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Orders taken for WILSON BROS.' SHIRTS.
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OA2JD1SS JJStlD CIO-ABS.
SI AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON
5TEae IHJest ILine oi OJook Stoves
66 66 66 Tinware
T s r 66 (Keneral Hardware
To be Xoand In the City. New goods at prices that defy competion. Give me a call.
ioni nc arciD3n.
We bave Just received
Spring Wagon Tops,
which Me will sell at prices within the reach of all.
(Dome and See (Our (Canopy TTop.
TIIE LIGHTEST, NEATEST AND
Also a complete Line of Men's,
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
"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.
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBT, Propr's.
Piatt sixiontli . USTet).
J J AIANUFA CT (JEERS OF '
TRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
1KUW rti AND CASTINGS.
facilities or heavy work in Cola mns and Castings for Business Houses are
A?HlNEiREAItRINO of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
JJJSi manufacturing We duplicacr all eastern prices, saving
freight and time. . te gt4te should rrite for our terms of castings
p.rHAS bmldine i" "J Pf"---iii if1 r-3 ftr i a
" MAflfl COW alsM
MASON & IIAMLIN
P nKNRY F. MILLER and
LOWER MAIN STREET.
fine assortment of
MOST CONVENIENT TOP MANTJ
Boys, and Ladies Saddles at
And Tinners' StocH
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOUIS, MO
Tie Plattsnonth Heral PtillsUu Co.
Their Journey Over the
Other News Notes.
Ashland, August 10. Nr. Aaron
Fox was run over by an excursion
traiu at the depot this morning and in
stantly killed. The particulars in short
are as follows: The train was coming
from the east, and being an excursion
train was running very rapidly. Mr.
Fox did not see the train . coming as
the depot was between him and the
cars, he being seated in a spring wagon
drawn by a span of horses. The engine
struck the fore part of the wagon
throwing him in the air. He fell on
the cow catcher. He made an effort to
save himself but he was thrown onder
the cars and the entire train passed
over his head.
Lincoln, August 10. The Knights
Templars excursion train going from
New York to San Francisco passed to
day. As it entered Ashland. Aaron
Fox, afaimer liying live miles in the
country, tried to cross In front of the
train. His horses passed safely but the
wagon caught and Fox had his back
broken. The passengers on the train
raised a purse of $125 and left it with
the superintendent of the road to send
to Fox's widow.
CHICAGO KNIGHTS TEMPLAR.
Chicago, August 10. Bernard com
mandery Knights Templar which en
tered a corps for the prize drill at San
Francisco, left for the coast in a finely
equipped special train over the Chicago
Burlington & Quincy road this after
noon. Representatives from all local
commanderies paraded as an escort to
the departing Knights, and great
crowds on the streets witnessed and ap
plauded the evolutions of the drill
corps. Including ladies and representa
tives from outside commanderies ac
companying, the St. Bernard party num
bers somewhat more than two hundred,
LIBERAL SETTLEMENT OP A MILLION
Cleveland, August 10. The Amasa
Stone estate, amounting to several mil
lions, has been settled within three
weeks after it came into the possession
of the executors, John Hay and Samuel
Mather. All disputes were settled by
concessions; technicalities were ig
nored, even when they involved hun
dreds of thousands, in one case $1,
200,000, and bequests which Mr. Stone
was known to have intended to make,
but which were not in the will, were
paid at once in cash.
A FOOLISH BOY.
Heading, August 10. In Hamburg
Wednesday night, Oscai Miller, aged
18, promenading with Kate Stambach,
aged 16, proposed mairiage. She re
fused, and he immediately fired a
seven-barreled rovolver into his own
head, mouth and chest. He may re
cover. THE PRESIDENTIAL TRIP.
They are Up in the Wind
Camp Rollins, Wyo., August 10. Af
ter the Indian dance yesterday at our
camp near Fort Washakie, Capt. Hays,
commanding troop G, Fifth cavalry,
gave the president an exhibition drill,
the commands being given by trump
ets, the drill included ordinary maneu
vers by troops, formation of skirmish
ing lines both on foot and horseback,
and ended with a charge. Just after
this about 250 mounted Indians, Sho
6honesand Arapahoes gave a sham
battle with an exhibition of the move
ments executed by them in actual bat
tle. Their horsemanship wis surpris
ing, nearly every one riding bare-
Senator Vest, member of the senate
committc. had an interview with W a
shakie, of the Shoshenes, and Black
Coal, of the Arapahoes, about five p. ra.
there being present a large body of In
dians from both tribes. The senator's
inquiries were directed principally as
to whether the Indians would accept
tenure in severalty instead of tenure in
common as now held by them. The
senator urered them to take their lands
in lots of x60 acres to each head of a
family, and eighty acres to unmarried
Indians. They have about 2,800,000
acres in this reservation and about 1,-
900 Indians both tribes included and
nnipr tenure in severalty $250,000 in
interest upon bonds ot these lands sold
to the government. All the chiefs
uftemed asainst tenure in severalty.
