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IM-ATTSMOUTII, NrEi5KASKA, THURSDAY EVENING, .JULY-12, 188U.
V J 1
J. V. M.irnii
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Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal
Its PialtsiaantiL Beral PulilisbiGo.
liAIl.V, delivered l carrier to :n part of the
I't-r V':ir. .
VvEKKLV ,'ii'y 'mail.
Hm-r :.. r to i
i I. ? A DCX.'' A."E-irX,.T?JIJ XO CHOIC E:
AT WHOIiLALi: AND RETAIL.
-nr. i I Im tit -. V.-.'- rA. Sail Meats of all IvimK L:al
-. i-l . !! ', ; :n !i--! - kf-t in :t lir-d l:i- ni-t mark
:. Ciii..- KlX UtOIltllS
I ):n' v 1 1 y ime year
i lilrrcl ai U:e r,Hi "in-
i- oiiil vUvi" inatHT.
it i nfi
Republican State Convention.
The he..blleari h etoM of th- State of Ne
t,rak: are hereby called to i-end delegates
from tin! ccveral counties to neet iti State
Convention Ht Lincoln. Wednesday. .September
M.A.I. 1V. atSoclock p. hi.. lor the pur
pose oi pl.uing 1 nomination candidate- ..n
the follow inj? n Mined offices. to-vit ;
Ono .lust ice of the Supreme 'ouri.
Two Kegentsol the Lniveixity.
One ITulver-lty Ki'Keiit to till v.uaucj.
ti... ..rt-ii A..imtk.a urn ntiileil torenro.
i iin- run.i' ...... ... .
1 sent at ion in the State Convention, an follows,
. t ....... L. l.iir.r.iti 1 1 . ir
l:l eu upon me tuie wi i .., . '
! SuT taryof siato.KlviJK one i-!pte to each
1 ...... !.,... A.-,. .1 flft v ttnit vott-s. iiml one del-
; f r n iiuiiuii.m - -
Hf-iif-fst Markot Trice Paid for Hides. Wool, Plts, j
areaee, mc "nu.V.
,1 t;T!,;4 L'.rAvir ;PlnivC!.JTr ! Alitelone..
. j ! It
I HE DAYLIGHT STORE!
K 4 . -.k.
fok and Lowest Prices,
yallasid Satisfy Yourself
i 'ass .
t 'Iieyeiiiite. . .
t.'uiain . . . .
Franklin . . .
! 1 i: L .
6 I Keith
5 i Knox . . . .
t; ; l.an-.-a-t'M
..81 J.ini-.iiu . . . .
. . . :i i Lo.jp
. ..i:s I MiitiHon
. . ..'j. I Mei l i'-k
J. ; Mam-.-
. . -5 j VeiiieU-i
. . I I Nai-Uuiis
. ..5 I Otoe
. . .1 j iu:e
.. .3 I l'nelps ,
... .1 1 Tierce
... 4 ; ITatie
. ..4 I Ked Willow
.. ,. it I KichantMin
lti I Saline
1 i Sarpy
t I Sew ard
... '2 Sheeina!i. .
0 j astiintitou.
..7 I Wayne
.5 i York
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POLIN VSTME STATE.
The ce of John "Polin vs the state"'
will bo argue.! toay before tlie HtiprtiTie
court. Mr. Allen nesoti, of the firm
Smith fc Bceson, and How. EJ. Wooley,
of Sullivan & Wooley. will present 2dr.
Plin'a side of the case, while Attorney
General Powers will, with A. C. Wat
son, ex district attorney of this judic
ial district, present the onc on be
half of the state.
There Bref'me very import 'nt ques
tions arising in this case, aa presented
by the recorJ, and the decision of the
court will be looked forward to with
considerable interest by the members
of the profession acquainted with the
questions of law that arise in the case.
A decision may not be rendered until
ativn adjourned UTm tf the cour and
it may bo decided at the present term.
