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PL ATTSMO UTI f , XEUUASKA, AVEDXESDAY, MARCH 11, 1833.
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L-t-e tii i-iiar,
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T1- i """My
Coma to the front with
Staple and Fancy Groceries
:ilv. :iys buy the Lest goods in the market, and guarantee .-vrUhing
w A aie sol. agents In this town for the sale of
" PKIIKKCTION" (JKOUNI) SPICKS.
"BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
N.-;j,iK r.i.i r ii U. iii:ukt. I'lalfa " 'I i r-i " Iim1 ..f J itnun
: lv- ays ..: I- Corn ? and nee in. V? Aiil in:tk- you glnd.
lull Line General
Full Line General
11 ways on Hand,
ways on Hand.
Our Stock of 151 .ink
ORDERS BY- MAIL SOLICITED; -
rterdware, Stoves .and Tinware.
t'lwt r.jintilHtt air - j:
u..iliH.t west r i'arjiir'.s
y Ml Washl
a compUt to-k or
for first- lass
and complete in
h-Herald Pub. Oo.
AX FOR SALE BY
- iX ;: t; cny. In I he hlH..K Y LHJU
Ci.l. and skk is.
(1 w w
h If: 1ft) 15
OPERA HOUSE SLOCK.
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sit jpMi !
LSKiif m mm mm Ewnrmwm
i i . .r . k.."- . .rc- t: r-iv o xx ji7 rr twin .i;r
I :7--' !' 'i'l.e u'iM'r..l iuipresHi -i auioug otnc- rival of the steamer Hudson, from
:i ..C !ttitiV-fS i -: f i -;- nis 1 luisa' thf tiv.i.-ur d-::.rtri.M.t in that ew Orleans, it was discovered that
.. .-...-"Li': ; ! AsvU.n.,.t Tn-asurei Viu.iu v,ill be she was on fire in the hold. The ves-
. : : " -: - " 7..' ' '"' ' - ' -l:ii! 1 uMioiuU-d to anvtoefil 1 r- isiiier (Jillil- sel hus been Hooded. Sim wan loaded
Orriern Ukwn f jr WILSON IsKOS.' SIIIUTH.
bOAUL) by the DAY or WEEK.
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From this date until closed out
sell my large stock of
GOODS, TBIMMINGS, c&C,
AT FIRST COST FOR
as I must close them out. This is
a rare eLaace for bargains, as I
mean what I say. and will prove
it to you on trial. Call early and
secure choice bargains, as I do not
intend to re-stock in those lines.
Mean tin e will sell groceries at
rock bottom prices,
W. H. BAKER.
A COMPLETE LIME
J G CHAMBERS & SON.
Everything Iriid-iuade and
1ST ID C2C3-A.S.
MASON & HAMLIN"
HEXKY F. MILLER and
Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Thai-ed- CJ1 -in and see us.
Progress oi the Stur Kuute
The National Labor Union at
Wasiii ,uto., March 13. The chief
of the f .cret service div i?i:n haa been
alvi. d that tin- moat 1 ;si:oiis coun-
tt-i i it of the st:.itdard siivei tlollr
'an. Mie Pretitdent s.wi h; vviuld be
guided in the matter by th; Hei ietaiy
of the treasury.
TUB J.ABOU qUES'IlON.
The board of directors appointed by
tin; central connuittee, oa labor legisla-
tiun, organiited by the authority of the resolved to advise the board of direct
last congress of the national labor union ors at the meeting tomorrow lo de
submit to organized tralea unions and clare a dividend of one and three
apsemblics of labor of the United States fourths Der cent, navable Auril 15
a in unite to, headed with the stirring
call, -'to jour tents, O, Israel. The
nianifc-sto denounces the majority of sen
aters as lawyers, sustained by federated
capitalists, and demands an extra session
of congress, as a remedy tor impending
Htrikcs, and advises all wage workingmen
.. . i : t.-..:u r
lojom ineir uaue uuiuuj, oi auigiaiui
Labor and preecnt aa unbroken front.
THE jkanette inquiry.
Secretary Chandler stated today that
13 soot: as piacticable Bartlet. and
other survivors of the Jeanette, who
are now in St. Petersburg, will be
brought to Washington and be called
before the .leanette board to give tes-
timony in the loss of that vessel.
the star routes.
