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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1883)
OPERA WOUsE BLOCK
Orders taken for WILKON EKOS. HHIItTR.
J, P. Timy
n n n
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND,
TTHiie USest JLine of (Cook Stoves5
" K asoline Stoves,
k 66 66 Hinwarc
(Keneral H Hard ware
To be found in the City. New good- at prices that Arty com pet Ion. Give me a call
ami m ardDBDU).
5Co and 7Jg
"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,
(all and see us in the Rock wood Rlock.
C. G. HEROLD'S
Louisville Branch Store!
Can be found the largest and
best stock of
Ti links, Valises, Bots and Shoes,
In Cass County, at Bed Rock Prices. Remember the place.
THT. HinEIffiILIID5 Manager.
ST TV TTTTTTTTT OvTT TTK
IRON KRO.VTS. OAS.lOUKE COLUMNS.
Xfaciliti or heavy work in Column and Cartings for Businew Ilouseg ara
pwwl m the State.
- ACHINE REPAIRING of all kinda. Oar Machine Shop is fully eqaippe..
all clasaea of work in iron.
atronize N ra-.1c. manufacturing. We dutlirc all ensterr prices, savin"
' Partiea bnil.hn? i ny part of the fitnte
MASON & HAMLIN
ON LOWEI. MAIN STREET.
And Tinners' StoflL
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOUIS. MO
Bests' FDraislg Goods
jc --rr m. a
sliouM r.te for our ttrma of catiiK i
UTil ii mum
Tbe Plattsmoutti Heral PnUiddiit Co.
Report of the Republican
State Convention at
Railroad Rates, ana Other
Items of Interest.
. WASHINGTON NOTES.
Washington, Spt 27 It is expected
at the navy department that Lieut.
Ilarber, who was sent to Siberia to as
aist in the Jeaunettc search, and who
was afterwards ordered to bring to
America the bodies of Lieut. Delong,
Dr. Ambler and Jerome Collins, will
leave Irkotsk about the 1st of Novi ru
ber ni-xt, and will reach the United
States with the bodits tome time in
The resignation of Judge Hay, chief
of the division of postal laws and regu
lations of the post office department,
has been tendered the postmaster
and will probably he accepted. Post
master General Gresham ban the high
est respect and esteem for J udge Hay,
and their relations will remain perfectly
Pittsburg, Sept. 27. -The strike ol
c al miners iu the neighborhood of
Connt lltviile threatens to become gen
tjral throughout that region.
Pittsbuig, Sept. 27, Umpire SIc
Cube today decided that three and one
half cents per bushel should be the
wages of railroad coal miners in this
district, lrom October 1 to A pail 1,
18S4. The miners wanted three and
three-quarters, and the operators were
willing to pay three and one-quarter.
Both 6ides have accepted the umpire's
decision, and there wili be no strike.
Quiucy, Sept. 27. The state protect
ive association fixed the sccreturys sal
ary at $1,000 per ye:.r, and selected
Chicago as the place of meeting next
year. No other important business was
transacted. Tonight a grand banquet
and ball was given by the local associa
tion in honor of the visitors. Speeches
were made byIIon, W. Stein weidser,
Jttmes I. Purnell, Peter llarcborough
and Mr. McKeough. Delegates leave
for home tomorrow niornii g.
THE STAT K FA IK.
Chicago, Sept. 27. Tht alU-nd.'inef
at the fi.ite tan today is estiiiiaicii it
75.0U0. Tlicre vere two tio.iing :.-
during the afternoon, that for .-laMmis
in sei viie during the season of 18f3,
hicli was won by Pain'oas-, Iml n.i-
euce second, iliglilan-1 Chuf thii.l.-
Be-t time, Three-yer oids
mile heats, Elviua lirst, Vildmout sec
on !, jpaiueiie iniru. Jes-t lime,
Baltimore Sept. 27. The republican
state convention to nominate candi
dates for governor, comptroller and
attorney general, met at 11 o'clock, and
was called to order by Henry Stock
bridge, chairman of the state central
committee. Hon. J. M. Harrison was
elected temporary chairman. Commit
tees on credentials and resolutions were
appointed, and a recess taken until one
When the convention reassembled
the temporary officers were made per
manent, and the report of tho commit
tee on resolutions was adopted. Dart
B. Hatton, of Baltimore county, was
by acclamation nominated for governor.
