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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBUASKA, SATUKDAY, APRIL 23, 1883.
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
In fact: ever thing in Style andQuality
the pedal extremities at the
LOWEST CASH PffilOE
Having recently purchased the
FUiLiL OF ILINE PE 16 FUME HIES. COMPLETE STOCK.
Will meet Any
I have come to Plattsmouth
Call and See Me.
at the old reliable stand.
DniK Store of Dr. A. II. KELLER, I wish to announce to
vicinity that I luve in Stock
Competition in the IP rug Line.
Caref ully Compounded.
to etay and do a legitimate Dru business, and hope bv fair dealing and
by buying your
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CQrner of Main and
tbft citizens of Plattsinouth and
living prices to merit a liberal
A Kail road Collision.
The Irish National Conven
tion. A Whole Fuuilly Drounrd.
r.tc, Etc., Lit.
Philadelphia, April 27. It was
nearly cloven o'clock before tho Irish
National couveotiou assembled this
Dr. O'lirilly announced that thd
coimnittee on resolutions ha J pre
pared their report, but it wan not
ready to be presented. J
Col. Michael Bo! aud, chairman Jof
the committee on organization, would
not be ready to report until the com
mittee on resolutions had reported,
as, after a long debate, the committee
on reorganization had not been able
to agree on tho number of officer for
tho National ler.gue, or its exact
scheme of government. Col. Boland
therefore moved that when a recess
be taken it be for two hours, to allow
the committee ou organization to per
feet its report. Carried.
l lie secretary then read by uuaut
mous consent a communication from
Hon. S. fo. Cox, of New York, con
gratulatiug the convention ou what
it had achieved, and declaring that it
was impossible for Ireland to remain
under British rule on account of the
commercial restrictions of the latter.
inere were b8j4J able bodied men
eugaged in keeping the peace, while
there were but 21,000 engaged in
teaching. The uncertainty of the laud
tenure, and of the political statute,
and the standing armv spies, go to
render Ireland the worst governed
country in the world. Agitation for
iinen v win go ou. uuetious ot ex
tradition, citizens' rights, etc., if con
sidered by the coiiveution, must be
viewed in the light of recent events.
Edward O'Meager then moved that
the thanks of the convention be ten
dercd to Cox. Carried.
On Mrs. Paruell's eutrance she was
Father Boy lan, county Cavan, Ire
land, tlicn addressed the convention,
amid much applause. He said that
new John Bull would put on one of
his horus the Irish dilcraa and land-
lord on the other, while Pat would
milk the cow. He complimented the
manner in which the American press
treated the Irish question. America
had given Irishmen employment, but
the Irish had done America's hard
work in her fields in both peace and
war. the entire convention arose to
ts feet and cheered Father Boylau
Cries for Belts were then heard.
The chairman said Betts was not in
The president of the convention
said the Irish in England and Scot-
and would be the first to feel the
effects ot any intemperate action on
the part of this convention. He was
glad to congratulate the delegates
that their action so far had been wise
and moderate He moved that a vote
of thanks be tendered to Itevs. Father
Boylan and Agnew.
Carney, of Massachusetts, said on
this motion that every Scottish clergy
man had for many years endeavored
to denationalize every Irishman who
crossed the boundary.
Carney, amid hisses and confusion
was pronounced out of order.
The mothm of a vote of thanks was
At twenty minutes to 12 a recess was
taken for two hours, to await the re
ports of committees.
Elizabethtowf, N. Y., April 27.
Henry Deboney was hanged here today
for the murder of his wife. He slept
well last night and ate -a hearty break
fast this morning, after which he smok
ed a cigar and then inspected the gallows.-
Taking hold of the rope he said:
"I am afraid I'll break that rope. You
out to have soap ou it." He seemed en
tirely indifferent to his fate.
THE! ALL DUJWSED.
