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TLATTMOPTfl WEEXlA Aitn -i iljfltaJMY APRIL 20.
-.."trettel with a uo. . ..
in mosquito-curtain cofctu.-.-, k.ul not
jnuch of that.
Columns Lava been printed concerning
their manufacture and their injurious
- Ir6pcrtic, yet stilj their sale is increubing,
bo therefore wo do not intend Uf nforal
izo ou the mitter, but eh ill be well
pleased if wo enn only "snatch one
brand from the burning.'
Dog-funciorH iv puppies, of the
King Clnncs spaniel and other breeds,
gin, to stu'ut their growth, and plenty of
human puppies smoke stinking cigar
ettes to stunt their intellect. In that
species of anatomy wo are not interested.
It is the youngsters we are after. The
puny, pale-faced boy who id apeing the
man. There are also intelligent mm
who have acquired the habit in their
young days and would like to quit
Well, quit 1
We were conversing with a business
rain of this city on the subjec a short
time ago and he said: " I smoked
cigarettes for eleven years. They used
to seem to havo aioft, soothing influence.
When I'd get up of a morning the first
thing 1 wanted was to smoke a cigarette,
then I would keep on smoking them al
day. Just before I quit smoking them
I bgan to realize that I could not collect
my thoughts on business matters and al
ways felt sluggish and indifferent tq
business matters. I felt that if I did'nt
soon quit I should go crazy. I tried two
or three times to quit that is, I thought
I tried but after two or three days 1
would be smoking thrm again. I then
commenced to reason with myself ;auud
I thought, now you have made a pre
tense of quiting, but you have not. Be
a man. Have soin" control over your
self and quit. I did, although it was a
hard struggle, and I have never smoked
a cigarette since, and I never will againl
You might just as well smoke opi m."
A cigarette is an elongated tilluyia e-f
narcotic stupidity, and stamps the youth
smoker as a conceited fop, and an elder
ly person as a premeditated chump of the
first water for setting a bad example to
those younger than himself.
If a boy or youth persists in this per
nicious habit and Won't die young, in
the coursa of a few years he is vo re
liable to havo the same complaint as tin
fellow who had been sniffing snuff for a
number of years. He constantly com
plained of a pain in his head. The
physicians were puzzled but could offer
no relief When he would walk the
streets his head was never erect. -Somo
times it would loll on one side, then
on the ether. Agaiu his head wwuld be
thrown right back or else forward a?
though he was in a deep study. lb
went to a phrenologist who said he had
a bump beyond his comprehension. He
died. A post-mortem was held, the
braiu-pan opened, and it was discover
ed that the enormous amount of snuff he
had taken had coagulated the brain in
uch a manner that it resembled a base
tball and was in the habit of rolling
around the interior of hia cranium mak
ing him very absent-minded.
The only use for a cigarette smoker
after his death is to have his body em
balmed, painted and decorated, then to
be stuck outside of a cigar store as a
sign, on 3 arm outstretched holding a
package of cigarettes in the hand, and a
placard fastened to Lis shirt front on
which should be inscribed 4i Fools laugh
at their own folly."
The Editor's Terror--A Pen Picture
If there is anything in this vale of tear.-1
that gives us acute neuralgic pains it is
the negative who click, t lickety-clicks
n our door-latch, and bounces into the
office like a Qncrn of the Mist in some
Pallet scene, gives hjs hat a toss biok ou
his head, throw? the reilertion of his
fdcamiug headlights into our i of
sihr, parts his euculators and displays
an irregular row of colored pi no liats,
as he shout ii idiotic glee. "Well, how
de wc stand thi morning?" The pious
editor who lias Ween perusing an obtruse,
seientific vrk about cocmu s, entitled,
"The kernel, or the affinity of the nut
and the shell." meekly -eplies, "fairly."
"Fairly, be darned!" shoutj his tormen
ter, "Don't you know they've beat us by
thirty thousand. I did think the boys
would have managed to beat the solid
South, but it doq't look like it. Ah! me,
Oh! O!" And with one teg crossed over
the other, and finders of both hands in
terlinked to hold them in that position,
he sways his body backwards and for
wards as he stares the stove out of coun
tenance, and stamps one foot on the
floor to keep time to som- melody that
was dug up at Pompeii, occasionally
glaring round at us as we writo this arti
as much as to say, if I had some salt
I'd cat jer.
In another moment he jump to his
itet and howls "Conkling's dead." No
response. "Chief-Justiee YVVite is dead."
