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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1883)
OPERA HOUsE BLOCK
Order takn for W ILHON EROS.' HI1IKTS.
JD I 7nk
MASON & HAMLIN
P HENRY F. MILLER and
uA.3T S. TOJDID'S
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, OX LOW Ell MAIN STREET.
The Plattsmonth Heral PDMiskinc Co.
Passenger Fares Touch Bot
tom with a Five Cent
Rate Between Chica
go and Louisville.
TTlie Ifficst ILinc of (Cook Stoves,
(Ken oral II Hard ware
66 66 66
To be found in the City. New goods at prices that defy competion. Give me a call
AMI JH TTdDUDUD.
"W"arranted to be as good as any wire made. "We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STAVES And
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Rock wood Block.
And Tinners' Stock
FCR SALE BY
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Owing to my continued bad
health I have concluded to re
duce stock, I shall sell from now
at prices, way below their actual
value, my stock of
CROCKERY. GLASS QUEENSWARE,
LAMPS AND TABLE CUTLERY.
Parties desiring anything in the above line, should call early, before
the selection is broken.
ip. jr. ihajstsiekj.
Cass County Iron Works
WAfJLLN & KIRBY, Propr's.
IRON FRONTS. 0AS,HOUE COLUMNS.
xfactlitte or heavy work in Columns and Castings for Business IIoui
Chicago, Sept. 24. The Louisville,
New Albany fc Chicago road had things
ita own way during the dy. in selliULT
tickets at the rate t'$l to Iuil'iHiiapoIis
to points beyond, w hich, of courHe made
the cut to CiDcinuati, Dayton. Colum
bus and other poiuts. Late tuiht,
however, the l'au Handle and Kauka
kce lints decided to meet the cut, and
will begin selling at the same rates to
morrow momincr. The Kankakee line
has not heretofore taken part iu the
war, as it was noticeably afltcted by
the cut when confied to Chicago and
Louisville. But when it extended to
Indianapolis. Cincinnati and other
point, the Kankakee line was foiced
into the light, and now promises to meet
any cut made bv anybody. The Chi
cago and Indianapolis cuts also forced
the Chicago & Eastern Illinois road in
to the row, and judging by its first
move it promises to be quite a marked
factor in the problem. It announces
tonight th-t it will begin tomorrow
selling tickets to Indianapolis, includ
ing a chromo. for five cents. It is un
derstood that the five cents is for the
chromo, uud that the fare is thrown in
gratis. To points beyond Indianapolis
the regular Jare will Le chargtd as is
done by by the Louisville, New Albany
& Chicago, making the rate from Chi
cago to poiuts named as follows:
Cincinnati, $3.55; Dayton, $3 35;
Springfield, 84; Urbaua, $4.30; Colum
bus, 35.35. The officers ol this line
say they have been forced into the
tight, and propose to make u as hot as
possible. The Louisville, New Albany
& Chicago people say that they are pre
pared to meet any rate made. It is im
possible to bay where the matter may
Cincinnati, Sept. 24. The Indianap
olis, St. Louis & Chicago and the Cin
cinnati, Hamilton fc Dayton roads met
the cut rates of the Louisville, New Al"
bany & Chiciigo road to Indianapolis.
There was f-unie hesitation about the
meeting, but it was at last agreed upon.
SENATOR SHAKOS '3 TROUBLES.
San Francisco, Sept. 24. It is stated
on good authoiity that Neilson, actiug
as attorney for Miss Aggie Hill, against
Senator Sharon. d-cJiin to attune any
f the responsibility iu respect to the j
authenticity ot the allege-i uuainaije
contract published some c'ajs ao
Miss llili claims under the conn act to
he the legitimate wile of the senator.
auu as such preferred against him the
chariie of adultery previously tel-
KTHphed. She entrusted Neilson with
a copy of this con trier, wiiu intiuc
tious to publish, which he did oier her
signature, ' ut beyond the assertion of
ids client does not pretend to vouch for
the accuracy of the document.
