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Order taken for V II.SO.V I'.KOS SHIRTS.
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I'lTI'.I.I.-HKO DAILY A. Ml WKKKLY
Tbc PlaltsMlb Heralo PnljlisliiD Co.
A MIXED MESS OF NEWS.
Genoial Crook at Tucson.
Indian Matters in General.
y y 1IKXKY F. MILI.KU and
MT J3. TODD'S
AT SAUK'S OLD STAN., (X I.OWtli MAIN STUKET.
ITIse IBa& EjSEse 1 (Cook tove9
66 66 66
To be found lit the City. Xev.-jjoods at prices tliit defy cainpet Ion. Hive ih a c-;ill
Fanners, 3'ou can savo i"nni to 1 cents on tlie ponnd, by buy
ing wire of im. warranted to bt as uih1 as anv wire macle. Are also
keep in stock a general assortment of IIAltD WAIIE. STOVES . sinl
TIXAVAKE, and sell as cheap a any Hardware house in the country.
Call and Pee us in the H.'1;vmm1 lilock.
i iick'U, J une Uiok and atalT
.mivt'd tli id cveniug. TJio population
gi-'lei luiu tuLli usiaat ically.
( 'liicngo, Juue 2:J. Tbe national cx-j'.-Mtiun
of railway MpplUncesi, viiich
hi- In ( ii in progress heic one liioutl),
;1..-t'l ljnight. The alteni.i-;cc ilur
ui l!i: veek iKua very frj;at, and
ll w.-.s dt'cid.-tl to keep he oxjiosi tion
opt u 1 u ! weeks longt-r, but the build
ing wad leased fc.r oilier puriose, am
thus was prtvuuted.
OUUKU3 MIOM HEAUQUAKTEKS.
Vashiijgtoii,Ju;ie 2.0. General Crcok
ha b.-tn ordered here by the secretary
oi'uiiribr eousuitatioa as to tha final
cli.-pu.itiua ot' the eaptured Apaches
Ihe wur ilepai ttiunL I1.13 rece:vea no
ttlici;i' itiforinntion of the unival of the
t'v.rf at ban .'.iii s, and !; instruc-
. v. t ) son I th -la th'jre have been ent
r- O-j; rat Crook.
hoh:; niAN surrosKO.
Chicago, J iMi.'- i'.j. Tlie lard failure ol
Mcueocb, Kvei inham & Co., rovs
on. I woi-e as irhe actual state of
:li'aiin deviriopes. Tin ir liabilities were
tirsr put t -JIXJO.OOO, theu 2,500,000
lo niiys a;".!, is. l.utss;ey, receiver,
sm 'li ; M :.!': iv:i mil i exceed ij'5,
Oi.'O.ooo. Iu an ijw Miailit he
sai.l tii liabilities mi ov;- sti,(K)0,000
Ol ti.i uui :tiout 4,0itt,0U'J arc !uc
Chiei-m bunks, which r ctivetl bird as
coMiUend The remuin::i liabilities
of over 2,000,00l irc distributed iu
l.wc ;in! .-tmali sums. . The laigest iia-
biliiy Ui an Pidividual is S120,0CO, and
tb$ere-evoral of100,000. This es-
tiiuato .Iocs not include Milwaukee
paMif. Only a wck before the fail
ure. JfiiO.OO:) w.:.-- nceivf d from Mil-
TOU'1.0 by !h- fi::n. -iii'1 all Rwnllowed
V in liinl'k'HtS lor S'.-;i; nielli 01 ;u'-
c'oiv.ns outsidi?. Mr. IJ-nsl'.y sijn thi-
onlv :iiseti' :ro 810.0 )') and 1 V- otnee
A COTTNCIL. MEliTINC:.
San Carlos, June 25. ly order of
General Crook the Indians of S in Car
los reservation were culled by the o n
mendir.g ofllcer of the post to meet
the returned Chiiicahuas and give ex
pression to their views in leitdto
their remaining on the reei v itiou.
