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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1881).
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the the sulject
was accorded a
THE S A 31 OA N FEELING ur 8ar,que8tion were 1,1
of CcneFal discussion today,
sentati ve of the nress
It Increases Vitb Each Report From the brief interyiew with Secretary Bayard
beat of War. last evening. He said he had received
the dispatches in question, but it would
GERMAN BLUSTER AND BRAVADO I not proper for him to discuss their
subject matter at this time.
In regard to the statement that Ger
many would violate no treaty in acquir
ing ascendancy in Samoa, Bayard called
attention to the declaration concerning
the boundaries of the German and Eng
lish dominions in the West Pacific ocean,
signed at Berlin, April 6, 1880, and said
he thought this agreement precluded
German acquisition in Samoa, and that
she was bound to respect the rights of
Assistant Secretary Rives intimated
IN HONOR OF BURNES
A Solemn and Sombre Soene in the Houbo
IN RESPECT OF ITS DEAD MEMBER
It is Likely to bo Tested In the Near
Future - Tho Latest News From
the Outraged Island-
Congress Appoints a Funeral com
mittee and Adlourns In Ros
pect for Its Dead Member.
Practical Work to Commence.
W.vsiiiNTrtN, I. C, Jan. 23. The Sa
l.ionn troubles continue to be the topic
and discussion in congressional circles.
Senator Frye and Sherman, members of
the committee on foreign relations, in
conversation on the subject exorcised
the opinion that tin? 'ovrrnmfnr f tho
United States should go to war if nects- that there were Prtsnt differences in
wiry to prevent any foreign government "'''n.aeDTlUeorinuerman
fro:., seizing the islands.and all the mem- e" e president's message to
bers of the' rommittee are said to b2 of care of the 16, in9t-. i "gard to
th same opinion tho treaty of QernJ, Great Britain and
. ur, the Unite States in the Samoan matters.
IM-pnt,-!,, have been received at the ! Ut d,SCrel,eD
state duji ti t in 'lit from IVndleton, Amer
ican minister at Berlin, in regard to the
cies, hut it is understood he .referred
ticularly to that passage in the ' mefesnge
A Sad Day.
Washington, D. C. Jan. 23. A som
bre pall hung over the house of repres
entatives when it met this morning,
The desk of the late James N. Humes
was draped in black aad a large wreath
of calla lilies adorned it. As the speak
er's gavel fell the members of the house
ose, and amid a silence that was solemn
and impressive, Chaplain Milburn, in a
sonorous voice that could be heard in
every nook and corner of the chamber
and the galleries, delivered the opening
prayers in Which he referred feelingly to
the deatli of Sir. Burnes. The speaker
then directed the journal to ! read.
Samoan question. Their contents are
withh'ld from the public, except some
etracts from (Iiiinaii newspapers giving
ucroii'ts ( and commenting on the tight
in wiiii h so m my Germans lost their
lives. The previous languid tone of the
pros in regard to Suinoan affairs was
iiickeiu d to fever heat by the Das Klcine
Journal of U rlin of the 7th instant which
-ars: fronting to ofhcial reports from
Apia of l tvino.-r -JH a corps of the Olga
was s nt to accompany the German con
sul to the sr ne of war on the natives in
conse.ju.'iic.; of the destruction of German
property nnd bodily insults to the men of
the maiine while in leave, the consul
going there for the purpose of instituting
a disarmament. On the way to Boilela
pi ir.f'iiioiMhc landing corps of the Olga
is by Mi'rprii attacked by the insurrec-tioni-ts
under the leadership of the Am
i rlean. Kh-in. Landing being thereupon
mad. I.y I Hiding a crew of the Olga, the
Adl-.r and gunboat Ebcr, the natives
were tlitown biifk and several of their
Tillag -s situated jn the coat destroyed.
Lieut. Sieger mid liftoen men are Jead.
Lieut. Spengler and Murchardt as well
as thirty six men are wounded.
IT WAS A VICTORY, TIIOl'tSH.
