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l-LATTSMOl'TII. XKHUASKA, SATURDAY, MAKCH 17, 1883.
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ft if fi-:i.i vi:iii-:'
aic covr inrrt-
5F li ;j
Come to the front with
Siaple and Fancy Groceries
- ritKsir AND NICE.
;iir. . -t !;iiy the l.c.st -ocds in the m.-ukut, ami guunintue evTvthii.g
If -.'V a-i nt.s in this town for tin sale of
IMiFl'.CTION" f.jtOUX.) SPICES,
AND Ti'.li CF.LKBKATKD
" BATA VIA" CANNED GOODS,
.Vth:ii-iint-r it. the; market, l'lalt' "TiKer" brand of JUllhuure Oyster
;! .. ! . ! Cipiiii: hihI .sen u.s. We -will make you lad.
E DAYLIGHT STORE!
Line General Merchandise.
l?n lAno General Merchandise.
Always on Maud,
Always on ISand.
ISoMom Prices for Cash,
ilottom Prices for Cash
JOSEPH V. WECKBACH.
Th- ri.ATTSMOlTTH HKKAL1)
In every department.
In eveiy dejiartinent.
f Mir Slock of UJank Papers and materials is Large and complete in
quality and assortment. -
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED.
mouth Herald Pub. Co
DEALERS . IN
Hardware, Stoves .and Tinware.
Tlie L-t and most complete assortment in tbe city. In tbe ROCK WOOD
J I LOCK, two doors west of Carruths. Caxl Asrp SJE vs.
BE3 ' frA M
a complete a tuck ot
PUBMSIIIXU COMPANY has
AX FOR SALE B
.1111 i-K. JU
:- 1 .:... , ; .,., .' .!!':,...
E is 1 y? I
t- Gi-frrs' FORMSIIERS.
a Ira M . .., ,
J F liipptr News Depot,
W 3 fe3 El Cj vk&aais as ktatsoxkj: v. notions.
GA1NJ'DI33 fxXTXD CIGArtG.
V-VA h Ell
BOAKI by the PAY or WEEK.
From this date until closed out
sell my large stock of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & GAPS,
as 1 must esose
a -rare chance
2 ? ? s
mean what 1 sav
it to you on trial.
secure choice baratii,
intent: to re-sioeis.
-mm or . f 1
tKtf-an time win
rock bottom prices,
J. G. CHAMBERS & SON.
Evervthin": hnnd-made and warranted. Call in and. see us. -
ttEXT D'dOH WEST
fc a R 2!
liLNKV I MILI.iH; :uu
Jaj'" .XTt a
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
C3 .irl Jl-s
i S k.
f 2 t!"
' - - 1 '
S-ull early and
I A J.
TO. THE LATE FIRE.
PANIC IN A THEATER.
Crimes and Casualties.
The Fire Record of a Daj
Throughout I lie Country.
Ni.w Yohk, March IB. At the Cos
mopolitan theater tonight, towaidithe
close of a mlnstrtd pn f 01 mauce. a ig-
ftjid VHHIrTtly'one of the tl"h Ircti -u-U'tuns
' i the fust i',ilktn crashed
thn;'..ii tlie tk'f. thr v. in uiie thou
sar'' people. cn)V. !iti;f the iiniin-noe
Hiuiiein' ht'luw, into ;i j nic. Women
Sfieaintd, nun in temn lurnti! to the
door iii.tl :i i e; rf u 1 cruvh followed, all
sti njjK'in tor exi. -veral women
j w-i- criht-d tioif the manager
i conid Le lu aid and bciue degree of
(1 nit'lnt hs ohtained. It was found the
balcony had settled fully twelve inth.es
the weakest eohunn sinking through
the floor on w hich it lested. Many
people, had lft the place, tut returned
ar.d the performance proceeded. Sud
denly, however, the occupantB of the
balcony bean to hoot and hiss. This
diove now thoroughly frightened bo-
j iie below into a panic. Fortunately
Police Coniiuissioners French and
Mason and Captain Killalea were pres
ent and succeeded in calming the peo
ple and the performance came to an
end. Many ladies lost their clothing
and pocket books.
