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PLATTSMOUTIl, XEBliASKA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1883.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line Grenernl Mcrclmiwlisc.
Full Line GJeneral Merchandise.
Always on llan19
Always on Hand.
liottoiii Prices for Cash.
of toni Prices for Cash
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
has just received a large
manufactured. In addition to a
general line, I keep the celebrated
SANDWICH BINDERS and CANTON PLOWS.
Four kinds of the Lest tongue
less cultivators, with other stand
Don't fail to call and see me.
CED Ul CillEEK, NEU.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
jx PCS i
LEU 0 blli
C'omo to Hit' front v itli a complete htcck of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FKESir AND NICK.
"We alwats buy tin Inst goods in Hie maiket, and guarantee -virv thing
w sell We are sole agents in this town for thf sale of
" PKUriiCTION" "(JKOUNI) 8IMCISS,
AND TIIK OEI.EBUATKO
"BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Piatt's "Tiger" brr.nd of liallimnrc Oysters
always on hand. Come and see U3. We "jw ill mako yon glad.
A N D
At Wholesale and Retail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
prod uce. Call and see me.
Opposite First National Bank.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE BY
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1 ALE IIS IN
Hardware, Stoves. .and Tinware.
,.,..The bet and most complete asaortment ja tbo - city. jjMe ROCK WOOD
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
1 r aafesSiw
Warning lo the (Jovernor
Oi-dM-f l.;!.vu for WII.SUN l:!:S.- SJIII;TS.
rOST OFF U K
Jb Tb I (ill HSn
If p jj
S 6 Ir
MASOX .S: HAMLIN"
I5KNKY 1'. MILI.KK a ml
HOA!;l)liy the DAY or WKKIC.
Meals a! Ail Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
T 1 i r f
PEARL & 7th ST.,
Dealers in all kinds of
LIME, CJMBKaJJSoTP, ILASEIHt,
London. March -'0. The queen will
open thf hslieri-3 exhihitiou in person
the 12th of May.
1KISH WOKKMIIN bl.S( 1IAHOEB.
l.'iHKKX IIkad, Miiich 20. A large
cinployeV hore has dischaigt'd all hi
Irisii woiknien. (JecLiiing that he
would n longer tl fog race himself
hy paj ing peophr who foster ussas
ST. Johns N. li. March 20 The
brigatine Lillian arrived, ninety dayi
from Oporto. She made Cape Fear on
the night of the fifth of February, but
got frozen in and remained in ice forty
JUDGE LAWSON'S OPINION.
Dubmn, March 20. Judge Lawson
replying lo an address presented by
the members of the grand jury of Bel
fast, said he attributed the explosion
in London and the attack on Lady
Florence Dixie to the final efforts of
the scotched reptile lawlessness.
THE GOVERNOR WARNED.
St. Petersburg, March 20. The
Governor of Moscow ha received a
letter warning him that Kremlin,
where the Czar s to be crowned, will
be blown up during the convention
ceremony if he refuses to grant the
"St. Petersburg, March 20. Two
dynamite deposits were discovered
here. Forty persons have been ar
rested. The week's arrests number
a00, including pupils in military
schools and railway ofikials. The gov
ernment has resolved to expel Italians
without permanent occupation.
HANLAN AND ROSS.
Toronto, March 20. Hani an de
clined to row Itoss in maratirae waters
but will meet him half way between
Toronto and St. Johns. Ilanlan re
gard $300 for expenses in a SI, 00a race
out of proportion, and proposes that
neither be given or taken. Hanlan
calls upon Itoss to cover the $30o deposited.
Halifax, March 20. A telegram
from Lingen, Cape Breton, says since
January the Lingen miners, after a
protracted strike, have been operated
by non-union men. Yesterday the
union miners came here and badly
kicked the manager, Enge, blacksmith
and others, visited houses, broke in
doors and dragged women out. Five
men were brutally beaten. The man
ager telegraphed to Sidney for constables.
session of congress a bill was passsd
authorizing ths postmaster general to
readjust the salaries of certain post
masters, but the bill makes uo pecunl
ary provision for carrying out its re
quiremeuts. It is said at tba postof
(ice department that the law cannot
be executed without an appropriation,
and an additional force of clerks. It
is estimated that the readjustment of
salaries directed by the bill will re
quire an expenditure of at least $2,
000,000. THE NEW NIAGARA BRIDGE.
