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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1883)
lLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29, 18S3.
Hand li to Your Neighbors.
lUillllKUUUlU ULUfllll.'!' )r,cil Wi!-M,vi
formers do not appear to reaiiz
11 HUMMED UAII.V A M WEEKLY
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Pfets Piallsaoatu Heraiii Pablishias Co.
f the old ui I aire that
sauce for the goosr i vaiue
uai.tlciv' 'I'liey ar" loud
r i ! n t i . it i ;it. uolil iai i
r I lie
i r.i rodu-
li L.'l f.1 KSJil ''
lii:SK SHOl'INU & WACOX KlCl'AllUNl
Farm lmplcmeats Mends;! will
:lj- :md llp:-rl.
We 1imv- jnt pen'l an iinimnie ttock of
CLOTHING. BOOTS k SHOES,
In fart, Mich an assort 11. cut a has never Ik-Iuii' been l.n.ught to
I'lattsmuutli. In our
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
IHi.artinei.ts we f1...u- a full and c-oniylete assortment of the newest
designs. Von can Buit youielf in regard to prices and
quality with the greatest ease.
That, as we buy in large quantities direct from
new Tons: MxT-o-yCT-axiEiis,
together with five other branch stores, we arc enabled tc sell
Us than our competitors. Call on us and satisfy yourselves that we
do as we advertise.
IIAILY, delivered by carruT lo any part of Hie
WEEKLY, by mail.
Jim t-ci.v hIx month
out- c-'py ouu yeir -
Kt-KiNU-ieil ui l l'uft Office. riull'Uioutn
M-coiid cias matter.
Hon. J. II. IJkoadt ha been chosen
as the staudar 1 bearer of the auti mo
nopoly party as well, aa of the demo
cratic parly iu the First Julicial dis
ti ict. We uever thought our oiu friend
Broady was cutout for an an li -monopolist
leader, ami we dou't think he looks
well at the head of that ticket. The
mos upon the hack of "f ho little gi
ant" will never be mistaken lor hay
heel I down in the First Judicial.
The main uricvauce linn Butler
seems to have against the republican
party of Massachusetts is the refusal
of ihe last legislature to aliow the old
man lo iuu that coordinate branch
of the state government; he quaintly
remarked to the democratic convention
which placed hini in nomination, that
the last legislature refused to aUopt
I be suggestions he (llutler) made to
them a giveruor of the state; hence,
Old Beu concludes "the rascals' should
be turned out. Ben. F. Butler places
his grievance upon the right ground
and the issue is squat ely and sharply
defined ; u is, tshall old Ben run the
maciuue? or shall the people manage
their own atfidrs do a tiiee?
& l haver,
OPERA HOUSE CLOTH I EES.
We have securtd the SOLE AGENCY
tj$& V . FOR
1 W fvHTUI3
Mutton and Vea
Cuiek Justick Coleridge has been
entertained by the Chicago people for
the past two or three days, a portion
of the time, he was the guest oi Emory
A. btons, and was entertained iu a
hospitable, generous manner by the
City of the Lukes. The great Chief
Justice shows himself to be a practical,
sensible man, and has evidently visited
this country for the purpose of learning
ali about our system of government and
manners of iife. The interior courts
of Chicago were visitd as well as all of
her public institutions. It appe.ua
this distinguished man is making a leis
urely tour uf the country, especially of
our principal cities, and is proving
himself to be Willing aud anxious to
utake the quaiittauce of our people
wherever he (roes. .
ot w. ttiiig tracts and edito: i.iis, and
! makeiug speech a lauieiiliug the per
nicious custom u appointing ami
promoting favorites, and denouncing
"the spoils hystm," but whenever
thev hauoen to seek ollkial ambition
! they suspend the rules with prompt
nes and dispatch, lheieisa case
iu the New York Custom House just
now which illustrates what wry faces
doctors make when required to take
their own medicine.
- Tlse-Collector of 'New York, Judge
Robertson, is a famous reformer, and
George William Curtis is another.
