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OPERA HOUsE BLOCK
Order Utkeu for ttlLM'N l.l.ns.' HIII:1H.
I IF. Young
-A-CnT31-L-H:0 Aj5JJD C1QAE8.
PLATTSHOUTH OPERA HOUSE.!
October 1, 1883 I
H. ... .jr'or the next Thirty Days I will Bell
AT COST !
To clean up aa tine a stock of Organs as ever were oftered to the pub
lic. Any one in want of a fine Organ will find it to their
rnterest to rail and get my prices. For the
above time you can get a
"Tho Boot in
as low, or lower, than the so-called cheap Organs, for CASH,
RENTAL, or TEN-QUARTERLY-PAYMENT plan.
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND.
ITlie Mest JLine of (look Stoves,
" djiasoline Stoves
" " (General DHardware
To found In tbe City. Kew good at prices t&ot defy oompt-tion. Give me a call
AMU IB TTGDUDHD.
SCo andl 7kc
"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.
C all and see us in the Rock wood Block.
WAOIAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
HASUrAVTUltMLI OF '-"
IKOX FllOV-S. S..HUSE COLUMNS.
faciiitii or iicivy work Ujiu mm and Cstior;s for Business Houses am
paased to the State.
ACUINE KKPAMINO of all kind. Oar Machine Shop id fully equippe-.
all clasae of work in iron,
patronize K Mraika manufacturing. We duplicatf all eatrr pricea, savhi?
1 ctht and tiau.
Pirti"-! I""1 ltn- i .tv nnrt of the State sh'mld write for our terms nf rrinr.?
CASS C0XrST77 XZ027 WOr.SS "
MASON Sc HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLXS an4 .
tlio World, '
ON LOV El: AIAIN STREET.
M Tinners' StocH
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOUIS. MO
I f gs-
rUB LI 80 ED BT
f he Plattsmontta Ltal PttMisUa? Co.
Detailed Hesumo of the
Washington t s.
Grimes anil Casualties.
CONDITION OF TRADE.
New York, Oct. 5. R. G. lun & Co.
of the mercantile agency report that
the week just closed has been oue of
quietude in Ne York with a very con
kideraole decline iu the volume of busi
ness, which is to be expected as the
teaaoD advances. Reports from western
cities indicate more activity, and ex
changes in that section show increased
business. No special feature bus been
presented in the markets. Moderate ac
tivity prevails in dry goods circles, and
the season's trade is neither unsatisfac
tory in dimensions or in profits. Fail
ures continue to be numerous, but
seem to reflect more mistakes of the
past tl an any serious defects in busi
ness at present. Tbe money market
coutiuues easy. The exhaustion of
surplus revenue of the banks leads to a
contraction of loai.8, the effect of which
however, has not been at all serious,
Grain markets have been irregular
aud unsettled, but without much vari-
I tiou iu prices. Then; is a better leel
iug in the provision trade, but the ad
vance in prices is slight Cotton is
ktroner, in view of the probable re
duced crop, but receipts have interfered
with fuy uinU-imI a-! value in pri. tr.
iVtroiouin bas bi-eu iair;j steady w'ih
a tendency tit the cloae-lipoids. Fiuils
arc iu good request, at about previous
rates, Lhwugh lor ouittiiu3 descriptions
prices are a little betier. ilaw sugars
are fairly active. litliued are in good
tiemaud at steady priced. 'I he grocery
trade is generally without a change.
The iro.'i trade dcK3- nut show liiucli
BRITI'U OKaIN TKaUK.
Liverpool, Oct. 5. Ihc Lading v t, k
ly giatu circular rajs v. heat i? quiet,
but steady. Previous higL prices are
Ht-lt maintained. ' Cargoes oft tuaoure
thinly held. Oue cargo of Caii:'na.i
01 ought rather mote mouey. A tew
ouly remain unsold. Today there was
an average attendance at tbe market
aud moderate business in wheat.
