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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1883.
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THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full JLine General Merchandise.
Full ILinc General Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
IJottorngPrices for Cash.
Bottom Prices for Cash
JOSEPH V. WECKBACH.
(Chicago, Burlington A. Qulncy Railroad.)
III I ill T 1 ' Ss?r-7'-SLJJ MZ&rYVf2Z!d
GOING EAST AND WEST.
t Day Cottcbea, Parlor Cars, with Raclin
haira (seat. free), bmoklnr Carm. vith Ha
rm uuurs. tmuman Palace Bleeping Cars and
famous C. B. St Q IHning Cars run daily to and
i.mrgo at n uiy. vmrago az council
Bluffs. Chicajr o A Des Moines. Chtc&cro. fit. Ju-
pepn. Atcblsoa & Topeka. Only through line be-
CUcaro, Lincoln St Denver. Through cars
an Indianapolis & Council Bluffs ria Peoria.
wt. It is
tail connections made in Union
Ikaowsi as the creat THROUGH CAB
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Elegant Day Coaches and Pull
man Palace Bleeping Cars are run dally to and
from St. Louis, via Hannibal, Owner, Keokuk,
BurUncton. Cedar Raoidsand Albert Lea to St.i
Paul and Minneapolis; Parlor Cars with Reclining
Chairs to and from St. Louis and Peoria and to
ana irom ti. uoma ana ottumwa. Only obu
change of cars between St. Louis and Dee
Biotnes, iowa, uiuvun. Kebraaka, aaa Vesrer,
It l3 ururereauy admitted to be the
Finest Equipped Railroad In the World far all Claaaaa af Travel.
fT. J. POTTER. 3d Vioe-Pres't and Gent Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL. Gen. Pass. A'i. ChlesM.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
C'oiue to thf front with a complete i-tock of
and Fancy Groceries
We alwa;. 8 buy the best goods in the market, ami guarantee everything
we sell We are sole agents in this town for the sale of
PERFECTION" GROUND SPICES,
AND TOE CELEBRATED
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Piatt's "Tiger" brand of Baltimore Oysters
always on hand. Come ami see us. We ill make you glad.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE B
f elf: .
-- DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
Tb Lt aii.l mt caipU-v aa-ortmei'.t in the city. In the ROCKWOOD
BlOCK, lvu tJ.-.r west of CurtUths. CALL AND SEE US.
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At Wholesale and It c tail. Cash
paid for all kinds of country
produce. Call and see me.
Opposite First National Hank.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
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Orden takui tor Vt H.)N 1KdS.' sm.lii.
CJAsTJDXJUS J-JSTJD CIGARS.
J$?h - MASON A HAMLIN
BOAld) by the DAY or WEEK
Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
ILn TO" 3EEr JB5 IE3 IRi.
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets.
DEAL.ERS rN ALL KINDS OF
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds
MZZED PITS, LIME,
ILaoivcst Rates. Terms Cash
The l'i,. I'TrtMOlTTII i-RUALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
i-vi-rj facility for first-class
In Every Department.
General Howe's Funeral.
BRADY ANUKBLLOUU INDICTED.
HERE AND THERE.
Murder at Hastings.
THE t'OMINU CO N CLAVE.
Catalogues Pamphlet Work
LEGAL BLANKS, .
SALE BXXjXjS, '
Oii7 Stoc7i- of JSlanTz JPajpers
And materials in Urrt and complete in everv deDartmnt.
OBLIlRS BY -A 3 L EC LICITED.
'.PLATTSMOUTH HERALD PUB. CO
Washinotojc, March 17. Ex-Prei
deat Disz, of Mexico, was formally pre
sented to the president today, by the sec
retary of state, accompanied by several
members of the ttnlt, the minister of
Rome and General Foster.
WILL SOT hkbiux
Act iajf upon advice from friends Col-
ector lIttincn,of IJrownvilk-, Texas, in
forms the acting secretary o.' the treas
ury that he muat decline to resign an requested.
