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t'LATTSMOUTXI, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL -1, lSS'.l.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Line General Merchandise.
Full JLine General Merchandise,
Always on Ma ml,
Always on Maud.
JLSottom ?IBriccs !ibr Cash.
JBottom Prices JJfor CJnslr
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
JOSEPH V. WECKBAG
PsWfl fit f ft iltif
-lifefeill W lip Hi i
(Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Railroad.)
KB JL P. YflllllF.Nw Depot,
OOINC EAST AND WEST.
Etoant Day Coaches. Parlor Cats, with Reclin-
inr Chain (Beta free). Smoking Cars, with lio
volTtnjr Chair., Fill Unn Palace Sleeping- Cars aod
the famous C. B. A Q. Dining Cars run daily to and
from Chicago St Kansas City, Chicago A Council
Bluffs, Chicago Des Moines, Chicago, St. Jo
ur ph. Atchison A Topeka. Only through line be-
ween fjnuuigo, uncoin s ltenver. i uroun cars
tvlwetn InaianapolM E Council uiuira via li-ona.
AJ1 connections made in Union Ilt-notR. It is
known as the great THROUGH CAT. LINK.
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
Solid Trains of Eleeant Day Coaches and Pull
man Palace Kloeping Cars are run daily to 'and
rroni bt. iouis, via iianniDai, wuincy, b.eoKUK,
Burlintrton. Cedar Kapids and Albert Lea to St.
Paul and Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with Reclining
Chairs to and from St. Louis and Peoria and to
and from St. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
cnanpe or cars Deiwecn t. ixiuis ana Lies
itioines, lowti, uncuui, cmiijt, auu xcuvcr,
It is universally admitted to bo tho
Finest Equipped Railroad in the World for all Classes of Travel-
r. J. POTTER, d Vice-Pres't and Oen'l Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
Couie to the fiv.ut wlth.r. complete stock uf
t & a j
3 F'" P w 5" S?-S
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FUESII AND NICE.
"We always buy the best goods in the market, and guarantee everything
we sell We are sole 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, l'latt'a "Tiger" brand of Baltimore Oyster?
always on hand. Come and see us. AVe Trill make you glad.
CAX r ID T '3
MASON II AM LIN
u em en
bIhIhR" rillllil s5AW
r.OAKU by the DAY or WEEK.
Meals a I Alt Hours.
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
-DEAL.ER3 IN ALL KINDS OF
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE B
- DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The btrst and most complete assortment in the city. In the ROCKWOOD
BLOCK, two doors west of Carruths. Call and see us.
No old stock to work oli. Hie latest patterns cf
FLOUR. FEED AND PROVISIONS.
The Very HigheS3 Market Price paid for Country Produce
DREW BUILDING, PJLATTSMUOTH.
1 cxes j esca
The ri.ATT.SMOUTll IIEUALD rUBLISIIING COMI'AXV lias
cverv f.icilitv for first-class
In Every Department.
(j i:n f: ij a l 31 iso k l la x y
Will Educate the Women.
A. Sleek Capitol Commission
The "Passion lJIay", Ktc
tir. EmUI.s,. A ril Senator and
Mrs. D.ivid Davis, Miss Alice Davis
ami .-v.'U itoi Davii' 1 Ji-t.;.-r-i :i -1 .1 vv , Mr.
Williams Wt this morning f'-r th'
a I'roi n'tm ent ri:o v :cstk u.
Ht. Eoitis, A m il ;:. TJih tnei cli tnts'
exchange committee fo::nally ri-qm-st-td
'l 9: i-nL Arthur to appoint Henry
F;ad in place of Capiuin on tite
Mississippi river commissi').'!.
THE WOMEN WILL HAVE A CHANC E
I'IIILA!ELP11IA, Ap'. il U. At a nice'
inj; of the trustees of the, Pennsylvania
university today the committee report
was present, setting for a plan for the
education of women by wl'ich they
will receive the same course of instruc
tion as young men, but at a different
tini ) and plac. All, however, will re
coin; the degrees on ttv; same terms.
The report will be acted upon at the
next meeting of board.
TALLY ONE FOU I50AKDl'S.
Pit r.ri:uK, April :). The shooting
tournament in connection with tht
bene!) show this'afternoou was opened
by a match between Uogardus and
Carver for a purse of $801, best out of
100 clay pigeons, and icsulted in a vic
tory for Bogardus by a score of !5 to
Ul. Tomorrow a contest open to tho
world, baring IJ igardas and Carver,
will begin, aud continue the balance
of the week. A. large number of the
best shots in the country have entered.
