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OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
The Plattsmonth HeraPnMlsMng Co.
tion3 rmty more than" compensato for
this lack. Hut it "13 always mcetsary
J (ipa ra I el I edAttracti onsr
that twenty employes of lliii depart
ment should have a fair knowledge of
French and German, Spanish or Ital
Orders taken for WIMiOX BKOS. SIIIKTH.
n L ?. IfHIIIIlKffews Depot
vu u u u Hiuiuun
, PUTTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE,
October 1, 1883 J
for the ntxt Thirty Days I will tell
To clean ii
as fine a stock of Organs as ever were oflereJ to the pub
Any '.one in want of a fine Organ will find it to their
rntrrot to call and
MASON & HAMLIN,
"Tli Best in. th.o World,''
as low, or lower, than the so-called cheap Organs, for CASH, or
uhATAL, or TKiN-gUAKTKKLV-rAYAIENT plan.
J AMIES IPJETriTJElE
LJT J3. TODJD'S
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON LOAVEll MAIN STREET.
TTIae Iffie&t ILine
f'und in the City. New Roods at
STREIGHT &. CO.
(Successor to Htrelght A MUler.
FINE WAVY HARNESS.
A large jine ot
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &cl-
always in stock.
Repai ring of all kinds neatly dene o
Main Street, between Fourth and Filth.
CALL AT TIIE
H. 1. MBBMiHa SON
Wholesaieland lletaiJJ Dealer In
Fourth Mrect, in iezrcf Cpua House.
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
?Ixm and Speciflcatioa will be carchilly
arriedlout, and full attention will b glren as
to safety and durability.
LESSONS OX PAI.VT1XG
4WBtr Colors, Crayon k'and rencil.
ff.ee Diet. Folomon Nat an More. Main t
Henry Boeck is selling f urniture at
nrices SoW any house of the me
r-StSSlS inoTtbc truth, tf 1
i v.t.... Tf ron uouui vuia
MASON & HAMLIN
get inv prices.
yon can get a
of (Cook Stoves
prices that defy conipetion. Give me a call.
ami nc araPBDBD.
J". I. TJKTJSC,
and all kinds of goods usually kept In a
"EST CI.A88 FI KSITUBE STORE
Also, a very complete etock ot Funeral Goods,
Metallic&WoOuenMiis Castets Rotesi
Onr New and elegant hearse is always in "V
Remember the place, in UNION
JBLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Ddors sonth of Cass Coun-
Whear we may be found night or dar,
V - T TTVY VY V I
J . 1 . U Vi K U H 9
m- r i .
HOUSE SHOEING & WAGON JiEPAIRINt
All Kinds cf Farm implements Mended will
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule& OxShoeinff
n short, well shoe anything that ha?
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth St. between Main and Vine Street
jst across le corner from the jkw IIEltAL
'jmv.K. ..- to
A FINE LINE OFn- - .
MEERSCHAU... AND'BSlAR PIPES
OK 1IIUECT ;i3IIOKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
3 Laliylmade for the retail trade only. ..t
Pepper berg' S. Cigar Factory. qnalllleaUon, as ability in other diific-
Lord Coleridge in Washing
MiscellaneousJfoTes from the
A PROJECTED RAILROAD.
St. Souis, Oct. 19. Several promin
ent gentlemen of Iowa, in the interest
of the proj ectcd railroad, to run from
St. Louis through central Iowa, south
western Minnesota and thence to some
point on the Northern Pacific road in
Dakota, arc in consultation here with
leading business men of this city look
ing to a plan for a survey of the route,
and a further conference will be held.
Railroad managers claim tonight that
they no longer care what action the
strikers take, and that they are now in
dependent of them;' that they have or
are obtaining raf5lul"all the men they
want. A few of the strikers hve cone
back to work, but ninety per cent of
them arj out yet.
St. Joe, Mo , Oct. 19. No sL?u of a
strike among the switchmen hero.
