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OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Orders taken for WILMJX MlOS.'HIIIKTH.
riie Plattsmontti Heral PnMisMniCo.
MASON & HAMLIN
IIENKY F. M1LLEU and
An Important Land Decision
by the Secretary of the
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE,1,
October 1, 1883 i
ror the nvxt Thlrtv Days I will sell
The Coroner's Inquest in the
Zora Burns Tragedy.
ilT COST !
in up :is lino u stock of Organs as ever were ollerel to the ul-i-
Any one in want of a line Or-ran will find it to their
rnteivst to all and get my prices. For the
above time you can get a
MA30N & HAMLIN,
T2i Sest i23L tlio World,
l.iw. ..r l.iw r. than the so-called cheap Organs, for CASH, or on
RENTAL, or TEX-QUA RTERLY-I'A YM ENT plan.
JT AMIES lEWIEE,
- ji -. . , . . . . .
AMJT 13. TODD'S
AT SAGES OLD STAND, ON LOWElt MAIN STREET.
tcr. It was over four mile.) In length.
Ceremonies were held at Wcodlawn,
ufier which the remains were placet I in
a vault, pendiug their iuteimcnt in a
private lot recently donated fur that
A NEW KKCElVEIt.
Chicago, Oct. 22. The Toledo, Cin
cinnati and St. Louis rad lies pait a id
part within the jurisiictiou of Judges
Drummond and liaxier of the Unltid
States circuit court. In August lust
Judge Drummond, with the coucu:
reuce of J;n'g-; 1 alter, a joint d E.
M. Dwighi receiver fo. t..e road. Re
cently Dwight applied to Juuge Drum
mm.d tor an order regarding the fore
closure of h mortgage ou thai pari ot
the road within Judge Haxter'j juris
diction. Tiie matter came to Haxicr's
knowledge? and he took odeus-. an I re
move.i Dwig'tt iiomth receiver I a a .
within hi-j.iri-dictiorj, uud apim.tucl
W.J. Craig. Ttiij complicated qj it
tcts, ai.d todaj counsel from JJjuton,
Cincinnati and Toledo, representing
the bondholder, appeared bo lore
Ju lye Orumniond to ask him
to dismisi Dwight anJ appo.nt
Craig within hi jurisdiction. Drum
mond replied that he saw no suftlcient
reasou therefor, but in the interest of
the creditors he would yield the point
to the extent of appointing Craig joint
rcc lver with Dwight in iu (Drnm-
mond's) terriio.-y if Judge iJaxter
would appoint Divight joint receiver
with Craig in his (Baxter's, territory.
Counsel will urge this proposition
upon tho consideration of Judge Ilax-ter.
JOUX KITZORKALl). A. W. .Mnl.ArdllI.IN
IB .A. UNTIED 1
OK PI AriSMOUTH. NtliKASKA.
OftM the very best fjiclllties for tlte prompt
lrauaclIou of legitimate
Storks, Uonds, Hold, fitfverunieiil anil Loci
ecurltie Hotpjlit and Sola, Orpunlt receiv
ed uud Interest allowed oil time Cwi tlfl
cute. Draft drawn, avalluble In any
part o( the United Stale mid all
the principal town ol
Collection made & promptly remitted.
Highest mari et price paid fur County Warrants.-
State ai d Comity liondn.
John Fitzgerald A. K.
John 11. Clara. K. C.
(.Jeo. E. Iovey, K. E.
A. W McLaughlin.
FALL & WINTER GOODS
.EMRRACIXO AX EEEOANT YARJETV OF
riflic HCesl JLino of (Cook toves5
6 (Keneral Hardware
found lu Uie City. New Rood-i at prices that defj com pet ion. :ive nie a call
AMI TH TTflDilDJlD.
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS.
and all kind of good 5 usually kept in a
STREIGHT & CO.
(Jinfremtor to fttrelsht Jk Sillier.
Advertising Cheats !!!
'It has hecome 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,
"And simply call attention to the
merits of Hop Hitters in as plain, hon
est tetms as possible,
"To induce people
4,To give them one trial, which no
proves their value that they will never
ue anything else."
