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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1883)
PLATTSMOUTII, NEB It ASK A, SATUHDAY, APRIL 21, 1883.
at the old reliable stand.
Ladies French Kid Shoes.
Ladies' Newport Button, Ties and Sandals of Every
Men's Fine Hand Sewed Shoes.
Men's Plow Shoes, screwed, sewed and pegged.
In fact everthing in Style
the -pedal extremities at the
Daily Exi.re. Trains for Omaha. Cbica- ;
ko T Kan-Jt City. St. Louis, and nil Points .
Kast Throu-h ran. vU I'eoria ty Ind.a- 1
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v-ttt Through rars via Imrtatv ina'aiia- 1
pons EWant rullrnxn 1'alaceVar. and.
li.iln car,- rat ef Mi-sourl Klver.
Throuh Ticket at the Lowest Kate are
l.3ZKa Twlllbe -lieekedtodestif.ati... Any
ttr. ui enrmuu, ,r.s... uj-u. i
!.:: I'riiv I. fcii'i I "vv
Druis (.ioiw.;.-, Tii!ir.iiiKir Ktf., ut i.hwkr tricks than
utiv other "house in the country.
Also a full line of
at prices to defy coinpetioa.
Money saved by
in .n1 cJTo)
Pally Exm" Trains Jorlienier.
nrctinR in t nlon Depot for all point!
Vlor.to. Utah. H'PJ?-,1'!',,"
vv r i liA uil vtit ii t hi line irives tilts
' oiori. . iau. uirM.
West. 1 he advent of this lme ives the tra-
- ry and advantaSe unequali d elsewhere.
on sale at all th important stations, and
Information as to rates, routes or time ta-
S Ticket Aeut.
, Omaha, Neb.
"11 mtin;:e to sell
W. H. Baker.
Older taken for WILSON EKOS. SHIRTS.
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OJNTIDIIES AND CiO-AES.
James renee P HENRY F. MILLER and
BOARD by be DAT or WEEK.
J p Meals at Af, Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Stir Route Trial- General
Washinuton, April 20, 1832. The
national academy of sciences cloied its
sessijit this afternoon, adjourning un
til November 13th, next, when a s
iou will be held for purely scientific
purposes, at Yule college.
CIVIL SERVICE RULES.
A copy of the civil service rules, as
adopted by the civil service commis
sion, yet subject to the President's ap
proval, was today furnished to each
member of the cabinet now in tiie
city, to enable them to examine the
rules thoroughly in advance of their
for is a 1 consideration at the cabinet
Two hundred and twenty-five re
cruits are ordered to Fwtt Snelling
Minnesota, for assignment to t heFifth,'
Fifteemth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth
infantry; ninety to Fort Douglass,
Utah, for the Sixth infantry, and twen-iy-3vetoFort
Wingate, Nev Mexico,
for the Thirteenth infantry.
ATTEMPTING A SETTLEMENT.
When J. Keogu succeeded R. Doug
lass as United States marshal for the
western district of North Carolina
Douglass refused to turn over to his
successor certain official records, al
leging that they were necessary to the
settlement of his accounts with
the department of justice. Thereupon
the attornej general directed the U.
S. attorney for that district to make
an effort to have Douglass indicted on
the charge of abstracting government
property. The presiding judge of that
court is the fatner-in-law of Doug'ass.
An attempt is being made to bring
about a settlement of the difficulty.
STILL AT IT.
In the stm route trial iir. Kerr
proceeding with his review of the
evidence, Mr. Brady's newspaper ex-
perienco was touched upon, and
the assertion made that he had
bought every second hand paper for
sale in Washington, and likewise every
impecunious conespondent who could
be corrupted. Brady had pursued the
same course toward papers that Dor
sey had toward the administration.
Wilson objected to this departure
from the evidence, and the court di
rected Kerr to ketp strictly in the line
Kerr proceeded to review Brady's
orders upon the routes, taking them
up in order. Before he had concluded
this branch of hia argument the court
adjonrnc-d until Monday.
GRATION. The Jury Disagree
A BIO FIRE.
Delhi. India, April 2o. An exten
sive conflagration has occtit red in thi
citv. Two thousand huiises were de
stroyed. A great n mo iier tf families
are destitute and homeless.
