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OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Order UAon for V liJ&VS tl:OS. HI! I UTS.
J. 1 tag
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE. 1
October i, 1883 I
r'or tlie mxt Thirty Days I will sell
Pfeon& Hamlin Organs
jBxT COST !
. l- .h up as line a stock of Organs as ever were ollered to the pah
Any one in want of a fine Organ will find it to their
rnterest to -a11 and'get my prices. For the
ahovc time you can get a
MASON & HAMLIN,
"Th. Best in th. World,''
ivnvi, Limn uiu wj-ram-u
L'l.NTAL, or TKN- QIT A I
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND,
i .t found In the City. Jfew good at prices mat defy competion. Give me a call.
AMI US TrODEMID.
STREIGHT & CO.
(WnfffMor to Wtrelrht A Uliller.
FINE YY HARNESS.
A large l'ne ot
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips &c
always In stock.
Repai ring o f all Tiii.ds neatly dene
Main Street, between Fourth and Filth.
CALL AT THE
H. A. TOERMAKS SON
Wbolerale'.and Ketall Dealer In
SASH, 1)00 IIS,
Fourth Mreet. in terrof Gpia Bou;e.
.-I ATTSMOUTir. - NEBRASKA
ERNST WAGNKR :
ABCHllXCI ORAL WORK A
Plans anl SpfScldc.uloiiH mil he carefully
jurriedioot. and full attention will b given as
to safety and durability.
l,essoxs ox PAivrixca
aWmer Colors. Crayon .and Tencil.
tlnro Mln at
Henry Boeck is selliDS furniture at
below any nouw . "
.t -.-!.- Xf ?rT rfpnht ttjg
opera iic use
MASON & HAMLIN
IIENUY F. MILLER and
ciit'sm wrjnuis, ior Uioll. or on
ITE1 iLY-PA VM ENT plan.
ON LOW El t MAIN STREET.
oi (Uook Stoves,
" Qxasoline Stoves,
cr. i. ttzlstiritih:,
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS.
and all kinds of goods usually kept In a
FIB8T C,'iA88 flui ITITBE 8TOKK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods.
Metallic&WoodenCofflns Caskets Bales
.Our New and elegant hearse is always la fc
Remember the place, in UNION
JBLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Wuear we may be found night or day.
J. I. UNRUH,
BLA CKSJill TH
nOHSE SHOEING & WAGON REPAIRINC
All Kinds of Pari implements Manilea witl
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule& OxShoein
n short, we'll shoe anything that haf
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Coraf and see us.
n Filth 5. between Main and Vine Street
a! across ie corner from the tkw 1IEUAL
KISE LINE OF,
MEERSCHAU 4 AND BRIAR PIPES
OK DIUKCT ;1M fOUr ATI ON.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
8 iaUylmade for the retail Uada onljr, J
U II t.r-
PUBLISHED ur . -
The PlaltsmoHtfBeral PnlMiii Co!
NOTES OF INTEREST
Railroad Happenings and gen
Crimes and Casualties.
THE PULLMAN COMPANY.
Chicago, Oct. 18 The auuual meetiug
of the stockholders of the Pullman
Palace Car company was held here to
day. Ninety-four thousttud shares of
capital stock were represented. The
anuual report, presented by the presi
dent, Geo. M. Pullman, showed the
earnings from the operation of cars,
83,5.11,73; from royalties, etc $30,144;
from manufacturing prolits, rentals,
etc., S595.227. Total, $4,093,244. Op
erating expenses and rentals, leases,
etc., $1,033,015; iutcrest, $171,074; div
idends of per cent-on capital stock,
1,235,142. Total, $3,039,932. The
surplus lor the year is $1,053,312. New
contracts covcriug 19,000 miles of rail
way aud renewals of old contracts
covering 7,000 miles were received dur
iug the ye.ir, which necessitates the
building of 121 new coaches. The
stockholders authorized an increase of
the capital stock at the discretion of
the directors, not to exceed twenty per
cent. At a subsequent meeting of the
board of directors the capital stock w
increased tea per cent.
CLAIMING A CUT.
Chicago, Oct 18 Other Hues iu the
Ohio river pool claim that the Louis
ville, New Albany & Chicago railroad
is selling tickets from Chicago to In
uianopous through scalpers at cut
rates. The officers ot the road deny
The northwestern truffle association
met today and made a slight advanca
in freight rates between Chicago aud
.Milwaukee and common points.
NO BUSINESS DONE.
1 he Illinois treight rate association
and lines interested in business iroin
Peoria eust met and adjourued without
transacting any business.
