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f'LATTSMOUTJJ, KEBlt&SKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1883.
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THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Fuli ILine General Merchandise.
Full ILine General Merehandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Mand.
ISottom Prices for Cash.
Bottom Prices for Cash
JOSEPH V. WECKBACH.
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(Chicago Burlington A Quincy Railroad.)
COINO EAST AND WEST.
Hcrant X)y Coachea, Parlor Cars, with Reclin
ing Cnair (aeU free). Smoking Car, with iio
volvtiiff Chairs, Pullman Paiaca SlepinCars and
the fmmoUM C. B. & Q. Dining I'ars run doily to and
from Chicago & Kansas City, Chicago & Council
UIuHs, Chicago & Uea Moiuea. Chicago, St. Jo
seph. Atchison & Topeka. Only through line be
:warn Chic.io. Lincoln & Denver. Through cars
txtwea Indianapolis & Council UIu.Ts vi.a Peoria.
AH connections mail in Union Ix-pcxi. 1: Li
Lttown as tie greot TIIUOUU U CAU LINi:.
. J. POTTER. d Vice Pren't and GeaT Manager.
Come to t'ac fiout with
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH AND NICE.
"Ve always buy the l-cst goods in the market, and guarantee ever thing
we sell U are sole agents in this town for the sale of
PKRFKOTION" GROUND SPICKS,
AD THE CE
"BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Flatt'B "Tiger" brand of Baltimore Oysters
always on hand. Come and see us. We Tkill make you glad.
At Wholesale and JHetail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
Opposite First National IBank.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE BY
The best and most complete assortment
BLOCK, two doors west of Carruths.
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Eleeant Day Coaches and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily to and!
rrom bt. liOuis, Tia nanniDai, yuincv-, &.eoKUK,i
Kurlineton. Coilar Kapidii and Albert Lea to St. I
Paul and Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with declining
Chairs to and from St. Louis and i'eoria and to
and from St. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
i . m . c T 1 iia.
t. IlUIlC Ktl UUIH l l tJi 1 Ob. AJULLIS U1IU I
.Momes. ion a. uncolu, .'-.euroiiia, una Jecver.i
i It U universal admitted to bo tho
PERCIIVAI. LOWELL, Pen. Pass. Ag't. Chicago.'
a couiplote ft.ck of
. and .Tinware.
in the city, lo thtf ROCK WOOD
Caia and bex us. .
PERA HOUSE 9J5
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Orders t:ikn for WILSON' hUOS.' SIIIJiTS.
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P Er B b
POAIID by the DAY or WEEK.
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yjJ IT. 7b I VTi 7MT-15T3
H, PEAK1L 7th ST..
Dealers in all kinds of
ilhjise:ib, Asia, icxcxdihis,
MM, MIXES) IPAJCKHTS,
LIME, EMEM, JP1L ASTTJEHl,
The l'L,ATTSMOUTII IIEHALD TUBLISHING COMPANY has
every facility for first-class
In every d epartment.
Catalogues and Pamphlet Work,
AlTCTir s& AIL1B IHJELlLSj,
In every ilepartment.
Our Stock of Blank Papers and mateiials is Large and complete in
quality and assortment.
ORDERS BY MAILhSOLICITED.
Plettsmoutli Herald Pub. Co.
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STATION Kit Y. NOTIONS,
MASON & IIAMLIX
P at All Hours. "
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
A Riot in the Idaho Pen.
MINOR OFFENSES FIKES, ETC.
Boise City, Idaho. March 22. For
ty prisoners in the territorial peuitn
tiary overpowered two guards this
afternoon while at work at a stone
quarry and made their escape. They
took the guards' weapons.
GOOD BYE JOtlN.
Chicago, March 22, -A San Fran
cisco 8oecial recounts t..e discoveiy of
embeitzleuieut in the oflice of the State
Harbor Commissioner John G. Gray
who Med when his shortage, estimated
at from 840,000 to $100,000. was dis
T1IE "lAbSION PLAY "
Louisville. March 2a. Enquiries
today amoitg ministers', business and
professional tucn develope practically
unanimous opposition to the presenta
tion of Salmi Mvrse's Passion Play"
in this city. I: is safe to say that a
license will not be granted for any
A DESTRUCTIVE KIKE.
Columbus, Oa., March 12. Early
thiB morning tl-e Fountaine cotton
warehouse burned. " 3,400 bales, 14
rolls of bagging, 300 bundles of ties
and other proporty on storage, was
destroyed. The Columbus bagging
factory had on storage 811,000 worth
of bagging. Loss estimated at 8S00,
000; insurance, 8145.000.
