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CITY DIBKCTOBf .
K. B. WINDHAM. City Attorney.
K. MURPHY, Chief of Poee.
J. MiK;AN N. Overseer of Streets.
V. KIEHNK& Chief of Fire VP.lW. tti.
51 II. KICUMONU. CU'n Board oi Health
lit Ward-Wm . Herold. U. tyfj??':-...
2nd Ward J.M. Fatterson. J. H. Fairfield.
Sd WJd-M . Murphy. J . E. Morrison.
Utt Ward-F. U. linihofV. V. McCallau.
JESSE B. STRODE,
J. W. BARNES.
Win. WIN TEKSTEEN
V. V. LEONARD.
. BENNEx 1,
tlmattet JNO. W. MARSHALL.
W. H. NEWELL. County Tre.vuier.
J.W. JENNINGS. County Clerk,
j! W. JOHNSON. County Jud?e.
CYRUS iLTO'N.Wi of Pub. Instruction.
O W. FAIRFIELD. County Surveyor,
p j GASS. Coroner,
r. r. Ij COMMISSIONERS.
iMXKICHAKUSON. Mt. Plea.ant llecinct.
ptll hilur luiies. with the County
First juonoay oL
BOARD OK TRADE.
E5I 1.1m IK.
J. F. BAUMEISTER
Furnlsaes Freh, Furo Milk
Special caUi attended to. and Fresh Milk
tonVsamo furui.bed waen wanted. y
-lour, Corn Meal A Ftid
Lincoln.. ..... Ar. 11
ilastluirs AT. 4
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Red Cloud I ir. C
I II. V. fl
tT KeCook IAr. 1
f -Akron jAr .
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" " "iciiver 1
riattumonth Telephone Fxchansr.
1 J. P. Young, residence.
2 Hen net t & Lewi, fit on.
3 M. tl. Murphy Si Co.,
County CUrk'a office..
K. K. Lewi", reRldeuce.
.1. V. WerkGwcli, tore.
Wenleni Union leieicrnpn omce.
I). 11. Wlieeler, reiiatnre.
K. 1. Wliidnaiii,
1ft .!... Wayiiian.
1 J. W. Jt'llUlIlK. "
17 W. K. W i.e. olllce.
14 Morrlsney llroN,, f:loe.
19 W. II. Carter .More.
2(J . W. Fairfield, rei'Idenc-.
21 M. 15 Morpliy,
22 J). II. W heeler Si Co , odice.
23 .1. 1. T;ilor. renldeiicc.
21 1 irst NiiliiiHl Hunk.
' V. K. KuilucrW olMcc!
20 J. I'. loiitiK, Htore.
W Perkins I louse.
JW It. W. llvrn,renlI;nce.
31 .lournnl olllce.
'it Kairlield'H lc ofllce.
31 Hkkai.i Pl b. Co office.
'Jf J. N. W Ise, residence.
30 H. M. Chupniaii, "
37 W. I. Jones, "
38 A. N. KulUvaii, "
3a II. K. Palmer. "
40 W. II. Hchildkoecht, olllce.
41 Hullivan Si VVooley,
42 A. W. MclaukIiIIu. resldeuce.
43 A. I'altertou. livery.
44 C. M. llolmen, "
4ft L. 1. lieunett. resldeuce.
44 (ieo. 1. Smith, ofllce.
47 I.. A. Moore, Mort.
4'J J, W. llaniet. residence.
60 K. K. LIvliiKxton. olllce.
307 J. V. WevkOacli, renldeuce.
33ft ;liiill:tlii WriKht.
340 W. II. Hclilidkiieciit "
31 lieo. .H. Hliiltll.
3M K. K. LIvlDKMtou. "
316 C. C. liallard, '
The switch board connfctn riattsinonth with
Ashland, Arlington, lilalr. Council lilutlo. I re
inont, Lineolo. Omaha Klkhorn Station.
Papilllort. KpnuKDeld. ixmiMville South llend
smith & iii:eso..
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW. Will practice In all
the Court" la the tttute. Olllce over Kimt Na
tional Bank. 4yl
1-LATT8MOUTH - NKUUASKA.
1)11. A. NALISBUIIV.
Jfllce over Smith. Black & Co's. Drue Store.
