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Till' RSI A Y, MARC!! 1 1M1.
ICsTKi: slill leails in the California
inriiatoi ia 1 oiitc-l, with UrYoi!:);.; a
Till-; snow storm in tlif west of
Uniaml not only stoix(l tin- rail
ways I 1 1 1 I 'lorl'.adf 1 tlif wai'on
TllIC Kansas If f i.-la I n re lias a'
joiiriH'd, whiU' the !far peoplf f
NfbrasUa iau:-l rulfor for two wcci.s
Tin: worst storm o f ( I ic ye a r s t ri :c l
Knoland yesterday. des 1 103 i 1 1 u
iN.iny vessi'ls a nd doini; " i t-aL ihiin
rif'e alon:; the I'mi'l
k. n t
1 . KNOT I - it N h rs
' I. 'I "lay, .unl --(
I'l.il It'll nil. .Ncii. i -I-ir.i.i
:U f. i ' .-. in.iiN
Til 1: de inoera
' 'veniion in New
i-" rla. The'. 11 111
; la id a state ron
I lampshire yesier
t he .U'ell i ii reai ly
for a cool ca m pa ii;,'ii ii amon
;ra n i te hills.
Si-x'KMCTAK'v or Static I5r, AiNicever
-')n the alei 1 lo f,;;i;t ;i point of v:::it
11 iV" lor Americans has lepii;'d
John Y. I'osif r and JamcsC IJlaine
jr.'as sjH'cial envoys lo Spain, where
'ihey are expected to aria!i:;e for
trade reciprocity between tb is cot: r.
Iry and Cul a.
1 III: house has passe. 1 a hill ap-
proprialiiiir lt!!).( t t) for a Nebraska
Ijlow-out at Chicao'o in 'it:?. The
milk ot this sum will he lost or
frittered away without benelittino
the stati- 10 (he amount of a penny
Taxes are already too hi","h. without
iiicreasin o; them by fooling away
'people's money in silly advertising
rKi:sinr:.T Ci.rvrr.Axii's aro-u
-.ineiit in vetoino- the direct tax bill
will make it real awkward for Pre
ident Harrison to si" 11 it. HtiSton
I'resident Cleveland also made
-arirtinieiits to lumdrecls of
vetoes of ohl soldier bills, but it has
not made President Harrison fee
awk ward while si niiiQ- them. The
Mien are built differently. Inier
The Stale Senate has pone to Dcn
rer on a bi junket tour of three
days. The senators are the invited
quests of the Denver board of trade
and will be treated to the best the
land affords. In the mean time all
Nsbraska will take a brief rest.
The house, not to be behind the
times, started to-day for Grand Is
land where they will visit the Sol
dier's Home and the great beet
TlIE Nebraska Independents that
were organized to perform wonders
Slave took a hand at everj-thiiinf of
an established nature except to
amend the Lord's pra3er and repeal
the ten commandments, and in all
their wild visions of upheaval, Ibey
thus far have accomplished 110th-
isiyf except to depreciate
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iu iIiiiib me vaiucs 011 .
property interests of the
Tin: Omaha lice, in bidding" for
-the position of lending organ for
-the democratic party, comes out in
a two column telegram from Lin
coln this morning which fully en
titles it to the chcrihed position of
the leading" democratic paper in the
late. A republican that will sup
port this vile .-beet after its treachery
is neither true to his party nor to
Wllir.IC the democrats ore jubilat
ing with great joy over the election
of General Palmer to the United
States Senate, we are inclined to
take a little comfort too, seeing that
Palmer was one of the fathers of
the republican party, and was there
sit its birth. And knowing too, that
the old man did not desert thepartv
-fintil it was strong enough to go
alone; in fact he was one of us until
lie got childish from old age.
Wherefore, we are constrained to
a-vmark that Painter ought to be
lionorcd like Thayer for the good
Jie has done. Th' simple fact lh;y(
-Qie old man is a lilt Ieoif nowshould
aiot be charged against him. We
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law I)' ill"' licl'ii. T.ils
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con l ilnitfii In ill-.' f,"'in!a 1 ili-.i'otn-iitaif
of tin- lioiii'iioiis, anil "a l r
aroiiscd re p 1 1 1 1 1 ic;i!) pa rl ' con ri"oa i s
a divided a nd df n io. a I i.r d dc n ion ;
era " d i mi j ''hoi 1 1 1 I if i . i t i io i" o f w
York." Thill t.r;,ias io souiiti liki
old limes. Slate Journal.
