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AT SAUE'S OLD .vJAXI),
in- fi.iiu I iii t!K I it y. New ioiI at inicfs
F;u nu-r--. yi .u c:m save iVoiu :? to J ec-r.ts on the pound, Lyjjii--in
wire of u.varnintel to he np;oo'l as .iii.v wire in:ile. We"also
kitcp in stock a general assortment of JIAltDWAKK, STOVES and
TINWARE, ami ell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Kockwood IHock.
WAY3IAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
IUOX FKOXTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
Our ciliti'.s fr heavy work ia Columns and Castings for Business Houses ara
lisur nss'd in the St.ite.
MAC II INK RKI'AIKIXG t.t a!l kind.s. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
all classes of work in iron.
Patronize XtVaska manufacturing. We duplicate all easterr prices, savin"
yht and time.
Turtles building ia any part of the State should write for our terms of casticos
CASS GOTJSTTT Z23.G2T WOXlISa
JJrch 11th, 82. pLATTSMOUTII.A'F3
IASOX & HAMLIN
tlrit U )y ei:ii l ion. (live r.te ;i call
- ni(i mam Diuoa.
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOU IS, MO
Tte Flattsmontb Eeral PnMisMiio: Co.
('rook and (lie Indians.
Wnsliii:t;toti, June 27. The following
coi icfii)ndei)ci hus tuken place be tween
(Jewrals Drum and ('rook, relative to
the report that the captured Apaches
h a I been foiced on the rewerviition at
"Washington, .June 23. lien Crook,
coiinnauding the department of Arizo-
uh: Tlie secretary of the interior baa (
shown to the secretary of was a tele
graphic dispatch from Agent Wilson,
saying that the renegade Indiana were
forced on the reservation on the 24th
inst. As the secretray of war in his
dispatch of the 18th inst, gave special
directions to keep the prisoners apait
from the Indians who continued peace
ful, hesiipposes.fof course, the ayent is
incorrect in his statement as given
above, but if his orders in this respect
have been misunderstood, he desires
to n peat the instructions of June 18,
and have them fully carried out.
Signed II. C Dkum,
"Whipple Barracks, June 20. Adju
tant General of the army, Washington :
The report that the Chiricahuas had
been forced upon the San Carlos reser
vation is incorrect. The facts in the
case are that those who had surren
dered were sent forward under
a guard of four companies of
cavalry and Indian scouts, my in
structions to Captain Crawford being
that the Chiricahuas should be kept
with the scouts until other arrange
ments could be made. The Chirica
huas who went after their families told
me that they would joia the column at
the line, or should we have gone too
fast then they would follow along the
mountains i.nd come in at San Carlog.
Wo have no need of communicating
with them until they come in at the
agency, and if the first arrivals find
those who started back with' us, and
are not with the scouts, we destroy all
chances of ever returning them to the
state. As a matter of humanity I
am anxious to set iu the last of this
band so as to leave nothing undone
for the recovery of the captive boy
Washington, June 27. The follow
ing is a copy of the correspondence,
conducted by telegraph, between the
secretary of the treasury and the col
lector of customs at New York in re
gard to the pauper immigration:
"New York, June 2G. Charles J.
Folger: The commissioner of immi
gration hare notified meof the arrival
per steamer l urnessia, alter they are
lauded, ot sixty-six families from Ire
laud. The commissioners do not certi
ly in the language of the law that tie
emigrants are unable to take care of
themselves, but they are from the poor
houses. Their passage was paid by the
British government, and nearly all
heads of f imilies are furnished with
drafts for small amounts. The persons
having landed, please inform nie what
action, if any, 1 shall take under the
law. The immigrants are being de
tained by the commissioners.
(Signed) Roueilstox, Collector.
Washington, June 'Zl. Collector of
Customs, New York: Though it is in
ferable from the reports of the com
missioners that the immigrants spoken
of in your telegram today are within
the meaning of section 2 of the act of
August, 18:2, the section gives you
jurisdiction only wherein the commis
sioners report their conclusion as well
as, or instead of the facts. Refer the
case back to them, for their judgment
as to whether these persons are unable
to care for themselves without being a
public charge. If the commissioners
report affirmatively, put the persons
back upon the vessel, and do not per
mit them to land. If negatively, or
if they decline to report their conelu
bio, let the immigrants depart.
(Signed; Foi-GEn, Sec'y Trens.