Middletown, O. April 27. At one
o'clock yesterday afternoon a little
daughter of John O'Connel, living on
the bank of Hydraulic canal, was dis
covered by her father and mother in the
water, struggling in the last agonies of
death, by strangulation. The father
was unable to swim, and in attempting
to rescue his child he also was drowned,
and likewise his wlfef who in turn msde
frantic efforts to save her husband.
St. Locis, April 27. Dispatches from
Albuquerque, New Mexico, regarding
the reported capture of Professof Banda
lier by the Apaches, states that Captain
William Barcher, one of his companions
says that Bandalier was in Sonora, near
Herniosille, a few days ago' and he
(Barcher.) believes the account of Copt.
Bate, Who brought the tfory to Albu
He says that a Mexican, who i
saw the capture, was certain that Bando
lier was odc of the party, having spoken
with him that morning.
UETitoiT, .April 27-- A collmioii oc-
cured on the Orand Trunk railway ncur
Olive station, between a passenger train
from the west and a freight following
The air brakes attached to the pansciig'-r
train failed to work and the tiain stop
ped at a alight grade. A signal was m-iit
back to the freight, but for some reason
the train, which was very heavy, punted
the signal, crashing into tho rear of tne
passenger, demolishing two Pull ma;
sleepers and killing the conductor of tin
Pullman and two or three passengers.
Ten r twelve passenger were injured
The killed are: Conductor II. J. Wall,
of Montreal; N. Fry, of Englcwood, N.
J., and John W. Higglns, travelling
agent of the boot and shoe firm of II.
P. Baldwin & Co.,Detroit. Mr. Penning
ion, assistant geueral trci"hi agent oi
the Wabarh railroad, was seriously but
not fatally scalded. Ten others receiv
cd minor injuries.
A FEW FOREIGN FLASHES.
mt "T a -v-i rm m .
ine national Kine Associa-
A Kltro-Clfcerlne Factory.
Quebec, April 27. Four iuches of
snow, and sleighing resumed.
London, April 27. A nitro glycer
ine factory was discovered in North
ampton. The discovery causes great
PAItNELL AND ENGLAND
Berlin. April 27.- Tim Nation -d
Zeitung declares that iL is impossible
for England to i.ccede to the further
demands of Parnell in regard to the
condition of Ireland. It declares that
to honor the demands of Parnell in
regard to ( he condition of Ireland de
mands an unequivocal disavowal by
Parnell of the dynamite policy of
London, April 27. The programme
for the rifle shooting of the national
rifle association at Wimbleden includes
two competitions which have been in
slituted as a compliment to the Araer
ican national guard. They are for
military rifles, 500 and 200 yards re
spectively. The match at the latter
range has . been named after Colonel
Bodine. Thirty-two prizes has been
offered in each competition, rantrine
from ten pounds to one pound. It is
expacted that the Prince of Wales will
distribute the prizes to the victors.
Dublin, April 27. The trial of
Michael Fagan for the murder of
Burke, was continued this morni.-g.
The case for the defense was closed,
and Judge O'Brien charged the jury
His remarks were to the effect that i h
testimony of the informers had been
fully confirmed by that of other wit
nesses. The judge having finished the
charge the jury retired, and after a
short deliberation returned and an
nounced that they had found a verdict
of guilty against the prisooei. On
being asked if he had anything to say
why sentence should not be passed
upon him, Fagan protested his inno
cence, lie aeciarea that he was a
S.n.an. ,nd ,, di one. The
men sentenced him to be hanged .May
Betty Answers Bigelow.
The Meeting of the Cabinet.
WASHINGTON-. April 27. All the
members were present at the regular
cabinet meeting today. The cession
lasted about three hours and was main
ly devoted to the consideration of the
new civil service regulations.
NO CONCLUSION REACHED.
No conclusion was reached wih re
gard to the civil service regulations at
the cabinet meeting. They will be
taken up again for further considera
tion at the next cabinet meeting.