The defense continued the presenta-
tion of petitions and other papers in
the star route trial this morning. Wal-
ter Spangler, of the inspection divis-
ion of the postoffice department, de-
scribed the method pursued in making
fines and deductions for failures of
service, xne examination oi itis wir,
ness and arguments to which it gave
rise occupied the remainder of the ses
THE CABINET MEETING
The only members of the cabinet
wesent at today s meeting were oec
retaries Frelinghuysen, Teller, Chan
uler and Lincoln. Secretary Folger
was too ill to attend. The postmas
ter ireneral and attorney general are
out of the city.
In a communication to the com
missioner of the general land office
respecting the payment o purchase
money under the act of June 16,
1880, for the relief of settlers on puD-
lic lands and to provide tor the re
payment of certain fees, purchase
money and commissions paia on ioau
atries of public lands, Secretary
TpIIpi-hr.lda that wherever an entry
of land is made bv speciSc location
and wholly fails, the" scrip or war-
rants being within the control oi tne
general land office, and not in fact
satisfied, may be returned for prper
Jfcation upon the cancellation of the
trooBnrv na onflh and oa.. i u
wa-mv. --' -"II V UC
be withdrawn bv aDDlication unacr
renavment statutes, in the ooinion
- -1- j .1
of the secretary, it is clear that it
must be repaid in the manner pro
vided by those statutes, out or any
lnonev in tne treasury not otherwise
appropriated, and in cases of excess
where they tali witmn tne provisions
of repayment as excess, must also be
repaid as provided by hi, nut of
The Immoral Passion Play.
Xotes From .11n1cr0u1 Irlnce.
TDK TAS-SIUX VLW
N-.W YoK, M i h Pi. 1
ii Ihtit III- "I'.-rH .- i"i ' is
iur;U nl. 'u ! '
Wa n f '' .' i'
Au'tbir privilr virw ii . ii'HHi
UVS OVEU ANI KILLED.
WaTBBTOWW, J. Y.. March 13. !
Mr inter cuu. uiuuu.w -
Watertowu &, Ogdensburb
was run over and killed.
Younostown, March Johu
Phlllipa, while asleep, walked out of
tWti window ot tfce Unloo
house, in this city lust night, falling'
thirty-five feet. He was killed.
will it Ear UK.
Caicaoo, March 13. The creditors
oi ueorge II. laylor A lo., paper
deuUrfl, representing $2o0,000 of the
24 0,000 liabilities, this morning
agreed to accept 10 per cent. The
firm will resume.
Cinciuo, March 13. Henry Ale
house, agent for M. M. lluck & Co,,
railroad supply house, of St. Louis
was arrested here on the charge of
embezzlement of 833,000. lie is said
to have been dodging Qie officers in
Canada for soma time.
A MINISTER IMTEACMCD.
Heading, Pa., March 18. The Leba
non classes of the Reformed church of
the United States, found Rev. Alex. S.
Keiser, of Pottsvllle, guilty of unlaw
ful intimacy, breach of promise to
marry mid falsehood, and deponed him
from the christian ministry.
STEAM Kit ON KIKE.
Ntw York, March 13. On the ar-
with cotton, where the tire was traced.
The value of the cargo and vessel is
about half a million.
THE WESTERN UNION,
New Youk, March 13. The execu
tive committee of the Western Union
next. This is the largest dividend
that has ever been declared.
A tjkfraved SCOUNDREL,
Troy, March IB. Emmitt O'Neil,
0f Schenectady, banker, recently failed
and flej. jre vicltmized parties in
Schenectady and Daanesburg to the
- . . ..
extent Of not ICS3 than $350,000, haV
iag tne handling of his father's estate,
presumably wealthy, and being elected
director of the Schenectady bank. The
books show that many farmers in
Duanesburg gave him funds to invest,
ue obtained oosseasion of monpv bv
plausible representations. He gave aa
security forged mortgages. Where
further proof was asked Le even fcr.d
assignments to mortgages,- including
the COunty clerk's certificate of copy
cf record. His mother, sisters and
COusins are left penniless. Before
leaving on the midnight train O'Neil
taking a $100 greenback in his hand
went to stores asking test change. No
on could change it, and he borrowed
a few dollars of each store keeper.
went to New York where he made an
attempt to raise on forged se
curities. His wife, two daughters
and a sou ;ire still in Schenectady.
