The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, June 19, 1884, Image 1

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1LA.TTSM01JTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 181.
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JOSEPH V; WECKBACH.
DEALKit IN
Oholco Family Groceries,
THEF"D2LYLIGHT" STOEE,
ci:xr.:AL main stueet, :. ri.ATTSMOUrii, nei;.
HICHEY
DEALERS IN
Lumber,Sash,Doors,
Cement, Plaster, Hair,
Sawes4 SS.a.tesa sssxs Oasis
in
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are
We have ot the largest ami 1ost f elected stock of
Choice Family Groceries
in town, and we will sell them jnst as cheap as we possibly can and
not " bust. Our Stock of
QvLeajxswcure cuxcl Glassware,
U not large, but the goods are First-class, and we will give yon some
low prices. We pri'le ourselves on bur
Teas and SDices,
Which we take great pains in selecting and can guarautee to be oi
the very best quality.
All 3'ou folks who Jiave been going away from home to buy your
groceries, come and give us a chance to give you figures.
We Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same fjuality of goods and on the same terms. Come and sec
us.
BENNETT
NEW
Fmrmtmze Mare
DEALER IN
FUE2TITUHE 8 COFFINS
and all kind ot goods usually kept in a
F1UI CLAWS fUUJlITIIBK HTOKE
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods
IlctaMf ooieiColns Castets Rales
EMBLEMS, Ac
Our New anl elegant hearse is always in
readiness.
Uemeraber the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
ty Bank.
Wbear we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
... , . i.vrTHWliTrft. NF
PiATTSMOUTH MILLS
TT8MOCTH SEB.
KtftEL, Proprietor
Carpets, Rags, Etc-
BEOS,
ALL KINDS OF-
& LEWIS
HENRY BGTOK
JDEALER IN
FURNITURE
TC, ETC., IIC.'
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
. .. s-T,reaay made and sold cheap for cash
. fiNTS HSAR8E
is MW KEAli SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage,
nlte ail to call ana examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
Improved Lands for Sale
noacr s 12 miles from Lennra. Kansas $ar
6n 1 5 Orlean- Neb. fioo
60 U Beaver Citv. Neb. 55-
l0 8 Log- n. Kansa. 1 f 01
These lands are well imprv d. and can be
bnuuht by pavii g J4 c b. and balance on time.
rhpv ara oa n rha nra.nr nwnAN hjvtnn
bought then- at forced ale a'l and see.
I have mine Chevenne County Lands for
-me jri ini"y nip iroing ioau
For particulars call on ' -
79d4w8w Kuitt &QC'.
Blinds.
leek,
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PL&TTSMUU'ffl HERALD-
TCBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
-KY-
Tic Plallsmontfc nerala PnliliSuinj Co.
DAILY, delivered by currier to auy.part of the
city
Per Week S 15
I'er Month
ler Vear
vni::CLV. by mall,
Oae copy eix inon lbs -fl 00
)iiecoiy Due ye;r 2 00
ttwteKil hi J't Offii-e, l'la'ismoutli, a.'
sw-.u&u dii.-? usurer.
National Republican Ticket.
lOi: I'KESIDEST,
JiUIES G. BLAINE,
of Maine.
FOE VICE-PKESIDEXT,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
of Illinois.
THE PEOPLE ARE TO BE OBEYED.
".Mark me we.l, ly the i les of N--verubi
r the jjatriotism of the people
will le. thonmglily aroused ami the
camp fires that have Leeu slumbering
will be i t kindled and burnini? bright
upon everj' hill, lighting up every val
ley withiu the coklints of h9 entire
United Stas of America. Applaus-
Notice will then be given that no ruau
or set of men can set themselves up as
dictators to the American people aa to
what they shall do. Applause. That
neither the government of the United
States, nor the republican party are
ready to yield their rights or prerog
ative to a few ineu who sue ever dU
sali-Qed bec;iuae thev cannot cotitiol.
Apuiai.se. Oar uroverament is built
up.u the theory thai the people shll
rule. The republican yarty, uloq the
same theory, demands ttiat the ueoj If
!h;iil control. Apputnst AVedonot
wish to lapse into the condition of the
ol t aud effi-te morfrchies, where a
mo tarch l omuiani's and the people
O tV. With H3 people are motiarcUf,
who issue tlie idic s. and the peoplt-
are to be obeyed." John A. Logau at
Bangor, Maine.
LOCAL, RAlLttOAD MATTERS.
