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L'LATT.SMOl TIJ. XK15UASKA, THURSDAY, MAHCII 15. 18S:i.
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c V.': r7. b.p
BENNETT & LEWIS,
the lemim mmm
mb hi m ii aw vi
Come to the front with
z-iiime ana fancy Groceries
'Ui:si A.l) NICK.
V. .-i1 ays buy II,. best goods in tkc maifc !. and guarantee . -t uhintf
' "' ! agents in llii. town fur tin- sale of
AM Til K rui.tUK A'I'KD
' B ATA VIA" CANNED GOODS
V't!l"';: ::"''r in th iiuirkK. TJaU'ri "Tigd" brand of IhtUihnue Oyster
:;:-. on haii'l. Come and see: us. We will inake you glad.
E DAYLIGHT ST
: uil ILiaic GJeiicral Merchandise,
u'ull JLisie General Merchandise,
Always on Maud,
Always on Hand.
iSottom Prices for Cash.
JBottom Prices for Cash
SEPH V. WECKBACH.
The 1'i.A TTSMOUTII HERALD
In every department.
(Catalogues and Pamphlet Work,
In every department. ;
.-.loci: of Blank Papers and materials is Large and complete in
quality and assortment.
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED.
Piattsmouth Herald Pub, Co
I NU W Tl III ' 1 "i
e1 'VT-Iardwaret Stoves
- ll'HIlt. Wlfl .j 7
u:'--'ivU- and most complete assortment
. ; "s ' , : , ?v doors west of Carruths.
sm sa, h a sm
a cw.-.!!k utoek of
PUULISHING COMPANY has
HkJBHU M I .
AX FOR SALE Bi
in the city. In the 1IOCKWOOD
Call and see cs.
V-----?-A v - - - - ' -
opera house block.
-; : ; ''-
iK-ii i The citizens' comnatteo, wh.
f-1 .rtr-. ..-i-Al!,-.;. -C-1 forts to break ui the alliance be
S . t-rAi:-; r. .'hJ??- .-"; -v ' u- . ' . V--f thieves ami tletectives in tin
' !; SSlV:tf":? ; hav ,(C,e utl', ,net with 8. In,lc
- - " " " ' ?;4&&f:-OA?k.r-u ' iZtrj2rtt&? : i cets, ni(oited a resolution i
la!.a for '.VII.i-.N M:-:.' si
W 1 sl
liOAKI Dy the DAY or V.TMIK.
rom this date until closed out
sell my large stock of
DHsss goods, Tmi&ooisras, c&C,
AT FIRST COST FOR.
a rare chance
mean what' 13
it to you on svsat.
secure choice bara'ains, as I do not
intend to re-rocK
rock bottom prices,
A COMPLETE L1WE
"G. CHAMBERS; SON
Everything band-iuq(XT'r?ntcxlv C"in and see ub. '
station ;:::y. notions.
MA.SOX & IIAMLTX
HKXKY F. M1M.EK ami
P . Meas at AH Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
HATS & CAP
O ILT JLs "T I
f. t V.'
is . 1
and will nrov
asi early am
I Indisposition of the President.
A It Ik Law .Suit. i:tc., i:tc.
FUENCH S OPINION.
Washington, March 11. Acting
secretary of the treasury French
says he does not thiukthe present
Hstut ol the public trftuiry would
justi.v t'i jinticipattoTi o! culled
! bonds U:h will mature Mav 1st. He
saitl li'i would not issue another boid
call unless specially dir.vte.l iy Sec
re tr.rv Folger.
mending an entire reorganization of
the pwlice force of the district. The
resolution was sent to the district
Te the president is still some
what indisposed lie is attending to
his ollicial duties a3 usual.-' He re
ceived quite a number of visitors to
day. Arrangements for his proposed
trip to Fortress Monroe have not yet
been completed. It is thought that
the President will leave for Fortress
Monroe some time this week.
A IlIU SUIT.