"Wiggins failed to connect here, failed
to "catch on,"s it were. March came in
us brave as a little sheep, and may it so
We are growio; some. Three busi
ness LouiCi are in crviree of construction
and two or three dwellings. -
Geo. Larerty went t Chicago Sn
As yet no one ha entered -the race for
a town office, though election approaches
Walter Cutforth will put another
BtolT to hl9 building for the uae of th
We are getting the daily; Herald by
1 carrier. We feci big now, and can sym
1 patbize with Weeping Water ana other
I small towns who have to' go to the
I - n ia generally" ui
Ueitahanqpp, J.'-,-: young clerk at
e Posl omce l""" himselt
I w . . ... a.
partner. It is getting coniaXi,ua thig
Capt. lloofsent to Qer
species of pine, which
Geo. Slander' girl hai.: made a
"mash," ud Geo. pineth. -; 1.
Mri. If. Breckenfeld has gone to Eu
rope for a summers visit to the father
land. Hans will acopmpaoy his brother
Claua, to the Loan country. We will
miss the boys, but still we wish them
S. A. ililgrim has purchased a farrh
near Hivert.m aad will move thither
A straw hat made it - appearance
Tuesday, but will probably soon be
checked by an Arctic current.
Isaiah Neeley sold or hog l:ist week
for $225. Let's go into the p rk busi
ness. He ild one a month ago for
ClHiftn'f M ivfi.-ld n t f unilv hsv
uiitvcd i:iti i!e.ir r.triii t'wn.
't5- ! I viu.l1'iV 4U!."',, MM''!"
I i.- I i;li.)i-.-r t S ivi.
n, "-l s i - ut 1 l'ii-.. . AHH.St
Notice to Physicians.
Nutire i. herebt uiv. that bii will be re-
received at the office ot tlio County Clerk, up to
noon r.f tbe 2U dar t April. 1153. tor tb med-
tval at'uuu- ana luraivu uk 01 iiieuiciues
. for county charee" nud iuuisitci of comity
1 poor Hiiiix aud Jail lor no year. The Com-
ititaMoners ierve tne rigiit 10 reject any or an
hiiU. -Kv order of County CoinmUsioneM. ...
Witneni wiy hand aud oftlctal seal, this TUl
uarrjtt. mi a.
- m a
riuttoinoiith City Markets.
I'RoVlHIONii, r lit IT, HID AC. (Ur.TAIL)
s poi led l.y M. n. Murpliy t Co.
t'lierite (i;trt Hklin)...
Clienf (full or-uin)..
SiiK.ir Curcil ll.uin..
I'liolo I'lil.'ttui S
Apple ( I ii I t'l
" i.iiiiiikii ....
xxa cl vr
14 " "
$3.0(1 60 3.MI fr tin.
U its c. '
ito c. "
(W ct. per tu.
91. ho '
7ft ct '
. ..!& la .t "
VJii, per ciu
l'lattHinoiith Telephone Kxrhange.
1 .1. 1'. Youiik. roMldifiicc.
1 liciiiicH & Lewis, titor.
j M. It. Murphy & Co., "
4 Uoiuht lnl)l".
! I 'iiuiity It's Hli,.
K. H. Lewi, residence.
7 .1. V. Week bach. tore.
8 Western I ' n ion telegraph ofltc.
l. II. W heeler, rckbleucu.
10 l. A. Cnliipliell,
1 1 K. It. U IikIiiuiii, "
' ,J:.". ;iyia.Mi. '
lti .1. W. .ll'IIIIIIIJ.",
17 W. S. Wine, iilllco.
I H Mnri'i4Mey lil'os., ofllee.
'j W. K.I 'ill ter, htore.
l''l Ii. W. 1'iiirlleli, rt'i)lU'iio.
i M. It Murphy,
22 1. II. Wheeler & Co . ollice.
?3 .1. r. Titylor. ii'HlUenee.
vi 1 list Niitiuiiul Itauk.
'.'ii .1, 1". Vouny, Htoie.
'M 1'eikins llou.iu.
