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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1883.
3 fa s
Fiili ILinc ciici-al Merchandise.
Full Ijiuo dtaiicral Merchandise.
Always m Hand,
Always on Maud.
f "BURLINGTON ROUTE" i
GOING EAST AND WEST.
F.lffrant I)av Conches. Tarlor Cars, with Rrclin-
liitf hairs (sats frec. Smoking Cars, w ith
volvinp Chairs. Pullman lal.aee frilei-pirc'Cars anl
the famous t It. IJ. Dining Cars run Uuiiy to ami
from Chicago &. Kansas City, Chicago & Council
IllufTs. Chicacro Iws Moim-s. Chicairo. St. Jo-
soph, Atchison & TofM.-kA. Only through line be-twrt-n
Chicago, Lincoln Denver. Through cars
iM'twcrn Indianapolis & Council BlulTs via l'coria.
All connections mab in I'nion I)i'it-;. It is
kiiuwnasthc ert-atTUItOCGHCAii LINK.
e Finest Coulppod Railroad in tho
IT. J. rOTTETJ, 3,1 Vics-Pres't and tlen'l Manager.
Cuiiie to tlir fr.)T!t v.
i , ... .- - , n 1 v , , f r. v 1 , - 1 v -"7
Staple and Fancy Groceries
AVe always buy the Lost goods in the market, and guarantee everything
we sell We are suit agents in this town for the sale of
; PERFECTION" GROUND SPICES,
AND THE CELEBRATED
"BAT A VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Tlatt'd "Tiger" br?.nd of Baltimore Oysters
always on hand. Come and see us. Wo ill make you glad.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The lu st and most complete assortmer.t in the city. In tlie ltOCKAVOOD
"BlOCK, two doors west of Carruths. Call and see us.
No oll stock to vrlc oil'. The latest patterns tt
I-'LOlTi:. FKlvbAXl) PRO VISIONS.
The Very Highess Market Price paid for Country Prcd nee
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMUOTH.
Prices for Cash
& Quincy Railroad.)
COING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Eleirant Day Coaches and Pull
man 1'alace Sleeping Cars are run daily to and
iroin ti. iouis, via nannioni, ijuincy, R-eoKuJC
Burlington. Cedar Capitis and Albert Lc-a to St.
Paul and Minneapolis; I'arlor Cars with Inclining
i nairs to and irom ti. iotns ana l eona ana to
and from St. I-ouis and Ottumwa. Only one
chango of cars between St. Louis and Des
Moines, lowa, Lincoln, Jscuraaiui, and Denver.
It is uaiversaUy admitted to bo the
World for all Classes of Travel-
PERCEVAL LOWELL, Gen. Fass. Ag't, Chicago.
a coi.ipb'to flock of
AX FOR SALE BY
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
::: a : . U .... 3.!.!f...!. ..ti;' !:.:: rt- .M
Orders .tc:i f.u- WILSON LKOS.
BOAhl) by the DAY or WEEK.
I ' i I 111 Sa
. Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
-DEAL.EKS IX ALL KINDS OK
Lu mbei; Sash.Doors. Blinds
The PiiATTSMOUTII IIEIiALD PUBLISHING COMPANY has
every facility for first-class
In Every Department.
OlZl StOCk, Of
And materials is large and
izXJhJbfcS 3 X M
.-S W.--"iifl rip
GENTS' FU RMS HERS.
MASON & HAMLIN
P 1 1 EX It Y F. MILLEH and
P Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
complete in every department.
HERALD PUB. CO.
lt to prck'buf 'srtf tw-aa
THE PASSION PLAY.
Hanging a Woman.
A Big Law Suit.
Car Shops Iluruetl Etc.
Atlanta, Ga., March :;0. -."Several
masked men last night went to the
home of Mn. Joshua Hill, oyer fceven-ty-eight
years old, and outraged her
and her two daughter. Two arreata.
