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IMwVTTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TIIUJtSDAY, A PAIL 19, 1883.
U)JJI r m
Will 1c an attractive place on next
Friday and Saturday Afternoon and Evening,
Wlien occurs the grand opening: and display of new and at
tractive for the pring and summer trade. 9
We have selected tor your examination the
HATS AND BONNETS,
TV bj obiVsii.t.1 in nurke t. Pattern and trimmed hats in mill.ins, french chips, Iaec
dollar upward tost pattern obtainable.
In 1 arge assortment. Ribbons in the latest shade. Silks and satins
In fancy and unique designs and in large assortment.
A coinplctf aorlmoni of every description and the very latest novelties
The Xiadies nre Corclinlly Xnvitetl to Visit
Daily Express Train for Omaha. Chica-
?o. Kaneaa City. St. Louis, and all points
!:it. Through cars via IVoria te Indiana
polis Klesant Pullman Palace Cars and
Day t-oache on atl through trains, aud
Uiuing earn easi ei -uixsoun ner.
Thrmh Ti-Vnt at the mMt Italps are
baggage will be checked to destination. Any information as to rates, routes or time ta
bles will be cheerfully furnished upon .ipli.-.itlon to any apent or to
P. M. Ki:Tlt. General Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Oh, Yes !
(Dm Eto' Gkufl
have arrived, and I will continue to sell
Dry Goods & Notions
Pre-s Goods. Trimmings Etc., at lower prices than
anv other huse in the country.
Afco a full line of
at prices to defy o.'iiipetioii.
Daily Express Trains for Denver, con-'
Meeting in I'n ion Depot for all points Id
olorado. Utah. California, and the entire,
West, the advent of this line grlvos the tra
veler a New Koute to the West, with scene-
ry anu aavaniageu unequaicu eisewuere.
on sale at all the 1 in nor t ant stations, and
W. H. Baker.
us on Fritlay and Saturday at the Openings
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
rj iiiu in
It lift'5 'ii
D vy vHD
Orders taken for WILSOX BROS. SHIrTST
If" . . 1C' mi
J. Pd Young
BOARD by ihe DAY or WEEK.
finest line of
and satin, ttiscans &c, fro moc
U STATIONERY, notions.
MASON & HAMLIN
100 OK CASTS
HENRY F. MILLER and
P j Ajs at Ali Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
U. S. FUNDS NEARLY
counting the cash.
Washington, April 18. The count
of the cash iu the United .States treas
ury will be finished tomorrow. The
counting committee will then examine
the books and accoutit3.
BTAMI'S TO BE REDEEMED.
The commidiioner of internal rev
enue has decided to redeem stamps,
and to return to oyner with the word
"redeemed" printed upon each check,
all checks a-id drafts bearing two cent
internal revenue stamps, which re
main unused July 1. These checks
and drafts can then be used in the
regular cotuse of business.
A report has been received by the
national board of health that cholera,
wh.ch prevailed to an alarming ex
tent in China, Japan and India has dis
appeared. A report has also been re
ceived that small-pox is raging in Rio
.Postmaster General Gresbam today
directed that in making postoffice ap
pointments in Mississippi the recom
mendations of ex-Congressman Chal
mer shall be given no greater weight
than may be properly attached to thm
as the recommendations of a private
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
Judge Thomas said tonieht that the
rules drawn up by the civil service
committees differed somewhat, but not
materially, from those employed by the
former committee, but that in his
opinion they would fairly test the
qualifications of those competing for
office. On being interrogated as to
certain statements credited to him that
that a wholesale discharge of govern
ment employes on the incoming of a
new adminislratioo-HS forbidden by
law, he asserted that what he has said
was that the power to dismiss from
office was not abridged by the bill, but
that all appointments to oflice must be
made from among those found com
petent, without regard to party.
The Bucket Shop Bill.
THE APACHES MUST GO.
Raid on the Gamblers, Etc.
LAND LEAGUE CONVENTION.
Philadelphia, April 18. The local
Irish societies Lave completed arrange
ments for the land league convention
on the 2oth and 2Cth.
TIIE Ml'TUAL UNION. j
New XPrk April 18. At a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Mutual
Union Telegraph company today the
lease of its lines to the Western Union
company was unanimously ratified.
BUCKET SHOP BILL KILLED.
Springfield. 111., Ai ril 18. In the
senate the bucket shop bill, by which
it was sought to compel the Chicago
board of trade to furnish ouisid grain
speculating rooms with the mmket
quotation, wns killed. .