They were very anxious to have per
mission to trade with the post traders
at the fort, which is the only other
tore on the reservation permitted ex
cept the Indian trading store, stating
that they could only receive seven dol
lars for a buffalo hide at the agency
store, while at the military store they
are offered ten dollars-ror each one.
At seven o'clock this morning the
ttxrtod cn tCTZzzl ta czzz.i
and pick of taslcj fcllowirj. Crcs
lng Little Mud rlrer near Ft. Washakie
they halted for five minutes, and then
passing over a rough and broken coun
try, with no water, a distance of nlno
miles, stopping for a short time on the
top of the "divide," glring u a flue
view of Rowheart, Outtic, Ball and
Mid rivers and the Shoshone moun
tains. From this point we passed over
a very rocky country, climbing and de
scending alternately high and stony
hills until we reached this camp, which
is situated on Bull lake, a fork of the
Wind river. The distance from tho
camp this morning is twenty-one miles.
The party are well and enjoying the
ride greatly. The President proves to
be a good horesman, and came into
camp like an old eampaigner. Imme
diately after pitching camp, which is on
a beautiful trout stream, the president
took his rod and killed the first trout.
keeping up bis old reputation of being
a fine fisherman. He enjoys camp are
verv much, is UD and out of his tent
at five each morning, the first one, and
with flannel shirt and large hat enjoys
it with the rest. Senator Rollins hav
ing distinguished himself In horse
manship in this march or twenty-one
miles, in compliment to him General
Sheridan named our first camp "Rol
lins," which houor was thoroughly ap
proved of by the whole party, who
think the surrogate by application and
steady riding will make a capital "cow
boy." LATEST FROM THE STRIKE
Railroads in Trouble.
Pittsburg, August 10. At 6ix this
evening the threatened strike of tele
grapher.) employed by the Pittsburg,
Cincinnati & St. Louis road was inau
gurated. The company insisted that
commerical business 6hould be received
and summarily discharged the district
sperintendent at Columbus, who was
known to be in sympathy with the
Brotherhood. This was immediately
followed by an order to strike at six
o'clock which was obeyed by all oper
ators in this city, including the chief
train dispatchers, and seems to have
been generally obeyed along the line.
The superintendent claims all offices
will be filled tomorrow. Meantime
trains will be run by schedule. It was
stated the operators on tho Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago will be order
ed out tomorrow.
A PARTIAL VICTORY.
Chicago, August 10. Western Union
officials this morning stated all wires
on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chic
ago railroad, numbering fourteen, had
been cut and that a number of arms
supporting wires had been torn off.
The Brotherhood deny all agency with
wire cutting in this city.
The striking operators profess to
have received a dispatch from Master
Workman Campbell in New York say
ing the Baltimore & Ohio Telegraph
Company had sent for the representa-
tives of the Brotherhood and that in all
human probability work would be re
sumed on the lines tomorrow.
THE STRIKE OVER.
New York, August 10. It is stated
on good authority this morning that
the striking telegraphers last night
practically decided to abandon the
There was no particular distarbance
on the Western Union wires last night.
Four of the striking operators returned
to work this morning. It seems to be
the belief that the strke i s practically
over, though the strikers are
still confident. The Western Union
remains firm, and claims its business
is being forwarded in good shape.
The Ohio railroad operators with a
few exceptions on the trans Ohio divi
sion of the B. & O., quit work at noon
today. Also on the Lake Erie diyision
of the same road. Most of the places
were filled and no delay was occasion
ed. The executive committee of the Bro
therhood of Telegraphers admit five
striking telegraphers have returned to
work in the Western Union office today.
Manager Silk of the Western Union
says twenty -one applied for work dur
ing the day but only nine, were accept
ed. HKNRY BCECK
ATC, JCTC., KTC.
Of All Description.
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
IS MOW BEADY FOB SERVICE.
Wltb many tn antes for past patronage.
Invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF .
31 tf. riBXTPHE AND COFFIK8
GAFF, FLEISCHHAN k CO.
