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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1883)
PEKA MOUSE BLOCK
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Orders taken for VTILBON EROS.' SHIRTS
(1 r?ft M
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON
OMie IBest ILine ot (Cook Stovcs5
66 66 66
t a F66
To bo found lu the Cily. New goode at prices that defy coin pet ion. Give me a call
AM IB TdDUDIID.
We have just received
Spring Wagon Tops,
which e will sell at prices within the reach of all.
Come and See Dur Canopy TTop.
ttt, r TiTTmcT wr a tpqt A-vn "MOT CONVENIENT! TOP MANTJ.
X1 ' FA( TURED.
Also a uoninletelLine of Men's,
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
"Warranted to be as good as any we made. We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STOVES and
TIXWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see ns in the Rockwood Block.
"V . x till 1 1 i i s s s .
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBT, Propr's.
V MANUFACTUREH3 OF
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
1 AND CASTINGS. , n .
facilities or heayy work in Colu mns and Castings for Business Houses are
rpassed in the State.
ACHLNE REPAIRING of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
all classes of work in iron. . . .
Patronize Nnbraska mannfactunng. ,We duphcacr all eastern prices, saving
freight and timo. x . .
Parties building ia any part of the State should write for our terms of castings
OASS GOtniTT? TELOUT WOXISS
Man;h 11th, S 82. PLATTSMOUTH, NF3
MASON & HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
LOWER MAINJ STREET.
" (Kcneral Effarilware
fine assortment of
Boys'and Ladies ".Saddles at
And Tinners' Stock
FOR SALE BY
The Plattsmoutti Heral YMilm Co.
THE END OF THE STRIKE.
The Telegraphers Seeking
THE IRON-CLAD OATII.
New York. August 17 One of the
most prominent of the striking tele
craphera said today that the strike was
Dractically at an end. He believed in
the brotherhood and stuck by it as
lonsr as he could, but they were beaten,
and might as well cive up first as last.
He had signed the iron-clad oath, and
would return to work tomorrow. He
knew of many other operators who
would endeavor to return at once.
The iron-clad oath refered to compels
a telegrapher to pledge himself to with
draw from the brotherhood and never
again to join a similar organization.
Press agent Somerville, of the West
ern Union, said no wires were tampered
with last night, and all circuits are
BACK TO work.
In addition to the seventeen tele
graphers who returned to work yester
day, ten more returned today, three of
whom were ladies.
THE SCRAMBLE FOR JOBS.
New York, August 17. A statement
is made ou the best authority that Mas
ter Workman Campbell, of the broth
erhood ot telegraphers, today informed
members of the organization to look
out for themselves and make as good
terms with the Western Union company
as they could secure. Each man looked
out for himself. The female operators
came iu a body, thirty in all. Seven
teen were accepted and the rest were
rejected, their positions haying been
filled. Forty-five male operators were
accepted out of sixty-two who applied
The order to assemblies in other cities
does not appear to have reached them
until this evening. It is learned from
Pittsburg, Boston and Chicago, that the
operators are coming back on the run
New York, August 17. At a meet-
ins of the assembly of the telegraph
ers today there were some expressions
ot dissatisfaction at any further con
tinuance of the struggle, and there
were also manifestations ot disapprov
al of the management of the strike.
Disruption seemed imminent, yet the
majority still determined to abide by
the obligation taken when thej became
members of the brotherhood.
The cder of Master Workman Camp
bell was about this time issued, declar
i jg the strike ended and authorizing
members to resume work.
It was then decided that the youDg
women engaged in the strike be given
;? fir;t opoortunity to regain employ
ment, the' weu Et to apply lor rein
statement before' Saturday. The women
immpfiiatriv ramo L?wn to the main
office of the Western Union, and trip
en to the room of Superintendent
Some masculines bad anticipated
the.m These had taken the rapid elevat
ed railroads when members of the fra
ternity informed them of the break.
These did not hesitate upon the order
of their going back, but went at once
for the office of Mr. Humestone, thus
anticipating the girls. The fourth floor
was quickly taken possesssion of and
held firmly until Mr. Humestone, late
in the evening, announced that he could
not receive any more tonight, but
would be entirely free to give further
audience to-morrow. Each person, as
a preliminary of employment, signed a
paper agreeing to.
ABAKDOX THE BROTHERHOOD.
of telegraphers and not again to be
come members of any similar brother
hood while in the employ of the West
ern Union telegraph compay.
The leader of the strikers says : "Wc
have made a good fight, but have bee-.i
bea en because the force of the enemy
was stronger than ours, and because a 1
wh had promised to aid us failed to
d ) so.
Friday's List of Rope
Savannah, Ga., August 17. Reuben
Robinson, the last of the trio engaged
in the Tutford tragedy in Miller coun
ty was hanged today.