"A vi.-toiy. but a costly one, and not
one to be rejoiced over. The Germans
m -.-ddling in the quarrels of King Mataafa,
Melietca and Tamasese has been hailed
M-ith rej..ii ing from several quarters with
the reason that the final result of the bus
iness w is expected to be the occupation
of Samoa by the German empire. Eng
land and the I'nited States do
not, however, agree to such a consuma
tion and now we have even lost a numbur
of men in battle with thedispised island
ers; a new Cif in the history of our rolo
ncal policy; a laurel Caf, but what sort
of a one.
THK ZEITCM; TALKS FOR BISMARCK.
The national Zeitung denies the exis
tance of a treaty precluding European
powers from acquiring or seeking to ac
quire the ascend, ncy in Samoa. It also
where the president says: "Acting within wmc" occuP,ea auyUt lwo minuttg alter
the restraint which our constitution and whICU Mr- "ockcry, a member from
laws have placed upon the executive PI,9aou"' arose antl 8aiJ hr had been ap-
power, have insisted that the autonomy J l,,c l "
and independence of 4Samoa should be announce to t,,e hue the death of his
NEBRASKA 8OLDIER8' REUNION
Where will Their Next Reunion be
Held Is the Question.
What's the Matter cf Plattsmouth?
Parties who have an interest in the city
in which they live, would do well to
read the appended proposition. Here is
a chance by which to gain a reputation
for the city which will bo of considerable
value with but little money expended,
which can be raised by contributions.
The object of the contribution would be
to induce the soldiers and sailors of the
state to hold their next reunion here.
Such an honor would be of considerable
value to Plattsmouth, and some iniuential
busiuess men of the city should make an
effort to secure it.:
1st. For the purpose of securing tho
location of the eleventh annual reunion
of soldiers and sailors, to be held in the
year 1889. at such time and place as may
be designated by the twelfth annual en
campment department Nebraska, G. A.
R, I will receive sealed proposals at de
partment headquarters Grand Island,
Neb., until February 19th. 1889, 12
o'clock a. m., from cities, towns or vil-
ages of the state.
2nd. Propositions must be accom
panied by a written guarantee endorsed
by five or more responsible persons,
guaranteeing that their locality will fur
The One-Price lolhior
At some time in the future I n3 gratis to the G. A. R. the following:
he said the Missouri delegation would L -A-1 leaat 240 acres of land for euch
nimilnn.,1. A 1S 4.. iL. I COHeBgUCi
treaties made with Samoa bv tho uowers
named. Germany. Great Britnin and the sk the house to suspended its ordinarv reumon suitabIe for camlng location,
United States, and their agreements and proceedings to pay trtbut to the work Plat and state out tho caml anl repair
understanding with each other. I have I of the eminent gentleman so lutelv one camP for occupancy.
protested against every act apparently of tlieir colleagues, whose death was a IL Seventy-five tons of hay, fifty tons
tending in an opposite direction, and calamity, a lose not only to the state he of ,n,w' one hundred corda of wood, all
durinsr the existence of the intemntinn! served so well, but to the n ition at !ar?e. uulTW,!a 10 quartermaster of camp on
disturbance one or more vessels .if war Mr. Djckery then offered the follow- reunion grounds, by or before the last
have been kept in Samoan waters to nro- resolution: FtidaJ Por to reunion,
tect American citizens and propeity." "Resolved, That the house h:n heard IIL Purnish 'uitable guard for such
Whitney talks. profound sorrow the announcement Prolyert7 f"r pe"od of nine days, said
Secretary WhitneT 8id th f of the deatli of the Hon. James N. Kaard to 1,8 under the direction and
the eovernment was fixed and nr.ina Burnes, late representative from the state orders o the commander of camp,
which miaht be said Jn regard to if mils' of Missouri." Iv- A good quality and sufficient
come from the state department. "Resolved, by the house of representa- luanity of water to be delivered in
Senator Edmunds, whm m.l. .r- "ves (the senate concuniuff) that a select uuuer lue aireciion or tne com
nuainted with the tenor of the ntternrM committee, consisting of two members of mader of the camp for the needs of
of the Berlin Gazette, said: I sunnose the three members of the sen- fifty thou8and people for one week, for
that the expression of such an opinion ate be appointed to take the order for drinkin. cooking and washing purposes;
will not serve to deter the American superintending the funeial and to escort a l8 enouK stock water for three thous
I . . .... I .A I 1 m m
people from carvin.r (,,,t nv kMIp. f 1.,. e remains of tha deceased to their nine ",B,ua Ui mutes s;c- tor one
o j 1 - - 1 " 1 1 I 1
have mule or mv adopt as desimbb. I oburial and tint tlu necessary expenses weeK-
or necessary. The Samoa islna ar -f attending th j execution of this" order b V rortJ-two tons of ice to be delir-
great importance with relation to the PaTed out of tliL' contingent lund of the ered durinS the eek of the reunion, on
develooeracnt made via the ri.td bouse." tne order of the comraander of camp.
