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PL ATTSMO UTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1884.
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JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
Choice Family Groceries, Carpels, Rugs,
THE "DAYLIGHT" STOUE,
CENTRAL MAIN STREET, TLATTSMOUTII, NEB,
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Plattsmontli Herald PntMiM Co.
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Of All Description.
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FURNITURE 8 COFFINS
and all kinds ot goods usually kept In a
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any part of the
city - .
Per Week 15
Per Mouth 60
Per Year oo
WEEKLY, by mall.
One copy six months $1 00
One copy One year 2 00
Registered at the Post Office, Plattsniouth, as
second class matter.
read Blaine's letter, and it wilt have
better opinion of its countryYTjad at the
same time it may find reMfif irom its
National Republican Ticket.
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
IS NOW READ
With many thanks for past patronage,
uvlte all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
31tf. KUKWTrKK Al OKKI(!S
BLJ1 CKSJU1 Til
FIRST CLASS FUKITVBE STOKE
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods
Metallic&WootleiiCota Casfcets Roles
Our New and elegant hearse is always In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we raav be found night or day.
Call for Republican Judicial Conven
The republican electors of the second Judic
ial uisirict oi KifDraxKa are reuuestea to semi
delegates from the several routines to meet in
convention at f lattsinouth. Tuesday. August
19. 1884. at 0 o cloek a. m.. lor tne purpose ot
placing in nomination a eaiulidateifor District
Attorney, selecting a central committee and
such other business as may properly come be
fore the convention. T.ie several counties are
entitled to representation as follows, being
based upon tne vote cast for J. M. matt, re
gent of the university, giving one delegate at
large, and one for everv one hundred and fifty
votes and malor traction thereof :
Cass county 13
Lancaster county 21
Otoe county 11
It is recommended that no proxies be ad
mitted t.o the convention unless held bv FDer
sons residing in the counties from which the
proxies are given.
Piattsinouth, Neb., July 1,188-1.
1). H. Wheeler.
J. B, Strode, Chairman,
HORSE SHOEING St
tl I UNRUH I BepaMIcan District Convention.
All Kinds of Farm imDlements Mendel will
Neatness and Dispatch.
lIorse,"Mule & Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that har
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
JSTEJW SHO DP
Filth Sr. between Main an 1 Vine Sreets
Just across ie corner frnra the Nw HEKaLD
S O 3
The Republican Electors of the First Con
gressional District of Nebraska are invited to
send delegates from the several counties there
in, to meet in convention at ueatnee on Wed
nesday, August 20, at 2 o'clock p. m for the
purpose of placing in nomination a candidate
for Congress, ana fur the transaction of such
I other business as may come before the conven
The several counties are entitled to re pre
sentation a follows, being based upon the vote
cast for J. ju. matt, itegent of tne university,
gi vim; one delegate at large, and one for everv
one nunareu ana nity votes ana tue major irac
tion thereon :
It Is recommended that no proxies be admit
ted to the convention, except eucli as are held
by persons residing in the counties from which
I proxies are given.
tj. a. .holmes, unairman.
John Steej , Secretary.
Lincoln. June 2G. 1881.
The lingo of the jingo is full of har
How do you like President Blaine's
first message, anyway, O, brethren of
the democratic faith?
ml 7 I
Mr. Thitrman, of Ohio, doc3 not
like Air. Blaine's civil service' and why?
Because Mr. Blaine proposes to retain
in power the party under whose rule
America has made such wonderful
progress all of which Mr. Thurman
CO 3 OQ
CALL AT THE
1 A. WATERMAN k
The present management of the
democratic campaign is quite an im-
provement on the J. Sterling Morton
window-glass-free-trade campaign of
two and three years ago. The plan is
unique and adapted to fhe straddle in
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow r I the platform. It was inaugurated the
pairing, and general Jobbing I other day at the Fremont ratification
la, now prepared to do all kinds of repairing meetinz by sendiosr corporation Pop-
oi i arm ana otner maenmery, as tnere I. - , -
is a gooa laino in my shop. I pieton io represent tue ufuiocrauu
protection wing of the party and "non
; partisan" Savage to represent the Moil
The Old Reliable WagOn Maker of gladness" anything-for-office no-pol-
ltics siae or tne question, x ou pays
your money and you takes your choice
from this combination, and the man
who can't be suited had better not at
We like ths new plan, it is so thor
oughly and consistently democratic. :
At a Cleveland and Hendricks ratifl
cation meeting held in Dayton, Ohio,
baturday evening, Mr. Allen G. Thur
man managed to smother his disap
pointment and make the Ohio democ
racy tin address, in which he attempted
but utterly failed to successfully criti
cise Mr. Blaine's letter of acceptance,
Poor old Thurman, with all his inbred,
inlaid, locofocoy he was forced to ad
mit, and. did admit, Mr. Blaine's state
ments and Azures, of the wonderful
growth of this nation during the last
quarter of a century under republican
rule. The old man said it was true,
but the cause must not be attributed
to our revenue system under republi
can rule. Tha tariff did not bring
about this unprecedented era of pros
perity, said he, but it is attributable to
the great increase of money in this
Well, the Herald is going to be
well BEti&fied with Grandpa Thurmau's
undemocratic admission that our na
tion has made the wonderful progress
Mr. Blaine claims for it and we won't
worry the old gentleman by askiDg
him "What hs brought about this
great increase of money in this coun
try?'' good money at that nor, "How
so much good mouev could fall to the
lot of this people?" nor, "llo.v our pop
ulation came to so increase, our man
u'acturcs progress so wonderfully, our
railroads, telegraph lines, oct-an cables.
