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I'LATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1883.
Full fLiiu; CncfiKcral
Full ILim; CpJciieral
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
(Chicago, Burlington &. Quincy Railroad.)
GOING EAST AND WEST.
Kl'trant Day Conches. Farlor Cars, with Reclin
ing Chairs (siats frw). Smoking Cars, with Iio
volving Chairs, I'ullman Falaen Sleeping Cars and
ill" famous C. H.ft Q. Dining Curs run daily to and
from CliM-afr & Kansas City, Chicago Council
i;iiir!.-, i'Iik-uo K les Moines. Clucaxo. bt. Jo
"l'h. Atchison & Toricka. Onlv thrmiirh line be-
j'wi-m Chicago, Lincoln & Denvi-r. Through cars
' lirwn Iiili:mapohs x Council lilufrs via IVona.
All conm-cti.itis made in Union l'iot3. It is
known as the great THKOUGII CAU LIN IS.
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Elegant Day Coaches and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily to and
from St. Louia, via Hannibal, Quincy, Keokuk,
Burlin.rrton. Cedar Rapids and Albert Lea to St.
1'aul and Minneapolis; l'arlor Cars with Reclining
Chairs to and from St. Ixmisi and Feoria and to
and from St. Ixuis and Ottumwa. Only one
change of cars between St. Louis and Lett
Moines, Iowa, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Denver,
It is universally admitted to be the
u Finest Equipped Railroad In tho World for all Classes of Travel-
T. J. POTTRH. 3il Yici-Pros"! an,! fipn'l Manager. PKRHEVAI. IlWF.I.It fipn. Pakk Af't. rhicajro.
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BENNETT & LEWIS,
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Sr? kZi 5c i vide
Come to the front with a complete stock of
and Fancy Groceries
FJiKSII AND NICE.
AVc :ilv;:vs buy the test goods in the. market, and guarantee everything
we sell V e are Vole agents in this town lor the sale of
' P Elt FK( -TION" GROUND SPICES,
AND TIIF. Cl'.LEBRATEI)
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing liner in the market. Plait's "Tiger" brand of Baltimore Oysters
always on hand. Coma and pee us. We will make you glad.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE B
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SUl'UEME COURT DECISION.
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u:er t:.:.i ;i loi V, ILM'X hKOS.
She Had it "Up Her Nose.
A Fight for a Girl.
STATION EKY. NOTIONS,
CADDIES xVlSTX) C1Q-AB3.
MASON & HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
St. hoi is, March 31. This morning
200 persons under charges of Kider
Mortal), of the. Mormon church, pass
ed through ho Union depot eimuite
for Utnii. Thee rouvtru all came
from the notit hern btutcs.
HOI-LINO STOtK ATTACH KI.
St. 1 acl, March 31. -Tlie attor
neys of the North western h uel Co,
today ultHchcd till the rolling stock of
the iSnrliugton, Cedar Kapidb &
Northern railroad to be found in St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Albert (am, in
all about 100 coachej and freight car.
The road is a portion of the Hock Is
land system, and no more of its rol
ling stock will be sent into the Mate
of Muinewola, but there it will use
j the cars of the Minneapolis & St. Paul
VAs::iNi'iON, March 31 dipt. .T.
i. E. ids recently wrote Senator (Jib
Bon, enclosing his resignation us a
member of the M ississippi river com
mission, which lie requested to lay
before the president for acceptance.
Senator (iibson in reply says it there
is to be any merit in the Mississippi
river commission it belongs to Capt.
do, bhu took the Housatonlc road at
Bridgeport and went to Ashlty Falls,
Mass., whertt she met liradley, as had
been previously arranged, and they
went to Shellleld and were married.