The attorney general has tendered
au opinion on the proposition of the
Canada Southern railway to construct
a bridge across the Niagara river. 'An
act of the Canadian parliament auth
orizes the erection of such a bridge, as
far as Canada is concermed, when a
similar authority is given by the Unit
ed States congress or president,. The
attorney general says no action ban
ben taken by congress in the matter
and the president has no power to
grant th necessary authority.
Heavy Snow Storms
AHATEMKNT OF TUP. FLOOD, ETC
Captain Ellington, of the sheriffs oae,
wits wounded. At last account t the
poMe was stiil la pursuit. ' Johnson
brothers, two of the robbers, were lodged
la the jail of Ozark county today, where
the robbery occurcd.
A TlflEVlKO SrAIN.lHD.
" Cil It Aoo, March 20. A Daily News
BraidwoM)d, Illinois, special say for
home months a series of cunningly exe
cuted thieving has been executed here.
In that tlmo over 3,000 worth of Biioers'
and curpeu tera tools hate been atolen.
Wutche have been set but the thief not
discovered. Suspicion, however, pointed
Irongly to a Spalniard, Dcminlck Hog
gois, a dculer In second hand tools. A
descent on. hi place today revealed
$1,000 worth of stolen tools in his cel
lar. !,7U0 in gold was found, hicb he
con f eased he had realized from tho sale
of atolen tools. A large number of
miuera identified their property and en
tered complaint nguiust him.
Chicago. March 21. Call 3 p.
May, 57 1, ; June 57;; July M; New
May lOtt; April 104 J4'.
March 41; Apiil 42.
I'lattHiuouth City Market.
no iKioxa, rauir, i-hko (uar u i. )
Kep oiled by M. 11. Murphy Co.
Th- Pi.ATTsMOlTTU IIF11ALD PUBLISHING 'COMPANY has
evi-ry facility for first-class
Settlement Negotated With
In every department.
and Pamphlet Work,
AE. ' JSSSjAJSJSM9
.1 ; liu : I.
Our Stock f
I'.lrtnk P.ipt-rs ;;od H;i;i-!i t;
i. !.;irt: and coiiipiete in
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED.
THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW.
Kiciiford, Vt., Marcli i0. Another
heavy Snow storm. Trains blockaded
and mails delayed.
White Hall, N. Y., March. 20, A
heavy snow in this sect. on last night.
Reports from different towns show a
fall of from fire to ten inches. It is
Cincinnati, March 20. The state
ment of pork packing from November
l to March l.shows: Hogs slaughtered,
525.000, an increase over the previous
year of 41,o00; yield of lard, 15,770,
000 pounds, an ihcrease of l,6oO,OQ.O;
barrels of pork produced, 10,217.
Des Moines, March 20, Iteports
from this section of the country are
that apply orchards are killed by the
severe winter. Ono farmer reports a
loss of 500 trees nineteen years old.
The estimated loss in the apple crop
in this county alone will be 200,000
bushels. .Small fruit is also damaged.
EMMA BOND'S ABDUCTION.
Tvyi.orvii.le, 111., March 30. In
her rational moments Emma Bond bus
confirmed the theory that two masked
men carried her from her .sick room.
From other evidence her father and
physician axe convinced that the ab
duction theory is tho true one. and was
to prevent her appeariux before the
GOOD BYE, FLOOD.
Helena, Ark.. March 20. A special
to the western associated press says
the river is kissing the levees farewell
this momicg. The water is falling at
the rate of sixteen inches in twenty
four hours. The overflow is passing
out through the bangs with grea force
The bottoms will be cleared of water
within ten days. The flood is rapidly
giving place to everyday affairs inci
dent to the season.
A1VOINTMKNT OK A KECtlVtU.
