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PEKA HOUSE . BLOCK
to Ei K H! A fjOENTlf frunCSHERS.
Order taken for VMLSOifJ
STATION Kit Y. NOT
" C DLJE3S jSi JD CIGAES.
tin 1 1 rn f i n
j H H.S.I
yA t- a 4 1-,-a -4 --rt t-t--
JIENHV r. MILLEB and
The Plattsmonth Heral MMm Co.
I M' k I lit VII I 111! if
injured. O. Guidec, Jame Scully, tad'
Movella and on or two others are not
expected to live. The tccldeut was
caused by the hand car nt stopping ia
k . .
;blcago,Sept 18. H)CtWMUi cn-i , i ,
Boston, Sept , 19. Boston 3, De
troit 2. '
Providence, Sept. 19.- Providence 7,
Peoria, Sept. JO. Bay Citys 2, Pco-
JLJtfT J3. TOJDJD'S
tl fj ..J' .-. .i! i i iH -,;i I .:..; I
AT" SAGE'S Aft! WrfD,Vivdl8MilNayffll
. t.i mi j . i
riristfc' ucear ujine
r (uooK stoves.
v 2ton or general pafkcivr alct UCK ei;
af iris concluded thitf jaf iTsd'lu. (bi(f
t-iiess is chiefly ofh rVAtiuV' nalr
It wiu decided to plufi Honda tourist
tickets, good for six months, on sale
October 15, at the rate of four and. one
half cents per mile for the round trip,
London, Sept. 19.- The Times, in
, facing the ahte'ced'e'iits 'of." O'bonneli;
Unas jat Hej,tjrtyravq yeara pf ,.age,
a native ofiLeraddy, oouuty Donegal
T"lreiaBd; has been1 to Aifleria -several
luieV; "served "In y$ 'American ' 'war ;
.lived .for sprue imq '. n .Philadelphia,
aud Kept a public. uouse op tua tjauaui-
'aH Lordeir.;j'IIp luVested his funds in
Bilvrf'rnirfel I hd iiiTfeuIan ' bbu- ahd
'DonneU'theSJaywHGawy1036 M-nx th. returned to. irc
' . f ... it i ii i f ' inn tr t r i i
The Opponents of lien.
Butler in .CQiwentiqn.,,..
; .. . Tir.'. ' ,: ( ! c n in 'mI I . t i
. . itaiiroaui ouicKei.i .. -
i t i
i-IU.I. ej...,i I i.-.lim
hi i nut i?m (ii'ii.j i
fkfl ll-.llJ fill'.f.lTfl 4
The ' Yellow.i Fever is . . Ahai
: -I Mil
.l ; i
4- i'i )'..'-; j
rl I .ill.-)i I"
oil I I
( i 1)1 i':iui.il
Sporting. NotesL r.
To be found In the City.' New pood at prices that 'defy com pet Ion
Give me a call
.QSXiOiT. JOIfitlAEEiE; EJCIWIWH- pXvtftheconcluston-of;Lodge'8addre
l l! !
S&gy i'-th VZii
' I I-
.' li.ston, Sept.,;iL?,tJb?BUtU:
state c6i.VepfiqrX;w"?s catrea.' tnrcrtril-er'-at
eleven 'o'clock. 'Chairman Lodge of Uo
state central -committee wasuiqs&nl.as
by Iiev. Orvin P Gifford, addressed the
Warranted to be a3 good aa any wire made. We also
keep iu stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STOVES and
TINWARE, and sell a3 cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Rock wood 13 lock.
And Tinners1 Sto&
FOR SALE BY
vu; r ; ---
ST. LOUIS, MO
We have jus; received fine assortment of
Spring Wagon Tops,
which Me will sell at prices within the reach of all.
(Dome and See CDur (Canopy 3Toj.
THE LIGHTEST, NEATEST AND MOST CONVENIENTTOP
Also"a'completeILIn"ofMen. Boys.Tand .Ladies'.Saddles at
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
Cass County Iron Works
WAXHAN & EIRBT, Propr's.
