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PUBLISIIKI DAILY AND WfcKKLT
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The Plattsmantb Hcrali PdilisMie Co.
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One copy o..e year 2 00
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second elan mailer.
PLATTSMOUTII, MAItt'II '2. lo9:?.
KlMll.s fur '84; and why not?
The speedy extinction of the Sand
wich Islanders is pronhecied. When
they are gone why not send our In
diaus over there.
Dispatches statu that the apple
orchards are killed in the northern
portion of Iowa by the severe winter.
They are unscathed in Nebraska.
Now that our people are discussing
fit persons to fill the various city olliccs
for the ensuing year, let everybody
keep in view the necessity of choosing
Jit men to meet the public .questions
that will arise during the year.
And the democratic party liuvc en -
uorseu aprasnie oi Uhode iianl lor :v-
eruor of that state. If elected wo sup
pose it places the t.innnn William ou
the ljoariU as a oisiblc candidate for
president iu "84. Now it remains to be
seen whether the people of Iiliode Ilan
will endorse the choice of the indc-pend
eut and democratic parties.
The Arkansas authorities don't
eem to have much respect for the
Missouri plan of suppressing crime
They are hunting their chivalric train
robbers dowu with shot guns, - and
mean business too. The Missouri
plan is a little different. The Hon
Frank James is a living example of
how the governor of Missouri "tem
pera the wiud to the shorn lamb "
lintoii & Missouri Il'.vir. it will 0 jt
MMia'w'IuTVre conpirutlfnit roulidently
t-liiiii) ft'ive a shot ter line t Chicago. It
Is to t!.e in'ercst f 4 tin producer ami
shipiH-r in this htate that we have ciu
p I i lion for tin? trade f Nel.i a-ka this
line of rmd wonM, we beJivo, v;ivt tin
healthy coiupetion." It will run south
west tliiouh Iowa, Nebraska ami Kau
nas Hiid will le a reat independent
line to the lakes, wo have tin It. &
M. running eat and west, the M. I,
north and hoiitli, ami now l-t us pneonr
are the diagonal for a southwest line.
What is our Loard of trade doin in re
gard to this enterprise?
V prediet this road, will bo a bonnn
a for southern Nebraska and we think
our people should lose no time in meet
ing the gentlemen who are building it in
order to induce them to enter Nebraska
at this point.
' Thk Lincoln Journal gets otf an ad
mirable homily upon the pernicious
practice of municipalities going into
the repudiation business, and takes
riattsmouth and her High School
IkmuIs us a text. That is all right,
ilr. Journal, but isu't there a great
deal of the old woman's "I told vou
so,' about your sermon.
Ik Peck's bad boy was over iu Lou
don, we would be inclined to think
that the amoosiu' little cuss" had
something to do with those explo
sions, and the sensational boomerang
over the attempted assassination of
the old lady at Windsor, b it we have
the bod boy: with us, aud can't ex-
""plaln it,ttnless perchance, Punch has a
bad boy over there who is just devel
And now Kremlin, where the Czar
is to be crowned, is to be blown into
smithereens, uulcas the boss ot all the
Hussias grants the constitution de
manded of him by the Nihilistic or
ganization. If we were Czar, we
would grant that constitution and
throw in a lot of by-laws with it for
good measure, it' it wojld banish, dy
namite from the KussUu empire.
This blowing up business is getting
to be a serious matter nil over Eu
rope. Even Ilerr Most is trying to
blow himself up in this country, and
we hope nobody will iutcrfere with
his mine if there is any possibility of
his ultimate success. Wiggins has
succeeded, an 1 why not the Iletr.
Democratic leaders like Senator
Morgan, of Alabama, are always
charging the republican party with
legislating against the poor man, and
in favor of pampered corporations and
the wealthy autocrats of the country.
It now appears this democratic senator
has raised a rumpus down in Alabama
by some special legislation he u orked
through for bis own state, which with
draws the public lands of Alabama
from both the homestead and mineral
land acts, placing about two mil.
lion acres of iron and coal lands in the
hands of a syndicate of speculators. If
anything of this kind was to be per
petrated by a s called carpal badger,
there would be a merry war in that
Fish Commissioner Livingston hands
us a note just received from Hon. 1J.
