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I'LATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, APKIJj :i, 1883.
JFuli Line CjSencruI Merchandise.
Full I Anu Giciicrul Merchandise.
Always on 13 Hand,
Always on Aland.
ESottoin Prices for Cash.
flfioltoHi Prices for Cash
JOSFPH V 'WFfKR Af.H
(Chicago, Burlington &. Quincy Railroad.)
CGING EAST AND WEST.
Elcpant Day Coaches, Parlor Cars, with Reclin
ing Chairs (seats free). Smoking Cars. with Re
volving Chairs, Iiillmtui Palace Sleeping Cars and
.the famous O. 1. & Q. Diiiinpr Cars ruu daily to and
IfYom Chicago t Kansas Citr, Cliicjisrn A Council
ilsiniTs, Chieapo & Ues Moines. Chicago. St. Ji
seph, Atchison Jt Topeka. Only through line le
,L'T'en Chirnsjo, Lincoln & Denver. Through cars
jix twecn Iuiiinnapolis Council lilutls vi v Peoria.
JAil connexions made, in l'nin Depots. It is
Itaomiud the great THROUGH CAR LINK.
r iiioai. tiuippau nuiuocia ir; mo noria lar an tiiasses OT l ravel-
ff. J. POTTl.K, Hi Vici-Prt-s't i:n l Ot. nl Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
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Come to the front with
Siaole and Fancv Groceries
We tilv. :tys Jmy the lt.t goods in the market, and guarantee everything
we sell We are sole agents in this town for the sale of
' iMJUFiarnoN" ground spices,
AND Tin: CELEIiUATED
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,
Xothinglir.tr in the nmrket. Piatt's "Tiger" lr?iid of Baltimore Oysters
always on hand. Coma and t:e; us. We ill make you glad.
HardwEire, Stoves and Tinware.
The l. st a::d inost cuiiiiili-ie Jissorimei-.t in the city. In the UOCKWOOD
liLUCK, l wo diors wt-st of Carruths. " Call and sek vs.
Xo okl ctck t work oil. The latest patterns tf
GLASS JiOSTJD GTJEEISrS"WA.15D53.
FLOUU. FEED AKD PIIO VISIONS.
i he Very Higtess Market Fric8 paid for Country Produce
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Eleeant Day Coaches and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily to andi
iroin si, ioui.-i, vi. v iianuumi, yuincy, &eoKiu,
liurlintrton. Cedar Karids and Albert Lea to St.
Paul and Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with Reclining
i hairs to ana irom bt. ixnns anu reonaanuto
and from Bt. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
chanfro of cars between St. Louis and Des
Glomes, iowa, Lincoln, Ixebraska, and Denver,
It is universally admitted to bo tho
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a complete xtoek of
AX FOR SALE B
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
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Order-taken for WILSON" MJOS
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Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DEAL.EKS IX ALL KIXDS OF-
The PlATTSMOUTII HERALD
In Every Department.
OetaSogues $ ra
Ozz7 StocTc of,
And materials is large and
JJcOJ Ji JCtz5 idl -DLA.LL SOLICITED-
STATIOXE1JV. N 'TIONS,
Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
001 s. Blinds
complete in every department.
HERALD PUB. CO
Deci ease of the Public Debt.
THE TUB LIC DEBT.
Wasiiinotox, 1). C-, April i. The
statement issued today shows the debt
decrease for March S'.,344.826.27. Cash
in the treasury, $30,0:13,000.
U.S. NCrur.M E COCKT TAKES A UEST.
The cliiuf justice iinnouiiced to the
bar this afternoon that tin- United
States supreme court would discon
tinue the healing of 'arguments April
' and would adjourn for the term
EECISIOX OK ATTOKXEY UEXEKAL.
The attorney genera! decides that
the president can make one temporary
designation for ten days only, but he
also decides that the (irsl assistant
postmaster general can lawfully act as
postmaster general for ten days with
out such designation.
FIX ALLY RELEASED.
In the murder case of Charles V.
Kring, plaintiff in error, against the
state of Missouri, the federal supreme
court, by a majority of one, reverses
the judgment of the supreme court of
Missouri. Kring has been tried seven
times for the samtt murder, and is by
this decision liually rrjle isad from sen
tence of death three times imposed.
THE PRESIDENT'S I'LAXS.
