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OPERA MOUSE BLOCK
Order taken for ILSON ItKOS.' KIIIRTS.
MASON & HAMLIN
IIKMCY F. MILLER and
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE.
October 1, 1883
or the nt-xt Thirty Days I will fell
To clean up as line n .stock of Organs as ever were ottered to the pub
lic. Any one in want of a line Organ will find it to their
rnterest to call and get my prices.
above time you can get a
The Plattsmouth Heral PnMisMni Co.
THE LATEST RETURNS.
Free Whisky Triumphs
The Great "Moral . Reform'
Gives Boadly 12,000 Ma
Iowa Forgives hut Does
Lord Coleridge's Banquet.
MASON & HAMLIN,
Th.o Bost in tlao World,''
as low, or lower, than the so-called cheap Organs, for CASH,
RENTAL, or TEN-QUARTERLY-PA YAIENT rn.
(Wen era I JLgent.
. -A-JSI JB. TOJDJD'S
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON LOWER MAIN STREET.
ITIic USest JLIue ot OJook Stoves,
" (Gasoline Stoves.
s 66 TP in ware
" Keiieial Ward ware
To be found in the City. New good at prices that defy compi'tiou. Give me a call
AMI JB TTGDHMD.
"Warranted to he as good as any wire made. "We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARD WARE, STAVES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
C:all and see us in the Rockwood Rlock.
And Tinners' Stock
FCR SALE BY
vy s i
ST. LOUIS. MO
Cass County Iron Works
WAFMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
UAH UFA CTUUKH3
IRON FKONT&, C,HQUSE COLUMNS.
Al) (; A S 1 J AdS.
facilitica or heavy work ia Colu mns and Castings for Eusiness Houses are people thctc, and in the county sdjoin
passed lnthebtate. m . mg. 2, one of the injured will die,
r . j , ue BWm slrvCK tbe townatniirlnioht
i Chicago, Oct. 11. A Journal Des-
Moiiics, Iowa special says Sherman's
majority will reach 30,000. Complete
returns from fifty-niue counties, which
includes heavy democratic ones, gives
him 13,300. Partial .returns from the
remaining counties give him 2,779.
His plurality will not be less than 12,
000. I he lower house is close. The
republicans now have flf ty-four aud the
opposition forty-one. Of the remain
ing live republicans will get there.
ihe senate now stands, republicans,
thirty-seven; opposition, eight; in
doubt, Qve. Judge Cook is elected in
the Sixth dislrict by a small majority
Des Moines, Iowa, Oct 11. Addi
tional returns from the Iowa election
received this afternoon do not materi
ally change tne figures on the state and
legislature sent to the Associated press
at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Sherman
will have between 25,000 and 30,000
over Kinne, and from 12,000 to 14,000
over Xinne and Weaver. The senate
will yrobably stand forty republicans
to ten fusionists, and the house flf ty-
lour republicans to forty-six fusionists
. THE LATEST.
Desmoines, Oct 11, 10 p. m. Definite
returns have been received by the State
Register on the legislature, and the re
sult is positively known so far as it can
uv uutii iuc umciai count nas settled a
few close contests. The senate will
stand forty republicans, nine demo
crats and one doubtful, the latter from
Linn county, where .'the result is bo
close that it will take the official count
to decide. Senator Larrabee, instead
of being defeated, as reported yester
day, is elected, and so is Barrett. In
tliis count Heinshimer, of Mills, count
ei elected, although Heudrie, (fusion)
claims theee majority by throwing out
ten misspelled allots for Heiushiemer,
but the intention of the voters casting
the imperfect ballots was so plain that
Ileinsheimier will be given the certifi
cate. The house, on complete and bed
rock figures, stands as follow: Repub
licans fifty-two, independent one, dem
ocrats thirty-nine, greenbacks, seven,
doubtful one (Washington county).
The republican majority on joint bal-
1 lot will be thirty-four.
Full and complete returns from fifty
counties iye. Sherman 19,494 majority
over Kinne anu 4,851 over Kinne and
Weaver both. In theTe fifty counties
Sherman has a total vote ?f 86,624
Kinne 07,200, and weaver 14,573, r.Ue
latter s vote being made by the full re
turns much, larger than was expected
yesterday and the day before. Incom
plete but pretty definite returns from
the other forty-nino counties, giving
majorities simply, makes Sherman's
majority over Kinne 26,000, and the
majority over all 8,000 or 9,000.