PRESSED MEAT S11IH.MENT.
Chicago, Oct. 18. A sub-committee
ot the classification committee of the
east bound freight pool visited the
stock yards yesterday, and made in
quiries concerning the shipment of
dressed beef and other dressed meats
The rule has been that dressed beef
Would not be received for shipment ex
cept upon payment for a full car load
20,01)0 pounds. This did not interfere
with shipments in bulk to the seaboard,
but for interior towns smaller consign
ments were frequently wanted, and it
became the custom of the shipper to
make up necessary weight by putting
in dressed pork, mutton, etc. ihe
question before the committee was
whether this would be allowed to con
tinue. The sub-committee decided to
recommend to the committee that the
practice be not interfered with.
Washington, Oct. 18. The elam of
the United States agents against the
Central Pacific road pending lor name
time in the courts of California, for u
large amount of internal revenue tax,
has been compromised. The terms of
compromise are that the railway com
pany shall pay the government $09,00
and the costs of the pending suit, and
relinquish their claim against the gov -
ernment for $16,816 interest alleged to
have been unlawfully paid January 1.
St. Louie, Oct. 18. There is not
much change in tLe switchmen's strike.
Several sinkers left for Chicago and
elsewhere, being dishearteued at the
prospect here. The condition of the
railroads is more promising. Deputy
marshals pt event the strikers from in
terfering with tne men at work. In
East St. Louis the Yandalia and Ohio
& Mississippi roads especially are in
good shape, and are moving ttaius very
New Torn, Oct. IS. -The Herald,
notiug the depression from the Pacific
which for several days has been slowly
advancing eastward over southern
California aud Anloua, says If this de
pression is udvaiict-il inward the sea
board it Will ruhe tha temperature in
all districts south of the limiuth pui
allel, aud thus help ail autumu crops to
mature, whil also postponing the first
killing frosts south of the Ohio valley.
Beiug a comparatively dry cyclone, its
tiled will be particularly favorable to
the sugar and cotton growers ot the
ulf stales at this critica! period of
their operatious, but iu advance of
this storiu north westwutdiy. th'-' uavi
gatiou of the lakes will be duugerou
IN A 6ALOOX KOW.
Chicago, October 18. In a saloon
row between two colored men, named
Charles Reynolds and Edward Patter
sou this aturuuou, the former pounded
the latter ou the head with a billiard
.cue. Jtutteison died this afturuvon.
ltotb TeFe pi the vagrant order.
Chicago, October 18. A Journal, Jo-
Het, Illiiiois, special says: Masked men
entered the house of IMwards Mc
Laughlin last night and .tortured the
farmer and his wife until 'hey disclosed
the hiding place of $1,000 ii gold, then
departed, having the victims nearly
New Yoik, 18. The schedule iu as
signmeutof Max Wallcustem to Beuno
Klopfer was filed today. Inabilities,
$111,589; nominal assets, 9i,9G2 ; actu
al assets, $70,833-.
Owentou, Ky., October 18. Seven
miles from here today Jno. M. Palmer,
an ol 1 man, ordered Ben Crutchlow off
his farm. Crutchlow obeyed, but when
out of the field words ensued, and
Palmer shot aud Crutchlow tLrew
stone at the same time. The latter
was shot through the heart, and Palm
er's skull was fractured. He will
THE BUCKET SHOP WIRE TAPPERS.
Chicago, October 18. Warrants
were issued today for the arrest of C.
Van Winkle and Win. Alkorn, at the
instance of the Western Uuion Tele
graph company, on the charge of con
spiracy. The trouble dates from last
May, when the Western Union re
fused to furnish market quotations to
the bucket-shops and removed its tick
ers. As a consequence the bucket
shops have since been working all sorts
of schemes to secure reports, with va
rying success. For a time it was sup
posed they managed to receive quota
lions by means of signs from the board
of trade, until the fact became known
they were quotations not only as fully,
but jus't as sent over the Western
Union wire, and investigation devel
oped the fact, as alleged, that Van
Winkle and Alkorn had tapped the
Western Union wire, at the Union
stock yards ai.d run a b.aich wire into
a small office in this city, where quota
tious were taken, and it is said, sent to
all the different busket-shops. Van
Wiukla was held in $1,000 bail until
the 23d for examination. Alkorn is
not yet arrested.
"It has become so common to write
the beginning of an article, in an ele
gant, interesting manner,
"Then run it into some advertise
ment that we avoid all such,
"Aud simply call attention to the
merits of Hop Bitters in as phiiu', 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,
, "iteliyious and secular, is
"Having a large sale, aud is sup
planting all other medicine.
