The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, October 27, 1883, Image 2

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10 cents
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20 ceiitu
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amount irom one cent to lilty dollars, but
must not contain a Iraclional part ol a ceut.
KATES rOK rOSTAGE.
lit e ass matter (letters) 3 cents per ounce.
aj -i Publisher's ratesj 2 cts per lb.
1 (Transient Newepaoers and
books come under this class l cent per
each 2 ounces,
ttfi class (merehandlse) ct rwr mince.
J. 17. HAWSAIi JVM.
OmCIAL DIRECTORY.
C1TV DIBK0TOBT.
tiEORGE H, SMITH. Mayor.
WILLIAM 11. CL.illl.Nti. Treasurer.
J. f. SIMPSON, City Cleric.
WILLETT POTTEN G Kit. Police .IudA
K. B. WINDHAM, City Attorney.
y. K. MURPHY, Chiel of Police,
P. Mil'ASX, Overseer of SUeeis.
C. KtEHN KE, Cklel of Fire Dept.
J. li. KlCUilONU, Ch'u Board ui Health
COUNCILMAN.
1st Ward Wm . Herold. H. BL Bons,
2nd Ward J. M. Patterson. J. H. Fairfield.
3rd Ward M. B. Murphy J. E. Morrison,
iln Ward K. U. Lehbhon, P. McCallau.
SCHOOL. HUAKO.
JESSE B. STRODE,
SLA. HAKTIOAN
L. li. BENNETT,
J. W. BAKXES.
Wm. WIN TEK.STEEN.
V. V. LEONAKD.
fMlmmttT-JNO. W. MARSHALL.
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COUKTV DIKtCTOUV.
W. U. NEWELL. County Ireasuicr.
J.W. JENNINoS.Couuty Clerk.
J. W. jOHNsON. County JuUi;e.
K. W. HYEKS.SherUS.
CYKUS ALTON, Sup t of Pub. Instruction.
O. W. KAIKF1ELU, County Surveyor.
F. P. GASS. Coroner.
COUJfT COMMISHIOXKBa.
JAMES CKAWFOKD. South Bend Precinct.
8AATL KICHAKIi&ON. Alt. Pleasant iTecinct.
A. H. T011, PUltsmoutii
Parties having business with the County
Commixeloneis. will find them in session the
First Monday and Tueeday of each month.
BOARD OK TRADE.
FKANK CAKKUTH. President.
J. ACONNOB. HENUY B.tCK, Vi'-Prei-dent.
WM. 8. WISE. Secietary.
. FBJiL. GOBXlEU. Treasurer.
Regular meetings of the Board at the Court
Olouse.tue nxSt Tuesday evening of each month.
F. BAUMEISTER
Furnishes Frei. Pure iiUk
J.
DLUVEItbU
UilLY.
Special call attended to. and Freeh MUk
from aa.no furbished when wanted. ly
LATTSxMOUTH MILS
xxsvorjin keb
fl CIS CI,,
Proprietor.
WVawr, Corn JHeal & Fad
riaUsniouth Telephone Exrhanfc.
1 J. P. Yountc, residence.
2 Bennett Si irwls, store.
3 M. B. Murphy Si Co..
4 Bonner Htahles.
6 County Clerk's offlce.!
6 K. B. Lewis, residence.
7 .1. V. M eckli.tch, store.
V Western Union I'rlexraph ofTu'e.
9 1. 11. Wheeler. resilience.
10 I. .. siii.bell,
14 K. h. Wliidliaiii, "
Jft Jan. Wayiiiiiii, "
1 J. W..lelilllliK.
17 W. S. Wlse.oMlcc.
18 Morriiney BrosM ofllce,
li W. K. Carter. lor.
20 ;. W. I'airni ld.rei-ldence.
21 M. i: Murphy.
22 1. II. Wheeler & Co . ofU o.
23 J. P. Taylor, retldeiiee,
24 I Irsl National Hunk.
2.1 P. K. Kunuer'x onJre.J
2i .1. P. YuuuK, eloro.
28 PerkliiM HuiiMe.
2! K. W. Hy-rK. resilience.