J. X.. II. Smith, (colored) of Baltimore
iu the name of 40,000 colored voter in
Maryland, guaranteed 40,000 black j
votes would be placed in the ballot
boxes for Holton. The ticket was
completed as lollows: Comptroller,
Washington Smith, of Dorchester; At
torney General, B Stockett Matthews.
Brighton Beach, Sept. 27. Purse race
two year-o'.ds, three quarters of u mile
Logan won, Banletts second, Peerless
third. Time 1:172 .
Purse race, sellinsr
au 1 a furlong Goth
S'eoud, Harry Mann
Purse race, selling
and a furlong Arsenic won. Dizzv
Blonde second, Electrider third. Tim
Purse race, three year -olds and up
wards, mile and a quarter Hilarity
won, iia is second, ued t ostium. Time
Purse, all ages, three quarters ol a
mile Br ad won. Little Katie second
Joe tbird. Time 1:15&.
Hulton, Pa , &pt 27. Lato tfcie af-
t- rD'jon thejvind sul eidid .ami the race
commenced with dierding the heat be
en Luther af'd MlC Ilrt-y wliu ruwi d
vl iiMt yesterday. Ltii titer won,
being very tir.eil it wi.s iircid-d to
(OLtuvwo lLo duciiuu of Uie bout uuUi 1
eat of the tro-
by Ilamn, Rcil-
WrctL id third. Time. 22
minuteH?SM:--5uy won tho second
heat, Nonigir second. Rctz third. Timo
21 minutes. Third heat. Turner won,
L- e second, Cavey third. Time 20:50.
The balance of the professional heats
were postponed on account of the dark
Philadelphia, Sept. 27. Chicagos 5,
New York, Sept. 27. Detroits 10,
New Yorks 2.
Providence, Sept. 2C BufTalos 4,
Boston, Sept. 27. Bostons 4, Cleve
Springfield Sept. 27. Springfields 14
Bay Citys 12.
Quiucy, Sept. 27. (irand Rapids 14,
Quiucy s 5.
Springl'-eld, Sept. 27. The Spring
field buse ball club held a meeting to
night and decided to disband, letting
their remaining two games go by de
fault. A COLLISION.
Milwaukee, bept. 27. The schooner
K. Ballot an, of l oled", ran into the
schooner Pilot off Manitowoc lst niglit
and is now adrift on the lake. The Pi
lot w-8 so badly damaged that she had
to abandon the Halloran and make for
St. Louis, Sept. 27. Col. Frank Dav
idron, late of the firm of Marinaduke,
Brown & Co., ot this city Known in the
south and west suicided yesterday at
Van Buren, Ark., where he has lately
been editing a newspaper. Financial
embarrassment is said to have been the
S'in Francisco, Sept. 27.- It is pro
posed to establish an inland quarantine
at Yuma, A. T., to prevent the intro
duction ef Mexican yellow fever into
the United States. Yellow fever has
broken ont at La Pas. The heat is in
tense. People are fleeing in all direc
tions to escape the fever and to search
for a cooler atmosphere.
THE RAILKOAD WAR.
Chicago, Sep;. 27. Negotiations have
been entered into today lor a meeting
of managers of warring lines at Cincin
nati tomorrow, with a view to settle
ment of differences and a restoration
of rates. A meeting will probably be
San Francisco, sept. 27. At the rail
road corfence today J. C. Gault, late
general manager of the Wabash road,
was elected commissioner of the lines
west of the .Missouri river. This closed
t'ie business ot the conference.
WANTED MIS RIGHT?.
Atalanta, sept. 27. Manager L.
Degine, of Degine's Opera House,
wa arrested at the instigation of W.
D. Moore, colored, ejected frum the
opera house last winter for insisting
upon aitting among white people.
Ask the most eminent phvsiclan
Of any i-cnwol. what is the best tl tng
in tlie world lor quieting .nid allaying
ad milaiioii ot the nerves and curing
all ti;ui ot nervous compiiiiii.s, giving
liii'urai, childlike relrmliinx shep al
w a f'i
And they will tell you unhesitatingly
some :orin of Hops!"