MAJX UFA- J1. U li&iiX Ujr
the usual committee and officers were
appointed. ..f ....i i ,
Charles R. Cadm.ili.was chosen presi
dent, 'and on taking the !chair addressed-
the convention aKjensaerahle length.
His! remarks were cliiefly in reference to.
the present governor., Jle reviewed the
Tewksbury affair, and ;sald: "One man
had. led this crusade sigaiust the fair
fame of Massachusetts.' A man con-'
spicvious always, of great audacity, fatj
racy wit, of voluble and copious speech
and of restless personal ambition. A
man of national notoriety surely, if not
of national reputation, who lias ofteri,
solicited and sometimes obtained the
votes of the people; but had never been
able to retain them long A legislator
identified with congressional raids on
the treasury. A politician who pro
posed to the people to repudiate their
honest debts, and so win for their gaeat
and solvent country reproach and ids
sing among the nations of the earth. A
major general whose most valuable
services were as provost marshal, and
never as a leader of men, and whose
successes were those of Butler, and iot
a strategist. His references to Butler's
political and military record and na
tional notoriety were loudly applauded
by the delegates. He wa3 given three
cheers when he concluded.
Senator Daws submitted the platform
recommended by the comanttee on re
solutions, as follows:
In presenting to the people of Mass
achusetts its candidates for state offi
cers the republican party dots not deem
it necessary this ye;ir to oflVr any for
uial a'atenicur t pontic! principles.
These prJiu ipies have o!:ea bven uVclar
i d in national a flair-. Wo bfiieve in
equal rights and a fairly ci-uutcd vote
a thoroughly pure and reformed civil
service beyond the reach ol party con
flic:?, a sou ml currency, based on nn
honest specie dollar, a liberal, but in
ia no case extravagant or wasteful ex
penditure, a largely reduce-d laMtlou
ami wUe and well matured law to pro
mote and develupe American industry
and enterprise, both at home am on
the ocean. Wo endorse the administra
tion of President Arthur us wise, con
servative and patriotic.
The platform was unanimously
The committee oc counting ballots
reported the whole number of '-allots
cast for govereor 1, ICS. Necessary for
choice, 685. Henry B. Price 1, A. W
eo-mpany1 of Irish' 'Americans in ' Lon-
1d6iderv"rie,carrlea a revolver,' and
fcfi conftide.da , strong. flatfoualiij t,
,lut'he; opposed' tlie invincible, he. d.-.
nunctd Carey when the latter turned
ibrdr,m'br?ahdrcTe'clared that he., would
pqrsliocft, ttb'.'hlmby jnciias.rHe
went to Capetown because) fie .consiaec-i
td- Amervca'Dlaved ont: h had" never
Win Clittj tfof& Wktn)
"board .thosteanier Kiofauns.Castlu wken
flhaenAarked." ' r-r' . .,.
.'..'Thedeferise1 will' probably"' that
Carrey tnec to shoot the prisoner, who
.yre'nehed the revblver awajr'arid usei
ft to protect his p'w'n iife.' ' ' it is stated
i'hat O'DonneH's brother. Wh'o1 i's livinjer
Liaj'relau'ji" will e'riiieavor to ' obfa'iri tlie
'services of Sullivan, member of purlia-
'meat, to cinduct the .defense. t The
friends of O'Donnell ridicule the .idea
thai he Vent to Capetown for the s'pec-
ial purpose' of killing Carey.
Z'"A committee 'of lifteen was appoint--
Ijd'.tb consider and repblt' at "the next
-- i i -i -.ti . .
biliiy of establishing
on the practica
a rate bureau;
,b.vpig ( sucit jurisdiction . as may .be
gfecd on,' to make ail through' rates
fbi" the entire country, the expenses to
be'di,--M-d-odawvng:i:-he dines on-UieUVr.,
aia bf revenue. Tbe-quesfii&Q of rc
iing all rates to schedule on the first
of, Octttbe5!"' 'was again5 brought up, and
put ko'.'an ay'p aq-'np vote. Sixty-eight
iiines .wcre.repreBentod. Fif ty-three Vo
te4 iye,the "remainder declined to vote.
