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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1883)
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t'LATTSMOUTII, NE lilt ASK A, FRIDAY EVENING,
A Public Spirit for Trade
GOlNO ON AT THE
I'tlU.ISIIEI) DAILV AND WEEKLY
The Plattsmontt Herald Publishing Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any.part of the
PerWeek 1 ii
per Year ;;;;;; w
WEEKLY, by mall.
One copy tlx months i oo
One copy oue year 2 00
BteKistered at ue Post OCce, PlatUinouth. as
second class matter.
Onr methods are to interest vou in our "ood clothes. AVe ie
lieve the best is none too good, where it can be purchased at a nioder
English Corkscrew Suits and Overcoats. -
Would you enjoy seeing something nice? Then call, when passing
and examine our
We hardly know how to describe them, there ar so many; but if you
have but 2.U0 to spend for a child's suit, and 1.75 for an
overcoat, we can supply your wants. '
Undershirts and Drawers
FOR. 75 Cts.
('ome and we will serve you so well that 3-011 will always trade at
HOUSE CLOTHING STORE
Lawyer Sorenberoer, of Waboo,
has decided that inasmuch as Col. Sav
age's friends in Omaha have "been
backwards in coming -forward" with
the Col.'s record as a lawyer he Sor
enberger will assist them. Mr. Sor
enberger proves a lively and spiey bi
Is the Omaha Judicial District
Judges AVakely and Neville are named
for the two district judges upon a non
partisan ticket. In. other words the
democrats and republicans of that dis
trict nave agreed upon these two gen
tlemen for their district judges. The
choice is excellent ; the men are good
lawyers and make good judges.
Eicn fleeting day the Omaha Bee re
minds its democratic readers, that
Hon. M. 13. Reese has no record as a
union soldier, hence he is unfit for a
place upon the supreme bench of Ne
braska. Mr, Tobe Castor. Dr. Geo. L.
Miller, Alex Bear, Col. William II.
Munger, Dr. Jno. Black and dozens
Tiik Greenbackers of Cas county
arc cordially invited by the democratic
parly, of this county, to step up and
place their mite in the democratic con
tribution box. If 'you will do this.
g-ntlemen, Mesais. Peter, K. Rufluer,
Daniel S. Draper, Basil S. linuisi-y, and
other similar democratic managers will
permit you to place some good fellow
on the ticket for County Clerk or Coun
ty Judge to be knocked out of time .No
vember sixth. These ofliccs 3'our dem
ocratic brethren care not for, nor ex
pect to get; hence the hour apples
which hang so hi-jh that the democratic
step ladder can never reach them, are
tendered to you, our Greeut ack friends.
You of course undei stand that this
democratic party takes no stock in ei
ther your soft money views or cumer
cally small organization in Cass coun
ty. Your hundred, and fifty or two
hundred and fifty votes, are what this
democratic party need, -and waut, in
Cass county. If you will help,-aid and
assist in electing Mr. Cushing, of the
First Nationul Bank of Plattsmoutb,
to the office of County Treasurer, and
Mr. Silas Patterson as Sheriff, and W.
C. Sho waiter as District Clerk, and
some other good democrat as County
Superintendent of schools, that is all
the democratic party expect or want
of you. at this election. In return for
all this, the names of a couple of your
members will be permitted to go upon
this ticket for places that the demo
cratic party do not expect to get Sor
themselves, or the Greenback party ei
ther, and in return you will have the
satisfaction, at least, of attempting to
place democrats in office in Cass county
Friendly Greeubackers of Caas coun
ty, the fusion has already been effected
You may not be aware of It; you yiay
Tie Fit Li
K C SI. J., and (LB
Safest. Best anil Most Reliable
LINP IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ting Car3,
ElfjiaTit Day Ooachea
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
i Ate: ison Trains Daily,
Two k Train for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Sionx Citj
V l ill i 1 . t 1 ( rt i-voit. wit'i
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas city and St. Paul
WIT HO U X C HANG E
All trains run 011 time, connecting lor all .'point,
East West, North & South
Ticket tor sale at all resular ticket ofllee.
lifonnatloo recardlni; rate, time, A.c. chelr-
luny given cy aumeHiiig
J. F. BauVwiii.
A C. Dawf.s, UenM Hupt.
lieu 1 rasa, Aeaut.
1 ru nmrrnTn
ULU mill IT
Is the Place for YOD to Trade.y
The Ni'Wot, Tlie lli-jrt, Tlie Must Complete :ml
-DB3ST IF Ala T11IIJE VJUtJEAJFJEfflZ.
: . ......
Our Big Hew Stock
IIunterH-j'n. Every Department.
