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UucU1um Aitilru Siilve.
The I t Salve in the world IV. r Cut,
t ruses, S -c , Ulf fs, Silt illifufi), K
ci'.rT; T. M r Ch t: p'.'d liwidi Chilb
lain. Coins and ''11 Skin r.rup'.ioi;. nii.l
iMtttitivly euro Pitts or no pv re iir.l.
It in (rau!iant.H'l to jnve perfect atls
faction, or money refunded. Price- 'lb
cents per brx. ForSalo By J. M. Hub
ert's. Nov. 37 ly
The Best Couh Medicine
In the World.
SAMPLE I'HKi: OF CIIAliCJE.
Call at Warrick's drug store, and
jet a sample bottle of Brown' Expee
torant free or charge. It cures Couyhn,
Hoarseness. Whooping Cough ami Con
uinpliou in Us early stages. It is a
hcieutific preparation, admirably :n!a t
d tor the cure oi all Throat and Lumr
Diseases. It is 1 1 eaant to take ani
entirely lianuley. Try it; it ts you
nothing- Kc?.il.ir mzu little:-, r').ent-.
and 81.00. For ii.-h' by W..J. Warrick.
JU. ! IA.Wl v
Free ! Fnui! Free !
NEW DISCOVKIIY FOB PILES.
A now remedy for this dreaded
ase has" been discovered by Dr. l)-nii-;
A Bingl-Hpplicatioii will convince the
moat bkeitieid or it3 most woudeiful
healing power, l'.y calling on V. .1.
Warrick druggist, yon can obtain a
sample Ihx free of charge, which will
natisfy you of itsruraltve qualities.
Jan Z D.ovly
Assorted tints of Diamond Wall Fin
ish may bo found at Fisher's drug store,
revolving sign. iDd.twtf
All parties knowing themselves to
ba indebted to me will please call and
make full settlement at once, that
hereafter we can conduct a strictly cash
business. Pleaao give this your iuimc
d59 w3w Bout. Sherwood.
In the Enture
When you have a couh and want re
lief, think ol K-aip's Bdsnin for the
Throat and Lntis; a -laranteed reme
dy for those diae.-.ries. Friee !0c and
$1 ; trial size free. lhspcctf ully,
apr3 1m W.J. Warrick.
Twentv-five cents in advaiiee will
entitle you to use of the Plntinouth
circulating library for one month.
4CJ&wlm W. J. Waiikick.
The work entitled "Twenty Years of
Cougresv' the most succinct and im
partial history of Congressional Lcgis
lution x "!; will hr. is nvd from the
press i ti a ii'.w da vs. In the meantime
II. L. E. Lincoln v-ill call upon you
and ti'ke our ord.-rs. 'dJtwtf
For a haudsome suit, sub-t filially
made, in the best of style, an-1 from
anv quality of goods you ia svsJect,
call on K. Dressier, Merchant Tailor,
In Sherwood Block. ICdlm
Diamond Wall Finish, at Fisher's
drug store. IMAWtf
This beautiful time story brick structure, cu
ovi er Maid street, has Just been nnisl-ed and
tted up tor the accommodation ot
TRA NSIEITT C U8TO If Mid,
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A GoodI5ar i--
:tf. FRED T.OOS. Prorr
W. H. 3IALI0K,
aMm m trimmis
SIGH &. ORNAMENTAL
.' i vrders left with me will
receive prompt attention.
cot:, fifth A:r vixe stkeets,
PLATTSMOUTII. - NEBRASKA.
Or. Home's Eleciric Belt
Will can; Nervousness. Lumbaco. I:lieu:na
ti.sm. rami) sis. Neuralgia. Sciatu'H. Kiiluey,
hpineand Liver diseases, liout. Asthma Heart
di-eae. Disuenia Constinaliun. Kryslnlas.
Catarrh, files, K ilej-y. Im(otency, l)unib
arui", rroiapsus.L icri.etc. uiuy seietiiinc t:ec
tric Belt in Ameriea th -t sends Hie liiectriclty
atil .M.ifiietisui tliroUKh the luuly. and can lie
recharged in uu iustant by the patient.
$1,000 Would -ot ItU3 It.