SHADY AND KKLLtXIO.
The grand jury returned indictments
this af ternoou against Thomas J. Brady
for corrupt official action in connection
with two of the Price routes,oue aguinst
Wui. Pitt Kelloj; for unlawfully receiv
ing money from Price for the conhidera
tion ot cortuptly inrtu nciu Brady in
regard to Price's mail route, aud one
against Brudy and Ktllojjjf fr conspiracy
in connection with the bini- routea.
UOW It's KL'.NEUAL
Kknohiia. Wik, II arch 27. Major
Totton auti Fruuk Howe ar here from
Waahing'ou. lt--v. H. M. and Hev.
Ito'M. C'-llyer re expected here tonight.
A diitpatch from Mudmou atates that the
entire slate legislature and all atate offi
cers will be here touiorrow.including 150
eraoua, A 8pcial tr iiu is placed at
their dipo.sd. which will arrive in the
morning. The citizen committee from
Green Bay will r-ach here tomorrow. A
delegation of forty-five will be in attend
auce from the Chicago poat office. A
special funeral train will convey the
party to Green Bay tomorrow, leaving
here at eleven o'clock. - All business
places in the city arc draped in meurn
ing. All business will be suspended
during the atteruoou tomorrow. The
Kenoaha fire department and various se
cret orders will attend the funeral in a
body. On account of the large number
who will be in attendance it has been de
cided to hold the services in the Unitar
ian church in order that as many as pos
sible may have an opportunity to see and
hear. A committee will meet the funer
al train at Green Bay. The' remains will
be cenveyed first to the hoaae where a
short service will beheld beford proceed
ing to the grave. About two hun Ired
will come from Milwaukee.
Washixgtox, D. C. March 22
After recess the if rand jury came into
court with a number of indictments.
Among them are the following:
The United States vs . Thomas J. Brady
for unlawfully receiving of money and
post a! drafts to the amount of $3,000,
while second assistant postmaster gener
al, from Jas. B. Price, as a reward for
making a contract for mail service with
nee on July 13, 1880, upn the star
routes from Soccorro to Silver City. New
Against Wm. Pitt Kellogg and Thom
as J. Brady, for conspirac y on April 17,
1880, with Price to defraud the United
States by means of falsw oath" and frau 1
nlent claims to be made for increase!
pay for expeditiou on post routes from
Munroe to Shreveuort, and from Sn A.n
tonia to Corpus Christ i
Against Wiu.Pitt Kellogg,ettiug forih
that ou April 17, 1880, whilst senator
from Louisiana, he did unlawfully re
ccive from James B. Price. cCiractor.
a certain sum of money in postal draft
and promissoiy notes, together to tin
value of $2,000,for serv'ce of procuring,
persuading and inducing Tiioma J.
Brady, second assistant postmaster gen
eral, to award and to allow to Price an
increase of pay and compensation for
carrying the mails, and corruptly in
fluencing the action of said Brady there
Another presentment against Brady
for having on or about April 17, 1880,
unlawfully received certain money, pos
tal drafts and notes, being of a total
value of $20,000, as compensation for
the service of awarding to Jas. B. Price,
mail contractor, in each of the roates
from Monroe to Shr eves port and San
Autonto to Corpus Christi. to carry the
mails with increased speed, and for in
creased pay. 1 be witnesses named are
John R. Welsh, Jas. B. Price, Jos. Coch
ran and J. W. Brady.
AOCOXVODATIONS FOB 6UBBTS.
San Fbancmco, llareh 17. The
xecutire committee of the Knights
Templars hare not been successfu
Ayet in arranging for the accommoda
tion of Tlsiting commanderies. Only
two houses, the Occidental and Leek
hare agreed te contract for any definite
numbers. The others saj they wil
stretch accommodations to their ut
most, but will not contract. First
come, first ssrred. A' meeting will be
held today of the committee and hotel
msnagers to endearor to settle the
Nkw Yonic. March 27. Police Jus
tice Smith has given a decision in the
matter of the shooting of Win. II.