The Move.ocut on loot by oar city
authorities to uonate to the B. & Al
road all lliat property lying just
oouth of Mum sm et at.d east of I he
ailey between Stconuand Third streets,
is unu wuich should meet the approbu
tiou of ali citizens. Thy obj-ct la t
induce the B. &, M. people to ouild a
good und (.reJiiable Depot, wtn office
weot ot the main and side tracks, and
to give the road moru territory tor yard
purposes.
The B. & M. people have seen the ne
cessity for wore territory in this neigh
borhood for several years, but have net
felt jubtinV'd in forcing it from the
owners by condemnation process,
which usually results in the corpora
tion paying much more than the real
estate is worth, and at the same time
incurring the ill will of the owners.
ITattsmouth city, today, to a great
extent, is indebted to the' prompt ac
tion ot her city authorities and certain
individuals for the great, prosperous
plant in the shape of our present sys
tem of aho.3, which forever ins ares a
friendly co-partnership between this
prospeious city and the great B. &. M.
corporation.
By all metms let cur authoiities see
that nothing is lett undone upon their
part to induce the i ail road people to
build the nyht bind ot a Depot ou the
west wide -.-f Second street, and west ot
their yard tracks.
TnE immemorial institution of trial
by jury, which for centuries has ber n
regarded as one of the most eost-mi 1
nguis of the citizen, and one of the
most fie Hive barriers against abso
lute power, is itself on trial today, and
is required to t-how cause why it shoul I
not be di? carded and a more effectual
method r-;' ad niini3tering justice fiub-
siituted f
not be
s .tifacto
for i he
j iry 63 si .
eit C. Pii
R view ft-
' "r at least why it should
i.,ed so as to yield more
.-u U. Some suggestions
rovi:nent of the existing
i, presented by Judg- Rob
,au iu the N'ortii A. n- rto tn
1 ily, under ihe title ot Ju-
ri-.- and J . n en," shul ', in view ol
r c at noi i..u.s miscarriages of jus
ti ( recej a the serious consideration
of s try ii oughitul citizn. "Auieri
eai Eneoiemics," by Prof. Vin Barej
DeQolow, i a lucid aud toreible ei oi-
i ju of the g;o-Uvi upuu . whicU uie
protection theory t.f nation d ecnnmi y
is based. JudK'e Noah J);tyi writes t f
'Marriage and Divorc;" Dr. P. Ri-n
der, tvliose 6iibj-ct is " Iho Annexation
O' Canada, n-ts f r'h thj ai' vintages
l'kely to f'ocrr.e to the Knit 1 Vnts
fn-iii the ahsdrptJou ! tjii- C:,-adi!tii
p ovin:tj.-: I'mt". D Mt.d. M u-', in a
arui!i"nl sig'iiit 'Go : :.inem Tel
graph," fiulj-c:s tlie ta-t: aenient of
he l'ost Officii ti a mod s-ai'hin
critii,in; Chtrles T. Congdou writes
Ot' '"Private Vengeance ; and tiuall' ,
t!itie is a sytnpo-itim on ti e ''ftuuto of
i ho Negro," ty beimtor Z. B Vam-e,
tredtTick Doj:i1m, Joel Chandler liar-
ru. Senator Joh: T. Morgan, Prof,
Hichard T. Greener Cen.S. C Arm
strong, Oliver Johnaon, aud others.
"THE RULING PASSION STRONG
IN DEATH."
jjThe "git tiir" p. licy of the Xew
York Democracy Wits fully exemt lilietl
at Saratoga yesterday. 'J he great par
ty(?)iu the great Empire State wns
foiced to play fast and loose upon
every subject which it touched.
The tariff resolution came up and for
the reason that there were differences
of opinion upon that enirrosMi-g ques -tion
the gteat New Yolk Democracy
dare not open its mouth, but vo id to
not touch it.
11 1 ward Ctoper was opposed to spy
ing anything upon the Mibject; dis
claiming it was u '-toi chy hubject.'
District Aiprne) Bellows declared the
'p'irty was willing to do v. ytkinj lor
harmony."
The closing resolution, u wever. had
the true Democraiio ting lo it: "eery
delegate and every alternate occupying
the pia -c of a tleUg-ite to be bound b
the uuit ml.', and the will of a major
itv of the deleg tion, and in case ot
absen e of de'egates and alternates the
deleg-iiion to fill the vacancy."'
Tlds iron cla I rul wa evidently
a-' opted at the iastanc of the bosses
who could not, nor d t. e no;, truat t:ie
convention upon the quesiiou ofin
8tr o tinns.