I'R. IIorvf. I as afflieted with rheumatism
and cured by using a belt. To any ne atllicted
with that isease. I would say. buy Home's
Kleetr.e lit-lt. Anv our can confer with me by
writing or culling at my - tore. 14J0 Uouliis St.,
Omha. Nl. WILLIAM LY NH.
Min iKfiCE-0,nosite ' out ufflce, roum 4
trT" 'i'r fa'e at C F. f;oodinan's Drugstore,
rraaiu Street Omaha.
Orders iiKcJ. V. 0. 1. C4diwlm
At the down-town saloon,
t'l'OSIT THE TERKLNS HOUSE,
L'vepj a complete Ino of
VND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEER,
ALE AXD POUTER,-
SRUa'S OMAHA BEER
ial tao best bruas ol Kentuctcj
SI . wnWJtiee,
ooslteZreftiim uus -ttriAnmoTD
31EX OF MAINE.
Triumphal Returns of the
I'.utland, Me., June U Five cars
wnit'ii in Portland to connect wih
the Blaine train. The lea-linR car is
g-ii!y !eoruUd with biiiiing uud por
tr. an i was eiiajied by Collector
Dow for a rte't.ct party of citizens and
pubii.i men. t.'hrndler'a band accoiu
pairrs Him prty. The train rolled in
at 2: 10 p. in, amid cheers and wel
eomef u-l th strains of the band.
The ii.-lt -gates report an nthus;is- ic
rece:it.n at Lynn and Portsmouth, the
only nlaeea when; ;the train topped.
At Portsmouth address were made
by Congressman Boutelle, Uovernor
Ro!:.', ii-J (Jovernor Davis of Califor
nia. The train made a short stop at
Portland, and Wiug, of Auburn made
a brief speech. The band struck up
agaiu and the artillery thundered a sa
Augusta, June 9. The Blaine train
left' Portland at p in. No stops
wero made uutil Brunswick was
reached, at 4. Here were four cars
from Lewiston and Auburn, decorated
with Blaine insignia, and three more
trom Rockland and other cities, all
tilled with delegates to join the Blaine
train- A great crowd with a band ot
music greeted the California and Maine
tU-leaies with cheers. The Bowdoii
sludcnU were conspicuous iu enthusi
asm. Senator McClure, of California,
m-ide a ringing speech, after w hich
Co'tt;rt?PDian Boutelle made a speech,
which was cut short by th starting of
the train at 4r20 for Augusta.
:irtilh ry welcomed the train, but a stop
two minutes was made. All
'.a route the flying train was
n-e'f.v. with cheers aud wavinir of
haiiukt-i chiefs, particularly along the
Kennel ec river. Crowds were gathered
at many places. At 5:20 the long train
ISTO AVOCsTA, TJ;'fl'.
where bands were playing, whiles
blowing, bells riusing, aitiik-ry fini g
and crowds were asaeuibled to meei it.
A procession, with uiusicand banners
was forniol to escort tl;e visitors.
L.t Governor Connor addressed tin
California delegation in words of v-ei-cornc,
which were responded to bj
Senator McClure, of XJalifornia, who
closed, amid great cheericg, by saying,
'You need not be worried about us; we
will take care of our side of the conti
nent." Ex-Senator Hamliu said:
"You have done wisely and well. We
fcWEEP THIS COnXTKY
like a vast prairie on tire."
Judge Knight, of California, paid a
tribute to the venera&ie ex-Vice-President.
The enthusiasm of the crowds
was interrupted by the band striking
up, and the procession proooJed
through the principal streets to
THE RESIDENCE OF BLAIXE,
in front of which the crowd was as
sembled watching an artist sketching
for an illustrated paper. The proces-
biou arrived at 6:15, aud the Californi
ans were received with clappiDg
of hands as they passed into tht
house. They were most cordially
greeted bv Mr. Blaine a Senator
McCiurc presented eiich by name, and
a conversation ensued which was brok
en up by benator 11-ralia couihil' in
and b; dug pre.-ented, remarking they
e:eu! re bov: Blaine went to the
do r, ul.tre he vn received with
cheeis. General Coniior addrese-1 him
in a -ho:t speech, and was followed by
BLAINE THEN SAID:
FeUo citizens: If au thing cculd
add to the pleasure vf welcoming to
my door and under my rof old friends
of Maine, it would he as it is today.
have them accompanied by loyai, true
hearted men. from the Pacific coast'
whom they biing to . our hospitality)
and whom we greet and -.velc-mie as our
guests. 1 um very -ure you must ap
preciate the erabarrassmeut under
which a mau speaks when he is over
whelmed with demonstrations of kiud
nts, as I have been to day, I can only
say from the depths of my profoundly
thankful heart "Gol ble-.s you all."
