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Uucklcn'g Arnica Salve.
The Iit Salvo in the world for Cuts,
BrusoH, Sre, Ulcers, Silt Ulieum, Fe
ver sores Tetter Chaupcd Hands Chilb
lains Cni8 and nil fkiu Eruptions and
poflitivly euro Piles r no p-v required.
Jt id gauaantccd to give crfcci -atis-faction,
or money refunded. Price .i
cents per b'x. For S.tln 1 1 y J. M. Rob
trfa. N'ov. 27 18:: ly
The Best Couch Medicine
In Hie WorM.
SAMPLE MILL OF CHARGE.
Call at Warrick' drug store, ami
g-et a sample bottle of Brown' Expec
torant free of charge. It cure Cougl ,
Hoarseness. Whooping Cugli and Co i
uinpliuii in itH only stages. It is a
scientific preparative, admirably tuiaj t
d ior the cure ot uM Throat ami Lung
Diseases. It is pi a-unt to taKc nni
entirely harmlcH.-. Try it; U co.-ts you
nothing. Ke;r.il:ir .-i.ebottle", -Vheiits.
hu I Sl.oo. I..;- s-ile ly W.d. Warrick.
Jan. njt w ly
Fn:c ! lnw! Free !
NEW DISCOVERY FOR PILES.
A new remedy tor tios dr-:ihd dis
ia lias been li.-eov;ieil l.y Dr. Dm g
A single application will winvii.iv the
inosc hkeptic-il of its ioot woisderf nl
healing power, liy calling o;; W.J.
Warrick druggi-t, you insi obtain a
sample box free of charge, wh'ch viil
satisfy 3 ou of its curative qualit i.-a.
Jan G Div. ly
Assorted tints of Diamond Wall Fiu
ih may Le found at Fisher's drugstore,
revolving sign. 4tfdwtf
All parties knowing thems-.-Jses to
bo iudebted to me will please call and
make full settlement at once, s that
hereafter we can conduct a strictly tush
liuiucs. Please give this your imtae
d59 w3w IIobt. Suiir.v.-ooo.
In. the. Future
When you have a cough an J want re
lief, think ot Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs; a guaranteed reme
dy for those disease?- Price 50c and
$i ; trial size free. Bespectf ollv,
aprS-lm W.J. Wapu.ick.
Twenty-five cents in advance will
entitle you to use of the Plaiismouth
circulating library lor one month.
Wd&wlm W. J. Wakkick.
J Jamen Silaisic.'
The work entitled "Twenty Years of
CoDgrcss," the most succinct ami im
partial history of Congressional Lgi-
lation extaut, will b is -tied from tin.
press in a few days. In the meantime
II. L. E. Lincoln will call upon you
and tke our orders. odt vtt
For a handsome suit, sub-t;.:it ially
made, in the best of style, a:; .rom
Hur quality of goods you may si lect,
call on K. Dressier, Merchant Tailor,
In Sherwood Block. lodlm
Diamond Wall Finish, at Fisher's
drag store. dO.txwtf
AFTER THE I5ATTLE.
How the .News is Received
from all Quarters.
This beautUul three storv brick structure, on
ower Maid street, ha- just been finished .".ud
tted up lor the accommodation of
TRA NSIENT C U8TOXE iiS,
E7ERY THIKR NEW ASD CLEAN
Afi..J in connection with the
ll33U i4iL House.
Tif. FRED GOOS. Propr.
j- CARRIAGE jp
1 aialii ana iiimminb
SIGN L ORNAMENTAL
rders left with me will
. vi ive prompt attention.
Coll. FIFTH AND VINE STKEET8,
PEATTMOUTII. - XERUASKA.
Dr. Home's Electric Beit
T11l t:rt Xervousnes Lumbago. Kleunia
tl3in. l'ar;ilsis. Ne:ralgi:i. Sciatica. Kidney,
Kpine and l.iverdiscifes, liout. Astlnn.i Heart
diseaxe, lispepeia Constipation. Kryslp--l;is,
Catarrh, Tiles. K.ilepv. Iiupotency, Dumb
AEue, rrolapsns.L'tfii.t'tc. Only scientific Elec
tric Belt in America tli it sends the E'ectricity
aud MatriicVism through the body, and can be
r'chari;ed in an iuhtant by the patient.
