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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 18S3.
IM If If I .
Next door to the M. E. Church, and
h i A mi goods in the market as well as
In this department you will find a full
goods at 9100. $1.50, 33.00, 33 00. $5 00 up
Of these we have a large and elegant assortment at lower prices than ever before; from 10 cents to $3.50 and Si. In
blossoms. I'anaies, Roses, Daisies, Heliotropes, Migoonetts and Butter Cups; also a full assortment of Wreaths.
Colored, Cream and Black. : Of thesa we are confident we cn show you the finest assortment in town. AVo have many new styles and patterns
sever before out.that must be seen to be appreciated. Ribbons, Silks and Satins 1h all the new shades.
Notions of all kinds. Kid Silk and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Underwear and Emnroidery. In these goods wq will give you
bargains. Call and see for yourselves. Do not forget the place. In I on Black, next door to M. E. Church. Call and see us whether you wish to purchas
goods or not.
Daily Expres Train for Omaha. Chica- j
go. HaniiSl lty. t. l.oult, ana all point : n erring in I nton iepii ior ail point in
I Caftt. rhrouli car la I'coria t luU'aua-I ' olorado Utah. California. aul the entire
i noil: Elegant Pullman 1'alace Cars and West. Ine advent of this line Ivm the tia
Pareearbee on all through train, and veler a e Koutft to the. Vet. with scene
t Dining car east ef Missouri Klver. j ry ana advantage uneqo&led eUewhere
r Threusb Ticket at tn Lowest Rate are
i bafgare will be checked to destluatiii. Any Informal Ion as to rates routes or timeta
ble will be cheerfully furnished upon app ltion to any aj-rnt or to
P. . K rT. tirucral Ticket Agent, Omaha. Neb.
Oh, Yes !
tar Eto iwi
have arrived, and I will continue to sell
Dry Goods & Notions
Dress Goods, Trimmings Etc., at lower prices than
any other house in the country.
Also a full line of
at prices to defy oinpetion.
HMD (DAILIL AT
examine the beautiful stock of M illlnery ami Notions there displayed. Our stock
the cheaper gradrs which tre sell at reasonable pi ices and will not be undersold.
line of Milans, French Chips, Tuscans, Lace and Satin braids. A fine assortment ot pattern hats and trimmed
to 820. Children's trimmed school hats from 25 cents to $1.50.
Daily Expre Trains for Dourer, cou-
on sale at an tn- important stations, ana
- Youra Reepctfully,
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Order taken for WILSON BROS.' SHIRfS!
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is full and complete, and embrace
novelties we have Apple and Cherry
MASOX & HAMLIN
J HENRY F. MILLER and
STUM ' ' tl I
P Meals at Ati Hours.
A TEKUtBLE TRAGEDY
Firo Xoar Crete.
The Strikers' Riot.
Cretf, Neb., April 13. A pnilrie
fire on the premiaof Newton Younjj,
three miles west of Crele. this after
uoon, caught iri a h:iy sta k, where the
children were at play, arid two of the
children were burned crie to a crisp,
and the other bo badly that it will not
TOTAL ABSTINENCE REQUIRED.
Kansas City, Apiil 13. Fowler
Bros., employing several hundred men,
have notified all employes that they
must abstain from all intoxicating
liquors when on or off duty. They are
the well known proprietors of a large
FOUND GUI LTV.
Denver, April 13. At Lake City
this morning the jury in the case of
Alf. O. Packer, charged with murder
ing five companions in San Juan coun
ty in 1872, returned a verdict of guilty.
A motion for a new trial on theground
that the murders were committed on
an Indian reservation, and therefore
this court has no jurisdiction, will be
made this afternoon.
THE MARQUIS ARRIVAL.
Boston, April 13. A small street
bomb was exploded by a passing car
riage in front of the postoflice this
morning, causing some commotion but
no damage. The incident has caused
some talk in connection with the Mar
quis of Lome's arrival. Lome arrived
at 8:30. He would not take a convey
ance to the hotel, but accompanied by
the English consul and members of his
party, and followed closely by detect
ives, walked leisurely to th hotel.
NO FURTHER TROUBLE.
Sprinsfield, April 13 There has
been no trouble at the rolling mill
since that of last night, reported in
the dispatches. The men are firm in
the determination to remain at their
posts, and many think the assault last
night will have an effect directly con
trary to what was anticipated. The
firing parties have not yet been identi
fied, and no arrests have been made.
Mulkern, the most seriously injured
man of the several who were wounded
last night, is alive, and will probably
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
Dubuque, April 13. Charles Smith,
a well to do farmer living four miles
north of Earlville, Iowa, went to his
barn this morning, where two sons,
aged nine and thirteen, were engaged
at work, and killed them with an axa.