Cries ot -(.;ood, aud tremendous ap -pi
Mr. Boutelle fulli.ved brii-iTy, and
was succeeded by Senator McClure,
wl o concluded by introducing Judge
Knighr, rT California, whn paid a tri
bute to Lincoln nnd Hamlin. The
California drlegntloa then took leal of
Id due ;i.a 5 retired, and ihn t!;e ei- Wil
streamed by the door snkiu ijudd
At the reception to the California
U'-leifAliou which followed, J Manches
ter HuytiC.i, of A pus-la, n;ade ih speech
i t welc'Mne.
St. Paul, Miuu., June y. The Hon.
Theodore Iiowscvelt, of Xew York,
spent Sunday in St. Paul, ou his way to
his Montana ranch.'- Speaking of the
issues of the Chicago couvention, Mr.
Roosevelt said: "Xhe platform is an
admirable one, as strong as the part)
has had 6ince the war." He says: "It
will gain thousands of votes all over
the. country. Whether republican or
independent, conservative judgment
must endorse it heartily. The demo
cratic party must follow, iu the main,
our platform, or give up the Light. I
did not favor either Blaine or Arthur,
MYrnm:iEXCE was eujusus.
Aside from his own btrength ot 330
odd votes, that would stick to hiiu
through thick and thin the ''Plumed
Knight" was the second choice of two
thirds of the remaining delegates. As
soon as tbey haw the nomination of
their uaudidate was impos.-ible, and
Blaine's nomination probable, they
flocked to him iu a body. Tlds i why
no combination against Blaine was
possible. Had 1 not been so positively
for EJmuuds, I don't know but what
I would have been carried away my -self
by the contagion, and found my
self throwing up my hand for Blaine.
Blaine is the choice of two-thirds of
the rank and tile of the party. I shall
bolt the nomination by no means. I
have no personal objection to Blaine
I think you will find that there will be
no fatal disaffection. I believe
BLAINE WILL BE ELEC TED.
He will sweep the west and Ohio, and
will carry all New England. I have
beea called a reformer, but I am v. re
publican. It is too early to speak of
Xew York. No one today can tell how
that state will vote. I do not think it
impossible for Blaine to carry ic. I do
not believe there will be an independent
candidate. Those who will not vote
the republican ticket will stay away
from the polls. As to tue bolt of the
New York Times. I am inclined to think
it would support either Cleveland or
Dorsheimer, if nominated by the demo
crats. Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it ;ets be
yond the reach of . medicine. They
often say. Oh, it will wear away, ut in
most cases it wears them away. Could
they be induced ro try the successful
medicine called Kemp's Balsam, 'hat
I sell ou a positive guarantee to cure,
they would immediately see the excel
lent effect after taking the first dose.
Price 50c and SI; trial size free.
Resp'y. apr3 4ni Y J. Warrick.
Will BUY ana all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Alain street.
One dcor west of Beck's Furniture sore
Platt8mouth. Feb. 1st. 1883 46tf.
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Kit t "
a a aa a
Important to Travelers.
special inducements are offered vou
by the Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found el 3 where in this if.sue. 47tf
A good two horse farm wagon for
sale. Enquire at Bennett & Lewis.
P.irlor and bedroom sets in nil styles
at lowest prices at Uajeck'i?. . 53if
Orders for hand made brrKims at
tended to promptly at the Western
broom factorv. d23-lru
Chcice. pure fresh mixed candv at
Jim AatiU'B for only 2, cents a pound.
