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to New York some how. She has no
money, and stayed in the Second Tree
inct station house last night. She is a
FRANK H. WILSON,
Firo, Tornado and Cyclone Insurance,
OiEce, Basement of Bank of Cass Couuty,
PLATTSMOUTH, : NEBRASKA,
Queen Insurance Company, of Liverpool.
"Washington Fire and Marine Insurance Co., of Boston.
Commercial Union Assurance Company, of London.
"Western Assurance Company, of Toronto, Out.
plain looking woman, wears a sun-
bonnet, caries a small basket, whieh
contains a few articles of clothing and
when she refers to her husbandshe fish
es out of the bottom of the basket a
tin type of a good looking man, with
broad shoulders, heavy beard and
Accidents and Crimes.
Total Assets, -
Total losses paid since organization,
Reliable Insurance Careful ' Underwriting and prompt attention
Western Assurance Go.
.M.Smith, J. J. Ke.n.nv, A. W. Dodd,
President. Managing Dir. 8upt. Agencies.
t'NITKIl HTATKS TMJKTEEM.
Win. II. Guiou.of Williams & Gulon, (Guion
Steamship Line.) New York.
Win. A. Booth, President Third National
Hank, New York.
Arthur B. Graves, President St. Nicholas
Hank. New York.
Cln.W. Hayes. General Agent, Milwaukee, Win
UNITED STATUS BRANCH.
United States 4V4 percent register-
ed Bonds SS13.CCa.00
United Htates 4 per cent registered
New York Central & Hudson uiver
Railroad Bouis 4f..2(0.on
Georgia State Bond JS7,i00.00
Cash deposited in ritate oi Jiiieis-
Cash lu Bank iho.kto.ho
Premiums iu eoure of collection.. lu-.206.76
LIABILITIES. $ 9J1.517.62
Be-InBiirance reserve rc,K0.3l
L'nnaid looses kh.IWjS
Other llabditles 'jo.441.35 $ 5C3.453.89
Surplus In United States $ JC9.0C3.73
Premium tecipts In United States, 1874 to
1883, inclusive $5,305,202.39
Total Fire losses, pall in United State.1874 to
181, inclusive 3.3U3.535.C9
Scml-aiuiti.-tl statement or the United States
branch ou the 31st day of December. l83.
JOSEPII M. ROGERS, Manager Western De
partment. Chicago, III.
Assets in the United States.
Cash Items 8 188.983 ec
Real Estate, Unincumbered avj.soo 18
Uuited State9 Bonds 1,016.853 II
Other Securities 1C9 139 39
Other Items 24.641 65
" 1,752,207 89
Liabilities in the United States.
Losses Unadjusted and
iu Suspense $138,934 20
All other Claims against
the Company 4,076 75
Amount necessary to re
insure all outstanding
risks rrr.,072 42
Net surplus iu United
Sates 833,124 52
Net Surplus in United States Dec. 31
1882.. 833. 124 52
Losses paid since Organization 8,u0,u93 00
HE ELKHORN SALOON
HEAD QTJ AKTZRSSFOR
ALE, WINES BEER AND CIGARS,-
Oid Kentucky Whiskies,
MUMM'S EXTRA DRY CHAMPAGNE,
ST- LOUJS BEER;
drug's Omaha Beer
Always n drauglit.
ALWAYS IN STOCK, ATj
Fitzgerald Block - - - PLATTS1IOUTII, NEB.
: . n3"-A nQ.TTABTEBS FOE
JHIlglicst (Dash price paM for
An Tinexcellod line "of ELOCJR always In stock, corner 6'h an
Main Streets, opposite First National Bank. r - , .
$ 4.500 000
ISAAC 8WEETSER, A. W. DAMON.
President. I Secretary.
(FRANK E. SWEETSER. Vlce-PrlMdent.
Fire and Marine Insurance Company
STATEMENT. JAN. 1, 1884.
Bank Stocks $ 401,649.87
City oi Boston Bonds. 133,000,00
United States " 170.887,50
Kailroad Stocks and Bonds, 410,623,00
Boston Oas-Light Oo, Stock, S,500,i0
Loans on Mortgage 84,000,oo
Marine Premium Notes 35.8U3.7al
I'reiiiiums in course of Col't'n !s.7l2,l:td .