ILLINOIS OX 'THE LIQUOR QUBSTIOM
Chicago, April 18. Throughout Il
linois yesterday forty-eight cities and
towns voted upon the liquor question
in balloting for municipal officers.
Seventeen decided for prohibition or
anti-license, and of the latter six were
for high license. Four towns ignored
the saloon question, and voted on
straight political issues.
WILL MOVE ON THE APACflES.
El Paso. April 18. The Times aays
editorially: "General Crook will have
supreme command of both the Ameri
can and Mexican troops. lie will en.
list a hundred and fifty San Carlos
Apaches, which move to Scnora. The
most vigorous campaign will beimme-
mediately commenced. Both Ameri
can and Mexican officers believe that
annihilation only will make peace
THE COUNCIL BLUSTS Jt NORTHERN.
Council Bluxt April 18. At a
meeting of the stoCidersr 0f the
Council Bluffs & Kt.)UX railway
held here to-night, arrfj mentar
made to send engineers the tne
tomorrow with a viewWo making
survey at the earliest possibi tune.
The proposed read will be built as fa
as inoneyTbrains and energy can io it.
All interested are 'enthusiastic in an
Bcic Island, April 18. A ripple
of excitemut was occasioned in police
circles this evening about 8 o'clock. A
German and his wife went to the Bur
lington depot to depart on the p. m.
train for St. Ltmls. They were fol
lowed closely by two men, and whu
they got inside the ear the men who
had followed held them up and robbed
them of 9400 in cash, and two checks
for 9400 and S00. The police are on
track of the robbers.
KEV TORE KKTCBLICAKI.
New York, April 18. The republi
can central committee adopted rceolu
tions inviting suggestions from all par
ties desirous of forming one earnest and
harmonious organization of the republi
can party in this city. ' The committee
to receive uzget!ons and report a plan
of organization includen John O'Brien,
Colonel Charles Spencer, William David,
Loyd Aspiawall, Chauucuy Depcw, The
odore Dwight, Whitelaw Reid, George
Jona, and Hugh Hastings.
TDK MA.K81IALL KAILCHK.
PiTTBBt'Bo, April 17. The failure
yesterday of Jas. Marthall & Co., iron
pipe manufacturers, was the all import
ant topic in commercial . and financial
circles today. The liabilities are consid
erably heavier than reported, and will
not be less than 1 1,900,000. Of thia
amount. $300,000 is to Marvhall, and the
total aaiets will cover all but $300,800.
The failure was the result purely of pec
ulation and the condition of the iron
trade. The firm was in no way re pun
si Lie. It has no effect whatever upon
trade, and no bad result to the pig iron
trade, and ore mines will not suffer there
from. BAIDINO THE GAMflLKEH.
New Yoke, April 18. Patrick Eagan
says after the Philadelphia convention
he will look into the flour mill interests
of the west, snd then return to Ireland.
The gamblers of the city are dismayed
at the action on the advice of Recorder
Smith. He said the police could confis
cate gambling apparatus and under war
rants issued by that magistrate, Inspec
tor Byrnes made another raid on seven
irambling houses. From five all the
gambling pcraphernalia had been re
moved. In two the furniture were seized,
but no arrest. Inspector Byrnes says he
intends following the gamblers until
they are all cleaned out. In meat of
them the furniture was stored away, and
the places left bare. The captured prop
erty is valued at $1,500.
Edwin Booth in Vienna.
Curley's Trial, Etc.
Montreal, April 18. The Domin
ion government awarded the French
company $4O,0C0 a year for a monthly
line ot steamers between Havre and
BOOTH'S ENGAGEMENT ENDED.
Vienna, April 18. Edwin Booth
ended his- engagement tonight. He
was loudly applauded, and at the
close of the performance wa? present
ed with floral wreathSjjepresentina:
the stars and stripes and the colons of
the city of Vienna. .
LoNDON,Ajril 18. Sir Herbert
Maxwell asked .whether Peter Tynan.
Identified as ftfo. 1", ,w as in New
York, and whether extradition
would be demanded. The under sec
retary of foreign affairs replied that
Sir Herbert must give formal notice
of the question before a reply would
CURLEY F0TJND GUILTY.
Dublin, April 18,-On the resump
tion of the tritl of Dave Curley this
ir ominir Adams began argument for
the defense, and he decided that the
evidence given by Kayanagh did not
show thaig Curley was at Phoenix
Park May 6. His presence there said
Adams was iudicated by James Carey
who said Curley was in command,
but Carey so swore to save hi owu
neck.' He was doubtless iu command
himself of the assassins. Porter, at
torney general for Ireland, responded
for the crown. The judge then deliv
ered his charge to the jury. He spoke
strongly asrainst the reliability of the
evidence to prove an alibi. He point ,
ed out that there could not be th"
slightest doubt that the murders were
perpetrated at the instigation oi the
secret fiocieties with which th pris
oner was indisputably connected.