FINE iHEAVY -HARNESS.
VI BMT CLAHH Kl KSlTI KENTOKK I
Also, a yery complete toc!s of Funeral Goods.
A large line ot
Metallic&WooienCoIns Casiets Holies!,
Saddles Bridles Collars Whins &c
j always in stock.
Our Xew and eleeant bears ! always Id
Remember the place, in UNION
JBLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Wherr we may be found night or day
Repairing of all J,ii.ds tuotly clone o
j Main Street, bet een Fourth and Flttb.
J. I. UNRUH,
i.rr4it ir i. neb
noiisE shoeikg & w.vtiox KErAimxt
AH llads of Farm iaDlsisflts Masieil will
Xeat&es and OL!patcb.
CALL AT Tin:
Old Reliable .
B. L W1TEEMAN k
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer In
A'ouitb Mitit. !! itar cf Citia Ilouie.
Horse, MM 01.oclff EPNST WAGN R
n short, vrell shoe anything that haf
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
o Filth St. between Main anJ Vino Street
utt across le corner from the new ilKKAL
A FIXE LINK OF.
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
OF WIItECT IMI'OKTATIO.N.J
Challenge 5c Cigar,
4rJir.ms frvrthe retail tia4c oJr.
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
ail Spjjitle ttiom ill he carefully
larrlea out. and full attention will b given a
to safety and durability.
rilSSOXS OX I4IXTI4
.'Wartcr Colors. Crayon and TeuctL
1ynvr r.tn...... - Kaf X,nj bfnrA. Vln wt-
Ilency B.eek is st-lliug furniture at
prices helovv auy house of the snme
A LAXI PEC'IslON.
Washington. A laud Case of great
importance, tiie Southern Minnesota
I lail way Kxtcn-sion Company vs Augus
tus KuTuer, was today deci led hy the
secret; r of the interior. In 1873 ti e
laud grant of the railroad wa certified
to the state of Minnesota by the land
department tor the beneGt of the rail
road compauy. Kufner. however, re
cently made an entry of the tract ol
land, and his entry whs received by the
commissioner of the land office, 'who
held that the certification of the lands
to the st.it was irregular, and that the
certificates had not the fore-.- ot patents.
The secretary upon the su' ject holds
Hi it by virtue of the grant and under
the act of July 4, 18CG, as amended Ju
ly 13, the sima year, the title to land
in contest passed to the state of Minne
sota for the benefit of said company
when the tract was cert i tied to the
state in 1876 by the land department
ue lurther holds that it having been
uecni"!i by said department iu 1870
that said land passed to the state tin
v oitiu fii.iui.Him ii naving oeen so
C rtified, and under nuch adjudication
te 'a id h'tving been sold to innocent
piriies, such a decision cannot now b
cnt-ge l. It 14 said at tho inferior de
pirtmvir that the decision ol tl.c com
midsiouer, if austaiued, would have re
sulted in a loss to the railroad compa
ny in .Minnesota, of about one million
acres of land, and the decision might
h ive also unsuttleJ the title to fifty mil
lion acn s of land-certified to railroad
companies ip other stales, under the
act of 1S83, deciariug that the public
land in Montgomery county, Alabama,
to min?ral land. The commissioacr ot
the hud oflioa has advertised it for sale
on January loth next. 'J he land in
Huntsville district, Alabimn, inetitiou-
ed in the act will, also ba advertised for
Lijcoln, 111., Oct. 22. At Zora
Burns' iuqtiest, Thomas M. Duke, who
was engaged to many the girl, proved
a satisfactory alibi. The father of Z
ra 'eatifie l that she had shown him two
Ictersreceivedjfroui G. A. Carpenter,
uw un lei ar.est for her murder, and
read portions of them to tiie witness.
The dead girl had claimei th at Carpen
ter was owing her some money and she
had stat.nl before leaving home that
shi wasgoirg to Lincoln to try und col
lect it from him.