canals across the Isthmus of Panama and I "Resolved, That the sc.goant-at-arms V1, To ,urnish ,re U expense to
Nicaragua." of the house be authorized and directed aepariment 01 Jetraska sufficient
to take such steps as may be necessary tems on lne reun,on grounds for the ac-
ior perieciiy carrying out tne provisions cmumoaaiion 01 nny tnousand persons.
of these resolutions."
Resolved. That the clerk communicate
the foregoing resolutions to the- senate,
and as a further mark of respc-ct to the
memory of the deceased the house do
These resolutions were unanimous;.-! v
the oiiKUNATon or LOW PRICES,
Tliat every (Jarinont ftoll lv Jiini is l.iwtT in Pnr limn tl.A
Same quality and make can be-Nought elsewhere in the oily.
I IE"1 nTOT SilTISPIED
with your Mirdunr T.o m !'! t.-t v It l.uck rrr:in within thirtv .lavs and
will cheerfully refund the money yon paid lor it. Joe in proud of hiu
reputation he has earned and
It Makes SMo Difference
how low a price other clothidra may ask, or what extra inducements
ttiey may ofler for your patronage,
will always be lower and his inducement more liberal.
Dot No Dash, No Short Hand
Crytogramic, Private Cypher Iinsiness with JOE, but
Price Only I
Prices are always the
OO TO HJElJsrrtTr BOECK'
FIGHTING FAST TRAINS.
Omaha to Have Another On as a
Chicaoo, 111.; Jan. 23 The general
managers of the western roads met in the
Bookney building today to consider the
question of fast trains west of the Mis
souri river. The "Q." which is the dis
turbing factor, refused to discontinue its
fast train to Denver, and the Union
Pacific run a similar train from Omaha.
The other lines will equalize matters by
cutting rates. It is understood that the
Q is anxious tojhave the matter arbitrated
by the executive board of th"a new inter-
VII. To furnish a good and sufficient
amount of advertising and destribute the
same, the expense of which in total shall
"os1 ce m i cufc oeiore tne re
union and done under the direction of
the reunion committee for 1889.
VIII. To insure all property that may
6tate railway association and some settle-
denies that England ami America have mCnt mT be rCch In thi9 waT that wiI1
iirreed upon anv nroceedinfrs for a I avert an7 trouble.
ment of affairs in Samoa. The German I HOW CAM PiariiT
adopted and the house at 1?: 10 adjourn- '"lve to be imured. in some reliable m-
ed. surance company and companies for tbe
The remains of Mr. Burnes, accompan- f uI1 Ped of time the property may be
ied by the congressional delegation, left in transit to, in use, or in transit while
in a special car over the Pennsylvania being returned from the reunion,
railroad at 7:43 last night for St. Joe, Ix- To furnish under the appoint-
Mo. There were no funrrl :n ment of the
- ! . f -"J VJ
lorsuch service, sufficient number of
guards to protect property and aid the
in this city,
THE MISSOURI DELEGATION.