There was a fair it tail demand for
flour, but prices are uot altered.
Corn is in good request; prices are Id
New York, Oct. 5. Francis Adams,
leprestruting the Uoivu Pacific, aud
Presideut Lov. joy, 01 the Lieuvex & Rio
Grande, have litid ac(nfereuce to con
sider the traffic arrangement between
the two companies. Ames aud Adams
left for the west last even iug aud Presi
dent Lcvejoy leaves next week, when
negotiations will be resumed and closed
COLLISION ON THE BAIL.
Columbus, Oct. 5., A section of a
freight traiu ran into a caboose on
the Newark divison of the Pan Han
dle this morning, killing Thi mas
Vransnaw, Draaeman, ana injuring
another man. A Scioto Val'ey pass
euger, going out, ran into one of the
box cars, damaging the engine, out
the crew jumpfU, saving their lives.
Chicago, Oct. 5. Chicago detect
ives passea through here last night
for Tilden, Texas, in charge o. a man
named Ciabe Young who is wanted
for the murder ol a man named
O'Donnell iu November, lb78. The
prisoner was arrested on a ranch sev
euty miles south of Kawlins, ou the
Union Pacihc railroad, where he was
living with a Mrs. Castro, having
driven the husband of the woman
away. Itislcldof Young that he
and his brother eartied ou a career
of brigandage iu the southwestern
part of Texas for a number of years,
robbing stages. Tne murder ot
0'Doni.cll n. suited in their being
driven irom the country.
Mexico, Oct. 6. 1 he yellow lever
epidemic at Vera Cruz has entirely
subsided, The steamer Whitney
will resume her trips betneeu Nca
Oilcans, Galveston, ani Vera Cruz
on tbe lUlh last
Penaeola, Oct. 5. Not even a ru
mor of yellow fever. Marianne, Tal
lahasseacd iliilen raised quarantine
SCOT AT FKOSI AlaBLSH.
Adrinn, ilk-b., Oct 5. Aa t he-
Lake Shore traiu which k-tt Chicajro
yosteiday mornir.g, due here in the
"afternoon, was nearing the city it
wssfied upon by concealed person.
Three windows v.-ere I roken iu, and
three paaseni;e:-3 bnd their fac-rs ha'. !y
cut b' the fragments of fl ii-g fc'laes.
Officers are in pursuit, but no arrestb
have jet been made.
6T0RU OS THE LAKE.
Milwaukee, Oct 5 A bottle was
ucked up on tb beach at North
Point today holding a paper on
cil: "The steamer Itice lan ashore,
and all hands are lost." It wnri sign- j
ed, P. J. Rice and Charles GraHVr.
There is uo steamer Rice known, to !
the marine men hen, but there is a
barge Rice, of which nothing is
known, not, even hr approximate
wherciJ)-.nls. The wind Iras l- S
biowinir niiiht and dav f'lum the
Mtutheust, and the fcclioouer C. i. J
Trowbridge hliil'ud her cargo oil" thia
port and lost her deck load of post, j
Mie was not waterlogged as report
ed nt first.. The Ktorui has been so
severe that vessel men look fo
wrecks on thia part o' Luke Michi
gan, though none are reported as
WILL BE INVESTIGATED.
Washiugtou, Oct. 5 The commis
sioner of internal revenue said today
that the statements recently made in
the United States court at Wheeling,
V. Va, that an organization known as
the "Red men," having for its ol ject
the protection of illicit distillers, and
that a United States gauger named
Marion Ilowe was at its head, aud had
been levying tax ou moonshiner?,
would be investigated by revenue offi
cers, lie had received no information
confirming them, but ha regarded them
sufficiently important to be investi
gated. SIMPSON'S CASE.