The lueeiiiiif was presided uwr by tl e
cotuitiaiidfrg cjlcer, asid was .uid.esstd
by Loe, chiet' of the AVarrn .Spring
Indians; Bonits, leader of the parry
which killed Judge JleComaa and wi:o,
and captured tiuir s-ju Charley, an 1
Mouago, chief of the rennantaf Vic
toria' oiv! band. The substance of
their teu.a. ka T'S that they weregl .d
tojrei b. c to ih.' agency and be under
the protection of Genes Crook.
Tli'T would settle down aud be good
Indian;-, as they have promised the
General. They said they had no
friends at S.iu i -ailutf, and wanted to go
to lire Apache country to be with
friends. Tlie tone of the speeches of
th captive chiefs showed that they
reauzr-d the hostility of t'ie agency hi
diiuis, whose silence at the meeting
Aironj tho? present w -re Mnyor Law,
Rev. i:r. Ribt. Collycr, Thon.Ar. ullage,
E 1 ward Iieechcr, and in uiy other di
tingutdhed ne r-oji were 011 tho stage.
Mr Heecher, IIurri-t IScecher Stowe,
and other memberH of the Beecher fam
ily occupied boxes. On the entrance
O" Heecher on Hi sta ii ; was :re?tcd
witli t' gr. :tu-st enthusiasm, the audi
ence rising and lo ally cheating. Profes
sor Chiles -i said th y hal come to
hon r a philosopher, a poor man's
friend, a lucr ot'nat:;re of llowvrs and
chi dren, toiouor one whoie nurne will
stand for centuries. lik' .Alont Ulauc,
aljue in his fame. Ir. Chun. II. Hall
was nomiu it-d f hail man. On taking
the ch iir he said although lieccher bad
been the most abused mau in tlu coun
try, he was never known to utter an un
kind or severe word of any man. Til
egrams of congratul.xlious and letters of
regret were read, among which were
those of ex-I resident Hayes, A brain
Hewitt, Professor Daua, George F. X
Curtiss, Presiilent White, of Cornell,
Governor Cleveland, cx-govcrnor Cor
rell, Governor Sherman, Wendell Phil
ips, Fred Douglass, Mark Twain, P. T.
liarnuni, General Hancock and hund
reds of others. Resolutions expressive
of respect, etecni and affection were
adopted by a riaiDg voice. Robbie Got
thiel, of Broadway temple, read an ad
dress printed on behalf ol his fellow
New York, June 25. The emigration
commissioners held a special meeting to
cjnsidcr measures to prevent pauper
immigration from Great Rritian. This
action is called for in view of the 2a rge
arrivals of pauper immigration yester
day. Commissioner Stephenson said he
had procured alndayits lYoin several im
migrants showing that they had been
inmates f several poor houses in Ire
land, aud were induced to come to this
country by work'.iousy mastcis, fioiu
whom t.'iey had got pmsago tickets aud
small sums of money. The commission
ers considered the lauding or paupers
Iirgely duo to the luxit o. the manage
msnt at Castle Garden, and recouimtnd
eu tout inspectors be aponntcu wuo
would not be afraid to do duty. After
further discussion it was resolved to
iustrucL UK secietary of the board to
detain all emigrants proved to have
been seat here by fuudo furnished by
the British government, and to appoint
a committee of the board to wait on
the collector and to present the affida
vits taken in regard to such case?, and
to ask the steamship companies which
brought eucli immigrants here to be
compelled to return them to the port
from wheuce thev come at their own
expense. While t .e meetimr was in
progress the com miseioiicrs were in
formed that tlie steamer Anchoria had
just arrived ji h immigrants whose
passages were paid iy ihc British gov
ernment, an 1 who weio paupers. It
was resolved not to allow the Aiichor
i's pus.-e.igers to laud until the inspec
tor made a thorough investigation. The
commissioners express themselves as
determined to put a stop to the lauding
of pauper immigrants from foreign
countries. The committee laid the mat
ter bsforc Collector Robertson, who
promised to take decisive action at
ever there had been a battle or a hos
pital, and on the 22d of Fcbuary,
1807, enacted another establishing
national cemetrics, and providing
for the removal of the remains of
those buried on fields of battle. Soon
every rural and village graveyard had
its squad, eveiy city cemetery its
CJnipany or reit'M .it, and every nat
ional ceuictry its division or corps
of the known and iiu'cnowa dead of
q n s
Cbeoiistry has discovered no remedy' sjiix rior
to Arnica I' r neauziK external eruptions rrc
ly irotrtxl and combined, it iias 'jao-equal
Can Ic foil ltd the largest
best stoek of
Trunks, Valices, Boots and Shoes,
In Cass County, at lied It n-k Trices. RcmcniTicr tlio place.
