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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1883.
: aft to
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Full liiuc .General Merchandise.
Fall I,ine (General Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Sland.
ISottouigjPriccs for Cash.
ISottom Prices for Cash
JOSEPH- . WECICBAG
"BURLINGTON- ROUTE "
inicago, Burlington & Quincy f?ai!road.)
GOING EAST AND WEST.
Klrtrant Day Coaches. Parlor Cars, with Reclin-
Une Chairs (seats free), Smokin? Cars, with In
volving Chairs, lullmnn I'alaco Sleeping Cars and
umoug u. xi. v v. uinmiri ars run aauvto ani
Irrorn Chicago Jt Kansas City, Chicago & Council
lUiufTs. Chicatro & I)es Moines. Chicago. St. Jo-
peiih. Atchison & Torteka. Only through line be-
iwo unicagt), uncoin x jicnver. Turoinrh cars
.between Indianapolis & Council lilutrs via l'eoria.
Ail connections made In Union tepots. It is
kuewnas tho great THKOUGil CAR LlNii.
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Elegant Day Coaches and Pull
man l'ahice Sleeping Cars are run daily to and
irom &i. ixiuis, via itanniuai, tJuincy, Keokuk,
Hurlinirton. Cedar Kapids and Albert Lea to St.
l'aul and Minneapolis; Parlor Cars with Reclining
tnairs 10 anu iromsc. iouis ana teoriaanato
and from St. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
change if rars between St. Louis and Des
r.iomes. Iowa, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Denver.
It is universally admitted to bo the
Finest Equipped Railroad in the World for ail Classes of Travel-
J. POTTER. 3d Vice-Pres't and Gcu'l Manager. rERCEVAT, LOWELL, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
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-3k B Kt wm TI f LB II
Umii Mfi n
u ja id owl If V u 11
Orders taKt-u fur V I LSON I.ROS,' SIII KTS
Mews Be not.
P . i
CVJNTDXIES JISTTD CIGAB3.
MASON & HAMLIN
IIETN'RY F. MILLER and
FOREIGN NEWS NOTES.
Raphael's Birthday Celebrat
Gtraaar ana Fraac Bepcatlaf
BENNETT & LEWIS,
LOAKD by the DAY or WEEK.
P Meas at A Hours.,
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Cj..e to tlie fr.i'.il v.Ui: ;i c!ii;i'f:o :-t :tk i
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH AND NICE.
Ve.:ilu-stys 1U3' the bcst'gools in tl:e market, and fdamntee tvery thing
wt BfU art sole jients in this town for tl;n sale of
" PK11FKCTJON" (JliOUXD SPICKS,
AND THE CELESRATED
"B ATA VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Notlsing liner in the market. Piatt's "Tiei" hrrnd of IJaltimore Oysters
always on liaii'l. Come and soe u.s. V.'o will ma!;e j-ou glad.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE B
. . . .-
HE ALE liS IN
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The Usfc and most tvu.If as.-ortiaort in tu city. In the ItOCKWOOD
lil.Ot'IC, tv.o doois west of CaiTU'.hs. CALL AND fcEE Us.
Xo old stock to work fT. Tlie latest patterns of
FLOUR. FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DEAL.ERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Lumber, Sash, Doorsi Blinds
MISSED FAX1TTS, Z.X2ZC,
London. March Jhn Browo,
a well-known pnonl attendant of
Queen Yicturia, ia dead. Ilia death
ccurred at Windsor Cutlet
The Tiaaea anticipates that Childera,
chaucelor of the exchequer, will have
on hand at the end of the'eomiuir fin an
eial year a minimum eurjdus of lfiO,
Belfast, March 9. Judge Lawaea
has sentenced twelve uf the memora
of the Armagh assassination society
who were recently convicted of con-
apiraey to murder, to terms of penal
servitude varying from five to twenty
ReME, March IS. The fourth cen
tennial of the anniversary of the birth
of Raphael was celebrated here today.
ith great pomp. A bronze buat of
the great artist as uuvvileJ at his
Dublin. March 23. The Freeman's
Journal says tl escape of "Number
One" will probably Le discussed in
commons tomorrow. The Journal as
sarts that thy pelice allowed him to
scape because they knew his arreat
would reveal matters weakening the
evidence against James Carey.