New York, March 20. JudgeTrauax
la the supreme court today appointed a
receiver ot the Columbia Consolidati in
Gold and Silver Mining company, una
directed it to be dissolved, their mines
not being prolitable enough to justify
their working. Edward Stokes is one of
the claimants of the corporation for $31,
Des Moines, Marcli 20.- Today Dr
Carver made a perfect score of 100, and
Cant. Boardus t7, btn thus winning
il&O extra bv the terms of agreement
with the Cincinnati club. Carver's six
ty-second and ninety-sixth shots were
with the second barrel. Bogardus' sec
oud barrel shot9 were the third, seventh
fourteenth, thirty-eighth, forty-fifth and
sixtieth. His misses were the fifth, sixtl
ON TIIK H AH l'ATXI. '
uye r lour
Cliet-xe (purt nklin)....
Clicec1 (lull cream)...
Miliar Cure! liam....
Ekk 10 da 12',i c.
Cabbage Mr. "
Choice I'ututoes JjHBOct. per bu.
Hweet Si.so "
He-ti 7&ct "
On lou . 75 rt
Appl: (winter; l.M U
Kweet Cider lIHTgltl
Oytters, elec-t . Vi yar caa
I. OIIIIIIOI1 w "
u.1 c "
... vuw-ts per S
........ 15 "
19 " "
L.rio6(6.ou er dor..
For Sale !
N K , St e. 3, T. 12, II. l3.-'
S E 4, Sec. 3, T. 12, II. 13.
S. W. ; Sec. 3, T. 12, It 13.
uud Xi X. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, K.
'e . W. Sec. 31, T. 13, I J. 13
EIGHT HOUR ORDER.
Washinotox, D. C, March 20. Sec
retary Chandler issued an order today
fixing the hours of labor in the navy
yard at eight hours.
FOLGER TAKES A REST.
Secretary Tolger's destination is
Fortress Monroe, where he will re
main several days for rest and recrea
tion. THE GOVERNMENT SETTLES.
The government has negotated with
the Bank of France for a sexennial
obligation of 120,000,000 franc3 in pre
ference to the issue of treasury notes.
DUE TO DRUNKENNESS.
The president has ordered the sus
pension of J udg Everton 1. Conger,
associate justice of the territory of
Montana, against, whum thai Res of
drunkennesH and gambling hav Wen
A SUIT FOR SALARY.
A.B. Mullett. formerly supervising
architect of the treasnay, has tiled si
petition in -tho court of cl lims for ad-
judication "i in- : .i y ior the ,ic. iiiit r
United St -itts r-r SS:i.0'iU -a acOUiC !
cf salary alled to be due i im.
MOVEMENTS OF THE PRESrT'ENT.
The president will remain bef to
entertain the ex-president Diaz ami
party, and will prooably jofri Secretary
Folger at Fortress Monroe the latter
part of the week, from Mhicl point
they will no doubt proceed to Florida.
THE rOOR POSTXASTKRS.
During the closing hours of tba last
II , I,t 10, JJIock 28.
. 3, '
" 7 Si !, '
S h y. 11.
Tiic nlove described lanns are
for nale on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
. U. U. WINDHAM,
dOtl' riattbinoutli, IStb.
Proposals for Military Sup
JlKAlXil.'AKTKRSlJ.KI-'T OK TIIK Pf.ATTK,
Chief Quarterrnaitier'fi Office.
OMAHA.NK.lt., tlWll Till, IWC
HKAI.KO l-HOl'OHAIJ. in triplicate. Kubjeet to
th the unual condition, will ms received at
tliis orhce until l o'clock m., on weauraaa,
April IX. or at the iaiu hour (ullowhiif for
the dirtereuce in time.) at tho ofhc ofths
Quartermasters at the following Dkined ttuii -at
which places and time they will opeutd
in the presence of blddern, for the furDinhitig
and delivery of Military Kupplles during the
5enr commencinK July 1st, TO, and cndluif
une30th, 1SM4, a follow : Wood. lly and
Charcoal, or uch of naid suj)pliei a may be
required at Omaha Depot. Fort Omaha, fort
Niobrara. Fort "Sidney. Cheyenne Depot, Foit
Kuweit. F'ort Steele, Fort Douela. F'ort Robin
son. Fort Rrlder. Fort Laramie, Fort McKln
ney. Fort Washakie, and Fort -TUomburKb.
and tor the delivery at Fort Thomburth f MO
tons of Coal of 2240 pounds to the ton.
