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Order taken for WILSON BROS.' RIIIKTS.
CJA3STX)13IS .A.J5II) CIO-ABS.
MASON & HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
The PlattsmontLi Hcral YtiMm Co.
THE ARMORED KNIGHTS.
The Biggest Conclave Ever
Held In America.
The Presidential Party.
JLJSI SB. TOJDJDS
r AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON J.mVEU MAIN STREET.
HBae HBest ILine oi Uol Stoves,
1 b r66 66 (General IHTaralware
To be found in the City. New pood" at prices thnt defy compel ion. Give me a call
AMI IB ITODUDllD.
Wc have Just received fine assortment of
which c will sell at prices within the reach of all.
(Dome and See Our Canopy Top.
THE LIGHTEST. NEATEST ANDOTrvtXVKNIEXTKTOP MAN I?
AlsoTl uoini.letelLiue of Men's, Hoys "and I.adies'.Sadules at
J. Gr.CH AMBERS & SON
&&&o and 7&,
wire made. We also
"Warranted to he as good as any
Pral assortment of HARDWARE,
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country
Call and see us in the Rockwood Block.
- U 2 r
M Tinner s' Stocl
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOU IS, MO
Cass County Iron Works
W Aril AN & KIRBT, Propr's.
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
AND CASTINGS. r . T
facilities or heavy work ia Colu mot and Castings fur Business Houses aid
massed ia the State.
ACFIINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Onr Machine Shop is faily . equipped
aU clascs of work in iron.
Patronize Nilraka manufacturing. o dnphcat? all eastern prices, saving
'"pf rticbaildin'' ia iy part of the State should write for our terms of castings
CASS GOT72TT"Sr WOHK3
March 11th, 82. " .LATTSMOUTH. NF3
San Fiaucisco, August 30. The
graud Procession of Knights Templar I
which look place this afternoon, was
admitted to bo an unqualified success.
The entire population of .San Francis
co and 70,000 strangers have so de
clared it, chtenug throughout the en
tire route. It was the best represented
if not the most numerous conclave
ever held in this or any other country
The people iu this city are eminently
g rati lied with the result. They have
spared no pains nor expense to return
the compliment extended to the repre
sentatives of the coast at the Chicago
conclave. As eariy as $ o'clock this
morning crowds began gathering in the
streets along wlucu the procession
would pass. Ify V o'clock Market street
was rendered impassable, except the
oadwiiy, which, by police orders, was
kept ciiu- for the passage of the
knights. At 9:30 the comiuauderics
began to an tve, taking up the positions
assigned them in streets ott Market
street reserved for the purpose. At
10 o'clock all had arrived, and at that
hour the scene presented from the gal
lery ol the liaUtwin hotel was one not
readily to be forgotten by those who
ad the good fortune-to witness it. U:i
one side were decorations extending as
far as the ti iimiohul arch. On the
other -1,1km) iichly clad knights, repre
senting every state and territory in the
United .Slates. S the old California
pioueer it wiw something bevond reali
sation. His mind reverted to the sand
hills, and he was dazed. At 10:30 oi
uer was given by the captain general
to move forward. A platoon of mount
ed police spurred their horses on to
clear the way, followed by a detach
went of police on foot. The first com
mandery '-hat led off was California
commandery No. 1. Their silver em
broidered velvet cloaks and plumed
hats, with richly caparisoned horses,
attracted marked attention. Follow
ing them came the Golden Gate and
Oakland, California, commanderies and
Graud Master Governor Sir George Per
kins, riding a milk-white charger, spe
cially presented to him for the occa
sion by Judge Denaon, of Sacramento,
accompanied by his staff. Next in or
der came the commanderies of Cali
fornia, Oregon and Washington Terri
tory, Nevada aud Arizona, each prece
ded w its band. These completed the
iirst three visions, after which up to
the tenth division, ca!ue the command
eries of the States east of the Rocky
mountains. Among the latter, partic
ularly remarked from the smallness of
numbers and thair pluck in coming,
was the Arkansas Demolais, of Ft.