Of this number 'all wrV western roads
except, qixk Tbfl Raines of tose.fder
ciining.toi vote could not be obtained.
.. .. ' lio-FURTHEU CUT. "
. . - 1
No new ,put has been mode on the
passenger rate war between Chicago
and Louisville, the rate remaining
Chicago, sePl- 19- '-The national as
sociation of railway baggage men is in
session in this city today. They spent
the day in the discussion of the sub
ject; ".Lost, strayed and stolen Dag-
gage" with the best means of tracing
and preventing loss to the traveling
public. Tomorrow the body will con
sider the report on the checking system,
with suggestions fur improvement.
Brass checks were found to be quite a
costly and cumbersome item in the
equipment of roads, and one growing
all the time, for as the number of roads
increase, all other roads even remotely
connected with it, must add a set of
chsc-ki tor poi ts on the liw.
Topek-t, Sct t 19 The Coiiiinun
wealth will announce tomorrow ii-e res
iguation of C. C. W het ier, general man
ager of the AtchisGu, Topeka te Sauta
Fe railway. This step is made ueces
sary by considerations of a strictlv bu
siness nature on the part of Mr. Wheel
er, and bivti tiiieii contemplated by him
for some time, The resignation takes
eifv-ct October 1.
Xl file fritfii tSd futifj-d:
tiflwed hiiA vWinynni
isbury iu the Rockwood block over
Johnsou Bros. store, where I may be
found during office hours.
lOQdAWtf W. II.SCHILDKNECHT.
Special inducements are offered j-ou
by the llurlington route. It will . pay
you to read their advertisement to be
foundte.whj-irfl in Uuiue,, f ,fVlM 4
. .FIRST. NATIO
' X.'w.4 VicLauouLi'.v
all WIWTSI DS
emdiMtno ax ei.koant Auietv or
I I I I 111 I I l . 1 V J V V t J I I 11 11 M ll 11 - -LJ U -M L I .
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" i ui -r'Ti fi ( n i
mM -ft. j n m. m m n
nonns. uress liooas. i
is ( i
OF.i'-UlTTSMOUTI. WKBKAHliA -
Offers th very best facilities for the prompt
'' i "' tp:tnHof inn of Ipi'llimntft ;i"(.
' , BANKING BUSINESS.
fe'tocljs, Uonds. Gold. Oov?rnrm n,t and ,JLoc
- ' SeqijLrirlen liou';lit and Sola, Ufpuilfreyciy .
i CatiiH, Draft flrawu, aVailWts l apy
t . --
don't carjpfjnake an' com.
nrT(U'larrn tins deii.'irt-
Pi't)io ladies are
idi direa thai i v. e are,
.any .. ...-
part of the United Stated stud all
used tci.ct- tit&Jwte&t y
thQ haqijpst ufcJcriaTgn1tgi
rnarKet, and we left nothing un
done to find lor the Judith A Hne
f iroods i nl'eri .-to none -tor
foil i ul. .and at vrics tJiat-wilL t-all
jlankr ts and Uomfortables.
We are nlle to giyp lniom.
rices on these &Mdjli''f'OiiQp&Ji
is large and iieutlHdj? '' ,
have no trouble nfQvint; .-?c
lection, -wr-w . . - -
aOiiiUxJc .r-iViiriiK coinpriseH
jjvcrythjnfl in .Wterji suid (Jer
inurknittingj dOffiJI liies, of ;
niKlet market nrlces paid for CQunty.War-i
, , , ! "'"niftts. Sf-itifiLd'cSu'Ary Kbitf:"' "'
i-..? I- ' -' -: 'j'- -.'m u "t. ti'iMi a
i ' DIRECTORS : . .
J6TiB Fitzeeratd"; ' "A.'E:'Ttnz'a1!n.
JolitJ U. ClarK,, , . T.,i,t, It, -CCu suing.
JUDUI I.. f TJ &. J. ,1 llliV
-ii. ..rA,..W..McLaJuchhr. i w. .. .n'.i
TT 1 I TTIATVJn fUi.
