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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBKASKA, TUESDAY, MAY J; 1883.
40 (GraHoms Limseed Oil.
5o00 Rolls offWall Paper,
Until iurtiier notice ASM will laiy the alve goods at the
Southern Lead, Half-Moon Brand,
Linseed Oil, per Gallon, -
- - - $6.50
62 to 65 Cents.
WALL PAPER-Per Bolt
Mop Bitters and all other $1.
preparations, .. .. 75c
Warner's Kidney and ILiver
(DaDD eairly at Sofoeirit's IParmaey aial secure the
best IbargaSiBS ever offered.
P. JJ. IfflANSlEM,
GLASS AND CiTJEEXfcWAIWG,
Also Choice Brands of Flour.
Atrent lor tlie
German Fire Insur nee Co., Freeport, 111.; German
Fire Insurance i'uoria, 111.; Manhattan Lite Insurance Co.,
Western Horse and Cattle Insurance Company,
. OF OMAHA.
Policies Issued in the English and Germau Languages
steamship tickets sold irom aim to i-urope over tin
American Packet Co., and the North-German Lloyd.
100T4ioo acres of laud on the Northern Paciiic railroad in Dakota.
OPEKA HOUSE BLOCK.
ILn TO" J&fIL
IF. I O 3E3E E3
Corner Pearl aivd Seventh Streets,,
-DEALERS IM ALL KIND-H OK'--
Lumber.Sash, Doors. Blinds
' ,y ,1
Ordr r taken for "WILSON BROS.' SHIRTS.
Decrease of the Public
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
AFIOINTMKNT AS CHIEF EXAMINF.lt.
"Washington, Anril 30. The presi
dent lias not yet signed the commission
Keim, as chief examiner under the civil
swviec commisrtiou. It ia stated that
the appointment will not bo withdrawn
unless the commission expresses a de
sire to that cflWt, because it wiw made
on their recoiiiiufiidatiou.
NJ APPOINTMENT AT PKKSKNT.
The geucr..! impression is that no ap
pointment as commissioner of internal
revenue will bo made at present.
THE PUBLIC DEUT.
It is estim ited that the decrease in
the public debt for the mouth of April
amounts to about $350,000. The emall
uess in comparison with the average
monthly reduction for the year past is
accounted for by the fact that $10,000,
000 have been paid out duiing the month
on account of pensions.
Treasurer Wymaii today mailed 8,119
checks, paying $2,254,419 interest due
tomorrow on three per cent, loans of '83.
AIko checks to tha amount of $5,450,
224 in payment of bonds of the 120th
call, maturing tomorrow.
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
Ci'ril Service Commissiouey Eaton says
the commission has not requested the
president to withdraw the appointment
of Keim as chief Inspector of the board,
and the matter remain" just the same as
when the appointment wa." made. Keim
has not yet received his commission.
Eaion thinks the new civil service rules
presented to the president recently will
be approved at the cabinet meeting to
morrow. RAUM REMKMBEItED.
At a meeting of officers and clerks of
the internal revenue office today resolu
tions were adopted expressing regret at
the resignation of Commissioner Rauiu.
tary for Ireland, stated he believed
widespread conspiracy to murder ex
Is ted in county Clare. The govern
meat, be said, hoped to bring the con
spirators to justice. O'Donnell, mem
ber for Dungawern, accused Clifford
Lloyd, special magistrate, of altering
depositions made on oath. He asked
whether the government would retain
him In office. Trevelyn and Gladstone
both refused to answer O'Donnell'j
question. O'Donnell then laid on the
table the evidence which he claimed
would sustain his charge again&t
A Constitutional Justice
of the Peace.
Demand for New Tobacco
The Freiich Expedition,
Indians to be Removed, Etc.
Dublin, April 30. The testimonial
which is being raised for Parnell has
reached 0,000 pounds.
- MOVING THE INDIANS.
Ottawa, April no. The Indian de
partment has ordered the removal of
300 Indians from Fori, "Walsh reser
vation, near Winnipeg, to Qu Appele
reservation. It is said the Indians are
not satisfied with the change.
London, April 30. It i3 stated that
the documents containing the charges
against the dozen persons' now in
America who are accused of the mur
ders in Ireland of Kinney and Bailey,
have been forwarded to Sackville
"West, British minister.
A COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET.
London, April 10. A complimep
ary banquet was given tonight
Nervin Green, president of t'
em Union, by John Pent1
of l'ailiament, at Ship '
number of promi-
the United S
DIAZ AND l'AKTV.
New Orleans, April 30. General
Diaz and party started today for Vera
THE MAY MUSICAL.
PiTTSBUita, April 30. The first
concert of the May musical festi
val will be given this evening by
a chorus of 3o0 voices, assisted by
Theodore Thomas' orchestra. Madame
Minnie Hauk and other singers will
NEW TOBACCO KTAMI'S.
Chicago, April 30. Orders have
been received for over $W),000 worth
of new tobacco stamps at the office of
the collector of internal revenue in
this city, and the office will bo open
at midnight to enable dealers to pro
cure stamps and send out large quan
tities of goods held for the operation
of the new law.
New York, April 30. Among the
awards for the supply of flour made
by the Indian agency today, are the
following: 150,000 pounds to Itawl
ings agency, Wyoming, to W. N.
"Wells, of Schuyler, Nebraska, at $3.30
per 100 pound9; 70,000 pounds to Park
City, Utah agency, N. W. Wells, $3.60
per 100 pounds; 1,000 pounds to
Thatcher agency; Nebraska, A. C.
