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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1883)
IM.ATTSMOUTII, XEBUASKA, MONDAY, A Villi a 2. 1833.
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Having ivcentlv purchase! the
A FULL. ONE
L'i.i-.Mrii h:i t
oo;i: ; Z
ILa TO" &EE
Corner Pearl and
-DKAI..EK3 IN ALL
p. jr. nflANSiEKr,
Iso Choice Brands of Flour.
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Western Horse and Cattle Insurance Company,
Fire Insurance Policies Issued in the English and German Languages
Steamship Tickets sold from and to Europe over the Hamburg
American Packet Co., and the North-German Lloyd. Agents for
100,000 acres of land on the Northern Pacific railroad in Dakota.
Stat. A Monro St.. Chicago.
WUI in ill la u,
i far 1M. ae -rili.g 1
'UmX kii Oaiv firm
iHumOk mJm to ttmtm lanvarttoa HI If
Drug Store of
Dr. A. II. KELLER, I wish
vicinity tliut I have in Stuck
A COMPLETE STOCK
Ht.iv a:ii do a lo 'itinute Dai' hasmaja, an 1 li : lv fair dealing
3H5 EES IES-
- I i , ' r A li.lyi tl Jilt
Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
Complete stock of hardware, also
a fine assortment of Agricultural Im
plements. The Deer goods a specialty.
Our l-ATfre flABDEX GllDC
derribliii,' VvWt Ktliehlt Usttti
it MmlleU 'rf to All. Wt
A'an r it is in
rior, lrrM indJwKKEIK Ererrthiiicri
V -1 ' MM akVtf mwlMW
reuo. loir a.
to announce to
in the Drug
Corner of Main and
Orders taken for WILSON BROS.' SHIRTS.
BOARD by )he DAY or WEEK.
t lie citizens f Platt.-inoiith ami
and living juices to merit a liberal
MASON & HAMLIN
IIENRY F. MILLER and
Meals, at Mi Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
FROM Till CAPITAL.
SMUGGLING ON THE
What the Treasury Contains.
A -1 Cent Ioi(;ikc Slump, Etc.
A XKW I'OSTAU K ST AM 1.
V ashing ton, April 'J'J. lliere is
some talk in the post office depart'
ineiH nbout i new slinnn to )e wt the
value of 1 t ts. When the regular let
ter rate i "J cents it will be conven
iont to hu a t-!nini of double that
value lor o vcrwtmla letters. It 18
not proposed to drop the C ccut stamp
which hears the likeness of Abraham
Lincoln: that wil! still be convenient
for x)arceld and third class matter,
and the demand for G cent stamps,
used now mostlv for overweight let
ters, suggests that 4 cent stamps will
be wanted after the new rate goes
into effect. Nothiur will be done
about the matter at present and the
manufacture of new stamps will de
pend on public demand.
General Sherman gave a dinner
last night in honor ot postmaster gen'
ILLINOIS FIVE PER CENT FUND.
The secretary of the interior has re
quested Attorney General Brewster to
appear in bchali ot the commissioner
of the general land office in the man
damus proceedings inaugurated by
tne state ol Illinois in the supreme
court of the United States. This is ai
application for a mandamus to com
pel the goverument to allow that
state five per cent ot the net proceeds
of the sales of public lauds within the
state, for which payment was made
at the rate of $1.25 per acre in mili
tary laud scrip.
PARTRIDGE GRANTED I.EAVK Of A 15
United States miui-ter at Peru, re
ported in person to the secretary of
state and remained half an hour and
departed for Baltimore. Partridge
declined to say auytLinjr about hia
visit to secretary Freliughu3-6en, and
the state department officials will say
nothing further than that a leave of
absence had been granted Partridge
upon his own application on the
ground of ill health, but that he has
act yet indicated how long he desires
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to be ab.-.cnt
The statement of the United States
treasurer shows gold, silver, United
States notes in the treasury aa fol-
ows: Gold coin aid bullion, $186,392-
2,r0; silver dollars and bullion, 108,-
It is reported to tlyj treasury depart
ment that smuggling is beinu extensive
ly practiced on the Bio Grande river.and
that a difference of opinion exists be
tween the district attorney for the south
ern district of Texas ami collector of
customs at Brownsville, as to the author-
ty of the ollirers of the latter to arrest
K-rsous detected in the act of smuggling.
The question has been referred to the
solicitor of the treasury for an opinion.
The solicitor fays be has no doubt that
the officers have the samenght to arrest
offenders that they have to sieze smug
gled goods, providing the arrest is not
made on Mexican territory.
THE GARFIELD HOSPITAI-
The managers of the Garfield memor
ial hospital have purchased a piece of
property situated in the suburbs of this
city, at a cost of $37,000. The money
to be realized from the soldiers7 and
sailors' orphan asylum property, which
was donated to the Garfield hospital.
will be devoted to the erection of a hos
pital building upon the land just pur
chased. HOME AGAIN.
The president and Secretary Chan
dler and party arrived at 9;30 tonight.
The president is in excellent health. The
party was met at the depot by Secretary
Frelinghuysen, Attorney General Brew
ster, and a large number of friends.
THE IOWA AMENDMENT NULL
A CIRCUS ATTACKED BY A
Freddie Gets Furious.
Wilmington, Del, April 23. A
special . from Dover rtate that
O'Brien ciicu.'.S'aturday.waa attacked
by a mob after the evening peror
mance. The mob ojK-u.d Hi eon tin
wagons on the way to the depot, c
compuuied by a guard of showmen.
Eight or ten of the circus employe
were shot, some seriously. Charlet.
Henderson, one of the proprietors, woa
ahol in the eye and head.
CHICAiiO 1IA9K I! AM. PA I! If.