Ask any or all of tue most eminent
"W hat is the best and only retneU
that can be relied on tocureall diseases
of the kidneys and urinary organs; such
as Blight's disease, diabetes, retention
or inability to retain uriue, and all t lie
diseases anil ailments peculiar to Wo
men" "And they will tell you explicitly and
Ask the same physicians
"t bat is the most reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia;
constipation, indigestion, biliousness,
malarial fever, ague. &c.," and they will
Mandrake! or Dandelion!
Heucefwhen these remedies are com
bined with others equally valuable
And compounded into Hop Bittt-rs.
such a wonderiul and mvstcrlous cura
tive power is developed which is so
varied in its operations that no disease
or ill health can possibly exist or resist
i 8 power, and yet it is
Harmless tor the most fr&il woman.
weakest invalid or smallest child to
'Almost dad or neariy dying"
For years, and giveu Up b physici
ans of Bright' and other kiduev dis
eases, liver complaints, severe coughs
called consumption, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy I
From agony of neuralgia, nervous
ness, wakefulness and various diseases
peculiar to women.
People druwn out of snape from ex
cruciating pangs of Rheumatism.
Inflammatory and chronic, or suffer
in? from scrofula!
Salt rheum, blood poisoning, dyspe
psia, indigestion, and in fact almost
all disease frail
. Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which Cm le found in every
neighborhood in the known world.
BRACKETS, SCROLL WOBK
and lUl kinds of
done to orCcr 00 ebort notice, by
BOYD & LARSEN.
Leav" Orders at the Lnmhor Vardu nr at thn
i Stste A Monroe Sl3.. Chicago.
W til ft fmiMl to mv t1?tf .ha
BIND CATat Oi.LP.
101 minitoiiU. iii. itelu.
Pom po a. branlvu, Can-Lutm
Sta-dk Drcm MniorS Si-,fT and
iltUl auuary rnmi ittihiv IX lm Illy
4unais mio incin.ie inutx-twin at. 4 a.c-
for AnnlMi "ii. u-i
JOIIK KITZ'JBUALU, A. V. McLAConi.l J.
OK i'l.ATTSMOUTIl. NEI1RA8KA.
OfTnttio very hest facilities for the prompi
trauoaclloii ot legitimate
Stock, ISondn. (lold, Government and Iaica
Securities Kuu;hl and Sola, lirposlttrerelv
I'd aud interest allowed on time C'ci'tifl
calf. Dntff drawn, iivulluble In any
pari ol the I uiled Mat en und all
the iilneliul town ol
Collectio7m made & promptly rtmitted.
IIighe.it market prices iald for County War
rants. State ai d County Monde
John Fitzgerald A. E. Toualln,
John It. ClarK. It. C. Cuhlug
(Jeo. E. Dovey. K. E. While,
A. V7 Mcl.auehlln.
L. RBE1, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banting Business Transacted.
Keceivea, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drnwn available, in any part of the Unites
States and all the principal cities of Kurope.
Agents for the celebrated
LinB Of PteamerS.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets.
I JOHN BLACK. I'resident,
1J. M. i'AT'J KKSON. Cashier. (
Transacts a General Banlring Business.
.HIGHEST CASH xKICE
Paid for County and City War. -ants.
and oromptly remitted for.
Jol n Black, J. M. l'att ison. C II- Para el
F. Jt. Gtithmann, J Morrixsey, A. B.
mitti. Fred order.
Chemistry has discovered tioiemedy Ejiperio
to Vrnica t 4' liealine exteruul erunrions. I'r rx-r
ly prepared and combiuod. it baa no equal us a
The iiitbcBt conilen.
eatioi. or arnica. Will
speedily cure ciihi
led liands. crack d
liis 1 nd rouullle
of the skin, whether caused from c imntic intli -eui;es
or tho use of HllllFli. COSMKTH s.
Will ciii'u iliiilrs oit lace and Jitn li. rei;d. rint
ih'i skin soil iiml 1.1 r. IiivuiUitble in S:i t
Klu-uin. A family reinely for cuts. 0111ns, bruis.
a .a sores, riutt. iuci al Aiut., ac.
fi iiifi, highly in :
icaieci. ai soirr
iv t.ure. Ktoi.H tl.
K-n inm cnnppin? ana imparls 10 it ni on
t lioiiltlir slow. Uurivi:lled for cleauine tli-
n p li'id eradicating dandrufl'. Tho most per
x-s toi.n eoap iu uie rorui. nutt, 25 cents.