Si,OOG Uould Xot Sliij" St.
Dr. Houve I " as :ilnicted with rl:cnni:tism
rf.ul turt-d by uin-4 n licit. To anytnie aftiieted
with that rtisexe. 1 would say. buy Moire's
Electric I5"lt. Anv one c;iu confer with me by
writiuK r ,:;tiiiia at my "tore, Hn Doiiulas St.,
niAha. Nrb. WILLIAM tV-iXS.
Main Okkick Oiiiiite fo-t oilice, room 4
n- For i'e at C. F. Roodiiian's Eri.g Store,
".l Farnam Street. Omuha.
Orders filie.t. O. 1. CtJ.twlm
At the vlown-tov.-u saloon. "
PPOilTC THE PERKINS HOUSE,
Keeps h complete ine ot
ClGARsT F.O TTLED 1 5 Elf R,
ALE AND PORTER,
dRUG'S OMAHA BEER
ana the best brand of Kentucky
opoitP'','i'" : " 3 rr A-rnnroTPH NTrie tenfjioi" were flcstrdjTexl, Kr. B, 0,
A FT Jilt THE UATTLE.
Chicago, June 8. The committee ap
poiii'. a i to ntify tlie prefcidential candi
dates of their nomination "ill meet at
I lie Parker houe, Ito.slop, Ji.nt Jn, igal
piocuii ihence to Augiit:i, Me., the
reri-knets uf Air. iilaioe. nn.i after noti
fin' him tliey will proceed at ence to
w-liiiigt'ni, where tliey will notify
J 10-i.il Eiaii. All iiu inbers intend
ii.X to o will notify E. II. Koilln
D-ner, X. II.
Th ; followlui gentlemen have ix en
ai!c d to the republican nuitionnl exeeu
tivl co:: o:iilee: Seuutor Williani J
Swell, of New Jersey, S. M. Yost, o
Verm ni. an! ('lunch Howe, of No
Nine members of the California dele
jratiuu were touay appointed a commit
tee to visit llluiue and Logan and us
ure both of the support of the entire
Pacific coast. The ciumittoe lelt for
the east today.
Ten thousand poop.-, assembled this
evening to latify the nomination of
Elaine and Logau. Rousing speeches
w r ; maUc and campaign ongs btmg,
aud tliere was a magnificent dicphiy o
fireworks The meeting waa the larg
est an 1 most enthusiastic of tlio kind
evtr ,.v.d here. Thtre is n general rt-
joiciniJ of republicans over the ti-.ket
'1 HE KErtlBLICAN COMMITTEE.
Chicago, June 8. The republican na
tiouul committee held a session today
and elected John V. Mason, of Wis
Virginia temporary chairman, and (Jeo,
W. Hooker, of Vermont, temporary
tecretari- and then 'adjourned to
mtet at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New
Vi-k. June 26. The onimittee
i !; c i.ito:-ed of Lawson, Chaffee,
.iikiro. ..na New. It was appointed to
irran-e for permanent headquarters in
New York city. Among the names
mentioned for permanent chairman of
the comujitte are Stephen B. Elkins, of
New Mexico: J. S. Clarkson. of Iowa,
and Senator Chaffee, of Colorado,
AT HARKIsni.tt.:, PA.
At the ratitication me.eting tonight,
General Simon Cameron, who presided,
stated that the Blaine-Logan ticket was
a strong one and could not be beaten.
Senator J. Don Cameron was waited
upon prior to the meeting, by a delega
tion headed by a band of music, and
requested to attend. He made a speech
stating that he did not think it consist
ent for him to go to the court house,
but he thought the ticket was one that
could not be beaten ; t hat he was for it
first, last and all the time,, aud all the
people would hear from him at the
proper time during the campaign.
London. June S . The Times says
"Blaii-e's nomination will be received
with satisfaction. Not only has he
teea the most popular candidate, but
the most conspicuous and respected
po!iiciaa in the lepublican party,
which doae itself honor by the nomina
tion of so well known and distinguisned
a man. 11 tne aemocrais couiu niaiie up
their mind to a definite, reasonable
free trade policy tl.ey ceitainly would
secure nu re sympathy cu this side of
the Atlantic than hitherto. Meantime
we congratulate the republic on the
choice or a camo-i t o euiiuentiy
suited m liiaine to repieeiit and up
hold the dignity of th United Stares."
