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OPERA HOUvE BLOCK
Orders taken for ULON BUOS.' HIIIItTR.
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND,
T fotad U tb City. Xw guoJ ftt price
Faimers, you can save from to 1 cents on the pound, by buy
ing wire of unwarranted to be as good as any wire made. "We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HAUL) WAKE, STOVES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Rock wood Block.
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
IRON FItONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
... v AND CASTINGS.
Onr facilities or heavy work in Cola runs ahd Castings for Business Houses ara
unsurpassed in the State.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equippe.
for all classes of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. We duplicate all easterr prices, eavlot
freight and time.
Parties buildins? ia any part of the State should rrite for our terms of cavmeP
CASS GOTXDTT1T WOHK3
Mth tll -M. PLATT6MOUTB, KF3
MASON & HAMLIN
ItRNKY F. M1LLEK and
ON LOWElt MAIN STREET.
ot L1ooIc Stves5
" CjJasoIine Stoves,
tntt defy coDiprtion. GWe inc a n
AMI SB TTOIDK.
And Tinners' Stocli
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOU IS. MO
i' lie Plattsmoctli Heral PnMisliHU. Co.
TBIS, THAT AND THE
The Platte on a JSemlcr.
An Old Soldier Drowned at
KAIN AN1 WIND.
Ilahtings, Neb. duly 0. A heavy rmi:
storm viited Nortti I'laiti- lurt night.
accompanied with a liiyh wind. The
I'lutte river has left its bunks at that
point, and the low laud are ovei
llowed. A MKMUEK OF THK SMITH FAMILY.
Boston, July 6. Timothy .Smith, a
trusted clerk ia the broker'ii otlice of
John Pickering & Mosley, U a defaulter
to the amount 1 $170,u0i, loni in buck
et shop speculations. S.nith wua v r
r-teU and ci.fesM'd.
A U AI.I.OONIST'S KXrEKIK.CE.
ilins.l.tle Fa, Jily 6. A telegram
lr 'in Oiimley, the ajr nuiur, who started
from here Juiy 4, ut 3 p. m., say e he
landed in the Catskili mountains in a
severe hurrieauo. He had a terri'd
A BOLD HOBBKWY.
St. Louia, July 6. Jouu (j. rhuus.n r,
a messenger in the German Cuutiumtui
bank, this afternoon had a wallet eou
t;iininj S2.ot0 and several ehecks
wrenched front him after a de-perjtte
struggle. Gerhaiisser chaed the thief
three blocks, but i t track of him in a
crowd, and the thief escaped.
I'A YM A STICK WASfeON.
San Aittonic, July G. Major Wnsson,
ilxr-ihltinrr ti-u nn!i-r crcncrnl iinluil
ef e B
by lieutetiaut liartlett and three non-
eo iiinii-ioned Hirers, starts this after
noon for the Leavenworth, Kansas
peuitentiury, to serve out his eighteen
months. He desired to publish a fur
ther statement, but permission was de
nied. SKKVKD niM KIUI1T.
Otsego Lake, Mich. July 6. A 6iee
ial says Alexander Peney, fifty years
old. attempted to enter the houso of
Amos Bidwell while the young wife of
the latter was alone. He had visited
the house earlier in the day, but had
ieft alter making improper overtures to
her. When he was observed approach
ing the second time be was warned
by Mrs. Bidwell, and failing to heed
she shot and killed him with a Win
DHJWSED IX THE BLUB.
Crete, Neb., July 0. Andrew Odea
an old soldier living west of Crete, re
ceived $850 pension money yesterday.
and after depositing P0 in the f?tate I
bank, proceeded to All up. At half past
nine be was noisy drunk, and the mar
shal started him for home. He turned
off his course, stumbled into the rirer
and was drowned. Parties btve beeu
dragging the river all day, and his body
was recovered at six o,clock this even
TIIB ALLEGED DUELISTS.
New York, July 6. It is reported
this morning that the duel alleged to
have been fought be ween J.thn Arruoy
Knox and D. B. Sheahan yesterday,
and which resulted in tin wounding of
Knox, is a hoax, and that the princi
pals never left the city. Many are of
the opinion that the whole thing is a
practic d j-ke originate I by Knox m
his own interest, and k is certain that
he h id no intention of fighting Nei
ther of the men has shown himself
since the first reported breach between
them, and nothing definite is knowa in
regard to their movement.
AI OLLO C MHAN'OEKT.
