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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1883)
Ordrr taken for u IIX'N I Itos.' MIIK1K
J P. Yeug
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE.
October 1, 1883 1
For the next Thirty Days I will sell
ASS? COST I
To clean up as line a stock of Org ins as ever were offered to the pub
lic. A iv o.u in wi.it of" a line Organ will find it to their
rnterefct to fall and get 1113- pneea. For the
above time you can get a
MASON & HAMLIN,
4Tb.o Best in tb. World,'
as low, or lower, than the so-called cheap Organs, for CASH,
RENTAL, or TEN-QUARTERLY-PAYMENT plan.
AT SAGE'S OLD feTAND, ON
TTIic nScatf JLIise
To tx found in tbt fitj. good at prices
&Co S!M.d 7hc,
"Warranted to be as good as any wire made. "We also
keep in stock a general aefortment of HARDWARE,' STOVES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Ruck wood Block.
' yjfrjl lwx
WAttlAA & KIR BY, lroir's.
1 fa siliti or heay worn iu Loiuuiut
...jmI in the rttate.
J.niv'R ftttl'.Vl.tl.VO 'f !l kin Ki.
tn i--if.irt:inn4. vu
O i li'.u;.
.'...if. 1 r i . .Ill' i-.rt
HTAT ION KKV.
MASON & HAMLIN
IIFNHY F. MILLKK and
I.ni Kit MAIN STHF.ET.
1 L"cok KloveK
" (Keneral Ward ware
tht 1fy ron;pt-tion. Give me a cull
FCR SALE BV
auu casting's fur
Business Iloiisci ajM
Hohine Shop is fuMv pi;Jn.
i,iuui" nil csoterr pr'ww, Kivin,
tor our ti-rnts .m.,
fiic PlattsmoolH Heral Publishing Co.
riicKailWiiy Peace (on
veil t ion Fail lo 31a
teriallzc. Thi Storm Cloud Drifts
Southwaro and Devas
tates San Domingo.
Washiimton and Miscellane
Chicago. S it. 2S. -It appears that
nobody except Prtsideui lunula, of the
liig Four" road who cal.ed for a meet
iaof managers of the warring Chica
go & Ohio river roads in the interest ot
peace, lo tk place ut Cincinnati ioda
went to the place designated. Thin
fact leuds to the conclusion tli-U none
of tht lines engaged in the cut are quite
rmdv vet to make concessions, and in
I view of tide the opinion is pcucral that
the war will extend to height before a
nettleuieut can be made though u in not
expected that anybody will precipitate
a Irtsh war till after the Cincinnati
meeting appointed for next Tucbilaj.
Iu the nieuntirae the pst.eni;er rate
war presents uo new leatures. The
pool besween thesn lines exjiired b
limitation August 1, but has been
hanging along in a sort of a hlf rec
ognized, half ignored way evr stu:e.
Today the pool manager, Uichardson,
notitied the companies that he would
close hi office and turn over his effects
to the roads October 1, the day be lore
the time appointed tor the Cincinnati
meeting. The consequence will be
that wi.eu the inaiiiig'.rs meet it will
not be as liieuibers of a common pool,
i.ul us ipieseutativ s of b Uupi iiiei;
lines, to that a new orguniz tion vi;l
hVe 10 be fleeted. It ia iinpossib;t
o loies e wli.ti the r tnlt wiil be. The
Pan Handle road w uts a tratlK- ajire:
men I, as tle t!ie Chicago & Eistein
riiu-i. but I he I.oiiivil'e. New .VI
bjiiy t Chie:'t:'t wauls ' 1, Niiiir
'he Kankakee 1 lie taii? n:u C"ii:nii
OPEN FOK BUSINESS.
New Yo.k. S. pi. 88. The New York,
Went Shorp & Buffalo railway company
and tl.e New Yoik, Ontario & Western
ra iwiij company announce tl eopeniug
of their Hue Let ween New York, Al
tnu . Utica and r5racue, Monday,
THE PE TLK'S RAILWAY.
