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PLAT TSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880.
A visitok at Mentor last week tellsjons of our opponents and have been
hv tiie news was received bv (len. indecently and shamelessly repeared
., ... ,. j in an address this day published by
(..aiiiem as ioi;ows. itht,ir st,uniP(l am demoralized nation-
Why, there were dispatches from1..; ,.limmitn.H. Moth these, victories
almost everywhere, from Sayannah,!are the lesult uf tie spontaneous and jot" my acceptance of the great honor
jiammoie, umana, .nempuis, ucu on, enthusiastic uprising of the people in tendered me. Nothing ceuld give rue
Dubuque, knwxvule, lenn., iev Or- favr of patriotic principles, enlight-'greater pleasure than to go forth again
leans, Sai t rancisco but 1 might as ene,j legislation and good govei nraentJshoukler to shoulder, with the gallant
Well refer YOU t.) the map vt the -That in In.li.iiiM has been wan in soifulmen ho sacrificed all tu maintain the
Union to-day, my best efferts shall be
given in tuai ucuaii iivvv as nicj hcio
from 18(11 te 1805. I regret deeply
that prior engagements and profession
al obligation preclude the possibility
United States. It was wonderful. !f t,f lavish xi.nditniH of mnnov
. . i ll 1 , ... 1 - .1
j.et me ten jou me mus u. u-'tl:e democratic candidate-for vice pres
patch from New Orleans: "Uy ihe; jtjent who was nominated solely for
voles of u Indiana ami Ohio the S.lid t)!lt purpose and bv eastern emissaries
North has answered t ie Solid ou:h wjlo iu 1S7G vainlv'atteuipted to pur
that it will help the South to save it-chase t!e president and have traversed
self from the dangers or its own inis-!tll.a 8t;ite shouting against, and at the
takes." A dispatch from Savannah ,ame moment peipetrating frauds
says: "Two Republican Congressmen ma,i possible bv the loosest election
are assured from Georgia;" and disr iaws existing in an rotate in "the union
patches received from Tennessee, Vtr- Jiml which were purposely retained in
ginia. Maryland, and other States lmh- force uy ,e democratic judicial out
cates a solid Sout would be broken in nige. It is apparent from these re
November; that Delaware and Florida su!ts that if the republicans relax no
would be surely Republican, and piob- exel., jon eVerv northern state will
ably Tennessee and North Carohn i.choose republican presidential electors
with some hope tor irginta.
How did General Oarfield
"Well, although 1 am sure
and, which is not improbable, that
recnvf:Sollle of tne southern states will give
'their votes for Garfield and Arthur.
he fel l ' () f t lie stVHiitiin hh-tii L-r nwf-i;Mi'v
union and once more help put down:
.sectionalism through the instrumental-!
uy ot th ballot box as eneclually as
we did with the baynt whilom.
Washington, Lincoln and Greeley have
warned us against the terrible conse
quences of arraying ene portion f the'
country against the other, but a long
use of power has debauched the lead
ers of i epnblicanism until that party
has fa leu away from its grand old
tenets and become a merely sectional
faction, held together by the ringmas
ters who dole out the offices f trust
as rewards for voting them into pow
er by such disreputable means as dis
graced I he country when Siinu'd -I.
Tilden was robbed of the presidency,
largely through the instrumentality of
, iniitler t Grainer.
ALL KINDS OF
j)ainting, raining, (Slasing,
Alfo, Decoration)) of all kind.
Painted in Good Style.
I'JIESCOIXG A SPECIALTY.
A. B. T.WI.OK,
N. Holm km.
.1. Vai.i-krv, Sh.,
very happy, he did not act or talk as if to make the next house of reiresenta
anything unusual were going on. He tives republican, eleven are already
their present candidate for that high
I have unb iinded faith in the
spent the day at home with his family gained in Oregon, Vermont, Ohio and'of fair plav which the American peo
aud seemed to bo the most disinterest-: Indiana. d tl full insult is i vomt-l nlo i thscspil. wnd I lnuiipve
e l person about the house. He receiv-0!T certain. Six senators, necessary Ithat, not withstanding the money and
ed disp itches with the utmost calm- t- make the senate with the vice pres-ltriekerv employed by some of the lead-
ira.aiiujMj SlniMS. ideut. repuinicau, win pronahly te se-lers of republicanism, there are many;
I do not regard as personal to myself, cnred from fie states of Ohio and In-such surprises s Maine afToided in
out as indicating me purose or t'e diana. (already gained) and from lVun-lstore for l hem, and among wthers Ne
AraeTican people to mature the fruits svlvania. New Yrk and Connecticut,! braska will disappoint them,
of war, to assure the American manu- Yet to elect. Thus with the inaugura-j In respectful! and regretfully de
factures full protection in the l;nes of ;iiol, wf (jarlield and Arthur both 'dining the nomination so unanimons
Arnerican industry, and to guarantee branches of tho government are likely !lv tendered me bv the convention, I
to every man, of whatever race or col- tl M, republican once more. Repuhli-'drsire to assure all of its members and
or, equal rights with the richest and cans, however, need to be reminded oflthe party that during this campaign I
'J,fit'" " danger. Disappointed democratic lead-lshall be found battling for the hero of
t.enerai i.arneia was looKing sjuen- ers w ill not shrink from dest.erate!Gettvsbui :f the gallant -and spotless
( IIAitI.es H ARREX.