HOW MUCH Hi; STOLE.
St. Lous. M uch 10. According to
he deposition of U, E. Owen, default
ing toller of the Third National bank,
it appears that he abstracted from
that institution about $200,1.00 be
tween 1&7j, when he began his thiev
ing operations, and the time he was
ariested. This money was all sunk in
the butter and cheese business and
speculations in cotton and giain.
I'UItSVIXO THE XKA1N JOBBERS.
Little Hock, March 1C The train
robbefs'who murdered Conductor Cain
on the Fort Smith road have been pur-
sued to Washington county, where
they separated and and are going north
into Missouri. It is now known they
are the Johnson brothers and Herndon
Sax Fjaxois:o. March 16. Exam
ination of books ol the harnor com
missioners today shows that John S.
dray, secretary, is defaulter about
S40.0&0. (Jray said he could make it
good, and was giveu till 1 p m. to do
so. lie left the office and not since
THE FIRE RECORD.
Providence, It. I., March lC The
summer hotel at liocky Point was par
tially bured this morning Insured
San Francisco, Murch 16. A fire
in Forest City 9tarted below Cnllin's
hotel and spread so rapidly that in a
short time all the business houses in
the town weie ablaze, a strong easter
ly breeze blowing. H. Miller" hotel
keeper, was burned to death. Losses
run into hundreds of thousands; 1 eiv
ily covered by insurance. Only a few
dwellings are left. At Jast accounts a
desperate effort is being made to save
the Bald mountain works.
Helena, Ark., March IS. John
Powell's gin house, on the Mississippi
side opposite here, burned last night,
filled with nero refugees who barely
escaped with their lives in the over
flow. A child was dro ned in the. ex
citement tha: followed the stampede
from ttye build.i:.
Pa SIC I.V A MOT L
Ai.ii vnt.'M t:---!i IK. -At H ;:- o?:.-ck
this ui rni:i a tbe broke i-nt in the
kitchen of the i;dv.in house. Tne
halls were .-api'lly iiil-'d wi'h s:u ke
and th tuosL of the 100 guests tied
from tiie rooms panic ktrie.ken and
half til l. In half an hour the flames
were subdued and I he ;ue. ts returned
to . heir roonu. The damage was nom-iu-.l.
KILLED KV DYNAMITE.
Marlborough, X. V'., March 10
"While laborers were warming dyna
mite cartridges an explosion took ilace.
One laborer was killed anil others
probably fatally injured.
The Lower River Floods Sub
side. . Memthis, llarrh 16. Tlie water is
now twelve inches below the danger
line on this side. The wattr is between
the hanks everywhere between Mem
phis and Cairo. A f.rce of a thousand
men nre at work repairing the damage
by the flood. Travel ou the line of the
Metnpbia & JLittle Rock raUrWl will be
re'tnnei) by next Thnndj. Tb out
look for a fine planting huoI trocjh
out the Midstlppl vnllej irM aeftr
Helena, Ark. March
10,- Th rr-
flow has begun pa'slo; out.; jTnre tu
a big fire buck in the country, tb flame
from which rould be Men befe, . It l
supposed to hare brea a fin btm. The
John Powell bullding.full of aero refu
gees. Is in ten feet of water There la
nome anxiety felt for their fate.- PartUe
have bpn dinpntched to laulr. '
sick red ntm. -
Small-pos Among the tetora
tii:. ( HOOK'S pISl'ATCIIES.
AVriUi.voTs, March 10. eiieritl
Crixik, coiiniiaudiiig tlic lemrtiuent of
Arft.on t, yovterd'iiy reported to the com
missioner of I n linn afTriirs there were
fifteen Indians hick with mull pox at
Peach Springs, near the Atlantic and Pa
cific rail way. The oommiNsiouer di
rected the physician at Saa Curios to at
tend to the medical wants oljL Indians
The following telegram was rceHfed
at the Indi.tu oilice toduy:
"Wiiiwi.k UvuttAtKH, A. T;, March 15.