The entire delegation in congress from
Missouri together with Speaker Car;.,!-..
Randall and other members of the :i;r m
nrrent in Samoa gats tliat on the contrtrr I nlln t.;roi.;M. u . i I ...;. : - .
j (.,. vHuui(u iu wugu iuu birain r"wwu wuiiuiuce, met yesterciav ia ij
such a treaty would be opposed to dip- and cough and calmly sayi "Oh! it is ing to take suitable action upon ti,,
lomatie etiquette and has officially noti- little cold," and keep giving them death of Representative Burnrs
,wa offlce Bcrt,n .coord- l&nHr JlZlX
: -' sumption, when can be so easily re- sorrow 'at his death and suggesting the
The Zeitung continues that the treaties lieved by BEGGS CHERRY COTJGII appointment of a" committee of nendK-rs
hetwi cn amoa, oermany, tnglana and onyurit naa no superior, and few from both the house and
Viiiericn provide that Samoa concedes to Y1 . l - uo..
comm.-inder of camp, and maintain a pro
per degree of order during the week of
nu b treaty power, equal rights with any
other power, but no treaty regarding
neutrality vr the independence of Samoa
rxi.-ts between Germany and 4-nierica.
The XrtJi German Gazette says that
the sensation i.i America over Samoan
troubles is regarded here as a deliberate
defiance from Washington.
A London raMe says fbe statement
Notica to Water Consumers.
All bills aside from the lawn service
were due Jan. 1st These bills must be
paid by Feb. 1st, at our office in Henry
Tgg FfcAyfrByQIiTff f ATJf Co.
senate to at
tend and superintend the funeral, and
that the expenses of the funeral lid paid
out of the contingent fund of the house
and that the house adjourn as a nu:k of
The funeral will take place at Sc
Joseph, 3Io.f and a conimittee y leave
here with the remains tonight for that
place and reach that place Sunday
T furnish fifty saddles for the
m.3 of tha cavalry division who shall be
held responsible for the safe return of
XI. All the exetis . Tneiil.-nt ' to the
reunion 111 the way of ammunition ftr.il
!;l:tprjuj needed aud used in carrying out
programme of sham battles, sun-rise and
Parlor, Dining Room and Kitchen
HE OWNS HIS OWN BUILDING,
PAYS INTO RENT
And therefore cm sell yon goods for le
Money than any other dealer in the city.
HE ALSO HAS A CO.MPLE I'E ASSORTMENT OF
HEARSE FURNISHED FOR ALL FUNERALS.
COR. MAIN AND SIXTH STREETS.
W. C. Henry,
sailors, and addressed
Grand Island, Neb.
XIVr. In accordance with a resolution
partment comnnnder wUl rcservo tofc the
same te and place as above, from
iittes. towns or villages, separate bids
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in the world is the reason inn
will cough and keep coughing and still eyeninS
1. a ! r I Mm . .
ccp trying mienor medicines whpn 1 ne committee on aDnronri;itiona ..f
n.HII vo Ii Mlllfl'in trcotina mt.ln k rri a 1. I np.OI4N I III f.KKV ITIllTnu HVDim ! I 1 t- -n
v ". - - vuuuu omur win wuico uiirnes was a member met
the rsorth Germ in Gazette caused great H'" fXIff Br v gQ . DCe! opted resolutions of regret,
surprise here. The utterence, which i. Sjjfa .rJ
undouMedlv Bismarck's, nlaces a ual Uo t a,.n, " - . Uv"u I . nT UN EAKH
upou the lips of diplomates and it is I
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
impossible to obtain from them any
expression on the diplomatic phases of
the matter. Minister Phelps, in vieiy of
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputation and one that
meal at neisel's mill, tf
the Mansion house by the lord
He carefully prepared his speech before
'"lis better not to be. than lx -nnKa.v
, . . "-' i "fuc icuuiniiuu inu one lliat is eivintr
r." and no onn cn K I i ... .. ' . Kog
i i --r- '-tit m "uusc uuiversai HHLisrcriinn at 0mi
i, t .! . ... .1 IIOIU. iVearlv All ilia I , , , " . 3 "-r" rv
wen iaii4,uei icnuereu i.jm jasc nignt at I " . - wucir 10, paraiieieu satisfaction for purifvin? the
mavor I m il T- .:" lerangeraeni oiood as UKUO S BLOOD PURIFIER &
I of the dicrestire nrmiu r: ' I rr rnr . t-., , . -l.
