The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, April 07, 1883, Image 1
i . .. ' -4 mm VOL. 1 PLATTSMOUTII, iS'EHKASKA, SATURDAY, APJUL 7, 188:). NO. 3fj. i-jii r r 35 Mil a! We are now showing flic most varied sortiiieiBt of ussS caaeffislly selected JEver before shown Isa the CJMy of IPIaitmoiBth HnSI m u In Dress (Joods we art; show ing tltc Latest Novelties ami new est Shade's in Krencii Uris Mixtures, Summer Flannels, Nuns Veilings I 'lain and Lace Iimtiiios, New Grenadine EHects, ( Jerhter Cloths, Cum 018 A air, K'ishinere, Etc., Etc. Oirjt LINE OF Black: Goods, Coniri:ii!j everything new, such as Fancy Cords, Conletts, Jlasket Cloth, A in lines, Draj. De Alma' Arc. Silks in HLACK, COLOKE1) AS!) SUMMER. Our um anfl Ml Line! omj)lete in all Details. Ottoman Dolmans, I'rocade Dolmans, Marveilicux J)olmans, Cra Grain Dolmans, Drap de Etta Dolmans, Loicot Cloth Dolnanss, ('assimere Cloth ' ALSO A FULL LINE J or.se v AVallvini' Suits, Uiisssan Circulars Fellises, Ulsters. Oor Roafly Me Sails For Ladies, Children and Misses are now all in. An inspectiod of these -oods is very much solicited as they are EXTRA GOOD VALUE. ZHzosiiEiRrsr. We have never heibre shown Mich an assortment of HOSE as we have this .season. EVEQVTIIING NEW AND Complete fur Ladies, Misses, Chil dren and Cents in Brilliant Lisles, Ilidhrin'ans, Forriin and Domestic Makes. GLOVES AND MITS A FULL LINE IN Silks, Lisle Thread, Berlin.-, Kids. Oi;r live hook Kid in Black at $1.00 a Colors are as roou f 1 I .Hi it. I I.I 1 I those retailed lv other dealer as TELEGRAPHIC u i:n ek a l 31 (sl ikllan v COUNTERFEITER TURED. CAP- A Noted Musician Coming. IJiifciurss ratline, Small I'm, Klc. I lm matter of pimiitajrc in w lint in known as the "ciht point" Nebraska pool, was n-fcrn-il to a committee. XO..I.1" its ooous. Ki.I-aso, III, April A The piivatu bank of 1. II. Tompkins, in thin city, closed its doors here. W. (J. Hand!!, attorney, was mado assignee. The bank assignee .states tliat the liabilities are SWu.OoO, and tho assets Slln.OOO. Oood authorities, however, .state tli.it tin; assets will not realize SJO.OuQ. To day creditors nptcHeiitin;,' .?"iO,0(o held a meeting, and requested IJaudall to withdraw. Kaudall i.i greatly in censed and defies all who Hined the paper. Tho town is greatly excited. Nearly all tho losers are citizens of KIpaso. It is generally supposed that I'ompkiiis has been speculating in options. 3 (SainisttSp ml Mi All Ci-oods Marked iu JPlalsa S1is:ures o FRED. HEBBMANN, OTE DDOOI EAST O1 FIRST 2T.TIOjNTAS EAjSTSZ. ALWAYS AHEAD! BENNETT & LEWIS, Come to the frout with u complete tock of Staple and Fancy Groceries FKESII AND NICE. We always buy the best goods in the market, and guarantee everything we sell We are tole.igeuts i:i this town for the sale of ' PERFKCTION" GROUND SPICKS, AN1 THE CELEBRATED BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS, Nothing finer in the market. Tlatt's "Tiger" bn-nd of IJaltimore Oyster always on hand. Come and see us. We urill make you glad.' THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE B r OPERA HOUSE B :steiif i Hit f wm$mi SHIRTS. uraers i.iKen lor w isu. liico.s. OPERA HOUSE f AND QENT3' rUHNIS2IERS. Pi post orrrcE si9WS LDt ST ATI OXER V N OT IO N ! DEALERS Hardware, Stoves IN and Tinware. The best and most complete assortment in the city. lathe KOCKWOOD BLOCK, two doors west of Curruths. Call and see ua. 1..u-' VJi -TJJr DECKER BROS. IIEXRY F. MILLEK and nn BOAkDby the DAT or WEEK. i7 fm U W U CENTRAL RESTAURANT. P Meals at AH Hours. OYSTEJIS IN SEASOK. AlilttST OF C'UTNTliHKtlTI US. Kansas City, April t A Journal ISooaeville, ?Ii.isoiiri, special nn fcjiieriH" Ho r ami xoo h.