HANGED FOR MURDER,
Scotts wood, Ala, Aug. 17. Taylor
Banks, colored, was banged today for
the murder of Turner Woods in Dec.
1881. Only twenty-five persons wit
nessed the execution, but fully 8,000
came to town. Banks confessed that be
murdered Woods at the solicitation of
the latter's wife. lie said he felt sure
of going to glory. Mrs Woods was sent
to the penitentiary for life. The victim
owned, two farms-
H HU hi i
vet Low FiTER.
flannfth. Oft.. AlirUSt 17. Th
.iivar fpvor has mad
its appearance at Fensacola is income
The navy yard at which the fever pre
vail (a ivAn milea from me city.
ir twor rnrrftd nt the same yard nine
.i..r ntrnlillt was BUCCCSSSUllj COUtrOl
led and kept from Pensacoia. a no
.a.n( nflo Rnrl other volunteer or-
utiirRHora have established a picket
around the ritv.
,,r , , a .... 17 Tim actios
secretary of the navy
received a t1
fififith of the ma-I
-i ,.,t.i. .miinw fflver at me
rine laiivu win j
navv yard at Pensacoia. The civil au
thoritieshave established a strict quar
T.itiiA Rock. Aueust 17. Leuo Cas-
i.i. ,n tx.qq hancred in the
BO 1 1, Vk wuua m") " o
iail vard today for the murder of Geo
i i, ?r. Uio -;t Louis &
Iron Mountain railway shops in Arkan
ta, opposite Little Ttock.
WOULD BE RATIST HANGED
m i rr Aiioiiaf 17. The CX-
i crrti. iu
nminativo trial of the would be rapist
Martin Brady, colored, was to lase
, t , ;rrit r crowd ot
place louay. uoai. "'o" -
rmp,l men took him from the guards
to the asylum grounds east of the city
n,l l.ancred him. The citizens aepre
- n . .
-i. i. i..f cow ins second ii-
caie uivu iv uu
mnt f. rano withim a few weeks sliouiu
'f- tr -
.1 nttomntpil to raoe a
widow two miles out or town .
night, but her son being at home, shot
at him and ran him off.
Watnrhurv. Conn., August 17 Jim-
mv -Rnffan. oitcher with the Brooklyns
until a month ago, now with the Moni-
tnr. of this citv. in a dispute this even
f ball was knocked
aonsfless bv a blow from a heavystone
flis ear was cut in two, he has a scaip
wound several inches long, and proba
bly more serious injuries.
THE K1UI1T KKMKDY.
For Cholera lnfantnni, Diarnea, Dysen
tery, and all Bowel Complaints.
Marsh'3 Tonic Astringent is peculi
arly adapted to the treatment of Bowel
is 5n a marlarious country.
Not only does the debilitating heat of
summer reduce and reiax ,ne system
to such an extent as to require a Tonic,
as well as an Astringent medicine, to
successfully treat derangements of
ti Stomach and Bowls. but
thp Malaria. with which
everybody i3 more or less affected, ren
the tonic principle doubly neces
s-ry. MarsVs Tonic Astringent sub
Hiipcj fovpr. reutralizes and expels ma
larial poison, sweetens the stomach,
nuipts. soothes and strenethons the bow
els aud the whole system generally.
Prin n fpm- Foi sale bv Smith fc
Black Bros, druggists, Plattsmouth
For swellings, burns, sores, pile, etc.,
no Afnrah'a World's Liniment. For
ajilfl hv Smith & Black Bros. 14GtUwlw.
A full stock of nice Sugar-cured
Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at Central
Moat Market, at 15c per pound: Pickled
Pork. 12Hc to 15c; Shoulders, 11c;
ch,iirlors i1r? "Fresh Lard at Vly?c,
for SI. 00. Fresh Fish
Friday. Lafe O'Neill..
Use Marsh's Cathartic Liver Pills for
"RilinnsripRs and Constipation. Jbor sale
hv Smith & Black Bros. d&wlt
'Orace & Thierolf have at last receiv
ed thAir cinrflTs. amon? which is the
"plehrated It. G. Inzersoll" cigars.
Now Boys, is your time to get a good
Dr. C. A- Marshall
(Successor to Clutter & Jftl,''
Preservation ot natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
All work warranttd. Prices reasonable.
Fitzgerald Block, - PlattsmoutHi Neb.
KTCi ETC., KTC.'
. Of All Descriptions.
MET ALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cbeap for cash,
IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage. I
invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
31tf. Fl'BT!'HK ASU COFFINS
GAFF, FLEISCHMAN & CO.
The best yeast ii use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mornings, fra Ij -J plied by
M.t A Monroa Sts.. Chicuno.