San Fkancisco, March SO. A light
shock of earthquake was felt at 7:45
this morning at Ilollison, Sau Heneto
county. Brick buildings were cracked,
and for a time there was n panic
among the inhabitants.
CAIt SHOPS BUUNKD.
l'KoniA, March SO. The car shops
of the Hock Island & lVoiia railroad
weitt burned to-night. Two passenger
cars and all the workmen's toola
burned. Total loss, $10.00 ; building
insured ; cause unknown.
HIE rKNVEIt A. KIO i ItANDE.
Salt Iake City, March so. The
superintendent says the last spike will
be driyen at noon to lay on the Utah
extension of the Denver & ItioOrande
road. Dodge wil! he there from Den
ver. Nobody from here. No rolling
stock to spare.
THE "PASSION plat."
New York, March SO. A full re
hearsal of the "Pesaion Play" was giv
en tonight. The theatre was jammed.
So great was the crush that the doors
had to bo closed. Hundreds were
turned away. The play was given in
full, without police interference. It
received much applause. Salmi Morse
wai called before the curtain. He made
a speech in which he said he was
happy and full of thankfulness. Quite
a sensation was caused by a drop cur
tain almost taking fire from the foot
lights. A large police force was pres
ent. rOR NON-FULFILLMENT OF CONTRACT.
St. Paul, March 30. A nuit against
the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & North
ern railroad, by the Northwestern Fuel
company of this city, began this after
noon. The Northwestern Fuel com
pany made a contract in July, 1881.
for the transportation of not less than
100,000 tons per year of coal from their
mines in Good Cheer, Iowa, to points
in Minnesota, the contract to run un
til July 1. 1S36. The fuel company
claim they expended $200,000 for cars
and $100,000 for developing the mine
Upon March 20, 1883, they notified tlte
fuel company that they would not ful
fill the contract any further. The fuel
company state that they have com
plied with all the terms of their con
tract, and bring suit in the district
court for the sum of $1,251,550, giving
that as the amount they will lose by
tho non-fulfillmeat of the contract.
MRS. WEAKER HUNO.
Windsor, Vt., March 30. Mrs.Mea-
ker, who is to be executed this after
noon, slept soundly last uigtt, and
after breakfasting, in accordance with
her request made yesterday to see the
gallows, was led out by the sheriff this
morning to examine it. She closely
scrutinized every part of the structure.
ascended the steps of the scaffold alone,
with a firm tread, and without emo-
lion, inquiring or. tue iiieriu n i.e
would be required t climb the fatal
tairs unaaiiited. The droD and the
mode of its working were looked into
with an air of morbid curiosity, and
yeinaf the trap, she asked, "Is that the
After returning to her quarters. sh
waa vioitat Vk7 n nhqnlqin nt mnt
nod lioitcu w; nuw vuupiuiu, muA uiftur
fested the most stolid indifference, but
later on she was viiited by Sheriff
Atherton, of whom she inquired after
her husband and daughter, and then
with much agitation said : "Tell them
I am to b murdered today, i am an
innocent woman." She alluded to her
son's confession as a lie, and said he
had brought her to the gallows. When
atherton rase to leave she betran to
cry and kissed his hands twice, and
sending her love to the folks at home,
he cried, "Good-bye; good-bye," as he
t . ir i r i i
U5thta afternoon. She protested In
I I1UVCUUC kU tUC IMk.
TREASURER'S BOOKS EXAMINED.
The acting" secretary of the treasu
ry today appointed a committee to ex
amine the books, money and accounts
of the treasurer of the United States,
preparatory to the transfer of that of
fice to Wyaian. the ucwly appointed
treasurer. Wy man's appointment
takes effect the 1st pros. Ilis bona
of 150,000 has been approved, aad he
has already taken tbe oath of office.
Mill- Siliklk 4 linn I
xjiu j i cairn ii i r uuci.
Cabinet Meeting-New Treas
Washinoto.n, Maich 30. The acting
secretary of the treasury today ap
pointed Cpt. T. W. Curril, of New
York, chief of the bureau of engrav
ing and printing. Cuptain Iiurrill
is now purchasing agent of tho bur
eau. ASSISTANT TltEASl'&KU.
