The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, October 29, 1883, Image 1

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t'LATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1883.
NO. L'(0
Fall and Winter wear.
Whether your tastes lie plain or fastidious, no mutter. We have pro
vided liberally for both extremes, ami also those which run bc
tween. Every garment is sold on its own merits.
Our Prices are the Very Lowest,
AND SPEAK 1'OK THEMSELVES.
UNDERWEAR
In Scar lota Australiaxi Wool, Flannels
and Medicated Flannels.
Good Urtcieiwecu cut cOc ct Suit
If you would Select j our clothing and Gent's Fixings from
the Largest and Finest Stock to be found in this vicinity
So
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OPERA HOUSE
JN. B. Sole Agents for
Jonathan' Hatt
Beef. Pork
Mil
Marcesaors to A. . HATT.
tttt JJDQ,TTEi.rr JZIS IFOIEl CHOICE
Sugar-Cured Hams, Bacon, Salt Meats of all kinds, Lard Bologna,
and all other articles kept in a tirst-ela-ss meat market.
1AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL..
The Highest Market-price Paid for Hides Wool, Pelts,
urease,
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Fresh Lake3 Trout" j and White Fish Every Thursday
Morning.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line General Merchandise.
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
Call and Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V WECKBAGHS.
Grace &THeroM
No old stock to work off. The latest patterns cf
GLASS ATTZD GTJEElsrSW.E!
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS. TIIE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMOUTH.
Awaitinir our invitation to cull
lut - m- at once ami see what we
can lor you in tin way of sup
plying your clothing requirements
li.I-
CLOTHING STORE
Wilson Bros. Shirts.
J. W. Maktiiis
ton and Vea
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PLATTSMOUTH HERALD.
rUUMSHKO DAILY ANI WEEKLY
-BY
The Plattsmontli Herald Polishing Co
TBBMS:
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any. part of the
city
I'erWeek 15
1'er Month 0
I'er Year 7 00
NVKKLV. by mail. '
One eopy six inontbi $1 00
One ropy one year 2 00
i;i-K'islf red ;ii t ne Tot t Office. flatUmuutli, an
necouu eia.Hn mailer.
K publican State Ticket.
Judge of the Supreme Court,
M. B. KEESE.
For Kegent of the University,
M. J. II ULL, (Long Term)
JOHN T. MALL A LIEU, (Long Term):
J. M. IIIATT, (Short Term)
K. 1', HOLMES, (Short Term)
SecondJudicial District-
For Judge of the District Court,
S. B. FOUND.
Republican Countv Ticket.
J-'or County Clerk,
JOHN Y, JENNINGS,
of riattsruouth.
For County Treasurer,
WM.H, NEWELL,
of Platteinouth.
For Sheriff,
J. C. EIKENBAHY.
of riatumoutli.
For County Judge,
ICALVIN RUSSELL,
of AVeepingl.'Water.
For Superintendent of Schools,
C'RUS ALTON,
ofStoe Creek,
For Clerk of the District Court.
'SUMNER S. HALL,
of Mt. Pleasant.
For County Surveyor,
IOEORUE W. FAIRFIELD,
of I'lattsmouth.S
For County Coroner,
PERRY P. G ASS,
of Flattemouth.
For Commissioner, Third District,
JOHN CLEMENT.'-,
-of Stove Creek.
The antimonopolist from 'Arbor
Springs Lodge" is out iu a tearful ad
dress, issued "by order" of the demo
cratic state central committee, and di
rected to "Citizen;" in which the vir
the the achievements, and the fame of
the democratic nominee foi Supreme
Judge are pointed out, and the electors
of the state entreated to vte for him
on nonpartisan grounds. This last ef
fusion of the bombastic ring master
from "Arbor Spring" is about a3 thin
as the shadow of Abraham Lincoln's
pigeon soup. The great statesman
from "Arbor Springs" had better con
fine himself to window glass. It occurs
to us, that the famous, world wide, re
nowned nominee of Mr. J. Sterling
Morton's convention ought to be well
enough known to the people of Nebras
ka as not to need that geutleman's cer
tificate of character at this late day in
the campaign. However, silk stock
inged antimonopolists, like the aristo
crat from Arbor Spnn Lodgeg are very
apt to underestimate the intelligence of
the common plebian of Nebraska
The campaign is approaching its
close and doubtless the great mass of
the voters of the State, who vote from
principle, have ere this made up their
minds which ticket they will support.
