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i rders taken for WILSON BROS.' 8D1BTS.
STATION El V, NOT
MASON & HAMLIN
D ITEXItr F. MILLEK and
liff J5. TODD'S
(AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON LOWER MAIN STREET.
STIh EBestt JLinc of L1ook Stoves,
66 66 66
Ttae Plattsmonth Heral PalMim Co.
THE PIIESIDENT GIVEN
A WAIt DANCE.
Ft. Washakie Indians Beat
the Drum and Dance to
the Chief Executive
To be fouud in tbe City. New goods at prices that defy competion. Give me a call
ami nc tmmimid.
We Lave just received fine assortment of
Spring1 Wagon Tops,
which mo will sell At prices within the reach of all.
(Donne and See QDm (Canopy TTop.
THE LTGIITEST, NEATEST AND MOST CONVENIENT
TOP M ANU
Also a complete Line of Men'?, Boys, and Ladies' Saddles at
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
- 8Qo andl 7Jg.9
"Warranted to be as jrood as any wire made. We also
keen in stock a ceneral assortment of HARDWARE. ST0VES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Kockwood lilock.
-m, vw " I f
And Tinners' StoCa
FCR SALE BY
ST. LOU IS, MO
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
Piatt smon tli. TsTet).
X. J.uw-- MANUFACTURED OF
IRON FRONTS. OASflOUE COLUMNS,
facilities or heavy work in Colu mns and Castings for Business Houses ara
AHINEEARINO of all kinds. Onr Machine Shop is fully equipped
minufactarin-. We duplic.tr all eastern prices, saving
freight and time. . f thc gute should write for our terms of castings
Tame Jt 'rSTTTTfrr XJ3.0XT wORES
WT PLATTSilOUTH. NF3
Fort W:tshftkie, August 9. Tho pres
idential party has spent the day at Ft.
Washakie, preparatory to setting upon
its morning ride to thc Yellowstone in
the morning. The Tresident, Sec. Lin
coln and General Sheridan returned the
call which tho officers of the post made
upon them the previous evening. In
accordance with the expressed wish of
the Shoshone and Arapahoe chiefs their
people were afforded an opportunity of
calling upon the president at three in
thc af.crnoou. Shortly before thathour
they gathered on the plains to the num
ber of about five hundred warriors and
mounted upon their handsome ponies
they dashed forward in a line for about
a thousand yards to a point ner which
the President stood awaiting them.
The column then halted, and several
chiefs dismounted and approached him.
Among them were Washakie, the re
markable chief of the Shoshones, from
whom this post taes its name, and
Black Coal, chief of the Arapahoes, a
tribe which withiu a few years has
been permitted to have the occupancy
of this reservation. The President
thanked his visitors for calling on him,
and congratulated them upon their fine
appearance, assured them ot his inter
est in their welfare, and of the satis
factiou with which he had heard of
their exemplary conduct and their at
tention to tho practice of industrial
puisuiis. I lis address, which was ad
miraMy suited to the occasion was iu
terpreted to the Shoshones by an Eng
lish member of the tribe, who bearsthe
name of Norcutt, and to thc Arapohoes
by one of their number who has been
educated at the Carlisle school. Tne
chiefs then shouted to their respected
tribes what had been said to them by
their great father, and tbe announce
ment was received with demonstrations
of applause, Both Washkie ana Black
Coal made pertinent replies. They
thanked the President for honoring
them with a visit, and avowed their
purpose of living at peace with the
whites, and adopting as rapidly as pos
sible their customs and manners of
life. Their addresses, as interpreted,
were full of expressive maneuvers and
positively eloquent. The Arapahoes'
interpreter found no little difficulty in
makinz himself understood. His ef
forts were ably seconded by Captain
Claire, of General Sheridan's staff, who
has thoroughly mastered the beautiful
and expressive languiige which is the
entire communication of the two tribes,
and intercourse with the whites fully
sunnlies the place of speech. Tho
Shoshones then brought forth an Indian
pony, and placing it in the hands of
the President, presented thc handsome
animal for the use of his daughter.
