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PLATTSMOUTH, NKBKASKA, S.CTUIUIAS', AI'KII, t 1833.
Will be an attractive place on next
Friday and Saturday Afternoon and Evening,
When occurs tlie grand opening and display of new and at
tractive for the oprinir and summer trade.
We liave selected tor your examination tlie finest line of
HATS AND BONNETS,
To he obtained iu the market. Pattern and trimmed hats in millans, french chip, lace and satin, tusca ns fcc, from one
dollar upward to the fimst pattern obtainable.
Hi -A. O IE S,
In large atortment. Kihbonti in the latest shades Silks and satind in great variety.
JPJLUJJirjES, TTHIPg AMID IHlMAMIEMTrS.
In fancy and unique designs and in large assortment.
A complete assortment of erery description and the very latest novelties
The ImdleM are Cordially Invited to Visit n on Friday and Saturday at the Oqciiin
L i I IJ.'L.
i Duy Erw Trala for Oniaba. Cblca-j
I' !! k . . . ... . i -ii ....it. I
Rt nSJi U P.7,rUte Indiana- ritori:Ctrt.cilWf.li. aid tfie entire
i Snt EJSt PuUinan Palace Cam and ! West, lhe adve.t of this Jin. rivei the tra
1 Ki""lr-l:5r n through tri.. nd ! velcr a New Koute to the West, with scene- !
inning cars wt f Missouri Klrer. j
Throufb Tickets t tbe Lowest Kates are
biiiiwiU be checked te destination. Any
blM TwTUhe cheerfully fun.Uhed wpo appiwiioo iu any urai or to ,
have nirived, nnl I will continue to sell
Dry Goods & Notions
Dre i...., Tiiiiimini;- Ere., j.ov.n: pkices than
i.;iv i.iiivr hu ?.-. ii the country.
Abo a full line of
at prices to defy competion.
D fio Ho EMU)
Uftily Kip" Trains for Denver, con-.
nilMi.. I., f:nln It not for &11 no in til In
ry and adTatft unequaled elsewhere, j
en sale at all the Important station, and.
information aa to rates, routes or time ta-
t. M. KL'ITia, lieaerat Ret Agruk, uiuu, nr. j
W. H. Baker.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
gk hi I f I f - : -t I
1 CI ; :i
OrJon taken for WILSON BROS.' SHlSTftT
o a rrxaxEa attd cigabs.
MASON & HAMLIN
1 HENRY F. MILLER and
If aTT 7TV "TJT -Hf
P Meals at AU Hours.
Surrendered by his Bonds
men. An Odd Odd Fellow,
AVKENTKD FOK KM11LZZI, KMK.NT.
C'knthai. Falls, R. I., April 14.
Geo II. Smith, financial secretary of the
Odd Fellows lodc, has been arrested
for fmhvzz't. iiunt of the Kde fuudrt.
A C'lTir OFKKIAL IN' JAIL.
New Vouk, April 14. Kx-Major le
Btvise, of Ixiii Inland City, wan eur
rendered )y bondnineu anJ tttkon to the
county jnil. .Iiidmcut for 100,000
was given against him for wrongful con
version of the riiy'a hondn.
UESTKUCTION A TOKNAIHJ.
Oza.uk, Ark., April M. This morn
ing a disastroMs tornado btruck tlie White
Oak. Little Rock &. Ft. Smith railroad
ten ruilea west of here. The wind blew
from the southwest and the force was be
yond powers of description. Tho birle
of the mountain, which before was cover
ed with trees, are now shorn. None are
standing, even oaks being snapped in
twain like pipe Btcme, Afterward came
hail, which lasted until the ground was
covered with ice, many stones being
nearly as large as hen'8 eggs. T. II. Ra
son, postmaster, lost his store and resi
dence, probably most of the mail. 300
dollars in currency was also scattered
by the wind. He was seriously injured
about tlie spine. L. Wallace's residence
tables and store, occupied by J. E. Cox
were all levelled, as were also the resi
dence of J. C. Murray and all others on
that place. The storm averaged three
miles in with. No fences can be seen
anywhere. Trees two and three feet in
diameter were uprooted, broken and
twisted like twigs. Pile after pile of
great railroad ties were found blown
around as if they had been matches.
Reports of destruction of property
and loss of life come from every direc
tion. Thomas Ross and wife and AVm.
Ilerron, one mile north, were fatally
injured and their houses sirpt away.
W. E. McCain. David Hall, John Bra
sure and Wallace all lost their houses.
Daniel Wade, Wm. Ilaun and Zach
Harper also lost their houses. The
Union church and school house, one
mile northwest, are also in ruins. At
Gay's mill, two miles west, one small
residence is all that remains standing
F. J. Lewis' house and haif a dozen
others are in ruin3. The storm was of
such severity as was never before
known here. The tornado reached
Conway, Faulkner county, at 3 p. m.
