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:PEC.A WOUsE BLOCK
" fU " irnnmnrs
oil! On iviMn re
V- U U U U Utt M w u
der taken for WILSON EROS.' 8IIIRTS.
MASON & HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
L3Z 13. TOJDD'S
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON LOWEIt MAIN STREET.
lOTie HSest JLiiio ot LVok Cloves.
f 66 (Uasoline Stoves,
: 66 66 IFinware
; 66 66 (Keneral ILTarrtware
To be found In the City. New goods at prices that defy competion. Give me a call.
A3LCLT. ED TTdDBDED.
Ik Platismootli Heral ?Milm Co.
THE STRIKE FAILING.
But few Respond to . the
I We have Just received
Cno assortment of
Spring; Wagon Tops,
which Me will sell at prices within the reach of alL
Come and See (Our (Canopy TTop.
THE LIGHTEST, NEATEST AND MOST CONVENIENT
(Also a complete Line of Men's, Boys, and Ladies' Saddles at
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
THE BALTIMORE A OHIO.
Baltimore, Aug 7. Ihc officials of
the Baltimore & Ohio telegraph com
pany make the statement that all the
operators at Camden station quit work
today. Not one remained. They have
reports from nearly every station along
their lines of road, and the number
striking and leaving their posts dees
not exceed a half dozen, and the places
have been supplied. The strike at
Camden station they sy, is not of a
serious nature, as the main office at
Baltimore and Calvert streets can be
used for all work of the Camden sta
tion. A WALK OUT.
Richmond, August 7. The strike of
the operators on the Chesapeake &
Ohio railroad causes no inconvenience
to the company, only a small propor
tion of the men having quit work. All
operators west of the White Sulphur
Springs remain at their posts. The
places of the strikers between Char
lottesville and White Sulphur Springs
were easily filled.
THE STRIKE NOT GENERAL.
Chicago, August 7. From the beet
ad .ices attainable it appears that very
few operators have left the employ
ment of the Wabash and Chicago &
Alton roads. It was expected that the
full effect of the strike would be felt at
New York, August 7. The Western
Union officials declare that fifty-nine of
their wires were cut last night and of
.a -.y. a .a .
ier iuuu lor tne detection ani convic
tion of the parties.
v NOT QCIT YET.
Fittsburg, August 7. Up to 1 :30 this
afternoon the operators on the Balti
more x Ohio road had not quit work.
At 2 o'clock one-third of the operators
working on the Pittsburgh division of
that road quit
THE FOREIGN NEWS'
The Cablegrams From
"Warranted to be as good as any wire made. "We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STOVES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Rockwood Block.
And Tinners' StocH
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOUIS. MO
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBT, Propr's.
MANUFACTURE US OF
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
AND CASTINGS. , . JT
facilities or heavy work in Columns and Castings for Business Houses ara
massed in the State.
ACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
all cle of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. We duplicac? all eastern prices, saving
'r oghnndiir ia toy part of the State should write for our terms of castings
ARRESTED FOR CONSPIRACY.
London, Aug. 7. A dispatch from
Liverpool says James McDormott ar
rived there yesterday on a vessel from
America and was remanded to jail on
charge of being engaged in the conspi
racy to murder public officials.
London, Aug" f. A special from
Paris fays that at a dinner ic that city
a fortnight ago Ruizzarilla, whose
name was mentioned in the proclama
tion of the insurgent at Badoios for
president of the republic, made a speech
in which he declared in an excited man
ner that he would not return to Spain
until the rtpubliE had been reinstated
THE REVOLUTION IX SPAIN.
London, Aug. 7. The Times corres
pondent at Madrid says the rising of
the military at Badojos ended in a most
undignified manner. Very little harm
was done by the insurgents beyond
slight damage to the railroads and the
robbery of regimental and municipal
moneys. It is doubtful whether the
movement was a serious one. In some
quarters the outbreak is considered
only Dart of the programme of a gigan
tic stock-jobbing operation, induced by
a certain clique, which for a long lime
has been making extraordinary efforts
to destroy the credit of Spain.