our inventions in respect to every and
all classes of machinery," in fact how
everything which conduces to make
nation great snoulu have so prospered
under a party or misrule with a rum
our and baleful protective tariff in
force all the while?" No, we will not
annoy grandfather Thurman with such
trivial questions; but will .let the old
man of "bandaua" fame and prehistor
ic tradition", off with his admission
that the country has been prosper
A CHOLERA PROCLAMATION.
Washing eon July 19 By the preil
dent of the United States of Amer
ica A proclamation: While quaranti
ne regulations committed to several
the general govermeut has reposed cer
tain powers iu the president, t be
used at his directions, in preventing a
threatened epidemic. Feeling it my
doty, I heredy call upon all the sons
who under existing sys;ems, la the
several states' are entrusted wito the
executin of quarantine regulation, to
be diligadt and on the alert in order
to prevent the introduction of the pes
tilence 'wbidh we all regret to learn
has made its apperance in some coun
tries in Europe between which the
porte of the United States intercourse
is direct and frequent. I further ad
vise thau the cities and towns of the
United States, whether on the coat or
on lines of eutirc-communieatioD, by
sound sanitary regulations and the
cleanliness be repaird to resist disasca
and to mitigate its aerviety and I fur
ther direct consuls of the United Stat
es in ports were pestilence has made or
many make its appearance, to increase
igilence in carrying out instructions
erefore given and in cominunating to
the govermeut of the United States
any information of value relating to
progress or treatment of the disease.
(Signed) Cuestek A Akthuk.
J. M, ROBERTS,
Will keep constantly nn hand a full and
complete stock ol pure
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, tVALJ,-PAPEK
and a full line of
For Med lean I'urposes.
Special attention given to f!nminunriiiir Pre
FLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer l
Fourth fttreet. tu rear of Opera House.
A TTgllOUTIL KEDBASKA
has taken charge of the wagon sncp
He Is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Wew Wacaas and Bnerles made
PAINTERS & DECORATORS,
KALSOMINIXG. PAPER 1UANGING,
a J&2l D a
Leave your orders with them fer
TT8 MOUTH NSB.
IIEISEli. - Proprietor
When the democratic orator (im
ported), Stowe, said the other evening
at Waterman's opera house, when re
citing G rover Cleveland's brilliant pub
lic record, "that his term of office 'as
Mayor of Buffalo for twelve months,
was a much greater honor than to be
Governor of any western state," we
thought Mr. Stowe had about as high
an appreciation of the "rowdy west" as
have the British cacklers of the New
York Times, Post and Harper's Weekly.
The trouble with too democratic
statesman of the last twenty-five years
is bis lack of appreciation of Ida own
country. The fact is the democratic
party has been a dieted with bad case
of dyspepaia for' lo these many years,
which is coitxtratly growing worse.
puprcfid.f.x7 til?; FirtJ 0 to
Tne latest departure of the sorriest
description is the contemptibl whine of
certain class of demagogues like Tom
Hendricks and Daddy Thurman, that
Hancock was cheated ont of his elec
tion in 18S0. For a party that notori
ously, brazenly and wantonly obtains
the electoral vote of several southern
states in this American Union by the
most flagrant and devilish disregard of
the rights of free American citizens,
who vote when they are permitted to
vote the republican ticket in those
states, such dishonest falsehood is sick
ening. iiioma9 A. lienuncks and Al-
en G. Thurman know as well as they
know that a national election was held
in 1880, that the democratic party, in
that year, obtained the votes of several
outhern states simply by a brutal and
criminal disregard of the rights of the
republican voter. These men know
that the election machinery in the great
centres of population in New York is,
and has been for years, in the hands of
the democratic party ot those localities,
and that the frauds that have been
committed there have been perpetrated
on behalf of and in the interests of the
democratic party. Yet, the impudence
of these men is immeasurable and un
The Liberty Journal quotes the Blair
Pilot, which in very bad taste pays its
compliments to the politii.-al cormo
rants of the "Big First," who may wish
to go to Congress. Coming from a
cormorant this is rtght cheeky. Mr.
