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if GENTS' FURNISHERS.
Order taken for WILSON mats.' siMKTs.
P WMHOT-News Depot,
AT SAO!-:S Ol.H STAND. iS
Viae BB?4 iilsae
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To lc i.' Jti'l in tii.-' 'it- . N-v Di; pil.-v-s
7ho and 8hc9
Kaimoiv, you can .-ave t'r..un to V cev.ts on tlic pouml, bv buv
xv w ire ot'iiwarraiitesl to be as good as any wire made. Ve also
keep in stock a general assortment of HAIiDWAKK. STOVES ami
TIXAVAItE. and sell cheap as any Hardware hoiK-e in the country.
all and see its in the Koekwood 5Uek.
Cass County I
WAYMAN & IQRBY, Propr's.
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
1 . AND CASTINGS, -p
uOnr facilities or heavy work in Colu n.rs and 'Castings for Business Houses aro
nsurpassed in the State. ,,., . e ,i i
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
for all classes of work in iron. ' ...
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. Se duplicate all eastern prices, saving
freight and timt!. .
plrtlcs building ia tny part of the State should write for our terms of castings
1 CASS aOTTITTr X23.02ST WOESS
March llth, 2 83. pLATTSMOUTIT. NF3
-MASON & IIAMLIX
IlKNStV l MILLER niul
l.OW l-'M .MAIN .-TllKMT.
i Jook Stoves5
.!.-Ty ;-? ii.i:. ; i i? me :i r:t!!
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOU IS, MO
J L'l.l.rMIU DAILY Mi WKKKLY
Tiis FlailSEicinii Hcraiii PiiblisiiiDg Co.
riii' Civil Service Commis
sion' it Jjnltimoro.
Railroad Accepted, Etc
.1 JiKI'AKTM KNT OI'INION.
NVuhhiiiirtoii. July ll. I'ost master
Adihin, of IJultimore, recently wrote to
l'ostnianter Ot-iieral (Jrcsh-un that the
civil HervitM. ciuiinissio:i was in commu
nication directly with members of "the
lora! e:iinhjin? hoard at Baltimore,
v. !:o wire employees in his cilice, and
that in hi. s (Adrian') opinion, tlds was
detrimental to the discipline of his of
and enntrary to custom, whkh rc-
fjniivs ofli.-iii! communication to .iihor
! diuafes to go lir.-it to the heads of de-
p-irtinenis. llie posima-acr gnnciui
h.'- replietl to Adrian that he sees no
improprh'ty whatever in the civil serv
ice cnjinias5o:icrs communicat.ug di
n tly with Un- iocal board of examin
ei s rela'.l vi to - lu ir dutiea under law,
notwithstanding tliat they are employ
i in hi' ollice. The postmaster gen-n-dsay:
"They are subordinates of
yours in an offlchd sense, hut in respect
to the du'fcs devolved upon tliem by
the ! v j service law and the rules as
in.;tjioer? ilie local board of examin
e: re, :;iid s.'iould be independ
ent, v.. authority except that cre
ated nnd conferred by the law. Every
object and spirit of the law requires
thr.t they should be entirely free from
any intcriVreuce or supervision on the
part of the I;-:mi ofih'e in rn:ittr-rs relat-
to their ivi! .-ci vic" duties. lu this
c.'.se I ttiiok il eatireiy proper that tlie
civil servieu commission should com
munieatc directly with theet iu mut
ters relating to their duties :is members
of the board. Of course it i' to be pre
sumed that tlie commission will do
njthing in this behalf that will inter
fere with tho discipline of your ofiiee
of that would be opposed to the spirit
of civil service law."
THE CIVIL SERVICE,
Dr. Gregory, civil service commis
sioner, and Chief Examiner Lyman,
have returned to Washington. Eaton
and Tliomxn are ex peeled this evening.
An examination of applicants for cleri
cal position in the executive thprt
ircp.ts will o ht-ld tomorrow i'lid Fri
day. One hundred and ten ;i; iicuts
h tV: been notified to appeti; e;;cli day.
These examination's are for the purpose
of creating a list of - eligible"5 persons
from which vacancies hereafter occur,
ring in the executive departinei ts are
to be filled. i bout 300 applicants for
positions In the departments of the civil
service at Washington have been placed
on file by the com mi? sioncr. The ap
plicants recently txamined ic the vari
ous cities by tlie members of I he civil
service commission uml lhe c!iief ex
aminer will be notified by letter iu- to
thv'ir standing, as to ja as the papers in
tlieir respective cases can hit f-xau ineu
and passed uyon.
THE CKEtK Dn'KK'L'Ll'V.