Gifts of moccasins and leggings were
presented also to the members of the
President's party. Then followed a
war dance, in which twenty Shoshone
braves took part. Eight beat tho drum
and chanted a weird little song for the
purpose of exciting the efforts of their
followers. Some of the dancers were
nearly naked, and their skin painted in
various colors. Others were gaily
dressed in flashy colored costumes, no
two of which were alike. Some were
ornamented with beads, feathers and
every sort of Indian ornament. The
dance afforded much entertainment to
THE DAYS LIST OF CRIME.
Storms and Other Casualties.
Quebec, August 0. When the team
ship Manitoba, from Glasgow, was com
ing up the river through tba Strait of
Belle Isle, Rev. Mr. Sweat, a Presbyter
ian minister, cut his throat and jumped
overboard. The boat put about and the
body was rescued.
Chicago, August 0. A special from
Talequab, Indian territory, says Run
ning Bird was hanged here today for
the murder of Running Water.
Pittsburgh, August 9. While five
employes of Hussy, Horn & Co's steel
manufacturing establishment were tax
ing stock in a ware house at noon to
day, a rack containing five hundred
tons of stecel gave way, bur ing Chas.
Oshman and Robert Shernibe under
thc ruins, and slightly injuring three
others. Ofhman was killed instantly
and Shernibe will probably die.
ORDERED TO QUARANTINE.
Mobile, Alabama, August 9. The
revenue cutter, Seward, met off Mobile
bar August 6, and ordered to Ship Is
land quarantine, the bark Viasco, from
Vera Cruz. Tho Degaina was spoken
a few days previous, but it seems she
did not find her way to quarantine.
STRANG E FATALITY.'
Muscatine, August 9. Wilton Junc
tion, twelve miles from here, is much
agitated over an alarming fatality, sup
posed at first to be cholera infantum,
but which, though confined mostly to
children has attacked grown persons.
Seven deaths occurred yesterday, all
children except one, Mrs. Arnolds. Dr.
Sherwood says nearly 100 persons are
down with thc disease; no deaths today
The disease is said to be malignant dys
entery where it attacks grown persons
Minneapolis, August 9.- The body of
a woman named Andrews was found
iu the closet of a rear room at 517 Sec
oud street today, badly decomposed
Her head had been smashed with an ax,
which was found in the room. The
last seen of the woman alive was last
Friday. The murder is supposed to
have been committed for the purpose
of robbery, as the woman was known
to have .several Hundred dollars in her
TARRED AND F GATHERED.
Last night the citizens of Bird Is
land, a small town iu Rcnvill county
attempted to tar and feather a man in
volved in a scandal. He fired into the
crowd wounding one. It was then
learned that one of the avenging party
had betrayed his comrades, whereupon
they appled to the traitor the tar ant
feathers Intended for the seducer.
Port Townsend, W. T., August 9,
The English sloop Photographer has
been seized on charge of smuggliug
Chiinamen into this territory from
JOHM FlTTOEBAMI. A. W. McLAUOni.IN
President. ' Canler.
OF FLATTSMOUTII. NEBRASKA.
Offers the very bent facilities (or the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds. Gold, ftovenrraent and
Securities Bo unbt aud 8old, Deposits recolv
ed and Intercut allowed on time Certifi
cates. Drafts drawn, available Iu any
part of tbe United States and all -the
principal towns of
Collections made it promptly remitted.
nighest market prices paid for County War
rants, State aid County Bonds.
John Fitzgerald A. R. Totizalln.
John R. Clark. H. V. dishing,
Geo. E. Dovey. F. E. White,
A. W McLauehlln.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
LABOR TROUBLES AJND
A STRIKE IMMINENT.
