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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1883.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line General Merchandise.
Full JLine General Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
Bottoinprices for Cash.
Bottom Prices for Cash
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
T T T T" T TTvTirpT rT Trpriit 1
DUAJLllNLrlUIN UUU I L
GOING EAST AND WEST.
Elegant Pay Coaches. Parlor Cars, with Reclin-
fuK Chairs (seats free). Smoking Cars, with Ite
kulvini; Chairs. Pullman Palace Slaeoin? Cars and
ahe famous C. B. A Q. Dining Cars run daily to and
prom Chicago & Kansas Citr. Chicago Council
UJuiTi. Chiciico A Des Moines. Chicago. St. Jo-
Ifrph. Atchison & Topeka. Only through line be-
j n uuicaio, uncoia K uenver. I nrougn cars
If tween Indianapolis Council lilufTs via Peoria.
All connections mad In Union Denote It is
known as the great THROUGH CAR LINE.
Finest Equipped Railroad In the World for all Classes of Travel
J. POTTErt. 3d Vico-Pres't and Ocn'I Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
Come to the front with
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We alv. js buy the best goods in the market, and guarantee everything
r 8cl! We are sole agents in this town for ne sale of
AKD THE CELEBRATED
"B ATA VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Piatt's "Tiger" brand of Baltimore Oysters
always on hand. Come and see us. We ill make you glad.
Hardware, Stoves .and Tinware.
The best and tuost complete assort inert in the city. In the KOCKWOOD
BLOCK, two doors west of Carruths. Call akd see us.
At Wholesale and Uletail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
Opposite, First ; Natidnal JBank.
ol yumcy Kanroaa.)
GOING NORTH AMD SOUTH
Solid Trains of Eleeant Dar Coaches and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily to and
rrom tt. ixuis, via iianmoat, yuxncr, neorux.
liuruneton. cedar Karjids and Albert Lies to St.
Paul and Minneapolis; Parlor Cars with Reclining!
"v. : . A a m i . : ti i . I
jiiu iu aim iiuui oi. uuuin uui rwnauaw
and from St. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
change of cars between St. Louis and Des
Moines, lowa, Lincoln, fiebraaka, and Denver,
It is universally admitted to be the
a complete atock of
HO UNI) SPIOIiS,
AX FOR SALE B
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Order tuki-ii lur u"ius.'. ti:os.' smut s.
II JT -T- i n 1 isss, m M
m w abb nz OK
U U Eel J &S Q fi3 gE
CAlrDIES JHTJD CIG-AB3,
ITJBB BHBieC IB DBF! H HBBh n
nOAltl) by the DAY or WEEK.
3tfl TOT 3
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DEAL.EKS IN ALL KINDS OF
dumber, Sash, Doors. Blinds
The l'i.ATTSMOUTII I iRKALD
In Every Department.
Catalogues $ $
Oizi Stock of HlaiiSIc JPctjjers
And materials is large and complete iu every department,
o:R:d:eir,s bit mail solicited
tKnT ' 1: W IU..'U LrI, 1,1. , "I
J I I IT b III ii dl J- : J
MASON & HAMLIN
KXUV F. MILLER and
P Meals at Al, Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
JH5 IBS IKi.
PUULISIIIN'O COMPANY has
HERALD PUB. CO-
THE NATION'S DEAD.
Arrival of Ex-President Diaz.
BAD TOR BKTTT.
Washington, March SO. Jonathan
G. Bigelow, counssl forSeigeant Ma-
ton while he was on trial for shooting
at Guitefcu, has filed a auit againkt
Mason, hia wifa Betty and tue banking
home of Rigga to recover 3,300 ai
OUK VISITING MEXICANS.
Ex-Iresident Diaz and party arriv
ed here and were uiet the depot- by
Romero, Mexican minister, Davia, as-
ifttant secretary of state, and Swellon
A. Brown, chief clerk of the state de
partment, and escorted to a hotel. The
ex-presidf nt and party will bvpreseut
td to the President by Secretary Fre-
liiiguuyseii this afternoon.
The cctnuiiMiioiier of internal rev
enue denies the published sta euient
that ihe l'i-tUi nt i. deierinined to
abolish by Cino!idaiion about twenty
affiles of collectors of internal revenue.
ThecoiRtuis8iotterSM.il today -that iu
hu judgment li would bu very uuwik
to take such action at present, as the
work devolving upon the service by
the new internal revenue bill will be
enormous from the present time until
at least the ti:st of June.
Milwaukee. March 28. -The funer
al of Postmaster General Howe will
occur at 3 o'clock Wednesdry after
noon, the services being held at the
house of his nephew, Col. James B.