Secretory Teller has decided to :ij
p im coiKuiissioner to visit the Indi
an ;ciiiiory to investigate the differeucs
be:- ien hhe Spioehe and thv Chicot
factioas of tlie Creek Indians.
The i'; si:lei;t. huA necepled the hfty
tiiiles recently constructed of the
North-, ni Paeinc railroad iu Montana,
westward from the G23ih to the 075th
the United States steamer Vandaliat
from ihs West Indies, has been quaran
tined for fear of yellow fever.
The Sand Lots Orator in
A Gy clone in Kansas.
A Brutal Murder in lowa
J MUSK l-AUi'ilR.S.
j Boston. July 11. Two hundred as
sisted emigrants arrived this morning.
I Most of them had money and are bound
i w est .
' YELLOW VEVEE.
Galveston, July 11. The fever strick
cn bark Salome, fully supplied with ev
ery requisite, sails for Hampton Hi ad
A dispatch shows that there is no abate
ment of yellow fever tit Vera Cruz
The weather is Intensely hot.
AXOTIJlii: BANK ROBBERY.
Albany, June 11. The bank of
Franklin was robbed early tlds morn
ing of $$00 in silver. Two families
living near were found gagged. The.
safe was blown after two hour's work
The burglars took out nearly the whole
front ot the building, and set fire to
the papers. The money of the bank
was ia the safe.
dennis keabney's meetj's6.
Chicago, July 10. Au opcu air meet
ing was held tonight, at which Dennis
Kearney, of California, was to speak.
Owing to illness however ho did not ap-
pe ;ir, I unload, however, Stephen MJ -I!!,
of California, Kearney' coadjutor.
spoUe upon the solution of the Cniueee
question in California and the plan
which Kearney nnd ho were tufting for
increased wages for working men, r.nd
fixing railroad tarifi and charges in
other lines of business on tins increased
pay ns a basis. Uetween 400 nml 1,000
p r.'on-: were present.
TKornu: on A train.
Tlreenfieid, 111. July ll.-()n Tu-sd iy
night, four harvesters boarded a freight
train at WhitehtJl. twelve miles north
of this place, to steal a tide. While at
this station four other men boarded the
same cur apparently for the ame pur
pose, but nlttr the truiu was in motion
they drew tlieir revolvers on the tirst
four men, and ;:fle.rmakirg them de
liver what money they had, drove them
off the running train. One man named
Patrick Wright fell headlong and was
killed. The four tramps responsible for
the deed were arrested at lirighton yes-te-day.
Titusville, Pa, July 11. An excur
sion train from thi3 city, containing
about seventy live members of Masonic
lodge, while returning from James
town, collided '.vith a freight train on
the Ilutralo & Southwestern at two this
morning, two mile3 from Jamestown,
instantly killing George Gates, conduc
tor, M. D. Colby, brakeman of the
freight train, and fatally injuring "W. J.
Jones, another brakeman. No one was
hurt on tlie excursion train. The en
gineer and fireman of both trains saved
theinselvc3 by jumping. Both engines
were smashed to pieces, and man'
freight cars. The lorce drove the ex
cursion coaches back twenty-five feet,
but they kept the track. Colby's limbs
were crushed to a jelly. Gates, con
ductor, was roasted in the ruins. The
cause of the accident was the failure
of the engineer of the freight train to
CYCLONE IN KANSAS.
Dodge City, Kas., July 11. A cyclone
struck Cimarron station, on the Atchi
Topeka & Santa Fe, eighteen miles
west of here, at 4:?,0 p. in., today
wrecking six bui'.dings, besides a large
livery barn. Nobody was injured.
One large building occupied as a bil
liard hall, was picked up and entirely
turned twice aiound, and set down
some yards away, uninjured. Wires
are down and particulars unable to be
ITolton, Kas., July 11. A tornado
struck Soldier City, a town of two hun
dred inhabitants, eighteen miles west
of here, last night at 10 o'clock, com
pletely demolishing sixteeen buildings
and injuring a number of others,
among the buildings blown down were
two general stores, ont drug store, one
livery stable, and several residences.
Two women aud one child were killed
cutriyht, and sotae fifteen injured, sev
eral seriously. The storm pasted from
the north directly south. Mr. Stephen
son, ex-sheri:T of this couuty, living a
mile south of Soldier Citv. lost his barn
and hot house.
A BRUTAL. MURDER.
Des Moines, July 11. The particuhv
of the murder of 11. Li. Clingan, of Pol
yesterday, as far as are known, are as
follows : Mr. C'ing-ui and hij clerk, D,
Charger, were closing the store for the
night when two men came to the door
and said "Good evening, gentlemen,"
drawing revolvers at the same time,
and without any warning one fired at
Ciingan, the ball taking effect just
below the left collar bone. He died
iusiantly. There is no clue to the per
petrators. Squads of men on horseback
spent the night scorning this region
There is a report that the pursuers are
close on the track of the muiderers
two horses they had stolen and ridden
nearty dead having been found aban
doned, and t wo mre horses stolen there.