Muskooee, I. T., March 22. A com
pany ot U. S. troups have gone from
Ft. Gibson to arest the belligerent
Creeks, and troops from Fort lleno
will co-operate, and will remain on the
field until the bostiles are captured.
It is stated that if this action is fal
lowed and the leaders impartially pros
ecuted it will enforce permanent
COLLEGE CHIMIN A L8.
Cbawfordsville. Ind., March 22
Last night three boys, under 18, stu
dents at Wabash college, were arrested
for setting fire to the South Hill col
lege, Sunday. They eoi-fessed and al
so said they broke into a s'ure in the
past six weeks, and set it on fire. All
were admitted to bail in 83,000 each.
AS OLD UELIC.
West Liberty, la., March 22.- H. S.
Farnell, editor of the Iowa City Repub
lican, bought at auction in a Quaker set
tlement near here today the old wagon
which John Brown used to carry runa
way negroes from Missouri,and in which
the armg used at Harper's Ferry were
brought to this place and shipped as car
penters1 tools, to be used as a delivery
A HIGH-TONED IIOHSE.
Chicago, March 22. The trotting
stallion Jerome Eddy (record 2:lB)wa8
sold yesterday to II. 11. Jewett & Co , of
Buffalo, New York, for $25,000. With
the exception of Smuggler and Piedmont
this the largest price ever paid for a
trotting stalliou. It hud been theinten
tion to keep the animal on the turf this
summer in expectation of excerriog Lis
beat record, bat the present owner have
taken him to Aurora, N. Y., and will
place him an a stock farm with the in
tention of permanently retiring him from
Boston, March 22. At a, meeting of
the executive council today, Governor
Butler and his constitutional advisers dis
agreed. Noah A. Ply uip ton, the govern
or's nominee for insurance commissioner
was reported. The nomination was taken
from the table and rejected by a strict
party vote, 7 to 1. On the announce
ment of the vote the governor is report
ed to have said gruffly : "It becomes my
duty to nominate a new candidate for in
surance commissioner. I therefore nom
inate Noah A. Flyuipton, ef Worcester."
So saying, the governor withdrew. The
managers of the republican party hy
the republican councilors will never re
cede from their vote.
A BLOODY BATTLE
Tombstone. A. T March 22. This
afternoon a report reached here of a
terrible conflict between cattle mn"
and Mexicans, in which about sixteen
men were killed. It occurred at Mor
rison's rancbe, thirteen miles from Ft.
Huachuca. We are unable to learn
the cause at this Lour, but the trouble
Is probably the outgrowth of a cattle
dispute between two factiens. A
partr left this morning for the scene.
A carrier from Charleston states that
a party while encaged yeetexdjr after
noon around .some newly fieovered
coal fields, were attacked by a band of
Several men were killed and three
wounded. A party left this morning
with wagons to bring the bodies In.
The coroner left for the purpose of
holding an inquest.
IN OTIIEIt LANDS.
Depopulation in Switzerland.
WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA.
Buenos Aters, March tt. A fight
occurred at Patagonia between troops
of the Argentine Republic and Chil
iaus. owing to a refusal of the former
to quit Chilian territory. Several were I
killed. The Argentines retired acre
Geneva, March 29. Emigration to
America is alarming. Several districts
are last becoming depopulated. Gut-
tanuen is without au inhabitant. TJie
exodus is owing to bad harvests and
Ottawa, March St. John Weston
a former contractor of Ottawa, now of
Moose Ja-A, thirty-four miles from
Regiuia, writing under date of the
llth inrt., speaks of Wiggina storm.
He says it began on the f th at noon.
aud continued in terrible force until
o'clock a. m. oh the Vlh. The wind
was seveuty-five miles an hour. The
air was one mass or show, ir you
were ten feet from your door you
could not find it again, and you could
not stand it without shelter. This is
the greatest storm in a century. In
the middle of the storm a gun was j
fired announcing a person lost. No
one would venture to the rescue. Af
ter two hours' hard fighting with the
storm the party got safely in. A store
500 by 100 feet, two stories high, was
blown over. Many small shanties aud
REMOVED FOR CAUSE.
Civilization in Alaska.
UEuilOVltO TJIttlU P OSTMAUTEK.
WAsiiiNoTON,March 22. The govern
or ot Montana sent the following dU
I paten to the poatoffice department today
" rim i'.iiaritoa af i:rwn Horn MnntDnl
, ' 'I
have removed the democratic post master I
, , . 1 .
oy uanging. government uiei must ue
nrnttv ararre as was piutrht hum buro.
pretty scarce as ne was caugni Darn ourn-
incr. The office is sow vacant. The
sureties have been notified to take charge
of the office."
