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I LA TTSMO UTI I, XKBUASKA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 , 188.
4 Gallons Linseed Oil
HJiitil t urtlier notice CSIIL will foiay tine
Southern Lead, Half Moon Brand,
Linseed Oil, per G-allon, - - -
WALL PAPER--Per Bolt
CTLASS ASD l IT K E X N 1 V A It K ,
Also Choice Brands of Flour.
Fire Insurance Co., Peoria, 111.; Manhattan Lite Insurance Co.,
-Western Horse and Cattle Insurance Company,
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i' UC illlll .lilVC -L UIIVIC ' "
f. t tv i-i ,.,.1.1 4.-. cm .1
American i aaei va;., " .,. ., , i i,i.
100,000 acres of land on the Northern Padhc railroad jn Dakota,
Corner Pearl and
-PEAL.ER:! IN ALL KINDS OK-
MISED P.A.XIS'TS, LIME,
CONSULTATION FREE. Charges
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Co. Frecijort. Ill,: German
the EnjrlUli and German Languages
n , tt .1 ...
tr Kiironn over the Jiamuurg-
nrf ..(iprman Llovil. Agents toi
moderate and within the rp.-..h r anKN7TSiir-
of Wall Faroer,
Mop Bitters and all
Warner's Kidney and Liver
IPIiarmacy and secure -the
OrrtT taken Tor WILSON BROS.' SHIRTS.
Jo Pd ISl!llp
0) fo) nn nn rrmHn
- BOARD br he DAY or WEEK
!gctotrrrinaii KWXtm&- at I cMi,n-e?.rW
- - $6.50
to 65 Cents.
MASON & HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
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, . J1TQ mTT H .'HI. . 1 . .
iWdrwrf - y. ILBaKJCK.
-. iT -
All Interesting Batch of
etJINAOK II U Ari: II..
AsiiixOTOX. -UHV 1. J he coinage
ot the various limits during April was
7.811.0uo of which s'.'w.ooy were
OA I.I. KOU KONDS.
The I20th rail for binds in il u.vd t-
day. '1'lie rcde.uption of calls, in-Miuliug
prepared bond-. 1 1,-100,000.
KXCIIANOK OK BONOi.
The exchange f three anil a half per
cent bouds into three er ceat boul),
suspended duriug April, was resumed to
day. The am nut surrendered for ex
change today was 70,0J0 which nviktM
the total anm.it of exch me- $ 131,900,
000. KAlS fcUCCKSSOK.
It is expectoil tiiat the president will,
in a few days, fill the vacancy in the .Mis-bis-sippi
liver com;ni.8ion caused ly the
resignation of Capt. J. it. Kads. It is
understood that appointment lies between
Capl. Henry Ladd, of St. Louis, and (Jen.
S. W. Ferguson, of Mississippi.
Ex Senator Dorsey has returned an
answer to the suit of Wm. Lilly lor $10,
000 damages, alleged to have been sus
tained by him from a personal assault by
Dorsey. Tie answer is conGned to a
simple and broad denial of Lilly's alle
gations, and an expression of willingness
to submit tlia case to a.jury.
THE CAMS KT MEETISti.
Ti e cabinet meeting today was devoted
solely to the consideration of the civil
service regulations. The session lasteel
one hour. The discussion was general,
but no conclusion was reached. A spec
ial meeting of the cabinet will be hclJ
tomorrow, when it is expected that the
matter will be finally disposed ef.
The elebt statement issued today shows:
Decrease in the public debt during April
$2,851,40?; cash In treasury, $319,159,-
401 ; gold certificates, $81,333,620; silver
certificates, $80,771,431; certificates of
deposit outstanding, $10,105,000; refund
ing certificates, $303,950; legal tender
nots outstanding, $2-16,081,010 ; fraction .
al currency outstanding, $7,008,073. To
tal reduction for the ten months of the
fiscal vear. s;lM,83t,575.
Biiss, ia his argument la the star route
trial this morning, turned upon the peti
tions connected with various routes, and
Miner was the object of particular at
tack. He showed that two routes had
been increased and expedited at great ex
pense by Urady, soley upon the recom
mendation of Billings a railroad presi
dent. Yet Brady had pretended that he
was fighting railroads ia tho interest of
star routes. Dorsey bad piocurcd rail
road passes from these gentlemen for his
agents, and it was a clear case of'scratch
my back and I will tickle your elbow."