Smith, No. 1, Hartford Damasures, No.
2, of Jacksonville, Florida, and Cneue
No. 8, of Middle-ton, Connecticut. The
approach of Lyou & Ilealy's baud, of
Chicago, with their suikiug unifurm
make every one ask, who are these
knights coming? They were the Si.
Iiemard's of Chicago who by the knights
of this coast, are held in especial
esteem. As they passed by, the knowl
edge of what they were, and the ap
pearance they made elicited long ana
hearty cheers. The tenth and last di
vision was composed of the grand en
campment of the United States, led by
Sir Wm. Knox, uast grand commander,
of California. The royal baud selected
by the grand commandery of this state
as the official orchestra of the conclave
immediately preceded the Hoston com -mauderv,
which acted as a special es
cort to tha Grand Master of the United
States Dean. The Roslonians were
highly complimented on their excellent
appearance, cheer after cheer being giv
en them as they passed. Folio wiug on
wLite chargers, came the conclave grand
master, accompanied by a numerous
and brilliant stall". The procession ter
minated with De Witt and Clinton
eommanderies, of Virginia City, Neva
damounted on black steeds, and act
ing as a guard of honor, to the grand
encampment. The Virginians merited
compliment in dress, horses and ncou
trements. It was generally acknowl
edged that they bore off tha honors of
the day. The knights first proceeded
to the pavilion, where addresses were
delivered by Governor Stoneman of
California. ex-Governor Perkins, the
mayor of the city and others. They
then marched to Vannas avenue where
they were received by the graud mas
tcr. ' .' '
ANOTHEll PA.VB sroitT FOIt TUB rttESI
Camp' Teton, August 16, Tia Washa
kie, Wyoming, Aug. 20. Promptly at
half past fix this morning we mounted
our horses, and not without longing
looks behind rode away from the camp.
Our course was in a westerly direction
along the north side of the Grosventre
rircr. The air was f Icnr an t bracing,
and the day as floe aa any with which
we have been lavored since we set out
from Fort Washakie. The trail was of
the best, with few of those difficulties
with which our fortnight's . travel In
the wilderness has made us so familiar.
Iudeed, in the absence of fallen timber,
rocky side hills, steep ascents and
pitches, the ride would have seemed
somewhat monotonous, but for the sin
gle feature which actually gl Jrifiwl it.
We had climbed to the aummit of a
long hill five miles from Camp Arthur,
when there suddenly burst upon our
view a scene ns grand and majestic as
we ever witnessed Below coveredwith
graBs and flowers, was a lovely valley
of many miles extent, through wldch
was threading its way, the river.
Along the whole westerly edge of the
valley, with no intervening foot hills
to obstruct the view, toward the mag
nificent Teton mountains, their snowy
summits piercing the fleecy clouds 8,-
000 feet above the level of the sea. It
was the voice of every member of the
party that this sight alone fully repaid
all the toils of the march. We are en
camped on the Teton basin, on the
band fiyGrosventre. The locality,
aside lVofe the splendid view of the
mmiiitains which it affords, is one of
th moat attractive cam ns. Ihe river
at this point has an excellent reputation
t stream, but the wind has
been blowing at too many miles an
hour to permit much success in ang
ling. It has been powerful enough to
break the ridge pole of our mess tent,
but fortunately not beyond repair. Wc
are all in excellent health and are thor
oughly enjoying the trip.
San Francisco.. August 20. Several
accidents are reported in the conclave
procession today. Three standard
bearers fainted from exhaustion, and
Sir Alexander Weed, Commander of
California, was thrown from his horse
and had both legs broken.
no An COMPLETED.
The Secretary of the Interior was to
day informed that a section of seventy
five miles of the Northern l'acilic Road,
uniting the two ends, rear Milini tun
nel, had been completed, and the com
pany has requested the appointment of
a cominisslonaro examine and report
on this section of road.