Through her counsel, Mrs. Be'.ty Ma
son has Clod an answer to the suit of
Benj. F. Bige.low for counsel fees in
defending her husband.. She stated
that she had paid Bigelow $370. which
was voluntary, as he volunteered hi
service, and entered the (as for his
the star route case.
In the star route case today Kerr fin
ished his review of the evidence in the
Bismarck and Tongue river route, and
after thanking the jury for their pa
tience, began a general summing up of
the points, which', in his opinion, had
been established in the case taken as a
wbofe Adjouiped till Monday, j
Thfl attorney general has designated
John S. ItUIr as counsel to prosecuto
the charts against Architect 1 1111
Secre'.ary lVlger has suggested to
Murch, who preferred charges tho
nanio of A. T. Alexander, fifth audit
or of the treasury, a a member of the
special invent. gating committee hi
plac of Assistant Schcllar. The sec
retary is d '-si rout thu'. there bo no fur
ther delay In the. proceeding, aud also
that they bo conducted In a froe, opon
and in ; u till manner, to -the result
will be convincing and conclusive. If
tho designation! made by the attorney
general and st-crctary of t lie treasury
are accept ablo to Murch, tho investi
gation will proceed as soon possible.
IIin r;in?.'iokt(l the market for tin;
nobbiest :inl bust line of
We can Jhow you all that i.i h;
air.-iMe, mid don't forget tint :
will never be undersold.
For riIit 'w h at right prices
C. JL1. WescoLL,
The BOSS Clolhier.
Law aud co!J eilon hiifeiues promp
tly attended to at tlii oilier and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on short no
tice; and suii-l.ieiion guaranteed.
ii i ni-re is any iiiiur we no make a
8p.cialty ol, it. is city and suburban
real estate. .Several tine farms and
some wild html at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by pay ing month
ly wtiai iiicy new pay for house rent.
hpace forbid giving -but a small
percentage of tho bargains now on tho
books at thin agency: we name the
.Six choice half aero lots, 8 minutes
from I:. I!. hhopH. at from 80 to loO
each, aud on terms that would make
a lnuii al; uncd to nay h'5 did not own
a hotme. Come and free, you are not
compelled to buy aud we wont! give
tnene Jots away, but you cn iret thern
bo -ney win aosoiuieiy co.st you notli-
rive acre lot mile from citv for
koi part on time.
Eleven acre Jot mile from city
i'n&jhO thi is extra fine.
I have three pieces of outside prop
erty wiiiMi i cau sen ana under
take to famish purchaser work
enough to pay for (hern, now I will
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work is . hat hurls me. If you will
liirmli Ilit "lfaiiiw! nrwl vrkii Ilia wirl-
do the work ut a fair price I will irlve
iay find boine one who will do it lor
1 en acres tor ? 600 00
. " " 000 00
" " " 750 00
" " ' 2500 00
Several j-raall tracts well Improved
aud adjoining the city, for sale at
FA KM LAJTDS.
40 acres, wild $ 600 00
feO improy'd ltJoo 00
120 ' iJOOO 00
1G0 " 5000 00
2u0 ' - " 6200 00
210 " " 600(J 00
r inect stoek farm in (Jaes countr
!ilCJ00, lo.g lime aud low rate ot In
1G0 acres, wild $2500
160 " 2800
80 " 1200
0 " " 3200
1G0 acres, wild, Iiep. V'y (cash) $1000
t,'or. lot 3 hl'k from rhops (cheap)$100
4. g it It
4 i i.
" X. 6th Urcet (fine)
Improved city real citato In abun-
" n PI will .444 41 t-LI W
darcc. 1 cau find what you want In
this Hue if you will call and see me.
Business houses aud lots for sal
at much lower figures than will bo
avked ix mouths hence.
Stores and dwellings ren'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't fee what you want in
this coluiuu come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Office open nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
Good new house and two fine lots
In good location price, 8800.
"W. S. WISZ3f-f
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