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PL ATTSMO UTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1883.
Hand H to Your Neighbors.
We have just opened
CLOIHG, BOOTS & SHOES,
In fact, Mich an asi-ortmcnt an has
Rlattsmoutli. Iu our
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
Departments we show a full and
demons. 1 tu can suit yoiiT.eIt in regard to prices and
quality with the greatest ease.
That, as we buy in large quantities direct from
27EW YORK 1.2TXTFCTXTS.EE.Sf
together with five other branch stores, we are enabled te sell
Lea than our competitors. Call on us and satisfy yourselves that we
do as we advertise.
Jonathan 11 ait
Bneeeeaors t A. . II ATT.
lEAXTJAJR-TTSIEeS FOB choice
Sugar-Cured Haras, Bacon, Salt Meats of all kinds, Lard Bologna,
and all other articles kept in a first-class meat market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Highest Market Price Paid lor Hides Wool, Pelts,
Fresh Lake Trout and White Fish Every-Thursday
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full ILine General Merchandise.
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBACHS.
No old stock to work qff. The latest patterns cf
(3- LASS .A-ISTH) QTJEBITSWABE
- FIOUK AND PROVISIONS. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICK
PAID. OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
DREW BUILDING, Pl-ATTSMOUTH.
an immense stock of
never before been brought t
comylete assortment of the newest
OPERA HOUSE CLOTHIERS
have fecund the SOLE AGENCY
J. V. Makthis
tton and Vea
PUIJLI-IIKI DAILY A NO WEEKLY
fee PlattsmontL Herald Publisbins Co.
AI LV, delivered by carrier to any. part of the
rerweek $ j5
r .iiuiliu fn
'-er rar jg,
WEEKLY. Iiy mail.
ne cony ix mouth
lie ropy one year
pNtf red at t e Post Office,
wcuntl cla.su matter.
Tue democratic ticket just iiouiIdm
led in New 1 ork is clairm-d to be in the
interest of Samuel J. TiMen.
IT is interesting: to notice witl
wh-.t forensic (leaving out the Icfrnl)
vigor the average corporation newspa
per demolishes Mr. Justice Cooley s re
cent pHper upon the regrtilaiinri of cor
porations published in the Law Regi
ter. Tim Chicago Iuter Ocean u
uounce? Michigan's eminent jurist as a
communist ant yet these very rail
road corporations, by their nggressive
itesf and utter disregard lor the right
and interests of the producer and cu -
sumcr are forcing the day when the
doctriues as laid down by Judge Cooley
will become the settled law of the
Jldoe IIoadlv bns retrained his
Iieal.h so that the Philadelphia surgeoi
leems it sale for that gentleman to
again enter the Ohio campaign.
Political malaria is a verv Janger-
ous di.-ease especially when it "catches
on to an Ohio politician and Phila
delphia, ii appears, Is the only place
knowit.iiere this dread disease can b
neated. There is something seriously
comical in th. great Cincinnati reform
er having to leave the state to be treat
ed for malaria. After the caniouiiru
is over, and the Judge .is comtortabl
laid away on the shelf, the public will
most likely he let into the real secret
of Judge Iloadly's bauishmeut for a
The following special from Wil
mitigton, Dele ware to the Chicago Tri-
ouue, bouws wnai one aemcratic can
didate for president thinks of another:
Wilmington, Del., Sept. 28.- -Senator
Bayard today furnished Every Evei -inir
with the following iu writng:
"Hid you shown ne the correspond
cuce ot ihe Chicnifo Iieruld before you
published it, purporting to be an in
JerYiew'wllh me, I would have shown
yoa how utterly groundless and untrue
it was. Nothing ever said by me could
possibly be construed into the tolera
tion or approval of Gen. Builer's politi
cal action, or a willingness to see pub
lie power intrusted to his hands."