THE CREEK ELECTlOxT ?, 1
Washington, Oct. 19. The cTmuiis
sioner of Indian affair 3 has received a
report from Indian Agent Taft, at'OT?
ion Agency, Indian territory, givin
the result of the election recently held
in tne crceK nation, to nil the position
of chief. The agent reports that the
vote stood as loiiows; J. M. I erryman,
9U ; Samuel Ch icote, 608 : 1. Spicchee,
'I'hc vote was canvassed by a com
mittee composed of the adherents or'
ms inree cauuuiates. The aent sajs
the returns from cciLaiu towns wcie
thrown out because of irregularities
but adds that the result would not be
O ARLINGTON VINDICATED
H ashingtOD, Oct. 19. The report of
Lieutenant Garlintrtou, commander ot
the recent Arctic expedition for the it
lief of the Greelv party, is a complete
vindication1 of.'Garliiigtoa so Tar' as
any d'sobedience of - orders is con
cerned. General llazcn, in a letter
transmitted with the report to the sec
retary of wcr, says the strictures made
on Gaiiinsrton m this connection are
The report of the commissioner of
pensions for the fiscal year ended June
30, 1883, shows that there were 303,658
pensioners on the roll at the end of the
fiscal year. During the year the names
of seventy-six whose pensions had been
accepted previously were ro3tored to
the roll, making 38,958 pensions added
during the year, an excess of 10045
over the preceding y ear. The average
annual value of 'each pension is $406,
the aggregate aunual value of all pen
sions is $32,345,192, an increase of 2,
904..090. The total amount paid for
pensions is $000,040,000
Attention is called to the fidelity and
ability with which the unprecedented
disbursements of the bureau have been
made by agents for the payment of
pensioners. An average of 3,357,337
naving been disbursed from each of
the eighteen agencies at an annual ex
pense of $16,000, and without the loss
of a dollar to the government or a
complaint of delay from the benfici-
aries. Of the special examination sys
tem, the commissioner speaks in com
mendatory terms, aid says he will be
disappointed if the saving to the gov
ernment effected by this decision will
not be suffiGient to defray
the cost of
its maintenance. He does not think it
incumbent upon the government to be
at any further expense in endeavoring
toselltotho Indians pension claims,
when the resulfof the special commis
sioner sent out to'th'e Indian Territory-
are considered."-. w- .-
WILL KEEP ML'M
At the request of the President
"iii-v"" -,c luiuui.
. . 7 . , . . ' - ... I-
ternoon,air'iiacl a long talk vltfi him
ihe object ot .'the conference ." is not
known.xThe comuiigsioners are reti
cent as to what transpired. - An ussoci
atel press reporter asked; Doruiau U,
iaun president or tlie ctnnmission.
what was the olject of the conference,
and what occurred. E-itoa replied iha'
ue aiu nor. acem u proper tor mm to
state what had occurred. He said the
commissioners had called at the re
quest of the president, and that the the
interview was a long one.
In reply -Jo an inquiry from the civil
service commission, as to what qualili
cations should bo passed for service in
ti.e stat- d;,.ariment, the secretary of
state decluic mat it is accessary that
most clerks .t t.ie department of state
should have at lea.it uHcient kuowl -edge
of one or more foreign languages
to read ihcm in original documents.
Nevertht-la.'j-' :' is nt absolutely neces
tni. iv.-ty a i..i j i iv; this
VlfclTS THE EXTREME COCRT.
Washington, Oct. 19. Lord Jus
tice Coleridge visited the United
States supreme court today, entering
the court room in procession with
the justices at 12 o'clock, standing
beside chcif justice and participating
in the formal salution with which the
assembled court every day greets the
bar. lie then tooka scat at Chief
Justice Miller, wuVccupied the
place of Justice Fielofinhis absence.