Ilewe. of Kenosha, after which th
body will be taken in a special car to
Green Bay. Telegrams have been re
ceived by Col. Howe announcing that
several members of the cabinent and
a numl.er of congressman will b in
attendance. There is a strong proba
bility that General Grant will be pres
ent. Secretary Lincoln, it is said, is
already on his way. Kenosha is in
mourning, the postofllce being heavily
UECPKCT rOU THK DUD.
Washington, March 23. The follow
ing letter i addressed by tltw weeretary
of state to cabinet officers :
DKPARTMIEJfT OK 8TATK (
Washington. D. C. March i3.
Sias: It i my melancholy duty to in
form you that tiie Hon. Timothy O.
Howe, poatniaster general, and lately
senator of the United States, iied yester-
dmy at Kenosha, Wisconsin, at 2 in the
afternoon. By reason of this affecting
event, the president directs that the de-
partuifcUU f the government and offices
dependent thereon throughout the coun
try be careful to manifest by all custom
ary and appropriate observance the hon
or due to the memory of one so eminent
in office anFpublic esteem, and so dis
tinquiihed and respected a citizen. To
this end the president directs that the
postoffice department and its dependen
ces in the capital be draped in mourn
ing f' a pcriiKl of thirty -lays, and tlr.it
the several virciuive drj-ai '. luciita l'c
closed Weduesday next, lh day of the
fuuerU and that U all govcrutiuiiit
b'-iiMui,; i :r-i.4 r- ih Ua:te l .5t.its
tho naUonal ll tg fch-h be draped ud
dipiay'l a1. Iialt in t. I !iiv Die du.i
or sir, to !e your o'lddicat aervn-.it.
(Signed ) Fked-uick FhklixghcysKN.
The following order hat b -e:i itbued
by Ihe postoffice department:
Order N. It i my pui.iful duty
to announce to the officers employed in
this department of thu death of liou.
Timothy O. Howe, which occurred at
Keuosha, Wisconsin, on the 23th iust. at
2 p. m. By his death the department
loses a chief of eminent ability, whose
superior ability for the important posi
tion was recognized by every subordinate
with whom he came in contact. Timothy
O. Howe was a man with whom and un
der whom it was a pleasure as well as an
honor to serve. Bv his death the coun
try loses an able.honest statesman, whose
public career was marked by clear judg
ment, failhful service, justice to all. The
loss of such a man is a country's loss. In
obediedce to the executive order flags of
this department shall be displayed at
half mast for thirty days and the de
partment be closed on the 38th inst. the
day appointed for the funeral. As a fur
ther mark of respect it is hereby order
ed that the department bs drajted for
thirty days. It is further ordered that
on ihe 83th inst. the postoffices through
out the country be closed between the
hours of 2 and 5 p. m.
(Signed.) Frank A. Hatton.
Acting Postmaster General.
The massive columns at the entrance
of the postoffice department building
are heavily- draped in mourning. He
was held in universal respect and esteem
by his subordinates. His death has cast
Tioe gioom over the entire depart-
THE DHAIDWOOD DISASTER.
Another Libel Suit.
A BRILLIANT BALL.
D ROW MED.
Savannah, Ga., March 28. Charles
O. Lamatto. of the Morning News edi
torial stuff, was drowned in the river
btlow the city yesterday, by the
swamping of u boat.
A bio ball.
New Yokic, March 2C A fancy
dress ball was given to-night by Mr.
Mrs. W. H. Vandeibilt, in their new
mansion. It was unquestionably the
most brilliant entertainment ever
given in New York.
FRIENDLY TO 1IATTON.
Peouia, 111., March 28. The Na
tional Democrat of this city, will to
morrow name Frank Halton, fust as
sistant postmaster general, as the most
suitable man to succeed the Iut T. (.
Howe us post waile i- genera).
PlTTSBUito. Mrch 39. C P. Mark
& Sons, tho largest paper manufactur
ers in Western Pennsylvania, have
assigned for the benefit of creditors to
Jesse H. Lippiucott, of this city.
Liabilities, SloO.QOO; assets nearly a
CniCAGO FOOT FADS.
Cuicaoo, March 26. The foot pads
of this city have ceased to attack mcu
at night. They seem to be devoting
their attention to ladies from the as
saults and robberies reported in tho
last three days. Two ladies were
roughly handled and goods stolen.
A SOLID SALE.
Cincinnati. March 26. The stock
holders of the Cincinnati & Baltimore
railway today voted to ratify the con
tract sale of their road to the Cincin
nati. Washington & Baltimore railroad
company. 23,750 shares of stock voted
in fayor of the sale and none against
it. 1,200 shares did not vote.
TUB RED MKN.