The charge was completed at .halt
past two. Thej.uy retired imrncdi
ataly, aid arter a fhort aben'" re
turned to the court room finding cr
ly guilty a9 charged in the iiidsr-T
ment. The prisoner wa skef if
had anything to say why hnt-:ice
should not be pronounce-!. id
he had not expected ajjvjnrr-y from
th court. He was a member of the
invltwMep, but was nut in Pticemx
park on w CTening the murder
were commUt,, , . . ,
tr, and could suffer -witness
lor the crown W!"'
theniwrvus. CurUy alswsHUI0'1
was a feniso. After the prisoner had
had finished he was sentenced to be
t anged ou the 18th day of May. At
tho officers wer? taking the prbouer
from the dock he cried out In a loud
t '.: "rjd rr Ireland."
riiUlauionib 1 elepboas Exchange.
1 J. r. Youbs, raMdeae.
S Bennetl Si Xewts.stor.
3 M. H. Muriitnr It "
4 Kuuuer Mablet.
ft ( oantjr i:irk's office.
K. M. Lewis, realdeaee.
T .1. V. WrekU:cli,tr.
Wentrru Union Tleg;rati oSV.
t I . U. W heeler. rMldeue.
9 D. A. t'nitHI, "
14 K. B. Wlndoa, "
15 Jlio. Wsyuiau. .
t J. W. JrnnlDtr. "
17 W. . WIm. offlre.
IS MorrlMey Bros., oBec.
1 W K. Carter, lot.
20 W. Fairfield, rsaldeaec.
tl M. B Murpbr. . , "
1. 11. W heeler Si Co . eflscs.
S3 J. P. Taylor, reoldence.
U First National Bask.
A P. E. Kuflner's offloe.
SS J. P. Yomdr. store.
SS Perkins House.
29 H. W.Hy-rs. residence.
SI Journal otftoe.
32 P airfield' Ice office
M HsaALD Pes. Co office.
36 J. N. Wlae. roaldeace.
M M, M. Chapman, "
37 W. D. Jones.
M A. N. Sullivan.
M 11. K. Palmer. "
40 W. H. Hcblldkoecht, office.
41 Sullivan & Wooiey.
42 A. W. McLaughlin, resides ee.
43 A. Patterson, livery.
44 CM. Holmes. "
4A L. D. Bennett, reatdeaeo.
4 iso. H. Sniitn, oflice.
47 L. A, Moore, florst.
49 J, V . Barnes, realdeaco.
60 K. K. Uvlueston, oOlc,
307 J. V. Weekbacn, resldeneo.
S3S Chaplain Wright.
SM W. H. Hchlldkuecbt "
34 Oeo. a Hmlth, "
SM K. K, LIvlBgatwD.
SIS C. C. Ballard. "
The switch board eonaeets PlatUtnouth with
Ashland, Arlington. Blair, Council UlurTi, Pre
room, Lincoln. Omaha Elk horn Htatlon.
Papllllon. HprlnK&eld, Louisville South Bsnd
Plattsmonth City Markets.
PKOV1MOMS, FU1T, FKBD SC. (BBTAIL)
Jteportedby M. B. Msrpby Co.
Meal ia '
Chopped Peed SI J
Bye Flour f "
Butter XfOXxM pert
Cheese (part aklm)
Hugar Cured Hams 1" m
Dried Beef 1 "
Poultry $4.60 S.oo per duz.
Choice Potatoes oS t. per hu.
Hweet sJl.SS "
Beets 2?cU Z.
Appls (winter) IM Oll.asSl"
Hweet Cider lSeperssi
Oysters, select W V
' Com fnon - . .......... SS
For Sale !
N E J, Sec 3, T. 12, K. 13.
S E i, Sec. T. 12, It. 13.
S. W. i, Src. 3, T. 12, 1L 13.
and Nt X. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, IU
EJ S. W. Soc. 34, T. 13, U. 13
E J, Lot 10, Block 28.
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7 A , " 23.
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Tiic alwvo described farms are
for sulc on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest. Apply to
.It. B. WINDHAM,
d9tf PlattamoutU, Keb.
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
Secure tbem at the
Plattsmcuth Herald Qdco
LAFB ONBIL. Prop'r.
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. CossUntlr on band.
Also.sil kinds of 4 la season, and ev
erything kept la s
At lowest possible rates.
North Side Main St bel. Ath and
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