The Ne-v Yoik Democracy is a fai;
sample of ts e great paity ot' obstruc
tion which is guided ido;ie by i s apt.e
the fo pluudtr. The tuanufueiut iu'i
coufmercial and iudustri.i in'Wescs o
tne country will caretully and linelii
gently njle and measure the mikeo
impo.ency of the New York democra
cy. A 6oiid, intolerant south, at lh
head, and a cowardly, skulking uorli.
as the lail vill be fuily uuiei:tood all :
lelt at home iu November next by th
"SOLID SOUTH "
boutheru demcracy is o the for-,
air -aay t-xplaitnng why the south s sol
iil for anybody wearing the h-bel o
demociaey. bay all of thtse patr otf,
wtio h ve suboa.iti d to th int rvie -v-ur,
"rue South will be solid for who
ever is nominated Don't trotibl you
self about that section of the Lnion.
T e negro baa lost his apptti e for
Eutftage, he d-jesa't dare to vote any
more, go ahead and name your man
we will give him the electoral vo e of
the south."
This is -about the 6ize of it' an
does anybody wonder that ihe negiois
gettiDg tired of voting when it means
the shot gun in open daylight, evtry
tiu e the ballot box is exposed to the
people.
Is a political party that can make
sucu a boast as this, a sate interest to
place in charge of any kiud of a govern
ment, let alone one like ihis of ours
which is supposed to be of the people,
f.r the people, and by the people?
We btl eve the South is yet solid,"in
fa -t, e know it is solid, and f r that
V '"" reas m we know the people of tu.
north, east, and great west, wheu the
ballot is free ai d the voter safe in bis
p rsou, property, aud opinions, will
take care that such a Pirty does not
com into power, yet awhile, iu this
country. Every time a Southern dem
ocrat boasts aboi t a solid Suuth, a po
tent argument is fl muted in the face
of all patriotic c tizens Whic i caiiiUH
be disregarded.
WHAT THE SiUN" THINKS-
New York, June 17. Special
TheSwnsajs; The democrat ic paity
canuot aflord to indulge in any illu
sious as to the kind ol a camp ogu thy
urt poinc to have this vear. B cause
a number ot repuMit a is iu Mass Cfill
Bet s m d New t ik lem-e to s-ipjoit
Bi due, it must not b suppo-el tl at
on that a ceo tint- thedrmociats are su e
o defeating him. The defection i
Massachusetts is cot lihely to be grat
enoovh to make ihat etate deun cr. ti
Th defectio i in New York has yet
show it-elfin signific-iut proporilou in
euofig repubacaa duUiuu.
A GERMAN INDEPENDENT.
Positive of Blaine'. sj;i
ISc'A i'o k, Jllt-e 1ft.
William May r, the c olor and pub
lisher ot four li d't n :e'r i i u; iii
j iievpai ers the New-Yoi k r Z i'unr.
: (mot uinsf), N-w Voik r Herald ( v n
j iug,, New-Vorktr ll vuh (muimv)
speaking tO'Uy ttbont the B'un lic.in
National lickt l. said:
T regaul Mr. Boi'iet hancts t i t-c-turn
as excelh-n', inded, 1 believe lie
in teitain to tlecteil. Il is qune
true tliAf. there in come Invitation among
'.utTiuaa0, tuviu; to leputt it"tt iiavc
j -n c,lS .lntiiiH .i,y ,,:3 .
put
ue'Jts alk'ginr th.d hes U a .' ruian I
i hater and a temperance fana'ic. 1
know Mr. B!:iiie too well to think f. r
a moment Ihit ho is either. Ilis in i
tatiou to tin; Sienl ci fitmily ami h s
whole bearing toward them while they
were in this c Jt;tiy a-e aidluient proof
to me that ho is uo (lei man hater. 1
repaid him us the emirte:l and bfit
living felatef-ioau in lh country."
"Do you think Cleveland vill be
nominate; ?"
No, I tlo not think l.e r an l r. TTf
is iu ex-telly the same pie.licaiij'-i.t 'hat
Arthur was iu ihe rei ubiici.n c ii'f-'.
His own State is divided ;ig; in-t him.
The unit rule which prevails in the
democratic party, his friends will .ot
dare to enforce, bee. i use that would
drive away ihe independents."