Tccson, A. T., March 2C Last uiht
baud ot Indians passed near Wilcox,
going south. A dispatch lrom Camp
Grant says a baud is reported near IIos
kcr's ranch. Troops are iu pursuit.
Agent Wilcox reports no Indians ofl' the
reservation, but the Indians killed in tlie
Huacheras were San Carlos Indians. A
disyatch from Agent Wilcox says iu ad
dition to the evidence of the complete
contentment and cheerful industry of.the
San Carlos Indians it is conclusive that
none of their friends are on the war
AN fcMTOR IX TKOCHI.K.
Detroit, March 26. An important
libel suit was begun here today iu the
superior court. Prof. Donald McLeon,
of the medical department of the state
university, sues John C. Scripps, editor
of the Evening News, of this city, for
$50,000 damages for publishing from a
Canadian paper an article averting that
the professor committed adultry with a
female patient from Ti sou burg, Ontario,
ho went to Ana Arbor, f.r treatment,
and was placed in his care. The de
fense plead justification and propose to
prove facts. Tae case ia of great inter -eat
THE SCENE OF DISASTER.
Buaidwood, March 26. Great
crowds of miners, women and children
remained throughout the night and
the greater portion of the day, to wit
ness the removal of the bodies of the
drowned mintrs from the fatal Dia
mond mine.and some of the scenes were
very distressing. Froui twelve mid
night up to noon twenty-six bodies
were taken from the shaft, and of
these the following rould be recog
nized: Patrick Wall, Jos. Smith, Jos
Carroll, Frank Kloss, John Johnson,
Michael Bannon, Matthew Redmond,
John Cullough, Anson DrenbroJhy,
August Pallnais, Frank Merry, Daniel
Mc Bride, John Brakanai:, Herman
Urber. John Boyd. John Aikens
Seven remained unidentified. The
bodies generally arc in a very advanced
state'of decomposition. At 1 o'clock
this morning the funeral train left the
city for the Diamond mine to remove
the bodies to the cemetery. By iTine
o'clock eighteen bodies were in coffins
and transferred to two flat cars, and
the train moved out. Aa it was pass
ing the edge of the village of Diamond
Mrs Redmond signalled the train and
was allowed to take the coffin in which
her boy was placed, she declaring that
she would give him a proper burial.
At Braid wood many sad scenes oc
curred, women and children crying
bout the train and demanding that
the coffins be taken from the ears and
the lids removed, which in many cases
was done. The remains were then
plaeed tn hearses and afterwards given I
Die (ueeii and 1 lie Em
peror. "Number One" Again.
Berlin, Murch Vfi. The Linperor
William passed a good mgut. llo
kept his bed until 1 oVIork this after
noon. Victoria's iikaltii.
Ixmm)n, March Queen Victoria
was able today to atlcml the baptism
of the inlunt daughter of thoduko and
duchess of Albany
T1IK I It IS 1 1 IN A.MI.UICA.
London, March '11.- Tho daily Tel
egrnph considers ns preposterous the
report that the government has
scut a inenuciug note to Washington
iu i ogard to tho utterances and writ
ings of the Irinh dynamite party in
America. It says theUnilcd Slates
government's attitude of indilTeretico
at the ravings of tho:o nu n in the
same as that which Lnluud has al
ways adopted towards exiles taking
ivfuge in this country.
"numhi h osr.."
IUJMX, March '27. The Free ill airs-
Journal 1 1 a ( m that the correspond
ence which pnnfccd between the homo
office and Lowell, United States min
ister, has resulted iu ihe 1'oriuer re
nouncing i.11 hope ul "M-curing un cx
triulition of the pernou Known a
"Number One." The Journal de
clares that "Number One," whoso
name is Tyiier, M as in Dublin until
the first day James Carey was exam
ined, al the hearing of tho conspira
tors, lie tin n managed to reach Bre
men by w ay of Hull.
(Iiicsnso tint in .Market.
VI' TO J O'CLOCK I'. M.
Special Dispatch to tli; IIl'.UAI.n.
Chicago, March 2 Call 3 p. in.
Murch, 101" ;April lOy;1,'; May HO;.
Junu, 1 10.
March 51 U ; April 51 Ji; May. 50:
June, 57 1.
Corn 400 cars.
riaUsniouth City Markets.
PROVISIONS, riSL'IT, l'KKI AC . (j:j-.TAIL)
Jteperlea by M. 15. Murphy & Co.
. . ?3.oor,..Vi pr !.
Kr o "
Wll2'riH per 11
uye t lour
Cli-:e (part t-kiiii)....
Clieeoe (f nil en;ainj...
Miliar cured Hams.