Peasant Pnra.Mire Be lets .ot i AT .:"T'H,"e
t.-.v M ru.ir,, s H.cui cunsupauoD, ing. r-or sale by O. P. Smith & Co
l II US WJ UIU oaiu.'-i. iftiujj lUtUCHXUJ I O i.uj IUCUI J I I VII UgglSlS.
in orricixj. rtK6.Ks.
The Citv Meat MrWt ii V.T 2.L
Tlio t taitntrlwa frnm IL-rlin nn1 Tin.tnn I.. r
i . .i. i rr buy fresh meats, pqrk chops, poultry
iu reg ird to the attitude of Germany on j apd game of a)l Jfincja. tf .
If you consult your own interests xnn
will tjuy yonr foot-wear of Merges.
Be wise am) buy your Tjvcrshoes of
Merges,.,,. . m . . 11 u
sun-set guns, furnish a suitable place for
UU,U"B ml 1,2',t,ng thC 9ame a1Pted at the t encampment the
.in in wl situaies an si Kile
horses for the use of the camp commander
and bis staff, all such medicines and
a , . J ior ine permaneni location of the
the medical director, to be obtained by reunion, also the location of the same fo,
him on requisition approved by the com- a period of five years,
mnnder of the ram n to lis lnmo l. -.t ... . ' ' .
w WJ V11C AV .u posts of the G. A. R will
nty town or village that shall seenrp thfe upon receipt of th order at once Lrin
location of saii) region. A rights to it to the attention, of pvblic In their lo
jnna rtaajriB wHtie by securing the gratis public-
bqQth.3, din.flg hUa sad all business tion of the same in the papers and in
firms, places of amusements, shows &c, other ways promulgate it
er?!!!l'Jr - The Department af raska
ling or place to vend spirituous Hcqors, and all bid, alinl itln a.: 7
wine, or mt ba La .llowed on vv.ll. All :n i. ........
XII. In addition, he locally must the m.eetin of vhe Council of Adminis-
give certain sqiu o,f nqey ; fi Wh I twtjun at Kearney, Tuesday 19th, 1889,
ORatjon ft;f scuuficfc tne reunion, said I when the selection of the location will 1,1
sum to he pud to department command- made.
er at least thirty days before the time
fixed for the reunion of 1889 for the w
of the departm -nt of Jtr .ika, U. !. U.
XIIL AU bids must be endorsed
fotlows: Proposals for seeming the tenth
annual r-union of Nebraska soldiers and
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Merges' 8hoe Stwre.
Has the best and mot rnn,..i .. .
of samples, both fori ,i a
w oolens that ever came we.t ot Mi,nrl
river Note these prices: Uu-Jaew suit
from 1 to $35, d.-e,s sulu. VT.
pants 4, $5, $6, ft.id and unw.Td.:
CarWiU gwaatecd a fit.
Prices Defy ComnelUion.
-T. H. EMMONS, M. .
Physician I Surqeon
f 'hrouie DUowfH. "nd I lljL .C,btl? "rT.
fc-relepnone at both Offlce and
By command of
J. . LlVElUJiGHOUSE,
Asst. Adjutant General.
For Sale: Three froh '-;ii COlWa
"eunnire of C.. M- llvliuw.
la. A M. Time Tahi.
MN la ,tuo to Pc(fle Junction itiu.n
Hcita a atub (ram faclflc jSSettoa v ua
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