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I'L.YTrSMOlTTII, XEBUASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH xG, 183.
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It-re ti tli.trw
BENNETT & LEWIS,
THE LEADING GROCERS!
Come to tlie trout
Staple and Fancy Groceries
KIlKSir A Nil XICK.
U'. alv..i.s buy II..- l-st goods in th market, ;aud guarantei-w-
si II V. an. a-iiU in thi , town for th- sahr of
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market,
alwajs on han. . Come ami
Full Line GJciicral Merchandise.
Full Line General Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
The l'L.ATT.SMOUTH IIEKALD
Catalogues and Pamphlet ffork,
In eveiy department.
Oar .Stock of Blank Papers and materials is Large and complete in
quality and assortment.
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED.
Plattsmouth Herald Pub. Co
- DEALERS rx
Hardware, Stoves .and Tinware!
Jil.OOK'nr and most complete assortment in the city. In the
floors west of Carruths. Call and see us.
with .t complete clock i.l
v i vthwig
Haifa "Tigei" Lrund of J.,Jt iilU,rt
us. We - i 1 1 make you glad.
l'UIlLISIIIXC COMPANY has
AX FOR SALE B
i MJ 'r-- y-1.-. 'V'-.O'' Vg-'-'.'-'.ya. ,-f??--c--.v--c HrerTAeV'
r.OAl:r lv t'uo DA V or Vv'K
From this date
LJ L! a s -3 si is M
Pi if i 111 USE
sell my larjre stock of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS,
O 3 U
as ji iuust
it to you OS
iiiteiid to re-aoek n tnosc iines
Mean time- will,
rock ' hottom prices,
W. H. BAKEE.
r nn a
J. G; GHAIBERS & SON.
v Everything lumd-inatle aiul.warrantfetl. CalLiri juM see us.
N EXTDaQR W EST , TO THE LE -FIRE.
MASON' lV IIAMLIX
IIKNIiY V. MIL!.!:!: ;iii(l
PK NTH Ah
V?a llNJlrlUilrill 1.
p 7 AH Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
liatil closed out
0 IJ" 31a 2
wit. rFJais is
a2sd -will prove
Call early and
bargain, as I do not
sell groceries at
' A;' . t ' ' -i
A Successful Burglary.
Special to the Hkhaik.
Weepino Wateii, M;irch 16. Two
safes were Mown ojini here, last night,
supposed to hav hcen down by a small
man about five feet three inchoa in
height. He had with him a small,
black crip. Th man was a discharged
brakemar. on theM. 1. rail roai. The
safe ws Webatei's, the jeweler. Two
huiitlitd and seventy-live dollars in
money and live hundred dollars wortk
of watches and jewelry were taken.
Till POT AGE.
The Chicago Herald out o
t()LLIXTIO' OF 1MTB-
St. Joseph, Mo. March 15. In the
shooting contest between Bogardus and
Carrer today the former 'scored 63 and
the latter 92. Bogardus is sick.
Iowa City, March 15. The tourtk
ward school building, the finest public
school edifice in Iowa City, accidentally
burned this morning. Los?, $4,000, no
THE MISSISSIPPI COMMISSION.
Caiuo, 111., March 15. The Mississip
pi river commission leaves here in the
morning on the steamer Mississippi.
Thc- will do nothing here.
&TKAMKKS C OIXIDfc. -
EvAxaviLLE, Ind., March 15. Last
night the steamer En quirer, going up",
collided with the Dora CabUr, coming
down. The latter sunk. The Enquir
er's deck caught fire ttud burned to the
water's edge. All on board escaped.
RHODE ISLAND REPCBLICAXB.
Peovtdexck, March 15. The republi
can state convention met today. Augast
O. Bowen, ot Bristol, was nominated for
governor by bcc" nax -. "Oscar J.
Rath burn, of Woonsocket, was nomina--ted
for lieutenant governor. '
Mkmpuis, March 15. The rirer has
fallen rive inches in the last twenty four
hour9. Total decline, twenty-two in
ches. The fall will be more rapid now.
Two more feet decline' will put the river
in its banks, and farming operations will
be actively engaged in. The outlook for
a good planting season is cheering.
TUB ELLIOTT. BENEFIT.