I'uk i;, commissioner of Indinn affairs,
l)isatch received. The Icdiaui need
something IteHide medicine.- 'Vhey have
nothing to eat, and their effort to get '
something may interest the whole coun
try. fKo. Crook, Hrig. Oeu.
Commissioner Price this afternoon tel
egraphed Crook, informing him there
were no funds from which to purchase
Hiipphes for theie Indiiin. IJe ug-sled
however, if the war department would
supply the immediate needti ui' t e In
ilians, he would endeavor to hare con
grcs reimbur.-e tlie lep:n tment t the
KAILl I.I.N JOIl THE WBi-K.
N'kw York, March lC. Kusiuesa
failures the lat seven days ?25,as against
252 lat week, a reduction of 27. New
England states had 22, middle 37,. west
ern 70, southern 45, Pacific states", .New
York Cijy 11, Canada 81.
Plattsmonth City Sfrrkata.
I'ROVIHIOXfl, JKIJIT, KKBD AC. (BSTAIL.)
Keported by M. li. Murphy & Co.
Flour... 13.50 fc 4.50 perevt.
Kye t lour
Cheese ( t;irt pkim)
. . . . . .H5 c "
... $1.25- . "
2546 ctn per
20 " '
It M "
Cheese (full oream)
Dried lieef 15
S3. CO it 3.50 per doz.
Choice Potatoes. . .
Apples (winter). . .
. . .co o. "
4&t5o ct. per bu.
........ 75 CU '
..1.20 LL K1.50 "
. 15c per gal
... ...... vj pcrcaa
riattsniouth Telephone Exchange.
1 J. P. Young, residence.
'2 l'.eunett & Lewis, store.
3 M. II. Murphy & Co.,
4 Bonner Stables.
5 County Clerk's office. '
6 E. K. 1-ewin, residence.
7 J. V. Week bach, store.
8 Western Union TeletfrapU-oBU-e.
9 1). II. WheeJer. resident-.
10 I). A. Campbell, " . v
14 R. B. Wiudliam, "
15 Jno. Wayinan,
10 .1. W. .lenniiigs,
17 W. 8. W ine. otMce.
6 Morrissey Bros,, office.
l j W. K. Carter, store.
JO ii. W. Fairfield, residence.
21 M. B Murphy,
D. H. Wheeler & Co . offlte.
.1. P. Taylor, residence.
First National Bank.
.1. P. Young, store.
It. W. Hyers, rebldewce.
Hkualu Pok. Co ottlce.
.1. Wise, residence.
S. M. Chapman, "
V. 1. I ones, 41
A. .V fcullivan. "
ii. K. Palmer.
W. It. McnihlkaeeLt, ofilee.
Snlliun '.Vuoey, " .
A. W. Mci-auunlio. reMdiiie4
A. Pattetson, iivery.
1.. D. ltenueil. uidonee,- .
Ceo. s. SuiiHi. otllee.
47 I.. A . Moore; tlor -t.
v. J. W. Barn$. leideuee.
5 K. K. Llvitigston, otB.-e,
30V i. V. Weckhach, residence.
s:a Chaplain Wright.
3sD W. 11. ehildknecht "
ZW Ceo. S. Smith,
XM It. K. Livingston. " -Sli
C. C Ballard,
The gwltch hoard eonneet PlaeJiLOoutti wltU
Aslilan4,-Arlington. Biatr. Council bluff. Fre
0int, Liuvolu. Omaha and El horn .station.
- Notice herel-y iven. that the follovtiug
itt:es Ices have been reported toCouaty f'om-lilLsioner-.
an ivm lining in the hauda ot W. V.
SUoalter. Clerk of the District Court, itfic&U
ed for up to January J. 18s;.