It is generally supposed that this is the
second chapter of the mysterious mur
der of Stubbs, mayor of the place, la6t
year, who was shot dead by masked
men who entered his bed room. Clin
gan and he were treat friends, and
Clingan had been taking an active part
in ferreting out his murderers.
Notica to Stock Owners.
All stock found running at large in
the city will be taken up and confined
in the city Pound, us provided by ordi
nance. The changes upon stocK so taken
up are fifty cents a head, for taking
up, aud fifteen cent: per day for feed
ing, which costs must be paid before
stock can be taken awav.
P. B. MULPHY, Chief of Police.
j Plattsmoutu. July 11, 18S3. ll.lit
Wanted From five to ten thousand
smokers to call on M. Sehlegel for his
new brand of fivn cent cigar, "The
.Piide of Nebraska." Try them, and
you will smoke no other. dlOSlG
REMEMBER if you want any cloth
ing, hats, caps or furnishing goods, El
son the only one price clothier will give
vou 20 per cent from the marked price,
until Aug. 1st, 1S83.
; oney avea.
I By inlying your goods for cih of V
i St. Baker. 1 will guarantee to save you
i 23 pel cent, on dress goods, trimmings
j etc., if you will give me h chr.nce. Ve
: have ali the new shades in buntings,
i uwus veiling and other seasouaule goods.
Cheapest line ot ladies, and children's
ilosiery in the city. A few dolmans
aud uisters to be closed regardless of
cost. Best value in parasols and fans;
, rock complete in all departments and
must be closed out in limited lima for
crab. Give me a call aud save money
7.3d&wtf w. II. Baker
20,000 envelopes in XX white and
blue, in good quality Manilla, and in
nils sizes, ju3t received at tnis office.
These envelopes have been bought at a
bargain, and parties deBiring' envelops
fhouid leave orders, I03tf,
Old papers tor sale at this office at
orty centa per hundred.
ETC., ETC., KTC
Of A 11 Dcjcrtfjlion.
METALLIC BURIAL CASE?
f nil su'. ready made ..ml sM rlie apfw.nh
MY FJX i: 11 FA Ii$ K
IS NOW' KKA1V KOK SKhVICK.
With muny lliaiiks lor past pairi ng-,
invite all to call ami examine my
3Hf. KLKXTfUF. AMI rOFFIXM
5 co c
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1. 1. SIMPSON
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ill IflOUMllbU uuo.
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EX TRESS CO..
WELL'S FARGo & CO.. EXPRESS.
Oflleo iu Rot'kwood Blo:k, witli Jolmson Bros
ciwiuiBtry tiM ciincovprod no remedy fij period
trrnieaf v liealinK xtorunl crupClnus. Proper
ly prepared ana coiubiiioO. ii I1u3.no equal as a
Ttio iiibest conUen-
eation of amica. v ill
speedily cure cliai-
-l liiuKls, crack, cl
i's Liid louImesH
of the skin, 'Whether CRTiFed from dimotic inHti
encea or tlie use of JITltTFUi. COS3IKT1CS.
Will euro pimples on lace ami fleek, rendtrinp
cho Bkin Bolt ami fair. Invaluable in Salt
Kheuni. A family remedv for cuts, bums, bruises
a iU sores. F1UCK 1 AlllXAl. WCliKS, 25c.
DelisrhtfuUy p e r -fumed,
lv Dure. Keens tlie
Bkin from chappinsi and imparts to it life nnd
a healthy Blow. Unrivnlied for cleaning Ibe
sea ip aud eradicating dandruff. The most pet -feet
toilet Boap in the world. JKKICK, 35 cent.
A medicated article
of rare merit. Ire
vnU all pimpled,
heals n aore faeeand
MAKES SHAVING a DELIGHT.
Kndursed by Leading Barbers, who Bay of it,
"Without parallel as a shaving noap." Kich in
lather and lusting. Keeps the face and neck free
from pimples. 13 cts. lot a large cake.
A TOOTH SOAP
Is without question
xne muBb jwitui ai
tide ever produced,
a it rnt ot)1 v cleann
es the teth thoroughly. 1-ut tho combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the stums. It
pivea to the breath a sweet, delicate odor. i.t3
taste is delightfu I'rice, 25c a hox.
All drufisista se 1 the above articles, or wo wi a
roa'il them, postpaid, oil receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicago.