Froroiai!t will tUu be received at tills flire
up to the day and hour above iiamed, for the
delivery on the earn at the point neareu to tL
mine or the line of the CdIimi 1'acirtc Kaiiwat,
of eicht thousand ton of Coal., of 2240 pound
to the ton. Also for delivery at Omaha Jepoi,
or at t:ttion on the main line of the Colon l'a
eilic Railway east from Kearney Junction, of
two milliou pounds Corn, and on milliou
pounds Oat. Bids for rain should state the
rate per loolbs, not per bushtl
Fropovals for either claos of the uteres ruen
tioned. or for quantities less tbaa the - wliwle
required will be received. Eh proposal
should be m triplicate, skpabatk t oa kai m .
aktk.xk at kach station, aad roust be ac-.
com panted bv a bond In the sum of five hund
red dollar (SiiOO) executed strictly iu accord
ance with the printed instruction, and vmu
the blank fona furnUhed underfills advertise
ment, Kuarautceiogthat the p;irty makins the,
proposal sliall not withdraw the same stlthiu
sixty days from the date announced for open
in? them ; and supplies bid for, awarded
thereunder, he will, within ten days alter be
ing nolificd of the award, (provided such noti
fication be tnad within the clxty days above
mentioned.) accept the same and ltinii.h eMd
and sufficient urette. at uhcb, hr the luiiliXul -iertormaii-e
of the coutract. 1'he 4;oernmeul
rser r I he libt to reject any r all piK
:ils. a i.elereu-e will be tlvea toatlicler of
( dontic iroluctioii.
I KlAiik :'Ksals iiuii J liuieu cirtru.i.Mi-
J.a.:-as ( I tY, March '2'K A promt
npi,r !- uck liealcr of Kuluula. i i Hie
f'ru.l- i.:it!i. i. wi.. lei t I here ! lii- lyih.
. . i , . . . . ,,,. in i- ihe i.iud. and emulated quantities of
rciioio -.o.i. w.,... j w u,) and Cli.-ucoal lequjred at earn ria-
t. U-avui .iii'.. ii- wio; nir-ir at tin livau
oi' -VJ0 ..c;i lo att:.i'k Spick.-he at hi
cauip, thirty mile oi" oiii.ile.av
ou tlie eiljc of liic Sui- ai:i Kf .v agency,
pirche'i forcu raitl to l- J"c. A le-ttruiitir-l
tiht alilicij fcted, u both
j'-iSlcH i rtve i-ecn i'ruperui"ti, prepara-
ATTAl K ON 'tiAIS i OiS.S r..-r. .
Ln iLt l.ojK, l itr.li Ne;.:. xiie-vitu-,
ilonday i..v-ri in; ht'ritr lriily
ucd (iovc attacked four men MsppoM-'d
to be the Litllc Kock A; Ft. Smith train
roblera, whose capture was reported
last night. A i unuing njjht followed.
One fugitive was fatally wounded and
left at Magazine. He gav his name as
Roberts, and atTmllteil lxlug an outlaw.
i. .ii -inil i-ii in" lull instruction us lo tlie
na-iner if biUliiiy,eiiditlMU to be obvel vd
by bidder iiinl lei lus of contract, etc.. will be
furnished on i.pp! seat ion to this ofllceor to the
juartemoiU-i at I be various station named.
Euveioe iiiil:uniii proposals hould be
marked : " ri-oiwaN l-r at .
and MildreHsed u Ihe undeiloed or to the re
spective r?t and Depot Quartermasters.
JtHIX V. FCREV.Capiaiu,
A. O. M . tT- A., in charje of C. if. M' of
lice, iM-p't.of the l'l:i:te. 5itl
Our lArgs UAIDEK GCTSS
dcw-ribinir C' HtlfUl Uf4
Is Wrmm m ail. Y
offer thg Ltuttt Mtil In
mad W kMt, aaS the Bt (WxIh vf VrMbt,
Flower, OrsasaaS TmbrXB. ErrTtlnlnteL.
atsiMS OUL A UV keeeesaash fVlJuA, llWA,
Taken up by the subscriber t hU place in the
city of yiatUinoutlionthe7thUay of Febra
ary W3 one liht brown mare a tippled to e
12 or 14 years old, has collar narKf '
is hereby noti&ed to cC 'I, r ' " -1 ' ' '
expenses incurred.ad t ief' -.-'"
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