Hilton has, if he rightly understands
himself, about all he can do to manage
the Post Office, ' several cormorants
down in the Big First helped him to
seize, and see that an anti-cormorant
gets elected up in the district he resides
Yes, we would suggest to the Post
Master at Blair that for one candidate
in the "Big First" for Judge Weaver's
shoes there are at least forty-eight and
one-half in the north district hungry
for Judge Valentine's moccasins, and
we are afraid the half fellow hails from
The Big First will probably return
Judge Weaver; if it does not, it will
send a good republican in his place
with no bolting or cutting brush in the
rear, and the Post Master from Wash
ington County ueed borrow ne trouble
over this district, which is chock full
ot able and willing statesmen. .
. Safe, swift, and sure to regulate the
bowels, are Ayers Cathatic Pills.
Becoianended by eminent physicians.
CAPITAL, - $75,000.
JOUN 1U.ACK, I'RANr CAUKUTH.
W. Jf. CUSIilNQ. Caihir.
John Black, W. H. Cusiilng, i'rank Carruth.
J. A. Connor. Fred Herrmann. A. W .f.lm-
on, P. It. Gutliinami, 1'ett-r Mutum,
Win. Wetencarnp, Henry Brrck.
Tital Questions ! ! ! !
Ask the most eminent physican
Of any school, what is the be6t thins
in the world for quieting and allaying
an irritation of the nerves, and curing
all froms of nerves, complaints, giving
natural, cmialike relresbing sleep
And they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hops I I "
Ask any or all of the most eminent
"What is the best and only remedy
that can be relied'on to cure all diseas
of the kidneys and urinary organs;
such as iirights disease, diabetes,
retention, or inability to retain urine,
and the diseases and aliments peculiar
'And they will tell you explictly and
emphatically " Buchu III"
Ask the same pnyicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure tor liver diseases or dyspepsia;
constipation, inigestion, billiousness,
malaria fever, ague, &c "and they will
tell you :
Manarafce 1 or Dandelion ! !
Hence when these remedies are com-
binded with others equally valuable.
And compounded into Hop Bittees,
such a wouderful and mysterious
curative power is de veloped, which is
so varied iu its operations that no
disease or ill health can possibly exist
or resist its power aud yet it is harm
less for tho most frail woman, weakest
invalid or smallest child to use.
"Almost dead or nearly dying"
For years, and gave up my physi
cians, ot liright s and other kidney
dseases liver complaint?, severe cough?,
called consumtpion, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy I I f
From agony of neuralgia, nervou
sness, wakefulness, and various
disaeses peculiar to woman.
People draw out of shape from
excruciating pangs of rheumatism,
ibflammatory and chronic or suffering
"fcjaltrheura, blood poisuicg, dyspepsia
indigesting and, in fact, almost all
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which cau be found in every
neierhboroood in the known world.
1F" None geuine without a bunch
of green Hops on the white label.
Shun all the vile, poisonon3 stuff with
'Hop or "Hops" In their name.
June 23 1S84 dwlm
Call for Blaine and Logan cigars
wherever you deal, as they are the best
nickle cigar in the market. If your
dealear does not keep them induce him
to get some. 93dtf
COAL & MINING CO.
DELIVERE0 PRICE LIST.-c-
All Coal is Screened at tlie Yard.
Canon City coal
Anthracite (all sizes)
Cumberland (smithing coal)...
Slack coal. 15c per IQo pounds
Orders left at the office or with .
OT. IE?. "3TO"CnN-C3-
AT THS "
P. O. BOOK STORE
" Win be promptly '
Tour pairoaas Is respectfully solicited.
' cits. bTc jLiua rm-
General BitukdiL' Hmlnews
are invited to call. No matter how
in s to traiiMact
who have au y Hun
re invited to
lartje or small tiio transition, it
win receive our carer ul ai tention, ,
aud we promiHo alway cour
Issues Certificates of Deposits bearing Interest
Buys and sells Foreign Kxchange, County
and Citv securities.
A. W. MClAUQULIN
OF riATTSMOUTH. NKBEASKA,
Offers the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold. Government and Imc
Hecurities Bou?;h t and Sola, Deposits recel v.
ed and interest allowed on time C'ertifi
cates, Drafts drawn, available in any
part of the United .States and all
the principal towns ot
Collections made & promptly remitted
Highest rket prices paid for County War-
State aid County Bonds.
John K. Clark.
A. W McLauxhUn.
F. E. White.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. S, WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General intm Business Transacted.
Becelved, and Interest allowed on Tlaie Certi
Drawn available In any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mmi Line of Stealers.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
,C. H. PA KM E I.E. President,
1 J M. PATTKKSON. Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banling Business
HIGHEST CASn PRICE
Paid for County and City Warants.
and promptly remitted for.
B B Windham, J. M. Patterson, C. H. Paraele
F. B. Guthmann. W J. Agnew, A. B.
Smith. Fred Gerder.
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