Farmers. The best pljce in the
city to get your dJat r, is at the Cot
lane House, Oth St., neur Main, Platts
lDOUth, Neb. maySOwtf.
E W. COOK. M. D-
i'nv.icivf A.'i Si ! ;.
I.IM'II.I.' 1 ... . . .. . '
Plattemouth. . Ne!na-ka.
iVM. S. MYITIS,
ATT-'KNEY AT LAW. Will pr.ieileo In all
Court of the State. Office iu KitKerld Llock-
ALLKJf CPEW.N. A. N. SI'LLIVaN.
nur.sox & sri.i.iv.t.v,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will give prompt
attention to all buxiness intrusted lo tlieui. Ot
fice la Union Block, East side.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Basement of Bank of Cass County.
Corner sixtit and Main mtkkktb.
i'artictdar attention cived to the preparation
ft pattern for Caveats, Patent aud Hei;lstratlon
of i rude Marks aud Labels.
JnHtlee of the Peace.
Elm wood Neb
Collections a specialty and gives
prompt ultetuiun P. O address Elni
IIU. L. MALIUIKV.
Jfllce over smith. Black & Co's. Iru Store.
First class dentistry at reasonable priceo. 231y
ATTORNEY AT LAW tc NOTAHY PUBLIC.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to and from Europe.
l .t. V. II. HCllIL.IM.Xi:C'ltT,
Office. Corner Main and ?th Street".,
PLATTSMOUTH, ------ MEERASK.
DR-J. S. STDRDEVANT, M. D. ,
PUYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Attet. i calls, dy or night.
w29tf Eight Mile Grovz. Nub.
PHYSICIAN A SURQKON.
OFFI UOUltS, from 10 a. m., to 2 p. m.
Examiu.r.K Surgeon for U. S. tension.
UK. . 3IILL.KK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Can be. found by calling at his office, corner 7th
and Main Streets, in J. II. Waterman's house.
PLATTSMOUTH, N EBRASKA.
J AH. J. J1ATHGWM
ATTORN KV AT LAW.
Office over Baker & Atwood's store, south side
ot Main between 6th and 6th streets. 2ttf
NTKOUK At CLAKK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in all
the Courts in the State.
DUtili l Attorney and Xoiaru Public.
Willi, S. WIMIw,
COLLECTION'S M Si'JZCJs-iZ 7 2 .
ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fir.; fn
ruraitee and Collection Agency. Ofilco L:uiou
block. Fiattsmoutli Nebraska. 'iii3
I. M. WIIKliIIiK A. CO.
LAW OFFICE, lieal ltate. Fire and Life Id
surance Agents, l'lausmonlh, Nebraska, ("ol
lectors.t.ix -payers. Have a crnmlete al.-triet
of titles. Buy and sell real eeUte, netr tia!e
loans. Siv.. 1F-J '
ATTORNEY AT LAW. v::i pr.uriee ju :as
and adjoining Counties ; gives s-peeia".:.ttertnii
to collections aud abstracts of title. Oii:eo in
Sherwood Block, Plattamouth, Nebraska.
ROIIKKT II. WlXmiASI,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OiHce over Cai-ruth's Jewelry Store,
riattsiuouth. - - - Nebraska.
M. A. HARTICAN,
1a A. W Y iS B .
Fitzgerald's Block. Plattsmouth Neb
Pronipt and careful attention to a Keneral
- - NEB.
Dr. C. A. Marshall
Successor to Clutter & Marshall.)
EP m T i S 1 l
Preservation of natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
All work wairanttd. Prices reasonable.
FlT7.f;FT AI.T PlJ"rV. - Pl.ATTSMOPTH.N
PAINTERS & DECORATORS,
KALSOMININO. TAPER I1ANGING,
.... AND ....
Leave your orders with them fr
Plattsmouth, Nf.br a ska
Ctli St. Near 3Iai5,
PL.VTTSMOUTU. . - NF.DP.AtKA.
IT-ivinij taken charc of the Cot-
taor House, I ehall try to furnish all
patrons with corafortsble tpiatter-i and
k cp the ta'des supplied witit the b ?
in tlje market. Transient caelum a:.d
board by the day or week solicited.
miyl7Jtf. ED. FRAZIER.
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