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PLATTSMO ITTII, XUISICASKA, THURSDAY, MAKCII 22, 1883.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line Cciicrnl McivJinndisc.
Full Line General Merehandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
SSotfoiu Iriees for Cvash.
i.l.J'ru V: Cai 23
GOING EAST AND WEST.
Ek-sant l)ay Cooubea, Varlor Cans with KecUa
uir Chairs (seats fre. fi'nokin-.r Cars, with R-
Kutviti CLirs, Pullman Pnlaca SltH-jiinCarj i: 1
trom Chic Kauftaa -itJ", t-tkMfo J t n.-.m-il j
itwi-n Cbir3(o, I jncoln rxnriT. Tim.'ib o:irs I
fH-twptn J'!t:mapilui IVMisvnl fila ; v: ( I'etiri.i.
Ail I'Ofino-lioiia mailt- in t?;:itm inli. 1
Vown as the great THKOUGilt.'AU LiNE. i
Flno&t Equipped Hal!ro.;U In the
It. J. POTTtlt &1 Vlo-Prea't anI Ot.sti Manager. Y
P4 7 'if
Corr.e to t!ie fruut vi.N
Staple and Fancy Groceries
fi:esii and swk .
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f'K ilF ( i'iON" OJiOUX!) SPKS,
Avn Tin: c"t.i:::!TKr
"BATAViA" CANNED GOODS,
Nitlin fin r in llie m.ii k I . I'la't'i
MlwHyk i!2t;i'I. I o:n rt u-.i. We
At Wholesale and Retail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
d k alh us
The Ut and must complete assort mei
iJiCHJK, two dou WMit Of ClUTOlh.
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flriees for 4'ash
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Solid Train. f nifs-.t l"i r Coac' if i aid u"
ntn:: PAlave .jiii ' ,-r- run :ai!y to ami
fro:i St vii .'.m.iiii.i t i: a v. Ke.;!:;ilc.
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AX FOR SALE BV
- .t tn the city. ' In the HOCJICWOOD
CALL AND 8EK V. .
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
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ipiiiiil Mill Iiilip
mi a a ma -a b
Orders taktu fur WILSON I'.Kos.' Kill K'l'S.
I.OAlil tv the DAY ! WKKK.
iHb in Him
0 Eft a
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The lATTSMOLTLH HERALD
eve i yt facility
!n every lt-partnient.
Our Stock of ll;ink I'apers ami roHterinIa is Large and complete in
ijuulity and assortment.
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED.
ttsmouth Herald Pub. Oo.
ST A I lONKRY. NATIONS.
MASON & HAMLIN
IIKNUY K. MILLKK and
Meals at Al, Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
W ria rP Trn cfP n
JEARL & 7th &T.,
all kinds of
PUliLISIIIXd COMPANY has
The Molly Maguires Again.
THE TAILOriS TALK.
Des Moi.vi-a. March 21. Tailors are
on a htrike Their places are being
Clled by non-union men.
TKANSFEIt OF TJIKTItl.'TIl.
New Yokk, March 21. Ti e Truth,
it i saiil, lias passed into the posses
sion ol a syndicate, with O ikey Hall
as editorial manager.
SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTION KltAUJM.
New Okleans. March 21. In tl.e
Waiuiighl, Glazier aint Short election
fraud cases the prosecution obtained a
list of dead men whoso names appear
ed on the pull list as voters.
THE MOLLY MAftUIRES.
Unioxtown, Pa., Marcli 21. To
night Superintendent Kieghtley, of
Younjrstown, shut and killed John
Kane. The Molly Mauiie miners are
or. a strike and vt-ry ugly. Great fears
of an outbreak are entertained, and
the incitement is high.
Rochester, March 21. The state
association of brewers and maltsters
passed a resolution not to spend
money to purchase legislation or in
fluence the action of the legislature,
and denounced the system of legisla
tive overtures by lobbyists and black
albert goodyeau's will.
Boston, Match 21. It is discovered
that the will of Albert Goodyear has
been suppressed for six pears by his
widow, who just died. The statutes
provide lor a tine and inprisoumeut of
the executor for such an offense. The
will makes a number of outside be-qut-std.
His only son. Alfred, is nam
ed as executor.
br. Paul, March 21. Two brothers
named Ferte, cash and paying teller
respectively of ihe Sscond National
bauk here, were discharged from the
bank today. It apj-eara that they
haicbeeu earning on a system of
stealing. Thus far $15,000 is found
missing. It is not et determined
what action will be taken ngaiust the
Syracuse, Marcli 21. The annual
meeting of the H .lsteiu breeders' asso
ciation ot America was t!i 1 irgest and
most iuterexking y-t held. One hun
dred and fx:een mt-tubers were pres
ent, representing Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michi
gan, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Vir
ginia, New Jersey, New York and the
New England states. The report of
the secretary showed an increase of
2,007 animals in registry during the
year, carrying tLe number of regis
tered animals to 5,003. Liberal appro
priations for premiums for beef and
butter, to be awarded at the fat stock
shows in Chicago and Kansas City and
at the national fair for dairy products,
were made. The board and officers
New York, March 21. The inquest
in the case of William II. Haverstick,
shot Monday evening by George W.