The case of Win. C. Walsh, com
missioner of the general land, office
of Texas, against Wm. Preston, ar
gument in which was concluded in
ihe supreme court of the United
States today, is a suit which involves
the title to nearly 3,000 scpiarc miles
of land within the limits of what is
known as America's colony, situated
in Texa3 between the present city of
Dallas and the lndian territorj', along
th headwaters of the Red river.
Piersoii, appellee, represents a joint
stock company known as the Texas
association, and claims the lands in
eontrovcrsyunder contract n:ade jn
1S11 between the republic of Texas
and one Fenton Mercer, and he seeks
to retain the commission frm issu.-.
ing certificates lor these lands as if
they were part of the public domain,
and thus invading the vested rights
and clouding the title of the Texas
association. The land commissioner,
on the other hand, maintains that he
is acting in the line of his rightful
official p.j;vets for ilw reason that
the lands have been annexed by com
petent authority to lb. public do
main, anil are, therefore, under its
exclusive jurisdiction and control.
He appeals from the decision of the
court below. One ot the grounds
for appeal is that the colonization
contract of 1811 was void for uncou
stutionality and for fraud on the
part of the president, Sam Houston,
in making it.
THE 'OTHER SIDE.
More American Hog.
(General Forclgti cv-.
buady's coxfessiox. . -"Doiblin,
March 11. It, -is stated
that Joe Brady, conspiracy . prisoner,
has confessed that he murdered Lord
Cavendish and Burke.
Loxdox, March 11. Three thousand
weavers iu IludJerfield district have
struck, owinf to a disagreement with
masters regarding wages.
reduction or railway i:ates.
Calcutta, March 11. It is intend
ed to reduce railway rales to enable
growers' ot wheat in India to compete
on more equal terms with American
Havre, Mnrcli 11. The evidence
against John Walsh is insu.Ticicnt to
to warrant his extradition. Walsh
will likely accompany Byrne aud wife
to America on Saturday.
THE DEAD TRIXCE.
St. Petersburg, March 11. The
intestines of Prince Gorschakofl have
been sent to Freiberg to be analyzed.
The Prince died at the villa of his
German mistress, with whom he he
came acquainted duruig the sitting of
the Berlin congress.
THE IRISH O.UESTIOX.
London, March 11. A meeting of
the Irish, Scotch and English members
of parliament was held yesterday, at
which it was decided to form a politi
cal committee with the view to inquir
ing into public opinion iu regard to
Irish reforms. The committee is quite
an impartial one. No Parnellites are
connected with it.
AMERICAN UOO LAW.
Berlin, March 11. Bismarck has
written to the bunkesrath recommend
ing, to prevent evasion of the law. that
rvntv nrlmitted 10
to the country ou orrosted proof that
they are not Jrom America. The de
cree prohibiting the importation of
American hog products, include tides
bacon and sausage. The decree goei
into force a month after it promul
gation. The assent of the ieichstag is
not requisite. The semi-official press
reports that tue measure is purely a
sanitary one. Liberals denounce It as
protective in its character.
TJUS AND THAT.
Princes, Train Bobbers and
THE NAIL MANUFACTURERS.
PiTTsiiLiui, March 14. The west
rn nail ;i4ottition met iu regular
monthly session to-day, and re-aftirm-
ed the card rates, and also decided to
resume the operations of factories
next Monday, and after running three
weeks close down again for ' three
Philadelphia, March 11 It is
ascertained thA Dr. Bentlock, of this
city, acting as agent of Prince Bis
marck, is negotiating for the purchase
of several million acres in Mexico for
a settlement of German emigrants.
The land selected! said to be rich in
ores and plants.
Chicauo. March 14. Iast 'ium,
preliminary balk line tournament;
Morris, 500 ; Wallace, 17;. Fifty-three
innings. Best tubs: Wallace, 31;
Morris, 07. The result of the tourna
ment is that Wallace and Morris take
part in the big tournament, beginning-
March 24. Morris wins the first
prize, Wallace the second, Gallagher
CLARENCE HITE DEAD.