First Lieutenant James F. Simpson,
of the Tnird Cavalry, tried by court
martial at Chicago tor conduct unbe
coming an officer and gentleman, in
having married a woman who had been
bis mistress, is now before the secretary
for transmission to the President for
liual action The court louud Lieuten
ant Simpson guilty, aud sentenced him
to diamassal. It is understood that
Judge Advocate General Swaiin, in bis
review of the caer, lakes exception to
the action of the court, and recom
mends that tbe sentence be set aside.
Secretary Folger toUay decided it in
compatible with the interests of the
public service, and with public conve
nience, to provide a distinctive issue of
gold certificates for Chicago.
The comptroller of the currency has
accepted an invitation to attend the
convention of tbe American buukers
t. ...:... ....
J. M. Ke.tn vw appointed post mailer
at IiLb! City, Liaho.
Advertising Cheats 121
4Iii has i-rci'tutr t:o common jo vt'rite
the beginning ol an at tide, in aa t le
gal) t, ijiirie.-uiig luui.iicr.
iutu mil ii cuiiio uvi vtl fc.iti
mr-iir Unit wts Hvmii 1! ii.-l
.... . . ! ,.
Att iiiiply enil ittlt Uiiou to tho
mt-iivf 't lb'p Uirters in pi liu, !io;i-!
eat t,-rms a posaiblc,
... - i
"lo llotue people
-To give them one trial, v.hici-
proves liii-ir vaiuc tliui ti;ey
u-u any tiling else."
'fliii Uemel-y so favoiabiy noticed
in ail the papt-isi,
leIigiou and rtciilar, ia
"Having a iaigt: saie, and is sup
plautiHg all oi her medicine.
There is no denying the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors o.
Hp Bitteis have shown gryat shrewd
"Iu compounding a medicine whose
virtues are o palpable to every one's
Did She Die?
"fehe liugeied and Buffered along pin
ing away all the time tor years,"
"The Oociors doing her no good,"
'And at last was cured by this II op
Bitters the papers bay so much about
"flow thankful we should be for that
A Daughter's Misery
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liv
br, rheumatic trouble and Nervous de
bility, "Under the care of the best physic
ians, "Who gave her disease various names,
"But no relief,
"And n..w she is restored to us iu
good health by as simple a remedy as
Hop Bitters, ibit we had shunned for
ye&ra before using it." The Parents.
Father is Getting Well.
"My daughters saj :
"How much betier father is since he
used Hop Bitters."
"He is getting well after his long
suffering from a dioea.se declared incur
aide" "And we are so glad that he uped
your Bitters." A Lauy jf Utica, N. Y-
St Louis Fair.
The Mo. Pac. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Lou sville to St Louis and re
turn Fair week at $13.75 sale of ikts.,
to commence St pt UO. and coi'tinues
io and including Oct. 6 1883 g4od re
turning on or before Oc B.
During the week visitors may witness
at night "Veiled Prophets htree t Pa
geut.,a "The mopt extensive rt splay
of Fire "Works ever seen in Amerie,"'
and numerous o- her dazzling atti na
tions, all of wl.ich surpta iu ln-ignid-eeuce-
and fpleudor uuythin or the
kiod ever before witnessed. For Tick
ets or information cull n or address J
P E.Hs Lcc:d Tkt. Apt. Louisville
Notice is hereby given, that the on
dersitiurd has iiin.de spplicatioa and
tiled h;s petition with thn County Com-mis-fioners
of C':'a con. ty N'jraski,
ir lieeuse to sell malt, spirituous and
Vinous nq'iora ut bis p!ace of bubii:ess
iu south iVjnd, Ct'.ss county. Jfebrjisku,
and that the sa:no will come berore.rhe
Coijimiusioners for av-'titsii al tl:u
tUibi.T sespicn of itio 1'Oird.
M O C;i'Uvir ctp ou iiau 1 tho c!
el.ra'ed Aale-uair liurcli it Louin Uot
ied tleer and always reieJy t' tay p;ic
ticular attcntiou to Iiib custouiprs.
