor. The
gound for the contest is right in the
heart of the thickest population of the
country, and the policy for republicans
to adopt is a clear and straightforward
and unembarrassed adherence to sound
moneo. hone6t financial conduct, and
the conservation of the business and in
dustrial interests. The process which
men of the Chandler and Hattou stripe
recommend if they are rightly repre-
A FIXE LOT OF
MACKEREL, LABRADOItE HERRING, TROUT, WILD WAVE
CODFISH, Aso a choice lot of
X-EMOITS AXTD ORANGES.
We have a Dne etock of
CKQZQE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Fancy rands of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MIS30UEI FLOUE.
I have in etoc a fine line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
&c. All our goods are new and fresb.
Will Exchange lor Country Produce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hanf
oS'ext door to Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb,
lld&52w3m M. B. MURPHY & CO.
AT JOE McVEYVS
You will find the Finest Imported
French Brandy. Ch
Fine Wines, Pure Kentucky Whiskies,
several or ine nest and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER. Urwh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci-
I State A Monroe Sis.. Chicago
Will Pnd preTwfc! to ay aridrm :bdr
l far IMA. XUU cftA. Jiii Ki.v.. ,.?L
I of I MtrvaMnti, Sutu, Cap, beltm.
, Sued. Drum MajarH BUtT. ad
xiMrma, aim raouaw intrurtHHi
-4 II IS
Um W mLLMf
A N D-
At Wholesaleand Retail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
Opposite JFirst National Bank.
J. IF. IBATDIrZISIIS'iriS C
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