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OPERA CTOUCE BLOeCI PLATTSnOUTflv flBRALD.
published t , .
The Plattsmoth Ileral PeSMCo.
nn opera house
en taken for WILSON BROS.' SHIRTS.
n UnnnTTi'fn IF inn
K - v
llTISF News Depot.
i U U P STATIONERY, NOT
A DAYS DOINGS.
htd otdo their waj across the frontier J J . . i
if U1VH IIU ,t m uuvv .w
he lorce at Lis command.
Louisville. Auirust The returns
Vl . II 1 - it vaf
come in aiowiy now, uuv it to iuwwi- .
tain that Knott's majority for governor V I VI I
will not be less than 40.000. ?' r1
Chicago. August 8. The Chicago an
nn.i I - .. ..uiMtn will nrann
uuu caiAjoat" ..... i i - , -
September 5. and continue till octooer i jagHuiucuw mub
20. Preparation are now .in progress.
0-AJ5TX)XE3 A tVJD OXO.AT&3
The Usual Quota of Crime.
MASON & ITAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
CUTTING THE WIRES.
A.3T JB. TODD'S
r AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON LOWER MAIN STREET.
TMae EJest ILIne ot QJoolc Stoves.,
c (Kasoliiie Stoves,
66 66 66 TTiii ware
66 66 (General Bttarallware
To be found la the City. New goods at prices that defy conipetlon. Give me a call.
We have just received fine assortment of
Spring Wagon Tops,
which Me will sell at prices within the reach of all.
(Dome and SeedPur (Canopy TTop
THE LIGHTEST, NEATEST AND MOST CONVENIENT TOP MANU
. - FAC5URED.
lAlso a completo Line of Men's, Boys.'and Ladies' Saddles at
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
Indianapolis. August 8. At Rock-
vlllc, Indiana, today, Joseph O. Stout
waa.huusr for the murder of. Taylor,
Dunbar In November last, The. pris-
oner displayed great coolness on the
scaffold. , .
""Toronto. August 8. Two young men,
sons of Senator George W. Allen and
Donald Mclnncss, left Barrle in a boat
Saturday for the camping grounds four
miles dUtant on Kemperfelt Bay, and
hnvA nnt. nincA been heard from. . It is
supposed they hare drowned.
.. . RAIBOAD COLLISION.
Cairo, Illinois, August 8. at three
this moraine a train on the St. Louis
& Cairo narrow gauge railroad collided
with an incoming train on the "Wabash
railroad when leaving the depot, badly
1.ima?inar the narrow trautre train. No
body was seriously hurt.
Chicago. August 8. A Journal Mc
Gregor. Iowa special says the safe in
tho store of Buck man & Bro. was blown
open by burglars early this morning
The thieves obtained $4,500, and made
good their escape.
filiicairn. Ap-ust 8. Portions of a
wreck cast ashore near Grand Haven.
Mirli . lead to the surmise that (he
schooner Willie and Annie has been
lost. She was engaged in the lumber
trade, and had a crew of five persons
A VILLAINOUS ASSAULT.
St. Louis. August 8. Win. Lanihill,
eighleen years old, working for Hubert
ii.ifFmun :i furmer hvin-r four miiea
soutb of Belleville, Illinois, took ad
vantage of the absence of tLe family
last evening and enticed Minnie Hart-
mau. twelve years old. a niece of the
f armeo. to an outhouse, where he bru-
tallv assaulted her and fled. The girl
was found terribly bruised. She suf
fered all night from convulsions, and
there are little hopes of recovery
Citizens are hunting for Lanhill.
AN OLD OFFENDER.
Chicago. August 8 Michael Danner,
station agent for the Chicago, Rock
Island& Pacific railroad at Marseilles,
Illinois, was arrested today for the al
leged embezzlement of funds of the
Odd Fellows benevolent association, of
TSToto- Vnrlr rehiln stervinff as tr?.SUrer
ten years ago. The story published is
to the effect that the real name of the
man under arrest is F. M. Manner;
that after the discovery of the shortage
in his accounts amounting to between
$3,000 and $5,000 he went to Canada,
and after search for aim had been
abandoned, returned to Illinois, mar
ried, and under his assumed name at
tempted to live down the memory of
hi former career. The prisoner is
given a good reputation by the railroad
THE GENERAL HEWS.
Storms, Saloon Openings
and Base 15 all.
