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OPERA HOUsfE BLOCK
fMf tilt t wfelif
rum. isukd iiy
lis Flattsmontli Hsral m&n Co.
Striking Miners in Vermont.
rueM taken f. r HHON PROS.' MllICTS.
Gr.KT.V FURN IS HERS.
u u u ut: y u y
nl HI II El! i 1 9M n r 1 II El E 6
ilASON & HAMLIN
Jf l KKXRY F. Mtl.LEK odJ
LJtfT J9. TODD'S
AT SA(1F.S OLD STAXD, OX LOtli MAIN STUEET.
Trite USesi JLine ot Sioves
! l fomai la the City. Sew goodt at prioei tmt defy wppertea. Give me a aall
yCo siiid 8Co9
1'aimers, you can save from to 1 ct'iiU on the pomul, by buy
ing wire of 113," warranted to be as gool as any wire made. We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STOVES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and eee us in the Rockwood Block.
And Tinners' Stock
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
-3 l I rtw
St. Locic, July 7. Tle Globe Demo-,
cr.tttVi tht) 6cnatiuil 8p-t:iil dio
putchcs recently eeut abroad that small
pox exists here to an alarming extent it
entirely unwarranitfl. The ditseuse hns
preyailcj to a light decree in one local
ity in thb southern pari of the city, but
the type has been iuite mild, ami heiith
cfllclaU rerooved marly all cases as
eoou as direovered to quarantine hospi
tal several cviles outside the city limits,
and have tukeu and will takeevey pre
caution to prevent a spread of the pet
and have so fur succeeded. No tdurm
has been felt at auy lime, and nobody
apprdbtadod nay danger.
Philadelphia, July 7 Thos Jic-
holao and Louis M. Ellcr were arretted
on enapiciou of having stolen $7,000
worth of dilk which they were offv-ring
at prices far below the:r market value.
Upon searching their room a bundif
of uilk was found ready for ahipmeut
marked "C. Masaon, Boston."
L.ater au vices aa? Itireu men wera
concerned i:i the robbery, and that they
obtained a package containing SI, 4511.
The thlevea are supposed to have
come from St. Loin. They had" ten-
miiaitefl alitrt of thiei pursuers, aud
neither of thetu have yet been captured
THE COLOKADO TRAGEDY.
Denver, July 7. It is difficult to jret
a real acoount of the Grand county
tragedy. The report that a body of
twenty aruatd men left Georgetown for
the avowed purpose of aveniug the
death of the victims is untrue. Wel
ber and Day's bodies were taken to
Webber's ranch1, from whence Day's
body was taken to the Springs, where
he will te bu. ied. Wells will be buried
aa GrsiMl L,ike. Dean is at Grand
Lake and was alive at l&st accounts
Coffiu Martin and Win. Red mas arc
supposed to be of the attacking party.
Shcrift Roger, of Grand county, is at
Grand Lake, aud important arrests are
looked fur, while the country is iti-
tcusel' excited. No violence is an
ticipated. A DISGRACEFUL TRAGEDY.
Sioux City, la., July 7. About three
o'clock this afteruoon Joseph Riter,
of Council Bluffs, bat who has been in
Sioux City for several months, shot his
paramour, Minnie ilurdock, a prosti
tute, in a bouse of ill fame known aa
"The Grove,'' inflictiug a fatal wound
in the head. Kiter then turned the
weapon upon himself inflicting a dau-
gerous wound in the head. Kiter id of
good family. Hie father has been in
the newspaper and bindery business in
Dakota and Iowa tor twenty years, and
is an exemplary man. Joseph was a
gambler by profession, but was a qu'et
unoffendiu man, and his. act causes
much surprise. It is stated that an ef
fort on the part of the woman to aban
don Kiter was the cause of the tragedy.
Mrs. Murdock bas a hutbaud in Dav
enport, whose name is Murdock. She
went by the name of Dixon.
THE RIOTING MINERS.
Ely, Vermout, Juuc 7. Four com
panies of state troops arrived early this
moruing and found ihe streets deserted.
the -iotous miners not expi ctiug them.
Governor Barstowand other state offi
cers accompanied the troopa. Two of
the ring-.'euders were ariet-led and no
resistance uinde. They will probably
be taken to Chelsea this afternoon.
Much sympathy is expressed for the
miners, borne of whose families tire ou
the verge f elarvatiou. Wotneu wiui
Children iu armc appealed to (he trop
for assistance. Money ha. bven raised
to relieve their immediate needs. The
company prop st to pay f 2,000 -:t-nce;
2,000 next Week, and the halauo , $15,-
Chicago, Ju.y 7 . A Jourruil special
from Quiiicy, 111 , says ti e iletroyed
Union Black at Clayton, this count),
early this morninng. L'w, $'20,000
TIhi block was the iluei in tjwu.