The court room was'Terowded with
spectators. After ' listening for a
time to the argum(yytfnrtlie case of
the IJoard of Lisa ors against the
Louisville Hail roa.il company, the
lord chief justice took formal leave
of the court and was shown through
the capital. '. This is said to be the
first time,' any other person than a
justice in the court has occupied a
seat on the supreme court bench.
This evening Lord Coleridge attend
ed a dinner to hi3 honor by Chief
Justice Waitc. Among those pres
ent were the attorney general, all the
justice of the United States supreme
court, except Justice Field, and Jus
tices of the district court. The din
ner was followed by a reception,
which was largely attended. Among
those present were Secretaries Tel
ler, Lincoln Post Master General
Grcsham, the British minister and
Civil Service. Commissioner Eaton.
President Arthur was expected but
did not attend.
STATE OF TRADE.
New York, Oct, lt. 11. G. Dun k
Co's, mercantile agency, reports that
the business situation docs not im
prove. The manifest shrinkage in
the volume of trade at this port is
shared in by seven of the largest
commercial centres. Eleven cities,
show a slight gain in business mer
chandize; and shows a decline in vol
ume as the season approaches to the
close, but there has b'een L a fair
amount of profit in transacisis tiis
week, as nriccs , hffve been nrettv
i steadily niairijSrfued. Collections
uau uucn t:ou, uuu iioLwiLUSianuing
the la'nre increase in the number of
failures, the losses as vet bv bad
clebts do not impair the expectations
pi a iainy prontablc season. Ihe
grain markets arc irregular and elos-
eu weak, at about previous rates .
Th'ere has been a slight variation in
the price of cotton, with tendency
somewhat downward. l'ork and
lard is fairly steady, with bul slight
variation in price. ISo special
i-benge in the wool market. A large
speculation has taken place in pe
troleum during the week, but the
lluctuations are slight, varying be
tween" three and lour cents. The
monet market continues to share a
remarkable ease, there being a plet
hora of money for everything except
stock speculation. Ihe deposits
amount to nearly ify00,000,000, show
ing an increase of .$3,000,000 as com
pared with last year, indicating a
larga withdrawal of money for specu
Advertising Cheats !!!
"It has become so common to write
the beginning of an article, in an ele- !
gant, interesting manner,
Ihen run it into some advertise
ment that we avoid all such,
"-Yuci eanply call attention to the
merits of Hop letters in as plain, hon
est terms as possible,
lo mdure people -a
to give them one trial, which
proves their value that they will never
use any. rung else.
s"THEnEMEDYso favorablv noticed
"liqjWfcQ ai:a r.ccular, is
-iiavic" a large sale, and is sun
plantiBg'&H other medicine.
"There is no denyiuo- the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
nop uuiers navesnown groat shrewd
r-r . . . I
'And ability .
"In compoundinjr a medicine whose
Virtues are so palpable to everv one's
"She lingered and sufEered alon'fr nin-
ing away an ine time tor years,"
-j.ne aociors aoms: her no crood."
'And at last was''caf ed bv' this Hon
Bitters the papers. say so much about;'
'How thaukfuTwe should be for that
A JDanghter's Misery
"Eleven years our daughter sulTered
on a bed of " n.'spre
"From a complication of kidr.er. liv-
i i -is.. ...... - -Jr--. .
ui.iucuiiianc irouoie ana nervous tie- I
"Under thg care of the best physic
n ho gave her disease various names
"lint no relief,
vuu iiyw tiiu is restored to us in
good health by as simple a remedy as
nop iiucers. tnit we nad shunnt-d
years before usine- it." T.ti- p,pr
O--- . A .T,
Fatheris Getting Well.
'My daughters sar:
"llow much betier lather is tince he
used Hop Buters.''-
"lle is getting well alter his lou";
sufferiu lroin a disease declared incur
"Ard v. a are
so glad that he used
A Lapy Df Utica, N. Y
St Louis Fair.