Conkling, Jr.. was resumed today.
Several witnesses were examined, but
no new tacts elicited. Mrs. Uhler, sis
ter of Coukling. is still in the hospital
suffering from nervous prostration
and unable to be present as a witness
today. It is expected she will recover
sufficient tomorrow to be present and
the iuquesl was adjourned until then.
Mrs. Uhler obtained permission from
the coroner to look at the body and
drove to the undertaker's accompanied
by a physiciau and undertaker. The
brother of the dead man arrived today
and started this evening with the body
for Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Chicago, March .21. Instructions
have been forwarded to the command
er of the department of Dakota, for
the removal of bitting Bull and his
immediate followers, now under mili
tary surveilance at Fort Kandali, to
Standing Mock agency, where the other
Sioux reservation Indians are sta
tioned. The savages will leave Kan
dali under a guard April 15th. Pro
visions will be provided for the
Indians until they have an opportunity
to provide for themselves. This is in
accordance with the request of Siitiug
Bull to become a reservation Indian
which the chieftain has hitherto de
clared that he never would. He was
taken to Fort Kandali early last fall
together with a number of warlike
young bucks, and thus separated from
the others of his band, the Uncapapaa,
owing to tbe ugly demeanor of himself
and followers. -It Is expected he will
be given an opportunity-to pre ride tor
TUlu Til A IN ROBUKH8.
Ozakk, Alk., March 2!. Johnson
brothers, two of the Little Rock A Fort
Smith train robbers, now jailed here,con
fetised to their crime. George Johnson
said the party was organized at Mrs
Heimfl', but the plan was out exactly
completed there. It wan understood that
the Little Hock & Ft. Smith train was to
be captured and robbed. They adjourn
ed to meet at Mulberry, where the plan
of operations was formed in the wood
near town. The intention was not to
kill any one except in clf-dcfence,and to
avoid bloodshed un Ic-b ab61utely ncces
sary. The shooting was done under ex
citement and was entirely unnecessary
Jim Ilerndon, who was captured this
morning near Huntsville, Madison coun
ty, lired the hot that killed Conductor
Cain. The original plan was to capture
Cain and rob the passengers. George
Johnson is an cx-federal soldier, and is
now drawing a govern meat petition.
A Big Batch Bagged.
Floods In Nova Scotia.
TUE (JUEEN'S INJURIES. ETC.
Tunis, March 21. DeLesseps has
reached G ibes on his way to the desert
Touo.NTO.March 21.- Hanlou has gon
to Washington to train foi the race with
mt. ktna talks.
London, Mart h 21. Au eruption of
Mt. Etua has begun, accompanied by
earthquake, causing a panic in the vicin
ity, beveral houses have fullen.
a false uki-oht.
Bkklin, March 21. Nothing is known
here concerning the scheme attributed
in America to Bismark for acquiring
lKn.I in Mexico on which to settle Ger
DISOltOKll AKD IMPRISONMENT.
Pauis, March 21. Lissagurry, son-in-law
of the late Carl Marx, and manager
of the newspapers LaCitayer and LaUu
taille, has been convicted of inciting to
disorder and sentenced to imprisonment
for three months in default of bail.
Honolulu, March 21. From the Aus
tralia Exchange: Heavy rains through
out Victoria. In the western porliou
much damage is done by the floods.
Frightful thunderstorms with gales and
hail in Queen land. Crops destroyed and
many sheep killed.
THE MAN UAKIiKD.
London, March 21. The police pos
sess a clue to the explosion hi the office
of the local government board A wo
man observed and fully described the
appearance of a man apparently placing
an infernal machine against the building
Arrests are soon expected.
Honolulu, March 21. The Commer
cial Advertiser, regarding the reports of
the general spread of leprosy in Hawaii,
says: Six of the most important dis
tricts, comprising an area of 300 uquare
miles of the most densely populated por
tion of the kingdom, with 10,000 inhabi
tants, has been thoroughly searched by
the board of health. The result was
that twenty-eight native and no foreig n
lepers were found. Ten foreign lepers
were found at the settlement of Molk&i,
most of whom contracted the disease by
THE QUEEN'S CONDITION.
London, March 21. The injuries re
ceived by Queen Victoria, Saturday, by
slipping on the stair, are more serious
than at Orst supposed. On returning
trom a ride she was unable to leave ber
carriage,and bad to be carried by attend
ants. It is believed she will4be confined
to her room some time. At best, grave
fears are entertaiued,owiug to the queen's
age and feeble health. Great crowds
surround the building.