JesticeFikli, of the bupr tnfc iutt
of I hee Unit d Switen, feels v.-iy tore
ovud U.e California deiucci i.t-y, a
large porti n f which he charger, with
being communist s, simply because the
Pacilic deniocr. cy hive couclndid to
pass by he pre-identi il as; i: :i is of
the California supreme court. Just e
Field his, lor years, l ti n nutoriuui u.r
his one-.-i led Ojetiioi;9 in favor of the
railroad corpo; a'ioMj and a-a u-t t e
p ople. Ills ii i t ii: le i.-iou o' cer i s
tax milters iu v!i c i th 1 en r 1 I h I
citi li 3 beeti n fu-ing tt p.-ty its just
Uoj oi tion of tiix. i" too fresh in the
in'- ds of ihe I'a il'v ti luoeracy to , er
it of ti.at or-ao z -lion i In g or j;I et
t v th" Fl 11 i sm y to m.re p wei.
a .;oi't,rai .v. -u iy s.'ia.i ite
v ie. .
What is am -i Mti.tV" s'chh to 1
git:itini the p;-s-i o aa u tdne exifii ;
c n equ ii 1 1 y in tt. hiiigiinge nun
s drit of -h-- e'V Vurk deinoc; :a'-y,
a-e ii favor of retniu litis p'it;i
s ibje-tWith thy "t iuchy is riif q'ies
lion" lo the n oi -11 .1 dent n:i a. c-mi-
v -ltMosi wnicfi ceiL-; in CtiKo next
mo ll.
HUME 1 1 El-S
"All your ohu auit
If you r iietiu eic i u ueit yo.n c in
Ciet, liup Culeis thai never -i'. il.
TI e weakest woman. Malle-t chilt'.
0 d sickest iuvad i eail us; hot bilceib
itu sat'ty an i gre-it go.al.
O.u men totiei ii-g niouud lr ;n 11!h-u-matisni,
kidney trou -ie or any we.ik
neswiilbe a; mo.it la -.' by u-mg ho,
bitters
Mv wife and daughter were mad
nealihy by th-r1 cse ol hop bitters ami 1
1 eCommsTid ll.eul to my peop:j.
Mcliiodi&t Cleiviyman.
Ali ::ny good d-.-ctor ii lion
Eit.ters are u t tnc UcSi ii.iii.y iiie.liine
On ea.tli.
Malarial fever, Agin an 1 I'iliion-j
Hess, will leave c.vry ueig!)lo:;:ojd nf
i-oon ns l.oji briers arnve.
"Sly mother 'irove the piralysi-
aud ne-rrali al' out of Iit pstem
With hop bitters." KD OiWKGO SO.
Keep 'he kiduJ ne ilitiy wn.ii nop
bitters a -d you need u'.t tear sickness.
Ice w-iter is rendered inriui-.-a aud
more rnfrhing an 1 reviving witii hop
bitiers in everv dr iti'.
Ttie vigri;t y-.-iih for tlio ageo
and iuiirm iu !i pbitters!
'At the ch-viae of 'if-? no-'ai-: c i :N
ll.ipbitiers to any a.l irjujl-i i-ei.ieat
'I hereto
"Tue best periodical for ltdies to
take monthly and from whieii the
win r-c. ive the greatest bemli: is iip
bitters.'
.uotherj with sickly, freifu'. l ars
ing chil Iren, will cure the children
n 1 benefit themselves by tnk.ng ho
hitters daily.
Thousands die annuailv fro, a s..m-?
form of kidrey-disrae that liiijht i ave
deen prevented by a timly us ; of hup
titters
Indiiresiion, weakrtoii-.ach, irregu
Iaiilie ol the b.wel-f ca:.ot ix'st wheu
hop bittt.rs a-e used
A ti ne'y u-'eoflup
TVit'Prs wi l keep a wlio-e faim.y
I u robust liealtlt a year at a Ktie test.
To pro-luce real genuine so ep and j
ch lid-dke repos ail til-lh., t.n e it lit I Ie
ho, bitte S on reur u.
That lud'geatiou or stomach ;i3 at I
uiiihr, prcventimi r s' ami leep, viili
uisapoar hv umg hop timers.
Paralytic. it-rmi, tretuui us Id
.A 3 ar hi i Ie o-rfVciiy .p.iitt aud
V- :'v hl hitttta.
DANKIt.
THE CITIZENS
3 J. 1ST 2r5L J
I'LVl'lsAlOLTil. - NEUK.VSKA.
C IIT1 J.T? AL , $75,000.
John nr. vt n, . u.v.NK CAUitirrii.
fleddeiit. Vlee-JYeMdtiiit.
V. II. CLSIlII'tJ. Ca.luer.
OlKECrOKH .
i-:, W. il. Catli'iiu. 1'iitnk. ('nr.iili
.r.tn
j .. k mor, l ei lit ritiianii, J. W. jolin--.,!,
F. K. Otiltl iiaiili, lVler Mllliijj,
Will. WeCeiCiill llflilf Hark.
