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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1883)
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2s, 1883.
Hand i io Your Neighbors,
We have just opened n innnciiHc stock of
CLOTHING, BOOTS k SHOES,
ruuijsiiKi daily sn weekly
h V -
Tbe Plattsraontlk Herald PnMisliinz Co.
IAl!.y, Urlivi-red by currier 10 any iart of tlie
Per Week a
I'er Mou ih
I'er Year 7
WEEKLY, by mall.
Jue cnpy nix luoijtliS fit.
' Hie rvpy , year 2 011
.-Ki.Ni-ie.i ai i .e rost Office. I'latlxinoutu, tw
Ill fact, t-ucli
itn assortment as Into never before
Plattsniouth. In our
BOYS' Hi CHILDREN'S
Departments we show a full and coinylete assortment of the newest
designs. You ean suit yourself in regard to prices and
quality with the greatest ease.
Tiik struggle made by the frieuds
of Mr. I lamer, from Krarocj', fcr Su
prern JutJir, uikUt the Uiul of Hon.
Junies Luird and Sam SavMge, was a
gallant and manly one, and ut one time
huj witliin some twenty votes ol
placing the coveted prize within the
grasp of the geiitlenian from Buffalo
That, as we buy in large quantities direct from
together with live other branch stores, we are enabled te sell
than our com ti tors. Call on us and satisfy yourselves that we
do as we advertise.
OPERA HOUSE CLOTHIERS.
Ciiiek Ju.iTiCK JKKund hU friends
uetd have no regret on account ol the
manner iu which his name was brought
letr the fetate Convention, as his own
successor. When his name was used
by l'awuee county the vote he received
from solid dehgations Iroui all quarters
or the btate, chauring I rum other can
didates, evidenced the high ebteem iu
which he was held by the nominating
conventiou. Had Judge Lake been
candidate for Supreme Judge there is
no question but that lie would have re
ceived the nomination without opposition.
We have secured the SOLE AGENCY
J. W. AIaktiiis
Ben jamin F. Butler, of Masxachu
etts, is now the regular democratic
nominee of that party lor governor
and the campaign in that state promises
to be a tierce and vigorous one. The
republicans are thoroughly aroused and
mean to dispose of Benjamin if it can
Tne tierce and despera e character ot
tiiis campaign in the old Day s ate will
uttract much more than the usual ua-aiional-r-atteution
and should Gcueral
Butler succc-ed, in ajfain carrying Mas
8achu,etts, it must be admitted that he
will at once, and of good right, become
a very prominent and formidable deui'
cratic candidate for president. There
is no logical way of avoiding this prop
Beef. Pork, Mutton and Veaf
Knrcr.siori to A. i. II,TT.
HEA-XDCStT-A-ieTTSIS FOB CHOICE
Suar-Cured Hams, Uacon, Salt Meals of all kind, Lard Bologna,
and all other articles kept in a lirst-class meat market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Highest Mai ket Price I'aid tor Hides Wool, Pelts,
Fresh Lake Trout
and White Fish
TUT n A VI iPUT OTA
nr um 1 Linn 1 o ui
Full Line General Merchandise.
Lareest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBACHS.
No old stock to work off. The latest patterns cf
FI.OUK AD PROVISIONS.
DREW BUil-DLNG, Pl-ATTSMOUTH.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
PAID FOR tOUMKi rttuuLW-
It is now fit aud pr .per that another
ad.iress. be isu.d by the triugei istie il
managers of the aM,y-incinopo3y paity.
Tlie 1 auk aud file of that party wid
need more than the "Mother McCarty"
apology, issued a few days since on be-
halt of Judge Savage, to convince them
hat Judge Savage is a safer man fo
their interests than the Hon. M. li.
