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PIjATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TJIUKSIAV EVENING, SEPTEMBER :, 1SS8.
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A. H. 1I -K-',
C"iAS.V'iyUVK J.'.!V'l,Jii. 1 O. . F.-Mei-t
'every Toe-day evetiin of t;cli week. All
trannient brothers are repectlu!ly invited -to
in ATTMiliril fcVOAMP.MRNT No. 3.1. O.
A o F.. niee every alternate Friday ill
each month lu ihe Maxonli: Hall
Brother are Invited 10 Hitenu.
fTrniolTi-E N. si, A. o. U. W.-Meets the president's annual message, and dis,
every alternai 1-rl.lay eveuln? at I. ul V. ciised , from a deiiiocratio i.landpoiur,
hall. Transient brother are retn;tf ally lu- I ' 1
vtted toaiteinl. K.J. Morgan, Master Workman ; ' the question of the surplus and of a pro
K. P. llrowu. Foreman li. Hemster. Over- ... . i i i i i i a i
eer; 15. A . Taito. Financier: '.. F. limine- tective tariff, which he declared to be
worth, lleeonler; M. Alaybriulit. Keceiyer; ,..-.,., uf njiked robberv "
1. M Sinith. 1'ust M. W. : (. N. lioweu, Uuile ; ,l sJ<,u 01 naKCfi roootry.
J'. J. Kunz. insiuo W;ttc. J Mr. Stewart next addressetl the senate,
Ciass cam I X). MODERN wtioiiMKN . pjfpresoing views directly opposite of
of Aninriua Meets fecornl iiinl fourth AIosl- , t 1 .1
dayeveniutf at K. of Y. hall. All transient
brother are re.niesled to meet with ii". L. A
JNeweoner, Venerable Consul ; ii. K, Nile,
Worthy Ail vlser ; S. C. Wilde, Hanker ; W. A.
1L.vTrMoi;ru i.oixje xo. s. a. o. v. v.
Moet everv ulteruate Friday evening at
KuckwooaiiallHtSo'ulocK, All transient broth
er are respectfully invited 10 aileii.!. I.. S.
J .arson. M. W. ; F. l!oyd. Foreman : rt. C.
Wilde. Kecorder ; Leonard Audrsou. Overseer.
1H.ATTSMOIJTII LOUt:KXO.f,. A. F. & A.M.
Meet Oil file llr-t and third Mondays of
each month t tlieir hull. Ail transient broth
ers are eordialiy United to meet with us.
J. O. Uk-iikv, W. M.
Wm. Hat . Sec re 1 ary.
: KIJUASIC A
CII VITKU NO 3 K. A. M. I
XI Meet seeoml ail fonrtli Tueila t eaeji
month at MarouV Hall. Traiisciria brothol'4
are invited to meet with us.
F. E. Wiiitk, If. P.
Wm. Havs. Secretary.
1IT. ZION COMMA DAIV. XO. 5. K. T.
'"Meets lirst and third Wednesdav nit;lit of
each moDth at .M tso 's hall. Visiting brothers
are cordially iuvited to inert with us.
W11. II a vs. live. F. K. White. E. C.
CvASsroi'xrn.No io-.m. koyai. kcasi'.m
- meet? the r-ecoud and fourth MonUas of
tacb mouth at Arcanum Hall.
1:. X. t;i.KN-, lieg nt.
1. C. Mi.xoit. Secretary.
PL ATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vice I'resU'.eut
..A. 15. Todd
iind Vice 'resident
Treasurer : F
It tlutlinian j
.1. C. Itiolsev. F. K. White, .1 . C. 1'atterson.
.1. A. eonunr, li. Klxoii, C W. bherinau, F. !or
Ut, J. V. weckb.ich.
McCOHIHIfc POST 43 C. A. R
.. Junior " "
oilieerof the iay.
K. a. ItATru
CH KLKS Ftltl
Anuekhon Fit v. ...
Jacob !. km ax.
L. '. CTktis....
..liuarter Master Serpt. ;
. Tojt Chaplain
Meit ins -Saturday cveniaji
WHEN YOU WANT
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
tractor aud Builder
"rapes for Sale.
le at A cents per pound, j
Eigenberger fc Troop'j or j
. J. J5. L.EESI.EY
ra Made Suits
"Vaiiiiin;ton, Sqt- 20 In the seuatt;
this morning Mr. Edmunds reported
from Jlie committee on foreign relations
the following order:
Ordered: That the president of the
senate be directed to w ithold transmission
to the hou.se of representatives of the act
(house hill) to prohibit the coming of
Chinese laborers to the United States un
til further direction of the senate.