Still silent. "All the great men a;v dy
ing off fast, don't ycr ki.ow?" Still sub
missive and writing his obituary no'.ico.
"Don'tcher know I've often v.. .n.Ieie.l
how vou editors can keep o;i writing i
while" a fellow's talking. Say. I'm sixty
nine years old next November" when I'm
.;-ing to vote the straight ticket, peril ars
it'll be the last I fchall ever vote. . I'ye
lived in this town, now coming on twenty-two
years, and you se that rrs house
over yonder with the Cottonwood troe
just iimide thij door, well, that's were
Jem . Human endurance is pros
trated. A blow from a stuffed club and
he is .dead, to rise no more. He hun gone
to that clysium where the "wicked cease
from troubling and the weary are at
"That's my Pop, It's not Loadod."
It was only the other day mat we
wrote an-irticle about the fool'shuess of
parents allowing their children to play
wkh fire-arms. This morning a little
boy nearly lost his life through another
youngster being allowed to play with
his fhther's revolver. The children were
standing in Sirs. Jones yard ou Slain
htreet and Lou Junes had a large re
volver iu his hand. The mother of the
smaller boy (who is about four years of
age) noticed Lou playing with the re
volver, and thinking her child was in
danger, requested Lou to put the re
volver awny. In return he pointed the
muzzle of he revolytr at her and said:
"that s my pop," and Lou's mother
jestingly remarked, "it's not loaded."
Oil! I've heard that remark thousands of
times said the other lady, you shoubl'nt
allow children to play with such dan
gerous weapons, you don't know
whether it is loaded or not until it i
too late." With that she went into the
house leaving her little boy standing
where she first saw him. In the mean
time Lou had handed the reyolyer to hs
younger brother who deliberately struck
the child a fearful blow on the forehead
with the weapon.
The frantic mother ran out of the house
on hearing her child's screams to find
him pale as a sheet with the exception of
die crimson life-blood that poured down
his face. The mother of the boy that
struck the blow, Mrs. Jones, asked her
child, "What did you hit him for?" h
defiantly replied, "I hit him!" It the
eyolyer had been loaded he would Bave
When a person sits down and calmly
meditates over these frequant occurrences
he is almost forced to the conclusion
that he is residing among the Iloiteniots
or Zulus on the coast of Africa, instead
of iu a country which boasts of free
there no remedy for this crying
av'l? If not, whoso child will be killed
A lady po:-iuiiiiejs was asked, not
long since, why it wn.s thstlhe mails were
jo much delayed of late. "Iudeeil, sir."
mul tilic, "there are so many of these pos
tal card for in? to read that it takes my
whole tmie, so that I cau't atteml to the
mails." "Great heavens, woman! you
don't pretend to read all the postalrds
deposited in your office, do you?" said
the anxious inquirer. "Why, of course I
do," innocently answered the lady of
ficial, "for as potbing scurrilous, ob
scene, or tricked must oe written on
them, I must first read them myself in
order to ascertain whether it would be
proper to let them pass through the office.
I stand here as a sentinel upen the watch
tower to guard the morals of the com
munity. Uusiness is only secondary to
purity and virtue. To read these postal
cards I am determiud; yes, and care
A Petrified Body Exhumed.
Ahusta. Ga., April 19. A mot singu
lar discovery was made in the Augi'sta
Cemetery today. In accordance with in
structions leceired from members of the
family, the remains of 8. O. Gill ttc were
exhumed by Cemetery Superintendent
I'ryan, and intercd in a different section.
When th-; grave diggers hut uncovered
the coffin and went to remove it from the
;rav; it was fonn ' that two men could
not budg it. Usually after a body lias
lain in the ground for several years it b -omvs
ligii. lit it took six men to lift
this onu from the grave. T!;:5 singular
fact indue; Si,'t. 13. in to iisvi? tig-'t-into
tiie tujS'', uikI it was fiuud t'tat the
body was conipL-ti-ly petrified, and whs
as hard and solid and heavy as rock. It
was in a wooden coffin, and the top had
decayed so that the glass had fallen in on
tlu face. The weight of the glass had
somewhat disfigured the nose, but with
this exception and the sunken appearance
of the eyes, the face presented its familiar
appearance. When buried, however, the
face was clean shaven, and when looked
at todiy jt was covered with beard sever
al inches long, the fa;?c was dark and
presented the appearance of Iron, looking
not unlike a metal cast. Supt. Bryan
and those present, after making the ex
animation, prppeeded to bury the remains
in the new lot, but the slory leaked cut
this evening and Undertaker Idatt and
others will make an effort to get th- con
sent of theTain'dy to agiiu exhumj the
body for the purpose of making a critical
and -cier. Mtic examination. The remains
were br.iie 1 !-s than fnur yenrs ago, and
i!je short tine in which petrification has
(secured it u rein.-ukable and unusual ca?e.