The piotiident this nitcruoon ap
pointed E. O. Graves assistant treas
urer ol tho United Slates, to till the
place ot A. W. "Wyinau, promoted,
(iravea hitherto nan been ttuperiutend
eat of the national bond of rcdi.'iiip
tiou division ol" ilic treasury depart
ment. THE PRESIDENT'S PRIVATE PARTY.
Madame L'hiistiuc Nilhson win en
tertained at dinner by the president
at the White IIou.s- litis morning.
The diuuer was Ktriclly private, the
only persons present being the presi
dent. Mine. Nilsson, .Ir. and Midi
Doreruus, Judge (ray, (.'apt. Itayott,
Mr. I'hillipH, and Mm. 1 luino worth,
sister of tlie preid ut.
The cabinet mee ting today wua at
tended by Secretary' Fn linghuyKcii,
Chandler and the attorney general.
There was some dicusion as to
whether the President can (ill the va
cancy in the postotticc deparlincnt by
more tliauj udu temporary appoint
ment loi ten days. The subject waa
finally referred to the attorney gener
al for an opinion.
THE OLD WOULD.
A Notable Alliance.
What DeLesseps Says.
Berlin, March 30. Fran Hurt a sis
ter of Von Moltke, ia dad.
London, March 30. King Alfonso haa
conferred the order of Golden Fleece
upon the Crown Prince Frederick Wil
liam. This gives great satisfaction in
THE EMrEROIl'S HEALTH.
Berlin, Marck 30. It is officially an
nounced that the emperor has Tirtually
recovered his usual condition of health.
Sunday and Monday his symptoms oc
casioned considerable alarm.
IILGII AND EDITH.
LONDON, March 30. A matrimonial
alliance is arranged between Hugh North-
cote, a eon of Sir Stafford Northcotc,
and Miss Edith, daughter of ex-Secrctary
Hamilton Fish, of New York.
STILL THEV COME.
Dublin. March 30. Three huu dred
and fifty emigrants left Bclmullet,county
Mavo. today for America. An immense
throng of people witnessed the depart
ure of Timothy Keefc, convicted for the
murder of his uncle, April 20, and sen
tenctd to death.
DE LESSEP3 SCHEME.
London, March 30. AdficcH from
Tozor, Tunis, says DeLesseps has ar
rived there. He says explorations make
it plain that an inland sea in the desert
of bahara is practicable, and can be ac-
rnmnlihhed I iv nsinrr a lmndred excavat-
lng machinC8 aml a hundred thousand
. another threat.
London, March 30. The police are m
"ce'P1 of.a letter purporting to emanate
unleB3 tbe men chared with the Phoenix
park murders, and now confined at Kil-
I mainham jail awaiting trial, are at once
releasee, tne central leietcrapn omce in
PlaUsmouth City Markets.
PBOVI6ION8, FKUIT, FEED AC (RETAIL)
Iteported by M. B. Murpby & Co.
Flour f3.00 (&;4.50 perewt.
Chopped Feed l,--i
(iraham Flour f.J.oo
B""er-v w&itei per lb
Cheese (part kim) 15
Cheece (full ereain) 20 "
Sugar Cured Hams 17 "
liacon 14 -
KiES uZi ''.V is
Foultry f i-V) Ub 6 "o perdoz.
t. I . .:. t',
- 1 swet " '."""."".i'
VAtsn ct. ier bu.
Annies fwinter) l.W a $lt5
Sweet Cider 15c per gal
Oysters, select 'A2 pcrcau
" Common 40
Piatt smouth Telephone Exchange.
1 J. P. Young, residence.
2 Bennett & Lewis, store.
3 M. B. Murphy & Co., "
4 Bonner Stables.
5 County Clerk's office.
6 K. B. Lewis, residence.
7 J. V. Weckbach, store.
8 Western Union Telegraph office.
9 I). U. Wheeler, residence.
10 P. A. Campbell,
14 K.B. Wlndnam, "
,5 Jr.o. Wayinii,
, .1. W. .l.-iiHhiK.
