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PLATTSMOUTir, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1883.
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Eisic Gienrral Mercliaiuli.se.
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH.
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Come to tli front with a
Staple and Fancy Groceries
riJKSII AND NICE.
A'e rIwhvs Luj- W.v 1 (ft ond in W.v- market, and guarantee everything
we sell We are polo agents in tliis ia t( for the ale of
' PERFECTION" GROUND SPICES,
AND THE CELEBRATED
"BAT A VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the marfcet. Piatt's "Tiger" brand of Baltimore Oyster
always on hand. Come and see us. We will make you glad.?
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The best and most complete assortment in the city. In the HOCKWOOD
BLOCK, two doors west of Carruths. Call and see us.
No old stock to work off. Tlie latest patterns tf
G-LASS A.2STT3 Q,TJEEITSWAK;B.
FLOUR. FLED AND PROVISIONS.
The Very Highess Market Price paid for Coub try Pre dure
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fr''-:i .:t J.--:.:i a-il '-.tria cml tol
t ! i:; .mi ! .tiiinva. Only on
r.rs nvtuivn St. Ixus aiul iJt-s
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lutfi, 1 ji.coln, Nebraska, and iH-nvtT,
V.'orM for nJI Classes of Travel.
Klun.Y.v:, :.Q".Vg:LL. Gca. I'aas. Ag't, Chicago.
complete stock or
AX FOR SALE BY
.. r- j.y 1.:S:L.'-'Jf;i..-.W .-I.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
iiiiW MUM Mm lilJ
Onlern taken for WILSON liliO:-?. SHIKTS.
HOARD by the DAY or WEEK.
:es. 3: o no: si sr
Corner Pearl and
DEAL.ERS IN ALL
The l'i.ATTSMOUTII HE1IALD
In Every Department.
Ovu Stock: of
And materials is large and complete in every department.
OZRID3;:R,S 3VTII, SOLICITED
PLATTSMOUTH HERALD PUB. CO
Subscribe for tlxeJDaJZy JZercbtcL
MASOX & IIAMLIX
W HENRY V. MILLER ;:na
Meals at Ail Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
1 xio? aSa 5
PUBLISIIIXG COMPANY has
es $ Pamphlet Work
Honors to IVIcr Cooprr.
A Dishonest Postmaster.
Ktc, Ktc. Lie.
Xku' lt .ikli.k, -. V., April .".
CJeo. W. b.ivid-, who kil'- il l.iiiiscll in
New V.;rk, was ac; n Iivusiimt of Hip
hour' uf udncilioii luTt, ,i.:d h;td c w
tody of $:li).0i;0 of town luiid.s.
POdTMASTi::: co.Ni'w'i::!) to uoijbkkt.
State Ckntral, Iow.i, April ..
The po3tiu;istr htru wa;; arrthted
Tneadaj' ii;!it ftr rob!;::i tho llic
of valuabh- n-'ister.; I h-tters. Ho
nKido a full coiifesriiiMi and the niont-y
i;oiiUi;i tiii: I'ltKACHiiit.
J'LTFALO, April T. James Kobinaon,
aged 75, rcntlv married in this c.itv
to a Toronto ladj through an adver
tisement and by fcivii.; her a boud
Check for 8100,00:), dec amp;d to Can
ada, taking with him a gold-headed
cane and an overcoat, property of
Itev. lr. Stratton, who performed the
ceremony. Kobinson was arrested at
don't you roiuiKT IT.
Alhany, April 5. A bill was in
troduced in the senate, and immedi
ately ordered to a third reading, to pre
Yent any attempt to personate or rep
sent Jesna Ciirist by any show, jlav,
or dramatic representation, whether
free or by admission fee, and declares
any violation of its provisions a mis
demeanor, and punishable by a line
not less than S100, and imprisonment
not le33 than six inauths.
Chicago, April ". A Tribune To
peka, Kas., special gives information
from tho towns of Umpire City and
Galena, wliich aro only separated by
an imaginary line, to the effect that
there is no abatement in the small
pox scourge there. Hu-dness of all
kinds is entirely suspended. The local
authorities have exhausted all funds
at their command. In fJalena
alone there have been fifty deaths.