K. Ii. Kennedy, of Omaha, stating that
he (Mr. Kennedy) had just been noti
fied by telegram from Washington
that the "Fish Commission Car" would
leave Washington on the night of the
20th (last evening), containing, for
Nebraska two thousand Get man carp,
four hundred thousand white fish,
hat cited at Central station, Michigan,
aud ten golden ides Cgold fish). These
fish will be received by Messrs. Ken
nedy, Livingston anil May, commis
sioners for Nebraska, iu Omaha on
perhaps tomorrow afternoon, when
they will proceed to plant them in
Nebraska lakes and streams most suit
able for the'r propagation. It has
been impossible heretofore owing to
the scarcity of the German carp in
American waters to procure any great
amount of these valuable fish, but now
through the untiring energy and en
terprise of our fish commission Ne
braska has secured a good nest egg in
this particular. The four hundred
thousand white fish we believe are the
first invoice of this kind of fish Ne
braska has received. In a very short
time, if properly sustained by our law
makers, our fish commission will stock
the waters of Nebraska with good fish
Queen Victuuia secmsto have
beeu niore severely iujured than was J
at firM siifpecte.l, by I Jus accident
citi-d by al!ppiug upon thtf stairs at
Windsor. Our riispatrhee-aiinoiiucu
that crowds stand about the bulletin
boards, er.gerly watching and a-kiu
for news; although her physicians au
thorize the atatemenl that she is iu
no immediate danger, the injury is
unquestionably of a grave character
and may result fatally.
In the North American Review for
April, the scriptural aud the legal as
pects of divorce are presented re
pectively by the Uev. Dr. Theodore
1. Woolsey, well known for his in
sistauce ou the indissolubility of the
marriage tie, and by Judge John A
Jameson, a jurist whose long experi
ence with divorce cases in Chicago
both on the judicial bcuch and at the
bar, lends to his observations, a very
special value. Dr. P. Bender, a Ca
nadian who has studied to some pur
pose the political conditions of hn
country, unde- the title, "A Canadian
view of Annexation'', makes a forci
ble presentation of the reasons which
incline many citizens of he Domin
ion to regard with favor the idea of
absorption by the United States
Senator John A. Logan sets forth the
need which exists lor "Natioual Ai
to Public Schools" in the several
states aud territories. The llev. Dr
Howard Crosby write of 'The Dan
gerous Classes" that menace the per
petuity of civil order and the
peace of the community, meaning the
manipulators of corporation stocks
and the nieu who, having amassed
enormous wealth, use it for nefarious
pusposes. James C. Welling treats
of "Mace Education", the problem
that confronts the philosophic states
man, of the presence in our bodv pol
itic of a strong negro con tingeut.
The supreme court of Nebraska is
now iu session at the state house in
Lincoln, and yesterday's Lincoln Jour
nal contains quite a batch of opinions,
twenty-two in number, by Maxwell J.
Among whicli we notice the case of
Wm. Stadelman vs John Fitzgerald.
this suit involves the title to a portion
of the lot ou Main street adjoir.ing
Waterman's opera house on the west,
and, is decided favorably to Mr, Fitz
gerald. The following is the syllabus
of the opinion:
-SUtJeliuan vs Fitzeraid. Error
from Cas.s county. Aturmed. Opin
ion by Maxwell, J. A letter from a.
i principal t his ag:it direi.-ti-x. a sale
of his real estate id aunl..-i-:it authori
t) to l lie agent to Hell sued propcrij
according to the ter:,i- of the writing;
but if the authority is denied, .nd the
Utter is lost, its contents must b
clearly proven to sustain a contract
u-a4c l j the agfiit.
We notice some very important qncs
tions re tit-ci-h-tl by tie Suprvui? court
in :l.: !.! h opl.ii wiiii-h wiil !.
of intereHt ! the pr f.-sioi,r!if lit I a:ii-
hittl i!t- iib:I'. I
" flIK diagoiial road niil bring iuto Ne
braska an entirely -Uitfervul interest
from that of the Union Pacific and Bur-
Ouk Indian policy is a constant
source of trouble and needless expense
to the government. We notice his ex
cellency, Mr. Sitting Bull, is negotia
ting with the great father ( in-law; of
some Indian agency, to come back ar.d
be a good Indian ; and on the heels of
this announcement, special agent
Townsend addresses a state paper to
the department from the Sac and Fox
agency, stating that the Indians are
roaming over the country in a state of
insubordination, with their war paint
on, and as a natural result, the tettlers
are deserting and have deserted their
homes: and instead of being engaged
in their fields, where they ought to be
this season of the year, putting in their
crops, and providing for the support
of their families, they have to arm
and drill and get ready to wage a war
for their existence with th? noble red
man. As Ion? as the government
treats with these semi-civilized and
much abused people aud furnishes
them powder and shot and ponies, just
so long will this trouble last, and just
so long will their civilization be de
layed. The homesteader and the cat
tle man are now scattered over all the
vacant territory between the Missouri j
and the Iiockies; the policy of push
ing the Indian further west, has played
out; the reset vation business with
wild game for his support is played
out also; a different policy will have
to be inaugurated, and the sooner the j
better. When dismounted and dis
armed these people are comparatively
liuiuiirss. - We have to maintain a'
siuail standing army as it is to keep
settlers off these reservations now. j
The sooner permanent homes ar st-1 j
as'de for these rd meu. and for- pi .