JPricef that dDthcrs Will
Critical anl economical buyers tln'.s is adreat Opportunity ami
the Glorious Rcsirlr-wiH'moro than Pleno ton. licr.iri.;i.r ,.v,.,.v
imrcliase you make of us this season hliall l.c . . -
iL BLOY Ala BABGAlIfff
"Our afctOi tiucMit is iiiiiMcns,Vfrn'it
A Hard Crowd--Wt ' Cannot
Ouu Low and One IVIcjj System is
Our system of doing-" Uusiness
will please- vou. Ever' article is
I - . . I . . . , I J -. 4 . , , . .... . . I n.M I Tl it- HUM I. ..A . . L . . i 1 11-
inuiKuu 111 juitui iimua uiiu buiu I vui LumjiuuiiM nui n jru.ii (joruiiiiiy ior you. We Ji:iC- lV
on its own merits. iNo monkev I iar the .Largest, JNeweet and JJhST stock of Mens' Youths' liovs 'ntul
biz, no jewing, no humbug, no I chihlrcn's.
auction goods, 110 shoddy goods;
more of our mossbacked democratic not have been onsulted about It; that vou get yOUr m0Hey's worth every
time. Ihe latest styles and best
warriors throughout the state, will
plcise take notice, of this important
democratic peequlaite which Mr. Reese
lacks, and govern themselves accord
J. "W". -Martuis
eef.Pork, Mutton and Vea
HucreMNora to A. O. HATT.
HEADQITAETBES FOtt CHOICE
Sugar-Cured Hams, Iiacon, Salt Meats of all kinds, Lard Bologna,
ami all other articles kept in a first-class meat market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Highest Market Price Paid ior
Fresh Lake Trout and White Fish
Hides Wool, Pelts,
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line General Merchandise.
-Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBAGHS.
Grace & TMoroM
No old 6tock to work off. The latest patterns cf
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMOUTH.
TnE supreme court of Nebraska ia in
session this week, handing down opin
ions already agreed upon, and prepared,
reading and discussing . records
and deciding cases; despite . the vast
amount of work accomplished - by the
three judges of this court, they And the
ten judicial districts are niliusr the
work up faster than the court can dis
pose of the same. The rapidity with
which the Nebraska reports are accu
mulating is, cf itself, sufficient evidence
f the amount of labor performed ' by
our supreme court.- The state of Ne:
braska has already reached 'that point
where an increase of the judges of the
supreme court will have to be provid
13, prooaniy, noc necessary, lou win
find iLout after your democratic friends
have perfected the arrangements, or
ganized the pool, and established the
rates, that will be time enough for you
fellows who really have no in teres c in
this matter, other than to help fill up
the ticket for appearance sake, and the J
sake of a few democrats. All that i9
necessary for you gentlemen to do, is
to walk up to the polls on election clay
and and ratify this back door arrange
Certainly, gentlemen, walK right up
10 the captain's office, and the transfer
will be made and the goods delivered.
goods obtainable witn money are
in stock, and we will never be nn
dersold by anyhouse, either large
or small, and you will alwajs linu
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to era in, vour solid
enstom. Come and see us.
C. E. WESCOTT.
. THE BOSS CLOTTIIEH,
Rockwood Clock. ;
Day before yesterday, our democrat
ic brethren "were nursing'tbeir wrath
to keep it warm." Ohio had been
heard from, the political horoscope was
dark for . democracy. "The clouds
rolled by" during that twenty-fonr
hours and from their "Cave: of gloom''
our mossbacked friends emerged with
beaming countenances. To witness this
transformation in bur political oppo
nents and neighbors is so enjoyable a
sight that the pleasure of i brushes
away the unpleasant regrets we might
otherwise be tempted - to Indulge i
over the mistaken Ohio taea as ex
pressed at the polls in that state on the
0th instant. It makes us glad to see
our democraticfriends glad,and we re
gret that it becomes our unpleasant
duty as a public mentor to interrupt
their bubbling happiness and enjoy
ment long enough to caution them not
to forget that truthful and wise adage
that, "All is not gold that glitters," anl
to further admonish thes?, our friendly
opponents, that oftentimes supposed
Victories when examined in the light of
succeeding events prove oaly disasters
to those who triumph.
ACoLD DAY FOR HIM
lucre is uol in JNebrajka a newpu
per which last lett year ihe republican
party to join the auti-monppolists,
which this year supports Judge Sav
borne days ago the Eee attempted to
counteract the wholesale desertion of
the anti-monompoly republican pa
pers by refering contemptuously to
two or three of the more prominent-
examples, and intimating that they
constituted the total loss. Mr. Rose-
water's whistle iu the political grave
yard which, happily, he at present in
habits, will not have the eflect of con
vincing anybody that he is keeping his
couraee .11 n.
It is a coid day for the editor of the
a-rc., etc., et;
Of All Description.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for canh
MY FINE HEARSE
MATT ARHH) CAPS,-
ever shown in J'lattniiu.uth. VMi..r- Wl-..in No 1 rouble )iov
crtu f ;
".Wake's Xew IhiiMiu, Oj.jo
-ifo Cilv I To! el.
