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PL ATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, MON DAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1884.
i NO. G9.
I 111. VV
WIK.JL JT. WdLIMtlCM.'S
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
TO MY FRIENDS
I do not care to follow the example of my competitors, by moving
my store "West, nor am I worried by
trary, I have MAltKJfiU JJUWJN
Dolmans, Cloaks Carpets,
In fast, everything in the Dry Goods line, in plain figures, and
from now on will sell at
jurxstcTTt j? it ic jus,
and no blowing or misrepresentation.
If in want of any Goods in the above lines, or if you need any
FRESH GROCERIES. Call and see for yourselves.
JOSEPH "V". WECKBAGH.
- DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP--
Lumber, Sash.Doors. Blinds
their doing so. lnt on tne con
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Tiik North American Review fur
June opensljwith an article on "Harbor
ing Conspiracy." by Prof. Ilenry Wade
Rogers, who examines, in the light of
international law, the diplomatic his
tory of the United States and the na
tional constitution,-the question as to
how far our government must go in
suppressing plots against governments
with which we are at peace. Henry D,
Lloyd, in the same number of the Rc
view, shows how every branch of pro
duction is coming under the control of
"Lords of Industry." corporations and
monopolies. Elizabeth Stuart Ptosis
has an article marked by rare philo ¬
sophic force upon the "Struggle for Im
mortality." Other articles of not less
importance are: Sociological Falla
cics" by Prof W. G. Sumner; "The
Rise aud Fall of Authority," by Presi
dent J. C. Welling; "Walt Whitman;'
by Walker Kennedy; and a symposium
n "Expert Testimony," by Rossiter
Johnson, Dr. W. W. Godding, T.O'Con
nor Sloanc and Dr Charles L Dan t.
The following is the text of the bill
introduced by Senator Cullom to pro
hibit speculation by officers of national
backing associations. Be . it enacted,
etc., That it be unlawful for the presi
dent, cashier, tellers or other ehief ex
ecutive of any national banking asso
ciation, having capital stock to the
amount of $200,000 or more, to deal,
trade or otherwise engage in specu
lation in Btocks, bonds or other securi
ties, or iu grain, provisions, produce or
or oil, on margins, on his own individ-
al account, or for his own personal
profit, cither directly or indirectly, or
to have any partnership or other finan
cial interest ia the operation of any
private banking or brokerage firm or
business. Anv such officer who vio-
lates the proiisions of this act, or any
person who aids or abets such officer in
violating the provisions of this act,
shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and be imprisoned not less
than one year and not more than five
years, or fined not more than $10,000.
The Des Moines Leader takes Dr.
Miller, of the Omaha Herald, sharply
to task for his continued faith in the
democracy ot Samuel J. Randall and
condemnation of all attempts of the
free trade cranks to boycott him for
his efforts against the Morrison bill.
Dr. Miller has recently had the acute-
ness to eee and tha honesty to acknowl
edge that "Randall could get more
vote for prcsidenr in New York, New
Jersey, Connecticut and Ohio, than any
other living democrat except Samuel
J. Tilden himsalf, or, possibly, George
Iloadly." Thereat. the Leader exlaims:
"Heaven pity the democracy when they
reach the tUte, that their success re
lies upon the ability of Samuel J. Ran
dall to carry any of the close or doubt
f uljstates," and concludes in these ex
pressive words, which, by the way, are
not at all exceptional in the organs of
the free trade faction just now:
"Mr Randall will be taught a lesson
at the Chicago convention the earlier
learning of which would , have saved
him and his friends a deal of trouble
and humiliation. There can be no
compromise now, and there should be
none. The Pennsylvania faction must
be bronght to the block. Those who
would have admitted them to their
counsels must now become their exe
cutioners. The democratic party must
behead its bosses and thus secure its
own unity and success.
The se'eetion of a chairman for the
national republican convention i al
ready a matter of discussion amoDg the
friends of the candidates, and although
t is supposed to be the duty of the
committee on permanent organization
to name the man the choice will be
made long before, the committee - are
chosen. The Blaine men arc advo
cating Harrison, of Indiana, who is
supposed to be Mr. Blaine's second
choice for the presidential nomination,
but, if he is a candidate before the con
vention, the honor of tho chairman
ship, will be sought for the Hon. Cush
nmi K. Davis, of St. Pau', ia whose of
fice a ton of Mr. Bla:ne studied law.