No one was killed, but several were
badly injured. No reports frou the
Jkfkeiison City, Mo., April 14. A
violent wind storm occurred here to
day. It unroofed eeveral houses and
did considerable other damage. Sev
eral storms in different parts of Kan
sas the past twenty-four hours.
FROM THE CAPITOL.
Foreign Agricultural Re
port. Hill to be Investigated, Etc.
Washington, April 14. During the
first six months of thi9 current fiscal
the internal revenue receipts are $108,-
0.798, an increase of $2,551,394 over
the. corresponding period of the lat fis
The order suspending James L. Avers,
of Huron, Dakota, jis attorney of the
land department was-revoked by Secre
The report from the London agent of
the department of agriculture makes the
probalbe decrease in the area of wheat in
Great Britain 15 per cent, and 10 per
cent in France. There is also a reduc
tion of the area in Russia. In Austria
and Hungary the full breath has been
sown, but the condition of the plant at
the present time is not generally very
SMALL POX AMONG INDIANS.
Charles N. Hewitt, secretary of the
Minnesota state board of health tele-
rinlm f n Spprpforc Tpllpr that Indiana
in northern Minnesota are exposed to
small-pox, and wearing infected cloth
ing, wandering arouud the country. In
dian Commissiener Price replied that
the agent had been authorized to pur
chase clothing for tlie Indians, and that
a physician was on the spot
Secretary Folgerhas appo n.ed acorn
lnittee consisting of J. C. New, assistant
secretary, Jos. H. Robinson assistant s"
icitor of the treasury, and W. F. Mc
Clcnnan. chief of the warrant division.
to investigate the charges of official mis-
couduct receutly fllcd against Jos. O
lill, supervising architect.
Tho Democratic Love
Feast. What They Did, And Who
Chicago, April 14. The banquet
he 1'almer house ou Friday evening wa-
an eloquent commemoration of the na
ul day of the father of democracy. The
iriuciplts annunciated by Thomas Ji-f
ferson, and living still in the platform ol
he democratic party, were again given
utterance last uight under the auspice
of the exponent organization of that
tarty in the northwest and southwest.
ucorporattd Oct. 19, 1881, the Iroquia
ciub has assumed a position of national
mportance, and today thousands
will reud the published peech-
deiivertfd it its bauquet boar-i,
ami make auguries for 1884. The gath
ering was a large one aud many a name
among the list of guest is known where
reputation and brain are respected and
The large main dining hall of the
Palmer afforded barely sufficient apace
for the accomodation of the guest, and
when all weie seated the array presented
was one worthy of description. The
room was brilliantly lighted, and the ap- !
point menta and decorations were superb.
A raised platform at the north end of the
hall a table stretched from end to end,
and before eight long tables, all covered
with snow white cloth, reached to all the
Interest was centered, however, on
those who occupied the prominent po
sitions at the raised table. The fol
lowing gentlemen were seated at this
table: Erskine M. Phelps, president
of the Iroquois club, in the center; on
the right president U. S. Senator T.
F. Bayard, of Delaware; Hon. Thos.
Ioyne, William F. Vilas, of Madison,
Wis.; Judge Lambert Tree. Col. W. C.
. Breckinridge, of Lex ington, Ky.; A.
F. Sneeberger, Hon. Lyman Trumbull,
James G. Jenkins, of Milwaukee; Hon.
William Springer, of Springfield, 111.;
Ion. Carter II. Harrison, Judge J. O.
logers, S. Corning Judd, Judge Gary.
On the left Rev. Galusna Anderson,
James 0. Broadhead, of St. Louis; J.
T. Doane, Wm. Henry Uurlbut, of
New York; L. Z. Leiter, Gen. J. C.
Black, of Danville, 111.; Everett P
Wheeler, of New York; Judge. T.
yle Dickey, J. Sterling Morton, T. M.
Shaw, of Springfield, 111.; J. U. Ure
gory, Hon. J. R. Doolittle, Hon. R. W.
The toasts of the evening were:
"Our country," responded to Senator
Bayard, of Delaware.
"Thomas Jefferson," by Hon. James
O. Broadhead, of Missouri.
Democracy past, present and fu
ture" by Col. W. F. Vilas, of Wisconsin.
"The constitution ? bj Hon Lyman
Trumbull, of Illinois.
"Manifest destiny by Col. W. C. P
Breckenndge, of Kentucky.
A tariff for revenue," by E. P.
Wheeler, of New York.
"Temperance a virtue, prohibition h
vice, responaea to uy j. u. .1 en kins,
'The Democratic Press," by Wm.
II. Hulburt, New York World.
"The Great Northwest," by Gen
eral John C. Black, of Illinois.
"Monopolies Should N-t Rule by
Congressman Win- M. Springer, of
Public Office, a Public Trust," by
Mayor Carter II. Harrisou.