Tie: Hop of t he t wo indeperid
ser.a lors lo 1 'a in ii t" in Illinois
made wide 1 1. aches in the liia:
i in.- a ure.i 1 1 i.a . io. 1. lit.- ;! )p
iiei's" are ron 1 id I y a I nr-ed by their
pariy associaies ol 1 a ri ! a"." . 1 -j : i '. ' t i
can proclivities. Served yon rihl,
;,d 1 i leme 1 1, this thine, of t;et i i 11
w 1 k.
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to reiorm ihe i-at ili wo.it
I f you want a pm c, clean a!
aiion of aiiairs, vote for re-
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oi k:.ow:i i!ia: a.c.ei
d end ! 1 1 !u- acco r. : ;
s wa ; a!er: . ai'.er .-n ;'
delier ibe :eople
is a la :ce and la i ! 1: 1
1 shown bv ceii'isr:
As A sample of me t roj xI i ta n ion r
:ia I :si ic si le we com me i a 1 u'a 1
lowimr fu.'iu the Chica.-o
which was trying tc say somethiu
on behalf of (I aieral Palmer's elec
tion to the I'nitcd States Senate.
The learned editor closes his article j
like this:, I
Henceforth it shall not be said j
that itistiiuiioaalism, bttttressiij-a: a j
p......-......-!..,. .....1. .ui..,io.i. ,
-cu'iiee ami witiiout mollis ami
supporting; class rule as tiel as it
is unjusi and un-Ame rican. is in
vincible against the assaults of a
The average democrat who reads
these f.ilsome eulogies a:td lii.n'h
llown ICnlish is impressed at once
with the idea that the writer is a
PFCOGNIZING BLAIN'S SERVICES
The address to ilr. lilaine of the
wholesale merchants in New York
Cily, .signed by firms repretcniini;"
.." ),f)CO,Oyj invested in actual busi
ness, is a remarkable testimony of
the appreciation of the great ser
vices rendered to American i rade by
Mr. IJlai tie's policy of reciprocity.
Tlie signers of the address do not
belong to any one party. The names
of democrats as well as republicans
are appended to it.
The magnificent stroke of states
manship by which Mr. lilaine lias
secured for this couniry a market
that will absorb millions of dollars
of American products so far trans
cends ordinary parly measures that
seiis;ble and patriotic democrats
join in the praise that is universally
bestowed upon the secretary of
state for the services he has render
cdthe country hy the inauguration
of a policy whicli promises to pro
duce results of incalculable value.
The sinners of the address are
men of affairs, who can set a proper
estimate 0,1 the character of the ben
efits diat Mr. lilaine has been insiru
m 'iital in conferrina on the counlrv
They cannot, therefore, be milled
I3" the carping criticism of free
trade and mugwump press, which
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depreciate Uie jjoiicy ol reci)i"ocity
with Sotuli America. New York
merchants who have dealings with
South American States, and have,
therefore a practical knowledge of
what reciprocity with these coun
tries can effect, radical'-disagree
wit h the views of these anti-PIaine
sheets. These sheets, however, may
be expected to keep up their attacks
on reciprocity, which they assail
principally because it is associated
with the name of one whom they
hate. Irish World.
OUR CENTER OF POPULATION.
Tin-: census bulletin just issued,
showing the shifting of the center
of populai ion for the last hundrod
1 years, is interesting as tracing the
course of the tide of population.
When the first census was taken in
ITiK) the center of population was
twenty-three miles cast of Balti
more. During the succeeding ten
years the population increased in a
westward direction, with the result
that the center of population at the
opening of the present century had
shifted to a point about eighteen
miMs west of Baltimore. Ten years
later it was forty miles north-west
ucceeding decale the cen- j
w-.-( n ( I al lla- lifjfin-
f i ili- -var ii ha ! it ac'u'tl a
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coincidi'. i 1 ai 1 . 1 1 1 a pob s World.
