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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1883)
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY EVENING,. OCTOBER G, 1883.
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A Public Spirit forTrade
fiOlNU ON at Tin:
iLAl liWUlJiij nilnALlJ- pic,c..",Ptu?with cwm7 it8eir.
I 1,5 1 oonu-ivtJ the nlan of btiltle " and
directed the assault. We refer t
Messrs. Morton and Miller and "their
Tbs Plattsraonth Heralu PnMisliins: Co. ! gers,8uCh a. u.e co,.2eniai -tow cm -
-- j tor, of Si.Iine. the military general of
Dakota, the hale and hearty M linger.
11. r.l.I.JIIEI DAILY ND WEKKLY
I A I I.Y. drlivTi-d by caimrr 10 any part of tlie
I't-r Wet . .
I'er Mom li
IV r Y-;ir...
WKKiiLY, by mail.
Juo t'i-y eix months 31 W
c vpy uue year 2 Co
l;-t'iMerel ai t e host Office. Plattsmoutb, a
m-m)ii1 cIumh uiaitt-r.
Our method nre to interest you in our good clothe. W be
lieve tin- best is none too good, where it can be purchased nt a n.oUer
:it jn-ice." , '
English Corkscrew Suits and Overcoats.
-Would yotrwijoy seeing MMiietliing nic? Then call, when passing,
and examine our
AVe hardly know how to describe them, there nr so many; but if you
have but 2.l to spend lor a child's suit, and $l..o tor an
overcoat, we c;in supidy your wants.
Undershirts and Drawers
FOR 75 Cts.
fV.n.e ..ml u-e wilUcrvc ,v.. . well tlmt yon will always trade at
The way the anti mouoiolisl papers
are coming in lnoi out in the State
with the strongest kind of endorsements
of Mr. l'ecse for Supremo Judge,
biakcH il look as thontrli anti monopo
list Morion, Dave Butler, Hose water
and Dr. Miller will have some trouble
lo deliver Mr. Savage the goodf.
The lust hen that id hatching
tclicuics for democratic success in this
comity ihi lull, has u nest made up in
the old lusion fuh:on, in which the
deuiociitts giet nliackers and au'i-mo-nops
are to divide the spoils. We hear
i hat 1$. F. Alien is to represent the
ami's with toe nomination of Clerk,
and our friend John Waymau is to
represent the greeubacktrs with the
oilice ot County Judge,
It MICK SMITH:
,IOi:SE SHOEING & WAGON KEPAIKIN
All Kinds of Farm' implements Mendel will
Neatne" and Dispatch.
Tin: lardy congratulations of the ed
itor jf the Omaha Republican are im
mediately acknowledged by the llerld
aua i.s humorous editor is reminded
thai the auiiqualea regime of Cass
couuty have long since' come to con
sider a.l that emanates from that organ
as a. joke. In the implied amende, Ci.
Nje will not become offended if we
suggest the striking likeness that exists
between himself and the father of his
country, wilh that slight, yet material
variation, which we will not men
t ' ii.
OPERA HOUSE CLOTHING STORE
The question of towuehip orgauiza
lion is evidently going by default in
Uass county ; over in Otoe fitly citizens
of thai county having signed a petition
asking that the question be voted upon
at the ouiiug election. The commis
sioners have ordered that such election
shall be held, and the question whether
or no township organization shad be el-
fected in tlnu coi-nty will be determ.ne 1
by the people at .ue coming" election. It
Cass county contains those favoring
towut-hipjiguutzatiun they should.have
lequested a like election in this count v.
Jonathan II ait
J. W. Mauthis
SnrrrMOi A to A. M TT.
Snir-Cured Hams Bacon, Salt Meats of all kinds. Lard Bologna.
and all other articles kept in u tirst-ciass meai iikukci.
AT V" HOLES ALE AND RETAIL.
The Highest Market Price raid tor Hides Wool, Pelts,
Fresh Lake Trout and White Fish Every Thursday
Full Line General Merchandise.
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
l'LATTSMOUTH, Neb, Ocl. 7, 1883.
Me. Euitok: "Citizen," in a com
niuincatiou in this week's Journal.
elates that the people want to know
when the Couuty Commissioners em
ployed Beeson as "Couuty Attorney,"
aul other questions that are supposed
to be pertinent and otherwise.
I can answer the questions by asking
another. Where is the business. mau
ot this or auy ther, county knowing
the parlies, who, if . they had any busi
ness of a legal nature, would take some
of the parties at $147.50 when they
c uld secure Beeson at $400.00?- In
thU I he count v officials are to be com
mended. So much for the Journal's
mare's nest. Another Citizen
Ouu old friend, J. II. Bn.ady, of Ke
niaha. was alwa8 very fond of a joke.
Upon the occasion, (the other day) of
his nomination by the (democratic) ju
dicial district convention of the first
district said Broad j, -Had it not been
'tor business unconnected with this
"convention, I would not have the
'pleasure of meeting you today, etc."
