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rUBLISHEO DAILY AND WEEKLY
TIib Plattsmontb HeralA FnHishins Co.
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any part of tlio
I'crWffk ) j
I er Month ut
t'er Year I
WEEKLY, by mall.
One copy six months.
One eoy one year
.. 2 00
IUgltTFd at the Post Office, Hutt-mouth.
accund cla.su matter.
1'LATTSMOUTII, Al'JUL It, 1663.
V a a . m . a
Indian troubles seem to be oo the iu
crease and a war with the Apaches can
not be avoided. Tlmir Tictiuis arc al
ready numbered by the hundreds iu New
Peter CoorEit's estate is valued at
two millions iu round numbers; ho
leaves by his will one hundred thous
and dollars to the Cooper Union, and
two hundred thousand dollars to other
charities, and the remainder of his for
tune to his son Edward Cooper and his
daughter Mrs. Abram Hewitt.
Ot'K people may expect a rare treat
this evening from the Xow Orleans
Jubilee singers. IMattsinouth has
had no 6tich entertainment thU year
as this will be; lovers of good dinging
and jolly laughing bhould turn out
and upeud a couple ot pleasant hours
this evening with the Grand Army
Tjie dynamite fellows get a black
rye at home. The socialists, in Con
gress assembled at Copenhagen, voted
against approving the proceedings of
the Nihilists in Russia and the Fenians
in England. It is only men like Herr
Most who approve such proceedings,
and they do it as much from love of
notoriety as anything else. Inter
A jikalek by the name of Dr. Monck
is amusing &uh entertaining the citizens
of New York City and JJrooklyn. He
pretend. to healthy faith, any and all
manner of diseases. One beauty of his
treatment is, he don't require the patient
to liave auy laitu. The Dr. c;ys he fur
nishes enough of that article himself.
'Tli n oarlnnonooa et iYia ait ti'i t Inti
which confronts the Democracy begins
to dawn upon some of the party organs
Four weeks of discussion has shown
how wide and bitter is the difference
which exists In the organization on
the tariff question. The .St. Louis He
publican says: "The situation in the
Democratic party is peculiar. It may
even be called critical. There are no
perceptible preparations for the strug
gle, still more than a year distant. The
party iu in a condition of repose, and
adverse to the consideration of the
claims of candidates and of issues
And yet, there is at least one issue
which the party knows it must face
before the end of the present year
That issue is found iu the person of
ex-speaker Randall." The tariff-for
revenue 'democrats evidently propose
to make the speakership contest a te8t
light, and they recognize the serious
ness of the job they have undertaken
If Mr. Randall succeeds in splitting
the democratic party he will achieve
an unenviable fame. Inter Ocean.
The .St. Louis Republican is the or
gan of democracy in the southwest,
and can see a very large mountain in
the way of complete barmonyand
evenness In the pathway of the great
party of the outs.
lugersoll : So far as Stephen W. Dor-
sey and John W. Dorsey are con
cerned, we rest, your honor.
Ilinkle: So far as Mr. Vaile and Mr.
Miner are concerned, we rest, your
Wilson: So far as Ceneral JJrady is
concerned, we rest, your honor. And
so the defendants in the star route
cases submitted their case, so far us
the introduction of evidence was con
cerned, and everybody drew a long
breath. Immediately thereupon the
defendants introduced a witness in re
butting, when the court adjourned and
everybody rested. We apprehend the
government counsel will not occupy
many days in putting in their rebut
ting evident, when the country can
An important cse to the citizens of
Illinois has just been argued in the
United States supreme court. The
question involves the construction of
the act of May 2, 1873, and alao to a
certain extent involves the constitu-
Kheum Uic.s would st md uy before the tionality of that act. In construing
audience and d eel-ire they had been
eured, but when the Dr. t3cklcd a deaf
person and by blowing into hi ears or
dered the malady to disappear the deaf
p:-r.s.)ii iiw-rsiste I in sayhy lie could not
hear arid the audience hooted thy healer.