'i lit. foiiowii)-,; telegram from
Y.ishiii'.;ti.'i to 1 he A ssocia ted I 'ress
will be ni'.vs to some of the western
democrats who have "'iven their
heart lo Cleveland. The telegram
The nana- of John M. I'almer of
1 1 1 i 1 aii.-, whose ea'Ct ion to the I'ni
led States senate yesterlay termi-.
aalida dead lock which altracled j
per.-onal atiention, is on every lipi
A prominent politician who a r- '
rifd in Wa.shiii-j lo.i from New
1 ii'k this 1 1 1 o in 1 1 1 1" says lliat wlien
il was known hi . New York yesterday
liiuruin;;- ih;it (i'.-neral I'almer was
e ecie,! '.. -ena'.or, 1 he talk of I'almer
lor pre-ideat in IS'Jli was rife. At
'.l-e c-lh.n'iai rooms of tie - Commer
cial Ad er 1 isv-r. a wei 1 1. a ox. n Cl ve-
! paper. J aimers name as p'tu
down as, 1 1 :e ca
was .-lated that
N- w York state
o! a New York :
!i.i.!:e lor l-Mj. it
ihe ! i:-.-.' a : i. . a i a
'aade tin' s f led 111:1
liie.-e vn"..s a:e iloiC'im 10
i't to be 1
.- i i 1 i !i ca . : ! . i ' lu' as the',
ev.iii a 1 s 1 '.at .'. which has
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v'. ii- se I'linn:' is a next-door in-
! -or :s-i-! a warm 1 i.-ivmi.'i! :'; ai oi
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;-. liiat various ! ei e;..v."a ms 1 d
lie'wee:! New York ami leading"
weslera democrat.--, tin." result ol
which will probably be mtuo'.mccd
ia a torini.'ahle i 'a hue1" boon 1 w! 1 kit
wih he iai'echcd !;om Nc. York in
1 1 se 1 1 . t la y or so. tcacnil l aiiiicr
I is kaown lo hold coi.-'Ci'";ii ivc views
oil the (piesliou of coir.ao'e, whicli
j makes him jiopuhir in the east.
1 f 1 he democratic party is so hard
up for presidential material lhal it
must take an old man 71 year.-; of
;1o.e U; nlvv to find an available
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be 110 trouble in releia ii:!" that
IJi ilish free trade parly to the rear
by a more decisive vote than was
given in 1MS8.
Go to JOK and lay in your supply for
m.t year. It will imv voii gi oct in'er
c t ut the pi ices hu is closi)" out his
A fine worsied men's sub, former
p ce !flS now l'i.aO at Joe's 1 1
You CJ'iiiiol Torni an idea wiiaL it
is to sell cloili' lg, eic. ; and be'ow
cosi u fi'A y on look liiot'gti JOK'S
A genuine Sietson 1 hat at 52.73
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thk Bkst Sai.vk iu the world for Cuts
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruption.", and posi
tively curea Piiee, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to eive si-tis faction, or
money refunded. Price 25 ceuta per box.
For sale by F. O. Fricke & Co.
I will have for sale at John Y.
Stone's fruit farm, one mile west of
Glenwood, Iowa, in time for plant
ing this spring, a large stock of ap
ple trees of the varieties tested by
experience in this climate and prov
ed to be Valuable in South-western
Iowa and South-eastern Nebraska.
These trees were grown in Mills
county, Iowa, and in Missouri and
from this stock Mr. Stone will plant
heavily this spring, ami most of
them were grown in the nurseries
from which he has planted largely
during the last six years. This
farm is six miles east of Platts
mouth. K. C. WlllTIC,
w'Jt Glenwood, Iowa.
The ladies of the M. IC. church
have secured Prof. I-,. 1,. Crosthwait,
thi' celebrated elocutionist, to give
an entertainment at the church
Tuesday evening, March 17th.
Tickets'2." cents. On sale at Wild-
man & Fuller's. tf
Is recognized as the leading gro
cer ot the city, lie keeps glassware,
qucensware. all kinds of groceries
and table delicacies. dtf
Every one indebted to JOE,
The One Price Clothier, must set
tle within thirty days or the ac
counts will be placed in the hands
of a Justice tor collection. tt
Joic Klein. Wm. Fisiikk.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the umlersigned under the
firm name of Bieck .v Walker is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts duesaid firm must be paid
to Henry Bceck, whoassumes all in
debtedness of said firm.
I Iexky Bocck.
Geo. W. Walk ick.
I-eb. 2C isoi. dwlm.
