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OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Orders taken for WILSON BK08.' HI1IKTH.
Jo P. TniK
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE,
October 1, 1883 j
or the ntxt Thirty Days I will soil
-flT COST !
To clean up a3 fine a stock of Organ
lic. Any one in want of a fine Organ will lind it to their
rnterest to tall and get my prices. For the
above time vou can get a
MASON & HAMLIN,
s'T1lo Ssst in. tlio World,'
rs !., ..r lver, tl.p.n the
i: KXTAL, .,r TEN -QUARTERLY-PAYMENT plan.
off AMISS KTTJEJE,
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND,
TTIie IScst ILiiie
To be Xound In the City. New goods at prices that defy comretlon. Give me a call.
TTflrrantpd to he as firood a9 any wire made. We alao
i l- in ctnMr . neral assortment
I TINWARE, and sell as cheap aa any
WAYMAN & KIRBT, Propr's.
PI atrtsixiontli. USTet).
IKUW AtuVK- CASTINGS.
. work in Colu runs and Castings for Business Hot
108 ur uti j - -
AUWB REPAIWNG of all kind-. Oar Machine Shop is folly equipped
SSM minufacturing. " We dnplicat, all easterr, prices, .arlng
ht and timo. . c-f dnl,' write for our terma of mpHh
.rtiea banding i-t-nypaoz
MASON & HAMLIN
UEBY.F. MILLEB and
a as ever were oflered to the pub
cheap Organs, for CASLT, or on
ON LOWEU MAIN STREET.
of (Cook Stoves
jClME IB TTOPIIDIID.
of HARDWARE, STAVES and
Hardware house in the country.
And Tinners' StocH
FUR SALE BY
ST. LOUIS MO
The Flattsmontb Heral PnMisluni Co.
The Illinois State Convention
of the Y. M. C. A. at
Interesting News from the
Washington, Oct. 18. The executive
order announcmir the retirement of
Gen. Sherman from active duty Novem
ber 1, and the changea incident thereto
will nrobablv be issued today. It is
understood that Major General Han
cock will succeed Lieutenant General
rthoridaa in the division of the Mis
souri; Major General Pope will succeed
General Ilaucocb. commander of the
division of the east, and Major General
ichoGeld will remain in command of
the division of the Pacific.
General Ilazen, chief signal oflluir, haa
returned to Washington from an ex
ter.'it-d trip iu the west, lie- had :
couleieiico with the secretary ol war
thiai niorninirrelatbff to the failure of
the (Jreoly relief expedition.
THE Cor.HAS EMBASsV.
The i.iemhcia ol the Coiean embassy
e.:iku at the White House today ia full
court dreas and took fcrmnl leavu.
The i'.esident, attended by all nivmbers
ofthecabiutt received them iu the
blue parlor. The presentation wa
made by Secretary Frelinghuyeen. The
embassy will leave Washington Mon
day or Tuesday for San Francisro
where they will take steamer on the
25th for home.
TO MARE ISLAND.
Washington, Oct. 12. Captain John
Kussell has been ordered to the com
mand of the navy yard at Mare Island,
California, November 4, by which time
he will be promoted to the grade of
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
It is understood that the civil scrv
ice commission has asked the president
to direct a further classification of em
ployes in the government service so as
to brine: within the operation of the
civil service rules that class of employ
es now recceivmg less than $900 per
annum. The president is believed to
favor the proposition and it is thought
will soon direct a reclassification of
employees receiving less than $1,200,
which will include a number ot those
receiving less than $900, and who are
not now subject to the regulations of
the civil service commissions. It is
not thought, however, that employees
receiying less than $St0 will be Includ
ed in the classification.
THE DEPOSIT ACT.
