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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1883)
'LATTSMOUTII, NERUASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1833.
Public Spirit for Trade
ur method are to interest you in our good clothes. We be-
the let is none too rood. where it can he mirehased at si inoder-
English Corkscrew Suits and Overcoats.
Woiihl vm eniov heeinir soinethiiiLT niet ' Then call, when passimr.
something nicvi Then
ami examine our
hardly know how to describe them, there ar so many; hut if you
have hut $2.00 to spend lor si child's suit, and 1.75 tor an
overcoat, we can supply your wants.
ndershirts and Drawers
FOR 75 Cts.
ne a no: we
serve you so we
n aiu uuu
Beef. Pork, Mutton and Vea
MnrccMHorH to A. . IIATT.
HEATJQITKTEES ZFOIE2, CHOICE
Sugar-Cured Hams, Bacon, Salt bleats 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 Line General Merchandise.
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBAGHS.
Grace & ThieroM
No old stock to work off". The latest patterns cf
C3- LASS JsJNID Q,TJEB1TSWAE;E
FJ.QUU AND PROVISIONS. THE HIGHEST MARKET PllICE
PAID FOIt COUNTRY PRODUCE.
DREW BUILDING, PJLATTSMOUTH.
11 that vou will always trade at
J. W. Marthis
1't'IU.IMHEI) IAILY AND WKKKLY
Tbe Plattsmcnth Herald Publishing Co
1JAII.1 , .1Hivti-1 by rsrn. r to any part f the
Per Week $ 15
I'er Month no
ivr Year 7 00
WEEKLY, by thall.
One copy it months $1 00
One ropy oue year 2 00
leistered at tne Post Office, Flaltaiuoutb,
second class matter.
Ilepiiblican State Ticket.
Iiulxe of tlie Supreme Court,
M. B. REESE.
For Regent of the University,
M. J. II ULL, (Long Term)
JOHN T. MALLALIEU, (Lons Ter.M)
J. M. HI ATT. (Short Term)
Ii P. HOLMES, (Short Term )
Second Judicial District
For Judge of the District Court,
S. B. POIND.
Republican Countv Ticket.
For County Clerk,
JOHN W. JENNINGS,
For County Treasurer,
J. C. EIKEXBARY,
For County Judge,
of Weeping Water.
Fbr Superintendent of Schools,
For Clerk of the District Court.
SUMNER S. HALL,
of Mt. Pleasant.
For County Surveyor,
IGEORUE W. FAIRFIELD,
For County Coroner,
PERRY P. GASS,
For Commissioner, Third District,
of Stove Creek.
Nellie Swanson the oor Swede
girl who has been incarcerated in our
common jail for some weeks on the
charge of infanticide was set" tree by
tlie grand jurj.which has just been in
session in Cass county. We arc not in
tbnucd what the nature of the testi
mony was, which was adduced before
that body of gentlemen; 5 -at we enn
say to each member the:t f that the
people of thi community most hearti
i!y endorse their action in the premises
raid the Hicrald wants to s.iy, further,
well done gentlemen ; in refusing to or
der the further prosecution of this
poor friendless girl you have shown
that there is an enlightened Christian
spirit in the breasts ot the citizens ot
Cass county which is an honor to the
community in which we livo.-- .
. District Attorney Strode, and
tbe Grand Jury of Cass county, which
has just been discharged, deserve espe
cial praise for the prompt and speedy
manner in which they disposed of the
criminal matters of Ihc canty at the
present term of court occupying but
two days of the term in their delibera
tions. We are informed that in this
short space of time the jury considered
much important business, disposing of
each case as it came up with prompt
ness and dispatch, keeping in mind
that the tax payers of the county were
footing the bills.
Foreman Bobbit proved the right
man in the right place, and with 3Ir.
Strode's assistance Mr. B bbit and his
jury will be gratefully remembered by
the people of this coanty for the example
they have set to future grand juries by
the speedy dispatch of the public busi
ness entrusted to them.
Citizen seems to have "struck his
gait" like "Jav Eye See." If there is
anything in the world that Citizen can
come out 6trong on it is a cold secret.
So far as the Herald is concerned it
cares nothing about this attack upon
our Board of Cass county Commission
ers, as it is satisfied the truth and the
whole truth was told the Herald as
published in our columns the other
day, it some individual is disgruntled
because tbe commissioners failed to
Consider his bid, we cannot help it.
Mr. Beeson and the county commis
sioners of this county are trutlif til
men; they do not expect to conduct the
business of Cass county on the plane
that Mr. Citizen occupies, nor do they
intend perpetrating a swindle of $253
upon the county; and when Citizen
writes two or three columns of stuff
to create such an impression, he is re
setting to means beneath the notice of
intelligent men. aud his attempt to no in
jure these gentlemen will only result
in increasing the merited contempt of.
all well thinking people towards him-!