'r 1 c .1... . :...,
present is attracted by the yellow fever ! jl-iyJT "JSl. HI,t.
which aecnis to bo seekino; u way to 1
come up the Mississippi, and ttio cliol-,
era which points unpleasantly wt-t !
want from Kfirypt. flj a reasonnblfl j
vjiiaDce tno tormer may io neui ai
i f n'j InniTt h wKtlu t lirt IntfAt to fir
off to iuatifv unenPinePS. Imt Riiitrv COXTr, OF JPJalJTlJL.
measures are never out of place.
W TTXD: Q2S V TC tT 3? T
AI.F. KINDS OF -
John fc'iTxdr.HAt.t. a. . iici.Aioiiux
MISTED I AINTS, LIME,
nt Pl.ATTSMOl'TJt, NK Bit ASK A,
S 2 V, Z
3 I 1$
7? H V
Uih icb ! I
, m -air
i4 js fi 3 ,
5 Total :;71
if i...lmi.w.iwioli ili'jf Dk mi-i, i.'s ltt;wl-
I nutted to the convention, exceja such as are
lieiU ny JieiPvlln reriuiUK 111 i"e ouiivivs iiwii
wi.ieh the proxies tire given.
Gko. W. li. l.'onsicv, CliKiuuau.
x (iyNT Secrrtaiy. -
i ri'ill! 1 11 tit"-. (i
;:t!V i t I I i l-:!l.-- 'il I !""'
A ! -11 :t IV ! i ! i t!'
r.otttU imci- 1:
lit re'; 1". tl f : Mil 'f: !
Yf -.1 1 it-.-, pc r At ! 1 y .
Jt'DOE IIoADLEY's "key note'
speech, delivered at Hamilton, Ohio,
the other evening, proved to be a sorry
His arraignment of the republican
party was especially unfortunate tor a
man of his past record and affiliations.
Like all young, zealous, political con- j
verts, he seems to forget th9 day? when
he Was a member of that part v. himself ;
his attack upon it on .u-r-oiiiit of the
"whiskey frauds.' tin- " r-t-.r rottto'
scandals," the ' riv -f an 1 harbor appro
priation?," and the tanfV 1-islation,
exhibit his ignorance of the crttrrent
events of the dny, as these questions
aroe, and were disposed of, and also
his utter disregard for the position
the Democratic party occupied to
each of these events in our political
history, both in Congress and out of it.
It is true whi?key frauds existed,
which had their inception under the
true blue Democratic rule of Andy
Johnson; yet they were discovered, ex
: posed, and completely crushed out un-
der Republican rule. Judge Iloadlcy
doubtless remembers Grant's famous or
der, "Let no guilty man escape'
Yet he is a demagogue, and being a
demagogue, he presumes upon the ig
norance of the masses. As to the star
j route frauds, this teacher uf the peo
) pte should remember ihaLJhe smoke of
the conflict ha3 not yet cleared away
i from the atmosphere, caused by this
i republican party pro.rnitiaif the men
j charged with having hid a hand in
; these- frauds, and that ii;e person or
; standing cf no man has '-v.i respected
: by the officers of tlu- L.or rnment in
; their attempts to brii ; ;':. gMiity to
To our democratic friends vh 1 are
hunting for arguments in favor of a
change, we desire to submit a few plain
statistics. They would naturally raise
the cpuestion, Could democracy have
done better? The close of the fiscal
year shows that during the year 1883 3
our public debt was reduced almost
$138,000 000, and that during the month
of June, when the revenues are . nol
specially large, the reduction amounted
to over $18,000,000, the largest in any
one month under the existing system of
taxation. In August, 1863, the bonded
debt of the United States was $3,381,
530, 304, of which $l,281,736,o30 bore
0 per cent; 8;50,000,000 7 per ;cent, and
A-'OO 1 7.1. 7 7 5 ner cent interest, the
leeinan j total interest charge being $1.10,877,697.