He asked for its immediate considera
tion, but Mr. Teller objected, nud it went
ovt r until tomorrow.
The Chinese bill hns already passed
from the crstudy uf the senate nud is in
that of the house, ready to go to the
Mr. Edmunds also offered a joint res
plution appropriating $100,000, to be ex
pended under tile direction of the presi
dent of the United States, in relief of the
suffering caused by yellow fever now
prevailing in Florida, and asked for its
Immediate consideration- AHcr brief
remarks the resolution wan passed,
3r, Sberman'a resolution as to Canad
ian affairs was, at the request of Mr.
Morgan, postponed until tomorrow.
Mr. Jones Gf rknnsaa proceeded to
address the senate on a motion to refer
nunc put loiniuu ny jouls, uui umai-
ing that the existing stagnation and de
pression of prices did not result from the
tariff but from the demonitization of si I
At the close of Mr. Stewart's speech
the house bill to authorize the construct
ion of a bridge across the Missouri river
within one mile north or south of the
mouth of the Kansas river was taken up
and passed with amendments.
I 111 -.r nnn
o. mu ijjjivjji ihiiiil; ) -titjjj
for n postoflice at St. Paul, Minn., wis
then passed and the senate adjourned.
Washington, Sept. 20. The house re
sumed consideration of the conference
repoit on the sumlr' civil apjiropriation
Mr. White, of Indiana, favored the
adoption of the conference report, while
Mr. ifoiman opposed it.
Mr. Kerr, of Iowa, said that if congress
had been deceived by the architect on the
matter of c timates for the new library
building it should not bo in favor of
voting another dollar to be spent under
the supervision of that architect.
Mr. Adams, of Illinois, opposed the
conference report, although he epresed
to votc ?io;ooo,ooo to
I rect a suitable building for the library.
;j r j
The votc on agreeing to the conference
, , 0
I report resulted, yeas G, nays 7 no
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'lul - luln! nll-1 tlle quysu uujourueii,
The Yellow Fever.
Jacksonvit.le, Sept. 20. The official
report for the 24 hours end ins at G p. in,
yesterday, shows 140 r,ew cases of fever,
making a total so far reported of 1,3C3.
A very large proportion of the new cases
now are among the colored neo.rJe Jiving
in the suberbs, and they will die rapidly
unless cool nights soon prevail. The
deaths reported today number 14. Total
to date, 170. Ffforts will be made to
convince the negroes that it will be lust
for thorn to go to tle refugee camp, but
thousands will prefer to stay in the city
if they can get free food. Rev. Mr.
Suowden, rector of the Episcopal church
at McCItnny, died yesterday. No i-iore
c; s s arc reported.
MoMTriOVKHT, Ala., S-pt. 30. .Today
Montgomery's quarantine against Dca
tur is to be raised. There hits been but
one suspicious case of fever reported
fvom that place, which was ten days ago,
an(i jt is fdt that there is. no further dan-
ger of trouble there.
Lino of Soys', "STou-tlis' and Ch.ildren.?s Overcoats. You miss it if you don't Tau your Clothing, SCats, Caps, Fur
nishing Goods, Soots and Shoes, otc, of
New Postmasters Appointed.
"Washington Aug. 20. The following
Nebraska postmasters were appointed to
day: James Marsh, A ten, Ceder county,
vice John Aten, resigned; O. II. 1'. Ituch
nnnn, liuchanan, Lincoln connty,viee liut
ler ISuchanan, resigned; Win F. Skinner,
Charleston, York county, vice Silas F.
Wagner, rrsigned;John J. Downey, Dale,
Custer County, vice Robert J. Kelly,
A Mimic Naval Battle.
Kkakxkv, Neb., Sep. 10. The naval
engagement on Lake Kearney this even-
I ing was one of the grandest exhibitions
ever displayed in the west. The hillside
overlooking the lake from the wtst was
covered with spectators. Thrco batteries
located on points on tlio opposite side of
the luke were mounted with howitzers.
The steamer Nepturo approached them
quietly with lights suppressed, and when
within range of the guns the battle began
to rage. Ominous clouds overhung the
scene. Sharp lighting added to illumin
ation. A Rousing Republican Rally-
Ui.yssks, Neb., Sep. 20. A grand ro-
publican rally took place in Clysses hist
night. The torchlight procession was a
pretty sight, and consisted of one hun
dred republicans in uniform, sixty-four
on horseback, headed by martial music.
After the procession the audience assem
bled in the school house to listen to G.