ARRESTED N SUSPICION.
Londok. March 28. -Two men,
who had in their possession a quanti
ty ef gun cotton, have been arrested at
Dublin, March tt. Twenty-one of
the twenty-six persons arrested at Bal
linorade for complicity in the murder
of Ferriek in January have been re
Rome, Mareh 8. The Vatican Is
displeased with the Rev. Thomas V7.
Croke, archbishop ef Castile, Ireland,
for opening a subscription list for the
relief of Paraell.
London, March 28. JL Standard
Vienna correspondent says before
Franca opens hostilities in Madagas
car she wilt issue a circular to the
powers explaining the cause for her
Paris, March 28. The announce
ment in German newspapers that Ger
many will not allow France to steal a
mareh an her in the adoption of re
peating rifles for her infantry, eautea
some eomment here. Four battalions
of German troops at Konigsberg and
Stitlin have already, as an experiment,
been armed with repeating rifles, but
the result so far is discouraging. The
minister of the interior and minister
of justice have signed a eontrc: with
the Credit Feneier, by which the lat
ter engages to build dwellings u
alleviate the crisis caused by the hgh
The 1'L.ATTSMOUTII HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY has
every facility for first-class
In Every Department.
ogues - Pamphlet Work
Ozz7- StodTc of SIcltl7z JPapers
And materials is large and complete in ever department.
ORDERS BIT MAIL SOLICITED
PLATTSMOUTH HERALD PUB. CO
The Very HigheS3 Market Price paid for Country Produce
FINAL aKB VICES.
Grrbn Bay, Wis.. March 18. At
10:19 this morning the bells at Fort
Howard and in the city tolled sixty
seven strokes, the age of the deeeaaed
postmaster general. The set Vices to-
morrow will be brief. Revs. J Cellytr
and Simmons belag la attendance.
The body will be followed to the grave
at Wood law a cemetery by aid friends
and the citizens of Green Bay. Basi
licas houses will be closed from 10 to
12 o'clock aomorrow, and at noon in
terment will take place.
THK THACHBBV INSTITUTE.
Columbus, Neb., March 39. The
state teachers' institate now con vetoed
at this place is attended by too pretty
school warm, and ordinary school
maateia. Prof easor J. M. Greenwood,
of tk- Kansas City public schools, de
livered a very interesting address this
eveuiug. The Columbus Mannerchor
society and others favored the audi
ence with songs, duets, ete. It is
thought the association will adjourn
Thursday evening with a grand soci
IlABRiriBuuG, March 28.- At a meeting
of the Dukes invtsligatiug committee
this morulog, Speukrr Fanoie submitted
a Utter from )uk.' decliuiujf to Mucvpt
the firut to wlttcL Ijc Lad buu flu-ted.
and requesting tl.c house to declare it
cant, it ws so dec laird.
A WAU IMMIMKMT.
KiwihCuy, March 28 The )Uk
IsUud rul Y.r-rday aiitiuuee d . cut
u peuger rate lroui tUl ally iu Ht.
Paul for $ 13 Ihu Cuui.vli LV.Utli tuni
cmuiuf iice-1 arliiu liiuilrd tukts at
$12.50. Th truli.u i saiii to xr-w nu!
of tle Couuc-il BiuTs ruml rt'I'usinr -
tui p.ssa. t u V-i'lu'iul ujiu :1m 'hiv:
CliiCiasAiTi, .Jarch Tuo t!iriy
fourth annual report f tin xrk ack
ng in the west by tUe Ciouiaaatti Vi ice
Current, priutsd tomorrow, will hw
that western pickiugs for the past win
ter have been 0,153,212 hog, againt
0,747,760 last year, aa increase of 331,
439. The pork produced shows au i Li-
crease of 111,000 barrels. The stock of
preducte ia the west for March showJ
an increase of 33,000 pouala of pork,4
000,000 pounds of meai, and a decrease
ot 21,700 tierces of lard compared with
the same date last year. To'al packings
for twelve months iu the west, ,342,91
hogs aguiait 18,531,449 for the prece-liu
'ALMOST ANARCH V.