The Mo.rPac: Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Ltouisville 'o S: Louis and re -turn
Fair week at $.li;.75 sale of tkts.,
to commeuce'Sept CO. and continues
10 and including Oct. 6 18S3 good re
turning on or beiore Oc. 8.
During the week visitors may witness
at night "Veiled Prophets Street Pa
geut." v't'hfi uiPSt extensive . disnLiv
of Fire "WorVs ever seen jn America,''
and numerous -os hi r ('azzlincr attiuo
tioni, alLofj'.liii-it k.'Jiss in "innniN
cence and pie - 'hi'i ? ilic
kind ever before tnes-eJ. Tor Tick
or infomation tail on or address .T
Ellis 'Local-Tkt. Act. Louisville
In additou to'-' . h Vu i, iin r. "?r
liquors Joe IcV. , k:eUa the Celehat- i
Anhcuscr St. Louis ber. 201 tt
JOIIJT l'lTZOF-BALU, A. W. Mcl.AL'JllU.V
OX rLATTSMOUTM. Ktlill.VSKA.
OH'.'ra t!i very best facilities for the prompt
train-action ol legitimate
Stork. Hoiuls, Cold. Covemineut nod I.oea
Securities Kmi';li t and Solil, lr iionHi receiv
ed stud interest allowed on time Cert ill -
(.'uter. Draft drawii.uvatlablu i" any
"tvCSll of the L'lVUd .States and all
I he principal towns of
Collections ir.ade & prdftiptty re mitted.
Highest market prlcj paid for County War
rants. .State ai-d County ltond.
John Fitzgerald - A. E. Toualiii.
John K. Clara, R. C. Ciixlring,
Geo. E. Dovey. V. K. White,
A. W McLauiihlln.
L. REED, l'resident.
A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. . WILKINSON, Cashier.
A General Mlxii Business Transacted.
lteeclved, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
ficates. IA FTH
Pin wn available in auy part of the United
States and all the principal cities ot Europe.
Afents for the celebrated
Mm Line of Steamers.
iBank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
1 J. i. PATTSfr? Cashier, f
Transacts a Gencr aliMlStBiiSiiiess.
HIGHEST CASH PKICE
Paid for County and City Yfar.'aiitt.
and promptly remitted lor. -
i. C. 11. 1'.,-:
ri-scy, A. f
(. in jiiBiry uas aiscoverefi no remedy Bjiporio'1
to Arnica f r healina oxteraal ertijifioiis. rrfiper
)y prepared and combined, it lias no equal as a
The iiithest conden
sation of arnica. Will
Bpet'iny cure cliap
eil liancls. crn k l
lil4 hTlff l.ltiriiinuii
of tho skin, -whether cnnserl from climatic intlu
oncosortbo use of 111 lil'KCl. CUSMKT1CS.
Will euro iinil-s oi i;ic-u mill .iti U, rendering
skin soft ami fair. Invuluitblo in Salt
KlK'um. A family remedy for cuts, burns, bruises
ks Jiiint-a.ingiiiy !)!.
. . . y j'ure. ji.eeps me
bam inmi cmiiiuia mi.i imparts to 1G life ond
:i lieultliy kIow. UnrivnlJed for cleaning tlie
s;n I p and eradicating dandruff. The most ner-
-euu boiici. uuuu in iii v. oriu. i iiiuL. xa cents,
A medicated article
01 rare merit. Pre
vents nil niiniil.K
Kndorsed by Leadinz Barbers, -nho cntr rf it
"Witbout parallel as a shavincj soap." -Kich i;l
latuer and lastmc. Keens tno fnp.o nmi nww w
f roia pimples. flJIC'K 13 eta. for a large cake.
-ine-mosi peneci ar
ticio ever produced,
cs the teeth, thorouRhlr, but tho combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the Bums. It
gives to the breath a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is aeiiKntiu i-rice. 4;a a box.
