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lM,ATTSMOUTII, XEISltlsKA, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1883.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE! EH
Full Line General Merchandise.
Full Line General Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
(Chicago, Burlington & Quincy r?al!roaci.)
GOING EAST AND WEST.
Elccant Day Coaches. Parlor Cars, with Reclin
ing Chairs (scats free). Sniokinir Cans, with Ito-
volvinjj Chairs, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars and
the famous C. B. & O. Dinintr Cars run daily to and
from Chicago" & Kansas City, Chicago & Council
UluITs, Chioao & Des Moines. Chicago, St. Jo
seph. Atchison & Topeka. Only thmuirlt line le-
tween Chicago, Lincoln & Denver. Through cars
ix-tween Indianapolis council iiluirs via l'eoria.
AU connections made in Union Ix-noU. It is
known as Cie great THROUGII CAU LiN'E.
Finest Equipped Railroad in the
rr. J. POTTER, 3d Vice-Pres't and Gcn'l Manager.
Come lo the froiit ui:h
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH AND NICE
We always buy the host poods in the market, and guarantee everything
we sell ' We are sole .".gents in this town for the s.-i'e tf
" PKRFKCTIOX" GROUND SIM CHS,
AND THE CELEBKATKD
"BATAV1A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Plutt'.4 "Tisrer" lircncT of IJ.tltiniore Oysters
always on hand. Come and see us. V'e make you gla:l.
- A X D
At Wholesale and Ketail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
Opposite First National Bank.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE LTV
. ' -
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
- The best and most complete assortment hi 'the city. In the IIOCKWOOD
BLOCK, two doora west of Carruths. Call and see vs.
Prices for Cash,
Prices for CJash
sr i a a
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Train of Elegant Pay Coaches and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily to andl
rrom si. iuis, via iiannioai, uuincy, &.eoKUK,
Uurlinirton. Cedar Kapids and Albert Lea to St. I
Paid and Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with Reclining
Chairs to and from St. Louis and Peoria and to!
and from fct. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
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i u.Lii;,'u cars wiwreii i. . ixiuia nna utfsi
Moines, 1-iwa, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Denver,
It is universally adruittod to be the
World for all Classes of Travel-
PEECCVAL LOWELL, den. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.l
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a complete ftock of
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Orders takt!i r'r WIIAUN IrKOS." sflJKTS.
l:OAi:Uby the DAY or WEEK.
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Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DEAL.ERS IX ALL KINDS OK
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The PLATTSMOUTII HERALD
In Every Department.
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LEG-AIL 331. A-ISTICS,
Onr Slo3:( of BlanX Pausrs an-1 ateriais is Largo and Oimlcts
In quality and assortment.
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED.
PL ATI SMOUTH HERALD PCB. CO.
Szib 'scribe for tKe JDaily JBEeralcL
-MASON 4.t HAMLIN
j HENRY F. MILLER and
Meals at AU Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
PUBLISHING COMPANY has
NEWS FROM THE CAPITOL.
t-' AT KS.
Wahiiinuton, Murclt 2:. The jrebi
lent has appointed Joliu M. Wadswortli,
consul at Sultillo, Mexico, and John L.
Pui 1m!i, of Illinois, coim.i1 to Chemnitz,
FOUitUiN HtlKNDl.Y ItKI.ATlONS.
Miiiiater West was akd tliid alu rnc.ou
if there was unv loumhiti iii for tht state-
nut that the recent viole;.t utterances of
professing Anieriean citizu4 cnc;rniu
the ilyiiauiitc explosion in lxi lou, muy
disturh the Hinicahh? rel-itioiis netween
Great Hlitluii atid tli; L.titi:d State-i. He
refused to talk olli.-ially, but during th
coiiversallon said You can state that
the relations between the two countries
r.ig never inor cordial, and ft Ketler ul-
deratandiug never existed. I don't Bli
the slightest reasons to apiir.'heud that
tlic'aerelatu i:s Iiihj be impaired."
PROVISIONS FOU POSTMASTKKS.
