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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER
10, 1883. . , - - - -
A Public Spirit forTrade
uoi.m; on at t ii K
rUBLI-HKU DAILY AND WEEKLY
Pte Plattmoutt Herald MisMnz Co
DAILY, dfll-.firil by cttrrn loany.part of the
""sn f I 1 n (A! n n-rWfck
i (ihft. nn ti mi iff mm : :
Our methods arc to mtere.t'you in
lieve the t in none too good, where it can be yu.cheU .
Enslisli Corkscrew Suits and Overcoats.
J tie copy six months
. ue ropy uu year
uegtMiei eo hi 1 v l"bst Office,
second elas mailer..
As to deuioeiaoy.jt sterday the da
w lie cohl. a,
Would you enjoy bceing
? Then call, when passing,
and examine our
If Kinnc hud ua inany votes, a
1W tin- rimi.i'u iu loWtt wouiu
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not have bt'fu 8 overpowering
iavc carried Onio tv Uom lO.UOd. to
12.000 majority, with a fair prospect of
;i working m.jnity in the Legislature
hiit will iuaure the election i arepuo
ican successor i George II. Pendleton
u the Umtftl States Senate. Ioa baa
rolled up 30,000 majority fur Governor
.Sherman and the other canmdstes
tin- state ticket, except Jiiuge ueeu,
wno liu3 fallen to 6,000 behind
ilia t'.cki. The Iowa legislature will
brt n arly t o thi.ds republican, w hich
virtual. iiiouren a third term for Wil
liam li. Ailia.ni iu the United States
oenate. The prohibition" issue has
complicated results iu b ith htatea. and
eturus ao lar sho.v almost as heavy a
vole as iu the last PreBiuentitd elec
tion. Omaha Bee.
HOU8E SHOEING b WAGON BErAlBIM
AMinis d Tori UDDlements Meil w 111
The democrats ahou.d hoid fast to
ihe old tickta. 1 ohler the better;
fceyniour and lilair, for insiaucc.
. .i ... . ...i. o inimvi
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We Wfir? a chihr. ..it, and SI., 5 for an
overcoat! wo can supply your vant.
but it' you
Undershirts and Diane
Fou pr. siaeiit iu 14. rtpubl.cau ;
lor vico preaideui, iu 1631, a republi
can so says O.iio, a.y te uatioii.
Iowa democrats are uow jatlierin
iheuiscivci together to see what a prec
thre is when U
JUUO 1 v- ' T v
comes to election.
FOR 75 Cts.
JlK. J. STKKLINO MOKTO.X Will IlOW
have opiroriunity to devote a little
lime to theiioiirpartisau election me
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h ruocai8 puipoisaJiolding iu scDr.is
ka this fall.
so well that you will always trade at
me and we will serve you
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rtDcn & HOUSE CLOTHING STORE"
L ' '
jlfeNs. ' FOR
Gov. J. burling Alortou, of Arboi
Spiiua Lodge, Oi- e county, .Nebraska,
...t... i..iii.vi'. cTuvi'i-nmeni is a sort ot
nuu i.iw . -
ree and easy cmi act-of citizen, win
is a member of tho Joideu ciub, and
who is an educated aniimouop at the
. .i.i'.,mm nf tiiMiV R It. It., has
Oeeu iu Iowa. That state has given
.lonntt n-nwhlicun iuaiorit : volumis
could suv-uo more.
MaeeKar to A. . H 'rT.
HEATJQrAETKES FOB CHOICE
, t i cu Afoots nt all kinds. Lard
nifiir-i .uil'u iiniiii -
urea nams, iacvii, . . ,
and all othe; articles kept in a first-claw meat market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hides Wool, Pelts,
Th Highest Market Price r aid tor
' Grease, Etc
Fresh Lake Trout and White Fish
HE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line General Merchandise.
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBACHS.
Hetcios Horn Ohio, which are mea
gre, indicHie that ibe state is very cioe
ila LetiiimtM r hHSL'tl uuon the VOtt
or lust vear. when the democracy car
utiitu 11V IIVHT 19.000. I lit
ITU !Jfc- v v -
voie thrown esteiday was very hevy,
mui ii'iiiin- so far are from the c ntres
ot population, where ih- liquor inter
j e maintain us greatest siieugiii.
t.: lit but little du"ut at
tin- writing but- time the republicans
ttve c,:rritd the legislature, and hImi
-.here set in to b a fair prospect that
lie amendment prohibiting the 1 quor
in fli", has also received a m J nt oi
:11 the voles cast. Taking it all in an.
wiih the i jur question upoa men
nands, die republicans of Iowa and
Ohio have demonstrated the lact that
democracy need look for no comfort
trom either of thoe states in the com
ing presidential contest.