The population is mostly of people of
Sana Fk, April A t-mall band
of Indians, making for the Buro
mountains, passed near I)cmiur this
morning. Capt. Martin and two com
panies are. in pursuit. General Crook
and Mackenzie held a conference at
Albuquerque today. Gen. Crook will
make an aggressive campaign in Ari
zona, with a view 01 carrying out
Secretary Teller's idea of wiping out
the whole baud of Chiricahua hostile3
under the lead of old Juh and sup
posed to be scatteted through the
IIONOKS TO PETE 3 COOPER.
New York, April 5. The board of
alderman has taken action on ihe
death of Peter Coop?r, and at the rc-qnct-t
of cilizc is will ! s ; places ot
busiuesss the day of 1 lu: f.uieral, : n I
shipmasters are onle.vd to place tair
Hags at halt mast.
New York, April h. The Women's
suffrage society adopted a resolution
of loving regret for tha death of Peter
Coop, r, philanthropist, "who has
t the funeral of Peter Copper,
oaturday, the church with the centre
aislj will be u 11 to ihe public. After
the e-ervire Mie body will be le'.t in the
cimrcii t.li i p. in., anu opporiuuii.v
will be givea to view the ren!aiuj.",lu
the funeral procession all will be per
mitted to join. y
AN EXTENSIVE LAND SALE.
Chicago, April 5. A year ago the
state legislature of Texas ceded a por
tion of the state kno .vu as thi "Pan
handle" comprising three million
acres, to a tyudica'e comprised of C.
D. Farwell, J. V. Farwell, Abner Tay
lor, A. C. Babcock, on the considera
tion that the ' latter erect a capitol
building for the slate, in Austin, to
cost $1,500,000, thus fixing the value
at fiftv cents per acre. A L,ondou
syndicate has just been given the re
fusal of the entire tract until April 15,
aud the sale declared virtually eon
eluded. The price is stated at ten
millions. The tract is five thousand
square miles and comprises theuorth
ern arm of the stats, and is declared
rich in arable and grazing lauds, wal
c-red and timbered lo such a degree
as to attract three English syndicates
who 6eut agents Across the water to
purchas. The last agent made two
propositions; either to rent the privi
lecre of irraziu stock, or lo buy the
laud outright. T-iC salo will close on
1 he latter proposition on condition
of the first payment being placed to
the credit of the Chicago owners. . in
the bank of England, at a date nam
A Fraudulent Concern.
Washington, April .V -The po.it
oMire department today declared the
.Marion Trut Companies, of Chicago and
Indi.inopolis, fraudulent conctliH,
The Jcannctte court ol iinjuiry, with
out transacting any bu.-iiics, udjourned
The follo.ving post 111 inters were ap
pointed today: Win. Itciter, Gncu.Iowa;
Oeuuis P. Ihopt ey, Xokoniis, Illinois.
liie SI ar says the Leavenworth post
oiJiee light win Mettled today by the
commission of John Mt ICee in p!ace of
D. K. Anthony, the present incumbent.
President Arthur, Secretary Chandler
and Mr. Miller, of New York, left here
this morning for Jackson, Florida.
Representatives ol the Chicago Tribune,
Cincinnati Commercial Ga.cttc, New
York Sun and New York Times accom
panied the party.
The president lias made the following
uppniiitmcuts: A. W. Sheldon, of Mary
land, associate judge of the Mtircnic
court of the territory ot Oregon, vice W.
W. Hoover, suspended; S. F. Snyder, In
dian agent at Fort Peck agency, Montana
vice Nathan S. Porter, resigned; Wm.W.
Carter, collector internal revenue seventh
district, Inditua; David I. Russell, tint
ed .-States marsha'l of eastern district of
Arkansas: Henry Ward, Indian inspect
or, vice Wm. J. Pollock, resigned.
The Marquis ol Lome.
" Number One " Identified.
IJkkliv, April 5. Germany and
Spain have signed a commercial treaty.
AN KXTKNSION IKSI KKt.