Louisville, March 14. About a
week ago Gov. Crittenden pardoned
from the Missouri penitentiary Cla
rence Hite, of Logan, who was sen
tei:cedato twity-five years' imprison
ment as one of the Jessie James gang,
he having pleaded guilty. He spent
twc-Lhirds of the time in the hospita1.
Hite was taken home to Logan county
last Thursday and died the following
TUK prince ok wales.
Louisville. Ky., March 11. Some
time ago the managers of the Louis
ville southern cotton exposition, hear
ing that i tie Prince of Wales wa9 in
tending to visit America, extended
him as invitation to attend the expos
ition. A rejply from the Prince's sec
retary was received to-day, dated Be r
liu. February ' 27, stating that the
prince had no intention to visit Amer
ica during the present year, and thank
ing the managers for their invitation.
THE TKAIX liOlSBKRH.
Little Bock, March 11. McDonald,
one of the six who stopped the Fort
Smith train a week ago, murdered the
conductor and wounded a brakeman, wr.s
jailed at Van Buren today. He offered
to conduct the officers where they were
to rendezvo$ if he would be admitted
as state's evidence. Superintendent
II art in an declines to do this, believing
that there is evidence enough already to
hang McDonald. The others arc sur
rounded rod bloodhounds arc on the
scent for y?r retreat. A reward 5 mi
their heads c
r - -
upi;lying theTicrprw .rlJn the open
board, and the wircsYbnucctiDg rt with
the regular board wire cut. This was a
surprise, as it was the understanding of
the open Tjoard pople that they would
not be molested, not having joined the
bucket shop in the legal tigat. It i
said tlie open board will be enabled Jo
continue business by ia-tting quotations
of Chicago markets from Milwaukee.
X THK WAK PATH.
St. Louis, March 14. Advices from
the Creek Indian uatiou say that Sleep
ing Rabbit, one ot the principle leaders
of the Spieche faction, who wa arrested
some days ago by Gen. Porter, com
mander of the Chtfote party was killed
at Okmulki-u last week whlie attempt
ing to escAjie. Two other leader of the
same faction have also been killed.
These murders, a they are cu.le i, are
said to hate arou-ed Soiechei ieu to
renewed a.-thm. and 230of them are re
ported to bo marching on to Okmulkee
for the purpose of bringing about a
fight. General Porter with 230 men has
gone out to meet the advancing party,
and a conflict ia expected.
Chicago, March 13, Special.
Mareb. lovj. Slay, lU'.i.
But incomplete markets received today which
show an upward tendency and an advance ol
one cent on May corn and May wheat over yes
(erday's quotations, Tha advance 1 as great
M tas occurred any day during tbe last two
l'lattmonUi City Markets.
1-KOVl-lvNH, KHCIT, HID AC. (AkTAIL)
K.-poiteil hy M. n. Murphy A Co.
I'liopnr-il Kfeil .
(irahaui Flour. .
tJ.CMXa ( M)icrct.
H.' C "
2Vtb ct prr
14 " "
. I'i.oo t i.u per do.
w e. "
ititbn ct. prr bu.
75 CtH "
....1.23 !. " .
:c per nl
Ctieese t xkliu)
Clieete (lull fieu
Hugar Cun-il llama.
Hweet ... .
Hwert C'11t ,
" Cumiiioii ...
riattHiitoiith Telephone Exchange.
J. I'. Viiiiiik, renldeucfl.
H-ii uclt &. Lewis, store.
M. IS. Murpliy 6i Co..
boniK r M allies.
tiounty t:iii'k'M odlce.
K. II. l.i-wix. rfsldeoce.
.1. V. Week liacli, store.
Wcsiei ii l.'iilon Telegraph onicf.
