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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1881)
PL A T TS XI O U T IT, NOV. IT, 1881.
The Republican prohibitionists of
Wisconsin came very near electing
enough Democrats to the Legislature
to secure the repeal of the temperance
laws already in force. Inter Ocean.
OUR dispatches yesterday peinted
out clearly that the Ureenbackers will
hold the balance of power in he or
ganization of the House of Represen
tatives. The new house lias seen
moie changes in advance of its meet
ing than are usually recorded in the
two years of the lift of that body.
After the elections last year it stood
as follows: Republicai.s, 147; Dem
ocrats, 134; Greenback Republicans, 4 ;
Greenback Democrats, 4; Straight
Greenback, I; Readjusters, 2; Inde
pendent. 1 ; the Republicans thus hav
ing a majority of one in the full
House f 293 members. Recently a
Republican elect from New Hamp
shire (Farr). a Di-mocrat-elect from
New York (Fernando Wood), and a
Democrat elect from South Carolina
f O'Connor.) died, and each has been
replaced by si man of his own party.
Then, Five of Maine, Miller and
Laphatii of New York. Aldrich of
Rhode Island and Conger of Michigan
have been elected to the Senate, all of
them Republicans and all being suc
ceeded by Republicans. The weak
spot lias appeared in the Eleventh
New York District, where Levi V.
.Morton, Repm lican, resigned to be
come Minister to France, and R. P.
Flower, Democrat, has been elected in
his place. This leave the Republi
eans in a minority of one, though if
Rev. J. Hyatt Smith, of Brooklyn, the
-Independent," votes for a Republican
Speaker, as he has said h will do. it
might still give the Republican's the
Mgauizaliou of the House.
That in attending the entertainment
given by the Georgias, you will find
everything strictly first class, chaste
and "select free from all coarsness,
vulgar allusions, or broad double, en
("itdres. so extremely offensive to a r
tl.ied nature. In fact their great pop
ularity is mainly dua to tho fact that
their performance is one where a fath
er can take his child, a husband his
wife, a brother his sister, n young man
his sweetheart, or a minister his fam
ily, with perfect confidence that they
will see or hear nothing of an-immor-al
nature; while the sweet singing,
beautiful music, and the oddities of
the native bom Southern negro, can
not fail to amuse, delight and instruct
all who may witness their peerlesss
and original representations.
At Fitzgerald Hall Monday 21st.
'Get right out of this." shouted an
i iiat--d merchant to a mendacious
eirk. ''this is the third lie I have
caught you in since 10 o'ch ck this
niorring." Oh, well." said th- new
man. "don't bo too hard on rie. Give
ti follow liie to ltitrn tho rules of the
house." Hawk rie.
Children's Magazine Of America."
This illustrated magazine for young
folks has now attained a circulation
larger, probably, than that of any
other monthly magazine of its class.
It has been called a '-marvel of perfec
tion, both as regaids iU literary ex
cellence and artistic merit." It was
the first to give to Ixys and girls the
very best illustrations that could be
had, and has earned the name of
"The Children's Art Magazine."
The greatest living writers of Eu
rope and America are among its
To the Citizen's of theCeuntjaud State
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and lire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wish
ing to build a Ure:proof house before
the comet conies down,cll on J. T. A
HoovEn. Louisville. Nebraska.
HI E AT JIAKK LT.
Charles Dudley Warner, Henry Ixiiifrlellnw,!
John !. Wliitt ier, H. H. Bcycsen. '
Saxe Holm, Bret Harte, - j
(iail Hamilton. Thomas Hujrhes, !
I.nuisa M. Alcott, Ionuld li. Mitchell. !
Harriett 1. Sto!Tor.l. F.liabeth S. riielpj.
fJeorno Mai'Iloiiahl, Washington Gladden
The Goodale Sii-ters Allied Tennyson,
John Hay, Clarence Cook,
liossitcr Johnson, Susan Coolidge,
Ktlwaict Ejijileston, Prof. R. A. I 'root or,
Christian;. IN'S-itti. Mi-s. A. 1. Whitney,
Frances Hod-on Burnett, t'elia. Thaxter,
Marion H.tiiam), T. W. Hijiu-'ou.
Lucy Laicom, Noah Biook.s,
Author of "Alice in Wonderland"
and hundred of other.
PLATTSMOUTH.NEB., MAIN ST.
At this shop you'll find meet whole.oiu and
Sausage, pork mutton ami veal.
And it i. our belief, you'll buy excellent lef.
If you at thi butcher hp deal.
He keeps always on hand the best in thf lti ;
OF HUch as your families ned ;
lot hers may d well, but they cannot excel,
For FUkler will still take the lead.
A good bargain ywn'll make if you want f buy
tr mnn meat or to boil or to flT.
You caa baie a sd" hatajr you! hane forj;oods
Competition he well may del.
This btisincs. provides forgom! pelts and hides.)