Ottawa, April . Marquis Lome
expresses a desire that his term he ex
tended another year.
THE I5X PETITION.
Pra;ssi;r.s, April n The French
mission ";oes to Congo to join Stanley
in explorations. ID consists 01 mree
Swedes and a Belgian.
THE r KOPEK THING.
St. Peteksuuko, April The lo
cal chief of police and all others who
contributed to the comfort of the crew
of the Jeannette and Rogers have been
decorated bv the Czar.
l'ARXELL WILL. NOT ATTKXH.
Jonuox, April 3. It Inis been defi
nitely decided that neither Parnell nor
any other member of the Irish parlia
mentary party will attend the conven
tion at Philadelphia.
TIIEV KEQUIUE MOKE MONEY.
London, April 3. The Grand Trunk
announces an issue of 73,000 pounds
sterling as a perpetual four per cent
debenture on stock issued, the price to
be ninety per cent. Ths money is re
quired to meet bondi maturing and
for other purposes.
Dublin, April 3. At the trial of
the prisoners charged with the Phoenix
park murders, a photograph of a man
named Tynan, recently alluded to by
the name of Tyner, was produced
This photograph has been identified
by James Carey, informer, and three
others as that of "Number One." It
is stated tffat a portion of the money
with which Tynan was entrusted for
destruction, can be traced to the in
rincibles. The government is in pos
session of an affidavit to the effect
that Tynan and "X timber One" are
identical. The crown solicitor will
strongly oppose the request to be made
by the accused for a postponment of
the trial till Peter Carey, brother of
James, be accepted as informer.
Plattsmouth City Markets.
PROVISIONS, FRUIT, I EEl &C. (fiKTAII.)
Kei-crled hy M. It. Murphy & Co.
... $3.00 Gl 1.30 per owl
; 5 c "
Clnpjed Peed 1'-r'
Cheese (part fkini)..
Clieefe (full cream).
Sugar Cared Hauls..
AT:.2.ct9 per E
15 " "
Dried Beef 13 " "
Poultry f 4..M ?; 5.(j perdoz.
Egps... 10&12S c. -
Choice Potatoes 4Ma5-. ct. per bu.
Sweet " i- "
Onions "cts '
Apples (winter) l.eo ttI-
Sweet Cider 15c per gal
Oysters, select per can
Common. 0 "
Soar Uirge ABDCN OCTDC
drfcrlhiiur C'oo' Heliablt g$4t
ix Mailed ft'rvsB to AIL W
iflT.-r tlif latettt Si'oetttit la
VEKD POTATOES. Corn. Oatm
A i; si, ana the h"l fotUrtton of Vegetable,
;..vir, rssnud TrwHF.EIt. ETerrthlny is texted.
AdiireM tKLK M BUM, i,mf, PfLliLi, IV IT A.
In tb' ilMilet ..iut of ('mi count v NVbrmkn.
In Hie Mint' er of Hit. ii iilU'dlloii ol Miwy Mntin
iiiliuliilit 1.1I1 1 of tlm c.lilr of Andrew
Stluil i. lU-eriinl. fur lleelipe to ncll liiml.
On lemlliiK I lie t IIII1111 of Mai y sliuip. H'l
lnliil"li;ili of the eitutf of Ainlii w Mimji, le
craiMt. i ant- hi Ihl; hihouk ollo-r I Ii loft Unit
Ilie Niil'l ileeeii'i il ilfwl m li i of leilalti real
elat' I In rein ili-rci I lu il. mill I li 1 1 II It ticcm
nai y to HI I lie Mnine lo .uy I li ilelits of aid
dceensed, nml ra Iiik fnl' a lli-elimt to II t lit
(nine ; Mini It Aiiirai Iiik lo i .h couit tliut It U
lirrt'Hury to HI mila leal estal for that pur
ie. It i ordered thai H.ihl h II! Ion lie licurd
l.cfolf Hull. H. II I'oillid. .lude of IliedUlilet
court In mid foi I lie count y ol ui. at Ilia of.