JoUX MrwiKHALU, A. W. Mi:UUUUI.I
IB .A-ItST ZEC !
l't Arrf-MMl lil. .NhlitiA?KA,
, i, .,tfa
trau-M.ilua o( it-gliliuuto
Sl'-okn, Lt. iiU-i, iold. (ovruiri'ni and l.cn
bfcuritlf" Holli;!ll una Mold, lrp!iil r rf IV
el uiil im-iet alluwctloti tune Utrtiti-can.-",
lruft (irwu,MVullalil9 in any
1urt l tlio t'niifil .siHiesnini all
Ihv principal tuwim ot
Collections made tfr promjttly rvmillcd.
UIghest marlret prices pall for County War
rauts. htateat-d County Boudi.
John FltZKraid A. G. Toii7aliu.
John K. ClarK. Jt. 47. CuhIiIuk.
Geo. K. Iovey, K. K. White.
A. W Mcl.nui:hHn.
WEEPING WATER. NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
11. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Backing Business Transacted.
Kecvlvod, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Druwn available In any part of the Unit
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Ay tilts for the celebrated
-Mmi Line ofe-fflfirs
iBank Cass County
Cotner Maia and Sixth Stieets.
i JOHN IlLAl K. President, I
1 J. M. PATTKttSON. Cashier. (
Transacts a General Business
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
n - r
.Paid or County and CUy
eULLKUIIOBitt HA 1K
and promptly remitted for.
7.l : Mack. M. 1'atr vsni. C. H. Pari t-l
l il. (iiithninn. .) Mirri"s.y. A. U.
nirn. Vu'l -Jiu-.it p.
v )ju-i istry Has Uiscov rt-l no .. ;--! b-pi i :
t- rt:CH. f v iwalinu oxt-riiitt r-u,,f us. i ,. ,.
( lj' iiropan-d and coluLiul-i. ir hii.- r.-j t-;a l
g tge w b j T'S'TT'V
! 9 9 Ii3 U I 1 M
! tLM tTfl fi A J-Jio liurbest. conn- :
i jl BK l am S9 satio of arnica W:
f 1 lj ISStlnrS
of th akin, whether cv.ru etl t rou. c "r itic in-1
T4 lillU 1-CiUlllli
! A cure iiininles o't hcw hiiJ ut-u. rciui ii
.!) skiu Mitt and ti. r. Inv-t'uable in S
U;M-uiii. A tamiiy rome.iyfi. rents, duins, bn:..
n . i Hurts. fiilK !' lUJii'AL.'A'LUK.'S, auc.
f-.lUfJ, liijIily id,
IcHleU, Al Bdliit
iv ruro. Kppds tl-
urn fr im cbappiw an.1 i?n parts to it life or:
a lienltliy irlow. Unriv lied fur cleaning ti.
n-n n a id eradicating dandruff. Tho most pn
'act loi.ct soap la tho world. 1'ltICl.. X& cudIm.
A medicated artic!
of ram merit I'rt
vents all nlmulm
'i.iiKtf ai'i LiiiUi.
knd.inied by Lfetwiin-! B arbors, who aav of it
Without parallel as a snavinp: isoap." Kich in
lather and luatinir. Keons tho fw - hhH Timk fr
J oin piiuples. I'-tICK 13 cts. foi a larae cake.
la without question
the most perfect ar
tide ever produced
aa it not only cleans-
ea the teth thoroushly. 1 ut the combinatiot
wl:h arnica preaervea and hardens the Rums. I--gives
t j the breAb a sweet, delioat odor. It
taste is deliRhtf u Prion, 2 tic a bos.
Ail druRgisfcs se 1 tbe above articles, or we Trill
Ke.il them, postpaid, on receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG fc CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Mantra., Chicagc
Tdavhin and Pb'nv r--
i""""''"'' ytnuruAjMuiuij .
- :,w lv "iV " - Ul a.1, K,nad ,!I I'P'"' -1 ;
W a y:o.l larlif iu tay siiop. :
. PET EH RAUB3,
The oldlleiiabie Wagon Makei
4hj taia cliarKt- of Xi v&cou snop.