A OIJEER CASE.
Houston, April A suit was began
to recover So.000 damages from Iter.
John II. Elemings.nl Arctibi3hop Wil
liams, of this diocess. brought by the
parents of Lizzie Gannon. In 1870
the girl was a child thirteen years old
and was attacked with a nervous dis
order, which hal a peculiar effect upon
Iter condition mentally. Sha bscame
infatuated with some cuts in a paper,
im.iges which she said were angels sent
by her brother, who was dead. Father
Fleming was sent for, and took the
imagfsand kept them, refusing to re
turn them. The girl fell into such
paroxyisms that the doctors thought
they should ba returned to her to en
able her to recover or keep alive, but
neither Father Fleming and the arch
bishop would consent.
A SHOOTING MAYOK.
Cincinnati, April 3. A sensation
was created in the room3 of the Duck
worth Democrat club, by the report of
Mayor Means shooting John Brady,
county jailor. Each are members of
the club, an 1 had spent the night at
their rooms, hearing the election re
turns. Early this morning the mayor
hud been drinking, and threatened that
he was going to insult Brady, who was
up stairs. Means wer.t up stairs, and
friends sot Bradvdown stairs. Means
followed, ffhs'i they met he seized
him. but he finally drew a revolver.
Brady seeing this dnw his, and de
manded that Means be taken way.
This was done and bloodshed pre
vented. Brady and Means have not
been on good terms for two years.
THE DAKOTA CAPITOL COMMISSION.
Sioux City, la., April 3. The Da
kota caritol commission, who have
been in and about Sioux City for a
week past, left by special train for
formed the audience of what had oc
curred. The announcement wag re
ceived with hisses. Morse atated that
the society had had plenty of time for
the hervice, but had waited till the
last moment before serving it. The
money will be returned in tho morn
ing. The counsel also made a speech,
characterizing thu proceeding its an
outrage and trampling on civil and
religious liberty. The receipts were
to have been given to aid the home
for poor children.
A Republican Mayor in Omaha.
Chicago CaiT lor Curler,
Ohio Ueaiucrats Carry Their Tickets
Lincoln, April 3. The election
passed od' (juicily, not a row of any kind
occurring during Hie day. Moore wa
elected inii3ror ly 11 nrijoritv of 270.
The straight republican ticket elected by
Omaha, April 3. Champion S. Cluse
is elected mayor over Jmlge Savag hy
a majority of seventy-seven votes, one of
the closest runs ever made here. Buck,
democrat, treasurer by sixty majority,
and Beneke, democrat, police judge by
1,000 majority. Both held over. This
was virtually the workiuguian'rt ticket.
Probably the republicans will elect live
Bennet, Neb., April 3. The city elec
tion parsed olF harmoniously, but en
thusiastically here today. A heavy rote
was polled. License wasth j only ishu ;.
It resulted for liecase by Ihc election of
the following ticket as ceuncihneu hy
sixty m ijority : II. II. HarrU,Luis Otto,
A. II. Secttle, J. II. IIarjer,G. U. Wrils .a ,
clerk, J. li. Itatt; attorney, II. I). II mm;
treasurer, W". Koggenkouip; marshal, H.
J. Lane. The citizens are now ccluhrat
Keauxly, Neh., April 3. A'i excitiu
city election today. There ware two
tickets in the. field, aciliz 'ni' aud peo
ples'. The following are the olii;er-t
elected : Mayor, A. L. Webb; clerk, E.
Ford; treasurer, JI. Fred Wiley; police
judge, John Doge: engineer, Simoa Mur
phy; couucilnien, tirst ward, John D.
Seaman; second ward; H. It Greer; third
ward, C. II. Clapp and Boss Glamlet;
school board, Henry Gibbon, C. It. Ford.
E. C. Calkins, K. M. Grimes, W. A.
Downing and Joseph Black. The band
is serenading the victors.
Little Rock, April 3. The city elec
tion resulted in the election of Warner,
democratic, for mayor. Dr. Theo. Lin
dle was elected mayor at Hot Spring.
Cleveland, Ohio, April 3. The dem
ocrats elect John II. Farley mayor by
nearly four thousand majority.the whole
city ticket, fourteea of the eighteen
conncilmen and seven out ot the nine
members of the board of education, con
trolling both bodies.