lire of the Hoik ol I lie illitllel cuilit. In the
elty of l l.ilt.iniiLlli. In the t'oiiiily of ;um, unci
HI ill of Nehl'ltkll. Ht OIK' o'clock l. III. oil tint
Hi ilay of May IMn.i. 1 1 l f in I In i ordeieil I hat
till" order he imtilKtii'd tit li Ksl four miecri.Hl vn
week he 1 1 mi Hah! (lay llxcd lol healliiK Mnhl
JM'tlllon, lu the I'l.ii tiiii'iul li IIciiai.o, a week
y lltWMiae Ulllll('( Ut I'l.lll'llliellll III Mlllll
county ol '.iM. ILLIAM 1 A Ml IN Jit.,
Mlllllvall Si Wiioley, Jildue I'leshlllnf.
Altmiiejn fur retltlniirrt, M'tt
Notice of Application.
Notice It hciehy ;lv.li ln.il William i'Hpi
will In, ike 11111 Hi .11 Inn liclole Ihe Coillify Colli'
iiiii.uneit ol at couiity. ,riiriKii, ui tiieir
next ii'Kiilur meeting at I'i.o tinoul li, fur
license lo m 1 1 Mpli 1 1 nous ainl vhonK ll'U il lit
hit plaeo ol InilncHt, InAvoea, ;iit euiiiily
Niiailui. a-1 1
Ida Anna I't.e li I
ilttavuiit II. I'e.'ieli. I
1 11 I he (I Hi 1 lc cum I , In the Heeoml ludlvlul
dislili l, lu ami lui (Juxn coiiiilv, .Ncl.iaika.
lo I.Ufl.ivunt II. leaeh. iiuii-eiicul
fenilaiil : Vou ale lieit-liy in.lilleil I hat on tlm
Ulli day of .March, ISKt. Ida Anna I each tiled
l.ctll lun aualnil 1111 III I lie il inl I II I coill l Ol
aiMCoiinlv. Nehi ask h. the ohleel ami eravei
f which Hie to ohlalu 11 divorce trom you, on
the Kiuuiid that you have willfully ahnudniieil
Ihe Plailillll w itliout k'oim ciiiiii; rur I lie icnu
ol two years last iiait : and 11U0 lor tlm cale
mil ciiHloiiy OI Ule elillilieii.
1 ii'i aie reiiuireii in antwer wain ecuium on
or helure the liistilay of .May in:i.
IliA ANNA I'KAl 11.
I!y Smith nnd Jlnenoa her Altoiiiev.
o all whom It may ermeeru :
The cuiiiiiiIhsIuiicis ai nned to locate 11 road
leelniiiiie al a iiolnt Mi linkt north o cornir lu
sections II, J"., '11 and town 12 N laiiKH Id,
int ; thence went 4J III- OKI chains in a liollil
Ml llhkM N. of the fee. eorner on the Mm III
fide ol see. !." ; I hence we. I M t'haint ; lln lici
.N .Mi wt-Ml m elialuit ; llienei! Mouth
(i'l-liMl chaliiH : ihi-nee hoiiIIi (,ii - W. a !2-1'hj
halus ; Ihciiee noilli VI W W 0 wi- lixiehalint ;
llienei; south mii u , 4 iliaiiis ; llience -oul h
I- . . G s.'i-Hi I ehallit to a inlm .Vi uk lioitll
IS i:. ei.l iier ol ((!. ID ; thence v.-t 40 1 II-10(1
haliit lo a pom) .'hi links .V ol Ihe t nee. cor
ner on soui.li side of hcc. JO ; tlieiie.; iiurtll fed
halm to ii leant. iVlilnK wel l nee. corner
on north fide of fee. til, all In town 'J, lance lu
Hid In f tvur ol vacai iiik ruail i uhikiiK olak"-
illy aero'H see l.'iaiid .N. r.. ' of fee. lo, 1.
:. it. in. iian iciiiwled lu favor of I lie loeallou
t hereof, and all ohjeci inlet there to in i lalmt f..r
amaites, iinisi hi; filed In the county clerk s
lliec. un or In lin e noon on I lie l'.ih dav f
Mav A. ISf3. or fiieil roail will he located
oul vacated w u lion t i cl-l ciicn thereto.