WILL J. "WARRICK-
PI.ATTSMOUTII, XFTlIi ASKA
xornncc; else iu:t
I a:u iroiug to ilo all kinds ot shoeing, and
'o nothing f-Nr, and if you want a good hone
shoeing slir.ji in this town, now Is your time to
patronize i'.ie. S'Jop on Wathinston Avenue
CB'-Oond Satisfaction Guliranteed.
vl5tf Plattsmouth. Xel.
jgSfJj State & Kcnraa Sis.. Chicago.
r ..... . .. . i.t
CA r ALOOUE.
for loJ. -i Kutfrs.md
of iD,tiaiU U. SmII. C,im. IVtiu,
IP.mnwnt E:iu, CiivLMop.
i Uiuni'i, mb tscta.la Initrw-t'on mod fcx-
A R 1 1 1 C A
A IF W-PIT
reap some menviii irum fum
low prices we siv
low a lew of our prices.
Strictly Pure AVhite Loal, (half inonn brand) $GM
Haw Linseed Oil, er gallon, ' I
Warner 8 Kidney and Liver Cure, 4'5 '
King's New Disco rv Cf
These are only a few off oran
low prices, all other gooda
at rock hottoin prices.
We warrant all our floods Up
he Just us represented.
C. G. HEROLU'S
Louisville Branch Store!
Can he found the largest aud
best stock of
In C;i Comity, at !!-d H-k
0 A .M-JliM- J " "
CITY of lMiATTS3lOUrni
Valnal outlots for i-.si-.ienc pur
poses. . Sage's addition lies south-west ol
the city, and all lots are very easy ol
access, and high and sightly.
ri- particulars call on
' E. SAGE, Pron r,
SACK'S II A RDWAl'E STORK.
AT J0K McVEYVS
Vou will find tlie Finest Imported
French Rramly, Champaign, and other
Fiua Wir.03, 1'ure Kentucky Whisaies,
sevciJil ( f tin1 hest and most popular
brand3 of UuTTLIi XEKU, Fresh
Ucer always m draught, and Fine Ci-
I nil to &U ADTiicuita. mud to cue
tomera of lata rear without c,rrtnntt It. Jtcoot&lua
about 176 pas". lilmrtrttiouii, prices, accurate
descriptions aud valuable directions for plan tiny
lSuu varietiea of Vetretable and Flower Seeds.
Plants, Fruit Tree, etc la valuable to all. eapeo
lally to Morket Gardeners, fcend for It I
O. M. FERRY & CO. Dethqit Micm-
By virtue of an order Issued by the district
judjte. I will, on the Uth day of July. 18S. at
2 oVlock p. m..ell the remainder of the tock
forn'ierly owned byJ M. Woodfon. con.slnting
of teas, crockery, glat are. cigar and tore
outfit, and also one top buggy, one spring
waijoa, and one set doubie hari'es.
K. W. HYPES, Sheriff.
M. A. ITAFTT'lA V, Plff'S Atty. 1f9ittflr-.'t .
the public shall
Gents' Msl Goods.
Boots and Shoes,
Priee-'. Hemi juIk t lit" j.l.ve.
Tlie Fail Lie
K. C. St. I and G - JHF
Safest. Best and Most Reliatile
LINK IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Caw,
El!ffaLt Day Coacl;-
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
! 2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
3 Atc'dson Trains Daily,
Two .Tralni for
St. Paul, llinnaapolii, Sioux Oitj
And all pointit ia northwest, wilii
Pullman Sleeping 0ars
Between Kansas City and St. Paul
WI T HQ li a? C HANGje
All t. tains run on tliiie,roi;i.fotitip for all pMnl
E ast W est. North & South
'tickets lor salu at all rcsular ticket oni:-,
' nforiaation r;;trdln rate, tl.no, t-c, rlipr-
II Kiveu cy addiesniu
T. r. r.AiiKAito.
A. C. Dawfji,
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow r-
pairing, ana gerteral jobbing
I ani now prepared to Co all kinds of r ilr ir-
'f Ina aud othr machinery, m tot-re
I? a good lathe In toy iioi.
VET Ell It AU EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker"
hastaken churfie of the waj;on anop.
lie well known as a
-NO : WORKMAN.
New Wadena and IlnsKte aade t
LAFE a NEIL, Prop'r.
Beef Mutton:' Per: Veal CMcte. k
Conntantlv on h.MC.
ALc. all kind.4 of UA.TIR it sca-n. nnd ft-
eo'thln,-: kept In
rift.ST-CI.4SS MEAT SIIOl f
At lwet possible ratea.
sniy PLATTSMOUTn. NKMU
GAIT, FLEISCHMAN k CO.
The best yeast 1 1 use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mowings. t'rit -.'pi tat by
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