ENCOUNTER WITH ROAD
Capture of Outlaws.
ATTACKED BYROAD AGENTS.
Helena, Mont., June 27. At three
o'clock last Saturday morning, while
the Helena bound Deer Lodge coach
was crossing the main ridge of the
Rockies, eighteen miles west of this
city, two men with handkerehiefs
tied across the lower part of their
faces, stepped from the brush and
ordered the driver to halt. John
McCormick, post trader at Fort Mis
soula, was on board with the driver,
and drawing a six shooter he quickly
opened fire on the highwaymen, and
one was badly hurt and crowded Lack
into the brush. The other returned
McCormick's fire, seriously wonnd-
ing one of the wheel horses. The
team took fright and ran, and was
soon out of the robber's range. Three
other passengers were on board but
unarmed. A treasure box was on the
coach following the one attacked.
Oflicers from Helena are on the trail
of the robbers.
liismarck, June 27. A special
from Little Missouri says: For some
time pust the life of Marquis Demars
lias been threatened by Frank
O'Darnell, the leader of a gang of
outlaws. On Monday morning at 3
o'clock O'Darnell and his gang rode
into town and began firing into the
hotel and other buildings. Several
persons narrowly escaped the bul
lets. The sheritf of Morton
county, with a posse of citi
zens, today pursued the outlaws,
.overtaking them a mile from
the railroad. Riley, one of the outlaws
was killed in the meiee. O'Darue.'l
ami the others were captured after a
hard 13.ht. There are threats of lynch
ing the prisoners. O'Darnell's threat
against the life of the Manjuis was ow
ing to the fact that the Marquis occu
pied too much land for his sheep und
SHOT AND KILI.KO.
Uiwcago, J uue 27. V 111. Ivay, pro
prietor of a boarding house at Pullman
a suburb ol this city, shot and instant
ly killed Thomas Dawdle and George
Fox, two young men, this morning
The deceased had lived with Ray, acd
had made threats against las' life. Tiie
tragedy occurred in the home of Ray,
and he asserts that the act was in self
defense, lie surrendered himself to
Philadelphia, June 27. Dr. Isaac J
Hathaway, in the cellar of whose resi
dence the remains of many infants
were found buried, was convicted of
having performed a criminal surgica
operation upon a servant girl April 8
and was sentenced to pay a fine of $500
and imprisonment for seven years, the
fullest extent of the law.
Most of the Nominations
made, by Acclamation.
Prohibition Carries the Day
Des Moines, June 27. The republi
can state convention met at 11 o'clock
and elected John A. Kasson chairman
Mr. Kasson, in a short but enthusiast
ically received speech, thanked the con
veutlon for the honor bestowed on him
He referred to the favorable auspices
under which the convention met, to the
economy and success wi th which the
affairs of the nation and state had been
administered by the republican part y to
the high credit of the state, to the great
reduction of taxation effected, to the
low rate of taxation in this state com
pared with that of others, to the reform
effected in the civil service, and to the
protection given at home and abroad to
American citizens. He declared that
without anticipating the action of the
convention it could safely be said that
the republican party of Iowa is not in
favor of free foreign trade or free alco
hol, but rather in favor of a free mark
et ft-r free homo industry and enter
prise, a free press, free schools, free cit
izens. In the great and unending de
bate between the Iowa home and the
Iowa saloon, the republican party ren
dered one year ago today a decision
that it could not and would not take
the side of the saloon. lie counselled
moderation and conciliation in debate,
and closed by predicting for the party
in Iowa, a victory unsurpassed by any
The committee on resolutions is as
follows: First district, J! F. "Wilson;
Second, J. Mahau; Third, Daniel Kerr;
Fourth, Aaron Brown ; Fifth, Rev. S. X.
Fellows; Sixth, F. Campbell; Seventh,
J. S. Clarkson: Eighth, Gen. A. J. Baker
Ninth, Jno. Y. Stone, Tenth, D. D. Mir
acle; Eleventh, J. X. Miller.
The state central committee: First
district, C. A. Lisle; second, W. C.
Giegory; third, W. G. IJjnuau; fourth,
X. C. Deering; fifth, Charles Weaver;
Sixth. W. A. McGrew; seventh, Eii
Wilkius; eighth, A. B. Shaw; ninth,
rm. Waddell; tenth, B. II. Harkness;
eleventh, Fiuley Burke.
The afternoon session of the conven
tion assembled at 2 o'clock.