Reese. Let us have another encyclical
and therein let Geo. L,. Miller and To
hias Castor and J. Sterling Morton and
David Butler, and two or three railroad1
superintendents we could name, assure
the much abused anti-nmnops that
Judge Savage is. just the man tuey are
looking for to protect them from the
encroachments of corporate power; let
us have a stirring address on behalf of
tlie people, and let it come from these
distinguished friends of the anti-mo
nnt home he removed t that county
bcttliug at the town of Wuhoo where he
has fince ret-idi-d.
Since coming to Nebraska Mr. Reese
has built up for himself a large and Ta
ried pruclice. For tlx jean Im liax
been the District A'lomt-y .!' Judge
Post's distiict. and iho i...ujiut iu
which he di-chtrged his duty during
those six years was evidenced during
the IhIc tonveutiou by the unanimous
aud solid support be received from
every county in his old distiiet. It
u lis a couipiimei t any man may well
he pi olid of and an cudoi s iat nt of
his blaudiug, hott: as a man, aud law
yer, which will not be IvotsfglitoJ by
the public during the present cam
paign. It is due Mr. Reese to say that
so caret ul aud able was his uiaiiaire-
nient ol the judicial i. Hairs of his dn
trict; mat ot the numerous criminal
cades carried to the supreme coutt
during the six years he was its Proe
cutiug Attorney but one case was re
versed by the Snpr"nie Court. Anion
IU9 ruauy triends aud admirers who
have been brought iu contact with him
in tne active practice of his protessiou
none fcpeak more highly ot his learn
ing and ability than the Hon. (Jeoige
Post, p.esiuing judge ol the district
during Mr. Rette'a term as District At
J ne republican party is unquestion
ably to be congratulated upon ilu
lis nominee is au able lawyer, an iu
lluciitnd citizen, and a man ol spotless
character. He is a self made man, de
voted to his profession, and we believe
will make a fair aud impartial Judge
m-rougniy conversant with the great
question which are tjday exciting the
attention and uppttheusion of the pub
lic, the IiEKALi lully t elieve. while
Ji.dire Reese will acciuit idinsyH miim
tlie bench, (111 their trcaiiiten;) in a
coiiscie.dious and imparl ial manner, he
will never lose ight of the fact thai
our courts ought to be the very "ark of
the covenant' of the people's safetv in
their individual contests witn nionie I
aud corporate power.
The HbKALD is now willing and
anxious to compare records and candi
dates with the great democratic party.
which is seeking to inaugurate the pol
icy of selectingour judges through on
partisan influences; and cordiaily .in
vites all irood democrats who desire to
see tne best niau upon the Sunreme
bench, to come over in a non-partisan
spirit and vote for our caudidate, the
lloa. M. H. Reese, of Saunders couut.
it I.JI ( ' li M.U I Til
MOnMK SHOEING & WAtiON KEI'AIRINt
All Kinds cf Farm lmDlements Mended will
Neatnas and DitpatcU.
Horso, Mule& Ox Shoeing
11 short, we'll shoe anything that bar
four feet, from a Zebra t a fJirarTe.
Comp nr:d see us.
IX .... ; :'!!.,;.
n Fit Hi St betweon Main and Vlu Street
jHt aoris conifr fntni tlia srw IlKICAl.
The republican state convention
which was held in the city of Lincoln
ou the 26ih inst.. was a most harmoni
ous gathering; representative men of
the party were present from all portions
f the state, aud the utmost, harmonj
prevailed. There was a complete ab
sence of the bitter strife ol former days
among the socalled factions of the par
ty, and the tiuth was very evident that
factiouisni was dead and buried iu Ne
braska, .50 far as the republican party
is concerned. The business of the con
vention was tian-acied promptly and
faiily; every one in atundance felt
tliat the old party was iu good health
and spirits, with the oldtime majority
in its hands ready to b recorded in No
vcmber next. Iu the nomination of a
judge of th Supreme Court a hot con
test was had between tLe candidates
sirivinff for that position ; yet it was a
pei feci ly friendly and rcauly contest,
auu when the nomination wa3 made,
the defeated candidates accepts i the
result with the utmost god grace. The
nominee of the convention, the Hon.
