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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, FIUDAY, MARCH 30, 1883.
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I HE DAYLIGM
Fail Line cncral Merdmmlise.
Full lAiua Gteiicnil Merchandise.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
COINC EAST AND WEST.
Elcant Day Coaches. Parlor Cars, with Rcclin-
wig ciiairs (seats free), Smoking- Cars, with Be-
voiving cnairs. rullman I'alace Sleeping Cars and
the famous (.'. B. Jt y. Dining Cars run daily to and
from Chicago & Kansas City, Chiisigo & Council
Bluffs, Chicago fc lies Moini-s. Chicago. St. Jo
seph. Atchison & Toneka. Only through line la
tween Chicago, Uncoln & Denver. Through cars
between Indianapolis & Council Bluffs via Peoria.
All connections made in Union Depots. It is
known as the creat THROUGH CAR LINE.
Finest Equipped Railroad in tho
JT. J. POTTER, 3d Vlee-Pres't and Gen'l Manajror.
nj C T.J
t'o:iio to tl.; fr-:,t l:h
i H V TTI
laoie ana rancv farocer.es
We :i!w.-.s uy tlic l.ist guud.i in tin: luaiket, and guarautiO everything
we sell We mo oul .-iirents in thi.s town for the sale of
' rLUFEOTION" GROUND SPICES,
a:d Tnn celebrated
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Xothins finer in the market. I'latt's "Tier" Lrand of Ualtimore Oysters
ulways on hantl. (!nme anil see U3. We i 1 1 make you glad.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The best ar.d most Complete assortment in the city. In the IlOCKWOOl)
ULOCK, two doors west of Carruths. Call axd'sre us.
Xo old stock to work oft".
GLASS JJSTJD Q,TJEB1TSWARB.
FLOIJIi. J'KEI) AKD TKOVISIONS.
Tho Yery Highess Market Price paid for Country Pre due e
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMUOTH. :
-sJl ctll. attended to.
&. Quincy Railroad.)
COINC NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Elegant Day Coaches and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars ore run daily to and
from St. Louis, vi.i Hannibal, Quincy, Keokuk,
Burlington. Cedar Knpidsnnd Albert Lea to St.
Paul and Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with lioclinine
Chairs to and from St. Louis and Peoria and to
and from St. Louis aud Ottumwa. Only one
cnango or cars ociween bt. ixuis ana vea
nioines, lows, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Denver,
It is universally admitted to be the
World for all Classes of Travel.
PERCEVAL LOWELL. Gen. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
a complete Ack ot
AX FOR SALE B
The latest patterns cf
Freeb Mtt . ' se 1
: s Tti ansa l()n I
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
p ! . . I ' '. . I- ' m. I . '. I . - " . I" '-
-I-.. - . ' . . i -r n
m& lis I'rifi H u Bbi r
Mi vta n w u
Orders t:iku for WILSON' l-UOS.' S'.UKTS
13 n j?. m.
ROAKI by the DAY or WEEK.
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DEAL.ERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Lifmber. Sash.Doors. Blinds
SAXSZSZS FAXXTTS, LIME,
In Every Department.
(9zz7- StocTc of
And materials is large and complete in every department.
ORDERS BIT MAIL SOLICITED
Sizbscribe for tKeJDcuZy tterald
" UIV1MW' W !).
MA SOX & HAMLIN
P Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
PUULISIIIXG COMI'AXY has
HERALD PUB; CO.
SMALL POX IN KANSAS.
The March of the Mormons.
Scuantox, March 59. TheScrantoa
tel company have started thir naw
mills, employinf over 1,000 men.
SCCCESSOK TO HOWK.
St. Paul, Mitrch S9. The governor
and other stxte ofllceri have signed a
petition urjing Mark H. Dunnell for
Ciiattakoooa. Marclt u'J. Elder
Morgan, presiding elder in the Mor
mon church, left the city today witL
150 converts for Utah, fiom all parts
of the south. Mnety missionaries in
th fconth chiiin CoO coinetts annually.
TO HEAD TUEM OFF.
Tomustoxk, March 'J.-Cpt. Craw
ford, With 100 Apache icouts, arrive
tomorrow, to proceed to the frontier
to head oil" the Apaches being driven
from Souora ly (Jen. PequtV troops
They will be stutioued along tha iron
tier to interrupt them.