ClrC-igo, e t. 28 At a ui-etjng ot
tne iim-ayo siocKiioiueis in me x eo
p -'3 railway company of America,
held louiuht rr the purpose ol formiuK
a ioi-ai ornanizjit jin, it xvas s'.ateti that
H ere are foriy-t- ree subbcribers in lite
ci-y lo 2,Cl 0 hares, at j?3y -er share, en
w iiicii the firs pa mem of $.l0 per
lu.ie is paid. Ad only seventeen stock
holders were present, the meeting ad
journed after appointing a commit tee
o nominate the otliet rs. The Peooie's
Railway company of America was or
ganized iu Indianapolis some months
afo with an authorized capital of $175,
000,000 for the purpose of building a
railroad across a large portion of crea
lion on the mutual plau, each share to
Le assessed not to exceed $3 50, and to
be redeemable at the lace value of fifty
dollars iu transportation over the lines
when built. An agent ol the company
has been here a mouth taking subscrip
tions to stock.
' THE SOKTHEKS PACIFIC
New York, Sept. 28.- It instated at a
late hour that Gould and Villard had a
cn fere uce this afternoon, when tht af
fairs of the Northern Pacific were dis
eased. It was averted thr.t a confer
eiice had been had at theolrice of Di ex
el Morgan & Co., and that the nego
tiations had been perfected for the loan
of Sl-000,000 to the company on de
benture bouds or some other seem i tie-.
The belief obtains credence in usually
well miornieu quarters that a plau ..f
action has been fully depcloped.
Chicago, Sept. '28. A Daily Xcwa
Richmond. Virgina, special says It.
Ki.ig, J. Ev'ans and O. Younjer. ne
groes were hinged at Chatham todav
at noon! A lew days ago King and
Evans sold their bodies to doctors
for $10 Younger refused to sell hi
$3'ing $10 was too chef.p. King a d
Evans, when thev got the moiici,
aveanne diuuer to their friends,
riiey had calve ' head, rost beef for
the tirst course, and wound up with
wiues and cigars. The condemned
men confessed to the crime at the
I a liquet and after want recanted tht -r
oniessnms. 1 lie executu-u was pri
vate and in the j:dl
YLIGS 1 V INSANITY.
A Daily News Savannah, Ga.. spe
cial MasGi'or(.' Wallace was hanged
.-.vaU iv in the jail at li:30. bevcr-
il thousand ncuiocs were outs.de.
fo ft igned insanity , rc.ido no con
fession and carried his i'.ijruintr to
the end.. ... .
- Til r RLCENT STORM
Net .Yo. k. S. pi. -a C-ipfin D -
is. from aiiio 'D mti!t:o. t-ut akin-r
of the teiril'de cyclone tlu jo, says ai !
l-at 100 sai'oii must have perished
8. jdlMtyJ--A wlyUw uLto
from Santo nomiaO-fitJ'i Ml
.ak years of laor, and an immense
iiuouni of'iiiony lore-pair the dam
go ilone by the storm. Great d -.
i tut ion among the ooi cr classes
must follow One half the village
i!o;g tlie co i st are deal roved.
Was!:ing'eti, . i. 28 Paul V.onjer
va n, 1 Mr chief c ei k ot the W'-siern
iviniu of the railway muil service at
Omaha, who wa- remove! for inatteii
.ioii to bu-inesM, called upon First As--istai't
I'osiiinistei fieiieral llaiton f
diy Ui"n the re'uru ol I'oslc r
lielieiai (Jreehaiu he will uit-.e.i per
-nal appeal to tlie Utur for reinstate
ment. postmaster's salaries.