A COSTLY FIRE,
Trenton, N. J., August 20. A dis-
patch from Lambertville, says McDow
& Son's large paper mil! at that place
was almost entirely destroyed by fire
yesterday morning. The loss will
probably exceed !ji50,000; insurance
about S10.000. Forty men are thrown
out of employment.
DBAI.EK IN -
Of All Description.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINE HKAR8R
New Fall Stock for '83
Can be round the largest and
best stoek of
18 NOW KEADY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage.
Invite all to call and examine my
LAKOE STOCK OF
Sltf. FLUXTe'KK AKI FKIX
FROM ACROSS THE SEA.
News of a General Nature.
a o 3
T. u O c
U cC e a
S fi B 3
1-,. Qj aj P
Trunks, Valises, Boots and Shoes,
Tn Cat-s (iiinty, sit I!cl lioek 1 'ri--s. lieiui-nilx-r titer place.
HIT. JIIBS6.4DiLld9 Manager.
Hfi Fit Li
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURE,r"S
w!thoutmpdlHn9:-PlB In h-:!!., Iilpn, hrml, -jr
limb a. crou d-blll(y,luiit Imco. nfK-nil lflIIIIT.
rkruMilm, purulyala. ti-umlul, -liitl'u. lwn
Mol the klln-yl,pliiul dlacwM'n. Irill llr. irr
mlniil rmlMiunn. I m nut , Mlimm hfnrt ol-
ua. dlPDt-D'lat onllpHl!iii. TJ-IM-Ins liiillrr.
lion, fcernli or rupture, tMiurrn, pura, rivVj(
IRISH MEMBERS LANGUAGE.
London, August 20. This morning's
Times, commenting ou the language
used of late in Commons by a number
of members for In laud, and particular
ly that of Healy, in his response on
Saturday last to Gladstone's remarkSj
when the former declared that there
was a ttate of war between Euland and
Ireland, says that sterner demeanor on
I the part of the house will before long
necessary ju view v mese revuiuujj
Dublin, August SO. The Freeman's
Journal deprecates the ytolent langu
age to which utterance has been rren
in commons recently by Irish members.
It says: "It serves no good end."
Madrid, Auguse 20. Madrid news
papers are diseussing t he expediency of
forming jui alliance between Spain,
Austria an J Germany in order to check
the uifluer.ee of French democracy in
London, August 20. Cetewayo has
recovered from the wounds received in
the late engagement between his forces
and the insurgent, and made a request
of Queen Victoria that she will have a
full inquiry made into the treatment he
Alexandria, August 20. The report
in circulation S iturday that there was
a crisis in tin cibinet, auJ that Itiaz
Pasha would form a new ministry,
proves to have been without founda
tion. CANADIAN STORMS.
Toronto, August 20. A terrific
storm, accompanied by thunder and
lightning, visited the northwest part of
Ontario yesterday. At Listwcl the
water is two feet in the streets. Sever
al buildings and bridges were carried
away, and the destruction to property
gencrally.is very great. At Windhuni
the river lose twelve feet. The railroad
bridge and track were washed away,
and the country load is covered with
four feet of water. A large quantity
.of standing grain was destroyed.
BAD FOll EGYPT.
London, August 20. A Times Alex
andria correspondent say 8: If the
British toops should be withdrawn from
Egypt do European family would re
main in the country a week after their
departure. Egypt, he states, ia inca
pable of self-government.
Loudon, Aught 20. The daily News
intimates that Shaw, British missionary
iu Madagascar, who was imprisoned by
the "French there ou charge of haying
concealed two' Ilovas spiec; has been
I. C St. J., ill C B 1
Safest. Best and Most ReiiaMe
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D niiig Care,
Elegant Day Coaches
2 Si Loins Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
3 Atctison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux.Cit1
A id a!l pDiuH Ij nortlrvest, with
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City anl St. Panl
All trains run on timcconuecting for all points
East West, North & South
llcKeie lor saie hi an regular ucKt-i miice,
(formation regarding rates, time, &c. cheer
ily given ty addressing
dumb MUb !.