31 Journal olllce.
32 Fall lleld's Ice onice.
34 JIkkai.u Puk. Co olllce.
35 J. N. Wlie. residence.
3H H. M. Chapman, "
37 W. l. Jones. "
J A. N. .'Sullivan,
3 U.K. Palmer.
40 W. II. .Shll.lkneclit. olllce.
41 Sullivan & WtMiley,
41 A. W. Mclaughlin, residence.
43 A. Palterson. livery.
44 C. M. Holmes, "
45 L. 1, Bennett, residence.
46 ieo. S. Smith, ollice.
47 L. A. Moore, llor.ftt.
49 .1. W. Barnes, residence.
Mi It. It. LivlnHton, olllce,
307 J. V. Weckliach, renideuce.
3:i5 Chaplain Wright.
310 W. II. Schildknecht "
34 Jeo. S. Siiilth,
3M It. It. LiviiiRHtoll. "
315 C. C. Ballard. "
The switch board connects Plattsmoulh with
Ashland, ArlinKton, Blair, Council Itlutl, I're
'.,,ol,. 'iKiD. Omaha Elk horn Station.
Paplllloii. Springfield, Ixiuiiiville South Bend
and Waverly.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
S3HTH & iii:eso.,
ATTOliNEYS AT LAW. Will practice In all
the CourtH In the state. Oflice over Kirnt Na
tional Bank. 4yl
l'L.ATT8MOt;TII - NF.ltKAHKA.
IU. Am NALISUrut .
DENTIST.
Jfflce over Smith. Black & Co's. UniK Store,
r irst class dentistry at reasonable prices, 23ly
II. MKADK, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN and SUIUJEON. Office on Main
Street. Sherwood's Block, south side. Otlice
open day and night
COCNTV PHV8IC1AN. CASS COUNTY.
M. O'DONOHOE
ATTOKNEY AT LAW Jfc NOTAKY PUBLIC.
Fitzgerald's Block.
PLATTSMOUTII. - NKKKA8KA
Agent for Steamship lines to and from Europe.
dl2w52ly
R. K. Lim UNTU.V 31.
physiciax & st'BaEOjr.
OKFI E HOUi:s, from 10 a. in., to 2 p. 01.
Exaniin.ru Surgeon for U. S. Pension.
Ht. K. 3I1LLKU,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON.
Can be found by calling at hie olllce. comer 7th
and Main Streets, in J. li. Waterman's house.
PLATTSMOU III. EBUA8KA.
JAM. H. 1IATHKWN
ATTOKJiEy AT LAW.
Office over Bilks Sc At wood's store. ih .i.i
of Alain betweeaSth and 6th streets.
21U
MTItOOK A CLAKK.
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW. Will practice In all
the Courts 111 the State.
District Attorney and Xutary Public.
Hlhli !. 1VIHK.
COZZSVJ JOA-.V .H MTrt'7.H,Z J
ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Ileal Estaf-. Fire In--urance
and Collection Akciicv. OSce I'm....
hioek. Plattsinouth Nebraska. StllT
i. 11. viiki:l,:k a co.
LAW OFFICE, Ileal Krtate. Fire and I if. in
surance Agents. Plattsuiouth. Nebniska c.I -lectors,
tax -payers. Have a complete ab-traei
JAMKS K. JIOItRllSO.V
i-rTvc-x-. . Notary Public.
a..TJOINE.AT J'AW- W -I practice inCasi
tf,?,111 Coune : Kivess-pecia; attention
10 collections and abstracts of title. OlUee in
HtzgeraM Block. Plattemouth, Nebraska,
liyl
J. C. IVEWBERRY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Has his office in the front part of his residence
on Chicago Avenue, where ne in iv be found in
readme to attend io the duties of the of-
flee.
47tf.
ROKKKT Jl. WI.MIIIAM,
Notary rublie
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Carruth's Jewelry Store.
Plattsinouth.
- Nebraska.
M. A. HARTIGAN,
I A W Y E K .
1 I.A 1 ISJIOUTII AKH
Prompt and careful attention to a general
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney and iCounselor-
at-Law.
OFFICE In tha Union DIoclc. fmni
second story, tout 1. Prompt attention given t
all business . mr-Ar.
BOYD & LARSEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Will give estimates on all kinds of work. Any
orders left at the Lumber Yards or Post
Office will receive promot attention
Heavy Truss Framing,
for barns and larse buildings a specialty.
For refeience apply to J. P. Young. J. V. Wee
01:1 or H. a. Waterman & Son. d&w
Dr. C. A. Marshall
Successor to Clutter & Marshall.)