WOKSK AND WORSE.
Columbus, Oct. 11 More complete
return irorn the .election indicate aa
Ul case in i uemocratie muioritv.
anu it will probably be considerably
over 12,000. Our senate w ill be two tn
one democratic, aud the house is esti
mated at torty-lhren republicans and
sixty-two democrats. Later return
from the legislative ticket indicate that
the democratic majority on joint ballot
will not be more than twenty four
The second amendment will receive
about 300,000 and will probably be
adopted. The cities only go against it,
The judicial amendment is carried be
yond a doubt. The first amendment !
will not get over 100,000 votes. The
prohibition vote is estimated at from
5,000 to 20,000 and the greenback at
La Crosse, Oct. 11. The Republican
and Leader has received further details
of the terrific cyclone that struck the
little town of Arcardia, Trempelon
county Monday night, doing much dam
age to property, and injuring several
darkness to avoid the danger which
seemed imminent. The entire outward
atmosphere was of a peculiar reddish
brown color with a btrong sulphuric
odor, and the deafening roar of the
tornado wa indescribable. Bams and
outbuildings were lifted from their
foundations, torn to fragments and
scattered promiscuously In all direc
tions. Broken board, trees, bricks,
and stones filled the air, aud were
burled with such violence in some in
stances as to drive them through the
sides of buildings. Among the losers
are Peck Manning and a farmer named
Olsen, who lost everything, barn, house
and outbuildings, valued not stated.
John Bingham lost a granary, barn and
contents. Ill tons of hay, four horses
and blooded stock, loss 83,590; John
Robertson, house, barn and outbuild
ings destroyed, live stock escaped in
jury, loss $2,000; Jaraos Gaveuey, barn,
fence, orchard damaged, loss f 5,000;
State Senator Comstock, new sorghum
mill destroyed, and barn wrecked.
There were many other damages, rang-
ing from a hundred to one thousand
dollars. Mrs. Bessy- and Miss Pi pa,
who were the most seriously injured
by their falling residence, are consid
ered -out of danger. The cyclone
seems to have spent its force up
North Creek valley, but causing no les
New York, Oct. 11. The bar associa
tion of New York City tonight tender
ea Liord Chief Justice Coleridge a
magnificent banquet. The academy
ef mutlc was handsomely decorated
for the occasion. The transformation
of the Btage far surpased in beauty any
like attempt in this city.
The scene on the stage was a magnifi
cent garden with pretty lawns of fresh
green grass, beds of flowers, graveled
walks, and mo6t rare and costly shrubs
trees and plants. Different plants
shrubs and flowers costing ten thous
and dollars were used in the scene. In
the southwest corner of the garden is
pitched a Persian tent, twenty-three
feet in length, supported by gilded
cords from the ceilin?. Within and
about are placed thirty thousands dol
lars worth Persian works of art, con
sisting of armor, bronzes and candcl-
bra. Ten thousand dollars worth of
handsome Persian rugs and carpets of
every color and design surrounded the
Oriental camp scene. Iu this secluded
and fairly-like corner the lord chief
justice was seated, together with his
personal associates and escort. Ameri
can and British flags are seen on the
right and left of the tent. Otherwise
the entire stage and vast auditorium
are barren of any display. There i3 a
dining room in the basement of the
academy, where preparations were
made to provide to 1,300 guests. No
finer banquet table has ever been pre
pared in New York. At eleven o'clock
after tho addresses were delivered, his
lordshid was escorted to the banquei
hall by the committee.
Advertising Cheats !!!
"It has become so common to write
the beginning of an. article, in an ele
gant, interesting manner,
"Then run it mto some advertise
ment that we avoid all such,
Aud simply call attention to the
merits of Hop bitters in as plain, hon
est terms as possible,
"To induce people -
"io give tnein one iriaj, which o
proves their value that they will never
use anything else."
JOHW FITEUKRALD, A. W. McLACOIILIN
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA.
Offers tiie very, test facilities lor the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold. Government and Ixca
Securities ltou;taid Sola, deposits receiv
ed and interuHt allowed on time tlei Un
eaten, Ijraft drawn, available in any
part ot tho United St at en and all
the principal towns of
Collections made d: promptly remitted.