When any l'
bll I tT of lh i; K F It TI K IMS N
Occur. I.i.t vitality. ImcU .rn.-rv.. Ion lur,
wa.tlac eI.Mf-. ' ull ho iIIm um- r a yrr
anal BMtnre. f run Imtcvcr rniiw. !:. .onttliuoiis
lstaku uuuut mis iiiiiuiif.
mm - mr--
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. -
TO THE U0IB:-SF-jS
illon,D-pepl,or'wltli IH.cu.cmiritii- l.lv
dnevm lleaJwho ort old ti-vl, KmoIIcii or
Ankle, or Swollen Fed, ftn AI.iloniiD.il t
and a pnlr of Mairnrtlc hoot mhui ien
In the ro'lef ami cure r all thevo ni.iaiiuH. , j
carry a powerful umKnetio roru t-t tli -'it ot Ui
diK!r",I.Bme Ilacfc. WmlmfMorik. Pplnc. Vnll-
Int. of the womb. l-licorrh-a, broiilc iddiibiiuh'
A. C. DAWB.t.
tleu'l Pass AESii
J. K. Barnard.
STREIGHT Sr CO.
(Successor to HtrelgUt 4k. Miller.
orrhnseor Flooding. I'ulnful, hupprew' I and lr.
rrirular Menafruallun. llrrnii.'M, nil i;lifo or
I.lfe, thUUtbr lie.t ApnUunco .oil CO rail o A Hunt
For all forms of Female If fflmltlca it U onrir
paased by anytlilnir bcfoi-e lnveiit.-ci. ltli a a i uj ativo
atrrr.t and as'a source of pover and ritalintlon.
Prlceof either Belt with MapiieticFoot I!ntterlf,
Bent by exnrens CO. 1 ,an.l exnniltir.tion allowed. or ,y
mall on receipt of vrice. In ordering, fen. I ineiiMire jf
waist and size or Mioo. Remlftnnco inn pouuuwia tur
rency, sent In letter at our rii-k. ...
The Magneton Uarnient a.-e adapW to all ages, aro
worn over tbo under clothlnit, (nut neit to tho
body Uk tka many Galranlc and Kleeirlc Hum.
but adyertlaed ao extealveljr and abould be
taken oft at night. They hold thelrpweroreur.ao
are worn at all aeaaons of the year. -
Send stamp ror uie -tw utum uni i .ucui i.v
ment Without Medicine." Willi tuouniula of toillmo-
n- . . . .
1 lit. JLiUJr. I ut Arrunur,i,u.,
5il8 State .St., Ctiivueo, J 11
HOUSE SHOEIXG & WACON KEPAIKIXt
All Kinds of Farm implements Mended will
Neatness and Dispatch.
FINE f HEAVY HARNBS.
A large line of
saddles Bridles Cellars WMbs. &c
Always In stock.
Repairing of all Jcir.ds r.eatly dove o
Main Street, between Fourth and Filth.
CITY of PLATTSM0UTH
Valuable outlots for residence pur
poses. Sage's addition lies south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy ol
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron r,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
a. I. NI1FSOIV,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN", of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMEKICAJI EXPRESS CO.,
WELL'S FARGo & CO EXPRESS.
Offlcoln Rockwood Bloolc. with Johnson Bros
GAFF, FLEISCHMAN k CO.
The best yeast i 1 use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mornings. Cr 4 1 .J pjled by
Horse, Mule& Ox Shoeing
n short, we'll shoe anything that hup
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
u Kittu Sf between Main and Vine Street
ast across ie corner from the ar.v 11KKAL
. CD I tost
H " 1 W
LAFE CNEIL, Prop'r.
ear Mutton Peri Yaal CMcfcens. &c
Constantly on hand.
Also.all Wnd3of AMK m season, and ev
erything kept In a
FIRST-CLASS MEAT SHOP
At lowest possible rates.