A GOOD HAUL.
Detroit, Sept. 24. It was discovered
during the day yesterday that the Jew
ell y store ot r, Balshooveu had been
robbed the night before of some $15,
000 worth of goods, as near as eau be
estimated by a h-isty inveutory of the
stock. The work was done by experi
Cincinnati, Sept. 24. Later reports
from the accident near Seymour. Iud..
on the Ohio & Mississippi road, show
that no one was killed. The five per
sons lett. at .Mitchell, Willie Dickens,
Albert Dickens, J. V. Taylor, wiie and
child, all bound for De Soto, Kansas
are all doing well this morning, and are
in good spirits. The boy reported
killed is running about. Engineer
Phipps, also reported killed, is Btil
about, but his injuries are severe. He
wascrusned between the engine and a
wrecked car on the side track. Both
trains had been ordered to go slow past
the wreck of the freight train?, and
Phipps ct.me to a full stop, as he had
car of unusual width, and was in doubt
about its clearing the wreck.
iUicago, &ept. 4. Js. decision was
rendered today in the case of Frederick
Ker, who absconded to Peru with $50,-
000 worth of securities belonging to
Preston. Kean & Co' bank. Ker made
an application for his release irom ar
rest on the ground that he was kidnap
ped from Peru, and therefore not prop
erly or legally under arrest. The de
cision of Judge IcAUister remands
Ker to custody. The decision is that
if proper writs of arrest were issued by
the court having jurisdiction of crime.
i nose writs are operative, no matter
in the State
ACUINE KEPAIKINO of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped bow tiin prisoner was brought w thiu
alt classes of woric id iron.
70 m'iriuii. ui.uiww t i . . ,. ...
pnuu i lion. i.ne case win go to the supreme
PaSes Imildin i .y part beSwte should ..rite forrterm sof ca-rings court.
parties XIQ2T WORKS - - ' rxova suit.
dvrti tltn, WW. -wwowuau,j tow cuk, oopu i,-WiiUo UUjy
bonds in a civil proceeding today,
Charles Davis was arrested on a bench
warrant. Davi. it appear, kept a gam
bling establishment, at which it is al
leged Wm li. Carroll, a coupon clerk
in the comptroller's office, played and
lost some $7,000 which belonged to the
city. Carrol is dead, and the city fcucd
Davis to recover the amou.it. Davis'
arret-t today was on an indictment for
maintaining a gambling house.
New York, Sept. 24. David E Aik
er, inspector o water meters, arrested
for complicity in frauds on the water
register's bureau and indicted for for
gery on having altered the book of rec
ord, was arraigned today, lie pleaded
not guilty and gave bail to answer.
Couticil BlulTa, Sept. 24. Shortly
after 6 o'clock this evening. Dr. A. 13.
McKune a prominent physician and
druggist of this city, was shot and in
sanity killed by oneE. D. Cross. The
murdered man was on his way to sup
per when he met Cross, between whom
there was an old standing feud. Some
words passed between them, when, it
is said they came to blows, resulting iu
Cross drawing a revolver and shooting
McKune through the body. The mur
derer gave himself up and is iujuil.
He claims that he did the shooting iu
The deceased has been a practicing
physician here for the past fourteen
years. Cross came here four years ago
from Baltimore, but was generally
shunned by the balance of the profes
sion. A year or two ago he was the
principal witness against McCune iu
an alleged abortion case, of which the
latter was charged, Cross seeming desi
rous to secure an indictment against
him, but failed. Since then both have
been ho tile, but never came together
uutil this evening with the fatal result
noted. McKune leaves a wife and
aged parent, the latter in Pennsylvania.
He was forty-live years of age and a
well known physician and surgeon, and
a member of the State and Western
Iowa medical societies. Cross is an
electric doctor, of erratic ideas, and is
regarded by some as a sort of crank.