vided to teach tl.em Put thsre th-y i
must remain and depend upon their i
own labor fur uiaiuteiiauv. the MtMier '
they will sutremUr tln-ir i..i.s of j
nomadic life. Furnish tlnMii school j
aid van-ftcl tha edu : lion . of their j
you'ij and lh) obedienu) of the old to
the laws and observances of civiiiz
tlou.! . - .
A FINK LINE OP
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
Otv DIUIHVr ini'OKTATIOX.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
Specially inaile for the retail trade only, at
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory.
CALL AT THE
B. 1. WATERMAN 4 SON,
Y Uolesalejarut KetailIealel In
Fourth .Street, in rur of Opera U.tuse.
PLATTSMOITTII, - NEBRASKA.
Blake's Bu ilding', tip Stairs,
Where thy are d;t
reiving a complete line of all kinds of
PII2CI3 GOODS 4. SUITINGS,
We also wish to inform the fitizens of riattsmouth that we have made
On short notice, and warrant satisfaction.
I2T THE STATE,
M A IV UI MCTIIREI) IS Y
Orders received for any quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
A. W. Mr La UU 11 MX,
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA.
Offers the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction uf legitimate
StoekM, Bonds. Gold, Ooverument and Local
Securities Bought and Sola, Deposits reeei v
eil and interest allowed on time Certitl
caien. Draft drawn, available iu any
part of the United States and all
the principal towns of
Collections made & promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants, State aid Countv Bonds.
A COMPLETE LINE
Will Hi; V and SKLL nil kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
OppoHite The Old Ihtke Jtuilding.
riattsmouth. Feb. 1st, l!S8:J 40tf.
. iir - mi -1 . r: 1 j r .
(Murrruor to Htrelsht Jk. Miller,)
M AN U KACTUUKlt OK
G. CHAMBERS & SON
Everytliin Iiaiul-ininle ami warranted. Call in and sou ns.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO THE LATE FIRE
John tt. Clars.
oo. L. Dovey,
A. W. McLaugJtlin.
A. E. Touzalin,
it. C. Cnching.
r. j--. vmte.
Bank 1 Cass County
Cotner Mala aud Sixth Streets.
JOHN BLACK. President,
) J. M. PATTEKSON, Cashier. )
Transacts a General BaniiBi Bnsiness.
HIGHEST CASH PUiCE
Paid J or County and City Warrants.
COLLKCriOXS JI IK
and promptly remitted for.
John rllaek. J. M. latterioii, C. II. l'aimele,
r . U. fluthmaiin. J. Morrissey, A. B.
dinitii. tred Gorder. ; sily
Cass County Iron
WAYMAN & KIRIJY, Propr's.
IKON FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS,
Our facilities for heavy work iu Columns and Castings for Business Houses are
not surpassed in the at ate.
MAC1II2MK REPAIRING of nil kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
101 an 01 worn 111 iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing
freight and time.
Parties building in any part of the State should w rite for our Urins of carinas
We duplicate all eastern prices, saving
CASS ZlOT VOrLSLS
March 11th, 1882.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B A. GIIJS02T. Vice-President.
K. S. WILKINSON". Oishier.
A General Baailng Business Transacted.
lHt ived. and Interest allowed on Time Certificates.
Drawn available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Atjcnte for the celebrated
Msmm of steamers.
WM. HEROLD and SON
desire to state to the public that
they have moved their Dry Goods
Notions, Hoots, and Gent's Fur
nishing goods to their store room
formerly occupied by J. II. Cox.
A full line of
STAPLE, FA:TCY GEQCLEIES and
will be kept at thcold stand. We
would be pleased to see all our old
customers and many new ones.
Wo will keep a JtvTTKi lino ol'guoils than we were formerly en
A large line or
Saddles Bridles, Collars, Whips. &c.
always in stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done tn
Main Street, bet v eon Fourth and Klftli,
O. M. STKEKJHT, Km-IneHS Manager.
Chas.Simsio vs. M"c!iauic:il Mauafr. Vt
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURUITURE t COFFINS,
and ail kiud.H of goods usually kept iu a
FIKM CLASH FI K.VITI'lli: HTOKK
Also, a v-ry complete fctock of Kuucra.1 (Uodn,
Our New aud elegant liearse ia always in
Remember the place, in UNION
5I5LOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found niz'.it or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
TllRMoNT HUtTMHtlll. ItKMKIfV Wt ll
covered as It l certain In Itn rln etn mitt ..
not hllfler; AIo exo-llrnt lr lumiai. tl
ICKAD I'KOOK IlKiXlW.