CJu-mlHtry lniH iiH'vi'ril iio-i ino.lv wimtI"
to riiina f r liculiiiu i't riml i-riiriiiiM. j'riKir
ly !r-iiu'l uini cojubiucU, il. liiitt.no cquiti n a
tuilul in i'iiiiruiKiii.
xation of Hrnlca. Will
Bx'lily euro -Iihi-I
IikimIh, TM k l
Ids unci ioiiuliiiia
Of tllM (.kill, WllCtlllT Olll!Hf'l frotll f'lillllltll! Illtlll-
, koi- Hut nii'i .f III 111 H I. OSMiri K N.
Will -uro )lnil-s ! il iufU, rt-uacrliiii
ilm Hkm hkII Hinl luir. luvi!u.ibh In Null
KIk-iiiii. A lumilv r-nnlvtir-ulM. hnrtiH, lirniHc-N
uii.l hn 8. I'ltU li IN 1 1 "'A I. K r,v.
fl TOILET SOAP
In I. IlKlillullr r-
syi iiniif.1, 1 1 1 ii 1 1 11 m- 1 .
Iv llll-'. IW'fllH tlKI
sliiu from hnppiii f anl lirirmrt-4 to it lllw ml
it iifitlt by kI 1 'nrlviilN-il rr i-li-iiiilnu tin)
h-iiI Hinl -raclirittln liimriiir. Tho moHt IMr
'ret tciilot boiiii in tlio world. I'lCK i:. itfr vntn.
fl Shaving Soap
mm A mf licnt(vl artlolo
Rl tit rale infill. I'r-
n B -iiiH nil .iini.i.
licHlmwira liM i-ttinl
m ki;ssii VINi 11 ll l. K. II I
I I.V l il llll .' JiliriMTH. who uv ot it.
"Without piinillcl iih a Hliavuit; nun p." llluli In
Intlii-r mid lithtin:,'. Kffps tlit fiifjn mid tn-k lrio
1,-oiji pjiuplen. lUllt i: J.1-tH. lor u liuicu uk-.
Ih witliout fnifHtion
tbo iiioht iK'ifi-ct nr
ticlo tmr iroiuoiMl,
hi it not on! v t lon on
es tho t'-olli thoroiurlilv. I.ut ti coiniiinntioii
vi liMriiirii pri-Hervi H und Imrdi-liH th K'imM. It
fivcrt t tho lirn'Mli it HWi'Mt, tlfliento odor. lt
tiiHt' ixdnlimhtfii .. I'i l !.' Imx.
All lni!'r;iHts no 1 tho nliovn iirticlos, or wo will
ln til tlicui M)Htniicl,on rocoipt ol pi ICO.
.C. H. STRONG & CO.,
M rrorie1ors ami Manrrs., I'lifrui?
WILL J. W'A 1M5ICK.
M.ATTSMOI 'J it,
CITY SHOEING SHOP
I :nn oin to !o all k i ml h of sliiiciii, and
Io C':iri stud Woon work. l.'cti:iii iK aud
Plow work done lo order : now Is your time to
patroi. ize nif. S!o on V;f-liiiiton Avei.nu
fv-Cool S,iti-.f.i'l ion (Julir.'iiili-i-il.
J". I. TT iT JEZjU331,
FUP2TITUEE f COFFINS,
an.-l :i'.l kli.d- of j,-oori ni!;i.l!y kept lu a
I-'IICMl C1,ASH i 1 I'ltK IsTOItF.
Also, a vry coiiiph-t? ctook f I'nn'Titl (UhAh,
Metallic&WooilcnCofflns Caskets Rotes,
Our New ami '!""ii.it li.-a, i a! way In
lUmembcr tl: jilic, in ITN'ION
I'.I.OCK. on Sixlti Sirr-ft. TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
ty J Sank'.
I.er.r we may lit- louiul niaht onlay.
J. I UNRUHf
ltl3 . i. vr to jr I. MB
Dr. C. A. Marshall
(Successor to Clutter & Marshall.)
Preservation of natural teefa a pecialty,
Tetth extracted without pain by use of
All work wai ranttd. Prices reasonable .
FTTZOFRAtnT-LOCK, . PtATTSMOrTH, NEB