Trsr.r.;f- a Ccu lai i -i.kh.ir J.u hi.-s. Ml
tu.. i a t-f any .l.uiklni; 0of..iie n tiauxatt
.i is - ti cu. 0 u.,xiur linw
l.trji: nr ciii.t l tin) lia .-ac j,,,,, )t
will i 'fi-ive our e.iivi.ii nf-iitiu
il.A Wl' lllllllllrie ill ilj COUi-
to- trealiiieiii.
I',lll",r',i' iilo itot io do -ring Interest
lluyt-a-i.t m-1'k KuiviKu KxfiiaiiKM, fixinty
jtii'l I li v i-eiu im-
loll.-. H..-IWALP, A. VV. i.K:Utilll,IN
i:e.J.i,t. tafliltr.
FiriST NATIONAL
OF rl AriMMOUIIt. NLltUAHKA,
.I-nt.-H very best faellltleb for the iiromn
trau-;icli,ui of I-;;ltliiiat5
BANKING iaJSINSSS.
-U -Jt s. ni.ii.N. tiul.i, ;(iy.rii'imut ami l.i(-t
. cm ll ii-- int-;lii auU hi,li, li-,i,t,il ri-o-lv-i'd
i.i il iiileri fil alloweil on tjine t;-riill-eai.
r. lialfiii.iwii,availal)li! in any
l- il !. ol Hie I inteil Mati-M uiel all
ll:c t'l Ii'ci;i;il !ij!ii of
l'.UIne.
!JUtu:ii'ji.i mailt: L- proi.-tUy rtmiitrtl
.ik.;.-n. Het price tetiii fur Coimfy War
Sl.at'.'ari County ISondp.
D1RLCTOKS
i ?.ia
to' :. V.y
loli;: 1,. i,.ik,
. W M' l .tutri.ili,
i. II.iV.ksi,iln
WKEPlf,-, VATKH
VfLtEPINU WATER. - NElt.
2. L. KMEU, PteKidcnt.
ii. A.iUJXlN. Vice-Preaidtnt.
ll. S. WILKINSON, Cashier.
A tkssi'd umim Business Transssisi.
i't'llKliH
--.-iVf :, .i;. J I ftterest allowed oil Time TVrti-
.va!lat: la any .;i;t , the L'Llttil
t-.'i's ami lie iirincli, il titles of LuiOj.e.
AgeriU c7 the veiebrat&l
m
Bank Cass County
:.-ri.-t-r .Main anrt .sixth Streets.
. : H fA i. Ml-I.K. i'lVHiiieiti, i
i ! :i. .'.Vl lKllx i N , Cas.iier. (
Yields a Lsufal Baatici Bafes.
ISKJIIEftT CAsD Pi ICE
'.ii ! if.-.- Couui'j awl City War.-.-mt.
i -itl.l. f : l j x x. . it t'.
. I uroTiipiii r. fiii! lo.-.
i,i , K':cTi)iiH :
il : Win .1 ra, J. M. l'z rv.ii. C. If. !ioi' . ie
f . K. tint llrreiiui. V .i Aj,'n':W, li.
S'iiii. r'v.- j'rilr.
Louisville Bank.
IiOuivJIle c-Iir.udia
A g'-i.eral IJtnkiii2 business trans
iXtci, Money to Loin, Int, allowed on
fiiiK- d- p-''t-.. C idec'.ions mado and
iiio.iij':!; remitted.
I. J. :Aa- ikr, ll. E. Mankeb.
Pres. C'aah.
f Mankkr. As't CH'h
CALL, AT TilE
Old Reliable
LOiBEBYARD
a. A. WATERMiN I SOH
'A lioiebals rn.l Uetail Dealer la
PINE LUMBER
SHINGLES, LA III,
S.VSII, DOOLl-?,
BLINDS, &C.
"iiUM'.i .Street, iu rearoi opera House.
.1 A TTS MO ITT II. NEPItAKA
fie: i ocr 'i-iit lU-;;u3t on all cus
torn ma le woik hereafter, at Sher
wood's foi: cash. To establish my
lei-inns? in every d partrn'nt on a
strictly c tsh basis this inducement ii
ina 'e iu all cus-.om m ile work.
U.id r th re.juction a idioe that
erf. SJ 00 no v. cos Li --sT-Go for caSj.
A ' tha'. costs SiO'J nowc sts$C.-
tO easll.
A i unit that eo; S3.50 now costs
to 0 rash a Sherw.KHl'K. 58 1 wdtf
j A Uu -u-t-k wtx-iipn, ch -Inn nd
I tLrtiLi,4ust iccehtd at L. C Ervea'a.
mm Line of