We notice tbe Auburn Post, one of
the brigh'.cyt weeklies In the South
Platte country, in quoting the Platts
mouth Herald on the nomition of
Hon. J. II. Broady, by the anti-mouops
of the First (fighting) judicial district.
makes U3 rsfer to Mr. B, a9 "Old
Broad y." This is a t) pographical ei ror
of course. The HuiALD alluded to
the "Little (iiaiit," of Xemahu, as t-ur
"old friend liroady,'' and it seems the
Post, amid the binoke of the judicial
conflict down there, has lost th
"friend'' which places the IIkkald in
the piewicuuH nt ot alluding to a gen
tleman it respects very highly, lor his
many good qualities of heart am
brain, in a vulgar manner, which we
should dislike to employ towards any
gentleman; at the same time xvr don't
like to see I3ro. JJroady masquerading
us an an ti-monopolist: it uou l look
pretty for a rock rooted democrat of
the strict school, like the "Little Giant"
It might dj for the whilom gladiator
from Arbor Springs Lodge, but for
plain, homely, old fashioned, honest,
democrats like Messrs. Broady or Hin-
man, it is very bad, and we must I c
permitted to enter our solemn protest
against such "goius on."
LORD COLERIDGE'S VISIT.
Lord Coleridge does scant justice to
himself when he depreciates the utility
of his American tour. "I am not fool
ish enough," he remarked to his New
York audience, "to think that anything
"that I have said or done could in any
way increase the sacred friendship
"between England and the United
States." He is wrong. The. visits he
has paid to American cities and the
series of speeches made by him have
tended to strengthen the ties which
bind together in international comitv
the two great sections of the English-
speaking world. The hospitality which
he so generously acknowledges nas
prowotea goou-ieeimg. ujs manliness
ot bearing has commanded respect, his
breadth of mind aud intelligent appre
ciation of what is characteristic in the
genius of American institutions have
removed predjudice, and Ins frankness
and heartiness haye created a new
feeling of confidence.
It niay be doubted if any other En
glishman visiting America ever made
so good a speech as that delivered by
ord Coleridge at the Academy ot
Music. "It was trunk, sincere, broad-
minded, elevated in tone, keen in anal
ysis, eloquent at times, and apprecia
tive and hearty all the way through.
Yet he displayed great critical acumen
u discriminating betven what is nc-
titious or accidental in national pros
perity, and what should be the real
sources of pride and exultation. Am
ericans arc more sensible tnau tney
were when Mr. Dickens travestied their
vainglorious traits. They are no long
er a nation ot uraggaris. isut tney
have not ceased to glory in the signs of
their material prosperity the extent
of their territory, their population
warming from every land under the
uu, and the enormous masses o: eapit-
aV'whitli they have accumulated. Lord
'oleridge tells them that the si.e does
not mean anything; that euormotu im-
grration is not an unmixed good:
that the colcssal fortunes of the few are
less impressive than the prosperity of
the many, which he finds here to a
greater extent than in England; and
that it is the manhood which Las been
shown in the anti slavery struggle and
in the sacrafices of the civil war that
makes the American nation "truly,
nobly aud indisputably great."
.Not only is Lord Coleridge acute in
his criticism aud sympathetic and gen
erous in his praise, but he is compre
hensive in his judgement. He confess
es that he has a decided preference for
English methods in matters of legal
procedure and in other respects; but he
is not so obstinately English, o blind
ly insular in his views, as to exclude
the possibility that Americans are also
right, in their very different, circum
stances aud from their own pojnt of
view. "Each coiwtry," he remarks
"philosophically, "is in a certain sense
,the complement of the other. Each
"has its own way of going on, and there
"is plenty of room in the world for
both of n." His honesty in avowing
himself a Radical, who admh'63 and
supports Mr. Gladstone, but finds him
self more commonly in agreement with
Mr. Bright than with any one else in
English politics, endears him to tbe
affections of an American audience.
Here, too, Mr. Gladstone's political gen
ius and intellectual attainments are ad
mired, and the immense services which
he has rendered to English civilization
are appreciated. He appeals to the
minds of Americans, but not to their
hearts: for they cauuot forget that he
was not on their side in the great cri
sis of their history. John Bright's
name is the one to conjure with here;
for he above all other Englishmen has
tnade it easy for Americans to love as
well as honor England.
CITY SHOEING SHOP
I am goiog to do all.kind? of' shoeing, and
do Carriage.and Wogon work. Repnaliig and
ow work done to.orJer : now is your time to
patroiiize me. Sbop on Washington Avenue
tVGood Satisfaction Guaranteed.
FUmwouth. 2eb. '
Is the Place for YOU to Trade.
Our frVfftem ot doii: bu.-nu'r
will l.loasi vou. Kverv article i
markeil in ilain ii-Mireri and poU!
on its own merit. No inonkev
biz. no ievinr. no liumuuir. no
auction oods, no shoddy goods:
you get your money's worth every
time. The latest Btyles and best
aroods obtainable witu monev are
in stock, and we will never be un
dersold by any house, either large
or small, and you will always fand
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to erain vour eona
custom. Come .ind see ue.