We imagine we could see the sly twiu
kle in Broady's eye as he perpetrated
this bit of humor upon the delegates of
that convention. After which that
gentleman proceeded to deliver A care
fully prepared speech of acceptance, in
which he dilated upon the comeliness
of a nonpartisan judge. Broad y is sly,
of Fremont, and last, but not least, by
any means, our sleek, plausible ond
perfectly irresistible democratic friend
Doctor Alex Bear, of MudLson. These
gentlemen have been -'left ouf alto
gether when tho achieyi ineUta of those
who manipulated theflrnnd Island con
vention are recited. The-II ek ALU Is
batisQed, and more tluJ satisfied,
pleased, to see Messrs. Uutler, Rey
nolds and the Omaha Bee, receive their
merited proportion ol the credit of
bringing the ami-monopoly party ot
Xebi aska into the democratic fold ; but
the plan "the scheme" as Col. Sellers
would put ir, rather belongs to the pro
prietors of the political organization ol
which Messrs. Miller, Morton & Co
are the represeutatives the Hiitie.al
ii-fruiii7ai ion which is to reao all llM-
glory and perquisite from this coup
d' etat should .Judge Savage be chosen
a member of the supreme court ot
However, Ihere is one feature of this
performance which we presume must
be wholly ascribed to Messrs Butler.
Reynolds and Rosewater; it is the last
act in- , the great comedy of errors.
which these gentlemen must be
charged with, whether they would di -
vide it. or not, with their democratic
allies, and that is the only feature,
alas! from which they can never hope
to reap fame and glory. We refer to
the precipitous manner in which the
anti monopoly party of Nebraska was
forced to endoise the democratic nomi
nee for Supreme Jude before there
was auy apparent cause for such hasty
ac tion. Lake Ney's famous advance at
Waterlooo, it was made too soon; a
blunder for which the democratic lead
ers, in all candcr and fairness, should not
be held-accountable. Had the ant
monopoiy field maishals been the
prudeut, experienced leaders they
were supposed to be, and had they con
tented themselves by waiting and re
counoitering the republican position,
had they held the anti-monopoly 'forcta
well in hand until Bjss R.ese was
uomiuatd, nd then raised ihe
hue and crv that he was :f
wealthy corporation lawyer, a
cilk stockinged, purse proud, aristocrat,
surrounded and controlled by the pam
pered hirelings of the Lniou Pacific
and Burlington & Missouri anacondas,
a brass collared capper for Jay Gould,
Sidney Dillon, and Charles Elixir Fer-
The admirably conceived non-paru-
fcau scheme of Messrs. Morton and Mil
ler mirht have proved a formidable
one but now, since it is already admit
ted to be a fiat.failure, we would not for
on. moment be considered as willing
to detract in the least trom the laurels
of Col. D. Butler and Compauy, and
while we would in a truly non-partisan
spiiit join in expressing our surprise
and admiration at the courage ana au
dacity of these gentlemen we would
bear in mind that in journalism the
truth, once in a while, is a palatable
dish to set before the public, and
would render uuto Morton that which
is Morton's and to David & Co. that
which rightfully belongs to that corpo
ration. We would stand up right
bravely for Messrs. Morton aod Miller
and Col. David & Co., each one coming
in for his full aud equal share of the
anti monopoly divy.
Horse, 31 ille OxSIiocin
n short, well shoe anything that hio?
four feet, from a Zebra to a fliraffe.
Com and see us.
n Filth St between Main and Vine Rtro.t
jmi across o coruer f ritm U Xlt"ltAt
1 1 t 5
2u . . O
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w H h
O es z no
r a. aj 03
03 .-J h
B S !
Thfc Xtwett, Tlie lW;bt, The Mo.l ('.'innate and
Our Big New Stock
Came for bargain llnnterB Every Department..
IPrices tbut &b&VH Will J8vt9
njmm QP'ii v mew.
Critical and economical buyers tfusis a (ireut Opportunity - and
the Glorious Result will more., thjujj.rref'o Vou. iCeineinber every
purchase you make of us this season shall he i '
jL . ItOJlTATin'. SB J&iR '.&EJLE&1 -
O u irho&A tJ p u i enQ,?HJtl it is -. V-
A Hari.Crc)w.d W.Q.. .Caniiot 'Please.
Ouu Low and One Price System is
" 'Vfein: . copies
for our competitors, but a jrreat opportunity lor yiyii.. We lmvu by
far the Largest, Neweht and IJEbT stock of Mens' Youths' Boy and
children's . ......
K G 81. J, Hi C. B
Safest. Best and Most ReiiaMk-
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Cars,
Elea-t Day Goacbes j
2 St boms Trams waiiy,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Dai?
,Atc ison Trains Daily,
'Tv.o .Trains for
St Taul, Minneapolis, Sioux Citj
A i l Ail p iiM 1 1 airtUwest. with
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City and St. Panl
All trains run on tlme.connectinp: tcr all iPolnt,
East West, North & South
r,.JT.. (.,..iI,l.jt n rouiih.r lick ft oflicee .
nfonn&tioii resardiiirf rate. tl.ue, Jtc. caeer-
luily glveu cy auaressmg
ever shown in rlattsmotith. Vieilors Welcome. No troulle to ihow
THE OITE-PKICE CLOTHIEE.