?
reservatiou cl natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
Laughing Gas.
All work warranttd. Prices reasonable.
Fitzgerald Block. - Flattsmocth.Nee
J. I. NXMJPKOX,
AGENCY
FIRE. JNSDMCE CO'S:
CITY, of London.
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIUEMAX FUND, of California
EXPREESS COMPANIES
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO..
WELL'S FARGO CO EXPRESS
OSeo la Kockwood Block, wltbiJobnson Bros
Mum.
PLATTSHOOTH HERALD.
PUBLISH KI r.v
The Plattsfecnth Heral PntilisliiDqc Co.
Telegraphic
Z0KA 1-UilNS.
More Evidence to
the Guilt Upon
Accused.
Fasten
the
Another Railway War
the Tapis.
on
KA1LKOAI OUTBUKAK.
Pittsburg, Oct. 20. There were uo
important developments today in the
railroad war at Ilock Point, Pennsyl
vania, between the Pittsburg, Youngs
town nnd Chicago railroad and Penn
sylvania company. Nothing has been
lone by either Bide since Monday. Su
perintendent Starr, of the Pennsylvania
company stated touignt i!i:-.t if tLey
wanted to meet force will force that lie
could have had 1,000 mcu there iu a
few hours, and could have laid the
track in one day. Sad he, Jthe Penn
sylvania company did not propose to
push the way if it caused bloodshed,
anil as a visit to the tcene convinced
him that further proceedings at present
ou their part would undoubtedly re
suit in the loss of life, he ordered the
men to cease active operations.
ZOItA BURNS.
Lincoln, 111,. Oct 2(5. The first wit
ness before the coroner's jury in the
Zoru Burn's case this morning, was
Kate Madden. She testified that as she
was going to church. Sunday euveuing
about seven o'clock, she saw a woman
walking south ou the Chicago & Alton
railway. At the south end ot Carpen
ter's elevator she turned" aside and the
last the witness saw of her, was as she
turned to go into the elevator. The
woman was dressed in dark clothes
Witness did not notice whether she had
a hat on with .white plume or not
didn't believe she could have distin
guished a white plume at that hour.
W. J. Jaiiisjn, proprietor of the ho
til where Zora stopped, teststied that
.-he took supper about 0:30 and went
out soon after, having put on a dai k
thesf, and remained cut a half or three-
quarters of an hour. Did not know
when she left the family of M. J. Law-
ler. Saw the woman on the street
about 9 o'clock Sunday night. As he
passed she stepped behind a pile of
lumber. When he asked her what she
was doing, she laughed hysterically
and said she was attending to her own
business.
Lincoln, 111., Oct. 20. The mysteri
ous Airs. Carpenter, of Decatur, arrived
this morning. She stated that she came
j here ou an important errand connected
with the Zora Burns murder, but would
not tell what, She said that since her
return lo D.rcatur from this place,
where shn had given testpuiouy damag
ing to Carpenter, she h:ul been ap
proached by sevtral dilicrent persons
who tiied io lutiueni:? her. She con
tradicted her previous te.vimouy, and
intimated that i- would be rewarded
lor doing so. She refused all offers,
but claims to know their names. In
corroboration of the testimony in re gard
to Carpenter's visit to Peoria with
Zora, on August 14 or 15, she says that
Zora left her house in Decatur, Augusr
13, and returned August 20. When she
left Zora remarked of her lack of funds,
but she had $20 oil her return.
J. V. Cunningham, deputy Sheriif,
showed the hotel register ol the Peoria
house for the mouth of August. The
entry of "O. A. Carpenter and daugh
ter, Lincoln, 111.," on August 14, was
scrutinized by the jury. The rooms
which they occupied were ou the same
side ot the hall and adjoining. To
hair pins found iu Carpenter's carriage
were shown, aud it was found that one
of the pins wits exactly like one found
in the dead girl's pocket.
Nelly Slieiu, chambemaid at the
Peoria House, was shown a photograph
of Zora and said that she resembled
the girl who was at the Peoria House
about August 14. She said that lhe
lady al the Peoria House was not tall
and stout us Carpenter's g'nla are. The
jury adjourned till Monday.