Davis, of Sioux; City, $2.73 per 100
Steubenville, O., April 80. The
liquor law was" decided unconstitu
tional by Justice of the Peace May
this afternoon. Saloon keepers selling
liquor without the written consent ot
landlords are arrested. The license
was unconstitutional because it im
paired existing contracts. The justice
gave the opinion that the law wr
unconstitvtional because the tax
unequal, and impaired existir
Milwaukee, April 3r
ion of United Statp
Ryan, on releasing T
male lawyer, on ?
Mrs. Win. Parker, who lost her hus
band and son and had un arm ampu
tated, lias been moved to Sutnuit.
Another amputation will be performed
Monday. If she recovers she will bo
mentally affected. The relief commit
tee at lieau regard will continue to
nupply tho immediate necessities of
those in the corporate limits until the
funds now on hand are gone, when the
Red Cross society will take charge.
Wesson mills are running regularly.
and a large force of men are rebuild
ing houses. The IN-d t'rcs.H society
acknowledge the receipt of contribu
tions and supplieH. The committee
sent out to ascertain the duiuuge in
Lincoln county report forty persons in
distress, their property having Leen
swept away. Crowds of citizens at
Beauregard may bo seen sitting on
boxes apparently unable in art for
LAFE O 'NEIL, J'rop'r.
Beef Miitton! Pork Veal. Chickens. &c,
Constantly on hand.
AUo, all kinds of A3IK in Baroti, and ev-
rrytliiiig kct in a
riitsT-c i,ass iii:at kiioi?
At lowtiht posHible rates.
North Side Main at., let. iti and
&2ly I'LAITSMOUTU. NKBJ
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at this cilice and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on short no
tice and s:iliiaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing we do make a
Bpecialty of, it is city and suburban
real estate. Several fine farms and
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can gel a homo uy paying month
ly what they now pay lor hoiiKe rent.
Space forbids giving but a sir
percentage of the bargains now '
Looks at this agency; we u
followiug: Six choice half acre lo'
from It. It. shops, at r
each, and on term'
a man ashamed
a house. Cor
j away, , .
and in '
-ate Kane, the fe
. habeas corona rn.
-j Judge Mallory com
.'ftter fa his t
ariT"' ,w "viewed the
aed ia -r Certio ari' Kate ws
feUrfB sZ J311- Baif was offered.
ahft. "ie. me nri'oner 1
ta79lr . -Tm ?,everPay the fine' If she
z&fog f ' ner life. N
-UottJ. A Urge ! ' B "OT J"S PARTNEfi
ent guests were i of .. OSTo April 30.Alh.rf rr t,..,
Ave acre lot mile from .
,250 part on time. .
Eleven acre lot J mile from citj
for $550 this is extra line.
I have three pieces of outfiidc prop
erty which I can bell and under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now I will
furnish the ground and you the work,
worK is wnat mirts inc. 11 you will
cO the work at a fair price I will glv
y0u' . clear deed for the land; If yon
can't " 'ue woriC co'e and w:e me, J
"nc one who will do Jt ioi:
"ay ind sc
Tea acres for a . 00
7 X) 00
i r i f
reasonable rates. '
.to the President
ates, the house of lor
, meiirmof Baioa c . "oaiea. Jnei
Lrt. . 1 0n' 8hot and killed hf, te.t.
"iver steamer B
g arrcp, wild
160 . r?"oo
200 ' . 00
210 . ( Wi
lttnr 1 ; 1 . vahs
tinjc ami L. co.u7
; ' . . . . '"' flurtnpr a " a"u Killed his ie. i in
wwo respoiiaed to at leivt ' Ky i'jekett. nn .. 1G0 . vr- .ua
-most friendly spirit. - 8te,une' Bristol last nff ,7. P60 " . 2.o
THErv, t'"t- ' "cupieda srafA " I w xsoo
DcRrr r ' .- .'at.' ?;.na about t, I eer, w " 'Voo
Pif,. s ' -V" Aiie trial i. hberth n.i , . . ." ut Qt of hf-T 'w c4 es wild. If,.,,. ."
rI3. known k T -r-h- . eut W the win ... I . ' ' J S.I0OJ
ortsM. 00 . tua Bum or vf awaironn 1 ... jwa p,, my piinui.,.. ' 7ir
o't Dne nf fh, ..i. i -"on uy tno r.nfti; . . ...... . r.
I ft'.u luia innrm rriuuOW. ftroA . .. "3 " '
PladPd r"' Prisjnerf wredhisfnSooV , AU0 ua en- 3 cor "2
HBMJ r,n ;ttefor th W head. -ir ii,I,.r,-Mea
torney general for r-i T V xJl"er t- auf BeaIea
ILibCTesf Elates. Terms Cash.
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Ifil fn)hr, . - .
IT" BOA3m W V-a" T" ' '
opened b y porter' a, U hal. n.J " w f ut out- ani
that an, xi. llearxruAH lue notlA . '
- Tugu uznarru inM. -" . r. " v" kue arrival of th v-'
A. Heanrued thepotte;: verea himself, to
ly stab Burke v::r.4dWa formal- Pll Blrer.v
!... . as COrn 7n I
fense will endearo?- Tr Tbe d P.Iosion has Just oecnrLi
of the murdarers prve '""one stone cllfery min , Ij
what the erran0 fc h be-; JJr wWj
the p miners injur? .
: Jiff Vfifr . - H ltAl. 1 a -
Tahis. Aprif io -'""'"W. I - - "Plosion ocu -red 7 IdUll'
Peditiontn'3(:--The natinn., coll.e of a ,.n,.. . hythe deu
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,brks from sJions rd
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ImUmt,d S X MU 55.
r. leut of dis
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uuuueu, houses and lots fL" ,
at Lnueh : " .fols fo" sale
Ston And dreaWimrTL' . .
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French iro, T,c to aUoi ZZ" " 1! 6,08. Uc BTJg'
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will n::H"ron Chinese fa ' '7" " 7. " ,usc
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