Sr. Pavi.'s r,..y, Q'i bec, Apnl 20. A
very $!! o Jg earthquake sh;ck was felt
lure yesterday at 10 o'c'ock which lastrd
A C'ontiii)t liio!c Correspondent Describe
Route Ilemurkable Ceremonial How
lug IjOv tit the Nauio of the 1'rophet.
Short Scofions of I'rayer Sul Tacca.
But to return to the dervish chapel which I
was describing. A dt-ep gallery runs around
six sides of tho larp;e room. On the side next
Mecca, where the high priest sits, is a small
but lofty pulpit, reached by a narrow flight
of steis. Besides this you observe a portion
of the gallery is partitioned oftT and highly
ornameiitecL This, with tho screen of gilded
lattice next it, is( reserved for the .Sultan and
his harem. From tho lofty pulpit a sermon
is delivered on some sjeeial holy days, bui; at
sueh tiu.es all "CJhiours" are excluded. In
deed, there is little provision made for their
comfort at any time. Tho space set apart
for sjKX'tators is separated from that occu
pied by the brethren by a low railing, and it
is a motley gathering that nils tins space.
Tho center of tha floor 13 sacred to tho
brethern, and is worn so smooth by tho fric
tion of their bare feet that you would think
it had been polished and waxed. There is a
narrow strip of matting next the rail, on
which the brothers sit and kneel. Against
the pillars that support the galleries are hung
frames containing passages from tho Koran.
Abovo tho seat of tho chief priest is the
name of the prophet in large letters of gold
on a dark green ground. Tho high priesL's
seat is simply a crimson rug, where ho sits
cross legged, wraxped hi a loose green cloak
with wide Mowing sleeves. Tho musicians
are stationed in the gallery directly ojposito
the high priest.
It is an impressive sight when thedervisb.es
enter slowly, in single file, tho little gate of
tho iuelo.sure, with their long light brown
cloaks wrapjied about thorn, concealing their
hands. They first bow low to tho name of
the ijrophet, then with stej) kecxing timo to
tho music from tho gallery, which fills the
room with its low monotonous strains, they
take their xlaees, bend forward and rever
ently kiss the ground; then, with both hands
folded across the breast, seem lost in prayer,
their bodies constantly swaying to ami fro in
timo with tho music. Xow the high priest
rises and delivers an audible prayer; tho
others remain motionless with hands still
folded on the breast. At tho close of tho
pra3'er all bow their heads to the ground, and
a weird, barbaric melody ieals forth from
Instantly the brethren all join in the chorus.
The effect is iudescrible. Now the sound dies
away till it is but us the whisier of the winds
among the jmies, then it again bursts forth
with an energy that aprjears almost suxxjr
natural, followed by another stillness of
about a minute for silent prayer. When the
low strains are again heard they all rise and
slowly follow the high xriest three times
around the room. With arms still reverently
folded upon the breast they bow twico to the
name of the proiliet first on the side by
which they apiroach, then ou the sido ojj
Iosite which they manage to accomplish
very gracefully without once turning their
backs upon tho sacred name by slowly re
volving upon tho right foot.
The irocesslon is clc sed by a second iiros
tration. When each has gained his xlace ho
throws aside his cloak and begins the series
of remarkable evolutions which has given
them tho name of "dancing" or "whirling"
dervishes. Meaningless as it all seems to us,
to them every rite has a deep significance.
Their rapid rotary motion symbolizes the
motiou of the universe, their low weird mu
sic tho music of the spheres.
Their dress consists of a loose shirt-jacket
and full long skirt of light brown cloth. The
right side of tho jacket is fastened to the
girdle, the left hangs loose. The skirt is laid
in tleej ilaits oeneatn tne gumo, Their
rapid revolutions give these full garments a
bell shaped apix?arance, some of the most
expert among them making their skirts
stand almost at right angles with tho body.
