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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1883)
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I'LATTSMOl'TII. NKIiUASKA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 188U.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
THE LEADING GRGGERS !
Co:ur to the froiit witli :i complete Mock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FIIKSII A XI) NIC I'.
V- ;i!v. ays buy tin List goods in tho luaikrt, and guarantee t-vt-n thing
t- U ari nob-agents in thu town for the sale of
' rKRFl'XTION" (.ROUND SIMOliS,
u B ATA VI A" CANNED GOODS,
N'l hing liner in tin-niai krt. I'latl's "Tiger" briMid f Il.tltiniuiv Oysters
;l.v:tys on hand. Come ami see us. V 'Ail I make you gl.id.
E DAYLIGHT STO
Full Line General Merchandise.
Full Line General Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Maud.
ISottom Prices for Cash.
Bottom Prices for Cash
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
The ri.ATTSMOITTII HERALD
In every d epartuient.
Catalogues and Pamphlet Work,
In eveiy department.
ITBLISIHNTJ COMPANY has
materials is Large and complete in
a-aK;.,,; - - t - jgyr -
r!, r f .r V. li.SON I'.KO-." SIM UTS
nOAICl lv th.' DAY or WEKK.
Or db lis IWlfllOl H
a LJ"WES gpgra gra B!B' 5S?
From this date until closed out I
sell my large stock of
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STATION K II V. NOTIONS.
MASON & HAMLIN
Meals at A ti Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Civil Service Commissioner's
Leukvof tlie Yellowstone Purk
CIVIL, KKKVIt-b COMMIHSIO.N.
Wasuinoton, March 1 1 . -Meiuhtrt
of the civil sTvirc commiMwioii culled ut
executive iiisiiikiou and hud a short con
ference witli tin; pre.-itlent in regard to
the ;r ;ieral plan tf ojH-ruti t.i to he o1
sencd in carrying 'he Ihw ini effect. It
was agre-d that the conunifNinu tthould
prepitre '-t o:" ru!j in rcnrd to jues
tions under tlieir juuddic Jou aid sub
mit them to the proi-le U ' for uiplivul.
Selection of ch'n f exnisiiuer under the
conuni.ssi'ju wn.- not itreeil upon.
fKK.SIIK.vr JKTIIK cKNATK.
It is understood thtit Sonator Edmunds
will only retniu the office of president of
the senate until next Dectfniher, whea h
will give way to Senator Anthony. Ed
munds left last Friday for Aiken, b. i;.
He has gone to join his family, who
spent the winter there. Edmunds pro
poses to go to New Orleans with his fam
ily for a visit, from there to go to the
Pacific coast. He will probably remain
with his family in Calirornia the greater
oart of the Bummer. This trip is made
solely on account of the frail health of
his surviving daughter.
TIIK SEW NICKK1..
The secretary of the treasury hiving
directed that the ward "cent"' by added
to the new 5 cent piece, the sup ;rite:i i
ent of the Philadelphia mint is engaged
in preparing a device for the back of the
proposed coin. No order, fiowever, has
been made suspending coinage or tho new
nickel, and the mint bureau report their
isuc at the rate cf nearly f 3,000 a day,
an amount sufficient to supply about all
the demand. The French government
has adopted nickel coinage instead of
BCIT FOK DAM.VOIiS.
Thomas "Worthingtou; of Ohio, today
filed suit against E. W. Keightley, third
auditor of the treasury ,for $50,000 dam
ages, pn what are described as "one hun
dred false, malicious, . libellous and
groundless allegations calculated Mid in
tended to prevent payment by th United
States of the p'iutiifs just claims lor
army supplies furnished volunteer troop
atCamp Deuison, Ohio, in IStfl." The
complaint sets forth that the allegation
referred to were made by the thim au
ditor in Yarious official reports.
PAT OF COSCUKSBMEN.
The question whether the treasury de
partment can lesrallT withhold jayment
of members of conaress who are indebt
ed to the government is exciting atten
tion just now. The treasury assumes it
can, and so informed the treasurer
in the case of Represent li'
Ochiltree. .The olicU
ACROSS THE CREEK.
Death of flortschakoflT.
Plot to Murder tue Czar.
IUdkn Baukx, March 11. Prino
Oortschakoff, ex-collector of the Rus
sian empire, is dcuul.
Athens, March 11. The chamber
of deputies adjourned until the lltu
inst., out of respect to the memory of
the late M. Coumoundouroc,' ex-prime
minister. A public funeral is pro
St. Pktkhsbukg, March 11. It is
stated the police were warned from
Palis of a plot te murder the Czar. A
lady was arrested at Charkov. A key
was found on her cipher documents
which had been previously seized.