... IE!. HIIlElIR9&iLlD9 Wmutfger.
jJ iirji cLL
TT otir ivnAe: Snevensints; wBssi
ft Hi I I . IR Bationoi arnica. WU1
IlpH- and ronglinetta
01 m SKin, waeiner CRueea iroui climatic innu
encoa or the use of HUKTFUI. COSMETICS.
Will cure pimple on taw and neck,' rendering
clio Bkni tMHt and liiir. invaluable in San
KIh-uiu. A family remedy for cuts, burns, lirmsoa
tt.ni sores, i-mci, i turjs, xsc
nellirhtAKBV to e r
fumed, liurhly jnei
ica tl.v- Abaolutoi
ly pure. Ketps tbe
sum irom cnapping ant imparts to. it Jnw aui
a iivaitiiy iflow. unrivalled lor icieanfna tha
b: h.) and eradicating dandruff. 'I no looat
Sect toilet soap in tho world. 1MUCE, -R5 cva
A medicated article
01 rare merit.
jen t m aU v pi mples.
full w a wire fats and
.ii(int,iini.Aii a 1'iuuiuur,
Kndorsoil by lieading BarlWBwbo say'ef
"Without parallel as a Bhaviri soap." ltich in
lather and lasting. Keeps tha lacqijuid neck free:
irom punpies. rtuxi ii eta. ror a large-caKe.
tiole. ever limv&pcbd;
aa It not onlv'wh-
es tbe teeth thoroughly, butho, conkhinai&a
with arnica preserves and toarflenrf tb5 iruuib Jilt
gives to the breath a swjet.-4oata odor.' Jtai
taste is delichtfuL PrIce,a5o a Jbox'.-r :xv
AUdruRgists se t the abjpve :vttolei'0r wo Will
mail thorn, postpaid, 011 receipt. otprici.'.rt:-
Sole Proprietors ahd 'Martfrs. Chicago.
in .An i one s m k
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
-v. x. x xi 1 1 i-" 1 ' m 1 1 m mm t i mm t
ST. LOUIS, MO
1 ron works
WATMAN & KIRBY, Propi's.
Pla.t.tsirLoiTt.li . :Ngd.
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS.
Oar ciliti' b for heavy work ia (Jv fuinu-i and CVsiina lor Buiues llousus are
" nsur aaaed in the Stitte.
MACHINE IMPAIRING of all kinds. Our Machine Simp is fully equipped
all classes of work in iron.
Patronize Ne'raki miunfu-tarincf. We dapliHe H amipfr prices, saving
" rht and time . . r -
p.rtjes building fa affyfIt' the Strife shoald write i'uf our tt rms of Oktn,i
A TKUKIELK CAL.A3IITY.
j London, June 23. Intelligence of
an iippalliug calamity at a place of
amusement in Deervi.-s on the shore of
lake Coiu, is Just jeceived. Daring a
puppet show performance tbe struc
ture took tire and was tntiiely de
stroyed, i'orty-eeven lives lost.
ibe bliow was in a lai;e bo. I wove.i
u tavern. J here were ninety persons
in tbc i::i-l. Uenal light was used to
ivpiesent u and sparks frm this
det lire to a iuan'.ity of straw ami fire
wimvJ in an adj . tent rooj. On pei
c:vinj; tlie Ilui?3 tho show 111 in aho-ii-rd
- J-'ire! Tho sptcia'.ors thonyl.t
the c y was merely a lealistic detail ol
the sIh-w. and remained seated. Cries
of "Fire!" were soon raised outside
the hall and the audience thinking the
affray had arisen iu the street harred
1 he heavy door leaking from the hall.
They did not discover their mistake
until tlie 11 -lines burst in'o lh : rooja.
AHer the file " i:S ixlinuishe I for -seven
corpses wer Touiid n.'nr t'.v V.
tie. including Die bodiuji u( the show-
inaii and wife.