So far as we have been able to judge,
taking into consideration the advices
received at the headquarters cf the
State central committee, I mm all quar
ters of the State, there will be no fall-
ng oft" in the republican majorities
upon the Stete ticket. The only con
test, which has been in iucipaliy con
tined to the press of tin- State, has been
in r gard to the fitness of the opposing
c.-inii. iat s for Judge of the Supreme
Court, u nil the vacancy caused by
teason of tiie expir&tion of the Hon.
Ueo. Ji. Lake's term The manner of
the nomiiiatioa of Judge Savage was
calculated to excite awl royoke con
siderable discussion. It came, we
might say, in the iap of a distiuct
i lialleuge to the republican party. It
wit brought about it li a flourish of
trumpets and the implied if not direct
assertion that the. most c minent jurist
within the ranks of the democratic
party, and in fact of the profession of
the law within the State, had been
placed before the people lor their suf
frages. After the nomination of Hon.
51. 1J. Reese by i!e republican party
that gentlemau vY;;s sneered at in a
contemptuous manner by the newspa
pers of the State, who were supporting
Judge Savage; and Limitations and
assertions freely indulged in that he
was a briefless barrister, unknown to
the courts and the profession. This
brought forth the record, as it is
termed, of the candidates; their stand
in as practitioners in 1 lie courts; the
character of the litigation which had
been intrusted to either i-entleman as a
practicing attorney in lira practice,
with a comparison of the success at
tending the management of the same
Unfortunately for Judge Savage's
chances r election, this comparison
with the obscure lawyer from Saun
ders county, has shown Mr. Reese the
equal if not the superior of the emin
ent juri:t in point of experience, abili
ty and practice, aud the canvass indi
cates, as it progress, that he will not
only receive the umihI republican vote
without division, lut that in those
sections of the Slate where the anti
inonopoly vote, of one year ago, was
the heaviest, Hon. 51. li. Keese will re
ceive a very large proportion of such
vote. It is difficult, of course,' to esti
mate just what the effect will be on the
vote for Supreme Judge iu those judi
cial districts where dissatisfaction ex
ists over the republican nominations;
but the lies! advices received are to. the
effect that in those loculith a where re
publicans are dissatisfied with the
nominations for tke district bench the
scratching will le confined almost en
tirely to the district judicial ticket.
jWith any thing like a fair vote on
the Cth of November, we predict a ma
jority of ten thousand and upwards for
Judge Reese and the State ticket.
The Cass county democracy are hav
ing a serious time of it, trying to con
vince republicans that it is their duty
to desert the nominees upon their ticket
and vote for democrats. A few years
ago, Uncle Enos Ilurger, one of the
most responsible residents of Rock
Bluffs precinct, was the republican
nominee for the office of couuty treas
urer against Mr. John C. Cummins, the
democratic candidate; and republicans
well remember the campaign of slander
and abuse that was indulged in by our'
democratic opponents against Mr. Bur
ger, on the ground that he was uot the
legal owner of the farm upon which he
resided, the deed to the same being in
the name of his worthy wife. Demo
crats who knew 5Ir. Burger to be a
straight-forward, careful, prudent man
in the management of his private af
fairs, (perfectly honest and reliable,
joined in the "hue and cry" that it
would not do to elect a man to the re
sponsible office of county treasurer who
was not a free holder of th county.
n vain Jlr. Burger's friends explained
that Enos Burger came to Bock Bluffs
in good circumstances and engaged in
business in that town, that having ac
quired the homestead where he now
resides, and, being iu poor health, he
caused the legal title to the same to be
placed in his wife's name, considering
that he was prudently providing for
ler in case of financial disaster to him
self or in case of his health failing him
entirely, nevertheless, this "hue and
cry" did very largely contribute to his
defeat. One year ago, Mr. Ed "Woolcy,
one of our very bejt young men who
lad been elected superintendent of our
common schools, and who had dis
charged the duties of that office with
satisfaction to the people, was a nomi
nee ot the republican party for the
legislature, yet, Mr. Wooley, like Mr,
Burger, was traduced, . misrepresented,
and defeated, mainly upon the ground
that he was a young man, not suffic
iently identified with our interests,
and did not own real estate in the coun
ty. 4 At that election, republicans,
many of them, permitted themselves to
be influenced by these arguments and
deserted their ticket to vote for such
distinguished antimonopolists as Dan
iel S. Draper and the democratic nomi
nees. This year the tables are turned,
and we behold our democratic ring
masters cracking the whip over these
same independent republicans, order
ing1 them to vote for the democratic
ticket, a majority of whose nominees
are not as heavy property owners or
tax payers as 5Ir. Ed Woo'ley, soma of
whom do not even have their names
upon the tax lists of the county. The
Herald is not intending by this com
parison the least criticism upon these
gentlemen because they are not large
property owners, or are not rich iu this
world's goods; but we simply wish to
bring home to our independent repub
lican voters, the beauty and consisten
cy of the democratic aigumeuts which
have hereto.fore influenced them iu vot
ing against good republicans, and in
soui- instances for some "mighty mean
democrats; and we ask these independ
ent republicans to remember the argu
ments AJr. James M. Fatterson and
the democratic leaders urged upon
them in these past campaigns we have
mentioned, and compare them with the
present importunities of these same
wily politicians
Verily, we may be permitted to add,
'Oh, consistency! thou art a jewel."