Dkjctbb, Col.. Msrch '29. Recently
the directors of the Bosseuth mine, of
New York, received a threatening letter
A large number of miners of CJuerida,
where the mine ia located, are demand
ing the dismissal of Superintendent
Perkins and Foreman McGregor, charg
ing insufferable tyraany and interference.
The true reason for dissatisfaction Hs said
to be Perkias discovered thst a a organ
ized band had been lonjf stealing orr
from the company and who instru
mental ia sending several to the pn.
The climax was reached to lay when the
malcontents served notices oft fifty per
sona to leave tewn forthwith, threatening
violence. Querida and .the aurroundin
country are trrlbly excited. Armtl
miners are parading the streets. The
law is defied. Governor Grant has be.n
called open to proclaim mrtil law.
Bioo hhfd is feared In-fore ui rulng.
KILt.OOO TA I. KM.
Ex-Senator Kcllo aid to a re
porter ot the ussoclntrd rvm tonight
that In a few days he expected tJ bo
able to tnako t atatctuctit which
would be a complete denial of the al
legations concerning liini, act forth
in Price's afildnvit. Kell" said
that the proceedings ualnsl him wcro
not begun with the consent of the at
torney general. Merrick and Kerr
hart, he said, tnlou advanta) of I ho
absenc of Hrewater from the city to
go bt-lore the k'rand jury, mid tho
counsel for the prosecution had ad
mitted that Huh step was rendered
necensiry by Ilie teiimony. Ho ad
ded that if an indictment wru
found against him, li.- would nk I
have t lie cum.' lii d imineili.ilcly nfler
tho conchuion of the pending cues.
( liicno (jSrain Jiurkct.
UP TO 3 O'CLOCK J', jr.
Special Dl'jmlcli to the ai.h.J
Chiciigo, March Call 3 p. m.
AVI IK AT.
April. 10;, i4'; May, 110 'ij.
March, 50'.;; April, 51?i ; Mav,
IMattMiionth City .Mnrki U.
I l(i V I H 1 O.VH, Ha l I', I liMi AC, (IIKTA II.)
i:-f-i t ! Iiy M. J:. .Murphy t. Co.
t h..Ml I'ffil
4.r,iii:u.i '. lour
l.'hees" (;.;irt klui)..
Clirt-c (lull ( lejun).
hi'if.ir i,'ui'ii )ii.in .
IP MM I
I . lni-- I nf.: ' -
't .. ..
ApplN i ivliiiciv
i.i.OD ti'.'.i M peret.
MilZx-li per Ji
11 " "
. . ?4..'0 6(, r.M per do,
Vfu- -" c
.m c. "
4 'j. to ct. per tui.
75 CIS "
7B rU "
1.00 HUM "
i.Xb per Citu
I'lultHuwiitli i'elep,iuii; KichaiiXC
1 J. I. Youuj;, resldei.ee.
M. II. Murphy & Co., "
Oianiy CU i k'M office,
K. K. l.ew u, renldeiii e.
J. V. Weekb trhf btoru.
Western Union I ei-i a p!i o"lee.
1. II. Wheeler, re.lOcucw.
14 K. li. U inUliam,
13 J to. WayniHn, "
16 .1. W. .Ii .iu;;,
17 W. ti. Wire. olUee.
is M rr line y liros,, oGlce.
l'J W. it. Culler, tlore.
A) (I. W. KKirtielil, runlilcuce.
Si M. B Murphy,
K 1. H. W neeier & (. . oS!;e.
23 J. f. Taylor, rculdenee.
'il 1'lrst N;iiiuiiiil liunk.
& V. K. ItiilTiier'a olllee,
am .1. 1". Young, ttorc.