COMING TO AMERICA.
Many members of parliament go to
America during ihe coming recess.
tiik government's polict.
Motions were ffiercd in commons
last evening against the policy of the
government in regard to the Transvaal
and Zululand, but were defeated how
ever, after speeches had been made
against them by Gladstnue.
Lisbon, Aug 8. The authorities at
Elvas disarmed 900 insurgents and
some civilian fugitives from Badajos.
It is reported that the object of the up
rising was to cover up a robbery of
public money, and that a 'deficiency of
0,600 has been discovered in the Bada
Madrid, August 8, General Blanca,
commander of the forces ot Estraman
ura, will make strict inquiry into the
causes ot the rising at Badajos. The
rhe papers severely blame the officials
of Badajocrfor alllowing the insurgents
to surprife them. The insurgents ar
rested the prefect, general command
ing the troops and four officials in their
beds Sunday morning.
OCT ON BAIL.
Berlin, Augusj 7. Krazowski, the
Foliiltftrtbtnr t&vtfsIMttt tele
nected with a conspiracy, has been re
leased in 30,000 marks. He remains
under the supervision of the police.
HELP FOB THE SUFFERERS.
Trieste, August 7 Two thousand
florins have been collected toward a
permanent exhibition to be given for
the benefit of th sufferers by the Ischia
REORGANIZATION IN EGYPT.
London, August 7. In commons
Gladstone read extracts lrom a privato
letter from Egypt stating th it the reor
ganization of the Egyptian army, under
Lord Duffcrin's plan, was about com
pleted. The reorganization of the ju
diciary and police is slowly advancing.
THE NAKONAL DEBT BILL.
London, August 7. In the house of
commons the the national debt bill pass
ed to second reading by a vote of 143 to
95. The bill proposes to replace the
terminable annuities expiring in 1885.
The effect will be in twenty years to
cancel 173,000.000 pounds of the nation
al debt. Among the opponents of the
bill arc the Irish members and some
conservatives that would gain by the
expiration of the annuities.
London, August 7. The command
er of the British forces in Egypt tele
graphs that there is improvement in the
situation at Mainjanied, and no fresh
cases of cholera -eporced .
The Base Ball Games.
THE CRIMINAL RECORD
THE VIGILANTES' WORK.
Walla Walla, W. T. August 7.
McPberson, the murderer of Cummings
at Newport, was hung by the vigilan
tes in the jail yard at Bajior, Saturday
night. He protested his innocence.
STAY OF EXECUTION.
Des Moines, Iowa, 7. Fountain W.
George, sentenced to hang Friday, will
not be executed, the case having been
appealed to the supreme court, and a
stay of execution issued.
A FRIGHTFUL TRAGEDY.
Reistertowx, aid., August 7. At
Bloomfield, two miles from here, one of
the most frightfnl tragedies that ever
shocked the community was enacted
last night. The invalid wife of Louis
Lawrence, a well known Baltimore
Lawyer, in a fit of insanity, caused by
disease, shot her husband, by her side
through the head, killing liim instantly,
The affair in detail is sad and shocking.
Mrs, Lawrence is a cousin of Samuel
Ilasze), who recently killed Charles
Ridgeley White in Iloword Count'. Sha
is also a cousin of John Fally, John
Richard Johns, brothers, who commit
ted suicide. All were suffering from in
sanity at the time of the tragedies.
New York, August 7. Richard Wal
lick. who arrived here in the bark, R.
M. Griffith, strieken with yellow fever,
has been sent to quarantine.
Wilkesbarre, August 7. A serious
cave-in at the Pine Ridge mine, of the
Deleware & Hudson company, took
place today. The disaster has been ex
pected for some time, and no loss of
life occurred . The caving is confined
to the interior of the mine. The sur
face at no place is affected. Woric is
suspended la a large portion of the col-
colliery nntil the exact situation of af
fairs is ascertained. The loss will bo
A STRANGE SUICIDE.