Bed ROCK fiuces. I have on hand
a large and very superior siock of iur j
niture, muchoi which 1 propose toseil i
off at cost. My goods are for sale aud
before purchasing I wish everybody
who needs furniture to call and look
them over. All I ask ol the public is
to examine my goods and my prices,
d&wtt Henry IIoeck.
Hay
200 Tons of firsj, class hay for sale
leave orders with W. W'se.
t7Hd2Stf J.T.Wise.
For Sale.
Two well improved farru3, between
Louisville and Weeping Water. Ap
ply toThaddeus Adams, ou farm.
w2Stt
The justly celebrated
beer ou tap at Joe MeVeys.
Anneu-r
20itf
Fresh Buckwheat flour and Maple
Syrup at, Bennett & Lewis. I97t3
Advertising Cheats !!!
"It has become bo common to write
the beginning of an article, in an ele
gant, interesting manner.
"Then run it into Borne advertise
ment Hint we avoid all ouch,
MAud simply call attention to the
merits of Hop Uitters iu an plain, hon
est terms as possible,
'To iuduce people
"To give them one trial, which so
proves their value that they will never
use anything else."
"TiikHkmkijV so favorably noticed
in all the papers,
"Keligious and recular, ia
"Having a large sale, and is up
planting all other medicine.
"There is no denyiug the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop llittcis hayeehown groat shrewd
ness. "And ability
"lu compounding a medicine whose
virtues are eu palpable to every one's
observation."
Did She Die?
"No!
"She lingered anil Buffered 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 nbout;',
"Indeed! Iudeed!"
"How thankful we should be fix that
medicine."
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter sutlVred
on a hed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, iv
br, rheumatic trouble and Nervous de
bility. "Under the care of the best physic
ians, "Who gave herdisea.se various name?,
"But no relief,
"And niw she is restored to us in
good health by as simple a remedy as
Hop Bitters, that 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
able" "And ne are so glad that he used
your Bitters.'4 A Lady of Utica. N. Y
FREE OF COST.
Another Thousand1 Bottles of Marsh's
Golden Balsam to lie Given
Away.
Every person in laPttsmouth, who is
suffering Jrom Scrofula, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jaundice, Billiousncss, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Constipation or
Costiveness, Headache. Loss of appe
tite. Chills or Fever, Malaria, Backachi:
Female Weakness. Nervous derange -meur,
(Jeneral Debility, or any Blood,
Liver, Kidney, Stomach or bowel dis order
can obtain a trial bottle of
Marsh's Golden Blood fc Liver Tonic,
free of charge, by calling at Smith fc
Black Bros drug store, Plattsmoutii.
Persons who have already tried this
valuable medicine can procure the
large bottles at 50 cents and SI.
For (Jouyhs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Consumption, use Marsh's Golden Bal
sam, the famous Throat and Lung
medicine. Two doses wil beuefit. Sam
ple bottle ftee.
m LADIES".
Ladies iu a delicate condition fui d
that they derive great benefit from
Speer's port wine. It has become the
most popular win-- mad'" for lhe uso
of aired and debilitated persons. It is j
also used as a communion wine. For
sale by "W. J. Warrick.
In addition to a choice line of pure
liquors Joe McYey keeps the celehrat
Anbuescr St. Louis beer. -JiMtf
Scholars TYantei
Miss Seyer late of Berlin will teach
pupils ia music drawing painting or ia
the French or German languagec.
Term seasonable address P. O. box 863
city. 201tG
Imported ale aad porter at Joe Mc
Veys. ISTtf
A Square .Veal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
23 cents and lodging at same rea9ooalle
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will ple.isabear this in mind. d&wtf
For the genuiue New York buck -
wheat flour go to McCourts. 201t3
Don't tail to try some of PLil
Young's new crop layer figs ami rai
sins, finest in the market. 207(2
Prime Timothy seed S1.90 per bu at
Johnson Bros. 24tf
J. J. McVey is now located iu his new
room next to Rockwood block where
parties can always find the celebrated
anheuser beer on draught and a com
plete line of champagne, wines and
Kentuckey whiskeys. 1 propose to
keep a first class place for my custom -
ers keeping only the best goods in eyery
line aud ail are invited, tansient cus
tom will find with us always the be&t
brands of goods in the market. Jos. J.
McVey tf
First of the season! New crop layer
hes and aud raisins, at the 1'. O. .News
Depot. 20712
If you want to smoke the best Set
cigars go and buy "Phil Youugs "at
tractioa" and "sunshine,'' the two
leading cigars in the market, and don't
you for get it " 206t2
Exta fine lemons and oranges, just
received from Chicago et
207t2
J. P. Young's.
Troy City Laundry.