New York, March 15, Five hundred
people were at the boxing benefit for El
liott's mother. Harry Hill sent $50, Sul
livan $100. Mack Murphy, pedestrian,
in the first round knocked Ned Fox
against the wall.- In the second he
knocked Fox out. Ten minutes before
Fox revived Murphy left the hall iu a
PROVING AN ALIBI.
St. Joseph,' Mo. March, 15. In the
trial oC.Enos Crow trier, in the bond rob
bery case, the defense consumed the day
in" proving the good character of the ac
cused and proving an alibi. Cr.owther
on the stand denied- every alligation
made by the prosecution. - His wife said
that the night of the robbery Crowther
wan home urg'it.
li he:. triTa.
Chicago, March 15.--In the libel suit
of J. .. Clcary, editor of the Saturday
Mail Car, of Des Moiues, against the
Chicago HeruM company, tried before
Judge Roger: yesterday, the jury this
rnorniug brought in a verdict for the
plaintiff for $4, 500. CIcary suexl for
$25,000 for a libelous publication made
April 2Gth, charging immorality.- Two
more libel suits are pending agaiust the
THE REFORM K'UOOL..
Kearney, Neb. March 16. Ilonora
bles A. G. Kendall, E. P. Roggeu, lD.
Sturdevaut and Isaac Powers, members
of the board of public lands anf build
ings, visited the the reform school today.
They seem well pleased with its manage
ment. The principle object of the visit
was to select a site lor the new building.
They expect to have the main building
inclosed lefore next winter.
IXNO FELL.OW'8 BfST.
Boston, Mass. March 15. The Long
fellow memorial association has a letter
from Bennock, London, saying that all
the preliminaries for placing the bust of
Longfellow ' in Westminster Abley are
arranged. Sufficient capital being sub
scribed a sculptor was engaged and the
position for the bust selected. The lat
ter is- a column -standing between the
memorial niche of Chaucer tod an in-
L . .. -UT -
dependent bu.-t of Drydeu. The. bust
will occupy a central fuMliin iu the
A MURDKURK SCICIDKS.
St. Iins, March 15. II. K.Crocker, a
notorious horse thief, sutcutcd iu (iran-
bury, Texas, jail a few 'duys ago, and
left a writcn statement that he was born
well connected, in (ieorgiu; had been in
in Texas, since 1873; had killed three
men, and one woman during his lifetime,
and regretted that he could not kill two
more men, who had injured him, and
that being without money or. friends he
preferred hath to life in prison. He
asked tktkt his body be thrown in the
river and that no word of his miserable
end Hhonld bo sent to his relatives.
OV Ell' THE H AY.
Explosion and Destruction
London, March 15. Oxford won
the boat race by a length.',
DEFALCATION AND SUICIDE.
.St. Petehsruro;" Marcii 15. The
defalcations of Makoff, president of
the society of Russian Jews, and who
committed suicide, ataount- to 11,000,-
Dublin, March 15. The Catholic
clergy of the diocese o : Swineford,
county Mavo, passed a resolution in
which they .charge tho 'government
with neglecting the distressed people,
and condemn the remedies ' offered
workhouse or emigration. '
WAS GOUTCIIAKorr POISONED?
Baden Baden, March 1.5. The fu
neral of the late Prince Viortchakoff
took place yesterday from the Russian
chapel here. The physicians who at
tended Prince Gortchakoff-said there
were grounds for suspecting that he
had been poisoned. The evidence of
the prince's mistress and his valet
confirms the suspiciou. fit hi will,
made on his deathbed, the prince re
quests that the authorities suppress
any inquiry as to whether he had been
London, March 15, A terrific gas
explosion occurred in the local govern
ment board's offices at Westminster, at
9 o'clock tonight, destroying much
property. The report was heard iu
commons and caused alarm. The con
cussion was so great that it shook the
side galleries and reporter' gallery. It
being the dkiner hour, few members
of the house were in the hall. The
Duke of Edinburgh was in the peers'
gallery and seemad alarmed The
speaker rang his bell and asked the
cause of the alarm. The ".wildest ru
mors are afloat. The report resembled
the discharge of an eighty.ton gon.
Later It is beliijved that i.he explo
sion was caused by dynanute, and was
a deliberate attempt to blow
government offices. .
A United States ; Treasurer
Tlie Cotton Crops, Kansas
Lands, Art Competition, .