Liverpool, April 20. About three
thousand emigrants left today for
Canada, the most of whom are l.ound
for Manitoba. It is estimated that
Jhey take away capital to the amount
Belgrade, April SO. The report
that Helen Marcoutah, the Aoman who
was tried for shooting King Milan in
the cathedral here, had taken her life
in prison, is not true. She attempted
suicide, but failed, and is now recover
ing from her wounds.
THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE. .
Quebec, April 20. The smoking
ruins and easterly wing mark the situ
ation of the old parliament house, the
walls standing showing how substan
tially it was built. All the offices in
the building will be transferred. The
only loss will be about 25.000 on the
AGREE TO DISAGREE.
Dublin, April 20. Eugene King
ston. arrested at Liverpool on Wed
nesday, on the charge of being con
nected with the Phoenix Park murders,
was arraigned to-day and after a hear
ing was remanded to prison to answer
to the charge of conspiracy to murder.
When the disagreement of the jury be
came known the crowds around the
court cheered Kelly and the jurors,
Loxuotj, April 2WTbe Standard
ays it believes the day will com
when miscreants like O'Donovan Ro
sa will be hunted nut of both conti
nents. The Pall Mall Gazette says the evi
dence that the dynamite plots now
under investigation were hutched in
New York is as clear uh the proof In
foreign police possessed twi-nty-tlve
years ago that Mazzini's plots attaints!
Italy were hatched iu England, and it
says the extrudiltou of Host a from the
United States is about us likely as
Maz7ini's wus from England.
TIES. A Lady Lawyer in Trouble.
Tramps on the War Path
Iowa Amcuduicii', Ctc.
II ERR MOST.
Pittsburg, April 20: Herr Most
arrived today and will remain until
Tuesday next. During hit. slay he
will address several meeting-, and
will endeavor to etlect an organiza
tion of socialists in the city.
Milwaukee, April 0. K ite Kane,
Milwaukee's only female lawyer,
threw a glass of water iu the face of
Judge Mallory, of the criminal court,
this morning, and was fined $50. She
claims that the judge insulted her by
word and action, but will not say iu
what particular respect. She refuses
to pay the line, and will go to jail un
less her friends intercede.
CAMPAIGN AGAINST APACHES.
St. Louis, April 20. A dispatch
from Arizona says two hundred In
dian scouts have enlisted, and Gen
Cook lias completed his plan for m
vigorous and decisive campaign
uguinst the Apaches. Ho is now
sending supplies to (Juadaloup can
yon, where the Mcxicau army are
concentrating, across the line. The
reported invasion of Calabasus by
the Indians is unfounded. The troop-
arc patrolling fiom Nogales to 1 1n-
Mexican line. No fresh depredatio
anywhere iu this territory. The troop
and scouts arc in line coudi ion, ami
eager to s.art. They go lightly equip
ped. Elliott's murderer.
Chicago, April 20. The case of
Jere Dunn, charged with the murder
of James Elliott, pugilist, was called
iu the criminal court this morning
The court room was well filled. The
prisoner appeared neatly dressed, and
with bushy black whiskers smoothly
trimmed and parted at the chin. Em
ery A. Storrs and Daniel Muun ap
peared for the defense, and made ap
apphcatioii for change of Venue on
the grounds that Judge Jatnesou was
prejudiced. After a briet consulta
tion, state's attorney Mills announced
that the counsel had agree ! that the
case would be heard by Judge .Smith.
The change of venue was grained in
accordance with the agreement.
Judge Smith bet the case lot hear
ing Mondav, .May 7.
THE IOWA AMENDMENT.
Dubuque April 19 It is definitel
known that Judge Seevers will not be
Hole to be present at this term of court,
but notwithstanding tb is fact there
has been a strong pressure upon the
court. It is understood that a decis
ion in the amendment case will be
reached tomorrow. It is also known
that there will be a majority and mi
nority opinion, the same as before,
both of extreme length, covering in
all some 175 pages of legal cap. It has
leaked out that Judge Beck was en
gaged all last night preparing and re
vising his opinion. From this faci and
the fact that he was the only dissent
ing judge in the former hearing of the
case, it is reasonable to suppose that,
he alone will constitute the minority
now, and that the other judges will
adhere to their former opinion, unless
Judge Beck raises, some new question
not anticipated by the other Judges,
which shall lead them to give the sub
ject further consideration. A decis
ion will be rendered tomorro'.v.