Removed to the first door north of
Stadlemans on sixths St. opposite Xev
i Us Block. The Troy City Laundry
will hereafter be located here and old
customers and new ones will find us
ready to give satisfaction in all kinds
of Laundry work. W. B. Brown Prop.
194dtf
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j Fresh oysters and celery just received
i at Bennett & Lewis. 183tf
Oranges and lemons at Phil Younar's.
207v2
FOR SAI.K Lotn t and 3 Io
Ul'- ;lc 41, Improved.
C7 II. II. WIXDUAM.
Feuce Post.
5000 drv fence posts for sale, inquire
of W. S. Wiie. ltf.
BANKS.
JOUX KITZOEHALU. A. VT. MCLAC0IILI
I'l evident. (Canhler.
FIRST NATIONAL
OF PLATTSMOUTII. NEBRASKA,
OIW the veryhoit facilities fur the prompt
trauaaction of loltlmato
BANKING BUSINESS.
Ktx-ks, itonds. Hold. ( ;vruniiut and Loca
Securities Bought and Sola, lt-poiM receiv
ed aud interest allowed on tune IVrtltl
cali'i. lraft drawn, available in any
pari of the United Stale and all
I lie principal tuwtm of
ICurupe.
Collections made & promptly remitted.
Highest market price paid for County War
rantt. State ai.d I'ounty I'.ond.
DIRECTORS :
John Fitzgerald A. K. Toualln,
John K. ClarK. 1C. ('iikIiIhk,
Geo. K. Uovey. K. K. White,
A. W Mcl.aiiKhllU)
WEEPING WATER
WEEPING WATER. - NEJt.
K.
L. REED, President.
B. A. (JIBS0N, Vice-President.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
DEPOSITS
Keceivert. and Interest allowed on Time Certi
ficates. DRAFTS
Iirnwii available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Bainra: Line of Steamers.
Bank Cass County
Cotnc-r Main and Sixth Streets.
PLATTSMOTJTH UEB
l JOHN BLACK. President. I
1 J. M. P ATT i HSON , Cashier. (
Transacts a General Banking Business.
HIGHEST CASH PHICE
Paid or County and City Warants.
COLIiEOTIOXS HADEJ
and promptly remitted for.
IIItFCCTOK8 :
lol i-T.lack, J. M. Patterson, C. H.Parrr.el
V. H. (iuthmanu, J. MorrisseyTA. B. " "
mith. Fred G order.
ARNICA PREPARATIONS
(!heiui.-itry has discovered noiprnedy wiperkn
to Arnica f r heolint; external eruptions. Proper
ly prepared and cuiubiued. it biis.Jio equal as a
toilet preparation.
JELLY.
The iutrbest conden
sation of arnica. Will
speedily cure clia
jkmI liaiicl.4, rrii. k. l
lllis I ml rttuirlmeH
:f the skin, whether enured froiii c irnntic mtlii-
mwior tho liso of II I K'IKI I, CJOSMKTK S.
Wid cu:v liimplf on lint siikI jiii k, reiidi riiit"
vli ) sk-.i. xol't uiul f.ir. Invaluable in Sail
Kiteum. : lurniiv reme.lvfur cuts. liurtiR, bruisefe
.1 id sorea. l lilti; IN MKI AL J.IUKS, 25.
TOILET SOAP
I eHji ht fully p e r -fuiiM--,
lillily m. l
i cat mI. Absolute
ly Dure. Keetm the
skin Troin chappin? and imparts to it life find
:i healthy jjltuv. Unrivulied lor cleaniur; the
s.-nlp and eradicating dandruff. Tho most per
i"j t toilet soap iu tho w.irl.1. I'ltlCJJ. it& cents.
Shaving Soa?
A liif dicated artielo
of i ail' merit. J'r -vents
nil pimple
lieu I .-i utra f it.'. ) in 1
.-.TAKES SUA VINO aDRI.Killl'.
Kndorsed by Leading Burbers, who say of it,
Without parallel ns a nhavini; noap." Kich in
!;itlier mid lasting. Keeps the faco and neck free
I.niii pimples. I'KIl'l-; 15 ctx. lor u lai-jfe cake.