J 7 W. H. WUf. oillre,
,1 MorrlNtry Iti'OH,, iIRi'.
i W. It. Curlrr. lor".
tl. W. KairdeM, r.MeiiC.
vj M. I Muntiy.
I l. II. Wlift-U-r At Co . crfllcw. j
2.1 J. P. Taylor. r-luuec,
vi Flrnt Nutluliul I'.iHik.
i& p. V.. Rutliuu'B ipIHi'C
M . P. Vountf. .tore.
an Prrkliet llous.
j It. W. IIvt. rt-NliliMirr.
31 .louriinl nir.
3 HHIAI.O Pt ll. t'O otllc.
3.S .1. N. Wl-c, n-hliltMico.
:m M. M. i:iiHniiiii, "
3? W. I. loii.-n, "
jH A.N. ISulllvaii, "
;(. II. K. PiiliiH-r. "
40 W. II. hclillilkiH'dit, otllrr.
41 Siiilllvan & Woon-y,
4 A. W. MoiAiiiilillii. ifHltteiir.
41 A. PiilD tMHi. livery.
44 C. M. Iloliiie-i, "
4, L. H. lt-iii"l t. rctlilciiuc.
4.1 .eo. S. ,Sniltll.-tllce.
47 L. A. MimiIb, tlor ht.
4'i .1, W. n.iineft. iclilenen.
M R. R. l.lvliiKtou, ollleu,
jt7 J. V. Veektii:h. runKliiurt.
. r. i liaiiUln WHkIiI.
j 10 W. II. hclllUIkneillt
3J(i Uc. 8. hltlllll.
iO It. R, LlvliiKton.
315 C. i:. UiilUr.l.
TliA twlteli botint roioet" PUlUinoutli with
Ahl(tii'l. ArlhiKton, lil;ur. Conurll HI ittt-. Kie
mout, Lincoln, iu.ilia ulel KUliolii tUtloii.
Proposals for Military Sup
plies. IlKAIxl AIITKHS iiKI-'r OK TIIK Pl.ATTK,
t'liiel (Jii;iileliiiiiMel ' Oilim-.
OMAHA, NhK., M.ik-Ii IMt'i.
SKAI.rn MtoroMAI.H, III lrllleitl. hii: Jeel to
Uih llr- usual eml II loim, will l n-eelvnl Hi
tliN ulllet- until U o'eloek M.. on Weilniolay, .
April l. I;l. or ..I. I In' ann- liour OiIIowIhk lor
tin- tlilleHMici! Ill time.) ill tin) olUeei ol lli
uarleriuaHl-l' at tin lollowli'K named lal.m
ul vliicli plaei-H anil I iiim lliey wij l; (ieiiril
In I lie iifenre ol liidili-is, lor t lie Ini i.l'lnni;
ami delivery r Military hiiHei dulin IIjh
year eoiniiieiielnK .ItllV 1st, l-.t. HUH Milium
June attlh, ls. a" lollo. : Wood. Hay Ulili
I liarcia!. or .ueli of nald hii l I - a may
reiiuued at Onialia le.ol. l oit Oinalia, Port
Nlold-.il.. 1'oit l'lne). lieyenini le.., I oil
ltiiss-ll, port Steele, l'lt I lunula. Pol I Itoldll
rou.l'oit P.iiduer, I ort Lainuiie, I oil Idi-hln-liey.l'ort
Wa-hakle, ami loit I In.i liliui uli,
aixl lor tlie delieiy at l oit I ImhuoiiikI' '1
jjillH of Coal of 2!M poitliUM to Hi" Ion.
