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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1883.
Iff VOL. 1.
( ' Awaiting our invitation to cull
' j ' but conic sit once and see what wo
l: v V can do for you in the way of up-
I fs'''!hs3 I plying your clothing requirements
" :. . ' ; . . ' . I
i I . n ' - j ft i
t Fall and Winter
Whether 3'our tastes be plain or fastidious, no mutter. Wo Irivo pro
vided liberally fur "both extremes, and also lipase which run be-twt-eii.
Every girn'ient is fold on its own merits.
Our Prices arc tho Very Xowost,
AND SI'EA K
In Scar lots Australian Wool, IFlaxmels
and dedicated flannels.
Good UJzclerwectr at o Oc a Suit
If you would Select your clothing and Gent's Fixings from
the Largest and Finest Stock to be found in this vicinity
CALL OHS1 TJS
W. B. Sole Agents for
J (.NATHAN II ATT .
3eef, Pork, Mutton and Vea
NurrmtorH to A. 4. II TT.
Suptr-L'ured Ham-, IJaeoa, Salt Meats of all kinds, Lard IJolngria,
and all other articles kept in a tirst-class npjal marker.
SAT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Highest MarketLPrice t'aid ior Hides Wooj, Pelts,
Fresh Lake Trout
r nil li:ie
JLargest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBACHS.
No old stock to work
o-x a-s -A.3i
CREW BUILDING, PLATTSMOUTH.
Wilson Bros. Shirts.
J. W. Makthis
and White Fish Erery Thursday
off. The latest patterns tf
THE HIGHEST MIIKET
PUBLISHED DAfLY WD WEEKLY
The Platlsmonlti Herald ?$Mm Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any.part of ibt
IVrWt-ck f 15
I'er Montb t0
Per Veitr.... 7 oo
WEEi.LV. l,y luaU.
j -)m ropy hIx ininlb 1 00
! u-i iiy i.e year a oo
i ('Klairre.t at t e Post Ofic. l'iat!UiOUtli. im
Itpnrl(cH St Ate Ticket.
Jii'tKC of the Supretn Court,
M. U. UEKSE.
For Kcvcnis f the Univfrsity,
M.J.IH LL. (I.iikTc i.u"
JOHN' T. A VLI. VMKU.da Tltih)
J. M III VTr. (Ha rt lonut
K. 1. HOLM lis. (Short Term)
Second Judicial District-
t or Judge of the LMsliU t Court.
K. U IDtNU.
Republican Countv Ticket.
For County Clerk.
JOHN W. JIJNNIXGH.
For Ccunty Treuier,
WM.U. Mi WELL,
J. C. EIKENU VRY.
For County Judge.
of Weeping Water.
For Superintendent of School".
of Stoe Creek.
For Cerk of the IMxirict Court.
of Mt. IUeasniit.
For C'tunty Surveyor.
GKOKUE W. FAIRFIELD,
For County Coroner. -
PERKY P. O ASS,
of riattf mouth.
For Commissioner, Third District,
-of Stove Creek.
'The republican party will carry
Plattsmouth on the sixth of rust
m on Hi."
An appreciative reader ot the
muthly Jonr ial.
ILabkison tiiiTU is ui the opirii n
that jrftr Micliuttl Archer is complete
l'tleceJ as county judge of Cats
Co'iuty, we ouht to build a court
ho we down at Rock Bluff for 4 he con
v-'iiience of his liouor.
Pkrry (ass aud George XV. Fairfield
are not respectable men. fjass is a
ballot box stuffer, and Fairlield is worn
out. Sol Pi cher aud Uncle Billy
Shryock are the typical, respectable,
steutlemeu to (ill their places. This U
not mud it is democratic argument.
Thu citizens of Piatt sruouth will take
notice and govern then. selves accord
ingly. The iu'elligHuce received at the
IIlkali) headqu-rt:rd from every pre--in
t in the c -unry, of th most . as
f.uriu; cl.arac;r. Tlic republican
tit ket is uuiversaily comtneuded and
liigldy spoken of. The nominations
uit tiie pcopir, ihey have coiifjjnce
in th Mitlemcii selected by the Wei
iug WatT eouveution, nd a rousing
Hnj irity iiihv he coiifi h.-ntly expecied
for tlie vvhol tickm.