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'.'..REDPrefiidenti'." ' '
" b:"A.' GltlSOk, tce-rresideh't.
fie NewesLShades. Chabfef jhan Ever Before.
e carryall tlie lcad- Jr-
Gesefal Baiting Btfamss'Tfansaciftil.
devolved, and Injjjresj Uojjujd (paflDne Crtl,
Oinwn ayaiable jln. apyu paj.t ,of ..the Vuite-4
stares ana all the principal cities of Europe.
ijnO-foW" u s deflrtment we
dilUMtiti' and lMig-n,8 V Isjthe (
which for variety and cheapness prices riirht with you
has never been equalled. , j The,rIp.-it. ft(U: Corset
o- Norn a fronts tor
The largest assor;rCo,Tnr,U'!lV'f IJ
c J . oi.il 'I'hi ina.ti7u I . I. ktTk l if f hup
lYwmr riX' fkimtinil
Illlli L IA . 1 Js 1 1 w4
xcfclieat lAUietK u line iueniio, Tn lll1J ,. v Illlli1;llf,
1ai I T l.i:,.,) c i..l n " -r'5 " "ft.' o
in the city.
' : Agents t for t?ie celebrated ;- , ,
Hamlmrg; Une of Steamers.
.. .wuuui ""Hi " "; , in tin line we c:irv nullum;
ltussi n C'cula'rs8, Paletot etc.,
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets.
' bt yjos yer iiown he5e; ; pricos rangi ng frrJ J JrJ jj jj f J
Carpets, Mattings and' Oil Cloths,
On these Goods we are Headquarters.'
V JOHN BLACK. President,
1 J. M. PATT-iliSON, Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business": ;
, HIGHEST CASH PltlCE
Paid or County and City War. ants.
and promptly remitted for.
Join Black, J. M. Patterson," C. n.Parrrel
F. K. Guthmann, J. MorrtBsey, A. B.
mith. Fred tt order. '
t)ne Door East of First National I'ank.
uC'iustrv naa discovered naixmedv uinmiiw
hi uiru i i- iiKmxuK exwruai uruptions. i r pr
ly prepared and couibiaed, it. lias .no equal as a
The Uiubest conden-
sactou or arnica, wm
speedily cure chaji
ped liandn. cra-k d
li,f ,.nrt rmiolinur.
inn xin,wueinfi ciutsoa Iroiu c.imatic intlu.
hitos nr tho usi- f HlllSTFLV. COSMETICS.
m i-i euro li;ii;-s uu lau and iieck, rendi rine
..I.- . stiit Mint ui r. iiiTuJiuDle in sail
iti.i inn. A lamiiy reniedyforcuts, burns. braises
u s .ires. J'lticK 1 AiiZVAL. TUBES, 25c
f!n fl TOILET SOAP
111 B Si &k "mi'a.iujmy ineo
M B ted. ALsolute.
skin from chappia- and imparts to it life and
a healthy flow. Cnrivulied for cleaning the
j'P and eradicating dandruff. Ttio moat per
v wjiici uuuiJ iu iu worm. S6 celltn.
We have a larger stock than ever of
BOOKS, IITEZS, c5cc,
- which we will sell for
IRON FRONTS. . HOUSE COLUMNS,
AN 11 CASTINGS.
r facilities ortiesTy work ia Cola mns and Castings for Business Houses are
n&ased ia the State. ....
ACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds. Oar Machine Shop fully equipped
all claaues or work in iron. m mm
I,t;'i nixe Nraska manufacturing. We dapucacr an easterr- prices, saving
'tj; i nd timo. ..