A large portion of the Liniies are
women and children. The woundtd
were hurt by leaping through the win
dows. A child was Hung out of a win
dow by its mother, and f-II upon a pile
of strv. Tuis ii the only ':ic4LJI;h
cpee'atorH prent in the lull Uuu-Wus
nEECU Ell's BLOW OUT , ', ' J
New Y-rk, June C'5. 'Ihe nctuUmy
ot music, iu Dro-ikfyn. was overflowed
tills eveuii:r by ihe lreds and adinir-
f r pfIIen-y Ward D .ei -r. :i.- -mhjj-d
to eeleWh MTi' V.
The 30th of May.
Oj the 30th of May, 1861, the Nation
wa irming for war getting ready for,
the people knew not what. There was
anxietv and lear in nearly every home.
for nearly every one had sent a repre
sentative to the armv. But of all tlie
Usiou soldiers Colonel Ellsworth and a
few others only had lost their lives
After a few weeks of preparation the
volunteers had been ordered forward,
and the people realized that actual war
OntheSOdi of May 1862, Gen. Mc
Clellun's army ia the east occupied
Port lioyal, and Gen. Hillock's army
in the west occupied the rebel sortifica
tiona at Corinth. The battles of Bull
Ituu, Dou3l8on, Sldoh, and Port Koy
al had been fought, and the battle of
Fair O-iks was fought the next day.
The people feared the stern realities of
war, and there was sorrow as well aa
anxiety in thousands of homes.
Oa the 30 of May, 1863, Grant order ed
ihe erection of earthworks at Vicks
bMiv, The emancipation proclamation
had been issued, the Kittles of Cuan
ecllorville, Fredericksburg, Stone
Itiver, and Champion Hills had been
fought, aud the people had settled do vn.
with grim deturmin it:on to fight the
Btru2rle out. cost wht it misrhr. .. .
On the 80th of 3Iay, 1864, Lee, m idy
his last offensive movemcut against
Grant on the Chickahominy. Th bat
tles of Gettysburg. Chickaiuauga, Cfiat
tanooga, andKuoxville had been fought
Vicksburg had been captured, and the-
Wilderness campaign was fresh iu the
minds of people.
On thc 80th of ii ay. 1865, the n.oru
ug papers coutained the amnesty proc
amation of President Jolin ?o!i. Lee had
SLirrenderoJ- Richinoud h-id le.'ii taken,
the march to the sea Ii i l deea made, Jeff
D.tvis had been captured, the vr wis
at an end and the boys ho hud worn
the blue were homeward bound.
At this tine the peopie thought mos
of the 700,000 returning soldiers and
their triumphs. But not many weck9
passed before the heart of the nation
turned with a fresh outburst of pity
und sympathy to the 150,000 wounded
ud sick detained in hospitals, 'and be
fore another year bad p ased the 280
OOJ d3 I sol liers clamed more attention
lhaa the living. .7
A early as April Jg? 18G6, con
grers t'naeted a lawpviccting the
mT"siIim h p r oh
"I1 in 1 .nunilnn Jelllmivl 1 1 1 U Ul I ULlu
a ill-" m m r; ? - -
LINE IN THE VsT?'
Magnificent D ning Cars.
Eienart Dar Coaches'
L'ood.-i nt snnm
' yIRST". Bccatisn wc sell all gootls
possible living- i)riccs. " -
""S"ECOND-liccausc wo sell a!
prices orf vJO tlays time as for cash.
'" THIRD. Because Vve .sell the same "oo-.l-i
ricc:than any hoiise in the county. -
FOURTH. --Because we treat all alihe, ami tpve
eV5ry man tlie' Ayorth of lus money.
r:r FIFTH. Because we sell the hall-moon Iiiantl of
'wiiile.Jcad at G.25-'per 100 pounds v. hi !e others realize
i'-gPCTH ..Because .we sell Wall paper lum 10 to !."
per cent, cheaper than our iieighKors.
-A i e these not enough reasons
c - - - .
?;Ie doing the business?
