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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, F1UDAY, APRIL 27, 1833.
El II II LI F'J IL.J El
Fire in a Clock Factory.
I Jam always please you if you want Fresh Goods and the best
in the Market. Remember that we make a Specialty of
if n EJ IE
We si 1 ways keep Complete 4oel oi
Staple amal Fancy Groceries
Dublin platform were entitled to seats
on the floor As a result thu delegates'
seats were us full us ever. Tho gal
lerlea were crowded, today be hit; evi
dently considered the great day of the
FJtOM Till: CAPITAL.
Question of Quarantine.
lbi'.j ransacked the market 1'i.r
iuhhl(M nnil be-d litif of
Star Koute Argument.
LARGEST axivl BEST Stock of Ca,maecL
Groocls in Town.
P. J. 5IAWSJEW,
a t? it
2jA&S ASM UEEWAKE,
Also Choice (Brands of Flour.
he (lerman I'ire
nee Co., Freeport, 111.; German
Manhattan Lite Insurance Co.,
lire Insurance Co.. Fooria.
Western Horse and Cattle Insurance Company,
l ire Insurance Policies Issued in the English and German Languages
to Europe over tho Hamburg
American IVtcket Co., and he North-German Llovd.
KVi0 acres ot" land on the Northern Pacific railroad in Dakota!
Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
DKAL.ER3 IN ALL KINDS OK
Zaoraost oELates. Terms Cacli.
Orders taken for WILSON ERO.-9.' SHIRTS.
CAXTDIES A.isTX) C1QAES.
MASON & HAMLIN
nENRT F. MILLEK and
BOARD by he DAY or WEEK.
P Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
A DISlINUUIslltD PAHTV.
Cleveland, April 2. Diaz, Grant,
Jay GouM aint party passeJ through
Cleveland nt 7 n. in. on n jjorial train
CLI.i van's '.slITiON.
IJ.i,Si.N, Aj : il '.''jlli. --Sullivan sayd:
' Tiifcrtj ii in. .jia-st i'.'ii ai all of my
iuveliii Mitel, 11 at Madison Soura
garden, May 1 ), iu goo a condition
as I was cvt r :a any contest iu winch I
have been ci; . iel."
STItlKI K HUK A l ACTURr.
Warsaw, April ?C. A fire in a cabi
rtt makers' hlii burne-l toltath sixteen
woikmen. .Strikiug lactory hands act
it. Tho J-iiy squadron vre stontil.
Troops were sent to arrest the leaders.
The troops m pj upon tho men, killing
two and revcrtly wounding five.
tic. Lena, April CO. Dispatches from
the fruit growing regions of Illinois say
the late fro9ts did very little damage.
South Carboudale is described as a hugh
garden. All fruit trees are in full bloom,
and larecropoof uM kinds are especi
CLGCE TAt'TOftY UCl'.NED.
New Haven", April SC. The New Ha
ven clock shop, covering un entire block
i3 burning, with a prospect of a serious
fire. Several hundred employes will be
thrown out of employment.
10:C0 p. m. Theclock fchop is still
burning. Loss estimated at $20,000.
One man jumped from the third fitory,
breaking hid legs and crms.
12:00 p. m. The loss by the fire will
not exceed $20,000, and ia now sub
THE RAILROAD EXP03ITION.
Chicago, April 26.- A Loudon
cablegram received hrre announces
shipment of seventeen cases of ex
hibits, including- Rocket, (ieor
btcveusou's first locomotive, for dis
play at the exhibition, which opens
here May 24th. In addition to the
niHiii exposition building, the man
agement has constructed a temporary
building on Lake Front, making the
structure five blocks in length taken
altogether. Among the novelties will
oe an eicctnc railroad, the llrst one
operated in this country.
JAILED FOR CONTEMPT.
Jeffekson City, Mo., April 26
James . Morrison, justice of the
United States circuit court, ordered
J. A. Lockhart and J. A. I'rather,
judges of the Laflyeile county court.
to jail lor contempt, in refusing to
levy a special tax of 2.000 to pay an
installment on a judgement obtained
in a suit for county bonds. The couu
ty offered to compromise the bouds at
80 cents on the dollar, at which rate
$1,700,000 of its bonded debt had been
compromised, but the holder of the
judgment refuses io take less than
one hundred cents. The court-order
ed the judges confined iu jail until
they obey its mandate.