He is creating quite a furore among the
'A iesi'erate" and terrible bat
tle has occurred in the Swishclin
mouutaius, we believe in Arizona, iu
which some half dzenor more bloody
Apaches were marshulleU upou the
one side; a couple oi white men con
stituting the Anglo Saxon army, on
the other, and this time the Anglo
Saxon went down before the real
owner and early occupant of this con
tinent. The Anglo Saxon race wu
the act, the railroads modestly claim
that the law gives the roads the right to
fix and regulate rates for transporta
tion of merchandise and pssseugera.
The railroad commissioners claim the
act vests that power in the board
hence, the case has traveled clear to
the U. S. supremo court. The state
courts decided in favor of the people
or board of commissioners that being
the intention of the legislature, when
the commission was created to clothe
them with authority to protect the
public by regulating fairly, for all con
tracting parties, these rates. In the
view the IIekald takes of this mat
ter, the sensible thing for the Illinois
railroads would be to gracefully sub
mit to the inevitable, for the people of
that state will either insist upon the
present railroad commission system, or
onsidcrcd as fairly begun. The peop!
ow have the whole subject in their own
hand, and if they do not settle it satis
factorily they will have only themselves
to thank for it.'" Chicago Tribune.
John FhzoehalD, a. W. McLaluiilix,
IBA. IDsT lEd l
OK PLATT8MOUTH. NLBKASKA,
Offers the very best (facilities for the prompt
traunactlou ot legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, tlovernnient and Iaioul
SeeuritieM lioughl and Mold, Deposits receiv
ed auu interest aiioweu on lime uertlll
cate. Dratts drawn, available in any
part ( the United Mate and all
the principal towns ot
BENNETT & LEWIS,
T H DEC
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
A KINK LINK OF
MEERSCHAU i AND BRIAR PIPES
Come to the front with a complete Mock ol
Collections made tC promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War'
rants. State ai.d County Bond.".
.lohu It. Clark.
Cieo. K. iJovey,
A. W. McLaughlin.
A. K. Toualin,
K. C. Cubing,
r . is. Mile,
Bank c Cass County
Cotncr Maia and Sixth Streets.
j JOIIX BLACK. President, I
1 J. M. i'ATTKKSOX, Cashier. (
Transacts a Geacfal Baalfici Bnsiness.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Paid or County and City Warants,
and promptly remitted for.
John Black, J. M.Patterson, C. ll.Partnele,
V. B. (Suthmann, J. Morriesey, A. B.
Smith. Fred G order. ' 51 ly
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
L. HEED, President.
B. A. C.IBSON, Vice-President.
II. S. VriLKIXSOX, Cashier.
in this great battle;
a the dispatches, "the latter were something that will be Avorse for the
killed" aud two Apaches wounded. roads, and especially will this be the
Xow, let this great aud glorious case if by a technicality the roads suc-goT-erniuent
come to tha front with ceed in overturning the law in the su
its "Indian policy," and send a peace ,,reme court of the United States,
commission out to the Swisshelm Much is written nowadays about the
mountain! at onco. injustice and folly of legislation
.. 1 requiring railroads to carry freights I
The Question ot abolishing convict without discrimination; In other
labor is attracting large attention in the words, forbidding them charging
state of New York, and a bill has been more for a short haul than for a long
introduced in the legislature to abolish one still, the tendencies of legislation
the system. There are two very large point to the enactment, generally,
sides to this question, and upon one of throughout the states of the American
these srdes the Herald finds arrayed the Union, of just such legislation. We
humanitarian argument, of furnishing notice the house of representatives in
convicts work, labor, occupation, learn- Connecticut have passed just such a
ing them trades.educatiug them to make law as this,
a Hying. With the Herald, this in its
self is a powerful argument ia favor of The humanitarians of Massachu-
convict labor. setts, who have been denouncing the
The Herald believes the penitentiaries semi-barbarism of the west for Us
of this country hould not be places of inhuman treatment of and sentiments
mere confinement and punishment, but toward the Xorth American Indian,
that the great public: should always have have at present if the half is true
in view the improremnt and re form a- that Gov. IJsnj. F. Butler claims suf-
tion and education of its 1 i vless clashes, ficient, to keep the good people of that
The first great, grand object of the state commonwealth busy at home for some
fchonld be to govern well and make the time to come ; first, in curing t he
citien happy and prosperous. I abuses in her almshouses and prisons,
and secondly, in trying to get forgive-
1UE llKHALD notices the legisla- ness for the allowing of such a state
ture of Pennsylvania ha3 gone into of affairs to exist in that strictly mora
the business of squelching the fellows community.