onV'""" i debt statement issued June 30th,
jc, reiorieu me uouueu ueui 01 iub
government to be $1,438,220,150, of
which $22,082,600 bears per cent,
$304,204,350 3 per cent, $250,000,000
4i per cent and $073,580,300, 4 per
cent interest. That is, all the rates of
interest are now Irom 2 to 4 per cent
less than they were in 1865. Now the
interest charge on the public , debt is
$01,430,709. i,In other words, the - 4n
terest-bearing debt Das been reduced
1,043,301,144 during the past eighteen
years, and the interest change almost
$10,000,00. Our English free trading
friends-can also see in the Ogures an
excellent lesson. When England can
show a like diminution of her enormous
public debt, it will be time enough for
her eminent statesmen to set them
selves up as models for American fol
lowing. Inter Ocean,
ofim the very best' faeHlttes for the iwmpt
tran-actioti of legit ima-te.
rtto. ivs. Bonds. Hold. Government and I.oc;i
Securities Bou;ht and Sold, Deposits receiv
ed and Interest allowed on time Certltl
eaten, Drafts drawn, available in any
part of the United State and all
the principal town of
Ham A-vt 4-
"PI a aire
j. . , t
ILiowest Mates. Tcrms Cach
Colltctioris mtnle & -promptly n miltoi.
niirhst market prices paid for County War
rants, State ai.d County lUmd.
John Fitzgerald A. K. Totizalin,
John it. ClarK. K. C CiiHtiinK,
(leo. K. Dovev. K. K. White.
A. W McLauKhlin.
La GeneralJaniiM Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Dniwn availa'ule ia any part of tta United
States and Mil the principal cities ol Kurope.
Agents for the celebrated
The Supreme Court of the st:.te have
just rendered an important fie dsion in
the case of "Chiictiajn Schlu: !. vs the
Ti. Ac M. in Neb." This is llu case in
which Mr. Schluutz brought action
against the rrilroad Company for dam
ages to his Cedar Creek mill property,
occasioned by the construction of a
switch through this prone: ty to Y. fl
E. Stout's stone quarry ; in the trial of
the case iu the district court of Cass
county, Mr. Schluntz recovered, at the
hands of a jury, a judgment for $1,509.
The railroad carried the case to the su
preme court, where it was yesterday de
Cided in Mr. Scbluntz's favor; on ae
count of the questions arising: in this
case, and as presented by the record, it
will prove an interesting and leading
case upon the question of the measure
of damage, and competency of evidence
and Droof in this class of cnes. Th
opinion is by Justice Lake.
WEEPING WATER. - NER.T '
LV L. HEED, President. -
B. A. GIBSON, Yice-Pre'sident.
It. S. WILKINSON, Cashier.
. ' ' ''-'-' Cti
MACKEREL. LABKADOKK lIKIlltlX, 1 RoT, WILD' WAVE
SJ COD FISH. A-o tt choice lot of
Vc have a fine .-tocK of
Fancy ramls 'd
Wmi Line of Stoppers.
Bank Cass County
Cot-if-Otaic. and Sixth Streets.
S J(JtIN BLACK. Preshlelit,
l.f. M. PA1TEKSOX. Cashier.)
Transacts a General Bantini Business.
JIIIGIIEST CAST! PUICE
Paid or County and City Wni.-nnts.
and woniptly iM:iitted frr.
IIBEf f'l(iKrs :
.J..U; Clack. .!. M. rati v.vn, C. ll.Pamet
K. 3:. ;iit!Hii.inn. J. .Morrifsey, A. H.
nt -1 it . Fred i-n l-v.
U fNNE80I A.-.KAK8 ASS A&D .MISSOURI FLpUH,.,.
I have iti etoc a fine lin 'f
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps.
i.o. All our goods arc new and freh.
Will EiclianEe lor Country Produce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Ham1
!Next door to Court House, Plattsmoutli, Neli,
ibuawsm M. B, MURPHY & CO.