A SKIRMISH WITH TRAMPS.
Bkainard, Minn.. April 20. Sheriff
Martz and th police force had a livel)
skirmish yesterday afternoon with a
crowd of arttnd trim ps. who had pfa
tioned themselves at the railru.-d
bridge near tht etiy, and were holding
up everyone who came along. The
officers captured six of the party, who
were lodged in jail. Po'icem m ih'j-.v
ten and Deputy Sheriff Palmer w-rt-each
slightly wounded in tt.e traj.
After the first captur ihe sheriff a -
posse armed with Winchester rifl
started in pursuit of the other, who
were hiding in the tim'.er on the nortli
side of the river. They came upon
two lying in a thicket with revolvers
in their hands. One was the man who
' had shot ebowten. They wer ordered
o lhr-w up their hands, and refusing,
lie police party fired, severely and
probably ful iilv wounding olio of the
hunted men, who was afterwards re
moved to jail, with his companion,
making a total captuie of elht. They
all claim to hail from New Oilcans,
tnd have been working their Way
gradually from that citv up the liver.
l'U'.tMuuuth City .HuikcK.
rk imi.'Nm, i ii i i r, i riu i . (in t u
port fit y M. It. Murphy s, i v.
Flour 1X00 4.W p.i t.
Mrul ", -
HfU MO "
Chopped FeeU SI, "
Rye Hour . . U.ut
irliaiii Flour . fc.l ()
Mutter iv'ii-M pr 1
Cliepe (purl .klmj t& "
Clire.e (lull rifniii) M "
sugar t.'urel Hums IV " "
MIIOUllW. ,S "
Drlp.l Href ' "
l oultiy H.MjCi B.wj t.erUo.
Hyium 1 (li. IW C.
.-llmK- c. ".
riu.leo rotators l.Vftft ft. per lU.
Hreli 6cls "
onions 75 cU "
Applr!i(w Inter) Wl & "
Hwret Cliler !' I'T KI
Oysters, select ' un
For Salo !
N E , Hec. 3, T. 1L, K. 13.
S E , W , T. 12, K. 13.
S. W. Src. Li, T. 12, K. 13.
and N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, 11.
E S. W. Sec. 84, T.
E Lot JO, liloek 2H.
si, y. ii.
The above described farms are
for sale on long time, with 7 rer
cent, interest. Aily to
U. 15. WINDHAM, .
WAIJi: A TY DKKhS
MO!-: ; DEEDS
(JIlATTi L M()ItTJACES
QL'JT CLAIM DEEDS
S:eui-f: tliOi;. :tt tho
Plattsmoutb Herald Oflicc-
LA FK aNEIL, Prop'r.
Bsef Mnltciii Porl: Veal Ctlcte.&c,
Cf-itar.tlv on h&wl.
Also. ul! kii.its of A"Ii: lu seaHon, atd ev
erj thing kr-pt In a
FinsT-ti. ii:at snui'f
At lo-t pS!"ilIf rates.
North Hide MninHt.. bet. 4th anl
VJly PLATTSMOUTII. NZU
HOI SE siioeixg &
All Kmfls of farm implements Mendel witi
Neattifln and DUpatcb.
i mt -.
Horse, 3Iule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that ha
four fe$t, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
a Filth S'. brtweea Main ana Vine Streets.
jt acron: t corner Irwn the NEW HERA Li
rr-t to All. n
A'oretlum 1 a
KtlKD POTATOM, Urn. 0m
'.. !..'., mu.l ihf Bt.t Collect ten of Vrrrtmblf.
I ; . -r, a.,1 TwfcllED. KicvMilnvla to-txl.
vnier or ibbI yr without or.l-Totf It. ItoonUlaM
about 176 pte. ill wmv.tma, rlcMi, aocurat
aetxsiptumm ana valuable dirtxion for UaiiMac
15o vriCC9 of VfefdUbla and i lower rtirrrtT
Hanta, iru.'t Trees, tus. luvai uabls to ail. moZ
UJUy V MiryetOArujujera. Seua for It I r4
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