who engage in the dynamite business The testimony of certain witnesses
of blowing up governments and dy- in the Tewksbury almshouse discloses
uastiej that they do not like. A bill a state of affairs that are simply damn-
has been introduced in the senate, pro- I able if true and the most surprising
hibitinz the manufacture and sale of part of it is that such enormities were
infernal machines and devices to de- j permitted to exist in Massachusetts.
Btrov life and iniure nronertv. As the Xo state can be too careful of the
average machine of this nature is not management of those institutions in
patenteJ, and is not seen or discovered which are confined her unfortunate
until it goes off and blow3 itself be- and helpless elates.
yond identity, we are afraid the solons
of Pennsylvania have hit upon a poor
plan to stop this business. The Her
ald would rather rely upon our school
houses ; build more school housos
and give thd pjop!e a better rale in the
If Ohio had a law of this kind in
force, it would not even prevent the
Iroquois S&chems from fixin up their
infernal machine in Cincinnati today.
They would throw tho detectives off
the scent, and make them believe it
was a ?f. E. conference, or a Presbyte
rian synod in session. We have no
faith in legislation ia these matters ;
the only way is to educate this bad
class of citizens. We are in ' favor of
commencing on the Sachems at once.
A General Banting Bnsiness Transacted.
Kcceired. and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drnwn available In any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
r: Agents for the celebrated
Wmi Line of Steamers.
BOYD & LARSECT,
Contractors and Builders.
Will give estimates on all kinds of work. Airy
trdrs left at the Lumber Yards or Post
Otlice will receive promot attention
Heavy Truss Framing,
for barns and large buildings a specialty.
Vor refeience ariplv to J. P. Younjr. J. V. Wee
b i; li or 11. a. Waterman & Son. d&w
i ..ii I.. I.. II... ..t all li Iiti4 nul v. at
Staple and Fancy G.roceriesjxvTebraskAjponerbciFac.
CA. AT TIIi:
i :; h r ?s p ryvs c a R g
;j U $ Wj h.t 3 V ft PJ 8 B
u i 2 fc J ha L. fa h h. U H
U. A. WATERMAN U M
FRESH AND NICE.
We always buy the boat Roods in the market, and guunmteo evci vthinir
wo sell We are solo agents in this town for the sale of
' PERFECTION" i HOUND SPICES,
AND THE ClXEI'.RAThD
"BAT A VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Tiatt's Tiger" brand of Iialtiniore Oyster
always on hand. Come and see us. We will make you glad.
(Chicago, Burlington &. Qulncy Railroad.)
r, c.cikc: ij,r:j
COINC EAST Ai5
s'J-1 AKD SOUTlf
mfl Chairs 'scat frfe). mi:..: .,- r. -Ivolviiiir
Cliairs, Pullman P;tl.ie' .i
S ':! Traii.s vi i.lccm.t Day IJoaehes ami Ptill-
t.'i 'ii n Puiaeo ;. .'rs An. run daily to and
i 'in r't !.. .. v:a ibuiiubttl. ,uiiiev, Keokuk,
the famous t!. IS. & ). Iir.m:r ' ai r..:i c , to :i:i 1 i in;s"'ii';i ' . .r l:i.i.. aud Albert la to .St
from Chicago A Kansas t';y, C1ikm'; ounr-i! i I'Kiil ami .; it :;iK'lis; P;nior Cars wit I tJiH-liiim
liluffs. Chicaero fc lies r. 'i.iM.-... St. Jo-1 i'liairs lo an ;.-..tnSt. l.ouis an.l l t'oria and to
wph, Atchison .t TotKika. Only i'.:rt '.L;: tin i.;- i;t)J from .Ji Louis ami Olturiv.vi. Only oni
twwn Oiicao, Lincoln Denver. Tlir-i". ;!i i. s . hane of -.ar.i l.ctwecn St. T.oui'h anl Pes
lietwteo Indianapolis & Counci! l:Iu:Ts i i.; I'cona. j Moine.', toi.a, J.iooolu, ;elra.ika, aud Denver.