FoitT fc'coTT, Kas., March iiSi. The
major and poatmaater of Empiie City
have bent an appeal here lor uid to
nurse and care for nfty persona who
ar down with small-pox. This city is
quarantined ag;tinst ail surrounding
placts, and the disease is said to be on
the increase. Much distress prevails,
and money, provisions aud medicine,
paiticulaily money to pay nurses, is
TI1K BANKRUPT LUMBERMEN.
Oshkosu, March 2. Arrangements
have been agreed upon between the
hands of J. A. Paige & Paige, and the
bixmuth lumber company, and their
creditors, by which fcjamuel L. Libbey
aud Leander Choate are to act as as
signees to settle the affairs of the two
companies. Sufficient money will be
advanced by the banks to enable tWe
assignees to close out their lumber and
logging business without interruption,
and so realize a greater amount upon
THE TEWKSBURY ALMSHOUSE.
IiObTON, March 29. The legislative
committee appointed to investigate
the charges made against the officers
ot the Tewksbury almshouse lor sel
liug bodies, is in session today. The
counsel for the officers denied the
specific charges. Gov. liutler was
present, aud said this was a trial. He
was not a public prosecutor, but was
present to give evidence by witnes
ses who knew whereof they spoke, ad
ding: "I have neither a whitewash
brush nor a blacking brush to use as
weapons. Dr. John Pixwell, gradu
ate of Harvard medical school, testi
fied that students had received a large
number of infant bodies, which they
bought from Win. Andrews, the jan
itor, at from $3 to $5 ach. Andrews
said he obtained all the bodies from
the almshouse. Andrews has since
killed himself. The dissection showed
that in many cases the iufants had
had no food lor twenty-lour hours be
fore death. Tho witness said the
bodies were dissected oa the same ta
ble w ith animals, and the remains
swept into the s ime receptacle. Adult
bodies cost so Riuch that tho students
had to chip in to obtain them. John
II. Chase, employed at the almshouse
in 1880 aud was discharged lor drunk
enness, testified to driving a team
contaiuinicg a large Dumber of bodies
from the almshouse tho Harvard. He
heard Marsh, assistant superintend
ent, say he received $100 for adult
bodies. There were between 300 aud
400 deaths a year. Some bodies were
Tifklrl !n nork barrels and sent to
Boston by Marsh. Sometimes fuuer
al services were held over coffins filled
with wood. Butler offered a letter
alleging that Marsh had prevaricated
about the disposition of bodies. Ad
Ohio Heard From.
PROGRESS OF THE STAR ROUTE
THE JEANXETTE COCBT.
Washington, D. C. March 29.
The Jesnnetts court of inquiry will
reconvene at the navy department to
morrow for the examination of the four
menibcrB of the Jtaouette crew who
have recently returned from Siberia.
OHIO MUST BE R ETK IS EXT ED.
The president will not take any action
with regard to the vacancy in his cabi
net caused by the death of Postmaster
(leneral Howe before next week. A del
egation from Ohio, consisting of Osn,
OroBveuor, Briggs Cunningham and W.
P. Lippiurftt called upon the president
this sfteraoon and ured uiwn him tho
importance of having his cabinet repre
sented from Ohio. Representative Iiut
terworth, of Ohio, nlso hud an inter
view with the president.
ST AH KOLTE TRIAL.
In the star route trial Dorsey was on the
stand, and described the routes from
Trinidad to Madison, and from Garland
to Parrot City, and claimed that his ac
tion in regard to the latter route had ro-
eulted in tho discontinuance of over 100
miles of service. Nothing sensutional
was developed. The direct examina
tion of Horsey by Merrill whs cloned to
day, and cross examination commenced
but no new points developed.
Adjourned till tomorow.
MOVEMENTS OV Til K MEXICANS.
Ex-President Diaz and purty wrcnt to
Mount Vernon this morning on the
United .States steamer Dispatch, escorted
by a large delegation of officials.
General Diaz and party were entertain
ed at dinner tonight at the Mexican le
gation. They will leave for New York
tomorrow in the special train provided
by the Wabash, Ht. Louis & f'arific rail
road, which brought them through from
St. Louis and Chicago. From New York
the party goes to Boston for two d;3-s,
mnl utter visiting Albany, will return to
ON THE. OTIIKR SIDF.
Mt. iEtna Still Talks.
Murdered For Money.
TIIK OKOdllAVHICAU SOCIETY.