Miits Brooker is a young lady of fine
appearance, about St yearn of age, and
is of good family, her father being one
of the prominent men of Torrington,
and in very good circumstances, living
about a mile and a half from thw vil
lage on the road to Litchfield. Mins
Brooker is the youngest of s i daugh
ters and has on brother. Her mother
is dead. The girl has always conduct
ed herself in a propper manner and no
one hud ever suspected that there was
anything improper between her and
the young fellow. Bradley in a full
blooded African and has worked for
her fattier about three jears. Last
week, when Mr. Brooker discovered
the whereabouts of his daughter, he
went to Ashley Falls, accompanied by
his son, and tried to persuade her to
return home. She would not listen to
them, and, crushed with shame, and
despair, they were compelled to return
home, leaving her with her hiuhand
in a miserable, shanty in Ashley Fulls
Miss Brooker'tf conduct is inexplicable,
as her home relations have always
been the pleasantest and she has grown
up in luxury and relinement. Her
family feels the disgrace keenly and
everybody sympathizes with them.
ON THE WAR PATH.
The Hcil Devil's Doin-s.
Prospect of War.
BOARD by the DAY or WEEK.
Meals at Alt Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
3Ls TJJT 3M IS XES IRi.
IIinnsvili.e, Mex. March 31. Tliirty
L'.wla Inr thn ciiwua nt. tl.ft i..Mici two IJCODlC have ICCU Klllfc"! 1U Hie 1HbI
led to the conception of applying by "'ne The hostile are moving
appropriate legislation the principles toward Arizona lo a sparsely settled re
loads had adapted to the whhle river ifi"11-
Tho senator predicts t hat the day is crook's orrovniNirY.
not far distant when a grateful people Tucson, March 31. The White Moun-
from the jetties to the headwater of tun tribes arc open iii declaring they
the valley, will unite to erect some will on the war oath this moon uu- proponal li;ill not withdraw Hie ;hhm within
. J .... !.. ... ,. , , sixty lai from the l;ite Mimoiiixd lor op;u-
fitting memorial in honor ot the Jess something positive is accomplished. iii.-m; ami kiippli h i.i.i lor. mwhh1-1
. . , . . .. . . ilii.r..iinler. lit- W ill, willilli ten v i lit ! r . Ixv-
great engineer, who not ouiy gave There is certain Uauger oi an attempt oy ,, ' .k,.t .u.-ci of the i.ui. (i.iovi.ii hik.Ii notl
them deep water to the sea, but so- aa organized body of citizens from Cit- ; Xl';. f'SlfS
f nrit v altfn nfralnst the flondri. 4 r.ui,i Tiunlulrni. nml K:m I ':irli I mul MiillW-icii t ui-lif. at onirf. lor i lm laillilul
- . -;,Irfol.lliaMC1.(f,)1.,.,,,lt,:l,.t. IheOovrninent
A BRUTAL HOIIT, I htm in t the Indi.ins. I no reservation I rLUfrvi-H Hih rlifht tn rt-h-rt xnv or all kiopo-
if.,..,.,T r,T .v r-,.I. k in st ... i aK. a pu fcK iuo will Im::;v ii toaitlclc-i. ot
Thursuay two young men naiucu. portunity. Twenty-seven have iecr.
KOS3 and roiuts, Having nal eome killed in nine days.
I I at l moil th Telepliouo J'zclinii2
1 J. I. YouiiR, rHldoiirf".
2 Iti'lini'lt & l.nn l, ktorf,
A M. II. Murphy & Co., "
4 llolitirr MulilfH.
ft Coniily I'll Ik' offlre.
A K. It. f.rwl., ri-nlcjrurr.
7 .1. V. Wcekliaeli. .loir.
M Wcilrrn l iilon li-li-KiApb ofllrn.
tt l. II. Whrrlrr, renl.l. uc.
10 It. A. uliiulirll,
11 K. II. WliKlnnin,
,fl .)'. W'uyuiuii, "
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J7 W. H. l.r. otlli'i-.
.it Moriit.t-y IUon olllco,
j V It. Cuitt-r, .Iom.
.(. . W. Kairllhl, rj.MMirr,
vV M. 1 Murphy.
t. It. II. NVhfrlt-r t Co . olllco.
;"i J. r. Taylor. ielil-ic,
l liit Nuliiiiiitl Hank.
V. E. KiiIIiiit'h iltle.
lt J. I'. Vooi'li. nloiu.
vh i'eiklns lloue.
a R. W. Hvro.reflUi'iiCtt.