Blake's Xew Building, Opposite City Hotel.
A C. DAwr.s.
Gfiii'l fasH. Ant.
.r v Harvard.
CODH NO MORE.
Another 1 housand Bottles of Marsh's
ttolden Ifulsam to be Given
ETC., ETC., KTC
Of All Description.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash
MY FINE HEAR3R
JOSEPH V WECKBACHS
Our enterprising and reliable tlrug
srist. 5miih Black Bros , will coutiu-
ue to jjive away sample uum
Marsh's Gulden Bals;ini fr the Throat
and Lun, to all who have never tri d
it Persous who have already tried
this famous Cough remedy can procure
the Urge bottles at 50 cents aud $1.
I-the name of fairness, we protesr ( Weak LupgrJ, Blonchitis, a
that entirely too much consideration i CoUs;n or Cold, Sore Throat, Hoarso
an 1 prominence is being bestowed up ness7croip. Whooping Cough, Athraa,
on the Omaha Bee as the mouthpiece, or any Broucnial or " l'almouary ec
ro!i,.sr,H, .uedia, of ,he ao., ' LSSrSi
monopoly party ot iNebrasKa. AIie , cure of Consumption of the Lungs it
Liucl Journal aud ti e umalia Re- u ,he ,,reatest remedy Nature has ever
publican are giving that organ too ! conferred to medical science or human
much credit in.regard to the Grand is-: rearc... complaints
land nomination. Partisan journals can 1 MaIsJl,fl UoWeu uiood & Liver Ton
better atT.rd to be fair an 1 generoua; . Sample bottle free
it is true thai the ediur of the Bee
had much to do with arranging the
tangs over tl-.e visijn of the coy and
tractable anti monopoly maiden at
Grand Island; yet there are other distm
guidhed -men who first planned and ar
i rov iitAu x uu otttvtt.
X 3 s ix
No old stock to work off.. The latest patterns cf
3 X JviS --3STX) GTJEE3STSW-A.E
IIOLI; -ND MC-VJ6JO-S HE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Notice is hereby giveu that George
V. Sexton will apply to the Board of
Count v Commissioners of Casa County,
Nebraska at its stated meeting in Oc
T . ivoq f,,T- u iif-(nHP to sell malt
ranged for the Grand Island no mina- Spiritus and Vinous liquors in Ayoca
. . .. vvv,,,,,,..! nnc V P.'i r irm
lions weeks before, Mr, nosewaier, uas vuuu.j, ..,
Coi. David Cutler, and Chief Engineer , ate.t auownr.
Reynolds, sacked that fortress and de- i p g White has just received a car
livered i:s keys over to the keeping of j4.ad" wj Foam" wiuter wheat pttt
tho couimou enemv. Theirs, although ent flour guaranteed to be as good as
an indi6pensable part of the perform- any made in United States aad
. , nricea as low as the lowest, iviso a
ance, was not the principal part; it was P""7ad8of ran just received which
simp y the field marshal's performance; wfi jy t0 any p!irt of the city.
With many thanks for past, patronage. I
invite aU to can ana examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
3ltf. Kk.ilST! HR ASII FKIXH
Atthe down-town saloon.
OPPOSITE THE PEUKiNSgflOUSE,
Keeps a complete Ine of
WI 30" 3E3 Sf
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEER,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and the best brands of Kentucky
Onnnslro Prfcn Hnnw. - - PT ATTHMOTtTTl
A rtNB LOT OF
MACKEREL, LABRADORE HERRING, TROUT, WILD WAV
COD FIS1I, Aso a choice lot of .
We have a fine tock of
VmQsWE FAMm GEO OEBIES,
- Fancy rands of '
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MIS30URI FI OUR.
I have in toc a line line oU
Queensware,' Glassware, " Lamps,
' - - .All our goods are ne d freh.
Will Exctaii6 ;or Country Preface. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hani
Is'ext door to Court IIousc, Plattemouth, eb,
nism M. B. MURPHY & CO.
MONEY TO LOIN
ON EEAL E8TaTF
All MiMlJ uciiiu w wu j .
n . Km MAmMfiilil.l1 At ft lOW ffttft.
from three to tn years' tims and the ictert
not payaaie una u u wi u-a imuiib w
rj 8. DRAPE tt, -
Pa'.W Express Trains for Omlia. CUcatfo.
Kanriaa Clry, iSt. Ixuis. and all points Ehki
Throu'jh Car via Peoria to Ind anapoll. Ele
gant Pullman Palace Can and ley coarhe oi
all thirmrh traios. and Dmiu car east of :?-
23"Hy Expres train for Denver eoanectirg
l nlon Depot for all points In Colorado, Utah.
hi- Hd- pfves the traveler aNe Koute to the
vest, with scenery and advantaaes uneuu&lefl
Throufth Tickets at the Lowest PsU re on aie at all lhe Important station', and baKgnro
vri te checked r destlnetion. Any in umiation an to rates, routes or time tables win f3
rtjeerf ylty (urtsVJ Htvn Kpylwatic i" any ngent or to
.DRV: BUILDIKG, PLATTSMOUTH.
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