T iE U-fuUliciu pity of Ca-s coun
ty are thoroughly united and in earnest
f'r their ticket and I he sixth of Novem
ber will prove this assertion. In ad
di inu to lids hie ure many democrats
i ) Ca-s county w ! o it.-.ve coLcluded
; ii.it it is nt their duty to swallow any
kind of a ticket the bosses put up. A
a western "ietuocrat rematkid the other
dv. "We nre uoing ti learu these fel
lo.vs w ho m itiipulated the Loui-ville
; uvctit.on a giid lesson this fall by
meeting the wlioln ticket
The manner iu wmcti Mr. Henry
Ward Heecher peeled the Montgomery
iire-fatiu newspaper defamer the
-her.cveningt upon the occasion of his
lecture iu that city, seems to have ex
cited the admiration of the chivalry of
that section. - The following from the
Atalanta (Gav Constitution, is an evi
dence that Mr. Beecher had courage
enough to employ very plain and em
phatic language towards bis traducer,
which under ordinary circumstances in
that section, would require the inter
vene. n of the shot gun:
"A thiilling scene eccarred at the
opera house t Montgomery night be
fore last at the close of Mr. Beechei's
1-e.tiire. Th p iiier there has bwn very
abus ve of Mr. Becchcr, and it is said
the editor gave instructions that nolh
lag tavorahie to him should be printed.
When he had cou eluded his regular
lecture he said he had something to
say as a matter of personal privilege.
He had been assailed and denounced.
He gave a short review of his career.
dwelling uixri the fact that he had
always ppoed oppression and had fa
vored freedom. He grew eloquent
over his course against slave-y. bu
eaid that iuce the war he had been a
friend io north and aouth alike, and
th t the man who paid he had ever ut
tered ont woKi against either wet ion
wa a "liar! ' Tlie Bcene was dramatic
and the eff c u the audience was sue)
tliHi a I'eateuiDg round of applaitse
wto; up. '
Mr. Allen HresoX has said in his
plain, bluut m inner. Just ho' h couiea
to be nctiug ad conn-el for the Cays
County retard 4nL,V"1Q19'01:(rs HU
now the Herald' adds by way of en
couragement to the managers of tlio
democratic machine, go ahead, gentle
men! the old gentleman will keep you
busy and state several more interest
ing matters for you to ponder over be
fore he gets through with you. Mr.
Beesou is a good lawyer, and every
man of sense in this community, both
democratic and republican will say the.
commissioners of thr count) are lev
el headed men, and sensible nu n, for
t'tupljyimr him. Wo ay .this id the
opiitiou of our citizens, irrespective ut
pat ty, because we iuive lie.ird dozens ot
i hem express thems. Ives upon the mat
ter. Now let us iave something about
It U buld that iluu. Ja.ne M, Pat
terson has been through tho county
trying to rally hia democratic admirers
to the support of Mr. dishing for treas
urer of this county. If some lepubli
can banker of the county would otart
ou a blurring lour with Jud-e Newell,
What a democratic howl it Wuuid rai.se.
At the daiue time the Herald has no
serious oi-jectiuus to the Hon. James
v itiMg hM po'iucjil associates on this
Ulissiou. We have coutideuce enough
ia the good judgmeut-of our Cass coun
ty farmers to believe they need no ad
vice upon this treasurer question and
that Mr. Patterson will find it a task
beyond his persuash e powers to con
viuce even his democra tic followers
that Judge Newell is one of the "ras
cals that must go.