' ' :'-.'
5 AN OVERPAID KEPREiaXT ATI VE.
Wasiiingtox, ' March ; 15. Ex-Representative
Flower, of v New York,
returned to the treasury $458.50, the
amount over paid him On account or
salary and mileage a me in her of the
forty-seventh congress.A. , . ... ; .
appoisthK' " '
The Prideiit today appointed A.
Wyman, assistant treasurer of the
United States, to .bo treasurer, vice
James Giliillan ; resigired; to l;ik'e effect
the 1st prox. Wyman was almost
OTerwhelm'ed with congratulations
SELECTION OF ASSISTANT. -
The selection of assistant treasurer,
which otlice will be made vacant by
the promotion of Wvraan, vill depend
entirely upon the wishes of the new
treasurer. It -is pretty well settled
that the appointment will be ma le
from the treasury office
THE COTTWX CROP.
Returns to tlie department of agri
culture of cotton sent to market from
plantations make an aggregate of
5,900,000 bales gone forward to March
1st. This is about 8o per .cent of
the crops, as reported by the Jast re
turns of products. - - " -
" WANTS COMPETITORS. ! "
The department of state has been
informed that the Italian government
desires' to invite artists ofU nations
to compete in furnishing designs for
the national monument. to bo erected
at Homo in honor tf the king, Victor
Emanuel. Plans may be sent In from
November 15th to December l&th
ly-C. Tho royal commission will de
cide upon tin) denlgn, and the success
ful aitlst will ba entitled to receive
50,000 fn'mc ' ni a prire, and Oo.oOO
francs additional to be divided by tho
coimui-.Mon among the most merito
. KANSAS LANDS.
Kx-fJoveriior Crawford, resident
aeut of the state of Kansas, today
filed at tho inteiior department a
brief report of the position by the
state authorities on sundry long peml
iug questions iu regard to the Atchl
sou, Lopeka.iVuiiia l e railroad laud
grant, and tho caso will probably. come
before the secretary for oral argument
at an early day. The brief urgues that
tin- adjustment of the grant under
tho supremo court decision in 1875
Concerning it, would give tho state
the title to sO.OOO acrl-s of land allow
ed to have been illegally certified to
the railroad company, and that In any
event the sUte is entitled to some
iiO.000 acres held by the railroad.
Chicago, !uch 1C, Special.
All tlx: market o1tuln:i?I today, hLow an
Increase in wheat over yesterJav's quotations
of onvrent, while corn leiu.-tiu unchanged.
riattmnoiitli City Markets
I'KOVIKIO.NH, I-UU1T, KKKI ii'. (ICKTAII.)
i:. k,i l 1 ly M. i:. Miui.hy i Co.
. f3..ViT 4 f.o perct.
Li.V(f ets per
.' " '
?..ui '' 3..r.o jierilo.
U! 2i c.
VAi M et. er till.
7.1 rt "
. ..l.'.T. il SI.MI "
liJC J IIUI
ir:iiiam l lour
'heese (part kkiiii t. .
:hcee (full tri-auu-
Sugar Cureil JlaniH..
'Iioice J'ulattieM... ..
I Olllllioll . . .
riattsuioiith Telephone KACliflne.
1 .1. P. Youhk, resilience.
2 lien net t & Lewis, store.
3 M. V.. Murphy & Co.. "
4 Loiiner St allies. , .. . .
& County Clerk's offlee. '
C K. Ii. Lewis, residence.
7 .1. V. Weetthaeh. store. " '
. Western l.'nion 'I t'li.'i.-iph iiHiee.
t 1. II. W li'-ijli-r. le-ilnee.
'lit l. A. Cainpliidl. "
1 1 K. V: V tiidliatu,
l.'i . I .-(. Waytiian.
IS .1. W. .Ii iinini;s. , f ..
17 W. K. Wice; ,T:ice.
1H .Morrisev Jiros,, ofTlre,
1 W, li. 'alter, "tore.
20 C. W. Fairileld, rijsideoee.
21 M. K' Murphy,
"Zl 1. II. Wlic'lrrftCn . of'rw.
' .1. 1. Taj lor. resiileiiir. ......
ii l irst National I'.an.'w - '
'H .1. I'. Youny, ktore. .