The pojtollu-e ilepai hncut has rdready
rreeivi-i! and fi!rl tor exainiuatiou a
largo number of claims of postmasters
who are entitled to increased salary uu-dt-r
the provisions of the readjustment
act, known as the Snimlding bill, passed
ut the last bessiou of congress. An at
torney, representing a number of these
postmasters, ia now in Washington and
has made an informal argument on their
behalf at the postoffice department, main
taining that the increase of fcalariea pro-
Ividedforby the act may properly he
paid out of the regular appropriation lor
salaries for the current fiscal year. The
officers of the department, however, as
sert that the law providing for the read
justment of postmasters' salaries cannot
be carried into effect without a specific
appropriation; that to pay the increase
of salaries out of the regular appropria
tion would create a deficiency. It is the
intention of the department to begiu the
work of readjusting salaries under the
two per cent postage law as provided for
in the Bingham bill, as soon a possible.
The acting secretary of th'i treasury
has received a comniunicatio.i from the
officers of Ht-veral banks in Chicago, ask
ing that the silver curtificatos issued by
the assistant United States treasurer at
at that city be nmdy to bear some maik
of identification, and that the gold re
ceived there be held to redeem such cer
tificates and no others, that the assistant
treasurer in Chicago ho eusplied with a
reasonable amount of both large and
small certificates, and that different de-
nominations be ifaUo lutercnaugaoie.
The acting secretary replied that it is not
deemed expedient to put distinctive
marks on the current series of gold cer
tificates for the purpose of identification
as an issue ot the Chicago office.aud that
such mark, would, in his opiuion.lead to
complications and tend to discredit these
certificates in other cities where in the
ordinary course of circulation they might
go. The department, he says, is not at
present prepared to authorize th issue
of a distinctive series tor Chicago alone,
since that involves the question of a sep-
erate and distinct series for each sub
treasury. If, however, the bankers of
Chicago wish to exchange one denomin
ation of certificates for another, and will
so inform him, the department in view of
the existing circumstances.will cause the
Chicago office to be supplied with gold
certificates of smaller deuomiuations.and
authorize the desired exchange.
The Queen's Injury-
Mount iEtna's Eruption.
Paris. March 23. Victor Hugo
Bigned the petition for thy liberation
of Prince Krapotkine.
Berlin, March S3. Tbt$ emperor is
suffering from a slight cold. Ilia doc
tors nave advised him to take a lew
St. Petersburg , March 23. The
committee appointed to inquire into
the official conduct of the ministry of
the inteiior, discovered frauds in the
postal department amounting to 40,
London, March 33. Lord Ilolden is
dead.' Captain Carey, who command
ed a party of Eugiish soldiers when
Prince Napoleon wa3 killed ia Zulu
land, is dead.
THE QUEER'S INJITOT.
Loxnox, March IS.The more the ac-
cldent to Queen Victoria is Thvcstiga
ted the more it becomes evident tha
it wan of a moat trifling nature. No
alarm has been felt here at any time,
and no bulletins have been issued. A
nufllcient indication is that neither
hti ph3sicians nor the public are con
cerncd about the condition of the
NOT DKAt, BUT WRECK KD.
iNXKrEO, March 3.5. Word has
Jubt reached hers of the wrecking in
the latter part of August, while cros
sing Creat Slave lake, of tho British
citcum-polar expedition, detailed to
take observations last year. No lives
lout, but considerable hardship en
dured. The expedition arrived at Ft.
Itae, its destination, September 2d.
placed its instruments and had taken
Salaino, March 23. The eruption
of Mount -Etna is increasing in vio
leuce. A i:ew crater has opened. The
lava threatens to ovei whelmn Nieol-
osiand other villages. The people are
fleeing from their houses. Troops are
aH:ii.sting to save property. Eleven
fissured have appeared in the mount
ain. The central opening is active. No
discharge of lava.
IN T UUEStTn Xi IT EMS.
A Reduction of Business Fail
ures. (Jtiieral illliic-elluiiy.
Providence, March 23. Seibo Slo
cuui was placed on the democratic
ticket for lieutenant governor.
A SNOW STORM,
Baltimore, March 21. The snow
has fallen steady since 0 a. in. and now
covres the ground to the depth of four
Lewistowx, Me., March 'Si. The
st-itue of Charles Sumner, purchased
by the class of 1834, at Bates college,
was unveiled tonight.
OUR MEXICAN GUESTS.
Chicago, March 23. General Diaz
and the others of the Mexican party
left for the east this morning, making
their first stop at Niagara Kails.
Ad Inter Ocean East Tawas, Mich.,
special says the heaviest snow of the
season fell last night. Eight inches
. . it. a ii z ... i :n
on a level. v nonueasi, uiutmu
now prevailing. Roads blockaded.