-t nirht ilesceudeil upon a cabin ix miles cast of town ami captured (Jeorge Cleii douiiig, with a eounli rl'eitiug outfit and sixty dollars, part of the latter still iu the mould. SHOUT IN II IS ACCOUNTS. iSl'A kta, Wis , April G. I). X. Cur gill, a well known produce ami stock dealer, mid for two years town treas urer, is a defaulter of upwards of Si uuo. ii is aiicgca inai me money was ued in his business and lost in grain spccul." lions. The deficiency was discovered upon an examir.ation of his accounts previous to his re election. FLOOD AT NIAGARA FALLS. aiaoaiu Falls, April C The heavy rains of the past thirtv-si hours have caused a Hood here. The streefs ate coveied to a depth of two feet. Several thousand dollars dam age has been done to goods in stores and cellars. Fifty feet of the Canada .Southern tracks washed awav. Trains will not be able to run to Niagara till tomorrow. BUSINESS FAILURES. New York, April G. Business fail ures for the last seven days as report ed to the mercantile agency of H. C Dun &. Co., number H7. compared Willi lHJ for last week. The distribu tion ol tin failures is ;i follows: New England states 11, western OS, middle '26, southern 4G, Tacific states ami ter ritories 14, New York City 1:5, and Canada 29. COLD CERTIFICATES. Chicago, April 6. Bankers in this city, in view of the action of the sec retary of the treasury m refusing to. fix-s.l.. twm ..'Til .rt.f i ft .... n 1. 1.1 them tor other denominations a tho . . . V, 4 " .... .-mo ue;i5iii . .ui'i. hav.: (lcci''.eri to send all their vi-iiticate& lo r,'ew York lor excnai.,c j!1)( a:d ior the futur to bave noliiing t do with "."iib-certificates. CHILD TABOR. Milwaukee, April 5. It is esti mated that the labor bill passed by the legislature iinpos'ng a fine and imprisonment in case of employment of children undej fourteen years of age, will throw nearly 3,000 out of employment in this city. Large cigar niiiuufacturers employ a considerable number, and several hundred arc em ployed ns sorters iu rag and junk shops. A NOTED MUSICIAN. New York, April 6. Max Brucli, a famous German composer, organ i izer and leader of male choruses, will arrive about Apiil 11. Ilis coming is regarded as an event of much im portance in 1 lie music world, this be ing his first, visit to America. Lpou his arrival he will be received bv the Anon society and delegates from leading German musical societies. Ilis first appearance iu New York will be with the Oratorio society, at the Academy of Music, on the 18th instant. SMALL I'OX. Kansas City, April 6. Ta response to an inquiry regarding tfie report of devastation by small-pox at Galena aud Empire City, I. C Weedy, post master at Galena, telegraphs as iol lows: "Three cases of small pox at Ga lena and four at Umpire City. Six deaths iu the past ten days. Plenty of lun Js on baud. Buiiios goe"s on as usual, i'-xcitement ail with out siders."' THE "PASS" AGREEMENT. Chicago, April 6. A meeting of the railways running west and south west from here interested in the agree ment not to issue passes to shippers, from which agreement the Chicago & Alton road gave notice of withdrawal last .Saturday, reconvened today. The committee appointed last night re ported a plan substantially tho eam as that now in force to cover the cur renL ear. It provides that any rr,erj ber may withdraw after thirtv -flays' written notice, and fixes the penalties for violation of the terr3 of agree ment as follows, at the. discretion of the arbitrater: Firs olTensa, S10; second, 8200; third arid subsr quent offenses, 500. t THE IOWA TOOL. WASIILNtiTOX MOWS. Work in the Treasury. THE MONI.Y ki:i.M CniWl !.!. WasiiiNoton-, April 0. The com inittee examining tin? eoi.liibm ol" tin; United States treasury arc maUin rapid progress. livery thing n correct so Jar. All tin' (fills and (-lids an; ck-nivd up The work now before the commit tee i to count the hua'c'l packages, reserved United States notes and bags of silver com. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Explosions ami Excitement. ttliiuaiU'k I. lie UoiU. M Ucel I a ii eon . 1M.I. I. A W. people thoroughly Tin: new e It is estimated by tainiiar with tlie Mi'jict ll.af. under the new law ivdu ing leiter postage and the regulation of the pay of postmasters, the receipts of not more than one oflice in every four on th:; eneriil average will be in excess of the postmaster's salaries un der the existing laws. It is said that all postoffie.es, however insigmliceul, con tribute about one-fifth of their receipt to the government. TiiE .;i:a.m:i j n im(i,uv. The .Icamielte court of inquiry c m vened today. The judge H.iv0,-ate !U1. nounccl that he had received ;t eommu- nicatioii from Dr. Vjliins enclosing thir ty-livc queslirU3 -uu-U he desired to have put to the witness. Fireman Ji irt- lett wa", called, and the questions read to llini. In rei.ly he stated that Collins ('.eccaed i held the positpni of an oflircr on board of liie Jeaiinette, n:;d was al ways treated with the same courtesy as the other ofliccrs. The witness never heard (.'isp. I)cf,ong -pe ik unkind to Collins. After the Jeannctte was lost and when their party reached laud, it was discussed as to the fact of the other par ties, and the witness volunteered to at tempt to a search for them at oner, but this was prevented by th? genera! opin ion of the whole party, based upon the fact that he h-id no clothing, no provis ions, no transportation, Htid no knowledge of the country. Dancnhowcr offered to, and di 1 go. The witness was not aware of any trouble between Melville and Collins. In answer to the question whether, if he had been in command of the party, he would have waited as long as Melville did before trying to discover others, the witness replied: 'T made a proposition to move, winch was dis cussed by the whole party, Mansou and I agreeing to draw Leach upon a sledge, as lie was unable to walk, owing to fro zen feet, but tho conclusion arrived at by Melville and Danenhower was that it would be impossible and impracticable." The witness was of the opinion that the trip to Bclum might hare been made sooner, but it would have been attended with great suffering and hardship. He believed, taking all things into consider ation, everything was done that could have been dorm to rescu ; DeLong's pirty. C. A. WRISLEY & GO'S limpkDm Till". Ot'LKN S ((AMiloX. LoMio.t, April The qu nu took another drive today. Jsho cannot ytt walk witli eomfoif. LSI Kill A.vrs. Ko.toi., April 0. The 'steamer Ihitaiti.i, from Xap'ei, with l.OuO em igrants for the United Mat' s, pasaed (Jibralter today. fcTA i en 1 OCT. Vienna, Apnl C. The whole Iltin gHiian colony at Ibikowina, niimhtr ing about iM),- oo, have determined to leave the place, owing the insufficiency of crops to feed the population. SKlI'l'lll. Montreal, April C. -T. II. Ilod .son, whoh s do checsi) and butter mer chant, arretted in Staney bud;, Mon treal, for obtaini g advance n, compro mised wit h I ho bank for .Ji;0,0'JO and 11 -d across tho lino to .n;;ipo other creditors. UI.j.M ARCk. Berlin, April 0. It is staled iu th papeitithaL Bismarck iu reply to a let ter of congratulation from Ih'j cr -wn pi inee on the occasion of the chancel lor's bii thday, declared (hat he intend ed todevoto the r. m iieler of Ids life to consolidating the finances of tho Empire. THL GLASGOW EXPLOSIONS. Glasgow, Ap il 0. Th- stat-ment is rn ide that the