Receipts of the internal revenue office
for the last fiscal year, $146,400,000. The
receipts July 1, 1882 to March 21, 1883,
exceeded the receipts lor the correspond-
incr norirul nflmtrwr !v 42 200 000 The I
ing penoa oi last year uy 4,W,vjv. i ue I
estimated receipt, for the current fiscal B'?tfjn
year (allowing a deduction of $300,000 thereunder, he will, within tea days after be
J v , , . , Ing notified of the award, (provided such nott-
on account of the chaDges in the revenue
laws) will be $143,025,000. '
MAIL ROUTE IN ALASKA.
Second Assistant Postmaster General
Elmer today ordered the establishment
of a nostal route in the territory of Alas-I
, , . . . ,. .
ka, to extend fron Humes to Jsnesu, a
distance of 150 miles. The contract was
awarded to Shelden Jackson, of the
Vaw Yirk Pro-livteriii rmMjtinnurr aoci
.. . 1 . .. . . ,
eiy. iuis is tuej urst mait route cusv-
lished between points within Alaska.
PBKPABINQ TO STRIKE.
Chicago, March 22. The largely at
tended meeting? in this city and Mil-
. . . . t
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they propose coinir on a strike May 1st,
unless their demand for one dollar in-
crease per thousand is granted by em-1
pioyers. i ne leauers aasert iuii ui
strike will be general throughout the '
Louisville, Ky March 22. The ci
gar makers1 union ot this city betd
meeting last evening and decided to
. . . . . " , , ,
unit j with tliu uuiou in their demand for
one do. i.r j c t'lo-.isnad advance. Tiie
luov ciiii-Qt lor an increase lx;gun Lrre.
fls'iMueuth City Markets.
i-itovisi . i-ivic. riij AC . (utTAH.)
Ke ported bfU.ll. Murphy A C.
. S3.0u6 t.Bo perewt.
.5 e "
. .. ....$3.0
ao&25cu per B
14 " "
... ..... id
SCAO Q, 6.oo per dox.
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. xo e.
4BS0 ct. r ba.
...1J0 OS1.S6 M . -
IS per gal
Cheese (part sktut).....
Cheese (full cream)....
Sugar Cured Hams
Sweet Cider ;..
rittmoth TeUpbons Exemsnf e
1 J. r. Young, reitdsao..
linn not l I.wts( stort.
m. u. Murpn Co..
County Clerk's offlM.
X. H. Lewis, resldsac.
J. V. W.ckbMU. str.
Western Union Telegraph Uce.
I. 11. W Heeler, resid.uve.
I. A. Campbell,
K. 11. W loin am. "
is J bo. waymau,
1 J. W. Jennings. "
17 W. 8. Wise, office.
is Murrtseey BtoSm oSlce.
la W. K. Carter, etere. .
m U. W. Kairfleld, resldeae.
XI M. B Murpnr.
Tl 1. II. Wheeler Co . alct,
23 J. f. Taylor, residence,
' First National Ilauk.
'M J. f. Young, store.
28 Perkins House.
2 K. W. Uyrs. resides.
si Journal ecs. . .
M llgaULDrus. Co office.
aft J, N. Wis, resldeaee.
M , 14. CbaiMsan, "
87 W.. lone.
3d A. N. Sullivan. "
S9 If. K. Talmer. "
W. II. SchUdkneckt.offle.
Bunivau St Woulvy,
A. W. McLaughlin. reideae4
A. falterson. llverr.
C. M. Holmes.
L. I. Bennett, reildenoe.
tleo. . Hmlth, olllce.
L. A, Moere, fior-st.
J. Vt. Karnes, residence.
K. It. Livingston, oflice.
J. V. WeckTiaeh, residence.
it. Bciuidkueelil "
Geo. M. Hmlth.
R. R. LIvlDgnton. -C.
C. Ballard. M
The switch board connects Plattsraouta with
Ashland. Arllnitton. Blair. Counoll Bluffs. Vim.
tuont, Llucoln. Oiuaha aud ElkhoroS tatlon.
For Sale !
N K i, Sec. 3, T. 12, It. IS.
S E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
S. W. I, Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 18.
I and Ni N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, It.
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, it. 13
E I, Lot 10, Block 28.
" 3, u 59.
" 7 & J, "
Tk abovo described farms &re
for salo on long time, . with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
K. U. WINDIIAir,
dtf PlatUmouth. Keb.
Proposals for Military Sup
IlEADQUARTkKSlLgr'T OF THE PLATTF,
Chief Quartermaster's Office.