Competitive exmination and the
promotion of the littest; regaidlessof
personal allegiance or political ser
vice is their particular hobby, and
they have spent a great part of their
lives iu abusing rresident Arthi r,
and opposing his political advance
ment because he is, or has been, t.V
reptesentaiive of "the spoils system."
These gentlemen happen to have a
personal friend and lavorite iu Mr.
t II. Wight, Chieiof the New York
Custom House, and, the position of
Deputy Collector being vacant, Mr.
Robertson immediately promoted
him to the vacancy, and, as the law
required, sent the appointment to
Washington for apptoval. Secivt.i
rv Folger, actiug under the instruc
tions of the President, sent ths pa
pers back to Robertson, informing
dim ih it. tlu; Civil Service Cummis
l 1 .........1 If. .Iml . t tl ( .1111 t I
hlOU WOU1U aiteim l- --iiu ;
examination be made into me meius
of persons who desired to be made
Deputy Collectors, in which Mr.
Wight might take his chances with
the rest. This did not please "i r.
IfrlrfMKnn. who. with Mr George 1 il-
liam Curtis, has been engaged for
some time in a controversy with the
Stcretary of the Treasury, insisting
that Mr. W ight shouia navetne piacu
v'itiutnt. iTiinoetirisr for it. But the
- - -
Horse, 31ule& OxShocini;
n short, we'll shoe anything that bar
four feet, from a Zebra t a Giraffe.
Comp ;t:d see us.
a Filth St between Main and vl,i St.rtjrt
in across p corner from tue vr.w llKKAi-
MarfroM to A. II ATT.
HEA3DQlTAliTES FOE CHOICE
Su-ar-Cured Hams, Paeon, Salt Meats of all kinds Lard Bologna,
" and all other articles kept in a tir.t-class meat market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Th Highest Market Price Paid tor Hides Wool, Pelts,
' Grease, Etc.
Freh Lake Trout and White Fish Every Thursday
Full Line Geucral Merchandise.
Lamest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
A.. J. Weatek, congressman from
the bi first, Kt whack at his polili
cal friends last Tuesday. Its a cold
day when the chickens dont come home
to" roost. Selah. Johrsou Ceuuty
Probrietorship in American politics
is a very pleasant yet dangerous hallu
cination with wuicb the individaal, in
jHiwer, often felicitates himself.
A suddeu elevation to a brief ofSe-;
tihouid vest uo proprietary lights iu
the fortunate individual (who ba3
perhaps happened upon such office) to
the balance of the political goods and
chattels lying around loose in uis lm
mediate neighborhood. !f out present
delegation iu conzress will but cast
about them and jrlance at th uufortu
nate careers Cpolitical) of majority of
Nebraska's public meu hj "nave gone
the way of all the earth1 they
will be enabled to gather wisdom from
which they can proiit, by avoiding the
shoals upon vhica sj m iqjt unfortu
nate barks have gone to pieces.
There is QotUiaz which so justly
arouses the righteous indignation of
the masses us this disposition to meddle
with, and thwart the will of the peo
ple by an individual who happen to
ba clothed with a little iniet autnorny
... . -I. .
1 awl especially is this the case wueu mat
j individual assumes to dm ct, and aiw-
tates to the nias-es, upon tne grouuu
that he has a right to exercise thejjot-
conferred udou him br virtue ot las
office, to build up his own selfish for
tune, regardless of the will or attire
of his con stituents.
It is an evidence of weakness upon
the ptrt of the public man who adopts
uch a policy, a self confession that he
feels that he is too weak to stana
alone. The public men who have long
remained iu uower in our American
friend of the reformers nvst prepare
to be quizzed.