Harvey Aprend, one of ihs jurors.
testified that on August 14 last, he sa v
Carpenter at IVorit with a woman,
uui:33 ue.iuveu 10 nu me luur
deredgirl. Next evening hi saw her
at the depot, and the took the same
train a Carpenter and witness did for
Lincoln, though she did not set with or
near him. His testimony created a
sensation. Other witnesses testified aa
to incidents, going to show the inti
mate relation between Carpenter and
San Francisco, Oct. 22. A Fran-
drade, a Mexican gentleman, arrived
here by the train from Guaymas, says
that when he left six days ago, yellow
fever of the most virulent type was
still prevailing in that city, notwith
standing all the report j to the contrary.
Among the I.uesc victims was Col.Gor
rea, ot the Mexican army. He says
that the fever was originally brought
there from Panama. At Hermosillo'the
disease is still raging. The number
of deaths is much greater than report
ed. Among the poorer classes the dis
tress is ieriu!, ami to add to their suf
feriug food was scarce and dear.
San Francisco, Oct- 2 . The steam -er
Ri.j Jar.eiio, sailing Wednesday f r
TI T- - :..
"uus US. cany .may aboui a j uiture, much of which I propose to sell
thousind Chinamen and a'out three- ! at cost. My goods are for sale and
quarters of a million dollars, which
"Tiik Bkmeoy so favorably
in ail the papers,
"lleliyious and r.tcular, is
"Having a large sale, and U sup
planting all other medicine.
"There is no denjing the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Bitteis have shown gnmt shrewd
ness. "And ability
"Iu compounding a medicine whose
virtues are to palpable to every one's
Did She Die?
"She lingered and suffered along pin
ing away id I 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;'
"Indeed! Indeed" '
"How thankful we should bo for that
A Daughter's .Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery,
"x rom a complication of kidnev. 'lv-
br, rheumatic trouble and Nervou-- debility.
"Under the care of the best physic
" ho gave her disease various name?,
"But no relief,
"Ami n..w she is restored to us iu
good health by as simple a remedy a !
nop Diners, urn we ii.-hi ii:u.ru.!i ioi
years before U;ing it." Tut I'akf.nts.
Father is Getting Well.
"My dai g -iters i-ay:
"How uiuoh better lalhf r is euce he
used Hop Bitters."
"lie is getting well after his lonjr
suffering from a disease declared incur
'And we are so glad that he used
your Bitters." A Lady jf Utica. N-V
L. REED, President.
II. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
II. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A Genera! Bmiiu Business Transacted.
Kecelvea, anil Interest allowed on Time Certi
Dmiwu available in acy part of the United
States and all the principal eitiesof Europe.
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
We lon't care tonnike any com
incuts on our line in this tlejuirt
inent, lur we know tlic lalie arc
much better jmles titan we are,
though our le.st endeavors were
Used to ret the latest styles anI
the JiaiKlsoniest materials in
market, and we loft nothing
done to iind for t lie ladies a
Blank' is anl Crjfortables.
e are able to iive yu b.dtom
j-riees on these o-.od-;. ' Our stoek
is lj,r. and new, and oii will'
have no trouble in nniktn se
Agiiits for the celebrated
Mm. Line of Sleamers.
Sank Cass County
Cotner Mala and Sixth Stieets.
I JOHN m.ACK. President.
1 J. M. PATl'EKSUN, Cashier, f
Ti'diisacts a General Banling Bnsiness.
HIGHEST CASH PKICE
Paul for County and City War.-ants.
wnl iomptly remitted for.
j ! i r.laek, .1. M. Patterson, C. n.Parnel
; t-'. :. liuiliiiianii, j. Morrissey, A. li. "
! init.i. h',-iS, ior.l -r.
inl'eri'-r to none to be
lotind, and at prices that will k-11
all we can handle this Fall.
( iennantowns, Saxonies,
i i f (
In Plain, Iirocude and Faney Fabrhjues.
The Newest Shades. Cheaper than Ever Before.
UU0101J. oiler a collection of La-, UlflODlO. in- brands, from the
dies (Cents' and Children's goods, ' best to the cheapest, and make the
l . - I . JV i 1 l
wiucu jor variety and cheapness
has never been equalled.