Rome, March 11. Two ladies, the
last dependents of Amsrego Vespu-
cius who gave the name of America to
the Western Hemisphere, ar now beg
ging that a pension of ten crowns per
month, which was assigned to their
family by the republic of Florence in
1680, be restored. "
Establishment of a: Human
Other Items of Interest.
Chicago. March 10. A cremation
society, with a capital of $10,000 is to
be formed here at once.
Ji8TON, March 10. Henry X. Fol-
lansbee, defaulting treasurer of the
Boston police relief association, was
indicted by the grand jury to-day for
the embezzlement of S27.000.
THE VOICE OF TRADE.
Boston. March 11. The Central
Trades and Labor Union passed reso
lutions denouncing the attacks of Sen
ators Anthony, Plumb and Hale upon
Columbia Typographical UnionWash
ington, and thanking Senators Voor
hees and Conger for their efforts in
behalf of organized labor.-
a gift t boston.
Boston, March 11. Mr.Eben Toui
gee, who sixteen years ago founded
the New England Conservatory of
Music, now the largest music school
in the world, lias presented; the insti
tution to a. board of trustees, who ac
accepted the gift in behalf of the city
and will take possession as soon as the
necessary legal forms are complied
Cincinnati, March l6 The clay
niireon shooting match between Carver
and Bogardus occurred this afternoon
at the Highland &oue. One hnn
single birds, eig
Chicago, March 13,-9pcclal.
March wheat, today, 10G.
March, 107. April. 107J(. May
111. JiCy, 112).
March, 67J. April 611. May, 61 f .
New mixed do, 54.
March 41). April. 41. May, it.
Wheat 122 cars, corn 504 cars, oats
IMatiMmouth City Market.
t-MOVIHION, KUUlT, rKKI A'.'. (MKTAII )
Kf ported by M. 11. Murphy A Co.
'hpeite (uurt kltu)...
Chre.e (full rreaili). .
Hiar Cur-l Jlanif...
( holer rotator
Sweet CUler ..
Oy-iten, ielret ,
. 11504 Ml pfrt.l,
1L t t per
ut. i.iio per Jo.
nt ur c. "
do o. "
t!iboct. per bu.
Si. bo "
76 ! "
75 en "
...1,25 at !. 60 "
16c per gal
Vi per can
riattHtnonth Telephone Exchange.
I J. P. Voudk, reldew-'e.
Keunett Bi uwii, ior.
M. B. Murphy & Co., "
County Clerk 'a office.
K. li. I.ewli. renldeuc.
J. V. Weckbach, tor.
Weitern Union Telegraph ottit-e.
1. II. Wheeler. reldue.
1. A. Campbell, "
K. U. Wiiiduaia, "
Jno. Wayinan, "
J. W. Jeunlnit, "
W. H. Wine. oTllce.
Morrlstey Iiro ofUce.
W It. Carter, utore.
W. Fairfield, residence.
M. B Murpuy,
I). II. Wheeler & Co , oftlce.
.1. 1. Taylor, residence.
... . 11..
J. 1 VoutiK, Ktore.
K. W. II v-r. reoideiice.
IlKUALD Pt'B. Co OffiC.
.f. N. Wh, residence.
H. M. Chapman, "
W. I. lonex, "
A. N. Sullivan, "
U.K. Palmer. "
W. II. 8'hlldknecht, oftlce.
Hulllvan Si Wooley, "
A. W. Mcijtughllu. residence."
A. Patterson, livery.
C. M. Holme. "
L. li. Bennett, residence.
(ieu. S. Hmlth, ofllce.
I A. Moore, flor-st.
J, W. Barnes, reildence.
K. K. MvlnKitoo, ofllce.
J. V. Weckbach, reildetice.
W. II. H hllikiiei lit "
Geo. S Hmlth. "
li. K. Llvln(ton.
The awltch hoard connect Plattsrnonth with
Ashland, Arlington, Blair. Council Bluff, Fr
Bjont, Lincoln, Omaha and EUthorwS tatlon.
Notice in hereby given, that the following
vrltnews feed Have ueenreponea roiouniy -om-mixhloiier.
au'emalnlnK in the hands of W. C.
Shownlter. ClerK oi me uisinei oun, uncall
ed for tip to January 1, 1SH3.
Rodney Andrew, witness In lower Court t
Kdgar ntatrier, wiinesa id lower uoun.
;eorge W right, wituecs in lower court..
B.. Hoover, witness
J. V. Glover, wltnes
Walter Cutlortn. witness
William Carlysle, witness
K. W. Cunnlngharn, witness
li Mvtrrrr. wltiiMa lower court...... .
V TAitii..li u i rnjatii In l.iw.r Tillltt 1.10
w i:utl wit ni In lower court 1.1
K. Fetier. Interpreter lower court.
John Bons, witness in lowf
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