Alt connections iiim in l-mon U. p'.tj. it til Colorado.
laiown as the great TliUOUGii C'AIt li.N":. 1 It is uuivt really uJu.;.-'
Finest Equipped Railroad in the World for all C!aa.. . f '. --.
f. J.POTTER, Sd Vice-Pres't and Genl Manager. PEP.CEVAL LOWKLL. G?n. 1. .
Tin- t i i r. i i ; ! i liiu; 'v Urnvcr
aii'l th' Miiiiii; i'li l j . l.it -i
in Sniill.-; ;. a;il Vc.,lvj-.i X t I it.
ka. i.i-tfrn Ctniiipctions at
I j i i i t -
a. I i:ct::!l Di'ulcr In
East, ITcrtli and
-- .;.; ;:.. 'ir.l j)oin1s.
P. S. EUSTIS
G. T. Noi.di:;k, ("Jen. 1'as. Ag't,
Ccn'l Snit. Omaha. Omalia
l'.ii'r!!i ''-.i'!. I;i" rear of Ojh ra Jlonsp.
ri.ATTS.MOlTTU, - NKHKA8KA.
X o s Id.
No old .stock to
work oil'. Tlio latest jatterns f
GLASS -AJSriD Q,IJEElNrSWAIE.
FLOUJJ. FEED AND PROVISIONS.
The Very Highess Market Price paid for Country Produce j
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMUOTH. I "
Will IJLT Y ami SELL nil kinds of
win ;tuv;;:ieo wonrv on till
ETC., KTG., ETC., .
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash,
I'll K Ohio repuMicans arc congratula-
tinj tlicinselves oyer t!ie hap)j outcome
.f the temperauce discussiou ia the leg-
icture. The questiou has beca agitated
s i IsMijj unl so lruitlcsly that tho dvo-
c::t- of practical legislation hud givcu
up in despair. The result is, therefore,
a fortunate surprbe. Tlte Columbus
J I'irnal comments as follows upon the
constitutional ameuiliaeut just parcel:
'Th amendment, eiabraeiDg ta it does,
legislative control auJ prohiiiitiou, gives
an opportunity for every shade of opin
ion on the temperauce question to make
itself felt. Tajc, local option, uud license
are all clearly possible under the first
proposition, while prohibition is cont
ainel in tho secoud. The ball is opeued,
and Ihc temperance campaign may be
IS NOW KEADY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage.
Invite all to call anil examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
Sltf. FBKXTrHK A' COFFIX8
G. Am WRISLEY & CO'G
WAYMAN & KIRP.Y,
IRON FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS.
Our facilities foriieavy work iu Columns ami Castings fur lJu?ine.ss I twists ure
not surpassed in the Stale.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
for all classes of tfork in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. We duplicate all cistern prict-s, earing
freight and time.
Parties building in any part of the State should vtrito for our lcur.s cf ctii'.uS
CASS GOTJSTT SflOST WCSIS'S
March 11th, 1832. PLATTSMOUTII. NKU.
r I I.
.' b. 1
o mot t: It liciiiiial Iniii, CoiiI or
Immediate Rclicr Warranted.