1. II. Wliecler. resldrnce.
I. A. ( iinii.liHl, "
K. II. U luiliiaiu, "
Jro. Wayiiiiiii, "
J. W. Ji lllllllL'S.
W. s. V. h-. uhirw.
Mori isry l!ros ofllcr.
W It. Caller, Hr.
(i. V. I airlleld, rekldeucr.
M. II Murphy.
I. II. Wheeler & Co . ftjc.
.1. J'. Taylor, residence.
First National Rank.
J. I. Yoiiiiu, ntore;
K. V. llv-TM, reHldeuee.
Hkii a i d 1'l ii. Co ofllce.
J. N. WWe. residence.
36 H. M. ( 'liamau, "
a7 W. ). lones.
3H A. N. Sullivan, "
3! II. IC i'almer, "
40 W. II. Xclilldknecht, oIBce.
41 Sullivan &. Woosey,
42 A. W. iMeutusliIin, residence.
43 A. I'aiieisoii. livery.
44 C M. lloliii(!M, "
4 L. 1. l:ennett, residence.
4i (Jen. S. Smith, otliue.
47 1 A. .TiiMii'u, Hor sl.
49 J, V. li.trnes. i-Mldcnce.
on R. It. LiviiiKnton, oOlce,
307 J. V. Weekhacli, residence.
835 Chaidiiln Wright.
340 Yf. II. helilidknevbt "
340 leo. s .smith, "
iM It. Ii, l.ivlriKHton. "
aj. C. V. Ilallanl,
The switch hoard connects l'lattsinouth wrltu
Ashland. Ai liuzii-n. Ulalr. Council UlulTs. Fie-
JjaontLihi iiuaha uiid ElXboruStatlon.
Proposals for Military Sup
H K A li' A KTICICS DKf'T OF THK PLATTK,
i 'iiief vuailennaster's urflce,
Omaha, Nkii., March 7th. 1S83.
Skii.kii i itoi oHAi.M, In triplieate. subject t"
the the n-iii:.l eoiulitious, will . be received at
this ofllce until 12 o'clock on Wednesday,
April l. 1 m or at the name hour (alio win ft lor
tbe dinereii'-e in time.) ut the oUlces ol tbe
Quartermaster at the following named stations
at which pl:a:es and time they will be opeued
In the ini i,(T of bidders, for the funilsbtuf
tmt deli vert of Military . Hupplles during - tbo
5 ear ciihi. nclii .luly 1st, 1K83, and sliding
utiesoth, "Ht, as follows : Wood. Hay and.
Charcoal, or kucIi of said supplies as may bn
required at Omaha Dept, Fort Omaha, Fort
Niobrara. Fort Sidney. Cheyenne Oepot, Fort
Kussell. Fort Steele, tort UouRlas. Fort Robin
son, Fort Jtriditer, Fort Iiranile, Fort McKln
ney. Fort Washakie, and Fort .Thornburjfb,
and for the delivery at Fort Thornburgn of .u,wi
touH of Coal of 2240 pounds to the ton.
FroposaW will also be received at this office
up to the l;iy and hour above named, for tbe
delivery on the cars at the point nearest to tbe
.mines or the Hue of tbe Union Facllle Railway,
ot eight thousand tons of Coal,, of llVt pounds
to tbe ton. ' Also for delivery at Omaha Iepot,
or at ataiioiiH on the main line of the Colon l'a
rifle ltaii way east from Kearney Junction, of
two million pounds Corn, and one million
pounds ati. I'.ids for train- should state tbe
rate per loo lbs, not per bushel.