Mr. Patterson appealed to aud re
ceived the support of mauy republicans
when he was a candidate for re-election
to the office of county treasurer, for
their suffrages on the ground that he
had performed the duties of that ofll :e
in an acceptable and cittiiinble man
ner, lnote appeals wuich he matio to
republicans, for Ins re-election to this
identical office, are now rising up to
confuse him when he Is making his
rounds throughout the county, :ukhg
the tame men to turn out of thi-s Qi.ce
a better treasurer and a better officer
than ever James M. Pattersou was;
and in way lug this much, as emphatic
ally as we do, we are not seeking to de
tract one lota from the rtcoicl or good
reputation with which Mr. Patterson
left the county treasurer's office.
llepuoiicans, and we have many of
them in Cass county, who listened to
James il Patterson's appeals for their
support a few years g , will make a
uote of his consi.iteui action now and
piu it n iheir slcevis, in order that in
the luiuie they may never forget it.
Tiiekh: are inu'uy ludependeut voters
in Cass county who lightly wear the
yoKe wf party; who care little tor the
sujej of auy political party; their aini
being, g-reraliy, to ttelect the best men
a id , iO note the general welfare by so
Tueae were the ineu w ho elected -ir.
James M. Puti i&on .our years ago as
treaauier o:' C'a-s coiiutv , bei anno they
CJUaideted he, Mi. Patlersou, Had uiui
a good treasurer aud consequently
should receive the endoemeut of the
coauty ou account of the acceptable
ma iner iu which he uud discharged the
dutus of his office: these meu who
held t':it balance of power at that elec
tion, were by profession, aad affiliation
r,-puiiicaus; ye'., they threw aside tne
ies of party ou that occasion for whu
t iey professed and considered the good
ot the. whole community. Today the.-e
s oik- vo ers are bung importuned by
tho leaders of the democratic party to
r.v fan ihis rule, and that at a lime
when members of their owu pa ty,
g od, trustwtirthy, republican otlcials,
are as&iug ior endorsement, just as
Mr, Patterson did four years ago. The
Herald is gratified to know after
care.ul euquiry, that invariably, thu
cl iss of voters are consistently standing
by their .irofessious oT four years ago.
and are goiug to sustain the nominees
of the republican ticket, and that in
addition to this, mauy independent
democrats are iuteuding to vote for
"the best men" whom they this year
find upon the republican ticket. Ev-
e.y argument worthy of a momeu.'s
c n -doia i n is in favor of he eleciion
of !e'Sr. Jennings Newell, Eikenbary
an I t'te wnoie republican ticket.
T i r aso is for tue election of this
ticket are cogent reasons that appeal to
the honest judgment of our people.
The republican ticket of Cass county is
in he interest of the people, and the
tight is emphatically their tight. It is
a question of in j trities, and let those
majorities be emphatic aud over
Philip B Oixon Def
PliillD K ixoo tlerendant. will take notice
that on 19th dav of October iSM3 Mir lilxou
Dlaintiff herein filed h-r petiiio:i iu the district
Court of Ct-iSCHtitV S a -ucai iaC I'hilip
B. Dixon Diayinir for a divorce tnun the bond
ot man i itfe. iiq 1 li- grounds f de-eriion i,nd
ior the 1 uitoily ot i -eiieia Olxou ;Uil.l 01 p.ain
tin and iefenU:iiit ou re required 10 an
swer aid pvt 1 1 iuu n ur before ibe day
N.iVMiilirr IfKl JlAI l)ISO.
BOSS CLOTHING HOUSE
Is the Place for TOO to Trails.
Our system ot doinir business
will please you. Every article ie
marked in plain figures and sole
on its own merits. No monkey
biz, no jewing, no humbug, no
auction goods, no shoddy goods;
yon get your money's worth -every
time. The latest styles and best
goods obtainable with money are
iu stock, and we will never be tin
dersold by any house, either large
or Fmall, and you will always find
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to gain your solid
custom. Uome and see us.
C E. WESCOTT,
THE liOSS CLOTHIER,
w I Si
2 r: ts-s
C3 W "X
3 a to a
Q, it OJ 3)
A. ViKSSLEY & CO'O
BEST IN THE MARKET.
Made OXXYot Vegetable OV
and Vitro' lice f Tallow,
To induct, housekoerers to give this Soar
a tri.d. WITH EACH bar
WE GTVE A FINE
This oSer I . made for a stort time only
and sho-old b. taken advantage of at OXCZ
Vi'e WARRANT this Soap to do more wash
ingr wMi greater ease than any soap in th
market. li has no EQUAL for use In hard
uad cold wbteqf
YO'JB GROCER HAS IT.