Rodney Andrew s, witness lu lower Court l.M
Kdiiaristatzlcr. .tns in lower Cvurt.. . 1.70
Ceorcc Wiijriii, witneat in lower court.... 1,70
B. i. Iloover, witues 10.00
J. V. Uluier viitnos H.oo
Walter Cutfoi tli. itness S,0
William Cari; .-le, witnees 4,60
It. W. Cuuniiidliam. wutie-ss
Wm, Carlyslc." v'itliesn 3,50
It. Metzuer, wltnes lower court l.to
Y. Deitrich, wituesa iu lower court l.io
S. Uittel. witnensin lower court 1.10
F. Fetzer. Interpreter lower court 1.00
John lions, witness in lower court 1.00
George Dimtuitt, witneaa i,3
M. B. Cutler, witness i5.9o
.1. H. Allison. wltnes e,0o
Newtou Uow land. wltnettS 2A
John MacMacken, witness 2.0o
Marion Arini-tron. witness 3.0o
Ceorge Mega. witnes 'ifl
J. V. Hirapsoii. witness l.lu
S. Brantucr. witoens 2e
C. II. Weaver, witness l.lo
Wyatt Graven, witues.s l.lo
W. F. Dykes, witness Uo
Wm. C.uthinanu. witeas 14o
M. bchnelbacUer, wltuess Uo
Peter Bate, wltnesa l.lo
John Moi-s. wituesa l.lo
If the above be not called for on or before lx
uioutr.s alter February 21 at. laS, tha aaiae will
be paid ioto tbe school fund of Cass county.
Attest: J. W. JENNINGS.
FUttameotb. 9, USi tft
Proposals for Military Sup
plies. lt !! ARTCK IfF'fOr THf Tt.kTlT.
CLf Jurterrnnt'-r' Offl,
Omaha. NtH., March 7th. Il4i
Sal.) 1-lioeoBAf m, iii triplicate. utJct t
the the uual roudll loita, will ha rrr-Hvad at
till tittle until 12 o'clock J4.. on Wediiradar,
April i. una, or at the tamo lionr (illowluic for
thA UltTrreiN In time.) nt tlio olllci ot th
Juarlriiiatrr at Ilia following niiiiiH atatloai
al wnicli piacai atit tlioa tliey will bt oiMiaad
lu the ptraaticr ol MlUn, tur Mil ruruiablug
anil Utllrery of Military Huppllei diirlo thn
JaiiireoniniculogJuIr lit, l3. aud ttidllia
uu 90IU, 1MI. a follow : Wood. Hay and
Charcoal, or aueb of Haid ioj.ollr ai luar t
rvqulraci at Omaha iJi'pot, Fort Ouiahit, Fort
jlkoOrara, Fort Sidney. C'heyeatia lepot. Fort
kuafirll. Fort 8t-aie. Fort Duurlu. Kort llol.lu
aoii. Fort lirldirer. Fort l.araiul, Fort McKlu
y. Fort Waltakl, and Fort riiornbuiylj,
aad for ttio delivery at Fort Ttiomhurgh of 3o0
torn of Coal of 2240 pouudi to tha ton.
FroponaW will atao tn received at tliM erno
tip to the day and hour above named, for tbe
delivery on the cart at the iiolut naarent to tbe
aalaea ot the Una of the I'nlon raeltln Hallway,
of elfht tbouiaud tena of Coal,, of IU0 pouuJa
to the tou. Also for delivery at Uuium Urout,
r at atatlona on the mala lib of tbe Uatioa V
el&e Kahway traat froai Kearney Jtutcilwa, of
tern amuLHa oooarfa Cot a. aad oua aaliUaav'
Vpoiinda Oikta. -MdfoT(rala ahoold tat 1be
ruin vr uu inn, iiui per iiusnri.