These gentleman have, for years
been demanding just such a rule as
they now want to violate. In season
anil out of sensou have they argue'
that theie was uo other way to pro
tect the lights f faithful officials
and secure a modal service, litit the
very first time the rule is ca-oreed,
to use a vulvar but ioreible exproas
ion, they "Kick." They waul the
sauce administered to the geese, a:.d
the ganders made exceptions. And
it is worth while to say rigut he:v,
that those who have been designated
as machine politicians, those who
have been accused oi auvocanujj a
encouraging the spoils systeuijin the
Republican party, nave uoo iwiswi
or attempted to interfere with the Ci
vil Service ReUr u Commission in
any way. They are wining me c.-
pei ment of making appointmeiiu .li
ter competitive examination shou d
have a lair ana tnorougu mui, u
it is found to improve tne service are
willing to mate it permanent.
Jj J J
O -o c- to .2 . g! -
r-t - 1 x a a
si 2 g
The Xewe.-t, The P.et. Tin- M"t Complete and
U5r lAIB 1?M.l?i. CJBBJSAJP3EST.
..Our Big-New Stocks...
Came for bargain Hunter in Every. Department.
Prices iltat Will Kfot9
Critical and economical huyers tins it, a (ireat Opportunity and
the Glorious Ilesult will more tlmn I'leani-lou. Jtemeiiiber every
purchase you make of us this season bhall Uo , ..'i;,4 . ,
Our assortment ii immetise, and it is .
A Hard.. Crowd We Cannot ""Please.
Onu Low and One 1 'ricu Svtcm is
for our competitors, but a great opportunity lor you. We have hy
far the Largest, Newest and J'.EbT stock of Mens' ouths' Jys and
K G St. J., i C. B
Safest. Best anfl Most ReiiaMs
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D tiag Can,
Elega-t Day Coacbes .
2 St Louis Trams jJaily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily.
2 Kansas City Trains Daai
Atc ison Trains Daily,
Two .Train for
St Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux Citj
,v , i ai p l i aortuwest. witti
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City and St. Panl
WI THQIFE CHANGE
AU trains n:n on tlnie.counectinB for all point,
HE AITS A-MIS AF,
ever shown in I'lattsu.oull.. Visitor, Wcln.mr. X troublo to el.ow
a?HE OISTE-XCE CLOTHIER
Blake's New Building, Opposite City Hotel.
The following from the Ashland
Oazttta shows the mmnc-r in whicli
Jude Reese's nomination is rteeived at
-The many frienda of M. B. Reese in
Suuuders couu y will be gl.d to learn
tnat the republican ctmvention at Lin
coln in its wisdom saw fit to select that
gentlemau as the candidate of their
choice for supreme judge. Mr. Reese
: .i... ....o,.QJ..f f tlm nualities neces
sarv for so high and houorab.e a p(Bition
th.jt will rnnecL creuu uiju i.x
auu inuv - - -t
county, the beucn ana uimstn, uiub
who know nim oesi ireeiy auum,
iwv,,,,,,,- Mi. rttuhiicins of Saunflers
lcnvu'vo -- - i
to be up and doing and snow our
neighbors that his county will not be
backward in its support."
last W est, North & South
nfor.iiatioD reKHrdiu4 raien. tune. &c. cheer-
lully given adiesiug R vIlXAKD.
AC. DAW8. Gen'lbupt.
Gen'l fass. Aeent.
xr o o o x es
Ko old stock to work off. The lateet patterns cf
G- LASS AlsTX)
vimrn VD PROVISIONS THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
1I.OUR AM) 1 'l'';; ,.nrvTJV PRODTTi'E.
One Thousand Kottles or Marsh's. Ool
den Blood & Liver Tonic to
be tliven Away.
Everybody in Piattsmouth, who is
buffering fiom icrofular, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jundice, Biliousness. Dyspep
sia, Inoigestion, Cosiiveness, Ileadache,
Loss of Appetite, Backache, 1 emale
t.... Voi v.uk ilprank'einent. OeU-
erul Debdiij, or any Blood, Liver, Kid
ney, Stomach or Bowel aisorder-can
obtain a trial botile of Marshe s Golden
liiood & Liver Touic, tree of charge, by
calling at Smith & Bl.ck Bros drug
store, Piattsmouth. P.-rsor.s who have
j u: o..I.uKIp mi'ilirina can rro
I lliCU IU tti. - .