Chicago, August 7. An Inter Ocean
tfollet Bettfttl fay Qocftge
convict iu the state penitentiary from
Logan county, at work at a wiredraw
ing machine, committtcd suicide this
afternoon by suffering himself to bo
drawn against the machine. Just be
fore committing the deed ' he went to
his boss and said: "I am the man who
committed a double murder at Atlanta
JOH.V FlT.aEIlAMI. A. W. M( I.AI iilll.lN
OK PLATTSMOUTH. NK11KASKA.
Oilers the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Slocks, Bonds, Gold, Government and I-oca
Securities Kou;bt and Mold, Deposits receiv
ed and interest allowed on time Certifi
cate, Drafts drawn, available in any
part of the United States and all
the principal towns of
Collections made d-promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants, State ai.d County Hond.
Geo. E. Dovey,
A. E. Toualin,
K. K. White.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
Three Rivers, Mich., August 7. A
paper mill belonging to Bradner, Smith
& Co., of Chicago, burned early this
morning. Loss, 22,000; insurance,
WAREHOUSES AND STABLES.
Philadelphia, August 8. The ware
houses and wharves of the Knicker
bocker ice company, extending along
the rive front from Front street to Del
aware avenue, below Willow street, and
the-stables of the company, which oc
cupy a large part of the block bounded
by Delaware avenue, Beach street and
Willow and Boltonwcods streets, burn
ed tonight. Only four out of fifty-one
horses and mule3 were saved. Forty-
three horses and four mules suffocated
or burned. 2,005 tons ot ice were ues
troyed. The roof of the Philadelphia
& Erie railway freight depot, adjoining,
burned, and considerable freight was
damaged by fire and water. The loss
is estimated at $50,000.
Chicago, August 7. An Inter Ocean
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, special says an old
mill used for storing hay burned this
morning, and three unknown tramps
stopping there were burned to death.
Only one of the bodies, was recovered.
Springfield, August 7. Springfields
3, Ft. Waynes 5.
Toledo, August 7. Toiedoes 6, Bay
Peoria, August 7. Peorias 6, Quin-cysO.
Philadelphia, August 7. New Yorks
4, Philadelphias 1.
Providence, August 7.- Bostons C,
Detroit, August 7. Detroits 6, Chica
Cleveland, August 7. Buffalos 1,
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. S. "WILKINSON, Cashier.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available In any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mmi Line of Steamers.
Sank Cass County
CotneriMala and Sixth Streets,
J JOHN BLACK, President,
1 J. M. PATTERSON. Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
fHIGIIEST CAST! PRICE
Paid for County and City War. -ants.
COLLECTIONS 91 All 12;
and promptly remitted for.
John Black, J. M. Patterson, C. II. Parirel
F. R. Gutnmann, J. Morrissey, A. B.
mitn. Fred G order.
STREIGHTA & CO.
(Hnccossor to Htrelsltt & Miller
FINE i HEAVY HARNES.
A large line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &c
always in stock.
Repairing of all hinds neatly dene o
Main Street, between Fourth and Filth.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE!
Full Ijine General Mereliainlise.
Largest Stock and ILowe.st lrieen.
Call ami Satisfy Yourself
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGHS.
ETC., ETC., ETC."
Of All Descriptions.l
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
JUST R.ECEIV3SD V
A FINE LOT OF
MACKEREL, LABRADOKE HEliRING, TROUT, WILD WAY fi
COD FISH, - Aso a choice lot of
Wc have a One etock of
CHOICE FAMIZY GMOOEMIES,
Fancy rands of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
I have in rtoc a line line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
&c. All our good are new and frenli.
Will Exchange lor Conntry Prodnce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Hani?