Pittsburg. August 9. Extended
strikes in the Connelsville coke regions
are not improbable. The Knights of
Labor have lately been organizing the
miners of that district, and the oper
ators have combined to oppose them
Last Monday several men .were dis
charged from Morewood & McCline's
works, and the balance refused to work
unless those dismissed were reinstated
This the operators refused to do, and
the works arc now idle. It is said that
the same action will be taken at all
other large mills.
New York, August . There is no
particular change in the telegraph war,
2fo cutting of wires occurred last night,
and Western Union business is going
smoothly. Tim strikers are still con
fident of success, and exhibit no indica
tions of weakening.
BACK TO WORK.
Chicago, August 9. The Western
Union officials have advices that strik
ing operators returned to work, today
as follows: Augusta, ueorgia, nve
Cincinnati, Ohio, three; Chicago, two;
St. Louis, two; St. Paul, Minnesota,
THE STOKM IOWA.
Chicago, August 9. A special re
reports a severe storm in Shelby, Cass
and Pottawotoraic counties, Iowa last
night. - - Growing crops were levelled to
the ground, and considerable damage
done to other property. The track of
storm was five miles wide. Near Boy
ton twenty-live head of cattle were
killed by being stampeded,' and rush
ing down an embankment. At Lorab,
nine freight cars were blown from the
Boston, August 9. Jjast cveningjohn
Fisher, aged eighteen, was sailing with
two young ladies at Quincy, when a
flaw of wind struck the sail and the
boom swinging suddenly around.
Fisher and one of the ladies, named
Wiuf red Butler, were " swept into the
water. 'Fisher immediately drowned,
and Miss Butler died soon after being
brought to shore,'
A TRAIN WRECKED.
Carteo, O., August 9. A freight train
on the Cleveland & Levain road ran oft
an open switch five miles east of Mas-
sillon, wrecked the train, and kkd
engineer - Uranam and fireayg Wil
son, utners were injureoyfcot not fatally-.
TTT A V -NT
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general Jobbing
l a, now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and other machinery, as taere
la a good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge or tne "aeon snop.
He is well known as a
NO. : WORKMAN.
tiw Wwsu aa Baxxlea Made t
CITY of PL ATTSMOUTB
Valuable outlots for residence purposes.
Sage s addition lies south-west
the city, and all lots are very easy
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on -
E. SAGE, Pror,
A General Banting Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available in any part cf the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
MUm Line of Steamers.
Sank Cass County
CotnerfMaia and Sixth Streets,
Can be found thc largest and
best stock of
Trunks Valises, Boots and Shoes,
In Cass County, at Icd Uock Prices. Remember tbe laov.
HIT. UfflEimILIID, Elanacjer.
D. K. IHIEISaPILIlD, Sole IPropr'tor
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CUBE&.
t JOHN BLACK. President,
1 J. M. PATTEKSON, Cashier.
ded. ttia fut
without medlclimTPuIn In IhekwLi Mr. bead, or
If Km ..mil. dblllt v.lnHLbiiir. jrenrul debtllt r.
rheanatlam, puralysla. Mrantliclit, wlutlra,
Transacts a General Banlro Business.
HIGHEST CASn TRICE
Paid for County and City Warrants.
ami promptly remitted for.
John Black, J. M. I'atterson, C. II. Panrel
F. K. Uuthmann. J. Morrissey, A. B.
mitu. Fred Q order.
Mol the kid , aplnitl dlaeaaea. torpid liver, (or
mlaaloB. ImnateMrr. Mtbraa. heart dl.
asa, dyapepalat eaKailpatlnn, rrralpclaa, Indlgee
tton. heral or rupture, catarrh, plica, epllepaj.