Weliavillo, O, Jolj A fire yester
dvy a gam broke out io tha oil refinery
or I'aiue, AbSett A C near here, en
tailing total lesa of $10.0K). McFer
an, one of the employers, was burned to
Bridge water, Mss , JuTy 7. The
state alms houM i onw burning, and
there H no hope of saving it. Six hun
dred inmates were :iMy removed.
The .fire i supposed to have ben Btart
nd by an inmate. All the buildings were
destroyed. Loh, $: 50,000 ; insurance
The tustee in their Ut rep-.irt esti
mated the property at $181,000 The
workhouse and buildings covered an
acre of ground, and were arranged in
the form of a hollow square. The ide
wings were one hundred by fifty feet,
and the end wings slightly larger. All
of these Wings were three atories high,
which shall b done by th-j war derail
ment an above stated.
UOllKKT LINCOLN', tfee'v f War.
II. M Tm.Lh.it i:'y f Interior.
TUKATV Vf ITU CORKA
The departmfnl of atale h received
da -patch from the newly acci edited
tnioiater plennotriittry cf tJiu United
States to Orea, Lucius 11. Foot", au
iiouiicinn tlt thm r-itiflatioii of
the treaty ot nuiity Mid i'rit i.d'.ip w bi
eoncbidud betwetu thf Unitnti Siit
THE COKDITIN OP THE TREOHY.
CJohI coin and bullion, .4:U ;
siver dollar and bullion, flia,Cj7.W:
fractional silver coin, g 2S,4 lO.T.Tt ;
United State uolw, $54.'J27. Total,
$397,571,815. Certificate outHtanl
ing: Gold.M,53t.,20; silver. -7J,-435,931;
General Crovk left WaihinafKni U.st
night tor Creator Springs, win re he will
remaia a few da-y, aud proceed direit
f hi w R
U U U Ixi
I j II '
Wunior iCilu.v and l.ivrr ''nri
lvi;ig''rt N.'v l)i.---iv,-;-
ATfD OUTFIT FRF..
We want inn. women, tioy ami n'''1 50 w"rk
i'Vo.i.t tliu rith wliir winch vu ti!ir it." i ... . il-
Between loO and 200 inmates were
iu the work house, and Superintendent
BlackKtone, aided by corps of assistants
d;d the utmost t rescue everyone from
the buildings. Twenty two ptrsotib
were u:iflued in the hospital, but were
quickly removing the content. The
safes, recoi da, books, and other vaiua-
ant bUMinesM wo otter yon, ud you iircU tn.t bo
Hay from borne over Dgiit A rhalt lie al
tnfaiiiUli ymi ait ouiOt free to hi art you iu bu
siness Id tie world. All tIto; wlio Ci-'imi1
ou can ae ote
with us make mouey rnuntly
your whole Uine or ur xpaie uiMintrnts. If ycu
deciile to en(jaK In a -jlu'X Ouslue.-s, wr te at
oiit e for luil particulars.
$5 IN GOLD a POSTAL CAKI).
The bove in a bona-flte offT uia1e to any
I on wlio will Hccupt. and writ carefully iu a
ixtrlut card ttie ntmci ana aiar'Mst;H n any
lunik 'iiiuiit a.icln iii.hiiiM t.r frulf Ira. airiil
blet. The gver nor has issued an order Hd wend io' u. Send in the naaien an.t w
I wilisnnw nu now it is Gone. ueiu-niin-i , n
CliKlb uul upr'flUll mm ivsi-lui, ii:ir nrjirui!iti
lie fimi rprwenlcd.
caopowertBR whoever, migbt be in
charge of the institution to remove the
prisoners, of whom there are vighty.
Where they will be tukeu h a not
yt teeu determined. The whole cum
ber of inmates is i6;i, of w;iono eighty
three are paupers.
lON'DON UOf K & BIBI E IIOUKV.
in South Ixth 8tre!, St UmU. Ma
Off for the Yellowstone!-
The Indian Question,
hi i -z
Can ,m fou:u!
ri .1 o
TS YKLLOWSTOSH PARK.
Washing' on July 8.- By iJiection of
the Secretary of tiie Interior .". party
under John H.- Henshaw wiil leave
Washington iu a few days, enroute to
the Yellowstone National Park, to
uaahe a topographical eui vcy of the
park. Another party under Arnord
llayce, wiij make a geological survey
It i now oetlknl 'that the President
v ill start on Ida con template trip to
the Yellowstone valley about the tirst
of August next if nothing should in
terfere with tne present plana. Ar
rangements for the trip are in the hands
of Lieutentnt George Shenon. the
party" will number about one hundred
person?, and be gone five or six weeks.