The Latest Developments in
New York, Aug. 8. Last night an
other onslaughter . was made upon the
wires of the Western Uulon Teleeraph
company, the consequence of .which is
far more disastaous than that of the
preeeeding night. Press Agent Somer
ville. of the Western Union, said this
. . ., Eleisant Paj Ooaches
2 St Louis Trains Daily, - .
2 Omaha ; Trains Daily; s
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
Z Atctison Trains Daily,
Two .Train for
St Paul, Minneapolis, SiouxlOity
And all P'JluU la northwest, with '
. Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City and St. Paul
XT ITUQBT CHANGE
All trains run on'tlme.eonnectinjc for all point
Louisville Branch Store!
Can -be found the largest and
I or i fibesVi8tpck:;: of L .. s r i
" Gents' mimi mm.
morning mat twenty wire WBr v . . - . 9 or.
one route and fourteen ou another be- .Last est, uruitt
I q irk tm (nrulnxt nil regular ticket office.
tween Passaic and ;uzaDetnporc. inese
were wires to Philadelphia aud other
points in the southern division. Twen
ty wires were cut between Jling's
bridge and Scarsdale. At Tarrytown
twelve Hudson river wires are down
and elzhtern wires in the eastern cir
cuit are destroyed between Port Ches
ter and Greenwich, Connecticut. The
cross arms were sawed off in the latter
instances. The wires cut, beside the
first wires to go down, were those on
the eastern circuit, which were lost
about 11 100 o'clock last night. The
others went down shortly after mid
night. A large force ot line men was
sent out to repair tho damages, and
tho lines are being repaired as rapidly
as possible. . The cutting of the wires
interfered with others, across which
they fell, so that great confusion was
created for a long time, and bu jness
greatly delayed. Superintendent Ilun-
stone estimates that when the woric
was besrun this morninsr one-half of the
wires to Philadelphia aud one-third on
A:iatnrn circuits could ot-be used. The
whole number of wires cut was eighty
nine, but nearly 200 rendered useless in
conseciuence. A telegram from Fort
Washington says a gang of men has in
terfered with the line men who weie
repairing them, aud police protection
has been asked in case the inter ferance
in rinpted No clue has vet been ob
tained of the authors of the mischief,
The compauy is considerably put ont
bv the new method, of warfare. At the
headquarters of the brotherhood of tele
graphers it is emphatioally denied that
the cutting was being done by stating
MI J tmm W. mmm . .
nfnrmntinn rnexdiDif rates, time. &c. cheer
lly given ty addVes-Uig
A. C. Dawjw, Gen'IBnpt,
Geu'l ras Aden
Atlthe down-town saloon.
OPPOSITE THE PERKINS HOUSE,
Keeps a complete inc of
W I 3ST 353 S
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEER,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and the best brands of Kentucky
Opposite Perkins House. - - Plattsmotuh.
11. ITU, ;.'MM,
Trunks.Valises, Boots and Shoes,
In Cass County, at Ked'Kock Prices, liemember the placv.
TEL. lICIBIiSnILIll). KTaMafjer.
i(D. R. IHIIEES1LID5 Sole IPropr'tor
. AVarranted 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 tne ltoctwooa xhock.
And Tinners' Stoft
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
UE ( ; , -
ST. LOU IS. MO
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBT, Propr's.
acuities or heavy workln Colu mns and Castings for Business Houses are
a a a. .
XcHU?E REPAIRINQ of all kinds. " Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
pSrSirf? manufacturing. We dupUcatf all easterc prices saving
freight and tinw. - t of the State. should write for our tennofcastlngs
Parties buUdnig 'iftTrNrmr TS.OM" TXTOZUTB
ClietnUtry haa dlooverl tioririKly y'Hir
toAruioa fur haJlnu extTiil erupflou. Pronw
y prepared and ouuiblned. tt, liano qualima
5P I I If I
STREIGHT Sr CO.
(Huc.cesaor to Mtrelebt Jk Sillier.
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURELSi
without mdlcli:TPtn fa ihbaek. hip
liaibst rii mvmM'j tam - - '
mlaaTenlMloB. tmaotrnor, athma. "'t1dJ?
rr. ktrnl op UDtum c-Mtarrh. IIK, epllep.
vv".n"""'deb!ilty of the ei-KKATIVE ORG .!