i'ropoaala for eliherclana of the tore luon
tload. r lor quamltle less lliaii tlio Mhoki
required will be received, Kach proposal
tliould be lu triplicate, jtr-AicA'i k ou v.ai u
AKTKXK AT KAi II MTA'I IOM, and llllltl ln ar
eompaiiled bv m bond In tlio utn of lire liuuil
fed dollar jj.wi) executed Klllrllyln arrord
Slice with Uie printed Itixtrtictlotit, ami upon
tbe blank form f iirnlMicd iimlcrlliH udvcrtlna
nient, KiinrunteeiiiK that the parly milking the
propoii.il uliall not withdraw the same, within
Ixty day Iroru the date uiiiiouoced for open
iiHC theiii ; and NupplieM bid for, awurded
tliereiiiiili-r, he will, w itiiiii ten d.iyi alter te
IriK nolllled of the award, (provided huHi notl
Ocal Ion be made wllblu the nlity day above
mentioned.) accept th; Name and fuinlili Kood
and sallicieut Hinetlev, at once, for the fall lit ol
performance ! the contract. '1 he (overmnnut
reserve the rij;ht to reject liny or all propo
aU. a preference will lie given louillHv of
Itlank proposals ami printed circulars, stat
ing the kind. Hint rkllmated (inantltle of
Wood, ll.iy and Charcoal reipiired at each wta
lloii.ainl KiviiiK full liiMrui-tlons as to tbe
manner ol biallii, coadllioiiN to be obnervvd
by bidders and terms ot contract, etc., will be
f iirniHlifit on application to thl olllceor to tbe
Qnai tcriuaitters at the various Ntatloiix named.
Knveloies eoutitlnliiK ioMHals should be
marked : "Proposals. Itr at ,'
and addressed to the undersigned or to the re
spective Post and Depot ii;ii (ci mat'-l s. .
JOHN V. FIJKICV. Captain.
A. H. M . I'. 8. A., in charge of '. O,, M' ol -
faee, Dep't. ol the Platte.
Notice to Teachers.
I will be at my oflleo In Plattsmoutli the fjrt
Friday and Saturday, and at Kim wood the
second and fourth Friday and Saturday, and at
YYcrpiii'.' iaier rue iuiri naturuay i eacn
tnoul Ii to ultciid to any nchool busiueHn that
m:iy ! presented l:;j CkKtH ALTov,
Notice to Physicians.
Notice hereby given that bids will be re-
received iU the oftlce of the County Cleik, up to
noon of tin; 2d day of April, ISS3, for the uied
leal alieiKlanee and lui iil-lung ol medicinea
for county charges and Inmate of county
Poor House and .tail for one year. Tlio Com
missioners reserve tbe right to reject any or all
bids, liy order of Comity Commissioners.
WitriesH my hand and official seal, this 7th
day of March, lh.J .1. W. Jkknino.
M!3 - County Clerk.
For Salo !
T. j:. 13.
T. I J, Ii. l.-i.
S K J , Sc.
s. Y. . s.c ::, 7". jl, ll. j.
und N !, X. W. Si-f. lo, l 12, It.
K.rK W. S ;H. T. ., ll. lgl
ll , L, in. P.l.x k 2?.
S 4. "
Tii' a.Ltv; described farns
for salf on lon time, with 7
wnt. interest. Apjdj to
li. V. WINDHAM,
dUtl Plattsmoutli, Neb.
HOUSE S1IOKINO & WAfiON BKPAIUINO.
All Kinds of Farm implements Kendel witi
Xeatnes and Dispatch.
Horse, Mulc& OxShoeiug,
In short, we'll shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Fitth Sr between Main aol Vine Street.
'e corner from tbe Mff IIKKAL
Alt sullcers from this disease that are anj
!oua to be cired should try Dr. Kissner' Cele
)rated Con-umption Powder'. lhee Powd-
rs are the only preparation kno n that will
cure Consumption and all diseases of theThroat
and Lunns indeed, to atrouif is our faith la
them, and also to convince you tna
no humbug, we will forward to ever,
by mail, post paid, a Free Trial P.ox.
We don't wunt vour inouev until vou are ixtr-
fectly atifled of their curative powers. If
your life ia worth savin?, don't delay in KUt&K
these Powders a trial, as they will curely cure
Price, for lance Hot. 3 00. or 4 Boxes for $10.
Sent to anypart ot the L'nlted State oi Cana
da, by re ail. on receipt of price. 4dreaa
, ASH l;OBDIa.
Fulton r.. Brooklyn. 5. Y.
Dee. sstb. ii2 iti
Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure is an .
internal remedy and ia pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true medical virtue than anj
other kind thrown upon tbe market ia
the shape of oils and liniments. It 1
warranted. Smith, Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A.
&. Marshall. Weeptuff WaterNeb. etf
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