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PLATTSMOUTII, KEBUASKA, WEDS ESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1883.
JONATHAN 1 1 ATT
Pork. Mutton and Vea
- Meeemiom t A. W. HA XT.
H3SA.3DT7-.Ta?TSI2S FOB CHOICE
Sugar-Curel Hums, Bacon, Suit Meats of all kinds, Lard Bologna,'
and all other articled kept in a first-class meat market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Highest Market Price Paid lor
Fresh Lake Trout
and White Fish
Fall Stock for '83
Can he found the largest and
best stock of
In Cass County, at Bed Rock Prices. Remember the place.
IHI. MIEIH!IL1ID5 Manager.
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Owing to my continued bad
health I have concluded to re
duce stock, I shall sell from now
at prices, way belovr their actual
value, my stock of v .
CROCKERY. GLASS QUEENSWARE,
LAMPS AflD TfiBtE COTLERY.
Parties desiring anj'thing in the above line, should call early, before
the selection is broken.
IP. JT. ELAISlEEr.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full ILine General Merchandise.
Largest Stock and ILowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
Ko old stock to
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS.
PAID FOR - COUNTRY PRODUCE.
DREW BUILDING, PJLATTSMOUTH.
J. W. ATautiiis
Hides Wool, Pelts,
Gents' FnraisMi Goofls
Boots and Shoes,
Tbe Utest pattema cf
THE HIGHEST MARKET
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Kentstered at tue Post Oflce, Plattsmouth, mm
second elaM matter.
A white frost the past two nights on
the low grounds in and about I'latts
mouth does not seem to have touched
vegetation of any kind.
Judge Gasi.in has be n renominated
by the republicans of the Eighth judi
cial district as judge ot the same;
whereupon his friends throw up their
hats and predict a bountiful crop tor
the next judicial term.
General Paul Vandervoobt says
he wan removed without cause; that
no notice or investigation was bad ;
that the rotmaster.Gneral was im
posed upon, and that he (Vandervoort)
will be satisfied with nothiag short of
reinstatement. If General Vaader-
oort was removed without cause, as
those who know him best and know of
his administration believe, his many
friends throughout the State will en
dorse bis stand, "to be satisfied" with
nothing short of reinstatement,
Said ex Governor Luke Blackburn,
of Kentucky in an interview the other
day in New York City: "There exists in
"the south, a disposition to see the
-'north, humbled. Revenge U in every
4,man's l)0-om, etc."
This i the geni'eman who exhibited
his murderous treason during the war,
by. attempting to scatter small pox
throughout the northern cities and the
Union arm 'j during the late wtr. He
is a representative man in Kentucky,
having just vacated the gubernatorial
chair io t. tat state in favor of Proctor
Knott ; however we believe this fiend
does n- t represent the better portion of
society io the south although there is no
doubt but he speaks his own tmo feel
ings in r- ga:d t the. northern people.
Governor SHEBat.N of Iowa, wh
u . u.aMn a spirited ana success u
mpa gn for te-electiou in tl.at Sta e
me with, an accid -ntat tu faicnc
Houst, in Council Bluffs, on Saturday
evcuing last, which it was i t first
feartd would iuterf ro witli his futur
ap,oin m nts. It p a a h- GiYer
uor slipped - und - fell upon the tair-
CU'ting bis . bead badly, just whe be
ws on his ' way to address a p litic 1
u.eeting in that city, much to ti e ci a-
i.nn and disappointment ot ms iepu -
ican friends of Cwm cil Blnfls. Ye -
terday's dispatches, however, state that
hi- 11 juries are..nt so serious, us was
at first suppostff. ind that he will be
abl- to meet the' people, and his oppo
nent. Judge Kinne, at all future meet-
ng4 where he will expound the doe
irines of Iowa republicanism as he un
Ix his peisonal campaign against
Judge Newell for treasurer, the Her
ald wants it distinctly understood that
the "Business Manager" of " this paper.
Iocs not In the least renct the views
or nreferences of the Herald, w. i Ji
recognized in Wm. H Newell a compe
tent, erEcientefificial and an honest man
rhe IIekald has not advocated Mr
Newell's claims for renominatiou be
cause there were several other good
friends of the paper, who we also con
sidered competent, honest men, candi
dates for the same office, and as a re
publican paper, representing the whole
party, we hBve considered it our duty
to carefully refrain from espousing the
personal claims of anyone. This an
nouncement is made in naswer to tbe
repeated enquiries of friends of the dif
ferent candidates for the office of coun
ty. treasurer. After the nominations
a-e made at Wieping Water, the Her
ald proposes to discuss them in a can
did, s'.r-iigtforward manner.
