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, , PLATTSMOUTH, .. NEBKASKA,' ;! THURSDAY' E VENINCt AUGUST 1), 1883.
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J. "AW Makti'iis "
Beef, PorlcMuttdnand Vea
and ''women to look upon; but
the .felove contests, t-the prlzo
EgJUo. Id ' 'these effeminate days.
FOBLIS1IEP ujulijtmx weekly, I ace conducted with bard gloves in hired
f --BT v-w c. ha41a-Wlth- naiJ notice tokecn order .ami
Tie Plattsimflf teali Ptetei COrUeWaLie citizens wVo t-
tendance to give the7 brutal an air n air
of respect ability. We read the other
day of a contest of this kind between
the athletes Sullivan and Sladc. These
men are, nothing inore or less "thin the
property of gamblers' and thieve, who
Maeeesaara to A. tJ. HATT,
DAILY, delivered by carrier to any part of the
? . 6 city
rarWeek .' 9 U
P-Month ...w.....: 60
fer Y etr .. . 7 oo
i. WEKKI.V . mall
On coDTifxmonnu.... 00 Lwanaffe i,reni lor mouey. in iuibcoh
V us eoby-uyei.....-. 2 00 1 tj V, V-irt-i'Ahor r-a
KefUurtlMlu yomt OCce. nattianoutn, m I " T t ,". T .
i ofwuu vuuw iuvir. oi inac mazmncenc specimen - or man
hood, the Mboirf. beinor -Douiided'imtil
ICOpUBrllQSlfl 0S1ISI vOnWnilVna I 1 n avJU ii.lnf A.A"viflv'B talH.P ti.'.A.
auo nruuuuvAU vicvivnr vbv inv crvjvc i.. . . . i . . . x . .
braska axe hereby called to . send delecates 1 CajIeU Iiaru gloves on tne nande-Ot tne
Suur-Curcd Hams, Bacon, Salt Meats of all kinds, -Lani logna, j-
11111 nil Ulllt-T UrldClt'n JV.-I1 III Jlisi-viuao fiitw in.irw- i.
j ; J - I , ll, ' ' ' - -. - - - .
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
from theMversI eo as ties to - neet lo Htate
Convention at JUucoln. Wednesday. September
o o ciock p. in., lor me pur-
nomination candidate for
tne following named onices, to -wit ; .
. unekjusiiceoi tne supreme i;oun.
'TwoKecenttof tlie iJuivcisity
One: University jteKcnt to mi vacancy.
Tne' neverai oountie are entitled to repre-
The Highest Market Price PaId for
ii-. t 1 : 0rease,';Etcv
Frosh Lake Trout and White ; Fish Every: Thursday
- - - : : Morning. t
pIze lighter ' Salllvan irrd this - in a
public place In the great city of New
YorkJ In the presence of an immense
audience, "irt1 which the dispatches say
all classes of socieiy were reproseotcd.
eoiaiiun id m sunt) l-unTcnuon, an luiiuws, i xrtl. f l.la pntrtintnn thna'l - "
ba ed udoo tne vote cat for k. i UoicKen for or tuls entercainment tnep.j feieo Hn-
Hecrrtary of state, elvlnc one delegate to each der went as:; severe aii'd th'orAhcrri train.
gate for the fractlwn of aevenly-flve .1.75) votes I ing astllOUgh the CODtCSt Was to be the
also one delegate for eaoh organized
Custer , .3
. Cherrv.. I
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.... . 6
" luivc arrived, and I will continue to sell
Dr Goods & Notions
J)re88 Goodss, Trimmings Etc., at lower prices than
any other house in the country.
Also'a full, line of
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Old fashioned Prize flirht. and the nunl
ishment physically although not so se
vere is frightful; while tho ' evil influ
ences, are in our opinion, much worse,
upon society, for tho reason that socie
ty is induced- to countenance and assist
. ana conauci inese exhibttious. . it is
",, human nature to admire and enconrage
at prices to defy com etion. Yours Itespctfully,
IP. JJ JHIANSIEN,
Howard 3 1
Jefferson A Total 371
It is recommended that no Droxies be ad
mitted to the convention, except such as are
held by persona residing, in the counties from
which the proxies are given.