The committee on credentials report
ed every county in the state fully re
presented, and no contested delegations
The committee on permanent organ
ization reported a3 follows: Chair
man, Col. D. 13. Henderson, DuDuque;
secretary, Calvin Monroe; a vice presi
dent from each congressional district,
and one assistant secretary from each
congressional district. The report was
Mr.-IIendersou was escorted to the
chair, and made a speech full of fire
and enthusiasm, pledging to the home
as against the saloon, and to home in
dustries against the influence of British
gold power. His speech was enthusias
One of the vice-presidents was Addi
son Hhodes, of Mahaska, a former
slave, who had been sold on the block.
The committee on resolutions was
not ready to report to the convention,
and on motion of Rev. J. II. Loaler,
Buren R.Sherman was renominated for
governor by acclamation.
Oa motion of Aaron Kimball, of
Howard, O. II. Manning, was renomi
nated for lieutenant governor by nccla-
On motion of Mr. Russell, Profes
sor Akers, ot Lyon, was reno ninated
for superintendent of public inlruct-
iou by acclamation.
The convention proceeded to an in
formal ballot for supreme judge. The
ballot stood: Mitchell 2U2. ReeJ. 2J7.
Ruddick, r:, Reingrr.er 78, Chas. H.
Lewis 23, Day 133, W. L. Joy 1, W.
At this point Gov. Sherman and lieu
tenant Governor Manning were pre
sented, an 1 returned th inks in eloquent
terms for the honor that had been con
ferred on them.
The convention then protended to the
first formal ballot for supreme judge.
During the progress of this ballot a
scene of uproarious mirth ensued, by a
delegate from Woodbury county c.istir.g
five and two sevenths for Day a.i I sev
en and twelve sevenths for anolh r can
didate, and insisting upon it. Before
the ballot was concluded the counties
began cheering for Reed ami it became
appaient that he was the successful caa-
On motion the rules were suspended
and Judge Reel was declared the
nominee of the convention by acclama
1 u r
cnomlBtry na8 discovered no remedy wipei-io
lo Arnica r r noaung external eruptions, proper
ly prepared and combined, it iiastto equal as a
mS Tiio tuuheut conden-
HEation of arnica. Will
Bpeedily cure cliap-
B JfMl aiius, cra-K-ci
Iiis end rouirli i!m
or me SKin, -wnemer caunea irotu climatic influ
ences or the use of Hl'liTFUl. COSJVIKTK.S
Will cure iiuipls on litco unci nwk, reudi-rinn
tno BKin soit aim iair. iiivaiuuijiu tn ."Suit
Klicuni. A family remedy for cuts, burns, bruises
auu sores. Mnujt jjm a uuks, X3c.
neliirlitfully r e r
lea ted. Absolute
ly rmro. Keets the
skm from cnanrans and nm.arU to it m
a litaltliy kIow. Unrivalled for cleaning tho
setup ana ciaaicasinK uanoruir. rne most per
xct tonec soap in uia -worm, fiuuu, a cent,
A medicated article
of rare merit. I're
veiit all pimples,
ll fills worn !! arid
Kndorsed by Leading Barbers, who say of it,
"Witnouc parallel as a snavmtj Boap. Kich m
lather and lasting. Keeps the face and neck free
from pimples. 1'ilICJO 15 cts. lor a larjfe cake.
Is without question
the most perfect ar
tide ever produced,
as it not only cleans
es the teeth thoroughly, but the combination
with arnica preserves and hardens tbe puma. It
eives to the breath a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is aelicntiul. J'rlce, zac a uoi.
All druggists se 1 the above articles, or we will
emu tucui, postpaid, on receipt oi price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicago.
WILL J. WARUICK,
L G. StTlM C
Safest. Eest and Most ReiiaWs
LINE IK THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Care,
Elei:a:t D?2 Coached
2 St Louis Trains i.-aily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
9 Atchison Trains Daily,
Two : Trains for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, SicraxSCity1
Aod all points in nortlivest. with
Pullman Sleeping Gars,
Between Kansas City and St. Paul
Yi n T HO UKC H AIGE
AH trains run on'time.connectinK for all points
East West, North & South
1 icke tf for sale at all reeiilar tit-ket oflicee ,
nformation ri-g trdin j rates, ti:ne, &c, cheer
ily given ty addresfiiuii
- J, F. Barxard,
A. C, Dawes, ;eul;Supt,
tien'l l'ass AKn
n iu Do maiUxl nucx to aU applicant, and to cu.
tomew of last year without ordering it Itcontaln
bout 176 poK. 600 illustrations, price, aoeurato
Tie Fail Li
utfifiuuris suu luuauia UincQonn lor DlADtinr
1M0 varietJe of Veiretable and Flower Seeds.