Fiiankfokt. March 19. The Geo
graphical society today advocated the
resumption of polar expeditions.
London, March 29. Antouis, Luis,
Schute & Co., general merchants and
cigar importers, failsd. Liabilities,
Catonia, March 29. Tha crators of
Mount JEtna are again active. The
rumblings of tha volcano and frequent
signs of earthquake are evident.
Canterbury, March J9. Tha en
thronement of the Archbishop of
Canterbury took place today. The
traditional enthronement ceremonies
were observed. A dense crowd waa
in the cathedral The Duke of Edin
burgh representatives of Oxford and
Cambridge universities, and a great
concourse of clergymen, and the bish
op of Saskatchftwan and the bishop of
Long Island were present.
Pestii, March 39 The Count Van
Macklock Majlath Von Sechly, presi
dent of the court of cassation, has baen
found murdered at his residence at
Ofan. Ila had been strangled and his
tongue cut out. His bands were bound
tightly together with ropes. His body
was lying on the bed in the count's
room whn discovered, and the ceunt
was not undressed. There was a ropa
hanging from the window of the
apartment to.the street below. The
count's hous'a had been roDbed by his
murderers. A hussar, stationed at
Count Van Macklock Majlath on
Sachlev's residence has been arrested
on suspicion of murdering the count.
Chicago Grain Market.
VP TO 3 O'CLOCK P
Special Dispatch to the IIekalb.
Chicago, March SO. Call 3
Apri : May, 110; : July.llO ;
No. 3, 92.
AprilJXo. ,53; Mav,57; June,.V7;
July, 57J ; new mixed, 52.
April, 40; May, 43; June, 4lA.
Plattsmonth City Markets.
PBOVI8I0NS, FBU1T, FEED AC. (BKTAIL)
Reported by M. II. Murpby & Co.
.85 c "
Chopped Feed S1.25
i:nhim Klonr !.? 00
Butter ai&.icts pr lb
Cheese (part mm) is
Cheese (full cream) w
Sugar Cured Hams 17
nrirt Beef 15
Poultry si..") qj, 5.no per noz.
VSc to ct. per bu.
75 cts "
. 75 ct "
1.H0 Ct "
4iS per cau
Xotlec Is herebr eiven that I will cell at nub
ile auction.in front of the oounty clerk's oaice.
In Flattsnioutta, Cass Co., Nebraska, at 2
o'clock p. m. en Saturday, the 3lt day of
March. 1883, certain personal property .ol one
John Johnson, deceased. Said property con
sists of oue sbot gun. one pistol, one wateli
and cnaiu, one ua ntuie, sc.
P. P. G ASS.
Coroner Cass Co.. Neb.
Plattsmootb, March WtU, tssa. 4&w2t
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Plnttnih.uth Telephone Lxt Iidiijrc.
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livniH II w .-v It. More.
M. M. Murphy .,
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Western I 1 1 rli-(rlnli otllo-
J. II. Wheeler, reilili uvu
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W. ii I-.", i.llice.
Moiilsney linn,, olllro.
V. It. 'al ter, iou.
U. W. I'iiirtli'ld, i-lti-iii'i.
M. II Mmpliy,
l. II. Wheeler A f . irtllee.
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ill .liniriilil iillli'e.
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Proposals for Military Sup
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ney hoil Ua-liakle, .,, j,(. rhornhuiKh.
ami lot l he (l. livi iy at I m l l hi.nioiuvli i-i ;jm
tons of oal of '.'i'n ioiuns to tlin !.
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oral 'In! Ions on the timlji ln,e of Hi,. I uiou l'a
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pouiiils at. J;nls Joi i ram hlfoniii ( .o. ti...
late per In i ll,, -n.,1 ner hmhu.
I'lotiosals for eilher elas of t li
tioiie.t. or loi .:iaiitiljes jess th.-in nn' JioJ
eIlllre.l will he r.eeiveil. . Jiaell proposlil
Nholilii l.i Ii, tililleate, hi I'AIIAI K I ou KAi ll
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eoinpanieil hv a hoinl In lhtMiiiii ol live Jiimil
leil dollars ( s aiui eveeuleij Hllellv In i.,.r,i .
anee with the onnli il lie t rnel n.i, u,.,i
Ihehlaiikfoiui liiinifhiil in, .lei Hit's sol 1 1; 1 1.,..