Spoons and codfish will cow be in
Alreadt the democratic press have
raisetl the hue on 1 cry that lion. M. B
Reeee, our rpub ican candidate f r
Supreme Jm'ge, Is a moral, temperance
man. - Well, .-we will have to enter a
plea of guilty! Now what are you
going1 to do about it? Don't you know
that is the kind of a man a republican
convention would naturally select for
Supreme Judge? Would you have a
man with convictions on the other side
of the temperance question? Judge
Reese is in favor of temperance.
Please to tell us what side of this ques
tion Judge Savage' occupies? There are
hundreds of good, honest, conscien
tious, democrats in Nebraska who
would like to know just where Judge
Savage stands. Reese is on the right
side of this question; are we to under
staud that S&vage is on rhe wrong side?
Congressman Reagan, of Texas,
has submitted to i lie heroic treaimeut.
of an intervie v. Allen G. Thurman,
to the Texas statesman's w:.y of think
ing, is the grandest man iu the demo
cratic camp, being, metaphorically
peaking, chock "full of brains" and
xery honest; after him, Texas is for
McDonald ; of the sage of Gramercv,
Mr. Reagan grows more emuhatic than
elegant, he says, "On, don't mention it
we tried him once and he failed, he
firbt played the coward and then the
Of Butler Mr Reagan says, "I don't
"know any man at the present time.
"who is so thoroughly a peoples man ;
.but it will never do to nominate him,
lor president. - The south can hardiy ! Nebraska at its staled meeting m ua
... . .. I tobor 1S83 for a license to sell malt
be expected to accept h.m. j,, aaJ Vn,OUH liqaor3 in Avoca
Ol'the honesty of the democratic i Cass County, Nebraska, one year from
party as a national org-tniz ttion, Mr, dat-ft'iiow--ane. .
Reagan tpeaks as follows:
'The' revision of the taiiff laws is now i 'Grace fc Thierolf have a last receiv
the great question before Ihe country. ' ed their cigars, among which is the
This revision must mem a tariff for; 'eh-bratcd R. G. Ingersoll" cigars
protection. The recent declarations of Now Boy, is your time to get a sroo
the democracy fcbriuk from meeting ciar.' dl4ltf.d
i he isue, and present a eet of resolu-
tiona that may mean anything or noth
ing. If i he resolutions of the democ -rttt
y simply said that thev favored a
tariff lor revenue in coutradietiucziOD
to a tat Iff for protection, or a tariff tor
irot-Ciio i pure aud simple, the coun
try would know what ther wanted.
But the jauus fuced reoiutioas are
discouraging. I know that the sul of
the d mocra'b; party in everv Heel ion
o' 'he couiitv i" tvnnly in favor of
commercial freedom and opposed to
the tjrnny ol protection. Yet the
h adi-is Who irene ally ra'iuace o rt
mulate the party sentiment J a re nf'raid
to irive utterance to the crue wMr
of the people. Tup crime of democracy
is J'p weakness the party ,, not
ppeak out and announce its true princi
ples. Tun Northern Pacific railrond hav
ing been completed, mid the pomp and
splendor of Mr Villard's recent iavih
celebration, at the expense of the tax
payers of SuiuS Paul and Minneapolis,
has driven another golden spike ; which
the management of th-it gigantic cor
uoration extracts from the pockets ol
the American people. This epike, it
appears, is driven with all convenient
speed into the great pool with the other
1 wo traus-continenial lines, and tLus
are the present unreasonable rates be
tween the East aud the West doubly
assured. It was hoped, especially by
1 he people of the Pacific coast, that
upon the completion ol the Northern
Pacific, genuine competition would Le
realized by both the East aud the West,
for the reason that it was believed then
was not enough through business to
be prorated among the three lines a
that the customary handsome ilivi
dends could be paid: vet the public
are informed, even before business has
oeeu tested by The Northern," that the
lol has been entered by thai road anu
the schedule of rates agreed upon, ap
prising that public that the shippt r, pro
ducer and consumer, need expect iu
quarter iu t'je deal, bays the Chicago
Tribune, discussing this matter:
But the obstinate fact stares the
people in the face that ii.crea.se ol
trauscontincntul railroads promises
no relief Iroin the extortion 01
h rough rates or from discrimination
1- . 1
as to localities wiinin me iernior
severally allotted among them "The
nly hope for the Pacific cost," says
lie ban 1'rancisco Chronicle, is that
the adoption c f the hoggish policy oi
the Central Pacific to 'charge all the
lallic will bear' will make the rail
oads so immeiisly rich that rivals
will prove real competitors." But ihU
hope is palpably tl -lusive. If expe
rience rov- ihat tavne?.bu-:n ss;
tvlncli lue i-Noituein i'ueihe tuiisr.