The sjeetacle utterly bailies description. Al
though the sjiaco was somewhat circum
scribed they never once interfered with each
other's locomotion, but round and round
they spun, &d if impelled by an unseen
power; their e3'es half closed, their heads
bent toward the right, their lale, thin, i)as
sionless faces perfectly immobile, though
great beads of iersxiration were soon stand
ing on their brows.
If for any reason one of them made a sud
den iause, his garments wound about him in
a singular manner. Three times they all
paused for prayer, then resumed the rapid
motion, with one hand held upward to re
ceive the exjiected blessings, the other ex
tended downward to scatter them abroad.
Filially they resumed their seats on the strip
of matting, bathed in perspiration, when one
of tho brethren, who had seemed simply a
spectator, covered each with his mantle.
Then a dervish whose seat was at the left of
the high iriesfs delivered a long irayer, in
acOienm out rapid maimer, me last worn oi
each section being greatly prolonged. This
prayer was for the great ones of thoir order,
the dervishes bowing reverently as each hc-fy
name was uttered. When at length the nariM
of tho propht-t ootmrreii they prostratei
themselves on the ground. While they vere
thus iro.Mi-ate tho chief priest rose to his
k-.ices, delivered a short prayer, then took his
stand uxn the crimson rug. The xriests ap
proaching him slowly, one by one took his
hand, and jjresscd it to their lips and fore
head. The first that advanced stationed
liiuiosJf st t,je ritrht of the priest, tho second
i:i the same" manner uiuivd thy prit and
hij brother each in turn performed the same
ceremony until all had received the' kiss of
As no scats are allowed we stood fully an
hour and a half, every moment expecting to
see some exhibition of religious ecstasy, but
saw nothing of the kind. All the dervishes
looked weary and sad and all were very
thin except an African, whose extra avoirdu
pois, together with the yiolent exercise, soou
brought him to a ; 'melting mood1' arid he
retired to his seat looking but little like one
inspired with seraphic visions. Another
priest who claimed our notice was a beard
less youth with features cast in so delicate
a mold that you would have turned and
looked again and again before fully con
vinced it was not a young girl in disguise.
Another, a ' slender "boy of about 10 yeaw'
was remarked by us all because of the Jooli
of deep anxiety on his young face, but his
rapid motion seemed to fatigue him less than
Soon the salutations were all over and the
laiapel rras deserted, tho whole of the con
gregation dispersing without a word, as soon,
as they could reclaim shoes and umbrellas cf
tho iwrtcr at the door. J. A. Ledyard in
tai J-Yancisco Chronicle.
Too Mucli Imagination.
Applicant I hear that you want a uun to
writo up aJvertisements.
Circus Manager We do. What are your
' a Militant rl'ii a newspaper circulation
Circus ilanager Er I'm afraid you're too
imaginative to suit us. Life.
j LYEU l.IGUP I SCRATCELD.
Until the Skin was Raw-. Cody Cov
ered with Scales Like Scoto of
Morter. Cured by the Cutlcura
Ho mad lc s.
I nta irolug to tell you of the extraordinaiy
cliane you t't i n: lt.v Kkm Knie ih-i (.ii u.i t!
on liiu. Alu'iil tt.e 1st of April l..t 1 iiniicrt
v ine red pi. up e iike com.iijj eut all oer lay
body, but llioi -lu linlhii.j; of it utit'l Seine
lime I ti-r on, viien it brau to liok 1 I. e spots
til itiortur spjifea on, and wn:ch canie it !
layers, uircoinpauietl w lii it liln. 1 w.uil.l
g' rate li every nilil until I law. then the
uext alpht i lie scale. bHn;r f. rnird mean wliiin
wr-ie fTjiielial oil iigaln. In vain dul t con.
ul : l: the doctors iu the country, without nUI.
Alier pivlnjc up all hope- of recovery. I li p
peneritrt.see an advei tiseint-nt in Ho in -dapor
nl(ut your Cutl lira Hemedies, jir.rt pt;r-i-loisfd
theiii from my oiUKKlst. Bi ll i blalneii
almost mnyuiate relief. 1 bewail to no If,'
tluii the sci y eiU).tloi h gradually dropped ofT
a l tt sapneand nbv one, an 1 hate been
fully cured. I hart l .!if disease thirteen months
bel-jie I beKHii takiHtfU'e uticiira Kemediev
mul hi four or live wffks wai -titti e!y cured.