H HutAi.o I'cii. 'o oflhie.
X, J.N. Wle, rfNlilrliew.
'm; H, M. ( hupniaii, "
17 W. I. Ioim-h,
-A A. N. ruillliuu, "
;):, II. K. 1'Hlim r,
40 W. II. hciiil'IkiiM'ht, olllce.
41 Sullivan i "Vun -y,
4 ' A. W. Meuiuiihliu. reslleiii'.
4"l A. l'atl-io". Ilvt-iy.
4 t:. M. Holme.
4.-, L. I. IW-niH'tl, remliliMieo.
4d lieo. 4 .Soillll, olllc c.
47 L. A. Mimiv, llor hi.
4'i .1, W. Ilaiuct. iflilfin-e.
W It. K. l.lvlii?ton, olliee,
Mi I. V. VVecknaeli. reaKlence.
'i:ir, rhaplaln WllKhl.
;I0 W. II. fv-htnlkiircht "
ypf IJm. S Mmllli, "
3,U R. It, LIvuiK'loli. "
15 C. C. Kallaul, "
TlH'wlK'h ho. ml eonimet I'l.tt I smoiii h with
Ashlaipl. A i Huston. ISl.ilr, I'ouiiell 111 .ill-, ri
inoiil, LuiojIii. Omah.i awl I.IkIioiiiUIIoii.
Proposals lor Military Supplies.
H K UOI'AlfTKU KI''I OK I II K I'l.ATTK,
l'hn-1 iiiaiti-nnasier't iMIIi'i-,
OMAHA. Ni.it. , M.iM-li Til), nikl.
SKA!.!- U I'Kol'ObAI.M, III tilplK'Ult'. Hil. Jcrl lo
the I In usual lumi it loim, w III In; i crlveii at
tl.I-l ollice until i o' hx k M.. on Weilni .day,
April IS. IKS.t, or .il tne caiue noui lanowniK mi
tin- inilcienrn 111 lime.) at I Im olIIe oltllU
Ouarierina-.t in at the followinK iohimmI nlal oint
at whii h places and t luu liny wi.l l opened
ill Hie pie-eliee t tiiddi li, lot Hie f ill l.l-li I li
and delivery ol Mi. limy Supplies duiin IIik
ear eoiiiiiK'iii ini? .iinv " i. "", nm rmiiui
June .'Will, lsxi, lollmvn : ooi. nay aim
Charcoal, or cu n oi hiiiii nuppni'i nr m,i;
MMiilied at iMoalia I'epoi. i on iiiiianu, rmt
Nlohr.u.l. loll lilue). neyeniK- I irpni, r oi l
Klisseli. l'"oi l SO ole, I' oi l 1 Innnlac. 1' ol I l.oliln
con. l oll MlilKel. I ort Laoiliiie, l i.lt Mi-Klli-u.-v
I'.. it Wadiakle. and loll I lioliibtllkb.
and lor the ilehveiy at I oi l 1 hoi n i -lit k " l Jui
ton of Coal nl TIM poiiiiiiH lo mi; ion.
1'iopKHal.t CI Hlo lie reeeiveii aiuiii iniru
up lo i lie ilay ami nour aliovi-iij.iih iI, lor inn
di livery on Iheearial I In- poml iieanl lutiic
l.iineH ot tin; line ol Hie t ntoii I a ille Ui.llway,
ol elzht tuousand Ioiim of Coal,, of TW) poillid
to Hie Ion. AI-o lor ilellveiy HI mi l" i'l,
oral idauoim on Hie main line of the Liilon l'a
eilic R.il way u.ist iio.u ne.nie y .1 iinvi nifl-mt
two iniilion pouii-l loin, and one million
iiouiids O.tti. Rids lor i. lain xuouiu siaie iu
rate per uyt lln, not iii-r liu-ilm.