REESE VS SAVAGE-
A correspondent of the Omaha Re
publican writes an amusing review of
the supreme court record of Judg Sar
age during his eight years of practice
in Omaha. - He had five small cases in
the highest court daring those years,
three of which he lost. This some
what invidious review was called out
by the silly attacks on M. Ii. Reese, as
to his practice before the supreme
The fact that the time of Mr. Reese,
during his practice in Nebraska, has
mostly been occupied bv his duties as
district attorney from 'TC to '82 easily
eccounts for his infrequent appearance
at the bar of the supreme court, in a j
way very complimentary to himself.!
If appeals bad been taken from con
victions 10 the court below, secured bv
him, he would have been . obliged to
practice a good . deal there. But no
such appeal seems to have been takeu, ;
leaving the record exceedingly credit-,.;
able to him. Tho.se Hpp- als are in '
nine cases out of tea based upon al-j
leged error in the preparation and ;
presentation of the case by the district
For the time he was engaged In can
eral practice, Mr. Reese shows a more
extensive record in the supreme court
than bis competitor, and kocording to
the test of the Herald and its tail, the
Bee, ought to be elected on his merits
as a lawyer irrespective of "partisanship.
ACAINST JUDGE REESE-
M. B. Reese is unfit for Supreme
1st. Because he has never "sot on
2d. Because he never "fit in the
3d. Because he never' practiced law
in the immediate neighborhood of the
4. Because he is a republican.
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the
slxtli day 01 Aovemoer avxi in
nrrinot in Onjxi auntv. Nebraska, there will
be an election held for the purpose of electing
the following ofacerX0-wl :
iin. iniicr. nf t li mitireme court.
One judge of the district court for the 2nd
Two regent of the university of Nebraska,
for full term.
One regent of the university of Nebraska, to
fill unexpired term of Isaac Powers, resigned.
One regent of the university of Nebraska,
to fillthe unexpired term of L. B. L ineia, re
signed. One County Clerk.
One County Treasurer.
One County Jukge.
One Clerk of District Court.
One Super! nteadent of Public Instruction.
One County Surveyor. r i
One Couuty Commissioner for Third Dis
trict. one Assessor, (In each precinct.)
Two Justices of the Peace in eace preclnci.
Two Constables in each precinct.
ThJre Judges of Klection In each precinct.
lwo Clerks ot Klectlon in each precinct.
One Overseer of Public Highways in ech
Koad district. ..,..
V bich election shall be opened at eight
o.clock in the morning, and will continue ope
until six o'clock in the afternoon ot the rame
lated this 10th day of October. A. D. 1883.
J, W. Jennikob.
Cas County, Febraska,
IS NOW READY IOR SESVaCF.
With many thanks for past patronage.
invite all to call and examine my
LAKGE STOCK OP
31tf. FLRNTI'IR AXO COFKIXH
J". I. TTlsTZRCTIEa:,
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS.
and all kinds of goods usually kept In a
LAFE (NEIL, PropW.
ttf KnttoiL Fcrt Yeal CMte.&d
Constantly on band.
Also, all kinds ot UA.3XE in season, sod ev
erything kept In a
FIRST-CLASS MEAT SHOP
lowest possible rates., '
FIRST CLASH FlK.ltTlKE HTOKE
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods,
Metallic&WoOuGnCofflns Caskets Sales'-
Our New and elegant hearse is always In -
Remember the place, in UNION
BI.OCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
2ui3 . u wr.i j:ir i. nfb
At.the down-town saloon. '
OPPOSITE THE PERKlNSfilOUSE,
Keeps a complete ine ot
35Jir. 3NT 3E3 S,
AND CIGARS, BOTTLEDJ BEER,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and the best brands of Kentuckv
Oupoiitn Parkin Hoijhw. -. Piuttmtui.
l43t"' fe to .mi. vp.
Ud WiriL, auJ the Bint Ct4Uct of VtAbto
A FINK LOT OK
MACKEREL, LABRADORE HERRI X(i, TROCT, WILD WAYfc
COD FISH, Aso a cl.oico lot of
ZiSlVCOlTS ORAK CES.
We have a Cne stock of ' v
MIJ2 FAMILY GRQOJSMIES,
Fancy rands bf '
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FIOUR.
1 have In ftoc a fine line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
' Ac. All our goods are ne dlic-rh.
Will Exchange Ior Conntry Produce. Linseed Oil Heal Always on Hanf
Next door to Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb,
M. B. MURPHY & CO.
Him ti a
ttdHy Eiprens Trains for Omuba. Chicago.
Kauas t'ity, ht. I-ouls. ami all points hast.
'Xbroueh Cars via Peoria to Iudiau&iolit!. tic.
faut FuUirrao Palace Cars aud dy coaches on
all tbionicb tntius, and Inning cars east of AU
Caliloruia a.:.l ibr cd!i Weft. J .f aflvVut oi
ibis i hue Khm l'i tiav.-Ier a ,V-- i;iTle to tb
Through Tickets at the Lowest lUtr are on sale at all Ihe ImnortAni t-.,;' j
will b cbecked to dectlnetioa. Any lfor-tlo m -to ratei. routed or u',af I iBn,!
ctreerttoity hirsts uyos spi!5u5s t" tV roule r tuan uiUl.s s.
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