Geo. W. K. DoksSY. Chairman
8. B, Colssn, Secretary. .
An opinion was filed in the Supreme
Court of the State, on the 7th inat., in
the case of the State of Nebraska
rel. Squires against the Auditor of
State, in which the Supreme Court
hold that a standing - committee ef
either house has no power. to employ
clerks, and that vouchers given such
employes, although duly signed by the
officer of either honse, will not author
ize the Auditor to draw his warrant
upon the Secretary of State to pay the
same. - :xms settles tne indiscrimi
nate hiring of clerks of committees, un
less the' same are authorized - by the
Legislature. This is right; there is al
ways an army of camp followers de
manding soft places for services ren
dered, and who, by forcing themselves
upon committees, swell the pay-rolls of
the Legislature to an alarming extent,
while the nrobabilities are that these
standing committees "have nothing for
them to do. -
Merrick 4 I the thieves and gamblers
raWneO. 8 I VllOrh HtlVDinill Ylavaltnmanf nmnnn tk.
FhelDS Q I o" r"J uviviuj;uicii aiuuug I.IIC
Pierce. ...2 human Bpecies. It is right to encourage
physical training and there is no duty
the American people neglect so much
as the physical training and education
of our youth; wherever an -individual
is found who excels in feats of strength
and endurance, we find the public are
lavish in their -patronage and praise;
but these brutal contest where physical
Wheeler...y""7'2 fifiants like the Maori are cut. wounded
Vebster. ....... . .s I , . . . , .
ui ui9Lu, uisauicu 111 ii j c yt uiuuieuis
. . 4 1 Platte..
...41 IU)U Willow..
..i I Harpy
...6 I Samiderw.....
...4 I Seward
..2 i siieeioan.....
,i .5 ! Mtanton.
American Packet Co., and the !North-Gennan Lloyd. Agents for
100.000 acres of land on the .Northern Pacific railroad in .Dakota:-
wDeep-reachis1?' reform is what the
Democracy -of Tennay tvania want.
They want lthe - rferm' just deep
enough sto' put "'-the rascals in,.-;arid
"reaching" - enough 'for them to get
their hands into the public crib. Ob,
yes! arid while they are about it they
want to "abolish ail internal revenue
tax." They want" the ''deep-reaching"
reform to go down deep enough and
GXjAKS AM QIIEENSWABE,
Also Choice Brands of Flour.
Agent for the German Fire lnsurnce Co., Freeport, 111.; German
Fire Insurance Co., Peoria, 111.; Manhattan Life Insurance: Co., ;
'' New York.
and Cattle Insurance Companj,
i 9nh tar onnnirh fn oitrA thrnn frAe to
Fire Insnrance Policies Issued in the English and German Languages hiSKy. This Pennsylvania
Steamship Tickets sold i rem and to Europe over tne Jiamourg- jjemracy does not want to see any
a T I - 1 AV. -V-l. I JLwnnn I.-V1-I A Minra TOT I .. . . ... . . i 1
"surplus revenue lying arouuu ivuav.
They "look with alarm" on the Repub
lican idea, iu Pennsylvania, of disburs
ing the "surplus revenue" among the
several States, to be applied for the
benelit of the citizen, to relieve him
from the burdens of local taxation.
They don't like that idea; they don't
nranf . nv on ml n a rAVAnilAS IRVinST
vvwuw , u j .....f.ww j a
around looose; it "alarms" this Penn
sylvania democracy to contemplate
such alri?htful stale of affairs. The
lact is, if the democracy of this county
come into power, armed with their un
quenchable thirst for "deep-reaching'
reform, there is not the remotest prob
ability that the country will ever have
to wrestla with the crdLlem of "what
arc we to d with our surplus reve
nues?? That "deep reaching" desire
which naturally belongs to that party
will be able to get away with all the
"surplus' and ' thus save the Couuty;
the trouble of settling sucti a knotty
"Deep-reeching" reform is about as
good a name as we have heard for it.