UJlllUl WOai. ment ever opened
here. We have the best makes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies' White Merino
suit for tfl.OO. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at 2.7o a suit.
prices right with you. every time
The best ."0c Corset in the city.
Sole agents tor jiall's Health and
Nursing Con-ets, Warner's Hip 1)
and Thomson's (Joe Fitting.
mm a a u a & s
t.'couiistry hag discovered no ieuidv teiimio
to Arnica f u- tieoiinc extf-uml rupCioiiE. I'r ir
Iv iiroparetl and coinl'iui d. if uus r.o ccuaiasa
Tlio inchest conden
sation of arnica. Will
m-edily euro cliait-
of the skill, whether cniiKed frou4 c inhtic inlli..
.fw or tii B ot lit irirc. CUSMKTIt'S.
til cu.-o pimplort on :!.-v5 Hml .'iH-fc. reud: rine
oh- Bku; stilt und l.i'r. Invu!iiabl in S- 1
ii -inil. . tuniily reino.'y for cuts, l.urns, bruise s
!: sort-. I'HICK IN JjX At, WI IJ.S, 3c.
I, liiylily inel-Icatt-tl.
IV 1-llni t.'f.A..H .1...
i fr nii cliappias ,1a I imparts to it Hie dU
valtiiy gum. L'nriviilK'ci iuf .cioaniiic Ui-
K!i I r.lic.Htin dundmlT. Tlio most ier
o toiU t soap in tho wvrld. AitIC'i:, 23 certs.
ii this line we; uirrv
i . ... I - -v
I. lit i. t... I... -.C 1 .
"hi, iii.mi- mini un nest, niusjin
and finest trimming?. Full line.
Russian Circulars, Palctos, etc.,
The Latest, The Best, The Nobbiest
hoAvn here; prices ranging from So to $o;".
Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths,
Iu addition to a choice Una
litjuors Joe 2lfYVy kt-eps the
Anhueser St. Louis beer.
Miss Scyer iato of Heriin will tpacj)
pupils in music thawing pallida? or in
the French or Get man languaaee.
Term srvasonable address P. O. box 863
lift IliBH R1
1 Shaving So r-
A lrfdicated ni-tinl
of rj-.j-e llMfit. I'rt.
I Jtif- all )ilil,lt'H
llC'ia 11. . i..... .1
'1AKESSHAVIXO a I'KI.loiiT
I- ndorsetl by Lcadin-,' Parbera. l.o aav of it,
ithout pnrallel hh a shaving soap" itich i'i
iatliorand lustinu. Kff-jis the rnoc pjl nock free
from pimples. 1'HK K l.Vcts. lor uiarlcake.
On these Goods we are Headquarters
One Door r.a.-t ,r First Nat
Is vithout ciuoRtion
me uioat pr jiect a
t:clo ever ltroduoei
Dr. Schildknecht's Office-
At the present and until further no
tice, I will have my office with Dr, Sal
isbury iu the llockwood block over
Johnson Bros.' store, where I may be
found during office hours.
lC9d,tWtf W. II. SCHILDKKEOUT.
Troy City Laundry.
Removed to the first door north of
Stadlemans on sixths &t. opposite Nev
ills JJlock. The Troy City Laundry
will hereafter be loca'ted here and old
customers and new ones wiU find us
ready to give satisfaction in all kinds
of Laundry work. V. B. Brown Prop.
iue uioat pr jlect ar
fi a if: iif onlir l.niei
ca the tetlr thorntjuhlv. I tit tho combination
wiLb arnica preserves aiid bcrdt iia tiio kuui.s. It
Bives to the lre.tn a pweet, delicate odor. It
taste is dolmhtu 'i'lf, --.'.o a Ixtv.