l'ropoxals for either class of the stores men
tioned. u lor quantities less thau the whole
require.! will lo received. F.ach proposal
ithould be in triplicate, SKI'AUATK KiK SACK
AKTII l.K AT KACll STATION , ad IllUSt b aC-
coiitpanied v a bond in the sum of live hund
red dollars (.Vki executed strictly in accord
ance with t lie jiriuted InMtructlons, aud upon
the blank form luruUhed under this advertUe
ment, Kiai anleeiD that the party making the
proposal shall not withdraw tbe same within
sixty dvs from the date announced for open
ing them; and aupplles bid for, awarded
thereunder, he will, within ten days after be
ing notified of the uwArri. (provided such noti
fication be made within tbe sixty days above
mentioned,) accept tbe same and furnish food
and suRlcicutsureties. at once, for tbe faithful
performance of the contract. The Government
reserves the right to reject any or all propo
sals. A preference will be fciven to articles ot
Blank proposals and printed circulars, stat
ing the kind, ana estimated quantities of
Wood, Hay and Charcoal required at each sta
tion, and eivinr full instructions as to tbe
manner of iiiddinic, conditions to be observed
by bidders and terms of contract, etc.. will be
furnished on application to this ofhes or to tbe
Quartet ma.-ters at tbe various stations named.
Knvelopc-t containing proposals should b
marked :" Proposals for at ."
and addressed to the undersigned or to the re
spective i'ot and Iepot Quartermasters.
JOHN V. FL'ltKY. Captain.
A. Q. M . IT. H. A., la charge of C. Q. M's of
fice. Ijep't. of tbe Flatte. i2U
V.vfice i herehv clven. that the Collo
witueHs fees have been reported to County Coin--
niissionf I-, a remaining in tue nauas oi '
HhowMlter. lerk of the Uistrict wiurt, uat'
ed for up to January J.1WO. ,
Kixlney An Jrews, witness In lower Court
VMfMt t :it 7ler. witness in lower Court...
a Wfi.riir wit ria In Inwrr cuuvt.... I.'
V . . r. ... 1 ' . - r, t a '
B.fi. Hoover, wituess ;
J. V. IJluver, witness. ..i... .
Walter 'i:!fortJi. witness." -.J
William ;.i!y!e. wltnens
R. W. t iii.!'.i;ii;ham. Witness S.
Wiii,t:!iMie. witness -j."
;. Mct2ui-r. witness lower com t
V. Hcitri'-n. wi:nes iu lower court 'u
H. ;itu I. itur'S in lower court .1 -
F. Fetcr. interpreter lower court ia
John iSoi'-. witness in lower court .w
;eorue 1 i.niiuili, witness
M. 15. Cn!. r. lines J.W
tl. Atli-ou. w uness ; '.s
Se;ui; i:..Aluiid, witness -.ou
.John M V Maciieu. witness..-. .. a.ve
Marion Aiiiiftroii. witness u
ieorge -Me-us. witness ."0
I. Ii. siiit-or.. witness....,... ... l.lu
1. Hratitnor, witnes 2.2f
. H. weaver, witness l.hj
Wyatt (rave-, witness i.i
W. F. I)v:;es, witness.... ... M
Wm. (Jutl nann, witness lJa
M. Schnelvacher, witness 1,1
Peter Hate-. witness ' ,
fohn Mos. witness.... 1,19
if the above be not called for on or before sit . .
..mitLs after February 2lst. 18XJ. the same will
be paid into the school fund of Cass county.
Attest : J. W. JKNNINCid.
l ounty ciera.
Plattetnouth, Mrrch 0. 18 S3, 812.
Notice to Teachers. -
I will be at my office In Piattsmouth the first
Vririuv-;mil Sntllrilav. unit ut tlminiul lh
second and fourth Friday and Saturday, and at X j
Weeplni! VN ater Abe third haturdav of eacw
ilrd Saturday of farii-
mouth to attend to any school business r
mav be tilesantea ttz Ci kt'j AUfv
Notice to Physicians. s
Notice Is herehv given that bids wllj be f
received at the office of the Couuty Clerk, v
Soon of the 2d day of April, lftia, for tbe '
leal attendance and lunOshmg of ue
for county charges and inmates of
Poor Hotieo and Jail for re year. T
taissioaets reserve the rf it to reject '
bid, r.y order of Count, ComniU "
. Witnrs pty toaM ad pkV-l , i
Aavef MiircU.Ji . i.
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