Later: The queen transacts her offi
cial busiueo n Urual. the ttave an au
dieiico t- Giadtono yes erJay.
FLOODS IN NOVA frCOllA.
Halifax. March 21. The taaw for
the past fr lnyu ha been followed by
a severe r.iii.:nnn. ltivers are over
flowed, bridge., swej-t i,way, lowlands
flooded and much property t";.-tr yed.
ll-xi 1 way mtum ii nidation Is interrupted.
T.ie greatest freshet on the Coruwallis
river knowu for years. The Windsor and
Auuapolii railway is submerged and
badly washed for two miles. Oxford
and Cumberland counties report the
greatest freshet kuowo. Three bridges
across the river Philip are carried away.
Tbe ice jam causes back water, flooding
houses three Ice t deep. Some families
were removed io canoes and raits. A
number of small bridges are gone. Com
munication Is completely cat off in every
Dispatches Today Limited
What There Is.
Wasuinoton, March 21. Secretary
Folgcr has returned, very much lia
proved in health.
The treasury department has under
consideration a proposition to have a
series of gold certificates issued from
the sub-treasury at Chicago distisct
ivo from the New York and Washing,
The supreme court of the United
States dismissed, on motion of the
appellants, a number of well kaown
Colorado cases, iu which Flood,
Mackey and Fair were appellants,
against J. H. Iiurko.
C. C. Williams & Co., of Springfield
Illinois, are declared by the postofilce
department to bo engaged iu conduct
ing u scheme for obtaining money
through the mails by fraudulent, rep
resentations and promises, and tho
postmaster at Springfield has been di
rected to discontinue the delivery to
the firm of registered letters or mon
Chicago Grain Market.
UP TO 4 O'CLOCK P. 3f.
Special DLpatcb to tbe IIbkald.
Chicago, March 21. Call S p. m.
March Si4; April Cljf; May MW;
June 30 July 61.
March 104; June 110.; July
Apiil I;May 4ltf.
Com, S6l cars; winter wheat, 47
cars; spring wheat, 43 ears; oats, 80
cars ; barley. 21 cars ; rye cars. -
Plattsmeutb City Markets.
fbovisioks, rsuir, ricoto . (bktail)
Reported by U. B. Murpby Co.
d 4.60 pervt.
.. SI.K "
19 " "
.. ....... S
$4.90 ii 6 ou per dot,
. . is ti IIS e. "
tfiQsoct. psr bu.
...1.M a si.aa M
I9e per gal
4&o br MB
Clieexe (Dart nklui)....
Clie?e (lull cream)...
Sugar Cured Hams....
flattsmoHth Telephone Exchange.
1 J. I'. Young, reldeuce.
2 Bennett it Lewis, store.
3 M. B. Murpby It Co., "
4 Bouner Stables.
0 County Clerk's office.
C . B. Lewis, residence.
7 J. V. Weckbach, store.
5 Western Union Telegrapb oStct.
P. II. Wheeler, residence.
10 1. A. Campbell,
14 R. B. Winduani, 44
15 Jeo. Waymau, "
1 J. W. Jfunlng,
17 W. 8. Wise. olUce.
18 M orristey Broan onlce.
1 W. K. Carter, store.
20 . W. Fairfield, residence.
21 M. B Murphy,
I). If. Wheeler ti Co . office.
i J. r. Taylor, residence.
24 First National Bank.
2tt J.I. Young, store.
28 Ferklns House.
29 K. W. flyers, residence.
31 Journal office.
34 Herald icB. Co office.
35 J. N. Wise, residence.
34 S. M. Chapman, "
37 W. D. lories, "
38 A. N. Sullivan, 44
39 H. E. Palmer. 44
40 W. H. SchUdknecbt, office.
41 Sullivan & Wooiey, 44
42 X. W. Mcuuighlin. residency
43 A. Patterson, livery.
44 CM. Holmes. 44
45 L. D. Bennett, residence.
46 Geo. S. Smith, office.
47 L. A. Moore, florist.
49 J. W. Barnes, residence.
CO E. K. Livingston, office,
3U7 J. V. Weckbacb, residence.
S3S Chaplain Wright.
340 W. (L Scbildkoeeht 44
34 Geo. S. Smith, 44
J&O K. K. Livingston. 44
313 C. C. Ballard, 44
Tbe switch board connect fTattsssoatfe vita
Ashland. Arlington. Blair. Council BlaSs. tff
moot, Lincoln. Omaha and KlkhornS lillon.
For Sale !
N E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, K. IS.
S E j, Sec. 3, T. 12, R. 13.
S. W. I, Sec. 3, T. 12, it. 13.
and N N. W. Sec, 10,, T. 12, R.
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 1, K. 13
E I, Lot 10, Block 28.
" 3, 59.
" 7 & 9, " 23.
Si, " 9,
The above described iaruis are
for sale on long time, with 7 per
cent interest. Apply to"
r. b. windHaii, V