simply to gratify the wicked foolish
ambition of the participant who engage
in them to prove who can bear the
most punishment, or who is physically
the "best man," or the cupidity of the
sporting fraternity who thrive iu their
nefarious professions off of such exhi
bitions, where these men : malm and
wound each other, ought not to be
countenanced, in any civilized communi
Certainly it is time such exhibitions
should be absolutely prohibited in this
country. It seems to us to be an out
rage that the police of New York c'ty
who are hired and pas-ed-by the govern
ment to protect the person and pioper-
ty of the citizen, and prevent riots and
fighting and' all ' disorderly conduct
among the people, should be used by
the sporting fraternity of that city to
protect and assist them in such - brutal
We noticed, not long since, an emi
merit artist was prohibited from giving
an exhibition of the Passion Play in
New York city, the highest courts of
the city government weie vainly pe
titioned to relax the rigor of the - law
and permit this play, which Salvini
Morse guaranteed would not shock the
sensibilities of the most pious and rev
erent christian of that city Yet moral
New York banishes the Passion . Play
as blasphemous, and - encourages, pro
tects and patronizes the brutal and de
moralizing exhibitions ot her gambling
sporting community. v erily, consis
tency is a jewel rare -in these times of
ours. - . :
American ways, lor we build as much
ia throe months as tho English build in
a year, but it is, the Finance Minister
hopes, introductory , to ui .mote rapid
.u.u iq tut) tuiurv. ' - - "l' .
.The railroads now beiug built by the
helpiof the English government in Can
ada and in India are constructed with
direct reference, to compete . with . the
American farmer in the grain markets
of Europe . Our simple ' minded rural
friends who have reaped such generous
prosperity from 4he Kuropean necessity
of buying food from them, and wtio at
the same time nave enjoyed tho uiw
Usual privilege of refusing to buy their
applies in the markets where they have
old their produce so freely at half
what they pay at home, -should recog
nize the fact that serious efforts are bo-.
Ing made to break their monopoly." We
do not attach exaggerated Import arte
to thd competition of the miraiii
ryot with the well-fed Amer'han farm.
er, uut a competitor wo, almost with
outiailroads, without any of the im-
pruvcu muw -0 plentiful lierc, - simply
by .wt-hlng his soil with" an i iron .
pointed slick succeeded In raising more
wheat for sale last year than Uussitt is
uy no means to be. left out tvf. the ac--
count..",' . " " ; : '- ' v". i
r'"" " ' DICAtiEns IN . ATX KINDS OF
iimhor Qoh rinnro
Z -6.IITTS, Z.ZMIS.
Gnmrtn Pi ffi oran
9 r ir iuqu
ILaOxrject - Mates. Termo Cacti
Tiik president has left the ndmiuis
tration iu Washington without any
misgivings, for he depends upon the tel
egraph to keep him iu perfect commun
ication; with tbo scat' of government.
Unfortunately, however he has' not
taken into consideration the wire cut
ting striker. Supposing some fiendish
operator should cut tho- president's
wire! It might be a week before, the
world could hear a word from the chief
magistrate of the nation, and' the gov
ernment would be thrown into instant
chaos when deprived of his directing
hand.. Nothing but the vlgilence of.
the army stands bet. Ween us and nation
al ruin, and the secretary of war will
see the necessity of placing a solid cor
don of soldiers along the line into the
valley. Chicago Times.,
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full ILine General ; Merchandise.
Largest Stock and ILowest iPrices.
Call and Salisfy rXburself
No old stock to work off. The latest patterns of y
PLOUB AND 1 PROVISIONS. THE HIGHEST' MABIIET
j-...;-. . PAID :FOK OUIfffJTv -arBOBUCM-: f . - i
INDIAN AND AMERICAN WHEAT.
From the Chicago Tribune.
Our Consul-General at Calcutta. Mr.