look for its profi s shall not 3 iehl sutQ
lent revenue to .nabie the corpora
tion to pay good dividends, certainly
hei e w ill be no temptation to capi
tal to build auy more coiuiiicniiil
r. ihoads. It", on the contu:rv, the e
shall p ove to be enough iuiness .o
go aiound amoug the existing cor
porations and enable them to pay ex
cessive dividends, the inducement to
construct rivals lines w ill be the pro
pect of sharing the richness by main
taiuiiig the system ot extortion.
Hence it matters not what the result
may be so far as the public is con
cerned; either the success or failure
of the new road under the pooling
system will be destiuctive of all rea
onabie hope lor genuine competition.
Fortunately : or the American peo
ple, both East and West, possible
relief f i om perpetual extortion, dis
crimination, and opressicu at the
hands of the Pacific railroad combi
na ion is not confined to competition
which never competes, if the National
legislators will do their duty. The
dipnte as to the legal right of Con
g e to pas aws regulating inter
state railways has no bearing upon
the authority of that body to regu
late Pacific railroads in the interest
of the public. These railroads are
operated under National charters,
and Congress expressly reserved the
right to repeal aud amend.
The agreement between the North
ern Pacihc and theoid loads upon the
basis of exist i'lur rates makes all fur
ther demonstration unnecessary of the
lact that no concessions arc to be ex
pected from the corporations aud that
there is no hope based upon com pet i
tion now or iu the future. Whether
or not the new Congress will be as deaf
to the popular demand for interference
to remedy the evils of the existing sys
tern can only be a matter for conject
ure; ut certain it is that continued
Congressional indifference to the pub -lie's
grievances will make the regula
tion ot the Pacific railroads a conspicu
ous issue iu tut me Comfre-sioual elee
lious. Tue present policy of extortion
aff cts not any one section ahnp, but
the East, the West, the Northwest, and
the Southwest. The n Xt "Granger
movement" will epn a J over the entut
continent, and t;.e manufacturers uuu
merchants will take as prominent a
part i h(. rein as tlie farmers.
Notice is hereby given that George
W. Sex I on. will apply to the Board of
! County 'ommissionersof Cass County,
F. S. White has jut received u car
load of "Sea Foam" winter wheat pat
ent fljur guaranteed to be as good as
any made in Hie United Siatea and
prices as low as ihe lowest. Also a
ear load of bran just received which
we deliver to any pnrt of the city.
HOUSE SHOEING & WAGON RKPAIRINC
III iicds of Farm lmDlements Mendel will
Ve!itnsiP and Dispatch.
Horse, 11 tile & Ox Shoeing
n short, we'll shoe anything that liar
tour feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come ai:d see us.
i rilfh St between Main anj Vln Street
ist acres? w corner from t h mkw IIEKAL.
kit icr. :r
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3 .2 .
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2 S .2
3 c 3 tc
cs a n J3
K G St. J., ana C. B
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
agniScent D ning Care,
Elea-1 Daj Coaches
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains. Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Dai'
Atc ison Trains Daily,
Tv-'o Traius fur
St Paul. Minneapolis, Sioux Cit
A- I ill i i .it-t ti northwest, with
Pullman Sleeping Oars,
Between Kansas City and St. Paul
WI THQ HOC CHANGE
A!! trains run on time.eoncectinR lor all point.