Hants, Fruit Trees, etc Invaluable to alL eaoeal
tally to Market Gardeners. Bond for it I
D.M.FERRY&CO. OETROIT Miotv
C. G. HEROLD'S
Louisville Branch Store !
Can be ibuiicl tlie largest and
best stack of
" In Cass County, at Vcd lln-k
ILs fiSri trade Increashi wBkcbi
ollar ecmpSioxa of diall
FIRST. I5ecau.sc we sell all goods at the lowest
possible living prices.
SECOND. Because we sell all goods at same
prices on 150 days time as for cash.
THIRD. Because we sell the same goods at lower
prices than any house in the county.
FOURTH. Because we treat all alike, and give
every man the worth of his money.
FIFTH. Because we
white lead at $0.25 per 100 pounds, while others realize
$0.50 to 8.00.
SIXTH. Because we sell Wall Paper from 10 to 15
per cent, cheaper than our neighbors.
Aie these not enough reasons
be doing the business?
COBUER OF JPIDA.TZTa
W s jp -
DflllT Frnrnsa TMlnO fr.. V, . fit
Kansas City, St. Ixjuis. and all points Kast.
rant Pullman u. I
all ttunntrh trains, and Dining car-east of Mis
iri!i h. ihIibsH; tn ,i.vi
Thrntmh Tfnlnu .1 f . v. t -..a
cheif uiiy fuis!n upon
' ig- A SsfKA S-rJZJ? '
'BURLINGTON- hOU 'E
1 v c,.. v v ?- -i. V-c --. -v- 4rX uy a -
SMC EA3T AND WEST.
Ki.'.-a.t Ray Coaches. Parlor Cats wi-.h Itrcliti
tn;r i liirs (seats fre-). Siaokin? Cus
.'s. with Ite -
nf Carj au l
Jaiiy to anj
volmn Chairs. Iniwinin Puiun Sit-riti
the famous C. B. & O. Diniti? Lars run
from Chicaco & Kansas Ctv. tJLitaro .s!- " vunril
Bluffs. Chicago & Ues Monies, t'hicnyo. St. J-
soph. Atchison at Topeta. Ouly throuj?l line be
tween Chicago, Lincoln & Dent-r. Through cars
between In iianapolLs & Couooil BluQi via feoria.
All connections mart's in Union Iv-nots. It iu
known as the great THROUGH CAR LINE.
Finest Eauipped Railroad in the
T. J. POTTER, id Vico-Preat and Gon'l Macacer.
Gents' FflnisIiDE Goofls
Boots and Shoes,
IVin-s. Keiiiemlit'i tlie pliicu.
sell the hall-moon hrami oi
all kinds op-
t Spates. Terms Casli
- V i.rtuir Li jfriivrr C'tnrirriPff
in X jitoii Ir..,i f.,r all points in Colorado. Ctalj.
California and thcxtiiiirR We-t. TIih a.lvc-nt of
t lUliiip pivfsthe travr?lfr n w itoute to IIia
i tS h" si entry and ad vantages uncqualed
Dai!v Pvr.ro.. in. r,.. t. .
"n t all l!if lnip .rrant ftm: and hB,.
t.LI Mil LJr'
GOING NORTH AHD SCUTH
oiil Trains of Met-ant Dor Coai-hca and Pull
mar. r"iUac? fL-l-piiig Cars ar run daily to and
frorn St. luis, via Hannibal, Quitw-r. Ktsoknic.
I l:ui :in'.-ton. Cedar Kaptdsand Albtrt Lea to St
I'aul and Minneapolis: i'arlorCai-s sitli ICetlininH
main to ana irotn bt. luis ana J'eona and to
And fmm Kt TMlia Anri HtnmmA i tri I v nn
cnanire oi cars between bt. ixuut and ut;f
Moines, Iowa, Lincoln, Nebraska, aud lenver ' ',
It is universally admitted to bo tbe t .
World for all Classes of Tnvelr I )
FEBCEVAL UOWEUU Pen, raaa. Ag t, Chloaco.j f
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