Permanent Cure Gaaranteel
'ici: iiiii h itihlilirtl mul iitvtr hnoivn tit fall
in it xiitulr rtwi!, finitr i,r i hroulr. lit ft r tit till
yiniiiiiii ill iihixifhiiiH anil ill UiigiHlH fur the
ftiuiiliim tif Siiltrulifii.
THE ONLY DISKOI.VEIt OI' Till! rHKO.
Oi;s liltIC AC -1 1 WHICH EXISTS IN 'J HE
m.oon k i:iiki:.ma'JTO ami ijtiv pa-
HA I.H'VI.HM Ih known as a coniiiion-si-ncH
rciacily, lifi-aiiHi it i-tiiki-H llri-( lly at tlio
-;tii"H of 1 : 1 1 -n in :ii i r-hi . Cunt and Ni-nrali:ia,
wliili' so many su- :iU (l sprrlllc ii upuM-il
i;in ;is only treat lnrally I In i'IIitI".
It lias tll'Cli CollCI'llcil t' l llillK Ilt S( i'MllUlH
tlial fiutwaril alial inns, sm-li a iiihliin
u itn oil-, onil incuts, llniiiifitH, ami Hollilni
liifmns will not rl;nii-ati tlii i isi-;iui'H wlilrfi
art- I lie lf-siilt of (lit jioiKinin' of tlin hlcinii
with l.'rie Ac-Id.
NA Mt'YI'M.A unikB willi iiiai'vrlouH i f
fi't t on Ilii-iai'iil anl ho r'inovi:i I lie (IIi-okJt.
II is now i-xcliisivrly nsi-il ly all clrtrali,l
pliysicians of A it i4-i mm ami I'm-opf. Iliuln'Mt
Mcilical Ai'adi'iny of I'ai'iri ri'jiorls l).r yi-v cent
chick in Hirer days.
tliat M VI.K YI.H A is ;i ci rlain cure for
ItHICr.lATl.SM, ;it'T and N Kl ' ICA I.li I A.
I'iu' most 'Meiisc paiiiH are btilidni'd almost ln
;ivc il a dial. lUIicf iiaianti d or money
'1 lioiisiiiiils of ct-tl moiiials went cjn aiiiilica
$1 a I'.ox. c rsoxcH for ..'.
Si fit ;ic-e iy mail on i-;ei.t of money.
ask yoi. i: Mu,r,i-r fou it.
I:nt :o T'ot lie clelii'led into taking linllalioiiM
'i; s:ii.r! i: , .r scitr ol llicy i ccomiiiciiilccl a
j-.ri;,.' !" l.i-i-l on l'e ;er,uiiie wltll the
1 v,,siJi:i;i:m; a- co.. on each ivx,
: !. i h irn iMi'iil c-hei!ii:a!Jy inrf uinterliur
i ! . . an : ! iiicuj uie i ec'iuisii c to Insure
: . tif? iieiitinciit. Take nt- other, nr
' l.',ur,5Q U Co., 1'ioj.i jeioix.
'i,i....!v ::. r IN-ade Si.. NKWVOKK.
i 4 .
n! i v.
f w i
Tt . 3
AM Tinners' Stock
v .. 1 1 wiiL.
x v UcU' L
(Wik-pi'xso.- t freiit & 3iille'r.)
FOR SALE BV
MANcr.vct t Kir.it or
i , t ... - "
i'"- n - 4 Ji
I FINE I HBAYY HARNESS.
DECT IN THE UARKET.
Made ONJLYot Vegetable Oil
andJPuro Beet T allow.
To induce housekeepers to give this Soap
a trial, with each bar n n?
Wp nnrc i ptvp lt-iu,
This offer is mado for a short time onlT
and should bo taken advantage of at ONCE.
TTe WAEBANT this Soap to do mora wash.
Ing with greater ease than any Boap in the
market. It has no EQUAL for use ia bard
and cold water.
YOUR CROCER HAS IT. .
