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PLATTSMOUTil, XEliUASKA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18S'.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
THE LEADING GROCERS !
Cilia to Ilia front with a coinpU te ttock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FliE.SH AND NICK.
We always buy the beat goods in the market, and guarantee everything
sHl We are suit agents in thin town for the sale of
' PERFECTION" (i ROUND SPICES,
AND Till" I KLMIRAThD
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing '.:.vr in tin market. 1'Iatt' "Tiger" brand i.f ballimore Oyster
:'!.vav.s i'i nan. I. I .mum; itid u.'e us. He will vnak n !.)!.
Full Line Grciicral Merchandise.
Full Line GJeneral - Merchandise.
Always oil Hand,
Always on Hand.
ISottom Prices for Cash.
JLSottoiu Prices for i'ash-
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Oi-acr- !:iXn. f-.r .'. li.-i s ! Kits.' -i i K'l
U W, B l'OST OFFICE
J P fUSlI! IT fews Depot,
W a V' V 12 St.? &3 2 y STATIOSKI-V. NOTIONS,
CA.;,T:ES AND GIG.A.SS.
Fl Tf , MASON & HAMLIN
HENRV K. 1IILLEU aud
The PLATTSMOlTTir 111211 A LD rUUJISHIN(; COMPANY has
every facility for first-class
In every department.
Catalogues and Pamphlet lflfork,
In every department.
ink Papers and materials is Large and complete in
litv and assortment.
IiOAKl by the DAY or WEEK
' CF.NTHAL" v !
P Meals at AH Hours.
OYSTRS JOT SEASON.
WW IS a
From this date until closed out I
sell my large stock of
The Danger not Yet Past.
Lorn or Property and Dltre
or I lie 2'eople.
jetcTilMj for fxjort to No Mr York to b
fur v nr. ip I Itj Saturdsj'a U,mcr. The
t iinnl Hfjuinst tlie )Msnl!ity of a rU
lu the price of coM envies at the bunk
of England today. ... v t f , . t
1 X 5
Gheenvillk, Miss., March y. The
levees in Bolivar, Washington and Is
saquena countiea are subject to severe
strain. 0.,ly ono break at KUalie. in
the low.r pxrt of l3suqu'iia county.
Tho w :iter roso an inch !). If the
fine weather continues we vnil escape
any disaaler. Tun niy ,jial .'' dn
per is in Washington cj'wit.
rCK M'f KK! ISd.
AltAiems, March u. i'ha tivtr her5 I
hai fallen two itx-hutt. An Appeal,
Helena, Ark.mdaj, upocial says the
rirer is falling tonight. Several hun
dred nr-jfioes just suiitti of here are r
reported out of provision. Many
horses, mules and cattle arc standing
waist deep and hopelessly abandoned
in the St. Francis swamps. Trains on
the lion Mountain railroad are aban
doned. East of Forest City the tnick
A UAKK riCTUREl 1 '
St. Louis, March 9. A correspond
ent who reached Helena yesterday
from Memphis gives the following
view of the situation: Along the liv
er banks there are not more than two
or three spots ; of dry land between
Memphis and the Point, and scores of
the best farmers in Arkanas and Mis
sissippi are in u, complete s atn oi
wreck. Most, of tliem are abandoned,
the owners and laborers having lied to
higher ground. In many places cattle
in the watar. Almost every gin house
is filled with colored people. At the
landing eighteen 'colored women in
boats were moored to a tree, waiting
for steamers to take them away. There
is not a foot of dry land in forty miles.
Boats ladened with colored people and
their goods were seen at various points
seeking for ground to rest ou. . At
Sterling, colored people, horses andjeat
tle were indiscriminately huddled in
the upper stories, of the only store
there. Fences and houses along the
river bank are still intact more or less!
though many of them have been lloat
ed away. At Star landing dwellings
are full of cattle, aud gin houses full
of negroes. The piospecLs are eeituiu
ly favorrble for a big rise below ht;i-,
as the flow of water from the St. Fran
cis river is undiminished. Capt. Ttior
wegau, of the Chauteau, thinks there
will be unprecedented high water be
tweeiuYick8burg,and New Orleans on
account of the closing of the Bonuett
The bridge and trestle over Cassados
Lake, on the Iron Mountain railroad.
one mile west ef herejryfas discovered
to be afloat tonight, from backjir"
cominz np frosa rr
i ' ' - ;
David Davis to le Married
Theodore Thomts Goes to
, : : Denver.
BuulinqtuN. March .9. It com
menced to snow here at 11 o'clock this
Pkovidenck, It. I., March 'J. The
citizens of the reform state conven
tion will nominate ex-Uovernor
Sprague for governor, March '.'4.
A GRAND CONCERT.
Denver, March O.Thejdoie Thom
as and his grand orchestra, has defin
itely arranged to give a erirs of tievcii
concerts here in June. A chorus of
COO voices is in training.
DAVI' MA Rid AUK.
Wasiiixuton, March l.-IIou. J) i
vid Davis will be married at Fayette
ville, North Carolina, Tuesday morn
ing next. The bridal party will start
for Califonia the same evening, stop
ping a few days at Bloomington, Illi
nois. THE 1XC.UEST.