M. li. Reese, of Saunders, is well and
favorably known to" the people of Cass
county, as wtii as to a gnat majority
of the people of the state. Judge Reese
was born in Macoupin county, in the
state of Illinois, some forty-three years
atro; his fatl er being a farmer, Mr.
Reese grew up to the years of man
hood upon a farm ; in bis early boyhood
his parents removed to tbo state of
Iowa, where they now reside. Having
received a liberal education, VI r. Reese
chose the law. as bis profession, and
commenced the practice at Osceola,
Iowa, In 1S73 be removed from that
point, settliug first at Platisinouth, Ne
braska, where he engaged iu the prac
tice for some two years; heu - having
ewIecteU Sswiad cuuuty a? tie perfu
JUDGE MORRIS ON JUSTICE.
epakingof ihrjuuiuial depart m-ui
ot government we cannot retrain from
caiiiLg especial a' trutlou to and em
phasizing the .-eutiments exi retted b
Judge Morris in his remarks at his
Nomination. These are the words:
There has been lor years pust a grow-
iug tendency ou the part of the couits
to lean towards technicalities rather
ttian toward pubstanrial ini". My
end avor hasbeu i nd be 1 u-etei ,
i. see to it during tnu tune 1 auait oc
cupy the position of juage that justice
hliall be admimstertd, so iar as it is in
my power to make it, quickly, cheaply
and tairly bet ween man and nisin 5o
that the commonest man in the court
room may understand that justice
means rijht as between two parties
who are arbitrating before the bar of
their country, lhat is what I believe
a court ot justice is intended for. That
i? wRSf I bedeve a court of justice
(should be. This is just what the peo-
flilp irout unrl iiliir rt' r u h tlmca nln ma
tiave been urging for years. Justice
and not forensic display will elevate
the court to its proper dignified and
exalted place in this grand self regula
ting and adjusting government. This
sentiment is well nigh universal aud
will no doub; correct the extreme lean
ing toward machine justice that has
prevailed in toifmany courts. Hastings
Daily Gazette Journal.
One Thousand Bottles of Marh'i
den Blood Ac Liver Tonic to
be til Tea Away.
Everybody i 4 Plattsmouih, who is
suffering flow icrof ular, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jaundice, Biliousness, Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, (Joativeuess, Hi-adacbe,
Loss of Appetite, Backache, Female
Weakness, Nei vous derangement, Gen
eral Debilit), or any Blood, L.ivcr, Kid
ney, Stomach or Bowel uisorder cau
obtain a trial botilo of Marshe's Golden
Blood & Liver fouic, tree of charge, by
calling a: Smith At IJl.cs Bros' drug
store, Plattsmouth. P.-iwiis wlio have
tried this valuable medicine can pro
cure the lanre. battles a60 cents ai:d $1
It purities the Blood, invigorates the
Liver. Moinacli and Bowels, regulates
the Kidueys. and strengthens ' the sys
tem. For all diseases of the Throat and
Lungs, u-e Marshe's Golden Balaam.
the great cougii remedy, sample bottle
Notice is hereby given that George
W. Sexton will -apply to the Board of
County CoinmissiocerBof Cass County,
Nei-raska -at its stated meeting in Qc
'bcr 1SS3 for a license to sell TSalt
Spirit u and Vinous liquors in Avoca
Gas? county, eDrasta, one year trota
dat.p ot at v anc.
'Grac? i Thiorolf have a last receiv
ed their cigars, among which is the
elebrated - It. G. . IngersolC J cigars
Now Boy, is your time to get a go '
L x at n
O 3 J
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Z as o
rv 0 0. K
f . - -
w Fffli Lh
I C St J..
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Cars.