TMnhioed deteiminaiion and relig
ious tanaticism ef the Mormons appear
iu the following report of speeches
m,..ii at their recent annual confer
ence at Salt Lke City:
url.Prt J. Grant, one of the new
apostles appointed last year, followed
I'avior. and zealously auvocaieu poyg
i,rt tithe iiaving. He said after
ihe passage of the E inuinds law, po-
iviminia.s nrof 6sinif to be good Latter
.i.vii.i had i.ut away thsir wiv-s
.tnd sent them to their mothers, lie
i.ad an utter contempt for such men.
lie had mi. re respect for a Gentile or
Methodist, avowed enenr.es, than he
cr I .utt fv-A-Av Saint, frishtened
by a law passed by Congress. Such a
.nan fhonid be prosecute.l. The y.mng
apostle appeared to be ignorant of the
:ict that John Tavhr, President of the
O.uich, was the tirfrt to bend his wives
way alter the passage of the law, and
id u..t call them together until the
Uiurch concluded to test its constitu
Brigtiam Y.nug. Jr., followed, stat
tnu u.iwers ot lurKuiw
DOWN TO THE FRONT.
"The oiu guaid never surrenders."
i-'or twtutv years and upwards the re
publican party htwCen JQ power .n
l.iwa. Dating these .vxars the S ate
,iaa prospered uumeasurably; It has the
.uosi complete system of jmblic schools.
ihe Bnest public buildings, not a uln
ar's State indebtedness and a record
f not a tlollar stolen or embezzled
sit,.i in ml tht-se ears. The
IU1U 1 1 v. t r .
i publicans ot lo - a. " agisted Oy
.ei.iocrats, a year, ago adptei a
,ututionnl aniunuuniit prohibiting
muur liatli5 in ihat Stale. The demo
crais of th State have this year tough
what many ot them supported a yeo
A ro. The free trade heicsy has beei
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i .l I'llll lll'I'U Lll "
lveiy into iovva pom
n.ipst oufoi lreeuaoeai
he fragmniitary aui ues,ouii,Hu u-
inocracy of that S'ate have hoped u
.out .he republican lorces mere a.,u
Uke the State into thedeniocratie cam,.
Vo aid them they imported the' intei-
oi the nation: J. Sterling Morion-
ex Governor of Neiuaa, who gave
Oobdeu Cluo lectures;.-Hendricks, oi
Inoiana, who boomed nimselt anu tn.
old tiou'ei mote thn he did the deinoc-
, -.,t b.wa: MciTonald, Spriugei
.t .,tW lisrhts, who nWouded to th-
macedwiiian cry md came oer to he.t
It is ueeUeSs lo say that thes-J lo
fairly and sqxarely routed, and me rt-
turns as they come m euow iu.
btate has gone at least totty 'Hiuu
republican ; ibai the old Hue prty-ma.
has held sway in iowa IS m m
f,.re; tint tlie democratic party wun
its false pretensions, ful.e positions, and
faUe d.x-tiihes, has been dismissed irom
....i.il. not ice. while the republican
...itc (,f that State wun us. pos,
o debts, no traffic in liouor. and pro
tected industries at httue, will m-ve
ou in that line of progis that make
a school house on every hill a geuuim
n Kllth S
if Mr it.
Tlw Ncwct, The lie!, Tlit Most Cui'l l 1.
JBTtT IF AIH TTHttlB UIin;iBAIrJESfjr.
; lur BigUevv Stock
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Came for Bargain lluntcra in Every Denartment. !iX
IPriccs tIiat-Utfliera -Will KJo5
u If.-uatvilLiiWw-AJiRn O'WaseV Tlt? liflCftitkf c
2 mS purchase you make of us tins Reason fihall be . , a
- r-rQ v - i J s." ,"4 ir A" ' f'-Qt .-...4.'
vf.'l " . ..
Hnrsi. MuIimA Ox Shoeing
,i ghort, we'll shoe anythinJr-that tfa
four feet, from a .eora 10 a unwir.
Come at:d see u. -2.
between Main an J Vine Stw
r t;oi itr i --- ----
' OuV arTrnfrffrTaTmrnenfte, and it
II K b . c: S fe... a Omi Low and One Price System is
r rr .
leu-sy has beep l i 6 .S S3j
locracy exteu kij ' f S
ics; with tht lfj -.S.lw.'g
d fiee tthiakx I 1 j" oa;'J
x - 3 rr.
S M i? 5
C J J
an 5 3
for our competitors, but a great o. ort unity lor yu. VTv have hy
ior our cuuiiicviiuio, uuv .. .. -i i
far the largest, Kewcst and BfcbT ttoc-k ol ilenh' 1 uutli Boys
5, children's ;, ,. , -fy .
IV U If. I
Safest. Best and Most ReiiaMe
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magniucout D aiag Cara.'
Til Tl.r 0arV03
2 St Louis Trams jJauy,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City 'Trains Dailf
Atc iscn Trains Daily,
Two TnilaiJ lor
St Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux 0it
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Between Kansas City ana St, Paul
Wl X HQ UT CHANGE
All trains run on time.connectinK for all point.