First clans dentistry at reasonable pricen, 231 y
niYSICIAN and SURGEON. Offlce on Main
Street. Sherwood's Block, south Hide. Olllce
open day and night
COUNTY 1-HYSICIA.V, CASS COUNTY.
ATTORNEY AT UW & NOTARY rUBI.IC.
PLATTSMOUTII, - NKBRASKA
Agent for Stenmship lines to and from Europe.
IC K. L1VIXUHTU.V, 91. t
PHYBICIAN & BUROKON.
OFFI E HOURS, from 10 a. m.. to 2 p. ui.
Cxauin.cg surfceou I or u. s. rcnsion.
1B. H. 3I1LLEK,
niYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Can be fouud by calling at his ofllce, corner 7th
aim Aiam rtreeii. in J. ii. vaierman b uouse.
JAM. 4. 3IATHEWM
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllce over Baker & Atwood's store, south side
ot Alain fct ween Ola aua etn streets. 2iti
MTKOUE A CLARK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice In all
ii:e courts lu tue siaie.
District Attorney an-l Xolarj Puhlic.
Wlfjlt . WIHE.
COLLECTIONS 9i SCIH2i.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ke.il Estate. Fire In-
nurauct-and Collection Agency. Ofllco Union
diock. i laiisinouiu -neoiasKa. 22m3
I. II. M'KEIiLKH. &. CO.
surance Agents, 1'lattsniouib, NeUniska. (.'.
lectors, tax -payers. Have a couipi-io abstract
oi tines, uuy auu ben rexi eutaio, ucDti tte
plans, &c. 15y i
JAMES K. MUIIR1SOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. WillDrasticemCas-i
and adjoining Counties ; gives special atteutiou
to collections and abstract of title. Olllce in
Fitzgerald Block, 1'latteuiouth, Nebraska.
J. C. AEWISLRRY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Has his ofllce in the front Dart of bis residence
on Chicago Avenue, where ne in ty be found in
readiness to attend to tue duties of the of.
BOBEBT II. WIXUUA3I,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Carruta's Jewelry Store.
Plattsmoutb. .... Nebraska.
M. A. HARTiCAN.
Ii A W Y E It .
FirzaEitALD's Block. Plattsmocth NtB
Prompt and careful attention to a general
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attorney and ICounselor-at-Law.
second story, soot i
il business .
Union Block, front rooms
Prompt attention given t
BOYD & LABSEN,
Contractors and Builders-
Will give estimates on all kinds of work. Any
order? left at the Lumber Yards or Post
Office will receive promot attention
Heavy Truss Framing,
for barns and large buildings a specialty.
For refeience apply to .T. P. Young, J. V. Wee
. 0u i or 11. a. Waterman & Son. d&w
Dr. C. A. Marshall
vSiiccessor to Clutter Marshall.)
2D 33 KIT I ST I
Preservation of natural teeth a epecialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
All work warranttd. Prices reasonable.
FITZGERALD BLOCK. FLATT8MOCTH.NEB
. I. SI3IJPSO V,
FIRE. JNSDRANGE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.,
WELL'S FARGO A CO, EXPRESS.
Offlco tn Kockwood Bjock, witbiJobnson Bros
The PlattsKiontii Beral PoMishiiii Co,
District Attorney Corkhill
After the Pension At
torneys. Kuklux Convicted in Geor
AFTER TIIK FRAI.'DS.
Washington, Octobei 27. The Star
publishes an interview with united
States District Attorney Corkhill, in re
ward to the investigation now being
made by that officer, with fraudulent
oner at ions bv pension attorneys. Ihe
district attorney says that a large num
ber of aflorneys have been engaged in
fraudulent practices, and he has re
ceived hundreds of letters since the
publication cf his communications to
the secretary, containing specilic. com
plaints of attempted frauds on the part
of firms in the pension business in this
city. He estimated that soldiers and
their relatives have beew JeJraiult d out
of a million dollars through the fraud
ulent practices of these attorneys, and
expresses his intention ot bringing the
matter to the attention of the grand
jury. Col. Corkhill renews his request
that all soldiers, or others having tod
ies of descriptive ciiculars from
agents in this city, or kuowledge of
fraudulent transactions on their part,
that they will mail him full informa
tion on the subject, in order that he
may bring the guilty parties to justice
Washington, D. C, Oct. 27. The
condition of the treasury today : Gold
coin and bullion, $208,741,679; silver
dollars and bullion, $120,716,674; frac
tional silver coins, $26,678,775: U. S.
notes, $53,263 ; total , $400,300,4 13 Cor
tilica'.es, outstanding: Gold$520,0l9,
0S0; silver, $85,061,271; currency, 31,"
Upon the report of the commifl3ioner
of pensions the secretary of the interi
or today suspended from practice be
fore the interior department Belva A.