Will mil mrtmkl to n .- r iw
I of lMtruconU. baiu. Cat-. IMw. V
l SUMa UTbUi mnjr
rata. luw u. tin ana Lr
- - a,.j ai M.
Waon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gereral jobbing
I aa now prepared to do all kind of repairing
19 a UUK uuue in in jf o.iop.
The old ReUable Wagon Maker
baa taken cnarge or tne t'orod snop.
lie is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
New Wagons and Hncglea made I
1 m .
I O) 3 c3
ct ti o
li a d
0 a ji
rt sSi 00
c3 O as 3
I R. St. J., anfl G B
Safest. Best ana Most Rename
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Cars,
Elegant Day Coaches
2 Si Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trams Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
Pi Atcnison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St Paul, Minneapolis, SiouzIGity1
Aud all points la northwest, with
Pullman Sleeping Gars,
Between Kansas City anil St. Panl
All trains run on tlme.connecting for all points
E ast W est, North & South
Tickets for sale at all regular ticket oflices,
nfnririQtmn rMmrrl i nr ral . timft. X-C CllGer.
Ily given ty addiessiug
A. C. Dawrs. (ien'l Snpt,
Gen'l Pass Atjen
STREIGHT Sr CO.
(Successor to Streight Sc Sillier
TTTl I TTTT TT I Tl ITTIfl
A large line ol
Saidles Briclles Collars WMbs- &c
j always in siock.
TtepdlTin9 faU neatly done o
Main Street, between Fouit.h and FUt
CITY of PLATTSMOUTH
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, Pro-Vr,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO..
WELL'S FARGO A: CO.. EXPRESS.
Offlcoin Kockwood Block, witli Johnson Bros
LAFE &NEIL, Proper.
eer Mutton Pork Veal CMtes. &c
Constantly on band.
Also, all kinds of ttAME in season, and ev
erything kept In a
FIRST-CLASS MEAT SHOP
At lowest poseible rates.:
Tie Firite Li
For IFiffiieeiaL ays
Having dctcrniincl to remove about
lowing gnotlA at cost; to savo niovm;
Lead, best, per 10 lbs, 5.8
Boiled JLmseed Wil, pr gai.
Hanging JLumps, .WW to
Books ifc Wall Paper licloic Cost.
Patent Medicines, JLtP per cent ne-
low any house in the County.
Putty, in bladder, per lb. 4
Mixed Jramt, per
Pure Castor Oil,
Shelving and 3 Show Cases at half their value.
We make these oilers
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURE&-"i
without niPdlrln": I'nln In IlieliucL, hcud, or
llmbm n rvou l4-blllty,lumluKO. ci lirriil dfllllty,
rlieumitll'in, piaruly iicurulk-lu, liiil u, dleu
ol the LltlnfvK.xplniil lll-li.. lorpll llvvr. BUW
emlDl rmlMlun. lmpot-riy, Mtbiiim hittrt
aats, d7pepslH, ronMllimtlon, cryiilMlu, Imllifra
Hon, hernln or rupluro, cuturrb, ilic, epllep,
d en" njed. r.lMty of the liEXER ATI YK A X8
occurs. lot vltullly, lm-U ofmTvn force and lor,
waatlnc venlinnwi, and all tbuoe dUraaea or a per.
aonal nature, from whatever i-aune. tli cotinuou
stream of Mairnetlimi pcTincntlntf lhr -n;h the parts
muatrcotore thorn to a healthy a U 'Iliviu 1 oo
TO THE LADiES:
It hi umul !km.
Exhatitlon,Drpenla,or with IHat-aaeaorthe 1.1 -rr,
Kldni-ra. UeuJa-lio r old ii-rt, Knollin or
Weak Anllca, ort-wollen Pert, an aldoiiunul Il-lt
and a pair of Magnetic Kot llattc-rieB havn no superior
lnthe rei-f onilcure of all thew omplalnt!. T hey
carry a powerful uiuguetlc forco to Urn wat or Uia
for I.ame Itaclt, Weaknraa of tlie Pplne, Vail
Ink. of the womb, Lcururrhn-a, Chronic Influmraa
. w -I . I U . I ...l.l...tul 11mm.
HOD anu l irrrnL"'"! v. - - " - - - I I
orrhaare or Floodlns. Painful, (iuppreaaed and Ir.
UrrUUI, wr " awu.. . - f w
nmi.. Icnat t-nntlon. Ilnmiam. andt-hance or
l.lTe, thU la Ur lleat Appliance and Curatl
vo A (cant
inown. , , ,,.,.. if t.
jor ail I'll 1 1 n vi rrniBiviriuiruiiir. w -" - - -
panned by anvlhina before In vent. 1. both as a curaur
atrar.t and as'a source of pover and rttalization.
Price of either Belt with Mairnelic Foot Battcrtea, f 1 1.