Horr, of Michigan, n also spoken of,
and Senator Sewell, of New Jersey.
The Arthur men will concede the chair
manship to Enmunds contingent or to
the friends of some other dark horse
c mdidato, and are talking of eaveral
gentlemen who are well qualified for
tLe position. '
Among the names' mentioned are
those of George William Curtis, of
New York ; Augustus ; Br aiidegee, of
Connecticut; cx-Seqar-JIeuderson, of
Missouri ; cx-Sccref2ry of The' Navy,
Thomj son, and Congressman McKialy
of Ohio. Tho latter was the chairman
of the Ohio Stale convention and favors
the nomination of Sherman. It is un
derstood that cx-congnssman Burrows
of Michigan, and William II. West, of
Ohio, will place the name of Jain.s G.
Blaine in nomination at Chicago, and
thsy will be carefully drilled bo tbat
they may not make the mistake that
Joy did four years ago when he forgot
the initial of his candidate and nomi
nated "J. B. Blaine. West is a blind
man but is said to have rare gifts in
oratory. Omaha Bee Special.
With the Omaha Herald the keeper
of the democratic conscience has an
easy time of it. Great is Sam Ran Is 11
and Doctor Miller is his 1 r jpl ef,
The Doctor has heretofore been fa
mous for the manner iu which he lar
ruped the recalcitrant half breeds in the
ranks of our Nebraska Democracy, and
dih-d up Democrati: crv for their
confessional, but to see this chef, de-la
cuisine f-etting himself down to gor
maiid'za all the Sain Randall crow, is
1.0T u cheering tight.
The Dr. tells t ie vivaciojs gamin ot
tlieLiucoln Democrat and the J. Ster
ling Morion holiness win? of cur Ne
braska Democracy, thai Sammy Tilden
Qrst and. Sammy Kf.nda 1 next are, so
far, first ia the hearts of the stalwart
democracy of the nation, an l thin with
triumphant irony that smacks of era
elty, the ''boss" cf the Herald sL outs
"read the (rascals) traitors out." Ver
ily, we may look for the lamb tn the
inside of the lion, in the (amp of the
Va'e Mr. Anti-mcncpolut Morton
and the transparent window-glrss ar
"Nebraska's Owa" ie:ems in one year
over $43,000.00 it premiums more
than any other Iusuranc3 company
transacting business in this Sta'.e.
1 he Nebraska and Iowa Insurance
Co. of Omaha, Neb., maintains it3 ac
knowledged supremacy over all its
competitors, as shown by the following
figures, carupiled frcm the sworn state -nents
on file in the office of the State
Auditor, at Lincoln, of the Companies
below enumerated, showing the amount
of premiums received by them for ihe
year ending Dec. 31st 1S'83, s com
pared to that -of the Nebraska and
Iowa Insurance Company, for its firit
fiscal year ending with Apri', 18S4.
Neb. and Ia, Omaha Neb, 180,793.72
Phenix, Brooklyn, N. Y. 143,910.28
German, Freeport Us. 103,272.79
Home, New York, 67,732.07
Continental, New York 66,029.96
Springfield, Springfield Mass. 64,252.43
State, DesMoines, Ia,. 49,564.80
St. Paul, St. Paul, Minn. 3,495.60
See report of Hon. John Wallich's
State Auditor, compiled from a special
examination of the Company's condi
tion on AprilStb, 1884.
Snrarhp:l tobacco is all the fret new.
All chewers seam to be anxious to set
that farm, which will be given away
in June next. Call at Matt Sculegel's
for a circular. ltf
M O Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anheuser Boich St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac
ticular attention to his customers.
If you want to get you a broom that
vi ill give the best satisfaction for the
same money ask your dealer for Dor-
ack s brooms. . djja-imo
Notice for Bids. -
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received by the City Clerk up to
Monday, May 26th, 1884, for doing the
city advertising and printing, for the
fiscal year commencing June 1st, 1884,
to June 1st 1885.
By order of the City Council.
Parlor and bedroom sets ia all styles
at lowest prices at Bceeck'e. 59tf
Tho Emperor Loula Napoleon smoked
only the finest cijrara the world could pro.
ducet Prof. Hontf ord aaya the Emperor
cifrara were made aiiecUily for kirn in H
Tana from leaf tobacco grown In the Golden
Belt of North Carolina, thta being the fin eat
leaf grown. BlackwelTa Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco is made from the same
leaf uaed in the Emperor's clg-ara, U abso
lutely pure and is unquestionably the best
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's irlfted daughter, Anne, In
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in Marptr't
Monthly, tolls of her vi< to the rreat poet
She found him smoking Black-well's Bull
Durham Tobacco, sent him by Hon. James
KusseU Lowell, American Mlnlatnr to the
Court of St. James.