"The autumn c tmpaign tor the dis
turbance of the peace in Ireland" is
the way the Dublin Evening ' News
term 4 an ouen air meeting at which
Michael Davitt, William O'Brien, M
P. and other Irish patriots addressed an
open air meeting of upwards of ten
thousand people on the 2, id cf this
month in the county tf. Lim
erick.: At this - meeting these gen
tletnen counseled moderation among
the Irish people . in ' the treatment pf
their wrong; closing an eloquent ad
dr. sa toth' m etibg," Hicbael Davitt
c unsellHi them "To be still and , reso
lute, calm and self composed and uni
ted ; to avoid be mistakes of the past.'
'in tins address Mr. Davitt said:
"During the quarter ending in the
"month of June no less than two thirds
of the people were evicted in the pro
viaca u Vunsuer."
If eloquent protests on behalf, of a
people found in this condition be dhi
turbioi the peace. We thluk Mr. ' Da
vitt an ".in colleague ought to be
proud ot -ie fact that they are disturl
ers of such a peace.
The English press may represent agi
tation in Ireland as it pleases, the fact
still remain that the Parnell party, are
growing strougcr every boor, and the
reason is, because they hava taken high
ground as agitators of their country's
The delegates to the Republican
County Convention, which meets at
Weeping Water tomorrow, should bear
in mind that very body cannot be
nominated to office, and that there must
uecessarily be 6evcral liitlo booa 8 lai I
away on the top shelf to summer ovt r ;
that several gentlemen who imagine
their mission is to furnish compass, chart
a. id wind for the republican craft in
Cass county, will find their little pet
schemes broken into by the inexorable
wheels of the political car, and will see
their air castles fade into thin air or
wilt down like potato vines in an early
frost; towards all these The IIekald
detdreH to stand as their preacher and
(sp ritual) political adviser, counselling
them to bear their disappointments
with fortitude and courage, and remem
ber that it is always wisdom to only
carry that into a political campaign,
which one ean lay down and pass on in
bis journey without having to return
to brood and mourn over cherished
S hem s, withered and, untimely, cut
down by cruel political frosts. It is
ever thus and ever must be in political
affairs, consequently amid the whirl
and excitement of a campaign like this
one in Cass county it is but prop"Vat
tl e Herald stand aloof from ali
son al contests and administer sounu
advice : nd w holt so JQe consolation to
th ise who are to go up, as well a to
hose who are to go down, amid the
changing fickle fortunes of tomorrow's
conrentiou. It will be the Herald's
duly to be present, as well, in the bouse
of moi'.mii g as at the wedding toast.
THE WAY OUT.
Front Frank Leslies Illustrated Nevt paper,
There is euough telegraph wire
rung through this country to truca
:t the current business between .the
la. ge centres. The experience of the j
-t ten years shows plainly enough j
that no new lines will be built or be
gun except in the hope of selling out
to the Western Union on getting strong
enougu t menace its m monoiy. rn
vate capital is not often embarked in
groat enterprises merely for the pur
pose of accommodating the pubhc: and
though the newly announced project.
tor an Operators' Telegraph Company.
to be organized pro bono publico by
the discharged operators who have
been efficient enough to recover their
foimer places, may seem not to have
just this same old greedy basis, to that
complexion it must come if it progress-
s at ail. A magnificent sort of Maca-
mail is at the bottom of every "compe
ting company," unless, indeed, such as
the Postal Telegraph Company, which
has noVfl methods and equipments
Every year that passes makes it
-eein more probable that the solution
of the problem will be found at last in
tue establishment of a general tele
graphic service in connection with the
Post Office wholly under Federal con
trol. The evils predicted of such an
en:'ro;euieut of "the Uovernment o
oubt, mostly imaginary, and th y
ouid entirely disappear under an hoi.-
.-1 enforcement et tne uivu service
Reform, to which both parties are
b ich a telegraph would, be as supc
ior to the. Western Union as the present
1 ost Office is superior to a post office
ro-inucted as a private enterprise. If
our letter carrying were now. in private
i i i . . . i i . . .
imuue, tetters wuuiu ue carrieu to
cities while the small towns in all parts
cf the land would he left out altogether
and would have to do their correspon
dence as they could. On the jther
hand, it oar telegraph service were per
formed by tha Post Office Department.
wires would be strung to . thousands of
town9 that ar now never re -ched at
all (as the exper'ence of Ft anse &td
Swuzerland si.ows). while the coat t f
sendi g messages would still be rednc
eJ cuiiderably below the present rate.
