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t'L ATTSMO UTII, NEBUASKi JATURPAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1884.
NO. 1 10.
flDur stock of EDry (Kofl and
Tin Warn will be closed out at
IFrnm no w iinitil September Ust
tlu time of our removal; to" the Opera House Block. "Vc can
give you BARGAINS in these lines
Chi'Icst Family Groceries, Carpets, Hags, Etc
THE "DAYLIGHT" STORE,
'knt.:al main street.
The Old Reliable
riT2ae best S cent Cigai manu
factured anywhere. Also many other brands that have become popu
lar, such as the
FLOJl DE ALMA,
PE1DE OF NEBRASKA,
SILVER AND GOLD TIGER,
NOBBY SCII LEG EL LEADERS
and otliers which aro all strictly first-class. He also keeps the most
complete stuck of Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Pipes, &c, that
can be ound anyh3.e.
Special attention paid to correspondence. For prices, call or ad-
P. S. Ask for Spiegel's Blaine ani Logan Cigars, and I will
jruarrantee vou a good smoke.
CALL AT THE
b. i. nntN i
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Kj ir:U .:re;t. m rear of Opera House.
i, v r r r f r . NErtivA
Honey to Ioan.
At 6! 4 and 7 per cent on Cass county lands.
Tims i rout 1 to 5 years. - No notes ana mort
gages slened until monev arrives, con-missions
. Parties in the vicinity of Plattsmouth. caa
apply to STR )DE & CLARK.
Wplnz Water. (.. Fbw 31. imi Xt,
H 8 n
S 3 03
h C3 g $
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DAILY, delivered by carrier to nj part of tbe
Per Week W
Per Month 0
Per Year j.. 00
WEEKLY, Toy mail.
Que copy tlx months $1 00
One eopy oue year '
Registered at the Post Office, PlatUmoath, M
second olass matter. J
National Republican Ticket.
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOHN A. LOGAN,
For Member Congress. 1st District.
A. J. WEAVER.
Of Richardson County.
For District Attorney.
JESSE B. STRODE,
REPUBLIC 4N COCNTI TICKET.
For State Senator.
REUBEN W. HYERS.
CJEQUGE W. CLARK.
Of Salt Creek.
J. W. THOMAS,
Of Weeping Water.
Of South Bend.
Of Rock Bluff.
For CommlS3!oaer 2djDistHct.
JOHN II. BECKER,
Of Eight Mile Grove.
Leva, a French chemist, bag suc-
ee :ed in manufacturib'g from tbe lus
cious wat(.rm loi a brr.cdy that will
make our bair curl. We always did
th'nk watermelon was drvstf fully good
for 1 temfera-ce fruit,
"Why don't you go to work ?" a geii
tleinan asked of a very ragged tramp,
"I am a:xToii3 and willing to work,"
rep'led he buiuiuer, "bnt what's the
86 of it uniil thy seltio the ti.r"tT
"What has the tariff to do with il?
"A great dea;. I suppose I went to
work and accumulated a small capital
by industry and economy
"Well, its natural I'd want to go into
business for myself manufacturing,
probably; but I'd le afraid to put my
mouey in any thing until the tariff is
se tied. It certainly is a great hin
drance and draw-ba-.k, but my sarest
policy i jo wj.it."
Mr. ClcTanJ's public record is com.
prued in tbe statement that be has been
"a consistent democrat for 20 years."
Taking iu the whole stupendous mean
ing of the remark it seems, on tbe
who!e, to be the very worst thing that
eould be said about him.
A hygiene journal s iy: "It is Let
ter to leave the table with a sense of
want than with a sense of repetition."
This expla:ns why Loardiog is healthier
than keeping 1 ous?.
Calum iy crosses oceans, scales moun
tains and traverses deserts with greater
ease than the Scythian Abares, and,
like him, rides upon a poisoned arrow.
As tbe train pulled out of Kansas
City recently, bound west, a tine look
ing old gentleman, who occupied a seat
in the smoking car, was accosted by a
rank looking specimen of Western ha
mauily, "Uoing far Wesf, stranger?"
he asked. .. .
"Yes, sir,'' replied the old gentleman
politely; "I an going to Denver."
"Business, or pleatare?"
-Chiefly for my health."
"Ah, ye., I nee, from the Ear, ain't
"Yes, I am Presiijnt of the Twenty
fifth National Bank of New York."
"You don't say "col" exclaimed tbe
Westerner. Then he added in a whis
per: "Giu us yer band, old pard ; I'm
ilg'it gU'l to meet yer; I'm a ilks0'-'
train robber." ""
lu a recent interview between tbe
fall of the Democratic National ticket
aod that pure, honest independent
Statesman Carl Schurz, tbe question of
campaign speakers was discussed and
Hendricks, debating in the fraud of
1876 insisted "that u juupt be tbe issue
of the 'campaign." Schurz finally
consents, but thinks that, on tbe
fraud Issue it will be better to select
some one to mnk.a speecheg who
not in the cabinet of tb- fraudQient
Pcesident.', Schurz who was Secretary
of the Il'erioryuHder Hayes, Is certain
ly in a beautiful shape to stand on a
platform denouncing Hayes' election.