Lockwood and E. II. Gibbon & Co.,
pension attorneys of this city.
A GRAND DINNER.
New York, Oct. 27. At the dinner
in honor of Henry Irving, the distin
guished English orator, iven by the
Lotu3 club this evening, covers were
laid for nearly 200 gentlemen. Every
seat was occupied. Wliitel&w Reid, ed
itor of the Tribune, and chairman of
the club, had uu hU right the distiu
su "jed guest of the evenirg' Other
special guests were Chief Justice No&h
Davis, Hon. Wiu. Henry Smith, Joseph
Jefferson um! E Ilmdolph.
THE KLU KLUX GANG.
Atlanta, Oct, 27. In Banks county,
in the klu-klux cases, eight persons
were found guiity on every indictment
and will be sentenced Monday. Judge
McCoy, in his charge, was very severe
in his condemnation of the so called
klu-klux crimes. He said it is strange
that men should so far forget their
manhood, their egd an 1 the las of
the country, as to permit Ujuiusplyps
o do such things OH poor, helpless ne
groes. Ii was d'WtW to humanity
and to society, and I 2?- i . l'jtin
of the United States, n ltbing has ieJw
ed so much to briug the southern coun
try to disgrace. Nothing has tended
so much to put the balance of the
United States again 6t us as this kind
of an outrage. Theyar mean; they
are disgraceful; they are horrible; they
are things which the people out of this
country cauuot comprehend or under-
j I5ostoi Oct. 27. A verdict was ri u
j dered tod:iy in the supreme court in
I the case- of Alexander Wheeler, adminis
trator of the estate of Mrs. Abigail
Armstrong vs Warren K. Blodgctt.
This was a bill in equity, in which the
administrator seeks to recover money,
stocks, bonds and other securities, all of
the value of upwards of $350,000, al
leged to be retained by the defendant
to his own use while actiug sis ngeut
for Mrs. Armstrong during the last ten
years of her life, from 1S72 to 1SS2.
The case was tried on the issueramed
for the jury, involving the questions of
sanity and undue influence, and cre
att d much interest The jury returntd
a, verdict for the plaintiff on fifteen out
of the sixteen of the exhibits, and ia
substantially in his favor with interest.
Blodgett is indebted to the estate for
about half a million.
For Sale. .
Two well improved farms, between
Louiflviile and Weeping Water. Ap
rlv toThaddeus Adams, on farm. ,
Advertising Cheats !!!
"It lus become o common to write
the beginning of an article. In an ele
gant, interesting manner.
'Then run It into tome nuveruc-
nicnt tti at we avoid all such,
"And fcimnlv call attention to the
merits of Hop Bitters In a plain, hon
est terms as possible,
'To induce people
'To irive them one trial, which m
proves their value that they will never
ue anything clbe."
"Thk Hkmkdt so favorably noticed
in all the papers,
"Itcligious and recuiar, is
"Having a large wale, and is sup
planting all other medicine.
"There is no denying the virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Ultteis nave him) wn groat, u'cu-
"Iu compounding a medicine whose
virtues arc ho palpable to every one's
Did She Die?
"She lingered and suffered along pin
ing away ull the time for years,"
"The doctors doiDg her no good,"
"And at last was cured by this Hop
Bitters the papers say so much about;',
"How thankful we should be for that
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liv
br, rheumatic trouble and Nervous de
bility, "Under the care of the best physic
ians, "Who gave her disease various name?,
"But no relief,
"And niw she is restored to us in
good health by as simple a remedy as
Hop Bitters, ihat we had shunned for
years before using it." The Parents.
Father is (jetting Well.
"Mv daughters sav:
"How much betier father is since he
used Hon Bitters "
"lie is irettinir well after his long
suffering from a disease declared incur
"And we are so glad that he used
your Bitters." A Lady of Utica. N.Y
FREE OF COST.