FIIOM COL. I.. T. rosrr.it
YouiiRktowii. tililo. May .01 It. ixxn.
11. J. Kt-ndall it Co., Out :-1 hud it v. iy kI
Uable l.miiblelolil.in foil wlilrli I .IUI -IJ'
lilulily. he had n laiK, bom j.avln Iu one Jolul
and a small on 011 tne oim-i . uu
him very lame ; I hail hlni nul 1 the t-li.n. f of
two veterinary sin nuul mlm lallnl In rum
hlwi. I wan one day leiMliiiK the a.l vrl t Ueiiiunt
O keiMlBll'H hialii'uie In the I'IiK-hko I -pres,
I ilelealMlncd lit iitfi to tl ll.anl on I
ilriiKicUtM here will lor It. they onli KMi il.r..e
boll !, took them all ami HomiM 1 woul.l
Ulve It a tliorouich trial. I mini II arroi.lliiK l il
rertlomt ami the loiil lh lay t In- roll rarU tit
be lame, and the lumi hail iliHiipprared. I
mted hut one hotthi and tint eolU llmlw Hie a
free from lump and a fimwttli ai any hornr In
the statf. It ! enllndy rureil. 1 he cine t as
so remarkable thai I let two ol my i.tlKlibom
have I he rrmaluliiU two bottles wliy, are now
I.. T. I'OH'I Hit.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN FLUSH.
I'til ten's Mill". N. V.. Feb. 21. IsVH.
ft. J. Kkniiai.I. & Co.. lielitH : 'I he n il t leu
lar rami on mUI'1 1 used your hernial!' Mpavln
Curo was a mallKiianl auk In alii of slilern
moitlliM hl.niilliin. I had llh d iii;iii)' llitliV"t
in vain. Vour JSiiavlil I'me ot I lie loot l III
urouiiil Haili. ami l'r Hie nr-i lime mure nun.
In a natural imimiiiom. i i a ia
cxcellM a ii I Ii 1 11 Lf we ever used.
UKV. M. 1'. I! KM.,
I'aHloi of M. i:. Iiuk Ii. I'atlniN Will. N. V
Heml adil rexs lor IJI11M rate.l 'lie ular. lil h
wo think Klves ohitive Iroof of ll virtue. No
remedy ha ever met with nuh uinuallfled
NKcresM, to our know Ii-Jk. il I'm it us wll as
ITUe $1, x i l.otlle. or U bollliM for V. All
DniKuli-l have It n win K' t It for you 01 It
will be sent lo imv inldrris on lieell t of rlro
by the prom i.loi s. I!t. 1;. .1. KKM Vl.l. & CO.
Knonburii l all... Vt. ')'
SOI.lt HI' il.l. IHHUi.'JIS I H
A Comiiiou-Sensc Remedy.
IV o more Illit-iiiiiut Iniii, ul or
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Care Guaranteed
Five yearn cmUililittlir.il arul nm r known lit tail
in a KinuU rour, aculr tir rhrtmlr. Idler Id all
prominent phuHieUtn anit ilnm-jUt fur the
ahmdinu of Saliculica,
TIIK ONLY IlKSOI.VKK OK THK I'OIHON.
ot H ukk; a u which kxmih in iiik
HMOI OK UHKUMaTIO AM iOC. V I'A-
HAMCYI.ICA i kuouu as a roiiiinon-
svnHe remedy, beeamie II utrlkeH l 1 1 -. 1 1 y at the
can Me of lUieumatii'm. (.out ami .S ui.ilU.
while no many so-called HpecitlcH ami uppiMi-d
panaceas only treat locally the etlYeiM,
Ithasbeeu conceded by emineiit scleiitlNts
that outward applications, such as rubbing;
witn on, ointments, limine its. ami s- bluing
lotions will not eradicate the thiea.es wlilch
are the result of tlie polHoniiitf 01-tlie '.jod
with Uric Acid.
HAI.ICYMCA works with innrvc'.ous ef.
feet on this acid and so removes the flvorder.
It Is now exclusively used by all celebrated
iliyslclans of America and Knrope. Jlljftivwt
dedieal Academy of farm reports US pttr cent
cures Iu three days.
that NALICYMCA Is a certain curo for
itllKLM AtISM, (JOLT and NKLltAUJIA.