Next loor t Court House, l'lattnioutli, Nel,
iKuowsm M B, MURPHY & CO.
Opening1 of the Books ot the Platts
inoutli and South Western Kail road
Com pan j,
To all whom it may concern.
Xotice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 2 1 day of August, 18:J
at 10 o'clock A. II, in the city of I'latts-
mouth, at the office of the .Secretary, the
Stock Subscription )ooks of the 1'latts
tnouth & Southwestern Railroad Com
pany will be opened to receive Sub
scriptions of stock, and will remain
open until closed by an order ol the
An installment of ten per cent, shall
be payable at the time ol making the
subscriptions, and the residue thereof
shall be paid in such installments, and
at such times and places as may be re
quired by the directors of the company.
John Fitzcekald, President.
C II. PAKMELE,Vice Presideut.
II. 13. Windham, Secretary.
A. W. McLauoiilin, Treasurer.
ARE IOU HEADY TO DYE.'
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CUREfr -:
trtthotlt medicine: Pln In Ike back, blpa, hrmd, or
llinba, nrrvuu drblllty.lumbiif o. (rartal tlebllltr.
rbcumull.m, paral.la. nrurulatla, w luit' a. dime
ol the Llilnrra.BplnMl f orpld II vrp, aToii
hiId.I emlMluna, Impolrnry, Hbam heart dla.
aae, dy.prpala. coit.tlpMllon, er,alplaa, ftitlfr
tlon. bernla or rupture, catarrh, pile., eplli-pa,
dumb agur, rt.
When any debility of ihn f;EXEK ATIVK if HO NH
rxv-iir. lo.t vitality, lurk ornrrvn forfa and vigor,
wasting- wrabarart a, and all thoar dlaraaea of a pr
onal imtiirtj. 1 rc rn wliutver cuii, tin continuous
stream or ilHtrncllam i tiikIIii(( t Ii r '.jjli I ha part
mo.t rr.torr- thi-nt to n b-ultbj Mi'ti... I bera ia imi
mistake about tbla tipliaiicu.
Hurlbiirt and .Miller
proprietors of the Omaha Taney Steam
Dyeing and French Dry cleaning works
107, South Fifteenth street, Omaha
Neb., recommend their facilities for
cleaning1, dyeing and curling plumes
and tips on three days uot'ce; ladies
suits in velvets, Silks, Satins etc
cleaned by the French Dry cleanintfpro-
cess. .Ladies and gent3 clothing clean
ed, dyed and repaired. All kinds of
fancy dyeing, merchant's shelf-worn
goods a specialty.
All orders uy mail or express given
IS NOW READY evil SKKVICK.
With many thanks for past patronage.
invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OP
31tf. FlflXTrHE AXII COKFIX8
2 O 3
m .2 -
5 a a
U ct ee
p, S D
$ P gil
r $ lis
P L J H 5
TO THE INDIES: gtVj-f"1
Ezhan.tlon, tlr.prpala.or with Irlaraaaa oftlm l.lr
r, Kldiifya. Jleatlufba or fold Krt, awollfn op
VI ink AnVlia, or Kwollt-n fret, an Alwlomlii.l licit
and a pair of Miiffnetic Foot Batu-iiea liavr, no auf4rlor
In the I'a'b'f nnd cMira of all th.9 c-oniplnlnt. Thy
rarry a powerful uiafufctio torcu tu Ibo Dual ot tba
lor l.imn Rarb. Wrabnraa tr the Hnln, Vail
I nfc of thn womb, lucarrhira, Cbrontft laflamaaa
tlon and L'lrerutlon ofthe Womb, incidental llcra.
orrbaro r Kloodlnc. lalnful, plupprvaai'd and Jr.
rrrulur Menstruation, llarrcnaeaa, and ehanca of
-1 V.j, thlalalbrllcatAppUaaco anil CbraUto A(t
lor ail form of FrmaTn DIHIraltfea It la nnaurw
paaad by anytblnif beroro Inventus, lth aa a ctualiva
avxr.t and aaa wjiito or txtver and Mtallxat ion.
