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PLATTSMOUTII, XEBKASKA, FlUDAV, APRIL 13, 1833.
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.Next '!oor to the M. K. Church, and
,'. finest -jooda in the market na well as
In thh department you r. ill lind a
goods at St. 00. 1.5, St.tO, 60, 6 00
Of these w have a large and elegant assortment at lower prices than ever before; from 10 cent3 to 68-50 and 34. In oveltie3 we have Apple and Cherry
blossoms, l'ansies. Hosts, D.iisi. s. Heliotrope?, Migncuctts and Butter Cups; also a full assortment of Wreaths.
L A C S ,
Colored, Cream ami Hindi : Of thesa we are confident we cm show you the finest assortment in town. We have many new styles and patterns
never before out.that must 1-e seen to be appreciated, liibhons, Silks and Satin3 in all the new shades.
OSVS&XCXE: TIB? AW OaMTAatEBiTS.
Notions of all kinds. Kid Silk and Lisle Thiead Cloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Underwear and Emnroidery. In these goods we will give you
bargains. Call and see for yourselves. Do not. forget the place, I'nioii ISlack, next door to M. E. Church. Call and see us whether you wish to purchas
goods or not.
have t 'h ".ml I v -
m P-Z ffy.
Dress Goods, Tii:iitiih;:xs Etc, at i.owki: ii:ici;s tlum
iiiiv th.-r hoii.-e iii the country.
Also a lull line of
at prices to defy competioii.
A COMPLETE LIM
J. G. CHAMBERS & S
Everything hand-made and
ijkfcftT DOOR WEST
TO CAM AT
examine the beautiful stock of Millinery and Notions there displayed. Our stock is full and complete, and embrace
the cheaper grades which we sell at reasonable pi ices and will not bo undersold.
full line of Mihtns, French Chips, Tuscans, Lace and Satin brnids. A fine assortment ot pattern bats and trimmed
up to .50. Children's trimmed school hats from 25 cents to $1.50.
fjh Vgg j OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
lli v.!iin:uo to cil
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Jx Mot ft HQ
W. H. Baker.
warranted. Call in arid see us.
TO THB JLATeViRE-
Order? taken for WILSON BROS.' SHIrTST
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MASON & IIAMLIX
P HENRY t MILLER and
P Meals at Al; Hours.
A DAYS' DOINGS.
A Long List., of Accidents-
The Usual Hanging Matinee.
RESIST CD A K R I.ST
Chicago, April 12 Late tbis utcr
noou, ibrre constables weut to t he
soiithwef tern part of the eity t T
test Mrilz Htadtinann, a baloon
keeper, lr attempting to kill Iiis
wiff. 6tniltniau niaile ii leperatn re
sistance, and febot and probably fa
tnllv wotindt'd no coi;table named
Mooiipv, libtly wonis lcil a
and narrowly mieed a third,
ouentlv lin was arreted anil
KII.LKO IIV AN r.X PLOSION.
Lkranon. Ia , April 12. W. A.
Leon find AuKutUM Eerhard, repre
senting the lied Kock I'owdcr compa
ny, ol New York, were killed at
Cornwall while makiug a trial blast.
A TOTAL, WRECK.
IIi;ison, Wis., April 19. A boiler
in the Hudson chair factory exploded
this afternoon. Two men were la
tally injured. The wreck was com
plete. Pieces of Hie buildiu-; were
carried a quarter of a mile. Men in
the neighboring rooms escaped unin
jurtl. ANOTHER FLOOD.
Helena, Ark., April 12. The wa
ter is rudnnjj through the Oldtown
break iu the levee. Many plantations
will be again overflowed. The water
is now in sight, bringing the river
within two feet of the late rise.
R OR RED HIMSELF.
Chicago, April 12. This inoruius
John Morrison, carriage maker, con
fessed judgment for $2,500 in luvor o1
hiB brother. About noon it was re
ported to the police that his safe had
been robbed during the night, of
over $7,000 cash. II is story is to the
cflect that he too his money all out ol
the bank a !iort time go, and put it
in his own safe. Morrison, being in
terviewed, admits that he had a num
ber ot notes falling due in a short
time but denies that he robbed him
elf. STEAMER SUNK.
Columbus, Ga., April 12. The
steamer Willie, of the Central line of
steamers, lust night struck a bridge
at Fort Gaines, carrying away
her cabin, and striking a pier, she sunk
immediately. The tirst and second
clerks, a negro child and three deck
hands are missing. She had a mis
cellaneous cargo. The boat and cat 'go
are a total loss.
The following are the names of the
officers and crew drowned: Purser II.