FALL . & WINTER GOODS
EMBRACING AX KLF.GANT . VAKIKTV OF
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State ai.d County Bond.
John Fitzgerald a. K. Touzalin,
John It. ClarK, K. :. Cunning,
Geo. E. Dovey. K. K. White.
A. W McLauehlln.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
Ji. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banting Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn availalfto In any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
"We don't care to make an' 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 inferior to none to be
found, and at prices that will ell
all we can handle this Fall.
Blankf ts and Comfortables.
We are able to give you bottom
prices on these goods. ' Our stock
is largo iiml new, and you will
have no trouble in making se-lection,
Our stock- of Varus oompnM's
everything in Western and Ger
man knitting; al.so, full iin(. of
Gcrmnntowns, Sa.fonies, cf
Agents for the celebrated
In Plain, TJrocade and Fancv Fa!
LiDfi Of SteaBlBrS. The Newest Shades, Cheaper than Ever Before.
7 11 V P. ce. HmI-i-i HflQlPPtf I" tIlis Jypartmeiit we
WMUA VOfdd VUUUUY kUUUlUlJ. oiler a collection of La-
r I i:. ti .,. i m -i i
"iw Vic-mo ami v unci ren s goods,
which for varietv and -l
has never been equalled.
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets,
I JOHN BLACK. President,
J. M. i'ATTKKSON, Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
HIGHEST CASH PKICE
Paid for County and City Warrants.
and promptly remitted for.
Jol r. Black, J. M. Patterson, C. n.Panrel
F. It. Guthuianu, J. Mori lssey, A. B.
tnitti. Fred G order.
Chetnistrv has discovered no rnmivlv
to Arnica t r healing external erupfious. Proper
ly prepared and combined, it hau.no equal aa a
The largest assort
ment ever opened
here. "We have the best makes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies' "White Alerino
suit for 81.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at 82.75 a suit.
r'npnnfn We carry all the lead"
UUlUUlU. ing brands, from the
best to the cheapest, and make the
prices right with you every time.
The best 50c Corset in the city.
Sole agents for Pall's Health and
Nursing Corsets, Warner's Hip J)
and Thomson's Glove Fittinir.
Ladies' Moslin Unflerwear.-
In this line
we carry nothing
"in maue Horn the best
and iinest trimmings.
The liiKbest conden
sation of arnica. Will
speedily cure cliap-
Immi nanas, cracktd
1 1 4 finrl mnirlinMi,
di uw aKin,waeuier cansea irom Climatic inn
oncea or the use of IIIIKTFiri. cosuktii'
Will cure liliimles on lace and jin k miricrino
wiu bkiii ikni anu lair. invaiuaDIe
tiiicuin. A family remedy for cuts, burns.
a id sores. flUCU XN MKIAL XUUKs
fumtsl, highly mel
Iv tin r a. K ootid tin-.
skin from chapping and imparts to it life and
a healthy srlow. Unrivalled for cleaning the
ana eradicating dandruff. Tho most per
ilet soap in the world. PKICE, 25 cents.
Russian Circulars, Palotos, etc.,
The Latest, The Best, The Uotoiest
Styles ever shown here; prices ranging from 5 to $;..
1 Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
On these Goods we are Headquarters
One Door East of First National Jiank."
"TnE Remedy so favorably noticed
in all the papers, -
"Religious and r.ecular, is
"Having a large sale, and is sun
plantiag all other medicine.
"There is no denyiug the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Bitters have shown graat shrewd
In compounding a medicine whose
virtues are so palpable to every one's
Did She Die?
"She lingered and suffered along: pin
ing away all the time for years,"
Tue aoctors doing her no good, "
"ADd at last was cured by this Hop
Bitters 'ie PaPers say so much about
"Indee'd! luiTCrdI" . . , '
"How thankful we s.uld- e for that
A medicated article
of rare merit, .pre
vent all pimples
1 1 fit n mrn fntmnnr
ir.lKESSH VVIXO it DKI.li.ll i
nd' T8ed by leadm Barbers, -who aav of it
'Without parallel as a shaving soap." Kich in
iather and las tine. Keens thn fi.
liom piiuples. i:;iCX: 15 cU. for a lare cake.