Mattson, follows up bis communica
tion of some months ago with regard
to the prospects of the development of
tne wneat culture or India- by forward
ing to. tne state uepartmept an interest
ing report . on the same subject from
the Indian Al mister of. Finance. Mr. E
Baring. This is published in full In the
last volume of Consular reports
Altbongn tne export trade in Indian
wheat did not practically beg in until
ten years ago 1873, it amounted to 28,-
000,000 bushels last year. The exports
grow as tne railroads are extended, and
as the building of the new roads is now
being pushed by public and private
entorprise we may expect to see a yearly
increase in tne supplies or Indian wneat
competing with us in the European mar
kets. Mr, JJanng points out tnat very
large tracts of land are awaiting culti
vation in India, and quotes estimates
tnat it would be possible for India to
increase its export to 40,000,000 cwt
Mr. Baring expresses .tne opinion
that the cost of producing wneat in in
dia is considerably less, than In the
United States. The farmer -who sleeps
on tne grouna ana rweareaj most no
clothes and does well if his income av
erages 010 a year, 4ught toJe able to
undersell the -' American, -wno has to
have a piano lor his-daughter, and be
sides supporting his own family has to
at a. 1 . m
convnqute 10 me maintenance oi num
berless ' manufacturing syndicates for
which be is taxed.
The amount of wheat India-can get
to market for sale' is fixed by the rail
road facilities offered -V-ThH - Fnorliah
iai in Its QCiaiis ana mow ucaivs.MiiK nr,Airtn,l thia. and irf nrdnr to in
in its influences, - The statutes of every crease the 'export, which flow practical
stata in the Union prohibit prize fight- It into tneir bands without any return
inir. and as a berialty for the violation to tne poor Uintioo.vtuey. are pressing
of the law impose .the punishment of
imprisonment innheir penitentiaries.
The prire fight waaxpnidered a brutal
affair.4 and resrietab.e piBople af oided
Dennis Kearney has suddenly de
parted for his native sand-lot. lie as
signs as the reason f this unexnected
departue that he has contracted a hard
cold and is overworked. Dcnnv found
the tottling masses less ready to listen
nis absurdities this time than dunnt?
nisiormer visit. At JSew York.Iudeed
ho was barred out of a meeting of la
boring men Which he had exDccted to
enthuse on the - subject of. monopolies.
Eyery where the sand-lots orator was
neglected, and even Ben Butler had no
word of encouragement for him. , Prob
ably this is the last that will be heard
of Denny in the east, and there will be
no quarrel with the sand-lottcrs if they
henceforth keep their hero at homi
Exchange.- , :
JOH.V KlTZQKR ALl v A. V. McL.AUOUI.IN
i "" President. Cashier.
A I INK LOT OK
MACKKItEL, LAIiliADOUE IIEUinXG, TKOIH', AVILD WAV
COD FISH, Aroh fhoicti lot of
Zi22:LVOXTS l2T2D OHii29 CES.
We have a fino cloflk of ' .
GBtQMGE FAMmY QM O 0JBRZES,
v - . . Fancy inmlMof
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR. .
. . I have in Moo a lino Hup of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps.
Ac. All our gooil ar new and frexli.
Will Exchange, lor Country Prota, Linseed Oil Meal Always on Han.
; Next door to Court House, Plattsmouth, Neh, ' J .
M. B. MURPHY & CO.
. . .
! OF P1.ATTSMOITTI1. NKBRASKA,
Offers the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Government and Looa
Securities Bought and Sola, Deposits recekv
. ed and interest allowed on time Certifi-
catea, Drafts drawn, available iu any
part of the United States and all
the principal towns of
Collections made & promptly remitted.
Highest market prioes paid for County. War
rants, State ai.d County BondK.
John Fitzgerald . - A. E. Touzalin.
John R. Clark. K. C. Cushing,
Geo. E. Dovey, ." - F. E. White,
A. W McLauehlln. .
1 WEEPING WATER, NEB.
E. L. REED,- President.
B. A. GIBSON", Vlce-rresident.
. R. S.? WILKINSON. Cashier.
; A General Banting Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Cartl
Drawn available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe
Agents for the celebrated
Mmi Line of Stews.