All doiRgista so 1 the above articles, or wo 'will
mail thmov postiraid, ou receipt of price.
c. strong & co.r-
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicagfe
WILL J. WARRICK,
PLATTSMOUXir, - - - NEBRASKA.
A C5 W .
1 TliM8 1
lrkl I I Dll B BXtAl
h n g
d as; I
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gerieral Jobbing
a, now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
c: farm and other machinery, aa tflere
iJ 1 ?oua lame in iny shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge cr tne a-cn scop.
He is well known as a
NO. : WORKMAN.
'ev H'agonN and Bnesrien made t
FALL & WINTER GOODS
KMI5HACINO AN KLKOANT VAKIETV OF
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
AVe don't care to make any com
ments on onr line in this depart
ment, for we know the ladies are
min!h Letter judges than we are,
though our best endeavors were
used to get the latest styles and
the handsomest materials in the
market, and deleft nothing un
done to lind for the ladies a line
of goods inferior to none to he
found, and at prices that will tell
all we can handle this Fall.
In Plain, Urocade and
The Newest Shades. Cheaper than Ever Before.
Win this department we
oiler a collection of La
dies' Gents' and Children's goods,
which for variety and cheapness
has never been equalled.
ment ever; oiiened !
here. AVe have the best lrrrkcs, i
and cheaer than ever before. An '
excellent Ladies' AVhite ' JSIerino
suit for Sl. (). LudhV Scarlet all '
wool ,-tt 82.75 a suit.
Russian Circulars, Palctos, etc.,
The Latest, The Best, The Ncttaest
Styles ever shown here; prices ranging from $o to 5(55.
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
On these Goods we are Headquarters
One Door East of First National J3ank.
WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
winu I ano WEST. I
ElPirant DaV Ccmrhon Parlnr C-m -rl.v, TJ.t: !
I a kS? t--a-V'-i----"T"v'T'.'.' . ,
Iinecuairs (seata freei. Kmnbin Cr. .itK l. I
.uinuic nairs. niiiman Palu- .SWt.ino-'o. :
i; ' ' .. ' ' r ".v.. umjj
Vinz CiLairs. Pill Im.in Tn eflC,1.:n- i
famous C. B. & Q. Pining Cars run daUy to uj
. " ' 1UW11K3, V UIUIU, aJ v-
sepii. AtchUvn & Tcpeko. Only throujrh line be
tween CliicafO, Lancom A toner. 'thtuuzU cais
between IndianapolU & Coaocil EluiTa vi 1'eoria
X?IIIITQ I hlrflm X- Cin T t ' I : -
cuupi!(iona rnacie in union JJrjKits. It ia
lu' fc'reaitiutuu VAM J4.g. -1 Hi?
Finest Equipped Railroad In tho World for all ciacca'J -r
J. POTTER, id Vicu-Pna't and Genl Manaw I'EHChVa Lftll,? V f. Tra vcl
Blankets and Comfortables.
. We are able to give you bottom
prices on these goods. Our stock
is large and new, and yo'u' iwill
have no trouble m making
Our i-:tock of Vanis comprises
even tiling in Wcst(.'i:i and (Jer
man knitting; also, full lines of
(iermantowns, Saxonies, elc,
earry a I
I the lead
fro m the
best to the cheapest, and make the
prices right with you every time.
j The best 5)e Corset in the eity.
bole iigents lor liall a Health and
Nursing Coi sets, Warner's JJip I)
and Ihomson s dlove ritt
In tins line we arry nothing
but made from tlie best muslin,
and linest tn'mm ings. Full line.
ST- LOUIS IJEEIJ.
COIO NORTH AND SOUTH
J--ay coaches and P.,'
rouirn niw.riinf. t t-.. .. . -
u. m.J2:" c nin oai r tv ...
from Kt 7 iV;.,7. .rZ.?"" 1 '"iaud to
universalis C(l . ......
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rvyrr 7t7 doubt this I
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