Tii wlthont minntinn
ClI the most perfect ar
B tide ever produced
as it not onlv cleans
es the t"eth thoroughly, lut tho combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the sums. It
gives to the bre.th a sweet, delicate odor, lta
taste is aencnuu- i'rio, o a Do.
All druggists Be 1 tne above articles, or we WUl
biaU them, postpaid, ou receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicag
WILL J. "WARRICK,
PLATTSMOUTIT, - - - NEBRASKA.
THE ELKHORN SALOON
A Daughter's Misery
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liv
brf rheumatic trouble and Xervous de
bility, 'Under the care of the be3t physic
ians, gave her disease various names,
"liut no relief,
"And nww she ia restored to us iu
good health by as simple a reuiedy as
Hop Bitters, ihit we had shunned for
years before using it." The Parents.
iStirvP. RF.PAIHINa of all kinds
t mwwir- in 1 rrn
Arivn v-,.ireva mannfacturinir. Wc duplicntf all eosterr prices, savin" A correspondent says it came from the
timo. . . southwest, aud that upon its approach
rrt? buildm" ia fcny part of the Stateshoukl jritc for our terms of ca?tiiv ihe air was so charged with electricity
amen UU1IU"'" J.. i.fff'f.iy TxsrttiT vwts w i- s3 I J
JfJLSH iU U 0. .wm W I that lights could not bo made to burn.
nth, 1392. I SUM pwpic rVtBCV Itf ftftfjr' cOTarS' Itf
Father is Getting Well.
"My daughters say:
"How. much betier father is since
used Hop Bitters."
4,IIe 13 getting well after his long:
suffering from a disease declared incur
"And we are so glad that he used
your Bitters." A Lady of Utica, N.Y
" Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing under the
firm name of Grace &Thierolf, i this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr,
Thierolf will conduct the business at
their former location being authorized
to pay all debts and collect and receipt
for all bills due the old firm.
lSGto H. Thiehocf.
Plattsmouth, Neb. Oct. 2d 1883.
Notice is hereby given that
W. Sexton will apply to the Board of
County Commissioners of Cass Couuty.
Nebraska at its stated meeting in Oc
tober 1883 for a license to soil molt
Spiritus and Vinous liquors in Avoca
Cass County, Nebraska, oao year from
date xti ttttawaoca
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
MTJMM'S EXTRA DliV CIIAMPAGXK,
ST- LOUJS PEER.
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gereral jobbing
I a, uow prepared to do all kinds of repairing
..muaiiuvuiri inacainery, aa tnera
la a good lathe la my shop.
PETER RAO EN.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge or the aon snop.
He is weU known aa a
Always on draught.
A. PISTES LIHE of C?IG-i H.S
ALWAYS IX STOCK, AT
- PLATTSAIOIJTII, XEP.
"BURL1N G TO N. 1 : dUTK
(Chicago, Bu.-linsto.-i &. Cruincy 'road.)
B A K 0 TyiJi
- - - - . xu rW
Elerant Day Couches, Parlor Cars.
ng Chairs (scats free). Smokiner C
GOING EAST ANO WEST.
er I Am
vol ring Chairs, IuUman Palace i3oepir.s Car and
the famous C. B. & Q. Dining Cars run dauyto and
Bluffs. ChicafO A fees Mninoa I'hinum Bf r,
sepb. Atchisba & Toneka. Onlv thmm-h iir iw.
twn Chicago, Lincoln & Denver. Through cars
iw-iwcru.inmanapous S. uouncll iiluns via lXKMla.
Ail connections made in TTnfrm Ikrw.t It
Efl COINC NORTH AND SOOl H
wfth-RecKa- S-vliJ Traiw of EJeat Dt Coatlll, .n,i i. -.
irs. enth iWrana ialace SJut cine c?.Z r??d 1 " !.
I man r&lao Slut pio
Paul and Mnnminli u : , ft
Chairs to andfmst T"T,'5",,ocun,'P;
and from fct. Louis and Ottawa' C'
cbanw c.f cars between St. LouU tl
It is universal admitted to be the
N Finest Equipped Railroad In tho World for all Classes of Tr
V X T?17-' idXicfa't A: Cten'1 Mflg- PEbCKVAL LOWELL. Gen. lW Aff t.
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