Chic-igo, Joy 6 Arranenieu.s
have been completed tor a pilgrimage
of Apollo coniinatidery, of tiiis city, to
Europe, which is undertaken iu lieu of
attending the tii-auuuat conclave at
Su Francisco. The Sir Ivnithrs wtii
leave Chicago next Thursday, arriving
at New York Saiurd-iy. and after 111 u
ing a parade in thir ci y, they win
board the stenuer City of It miij.
Arriving :n E gland, the p irty will go
at once to London, where a reception
will be tendered them by Knights
Templar there. After leaving Loudon
they will eparate, some going to
France, and the remainder to other
poiuts of interest on the continent. At
New York the pilgtims will be joined
by a delegation of eastern Knights,
and the en' ire number will be about
THE LARD IS VEoTlOATIOX.
Chicago, July 6. Iu the lard inves
tigation before the board of trade com
mittee, in which Mc(eoch charges
Fowler Brothers with adulterating
pure pteam lard, the case for the de
fense was concluded this afteruoou :
with the testimony of Prof. Delfield, of beeu a constant increase in the vio
Rutdi medical college, who exhibited a lence and extent of the solar storm
series of magnified photographs ol lard
and tallow, showing their difference ia
crystalization, together -with ope-imeus
of adulterated lard. The prosecution
then put on the 6tand Wm. Martin,
formerly fireman for Fowler Brothers,
who corroborated the statements made
by other w If newt to tb ffect that
tallow and beef bones were nixed
with hog fat and put into the render
ing tub, nod the product put in tierciB
and labeled ''prime tleain." He knew
this positively, because he had em Ire
chargoof tbe rendrriug. In December
last, between 5,000 mid 6.000 liciceH of
this Btuff was made by Fowler ISroth
ers. Hnd liercfd at prime Bteuin lrd.
This evidence contradicts tlmt iveu
by I'rof. Hose, chemut lor F.wler
N ATONAL NEW .
The Cadet Engineers, Etc.
Washington, Juiy 0. Toe Frcaivseui
returned lrrnu Me a Yolk ia.v niglil uu
the late truin, aul weui to Hit- u.Uieis
Iloiue, where becretur) Line ln aiii
Ueueial Crook are now in tuii-un tion
Willi In in coiurriiii g iiM Oiopoi; i'.n iu
be made oi the opiuieu Apaclien.
Sect eta; y Lincoln, aceomauied by
General Crook, had a coitltience with
Secretary Teder tuoay in icard to the
disposition of the Apache captives.
fciL-eietary Tellei informed an Aociated
press reporter that lie declined to re
ceive the captives ou IheSau Carlos res
ervation, and be responsible lor their
good behavior. A pmp tiitiou was
made to Lum theiu over to the war de
puitineui police con lot ol he reser
llou aliu hoid that Ocou; uielil l'espou
nlle lot Hie goi behavior of the In
dians, but the matter was .eft iu uej
ance for the picsent.
Alter leaving iLe lnurioi departnient
Sene.-i L,i..cni -i.il (j. 11.-1. ,1 crook
pioeeeuid to ihe Executive mansion,
Wheie ihev uici ine I'ltaiiicin. Tiie sit
uation at AuhCariob agency Aas thor
oughly discussed, out no pia.u dttiuitely
agreed upon. In auwer to mi inquiry
fioui a leporter Secretary Lincoln baiu
that theie was no probab.lity of a nis
hgreeujeui between the war and inter
ior departments uiou this question.
"The heads ot the deartmeuts io not
disagree ," said liucoln, Mipy aieotriv-
i iuif for a COUIUIOU ol Ject, the Ocaeet ill
.... . ..
' 'i""""1" U1
klud. 1 he secretary thought a pian
Would be decided Upon within a d ij or
KKFLBED TO HE DISC 11 ARC ED.
The Cbdet eugineeis of the class of
who have been lioulitd ot tlieir
distuissal from tiie navy un.iii ine pro
visions ot llieaotoi August, lso4, re
fused to accept their dldCi.l'-e iuil i.:
year's pay tendereu witu it. tne ixuu
j of claims decided that Una ac-i. had 1.0
' application to these young men, while
j the secretary ol the navy litre. dt-a ui-
rectiy to the couii.oy 1 hi- aiiici.i 1
fen bound to re.-o c tut .t-c.o mia id
the court. It is uuacist 'ot in.. l 1. iv-' lc- j
retary will not oppoot; th rvior c;on ol .
these caueia 10 the so. v ce oj t-.e .aI j
WILL. SUKKtNDhK TilK ICEhUU V ATI JN.