Another Thousand Bottles of Marsh's
Golden Balsam to be Given
Every person ia laPttsmouth, who is
sulTerimr Irom Scrofula, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jaundice, Billiousaess, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, uonsupauou or
Co8tiveness, Headache. Loss of appe
tite. Chills or Fever, Malaria, Backache
Female Weakness, Nervous derange
ment, General Debility, or aDy Blood,
Liver, Kidney, Stomach or bowel dis
ordercan obtain a trial bottle of
Marsh's Golden Blood & Liver Tonic,
free of charge, by calling at Smith &
Black Bros' drug store, Plattsmoutu.
Persons who have already tried this
valuable medicine can procure the
large bottles at 50 ceuts aud $1.
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Consumption, use Marsh's Golden Bal
sam, the famous Throat and Lung
medicinA Two docS wil benefit. Sam
ple bottle free.
Ladies in a delicate condition find
that they derive great benefit from
Speer's port wine. It has become the
moat popular wlno made for the ute
of aged and dfbiiiUted persons. It U
also used a a communion wine. For
sale by W. J. Warrick.
In additiou to a choice liue ol pure
liquors Joe McVev keeps the celebrat
Anbucser St. Louis beer. 20! tt
Miss Seyer late of Berlin will teaclj
pupils in music drawing painting or in
the French or German languagec.
Term 6reasonable address P. O. box 863
Imported ale and porter at Joe Mo
A Square Heal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
23 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this in mind. dtfcwtf
For the genuine New York buck -wheat
flour go to McCoqrts. . 201t3
Don't tail to try some of Phil
Young's new crop layer figs and rai
sins, finest in the market. 207t2
Prime Timothy seed $1.90 per bu . at
Johnson Broa. 2-Jtf
J, J. McVey is now. located in his hew
room next to Rockwood block where
--leg can always find tho celebrated
inheuser beer C.n draught and a com
plete line of champagne, wines and
Kentuckey whiskeys. I propose to
keep a first class place for my uuiton; -
era keeping onlr the best goods in eyery
line and all are invited, -tansient cus
torn will find with us always the best
brands of goods in the market. Jos. J.
First of the season! New rop layer
figs and and raisins, at the P. O. News
If vou w-int to smoke the best 5nt
cigars go and buy "Phil Youngs "at
traction" and "sunshine' the two
leading ciuars in the market, and don't
you for get it 205t2
Exla fine lemons and oranges, just
received from Chicago at
207t2 J. P. Young's.
Troy City Laundry.
Removed to the first door Dorth of
Stadlemans on sixths St. opposite Nev
ills Block. The Troy City Laundry
will hereafter be located here and old
customers and new ones will linu us
ready to give satisfaction in all kinds
of Laundry work. W. B. Brown Prop.
Fresh oysters and celery just received
at Bennett & Lewis'. I83tf
Orauzcs and lemons at Phil Young's.
FOR SALE. Lots 4 and 3 lu
ni- :k 41, Improved.
o,)7 II. D. iriXDUAN.
Fence Poet. -5000
dry fence posts for sale, inquire
of W. S. Wise. I9tf.
JOIIM FlTZOKRALl), A. W. MCLAUOIILIK
Pi evident. lCabier.
IB .A. IsTIC !
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA,
Oilers tbe very. best facilitie ftr tlie prompt
truuMactlon of legitimate
Stocks, Ronds. Gold. Government and Loca
KecuriUe Uou;li t and Sola, llooonits reoel v
ed aud Intercut allowed on time Certin
c;tl'K, DraltHdrawii, available In any
part of the United Stale and all
the principal towu ot
Collections made & promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State ai.d County Roods.
John Fitteraid A. K. Touzalln,
John K. Clarlc. R. C'. CiiihluB,
Geo. E. Dovey. , F. E. White.
A. W Mcl-auuhlm.
WE El' JNO WATER, - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vlce-rresident.
It. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Received, and 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
Mm. lino of utBaiors.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
JOHN BLACK. President, I
1 J. M. PATTERSON , Casbier. (
Transacts a General Banklne Business.
HIGHEST CASH PKICE
Paid for County and City Warrants.
nint nromptly remitted for.