A X D
it Wholcsrtleaiiti fltctail.
lail for all kinds ol country
produce. Call ami see me.
Opposite First National Bank.
JJ. JF. ISA OJMIEIISTriEBC.
In regard t the 1 i i
.i i ! Ii llb-vi
Also Choice -Br amis of Flour.
bill and tariff queti i
candidate grows utteriy
does not seem to kiii.u -hr.t iho very
thing complaitaed of l. hiai1 -.'f was
lrnnorl-it. ftliont 1V tlcilliW.t t it: VOt'S iti
riprrrSs' lillt this !il " "!
o 3 '
It ia loudly whispered that the post
ofiice department at Washington has
nl.fieJ the Niobrara. Dead word moil
route in the l:at:ds of one of t ht- moat j
accomplished :urenl of th-? department j
who resides at :i d:t:mv fi-m all par- .
ties concerned ;n the unl iiT, .md wh' '
we are assure;; will iihc the matter a I
straightfci wmd. i.npr j-idic d xami
natiOD. Thi. is ti' t. aud f.e IIekald
j hopes the liiye-tiyitu-:: wi.i t..ei-,
' ouiih at; -l ;'.l lite facts bi".'".ti.s to lighi. j
! If the ij.'u !e .re demaii'iir.c thi route.
I j let u- know it; and if it h some tr.et
interest M it be known.
nonsK snoriNC ft w.ytiox iirr.n:iNG
All IMU ol Fan implements Mended
Vr:in?f- nnd I5spatc1i-
; T5ji0 n SjLgJD u loll I
It is not unlikely that a "fjui" wiil
a political campaign win ne mti in yesterday between our hom setrtt. r !
time, and the political thi.Mdle tigscre I Imd the Otoe cottiity shoulder hitf i . :
. x ,..-.-r... . ; ,-r- ! ,q iimnire in t!'.e 'nil'.!" we Cltinot ai- I
... WlflM 'I'L LU llliU JilbULf'HI J J".-, "
AKent for the GorpmnFim In.nrnco Co 1 j 2,cry and nuereprcseotan,,, wHl - i
Fire Insurance t.o., lvorm. in.; Jiiiimauaa i-uu '"" p0s?d before the people.
New York. i .
Horse, 3Iulc& OxShoplns,
n short, we'll shoe anythins that Iik?
four feet, from a Zebra t a Cituffe.
Com1 ar.d see v.r..
.xss-jn w si-iop
r Si vrWeen Main aa J Vine Street
a ,'t :isru e corner riu th HEV UEKAb
Wcstm-n Horse and Cattle insurance Company, j
Fire Insurance Policies Issued in the En-lt?li and German Languages
Steamship Tickets sold frc in and to Europe over the Hamburg
American Packet Co., and the North-German Lloyd. Agents lor
100,000 acres of land on the Northern Pacific railroad in Dakota.
The Herald must again call atten
tion to the Plattsmoutli cemetery. It
is the duty of the authorities to see
that this plat ff ground is placed in
charge of some one competent to care
for it. The blue gras is becoming
dead ripe and ougrht, by all means, to
j be clipped, and sumac bushes are grow
ing up again ; altogether, u is a toriorn,
i . 1 1 1.: 1 M.n4 .r.d.a
j UegieCieU lOUIHUir pitlte, mm irm.v
a fight.- Omaha Herald
We knew the Omaha Herald would
prove an incompetent umpire, anything
is not fair,, and our friend who per
sists in fooling around inside of this
ring must be removed for cause.
no credit upon our community,
be attended to at once..
XV. old stock to v .': oir. The. latest patterns .f
GLASS Ji-ISTJD IE
n.nrp vn provisions, the highest market price
riAji-i PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCT-
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMOUTH.