The best yeast in use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mornings. -Craia applied by
Iv m 0.
m a -vx
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow ra-
pairing, and general Jobbing
I av now prepared to Co all kinds of repairing
of farm and other machinery, a tnere
is a good latlte in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Was on Maker
baa taken cbarge ot the wagon snop.
lie is well known as a
MO. 1 WORKMAN.
ew Wictu and Hassle ! t
CITY of PLATTSMOUTU
Valuable outlots for residence pur
poses. Sage's addition lies south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy of
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron5r,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE.
LAFE O'NEIL, Prop'r.
eet Mutton Pork Yeal CMctens. &c
Conetantlv on band.
Also, all kinds of AMK in season, and ev
erything kept In a
FIRST-CLASS MEAT SHOP
At lowest possible rates..
521y FLATTSMOUTH. NEB
a. i. simpsox,
FIRE INSURANCE GO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.,
WELL'S FARGO & CO., EXPRESS.
Offlcoin Rockwood Block, witli Johnson Bros
L C. St. jT ana C B
Safest. Best and Most Relialile
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Cars,
Elegant Day Coaches
2 Si Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
Ate. ison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St Paul, Minneapolis, SiouxiCitj1
And all points In northwest, with
Pullman Sleeping Gars,
Between Kansas City and St. Pan!
All trains run on time.connectlng for all points
East West, North & South
llCKeiB ior saie hi an renumr ucKei oiuccb,
nfonnation regarding rates, time, &c. cheer
ily given ty addressing
J. F. Barnard.
A. C, Dawes, Gen'l Snpt,
Gen 'i rass Aen
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t-t 5 CO B
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P, Qt OA S
5 00 4
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STREIGHT & CO.
(Sneeeesor to Htrclcbt A MUler.
mm HEAVY ERNES.
A large line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &c
always in stock.
Repairing o f all kinds neatly done o
Mala Street, between Fourth and Filth.
ft Fill Line
C G. HEROLD'S
Can be found the largest and
best stock of
Trunks, Valises, Boots and Shoes,
In Cass Count-, nt Bed Hock Prices. Kemenilcr the )lace.
HIT. JIinBSlICDJLillD;, Maiiascr.
(D. (R. IIIIEIHKOILBD. Sole IPropr9 tor
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURE&,5rs&
frlthontmedlclno: Pain In tfiebsek, hlpn. hd, or
llmba, nrvoudrlilllty,lumbBeo- B-n-rMl delillltr.
rhnuBiBti.m. P"rlyl. nrarnljlm wlulltn, dlwaa
moI the klln-,pll dlacaaea. torpid llvrp, mor
seBiBal cBilwlciBa. 1m potency, B.t h m, hrart dl.
Base, dyapepala. ronatiputlnn. eryalpf laa, Indlsea.
tloaV kernla or rupture, catarrh, pUea, epUepa,
d Wh.nan""cleblflty of tha GENERATIVE I.KO AX
Occur, luat vitality, lark of nerve force aaid vlgtor,
waatlap; wealinraarB, and all iboae dl.enara or a per
aonal nature, freni whatever cum, the oontluuoua
itrram of Mafrnetlsm pennenting-th- h the parte
moat restore then, to a bralthv ct.. Thore laoo
SHI Vol m tt mwv MMitn'ciiHvv
TO THE LMIES:-j&QPSS
ExbanaUo,Dy.pepala,r wltb llaeaaeof tnj. I.lv
r. Kidneys, lleadaeha or 'old FceU awallen mr
Veal. Anilea, or Swollen Feet, an Abdominal llelt
and a pair of Mafrnetlc foot Batteries bavn no superior
In the re' lr and cure of all thene eoniplalnta. They
carry a powerful luag-netio force to tlio eeut or IM
For'l.an.e Back, WeolneB ef tbo Spine, Vail
Ina, af the womb. Liinrrhm Obronle InBamtna
tloa and Ulceration of the Womb, Incidental IJcaa.
rrbaa-e or Kloodlnr, l'alnful, Snppreased aad Ir
recular Menatmatlon, Ilarreaaeaa, and chaace of
I.lfe, thlelethr Beat Appliance aad CuraUve A seat
For'ali forma of Female DIBenltlea It 1 tmanr
pasaed by anything berore Invented, both at a cuiaUva
BKant andasasouroeof power and -ntalizatlon.
Price of either Belt with Majrnellc Foot Batteiiea, lit.
Bentby exprenaCO. D.,and examination allowed. orby
mail on receipt of price, in orderlnif. aend meaatire of
walat and size of rhoe. Remittance vaa be uuule la cmr
rency. Bent In letter at our rlalc.