Uudtr the heading of A Benu-us-
Qeld lhyoiid the Sea,' it.e IMl G7.eite
says: "Blaiob's utini.Jii:ion id the r.icst
notable cleat for England since Lic-
colo was assassinated. v herever
Blaine can oust the British from the
position they hold ou the American
continent he will endeavor to replace
English influence and trade by Ameri
can. His menacing intimation of his
disregard for the Claytou-Bulrrer trea
ty is an evil augury for the future rela
tions of England and America. Ilis
intervention in Peru is most ominou3
when he declared lie disliked England
to wiu commercial triumphs in a field
belorgiug to Americ... England will
watch with extreme solicitude the
progress of the campaign."
DcS Moines, June 8. The most dis
astrous lire for the past year and a half
occurred about half past tight this
cveiiiug. The large round house and
repair shops of the Wabash, St. Louis
and Pacific, the St. Louis, Des Moices
and Northern, and tho Des Muines and
Northwestern railroads burned to the
grouad. It is supposed to bo the work
au iactcdiary, as when tho alarm was
given the lire was bursting from the
centre aud both eritis of the round
house, which contained twenty stalls
irmnfitn rnir-T-irr r rrm rt -tiaaL - mrrn.
7, 8, l'J, 13, 15 aud 1G of the Dts
Moiiifg and Northwestern. All tho
iiiaehiuery and tools in the repair -hips.
tlgctl:er with one pa.Heiij;er t-'-ael,
were destroyed. As far as the loss can
be ascertained this evening, it will
amount to frJO.OUO. rvo insurance ua
far as cun be learned. Sunt. Meek is
away, and the exact figures are unob
taiuable. What makes matters still
worse is that the two latter roads havo
no engine here to send out with trains
tomorrow, and the St. Louis, Des
Moines ami Northern lias only two
enrjines left on their road. They arc
at the other eud, aud the Des Moines
and Northern lias only one engine not
destroyed. Two Wabaih engines had
been run in a short time before, aud
these were run out, but three cabs were
burned, and wlicn the lust one got out
the firemen g.jl hadiy burned, and had
to be taken to physicians.
New York, June 8. The Mends of
Mr. Flower, who hu3 been canvassing
the political situation of litis stuie,
sa)Sthat of the 10 delegates elected
outside of New York city to il,e Saia
toga convention, the first chuice of all
is Ti'.dcu, except, in Syracuse vner the
focling is f.-r Cleveland; the second
choice, according to their observations,
stand, FowerSS; Cleveland 20.
New York, June S. The train bear
iug several hundred delegates for Chi
cgo arrived this morning, among them
many reformers, who refuse to state
what action was meditated in view of
their defeat. The Blaiuo men appeared
Augusta, June 8 Congratulatory
telegrams have continued fo reach
Blaine during Friday night and Satur
day. Over 1,000 telegrams were re
ceived withiu three hours after the
nomination. Many were from Europe
among the most prominent being one
from Minister Morton, Paris, and also
Col John Hay and Clarence King in
The following was also received,
Hon. James G. Blaine Our house
hold joins iu one great tlianksgiving
from the quiet of our home. We send
the most earnest wish that through the
turbulent mouths to follow you may Le
guarded and kept.
Signed Lccretia A. Gakfield.
There was a cordial dispatch also
from the Garfield boy, students iu
Tiie following dispatches were also
Ben Ilameon sends a dispatch pro
mising the electoral vote of Indian?-,
James Longstreet sends the congratu
lations Ol (.lie Wlllg-iepubliouua of
E- W- COOK. M. D
I'inSICIAN AMI Si" no EON,
OFFICE At Fisheh s Diuo Stoke
gi:o. s. .iiitii,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Will practice In all
Courts ol the State. Olllce in Fitgeild lilixk.
ALlttN HkllSilN. A. N. Kl'I.1.1 VN.