Js t.i a building ia any part of the State should j-mte for our terms of castings
rh Utb, PIATTSMOUTU, NF3
lieard 1, A. II. Rice 1, Rufus II. Frost
1, Ii. W, Harris 2. Chiis. R. Cadmau 3
Ileury C. Abbot 4, Lodge 5, Thom3
Talbot 6, Goo. A. Bruce 35- Chas. Fran
cis Adam?, jr 117, Geo. D. Robinson
895. The result was recived with vo
On the ballot for lieuteuant governor
Oliver Ames had 775 out of 1 ,097.
flEBIOUSLY ISJCREr. V
San FraDciaco, Sept. 19. Gen. Mc
Dowell, late commandm? the Pacific
dividou of the United States army was
thrown from his busfgy yesterday. His
injuries at first were supposed to be
slight, and but little attention was paid
to the matter. Today they assumed a
more serious turn. His mind is wan
dering with frequent relapses to a com
atose state, nis friends state that h's
injuries are much more serious than
eOi-iSTRUCTIO-V TRAIN WBECKED.
Syracuse, X. Y- Sept. 10 A con
struction train on the West Shore rail
road, going east at 6even o'clock this
mornlug struck a haud oar four miles
east of this city. Fifteen platform cars
with 150 workmen, were piled up in a
mass. The killed arc Peter Smith, of
Syracuse, an Italian, name unknown,
and John CaT, Jr. A water, boy wa3
IaIvW wveieiy, TUutoeu-otUerf we-rv
St. Johns, N". F Sept. 19. The
French fishing schooner Mercury, which
arrived at St Pierrie last night from
Grand Banks, picked up on the 12th
two New Foundland Usherinan, Walsh
and Mathews, in a dory, having been
six da?s adrift, without food or water.
They became delirous, aud Walsh open
ed his veins and sucked blood to
quench his terrible tliirsr. They were
so helpless that they had to be hoisted
aboard with a rope. The Mercury also
brought Captain Iliscock and three of
tlie wrecked Xew Foundland. They
kuew nothing of the balance of the
FEVER CHECKED. T
Guaynias, Mex., Sept. 18. Yester
day's rains have checked the fever. No
new cases reported since last niffht
Business houses reop ening. .
Kansas City, Sept. 19 The inter
state Underwriters association of Mis
souri, Kansas and Nebraska closed a
two days' session this morning. The
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President, Milton Welch,
of Kansas City; vice president, L. B
Hoffman, cf Sedalia; secretary, Alf.
Bennett, of Kausas City; au extra com
roittee of three members from each
State. Adjournod to meet at Tope k a
on the third Monday of March, 1884.
Springfield, 111, Sept. 19. Spr
fields 8, Toledos 0. Ten innings
played and the game was called on
count of darkness. . ...
New York, Sept. 19. New Yorks 2,
Clevelands 2. Draw game, called at
the end of the eighth inniog.
Philadelphia, ,Sept. 19. Pluladel
pfaiua it, Bu&iloe 9. itit In&uiga.
MB A medicated article
EkCl of rare merit. lro
g g vents aU pimple.
MAKES 8HAVIXO PEuThl """
KndtirseU by ljeadiniz Barbery wro aay of it.
"Without parallel as a shaving aoap." Kich in
lather and lasting. Keepi the face and neck free
fioia pimples. P.atli 15 cts. tor lare cake.
Ifl fl TOOTH SOAP
I D m Jtn 's without question
IBB Ksl ttj0 most perfect ar
J 0 g Ucle ever produced
es the t-etb thorouchly, 1-ut tho eombinatioo
i ,ii aruica preserves ana caraens cue puma. l
Kives t the bre.th a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste ia deliehtfu - Price, SiSc a box.
All druRRists se 1 the above articles, or we trill
mail tueuo, postpaid, uu receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG & CO..
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicagc
By adhering to the Cash system, we will incur no qad debts, and
can sell 10 per cent, cheaper than by the old credit system.
on School Books, amounts to considerable. Remember to bring the
Cash, and bay your supply cheap, at :
W. J, WAHHIGE'S.
D 3 5 V ' 3B S.
I 2 E W H L Q,
were MlJ LJ W ffl Q
ac- L I tJ n, 1
ALE; WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,-
:01d Kentucky Whiskies,
MTJMM'S EXTR4 IItV CHAMPAGNE,
. - - ST- LOUIS LEER.
Always on draught.
,, ALWAYS IX STOCK, AT
- . PLATTSMOUIII, NEI3.
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