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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1891)
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Alloi.l.-rl.-ft wlili Hie .M -l-rk will l-e
lroiiiiiy tl-iidl to.
IIKKH K IN COIMM- IIOI-SK.
IM.iltsmoiilh. - - NVbraska
H Opend up Th
Fuetst. "letn.'st, 0mBt-
IX Til K CITY
Wlu rt- may be found choice wines
lijuors iitid cigars.
AN II Kt'SKK Bl'SCH BKKR.
BASS' AI.IS WIIITK I.AHKL,
always on hand.
COKXKK OK MAIN ANI KOUKTH ST.
TKHKlll STKKKT MKIM'II ANT TAimii.
Krr.ru a rui.i. link
DMONDS A: WO FT.
Fn&i.'.r.u - MH'i-n.
(jnamlt Your loir"' t ,,1m ''
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Till- I'tONkKK lKU'HANr K
Carry a full stock of general mer
chandise whibh the sell
very close. Highest
price paid for
all kinds of farm pro
duce. lenerous treatment &
fair dealing is the sncret of success
KNOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published evry Thursday, .and dally every
oveuInK except 8unday.
KeKlstered lit the r"lattsiiioutli. Neb. poat
alllcefor traiisinllon through the U.jS. nialU
4t secoud class rate .
Om;e corner Vine and Fifth streets.
: producers Home kiml 'they will
not feel miiM attracted by the sort
of cheapness that would require a
considerable paring off of their
i wages. Irish World.
IT is reported that Major Jac
quette of IMattsmouth. late of
Weeping Water, was the smoothest
man on the Hoor at tlie alliance
convention Saturday, as he voted
TRKHH KOK WKKKLY.
One copy, one year. In advance Idential.-
One cony, one year, not in auvancn w
the whole town of IMaltsinoulh
without resorting to proxies or cre-
One copy, six inonthl. in advance .. .
One cpy. three month. n advauee.
TERMH FOK IAIL
One cop one yvar in advance
One copy per reek. by currier
One copy, per month -
M ANUKAl I IKK OK ANI
i:'iia:.r:rnLX niru rft'.u
HKAI.K1! I Tfl K
C1IAS. K. ROOT,
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
KUI.I. LINK. OI-
TOBACCO AND SMOKR.x's ARTICLES1
always in stock
fl'CKWKILKK & IATTZ.
SOKNNICIISKN & SCI1IRK.
The Washington Avenue
FLOUR AND FEKD
IRST : NATIONAL : BAN K
OK PLATTSMOUTH. NEBKASKA
f did up capital
We nay no rent and sell for CASD
You don'tjpay any bills for dead beat?
when you buy of tins firm.
.iffers tue very bet Imties for I he promp
juritte bought m.jI (ll "'ffiflcare.
nd interest allowed on the ceruiicai
Vlraw.i availaDle in any part of th.
BLueV Stated u" all the principal tewn O
OOLLKCTIONS MAIf AND PROMPTS KBM.l-
r k i .
........... vi i.ti.-t. n.id for County Wai-
rants. State aW County bonds.
DI RECTO KS
John Fit7,7rald JVhrT
Ham Wauh. ,Ki ' wliue
Ueorne E. Dovey
beet SOFT COAL always on
MONDAY, AUGUST 10. 1891.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
The republican electors of the
state of Nebraska are requested to
semi delegates from their several
counties, to meet in convention in
the city of Lincoln, Thursday, Sep
tember 24, 1K91, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose of placing in nomi
nation candidates for one associate
justice of the supreme court, and
two members of the boaru oi re-
rents of the state university, and to
transact such other ousmess as
maybe presented to the convention.
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows. oem
based upon the vote cast for Hon
Geo. H. Hastings, for attorney gen
eral in lS'.N), jrivinff one delegale-at-lar"-e
to each county, and one for
each l.")0 votes and the major frac
the democrats insisted, it
t:iriiT tlisit brouirht about
I the low price f wheat, corn and
farinproductslastyear.it must be
the McKinley bill that has caused
an increase in the price of these
commodities this year.-Beatrice
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. 71 Ked Willow.