Wi J. W. Jksm';h,
I oitutv Clerk,
Notico to Farmers.
A llit cluis hue of Nursery stuck mikI orna
mental fhruhhery, such at fruit licet. cian
vines, coltonuffods, noil maples and lu'lutt
plants. For sale ul lo toll) pi lees.
w-14 JOHN I.EKI.KY.
Notice to Teachers.
I will be at mv olliee in I'lattsiiioutli tho llift
I'llilav and hatiirdav. and al Kl in wood the
second and fourth I i nlay aiid .Saturday, and uf.
Werplnir V. ater the third iialurday ol eacli
moiit h to at tend to Hny fcimol hu-Juent that
may be presented UM Cciit.'H A ii on,
In the district courl 'J'l Jiu'lclal district, la ami
lor Cass county, ci.
Iiavbl .1. Porter I
VS r Iilial lici'.
Mary .1. Porter. )
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Hi .iliiry.1. i nner, iinu-rc idem oeiciiiiaiii,
you are hereby ho'.ifipd that on the 27th dav of
jMarch. IkH.:. lavnl J. Pol ler Died a petition
iL'aln-t vou III Inedistilct eoun ol l ast eoiiuiv.
.Nchij-kii, llieiibject and prayer of whicli me
o o b:am a i voree iioiu yon oi nie L'toiimif
that yo.j have wilfully abandon i t Un laintiff.
w il lioul ifoud cans.- lor I lie I ivi l two ift
last past, you are reip.lreil to answer fald peti
tion on or tn 1 re Monday, tt.c. 14i.ii day of May,
David J. J'obtkr, j
By Smith & P.eesoti JTlfr .
lilt yiiioi iiej s.
Notice to Physicians.
Notice in lierebv ul n that bull will be re
ceived at the ol.iiie of the County Clerk, up to
noon ol the 2d day of April. Issa. lor the med
ical at .endaiicc and inrush nit of medlcliiea
for county charge and lninale if county
Poor I Inline and .ail for one year. The Coin-lilis-ioiieis
re-ene the lij?ht to reject any or all
bid", i.y order of County ' omiiilssloiiers.
Witney mv band and ollndai seat, tins .in
day of March. i-KJ '. W. .Ikvmmii,
In the district court os C..is ccuii'y Ntbraiika
Kichaid r . Mason f
Notice u hou-resldciitdef't
f'utlicrine Mason. I
Catherine Mafon. ron-rsldetit oeieuuaui, i
herehv iKdider. that Kiehard 1" Manon did ou
the 2T'li day of March lfs.. lile bif petition In
the etliee of the clerk of the district court ol
Cass county, and the Mate of Nebraska, charg
ing the defendant with adultcrv with ore
, and asking that be may be di
vorced from the f aid defendai t. which peti
tion will ftand lor hearing al the next terta of
said court. Km IIAKU F. Mason.
By bif Attornev, J. E. Morrl-on. Plt'ff.
Hated the 27th day of March. tt.
rialtfiiiouth, Nebrafka, March M, 1883-214
Taken up by the subfcrlt er at hl place In the
city of ?lattf uuiuth on the 7th day of Febru
ary Mk3 one liffht brown r are supposed to b
Vi or 14 year old. has collar inarK. Th owner
U herebv notified to ca 1. prove property, pay
expetir es Incurred.and take her away.
Plattsmon'h. Feb. r'.h 60 5t
G. A. WRI3LEY & CO'O
0E3T IN THE MARKET.
Made ONLTot Vegetable OU
andVui'C licet Tallow,
To Induce housekeepers to thla Soap
& trial. WITH EACH bar n r J
This offer Is mado for a 6bort time onJr
and should be taken advantago of at ONCE.
We WABBANT this Soap to do more wash
ing with greater ease than any soap in the
market. It has no EQUAL for use In hard
and cold water.
YOUR GROCER HAS IT.
Kaimfaotwrw of Standard Laundry
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