The average price of messages taken
by tne Western Union - is forty-four
cents, certainly quite too much and it
carries for tbe people of the United
States less than one message apiece
All the property of the Western Un
ion Company is worth about $40,000.
OuO fi st cost, while i's gross earnings
$8,000,000. This annual profit of twen
tysix percent, ou the actual cost of its
plant would enable the Federal Gov
ernment to enlarge tbe system immen
se y while reducing the tariff of trans-
nus-ion saving money to customers
whi e extending the benefits of rapid
correspondence to hundreds of thous
ands who are now beyond its reach.
Let the discussion go on, and the peo
ple may learn that the Government
which i hey have createi. and which
they drive with a quadrennial curb-bit
ean be trusted to do their hauling
without fatally upsetting the cart.
Prime Timothy sesd 81.90 per bn
Johnson Uros. . 2tf
Take none but Bremner'a crackers.
and you will get ths est. lbSlmo
150 deg. Coal Oil only 20 cts. at
Republican Stat Convention.
The Keiiubllotn electors of tbe State ot Ne
braska are hereby called . to neud deleicatee
frum tbe everal couutii-s to neet lu Mate
C'ouveiillon Ht Lincoln. Wednesday. Heuteiuber
Itj, a. U. ima. at S o'clock p. ut.. for be pur
pose of placing lu uoiiur.ailon caudldatea tor
tue following uamea omces. lo-wii ;
One Justice ol tbe Supreme Court.
Two Keue nta of tbe Uuivenity
One Uulveriilty UeKeut to Oil viwanc
Tbe "everal couniie are eutttled torepre-
aeutatlon In tbe Slate CouveoUou, as follows,
ba ed upou tbe vole cast for E. P. ltoKKeu for
Secretary of rtate. kIvidk one delegate U eax-b
one huuered and nfiy O A)) voles, mid one del
egate for tbe fractlen of seveut-flve (75) votes
or over ; also one delegate for each organized
.Cuming ... ,
. . . . 3
Hed Willow. .u.
D i Klchardiiou....
.16 fmllne 9
. .1 Suroy 4
.01 Maunders 9
.,4 Seward tt
. . 2 , Sheeman.... 3
. 6 ! Mlantou
, 11 I oioux
1 haver 6
Holt 5 i York
Howard 3 I
Jetfersou 6 I Total.
It is recommended that no proxies be ad
mitted to the convention, except such as are
held by persoiiH revlduig In the counties from
which the proxies are glve:i.
Oko. W. K. Dousey, Chairman.
S. B. COLSGN. Secretary.
Republican County Convention.
The republican electors of Cans county are
hereby called to send delegates to a republi
can county convention to be held at Weeping
Water on Thursday Sept. 2i at 11 a. m. the ob
ject ol the convention beiiiir to nominate can
didates lor the following oftlces to be nlleu at
the .November state and county election :
One county olerk.
One county treasurer.
One coun ry udge.
one county superiutendent of public instruc
tion. one clerk of the district cou
One county surveyor.
One couuty coroner.
One commissioner to . d district.
Also to elect thirteen delegates to attend the
state convention to be held in Lincoln, Sept. 2j,
and also to elect delegates to the 2nd judicial
district convention in number as may be herein'
alter provided for. The basis of representa-
lon tor aeiegates io mis convention is niieo as
One delegate at large from eacii ward and
precinct and one delegate for every fifteen
vote or major fraction cast for E. F. Koggeu
i'he several wards and precincts are enured
o renr seutation as follows : - -
Flattsmouth city, 1st ward 5 delegates
2na " t
Eight Mile Grove
Total numb' r ol dele-ates
Tbe primaries arc called
urdav. the 15lb day ot beuleiuber.1883. aud in
Lructeu to noiu oncn at least oue-uall uour
Utr the adverUseu hour of opuing :
Fiatt-SiUoutu city isc wnrti, Co judges omce
at 7 P. in.
Second ward, ac 2nd wurd school house at
:30 p in.
Third ward, Sullivan's nfiice at 7 UK) p. ni,
Fourth " couucil chamber at 7 :30. "
Pl-dttsmouth precinct. Taylor ecuool bouse at
Kock Bluffs. Berger school house al 3 p. ru.
Liberty, Foldeu school houe at 3 o. m.