IJacon 14 " "
KlioulrifPi ir "
Drl-d Jiecf 13 "
1'oultiy ?i4..'i (a, T,.m pT !z.
El!" 12', V. "
Choice Potatoes VA'jtM ct. per hu.
Sweet " ijl.wj "
Beets 7.1 cts
Onions .... 7' tin "
Apples (winter) l.WJ Q.'ttt;x, "
Sweet Cider irc per tal
Oysters, select vt& per cjjj
(jominon vt "
Proposals for Military Sup
llKAlKCAHTKllS.KI-'r tiV T1IK t'l.A'ITl:.
Cliiel Quiii W nnaMi i's UW'.
Omaha, Nkis., March 7ih. IfifZ.
Sf.ai.ki piioi'OKAi.M. in tiii lii-atc. sui.JeH to
the t lie usual coiul it loiic, v. ill lie K-(i ivt l at
this oniee until iJ u Hock M.. on w diici-day,
Aeril Ik. uxi, or at the rami- hour (ai;nii,i; lor
tlie dilK-rence in time.) at the ohiccs l the
ijuarteriiiHstcri" at t n" loiiowln mio.( d stai 'ins
at which places and t me they w i.i ,c opci.rd
in the plenciice of liidd-rs, tortile f -ii hlng
and delivery til Mlatary Mipplics li nnu' me
year coiiiinciicnig .luly 1st, l.t, ai4i ending
June 30lli, l-4. a IoIIomh : Wood. Hay and
Charcoal, or i-ucli )f said supplies a may he
required at Omaha 1 cot. 1'oi t Om;.l:a. Fort
Niohiara. Fort -Milne). C.'ieyennc Depot, I'ort
Russfll. Fort Steele. Fort Duula. I'ort Rohin
oii, Fort l.i itler. Fort Laiainie. Fort McKiu
ney. Fort W'arhakle, and l'.n t I honiPiirii,
and lor tin; dcliveiy at Fort I lioml inyii i jm
tons of Coal of TZV pounds to tin: ton.
1'ioporals w i.l also he reccHt-d at this iflice
up to the da) and hour al.ove named, lor I tie
delivery on the cars at the point nearest to thf
niioes or tile line of the t'uiou I'acilic Railway,
of eiht thousand ton of Coal,, of V'io pound
to the ton. Al) for delivery at Omana Depot,
or at f tations on Ihe main line of the L'nion Va
riflc Kahway east from Kearney Junction, of
two million pounds Corn, and one million,
pounds Oats. Rids for train should state tlie
rate per lw lbs, not per bailie.
Froponals for either claxa of tlie tores men
tloned. or for quanlitiea less than the w bols
required will, be received. Each iroMal
ehould be la triplicate, aKl'AUATK KiH kach
akticle at each STATio.v, and 111 u st be ac
companied bv a bond in the cum M five hund
red dollars (tVKi) executed Urictlyln accord
ance with the printed instructions, und upon
the blauk form furnished undertliis advertie
nient, Kuarariteetng that the party m.ikiin; the
propoaal shall not withdraw the same withii,
sixty days from the date announced lor open
ing them ; mid supplier bid lor. awarded
thereunder, he w ill, within ten days alter be
ing notified of the award, (provided such noti
fication be made within tlie fixty days above
mentioned. ) accept the same and fiirnMi good
and Mifiice iit sureties, at once, for the fnithful
performaut-e of the contract. The (iovr-mineiit
reserves Hu-riht to reject any or all pro)o
sals. a pn fert nee will begven to article of
lilanK proposals and printed circu:ai-s, stat
ing the kind, and estimated quantities of
Wood, Hay and C harcoal required at each Ma
t ion. and clvlng full instrut-tloDS as to the
maimer of bidding, conditions to be obnervwd
ty bidders and terms of coutract. He, w ill ba
furnished on application fi this oflice or to the
Wnarterniaxters at the various btatioiiD named.
Knvelojies containing proposals should be
marked : "Propoals lor t . "
and addressed to the undersigned or to the i re
spective Post and Depot tjuat terniastera.
x ., UJ.0,1.N V- 'tiKfcV.Caiitaiii.
A. Q. M . V.H. A iu charge ol '. y. M a of
flce, Iep't. of the FU;te. 5214
Xotiee is hereby given that I will cll t pub
lic auctloii.in front of theeounty clerk's oiica.
oclock p. ia, on Saturday, the jit day of
March, 183, certain persoua I .property ol on '
John Johnson, deceased. ..Said proH.-rty on''
slat of on shot run. one 4moI. one wstslf
mmA Jhit. .n. ill.i I. . . H -t ' jr.,. - N
III riaiisiiiouin. Cum (Jo.. Nl,i-nlru at
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