arrest at Liverpool furnish the police with a dun to tho recent explosions iu tl 'Pgow. Accord ing to the latest information Ibo In tent is that th- e explosions should be on comprehensive scale. The plot In cluded the destruction of tho canal viaduct. They were only partially successful. Several detectives Uaro started for Liverpool to work out tho evidence. THE EXCITEMENT. Lon'pon", April tj. The interest iu the Hiiro glycerine disc iveries contin ues to irrow, ;ir:d the excitement is In tense. Tie- newspapers are making the most of their opportunity, and sell ing frequent e litions with such head ings as "A l'lo, to i.low up Loud n." The contents of alitor al and ocal news seek to connect tho arrest of tho four dynamite proners wi h tho ad vice given by O'Donovan Kossa to Irishmen to burn up everything be longing to tho E glish except their coal. i:MARCK's letter. Berlin, April C Bismarck, in a le'ter lo the Iteichstag. nn unces !n a curt manner, an i wiihou offering an explanation, the arrest and s jbs-que'it release at Kiel of members f deputies who had att nded t he socialist con gress at Co, enhagen. AMERICAN I'ORK. Notwithstanding tho num. rous pro tests which are being received from America against th injustice, of pro hibiting the importation of American pork into Germany, the government is evidently influenced by sanitary rea sons, and seem determined to enforce the statue making such Importations unlawful. Chicago Grain Market. m. r,i3 ooap EE The Iowa trunk lir.e as jociatio.n met and admitted the Illinoia Central to tbe pool, to take effect; from April 1. BEST IN THE MARKET. Triad e OXLTof Vegetable Oil and Pur Beet Tallow. To Induce hp- jsekeepers to give this Soap a trial. WITH EACH BAR ffJB WE GIVE a FINE &a TABLE NAPKIN U B&a Thi, offer is made for a short time only fcd should be taken advantage of at ONCE. V7 e "WARRANT this Soap to do more wash ' ag with greater ease than any soap In the market. It has no EQUAL ior use m cara and cold water. Y3UB GROCER HAS IT. O.A.Wrisley&Co. Wmmrt aeturra of Standard Laundry mn Tcllat Soaps. Take Notice. We will receive Gaff &, Fleishman's compressed yeat every Tuesday and Friday morning-i. fresh, at Bennett & Lewis'. - . - 34 tf " BW r- . -" -. , ' - "I a t V-r -tl. YinKTrrrtTia m iim m - -. llL .r-AXmLttTIAnTf 1t6C Ui ir - inuma . , , , . ,..t. , ..y-y ' - if:,mnLmm i tm-mm mm wmninaay ii i II mJ I . . m.m- - : . , imi,,.,,,,,.. ,., i ' i . ' ' - 1 ' - " r ' " ui,i iy pL aBlfiBf ''-.Z, mi iir'ii - ' ' UP TO 3 O'CLOCK p. Sjieciul IJl"iatcli to the Jlj-.itALn. Chicago, April 7. Call 3 p. WHEAT. Apiil, lOlJ ; May, 10o' : June, I07?tt'; July, 107'. No. 3 April wheat, &8 CORN. April, AIM ; Mav, Mj; ; June, ro ; July, New mixed, Y. O. Y.., 4??u. OATS. April. 33; May, 42; June, 42. iMa'.tsiiiouth City .Market. i-i:ov iiio.vs, i-aciT, t r.r.i) Ac. (ur.r.w l Rc ited by M. IS. Murpliy & Co. i ..r.r M Ml.... ii; .1:1 (:lti;!.i-fl KeiU Kye i-lo.ir i.rtleiin l'i.ur Butler t'lieo'.p ( iart fkiui)... 'lifei' eivjtn).. S:;.ir CureJ Ha.us. r.aeim MmuMi-rs I)iir:l ISf-tf l'oultiy i'u4- ';iUl:if ( liuit-if I'ot itot i Sweet " 1 Seels (i;ioi:s A'ijle?( ( inter) Sweet Cider Oysters, select. ' Common . iXMfei.Wpercitt. fr!.2.r die H,-i .'..i0 " t SAjiii'K'ts per lb l!i -jri 17 " II " " I.-, I.i " i.r-o (; t, iyt per doz. . . 1.1 :i, U'i c. m o. " 4. (tiS' ci. per Uu. ii.so - TSc-ts 73 ct " . ..1.0:i & ' 15c per cal 4ja per enji 40 " fur l-arp-e C fllinl It'frrllilii fW ilrliabtt tcrtt 1- 3lail-tl I lo All. f.n'f ... Ijitfrl .A'orfltie In XKUH POT iTOKS. Corn. Oat. nil (no K'.'t 'Itec'mn t Vriri-tnhlv, ami W li. jt. I-lower, r .ml Tr rE. Kvt-rvliln(rl toiM. A4!rt IVUi A. IliiO., ltocdMiM.ii. ft LLA. IOWA.