. 3 Kichardson
R Seward 10
. 5 Uheridan J'
fl: Sherman 3
. L'iStauton 3
. 2i'l"hayer .
. 2IThohias -'
. 8 Vallev
. a Washington
. 4 Wayne
3 a etter
. 4 Wheeler
"The world do move." A promi
nent Texas paper, the Austin
Statesman, in a leading editorial,
declares that "the pistol must i;o."
That is the voice ot civilization.
Not one time in twenty does the
pistol hit or kill the riht party
The practice of carrying one in the
pocket is cowardly and the results
SIXTY new boys may be admitted
to West Toint this year. 1 ins is
the finest military academy in the
world, ami now is the tutu' for Un
contests to be had to see who may
enter. Another year it is more than
likely that all these boys will heap
pointed by the different senators
without an examination, which
will make it easier to jjain an ad
mittance to this great school.
&n to mate cbihe as white as Ite sun
bfidh your vorlC as soohl as begun.
- claus soap is tfielhing Ifiat Will ao it.
?ce mm it yon never wm rue it.
THE alliance convention at Weep
ing Water was composed of a rep
resentative body f men, that in
appearance would have compared
favorably with any other party in
the county. Their deliberations
were marked with an earnestness
and zeal that could not be misun
derstood. There were a few polit
ical hucksters and Hoppers present,
but they composed a very small
JIIK CITIZKNS HANK.
PLATTSMOUTH - NEBKASKA
Otyttal stock paid in W i
Authorized Capital, $100,000.
4 HANK OAKUUT11. JOS. A. CONMJK,
yf. H. (TUSHUUa. Cabier.
irwa CurruTh J. A. Connor. K. K. GutdmDt
W. Johnson, Henry Boeck. John O'Keefe
W. D. Merriam, Wm. Wetencamp, W.
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
EVERYTHING - FRESH - AND - IN - SEASON
TR4NSACTS:A GENERAL BANKING BDSlNES I want your Poultry, Kffg8,But;
, . i.r nnri vour tarm nroauce oi an
kinds. I will pay you the highest
cash price as I am buying for a
hm in i,incoin.
No vote returned.
It is recomended that no proxies
be addmitted to the convention,
and that the delegates present be
authorized to cast the full vote of
It is further recomended that the
state central committee select the
temporary organization of the con
vention. John C. Watson.
WALT.M. SEELY, Chairman.
Colonel Hkice. the chairman of
the democratic national committee,
Imvs n convict's labor in Tennessee
a whole year for from $S0 to $.K)
lie doesn't work them any "eitfht
hours," either, but from sun uj to
sunset. He makes millions and
ives Iarely to the campaign, and
mwli i;itK' side sneculations have
to be winked at for the ood of the
oartv. The fact remains, however,
4i-it f..lm 1i;im disnlaced an
honest worker, and his family must
io Ip ft to linstle or starve so that a
few millionaires can double up on
NEW LUMBER YAAR
J. II. tJRAVES A:
DEALKKt IN PINK LUMHEK,
WlilWULK. LA I II, MA1S11.
IX KS, HLINDS.aixl all btiiMiin.' inateiKil
Call and see us at the corner of
Ilth and Elm street, one block
north of Heisel's mill.
Everything to Furnish Vour Houso.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Having DiirehatMl the A. V. Wt c-kbacli store room on south
Alain street where Tain now located I can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest having just put in the largest stock
oi' new goods ever brought to the city. (Jasoline stoves
and furniture of all kindssoldon the installment plan.
Ruvs aua sens exciiauRr-. vwu.n j
AK OK CASS COUNTY
Cor Main and Fifth street.
, $50 000
. 25 000
THK LEADING GROCKR
Plattsmouth - - Nebraska
iVc.1r.ir Vice President
ITred Tnier cslieir
J. M- Patterson rhfer
2 M. Patterson. AfiSl ca nier
.-. tt p,rmi.i.M Patterson. Fred Oorder.
X. H. Smith. K. B. WiDdbam. B. S. Kamsey anC
V." M . Patterson
& GENERAL .HANX1NC BUSIHESS
jLosauuts solicited interest allowed on tirne
dpTrt and prompt attentiongiven to all bus
rVi.e ecCrusted to its care.