TrtEiiE are several enterprising daily
j journals in Nebraska that net their tel
egrams by express. Omaha Repubh-
j The reason of this t-, m ae; ount of
j the monopoly the Republican, and one
or two other papers in this state have
upon the news of the daj If they
would cancel their chattel mortgage ba
the lightning-, things womM lr dirTer-ent.
Dennis Kearney has no notion of
pooling issues with farmers. His "phi
losophy" extends to the wage class
only. Following the logic of his po
sition, that the laboring man is inter- ;
ested simply in his daily pay, he strides j
handa with the monopolists. When he
reaches New York he may not find
Gould or Vandeabilt at home, but he
crtainlv ought to travel as a dea'd
head. The genuine anti-monopolists
are to be congratulated upon their de
liverance from an incumbrance. Inte-Ocean.
cr. i. tthstirttih:,
FURNITURE i COFFIUS,
and all kinds of goods usnally kept in a
Daily Express Trains for Omwlia. Chicago,
Kaneas City, St. Ix)uis. and all points East.
Throutih Cars via Peoria to Jndiaiiapolio. Ele
gant Pullman Palace Cars and duy coaches on
all thrcuch trains, and Dining cars east of Mis
D:iiiy Expree". trains for Denver connecting
in Union Depot for all points in Colorado. Ltali,
California and the entire Went. The advent of
this line pives the traveler a New Koute to the
West, with scenery and advantages unciualed
Throneu Tiehets at the Lowest Katea are on iale at all lhe Important idatlon. and ba?ga(?rt
will be cheeked to destinetion. Any information as to rates, routes or time tables vu i'
cheerfully Irished upon application oeneral Ticket Agent. OmaUa. Neb.
FIRST CLASS rUK-liITUUE STOKE
Also, a very complete etoefcof Funeral Oooist
Our New and elegant hearse is always in
r"-B U R LIN GTON ROUTE"" 1
! (Chicago, Buritnston & Qu Ircy : 'road.) J
L -- '.--L-j v . :.: -c-i i J. -ti':r- lrr. - v .it . ' .-: - J
(if i s a Qnxti T: -.41 , -y-r
lellow jacK nas reacneaoaiveeiou, TTvrrvr
and although the health authorities I Remember the place, .in JJJslO-N
nave taicen active uicasurea wmuic;i jji.uvtt, uu uiah."- -
lhe city against the plague, there is a ; . Doors sonth of Case Conn
danger of contagion that cannot be ty Rank. .
orePestiraated. With cholera advauc- Whear wemaybefouudntebtordai.
ing from one direction and yellow fe-! I I IJlMKUril
ver from anotHer. it is a good time to O . l w A1 "
enforce sanitarv laws.- -Inter-Ocean, j aiv.t . . t.vTrsMorjrrt. neb
GOING EAST AND WEST. -
vinM Tiair rrarh. Parlor Cars, with Hkrfhv
mjjClairs (seats free), Smokine Car, with
volvinp Chairs, fuliman raiace oiwpiw; y . ;
from Chieapo & Kansas City. Chicago & Cwinpd
BiufTs, Chicifro & Ben Moine. Chicago. IMt
Wph, AtchSon & Topeka. Only through nt
Lwen Chicaco. LincoLo & Denrer. Throuish CATS
,iwaLwiru,uuui runWa iri Peoria..
IA31 conaections inade in Cnion PepotJ. .
kcown tae great umwi-'uin.jw
GOING NOaTH AMD SOU TH t
Bolid Trains of EHraat Iay Corteges tnj ToU j
man inuace aierpui? un "c
from fcl. Louia, i Itannibal. V y-- j -
Patd and Winneapoli: Parlor Cars L -nirr
Chairs to and frombt. Louia .nd nroTiH ui.d
and from 6t. Lotus ana wmn;- om -
f mm between St. Eovnr an 1 . tf
Moined, Iowa, Lincoln, NebraAa. auid bi"r '(
Colorado.. - . . .
It is universal' aanuiiea to 1.0
ulunuMiwex , .
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