When any debility of tl.o CKNEIt ATI VE MICK'S
rMnlird I .wall- wlfaalltr. 111. -If tflf II afVM f'tlff'A Mild VliTUP
w-Mtlnff wefel(ti4c, an J tall tlm llca of per
iihdl natHr. f rc in ha.ur ruw, the oi.Unuoua
ft t ream of Mufrneltam pTnMntiii(f thr jh ! parts
Tta! Fart Li
TO THE LADIES:
K. c. sl j7 anfl c
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Gars,
Elegant Day Coaches
2 Si Louis Trains Daily.
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
2 Ate .. ison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St Paul, Minneapolis, SionxiOitj1
Aail all point la northwest, with
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City and St. Paul
wiraara change j o w
aii trams run on tlme.connecting for all points
on er afflicted!
It at ti tiHf;ta.
Exhautlon,DTapepala.or with IMeeaara or t h n Liv
er, kidney a. aleaaaeae orioia reel, mii or
Weak A at lea, orwollea Feet, n Abdominal I! It
and a pair of Magnetic Foot Batterlea liavo noauperlor
In tha ra'iof ami cure of all thene complaint. They
carry a powerful uuijrueUo force to tho seat of tba
diaeaao. . . . .. .. ..
rr Uae MarK, cnaneea r ia spine, ran.
Ink ef the womb. Ltocnrrbrra, Cbronle laflemraa-
Uea l. iccrmlion Ol toe wool a, iinoenuii aaeaa.
BUoa liceralioa Ol toe wool a, iinoenuii Baeaa
orrhace or Floodlnc I'alafal. Mappreaaed aad Ir
rearalar hleaatraaUoa. iitto... f
life, th b h lar Ut Affilaace aad Curative Agea
For all forma of Feaiala INBealtlr tt Is WifflN
paaaed by anything before Invented, bol h an a cuimUve
ajrez't ana aa a source or power ana "riuuizaiion.
Prlca of either Belt with Mafmetic Pout Battciiea, 1 1 1.
Bent by ezpreoa CO. D ,anil examination allowed. or by
mall on receipt of price. In ordering, send measure of
waist and aise of shoe. RemittAnoecait bemadelncor
xency, sent In letter at our risk.
The Magneton Qornienu a.-e adapted to all a free, are
worn over tha underclothing, aot aext to tho
hady Uko thai amaay Oalvaalo aad Eleacrla Haas,
baa-a adyartlaed ao exteamlTely and abould be
taken off at night. They hold thelrpaiMrrbrMraa-4)
are worn at all seasons of tbe year.
Bend stamp for the "New Departure In Medical Treat
ment Without Medicine, " with thouaandsof toaUu
(Uais. THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
218 State SU. Cbicueo. Ill
East West, North & South
xicKets tor saie hi an reeuiar ticket offices.
lly given fcy addresf ing
J. !. I'ARNARD.
A. C, Dawks.
en'l Pass Acen
t-i Ol (- i
CD I f I gaaaj
hi 2. H s.
OS I, Mi" 5
CD I rJ -N 0
t 1 1 u hSS
n rn.rvi.nfn. n
f 1 UJ -11
Clmmlstry has dlaonrored normly Mioiio
t Aruina f r hoaJlutf extrnHl vrupeioiiN. I'roiMtr
ly tiropanxl and couibUied, it turn jio erjuiU ua a
Tliu iiilit ooiIiiiii-
ation or arnica, will
apeeilijy cure 'liai-
m1 liauida, armnk.-l
lia aiid rotiarlinwaa
of Ut akin, wbetlier cfiufl froui cHirmtln intlii.
.nce or tb uaa at llldtTKUI. (OsMKIil N.
Will curs pliuplM on Ikmm aud lierh, reiiiterinii
ctin ikin aolt anl flr. IuvM.luublt In Hall
Klieuin. A family rnnly f'ircutM, hum. limlHeit
auU Boros. P1UCK IN MKl'AL XL'IIK.S, in.
fuiurxl, fii(nly iimmI
Iv nuro. Knf'tia ttin
skin from chappinir and Impart to it llf am!
a lioavlthy a;luav. UoriTallml for cloauind tlia
acalp and eradicatlnK (laodruir. 'lb. most tie
Uxt toUet soap in tlw world. l'ICICU, SO cents.