1 I. A TT MOI'TII KKKANKA.
IM;ife of 'lxi'iiiiesc on Main St.. between 4th
ami. '.tn streets. Shampooing, Shaving, t-liil-dreirs
hair LMittiiig, etc. itc. Hly
An Address by t!:o National RepaMicaii
New Yokk. Oc:ber 13. The re
publican national committee has issu
td the following address:
To liepiililieait rof-. of the Uuittd
The elections of Tuesday last clear
ly show that vith continued zeal and
effort republican triumph in Novem
ber will be complete and overwhelm
ing. Our plurality in Ohio
'22,000, being a gain of 1.!K0
exceptionally large plurality
while the election of fifteen of the
twenty congressman giv(,s us a gain
of Fix meinbeiB. Our plurality in In-
acts to prevent full republican v ictory.i Hancock on every opportunity whk
ij luny engagements permit.
IHt. UVIMJSIOVS LETTER.
II .. i .. .. l . It. a v . i : .... i
for Empty Honors.
Your ol.'edient servant.
RoKT. R. llVIX(iSTOX.
3101HUS O JtOUUKi:,
onre more comes forward with an entire new
ITJXjXj 'o WITSTTEE
StM'k of tlie.fin-st Piece (loods ever hrouglit
into l'latt-nionth ! !
EVERY GARMENT CUT IS
WARRANTED to FIT
Hundreds go there and they are
j Shop opoohite the Com t ITonse. (Jive him a
I call and examine for yourselves. 4stf
Pl.ATTSMOrTII, Oct. 5, lSU.
Hon. J. 'Sterling Jforton, Chairman
State Democratic Committf, Ntbras-A-a
City, Xet. :
My I)v:akSik- I h.ive to acknowl
edge the receipt of votir valued favor
For Sale ( heap.
good young pair f
weigh about ten
and good travelers; also a good
double harness and buggy. Enquire
of the Proprietor. James Pettee.
is about of the 4ih inst., iu which, as chairman ' To the Citizen's of the i'oiinty and State.;
over the of ur state committee, you inform I have now ready for market loo.oooj
of 17!, me of inv unanimous nomination at!,.M;, , . ,,. , ' .. . ... .. ...
ast ings to represent tne people of ; '
Nebraska in congrens. This .u-tion of SJ" :,t reasonable prices; (.it ties wish-!
the convention and your earnest solic-j ing to b'nild a tire-proof house, b f'oie
diaua reaches about i.OOO, being again itatieii of mv ac. eptance of the high
of 21,000 on the democratic plurality trust and honor thus tendered me.
of 1ST8. In the legislature we have a coupled with the fact of so many of
majority of fourteen, in contrast of a my personal friends being on the tb'K
democratic majority of twenty-six in et, many f whom were comrades iu
the last legislature, thus gaining a the union army during the late war,
United States senator. Of the con-fills me with a feeling of heartfelt
gressional districts nine have been gratitude that mere words can never
carried, making a gain or three mem-express. I am solicitous that you;
bers. The result in each state, especi- sheuld convey t the gentlemen coin
ally in Ohio, is a conclusive answer of j posing the convention held at flast
the people to the false and malignant; ings my acknowledgement of their
assaults upon the personal charactericonmlencc in me, and to assure them
of our candidate for president, whichjthat as they are struggling fer thesuc
have thus far been the principal weap-;cess of the only natienal party in the
tii1 (iuu comes down, call on J. T. A.
HoovKir. Louisville, Nebraska. I4tf
.!otiey to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. W. Jennings,
Iff - Plattsmouth.
; Musical Instruments,
j Sole Appointing Agent for
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