Washington, Oct. 12. Secretary Fol-
ger has written a reply to Senator
Garland, who recently presented the
claim of the state of Arkansas for mon
ey alleged to be due under the deposit
act of June 23, 1836, in which he says:
Since the indebtedness of the United
States has been sufficient to absorb the
surplus revenues, I understand the
usage of the department has been to
look upon the deposit act as being at
least suspended, if not entirely obso
lete, aud until otherwise directed by
congress, I am disposed to concur iu
Chicago, Oct. 12 Attorney General
McCartney, oi" thia State, has filed an j
opinion that all railroad companies run
uiag trains or cars within the limits of
the state are bcuud to make full reports
?o the railroad co'-nmi-Moucrs, and to
keep an open oIUcl- in Illinois lor the
transfer of stock, where inspection oi
stocKrcay ue m.uie as cotiifific as at j
New York or llt-aton. Tbp Lioint was !
raided by ih Canadiiia Pacific aud eth
er Jim's wiiifij touch this city by ruu
uiug ihro'Jirh the northern i;irt of tLy
state, aud gf-ntrally on l' iiat-i! incr.
The Miclnau Central railroad com
pany, which voted yesterday aaiust
the adoption of the uniform time
schedule adopted by the railroads of
the country, has signified its intention
to conform to the new system.
the onto and aiississirn.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 12. The slock
holders ot the Ohio & Mississippi road
continued to vote for three directors
until the holder of the . bonds of tbi
Springfield division offered to vote.
Objection was 'raised by Mr. Dim pel,
of Baltimore, who is in the interest of
Mr. Smith. ODD06insr the election of
Robert Garrett. Tho question was ar
gued at considerable length by the at
torneys, and submitted to the inspect-
ors ot election, wno. iook icnnuer mi
viseinent, and adjourned till afternoon.
. . i ? i a j
The matter of taking the road out of
the hands ot the receiver will probably
be delayed on account ot this unex
pected opposition to Garrett. JLt
any rate it cannot bo done until the
OOObondu authorized for the purpose.
President McCliutoo's report estimates
that the present rate ot income, with
the prospective increase of business,
is amply sufficient to warrant taking
the road from the hands of the receiver
if these bends ean be satisfactorily
THE V. M. C. A. CONVENTION
Springfield Oct. 12. The conven
tion of the Young Men's Christaln
Associations of Illinois is in session
here. The attendance of delegates
is very large, prominent Christian
workers for this and other states al
so being present.
The convention elected a perma
nent organization by the election of
C. C, lirown, of Springfield, presi
dent, W. L. Miller, ef Chicago, and
II. N. Gilbert, of Knox college, vice
presidents; W. Cook, of Chicago,
secretary; und W. A. Crawford, of
Joliet, and C. A Johnson, of Black
burn university, assistant 'secreta-
After a brief address by the pres
ident the report of the state execu
tive committee was presented. It
shows that there are now fiftythreo
associations in the state. The com
mittee reports a constant increase in
religious enthusiasm, and several
hundred conversions are reported.
Among the recommendations is one
suggesting that Mr. I. E. Brown be
continued in the office of secretarj-,
and that four thousand dollars be
raised for the coming year.
Mr, W. II. Rice, treasurer report
ed the receipts for the year $3,49G,
33, all of which but $15.30 had been
Secretary I. E. Brown made a very
interestiug report, showing that
there never has been a j'ear ia the
associatin's history when such suli-J
growth has been made iu the slate
a during the last year just closed.
Various other reports were pre
sented, all ol which confirmed the
statements of general success in the
work during the 3'C-ar.
The afternoon vras devoted to
railroad and college vnk, and this
evening there were services led by C.
1. Wil'is, of Milwaukee, and address
es cu association building by K, D.
Kussell, of Jacksonville, and U. A.
Orr, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Ona hundred and filly delegates were
Advertising Cheats !!!
"It has lcom- eo common to write
the beginning of aa article, in an ele
gant, interesting manner,
'Then run it into some advertise
ment that we avoid all such,
"Aud simply call attention to th;
merits of Hop Bitters in as plain, hon
est terms as possible,
"To induce people
"To give them one trial, which so
proves their value that they will never
use anything else."
"The Remedy so favorably noticed
in all the papers,
"Religious and secular, is
"Having a large sale, and is sup -plantiag
all other medicine.
"There is no denying the virtues of
the llop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Hitters naye snown groat shrewd
ness. "And ability
"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'
"The doctors doing her no good,"
'And at last was cured by this nop
Bitters the papers say so much about ;'4
"How thankful we should be for that
A Daughter's Misery
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery,
" rom a complication of kidney, liv-
br, rheumatic trouble and Nervous de
bility, "Under the care of the best physic
"Who gave her disease various name?,
"But no relief,
"And now she is restored to us in
good health by as simple a remedy as
Hop Bitters, that we bad shunned for
years before using it." The Parents.