BCESOX & SL'LJLIVA.Y,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will give prompt
attention to all buxlness Intrusted to them. Of
ilce In Unlou Block, East side.
FRANK PI. WILSON,
Basement of Bank ot Cass County.
cokxek Sixth and Main streets.
UOTAH.T r TJ BLIC
rarticuhir attention trived to tlie prepuratlf n
if paperH for Caveats, l'aients aiid lie'istrath 11
of i rude Marks and Labels.
J iin tire of the Peace.
Collections a tpetialty and gives
prompt at tenth ri. P. O address Elm
iU. A. HAMSKIIH.
Jllice over Hmith, Black & Co's. DruB Store.
First elass deiilislry at reasonable prices. 231 y
ATTOKNEY AT LAW & NOTAKY rtTBLIC.
FLATTSMOUTn, - NEBRASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to aud from Europe.
' l.t. W. II. fidl I L.I2i X EC UT,
Praci icing Physician .
Oflice. Corner Main and 7th Street..
DR. J. S. STORDEVANT, M. D. ,
J'HYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
AtteL i calls, dy or night.
2t t Eioiit Milk Okovx, Nkb.
K. IK. IilVIHTOK, M. I
PHYSICIAN & SUROEON.
OFKI E HOUKS, from 10 a. in., to 2 p. m.
Examin.r.K Surgeon for U. S. Pension.
UK. H. lIlLLKJt,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON,
Can be found by calling at his office, corner 7th
and Main Streets, in J. H. Waterman's house.
PLATTSMOUTII. N EBKASXA.
JAM. . 31ATUE1VH
ATTOB?tEY AT LAW.
Office over Baker & Atwood's store, eouth side
ct Main between otu aim 6U1 streets. 2111
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW. Will practice In all
tlie Courts in the State.
District Atlir;-jb-j and A'otarv Public.
Wll-tLi H. W 14 it.
ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire In
urance and Collection Agency. Office Union
block, rialtsuiouth Nebraska. 22in3
U. H. H HKU1.EK A. CO.
i a w ippin. Pmi i7.,tu T?;.. .....1 nr.i...
u.-w a i . , iiL 1 1 . 11'' nil 1 j. if- 11:"
surance Accnts, I'lattsnioutn, jebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a crmnlete abstract
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
loans. &c. i5i 1
Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it cets be
yond the reach of medicine. They
often say, Oh, it will wear away, uut in
most cases it wears them awav. Could
they be induced to try the successful
medicine called Kemp's Balsam, that
I sell on a positive guarantee to cure.
they would immediately see the excel-
ent effect after taking the first dose.
'nee 50c and SI; trial size tree.
Kesp'y, fapr3 4m W. J. Warrick.
Will BUY aua oi:: all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street,
One door west of Beck's Furniture sore
Plattsmouth. Feb. 1st. 1S83 4Ctf.
AITOKNEYAT LAW. W.1 orastice in Cass
ana aajoming counties ; gives special attention
to collections aud abstracts of title. Office in
Sherwood Block, riattsiuouth, Nebraska,
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Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered yon
by the Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in tbia issue. 47tf
A good two horse farm wagon for
sale. Enquire at Bennett & Lewis.
ROBKItT II. Wl.VPIIAM,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
Office over Carruth's Jewelry Store.
Plattsmouth. - Nebrajka.
iYI. A. HARTIGAft,
1 A W Y "E JS .
Fitzgkka r.o's Block. Plattsmouth Neb
Prompt r.nd careful attention to a general
- - NEB.
vSuccessor to Clutter & Marshall,)
Preservation of natural teet'i a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
All work warranttd. Prices reasonable.
FlT7.0KBAI.I Bl.orK. - Pl.ATTRMOUTHjf
PAINTERS & DECORATORS,
KALSOMINIXG. PAPER HANGING.
Leave your order with them fr
PTjATT&MOTTTJI, NtK BTl A S Iv A
Gfli Sr. Xear Inin,
PLATTSMOUTII, - NEBRASKA.
Haviue faken charge of the Cot
tage House. I shall try to furnish all
patron" with com fnrtr.ble quarters and
keep the ta'des supplied with the best
in the market. Transient custom and
board by the day or week solicited.
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