Bent by express CO. D .and exinlnatlon allowed. or by
mall on receipt of price. In ordering . end nieaoure of
waiHtand size of phoe. Remittance can bo mwlu iu our
rency, sent In letter at our rii-k.
TheMufrneton Uannents a.-e adapted to all ages, are
worn over the under clotlilntf, (not neit to tha
body like the many Valvanlo and Kleeirle lluaa.
bun advertised so extensively) arid should bo
taken off at nifrht. Thev hold tlic-lrptororetier,-uf
are worn stall seasons of theyear.
fiend stamp for the "New Departure In Medical Treat
menl Without Medlclnv," with thouiitudu of teaUotv
"""the JLVGNETON APPUANCK CO.,
!i!8 Statu .St., CUicuso, 111.
BLjI CKSJill Til
HORSE SnOEIKG & WAGON KEPAIRIM
All Kinds of Farm implements Mendel will
Xeatnesfi and Dispatcb.
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that has
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth St.
hatwoon Main and Vine Street
e corner from the new HEKAL
AT JOE McVEY'8
You will find the Finest Iinportej
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
Fine Wines, Fure Kentucky AVhisKies.
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER, Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci-
SoptcinLcr I ft, v i.UV-r tlm 11.
Oil " 4
to Arnica fr lnalin?xtrimlTiipOiiJii. l'rpNr-
lv rinril atui couibiiiod,
nation or arnicu. win
DIM-flily euro 'Iimi
xl IihikIm, rrH'k il
ti..- .....i ........ i., ......
of tli akin, whctlior rntifl froui clitiiHtio liitlii
.nci. or tin. tiHti of III HTI' IJI. DMNMKTICN.
Will euro ilniiln on Iimwi hikI jiM-k, rnUi'rlnu
Ltlll HKII1 H4IIL UIHI unr. iionmniiifi mww r-na
i n r.. . . t ...... .a.... ... ... ......
it. A Ih truly rmm'fvf'rMiti, ImrtiH, lirnmod
rcu. J'ltlCl'i J-N M lil'A I. X Ith.S, XRv.
linii,Hl, liljilily iim-.
ultiti from chantjlncr and liiiinirtu to it Ilia "ml
h Iwultliy !("'. unri vnipnii mr ciduiiiiik
H'-n In anl oruilicutmx lu.tilnjir. '1 liu mowt imr-
.ii t toilot uouo iu tlio world. J'ICICIO, Qci'lits
A tnClicatol articlo
of ruru iiu-iil. J'l'i-
VI-lltH Mil Illllllll.
Iiatul. u . .. fi...Mtlil
MAKES SIIAVINff B Did. K. II r.
RwloriMHi by l.olin JtnrborH, who ay of it,
"Wttboiit lxtrallnl uh h hIhiviii noup." Jtlch in
lather antl laHtltiK. Kiph tho ftc ami nock free
troui iiiuiploB. 1'ltICK 15 t tn. for u. lurice cake.
I ritliotit tinoBtlon
tho tiiont ixirfect r
ti:l ever prolucet
na it nit otil v cloana.
rs the teeth tliorotiKlily. but the oouiliination
with arnica proser-vus ami hardi'tiB tho kuiiih. It
Kives to tho hro-.th a sweet, U-licab odor. Jtn
titHto i didiKhtfu. urns llOK.
All ilrut(!ita BO'l tho above) articles, or W0 Will
mail ttioui, poBtiuil,ou rocoipt ol price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs.. Chit'aga,
"VI LTj J. WAIMUCK,
CITY SHOEING SHOP
I am going to do all kind of shoeing, and
do Carriage and Woon work. iCfpnairi and
Plow work done to order : now is yotir time to
patrouize me. Shop on Washington Avenuo
lGood Satisfaction Guliranteed.
GEO. PALM Kit,
wiotf 1'lattsmouth, Neb.
J". I. TJTJKC,
FUR2TITURE t COFFINS,
and all kinds of goods usually kept tn a
FIIM 1 C'liAriN " I I KK MTOKK
Also, a very coniplrte etoc.: of Funeral Goods,
HetallicSiWooilenCoffliis Caskets Rotes,
Our Nt w and elegant hearse In al way iu
Remember the place, in UNION
JiLOCK, on bixth btreet, I U
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
2U13 i.ATr.lI07r.I. NFB
tomer of last year without onWlcf It Itooctalsf
hoirt innuaa &J0 llluatratlona. irioaa. aoonrata
f last year without onWlm- it Itoc
deecripUona and valuable diractiOTia foe piaxtttsir
JSuO vania of Vrrtblo and Fkrww 6dtf,
Planta, Fruit Traea, etc IaralnabU to aU, fimo-
n c nnTa n
RJI I1!! "al
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