"There is no deiniug the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Bitteis have shown grout shrewd
ness. "And ability
"Iu compounding a medicine whose
Virtues are so palpable to every on? 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 Hop
Bitters the papers say so much about ;
"How thankful we should b for that
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery, "
"Froni'a complication of kidney, liv
br, rheumatic trouble and Nervous de
bility, "Uuder the care of the best physic
"W ho gave her disease various names,
"But no relief,
"And now she is restore! to us in
good health by as siwple a remedy as
Hop Bitteis. ihut we had shunned for
years before using it." The Parents.
Father is Getting Well
'My daughters say:
"How much betier father is since he
used Hop Bitters."
"He is getting well after his long
suffering from a disease declared incur
"Aod we are so glad that he used
your Bitters' A Lady jf Utica, N.Y
St Louis Fair.
The Mo. Pac. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Louisville to St Louis and rc
turn Fair week at $12.75 sale of tkts.,
to commfiiice Sept. SO. and coutiuufs
to and including Oct. 6 18S3 good re
turning on or before Oct. 8.
During the week visitors may witness
at nigut "Veiled Prophets Street Pa
gent." "The most extensive display
of Fire Works ever seen in America,"
and numerous other dazzling attrac
tions, all of which surpass in magnifi
cence nnd splendor anything of the
kiud ever before witnessed. For Tick
ets or information call ou or address J
P. Edis Local Tkt. Agi. Louisville
FREE OF COST,
Another 'I housuud Bottles of .ttarsuV
Uolden Ilalsain to be Given
Every person ir IfiPttsmoutli, who is
suffering irom ScrofuJa, Cliropic Rheu
matism. Jaundice, Billiousuess, Pys
pesia. Iudijfestion, Constipation or
Costivenena, IJetdaclie, Loss of appe
tite, Cliilis or Fever. Malaria, Backaf ho
Fein ile W.eaknesa. Nervous derange -meut,
(ieneral Delilitv, or any Blood,
Liver, Kidney, Stomach or bctvt-1 dis
order can oliTaiii a Ita bottle ofl
llirli's tjohlen liiood & LiVer Tonic,
free of charge, hy Pllniif at Sinitii fc
Black Bros drgjy store, PlufUmouth.
Persons who imve already ifipd tjd
valuable uibdiciue pau procure tjie
Inrge bottles at 60 cents and SI-
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Consumption, use Marsh's Golden Bal
sam, the famous Throat and Lung
meiifiip J, fwo doses wil benefit. Sam
ple hiiille fe;
JOHN ElTZOEKALD, A. W. McLAl'UIILIN
OK PLATTSMOUTIJ. NEBRASKA.
Offers t!i very .befit facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stock v Bonds. Cold. Oovernnieut and Loca
Securities liou;lit and Sola, Ieisits receiv
ed and Interest allowed on time C'ertitl-
catc. Omit drawn, available in any
part of the United Mat en and all
the principal Iowiih of
Collections made & promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State ai.d County Bonds.
John Fltzeerald A
John It. ClarK.
Geo. E. Dovey,
WEEPING WATER. - 'NEB.
E. L. HEED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice President.
It. S. "WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Received, aud Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available In any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Wmi Line of Steamers.
iBank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
I JOHN BLACK. President, I
1 J. M. PATTERSON'. Cashier. (
Transacts a General Basling Business.
HIGHEST CASH PIIICE
Paid tor County and City War. -ants.
and promptly remitted for.
Jol r Black, J. M. I'attt ison, C. H. I'arn el
K. K. Cuthmann, J. MorrleseyTA. H. "
mit!i. Kind S order.
Cliu'.nistry has discovered no remedy Bjiperio
to Arnica f n- healinc; extomul oruj ifious. fr er
Iv prepared and combined, it has no equal as a
lno Inquest conden
sation of arnica. Will
Bpoi-diiy euro -liaj-I1
liaixls, oraek. cl
lii4 nd niiH'Imii..
of the sldii, rhethor ensed froru cimntic inlli!
euces or thu ua of lU'liTI-'ll- COSMKTH S.
Vv'i.i euro pimple on Ihc- iiimI wh. rendi'rinc
.h BftK,tun uul lit r. Inva'uable in Suit
Klii'iini. Aaiiiiry remedy fi.r cuts, burns, bruiKea
u .u nores. 1'KIC K IN iUil AL "KVltKS, 5c.
I-lij; lit fully per
fume,!, highly ined
s!;in from chappin? nnd imparts to it life nnd
:i lieultby Blow. Unrivalled for cleaning the
nun uuiKimir. ino most tier.
jilet soap in the world. 1'ltICK. 25 cents.