Returning to the house with the same
weapon he killed his wife, as she stood
by the stove preparing breakfast. He
then attempted to slay his two daugh
ters, the only remaining mem! ers of
the family, but they succeeded in
reaching a neighbor's house safely, and
gave the alarm. "When they returned
it was found that Smith had killed
himself by cutting his throat with a
butcher knife. These meagre details
only are known, and no cause is as
signed for the deed.
SERIOUS RIOT OF STRIKERS.
Springfield, 111., April 12. The
union men at the large rolling mills
here went out on a strike a few weeks
ago. The mill started recently witn
new hands gathered from various
parts of the country. For several days
the old union men manifested an ul
ruly disposition, and today the situa
tion became desperate. A gang of the
union followed three of the non-union
men (strangers) into the country, as
saulted and severely beat and threw
them off a bridge. Two of the num
ber have not returned. They are said
to be seriously injured. Physicians
started for the scene but returned, be
ing afraid of their lives. This evening
as the workmen were leaving the mills.
after getting o.itside the high enclos
ure, a gang of strikers opened fire upon
them with rifles, shotguns and revol
vers. It is said fifty suot? were fired
John Waldron, a young workman, re
cently from Pittsbugh, was instantly
killed, thirty-four buckshot entering
his side. Brainard Mulkurn was
severely wounded in the chest and
arm, it is thought seriously. No ar
rest have been made as the murderers
were unknown, being in ambush.
Workiugmen are aroused and exprecs
a determination to run the mill.
Washington, April 11. The ac
count of Howgate's appearance in this
city, published last evening, caused
considerable comment about town, and
the fact siill remains that he was here
tain parties that they "knew nothing
about it." Ia connection with How
Kate's sudden appearance here It Is
stated that a short time sinte a friend
of bis invited a newspaper man to
drink a bottle of wine with the miss
log officer. Another gentleman recent
ly connected with the press had bought
a piece of property, and to obtain a
good title to It, Howgate's signature to
the deed was necessary. He was
placed in communication with friends
of Howgate's, and in a short time had
the desired autograph. Certain II is
that Howgate is not living at either of
his former residences on Thirteenth or
Fourteenth streets. .These have been
closely watched oy parties having
more or less direct interest in his re
capture, as have the houses of his os
tensible friends and acquaintances.
The prevailing opinion seems to be
that he is not over thirty miles from
Washington, living on some farm
farm where he can exercise and mean
der about without fear of detection.
Howgate's bondsmen declare that if
the court will assign a day for the trial
he will appear, but that he will not go
back to prison.
Urady Found Guilty.
He Will Expiate by Hanging
A War Between France and
China Likely to Occur.
Dublin. April 13 The trial of Joe
Brady was coutiuued this moruing.
The defense called a clerk named
Kennedy. He swore thet he spoke to
Brady, who was accompanied by a
girl, on Domiuick street, between five
and seveu o'clock on the evening of
May 6th. He recognized Auuie Mea
gher, who testified yesterday. She
was with Brady that evening. A girl
named Wiggles also said that she met
Brady the following day. Upon the
conclusion ot Kennedy's testimony
the defense announced that they
would call no other witnesses. Argu
ments for the defense and prosecution
The judge finished his charge at 13
minutes after 3, when the jury re
tired. They were absent but a short
time, and returning to the court
room announced that they had found
Brady guilty of the murder of Lord
Cavendish and Burke. Brady was
immediately sentence to be hanged.
Dr. Webb moved for an arrest of
judgment. He alleged that under the
criminal act the jury which heard the
case was not legally formed. The
judge refused to grant Dr. Webb's
motion. The date fixed for execution
is May 10.
FRANCE AND CHINA.
London, April 13. A telegram
from Hong Kong dated the 11th, says
the French minister to China arranged
the Tonquiu alTairs satisfactorily, but
the uew French minister rejected the
arrangement. Th: result will proba
bly be a long and costly war with
France. I hiua will uc he best
iroops, which will probably be com
manded by European leaders.
REPORTS OF FIRE.
Beree, April 14. Reports are re
ceived here that the villages of Silvis
ter, Ticens, and Solvatare, Italy, are on
ON THE LOOKOUT.
London, April 13. The metropoli
tan board of works has recommended.
because of the danger to bo feared
from explosions, that all work-nan en
tering sewers in London be carefully
CAVGHT ON WHEAT.
A few months ago large quantities
of American wheat, were bought for
forward delivery, it having been as
sumed by the purchasers that the con
tinuous bad weather would cause a
rise. On the contrary there has
been a decline of five shillings r.er
quarter. Heavy losses are thus caused
in London and the provinces, and a
number of failures are probabl.
Troy City Laundry.