Jol i Black, J. M. Patterson, C. H. Parncel
F. R. Outhmann. J.' Morrlsse y, A. B.
until. Fred G order.
Chemistry has disooverotl noiennedy ayix-rio"
to ruica f -r liealiim exterual crupCioiia. Prcpcr
Iv prepared and coulLuitxi. it Las. no equal aa a
tone 1 eptiacion.
3 RirBHiPa f2 JFTiT.T. v
Tho mubeat conTon-
eation of arnica. Will
LDMMII V lirA ll . 1 1
a S io-i Iiand.4. cniok. d
liis and rouicliiicsti
of Uo skin, whether cnoBecl l.-crn ciiniatiu innu.
..nrn.- tlio uae of HI K1KLI, COSMETIOH
Wid euro pimples on fao and Jie:k. reuderine
o!i i ski:; soil and fair. Invaluable In Mult
C-Uieimi. A family remedy for cuts, burns, bruiaea
a. .a eorea. I'KltK UN JU1AL uoiis, x&c
fl TOILET SOAP
t'uiued. hiirlily med
leu. ted. Absolute.
lv rurc. Keors tbo
skin from cbappins and impart3 to it life ond
:i tiealtliy glow. Unrivalied for cleauins tbe
3 :nlp and eradicating dandrull. The most per-
cot toilet soap iu tbo worm, lucre.. S3 cents.
A medicated articla
of raru merit. I'rt
vciils ull piinplfs
H AKES SHAVrSO a DKLIGII F.
Kndoraed bv Ijeadini! Barbera. who tsav of it.
"Without parallel hs a sbavina soap." lticb in
lather and lastinc Keeps tbe face and neck freo
fiom pimples. 1'ilICK 15 ct. for a lartre cake.
Is without question
tbo most perfect ar
ticla ever produced,
aa it not only cleans-
ca the teeth thoroughly, but tho combination
with arnica preserves and hardens tbe purns. .It
gives 6 tha iife.tha bw(3s, delicate oaox Its
taste is daliRhtftii. Prico. a$it a box.
Ail druggists ee 1 tho above articles, or W0 will
tnail them, postpaid, on receipt ot price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and 3IanfrsM Chicage
WILL J. WARRICK,
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow r
pairing, and general jobbing
I ax now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and other inaeuibFry, as tnere
Is a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
baa taken charge of tJ3? '"aeon sncr
lie U well known as a
.NO I "WORKMAN.
Hew Weoi and Bnssif iMAde t
IPS I. U HB.3
5 ? i W. g
0 ? u J ?
Orders taken for WILHON BROS.' MIIRTS.
THE ELKHORN SALOON !
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
01d Kentucky Whiskies,
rug's Omaha Beer
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HCUSE, 1
October 1, 1883 I
or the nc-xt Thirty Days I will ,-ell
To clean up a3 n'ne a stock of Organs a.s v( i wi n. ofiercf to ilie jdih
lie. Any one in want of a line Organ n il! liml it to their
rnterest to call and get my pin e s. i the
ahove time you can get a
. MASON & HAMIiIN,
fTh. Best in -fcliG World'
as low, or lower, than the so-called cheaji Organs, for CASH or on
RENTAL, or TEX- QUARTERLY--PAYMENT plan!
JLMI ll. TOJDJD'S
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND, ON LOWEK MAIN STREET.
TTIie DSest JLine
To be found iu tbe City. New good at prices
(Chicago, J:u.-...'.- : .
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Plnjranfc lifts I 'iir.hr. Porlnr fiir trifh 12Mtrul
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!the famous C. B. Q. Ditiin Cars run cLiiiy to and I
from Chicago & Kansas Oitf, Chicago & Council
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sepn. Aicnison c i opeica. uaiy toroucu one oe
tween Chicago. IinoiD & Denver. Through cars
oetween lcdianapoiu council uiutrs na roria.
All connections maie in Union Depots. It 11
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man Pniace KU-epinK Cars are run Oailr to anfi!
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Burlington. Cedar I:apils and AlWrt to bt.
Paul and Minneapolis: 1'arlor Cam with liet l.iiin
Chairs to and from St. Louis and I'eoria and to
and from bt. Louis and Ottumwa. Only one
change of cars between St. Lois an! Ii
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