A TOOTH SOAP
Is without Question
the most perfect ar
ticlo ever produced,
as it not only cleans
es the t -eth thoroughly, but tho combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the gums. It
Rives t the breath a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is delightfu- Pi-ice, JJ5c box.
All druggists se 1 the above articles. Or W0 Will
mail them, postpaid, on receipt of price.
C. . STRONG Se CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Maufrs., Chicagt
WILL J. WARRICK,
AGENT,
PLATTSMOUXH,
XEBRA&KA.
ROBERT-DONNELLY'S
W".c3-oisr
AND
BLACKSMITH
SHOP,
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gerteral jobbing
I at now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of fan ii and other machinery, as tnere
Is a good latbe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the ajon snop.
He is well known as a
NO WORKMAN.
New Wkxobm and Raccle made t
Order.
SATISFACTION G0ARANT
mm
AR CA
AR C
3 11 P glf
H g: AS 0
0 ? t B
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
L & Id y ML
Order taken for WILSON I.KOS. hll II: TS.
If
YoiingPw
Mm: IPettee
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE,!
October 1, 1883 f
for tlu- in-xt Thirl v 1 a vs I will hdl
Wlasofi& Hamlin Organs
ilT
To clean up :is lino u stock of Organs si.s c-r were o(k-rcl to lhe jiiih
lic. Any one in want ot" a lino Oran will liinl it lo their
niterest lo call ;inl et my nces. For the
stln ive time
MASON & HAMLIN,
"T2a Bost in tb.0 World
as low, or lower, than the no-called cheap Organs, lor CASH, or on
HENTAL, or TKX-QUA UTKKIA'-I'A VM KNT plan!
(Kcucrsil Agfciit.
j i.
.73. TODD'S
Hardware e mpdrium
AT .SAGE'S OLD STAND, OX LOW Kit MAIN STREET.
TTJie HScst JLinc
a.
66
66
To be found In the CUty. New oodn at i.iir.
THE ELK
HEADQUARTERS FOR
ALE,
WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
IMPORTED WINES,
.MITMM'S EXTRA
Always on iflraieIal.
EIBJIH ImIBSEm of CIGARS
ALWAYS IN
THE
Fitzgerald Block
(Chicago, Du--i,
GOING EAST AND WEST.
tvo,
llhe
. Elepant Day Coaches, Parlor Cars, mith Redia- f 5?olli Tra.in?i r.t Flmnt ria- ni,u t..i
eCbairs (seats free). Smokimr Cam. trith man I'&buv. ku nino 'i ,.. ,u. . , 'tr.
iritis Caairs. Iullman Pnlnrf s.u-r.ir. rnr. nn . .'mm v: r n 7v..rrr" .- .""u
famous C. B. O. Dining ri ZZi u"r.jz- ' 2""'u?yu7- .
WllSxLyS'i WISW!?r? Parlor Car. with lUx-linin
Atchison ATopeka. Only through Une be- and
-.-vw w,.,, a unun.-,, BluI1j TU nn. Aiouiw, lowa. Lincoln. Nebraska and
known as the fiTeat THROUGH CAR UX. I It
Finest Equipped Railroad In tha
JTJ. POTTElt, id Vk-Prea't and Oen'I Manage.-. PERCEVAL LOWELL, Oen. Pass. Agt, O.u-u-a '
oiki:a iicusk
GF.NTS' rURNISHKItr.
post offici:
ews Depot,
8TATHlNF.lt V
MASON Si HAMLIN
IIKNKY V. Ml 1. 1. Kit and
3PiA.nros.
COST !
v"
can et u
of (Cook Cloves,
(KasoBisae Cloves,
Via ware
" (Gteneral UffsBrilwsBPc
v. lint l fv eoippi-t ion. oive ii. :. : II
AM IS Tfl&lDlI).
0
ALOON !
0
DRY CHAAIl'A(i.E.
NATIVE WINES,
ST LOIHS IJEEII.
STOCK. AT
ELKHORN
rLATTSMOUTH, NEIi.
'-oad.)
4
i
N1
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH
from fct. Loula and Ottuinwa. Only onel
ia uiii'vcrKiIlradmltiAd to L. i-
WorM tar nil r.im.a. M Tr,, i
I ' VIJ. 7JJ. MtMUItlM auu AlIIHn IA
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