Father is Getting Well.
"My daughters say:
"How much betier father is since he
used Hon Bitters."
"He is gettu'ir well after his long
suffering from' si disease declared incurable-'
"AeU we are o t-lad that he used
j our Bitter?.'' A Lady of Utica, N
St Louis Fair.
The Mo. Pac. Ity. will sell excursion
tickets Louisville to St Louis and re i
turn Fuir week at $12.75 sale of tkts., j
to commence Sept. HO. and coutitiues ;
to aad including Oct. 6 sroou re-
turning on or bclore Oct,
During the week, visitors may witness ;
t. nit.t-r "I'-iil Pmnlic-'o srrt-..t !-. :
roplit'3 .trfci-t IV.-
jent." "The ui-rkt txtrnsivc displhv j
of l'i:p Work evt-r seeu in Amoriea," j
and unuu-rou-i other d;iz?.i;ng attrae- :
ticus, all of wliieh surpns3 in m.iuiti- !
ccnee untl spItii'U.r auytbin.cr oi th !
kiud ever before tvitnasfd. For Tick
ets or information cJi on ur address J
1'. E;Ii3 L.ocl Tkt. Act. Louisvilie
For8aleor Rent for 1884.
300 Acres of pasture landa all under
fence mile south of Weeping Water.
Jno. K. Ulakk AVeeping Water. .Neb
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 df-bts and collect and receipt
for all bills due the old hrm.
lS6t5 II. Thierolf.
riattsmouth. Neb. Oct. 2d 1883. .
Notice is hereby given that George
W. Sexton will apply to the Board of
County Commissioners of Cass County.
Nebraska at its stated meeting in Oc
tober 1883 for a license to sell malt
Spiritus and Vinous liquors in Avoca
Cass County, Nebraska, one year from
Johm Fitzgerald, a. W. Mclacoiilin
Ilostdent. . Canhler.
OF PLATT8MOUTI1. NEBllASKJi,
OfT'Tstlie veiyjuit facllitk'S for tlie prompt
trauKHCtlon of legitimate
Stocks, Itonds. Cold, Government and I.oca
tkcunHen Kou;ht and Hold, Deposit receiv
ed aud interest allowed on time C'ertiU
caie. Draft" drawn, available in any
part of the Unlttul Slate and all
the principal towns ot
Collections made & promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State ar.d County Bond.
John Kltzeer&id A
John It. Clark. K
Oeo. E. Dovey. K. K. White,
a. w AicLaumiiin
WEEPING WATER, - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Uncolved. and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drown available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for tlie celebrated
Mmi Use of Steamers.
Bank Cass County
Cotuer "iJalu an-i Mxt'i Sue
PL ATT3 MO TJTIi.
( JOHN VIj.iCK, i'resiJi'j-.t, I
J. y. i'ATXEKMj.N, ci.tr.
Transacts a General Mm Business.
HIGHEST CAsIl i'l'.ICE
Paid for County and City War. 'ants.
and promptly remitted for.
JoLr. Black, J. M.Patterson, C. II. Parrrel
F. R. Outhmaun, J. MorriMey,A". H.
mith. Fred (1 order.
Chemistry has discovered no remedy superior
to Arnica I. t neaung external eruptions. Proper
ly propared and combined, it- tuu jio equal as a
The inquest conden
sation ol arnica. Will
speedily cure cliap-
Jei lianas, crack t cl
1 i i w and rnnrliiiMii
ot ine BKiri, wnetner cansea rrom climatic influ
ences or the use of niUtTFUL. COSMETICS
Will cure pimples on lace and neck, rendering
tno sum bo? i ami iir. invaluable in Malt
Kheum. A family remedy for cuts, hums, bruises
auu sores, i iuti!i ju.i al A utumn, xac
fumwl, Iiiflily med
Iv Dure. Keens the
BKin irom cnappin ana imparts to it life and
:i healthy glow. Unrivalled for cleaning the
scalp and eradicating dandruff. The most per
fect toilet soap in the world. IMilCE. 35 cents.