Cash on Hand U3,4!X),05g
Other Assets(accruedlut.&c) ,744,00
Gross Assets $1,595,550.34
Losses reported eupposed$l 13,442,00
Reserved for Reinsurance, 260,269-30
All other Liabilities 21,571.32
Gross Lt abilities, except Capital $395,-282.62
Surplus a regards Policy-holders, $1,200,267.72
1'aid-up Capital l.Ooo.Ouo.OO
174 La SALLE STREET, CHICAGO
FRED. S. JAMES, General Agent.
UNITED STATES BRANCH:
37 and 39 Wall Street, - , NEW YORK CITY
Alfred Pkll. Resident Manager.
Chas. Skwall, Assistant Manager.
157 and 159 LaSalle St., - - CHICAGO, ILL.
C. F. Mulliks. Resident Secretary.
UNITED STATES BRANCH
STATEMENT JAN. 1st, 1884.
Reserve for total liabilities, includ
ing re-lneurance in United States $1,337,134 24
Net Surplus January 1st, 18S4 890.501 80
Assets held in the United States... 2,327,636 01
Income, 1883 $1,625,934 55
Expenditures, 1883 1.5P1.120 08
Surplus Income In U. S., 1883 184,814 47
Total losses paid by this Company
since organization 37.7 15,624 00
All losses In the Western Department paid
promptly through the Branch Offlce, 157 & 159
LaSalle St.. Chicago.
; - NEBBASK A
, POLITICAL POINTS.
Pittsbunr. July 10. Prohibitionists
are rapidly getting matters in shape
for the meeting of the national conven
tion, held iu this city next week. Col.
George Babcock and Mrs. Emily Titt
Stevens, of California, have arrived,
and are the advance courants of what
ia hrtnari to he a boom for Dr. 11. II.
McDonsld. of California. Delegates
re not expected to arrive in any Icon
eiderable number before Monday night
or Tuesday morning. The -executive
committee will meet at the St. Charles
hotel Tuesday at 2 p. m., and; the na
tional at the same place an hour later.
New York, July 10 At the head-
duartcrs of the republican national
committe, Blaine's letter of acceptance
is regarded as a very able document.
Washington. D. C. July 19. The
cabinet decided to take vigorous meat
urea to prevent the introduction of
r-linlura into the United States. The
state and treasury departments will
act together in enforcing the regular
nrrWa whifth aro to be Drebared. An
order will be issued prohibiting the
importation of rags from all infected
countries for ninety days or longer if
necessary. It was also decided that
vessels in the revenue marine service
shall etablish a coidon along the coast
to prevent the landing of vessels from
foreign ports that do not possess clear
bills of health.
CHOLERA INFECTED KAO REPORT DE
Ottawa, Can., July 19. There is no
truth in the statement purporting to
come from Washington that paper and
rags supposed to have been collected
in cholera infected districts in Europe,
are being imported into the United
States through the Canadian ports.
United States importers should see that
necessary precaution is taken -before
shipment. The dominion cannot tell
what is in bales and the fault of not
taking necessary precautions must rest
with the United States authorities.
A PROHIBITION VICTORY.
Muscatine, la., July 19. The first
trial under the new prohibitory law In
this county resulted in a victory for the
prohibitionists. The defendant, James
Wier, a prominent saloonkeeper of
Muscatine, was found guilty on two
counts and fined S100 on each, the full
limit of the law. The case was fosight
inch by inch by the saloon men aud
was appealed to the district court.
Similar cases are pending against four
other saloon men. Wier openly detied
the law and has reopened his saloon
FATHER AND SON LEAP TO DCAT1I.
Clifton Forge, Y., Julv 19. At
Irongate, Va., yesterday, Thomas John
sou stripped his stepson aud tied his
hands to whip him. The boy escaped,
ran to the river and jumped in. John
son followed, the current was swift and
both were drowned. The bodies were
recovered last night.
THE ORDER OF THE KED CROSS.
Washington. July 19. Miss Clara
Barton, president, and Mr. A. S. Solo
mons, vice president of the American
association of the Red Crose, have been
appointed by the president as drli-prat.es
to represent the Uuited States at the
general conference of the Iatermitioaai
association in September next.
THE RAILROAD WAR EUDtD-T
Cleveland, O , July 19. The cutting
of passenger rates between heie and
New York ended tonight with the de
parture of Dunbar's excursion, via the
West Shore, to meet whose 8io rate the
trunk lines cat the round trip fare to
$12. and the old rates will be re-estab
AND THE WORK GOES BRAVELY ON.
Tuscaloosa, Ala., July 19. Henry
Burke (colored) who attempted to out
rage a little white girl, was captured
last uisjbt in ti e garret of an old house.