Asa resuit ot ihe couteience Willi
Secretary Teller loans, duel Mo&ce
agreed to eurieudei the rsci v,ti;un in
Wasuingtuu icri woi. ati eei ic u.iii
bts people on the coiyiue aesti vation
aiijoiuuiif. It is expected that toe
agreement between lue goer. uncut auo
Chief .does aiii resiut ia throw i.g
open for settlement two m.liioit acres
The attorney geueial received a tele
gram from Euwanl Guthruige, TJued
S atesa lorney, dated Mimoia, Texas,
saying thai Charles ilaughi, iae
couuty judge of Marion t.uuuiy. IVx.,
and the principal witness in the Ma
rion county election cases, was niur
dered on the 3rd inst., it i Mipp.tsed
by parties indicted iu the United
States court. The attorney-rciier.li m
ttructed Gulhridge to examine care
fully and report fully upon the cir
cumstances of the murder.
A telescopist in Rochester X. Y.,
has beeu taking a jtcep old Sol,
.nd iiudo viioi'gh to r. count for the
m tcoi'digical oistur. :ii;c. s antl ele
vation of tvmpeiaiuie of which peo
ple complain at present. Disturb
ances on the sun, he soys, have
recently increased with great rapid
ity. An observation yesterday re
vealed a view tint was somewhat
appalling. A group of sun spots,
that was jiiit making i'.s appearance
on the 23d, had reached the sun's
centre and had spread over a vast
area, while a new group of immense
propoitions had made its appearance
on the east. "This group consistsof
two ver- large sports conuected by a
chain of smaller ones. The region
is torn iu every direction. About
the two great storm centres there is
1 rl an nf o rr 111 i!innr m rtinn 1 r
tongues of white flame which sur
n una the dark chasms of the spots
are bent in the direction ofthe cyclo
The area of disturbance is now
greater than at any time since the
sun - spot period began. Ihere has
during the last year. The tremen
doua outbieak of last November is
fairly dwarfed bv the present convul
sions. Unlesss the sun is undergoing
some permanent change, it would
seem that tbe storms must soon reach
a climax and subside. But eo long
. I .. oriuit tin. f
lent 6U)rins and unaccountable weath
er on the earth. The precipitation
of rail! over the north temperate zone
has already become a matter of gient
i-onceru. ami there are no immediate
pro-ipects of a diminution. The wa
ter has been pumped into the air by
the sun's increased heat, and it must
defend. If this state d thingV
should continue for two or three years
more, the moat disastrous consequen
ces must follow. In the natural course
of events il is expected that the solar
disturbances will M'on subside. Ibit
the.e is no telling what may happe n
in our whirl through space, -Chicago
Ones More the Boy Is Ahead.
I New York Mar.
Among the guests of a New York
ii(A as u maiden lady from the ru
ral districts. The landlord noticed
that about o'clock every night she
came down stairs, get ajpitcher oi ice
water and return ve her room.
"One night," he naid,4 I made bold
to speak to her, ami asked why
he did not rini? the bell for a hall
boy to bring the ice water to her.
'But there is no bell in my room.
A "No bell in jour room, madam
103- let me show you," nnd with
that I took the pitcher of ice water
in my hand and escorted her to her
apartment. Then I pointod out to
her the knob of the electric bell.
She gazed at it with a sort of hor
ror and then exclamed:
' Dear me? Is that a bell? Why
the hall boy told me that was the fire-
; alarm signal, and that I must never
t.on-li it, except, in case of lire!'
j "And that is how the hall bov sav-
ed himself the tiouble of going for
AND OUTFIT FREE.
u r want men. women, lioyn aul nirl" to work
rilit in their ovii towns. vut ins ami neiiilib-ir
li od, on fftiury ir coiiiliil.SHioii. It if a pleas
ant hiisint-sH w lf-r you. ami you need not le
awav fr.-.m liomc over n'Klit rt chall bi K ail
! siiir.su in tie worm. All tllosw who engage
to I II
you an ouint Irre to start you in iu
with us make money rapidly. You eainhote
vour wlmle tiu or your snare ntoineiits. If you
leeil to eiuaK in a paying biisiiiei-s, write at
once for full particular.
$. IX GOLD FOR A POSTAL CAKD.
The i:l)ove is a bona-fide ofl"T, made to any
ette who will aecept, and write earefully on a
poft:l caril the names an J addr-sse of any
lio'k ajrent, ,s;winir machine or fruit tree ajjetit
aid -emit- ua. Send in l he iiame- and vre
i i.u ixnv it is !!i . Heiii' lut'i'i', !
p t tl .-suit to secure t'"f'1 c. ''.! n
; o m n ! & ! ;'!'