The Democracy is the only party
that ever tried to elevate a man int j of
fice by loweriug the standard of mor
ality. "That sir, is a very fiqe quality of
sugar," said the grocery man, "It is
used mostly for making desserts."
- "Why is It used mostly for making
deserts?" asked the customer.
"On account of its superior quality
"Oh, that's it. 1 thought it might be
used for making desserts on account of
the large amount oi sand in it."
The pulpit is giving the Democrats a
great deal of trouble this campaign
It is reported that tbe party will favor
an amendment to the constitution
which will prohibit ministers from dis
cussing politics on pain of death.
The Harpers deal in politics for rev
enue only. Because they did not get
to publish Mr. Blaine's book, they will
not support him for president. But
Mr. Blaine will be elected president
without their or C. Willie Curtis' assist
When Fortune comes smiling she
of icn designs the most mischief. When
Fortune caresses a man too much, 6he
isap' to make a fool of him.
We ought not to judge men's merits
by their qualifications, but by the use
they make of them.
A traveler just from the South re
ports the following:
On one. of the Southern railioadr
there is a station called "Sawyer."
Lately a newly married couple boarded
the train and were very loviug indeed.
The brakeman noticed the gushing
groom kiss the bride about 200 timer
but maintained a serene quiet. Fi
nally the station in question was
reached, and just after the wbibtle had
sonnded, the groom gave tbe bride a
rousing smack on the lips, and the
brakeman opened the door and shouted
Sa wy er ! Sa wyer !" "What's that ?'' re-
ponded the groom, looking over his
shoulder at tbe brakeman. "Sawyer!
Sawyer!" "Well, I don't care if ycu
did ; she's my wife!"
A growing coolness toward Cleve
land among Boston independents, is
noticed by the Traveller, of that city.
It arises from his failure to make
auy denial of tbe charges against hi;
private character, and it is causing
much disgust among both the 'Inde
pendents and democrats.
It is a singular fact that every Pres
icenlial candidate whose name .was
James has been elected in t'lis country.
James Madison was successful in 1803,
and 1812; James Monroe in 1816 and
1S20; James K Polk in 1844; James
Bochanan in 1856; James ' A. Garfield
iu 1S80. and James G. Blaine will add
another to the long list of successful
James' in 1084. This is worthy of no
tice by the Grovers, Benjtnvn and
Can a sorrel team b. set d-wn as a
pair of red drawers.
He is poverty-stricken who is eo ab
sorbed in the one little inc'osure of
which he holds the title deeds, that he
loses bis grasp on the bending uni
verse. There is luck in old numbers. Thi
is, more peace in the house if there is
but one baby instead of twins.
Dr. Mary Walker said a few days
ago to a Washington interviewer that
she would wear pantvloonj or nothing.
This W dangerous. The Doctor must
be let alone we c.not l.r t he aller-nation,
Blaine is theinc Presidential candi
date of our history who has been pecu
liarly tbe candidate of a section in
which be never lived. Always an East
ern man, be Is the idol and representa
tive of the great West.
Even the best friends of Mr. Cleve
land admit that thh charges against
hia private character are. substantially
true. They ;.ave adopted a form of
tX,!Me, which adopted and endorsed,
must necessarily change the moral eth -ics
of tbe human race very materially.
It is to be doubted if the world is wil
ling to change them m rely to make
Grover Cleveland presideut of the
In most men and women there is a
reserve fund of sentiment "ud feeling
which is inexhaustible; the dreams of
youth do rot fade entirely out ef the
V"? pvpn nt IhntK aim a ra iiti t u 1 1 1, fn I
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to their early ideals; they still remain
along the boriron line like tbe memory
of a beautiful day. However men and
women may distrust and restrain the
expressions of their deeper feellog.tbey
are always eager to bear and quick to
answer the honest utterance by another
of that which lies silent and bidden
Tbe Southern Bourbons are not wil
ling that the majorities in Louisiana,
Mississippi or Virginia shall rule
hence, Onachia, Copiah and Danville.
The northern Pharisees are not willing
that the majority shall rule hence,
Curtis' apostasy and tbe Schurz seces
sion. The Southern membe-a of this
holy alliance preach the divine right to
bulldoze. Their Northern allies preach
tbe divine right to bolt. Tbe aim of
each is the same, to-wit: the over
throw of the first principle of popular
government, and tbe establishment of
m'noilty rule. Together they, effer a
formidab!e threat to free government.