A n:ob at midnight took h'm from jail,
hanged him to a tre in the s reet and
put five bullets in hi9 tody.
A WOMAN'S LONG TRAMP
Albany, N. T. July 19 Mrs. Mary
JXCounell has walked from Chicago to
this place. According to her story she
was formely a domestic in William U.
Vanderbilt family and during the
last fifteen years she has lived in Chic
ago. Br husband James who was
engineer on the Miohigan & St. Paul
Ttailroad was killed about a year ago
by an accident. She claimed that there
were two months wagei due him,
hfoh the company refused to pay
hr. 8h henes to- enlist Vanderbilt s
interest in behalf Other claim, against
t railroad, and is Crfominsa get
E W. COOK. M. D
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE At FisnER's Duca Store.
GEO. S. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In all
Courts of the State. Office la Fitzgerld Block.
PLATTSMOUTH, - KEBBASKA.
Allkx Rekson. A. N. Sullivan.
11 EES OX & SLLLIVA,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will elve nronntt
attention to all business Intrusted to them. Of
fice la Umou Block, East side.
PLATTSMOUTH - NEBRASKA.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Basement of Bank of Cass County.
Coknkk Sixth and Main Stkkkts.
ITsT O TART PITBLIO
Particular attention eived to the preparation
of papers for Caveats, I'atenU aud Registration
oi xraue AiarKsaua ltueis.
Jnntloe or the peace.
Collections a specialty and gives
prompt attention. P. O. address Elm-
ATTORNEY AT LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to and from Kurope
lit. W. II. HCU1LUUXECIIT,
Office, Corner Main and 7th Streets.,
PLATTSMOUTH. ------ NEBRASKA.
K. K. UVHtiKTOSI, 91. I
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFI HOURS, from 10 a. m to 2 p. m.
tUl. H. 3I1LL.F.K,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Can be found by calling at his offlce, corner 7th
and Alain Streets, mj.il. waterman's nouse,
JAB. . SIATUKWM
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Baker & Atwood's store, south side
of Main between 5th and 6th streets. 2iti
NT It O UK A
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
the Courts iu the State.
WiU practice In all
DUtrlct Attorney and Notaru Public,
COLLECTIONS si. SPtfCIsiZII.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire In
euraiice and Collection Agency. Office Union
block PlaitHinouth Nebraska. 22m3
I. II. WU ERLRll A CO.
LAW OFFICE, Real Estate, Fire and Life In
surance Agents, t'lattsniouth, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles. Buy and sea reat estate, negotiate
loans, etc. 10 i
JAMKS JK. JIOJHKIMOM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. WlllprasticemCasa
mid adjoining Counties ; gives epecia: attention
t collections and abstracts of title. Ofllce In
Shenvood Block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oflioe ovtr Carrutn's Jewelry Store.
Flartsn-.ouU'.. .... Nebraska,
3. A. HARTICAK,
JL A W Y 12 B .
FrrxoMi.vLP's I'wk'K. Plattsmocth Neb
ProTi:rr sr.dcari-fitl ai.ntioa to a Kseral
I"U. A. SALISBURY.
Jrtlce over Smith. Black & Co's. Dmcr Store
First class dentistry at reasonable prices, 231y
Dr. C. A. Marshall
VS accessor to Clutter St Marshall,)
Preservation of natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
AH work warranttd. Prices reasonable.
Fttzofrat.t Rrjvir. - Plattsmouth JS
PL.ATTSMOUTII. - - - NEB.
Dr. Home's Electric Belt
Will cure Nervoneness, Lumbago. Rheuma
tism. Paralysis. Neuralgia. Sciatica. Kidney,
Spine and Liver diseases, Oout. Asthma, Heart
disease, DispepM Constipaiion. Erjslpelas,
Catarrh, Piles. Ei ilepsy. Impotency, Dumb
Ague, Prolapsus.Uteri.etc. Only scientific Elec
tric Belt in America tht sends the Electricity
aud Magnetisin through the body, and can be
recharged in an instant by the patient.
. $1,000 Would Kot Buy It.
TVr. Hobxe-I was afflicted with rheumatism
and cured by using a belt. To any one afflicted
with that disease. I would say. buy Home's
Electr'e Belt. Any one can confer with me by
writing or calling at my tore, !4o Douglas St.,
Omha.Neb. WILLIAM LYONS.
Main Office Opposite Tost Offlce, room 4
tjT For sale at C. F. Goodman's Drug Store,
Farnam SuwAt. Omaha.
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