W It. W. II vein. resilience.
jl .louriiiil olili-e.
:H IlK.iiAi.ortu.Co olilc.
:tfi .1. N. Wise, resiilenee.
'M . M. Chapiiiitn, "
.17 W. I. lones. "
:tH A. N. Sulliviin, "
3 U.K. rainier.
40 W. II. SchlUlkneehl, olllce.
41 Sullivan & Wnoiey,
41 A. W. McMiUKhliii. resldcucr.l
43 A. I'alter.Hon. livery.
44 M. Holmes, "
4ft L. 1. Iteniielt, residence.
4(j Urn. M. Smith, oflli.-e.
47 L. A. Moore, ilur.Mt.
4'J .1. W. Itarnes. residence.
60 It. It. LIvinuHton, fiiilee.
307 J. V. Wcckuauh, reldniice.
33.ft Chaplain Wright,
340 W. II. hchildkuecht "
sir! :eo. S Smith. '
XA) it. It. LIviiiKHtou. "
315 t:. r.nllard,
The t,vitcli buai'U connecti I'lattsinoulh with
Ashland, At iintMob. Illair. Council l:iufl, I ii
iiuiiit, Lincoln, Omaha and Klk honiStat ion.
Notiei- i h'rhy Kiveu. that thf following
wltiu'Hi fi-s have l)--n reportfil to .oiinly t.imi-lnis.slonci-,
an ri'inalniiiu in lh; haucH of W.
ShowalliT, Ulfik of thw Iiti1ct Court, uncall
ed for up to.laiiuary 1,183.
Kodiicy Amlri'ws, wIIiic-mh In lower rourt S
Kiivxr siatzler. vk.tness in lower Court. . . 1.7
lieor" Wright, witiiesl In lower court I.7u
B.i. Hoover, wiineH iv,u
,1. V. liluver, witin'.s i,uw
Walter Cutforth. witness
William Carlv-'le. witm-HS 4.W
K. W. CuiiiiliiKliain. wilncHS 3,40
Win, tlarlvsle, witnenn a,&u
l!. .Vletziier. witnesa lower court l.lo
V. Iieitrlch, w illies" in lower court 1.1
S. Clitel. v.itue-s iu lower court
K. Ket.er. inlei preter lower court 1.00
John Hon, wiiiiess in lower court 1,0
lieorc Uiiiiuiltt, wllne
M. 1J. Cutler, witness 6,lo
J. II, Allison. witnesM 0,1
Newton llowlaud. witness 'JMo
John Mae Maeken, witness 2.0
Marion Arniftronij. witness z,oo
;eoi!i" Mcluh. wiiiich, K.Uo
I. I. SiiiM'Siji. witness I. In
H. Iliant llcl-, Vitlieen !i,.
II. Weaver, witness l.'a
Wyatt IWavew, witness l.lo
W. K. Dykes, witness l.lo
Win. (Jutliinanu. witiicd l.lo
M. Sohnelhaeher, wltnesH l.lo
ferer Hate, wUiiphh
John Mo'S. w itness 7,10
If the at'ovc he not calleil for on or before l
months alter February i:lt. IKH'J. the bhiw will
he paid into t he seh. io! fund of Cass con,
Attest: .1. w. jr-A.iis1',
Watl-inouth, March C, IHH3.-HV1.
For Sale !
N K , S c.
S K , Sr-c.
T. 1 R.
T. li, R. Z.
S. AV. ,, Se.-. T. J 2, K. IS.
and X?. X. AV. Sc, Vk T. l'-, IS.
EA.S. W. Sec :A, T. 1?.,
E Lot lo, Block iis.
41 7 k 0, '
S J, 'J
r- s are
for side on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Ayjdy.to
U. R. AV'INDJIAM,
dint' l'lattpmutir, Neb.
11 LJl CKSJiil TH
HORSE SHOEING & WAGOX KEPAIEIXG.
AIIKinSi of rarmmpleieits Mended will
Netnes nJ Dispatch.
In short, well shoe anything t! stort
four feet, from a Zebra to a vJn.e.
Come and see us.
n Filth St. between Ujtln as4 Vine Street,
vat across ie eoroer truia tba yiw UJkUALH ,
vrrivc. - fj
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same cow Iuntae4
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