The q'iai terly readjustment of post
master' salaries lnut been completed by
the jMistoflice department. Among the
poi.toliices raided to third grade and
i.ostna-ter a salaries incn ased to the
litiUie-" given are: AIcLeausborough, II
liuois. $1,000; Spirit Lake. Iowa, $1,100
Wymoie, Ntbraka, fl.loO.
Since Sej ttuiher 15 n.e pot flice de
.-.ut i.fiu iunuii irii;o."i fUrik ha 9
cent postage stamps.
THE BEAl'TIFUL SNOW.
Winnepeg, Sept. 28.- No suoyv yet
lOporltd in any part of Manitoba. The
ihei moiuetcr ior the last lew night
ha- beeu from 92 iu o'O. The w eather
ih cloudy thermometer and barometer
Minneapolis, Sept. 28. A light snow
is failing, but it in melting an soon s it
touches t!ie ground. The weather i
St. Paul, Sept. 2. At nine o'clock
this uioruitiff snow lell heavily for tive
Detroit, Sept. 28. Snow at St. Iguace
Ask the most eminent physician
Of any bcnool, what is the best thing
in the world lor quieting and allaying
all irritation ot tne nerves and curing
all lorms of nervous complaints, giviug
natural, childlike refreshing sleep al
ways? And they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some Jorni of Hops!"
Ask any or all of toe most eminent
"W hat is the best and ouly remedy
that can be lelied on to cure all diseases
ni the kidneys anil uriuaiy organ; such
1 right's disease. iiaheies, icteniion
or inability to leiain unue, and ad tne
diseases and ailments peculiar to Wo
men" "And thoy will tell you explicitly and
mpl.atica l "Buchu."'
A.-k the saint pliyaiciaiM
"ihat is the miv-t reliable .iU.l sur sL
urc ibr all liver Uis-a-iea or dy?p-psi
eoii-iipaiioi, u.itigestioti, hiiiousuess.
lu -hi'i I fever, ajue, ," and they will
MuUdrake! or 1 auielioii I''
iltlicc, wheu liiee reme'iies are com
bined ith oilu-rs equally valuuhle
And eouijHMinded into lbp Bitwrs,
ucli a wouoerlul and inysti-j ious cura
tive power is developed which is so
varied in its operations thai no disease
or iil health can po.-jsibiy exist oi resist
i s power, and yet it is
Harmless tor the most frail woman,
weakest invalid or smdest child to
"Almost deail or nearly dying"
or efif, anu giveu up u piiysioi
aus of iriuhi'. ai.d ot her kidney dis
eases, livei c- oifl;un!s. severe cotmhs
call' d cou.-nmptioti, h.ve been cured.
U tiiuen g-ne near cra,v I
Frorn aoiiy of ueinalg;a, uervoiis
;es, wakel illness and various diseases
pec uliar to women.
Peopie drawn out of shape 'roin ex
cruciating panirs of Ilheumarir.ni.
Inflammatory and chronic, or suffer
inu trom scrofula!
Salt rheum, blood poisoning, dyspe
psia, indigestion, and iu fact almost
all diseases frail
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
prooi or WHicn urn oe round in every
neighborhood in the known world.
St Louis Pair.
The Mo. Pac. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Lou svilie r S' Louis and re
turn Fair week at $12.75 sale of skts.,
to comincuce Spt 30. and continues
to and including Oct. 6 1SS3 good re
turning on or before Oc' 8.
During the w. pk visitors may witness
at night 'Veiled Piophet8 Street Pa
geut." "The most extensive d splay
of Fire "Works ever seen in America,''
and numerous ot her dazzling attrac
tions, all of whicn surpass in magnifi
cence and splendor anything: of the
kind ever before witnessed. For Tick
ets or information call on or address J.
P E lis Local Tkt. Af. Louisville
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK
and alt kinds of
done to ori"er on short notlc. by
BOYD & LARSE1T.
Leav- order at the Lumber Yard or at the
r st omce. 183'26
LAFE O'NEIL, Prop'r.
erf Kitten Pcit Veal CMtes. &e-
f'on-iautlv ou hand.