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
I AISTTS, LI21E',
fSfiOlwest w2la.tes.'ITfe2?ms Cash
2 St Louis-'IVains Daily,
2 Omalia-taiiiDaixy, V 5
Apajys u.ortfc'vest. !tu
f V 7- -vVf T
-J i ! T T T T .-- . . r w i -. r
(Chicago, Cuytinston Ouir.cy
All tralajLrira on time.connectinK iarall points
E ast est,' North & Scutb
lick-et for snle :it alfreular ticket efiicef,
nfonnation reij inlin -ratee, time, &c. cliet r
Hy given cy ad iiessin
J, F. ItARXAUn.
A. C, Dawks Geu'l Supf,
enl iass Agn
At the down-towu salcon,
CPPOSITE THE PERKINS IIOUS",
Keeps acoinpU'te line ot
WI 3XT K SI,
a. 7 --j--7f:-' -C a-. :.ir ...
T- 1. -t' - '. -! l A
Between Kansas CHy ana St-ife frfevrr w? a ;;;y : i"- ' -jr
COINC EAST AMD WEST.
Elegant tay Coacha, Var!or Pars v. :tli ncli
."the famous O. H. Q. Wi.lnar l rs ruri flriiiy ta an-1 ! Fiari-rrtoji. CWar irapi'la m.4 AJU-n V H
GOING NORTH AiCU SOU
f . I - , r ; . 1 . . . . .
from Chicago ft Kansas fty, Ct-icaw & oun.jil
BlulTs. Cliicairo & Ues Moin. CIiil-.i'-o. fit. Jo
seph. Atchison Oc. Topeka. Onlv tlirouh line be
tween Chicago, Unci ln & Denver. Through cars
between Indianapolis & lunoirLJuTs via feoria.
All rnnnprtinns mndM in 1 ' r. 1 1 .1 . -1 1 1..
known as the great TUROUCH CAR lnE.
lTtui '.a .Mi;pr-enrtf.:i.m I'n: ini rxiu::i. i'i r,
Cham to and from tit. 1jii.s tn.i I'toria hti-l to
ai.u irom ct. LOUIS ana t'UIJ.'l,!. Oliiv t-n
rnanpe or cars between ht. lyojU tfit lni
jnoiiics. towa, tjnooia. .Nelra)ti.. ua i..ivi r.
It U univxrsal a Jmittel f j L i tjie
m 1 - a r -. . . t n.11 . , ... . . . .
w ruioai ciuippea nanroaa in mo tvoria ior an Classes cf Trove;
(T. J. TOTTER. 3d Vice-Pres't and Ocn'l Manager. PEKCEVAL LOWEIX. Oen. Pass. Ag t. Chicago. j
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEEB,
ALE AND PORTERr.S. -
KEUG'S OM AHA i BEER.
and tUe best ltraodvAf ICentucky
91 -whisKfcH. - - '
Opposite Perkliujiouae. Plaxtbmotuh.
NEW : ...
J". I. XTZLSTIETJDEECf
DEAL KUS IN
- and all kiudn ot goods jjniiully kopt in a
it . m
riauT clamh 'i if.-iTi:ai: itui:k
Also, avery eonipe-'iific of Funeral Goods,
Our Sott and, c!wit liesirselsalwayfjii ..
' . f" rf-adi;it-ts. '
Remember rheV rIac6, jn tTNiON
- PLtiCK; on Sixth Street. TWO
V Doors sooth of OasB Coun
ty Bank. -
Whear we may be found nltclit or dav.
HARRIS & UNRUH.
fVagon, Bwjgy, Machine ami l'luio rc
t pairing, and aeneral ioblino
am now prepared to Co all kinds t,t rctiAiriuir
of fana and other machinerv, as tuera
la a good lathe In ni shop.
PETER It A 17 EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Ma lie r
baa taken charge or the wacon 01..
Ho Is well known a-i a
AT JpE McVEYVS
ou ni. t;iia l?ie iinest lnii-tilei
I reneh llrahdy, ChaiapHin. imtl ialit r
tmu iii, j ure Kentucky wuskI
several of 'i hp test and must i rnl
brands fof i UuTTLE 11 EE 12. Krpali
il ways on
on dranght, and Fif C
graves oi aomiers
ittj . vr . Vtij jf 1. n h 1
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