Minneapolis. Anril 3. The city to
day, by over twelve hundred majority,
voted to inaugurate a public park sys-
tem,for which an appropriation of $230,
000 has already been authorized by the
legislature . The democrats elected treas
urer and the republicans municipal judge
and seven out of ten alderman.
the criminal cIiuhch. The cumpalgu was
characterized by an iiuumiuI uuiount of
vulgar personality. The day wa bright
and pleasant and u very luru vote for a
mere city election wan polled. By nine
o'clock it became evident tint the entire
democratic tity ticket would, bo elected
unlcus there was 1111 uuuMial amount of
scratching. The majority for Harmon
grows with every return. At this hour,
11:15, the returns Iroiu 1 1 G prcclifctH,
over three fourths of the city, give Har
rison U.33S majority. The returns 011 the
other ollices are very incomplcte.und ore
coming in tdowly.
Chicago (jrain Market.
' TO 3 (HI LOOK J M.
Kjil'l'Uil Diriut('ll to the llfcltALU.
Chicago, April 4. Call 3 p. m.
Apiil, $10-1; May, I09J ; June, I08,7U.
No. : cash wheat, DOe.
April 5o;'.: ; Mav, So.'.j ; June,
July, 077u. New nux'-il, F. i). J'.,
May, 1 1; .1 mi", 4 : -a.
Pin. Is . 11II1 City Markets.
I I.OVI'IONS, H.( , I KICK Al . (uicr.viL
Ke 01 led hy M. It. M in ihy A Co.
t ;Iki1'c1 Feed
lt(! I- lour .
Cheese ( :tl t. xk llu ) . . .
!icefe ( ml n-. tin) .
HiiK.ir Ciirol ILinis...
Choice i'otatoes ....
" Ciiiiiiiio'i ...
4.1.(10 61,. I. Mi ieret.
vu'ti M per n
i I. mi or, r,.m 1 er luz.
in 'at li' i -
. . (,ii e. '
I.y-f r,s el. icr tin.
75 els "
7.1 el "
1.H0 I'M iM "
L'! per Kill
1 ii per ("ail
O. A. 17RISLEY & CO'O
DEST IN THE MARKET.
Made ONIjYot Vegetable Oil
nndJPuro Jicci Tallow.
To induce housekeepers to give this Soap
a trial, WITH EACH BAR
WE GIVE A FINE
This offer Is made for a short time only
end should bo taken advantage of at ONCE.
We WARRANT this Boap to do more wash
ing with creator easo than any soap In th
martet. It has no EQUAL for use la bard
and cold wator.
YOUR GROCER HAS IT.
Cincinnati,-April 3. Unofficial re
turns show that th3 democrats have
Yankton at midnight last night, wherel elected their mayor, judges of the su-
they arrived between five and six I nreme court, member of the board ot
o'clock this morning. There a hurried J public works, treasurer, city solicitor,,
organization was effeetei, and the I aad three members ot the school board,
Catalogues Paniplilet Work
commission proceeded to Scotland
This course was adopted to escape an
injunction which Yankton parties
were anxious to serve. The meeting
in Yankton prior to the 8th of April
Stod of Blcz7z7z Fajpeis
And materials is large and complete in every department.
OBDEBS 33"3T MAIL SOLICITED
PLATTSM0UTH HERALD PUB. CO
Subscribe for tzeZJaily tterciLd
by majorities rangiag from 103 to 423
The republicans eiected comptroller and
prosecutiog attorney by majorities rang
ing from 200 to 290.
Tonight the newspapers made an in
was made necessarv bv the laneuaee dependent canvass of the returns, mak-
of the act, which provides that the ing material changes in the result as
commission shall meet there within given earlier. They do not agree as to
thirty days from the date of the pass- I majorities, but unite in saying that but
age of the act for the purpose of or- three republicans are electel namely,
ganization, and the election of a pres- E. Shelby, comptroller; Caldw -!l, pros-
ident, secretary and treasurer. The ecuting attorney, and E. Moor., whari
commissioners are not likely to meet register. The common council oa joint
soon again in Yankton. ballot will stand : Democrats 42, repub
vq "passion PLAT. licans 33. Official returns will be nec-
New York, April 3. Long before essary to snow me majorities 01 me
3 o'clock the temple, in which Salmi officers elected.
Morse advertised to produce the "Pas- Chicago.
sion Play," charging an entrance fee, Chicago, April 3. An election was
was full. A few minutes before S had here today for city and county offii
o'clock, Capt. "Williams and Inspector cers, aud members of the city council.