K.,r.i led t oO cents ai:tt ?1
It purines the inooa, iuiku'
Liver. Stomach and Bowels, regulate3
the KiUuevs. and strenfjthens the ys-
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Qf All Descriptions.
f all sizes, reacy made and sold chesp Xor caih
" " r- I tfrv
Congress have been noted for t!ieircou-i j,-or an disei.5eo of the
tempt for this branch ot politics; ana
t Q Milt-aim's Golden Balsam,
the great cough remedy, sample bottle
Notice i3 hereby given that George
TIT C Inn Tt7 m rniv to the Board of
1 County Commissioneriof Cass County,
Nei-raeka at its stated meeting m Oc-
we find it is the one term (Vdows, who
have attempted to control public afUira
through the t-xercise of n political
ieHfrdemain. ratner thaa tnrouga tne i
influence of meritorious 8ervicfi ren-
d-red the public and weight uf char-
C'er , fy a 1 if-PTIRfl tO Sell lUalt
The individual who attempts at this gpirllu- HUj Vmoun liquors in Ayoca
day to perpetuate himself iu power Cas3 County, Nebraska, oae year from
and office, by intrigue nd dictatorial dat of ailovnr.n.
mures. is certain to shortly Oud him- j 7ZZZZI t rPcaiv-
st-n wucu . ... - . , i.ra iimon? wnirn 1 v""
V . M . -
is now niiAWit tun. BU.&Viviu
With many thanks for past patronajiO.
Invite all to caU and examine my
X.ABUE STOCK OF
tithe down-town saloon.
OPPOSITE THE PERKINSJBOUSE.
Keeps 3 complete ice of -
3757" 3C 1ST 353 S,
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEER,
ALE AND PORTER,
KEUG'S OliAHA BEER
- and tae best braiids of KeatuetyL
Oniwvtiro P""Uin Hraw - ' rr TTM"Trp.
A FINE LOT OF
MACKEREL, LABRADORE HERRING, TROUT, TILL WAXh
COD FISH, Aso a choice lot ot
We hai e a C:o clock of
HIE FAMILY GEO
Fancy rands of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MIS30URI FIOUE.
I Lave In Ptoc a Dr.e line of
Queens ware, Glassware, Lamps.
; . ; " - &c. All our good ar ne d fretrti.
Will Eichange ior Country Prote Linseed Oil Meal Always cn Hail
Next door to Court Ilouee, Piattsmouth, Neb,
udas M. B. MURPHY & CO.
iu.lf called to a recKoauur. it man ! cd Their cigars, among which is
wishes to ruu. the political mahine : eieUrated R. G. Ingersoll" ci
wi boat the aid of the people he hb ould jfow Boys, is your time U get a
j ZZ "Bg.C
OX REAL E8TATE.
Anv party deirinr to loan nnniy a Farm
uropertv can be accommodated at a low rW.
from three to ten year' time, and t Interest
uot payabl until li ccrDt iwrnlre of
D. b. DKAfivn..
.. . t- i. HmTiha rh!'an.
7aiiaa I'tty. Rt. Ixjuis. and all point I-t
TbfWeb Cari via Peoria to Ind V.TLW
aaot Pullman Palaets Car. and dy coacbepn
rar5iy r.xprp trains for Denver cfmnt,-ie
JTl nlon pot tor all points In Colorado. IU j
r-aliforala and the enture Wet. The advest ( -f
i hU lin- elves the traveler a ew Uouta to t 4
aflVbTbnVad DmirS ea.tof ntr Xv
ouri river. 'els
. . ..,.,. f ty.a T .-. -st Rt are on rale at all lh Important etatlou. and t"
wmTOd-dtltur rate-, routes or ttm. table, ,J
. DREW BUILDING PLATTSMOUTH
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