Now Located on
W. D. BROWN, rroprletor.
Transient Work solidted
Thanking my patrons for past favors, I aoli-
cit turtuer worn.
Remember the place, Mockeahaup hpute
W asuiugtou Avenue.
Unr Urn 3ASI
descriMna: CU ' luttmkU
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mrmw v w SKJCI PVTATOIS, CmVL. 0U
beat, and tb Btt MltritM of TmcUoIc.
'. Oraa and TreeBFatl. Kr7iblae;U te'd.
oner the LMtmrt Miua
l'Uttsnionth City Market.
rUVlION, PHUT. KB t AC. (BIT Alt.)
ftrported by M. U. Murphy A C.
Flour $1.00 Q!4 SO pft.
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Ky Flour 2 eo "
lrl.m Flour J "
Huttrr jto-wts Pf
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t'herar (lull crrmn)
HiiKNr Curr.t lUmi IT -
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Tiiultry 4.A0 Cfc . pr Bo.
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l'UbHt(f .o e.
holrc i'otatov 4A6 Ct. pr bu.
Swart " Si-no "
Oulou .... 7CU "
Appl(lntri 10ttl.2S ,
Sweet Cider If per El
Oyatcr. acted 4M per
" Common 4c "
1'latUmwiitb lelrpnoue txcbaAjce.
1 J. V. Youdk. renlilei.ee.
2 lieunett Si 1-ewl. atore.
3 M. U. Murphy ti Co.. "
4 Rouuer nlMlifea.
5 Coaiiiy C rk' office.
6 E. II. Lewi, renltlrnoo.
T J. V. Weckbiicti, torc.
M WeHtern Union Irlegiaph 11BIM.
9 I . 11. Wherlrr, re!drucc.
IU 11. A. Campbell, "
14 R. U. WlnUliaiu, "
19 Juo. Wayuiaui, "
18 J. W. JeuuliiK. "
IT W. H Wlio, uinre.
18 Morrlaaey liro., office.
19 W K. Carter. tor.
20 . W. Fairfield, l(leuca.
21 M. B Murphy.
23 l. II. Wheeler & Co , oOcc.
23 J. P. Taylor. rellene.
34 Flrt National Bunk.
26 F. K. RuSner'a oltlce.
20 J. 1. Youuk. atore.
2 1'erkln Hour.
29 K. W. liver, residence.
31 Journal olllce.
34 HKK ALU Ft'l. CO OffiCC
36 J. N. Wle, residence.
34 M. M. Chapman, "
37 W. 1. lone. "
3H A. N. ftulhvan,
3! II. K. Talnier. "
40 W. H. Hclitlilknerut, office.
41 Hullivan & 'Voo ey,
42 A. W. McmughUij. residence.
43 A. Faitersoo. livery.
44 C. M. Holme. "
49 L. D. Dennett, residence.
46 Oeu, . Hinitli, office.
47 I.. A. Mooie, flor t.
49 .1, W. Barnes, residence.
CO R. R. MvhiKtou, office.
30T J. V. Weckuwh, relleuce.
333 Chaplain Wright.
340 W. 11. Hchl:dkuecut "
34H Geo. H Mlulth, "
JM R. K, LlvliiKton. "
315 C. C. Ballard.
The switch bourd conncta Flattsmouth wlt
AHhland, Arlington, Bhilr. :ouncil Bluff, Fre
uioDt, Llucolu. OiuaU and KUhornHtat ion.
W All RANT Y DEEDS
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
Secure them at tho
Plattsmouth Herald Office
HOI'HE SHOEING & WAGON REPAIKINU.
All Kinds of Farm 'Implements Mendel wit!
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, 31ule& Ox Shoeing:.
In short, well shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a ulrasa.
Come and see ui.
n Filth St. between Main ana Vine Street,
ust acrow ve c mer from the viw HKKAUav
For Sale !
N E Sec. 3, T. 12, R. 13.
S E -, Sec. 3, T. 12, 11. 13.
S. W. Sec. 3, T. 12, R. 13.
and N J N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, R.
Ei S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, K. 13
E -J, Lot 10, Block 28.
" 3, " 59.
" 7 & 0, " 23.
S-J, 9, 11. '
The above described faring are
for sale on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
R. 13. WINDHAM,
d9tf Plattsmouth, Neb.
LAFB Cf NEIL, Proper.
Beef Motion! Perl Teal CMeab,
Constantly on hand.
Also, ail klndj of OAXK uiseaaoa, an4 ev-r-ftnlnc
FinfiTCL.AtS MEAT IBOPf
At lowest poaalble rate.
North 8id 21ainau ht. Ath and
Ci aTUTTf nocia.
I notwithstanding the statement of oar