1. Palmer; clerk, W. J. Rivers,; Chas.
Nuuu, Tom Everect, Dave Urooks,
Nelson McKay, Lucien McClary, Chas,
Pitts siRd Green Singer.
Milwaukee, April 12. The ru
mored trouble with the employes of
Faige, Sexsmith & Co., and the alleged
call on Governor Husk for troops is
untrue. All is quiet, and the assign
ment has been made t Governor Kim
ball, of Superior, and a party at Osh
kosh. IltfXO IiY a MOIi.
Lynchburg, Vit., April 12. Estrlj
this morning about one hundred dis
guised persons attacked the jail at
Wytheville, forced the sheriff to sur
render the keys, took William Crockett
from jail and hung him from a beam
in a mill iu the outskirts of town.
Crockett was waiting trial for the
murder of James F. Hurst, in Wythe
ville. The murder was in cold blood,
and Crockett would have been lynched
at the lime had he not escaped, and
was secured two months ago and
brought back for trial. After banging
him the mob riddled his body with
bullets to insure death. Xone of the
lynchers were recognized. Excitement
prevails in Wytheville.
Ashtabula, Ohio, April 12. Two
boilers in Hitchcock & Bradley's shaft
and pole works, exploded early this
morning, demolishing a three-storj
brick building, and killing night
watchman Charles Graham.
Railway Damages, Sporting
BASKET FACTOR T.
Flemingtox, N. J., April 13. Ceech
er's basket manufactory burned this
morsin. Loss, $23,000. Tnirty-tifiht
thousand peach baskets were destroyed,
for which orders were received from
peach growers ill over the state and Del
aware. One hundred and twenty
sont are thrown out of employment.
Dem eii, April 13. The Continental
oil works iu thh city hurned lato latt
night. Lo estimated at f 125,000; part
Bordeaux, April 18. Afire tin uf
teiuoon completely dentroyed tlie mili
tary hake houio mid a larifc quantity of
provimouu and military Htorcn. The
tUutes are now under control.
. Dksvkh, April 13. The Denver &
New Orleans railroad company ban
brought suit in the Uuited States court
agaiuHt the A. T. & S. F. railroad com
pany for the sum of one million dollars,
as damages sustained since last May by
the latter's refusal to exchange business
with the former iu accordance with a de
cision of Judge Hallet.reccutlv rendered
Washington, April 12. IlanUn, oars
inuu, will remain in Washington another
fortnight. He ia about closing m-gotia
tions for a double bcuII race lor himself
ud Lee, with Counley and Ilainm, of
Halifax, for $2,000 a side, for a distance
of three miles with turn. They will
row at the ragetta at Pullman, Illinois,
about June 22. Then Haitian will dit
pute the honors with Hoss at Winuepeg
The Coming Man For Gov
ernor. Other Political Notes.
Washington, April ia. Senator
Sherman, in conversation this morning
concerning the coming gubernatorial
contest in Ohio, said, " Judge Lawrence
would be an excellent candidate. He
is a man of great executive ability, and
would make an admirable governor.
He considered his chances for the
nomination very good. Major Butter
worth is also prominently mentioned
in this connection. lie is very popu
lar and would be a 6trong candidate,
and a superior executive officer. It
seems to me that either Lawrence or
Butterworth will be the standard-bearer
of ths republican party in the ap
Atalanta. Ga., April 12. After a
lengthy discussion the democratic con
vention appointed a special committee
of eighteen to endeavor to effect a
compromise. The committee went out
immediately, and when their report
was made, recommending the nomina
tion of Henry D. 11c Daniel, of Walton
county. McDaniel was nominated by
acclamation amid wild enthusiasm.
Hartford, April 12. The prohibi
tory amendment to the constitution
was rejected by the house, not having
the necessary two thirds vote. The
senate relected the bill requiring rail
roads to provide free passes to the leg
islature. Washington. April 12. Secretary
Lincoln left the city this afternoon
upon the United States steamer Des
patch a3 the guest of Commander
Green, upon a trip to Norfolk. The
Secretory will return Tuesday.
Atlanta, April 12. The republi
can committee has decided not to put
up a candidate.
I'lattsmouth Telephone Excitative
1 J. P. Young, residence.
2 HeiiDett &. Lewis, store.
3 M. 15. Murphy & Co., "
4 Bonner Stables.
5 CoHnty Clf i k's office.
6 E. H. LewiK, residence.
7 J. V. Weckbacii, f tore.
8 Western Union Telegraph office.
9 1. H. Wheeler, residence.