My divase waa eczema and iihii hirU. I re'i
omnif oi the Ontieiira Ueuiedics toad In my
vleiiiitv. an 1 I know of a treat inanv who li ive
l:iki-ntheniii.iiltlis:ik no- for the knowledge
of them, especially mot hem who lave bribes
with scaly eruptions ou their heads and IhmIts
1 cannot express In words t he thank- to you for
what the ( ulieu'a Keme iieii have been to nm.
My l oy w:-s cove-eit wi 11 prates and 1 was
Ktjectacle to ! hold. Now my tklu is
id clear -is a baby's
as nice and clear -is a baby
(JKO. CO I KY, Men-Ill, Wis.
Sept. 21, 188T.
Feb. 7. 18SR. Not a trace w' atsorv- r of the
di cave from whiih I sulleied ban shown itself
dim-c my cure. tiKu. C 1 ICY.
We oatiiiot do justice to the eideetn in which
Cutieura, the preat skin cine, and Cu'.iruia
Soap, an exquisite bUIii beaut ifier. piepaied
from it, and uticiira Resolvent, the new blued
pin ili r. are hel I by t liu thoti-ii.is no i -
andij whose Iiyvh li .-, Leva m ;. - .j
the cure of Hgonizitijr, hu:iii!iatiii;. itoid: g,
scaly anil pimply disease of the skin, scalp,
and blood willi loss ol hair.
So'd everywhere. Price, Cmicura. TiOc ' ::',)
2.r.e ; KesolvetK. I'lepared by the Potter
LM uir and Chemical Co., Kontiin. Mass.
JySciid for -lli.w to Cine Skin Diseases, "
64 page, .-0 iiiiisDations. and loo tes:imonials.
P nVTP-,KS- '"lack-heads, I'C'i. rough, (-happen
J7 ll.X an J oily skin preveued by Cci icl'k
Catarrhal ID angers.
To he freed from the danger of siillic.ittoi.
while lying down; to breathe freely, f!fi-
soundly am! unditurb d ; to lise refreshed
head clear, brain active and free from pai;r oi
ache ; to know that no oisonous, putrid mailer
defiles the breath and rots away the delicate
machinery of smell, taste and hearing; to f t
that the system does not, through its vei; s
and arteries, suck up the poison that is fine
undermine and diVtroy, Is indeed ablesi-iiiK 1 r
yoi.d ail other human enjoyment '. To pu ch; -
immunity from such a fate should be thn obj ;
of )l afllicted. I5at ihosc who have tried in-.- -remedies
a .d physicians despair ot re ief - r
Sanford's H idjfll Cure meets every phae
Catarrh, from oNlmpIe h-ad cold to the in -loathsome
and di'struci i .- wtai-es. It is lo
and constitutional. Instant in relieving, p-
manent in curing, saf , eeOLOiaical and m v :
fpihng. Sa n Kiiitn's Ua nil 'A i. ' 'i: k k con-it of im
battle of 1 he Kaimcal Ci uk. one IioxCata
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ail druLsts furtl.c
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i am. inllamnti n and Wo.iknesa. I'ttnlv
like and vat-My su prior to all other ulasle, -
At all (Irusff ists, 25 cents ; five for Si .00 :orn -
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I has re vol tioi.i.
i t he w.-r!:l during l,
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that can he performed all aver the conrtrv
without separating the wo.kers from t!-eii
h"iue?. l'. y liberal ; any one ca" do ihe v or!
ei- her sex. j'luiu or old : n special ability re
quired Cap'tal not ceeded ; you are star'ef'
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send you free, something: of great importacc
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which will Urinir you Iu more money riahi
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Bucklcn's Arnica iialvo.
The best salve iu the world for cuts,
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sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and postive
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guaranteed to give perfict satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
e i w mill-is ex'st in tr:cu
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H 5t-i by the maiAtiij o in-
"vjrlicn. Ti-i-se v.ho a e ii:
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can I it ii.e w Idle livirt; a'
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and receive free fill! i i 1 nti:i
srv. of ail a;res. ca ' earn f i "
s;oi iiiv ar-is v h evr ;he
arle 1 I t ee : enpiral pot need ('
1 over $r.O in one day at il.i
ed. rurfland. Maine
foil how either
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have nia I
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peiMip. many have n. :.-'.
ncvei'al bun red do'lr-
fi'-r 'very !t'.cuvtri"u
an i arc now liHikiiii;
pe1 ir.ouiii Ji is easy ii an i-ee io ii:iiie
a:id urwards per day. who is willing to wurk
Ki'l'ersex. younjr or ol ! ; eaiiital m t rceUeJ ;
wi start yen. E-ervt liii'fr new. No spr ei 1
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as shy one. Write to in at oi ce for fr.'l ;,ar
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j lerltTs Sale.