Piopot-aU will aim te reeelveil at UiIm mien
ui to the day and liour above named, for tue
dt livi ry on tlieeartal tlio iolnl nearest tolne
iiiiiii h or tin; line of tlie I'liloii Parllle Railway,
of elfclit tliouiand Ion. td oal ol 2JIO ;.ouni
to tlie too. AIno for delivery at Omana Depot,
or at Matloiift on tlie main line of tlie I mon J'a
elllc Ral way eaut Irom hearin y J uuei Ion, of
Iaii million .ouiei Corn, ami ouh million
pounds Oat.. I'.IiIh for i ram hlioiild nlaie lliu
rale mt Iihi IIh, not per liu.ihe.
rropuhals lor elllier eia- 01 in) mon-n men
tioned, oi Lr uaul Itie. st tlinu llm w Hole
1 -l in i ! will lie n-eelved. Kaell proposal
rliould he in triplleate, ft I'ahath. nn hacii
Alt'l iri.K Ai I.ACH H I ATION, nnd Inilsl lilt lie
iroinpanled lv a bond In Hie kuiii ol live lniud
red dollars ( .Hhii executed dricllylu aeeord-
anee witli the prlnled liiHtriletl'iiis, ami iinoii
tlie blank form furiib-lied uinlei tin ailveill-e-nieiil,
KuaraiileeiiiK lliat Hie parly iii.iKiiii; lint
proponal shall not willnlraw I lie name willilii
Klxty days from tin; date announced lor open
ing tiiem ; and kuppli-H bid lor, awarded
thereunder, lie will, within ten days utter be
iiil notified of tlie award, (provided kucIi uoll
lleatioii be made within tlie Mlxtv dayn abova
mentioned.) aeecpl tin; same ami fdinlhli
and Miitlieleul suretie., at onee, for I he tail hf nl
lierfornianee of I he eontraet. I he Covernnieiit
reservi-M Hie ilnht to rej-et any or all propo
sals. A preference will bepvell to ai lii'le of
jllatiK proposal-! unit printed circulars, Klal
llii; lln kind, mid estimated ouautllleH of
Wood. Ilavand Chareoal rtouired at eacu .ta-
lioii.and eivinir full instructions us to Hifl
manner of biddniK, ;ondllioiiit to be observe!
liy bidders and terms ol eonl ract, etc., w in no
furnished on application t' this olllen or to tlin
Quarterinaxteis at Hie various station" named.
P.iivclopcn coiilainlnii proposals .bouhl I e
iriarkeil : "ProiX'als lor at ."
and aililressed (o tin; undersigned or to tho ic-
spectivo 1'ost and liepot luai tei masters.
.J oil. v. l-1 is iv v , f;ait:iirr,
A. O. M , P. S. A., in charge of C. tt. i,V of
fice, Heji't. ol the Plai te. OL'tl
Secure Yourself a
Forty Acres laid oT in City L'Ai,
in Palmer's Addition.
77. & M. UAlLliOAD H110VH,
Just outside the City limits, and not sub
ject to city Taxes.
FINE 1 IKS I DENT LOTS
where a fchop man, or any other man, can
eat hid dinner under his own root nnu
not cold grub from a dinner pail
in the dusty, smoky shops.
Only three to ton minutes' walk
from his work. Call on
.TAS. S, MATIIKWS,
Att'y at Law and Ileal Estate Agent.
Over Baker's Storc.will make terms to nult
Lots from $iO to 50
On time.or for Cash.to men that will btnl d
No Lut for fjfieculatort I
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
Graining Glazing Pacer Hamflui,
Leave orders at arrlck's, Flattsmouth, 1 eb.
our l-irrc u tBOFX nriDB
ruUax t'on'i tttltuLlr betat
91alll n-re la All. W
:U ljilr-t A or fit ill In
mb. 1 M m im i9M'i rui as t.orn, vmim
m1 l ln-Mt, ai.a tlin lir- ( allcctton of Wifulohle,
I'1owt, nihl TmStXIl, Kvervthlniri I-IM.
Adore. COLt; At UKU orUm.4'k.LJL A. lUVfi.
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