Ilaverstick by Geo. W. Coukling, jr.
The decision i that there were reason
able grounds for defendant, apprehend
ing bodily liiirin at the hands of the
deceased, and discharged Conk ling
from custody. The announcement
wa received with tumultuous ap
plause. TUK KALANCK OF TI1K OIKW.
Xew York, March 27. The steam
ship Westphalia, from Hamburg, ar
rived this morning. Among the pas
sengers were Ensign Henry J. Hunt,
Herbert Wood, Leach, James H. Ilart
lett. Jno. Lantei bach and f rank Ma
sou, survivors of the artie exploring
steamer, the Jeanriette. They will be
officially received by Thief Engineer
Melville and the officers of the navy
Battle Ckkkk, Mich , March 27.
A fpeeiitl saya a man named Johnson,
giving near Johnstown, suspt-cted a
hired man named V rey or undiin inti
macy with the former's wife, and find
ing Frey aione in a dense woods he
bound and gaifwl him and succeeded
in securely pinioning him to a tree.
After mutilating his person the as
sailant left Frey, and the latter waa
discovered by a searching party two
days after, unconscious and his limbs
badly frozen, but may recover. John
son and his wife have lied.
Boston, March 37. The fuil bench
ef the supreme court are engaged in
bearing arguments on the questions of
law arising on a bill in equity brought
Iy the Union Pacific Railway company
against the Ciedit Mobilers of Ameri
ca, for an injunction to restrain the
Credit .Mobiler from prosecuting suits
at law against the Union Pacific com
pany to recover the balance dua to the
Credit Mobiler for the construction of
346 miles of the Union Pacific railroad.
The amount involved is $1,198,000.
Chicago, March 27. Sex Ion and
Morris were the contestants in tne
secon 1 game of the Balk line tourna
ment this afternoon. The attendance
was light and the game thought to be
tme sided. Sexton was the favorite.
Betting was 230 to 150, but it was
close at times, and anybody's game till
ended. Sexton in the seventh inning
took a strong lead, with a run of 111.
He remained in. front throughout,
though at one time Morris came to
four points from him. Morris run 8J
in the tweutieth inning, mainly the re
sult of bis skillful use of the cushion
and kiss combination. The score stood :
Morris, 532, biglieat run. S9, average
9 28 61. Sexton C90, highest run in,
average 10 40 56.
THE CUEEK WAR.
T. Louis. March 27. A M;i.sko,'--.
I.T- special says: Gun. Porter hit
disbanded bU forces. I hey have gone
borne with the exception of tiveacou;s.
earning that United States troops
were coming to capture Spirachee and
hi men. At last accounts they nau
not yet reached his camp, fifteen inile
west of the Sac and Fox agency.
There is no doubt that he will surren
der to them w ithout resistance, an m
would have done to the Creeks had htt
not been afraid he would have on,i
the way of Sleeping Kabbitt, who was
killed while trying to escape. Last
Wednesday a detachment of troops of
the army discovered Spirachee's scouts
and gave chase, capturing one. They
questioned him as to Spirachee's
whereabouts and forces, bat a he
ouldtell nothing they took him out
and shot him dead. There are rumors
of more killing on the same plan.
Nothing authentic has readied here
tonight. News reached here of an
other killing near Eufaula last week
of about twenty of Chicotee's men,
who left that place and discovered a
Spirachee man named Kehail) llr?e,
and without more ado riddbd him
HASTTXGS, Neb., March 27. About
half-past nine this evening as Cash M.
Millet, a groceryman of this cit, was
en route from his business to his resi
dence, about five blocks from the busi
ness part of the city, he was confront
ed by three men who told him to ilw ow
up his hands. This occurred in fr ;r
of his residence. He did as r.ci-t tt-u
and told the desperadoes ;o lake Lis
money. They tried to drive l.i:n p:,s't
his residence, and he started to run,
when one of them shot him from tin
rear, the ball striking just below the
shoulder-blade and lodging in the left
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