The MagTjaton Garments a.-e adapted to all ages, are
worn over the underclothing;, (uot next to the
body lib the maay Wnlvanle and Kleecrle llaaa.
bin advertised ao extensively) and abould be
taken off at night. They hold thelrpouworevar.aa
are worn at all seasons of the year.
Bend stamp for the "New Departure In Medical Treat
Blent Without Medlalne," wltb thousand of teU'ra.
THE MAGNETON APPIJANCK CO
218 State St., Ctalcuico, 111
nOIiSE SflOEING & WAGON 11EPAIRINC
MI Kinds of Farm Mplsnients Mendel will
Xeatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing
n short, we'll shoe anything that h?
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Fifth St. between Main and Vine Street
ast across - e corner from the KKW HEIiAL
State A Monroe Sis.. Chicago
Wlllttnd prrpakl toaay A4rm .ac
1 far IstO, xOu pw, tacrs.inei
I nt BtlHBMIUt 9U1U, UPS BrlU,
IPomDoas, Ecanlru, Can-Lamia,
I Stactte. Dram MaiorS Staff,. BD4
JMalamb, aba laclaai latrcoa aad Ei-
aarLaa lor Amatrot Baaa, aal s .ataH(aa'
4-BBa Haa4 atGSB
fftBFHsa I-arpe OABDEa error
i l 1 1 V" desrribin? CoU's helfil St4
a I" 1 1 V MaUsrt Frre to All. W.
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Wheat, and the Brut Collection of Vegetable,
Flower, Gra.s and Tree MEED. E verrthinaT is tteL !
AddrtM COLE 4c. BttO- tyvedaaiaa. PKULA. IOWA. I
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3 H 2.
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Gents' Imimi Goods.
CtiouiUtrjr hM tllBooTwmd no rwiMHy ajijrlor
toArtilcfrliiiiiKxtriiBl fruiniiiM. l'roMr
ly prep&rod and couibluoU. It tiua.Hu vlWU a
of the) akin, wlictheir pnnwl frotu pllinntit! Hillu
ncos or Uin ubo of Ill ltTFI I. HINMKTICH.
Will euro iluil 011 lH4 Miitl iM'b, ri'Mili rliiM
tho hkiu iMilt Mini fair. Jiivalualila In Nail
Klifiim. A fnnilly rciiulyforc!itH. Iniinx, lriu.n a
a.iii Burci. J'KICK IN MKT A I. 'A DUIOH, X5i.
n TOILET SOAP
I Aitntwl, lii(nly n'd
Jfil Icaled. AbtMiluU).
" ly fnuo. K"'im tun
Bkln from cliappinc anil Impartu to it Uin ami
a healthy Kluw. Uurivallwl fur cloauliitf the
-aip rihI eratilcatlnil tlundrufT
Tlia mfMit. ti4r
pilot soap in tut worlO. J'KICK, 2a osnU,
A modloatevl artlela
of rare merit. J'rev
venta all plinplaa.
.MAKES 8HAVINO aPEUIiUT.
Knduraeti by lAtvamit iiarLMjrs, wno tay or it,
'Without parallel an a abavlntf aoap." Illch in
lather and lautinivf
laotini;. tvevpa me face aiiii neon rrea
1'IUCK la oU, fur m large) cake.
I without question
the tuout perfect ar
tlcle aver produoetl,
as it not oni v clnana
en the teeth thoroughly, but the combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the kuwm. It
Kivos to the breath a sweet, delicate odor, lta
tusto in deliKbtftLu Pricw, X6e a Irax.
All druffsiBta se 1 the above article, or we Will
mail them, pontrnid, on receipt of price.
O. H. OTRONO & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Maiifhs., Chlcag
WILL J. WAltltICK,
rLATTSMOUTir, - - - KEERASKA.
N'OTHINfl ELSE IJLT TSV"
I am going to do all kinds of shoeing, and
do nothing el.se, and tf you want a good horse
shoeing shop In this town, now I your time o
patronize me. Swop on Washington Avenue
fyOood Satisfaction Guhranteed.
wl5tf Plattsmouth. Neb.
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS,
and all kinds of goods usually kept 1c a
riUMI CsiAltMlriK.sll tni.it'1'OKC
Also, a very complete etock of Funeral Goods,
Metallic&WooflenCofllns Caskets Ro.es.
Our New and elegant hearse is always la
Remember the place, in UNION
(BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found nleht or day.
J. I UNRUH,
2itll aL.ATrSM3Jr I. NEB
AT JOE McVEY'.
You will find the Finest Importer
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
Fine wines, Pure Kentucky Whistles,
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER, Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Cigars.-
A H PI I IP A
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