A mrdicatod article"
of rai-o merit. Jr?-veni-i
ll.U I u f. 1'u f 1, .... u ,,.1
.MAKES SHAVIXO a nKijjiii'.
Kndorwd by leadin Hiirbers, who eav of it.
"Without parallel as a shaving Koap." Kich in
lather and lastine. Keeps the faeo and neck free
from punples. lliICK 15 cts. for a large cake.
Is without question
the most perfect ar
t:clo ever produced
as it not onl v cleans
es the tpeth thorousb.lv, but tho combination
with arnica, preserves and hardens the Rums. It
Rives to the bro.tii a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is delightfu IVic-e. 5o a box.
All druggists se 1 tho above articles, or W0 will
Iliail them, postpaid, n receipt of price.
O, H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Man (Vs., Chieage
WILL J. WAI5BICK,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
Wagou, Buggy. Machine and Plow re.
pairing, and gerteral jobbing
I an now prepared to do all kinds of rpnairinjf !
of Xann and other machinery, as tnere
is a good latne in ray shop.
PETER RAO EN, '
Tlia old Reliable Wason Maker
Da taken charge dS the bia nop.
Ho Is well known as a
NO : WOEKMAN.
Sew Wscsss and Hnscie si4e t
hi 5 H E.
d r ri d vi
FALL & WINTER GOODS
EMIiltACIM; AN KI.K(J.NT VAIMKTV OF
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
"We don't care to make any com
ments on our line in this tlcjart
nient, 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 sell
all we can handle this Fall.
Tn Plain, Trocade and Fancy Fabriiies.
The Newest Shades, Cheaper than Ever Before.
UnninpTT n tn's department we
OUulUl Jf . ofter a collection of La
dies' Gents' and Children's goods,
which for variety and cheapness
lias never been equalled.
The largest nssort-
here. We have the best makes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent 'Ladies' White iderino
suit for $1.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at 82.75 a suit.
Russian Circulars, Palctos, etc.,
The Latest, The Best, The dottiest
Styles ever shown here: prices ranging from . to
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths,
On these Goods we are Headquarters
FRED. HERMANN, 1
One Door Eant of Kirst National J'ank.
ALE, WINES, BEER. AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
mumm's extra djiv ciiampa(jne,
st- lotus jjep:r.
Always on draught.
L laXBJE of GIGiLlLS
i.3 URLl NO 7
(Chicago, BUfiifi j.T;
. infant lit
Jing Chairs i
nu uai AND WEST, I
Day Coaches. Parlor Cars, with Iteclic-
g Chairs Eata rm-L Kimono. -a m.h t.1 1 .
volvtne Chair. Pullman i.(.
L. i m - ' usia Vll j UUM I I
from Chicago Kansas Qlty. Chicago Council
a9-"?Sf",y and I
liiuns. cnicaeo & ea Moinm. rhi,'n t i.
seph. Atchison & Topeka. Only throiurh hue be-
en Clucaffo, Lincoln & Penrer. Through cars
L!f Equipped Railroad in the World for all Classe
TT. J. FOTTEIL id YicPres t and Gen t Manage.-. PEBCKVAL LOVXU Uen V,
Blankets and Comfortables.
AVe are able to irive vmi bottom
prices 011 these goods. Our stock
is large and new, and you will
have no trouble in' making mv
Our tock of Vai iiM coin j.i
everything in Western and (Jcr
man knitting; also, full lin-.-i of
(Jermantowns, Saxonies, etc,
Wo carry all the lead-
ing brands, from the
bent to the cheapest, ami make the
prices right with you every time.
The best 50c Corset in the city.
Sole agents for Hall's Health and
Nursing Corsets, Warner's Hip D
and Thomson's Glove Fitting.
Ladies' Muslin Urnler wear.--
Jii this line we carry noU'ing
but made from the best muslin,
and finest trimmings. Full line.
. 3 CC 2i,
COiriC NORTH AUD SOUTH
Vu - , 1 t-:oathc3 and Pull
n H'r" v-r" run daily ta nl
.BurlinjTtoD - Cr i.ir"A"c';.kulc.j
OII1 11. I Vii lim n.l,.l J v 1
IOHl Mi... I .. . , ' WJ Ot.
Iaul aEd Mii.neavx.lri".?" V
Chairs to and fntr, TkV iV, r:aT'. w."u. 'tocl'n "?
Monrft I..W9 J j nir ir
li ta uniircjr&aliy adxaitujj to ti.
s of Travel
'ens. Atf-l. Cf.K-auo.-