TERIUIiLE EARTH QT A KE.
1 anama, April 16 March 7th. Mh,
and 9th earthquake shocks weie felt
in Chili. March 8th an earthquake
shock was felt throughout Columbia.
In the town of Antiqua the facade of
the cathedral was thr.n t.ut of
plumb, many of its columns over
turned, and all houses suffered more
or less. In Santa Ro.a a church sta
ple was injured, and a number of
houses rendered uninhabitable. In
Yarumah the prison and thirty-five
houses were dostioyed. In Aquadas
the town hall was demolished, and at
Abejirrat a church and several houses
injured. In Penagona, the chief vil
lage of the Darien territory, many
palm hats were thrown down, and
rivers rose and fell with alarming
rapidity. Lake -Niearaugua was inter
rupted for the first time in history.
THE IRISH NATIONAL CONVENTION.
Philadelphia, April 20 The del
egates to the Irish National conv-fn'
tiou gathered slowly this morning and
showed signs of fatigue from yester
day's long session. It is lelieved by
those in the confidence of the leaders
mat iup urgnuir.uon cr io aay s con
vention was agreed upon yesterday,
yet speculations as to the personal of
the oflicera who would preside over
the second Ameiican convention of
the Irish National league, occupied
eager groups at doors, in corridors and
on the sidewalk.
xuc anuugement or me hall was
similar to that of yesterday, one now
feature being a large Iiish banner in
the rear of the stage, with the motto
"Commemorative of the Irish'Natioxal
delegates from all reputable Irish
a coevi KnrtiT.
Washington, Apiil 26. The treas
ury department 1 in receipt today of u
photographic coiiterfeit five dollar note
on the First National bank of Milwau
kee, but it h regarded as a clnw-.y :it
temp, audtvtiihl be redily dH.-et'-d
Secietury Folger suid today that the
subject of the removal of Ieputy Col
lector Wright, of Chicago, had ntVT
been mentioned at the cabinet, and that
the treasury department had approved
of the urtion of Collector Spalding in
making the removal. lie said that Dep
uty Collector Wright W:ia charged with
official misconduct, and he tacitly ad
mitted the 1 1 all; of the charges by mule
ing no defense. One of the charges
against him wai thit he had made false
measurement of vessels, and another
that he was constantly in debt to his sub
ordinates for borrowed money.
liOAKD Or HEUHI.
The national board of health will hold
a special meeting net week to consider
question? relative to the early oaUbliaii
ment ot quarantine stations at southern
points, and the expenditures of funds
for the prevention and suppression of
KEliK S AHOI.UKMT.
In the star route trial today K-rr con
tinued his argument, taking up and going
over the evidence covering several route.
It is thought he will finish his argutneut
by tomorrow noon, at which time he
will have spoken si days.
V can divv y.jii all l hut i-..
.'.irubh', and d.n't loi-'-of th it
will never In? um.h?r:oM
J'or n'o-ht irowdj at nVlit
! BOSS Clolhier.
Disease Anion? Cattle.
Deserters Frustrated, Etc.
London, April 20. The universal
chess tournament has begun. Salmon,
Mason, and McKenzie, Americans, en
tered this afternoon.
London. April 20. A dispatch from
Khartoon states that the eii'-rny has
attacked Dwine, but was repuLifd.
Hicks Pacha intends to attack the en
emy bj water, and Soliman Pacha and
Maj. Goulbourne will try to attack him
IT DIDN'T WOP.E.
Matamoras, Mexico. April 28. A
plot among the soldiers of the fonr'h
battallion of Mexican infantry, to kill
their officers and desert to Texas, was
discovered last Sunday and frustrated.
Some mutineers escaped and are still
at large, but nobody was hurt.
PHCENIX PARE: TRIALS.
Dublin, April 20. Ten of the ju
rors on the second trial of Tim Kel ley
were in favor of returning a verdict
against the prisoner of guilty as
charged in the indictment.
The trial of Michael Pagan, charged
with the murder of Iiurke, was re
sumed today. James Smith, informer.
ssvore that Edward M. Caffrey wa.s in
Phoenix Park on tho evening of May
6. James Carv. however, denied that
he saw Caffrey there that evening.