2 Perkins Jloiiso; '
2'J It. W. 11 v'l'l,.J.'eideiy';,
SI .lournal olTlee.
4 . liF.KALn I'L'U. CO. OfUCM.
Li? .I.N. Wise, resident.!. -
a5 S. M. Chapman, "
:;7 W. l. Jones,
A. N. Kullivari, "
3J 11. K. Palmer, "
4i W. H. Hcliiidkni'cht, otiloe.
41 Sullivan & Wooiey,
42 A. W. Mci.auh!:u. resiiluu' J -. .
43 A. Patterson, livi-ry. "
4t C, M. Ilolmi-s. "
45 L. U. I5ennett,resldeiee.
4fi Ceo. 4. Hmith, olliee.
47 L. A. Moore, florist.
49 .1, W. Uarnes. renideni.-'". ' ' '
60 li. H. Livingston, oince,
3D' J. V. Weckiiach, reidiite.
335 Chaplain Wright.
M0 W. H. hehildknecht "
246 Ceo. S. hmith, "
3-V) li. It. LiviiiKNtoIi.
315 C. C. Uallard,. s.
The gwitch hoard eoiiDeetfi Plattsmouth with
Ashland. Arlington, Blair. Council ttliift, Fre
mont, Lincoln, Omaha, arid KlkhomMalion.
Notk-e in hereby given, that thu following
witni'Ki fees have l.een reported to County Com
missioner, a reuiainiiiK in tha hands ol W. C.
bhowjilter. :ierk of the District Court, uncall
ed, lor up to. January l.lvjn.
Kodney Andrews, witnessiin lower Court $ IJM
Kd'ar Statzler. w.tness in lower Court.. . 1.70
George Wright, witneM in lower court.... 1.79
P.. C. Hoover, witness 10,0
J. V. Clever. witnes
Walter Cutiorth. witucus
William Car1y!e, witnes
I. W. Cunningham, witness
Wni, Carlysle, wtiifh
C. letzr, witneH lower eourl
h'. Ueitiifh, witnt-s- In lower court....
S. Cittel. witness In lower court
t'. Fetzcr, interprettr lower court .
John i;on, witness in lower ctiurt
Ceoriie HuiiiiilU. h iluenii. ... . .. ,
-M. It. Cutler, witn s
J. H. AHtson, witues . .
Newton Ihiul. ind, v.ltuess
.loliti Mac.Marken, witness
.Mxrittu Ai iiiftroa:. witness
Ceorye'jkl ;.", w jtne f..
.1. 1. iii4un: witness ,
S. Jtratittifi". witties
C. 11. WtfaTT-r, witue".
V'att Cr:'.v-, ui'ness
W'. : Uykes, witness .:.:...
Win. Ciitliiiiaiin, wilnes ...
M. Selmelliaelier. sr 1 1 ries . '.
Peter ISute. wit ne. .
John'.Mos. viitnes. .f . ..'
..If tln a v,e l.e not culled or on or heforftl
moiitj. sailor Februai) "lat, 143, the aiue vijll
ho paid Into the vcJiimj! fund of Can eoiiDty.
Attest : J. W. JKNNINC.S.
PlatMnonth. March 6. 1JH3. 6t2-
Notice to Teachers.
I ill he at my olliro in Plattomouth the firnt
Friday and h'aturday, and at Kim wood the
second and fourth' Friday aud Saturday, and at
Weeping Water the third Saturday of eiich
month to attend to any school iUHinits that
may he prestntea. its . Cviiuh altok,
Notice to Physicians.
Notit e is Lerehv clven that bids will be re- '
rcceiveil :it tlie nt'li-e tI the Count v Cleik, up itt ,.
noon of the d day of April, 11, for th nied , .
leal siticndar.ee and f urittidung of metlirrtir .
for county charire and inm:ite !f count !-'
Poor Houe and Jail for one vear. lh 4!oiu-' - i
niissioiieix rectrve the rllit To reject ucyi aH ' V 'J f
Din. i;y nier oi touruy oinmisAioDrrx. .
Witne-"' my hand and ottn'lal eal, tliii;tn
day of M.irch. 1W3 - - ' ,i. v. Jkukikh.
w5ltd .. - Cwunty CU-sk..
t4 4 vv. -
at .. tmlelc.sti '..'