Little Rock, March t3. Blanch
ard, an Iowa editor, was arrested at
Hot Springs today, charged with writ
ing a letter to his paper slandering a
promintnt citizen of that place.
New York, March 23. Charles Ab
bott, of the Emmett dramatic com
pany, attacked C. It. Gardiner, theatri
cal manager, and struck him several
blows in the face before he could be
Boston, March 23. Noah A. Plymp
ton, Governor Butler's nominee for in
surance commissioner, rejected by the
advisory council yesterday, today re
quested the governor to withdraw his
New York, March 28. Business
failures for the last seven days, 195,
as against 285 last week, a reduction
of SO. New England states 17, mid
dle 39, Pacific states and territories 12,
western 51, southern 38. New York
city t, Canada 4. Total, 195.
Louisville, March 23. The fund
for the relief of flood sufferers, amount
ing to 812,000, remaining in the hands
of the mayor to be distributed among
the sufferers, will be used as far a it
will go in putting the poorest persons
on their feet again in a way of provid
Tucson, A.T., March 23. A Charles
ton special says Wm. Murphy, A. J.
Woolen, James Wolfolkand Wm. Arm
strong were killed at Clark coal camp.
Huachuca mountains, by a band of
Ap.ichs from Sonera. One Indian
w.vh kided. A special from Total
Wrec: -avt too Anachert have iachel
Whites toje mountains. A I'rench
mau and lour Mexicans v. c.re killed
The bodies weif brought into Total
Wreck. OthffH av supposed u be
killed. Troops :uo out.
Albuquerque, X. M., .Maiv'isi.
The trouble! between iho cattle aud
sheep men of tun American valley is
becoming alarming. Monday a cow
boy named Nelson Curtis, an employe
of a largo stock man named Patton,
and reputed to be a partner of Senator
John Logan, while iu camp alone was
foully murdered by two Mexican sheep
herders. The cattle men offer $500
reward for the capture of the murder
ers. A large party started in pursuit
The whole valley is terribly excited.
The trouble has been leng forming
and may end in open warfare.
A TEKRIBLK TRAGEDY.
Muscoukk, I. T., Match 13. A
bloody affair occurred on the border of
the Semluole nation. Brady, Bretny,
Hi Ptrryman, Billy Grimmitt and an
Indian were engaged iu a game of
cardii, which finally ended in a free
fight. Iu which the Indian killed Bret
uy and Perryman. Grimmitt, who
took no active part in the light, waa
accidentally shot by one of the three
during tho shooting. The next morn
ing two brothers named Mose and
Gabriel Marshall, friends of the dead
men, followed tho Indian, who had
fled, and coming up with him, riddled
his body full of bullets.
l'lattsinoutli City Markets.
V KOVIHIONH, KUUir, PEED AO . (MKTAIL)
Reported by M. H. Murphy a Co.
.. 13.00 di 4.00 per c(.
IS " "
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, $4.rio&B.uu perdoz.
.. aa M'i o. "
i0 c. "
, 60 ct. per bu.
75 CU '
75 CU "
...1,00 ft IM "
iUtA per can
Cheese (iuu t .klui)...
Cln-f h-(full crt-ain). .
HiiKar Curcil JL&jua...
A Mih's (whiter)
I'latUiii tut th Telephone Exchange.
I J. V. Youiiir, re-ildei.ca.
lit-iinetl &, Lewis, Hlore.
M. B. Murphy & Co., "
County Clrrk'H ofllee.
K. 11. I a-win, l eHldeucu.
J. V. Werkbacli, toi'0.
Western Union Telegraph Oflleo.
D. H. Wheeler, reblUiaic.
D. A. Campbell, "
It. U. wiitouain,
.inn. Way man,
J. W. Ji'iuilUK.
W. H. Wine, oulee.
Morrhmey Bros,, ofllce.
w . ic. carter, .lore.
2U o. W. Fairfield, residence.
Ul M. B Murphy,
ti D. 11. Wheeler & Co . cfllr.
is J. P. Taylor, residence,
2 First National Bauk.
'M J. 1. Youiik, store.
'M Perkins House.
JS) Jt. W. livers, residence.