inelit, Kuaiaiili eii,t; HiMi M. parly Inaklln the
liru iiiMai snal iiot ml H uwiin. . -..,1....
ixly days from the ilale aiiriouneeil lor ooen-
HIK I Mi-III ; Mini kiiiiiillea l,i,l tor
thereiiliih r. he will, williiu teu ilays'HfK r he
iliK liotilled of the awiil. (,ro lle1 Kuril noil
Ileal ion he luaiJe w, thhi IlieoWiv ,!..,
nieiitioiiel.)iieee(,t . Kame ami furnisli koo.I
ami siilheleiit suietien, nt onee. fo IIk; lallhful
liei formaiiee of t lie l onii aet. 'J lie (;iivei iilnent
lexerveH the iiiht to r.-ieet aiiv or i
Hals. pie. ere, lie will l(.Jvell toaitlcleh of
domeM Ic production.
lilauK in ouos.ils and i,r iite.l el, i,l.-. ..
int; the kind, ami Ht i n . i ,l n i. ,.r
Wood, Hay and t'hareoal ronuiieil m oneh .f-i-
tlon, ami nlvinji full ii.Mriiilioim us to th
mit'iiiei- of iM.nliiitf, ouniil ioiiM to he ohi-el vcit
hv hhhiers and tel ins ol eiinl i m i ..i. ,,i i...
furnished on appJieal ion to dm oflii i'Vir lotlm
yiiarteiiuaneis at the Vai lous'stat ion iiameil.
I'.ll Vl lolie , I nlil.illile-- l, i'oi, .1,, i I...
marked :--"J'roio,als l.r m 1 "
and addiessed to the undeMj'iied or to the le
Hpeetive J'.jst and liepot. Juurtei-inaMers.
. st t- .'yM v- L,1'KV. apliiin.
A. I). M . I . S. A .. In ph:ir:' of ! li 1 ..f.
lice, lep'l. of the J ialte. . '.''I I
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
A A 7
Iavc orders :it V, urriek'n. natlsmoutli, J'eii.
ThkMust Siccttssiri, KKMiMir ent dis
covered as it i" ceitaiu In Its eileetK arid tines
riot blister; Alto exeeiiei.t lor liuuiau llerli.
KKAJJ 1'iiOOJ BELOW.
ritOM COL. I. T. FOSTER
Youngftowu. Oliio, May 10th, J)0.
B. J. Kendall & Co.. Gents : I bad a very val
uable 1 ainhletoman colt whlnh I prized very
highly, be bad a targe bono rpavin m one Joint
and a small one on the other, wliirli made
Iiim very lame ; J bad hlni under the charge of
two veterinary suii;eoii who failed to cur
him. I wax one day reading tiie adverilneiueiit
O Kendall s hpanu lire in the Chicago tx-
Drecs. I ueteamiued at mice to try it. ami our
drugniittn here xeiit lor it. they ordered three
bottles. I took them all and thought I would
give it a thorough trial, I usedilt aceording to di
rections ana me lourin nay me con ceaieu to
be lame, and the lumpit bad disappeared. I
used but one bottle and the colts iimu ar as
free from lumps and as smooth as any horse in
the state, lie I entirely cured, llie cure waa
so remarkable that 1 let two ot my neighbors
have the remaining two bottles w no are now
1 T. FOSTER.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
OX HUMAN FLESH,
fatten Miils. N. Y.. Feb. 21. 1878.
B. J. Ken da i.i. & Co.. Gents The particu
lar caie on which I used your Kendall'. Spavin
Cure wan a malignant ankl sprain of sixteen
months standing, l naa triea many tiling, but
in vain. Your Spavin Cure put the foot to the
'round again, and for the firt time Mnoe bu
a natural position. For a f.nnilj- liniment
excells an thing we ever used
KEV. M. P. BEI.L.
Pastor of ii. E. Church, Pattens Mill. N. Y
fiend addret-s for Illustrated Circular, which
we think gives positive proof of lt virtues. No
remedy baa ever met with nui-b uu'iUMllfled
8uccet t our know ledge, for beaht aH well as
Price $1. per bottle, or six bottles for S5. AH
Prus.-ifts have it or can get it, for you. or it
will he oent to any address on Teeeipt of price
by tha proprietor. Lilt. B. J. KUNJJAL1, i CO.
Etioslmrg i alls. Vt. - - - 3-ry
SOLE) HY AL& Oni'G GISTS
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