STAPLE AND FANCY
lrft SIXTH STREET
Tl;e heft of fresh nu ;it always found
jn this market, -vtso iresii
KiTir and Hutter.
Floor and Feefl a Specially
l Hronfige 1 tho Fuble Solicited.
Wild "-ame of all kind kept in their
JOHNSON BDILDINGN Sixth St
TRADE AT THE
i :u .,.,.,.,..,, o.I fliMt the Knirlish
X I IP .11111.'.. ..v . - '
exhibitors at the World's Fair in
tend putting up a list of prices in
two columns. The first column
will ffive the cost to the purchaser
in Great Britain; the second will
give the cost plus the duties to the
American consumer. The English
exhibitors hope they will in this
way render valuable assistance to
the free traders in their fight
against the protective policy. The
theory is that the thousanus wno
will visit the World s Fair will be
so struck by the difference in the
prices that they will return to their
homes determined to join me
ranks of the free traders.
There is no doubt that this
scheme of helping on free trade in
America would work to perfection
if there were not two sides to this
ouestion of . cheapness. If the
thousands who will visit the
World's Fair were simply consu
mers who had a settled income, the
price-list of the English exhibitors
would undoubtedly make such an
impression that there would not be
the ghost of a chance for the pro
tective policy at the polls. But, un
fortunately for the success of this
plan of booming free trade, a very
small percentage of those who will
read the English price list will be
long to the unfortunate few who
are consumers without at the same
time being producers.
Parallel columns giving the
average wages in Great Britain and
the average wages in inencci
would make the vast majority of
the visitors to the World's Fair lose
all interest in these English price
i;t Americans are too sensible
not to know that cheapness of the
English sort cannot be obtained
As v:ist :iiul imnortant as is the
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War Records series now publish
ing bj- the government, there is to
follow a war atlas that will tran
scend anything of the kind ever
undertaken by the government.
There is just completed the plate
for the first battle of Bull Run, one
of the most perfect in details ever
made. In fact, it is all but a photo
graph of the field. It is prepared
from a carefullj' finished map by
General Beauregard and one by
General McDowell. The big atlas
will contain about KM) maps. The
War Record is published at-a phe
nominal rate. A 1,000-page volume
appears every three weeks. Sixty
five volumes are now out' all relat
ing to battles and campaigns. A
second series will follow contain
ing all correspondence between the
states and the federal government;
a third will treat of prisoners of
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at sill Hours
Sixce the Alliance ticket was put
in the field last Saturday at Weeping
Water. Republican stock has ween
steadily raising in the market.
on alt summer goods at Wm.
Wood For Sale.
Over a thousand cords of dry
wood for sale by Charley Hemple.
Leave orders at Henrj- eckback
New Barn New fa took.
le has unshed his
wav to the front as a livery man by
i .Tr.ttiittrr lint tne tinest car
riages and buggies and best horses
... in the state. Those
a:it Ufacton' liverv cant
.i. i.t.T- tlmn to call on ?lr. lar-
Take your prescriptions to Brown
& Barrett s.tbey dispense pine m
c""i,..- -Tliat a r iral of Dekin
Poo-ram, she don't know why she
. ..i L-,m-n nnttv' so she don t.
There's that air gal. she burned her
hand awful, so she clicuaiiu uimmu
x r. Teller's Australian,
OI it . .. , ..
Salve which ud tuck all the fire rite
out and jist marie it gu wen rue on,
so it would, why. she jest put on a
rvf stntf and and you
. . ci.'n know better next
ICS uci , . .
time. For sale by all druggist.
ARE YOU - GOING - TO - BUILD THERE?
Remember that R. O. Castle & Co have an immense stock of
LUMBER AND ALL BUILDIDG MATERIAL
AT HAVELOCK i
And Guarantee Satisfaction in all Thiuirs
R. O. CASTLE & CO
-rur POSITIVE CURE.
I pt v rbi rrHKRS. &A Warren SU Wew Tort Price 50 eU.
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