The President will join General Sheri
dan and other members of the party
at Chicago. It is proposed to go direct
to the Yellowstone with as few stops
as poasible. The President has aban
doned ail idaa of visiting Ifewport
He will probably remain in Washing
ton uutil he starts for the west,-with
the jioesible exception of making" mi
uce;:ouul shoit trip by steamboat.
In accordance with a resolution of
Congress directing the President to no
tity the British governmont of the ter
mination of certain articles of treaty
of May 8, 1871, relating to tte fishery
question, the British government has
been so notified, tvnd these articles will
terminal e the 2d of May, 1384.
JJlSPoSlTIOX or THE ILDIAXS.
Secretary Teller, Secretary Lincoln,
Gen. Crook and Price, Cntnmiaiontr of
Indian afifaiis, had conference at the
war deptvitrcent this afternoon io re
gard to the disposition ot the captured
Apacne Indians, wh?-n the following
agreement was uriived nt as result
ol the foiiforeuca b-tu n tin secretary
of the iuttiior, the ru uiisioner of Io- j
rtian nff.iiri th i.i'(Tlri .t m-ar i.. ,1 I
Geu Crook. July 0, 188: lu view vf
the difficult tcs encouiiiered in laakia a j
satisfaut'iry di6piai;.io!i of the Aphri.e ;
Indians rfceutiy ctpiuied by (fu, '
Crook tinder lot; eii-lim m-iij oja or j
admiuiatratioo, it io d. iei uiiut-.i ; . ; the j
secretaries ot wr and the iiterirr'
alter onsideratio.i, tl. it ti.e
Jr. 2 7-
-fill a Biae & B ibI h
Si . .
it i y
loots and Shoes,
2. 4 a.
nmotii'x-r t lie jJap?..
, - y - -7 " '
Tn Cass Cunnty, ni P,;I U. VnVc.
s. i. j.jaiKorr,
FIRE INSURANCE GO'S:
CITY, of London.
QUEEX, of Liverpool
FI FIE MAX FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXI'KKSS CO..
WELL'S FARtiO A CO.. EXPRESS.
Offlcoin Kokwood Bt'Mrtt. Johnson tiros
SAGE'S ADDITION IfPlio Unirnni
OIT X of P L ATTS JI 0UT:i
Valuable outlotrj tor ri.sidctiCo pta
.Saw's add it ion
s raw hi
the city, aud dl h;Lo are very e:ity
access, a;: I hi;h and aihtlj.
For pariicutMi's call on
E. SAGE, Pro'i'r,
SAfJLo UAIibWAKE .VfOilE.-
cr. x. U2sts,u jh:
trEAI. It IN
FUB1TITURE $ C0FFI1TS. j M
and all klndn of goods nna!ly ket't m a
F1IWI CLANS KIKITIKKNTKK
Also, a very-complete stock of Funeral Goods,
Our Nt-w and elepant hean-te is always in
Il-nif inler the pbice, in UNION j h
D'ora si'Uttt of Ca Comfs
ty Bar k
Vtiear we may be fo unt nisnt nrdnv.
J. I UNRUfi,
, rrj. i -1 t -b
1 S E? j
g"TBjQJJg IVTO tK,J as 800Q a tn' oil LOVV in pffctea
" of retinement can be put through aud
shifjped. A large portion of the troops
wi 1 rrobably return to-night, and it is
I thought the danger is over.
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Propr'a.
MAN UFA UTUHISRS.
x- IRON FRONTS. FTOUSE COLUMNS,
, AND CASTINGS.
Onr facilities or heavy work in Colu mns and Caatings for Bueincss Houses ara
unsurpassed in the State.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Oar Machine Shop is fully equipped
for all classes of work in Iron.
. Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. We duplicnte all easterr prices, saving
freight and time.
Partie building ia any part of the State should o-rite for onr terms of castings
OASS GOTJITTir X33.01T WORKS
Ui'h Ilia, S3. "LATTSMOUTH, NF3
THE COAL MINEKS.