Elea-1 Day Coaches
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
9. TToncoc HitTr TMinc; Tin'. It
9.Atc ison Trains Daily,
'two Trains for
St Paul. Minneapolis, Sioux Cit
A 1 1 i l j i ri la aorttiweit. wita
Pullman Sleeping Gars,
Between Kansas City and St. Paul
WI T HQ UT CHANGE
All trains run on tinie.connectiiiK for all ioInt,
East W est, North & South
lickets lor sale iit all regular ticket oflleeB,
ntor.iitttiou reardiu rates, ti.ue, &.C. chee.r
luliy given adaresHing
J, F. Barnard,
A C. Dawp.t,, Ueu'l Supt..
Gen'l Pass. A?sut.
SAFL, CHAiRP ,
B.TC., ETC., KTC
Of All Descriptions,
METALLIC BURIAL CASEw
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash
With uiauy thanks for past patroce'- I
invite all to call ami examine my
UAJUiE STOCK OF
3ltf. Pk.aWT' tK AM mKixn
M. O'CONNOR. .
At .the down-tow n saloon.
OPPOSITE THE PERK IN-HOUSE.
Keeps a complete ine of . .
m7Um X 3NT 'JSJ S
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR,
ALE AND PORTER, ;
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
aad tae best broads cf Keatueiy
81 - wnlsitler . vii
Oppivil Frlrif Hmiw -- '- tt ATTavnrnw.
ON REAL L8TATK.
The Jsewcst, 'ilu llvht, Tho fortt ('oiiMilete ami
MIX JFAM TTEESS d'lffJEAJPJESIT.
Our Big Wew Stock
Came fur Iargain Iluiiteirt in Kvery Department.
IPrlccs that dPt hcr.H Will Mot,
IDABCIE IS11TP9 Meet.
Critical and economical Inijerrf tiiis in a (neat Ojtj.ort unity aud
tbo GlorioiiB liesult will more than I'loase Vou. ICemcmbcr every
purcliatc you liiakeol'us this i-ea&oii bliall he
Our usbortmeiit i'h immense, and it ia
A Hard Crowd We Cannot Please.
Ouii Low and One Price System is t
for our competitors, but a great opportunity lor von. We have bv
far the Largest, Newest and JJEfcT tock of Mein' Youths' lov and
ever shown in J'lattKinouth
Viaitoru Welcome. So trouble to ehov?
Blake's Xew Building. Oppofiitc City Hotel.
A FINE LOT OF :
MACKEREL, LABRADORE HERRING, TROUT, WILD WAVL
CODFISH, Abo a choice Jot of
LEMOXTS XTD CHAISES.
We have a Cn tck cf
QROWB FAMILY GROCERIES,
Fancy racd cf .
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MIS30UKI FIOUE.
I liave in no a tine line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps
' &.C. All our guude are ne d freh.
Will Exchange or Country Prodnce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Han?
- Next door to Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb,
mA32w3m M. B. MURPHY & CO.
DaUy Erpre Traim for Omha. Cbicavr"
na City. Kt. Ini. and all points F-ut
ThnMivh Curm via Peoria to Ind anftDOiin,
gant FuDman Palaca Cam and dy coarh
ionn mas, ana isuamn vwk w
S3"liy Fxpri tra.in for rvnvr niinrtle
i filon IirfU for all point in Colorado. Vt ,
a'lf'irnla and thpemtr Wet. The nvnt i I
h lin- give th traveler a New Koui tu tl
' n-r and adautae uatniualci
Anv Dartv dfirinic to lon money on Farm
nrnnprtv can be MCeo-iimudaled nt a low rut. '
lrf.mr11i? 1 T,ef?' iimndfti.5?-t t Through TlcfceU at the Lowest Rate m n ale at all Ilie lmp..rtant tatton-. and W?eai!
r"! r,"" t, . l.vlu be ehecicad destln- tlon. An inr'rnaiin a m rnie. route vi iinie iauis win sm
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