&i It. W. llveri, residence.
'4l JoiirUHl ofllce.
llKKAI.O i'L'U. Co odlee.
3.r l. N. Wl .:, residence.
S H. M. Chapina!i, "
41 W. I). Jones,
WJ A. N. Sullivan, "
39 II. K. I'aliner.
40 W. H. Helitldkneeht, ofllce.
41 Hullivan & VVooley,
... . ... . .. - i i .
A. Patterson, livery.
C. M. Holmes, "
L. I. Iienneit, reildenco.
(it'll. S. Sniltli, olMcu.
I.. A. Moore, rlor.M.
.1. W. liitrnes. reKidenca.
1C. K. l.lvlii;toiit olllee.
.1. v. w eranaeii, rciiai-uc.
Teacher's Institute at Col
Atlanta, Ga., March 28. General
Gordon denies that ha has abandoned
Georgia or ia a candidate for Senator
Pxsth, March t8. An earthquake
in the neighborhood of Miskesa, dur
ing the performance of the theatre,
caused a panic. Many persona were
Chicago, March 28. Asa F. Leo
pold, treasurer of the town board ef
Crystal Falls, Michigan, charged with
having left town two weeks ago with
3,000 of town funds, and $1,000 short
on his old account, was arrested in
this city late last night.
Sam Fbajicisco, March 38. A Port
land dispatch says the reported Ubb
tills Indian outbreak proves to be
without foundation. It is believed
the rumcr4 of the Indian ooTeCMats
are created for the purpose of bringing
on the commission, which would result
The Civil Service Commission
Here laeHetnieat, Kte.
IN 1IONOK OF TUB DUAD.
WAaurNOTOS, March 28. This be
nz the day et for the funeral of
Postmaster General Howe, all the ex
ecutive departments are closed, and
their flags draped In mourning and
flying at half mast.
TUB REFORM COMBTISSIOXliRS.
The members 01 the civil service re
form commission are working with
much industry In preparation of the
new civil servicer ruloj, and expect to
be ready for prcsentatiou to the presi
dent oa Saturday next.
The Alabama claims court today
rendered judgment in favor of Wm.
Small, fr, for $3,318 with interest
from May 10, 18$ I. Xo othsr caaee !
are reidy for heariug. The curt Las
adjourned till Monday next.
A. B- Boose, A. L. Carpenter, and
James N. Ca'lau were before the
grand Jnry today aa witneeses, and it
is understood charges have been prt
ferred against J. IS. Colegrove and J.
L. French, Ey's chief clerks, while
the latter was second assistant post
master general -It is alleged that
Colrevc underbid other contractors
for the se trice on certain star route,
and then for a consideration threw np
the service so .that temporary c ex
tracts mlrit be awtrded by Frehch
w- r iris to ether per-
U-Ul I .ill VVlillit
310 W. H. .Schlldkuecht '
Uiti Oo. S. Sinitti, "
VA K. K, Llvini.toii.
315 t'. C. UulUrd, "
The twiteh bo.tril eonnoeti I'lat tsrnout U wltk
AshUiH, Arlington. ir. C'o.jncll IMuff, I'm
tnont, l.inolu, Omuict u.:'l KUhorn.Statlou.
Proposals for Military Sup
plies. nKUOTAKTKIllltl''T OP 1 UK I'LATTf., ,
Chief u;tlterin;'H:( r's OIl;ee.