ERNST WAGNKR
' Practical Architect.
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SUPERINTENDENT
ARCHITECTURAL W ORK A
SPCCIAXTY-
tU:n aul HeeiAsatioat will be carefully
sarrled.out, and full attention will be given aa
to safety and durability.
LESSOXS OS PAlrfTlXG
.VWater Colors, Crayon .and PenciL
ff.ee over Solomon Nat an' store. Main it
WESCOTT'S
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Is the Place for YOU to Trade.
Our bVttem ot doing business
will please you. Every article is
marked m plain figures and sold
on its own merits. i monkey
biz, no jewing, no humbug, no
auction goods, no shoddy goods
you get your money's worth every
time. The latent styles and best
goods obtainable with money are
in stoelc, and we will never be 1111
dersold by any house, either large
or small, and you will always find
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to train vour solid
custom. Come and see us.
C. E. WESCOTT.
TIIE KOSS CLOTUIEU,
IiocJcwood Block.
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Safest. Best and. Most ReiiaMe
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Cara,
Elegant Dav OoacLes
2 Si Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
Z Ate . ison Trains Daily,
1 wo . jiriiius lur
St Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux City
pji it ti nirtti-vest, with
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City and St. Panl
WITHO UT CHANGE
All trains run on'tinie.connectinK for all fpoln
East West, North & South
licKeta ior sine ax an reeuiar ucxei omcea,
nforitiation regarding rates", time. &c. cheer-
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MIKE SCHNELLBACHER,
BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING & WAGON KEPAIRINC
All Kinds of Farm implements UMeA vitl
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mulc& Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
JsTIEW SIHIOIP
a Klttn St. between Main ana Vine Street
nor ufiui 10 inrni from thfl MtV HKiLA I
Ill Fail Line
if ywm
Why Yon Should Trade with
THE OISTE-DPiICEi CLOTHIERl
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AVe have an entire Xtw Slock, KitpIi and Clean.
Uoulit Strictly lor ea.slif'or money!.
AVe sell strictly far one jn ico ti all
All goods nrc marked in plain selling lignrew.
A child can hny the same price as yoiirnelves.
The only place where all are treated alike.
We guarantee all goods.
Money cheerfully refunded if goods are not as represi
"Wc do business on the popular plan.
Mens heavy winter suits from .sr.ro m,.
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we sen a good overalj lor 50c.
You will always find our prices much below the market
We enjoy the hearty co-operation of the people.
Examine our nobdy children's suits for 32.75.
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 buv.
Our 5 Chinchilla Overcoats are Daisies.
We are the great outfitters of Mankind.
If yon want to
ly, Squarly
Go
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The only One
PLATTSMOUTH, 2722 Z3.
Opposite City Hotel.
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A FIXE LOT OK
MACKEREL, LA BRA DO RE UEPJilNO, TROUT, WILD WAVB
COD FISH, Abo a choice lot of
- XjEazoits aits ohaces.
We have a Gne stock of
FAM1MY GROCERIES,
Fancy ran 1 of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MIS30UKI FlOUR.
I have in etoi a Cue line 'if
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
&e. All our goods are ne Ufieat .
Will Eicliaiip ior Country Proclnce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hani
Kext door to Court Ilouse, Plattsmoutb, Neb,
iid&52w3m Mm B MURPHY & CO.
EASTWARD
Kansas City. St. Louis, and all points fcaJit.
Through Cars vi Peoria to Indianapolis. Ele
gant ruliraaa raiace L-itm aim uvy .
all thionjta trains, and Dining cara east oi Mis
souri river. .
Through Tickets at the Lowest Rates are on sale at all lhe important nation, and baegaz
will he checked to destinetion. Any information as to rates, routes or tuns) tables will
fnmi.liAfl iiwin annlisa.tiiiB to anv airent or ta
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be treated Honest
and Fairly
To
Price Clothier,
WESTWARD
Daily Exprew trains for Denver connecting
in Union Deiot for all points In Colorado, Utaa.
California and the entire Weit. The advent of
this line give the traveler a New Koute to tb
West, with scenery and advantages uuequaled
elsewhere.
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