East West, North & South
'licK-te for sale at all regular ticket o3ice.
nforinatlon rKardiiu ratea, tl.ne. Ac, clieer-
lully givea atimesMu;;
J, F. Barkabd.
A C. Dawf.., Jen'l Mupt.
Geu'l I'asg. Asnt.
HKN RY BCECK
DEALKK in ,
Mft, ITC., ETC.
Of All Description.
METALLIC BUEI AL C ASEk
WOODEN COFTJSTS. .
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash
la mow xttLAXH tta onitviciv.
With many thanks lor past patresse. I
invite all to call and examine my
lAKOE STOCK OF
31tf. Kl.KXTt'UK AMI 4XFKI1VK
M. O'CONNOR. -
Atjthe dewn-town saloon. - .
CPPO.SITE THE PEItKLN'SgnOUSE,
Keeps a complete Iu cf - "
iW I 3NT
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR,
ALE AND PORTER,-- :
KKUG'S OHAHA BEER
acd tue best bra.ids of Kentucky
OojMVuIr PvrbtnJl Hnltao - Pi , TTM.Tnw
MUNKV IU I.O -
ON REAL ESTATE.
Anv party devtring to loan tnonfy on Farm
pmperty c;in be acco;r,taKlaied at a low rt.
ironi three to ten years' tinip, and the Interest
not payable until It lias accrued Inquire of
I. 8 DttAPEiC,
l&iXvi-ti FLatsmouta, NeU.
it Me Li
The Xevet, TJie Uest, The Mo-d; Complete nntl
JB3 IFAIE TTB03 ClOSAIPlESir.
Our Big New Stock
Came for Bargain Hunters in Kvery Department. f
JPriccs that dPHicrs Will Mot,
BDLlME K.dD'jr, Meet.
Critical and economical buyers this is .VtJmit Opportunity nnd
the Glorious Iesult will more thai 1'lcasc Von. keinember every
purchase you make of us this season T-hall be
Our assortment is imineufce, and it is-
A Hard Crowd We Cannot
( T 1 f
ouu i,uw aim
for our competitors, but a creat
i'-Ar the Largest, Newest and IJEbT
ever shown in Plattsmouth.
Blake'a Xew Building, Opposite City Hotel.
A FINE LOT OF
MACKEREL, LABRADORE HERRING, TROUT, AVILD WAV
COD FIS1I, Aso a choice lot of
V'e have a fine utoek of
&B&1GB FAMILY GR Q CERIES,
,: ' , : Fancy rands of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FIOUR.
I bave In atoc a Gee line of
Queens ware, Glassware, Lamps.
ic. All our goodi; aie ne d frenb.
. Win Eicliange ic-r Country Prote. Linseed Oil Ileal Always cn Han '
Next door to Court House, Plattemoutli, Neb,
i:d52w3m M. B. MURPHY & CO.
Daily Express Trains for Omha. Chlc:uc
Katxas City. Ht. Ixiuls. nod all points Kmhi
Te rough Car via Peoria to Ind anapolln. ie
irant Pullman Palace Cnra and dy coarhe 01
all thirnh trains, and Dining cars east of
so mi river
Through Tickets at the Lowest Ent are on
win oe cnecKed - aetti'-iioB. Any inrriran
cheerfully f urn 1 abed upon applioauon t any c
one i rice oysiein is
Tl n .
oiiportiinitv lor you. We have bv
stock of Glens' Vouths': liovs and
Visitors "Welcome. No trouble to show
a.ry Kxpress train for Denver eoaneetln
- 'i'0' 'or all point In Cniomdo. Utxb.
alifornU and theeuifre Wet. The advent oi
lil- Iln gives the traveler a few Houte to the
' ei wii h seenvrj aud advantaaea un-qoaled
f ale at all Ihe import
ant station, and baffg&zs
a to rates, routen or I line tables
nt or to
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