iJnuiA.NtK., Mareh 7th, IfvC
KKAI.KH l-l!IV:MAI.h, iil 1 i'I lill'Ml;-. MlltjfCttu
th the usual coiirtn u.l., ill I c r'celved at
till lit e unlii 12 ' iock 11.. on Vi edi.eadsiy,
April IH, Its-.:, r;;t th" mine ho'ir fali'WiliK tor
the Cllleleiite In lime.) Jtl the o'Jlecs of the
lJuHiiei iiia-;ii.r at the loiiow.ng i i.tned itttt'.ou
at whicti plitees a. id t ine they v.. he opened
In ttle piereue-ot h:!d-r. for thu lnrni. hlli
and 1el:v-iy cd Mi'itni-y Supplies uuiiiu thn
year eiiiiiieueiii July 1st, lbJ, ai.'l t-:i d . u n
June Will, IS34, a folhi'.r : Howl. H:iy ;.n J
Caaieoai, r uueh of said rtcpplles aa luay ho
required liiOnialia Jx-pot. 1-oit Omaha, 1'ort
Niotiira. Koit Slduev. I'heyerilii! Jepot, Kort
hus-ie!I. t oil Sierle. l;'ri"t UoiikIu. Kort Kotiiu
uii. Kort :inij"-r. 1'crt Laiaiuie, Kort JlcKii
iiey, Kwil Vahi;kie, and tort lh'.rnh:irj;h,
and fr the delivejy at Kort '1 l.onii.urh jw
Ujuh ot C'oiil of 22 Hi pounds to liie toa.
Kropoi-aiH will also lie received at this ifiiee
up to the day and hour above li.-.iiied. lor t lie
delivery on ihn cars at the po;ut nearewi to tiio
ItilDea or Him line of the I i.iou 1'a.i'ille Iciilway,
of eight thouiand toim of (xiril,. ol nV) pounu.
to the ton. A Uo for delivery al (Muaiia lepot,
or at stations on the. main line of the Union I'a
clflc Railway east from Kearney Junction, ot
two million pounds Com. and one million
pounds Oat. Ulds for ralii nhould slate the
rt per loo lb, not per hu i!ie.
IToponals for either cla of the itores men
tioned, or tor quantities ei thau the whola
required will, he received. Kach proposal
should be in triplicate, kkkauai r. yon kac h
AKTK.'LK AT EACH 8TATIO.V, and niubt b ac
companied bv a boud In the miii ol live hund
red dollar 9.'XK executed ftrlcily in accord
ance wiiii the printed littru':tioii, and upon
the blank form furni-hed under thi advcrime
Dieut, guaranteeing that the party making the
proposal shall not withdraw the same within
sixty davi from the date announced tor opea
lug theiu ; and supplies bid lor, awarded
thereunder. h will, within ten da) alter bn
ln notlOud ot the award, (provided such noti
fication be made within the t-lxty days above
inentioned.) accept the same and furuinh jot
nd Hufncietit niretiee, t occe. lor the failiiful
urforiu;;t'e of the contract. The Government
reserve i .c lUht to reject any or all propo
sals, a p- eference v. nt he ;rn-a to article of
blauK pi. os.us and lii.ied circulate, stat
ins r.ind. i-tid etlu ated iiaiitlUe of
Wood. Hay and Char.uial reiiiir d ut eac-U feta
tion, aud trivit.K full ii.mi L,c tlon an to the
manner ot bidding, couditious to be obeerved
by b:d!eri n-ul t-i hm ot contract, etc., ill be
f uni'ihed ii a! ilcaliou V thl office or to tua
guarteri.ia'teii at lhi various station named.
Knr.-loiM-n eoiilainuii; iropoials rhould le
marked : PmiHi.nla ;-r - at .'
and addr"ed i ti e t.i "--r-lned orto the le-sin-etive
1'ot aiid l:in.'t (J j .rterinaiitei.
JOHN V. 1 UKKY. Captain.
A. i- M . V. 8. A., i cuiiKe of C. M'- oX
llce. lepi. ol thi i'la ati
Notice b hereby j;l ve; tUai I vl!I !PM al pub
lic ucti..n Ju fraat 4 tUl'o clerk- oilice.
In riattiruoutli.?Ca Co.. .Nebraska, at 2
o'clock di in, ou baturday. the aia flay ot
yt.iSZ. certain pernoual property ft one
rtvhu Johnson. di ceaed.-:.id pioeity ton
slat of one abut nun. one pistol, one watt-n
ard chain, cue itu-k knife, ic. .
Coroner t'ii Co.. -Nt o.
PlattmnoutU. MarcU -th. iX niw-i
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