A ni dicated articli
or rareinerit I're-
vents hII Dimnlos.
..iiiEthii ivi.i n1n.11.1ii'.
h nd rsetl bv Letulin ' Burbera. rl n jpv nf it
'Without parallel as a shaving soap." lfich i.i
either and lastinu. Keeps the fa-?e and neck free
r 0111 piuiples. l" .let. 1 J its, foi a large cake.
Is without question
tne most pent ct ar
tide ever produced
as it not onlv cleans
ea the teta thorouRhly. I ut tho combimitior
ni h arnica nreRervea aiid hardens tbe trums. 1-
Rives t the breath a sweet, delicuw odor. Its
tusto is deliuhtfu Price. 25c a box.
All druuRists se 1 the above articles, or we Will
mail chew, postpaid.. -ii receiut 01 price.
O. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicagr
WILL J. WARRICK,
PI,ATTSMOUTH, - - - NtBB'.FKA.
WugoiL, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gereraZ Jobbing
t as. uow prepared to do all kinds of repalriujt
ol I ami and other machinery, as tnere
la a good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wason Maker
has taken charge or tne on nop.
He Is well known as a
'D ; WORKMAN.
Wew Wacosi and Unnxlft nade t
iJ RJil 'til ki
a PC rijhI H
h m 3
7 O O
FALL & WINTER GOODS
EMIIKACIXO AN KLKOANT VAKIETV OF
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
We don't care to make nny com
ments on our line in this depart
ment, for we know the ladies are
much better judges than we sire,
though our best endeavors were
used to get the latest frtxles and
the handsomest materials in the
market, und we left nothing un
done to find lor the ladies a line
of goods inleri'-r to none to be
found, and at prices that will tell
nil wo. can handle this Full.
111 Plain, Brocade
The Newest Shades. Cheaper than Ever Before.
01 j ofler a collection of La
dies' (.tents' and Children gools,
which for variety and cheapness
has ntver lecn equalled.
The largest assort
ment ever oiened
here. We have the best makes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies' White JMerino
suit for $1.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at $2.75 a suit.
ltussian Circulars, Palctos, etc.,
The Latest, The Best, The ITohftest
fet-lcs ever shown here;
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths,
On these Goods we are Headquarters
One Door East of First National L'ank.
WINES. BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
rug's Omaha 1
ii wimm lirte: of oigilxis
BURL1 N GTOR. !:.OUTE
Chicago, Bu.hrtgton u. 'uincy 'road.)
GOING EAST AND WEST.
a$nl Day Coaches. Parlor Cars with Kectiu
: Chairs (seats free). Smoking Cars, witn ru.
vuuc wtuura. fixunuin rajara sunm9 rn. .
frr.m r-Ki. P. i-T.. ' . J
(BlufTs, Chicago & fees Moines. Chicago. SL Jo
jseph. Atchison i- Topeka. Onlv through line be
tween Chicago, Lincrln & Denver. Thromrh cars
I A ii uujiupoij3 uouncu uiuirs ri tvoria.
n,niwgm roan m union Depot
w Finest Equipped Railroad in the
fr. J. TOTTEIt. id Vtoftat and Gen-I Manager. PEBCEVAL UOWZlZ iiZa VJi I cLj
Blank' ts aLtl Comfortables,
We are able to give you bottom
prices on these godn. Our stock
and new, and von will
trouble iu making a kc-
Our stock of Varus ''oiiiprUeH
everything in Western and (JeTT
man knitting; also, lull lines of
(iermantowne, Saxonies, etc,
and Fancy Fabrhiuca.
We carry all the lead
ing brands, from the
best to the cheapest, and make tho
prices right with you every time.
The best 50e Corset in the city,
bole ngentfj lor Ball1 Health and
Mursing Corsets, Warner's IlipJ)
and Thomson's ii love Fittitiir.
Ladies Moulin Underwear.-
In this line we carry nothing
but made from the best muslin,
and Unest ttimmings. Full line.
prices ranging from 5 to 05.
ST- LOUIS REER.
GOING KORTH AMD SOUTM
- l .
Paul at.d AutineapoUii: Parlor Cars with ruy.linW
from bt Louis and Uttumwa. Only one!
"""; uowia. iseoraitKa, snd Denver.
It is utuvcreauyadisitted to fc th
WafIh tn, ti -i-
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