10 1. A. Cainptiell,
H R. 1?. Windham,
15 Jso. Waymau,
IS J, W. .Icnuin;:.
17 V. 3. Wise, ollice.
is Morrissey nrou office.
VJ W K.Carter, olore.
20 il. W. Fairfield, residence.
21 M. B Murphy.
22 1. H. Wheeler & Co . office.
23 J. P. Taylor, reaidence.
24 First National Bank.
20 P. E. Itu finer 's ofllce.
26 J. P. Young, store.
28 Perkins House.
23 K. W. Hvern.rebidenc-e.
31 Journal ofllce.
34 Hf.hald Pub. Co office.
35 J. N. Wie, resideuce.
36 S. M. Chapman, "
37 W. I. lone,
38 A.N.Sullivan, "
33 H. E. Palmer. "
40 V. II. behiWknecht, ofliee.
41 Sullivan & '.Voo ey,
iZ A. W. Mclaughlin, resident.
43 A. Patterson, livery.
44 C. M. Holmes.
43 1a. I). Bennett, residence.
-4J Geo. J. Smith, office. '
4T L. A.Moore, fior St.
4a .1, W. Barnes, residence.
CO K. R. Mviug-ton, office.
3o7 J. V. Wecklah, reoldencc.
333 Chaplain Wright.
340 W. H. hchlidkuecht "
346 Geo. S Hmith,
iOO K. It. Living-tort.
313 C. C. Ballard,
The twitch board connect! Plattsmoutu with
Ashland, Arlington. Blair. Council Bluff. Kre
tuont. Lincoln. Omaha and Elubornstat ion.
GAIT, FLEISCHMAN k CO.
The best yeast in use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mornings. Trade supplied by
riattsmouth City Market.
i-Rovisio.va, rauiT, raau o. (arrAit)
Urpoitrd by M. B. Murpnjr h Co.
Flour 13.00 C'4 80 prewt.
Mel II "
Brn a& C -
tiiopi.fd Yard f "
Hy Flour ti.0 "
onttiaui JMour M "
Muitrr snw-Wx'ts per fc
I lif) (iarl klin) IS " "
fli dull imshii) Vt
HiiKitr Cured llitum IT
Drlfd lloef 1 " '
I'oultiy a NiB.oo net 4oc
Kkk--' lot e. "
Choice I'utaloos iXlb CI. ptr OU.
hwrrt " ai.W 'J
Ouloim 76 ci
Applrm (wlntrr) I .HO U t '" "
Hwrrt Cldrr 160 pr gsl
Oysters, snivel V& per ea
Cofninon 0 "
CHATTEL MOI ITU AG ES
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
St'Ciiro them ut tho
Plattsmouth Herald Office-
Troy Cify Laundry.
Now Located on
W. II. UROWN, Troprletor.
Transient Work solicited
thanking my patron for pant favors. I soli
clt further work.
Uemeinher the place, Mockenlmuu hous.
For Sale !
N E five. T. 12, H. 13.
S K , Sec. 3, T. 12, U. 13.
S. W. See. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
and XrV X. W. See, 10, T. 12, II.
EJ S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, 11. 13
E tV, Lot 10, lilock 28.
" 7 & fJ, 23.
S , 0, 11.
The ubove described farina are
for sale on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
It. U. WINDHAM,
d!)tl' Pluttamouth. Neb.
Beef MnttoD-Pork Veal CMeu.&c,
Conntantly on baud.
Alio, all kinds of A51K in ieafon, and CT
erythlng kept in a
At lowi?t poiMlble rates.
North Side Main Ht., bet. ith ami
521y PLATTHMOCTn. NEBI'
Tba following arc amoujf the lead
lDff butanes bonses:
Unifrg-ibt and Stutioncr.
AH articles usually kept in a flrit
class ilrug-store at botioia priccu.
II. i. Hoover.
Dealer iu all kinds ot agricultural
implements. The Buckeye and Martli
twine binders for 1883, a specialty.
To pnins will be hparcd lor ihe
comfort of guests. Buardin by the
day or week. Joun Uail,
I. C I'ankonln.
keeps the celebrated Cantou plows;
filso a yenoral line of the best agricultural-
Hardware, stores and tin-ware.
Headquarters for the noted Charter
Oak cook stoves.
" AYOCA. !
The following are among' the lead
ing buaiuess houses:
General Merchandise, Drugs and ,
Groceries, rumps, Windmills Stone,
Well Tubing &c.
A. L.. Marfcliall. '
Dealer iu Drags, Paints, Oils and -rnihfs;
aUo Books and Stationery. $
c Si '
u atAUd rm tm Ail. r Wi 4
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