AWo.al! kinds of AIK in season
kept iu a
lowest toslble rars
";9'v M TTiXaFTH vv-n
Stile 4 B(ii.. S.-Chica-jr. -a
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Ij -- r
lOUS H rZOKH l.l. A. W. McLAtOlll.l'
OK I'l A fTSMOUTIl. kliRAHK A.
' rs t.'t.
veiy heal facilities fur the proie,
traduction of legillinatu
Sloek.i, lUaidx. I.uld. OovKrntaeni antl Locn
Ctecurlllei Ron (lit and Sola, Or jiuhIIi receiv
ed and Inteienl allowed on lime CertlO-i-ate,
liult ' drawu, avalluble la any
p.irl of Die L ulled Mates and all
the irhii-lial tuwtm ot
Collections made A promptly remitted
Highest market trlcei paid for County y'ar
ranis. State ai-d County lk.ndo.
DI R EGTOIIS :
John Ftteerald A. E. Tonzalln,
John R. CliU-it. R. C Cufhlug.
Oeo. E. Oovey. V. K. White,
A. W McLauuhlln.
WEEPING WATER. - NED.
E. L. ItEED, President.
A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier
A General Banting Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available in any part of the Unite i
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mm Line of Fleamsrs.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
1 JOHN BLACK. President, I
i J. M. i'ATT'iRSON, Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banking Business.
iHIGIIEST CASH x'KICE
Paid for County and City Wai.ants
and promptly remitted for.
Jol i'. Black. J. M. I'att- rsou, V. 11. Tarn el
F. J:, (iuthinann. . ilorrlr'soy. A. B.
tnir, i. M'lud 'ioi-.l -.-.
; i.b'i'j.stry haa discovered noemedy D)p'ri'
ti; i-iiicaf i h-alini! e-iternul erupr.' iis. I'r )' i
iv ;n-epard an I combined. 1' liua no equal Rb t
The hicbebt couilcn
satio.. of arnica Win
8pe-di;y cure viu:
Ix' I liands. cru. k 1
i: i nd oiilui- -
of tlio skin, 'Whether ennt-ed froi - c inmtic tntl
mucus or tU'i nae of H li.TFii COSJIETll
Wi 1 cu.o idiiiple 0' 'ac-e nml itw-u. roi'd i ii
Ji-t fikiu noil anJ fa r. Invn ubl In S;i
.'ltum. A tamiiy remedy for cuts. Imrns.bruir.
soroa. I'HI vli LN ifti AL LUKS, 23c.
rellpM fully pr
f'.un-J, Ijiglily mi
i cu te'i. A: Boll
ly i;ne. Keer.B tl
;. a f r m chapphi? an I iiniarn to it life n
'K-uittiy K'ow. Uurivi l:ed for cleaning tl
" u arid erauicatinst dandrnff. Tbo most pc
t toi i-t soap iu the -wond. 1 lUCi. 23 cent.
fl Shaving Soai
. JMI A m dicated article
EKl of rui-e merit. l"r--g
g vents all pimples,
! AKKSSII IVINO nI FU(,Hi.
!- nd rdQil by Load in i Burners, wl o isav of it.
Without parallel as a Ehavin soap." Rich in
ttlier nud lasting. Keops the fa -e and neck free
oiu pimples. I -HC'iS 15 ct.s. for a large cake.
Is without question
tb most perfect ar
tide ever produced
as it not only cleans
es the t eth thoroughly. Lut tbo combinntior
wi h arnica preserves and hardens the gums. 1
Rives t the bre,th a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is deliehtfu . Price, '4&o a box.
All druggists se 1 the above articles, or we will
mail them, postpaid., u receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicagf
WILL J. WARRICK,
PLATT8MOUTH, - - - NVBIS.'SKA.