The coroner's jury adjourned until to
morrow without taking testimony.
Chicago, September 24. Work was
resumed this morning at the rolling
mills, South Chicago; 1,800 men went
iu. Wages will be paid on the Pitts
The new board of trade clearing house
opened for business to-day. There
w as a great crowd of clerks about the
windows all morning, and it was im
possible to get through business at 11
o'clock, the hour named for closing. As
a result probably nobody will be post
ed. though several linns failed to make
any statement to the clearing house.
There was much confusion, .as the state
ment bv different firms did not airree
In some cases firms reported trades
with other parties to the sine deal,
and failed to report them owinsr to
ringing" settlements Saturday. The
success or failure of the new arrange
ment Fceuis to remain an open question.
Lord Coleridge visited the stockyards
and packing house to-day; will drive
on the north i-ide to-morrow, and lunch
with E. B. Washburn, ex-Mmisier to
The Oriental Consistory knights, to
the number of over 1,000. left this eve
ning for Ciuciuuuti and Louisville.
About half ot Villara's North?ru
Pacific excum uits arrived here at
noon on their reiurn trip. They spent
the afternoon iu a visit to Pullman and !
left this evening for the east. Villaid
declined to be interviewed relative to
the Wall street raid on Northern Pa
lhegaicsot the State fair grouuds
werethrown open today, but it was not
intended to be more thau arranging for
exhibitors to get their exhibits in readi
ness. No judging and no racine took
place. There is a vast aggregation of
the various breeds of horses, cattle
sheep, swine and poultry, and a large
display of agricultural implements
Speed trials beiu tomorrow.
The comer stone ot the new public
manual training school, to be erected by
the Chicago Commercial club was laid
James T. McKay' late of Philadel
phia au-1 only one day in the employ
ment of a large notion house here, go
ing up in the elevator tonight, attempt
ed to get off" at the fourth floor, but
was caught and ground to death be
tween the elevator and wall.
Vincago, oepi. a-i. Last night was
quite cool and after midnight calm and
clear. There was, however, no frost in
iue city, ana as as iar as iarneu, none
in the surrounding country.
Lord Coleridge and other members
of the New Yoik bar now in this city
have accepted an invitation to hear
Duff's Standard Opara Company in the
dramu of "Heart and'Hand"' this eve-
JOHN PlTZOKRALD, A. W. McLAUolU.IN
OK PLATT8MOUTH. NhHKASKA,
OitTS the very best faellittes tor the prompt
truoHucllon of legitimate
Storks, llolnls. ;o!tl. (iovvrnment and Joca
Mrvurll len Hoii'ilil and Sola, HriMsltn receiv
ed mid Interest allow i-doti t lint i 'rtlti
c.ttfH, li;ilt draw ii, available In any
war l ! tlic I.' nited NtaicM unj all
tlie prhielpal towiiH of
Collection made & promptly remitted.
flighrst market prices paid tor County War
rants, htateai.d County lioudt.
John Flt7.ircr.iid A. K. Touzalla,
John K. Clark. K. ('. 'iiliiiin.
ieo. K. Dovey. F. K. While,
A. W iMcI-auirlilln.
FALL & WINTER GOODS
EMBRACING AX KLKGAXT VAKIKTV !'
L. HEED, President.
I). A. (illiSON, Vitv-rn sideut.
It. 8. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General umn Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available In any part of the Unite
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
We don't care to make an3r coin
incuts on our line in this depart
ment, ibr we know the ladies are
much Letter judges than we are,
though our best endeavors were
used to et the latent styles and
the handsomest materials in the
market, and we left nothing un
done to ii t id for the ladies a line
of goods inferi'-r to none to he
found, and at prices that will sell
all wc can handle this Fall.
Blank' ts and Comfortables.