W. Lambertson.- of Lincoln, and the
David City glee club, Mr. Lambert son's
speech wad frctiucntly Interrupted by ap
plause, but at no time was the clapping
of hands so general as when he spoke in
praise of Attorney General Leese and en
treated all, both democrats ana republi
cans, to give him their vote. At the
close of the meeting three cheers were
given for Harrison and Morton that made
the windows rattle.
A Clever Illinois Swindler.
Toi.onq, Ii.T,., Sept. 18. A swindler,
n yet unknown, has succeeded in work
ing IJusey's Bank nt Uibana to the
amount of $2300; J. W. Helm, pf Dan
ville, $4500, and Gillet & Ball $1500.
By the use of forged bills of lading he
secured the payment of drafts on eastern
houses f:r the Above amounts. The
drafts bore the name of Ki.er Brothers,
a well known grain firm at Hammond,
111. The signatures, though clearly a
forgery, were veil calculated 10 deceive.
Helm identified the man nt Busey's Bank
before he learned that he himself had
been victimized. There is no clev tw
the swindler's, rofjlidc-ntity. r,d he has
A Fatal Boiler Explosion.
Blair, Neb., Sept. 20. At 3 o'clock
this afternoon, the uv mill of M. Hamil
ton, situated on the bank of the Missouri,
two miles east of this city, bursted, in
stantly killing two men and injvtrins
half a dozen others, Those killed were
Ileary Alexander, fireman, and Henry
Morrill, engineer. The injured are: John
Mclveen, slightly; John Noll, injured
about the head, and Cody C. Pate, scald
ed. Noll's iniuries are c.uite severe.
The boiler was one that had been used
at this mill about two weeks, but had
been used at the mill of Hamilton, at
Florence last winter. No defects were
visable or- known to the men so far as
could be learned.
Mr. Noll is quite badly injured. He said
at the time of the accident he was stand
ing by the side of Mr, AU'SancIcr, the
fireman, ur.d w's talking to him about
putting on a belt that had just been fixed.
The first intimation he had of anything
being wrong was a moan from Alex ndcr,
looking at libit lie saw blood copying
from his h,ead arj! tMt same iuataflt he
was blown or knuckcel through a large
iron wheel, the spokes of which had
been broken iu ths explosion, and was
landed iu a safe place. Alexander w'ftS
crushea and badly mangled. Morrell
leayesa family consisting of a wife and
several small children.
Child's Kilt SuitsfYom
Child's Suits from
JbJoys' Suits from
Youths' Suits from
Mothodists at Beatrice.
Bka i kk k, Sept. 10. The Nebraska
annual conference of the Methodist
church opened in their spacious church
here this morning with an attendance of
150 ministers and forty ladies. ihop
Foss, of Minneapolis, presided. After
organization, Dr. J. W. Cox spoke on
Sunday school tract societies and was
followed by Bishop Taylor, on mission
ary work in Africa. This evening Dr.
Gray gave an interesting address on the
freedmeu's aid society in the south.
Members ot the conference have beeu ar
riving all day and a large attenJence is
looked for. The people of IJeatriee are
kindly entertaining all who come.
Among the members is He v. W. K. Means
under whose pastorate in Beatrice the
Methodists built their $2:1,000 church.
There is not one thim; that pv,tj ;i m:i!
or w oman nt SIK h iia;.d vam.igu Ix loi c
the wotld nsn viliutcd state ot the blood
Your ambition is gone.
Your courage has failed.
Your vitality has left you.
Your languid step and listless ac
tions shuw that you need a powerful in
ylgorator, one bottle of leggs' lllood
J ami 1'UHHl Kt'r W1' l- ,
ill t .1 T 1 k - 1 1
in t humi win j .-tiviii, iiim 11 ii uwi n
not it will cost you nothing. O. P. Smith
Personal attention to all Business Entrust
to my care.
XOTARY IX OKI'lCE.
Titles Kxaniiiit-il. Ahsfaict? Complied, In
surance Written, Keal listate olJ.
Better Facilities for making Kami Loans than
Any Qther Agency,
I'iaf tsiiioutti, - Ztn
C- F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from to $:3.", dress suits, $25 to $4.i,
pants $4, $5, $0, $0.50 and upward?.
ESPWill guaranteed a. fit.
Prices Defv Compelition.
KUSXN ESS "Dili KCT0UY.
!. V. THOMAS.
Aturi!fr.at-Law and Notary l'uhlie.
Fiizgera'd Block. I'latibmoiUh. Xeb.
ATT O It -N h. Y
A. X. SULUVAN,
Attorney-at-Law. Will ?ive prompt Attention
to all biiHine.j intrusted to him. Oflice in
Union Block. ISast sid. I'lattsmouth. Xeb.