All drueeist.s se 1 the nl.ove articles, or we will
mud tbciu, iKstimid, t.n receiot of price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Jganfr?., Chioacrf
WILL J. WARRICK,
PLATTSMOUTH, - -
Parties knowirg themselves indebted
to the firm of Streight & Co., will
please call and settle, as we must have
uione to run our business. Hoping
j you will govern -yourselves accordingly,
u p are Ut-specttully i ours,
I06,tw.i0i Streiqht & Co.
Bed "nocic pkices. I have on band
iare an.i very superior stock of lur
they carry off with them to that couu
try. Over SOJ of them are already
provided with return certificates. It
has been remarked that a large propor
tion of the returniug Chinese now
bring women w'jo they claim as their
wives. There being no way to dis
prove the marriage, thev are Dermltt. ,1
to land, and in a minority of cases thpw I
are immediately turned lose for ini
Toledo, Our. The funeral obse
quies of th late Alpj,r General IJ
Stead man, at tins placothio afciruooa..
were attended by one of the Iarge.t
gatherings in the State, at least 10,000
ppjsons beinir present. The fu
- - -
'fore purcluisiuf I wifch everybody
n uu uveu luruuuif iu uau iiuu loOK
them over. All I ak ol the public Is
to examine my goods and mi prices,
d&wtt Henry Bokck.
'J00 Tons of first class hay for sale
leave orders with W. S. Wse.
" 17Sd28wtf J.T-'WiSfe
. For Sale
Two well improved farms, between
Louisville and Weepiusr Water. Ap
ply io Ttii'ddvtis Adams, on farm
Choice strictly pure laaph?
The ' 'Justly ct lcraifvl . An i"ii-et
beer on tap at .! McVey. " aOitt"
-. Eg o a
i ST 7m
T-T : . .
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
I M TOUTED WINES,
.MUMM'S EXTRA DRY CJfAMTAOM-:,
ST- LO'JIS BEER.
Always on drauglit.
&. FIBIEJ ZilRTE of G1&ILM.S
ALirAVS IX STOCK, AT
Fitzgerald Llock - - . PLATTSMOUTH, XER.
8 u Hun arc
Wagon, Buggy, Machine awl Plow re
pairing, and general Jobbing
I k now prepared to Co ail kinds of repairiuz
of farm and other machinery, & tner
U a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO Eli,
The old Reliable Wae: on Maker
: TSV iT- .-- r
GOING EA8T AND WEST.
I CHI MP tJnn-wu .
w . - - I . . v. ..vr I r, mmij 1 1 1
v,y uoacjies, rarlor Cars, with RocHii-' Solid Trains of Elc-ant r.. rv..Tv IV
line Chairs fseau fr). SmokLnfr Cars, with 1 man VnUci iWrjinL Coaciio? Pull
volring Chairs. Pullman Palace KWnin-r rArZ oVTi j ST," Z'S?" V? ra n dadr to and
(vol ring Chairs, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars aad
(the famous C. ii. & Q. Uinir.ff Cars run daily to and
Bluffs, Chicaeo & Moines. Chicago. Bt. Jo
)epu. aicuisoo s lopeka. Only throueh liae b-
nnlknl A . . J .-
u-7.iT.j Vi.rrTr:. aLt to at
' .'iiawaiious; lrlor Car with RMeMnW
Chain! to and fmm ct. ir;. 3 ,u,5u1jV
neka. On rthmnvh lhah. . t - . V .'"Am. mhi 4 vri aoi. H'
tween Chicazo. Lincoln Jt Denver. rhZZ,ZZ7ZZ .Vt? ? V5.tua.w4. OjJr J
i It iil CniLra.1.-i ' 04iBrer.
Fresh Huik wheat flour aud Map!
"r-V.? Waoeti 4? Lewis. P7t3
iitufen Icdinnapoli!! & Cotr.cd lilufT.rvia
; All conppotiT'T'rnade n Unjcs Uepft;
; iw.dcaaluegreiaTllit.ji;GUCAltU.Sh;. 1 It i ucivfrsayu-liiiied tu bo ll.
; , Finest Equipped Railroad in tho World for all Classes
; ft. J. POTT 11 VyJTea t aJ Oea l MaaaV PETXii.VUZnWElIUtt. fa
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