Tho counsel for the defense regard the
conflict between the two statements as
Kelley will be placed on trial Mon
day next. If the jurors do not agree
on a verdict then, lie will be tried
THE CATTLE DISEASE.
London, Abril 20, Lord Carling
ford, lord president of the council and
minister of agriculture, yesterday re
ceived a deputation headed by the
Duke of" Richmond, which came to
confer on the subject of the foot and
mouth disease among cattle. Lord
Carlingford said tbey only asked for p.
geneial prohibition of lauding stock
in .cngiana. The department was
only prepared to use its powers wher
needed. The assertion made in Ameri
ca that the disease w as practically non
existent there might be incorrect, but
generally speakintj there was very lit
tle of the dire s.c in that roui.ti y. es
pecially in the
mile from ity f..r
LAFE Cf NEIL, Prop's.
Veal CMckens. &c
Constant! f on band.
Also, all kinds of VAKG in season, and er-
erythtng kept in a
FIItST-CLASS MEAT SHOP I
(:(LLi:(TI().N A(i i:CV.
Law ami coih etiou buslnesn promp
tly aUetidi-d to at tliis office and pro
ceeds remit led without delay.
Notarial work, eon vcyuueing and
abstracting att -uded to on short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Jf there is nnv tiling we do make a
specialty of, it is ity and. suburban
real estate. JSeveral fine farm? and
some wild land at Inrgnina. Laboring
men can get a home by-Iying month
ly what they in w-uuy lor houte rent.
Space i'oibids ivinx but a fernall
Eereentage ot tho bargains now on the
ookn at ag"e:iry;- we name the
Six ciiojci? half acre lots, ;oinule
frm If. It. shopsat from to $160
each, :iTid on ter;ni thru would make
a man ah;imed to av h'J did not own
a house. Come and see, you are not
com;" Led to buv and we wont 'dve
IhcKe u-vay, but you cjii get them
so Micv w in ito-oiiiteiy eort vou notij-
Five acre lc
)f;250 pari on lime.
J-ieven acre h-f $ miU
forSJr-0 t'uj is extra fine. ,
I h ive ll i. e piece ol'outiide proj,-
eity v. Iiidi 1 cxii ell mid under
take to i.Kiii-.li purchaser work
enough to j.uy for ll.ein, now 1 will
luruiih the ground and you the work,
work is what hurt un: It jou will
do the work at .i fair piie I will glv
you a clear deed lor the I ind; if you
cau'i do the Hdf'i come aixl see ine, I
ma liud soiii-j oiC who will do it lor
Ten acres for -i &M) M)
" " " 7.V) 00
r Sjijt) oo
Several unall tracts well Improved
and ;:djoi;.iii!4 the 'ity, for sale at
rctouubl rut .-.
40 acre--, w ild $ CW 0j
80 " iinprov'd IGOO 00
120 " " 2000 00
100 " WXX 0O
2tA C200 00
2:0 " m CM) (j)
Finest stock fa'rm iu Cass county
$1600o, long time and ow rate ol in-
t ere st.
1C0 acres, wild $2500
160 ' ' 2.J00
80 " '' 1200
80 " " 3200
160 acre-, wild, Hep V'y (cash) $1000
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from fchop3(cheap)$100
1 . 8 " " 176
3 " . 150
2 " " " 450
4 " " 175
2 . HQ
N. tth street (ripe) 300
! :.- uic Hill " 200
Waohiugtoii ave'i 350
" 1 bl'k from Main hi extra 400
j Improved tit v real estuto iu abun
i darce. 1 cau had what vou want in
; this line if you will cull and tee me.
- busiucss houses and lots for sals
at much lower figures than will be
aked six months hence.
Stores aud dwellings ren'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
: If you don't hee what you want in
this column come and ask lor it. I've
probably missed Just what you want.
OlHce open nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
At lowest lOKfelble rates.
organizations in the United States and North Sid Main f, bet. 4th an I
sat rxATTirauTir. iocbs
Canaxla itoicfy are in wcord witb the
Good new house and two fine lots
In good location price, SsOO.
WV S. WIS23, .
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