Thorn, of the police force, made their I There were out two general city tickets,
way to the back of the stage and one straight democratic, headed by Hoa
served upon Morse an injunction sued I Carter H. Harrison, present incumbent,
out by the society for the reformation for mayor, and the other by Judge Eu
of juvenile delinquents to restrain 1 gene Carey, a joint ticket of republicans
them from the production of the play: 1 and independent citizens, on the plat-
Morse sent for his counsel, and on his j form of higher license for saloons and
arrival went before the curtain and in- I stringent enforcement of the laws against
Manufacturers of Standard Launrfty
and Tollat Soap.
Proposals lor Military Sup
HKADOrAIJTKItH lJV.V'T OV TIIK. 1'LATTf ,
Cljiel jum terinst'iter'H Ofllce.
Omaha, Nkh.. Mmeli 7th. 18".
Sf.ai.ku I'KOI'ohai.s. in triplicate, suiileet to
the the usual eoniili ion, will he received at
this ollice until M o'clock M.. on Wciiieday,
April 1. Ifcx.-j. or :il the hhiiic hour jtlluwln( lor
the ililleience in time.) :it the ollices ot th
Quartermaster at the following naineij tat on
at which places and t me lliey wi, ie opena
in tlie prenence of Idilders. for the f iiriii)-hiiiK
and delivery of Military Suptilies durliiit the
year eomniencliiK July 1st, 1:!, and eiidiiut
nine .mill, lnx, a ioiiow : nmiii. nay auu
Chareal. or M.' h f said biippllcs a luay ho
reuiieil at Omalia, lfpot. Koit Omaha, Fort
Miibrra. l-oit uliic. i.ueyeiiuc inrpoi, run
ICussell. Fort Steele, fort llonla. 1 ol t Koh;n-
fon. Fort mider. Fort l.aiatnie, holt Mchlu
ney. Fort Wa liakie. and Fort I li-.nibuiyh,
arid for the de.iveiv at Fort 1 hoiiit.nrh ft mo
tonx of Coal 01 22Vi pouuM.t to the 1011.
FroiKi,al will also he received at this Tioe
tip to ilie day and hour above named. Ir I lie
delivery on the cars at tin- point nearest to ini
miiiCH or the line of the I'tiioii I'aeilie Railway,
of eiKiitUioiisjiud toiiH of Coal,, of 2z40 ;ouiid
to the ron. AIo for delivery at Omaiia Otpot,
or at HtatioiiH on the main line of the Union ra
eliic Rai way east from Kearney J unctirm, of
two million pounds Corn, and one million
HuiidH O.ite. lild-i for train should state tue
rate per ic lb. not per bushe.
Proposal for either clasn ol the tor men
tioned, or for o,uaiititic l ss tlian the whole
required will.be received. Each proposal
(honlil be m triplicate, k.i'akaii! fob kach
AKTICLK AT KACH bTATION, and must bo ac
companied bv a bond in the kuiii ot five hund
red dollars (.vxij executed Mrictly In accord
ance with the printed instructions, and upon
the blank form furnifhed utiderthis advertise
ment, guaranteeing that the parly makUm the
proposal ktia.ll not w ithdraw the same within
sixty days from the date announced lor oeo
Ing them ; and aupplies bid lor. awarded
thereunder, he will, within ten dayalt-r be
ing notified of the award, (provided uch noti
fication be made within the sixty day above
mentioned.) accept the same and furnish Kood
and Hufllcient sureties, at once, for the faithful
performance of the contract. The Government
reserve the ribt to reject any or all propo
sals, a preference will be given toartlciex (
lilanK proposals and printed circular. tat
Ing the kind, and estimated iiiantltieit of
Wood, Hay and Charcoal required at eaeii ta
tlon. and giving full liistruclions an to the
ma'iner of bi'idmg, condttiom to be observed
by bidders and terms of contract, etc., will be
furnished on application to tbi office or to tho
Uuartci:naters at the various station named.
Envelopes containing proposals nhould be
marked : "Iroxsals lor at
and aldiessed to the underi-lned rto the 10-
spcctive l ost ana leKt JnnnerniiU(tem.
A. O. M . L. S. A., in charge of C. U- Al' of-
flce, Ieit. of the 1'laite. i.'U
3. S3. CHmmp
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
Graining Glazfce, Pujer Har:.nz,
Leava ordeM at W arrick'n. ruttainouth, f X
-asocial mfo tooUd o. Trf
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