CiilCAOti. April 2v The Chicago
base ball park was thrown open for In
spection yesterday afternoon, and it is
declared to possess the lineat appoint
ineuts or any grounds in th- coi'iitry
given up to the spoit. The seating
capacity has been increased to ten
thousand, and accommodations for
three thousand under cover has been
provided. One of the exlravagant
features is the erection of a number
of private boxis and stalls. Ten
thousand dollars havo been expended
Baltimore. April a.'. Freddie (if b-
na rut, whose assiduous attention to
the "Jersey Lily" have been ho widely
commented on, threatened to repeat
his St. Lmiis experience last evening,
by attacking John A. Shrever. a re
porter of the Baltimore- American,
Shrever wrote up and published an ac
count what purported to be an inter
view between Mrs. Langtry and him
sen, in uie iormers dressing room,
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Last evening Freddie approached
Shrever, who was standing in the
lobby, and in an abrupt iaanner want
ed to know by what authority he had
presumed to write such an interview.
and Shrever finally admitted his card,
which he had sent to Mrs. Langtry,
had been returned, but she had been
interviewed by an American reporter
while on the train en route to Balti
more rrom Washington. Gebhardt
characterized the whole matter of the
interview as a lie, and remarked, "That
he could whip a liar," and threatened
unless retraction was made he would
treat Shrever as he had treated Cun
ningham in St. Louis. He further
threatens to publish a card over Mrs.
Langtry 's signature, denying the fact
of the reported interview. The Amer
ican this morning admits there was no
interview with the reporter of the pa
per Thursday night, and whether that
will satisfy Gebhardt remains to be
THE IOWA amendment.
Dubuque, Iowa, April 21. The de
cision In the amendment case was not
filed until 5 o'clock this afternoon.
The opinions are voluminous, the ma
jority covering 84 pages of legal cap,
and the minority, consisting of Judge
Beck alone, covering 113 pages. The
I majority opinion is in harmony with
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that rendered at the first hearing, de
claring the amendment null and void.
The opinion of the court was delivered
by Chief Justice Day. On the only
new question raised in the argument
for rehearing, that of jurisdiction, the
court is positive that the courts are
instituted for the purpose of adjudi
cating the acts of the legislature. The
court says, a petition for a rehearing
was presented in this cause and whole
cases have been reargued by eminent
counsel with much ability and re
search. In view of the great interest
which has attached to this question.
and of its public importance, it is
deemed not only proper but necessary
to examine with considerable fullness
the leading points relied upon as ne
cessitating a conclusion different from
ths one reached in the foregoing opin
ion, li is asserted in tne opinion ior
rehearing, that the judicial department
of the state has not jarisdiction over
a political question and cannot review
the action of ftie fifteenth general as
sembly of the people in the matter of
the adoption or amendment of the con
stitution of the state. This position
practically amounts to this: That pro
visions, of the constitution lor its own
amendment ate simply directory and
may be disregarded with impunity, for
it is idle to say that these requirements
of the constitution must be observed
If departments charged with their ob
servance are the sole judges as to
whether or not they have been com
plied with. This proposition was ad
vanced for the first time upon the pe
tition for a rehearing, and if correct
it is of course an end to the contro
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
Secure them at the
Plattsmouth Herald Office
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ll;iiiMiuh Cltj Markets.
I-ROVI K..SH, MIT, tllU AT. ( HKV All )
l,itrl I.) M. II. Murphy A lt.
"'our 93.00 &a "-rrt.
Menl 1.25 "
Iran '.' n5
Chumx-d I fed 1.24 "
lty t lour i'.'.oo "
i rati mn Flour j.ou
Kuticr yi)4.att irr
Vbrt'Hf (tmit Mm) 11
( lirfKf (full firuui' w "
Mugui Cun-d II m J7
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Dried l!r-f i
I'fiuliry M r-udift uo j.rrtoX.
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. 'Uoli-e To! al i n-i 4.,tj, tact, ttft tu.
Hfi't tl.H4l "
nej-it .art "
Onlmn vfi fit
Apples (wlni, -i; l,o (J, '.'4 i "
Nuert CUIer l.'t j.r J
Oyxlt-M, lc t .1V pti j'ut
" Couiliiou 40 '
Has ransacked tin; mar
ki-t f.i the
nobbiest and be.-d lino
We call hhow you all that a dc
suable, ami ilon t. lonrrt that va
will never he nndeivold.
For rilit goinlfi at ri;;ht
4 I t"
C. .7Z WnftmU,
The BOSS Clolhier.
Rock wood Block.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURUITURE 8 C0FFI1TS,
and at! Mi li of ko'xI'I usually kt-pl In a
fihnt class n nviTt ni: mtuick
Also, a vfiy complete Hock of Funeral Good,
Our New and elegant hearts h alwayn In
Remember the place, in UNION
iULOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
W'hear we may !e foiuic rilrlit or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24tl3 n.ATTSMOUTH. NEB.
Tills beautiful three story brick structure, on
lower Maid street, lia Juitt been finished and
fitted up lor the accommodation of
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar ,ttCOnneAtour,tu lbd
FRED GOOS, Tropr.
LAFE VNEIL, Prop'r.
Beef Mntton! Port YeaLCMctenkfo,
Constantly on band.
Also, all kind of UAME in season, and tr
erythlng kept in a
FIRST-CLASS MEAT MIOI t
At lowest povlble rates.
Nort?t Side Main St let. Alh awl
521 r PLATTSMOUTn. NEBJ
i v i m r
tomera of Uat Tmr wHboat or&artns Ti Uaootv
ia valuable dlraottoo far t
IW. etc. LnrmliimKla i n
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