W ago; i. Buggy. Uachin and Plojr
pairing, and general Jobbing
I ait how jrrti..u-tx. to do all kinds of r'-sa.;
cf tariii aud other n'achinfn-, as tr.r
ts a good iathi m my r.;iup.
TheoM Reliable Wanu Ms.;--
- hrIRkfu f-Ii.i:'
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FALL & WINTER GOODS
KMRKACINCi AN KLKOANT VAUIKTV OF
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
"Wo iUn't care t m. Ice utiy cuin
meiits on our line in tin's ilejmrt
inent, for we know the ifulien lire
inueli 1 letter judges tliun we sire,
tliotiffh our best endeavors were
used to get the latest styles and
the handsomest materials in the
market, and we left nothing un
done to find for the ladies a line
of goods inferi'-r to none to be
found, and tit jriees that will i-ell
all we can handle this Fall.
In Fluin, Drocadc and Fancy Fabiiques.
The Newest Shades, Cheaper than Ever Before.
In this department we
oiler a collection of La-
dies uentb anu Liiimn n g ois,
which for variety and cheapness
has mver been eipialh . d.
The largest assort
ment, ever opened
here. "We have the b st makes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies' While Merino
suit for $1.M). Ladi.- Scarlet all
wool at a mi it.
Ktissian Circulars, I'alctos, A,
The latest, The Pest, Ihe ISTofbiest
b'ylcs ever shown here; prices ranging from 5 to $;.
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
On : he; e Goods we are Headquarters
One Door Kast a' ,?rst National liank.
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Wliiskies,
MUMM'S EXTRA DRV CHAMPAGNE,
ST- LOUIS REER.
Always sa !imi?3at
Ik WimZ LIRIK of GIGAliS
ALWAYS IN STOCK, AT
UHLINGTOK. i . O UTEl;
" ' ssu, ,ri"Tcn
GOING EAST AND WEST. I
Ueeant Da Caochm. Parlor Ca.ru mrith Tlnl,.. '
iwpu. Aicuxua a 10
Tooelra. Onlvthrauvh llnahn.
it ween Chicairo. Lic-oln & Denrt-r. Throurrh o.ira
jbetwe-en Indianapolis St OouncU BIuiTs vi.i PwrU.
All connections main in Union IJepota. It is
jkcown a the great THROUGH CAB LJXE. i
C D A ko TA.V y&-U-. i--A --'V"" -Ar.-JL i,LJA
Finest Equipped Railroad In the World for all Classes cf Travel I
IT. J. POTTER. && Vioa-Prws't nd flfn'l Miniwr wpppvir innrtt . . " I
POTTER, id Yioo-Pres't and Gea'l Manager. VERC FTVA 1. LOWELL. Gee . Faaa Ag t. Chi.
.. . 7 : -
Blaub ts aud Comfortables.
We are able to ;ive you bottom
prices on thei-e good. Our ftock
is large and new, and ym will
have no trouble in maktng a se
Our stock of Varus
everything in Wester:!
man knitting; also, full line of
fjermnntowiiH, Saxonies, etc,
W e carry
all the lead-
l, 1V .in the
and make the
best to th;
Ilea In s
j'h'ces right with
ou every time.
The bet-t 5e.
Coiet iu the
r(le afrints l"i'
J'.alPs Iltallh aud
Warner',, Hit) I)
nl Ilion son s o oc ritting.
law Moslin Ucflerwear.-
In tins line ye (
but nude lrom the
. i ii J I line.
ai.u lincbt ti j n. u
. tutrscy . . !road.)
GOING HflDTa tun qai.,u
KMA TWI. . r-t. . t. . " ..
Chairs lo and from Ki I
and from Kt Tnin anH ri..n,.. i .
vuan?B cr car tx-twetn bt. Ixiuis an.J Ues,
.vum. i jwB. ijocoia, t-oranka, end Nearer,
It Is vuirtr&july admitted to be the
....... i ,i .i i nag Air i. umriuro
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