CiiK AiO., March 9. Hie iiiqutst on
lody of Jim Elliott, which - had been
postponed n account of the reported
illness of Dunn, who kiih-d Elliott,
was held today, and Dunn was hrld
without bail to await the action of the
THE KANSAS FOOL.
Kansas City, March ft. A report
comes from Wyandotte that an aged
German named Bruer in anticipation
of Wiggins' storm dug a small cave,
stored it with provisions today, and
with hid family he descended to the
Chicago. March 0. Afternoon
game at the billiard tournament: Gal
lagher 500, Maggioli 205, Forty-six in
nings. Best runs Gallagher 78, Mag
Evening game: Iluiser 300: Wal
lace 0h. Sixty-two innings. Best
runs 11 t-iber 57; Wallace 37.
STOLJJN GOODS RECOVERED.
Si rinu field, 111., March 0. About
$12,00 worth of property stolen from
J. C. Klaholz, a jeweler of this city, re
cently, was recovered tonight. The
irootbj. which comprise all the stolen
articles except the diamonds, were
discovered by some boy, buried in an
unused graveyard rathin the put lim-
it - Th diamoudr atolHyaiueu ai
trnm M.ftaiii -Xnot" found
fMarch 9. Moses T.
nter'a hank killed
irier, bank exam-
;ey - sjiort, io,ooo.
fore Ray's death
lie was sick, anu
, Saturday he killed
meir' are. amply
ri.Jcayo, Mnrch J0,-Spr rlnl.
--March,' 10. April, Ke'. M
113. June, 1121.
March. M2.JVprII May,
Judo C2. . July C3. .
Cash Corn, No. 2, 6. .
New mixed do, 04.
BECFIPTS O RAIN,
Wheat 70 car$, corn 310 cars,
The markets today, as compam
with yesterday, don't vary much.
lMatUmoutli City .Market.
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l(i Mrtd by M. II. Murphy Ac Co,
It vi flour
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hiiKir t.'UM'il linn.
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PlattxiHonth Telephone V.xvV.nni
1 J. 1. YonnK, rpildi'iicn.
r.cniifrt U l,rwli, lor'.
: M. IS. Murphy A. Ci., "
I Jioiilier Maiden.
r I'ouniy i:i ik'n oWi-n.
ti K. li. i.:wli, iiMlUencn,
7 .1. V. VVi fkli.itll, kI((.
K Wcsiniu L'nio: 'lefntaii iiilUf.
!l 1 1. II. Wlifi-ler. rlliitrt..
in l. A. t'ainiilu'll,
H R. H. VVIiiilliLLiu, "
l.i Jr.". WiiyiiiHii, '
Id .). W. Ji-iiuluKH. -
17 W. .S Wlff. olliec.
in Mcrrlfiey ltrt fllee. . .
IK W It. t'iil I IT, PtOI'C,
m W. Kiurflulil, rcl'l';n(!c
il M. V. Murphy,
Zl It. II. Wheeler & Co , ulllce..
t. .1. V. Taylor. renldiMire.
21 . l lrit Nalioiial liank.
r, .1. P. Young, tore.
in i'eikluN House.
R. W. H V'Tn. renldiuici-.
31 Journal onicr.
It llKUAI.lt I'l'K. CO OIUe.
Xi J. N. WIsn, rell'ni-.
Mi H. M. Cliapiiiau, "
S7 W. I. loliM. "
3H A. N. Sullivan, '
40 W. II. Hclilllkiic(if,
41 Kullivan & Woolly.
42 A. W. MciAujthlin. rch
41 A. l';i!teron. livery
44 ;. M. HoiinM, "
45 J.. 1. lieiiuett, renideue9.
45 ieo. hiiiiiii, onine.
4T L. A. Moorn, llor-t.
4'j J. W. liarnua. renlili'iic.
M R. K. Llvlnirton, offlire.
307 J. V. Weckbiicli, reiildfiicc,
3.-I5 Clliil.liilii Wrllit.
840 W. JI. Bclilldkiieclit "
M Ceo. H. Hniitli. "
35l Jt. R, Livlugftloii, "
The iwitcli hoard connect" I'lattMiioi
Ashland. ArlliiKton. Hlair. Council HI ul
Mioot, Lincoln, (iruiiha mid KikhoniH t&
To the owners of Odd I'
shales in the Masonic ai
lowb block: You are hereb
fled to bring in your shares to
iiiHleisi?ned and receive the a
for the same. S. II. Kichmond, ,
ddnv2w Cli'ii Hoard Trustees.
Horniund Jot forSioV
Dr. A. L. Child's late rcsidf
intoviviih orchard, shrubbervi
home, sfciTde, good well and cfstiA
&c, is offered for sale.
. fm 1 t ? t ' A
j ;ii.s place, w uica irom us L,e;n
flituation commands one of the
views in Plattsinouth, arrf rendi,
very desirabie iiice. ty V
9dtf WiiJnsLKn A: .Vi
Wateriuau Opr.t IIob.
Keduced rates will b? mada to ro
eties, churches and home dramatic en
tertainment.'?, wishing to r:L tho Va-
terrna pera ntie. J it terms
full particulars apply to
. J. r. Vr.rs?
.lldtl liusiue&i Man;
Having Leen a htii.
ey duo me on
i raj are rerp
as I must have
late fire, I mpre than