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HO SE CHOKING & WACON RKIWIIMNt;
All K l.dS Of Faf33 i IE tiCSL tS u'ESuCf! ?llt
Neatiif.-" ami !!(atcl:
Horse, 31ulc& Ox Shoeing,
n short, well shoe anything that hap
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe
Comp and see us.
n Fitfti S' between Main aai Vine Strwi
1st ;v.ps.. e corner from th mkw II Kit A L
PEAL ilt IX
FUEUITUIIE f C0FPI1TS.
aiifl all kind -if jjihs n'i.il'y "T :i
Also, a very complete rtuck of Funeral Goods.
r Metallic&WooflenCofflns CasietSjRolies,
Our New and elegant hearse It always In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
Can be 1 bu nd the largest and
best stock of
In Caes County, nt Hod K'ock Pricej. KenifiiibiT the place.
D. (K. IIinEIHlLIL9 SolclProor'tor
TLh our trade iiicrvnsiMsr vIaeai
oilier. coBMlstiH olTdnfill
FIRST. Uef.iuRc we
possible livinr prices.
S ECO N D. Hccause
j)riccson J JO tlays time as for
THIRD. --Because we
prices than any house in the county.
FOURTH. Because wc treat all alike, and e;ive ?'
every man the worth ol" liis money. ?
FIFTH. Because w; sell the half-moon hruntl of
white lead at (i.Ufi per 100 pounds, v. hi!e others realize )
(5 50 to J?s.00.
SIXTH Because we sell Vrall Paper from 10 to 15 j
per cent, cheaper than our neighbors. j
Are these not enough reasoim
Valuable otttlots for residence) pur
poses. Sage's addition lien south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy ol
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron'r.
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE.
rg . cd
AT JOE McVEY
You will find Ihe Finest Imported
French Urandy, Champaign, and other
Fine Wines, I'ure Kentucky "VVhisKies,
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE B2KR, Fresh
lieer always on draught, and Fine Ci-
i n w & . a. -i
lallr to Mrke OmrlD-n. Sena for it ! P
D. M. FERRY & CO. OeTRCUT M .ok-
Sheriffs Sale. .
ByTirtue of an order Uvieu by the district
tudge. I will, on th ttrh dy of .Inly i8 at
clock p. m.. rell the renmiuder of the tock
formerly owned byj M. Woodnon. coniFtinir
or teas, crockery. pla."w are. citrar and -.tore
outnt. aiid also one top bumo'. oue spriuK
wacon, and ODe aet dotibi barneoii.
,, , K. W. HYKES, Sheriff
Boots and Shoes,
nell all ooiIh nt llir lowct
we Hell nil
good at f-nntc
roods at lowef
sell the same
L C. SI. J;, ailfl G
Safest. Best and Most Mr
LINE IN THK WEST..''
Magnificent D ning Car.7,
Ea:.t Day 0oacbe
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
2 Onialia Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City 'Trains Daily,
t Lie: ison Trains Daily,
Two ".Traltm for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Bioai Qit
Awl all point In northwest, witn
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Xjbs s City an3 51. Pad
All train run on tirii.coiiii-tliiK friiU polnth
East West, North & Soutb
1 ick tH tor mm' nt all rt-fiilar ticket offloMi.
nfur. na! ion r ir1iu.' r.tle, time, AC. ctiovr
il Kiveu :? a(Mieiliiif
J. K. IUhnahti.
A. C. Pwi., tieu'l Hu.
tien'l I'rt.sg Aiin
rr Uyw;, iwjyy, jaacmne ami flow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I wn now prepared to Co all kind of rcpalrioc
of farm and otlnr machinery, ae toer
Is a good lathe In my utiop.
The old Reliable Vaon Maker
ban taken etiarxe of tfi. wKoTsp.
lie is well known a a
no : workman:
TXT, . , r . . , . .
LATE UN El I., Prop'r.
Escf Hnltoa PctjC Yea! CMcleiis. ic
Court autlv u band.
Also it kinds r ' A HK in naaub, itad ev
erything kept In a
H RSTCLAS 51 IJ AT SHOP f
At loweat possiLilo rates.
521y PlJTT8MOUTH. NKB'J (
GAFF, FLElSCHMiN & CO. V
COMPRESSED YEAST. :
The best yeast il use, received frwh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAT ,
mornings. Ctx. . plied uy
, : m j
nit; mm, LiiiG
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