Occurs. I't llalitr. Im-W cfmrie rorre and
Waitlaa weaLae-ia, aud all tboc dl
" "i .... (rem wliatcvt-r ciiie. tli continuou
t raw in of Mairnotiam pTmrntin h" bIi tfca PaHa
Mailt rentore mra lo a arana cu.. . ' -
FINEi HEAVY HARNESS
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. -
Council Bluffs, August 8. A terri-
rible rain and hail storm swept through
this. Sac. Shelby. Crawford and Malls
counties doing much damage to grow
ing crops. The tail end of the storm
passed through a portion of this city
and was about two miles wide, beating
corn and all growing vegetation into
the ground. It is regarded as one of
the most severe storms that ver visit ea
Boston. August 8. -Fully 15,000
jrersons attended the opeuing of John
L,. Sullivan's saloon on Waslnngtoo
street. The bar room was pacseu
with people, the rough element predom
inating. The services or tne enure re
serve force of the police station, with
half a dtzen mounted officers, w?ie
necessary to preserve order and keep
the street clear. The crowd in main
was "cod natured. Three arrests were
made for fighting.
Peoria, August 8. Peorias 7, Quin
New York, August 8. New Yorks 5
Philadelphias 4. -
Boston, August 8. Bostons 10, Prov
Detroit, August 8. Detroits 5 Chica
Cleyeland, August 8. Clevclands 11,
BTEUGGLI5G OVER CHINAMEN.
Washington, D. C. August 8. The
acting secretary of the treasury today
received a telegram from the collector
of custome at Tacoma, stating that his
officers, with the assistance of the reve
nue steamer Walcott, had captured a
sloop running Chinese across the-line
from British Columbia. Two smug
glers were arrested, but nine Chinese
passengers escaped. The colleetorde
dares that a large number of Chinese
War in Rates-
THE NORTHERN" PACIFIC.
New York, August 8. The Northern
Pacific railroad will be connected
about sixty miles from Helena, Mon
taua on thf 15th inst. but the formal
opening will not take place till Septem
ber 8, next. On or after the 25th inst.
the company will be ready to receive
freight to and from points oh the
Northwestern. Kates between St. Paul
and Duluth and Portland, will be the
same as between Council Bluffs aud
San Francisco. Through tariffs to
Portland and othar Pacific coast points
are now being prepared and will be
ready for distribution in a short time. .
Chicago, August 8. The Iloosac
Tunnel line put a solicitor on the board
of trade today. The Chicago & At
lantic refusad to withdraw its man at
the order of the east bound freight
committee. It is believed all railroads
will be represented on the board in a
THEATRIC A L BAGGAGE.
The western association of general
passenger and ticket agents met today
for the proposed purpose of considering
the question involved in the passenger
war between Chicago and St. Louis,
but adjourned after having prescribed
250 pounds as the maximum theatrical
baggage, aud making a rule that don
keys and dogs belonging to traveling
troupes, will hot be recived as baggage
but turned over to the express compa
nies. THE RATE WAR.
. ." Scalpers today sold Illinois Central
tickets from Chicago to St. Louis, at
$6.00, a cut of fifty cents below the
late cut rate Thus far Wabash and
Chicago & Alton tickets have been go
ing at $6.50.
A large Hue of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips, k
always in stock.
Repairing of all Kinds neatly dene o
Main Street, between Fourth and FUth,
wr tup I nirfl . If sau aro afflicted
III IUh I flllI.X .III If l........ul.n..
Ill I Ilk fc.null.Ui; Kerala., irv
r. Kidney, lleadaeba or 414 art. "V "
Weak AallVa, .rfwoilra , an Abdominul Hflt
and a pai"f Magnetic Foot Battrle havo ,io .uperior
lnfha?elir andcura of all thc. ""I"a of ta
carry a powerful magnetic (urco to tlie senl 01 Uia
Oiscuv. , . , o,. V.1I-
lnk of the weoih. Laeorrhtro. Cbronla lUiinaM
tlea and fJlcenUtoa of the Womb, latldentol liea-
reaalar Menntroatlun, HarreaaeM. . and ' r
I'lfo, tkU Uthr Uet AppUaaoa aad CftraUva Aat
FoVaJI fonn of Female DIBealtle It la tinirar
ptisaed by anything berora Invented, both a ciuativa
acrer.t and ia source of power and ritallratlon.
Prlc-e of either Belt with Mapnetic Foot Batterlee, t I t.
Bent by exprenaC.O. D.ajid examination allowed, orby
mall on racelpt of price. In ordering, "end meaiiure or
waist and BlM of rlioe. Remittance caul be nuuie la OUT
reney, sent In letter at our rlk.
wnm or tba under clothing, (nat rt ta the
m ej bobmv raaaj worn oer the under clothing, (net aazt ta the
ll I I 1 ka taken off at night. Tbey hold their fwawroratwr.-ttil
" are worn at all aeaaons of the year.
Wagon Buggy, Machine and Plow re
vairing. and general jobbing
I uL now prepared to Co all kinds of repairing
U a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EH.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
. baa taken charge of tne "agon snop.