'1 na most tier.
IU, 5 cents.
A mrdtoaUvl artlnlo
of rare itmrlt. I'rt
vttita all ilnila.
Iiwaln aiaoi-n fjuwami
.MAKES SUA VIVO a niCI.Kilir.
r:rilor90l by Jeiulln Harbors, who nay of it,
"Without ttarallol aa a aljavlni;
latuer aua imwik.
USD" Kll'h ill
Koot the fiu:a anil nck frA
J'ltltK 10 eta. for H lara;cak.
A TOOTH SOAP
tha tuost terffct ar
tide trver produced,
aa it not only cloatia.
on tba tnetta thoronebly, but tha combination
with arnica preserve aud burdens tba gums. It
irivos to tha breath a sweet, dlicaU odor. Its
tuBte is deliKhtfu Prion, XSo a box.
All druggists se 1 tbe above articles, Or we Will
mad Uieui, postpaid, on receipt of price.
O. II. OTRONO & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chlrag-
WILL J. WAIt RICK,
PI.ATTSMOUTII, - - - NEIiRASKA.
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p, y OJ 9
fawxaaa ill aha
BLA CKSJll Til
HOUSE SITOEING Ss WAGON KEPAIRIN(
All Kills il Fan implement- Mel will'
Neatness and Dispatch.
J I I "rJV
1 NOTHING ELSE BLT
I am going to do all kiud of sliocing, and
do nothing else, and if you want a rood bona
shoeing shop in this town, now Is your time o
patronize me. Saop on Washington Avenua
lGood Satisfaction Guhranteed. -
or. i. xjnsrxjs:,
, DEALl:it IN
FTJE1TITTJRE 8 C0FFI1TS,
and all kinds of i;oods usually kept In a
f CS- -LiM-if'T' V'-
STREIGHT cSr GO.
VueeB0 to Mtrelcbt Jk. Miller
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that hut
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth Sf- between Main aad Vine Street
ie corner from tbe nkw IIEKAL.
FDIEi HEAVY ERNES.
A large line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips- &c .
always In stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done o
" sort notice.
Halo Street, between Fnrtli urd FUtti.
StsteA Monroe Sts.. Chicago.
S Brno to SJtv art ili aa -K.
for Isad, stiO puo, . Knterm.tucft
of lattrammu. Jwito, irtf, iu,
iPsmnoa. Eoa-iU-U. Csp-Imm.
S4anU. nram MbhyS St.v. aa4
itaab, aba taclaWa lDsanirtioa sus fcs-
raav lor Anlw eua aa-t a Laiatasw
r 2 f
Uur Larjre GAKDKV CITXDT
describlna; CoU'm Htlxmil titri
U MaUsrfl free .Vll. Wc
offer tha Lmtttt stlMi In
BBHaaaaiaBia) aaaua rvratwjui, com, uata
nd YVliat, aud ibe il CotUetion of Vrrrtabla,
Fluwcr, Grtnnnit TrfcrXD. Everything U tented,
aVatre A BIUIU s'atm,i'uX Is Wi.
FIUtiTCLAMH r-lK.ITl Rl: MTOKK
ALio, a very complete rtock of Funeral Goods,
Metallic&fooienCoffliis Caskets Boies.
EMBLEMS, Ae. '
OurKew and elegant hearse ! always iu
Remember- the place, in UNION
(BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
- - - - Doors sonth of Cass Coun
. -: Whear we may be found nteht or day.
J. I UNRUH,
2JU3 aL.TriM7ri. NEB
AT JOE McVEYVS
You will find the Finest Importer
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
Fine Wines, Pure Kentucky Whiskies.
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER. Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci
gars. , , . 20tf.
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