Pr aidant Arthur this morning said
his pians for leaving tomorrow have
been somewhat disarranged. lie will
possible not start to Florida for sev
eral 'ays. It is rumored that the
president has been advised by Attor
ney General Brewster that the ap
pointment of a successor to Postmas
ter General Howe must be made with
in ten days of the latter's death, and
President Arthur delays his departure
in order to determine who shall Gil the
The president appointed Martin S,
Chandler, of Minnesota, surveyor gen
eral of Minnesota, vice Jacob S. Stew
art, term of office expired. John G.
Gaamann, of Nebraska, to be agent at
Crow Creek and Lower Brule agency
in Dakota, vice Wm. II. Parkhurst,
suspended. John Kelly, of Oregon,
Wm. B. Dean, Minnesota, and Isaac
Broad, Iowa, commissioners to ex
amine the twenty-five miles of rail
road constructed by the Northern
Pacific in Montana. He also appointed
Aaron II. Cragon, of New York, Al
Dert Ardway, Washington, and G.
Pomeroy Keyes, New York, commis
sioners for another section of fifty
miles of the same railroad in Montana.
Crook and Curtis in Consul
Washington, April 2. Agent AVil
cox, at San Carlos In lian agency, con
firms the report of the presence of
certain Chiricushuas, but declares that
th3 alacrity shown by the agency In
dians in the chase of the savages shows
DRIVEN ACROSS THE LINE.
Tucson, April 2. Advice3 from
Hermosilto state officially that there
is not a single Apache in Sonora
The last were driven across the An
zona line Saturday, about two hun
dred strong. Gen. Crook and Gen,
Curtis have been in consultation by.
telegraph for four hours. It is though t
the Mexican troops will co-operate in
CONCENTRATION OF TROOPS.
ST. Louis, April 2. A dispatch
from San Carlos, New Mexico, reports
that two band3 of the Chiricauhua In
dians entered the reservation on Sat
urday, and that at noon that day were
within two miles of the agency build
ing, moving in the direction of Globe,
Courners were sent in all directions to
warn settlers. Lieutenant Davis, with
a company of Indian scouts, and a band
of volunteer Indians, started in pur
suit early Sunday morning, and cap
tured one warrior, who is believed to
have been concerned in the killing of
a chief of the scouts at Sterling a year
ago. Lieutenant Davis will search
the country for their trail. The rumor
that a fight took place between the
San Carlos and Chiricuahua Indians
has not been confirmed. .Troops are
concentrated : at Benson, Wilcox and
Sepor. It is estimated that the hos
tile in Arizona will not number over
FKOJi ALL PAKTS.
Ucnt'isil IlcikiM ol liitercMl.
HARRISON S FRIEND$.
Chicago. April 3. The democrats
tonight are betting two to one that
Harrison will be elected mayor tomor
row by 4,000 majority. BeU are pret
ty freely taken.
Yokohojia, April -i. The exhibi
tion of marine products and fishing
implements opened the first of March
in Tokios. 1iOO varieties of fish were
shown, with other productions from
ttie sea, lake and river.
ARRESTr.D FOR CRUELTY TO CHIL
DREN. New York, April 2. J.T. Barnum,
Jits. L. Hutchinson, J. A. Btiley and
Jas. Elliott, fathers of the children
whoso performances on the tricycle
and bicycle, have drawn the attention
of the society for tho prevention of
cruelty to children have been arrested
and held for trial in $:00 bail each.
Boston, April 2. Philip Ityan, Jr ,
Chicago, alleged embezzler of $ : 0,000
from the Sand Blast company of Wil
mington, Delaware, for whom the of
ficers have been searching for a year,
was arrested today. He claims that
the money was spent for the benefit of
the company, and will ml return with
out a requisition.
St. Louis. April . The Iron Moun
tain train due at 6:17 a. ni., struck a
rock weighing several tons, which had
rolled on the track at B ishberry, a
smalltown twentv-live miles distant.
The engine rolled down the bank into
the river, the baggage car was thrown
from the track, and the smoker derail
ed. Engineer McGovern and the fire
man were seriously injured. The pas
sengers were uninjured.
Louisville, April 3. A dispatch
was received this morning by local dis
tillers from Ottawa announcing that
the dominion government has decided
to admit importations of whisky from
the United States. Pratt, secretary of
the wine and liquor association, tele
graphs -hat an order is prepared to be
issued tcmorrow or next day, but
make no move until you hear from me
as to the deta'ls.
London April 2. The war oftice
has taken the question of explosives
in hand with vigor and determination.