Bliss then looked up the evidence relat
ing to routes and rapidly reviewed it,
passing minor points with mere mention
and bringing out in strong relief what he
described as a more iiagraut ofiense, an
order sor the increase on the Tresalamous
and Clifton route. He said it has re
mained unrevoked until a congressional
investigation had caused a cleaning up
of the dirty house of the second assist
ant postmaster general. The remainder
of the day's session was e vanned in a
careful review of the evidence concerning
routes. Elaboration of point's -.vas made
MORE FROM IRELAND.
With Newsy Notes From all
St. Petersbukg. May 1. The au
thorities believe the nihilists are pre
paring for simultaneous disturbances
in various parts of the empire during
the coronation ceremonies of the Czar.
Toronto, May 1. Dissatisfied Or-
aDgemen have decided to form a third
party. The chief planks of their plat
form will be the abolition of separate
schools, and the use of the French
language in parliament.
Berlin, May 1 Admiral Berger,
second commander in the rank of the
German navy, has resigned, owing to
the fact that an army officer had been
placed at the head of the navy.
London, May 1. The times says a
meeting of leading officers of steam
ships will bo held, to take steps toward
raising capital for the purpose of put
ting another canal across the Isthmus
Dublin, May 1. Many awards have
been made to persons who suffered by
I Office orw Bolom(mTff1-t i,I -
reason of violations of law in Ireland.
Lady Momitinoriis and Mia. Bl.ike
eucb r"C'ived '3,0oo for the murder of
KORKKlN' TRADE IN CHINA.
London, May 1. A telegram from
I'ekin states that an envoy from the
king of Anam has arrived there to ob
tain the conncnt of the Chinese gov
ernment to the opening of Ited river
to foreign trade and to induce China
to afford such diplomatic and material
assistance as may bo necessary. The
emperor has orueied i... Jung Chang
to return to his pobt in order to effect
the request of the king of Anam.
London, Hay 1. It is understood
that oh tho occasion of the enthrone
ment of thH Archbishop of Canterbury,
the police of the town closely watched
the movements of certain lrish-Ameri
cans, who were acting in a suspicious
manner, and who became alarmed and
quitted the town. It is believed that
one of these men was Wilson, one of
the dynamite conspirators, in whose
case a hearing is proceeding at liio
Bow street police- court.
Railroad Sold Under Fore
A Bi Land Purchase.
Other Haps nu Mlsliups, Hit.
destructive hail storm.
Xmv Orleans, May 1. Specials le-
port destructive hail storms Saturday,
extending from Port Hudson to Clin
ton. F.arly corn, cotton, orchards and
gardens were badly injured.
Chicago, May 1. About loO vessels
cleared from this port to-day. Half
of these were grain laden lor lower
lake ports. It is estimated that the
average eargo was 4,000 bushels.
GOULD AND TARTY.
St. Louis, May 1. Jay Gould and
party left lor an inspection four of the
Iron Mountain railroad and the South
western system at noon to-day in a
special train of five cars. Information
was refused as to the route, but the
cars were provisioned ior a iweniy
days' trip into Mexico, over the Inter
INDIANS TAKING A BOAT RIDE.
St. Paul, May 1. Information has
reached department headquarters that
Saturday last the steamer "W. J. Behan
left Fort Randall for standing Rock,
having on board 150 men, women and
children of Sitting Bull's baud of Un-
capapa Sioux, the old warrior being
one of the party. They will reach
Fort Tates Friday next unlcs3 the low
6tage of the water in the Missouri
should belay the boat.
DALLAS, Texas, May 1. The Texas
Trunk railway, with all its franchises,
land grants and rolling stock, was
sold here to-day under a foreclosure of
the United States court, for $12,000.
Messrs. Deckersou and Sortwell, ot
Boston; Adams, of Dallas; and Stephath
andhew, of New York, were the
purchasers. The road runs thirty-fire
miles to Kaufman, and the road bed is
graded twerty miles beyond.
THE DRAMATIC FESTIVAL.
Cincinnati, O., May 1. The second
night's performance at the dramatic
festival was a complete success. The
play was '-The Hunchback." The
1 ading characters were Mary Ander
mu as "Julia," Kate Forsythe as
"Helen," John McCnllough as "Mas
tr W'ulter," Lawrence Barrett as "Sir
Thomas Clifford," Nat Goodwin as
"Fathom." Four thousand people
witnessed the plav.
A BIG COLONIZATION SCHEME.
San Antonio, May 1. J. L. Kirk
land, of New York, representing some
English capitalists, has just returned
from Saltillo, Mexico, en route to
Europe, where he went for the purpose
of getting a contract confirmed by the
authorities of Coahuila for a large tract
of land granted by the government and
sold to Judge Crosby, of Houston, by
Governor Mederi, when here last weeli .