Avoca. Hepner scbtKd bouse, at 2 p. m.
Mt. Fleasaut Gilmore school bouse at 3 p. m.
Eight Mile Grove, Hells school bouse at 7 :'M
Louisville, B G Hoover's office at 7 :30 p. ra.
Center, Grand Prair.e school house at 3 p. ni.
Weeping water, sch ol house at I p. m.
Stove Creek, Stove Creek school house at 3 p.
m. ... ...
Elmwood. Elmwood center seiiooi nouse at
7 :30 p. in. .v. .
Sou til ueiia.iownscuooi uuu-c ai t -w v
Salt Creek, town school house at 7 i30 p. in.
Greenwood, Kamev school bouse at 7.:30 p.
Tipton, ft usual place at 7 -.30 p. iii.
-VntMl that. oroxii?s to conVcjntion must come
rrom same ward or precinct as delegates were
from whom they represent.
By order ot tbe committee.
M. M. Bl'tler.
DEAL Kit IN
FUENITURE 8 COFFINS.
and all kinds of goods usually kept in a
F1KS r CbAMN FUK.tlTCBE STOKE
Also, a very complete stoca of Funeral Goods,
Hetallic&f oadenColns Caskets Rotes
Our Sew and elegant hearse ! always in
Remember the place, in LMOj
BLOCK, on Sixth street. TV,tO
Doors sonth of Cas3 Coun
Whear we may be found night r Jay.
2UU I.VTT IJ7r f. KIB
Atthe down-town s&Ioob.
OPPOSITE THE PERK 1X8 HOUSE.
Keeps a complete ine of
FSTIL 3NT 353 13.
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR,
- ALE AND PORTER,
gRUQ'S; 07 1 AHA JBEER
and tbe best bntoda ot Sentneky
OVlMllM AvklsfOotBO. - FXATTOCOTCB.
The Xewcst, The licbt;
cm- if An- rEPimiB
Carne for Bargain Hunters in- Even" iJepaftinent.
IPriccs that dDtDaors1 WiM " .Uo4,
IIDAHSIE - MODar, Meet.. . .
Critical and economical buyers tldu is aCircat Opportunity and
the Glorious Kesult will more than l'lease Vou. Jtemember every
purchase you make of us this reason felta.ll be . ' ;
Our assortment is iiiTiiien.se, and it is 1
A Hard Crowd "We Cannot Please.
: - ...
'' ()uu Low and One I'rice System is
IE5IO 02!ri3 ' :
for our competitors, but a preat'opport unity lor you. We hav
far the Largest, Newest-and BEST stock of Mens- Youth's' Boys
children's - y'-'- - ,
mJCDaDTT j.KHD S1IKDIES, .
ever shown in Plattsmouth - Visitors
Blake's New Building,
T:..: A. FINE LOT OK ; ; ', '. ' ', .
MAClvERELrLABRADORE HERRING, TROUT, WILD VAV1
: . " ''' -' - CODFISH, Aso a choice lot of "'
LEMONS A23 OrLNGSD.
" ; ' We have a fine stock cf ' '
mmE FArnm f groceries,
' Fancy rands of , ' ' I ' ;
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FIOUR.
I have In stoe a fine line of
Queens ware, Glassware, Lamps,
&c. All our goods are new and freh.
Will Eicliaiige icr Country Produce. Linseel Oil Meal Always on HanJ
Next door to Court Houee, Plattsrnouth, Neb, .
ndAKwsc ' M. B, MURPHY & CO. . .
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Daily Express Trains for OmnLa. Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Louis, acd all points Ea:.
Throuch Cars via Peoria to Ind anapolis. - 0.1
(ant Poitman Palace Carsnd dy ooaehet ot
all thM h trains, and Dining can eat of
eouxl rivmr. . .. .
n ThroftKb Tickets at tbe Lowest Bates are on sate m ad the important stations. ti t
wfU bi checked, t deatlnetlon. Any Infortnatioa as to rates, route or time ta' ., j
cSwutfCy tundra laptm rnvfMUtm '"y ur w t"t IS r; '
Li-' I (i 1 1 -iJ-
Thc.Mobt JUomlcto and
Welcome. t rouble, to hVovr
TtDaliy Ex pre is trains for Denver cocDr-:--'
u tnlon Ueotiorati poiuuiuc'oiorai. Ut ,
alifomla and tbe entire Weet. The t t .
ni- Itn irtves the traveler a Mew Loo
. ""' neuery aud advantages -
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