Atithe down-town saloon.
CPI'OSITli THE l'E K.NSgIOUcJll.
Keeps a complete ine of
I 1ST 3S3 S,
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S . OMAHA BEER
and the best brands of Kentucky
(tpitnaitA Perkins Hnii. - - PHTTHMOT fH
K CSU, C.B
Satest. Best and Host Reiiatle .
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Car3,
Elegant Day Ooachea
2 St Louis Trains rauy,
2 Omalia Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Dail?
'.Ate ison Trains Daily,
iwii iTiun9 ior
St Paul, H.nneapohs, Sioux Oitj
. 1 , 1 Sit. 1
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas Citj and St, Paul
WI T HQ U ? CHANGE
All trains run on tmie.connw-tlps for all poin
East West, North & Soutb '
1 icketo for sun t all reculnr tickf t otPce.
ufor.nation reir;irdiii4 rate. tlJie. .c. cheer-
lutly given .y auaiesising
J. F. Barh ard.
A C. Dwu,
Gn'i fnam. Aent.
t&yjl Stite & Hon-oe Sts. CIiicaco
w ill ftn pbtt-' -' -
Bf.NO CA ' ALOVi-S, f
Tie Fail lie
I lIMU'l ! j J
Why 011 Shoultl I'rmlc with
cJzJ t--J Lsi yzs CJ J p
"V'e have an entire New. Stock, Fresh and Clean.
Ronght Strictly for ciu-h-lor money!
We sell strictly far one price t all.
All good are marked in plain fielHirgfrgnres. " -
A child o'atr buy the Kamo price an yimrsel vea. -
The only place where all are treated alike.--
"We guarantee all goods. ' v.
Money chedrfully refunded
We uo business on tlnp popular plan.
Mens heavy winter suits from $5.50 up.
We sell a good overalj for 50c. ' ' '
You will always lind our ricA;s much hulow the market
AVre enjoy the hearty eo '-operation of The people.
Examine our nobdy children's suits for 2.73.
Our low prices are having a telling effect.
Our $10 mens suits are marvels of cheapness..
No Credit no losses. - ;
You save 25 per cent, on every article you buy. m
Our $5 Chinchilla Overcoats are Daisies.
We are the great outfitters of Mankind.
If you want to lie f rented D Honest
ly, Squarly and Fairly f
" - -, .
The only One Price Clothier,
Opposite City Hotel.
A FIXE LOT or
MACKEREL, LABRALOKE HER IIXG, TROUT, WILD WAVE
CODFISH, Aso a choice lot of
LEMONS AITD OaAHCES.
We have a fne stock of
gMQWM FAMEXt Y GBQGEBIES,
Fancy r!in Is of "
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FI OUR.
I have in stoc a JSp lint of
Queens ware, Glassware, JLamps.
S.c. All our goods are se d frc i.
Will Exchange lor Country Prote. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hani "
Next door to Court Ilouse, Plattsmouth, Neb,
M. B. MURPHY & CO.
Dnily Express Trains for Omcba. Chicago.
Kansas City, St. louis. acd all point4 Ka8t.
Through Cars via Peoria to Ind anapolia. Ele
gant Pullman Palace Car and dy coachen on
&U thiomcn trains, and Dining c;vrr al of Mls
ouri river . -
Through Ticket at the Lowest Rate are on tale at al! Ibe Import&Lt ttalloos and bavK7
will be checked destlm-tlon. Any information as to raiee, routes or tln. UbUs will f
cheerfully furuiatied upon appliintion to any wren: or t
p. j. EUSTIS. Geaaiir.cki; leatt Oaaba, Ket.
4f goods are not as reprei-ento?
Daily Express trains for DenTfr coxutum
ia I n Ion Depot for ail points In Colorado. L'taU.
California and the ectfie WeeU The advout ot
Ihi- 'rives the traveler a New Kuute to tb
west, w.tii feoeutry ail advat-ues uaiual64
to o " J
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.'I tiade ooJy.
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