This last purchase is in conjunction with
a concession from the supjeme govern
ment for an extensive colonization
scheme. The negotiations of these
parties involve abottt one hundred
!e:'2rt!PS of the best selected lands in the
RAID ON GAMULLNG JIOO ICS.
New York, May l. -The police te
night raided a tumbling house Su Fifth
avenue kept b :i Spaniard named (Jar
cia. Twenty-four peison?, including
the proprietor, were captured. It re
quired the entire reserve of the Fif
teenth precinct to take them in, as
they fought desperately to escape.
Livingstone, M. T May 1. It has
been discoveied that organized
band of robbers are running off the
stock of Crow IuGians. on the Wyom
ing border. The Indians ask for pro
tection. The troops at Fort Ellis are
ready to march now. It is believed
that this gang instead of the Plegans,
made the recent raid upon the Indian
A FATAL MGIIT.
DemMoinix, Iowa, May I. James
Reynolds), who was shot by Scott
Smith on Saturday night, died this af
ternoon. His ante-mortem statement
wa.i that Smith and he had some troub
le in a saloon over a year tigo, and after
they had drank together Saturday
niylit the old matter was referred to
as they left the saloon. When they
reached the street Remolds said Smith
was ambitious to try J.i.-i muM-le, and
said they c-itii l hne il out there.
Reynolds made ;i pass towards Smith,
whereupon Smith pulled his revolver
and shot. Smith had heretofore len
regarded as a peaceful man.
A rOOK FARM INVESTIGATION.
St. Louis, May 1 . The apparently
very highly fcensatiotial reports regaid-
ing the condition of the poor farm in
Pettis county, thirf stale, which were
recently put Into circulation the S-
dalla Democrat, have been confirmed,
and the press of this city demand an
investigation and the prosecution of
whoever is responsible for the dis
graceful state of affairs. A central
overhauling of similar institutions
throughout the state is called for. The
poor houso in question, so far as the
building is concerned, is represented
by a tumbled down rookery, scarcely
fit for housing animuli, and the treat
ment of its inmates, consisting of over
twenty insane, idiotic and diseased
pauper.1;, man) ot whom aro helpless,
is said not only to bo disgraceful and
abominable in the highest degree, but
utterly heartless and cruel.
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at this oflicc and pro
ceedi remitted without delajsr","
notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended fo on (short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing wc do make a
specialty of. :t is city and suburban
real estate. Several line farms and
some wihl land at bargains. Laboring
men can get ahomu by paying month
ly what they now pay lor house rent.
Space forbide giving but a small
percentage of the bargains now on the
books at this agency; we name thf
Six choice half acre lots, 8 minulcb
from R. R. shops, at from $80 to $160
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not own
a house. Come and see, you are not
compelled to buy and i wontj give
these lot3 away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. " Jr
rive acre lot i mile trom city for
$2j() part on time.
Eleven acre lot i mile from city
for $5.00 this is extra fine.
I have three pieces of outside prop
erty which I can sell and under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now I will
furnish the ground ana you the work,
work h what hurts rnc. If you, will
do the. work at a fair price I will give
you a clear deed for the land; if you
can t the work come and fee me, I
may lind some one who will do it for
Ten acres for $ .100 00
" " " 000 00
Several small tracts well improved
and adjoining the city, for sale at
40 acres, wild $ 600 00
80 " improvM 1G0O 0o
120 " " 2000 00
1C0 " .1000 00
200 020O 00
2W " " 0000 00
Finei-t btock Sarin in Cass county
$10000. Iwng time, and low rate of in
tercet. 1C0 acres, wild $2,100
1C0 ' - 2800
teO " " 12C0
80 " 41 3200
160 acres, wild, Rep. V'y (cash) $1000
Cor. lot 3 ll'keVrom shops (eheap)$100
1 3 " " " 175
2 " 3 " " 160
3 cor " 2 " " 4.10
1 " 4 " " 175
3 cor " 2 " " 150
2 " 4' N. Gth Ftreet (line) 300
2 " " Picnic Hill " 200
1 " " Washington ave' , 3.10
1 " "1 bl'k from Main st extra 400
Improved city real estate in abnu
daccc. I can find what yon want in
this line if you will call and see me.
Business houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will be
asked six months hence.
Stores and dwellings rented and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't ce what you want ik
this column come and ask for It. .I've
proUnbly missed just what you' want. .
Oflice open nearly every even ing from .
6 to 8. --
Good new house and two fine lots.
iu geod location price, $800.
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