Price of either Belt ltd Macrnet ip Foot liultcriea, 1 11.
fientby exprenaC.O. I..aid examination allowed, orby
mall on roeef pt of price. In orderlnic. aend meaanre of
walat and aire of xhoe. Remittance cau be lutUe lu cur.
renry, acrit In letter at ourrii-k.
The Majmeton Uarmentaar-n adapted to all afmi, ara
worn over tlie under clotblnir, iot acit to tha
body Ilka the many Ualvanla and Rlcotrle tlnaa.
bua-a ad vert lard ao czlenalvely -and. aliould bo
taken orf at riJifht, Tbev bold their pouercrwr,ta4
are worn at all aeaaona of tbeyear.
Sendntamp for tho-'New Iirartira In Medlr-al Trwat
merit W ithout Medicine," wlUi Uiou.utU ot taatlnM
IBE JBAOSiTrOX APPMAXCK CO.,
X18 btac HU, CUicaco. lit.
HOUSE SnOEIXG & WAGON REPAIRIN'C
ill KiMs cf Farm impleieats Mendel will
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that haf
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Com? and see us.
n Filth St between Main and Vine Street
,i3t across .ve oomer from tne svr UltA
CfiomiKtrv baa diaeovored no K-rncriv mrr..
to Arnica f r h alinK xternal erupflons. froi?r
Iv tirepared ami couubitAbd. it Iihh "iin pmmi u -
List LiKhfetit coDUeri
sation of arnica. Will
Beie(iiJy cure cliai
imI handH, cnu ki d
litta And rh., vli ..ukh
of tli? akin, whethr-r cnpvi (romclimntic intin.
f tires or tlio use cf HI KTFUL COS.MirriCS.
ill euro iiimpleM on face and Dark, rerjderinn
0: Bkiit Kott anil fkr. InvalualilM in Null
Ulx-uin. A furnily reine-ly for cuts. Inirna. hrmara
8. J'iUCi: l- .-iliil At, Xt'UKS, 85c.
lea ted. A l.urjnt.e.
lv Tilirn. TfM-tu t .a
kin from chappin? and impart to It ll end
it lical thy kIow. Unrivalled for clcainni? tho
s-n'p atj'l tTaJicating dandrnff. The ruobt tK.r
'jct toi;et soap in tlio yrorlO. J'JtlCt, 9& cvnta.
A medicated article
of rare merit. I're.
Jt-nta all plinplca.
MAKES SUA VINO aDKI.H.Hr.
Kndortted by lxjadin liarb'-rt, -who ear ot it.
"Without parallel as a anavinn soap." Rich in
lather and lastine. Keeps the face and neck free
fioia piiaplea. I'HICK 15 cU. for a large cake.
Is without question
the wont perfect ar
Ucie ever produced,
aa it not onl v cleHna.
cs the toftth thoroufrhly, but the combination
with arnica preserves and harden the frnma. It
Kivei to the Pre.th a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taate ia deliehtfu- Prior?, it lie a box.
All (lrURKiBt se 1 the above articles, or WO will
ujul the to, postpaid, on receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG ic CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chlcag
WILL J. WAIIIJICK,
PLATTSMOUTir, - - - KFXRA6KA.
SUte & Monroe Sta.. Chicago.
Will tTi4 wm!i! lo any afjrai :bV
i for ImJ. .l WA .IU f.:rr..ii (
I of iaitraia.au. all, Ctt klu,
Pompom. C4al.u, C(v-Laieia.
auda. Itnm aiaiart -.w ac4
lu. Saadry naaa Oattiw. Isaraaaa
aimJ, aae idobw. lairim aaa
rtao Ier Ammtrm - aial a
ti gaum t)aa4 MsaK
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