Harrison's speech created some
sensation. He arose to speak at 2
o'clock and at once deserted his
original text and entered Into a fiery
denunciation ofiree trade doctrine in
its broadest sense as previously adro
cated by Col. Vilas and other speak
ers. The mayor predicted dire disas
ter to the democratic party If it
abandoned moderate protection and
user ted in an out and out free trade
plank in its national platform.
His remarks create 1 considerable
dissatisfaction among other speakers.
The speech credited to Harrison in
the morning papers was not spoken.
T-morrow his real speech will bo
Letters of regret were received
Samuel J. Tilden, Gen. Hancock,
Samuel J. Randall. Abram Hewitt,
and S. S. Cox, of New York; Gen.
Geo II. McC -an and Got. Ludlow,
of New Jersey; Governors Stoneman,
of California, Crittenden, ot Missouri,
McEnery, of Louisiana, Adams, ot
Nevada, Wallace, of Connecticut
Berry, of Arkansas, ckqorn, of
Kentucky, and Cleveland, ot New
York. Ex-Senator McDonald, of Ic
diana, ;u A nnicro- s .hern, sent let
ters of r grct.
During h liv ihf rooms of the
Iroqu i club vr r" filled with visitor
aud tho pr s.ucntlal utlsx-k was can
raised at 1 nih. The general drift
of opinion teemed to favor Samuel
J. Tildcu f3c3v democratic standard
U ircr in '1681. APer Tilden, Me
Doiu 1 1, or Indiana, was th favarlta
choice. To da 8 nstor Rayafttam
a number of other dutluguIsheJ deaa
cratic visitors tlsited the ''modal,
city" of Pullman
rnoviMOxs, rauir. bi ac. (aaraJ.)
Reported by M. B. Marpby a Ce.
( her (full creani)
Hug-sr Cured llaius . .....It
Bacon. U -
nunuiurri.. " .
Dried Beet "
f ouitry 4.80 o see per ax.
tui loi2e. -
Ciiolce rotatoes 4BS et. per .
Dee is ,
" Common ..
Ijso ft fi.as " .
is r iu
oa per os
riatbtta..Rili erp. one Iflrtarggs
1 J. f. Youok, resldct.ee.
Bennett t lewia, store.
M. B. Murphy A Co.. "
Coantv i'U rk's offlce.
K. B. Lewis, resldeaee.
J. V. Weckbacn. storo.
Western Colon Telearapa oOc.
1). 11. Wbeelrr. residence.
R. B. wiudnam. "
J. W. JeuulBHS. "
W. H. W1p. office.
Morrlaeey BrosM office.
w i. W. Kairfleld, residence.
21 M. 11 Murphy.
tt 1. II. Wlteeier & Co . office.
23 .1. e. Taylor, residence.
'H First Nattonel Bank.
P. K. Kuttner's office.
m J. P. Younir, store.
2 Perkln House.
29 K. W. livers, resMeuee.
si Journal office.
34 IlKHALU PL'S. CO. OflWe.
35 J. N. Wise, residence.
34 H, M. Chapmitu, "
3T W. U. loues. "
3 A. N. Bulllvan, " .
39 II. K. PsJuier. -
40 W. II. riciitldknecut, oSoe.
41 Bulllvau & Woo ey,
42 A. W. McLaughlin, restdeae.
43 A. Patterson, livery.
44 CM. Holmes. "
4A L. II, Beunett. residence.
45 jo. H. tjuith, offiue.
47 LA. Moore, flor.st.
4a J. W. Barnes, residence.
M It. R. LlviiiKston, office.
307 J. V. Weckbttch. resldeuor.
JM Chailaln Wright. -
84i W. II. Hchl.dknerbt '
340 Geo. H Hiuith, '
460 K. It. MvliiKUn. "
313 C. C. Ballard.
Tbe switch board cvmects Plattsmouth with
Ashland, ArUntoo, IValr. Council Blufsfre
nioat, Uuc-ila. itiDi'it and KikUornStatloo.
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
Secure them at the
Plattsmouth Herald Office
HOi.SE 8H0EI5O AWAOON KEPAIfitNa.
ill imis of Fan WmiW Heilel fit!
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
In ehort, well shoe anytbinf that baa
four feet, from a Zebra to a u trace.
Coma and sea ua.
jbi lj w shop
n Plttb St. between Mala amd vnse Htreew.
uat across ie corner iron we kw
For Sale !
N E Sec. 3, T. 12; R. 13.
S E , Sec. 3, T. 12, B. 13.
S. W. i, Sec. 3, T. 12, R. 13.
and N. W. Sec, 10, T.12, R.
S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, K. 13
E , Lot 10, Block 28.
7 &0, " 23.
Sft, " 9, " 11.
Duke's Addition. -
The above described farms axe
for sole on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
R. B. WLNDHAH,
Flour sjoeo 4. Uatrevt.
Hrmn S e
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