Skax.hu rsoroiiui. In triplicate, sublect te
the the usual conditions, will be received at
bill. uui.v uiilii mm v mm. ,
April 18, 1S&3. or at the same hour (allowing fer
the difference in time.) t the offices : of th
tjuarterinastcrs at th following vamed stations
at which places and tint they will be opened
In the presence of bidders. for the furnishing
and delivery of Military
Supplies- during the
5 ear commencing juir 1st, isj, ana euaiag
uneaotb, 1S84. as follows 1 Wood. Hjr and
Charcoal, or such or said applies as may b
required at Omaha Depot, tort Omaha, Fort
Niobrara. Fort Sidney. Cheyenne Depot, F.rt
Russell. Fort Steele. Fort Douglas. Fort Kobln
son. Fort Bridger. Fort Jramie. Fort M cKla-
nev. Fort Washakie, and Fort Thorn bureb.
and for the delivery at Fort Thornburgh ! SO
I tlinl U Or ZIW DOUDQI IO U IOB.
Fropo.als will also be received at this ifflc
Ud to the day and hour above named, for th
I delivery on the cars at the point nearest to th
mines or the line of th Union FaclO Railway,
' eight thousand tens of Coal,, of 324 pounds
o tDe AUo for aeUYery mt omana Depot.
or at tations on the mainline of the L'nionra-
rifle Railway east from Kearney .Junction, of
two million pounas corn, ana on muuon
nounds Oats. Bids for tram snouid state id
rate per loo lbs, not per bushel
Froposais for eitner class on"e stores men
tioned, or for quantities less than the wbol
required will , be received. Each proposal
should be in triplicate, iemiatc roa - sacs
akticlb at kaCh statio, and must be ac
companied bv a bona in tne sum oi dv anna
red dollars ($aoO) executed strictly In accord
ance with the printed Instructions, and Upon
the blank form furnished under this advcrtls-
meni, guaranteeing mai in. parj Biasing in.
proDO,ai ,Ball not withdraw th same within
Bcation ue mane wunin me six ij umjm aoov.
mentioned.) accept the same and furnish good
and sufficient sureties, at one, for th faithful
performance of the contract. The Government
reserves the right to reject any r all propo
sals, a preference wui ne given in articles ot
Blank proposals ana pnntea circulars, stal
ing the kind, and estimated quantities of
Wood. Hav and Charcoal reoulred at eaehet
tlon.and giving full instructions a to th
manner of bidding, conditions to be observed
marked! Proposals lor - af .
I and addressed to the undersigned or to th re-
i (pectlv rost and iepot unarteriBasiers.
w kjii v. r Usui, giin,
A. Q. U . U. S. A.. In charg of C. Q. M s of-
nee. iep't. oi tne r utile. - azti
I lull DP BI u( lumnm n iik, w,
i city or Fiattsmoutn oa in Ttn nay o' mwuim-
fjl .fL! ..f
Tax Deed ITotioa
Tu th unknown owner of leabdlvlslo, lot 91.
In see. 7. Town. 12. Bang U east la Cass eenaty
Take nolle tnat tn naarigaea aia an
llth day of May. 1SS1. purchase th said de
I scribed lot at private sal lor in tai
I 1S77. 1S7S and Ists then delinquent;
I lot hrviog been previously ottered at
I sa.ie for the said taxes, and there bel
scribed lot at private sal for th taxes of 17.
being no bid
ders therefor : that said lot was nssrs.ed tor
taxation on the tax books for said years, as be
louglng to aa unknowa wwncr r nev-reaideut
of .aid cuuuty ; that Uietinae of redeia.titf. of
said real e tate from sale will expire oa the ma
day of May, 1SS3. and that if not redeemed
rlor to a:a last nicutionea aaie, a wu
Issacd to the undersigned
PUtUmouth. Neb.. Feb. lth. IS.J -ti
Notice Is hereby given, that pursuant t aa
order of th ceuaty court, of Case County.
Nebraska. 1 wlU sell at pnblie veadn. mm Fri
day; th th day of March, lsss. at IS o'clock
a. nm. on said day. at t he residence of th late
Mrs. Mary Sporer In Mi. Pleasant preelnet.fonx
miles northeast of Weeping Water, in said
ounty. th following personal property, vis t
On mar and colt. 17 cows, ft two year .Id
steers, is yearlings, i heifers. hogs. S6 bash
els ef corn, one wagon aad a full set f f ana Utf
Implements. Terns, sum andr$l. cash, ail
sales sver 10. nine month tins with approves
security, . Chakxbs Hsvviso,
oS-tS . AdmlnUtrater.
Ilotico of Application.
tlee Is hereby givn tiat TT:"'am 1
-. Notice Is hereby fiv.a tat TT:"'m T-
will mak nrlicatU-B before th Connfy (
mtssioiers of case
Cae eoaaty, . rbr- a, e t U Jr .
Bseetlov, it FJa- .W
I S'JrltaowS a4 l-ii M
llMU. 1A Mil I
hi rise of bvnees, U-C . r
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