The most intense pains arc subdued almost lu-
Oive it a trial. Itcllef guaranted or Uriunej
Thousands of testimonials srut 011 antillt-a
61 a Ilox. a lloxe for T..
Sent free by mall on receipt oi idom-y.
ASK YOUi: I)hUO(;.ST KOIt IT.
Iiiittonot be deluded Into t.ikni' luiilai ions
or subHtituteN. or somethiiiK 1 ecoiunieiited as
jusl as noon '." l:ipst ou tie Keminie Ii Ii the
name, of WASIIBL'JtNK t CO.. on each box.
which Is Kuarauteed chemically pure tiaderotir
t-lKiiature, an IndlsdeiiHlble ieulHlle to insure
siiecexft In the treatment. Take no n'hrr, or
send to us.
Waahburne tc Co., I'ropiietors.
2H7 Itroadwav. cor. Keade St.. N K'.V Y iltlC.
fbi-. i nir,i rtir.TM ,r- brick ftrueture. on
erM ii.l itr. ,.. n. i.t. b-eo fluUhed and
;'t-. 11,1 ! i.u- areo.nm jJati-.ii .t
TliA Sfilit.iT CUSTOM KIM.
WW THIN& NEW AND CLEAN
. A Good Bar !u"".Jsi7u;.,.t'"
27tf . FRED GOOS, Prcpr.
. V . WAU V-rrV LJJJA
' "'nm mvN v st
And Tinners' Stocl
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BV
J u Sale by J . S. Duke.
B CKSJ1 1 TIJ
IIOliSE SHOEINfi Si WAtiOX KErAIJUNG
All Kinds of Farm implements Mended witt
NeatntiSR and Dispatch.
FALLING SICK X JOSS,
ermantly Cured No HuiuIhil' lvoi c linu.li't
intake of lr. Ooulard's Celebrated liifailibl
Kit Powder. To convince xubcri-M I hat 1 he
I'owders will do all we claim for ibrtn. ue m.ii
semi in cm oy mail, post p;Cnl. a I- ree rial rr
as ur.t.aiiami is tlie only I'liysiclan that hi
crr iiiitur 111m i incase a soecial MLikiv. a.na mm
to our knowledge thousands have been per
. ......!. .1 1 .. .1. . . . "
ii.tiiei.iy curcii oy iiie ufc oi niece I owaers,W4
win Kuar:iiiee H ihhiiciiI cure 11. 1 verv i'.
or ri iunii on an nioiii-y exnemieu. All sunrm
rs should K've tlicse rowdcr an early trial
nn ne convinced of their curative iHttters.
I'rice. for laue lioxe. I On, or 4 lloxe for $iol
nl by mall to any part of the I. nltetl htatesl
or Canada, on receipt of prices, or by expres
,. it. Auuiess,
AbU & i:oi;iunh.
Fulton St.. Iirooklyu. S. Y
lec. 2Hlli. WH2 4ttly.
Horse, 31ulc& Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that hat
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
d Fittb St. between Main ani Vine Streets,
ust across e corner from the mew UEUALJ
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
l am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
01 rami ami otner machinery, as there
- : i a fcoot! lihe iu my shop.
The old Reliable Was on Maker
has taken charge of the wag-on shop,
lie Is well known as a
X). t WORKMAN.
.rw tt'i;otiM smf Knciclesi sifl tm
Notice to Physicians,
Notice U lierehv :iveii that bids will he re
received at the fifllce of the County Clerk, up to
noou of the 2d day of A pi 1!. Ifhj. for the med
ical at.ettdance and urnir liiliif of medicines
for county chari;eii ait Inmaten if county
I'oor Ilouxe and Jail for one year. The Com
missioners reerv the rtpht to reject any or all
bids, liy order of County Vrnmt.Hloners.
Witness my liand and fflHal seal, this 7tll
day of March, ih.i J. w. Jr.N.Miwt..
w51t3 County tlerlc.
I M II
C U tt )
H e a p
4 aa cs
LAFB (NEIL, Prop'r.
Beef Mutton Port Veal Cantons. &c
Couslantlr ou band.
Also.allkludsof i AMI: in season, awl r-
. erythliiK kept In a
I'I5IST-CI.4SS .Hi: AT SHOl'f
At lowest possible rates.
North Side MaitiSl bet. 4th and 6M'
S2)y PIiTTSMOUTB. NXBTJ
- P-rn nj.
ftr baru3-sntrWTT-fnjT;JliJa anec!n."; t-t
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