Among the measures taken for the
purpose of thwarting dynamite work
ers, it has ordered experiments to be
undertaken with a view to preparing
an analysis of the various forms and
compotent parts of all substances that
aie capable of baing employed as ex
plosives. The result of their work
will be given to the police. It i3 be
lieved the inginuity of the men who
are now engaged in the mrnufacture
and use of these diabolical contriv
ances will be thwarted by thi3 means.
THE BRITISH GRAIN TRADE.
London. April 2. The Mark Lane
Express, in its review of the British
grain trade for the past week, says the
possibilities for a favorable harvest
are now Yery much greater than at
any period since the beginning of the
cereal year. No fresh feature in the
wheat market reported since the Eas
ter holidays. The demand is feeble
and prices tend downward. Foreign
wheat nominally unchanged, but scan
ty demand. Flour in liberal suppjv,
Maiza cheapening. Barley uiet. Oats
dull. Cargoes off coast neglected
Eleven cargoes arriv d and lour sold;
nine withdraw and eight remain
About twenty more due. Sales of En
glish whsat for the pa3t week, 41.805
quarters, at 42s, against 35,:J79 quar
ters, at 43s Id for for the correspond
ing period, last year.
Chicago, April 2. The game be
tween Morris and Wallace this after
noon was devoid of interest, as Wal
lace did no fine playing. Morris ran
away from him, and won easily. The
score stood : Morris, total G00, average
10 30-57, highest run 8l. Wallace,
total 35G, average 7 vO-56, Honest run
The night game between Vignaux
and Sexton drew a very large audience,
including many ladies. Sexton opened
the game very weakly. In the first
fourteen innings he averaged less than
five, against an average of over thirty
by Vignaux. The call at the close of
the fourteenth inning showed Vignaux
442, Sexton 6-3. After the eighteenth
inning Vignaux played iudifferently,
and seem disposed to allow Sexton to
reach at least 400; but the New York
er could not improye his opportunity,
and in the 21st inning Vignaux fin
ished. The score: Vignaux, total
COO, average S8 12-21. Sexton, total
route trial today Dorsey wna still on
the stand undergoing cross-examination
by Merritt. Nothing of Interest
Ingorsoll, in making objections to a
question. Bald Berdell had gone
through Dorsey'a copy books and
take any letteis that could bu of any
possible use to the defendants, and
given these to thb government in part
consideration of its protection. Other
letters he had forged and manufac
tured. His client now proposed stand
ing upon Ids legal right, and accepting
tho consequences that might befall
him from any influence caused by his
conduct. The counsel could rest as
sured that they would not 8ee tho let
ter books not one, no matter Jf they
contained poetry about apriug.
The witneHS denied that lie was a
member of the firm of John Dorsey Si
Ingersoll desired to give his judg
ment upon the handwriting of a draft
Tho court refused to allow this,
whereupon Dorsey ttaid (wringing his
hands) "I will assume thai I wrote
"I don't think I anfli.ilf jis smart as
this witness," said legersoll.
"1 don't think so either," Haid tho
court dryly, amidst, geneial laughter.
Alter a lengthy examination the
court a'ljoui iied.
ri.r.tsiiK.ntli l ily .Markets.
ITOVIHON.-, I Kl IT. IkKHAI , uu:taii.)
Li'..i i I ly M. i:. ;iiiiliy & Co.
4 U) iiercwt.
k', : "
is I. .'
2 I '
sfi.ui '(, r.o'i per Ioz.
. I'J'i C. "
im e. "
4Vti Mi l. per bu.
..1.00 , m.r, "
ISC per Kill
U e ! lour
Cheese (part .
Clieei-e (lull eie;iin;.
Suuar CureU il.tint..
Dllnl IK ef
1 'lioiee Potatoes
Hvieel .. ..
4V(4 per cau
riHtiriiiiMiith Telephone. Kxthauge.
.1. P. Youiijj, rel jm,
lieimett & Lewi, a.ujc.
M. P.. Murpliy & Co., "
Comity C rk's ofilce.
E. P.. Lewie, residence.
.1. V. eekhiiell, a tort!.
Western Union l;leji.ip olllio.
it. 11. vneeier. r;-ineiiL'.
D. A. Campbell.
R. 1!. Wuidiiaiii, "
l:io. Waj 111:111,
J. W. Jennings,
W. H. Wife, oilier.
MorrisKey tiros,, oUlec.
W It. Carter, f lore.
(i. W. Fairlield, reHldeiiCe.
M. 1J Murpliy,
1. 11. W heeler & Co . ofliee.
.1. P. Taylor, residence.
First National P.ank.
P. E. Runner's ollice.
J. P. Vouni:, atore.
R. W. Hyr. residence.
llKKAi.n Fuji. Co office.