l'iopoals for ellherelii of the nloi inen
tloned. oi for iiuaiitille" less than Ihu wliol
leipilred will lie received. L.ich propohiil
Kholild Im in lllplicaie, 'ki-aiia i r. run r
Ani i i.k at iai ii station, and must be ac-
eoiupanied bv a bond In l In: .uiu oi live bund
led dollars .Tioii) executed MiKtly In accord -
nine with tlie pi mted liiHtruciioiiM, aim noon
the blank foi iu f in ni-lied under I hi advei iIhi!
liient, suai anteeiij! i hut the pally inakliii tlm
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DKAL.KKS IN ALL KINDS OF
Lumber, Sash,Doors, Blinds
Cement, Plaster, H
The PliATTSMOUTII HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY has
every facility for first-class
trouble about a jfirl, met between
Love and Long Creek to fijfht it out.
To make it interesting they agreed to
fight for a way;er of twenty-five dol
lars. The fight lasted nearly an hour,
the men fighting and biting like dogs.
Ito3s lost his nose and ouo finger, and
Points had his ribs broken and other
wise badly used up, and is reported
dead. A more brutal and outrageous
affair never took place. It was wit
nessed by 7o or luu men without in
terference from an youe. Why & civ
ilized community would allow such
heathenish and outrageous conduct
is difficult to understand. No arrests
have been made yet, but there proba
bly will be trouble.
ENTITLED TO ni3 BERTH.
Chicago, March 31. The supreme
bench of Illinois, the whole bench as
senting, has just filed an opinion de
claring in substance that the Pullman
palace car company and like corpora
tions are common carriers placing
them on the same category as railroad
companies. This is contrary to the
decision giveu by the same tribunal
several years ago, and affirms the prin
ciple that the present state legislature
has endeavored to employ in the sta
tute. The suit was brought by Luke
Levin against the car cjmpauy-for re
fusing to permit him to occupy the
MOVKMK.NT OK TH K TKOORrt.
Tucson, March 31. 'I ho troops arc
all moying towards the Mexican line t
intercept the Indians on their return to
tho Sonoro. A baud of fifty ho-tiles are
reported as having been seen near the
Arizona line going towards Clifton.
There is a rumor that Major Tuppor,
from Huachaca, had a fight with the In
dians and lost twenty-six men. General
Carr and one hundred meu will leave
Tucson for Benson tonight.
WHO ARE THEY.
Sakta. Fe, N. M. March 31. Mexican
troops under General Carbo arc in the
field to take uo prisoners but kill bucks
souaws and children. The casualties in
Arizona have been heavy, four men hav
ing been killed. Clark's camp No. 4. on
the Gila river and the two Iieache's
ramn are total wrecks. The hostiles ure
believed to belang to the Jus band, rein
forced bv some Chiiicahuas. All tiie
troops of southern New Mexico arc in
the field and all possible measures for
the protection of settlers aud the pun
ishment of tne Indians are being taken
by general McKeuzie.
liinest ie nrotluction.
liiallK proposal anu priuic.u ninrmi, mui
iiiK tin kind, and cMimalcd iiamli leu of
Wood. Hav and Charcoal leiiiuied at each sta
tion, and Klvlni? full li.wtiuitioiis an to tlr
manner of liiddniB, condition to be obcervil
by bidders and terms of contract, etc., will be
furnished on application t' tlim ollice or to the
Ojiarleriiiaxters at Ibe various station named.
Envelopes coniaiinni; proposal fihiiiiu i -
marked : "I'lopoials ..r at .'
and addressed lo I b undcp-lKiicd or to the le
spcetive post and llepot luai IcriliaslerH.
JOHN V. 1' X'RLV. Captain,
A. Q. M . C. S. A.. In charge, of C. U. M' of-
hce, Dep t. of the riaue. o;i
Secure Yourself a
Forty Acres laid oT in C Lots,
in Palmer's Addition,
Chicago Grain Market.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The best and most complete assoitmcr.t in tiie city. In the UOCKWOOD
BLOCK, two doors west of Carriuh3. Call AND see us.
In Every Department.
UP TO 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
sleeping berth assigned him, which he Kpeciai Dispatch to the iikkalk.