IU AITS AMID CAE'S,
ever shown in Plattsmoutli
Visitors Welcome. No trouble to fchow
TH:B OISTE-PTGEl CLOTHIER
uior.natiou reirardini rate, tiiise. &c. cheer-
r if nnHlBD.
A C. DWFj,
Gn'l fass. Assnt.
BOSS CLOTHING HOUSE
Is tie Place to TOD tn Trade." -.
Will please you. - - Ufor.nati
' .i:,l Tr. rwlain ficriireS and SOU lully given
on its own merits, o monkej
biz, no jewing, no hnmbug, no
auction goods, no shoddy goods:
you get your money's worth every
time. The latest, styles ana uwi n IT-
goods obtainable with money are f-JRJJ U K
i ctrknL- ann we win nt'
dersold by any house, either large
or small, and you will always nnd
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to gain your solid
custom. (Jome ana see us.
DKALKK 1 -
C E. WESCOTT.
THE BOSS CLOTHIER,
SAF .rf, CHAiRP
tTC.. ETC., ETC."
Of All ' Description.'
f all sizes, ready made aad sold cheap for ca.su
UY FIN Tf HEARSE
Blake's New Building, Opposite City Hotel.
Lireugtheuing to overthrow the Church
of Govl, that there never was a iim
lieu they so needed the p jwer ot the
jjoirit, but no power on earth could
..vpr hniw the saints, and stronger rev-
rlationa than those tho had received
were yet to come.
George Q Cannon bpoke in he same
train, aui said nothing but the bpint
.f Goit is eufficieut t give thm wis
dom to guide them. Gel had rescued
hem fiom impeudiuu' danger several
iuies within the past six mouths, tie
,K.ke of the growth of the church and
ho several temples beiug built in the
rerritorj.aiid God was providing plans
o jrc-ei ve the saints. Thu aposths
now said all the powers of heaven and
teil could uot prevail against the saints, j
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iUd they would C1 oil pios-pciiuy
niril. A IN
. AU Irant 1TI ft
and all kinds ol gooas muiu.j
it fton fcHAKi tuiiOiiAWct.
With uianv thanks tor past patronage.
.uvite all to call ana examine my -
A FINE LOT OF
MACKEREL, LABRADORE HERRING, TROUT, "WILD WAV
COD FISH, A so a clioice lot of
IiEMOlTS ACT 23 OHA CES.
We bave a line etock of . ,
moiOE FAMILY GRQGBRIBS,
Fancy rands of , -
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI IT OUR.
I have In etoc a fine line of
Queens ware, Glassware, Lamps.
&c All our good are ne d treU.
Will Eiclianse or Conntry Prauiice. Linseel Oil Heal Always on Han!
Next door to Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb,
iwA52w3m M. B MURPHY & CO.
0 . MM r r L.4HM M KMTl'BKNTOIIK
Also, a very complete etoen of Funeral Good-..
Ketallic&WoOuenCOulns Casiets sanes-
Our New and elegant hearse ii always tn
r. ih nlace. in UNION
BLOCK. Oil !MXT - .
Doors son- h of Cass Coun
ts 1 ank.
. lfht nrnAV.
v f i iv i n 1 1 ii
j. i unnuriy
Atithe down-town saloon.
CPPOSITE THE PERKINS HOUSE
Keeps a complete lae of
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED' BEER,
ALE AND PORTER, r.
i KRUG'S OMAHA ; BEER'
and tae best bra.ida of Kentucky l'-
No old stock to work off. The latest patterns cf
1 i.Ot'H AM
THE HIGHEST MARKET
OHIO AND IOWA.'
The election returns from Ohio and ;
Iowa are meagre. A heavy btorm is.
lading east of the Mississippi ami the J
ires are in veiy poor condition. From
it- urns received m t 2 i. in. we con-
fHi. Raary " " J-. d E.-
MOXEY TO LOVA
OS &?AL ESTaTK.
i Any P&rtf de-lrintt to lout money o&r ar?a
rm three to ten year.1 tiro, and the interest
riot payable untu U CM fS
i)ftUyExpr Trains for Omeha Chicago.
KauSs OwVSt. ". and aU poniM rt
f&oh CaiiiFortato lr anapoll". Kl
ganTOumaaPateeeCaniand dy fp Pn
aU thiouuh tnis. and Dining cars east of s-
DIiy Express train for Denver onnetltg
in Union Depot tor all points In Colorado.
-1 ; a .nil tk.ntlr W r Thll ajfi.nt at
est. wiiii aceuery and advantages ' untxjuilefl
v,Mv xi.ut. fLt th Lowest Bate are on -ale at all Ihe import wit station, and baJ
ThrooKb iTteketj at the wwa LV?15n.rrn.tion as to rates, routes r time table wlU
irlU be cbeokd o desttn
to ny areni or t .
.lor Amfm w-r-
I .t it cuucluaivu ReuUUca.f,
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