Chicago, July 7. An Evening Jour
nal, Springfield, Iiliuois, special s.-i-s
several SpringStlJ co.-il mines closed to
day owing to the demand of miners
for an increase from two and a half
uio present rtc, to thite cents per
' Kii.Vtol ... A I. ... .
vu..n 4. iuc arty hjcY CiiUUUb
pay the rate demanded. The m'ners
hold a niana meeting tunaorrow. If the
men fail to return to work next week
their places will be filled by southern
negroes, iu which event trouble is fear
ed. Winona, Minn., July 7. The employ
es at the Bay View rolling mills have
iuvited Vice President Carpenter to ar
bitrate for them on the question of bi
weekly payments, and he is expected
this week. The question may cause the
abutting down of the mills again.
phC.. e j
Indiana re -ently . cHjiiued by Cm ok, '
uOd H'i su.h as ier;;i'"e.r be vy- !
tured, or m ;y Mirrcader the:i(lvt8 to !
h m, shaii be kept under ti.e control of,
the war deuartrnent at su'.h pidiits oa ;
the San Carina reservation as may be i
drturrained by the war department (but -not
at the agency without the consent .
of t; e Indian ac.et:t), to l :ei and j
cared fo? by the war de;.-art. t-t u rtil
furlher orders. ir4.T r-reattr sti unty to j
pcrcef the war depHrtraeat shall be en
trusted with the entire police control .f
all Indians in the Sn Carlos le-ferva-tioti,
and charged wilh the duty of
keeping peace in the reservation aud
preven:ing the Indians from leaving
it except with the consent of General
Ctook or the ofneer who may be au
thorized to act uuder him. The wsr
department shall proteet the Indian
agent in the discharge of his duties as
agent, which shall include the ordinal y
do'iee of Indian agent, which shall re
main as heretofore, except as to keep
ing peace, administering justice, and
punishing lefrsyrtery In4ins, all of
!K. tt SL J.,
MA M and Most RsiiaH
i.:m: ;x tme '.vkst.
' A&zn:,Zw V r:rg Crr,
; 2 St. Louis Trains j&tfv.
.tI '.1' Xii-lj'
Al 1 ill potit'? i.': Ijf.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Belwssn K3rs City anS St Pasl
WITIiUU a: CHANGE
All tn.ii;.', run no tjine.iinicttir.fj tt,t a! 2co
I ae W est, North & South
1 ii kete f ,r sale t till renuUr ticKet etftr-,
ij'.tr na'"j ri,'ir1i:i: rte. ti no, c. rbeisr-
A. C. IVr,
(J -u'l 1 ir AC?tJ
J, F. n UVARO.
San i Die Rooms
jr-v ) ;! 1 r '
Hi-f i al w;jj
R7?, Bnyyy, Machine arui J' law T
pairing, aiui girrtil foiling
l x.i iiu spared to ct a; I kind .if ri'-i.
of farm j.iii other fi aeain-ry. ,ut toV-
If a ko.-'1 lath.; ia 017
ndoer I The oiii Sellable Waon Makef
';''-i tKti!j!:;r .
I Li',. Fie.-.h
:H Fin- Ci-
ra t.iK. r, fV.it f.r tto alter, sr.co.
no 1 ii;-.?;Mix
r' -.. flajrlfifc uaf
NOTHING ELSE ULT
I am golog to do all kinUs of shoeing, aud
do nothing else, aod if you want a good bone
shoeing shop in this town, now is your tim to
patrouize me. Shop on Waihington Avenue
Bf-(iood Satisfaction Guhranteed.
vi5tf riattamputb, 'eb.
y&fjiu- TtTS rT At
lomorsf lAtttT v-Aivnf .-r.l-.uir it. Itccaiui4
ftbout 1 Iiwm,, i'X iilinn.ciniirt. j.n.w, coirUi
Beef Matter Perk Veai CHisbfi.is
CVttaut:y f.n bat.d.
Alsc,l! kia.ts of t't:. ;..
tianbi. Jr niit rr,,u Ini-at.mWe to U, t-c2 erytMoz kept tn a
D.M.FtRnY&CO. Dstro;t M-c j FIKfcT-CI. t.vs Ji K.iT iSJOf ?
t At lowi-.t possible rates.
j v..'y r.aTlSMOUTH. N HHJ
By Ttrtit of an order Issued fy the dIMrlct
judz. I will, oa the Uta day of .!'i!y. at
3 oVInck p. m.. ellthe r;iiixtailer of the utock
forifierly owned by J i. Wooiiron. con-tfttat?
of tea, crockery, jla.-f are. cigar ond fctore
outfit, and alio one !; bitchy, ono spring
wagon, and one act double bame.
h. W. HYKES, Sheriff
M. A. UuTr,7f, PIff's Arty. irvtm;t
C-ifT, TLEISCflMAH k CO.
7'he best yeast i i use, received fres."
every TUESDAY and PHI DA 7
mornings, t'r x . -. y