' By virtue of Jn Fxutiou issued by '-V. C
; Showalter. Clerk cf the .District Court niihiu
and for CBfs county. Nebraska, and to me :i-
' leeted, I will o the'ihduyof May, A. I
l?s. at 11 o'clock a. m. of fjild day at the s ;w h
door of the c nut ucttse In the citT of Tlatr
mouth, in said county, sell at public auction,
he fo'lowlneal estate io-wit : Lot one ! in
block s!ty-t.i (pai hi ti-.e city of f'i::f sm-'tuii.
' I'ass' county, N el-ruska. The same beiLj lv; d
upon and taken a the property of l"rerii-K .
ho llrslon. defer daut ; to salisfv a judpi- e; t
: of said o rt reeverea by William fj.
I plaintiff, agalnsl -1 def ndaitt.
I l"a:tsme.ut!i, NebTrch ro. 1. 19-8
' 3 5 J. C. Kik emu rv, thei iff, ('us Co.. rh
tice is h.-rchy jrlveu tLat by virtue of a
dpcrca' order of sale madvi by Hon . Si
Chap-nau. j'u'itt; oi ibe ilistrier court oi tiie
veetoi.i .Mttiiei il U iiirp't oi .ci raia, i w.i
t!e 7ih il;iv of May. , I. liS", at, J o'i loci;
f. M- on f-rt'.i ;av ut ihe front door of the !:
ceii't ho'.ise It! tl:e ci'v -f I'ia'.tsinouth. :'-.
e.Mintv. Nebraska, wi! at puhMe vendue ti'-
fo'.'-'wing cm rihed Ulnis t- wit: The v-
h.lf i f the n lutlnv -st q-:art- r of cc.-tion t!-r ; .
liire- :3:ii in townhi; t-Ieveu ill) not
' r. tue fourteen (14 e ft of ihe C'h i'. M. .t
C s-cn:".rv. Nebraska. Tetn.s of ah?
h i!f ce h . h i a 'pe on one year.1; lime, i-.
ce; t ii:li rt t-jcure 1 i v a inoitaa on ;
! -s.ls L::-;ka i I- Hrow . -
I Adaiinioirator of the e-itaie of J dm ftlo? . : i
good, deeeas d. 5-3 J.S. ilATUKWa Any.
-YOU SHOULD CALL OX
Where a inaynifieent
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
COUNEK MAIN AM) SIXTH
Jon aim a:. 11 a XT. J. W. Maktiiis.
roillv rAC'Kr.US ami dkali-ks in Ll'TTKK AND LCLiS. -
At.t , A. . j.awii Al'iJ) VMJi.
THE I5EST THE MAltKKT AFFOUDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sugar Cured Meals, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &c, e
vt our own make. Ti:e 1 est I. ratals of OYSTI'.ES. in cans uml Lulk, at
WHOLESALE AND LETAIL.
fc: t;z. j
W.Il keep ennxtatitly on hand
Orues and I
"Wall I'apcr and
PUR E L
3 S S R a F . Ni
U i u u o i
(- 6 jS T f 5 3 5 t M 1 i ' S :; 1
In Cass CoLinty.
lie also has thf Lttust stvles of mucliinci y, such as: New De,
.ni t iwe Culti ,;uors, I.uckeye and 3.1 iiir.capoli.s Hinders mid Mowers
Plows, Harrows and the eek-Lrated Lifter and Drill; Shuttler and
Moline Wngons. He rdso has cultivators from 10.00 up to 0.00;
Harrows am.! Plows in same proportion. He has a branch liouse at
Weeping "Water. Dei-nre and call 0:1 Frel before you buy, either at
Plattsniouth or "Weeping "Water.
UAP P.A A OF" $
: SOUSE :
22, 24, 26, 28, 30 & 32 Laks Street,
Pure-bred French Draft (Percheron cr Gorman)
AND ENGLISH SHIRE ISOKSES.
Vuitoi-s oixus wcliiae. Call &ud tec our borsc-s or riai for cai..:cc
slock of (Jooils ami Fair
PLATTSMOL"! H, NE11UAHKA.
J. M. It- HKKIS.)
a full and coiiiji'e'.e neck of im.e
a Full lmv
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