JOE lins nor "bv.rsted." Joe never
has failed, for ho believes there is nn
: honest living for everybody, Iut owing
j to Dissolution of Partnership. Joe is rem-
pelled to close out his nice and clean
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Tin' .iiiii'' r mi if I n ii t of
C'art v 11 lull -t. k d eriH-riii
1111 ii -1 1 hi. 1 1- vli. i'ii ili yill vi'i V
ciS'. Ili ;' --t (iiiii- iiiid for
Itll kililbot t:illll tnb'fc. (Ji ll
noils tri-atni' iitaii'l f ai ilealii;
is III- suti I t' .ml S'ieei'i.i.
ciias L our,
'cav Drug-ton! at Murray
is liiasliine 1,1.-1 iii-w Imiliiinix which
will In- oe u;.ii'l with :i tirst
r I a.' s slock o 1
v-"" Yntir J 'ut run: nre is c ordiiilly S ilieite
Cannot bceonu- hi.Mithy food simply by
the process of death.
owe i to tin-nisei ves and society to
In swine r-ii.-inix tln.t will pronotc tl;e
public health. Ilos should be fed,
r. Jos. Haas'
HOG and POULTRY REMEDY
The only reliable medicine for swine.
Used successfully for fourteen years
Arrests Disease, slops Cough,
Increases ihe Flesh.
For sale by F. Q. Fricke & (Jo
Pmcm; 'Jolb-t cans, $12.50. $2.5
$1.25 au J 50s per p icka --'. The lares
aretlu chiMps-it, VVrite ror testimonial
'Hoolosy," 04 -patce pamphlet on
swine will be muiled for a 2-cent stamps
Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
JOS. IIA.A3 fndianapolia
CLARK'S HOG REMEDY
Clark's Poultry Remedy.
REST IN THE WORKD.
For sale by
0, II. SM'DElt.
DruSgist. Platts-mouth, Neb.
Or thD LK.uor Habit, Positively Curer
oy ADt:i;::sT::r:i;M or. kaisis' cotatH sptcinc.
It czn be plven In a cup ct colea or tea. or in sr.
liclcs of vxid. without the knowledpe ot tbc por
wn taking it; it li absolutely harmless anri wil.
effect a permanent ami Fpeedy cure. vlictlr
the patient ii a moderate drinker or an ale.hilic
w reck, it NEVER FAIL8. 'e GUARANTEE
a eompleto cure in cvsry Instance. 4-4 page boo
FREE. AfMre! in confi'leiire.
ViLOEM "iPEUFIC Ca, 1 Sa Baci St CincmnalLO-
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IT? mf.irtKl. don, X W A IT1WI. tt m ft VT TC U i-fJ
HKUTAIH, mod cur UiJu retail in U enrmble cmrt Cj
I A lincle trlml rotivtooM tb most kp ileal prW fi0r.fi
nd 1, of I'rari-fi c w mU hir.n( WHKK torjj
DK. tu SCHIFFM ANN, 8t.Paul. Mion.il
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was ifiauci' SiirL
lulilOVNlAAUS cOAP -
W. D. JONES. Proprietor.
THE FINEST RIGS
( arriii-es lor ricjisiiie
('ur. 4th and Vine
WILL KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Full aud Cotnplt te line of
Drugs? Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUCGISTSSUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carel'ully Compounded at all Hours
THE OLD RELIABLE.
if. i nmmi k m
PIHF LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
(Jan supply everw demand of the city.
Cull and t;et terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
Cor.btactly keeps on hand Jcverything
you need to furnish your house.
CORNER SIXTH AND MAIN STREET
Waon and B"acksiiith slioi
Vai;on, Buggy, Machine and
plow Repairing done
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
lie uses tbe
Which is the best horseshoe for the
rarmer, cr for fast driving, or for city
purposes ever invented. It is so made
that anyone cf.n put on sharp or flat
corks, as needed fcr ivd and slippery
days, or smooth, drv road". Cull at
hi3 shop and examine the neveksltp
nd vou 'will use no other.
J. M. SUNELLB ACKER.
112 North Fifth St. Plattsmouth
3 H r &
Midit Drives Always
Um Meat Market
105 S Cth St., Union Block, formerlj
415 Main street. - jL I
V Splendid Mttrket, where Everyt
Kept is first Class. We aim tu
olease, and solicit the Patron
age of the Public.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS,
THE SWEETEST CUTS,
FINEST CUIIED MEATS,
OAHE. FISH AND OTHKR DHMCA.CIK3
By fair and honest dealing I expect to
merit & share of the trade.
131-lm. J. R. VALLERY. Prop
KANUFACTURER OF AKI
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TOTS
Thoicest Brands of Cigars,
til 1 i.
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' AR1 1'
a: ways in Btock.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Floor and M a SBBCialtr
iitrorfie the Publo Solicited
JOHNSON BDILDIHGi NOftlli 6Mt
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