He U wi ll known a
NO - WOEKM4X.
Xtxv M'hcaun ami llwxx' a' :
rn ! O ft
1 'I I til
FALL & WINTER GOODS
EMKUACINO AN KLF.CiANT VA1J1ETV OF
.mMmu mmi bBMbbhm -- hm .mmm
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
We tlon't care to make any com
ments on our line in this depart
ment, for we know the ladies are
much better judges than we are,
though 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 at prices that will hell
all we can handle this Fall.
In I'l.iin, JJrocude and Fancy Fabrhjues.
The Newest Shades, Cheaper than ver Before.
In this depai tmeiit v.
iiier a roiiec- kui
t 1 1
dies' Genth' niid ChiidivnV g.-oi.
which for vani ty and che
has ntver Lten equalled.
here. We hav- the best m ikes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies.' White Merino
uit for $1.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at $2.75 ii suit.
Htissiiin ( iretilar.s, Piiletos, etc.,
The Latest, Ihe Best, The dottiest
Styles ever e.hovn here; jiriees ranging from $." to 05.
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
Oil ihee Gouds are Headquarters
One Door Kust of v;rst Kutuun Uank.
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
MUMiFS EXTIIA DRY CHAMPAGNE,
ST- LOUIS REER.
1 J&iZi ,
A LAVA YS
3 U H Li N GTO N h O Ut U" 1
(Chicago, Burlington & Qufncy Wu 'road.) j
I - ii m ' j ' i i i T, f-
UOIKC AND WEST. I
L "p?1 v7 V . n",t rar: , uars w,t Ra".-!
JvoiTicg Cbairs. Pullman Palace Sleepinir Cars and !
iiuc iimoiu uimne ani run doily to and
! Trcm Chicago Jt Kansas Qitj, Cnicoco & ouncu
tnuJTs, Chicago & tes Moiuea. t'hlcaro. St. Jo-
pn. Aiciuson lopeka. Only through line bo
jrwe Cnica, Liccriln & Dsnrer. Through cars
ibetTrwn IndianaDolia nminril RlufTa nilw;.
AU coBoectiors made in Uck-a pota. It a
jinown as tbe prait TimOwGH CAS lZH. I
Fllest Equipped Railroad in tho World for all Classes of Travel. I
fr. J. POTTER. Si Yico-Pros't and Otm Manage-pEBCnVAL tOVEuI " aJ 1 1. oLL. I
- - -- -
Blank' ts and Comfortables.
We are able to give you bottom
prices on these goods. Our ftock
is large and new, and you will
have no trouble in niaktng se
Our stock of Yarns comprises
everything in Western and (Her
man knitting; also, full lines of
German towns, Saxonies, etc,
We ni'n :i 1 i t Ii- 1 ;;d-
HJJ. ili' lT:ln.-. In, in ti
bet to tin i-!ie::j..-:, ni.d ni d i the
.rices li'jht with nii t very time.
The be.-t r'c Cur-el. in thr city,
bole agents fir Jiall's Ileidih and
'uiing Coi sets, Warner's IlipJ)
and Thoinsoii's (Jluve Fittiic.
Ladies' Hnslio Ufifierwsar.
In tins line we carry nothing
but iniide firm the best innslin,
and finest tiimmings. I-nil line.
wy mrw . w-
-mw km. c I aw
PI ATTSMOITTII, NER.
COINC NORTH AMD SflUru
Eolid Trains cf Eknt Day Coaches and Pull
irom ht Louia. vii Hai
am mm HaIIv .a m r,l
Paul and Miuaaepolis: Parlor Cars with lioclininif!
3 2L. "wiov. ucuin ana rtsona ana lot
uju uwo os. jxnua ana cxcumira. Ciuy
or obt orrwvmt m. Louis and Ix
It is university admJned to ba ti
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