.1. N. W ise, residence.
8. M. Chapman, "
W. D. tones.
A. N. .Sullivan, "
II. E. Palmer,
V. H. bclnldkiiecht, office.
Sullivan & Woo.ey,
A. W. McLaughlin, residence.
A. Patterson, livery.
C. M. Holmes,
L. I. lieimett, residence.
Geo. H. Smith, ollice.
L. A. Moore, llor st.
.1, W. names, resilience.
R. R. Livingston, uttjce,
J. V. Weekua:li, lceld nee.
Chaplain Wright. '"
W. H. Mchi.rikncclit "
Geo. rt Smith,
R. K, LiviiiK-ton,
C. C. Mallard,
The itcli board connect PlattstnouMi with
Ashland, Arlington, lilair. Council lilutT, t"re
mont, Liii'mIu, Omaha and Eikhornhtatioii. ,
Proposals for Military Sup
JlKAJHjrAJCTr.USKP"! OK THK PLAT1 ,
t'liiel luaiterniaster's tJlliee.
OMAHA. Nut., March Till. IfK",.
Sp.Al.Eit l'RoeosAi.s. in tntilicate. sin ject to
the tii usual coiiditioiif, ill he received at
this oftice until 1 o'clock M.. on Wednesday,
April is. IMvJ. or at the fame pour fallowing lor -the
difiereiice in time.) at the oilices ol the
(quartermasters at the following named stat ons
at winch places a m I Hie lliey win ie opi-nru
in ttie presence of bidders, for the fumP-ultiK
and delivery of Mi.itary Supplies during the
year commencing July lt, ls.i, nut ending
June 30th, Iwl, as followa : W oih. Hay and
Charcoal, or fiich of said Huppliex or may De
required at Omalia Uepit. Fort Omaha. Fort
Niohrara. Fort Mdne. Cheyenne Jiepot, Fort
Russell. Fort Steele, Port louKla. Frt Robin
sm. Fort p.ridger. Fort Jtramie, Fort McKIn
uey. Fort Wa.-liakle, and Fort I liomburgli ,
aim tor the delivery at Fort 1 honiburgli "1 aoo
tons of Coal of 22V pounds to the ton.
PioponaU will lso be received at this fllce
up to the day and hour above Lamed, for the
delivery on the cars at the point nearest to th
rniiiea ot the line of the Union Pacific Railway,
of eight thousand tons of Coal,, of M0 pound
to the ton. Alo for delivery at Omana Liepot,
or at station on the main line of the Union Pa-
oific Ral way east from Kearney Junction, of
two million pounds Corn, and one million
pounds Oats. Hids fork rain should stale tno
rate per 100 lbs, not per ouslie.
Proposals tor either class of the tores rnen
tioned. or lor quaiitltit-c less than the whole
required will be received, v Each proposal
hould be in triplicate, kkpauatk pok eai ji
4BTHXK at Ki'.'H dtatIu.v, and must be ac
companied bv a bond In the uui ot Uve hund
red dollars (:mA) executed ctrictly In accord
ance with the printed Instruction, and upon
the blank form furnished under this advertise
ment, guaranteeing that the party making the
proposal iliall not withdraw me tain within
.;! v da from the date announced for ooen-
lug lliebl ; ailU iuppu-a uiu ior, aiuc
tliereunder. lie will, within ten day after be
ing notified of the award, (pro Ided such noti
fication be made within the Mixty day above
mentioned.) accept the same and furnish itootl
and sufUcleiit sureties, at ouce. for the faithful
. . , . u it. . .i A
performance 01 1 ue contract. 1 ne uovernmem.
reserves the right to reject any or all propo
sals, i preference will be given to article of
lilauK proposals ana prime a circu.ara, stal
ing the kind, and estimated quant li lea ol
Wood, Hay and Charcoal required at each ta
tion.and giving full iiistiuctiuus as to tire
iiia-iiier of blading, conditions to be observvd
by bidders and terms of contract, etc., will be
furnished on application to this ofttce or to the
yuarteruaters at the various station named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked : "Proposals lr at
and addressed to the undersigned or to the 10
spcctlve Post and Depot Quartermasters.
JOHN V. FURKY. Captain,
A. Q. M . U. S. A., in charge of C. J. M' of
fice. Ueu't. of the Plait e.
Our Lara .niP
desrriliiijir c' J
.i'ffk's. riattamoutU, f
87, average 4 3-21.
THE STAR BOUTK TRIAL.
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