Laid and lallaur he'll both buy and sell ;
4nd yo'll fliid Ihi tha tse, there's nit otlmr
You'll do better, if you will quite a well.
Aud this we mav tell if you've fat cattle to
j or hogn or .beep that are nice ;
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS
Lara-e stack af
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
an 4 ia fact verything your call for in
tba line f
CASH PAII FOB HIDKS AMI Kl-'liS.
All kinds of cauatry orvduca tiike o ai
them ri'lit here and yon atad;
Hhat Fnlutid Suvsoflt
London I'nilv ew :
j You can brbij
i But for them you'll cet a t;ood price.
We wi-h we Satisfaction to all who iva luni a call.
could voint out its eiu;il in our owu peiiodicalj it hi. intention to give.
It i the best of all
Mlrinr World: "Tlierr is no literary'
Mauaine for the youiur that can be aid to
equal it." I
ICrilllatit rculiirrs of
The C omiii Vi
The ninth v lame, which begins with Hie
November, lssi nunilu l. will comaiu a new
Ity Irn. Slary 31 a pen IoJse.
editor of St. Nn hoi. ah, author of 'Han
Briuker. ir the Silver Skale." etc. A seci,nd
Aerial ury, lull of lively incident. 1
1 he HoosieT SchoelbojV
author of "The Hoosier Schoolmaster," etc..
A single articie of universal interest:
'How Child ten Should Learn Mush-.",
by It 1c hard U'aenrr.
the eminent composer. Two other serials, one
dealing with campaign life in i lie iate war. and
the other with iul and I5i Life in t lie 13th Ceu
tury. flays for Home and School. F.mbroidery
for ;irN. Amateur Newspaper. Illustrated
Braei ical and lefcritive I'apei-s. Articlf in
Spoifs. and The Treasure-box of Literature will
tie auioan the featuies if this jrreat volui ie.
An tiiimene edition will he printed of the
( hrit::tas Number,
which will be ready about December 1st.
l'riee. :i 00 a year : '2r cents a number. Sub
scriptions taken and uiaaines Mld oy book-;
seller and news-dealers everywhere, or ine,
TllK CKNTCBY CO.
:ilt2 Isiox SgiMHK. Nk.-ohk.
! For we'r certain indeed, this belong t his;
Not only to lira but let live !
31 in 3
All kintls of
FA KM IMPLKMKNTI
Neatly d' l'romplp
M ANTFACTl'KEK OK
On Main Street. oppoMle Court Hull".
Horse. Mulc& Ox Shoeing,
! In short, we'll shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zehra to (iiraflfe.
t come and see U3.
u Filth S between Main ayJ Vine Streets,
ust iwros e corner from tb Nnvr II KKALf
Ot klc toy"
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
i Carriages always on Hand
H E ARSE iVoNER ALS.
Jpcvhil 33 ninth
maae to oraer. Also h koihi nne 01 nmoaer will be made
Articles of all kind. Tobaccos. &c , c
Livery, Feed & Sale
U? A-IKLIEj NOTICE !
I want all of djv accounts settled to date,
ami 1 shall do nu alore credit business. All old
accounts must be settled up. and 1111 tiw ones
1 mess sucli account.' ar .etiiea
;cm3 shwrtlv they will be cued.
' I wish to do a titiictiy c;vsh business is futura
JOHN SIIAN5( .
Or an Old Stable in new hand ent irely :
When Ji lviniah M;i on, tlie eminent:
l.iwer, was m-ar his ml, h heard hia I
daughter speaking. He roused up and '
inquired, Alary, what did you say?"
"Nilliiii";, papa," .do replied. The!
old spirit of th ex-tmiuer woke iu
him. and he said
Th New Firm of ;
PA TTI.KS0N it DIXON.
n thM d
on the Crner of th and Pearl Streets wita '
New Livery Outfit.
"Mary, what words
diA you use to sav not h 11":?"
m t U;OOI HOHSKS ANI 'AKKIAOES at
HUIISES HOV(SHT AXO SOLD,
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and tail Deaiera ti
i street. Comer of Fifth.
a,i I'LATTSMOL'n, .... NEB.
.HORSES FOR SALE, ilJ II
ootiiiR6ins: nom who plactMl th funnrj jrits-rs luu nnr a v sor.n. I 5. Jim
items under tho head of ammeul ;roW.s kept RY the DAT on rrr.EK.. n RAIlMriCTBR
nole3- 'Call and see PATTERSON & DIXON; U A U III t 1 3 1 D n
aaavA-pBBMBnMM I Vhm laL.a IT w.m Yt tnA iLt II V
Tho juico of papan apples has the
remarkahlo propertof rend4?rirjg ten
der tho toujrhost n'e'its.
Umm. Tim MhliVilr. 6,
Ml mmrtimfmim. Br C
a a. Clark kL, CkM( tO.
Furnlskea Freth, Pur Milk
BpMlal caJI. attended to. and Fre.h Milk
fraaa aaiua cow f arcihed when wanted. 41y
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