FOR SALE BT
WILL J. WARRICK.
An Unequ&Ied Remody for Bowel Com
plaints of Small Children,
"We have used Marsh's Tonio As
tringent in our family several time-,
for Diarrhoeea, Dysentery, e'e .Jand in
every instance it proved successful.'
George W. Moore, Ottumwa, Iowa.
I have used Marsh's Tokio Astrin
gent in my family fcr the past four
years, and can cheerfully recommend it
as a never failing remedy for Diar
rhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Infantum
and all bowel disorders. It is a safe
and pleasant remedy for little children.
Samuel J. Cook, Kansas CUv, Mi;
souri. Marsh's Tgsic Astringent is for
sale by Smith & Black Bros., druggiV.
Plattsmouth. Pi ice 50c Don't fail to
For rheumatijm, Neuralgia, bruises,
etc., use March's Cream likiment.
Fifty cents will buy the Marsh
AgceCcre liquid or pills. For sa!e
by Smith and Black Bros.
W. J. Hester has now ready for mar
ket a lot of very fine Cumberland,
Triumph, Sbarpless, Crescent seedling
and late Glendale Strawberry plants,
at 25 cts per dozen, 73c per 100, or $5
per 1000; the above grown in 3ineb potf,
strong plants, 50c per ozen. Samples
of fruit on exhibition at Bennett &
Lewie where orders may bo left.
" Johnson & Co., of Council Bluffs
have opened out a first class laundry
on lower Main street, where they are
prepared'to do all kinds ef fine work
in that line. A trial of their work is
requested. . lOltf
SUCCESSOR TO v
J J. M. ROBERTS,
Will keepcoixtii.it!- on li ind a full and
com pit-to slock of puru
DRUGS ANI) MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, WALL-PA FEU
nuu a full line of
For Me lean l'urpoes.
$peelal attettt'on given to CumpouiidiuK
PLATTMMOUTH. - NEBRASKA.
C-ATaJ.T-ATJ, - $75,000.
JOHN BLACK, ."RANK CARUUTH.
W. II. CL'SIIIJM. CHier.
John Black, W. II. CushlnR, Frank Carruth
J. A. Connor, Pred Herrmann, J. W. John
son, K. R. Uutbinann, Pet-r Murnm,
Wm. Weteocamp, Jfmiry Bu't-k.
Transact a General Nanking BiiHlntwi. All
wuo have any Banking Imsl.i.-ss to transact
are invited to call. N. iu;k:t Uw
large or Biua.Il tti iiM in-iioii. u.
will receive our careful aitnuunn,
aud we pi-online alwayx cour
Ittuex Certificates oi fe"nit baati-i iutvrest
Buys and sella Foreign Exciangj, County
aud Cltv securities
JOU KlTZOERAf.l, A. W. MoLAUOIIl.t
OF PLAT rS MOUTH. NEBRASKA, . '
Often tbe very beat taciiltiea lor the prouipt
transaction of legitimate
BANKING ; BUSINESS.
Mocks, Bonds, Gold. Government''! Lori
nocurittes Bought and Sold, Deposits receiv
hI and interest allowed on time Orttn
eaten. Drafts drawn, available in ai.y
pari of the United Htuen and a'l
the principal towns ot
Collections made dr promptly remitted
rket prices paid (or County War
State aud County Bond.
John R. Clara. d. EUks worth
A. W McLaushlln. F. K. wnite.
WEE PINO WATER, - NEB
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vlce-rresident.
B. 8. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A Several Mim Dnsmess Trasxctsj.
Received, and Interest allowed on Tlaie Certr
Drawn available In any part ot the United
States and all the principal cities ot Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Wmi Line of Stealers.
Sank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth 8treets.
. f!. H. PABMELE. Fresldent,
1 .1 M. PATTERSON. Cashier! (
Transacts a General Bantini Business
HIGHEST CASn PRICE
Paid for Count and City Warrant.
and promptly remitted (or.
R B Win Jhara, J. SL Patterson, O. H. Pamela
F. R. Outhmann. W J. Agnew.A. B.
S-nith. Fred O order.
Instructions in Music.
Mrs. Simpson respectfully aunounces
to l.er friends and patrons that ebe will
continue to rf-celve a limited number
of pupils for instructions in music, tbe
Fall term beginning Sept. 1st. Music
rooms four doors west of the Presby
terian church. U6tf
K. of I;
ileeta every Tuesday eveuing at thes
Castle Hall, In Kockwood Block. V
ithifc Knights are invited to attend.
r H. M. Bons, C. C.
W. L Dykes. K. of It. and S.
The Ie Man.
Joa. FairQeld has established an of
fice at Monarch billiard hal), where It
will contract with consumers to supply
ice for the season at the lowest terms,
Fresh Blackberries and Blmberrlei
received dally at Bennett & Lew Is'.
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