We are able to give you bottom
prices on these goods. Our stock
is large and new, and you will
have no trouble in miiktiig a selection,
Our stock of Varus comprise
everything in Western and Ger
man knitting; also, full lines of
Germaiitowiis, Saxonies, etc,
Ayents for Vie celebrated
Mkm Line of gie
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
i JOHN 11 LACK, President. 1
1J. M. I'ATT'iKSON, Cashier. (
Transacts a General Banluui Business. TTn jl prFPflP T1,e la,ost lor
iHIGIIEST CA.SH riilCE UllUUl nUlll, ment ever opene
OKI DllfflTQQll(i nilri
oil), nmmih) auu
In Plain, Brocade, and Fancy Fabi hpies.
fhe Newest Shades, Cheaper than Ever Before.
nilTT In this department we
1U1 J . oiler
We carry all the had-
icollectionotI.il- UUIUUIU. mr br.md-. fn m the
dies' Gent' and Children goods, best to the cheapest, and make the
which for variety and cheapness nriccs rbrht. with Villi 'MVf tlllW
v a - - j
has ntver been equalled.
Uie be.-t 51 hi Ijorset. in the city,
hole agents ir Rdl's Health and
t ! Kuiing Corsets, Warnei's HipD
" ran . . - . ... "
and liioiiison s Gl
t . .
love V 1 1 1 1 1 i r.
Paid tor County and City War. -ants
COLLKOriUSiH 31 AUK,
and promptly remitted for.
Jol r. Black, J. M. I'att ison, C. II. I'arn el
F. K. Outhmsnn, J. Iorri-spy, A. n.
raitii. Krod onlir.
iX.Zr,SrkA1:;113lliBS, Mnslin Urtaup-
. MMAAU W .14 14 &J A II LU1I
In tliib lii.e we c
t -V- 11T1 . " .
excellent Jauies lute JMerino
suit for 1.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at 2.75 a suit.
but made from the best mnslin,
and iiiuf-t ti immingK I'till line.
I'nemistry has discovered noiomcdy sjiperiov
to rnica f c healina extornul eruiiClnns. f'n t-r
I. v prepared and coiuUiuud. ir baa .no equal as u
The lii'heBt conden
Eatioii of arnica. Will
speedily cure cliair
of the skin. T7hether
eiicos or th tiso of I
Will cure Dimples o
ohj Bkia stt and fa
Klieuin. A ianiily ren
a .! sores. 1'ltl cK IX
Russian Circulars, Palctos, tc,
The Latest, The Best, The Hob"biest
Slyles ever shown here; rices ranging from So to S;5.
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
nedy for cut. burns, liruisn I I ' I J w i w
fi.ni-J, bilily hum:
ic leu. Al BOlutr
lv r)U-p. Kcfiia tl:
siiin inm caappiuan i imparts lo it lite otit
it lieiiltliy srlow. TJurivulJed for cleuninc tli.
s -n p ana eradicating aanurnir. Tbo most per
ccb Luiieb oup m uio Vi'oriu. l iui t,, Kt ceiltH.
On these Goods we are Headquarters.
One Door East of First National Hunk.
A medicated artich
01 raie inei lt. J'i---
ven I all tiiniili-c
.. iivmsii iii.ir a i r-r.jt.il i-.
:nl rsed by Keudiu,' Barbera. wl.o nav of it.
'V itbout parallel as a fibavins oap." Hich in
iather and lasting. Keeps the faie and neck free
i.ora piiupies. r-Jt'ti J.S vt. tot r large cake.
E ELKHORN SAL
Is Trithout qucstiou
mo most peri ct or
t.cle ever proiuced
as it not onlv cleann
cs tbe t eth thoroughly. I ut tbo combinntlor
wi b arnica preserves and hardens tbe cutns. 1
gives 1 1 tbe bro,tb a sweet, delicate odor. It?
taste is aeuentiu k'rxv, soa box.
All druggists se 1 the above articles, or WO Will
mail them, postpaid, u receipt of price.
O. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chlcagr
WILL J. W A It RICK,
PLATTSMOCTH, - - - NI BR 4 SKA.
WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
o - 5.
fry Virtue of an urdir of sain iiunnrf liv -T W
Joliusoii. ooiiuiv judtfe wituiu aud for Cass
ci.uuiy, aeorasKit. Hud to ine directed, I will on
Saturday, iue utu day ol October, A. J. 18jW. at
u u ciuck a. in. oi Hani dai :ll t,i mintli i,.ur
ot the Court bouse in the city of flattamoutii.
iusoiu tuuiiiv. sen a. duduc auction iue toikiw
inn persoual Dioueriv to wit :
two OedfCeidH. 4auiltS. 2 .llftef d nlllnura o
aw a kiv, t ii:a utiua. i tame una on ci n n
cover. I mx, 36 yard, carpet. 1 bureau, i louuire.
2 picture. 2rockinif chairs, a cane neat chairs.
4 vod bottom chair.. 1 bracket. 2 deer Heads,
I kitchua table. 1 table bDiead.M mrkor. r. li
ke is. 1 lol dishes. 1 ouok xtuve nun I urn it nr. 1
coal oil can. 1 w.ir.cr lnn-ki-i . vn n ri..m-
Jug, 1 waU tub. l bucket lard. 1 clothes basket.
The samebelne levied unon and tak n as tt.o
Drooertv uf .loiin linn ii.n. iuru.i ...i ...
atlify a judKUieut of said court by M ti. Mur
phy & Co., plaiDlitfs.
i'lallaiuoutli, eb..Sept. 24th A. D. 1883.
K. W. Hvkks,
- Shertll Cas Co.. eb.
Uy M. Ucfiiwaio, Oepuxjf. ma'4 ,
ST- LOUIS IiEER.
Always on ar&iitzlzt.
jSl E'lEffJES of CIO-its
ALVAYS IN STOCK, AT
(Chi cage, Du;lin3c - i
WayoH, Buygy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I as. now prepared to Co all kinds of repaWn
vi larm auu oiner macninery, as (Qere
la a good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wason Maker
ha taken charge or the -ason snop.
He Is well known as a
NO : WOliXllAN.
K'W WronM and Hnjrlft made C
COINC EAST AND WEST.
tlegant Day Coaches.
iug iiiairs (seats rree),
rolvins Chairs. Pullman
the famous O. li. & C Din
i mm tmcan k Kansas
tiiuns, c.ucapo & lies
sepn. Atcnison E Tope!
tween Ch:caro, Lin-r.ln & Denver. Through cars
,rM-iwecn icai.'tnapoii.4 Si Council HiuiTs 1a iforii
tAd convections mid" in Cnion Dt-rx.ti. it U
jUaowu ihe greet Tlll'.OVUU CAI: IJN.
( COINC NORTHAUDSOliru
Parlor CiT3 with Rociiu-f Solid Train of Eltract Ik p, m
hmoiaruj cars, with l aaa Palace bleeping Curs a run daily to and
Palace Suseoin? f in a.n.1 . .mm Kf. .ir. ri . . .7f J.
a. run daily to and Durlinstoa. Cedtr Unia and Aif-rT i iXL-f 1
cary, itucaeo & ouacti I Paul aud Mitineouolii: l-arinrr ..i. i
.MotneS. Chicago. St. Jo-iChs.irn to and rrom f.t. Imu, r.n't i-'..
ka. Onlv throueh lin be- and frt.m Kt T.nia r,.i r...., .t
It li unjverulyauuilt:oJ to bo tl
fars tk-iwet-n ht. Jxiuis .ml L)fi
uacvin, .eiiraiiKA. oud Xenver.
uf FtTli Equipped Railroad In the World for ail Classes cf Travel
JT. POTTEIt j-dVIce-Prca t and Cen-1 Manager. PI3CLVAL LOWELL. Gea. K; t"tLJ
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