The civilized mode of prize fighting
in vogue in this day; is little betterj if
any; tKItf the oid style of brutality ; ior.
iU details and mofe demoralizing ;rrhli"nd
the construction of railroads With what
speed ia ptssilile toJEnglish officialism
In tho year 1881 there were but 646 ot
new roads In construction,- in -addition
to the 9,619 miles In Operation. ' ' -There
. e Ann it--, i . ..s -
them. They were held iu out of the f: I "f7 " Zw lX, 1
. ... . sanctioned for commencement.- This
wajr - places, as inOt f or rtvilrjod nreo 9 ant very rapH yropeis, Judged by
Bank Qass County
CotneitMaia and Sixth Streets. ' "
J JOHN BLACK. President, "I
1 J.M. PATTEESON, Cashier, f -
Transacts a General Bantiii2 Business.
' I , i (HIGHEST CASH PRICE j l
Paid for County and City War v ants.
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and. promptly remitted for. . ?
DIBXCCTORS : L " -'
John Black.-J. Ml'ativwson, C. H.Parnel
- F. It. Gutliaiann. J. Morrissey. A. B. '
mith. Fred G order. ' !
:.uAiT, nmN m. ;j
The best yeast iv: use, received:; fresh
. ; every r TUESDAY tod FRIDAY . :
, roornipga. Ct&l J plied by
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At Wholcsalcand IHctail. Cash
paijd br all kinds of country
' produce. Call and sec me,
Opposite IPirst National Ilank.
IP. I3ATUMIBIISrIP13 n
, EASTWARD v vv
- -- " ' ? . - ....
- '-Dally Express Trains for OmBha. Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Ixmls. and all. points KhsC
Through Cars via Peoria to Indiananoli. Kle
gant Pullman Palace Cars and dvy. coaches on
all thioiuch trains, and linuig can east of Mis
souri river. - - .
i 1 1 .WESTWARD
Daily E x pre n train n for-Denver connecting
in Union Depot for all points in Colorado. L'tati.
California and the entire Wet. The adv-nt of
this line gives the traveW KewlCout lo the
West, with sccurry uiul advantages uneinlel
elsewhere. ... , Z-.i'--- - ".
f 1 riTrough Tickets at the Lowest Raten are on sale at all Ihe linrwrtant station, and bacgaee
WU1 be checked to destinetlon. Any information as to r:Ues, routes or time tabh-s will be
cheerfully i urniahed ufton application to any aeerit or to
- - -v- - P. S- EUSTIS. tlcnernl Ticket Acent. Omrain. Keh.
'BUR LIN GTO N-1 . 0 UT t
f ' r (Chicago Burlington &. fuincy r 'road.)
, , M-tjja at jmjim. III. -
OOIHO EA8T AND WEST.
I lnnt Day Coaches, Parlor Cars, with Beoiin
Ins Chairs seats' free); Rmokint? Cars, with K
voTriiyrC3utn.TiiUniaa Palace Sieeoinz Cars and
khe famous C. u. Sc Q. Dinlnr Cars run dauy to and
from ChscAfo 4 Kansas City. Cbioao A . Council
tnuRS.vsueagO' s ie jnotnea. vnsgq c- Jo
seph. Atchison A Topeka. Ojjiy UiroMgtj Une bo
tweea Cktcaxro, Lioooln & Deaer. -TliroBurhcars
between lndianapohs A Cbooca Bluffs via Peoria.
Ail cocoectiocs made In vnioo ixpots. it is
GOINC NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Tralnirof Efeeant bar Onoche and IjU
man Palace Klecrsne cars are run aailr iu and
t'rom St. Louis, via Hanniboi. Ouico, b.eokuk
Burlinetoo. Cedar La wis and Albert Lea to M
Paul and Minneapolis: parlor Cars with Kecbnioc
Chairs to and from St. Louis and Peoria and to
and from 5t. louis and UUumwa. Only one
change.-of ' cars between 8t. Louis and lies
Moines. Iowa. . Lincoln, Nebraska, snd Denver. I
Coloraao. . ;
It is universally admitted to be the
knows a the (rsat THROUGH CAR
mt rinstt Eiiu I Doed D ui I road In tha World far all O lasses of Travel-
jr. J. POTTEK. Jd Vico-Pres't and GeaT Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL. Geo. Pass. Ay't. Chicmco.
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