! A l;-.rxe line of
ST LOUIS MO 1 Safe M6S. C5llars.
aiv. ays iu sto'.-k.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done nn
j Main Street, betw een Fourth and Firth,
j O. M. STKEIOIIT, Euninei-. Manager.
cr Sale by J. S. Duke
......1.1 .).! r.nM l. i;i.irliV ever OW-
Co . rred as 11 i- "1 ! ; . J 1 1 , i, ii s r fVe! h and doen
not lii.ftcri-: .-,!-. .. . f.,r hr.inar. tlecti.
i:LAI I'lUHH-- i;hl. ')",. .
FIIOM COL. I.. T. ro.STKIt
y..i loiii, iao.
I i.ad a very val-
I HAiSiMMfiNn. Mechanical Mnnaser.
- A X D
"i u TTT7- A y -r-r-
Wuyon, JJiii'j;, ZJUiut aud Plo'w rt
I" ,f i :ii; ii-,.;
i'o;.:i-tov. ii. oil
II. J. Keiul.-ti: .V Co., :!, t.
liable aiitti'ctoniati roil vl'ieli I pri.eu very
liUhiV. he l::i'l a '.1:1 , !,i... h ,tli, it. i...
ana a v. v!l one 0:1 thfc oilier. wiiic:li maUo
him vi-:y i.iaie ; 1 had i .111 nr. der t lit charge of
two veieribaiy miim-c i-k ., .c fai'nl to cur
linn. I one ;.i jernimj: the ai verti-enient
o KenoaiTs ,j.a in ( '111 e inilie iiicajru l:x
nres, l ,i, teainiiied at oi:ee to ti it. and our
dmi'vist Jiere Kent for it. they ordered three
bottles. I took yi in all and ti onaht I would
Kivti it a tiioio-:nH trial. I use d It a ordliiK todl-iec-;io.is
a-id the fouriii day t hc colt cea-sc-d to
l.e lame, and the luiim liad di.i.eaied. I
used hut one hott:- and the colts limb arc; a
free fioia lum. J;nd 11 Minxilh as any horse iu
the ..fate. He i entirely cured, i he cure wan
o remarkable thai I Jet two ot my neighbor
I. axe the remaining two bottles w ho aie iiow
v L. T. KOSTE1S.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
OX HUMAN FLESH.
I'at ten V Mi!. N. V.. Feb. 21. li;.
H. .1. j'C km a 1.1. & .. (Jeiits : 1 lie i.arlicu-
i am " p I,;-.:.
. ir c ae en wlii.'h I used your Kendall' JMiavin
j ' nre v. i. a hi liun.ii.t ank le sprain of ixtM
r.oi.iav si unlink. I had tried miMivthln-N, but
11. vasa. .ur o;nin t ore put the foot i the
I i:i.ii;.d Af-iin. and for the flr-t time cilice hurt.
I in a 11 ;: ;r.,l position, l orafainiiy liniment it
t? w-e; h a;.
JCmifoeturars of Standard Laundry
ml Toflat Ooapa.
At Wholesale and ISetall. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me. -iiieciciEeiiabb Wzvncr:x
l . ... . ... . ... . , . i 1 . '" v.-r met vitli uc:li uiiiiuMifled
1.. ,.ir. 1. . .ia. v;.- "i in,; i.n.ou :.i(j:... i -'i'-c -'. im o;;r Kliyv. letigo. for beaut an well rt
IIC is w.-ll kaown as a - "'i1": ,
:l posit )o
.iiM.g wo ever used.
HEV.M. I BKI.L,
a ;t-r of M. V. t.-fcurch, I'attens Jdill. y
Opposite First National Hank.
no. t wo;:;;:.ias.
w U'agim ett l Hauler
I 1 rie. -r. jut Lcttic. ot x bottler fcr ir, au
( Kry.-.-i. ive it c-can u-l il for von. or it
j l.t ,,, em to any ;..ldiesM 11 receipt f ..."
li tf to by lb.' pio,;,ieo,. f,X. It. J. llK.Nl.ALl c CO -
ti,o-ln;rg t alix, Vt. a-lv '
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