C. E. WESCOTT.
' THE BOSS CLOTHIER,
Rock wood Block.
K CSt. J., anil G.B
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Cara,
Elegant Dav Coaches
2 St. Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily, .
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
Z Ate i ison Trains Daily,
St Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux Cit
a r;Vvev,. vvit'i
Pullman Sleeping Gar?,
Between Kansas City and St. Panl
AH trains run on time. connecting for all point,
East West, North & South
iickfih tor stale hi mi regular iickci uuiurn,
nfonnatlon regarding ratf , time, &c. cheer
ully given cy addressiug
J. F. BAHNARD.
C. Dawks. lieu'l Siipt
(ien I l'ass. Auent.
C, A. 17RI32.EY 8c CO'O
BEST IN THE MARKET.
Made OJfXJTot Vegetable Oil
audlyure Heel Tallow,
To induce, housekeepers to giro this Soap
a trial. WITH EACH BAR
WE GIVE A FINE
This ofler i i made tor a short time only
and should bt taken advantage of at ONCE.
Wo WARRA.N? thl3 Soap to do more wash
la; with greater ease than any soap In the
market. I; has no EQUAL for use in hard
and cold water.
YO'lR GROCER HAS IT.
B3anwfooturrs of Standard IjuuMlr
aa TiUt Soaos.
TC, KTC., ETC."
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BUEIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
IS NOW KKAUV iroii 6KKV1CK.
With many thanks for (last patronage. I
Invite all to call and examine my
LABGE STOCK OF
31 tf. FLRNTFHR A!V COrrlXM
AtS'ih down-town saloon.
CTPOSITE THE PERKINS3UOUSE,
Keeps a complete inejof
WI 3XT 2E3 S,
AND CIGARS, liOTTLElV HEFll,
ALE AND PORTER, '
KEUG'S OMAHA BEER
ana the best brands of Kentucky - '
Opposite IVrkina Hoinm. - Pl.ATTSMrrCH
Oar l.r;e (.AKORX tlVXDr
dex-rihitiir CoU'a KtiiatU Oil ,
U Mmtlvt Fn tm All. Wt
ffi-r lh Jjite.-t XortUvei a
XEEDPUTlMEI.I'nra rv. r.
auti W Heal, and the ttft ColUeltom ot Veiretabl".
Ki..wr, Oraioand TmMKGU, KvervthlnrbteKimL
M4nu IOLE RtUk DvlqM fKlXA. 1W
m Fffli Li
Our Big New Stock
Came for Uargain Hunters in Every Department.
IPriccm tht ODtlicrs Will
BpIHME JOpTT, Meet.
Critical and economical buyers this is adlicat Opportunity ami
the Glorious IJesult will more than 1'lcase You. Jlcmember every
purchase you make ol us this season shall he
Our assortment is immense, and it is
A Hard Crowd "We Cannot Please.
Ouu Low and One Price System is
for our competitors, but a i;reat
far the Largest, Newest and BEST
ever ehwn in
1'hittsmouth. Visitors Welcoiui'. No troiibh- to t-how
THE OZSTE-IOE CLOTHIER.
Blake's Xew Building, Opposite City Hotel.
A FIXE LOT OK
MACKEREL, LABRADORE IIERRING, TROUT, AVILD WAVB
COD FISH, xso a choice lot of
ZiS2OXTS XT33 OEAI? CSS.
We have a fine stock of
mxE F&mmY groceries,
Fancy rands of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FIOUR.
I hve In etoc a fine line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
&c. All our goods are ne d freah.
Will Exchange lor Country PMnce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hanf
Next door to Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb,
ndAMwsm Mm B MURPHY & CO.
Daily Kxpre Trains for Omha. rhi.'aijo,
Kana City, St. Louis, aud all poiiiti Ka.HU
ThroiiKl) Cant via Fnoria to Indianapolii. Ele
gant Pullman Palace Cars and dvy ooachet on
all thiou)th trains, and Diuius carseattt oi Vls
' Through Tickets at the Lowest Kate are on sale at all Hie important statious. and bac
will bo checked to dantiiietlou. Any iufonnaUon as to rate, routes or tune tables will I
cheerfully furnished upon application to any seent or to . .
. -, i - P.E. EIJSTia QcneralTlckAt Aan o
'I Jit' Jlcst, 'I'lic .Most Coiiilct; ami
oortunity lor you. We have t
stock of Mens' Youths' Dovs ana
Dally F.xpr" train for Denver conutciK
in Union leot lor all points in Colorado. ITUUt.
California and tue iiifre Weat. The advrut cf
this lino tit-H the traveler a New Koute to tb
West, with scectry and advantages uoeuuld
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