A1 KICULT Ul'A L 1 M PLKM KNTS,
Afrricultural Inmlements, Coiiiilniid BuKien
and liuthford Wagon", "(inmi 'Jlmber and
Bone Dry." sold ar.. I Wairauted. Main street,
between Siin ana Seventh.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
of rinttsniouth. Capital $50.000 ; surplu? ?ll,
000. John Fitzgerald, I'rident : S. Wauuh.
Cashier; F. S. White, Yice-I'resideiit. Board
of Ui lectors: John Fitzgerald. F. K. White,
Jno. li. Clark, 1). liawksworth, S. Waugh.
THE CITIZENS BANK,
of l'lattsiiiout:.. Capital stock pait in. 5o.fifio.
Frank Carruth, President : W. II. Cushiug.
Cashier; J. A. Connor, Vice-Vresident. A
ireueial liankitig buine"s transacted. Collec
tions receive prompt and careful attention.
Blacksmith nud WatroTin-aker, Dealer in Yind- I
1111117, IOIlips ItllU X ULlIJg.
Boots and Shoes. Repairing promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
EOQTS AND SHOTS.
A complete assortment of eveiy kind of Foot
wear and chearer than the cheapest w st ot
the Missouri River. Also m.uiuf aitui i:ig and
BARBER SHOP AN D BATH ROOM.
Hot Tid Cold Ba'hs at all hours. Ladies
Childrf Ji'-s Hair Otirtiiif; a specialty.
Bread. Cakes. Pies. Buns. etc.. fie h dailv.
Party. Wedding and Ka cy Cafee a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
pOOJt SELLER. ETC.
- J. P. YOUNG.
Bookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Goods, Toys. Confectionery. Fine Cigars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, Pianos and Org-tris and
2.00 to O.sO
3.2 to 10.90
4.00 to J5.00
YV linvi;. just jilaccil on our bliel ve a
W STOCK OF ZEPHYL
-"We art; daily
And have a Complete Line of
FALL & WINTER GOO
DRESS G- O O D
Divsss Flannels and Velvets, Carpets, etc., in all t lie
LADIES.' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES I
Xone but AVestern-made
JOS. V. WE 0KB A QH
S. & V.. MAY Kit,
Cent's Furnishings, Kine Tailor Made Clotliin
in Men's. Hoys' and rhil'Jrcn's Wear. Their
prices defy competition. Thev misrepresent
nolhii)!'. Their WorJ vs Their IMml.
pl.TIIlN;. " I
eioili'iv, Fiirolfhiii Cixuls. (lo to the o!d re- !
1 i ahi e house for Hats, :;is. Umlirellas, Trunks, j
ISootH, .Shoes. Main street, next ease i ', iia'.ik.
w v. v.. wKscor r,
I (.'lot li i 11 fr. Hats, Cais, tc. Kine Kurfilshin
our specialty. One pric ai.d no Monkey Hus-
niesf. Jt pays to trade with us. KocKwoou lilK.
CAXXIXt! (OM CA N Y.
'Altltl;TII l)XNIM! CO..
Frauk Carruth. Ilenrv .1. Slreiulit. I'roiirietors.
1'ackers of the Climax Braud Vesjelahlec
W I'M I LI. Ill KB MS,
I ru't.s, Confectionery and Fine Clar.
. r. smi 1 11 & co.
I-alei In Wall Taper, Paint. Oil, Alt Mater
ials. Cigars '. Kockwood Block.
Drugs, Chemicals, l';;iils. Oils.
U V. Ci FBICKK .t- CO..
iii'tigs. Medicines. Chemicals. Paint". S1,
V'.-.,ish' s. Dye Stuffs etc.. Kine Stationery,
Select Toilet and Fancy At tides.
F. S. WHITE.
Dry floods, Groceries. Xotions. tleneral Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. corner Main aud Gih Sts.
Dry flood". Xotions and Ladie4s' Furnishing
(ioods. One aoor east First National Bank.
DRY (iOOI'S. fiRi'CEltlKS.
K. i. DOVEY Si SON.
Carry a l uge ftoek of Fine t roceries. Dry
floods. Carpets. Oueensware. Notions, Miiit
Fancy Ooods, to he found in the county. Up
per Ma 11 f treet, between "tli and (,th.
DBS. CAVE & SMITH,
wirhout t he least pain or harm. An iflcial teeth
ones when desired. Oold and all other Fillings
strictly lirst class. Oflice in Union Block.