31 Journal ofllce.
34 Hkha m Pub. Co office.
36 J. N. Wise, reIUetw;e.
Sfl H, M. Chapman, "
37 W. I. lones, "
as A. N. Sullivan, "
89 H. K. Palmer, "
40 W. II. Hchlldknecht, office.
41 Kulllvan & Wooley,
42 A. W. Mclaughlin, retddensej
4-i A. Patterson, livery.
44 C. M. Holmes. "
4A L. D, Bennett, resldeuce.
4 (ico. S. Hinlth. offlee.
47 L. A. Moore, flor.st.
4'J .1, W. Barnes, residence.
60 Jt. It. J.lvluuxton, office.
307 J. V Week bach, residence.
3-V) (;hailaln WiiKht, "
10 v . ji. Mcniidkneciit "
34 Ceo. H. Hnilth,
3M Jt. Jt. LivliiKMton. "
315 C. C, Ballard,
The switch board connects Plattsmouth with
Ashland, Arlington, Blair, Council Bluff's, Fre
mont, Lincoln, Otnalva and KlkhoriiStallon.
For Sale !
X E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, B. 13.
S E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
S. W. I, Sec. 3, T. 12, Jt. 13.
and N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, It.
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, It. 13
E I, Lot 10, Block 28.
" 7 & 9,
The above dcBcribed farms are
for sale on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
r. u. windiiam:,
d9tf Plattsmouth, Keh.
Proposals for Military Sup
HEADQrABTEBSjINCP'T OF THE PLATTE.
Chief Quartermaster's Office.
Omaha, Neb.. March 7tb, ISM.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, subject to
the the usual conditions, will be received at -this
office until 12 o'clock M.. on Wednesday,
April 18. 1883. or at tbe same hour (allowing for
the difference In time.) at the offices of the
Quartermasters at tne louowins; satnea stations
at which places and time they will be opened
in the presence of bidders, for tbe furnishing
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SiUU delivery ui iutiibai ouyyiimm uuuui uv
ear ceminencing Juiy 1st, iihh, ana enaiuK
nne 30th. 1884. as follows : Wood. Hay and
Charcoal, or such of said supplies as may b
required at omana repoi, r on umaua. r on.
Niobrara. Fort Sidney. Cheyenne Depot, Fort
Russell. Fort Steele. Fort Douglas, Fort Robin
son. Fort Bridger, Fort Laramie, Fort Mc Kin
ney. Fort Washakie, and -Fort Tbornburgn.
and for tbe delivery at Fort Thornburgh of 300
tons of Coal of 2240 pounds to tbe ton.
Proposals will also be received at this Mem
np to tbe day and bour above named, for tbe
delivery on tbe cars at tbe point nearest to tba
mines oc tbe line of tbe Union Pacific KaUwar,
of eight thousand tons of Coal., of 2244 pound
to the ton. Also for delivery at Omaha Depot,
or at stations on the main Une of tbe Union Pa
cific Kai: way east from Kearney Junction, of
two million pounds Corn, and one million
pounds Oats. Bids for s rain should state the
rate per 100 lbs, not per bushe.
Proposal for either class of tbe stores men.
tloned. or for quantities less than tbe whole
required will.be received. Kacb proposal
bould be ia triplicate, srfabate tost kacm
akticle at each btatiow, and roust be ac
companied bv a bond In the sum or five bund
red dollar (M0) executed strictly In accord
ance with Hie printed Instruction, and upon
the blank form furnished under this advertise
ment, guaranteeing that the party making the
proposal shall not withdraw the same within
sixty days from the date announced for open
ing them ; and supplies bid for, awarde4
thereunder, be will, within ten days after be
ing notified of tbe award, (provided such noti
fication be made within tbe sixty days above
mentioned.) accept tbe same and furnish good
and sufficient sureties, at once, for tbe faithful
performance of the contract. Tbe Government
reserves the rigbt to reject any or all propo
sals, a preference will be given to articles of
Blauk dtodos&Is and orinted circulars, stat
ing tbe klud. and estimated quantities of
Wood, Hay and Charcoal required at each sta
tion, ana giving iuu instructions as to tne
manner of blading, conditions to be observed
by bidders and terms of contract, etc., will be
furnished on application to this office or to tbe
Quartermaster at tbe various stations named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked :" Proposals for at
and addressed to the undersigned erto the l e-
8pcllve Post and Dei
. f ir it a a i.
UN V. FCKEV, Captain.
, In charge of C. Q. !' of
flee. inm)!. of the Ilatte. $-14
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