A medicated article
of rare merit. I're
vents all pimple.
hel n fror fnj'HRml
Kndorsed by leading Barbers, who say of it,
"Without parallel as a shaving soap." Kich in
lather and lasting. Keeps the face and neck free
from pimples. PliICK 15 cts. for a large cake.
Is without question
the most perfect ar
tide ever produced,
ea the teetb horoushly. but tho combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the rums. It
gives to the breath a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is delightful .Price, 25c a box.
All druggists se.l the above articles, or WS Will
taail them, postpaid, on receipt of price.
Q. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chlcagc
WILL J. WARRICK,
) ?Xf f
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re-
pairing, and general Jobbing
I a, now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
ot farm and other machinery, aa taere
Is a good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge or the vragoa snop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 VTOKKMAJf.
Sw W axons and Bnnciea made t
i.i mil 'ii i - la
FALL & WINTER GOODS
EMBRACING AX ELKO ANT VAIHE'lT OF
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
AVe don't caro 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 mid
the handsomest materials in the
market, and we left nothing un
done to lind lor the ladies a line
of goods inferior to none to be
found, and at prices that will tell
all we can handle this Fall.
In Plain, Brocade and Fancy Fabrhpics.
The Newest Shades, Cheaper than Ever Before.
In this department we
oiler a collection" of La-
Gents' and Children's iroods.
. o 'I
which lor variety and cheapness j
has iu ver been f quailed. ;
The lamest assort -
ment ever oi)ened
here. We have the best makes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies' White Merino
suit for 81.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at $2.75 a suit.
Russian Circulars, Paletos, etc.,
The Latest, The Best, The Nobbiest
Styles ever shown here; prices ranging from 5 to $G5.
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths,
On these Goods we are Headquarters
One Door East of First National Bank.
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,-
01(1 Kentucky Whiskies,
' B U R UN GTO N- K OUTE
raw ncoi. I
he famous C. B. A Q Dininr- r'jim nm rfi:... . - I
from Chicago fc Kansas City, Chicatro Jt Council
tiluns. ChlcafO A Xea Moinm I nliun Cf T,
seph. Atchison & Topeka. Only through line be-
between Indianapolis & Council Bluffs riaPeoria.
ia uuuucjuuoi maae in union iepots. jt is
uluo wn s mc ETBai umv Li U U (JAii ia Ms .
m Finest Equipped Railroad in tho
j. ruuu aa v ice-rres i ana ueo l Manas.-.
H?1 Dy Coaches, Parlor Cars, with Becim-1
afV" (seata rree), smoking Cars, trith li-l
fOlvine Chairs. Pullman Pal
Blankets and Comfortables.
We are able to give you bottom
prices on these good. Our f-tock
is large and new, and you will
have no trouble in maktng He
Our stock of Yarns comprises
everything in Western and Ger
man knitting; also, full lines of
(iermantowns, Saxonies, etc,
We carry all the lead
iiijr brands, from the
: best to tlm Iie.'inpKt. ;ml nmL- tlm
1 . . .
prices right with you every time,
The best 50c Corset in the city.
Sole iigents lor Bull's Health and
; AHr" "S corsets w arner s iiipi
aiiu iJiomson s Glove r ltting.
Laflies' Hoslin Iflerwear.--
In tins line we carry nothing
but made from the best muslin,
and linest tiimmings. Full line.
ST- LOUIS BEER.
a. putney Ra 'road.)
UUIflC NORTH AUD SOUTU
Solid Trains of KWnt ruvrt.
man Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily to mid
i rom St. Louis, via HanniKal rinln.- v,.i...i.
uuiuuSluulU!ur na.ptaae.aa AJtJt rt l-a f ht
Paul and Minneapolis: Parlor Cars with Kiliniuir;
"T 10 frwnSt- Ixuis and Peoria auil to
Aa auu ulwsiwi. KJtilr one
It is universall v admitt.! to t th
World for all Classes cf Travel
PEKCkVAL LOWEtX, Cen. Pu.ss. Ag't. CoKne i
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