Furniture. Bedding. IxioKimr (Jlas"(, Picture
Frames, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
P I. PEaRLMAX.
Furniture. Parlor Suit". Unho'sterv floods.
Stoves. Oupcusware, 'I inware. and all kinds of
.xortll 6l!i street, between
Main and Viue.
RENT'S FURVls-HlNf; c.n.SfiT.
,J J. II. DON N' KI.LY.
Cents Fine Furaishr and Hattc-. The most
complete and finest stock iu the city. Carruth
Block, Cor. 5th and Main.
M B. MURPHY CO.,
The Leading Dealers 111 Groceries. rockery.
Flour. Feed. &c. Cash i.aM for country produce." ;
&'0 LEIUNHOFF & 'OENNICHSKX. j
t iroeei ies. Provisions. Classwurv , u Cneke, v. j
ilROCEJ'J lS. i
fireeij. S.'aple and Fanev Urocrrke.
BENNETT & TUTT.
staple and Fancy Groceries, ;rtn Frult and
Canned Goods. j
Groceries and Queensware. Flour and Feed.
Cigars. Tobacco and Cutlery. Riddle IIot-o.
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fuv Ueaver Overcoats
Men's Black Worsted Ovoit-oats
or Fail Trade
Saxony, (icrnian and Zcjiliyrri
Ivept in That Line.
n.s a (Jail.
lx oniiis. w'om.rAimi,
Staple and Kanev (Jrcrerles, ; lass ware and
Crockery, l-'louraud Feed.
i'roprieloi-Cit y Hotel. Terms, 1.o per day.
Special Attention (jlveli colniiieieial men.
W. (1. K KFFKIt,
Siu-eessor to O. M. Strejht. llaniem. Saddlery
Hoods. Nets. Kobcs, I Miricrs, and all home fur
llaitlwHie. Ktoven. Tinware, Talde and l'oekrt
I Cutlery. Basors, Hi;. Jloiischold Sewliu Mil-
1 cliim h aud .Jewel ;as.liue i-toveH. 'J in work
01 Jin kiiiiis (loin 111 ieaioiiaiU! prices. Main
' Mieet, Kockwood Block.
TEW ELK Y.
1 B. A. Mf ELWAIN.
t Watehe.i. Clocks. Silverware iiimI Jewelry.
j Special Attention given to Watch Repaying.
" FRANK CARRUTH & St)N.
Always carry n tine i-toeK of DlamoinlM, Watch
es. CI i-ks. Jewelry, Silverware and Hpeetanles.
Drop in and inspect theirgoods before parciia"
T E W E LRY.
J. SCII LATER.
Jeweler. Walthatn AV'atches a specialty. Main
Street, near Fourth.
LIVERY ST A BI.K.
'. M. HOLMES & SON.
The Checkered Barn. I.iverv. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed toafl nartoof the fitv.
i Carriages at all trains. Coiner N ine aud tail.
Who'esale and ltetail Dealer in First Quality
Beef. Pork. Mutton. Veal. Lamb, etc. Kixth
strec', Neville Block. Prices model ate.
.1. IIATf A- f.O..
Kiil tlieir own Cattle. Bender their own I.ard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main stieet.
FICKLKR ft Ct)..
i f! oultiy ic. We use oily
ft native stock. Oysters and u
the best trade
one in ceasoti.
C. F. SMITH.
Merchant Tat'or. Main "trett. 'over Meiges'
shoe store. Complete Htock of arnplex. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
MI LLINER V.
MRS. J. F. JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latest St view of Mil
lineiy and Trimmings : ui"o Cliildreii's and In
fants Bonne's, to be closed cut at cof.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM . '
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at a!l Unr.
Also Oysters, cigars. Tobacco, Pop and Cider.
Opposite Riddle House.
QAM I'LE BOOM.
3 FRAHM Jt KLir.Tf H.
Sample Room. 1 inpoi-ie.l and Domestic W'e.
.nu;js aoo ,i-ars. niy Mialghl goods lian-
' -. . .vf.!ti', 'V',' LWr Srnlalty,
1 V ft . O' it 1U iiu r,i.
S AMII T.Vr'i ?,r, , v ,v,.fI . K,. t.
'-S'l'ivri CiJ-'an. Pool and Bil.iard Tables.
K (Idle iIou-t Block.
THE ELKJIORX SALOfN.
w m. eier, proprietor.
s"da Water. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. AgenU for
Fred Krug's Celebtikied Lager Beer.
Sample Room and Billiard Hall. Clu.lce Wine
Liquors and Cigar. Billiard nnd I'ool Tables.
One - Prioe Clothier.
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