In these day a of adulteraUon.it Is a com
fort to smokers to know that the Bull Dur
ham brand fa absolutely pare, and made
from the beet tobacco the world produces.
Blackwell's Bull Durham Smoking To
bacco is the b$t and purest made. All
dealers have it. None genuine without
the trade-mark of the BuU.
jylM c: c: c: c
J". X. TJ3STlRjTJJE
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS,
and all kludo ot goods usually kept lu a
FIRST CLASS V V XCJM ITURK STORK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods
MetalUc&foOuenCofflns Castets Holies
. EMBLEMS, Ac.
Our New and elegant hearse Is always In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Wheax we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
. I.A.TTSMOUTH. NEB
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oS H so 53
p. o a od
. That Ice Man. ' i
Jos. FairQeld has established an, of
fice at Monarch billiard hall,, where he-
will contract with consumers to supply
ice for the season at the lowest termsv
- 3m2 , -
aate watch charm and two doo
keys. Call at this office, prove prop
erty, pay for this notice and get thq
articles." . ' .
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ri ATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
C-A.X'TXi, - S7J5.000.
Ot'KICKIUi j -
JOHN BLACK, I'ltANK CAUUUTII.
W. II. CUSUINO. Cashier.
Joha Black, W. II. Cunning, Frault Carruth,
J. A. Connor, Fred Herrmann, J. W. John
son. F.K. Guthmaon, Petr Mumm,
Wm. Weteocainp, Ilenry Boeck.
Transacts a General Banking Butiness. All
Who have any Banking businesH to truuNact
are Invited to call. No matter how
largo or small the transaction. It
will receive our careful attention,
aud we promtae always cour
Issues Certificates ol Deposits bearing interest
Buys and sells Foreign Exchange, County
and City (securities. ...
A. W. McUDauUH
OF PLArrSMOUTH. NEBRASKA.
ODters the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction 01 legitimate
Stocks. Bonds. Gold. Government ar.d Loa
Securities Bought and Sold, Deposits receiv
ed and Interest allowed on tiiue Certifi
cates, Drafts drawn, available tn any
part of the United States and all
. the principal towns ol -Europe.
Collections made '& promptly remitted
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State ai.d County Bond.
John it. Clanc.
A. W Mclaughlin.
A. K. Touza.'iu.
F. K. White.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Alala and Sixth Streets.
Transacts a General Mm Business.
HIGHEST CASI1 PRICE
Paid tor County and City Warranto.
and promptly remitted (or.
R B Windham, J. M. Patterson, C. H. Parn.ele
F. R. Guthmann. W J.Agnew,A.B. -Smith.
Fred G order.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
I?. A. GIBSON. Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General MtM business Tranactefl.
Receiyed. and Interest allowed on Time Certi
ficates. DRAFTS J
Drawn ayailable In any part ot the United
States and all the princl pal cities of Europe.
Agents for tfo celebrated
MUm Line of Steamers.
. LonlSviue Nebraska '
A PRnPral Ttanlrtnv 1 I a.
o- uuoiuci trans
aCted. LlOnPV In T.nan Tn4 M J
time deposits. Collections made and
J. J. Mankeb, ij. E. Manke&.
I'res. .. cash.
C A. Mankeb, Ass't Cash.
: x , " " "u, oest na cheap
est, ready for use by adding hot water"
, 4 JUAWII
GO to C. G. Ilprnld'a nr f
barffains in rpalv m. .ua:..
caps and cents furnishing goods! I5dlf
Che ice. Till r A fraaK : I 1
Jim Antill'8 for only 2q centa a poand.
, A KOOd two horan ftm ... i
sale. Enqofre at Bennett & Lewis'.
Assorted tinfa nt r: j r.,. n.
U f0DDdat FUher'. drug store,
rgvolnng sign. - . 49dwtf
Important to Travelers.
Special Inducements are offered you
by tho Burlington rcute. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
round elsewhere in tliis issue. 47tf
ClotLes, Hair, Nail and Tooth Brush
es, Comba, Ac., nice line, at rishen.
east Main street. 4JMtf
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