H is weU known aa a
' ICO. 1 WORKMAN. . -
Rew WKai avad BSKi4a mmA t
Of All Description.
WOODBjST CQi'ii'i-lN a
1 all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for casb.
axe worn at aii woii '"? ? : -r .
ment Without Jladlotae." witu Utouaaoda ot MUnw.
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO..
XIS State 8U. Cbicaro, IU,
H J1 I
IS NOW BEADY FOB SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage.
invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
3ltf. FU5TTITRK AXU COFFINS
a - S
u W CO
C et a
3 V 3
A S to
rs eS j 00
S C aa S
mrl CO S aj.
A ID) n D P A
of the kln.whathfr Jrma ","fi?JiV,.ll"
finCOU Or 111 UBe OI IllJltruiJ ninmr.iivn.
Will cura plmpleaon lace and luaik r.il rlUH
the akia m1 mnd Mr. luvaluuble In Hall
and TioreV J'iUiJjC JN MfcXAL 1 CHKH, Zftc
A TOILET SOAP
fumed, lillily (neMl.
I imim. V Mne tlia
skin from chappinjf and Imparta to It life and
healthr atlow. iJnHvallwl lor r-leaulna tua
acnln and eralioatinu oanuruii. j
,. lli.t anan In Lm WUIIO. 1'HlVUa xo OF) 11 lb.
A tncdieatod articlo
of rare merit. I're
venta all pliiitle.
I.aii.1. mt mm 1 f uu M il, 1
MAKES 8HAVINO aDKHCillT.
KixlorHOil ljr ijHatuiut XJa.rur, wou i.
(Vituont iMtrallel a a aaavinif aoap." ltlch in
t ir .lid Viitintr. KenH the fare and nnck free
from pimples. iO eta. tor a larjre nsute.
Is without qnostion
the uioHt tmriecv, ar
ticle evr inroduoed,
aa it not only cleana-
. . . ..i. ,uMU...i.t. t.i.fr. Jin Aimljination
with arnica preserves and liarderia the .J
civos Ul ine Br,ui o bw-'.,
taate is deliehtf rl ,
All druKBists so l the above articles, OT W8 W1U
mail ttioui, postpaid, ou receipt ot price.
C. II. GTRONO It CO.,
Solo Proprietors and Mantou, Chicago
WILL J. WAUItICK,
J. D. SIMPSON,
FIRE ISOBAHGE GO'S:
CITT, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California -
, -v ': s' AMERICAN EXPBESS CO..
" WELL'S FABGo & CO" EXPRESS.
Offlcoln Bockwood Block, witU Johnson Bros
HOUSE SHOEIKG & WAGON REPAIRtNC
All KiEfls of Farm imDlements Meniei will
Neatness and Dispatch.
ilorse, 31ule & Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that hai
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see. us.
between Main and vine btreet
e corner from tne nbw acnaK
a Filth St
St2te & Monroe Sts.. Chicago
Will m4 pr-TX& to an y ..Id".
. BAND C i
L for IMS. su P -"m"Tt
I of iaitramwu. oiw, .
. lar Aaika a -
r ar aa
aasBMirll rl tmr Large 4SAaUK?r OCTDr
V ft- H I I X 1- MUe1 Free te AM. Wi
111 IIJII nfli-r the ar( Aoztlms to
? SEED PtTATOEM, Com. Oau
and -Wheat, aud tba BetCoU4tun. of Vegetable,
Flower, Oraand TreeWEEO. KvetTnthlny l tfed,
aidnu COLU A BKU.. tcdaaaea. 1'i.ia.A. IUW.
NOTHING ELSE III T
I am goiDg to do all kinds of fthoelng, ai.d
do nothing else, and if you want a rood liorca
shoeing shop in this town, now is your time o
patronize me. SUop on Washington Avenue
tGood Satisfaction Guhranteed.
" wiStf I'latUtoouth. Neb.
FUE1TITURE 9 COFFINS,
- 'and all kinds of goods usually kept In a
FIKH r C'liAMH Kl lt. lTL'Kfi MTOKIS
Also, a very complete tock of Funeral Goods,
Metallic&WoorleiiColllns Casiels Botes.
Our New and elegant hearse la alwaya In
Remember the place, in UNION
.BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun-
. Wlierrwe may be found nlehtorday.
J. I UNRUH,
-tri t.ATr4 io jr i. neb
AT JOE McVEY'fl
You will find the Finest Importer
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
Fine Wines, Pure Kentucky Whissies
several of the best and moat popular'
brands of BOTTLE BEER. Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci
gars. " 6tf.
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