Catalogues i Pa
ofEered to pay for. The lower courts
decided the plaintiff had no power to
enforce accommodation from the car
company, and that it was optional on
its part to furnish the same. The
court asserts that the running of the
sleepers has become a business and so
cial necessity, and in that view the law
can impose obligations on the company
the same as on railroads, ferrymen and
inn-keepers. In the language of the
opinion, "Where, therefore, a passen
ger under the rules of the company is
entitled to a berth by paying the usual
fare and -to whom no personal objec
tion attaches, enters the company's
sleeping car at tbe proper time for the
purpose of procuring accommodations
Chicago, March 30. Call 3 p
May, 110; June, 111?? July.lll;
April 51M; May, 56?; June, 57J;
July, 59tf ;
April, 40; May, 44&; June,43;
27. & if. RAILROAD HUOrX, ,
Jufat outside the City limits, and not sub
ject to city Taxes.
FINE RESIDENT LOT&-
where a bhop man, or any other man, ca
eat his dinner under his own roof and
not cold grub from a dinner pail
in the dusty, smoky shoos.
Only three to ten minutes1 walk
from his work. Call on
.IAS. S, MATHEWS,
PlaUsmouth City Markets.
rKOVISIOHB, FRCIT, FEED AC. (KKTAIL)
Reported by M. B. Murphy Co.
Flour $3.00 ..L.'V) perct.
Meal i. aa "
Bran 5 c "
Chopped Feed $1.25 "
Rve Flour i2.HO "
for a berth, offering or tendering the I oranam Flour .$3.00
WUVIpVI w t -
Att'y at Law and Real Estate Agei
Over Baker's Store, will make terms to sil ,
Iiots from to 5
On timc.or for Cah,to men that will bu ,
No Lot for Speculalort 1
HOUSE, SIGN, AN
Fresii . C3r
No old stuck to -wuik ori'.
The latest patterns cf
C3-L-A.SS .ISTL Q,TJEIIlIsrS"W"jftL.E.
FLOUH. FEED AND FJiOVISIONS.
The Very Higbess Market Price paid for Country Pre dnce
DREW BUILDING, PLATTSMUOTH.
Oiz? Stock of jBZclixIc 2? cupels
And materials is large and complete in every department.
OBDERS ZBIT MAIL SOLICITED'
PLATTSM0UTH HERALD PUB. CO
Sixbsarizbe for- t7zeJDcUly JEIeraLd
customary price therefor, the company
is bound to furnish it, provided it has
one at its disposal." For a braach of
any of these implied duties the court
holds the company clearly liable.
"mashed" on A "COON."
Hartford, Conn., March 31. Miss
Ann Brooker, a bright, pretty girl,
living in Thorrington, in this state,
has eloped with her father's negro
coachman, named James Bradley. A
short time ago Miss Brooksr went to
New York on a visit, and when she
left there, instead of coming home as
her friends supposed she was going to
Cheese (part kim) 15
Cheese (lull cream)
Sugar Cured Hams 17 '
liacon 14 "
Shoulders 15 "
lirirt Hpf 15 "
Foultry $4.50 46 6.00 perdoz.
Kites 10 4 12'i C. "
Cahbage.. C "
i .xioice xruimucB iu ti i
Sweet " 1)
Onions 75 cu "
Apples (winter) l.oofijSt.
Sweet Cider 15c per eal
Oysters, select per can
' Common 40 "
GraMai, Glazisi, Pacer Han?
Our l-re C3ABOC5T CITDK
aewrn.Miif uii'i KeltmtH bttttt
U ltaaid I'rM to AIL. W
offir li I jit r.t A'.mIuj In
m.Mmw mw a a m wua, lorn, uaia
n.i ntru, ana me f" ihwiim oi elDI,
FWwr, (jr'l TnwISEED. EerTthlri;l iitM.
lurMi CU BB, lwn. milt WW i.
Lear order at arrlelc'f. mttsnioi
r 'f?'' : hWwm .M ; -
1 Kccial ell ttoaded to. o4 PrMk Mil
T good war to pick onf wifa U -mmnm.
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