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PLATTSMOUTU. NKI5R ASK A, THURSDAY. AlKUJST 1(, 1888.
VOLUME XXI r. NUM II KR 22
$2.00 PICK ANNUM.
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This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity , Htrengt I' and wholesomencss. More eco
noiiii::il tliiin the ordinary k" Is, and cannot be
Hold in competition with the' multitude of low
tent, short weight alum or phosphate powders.
Sold Onl V ill C til. KoVAL. hAKIMI I'OWUKH
Co--.I'M Wall 8t. New York, a'.'tfi
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Couiiciinicn, 1st ward,
( .1 V Wki khacii
'( A SAI.ISItUKV
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I 1)1'. A SlIU'MAN
,. ) M 15 Mint I'll V
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., .. ;;..h O C'.NNOK.
. iV'SJl'OAKMC.T, FUKS
If W :OflJ.)N',0Al(MAN
J KllKII UOUPfeK
1 H IIAWKUWOUTH
board rub. Work
1'uptiiy Trousurer, -
Uecurdcr oj Deeds
CiorU of Di-triet Co.irt,
II. A. CAMritKL.L.
a c it i tc h k i k no
- W. H. Too i.
John M. Lkvua
W. C. SIIOWAL.TKK
J. C. ElK KNUAUV
A I.I. UN liKKSON
M avnako Spink
S'upt.ot l'ub. Schools,
County J u.Ue.
BOAKU OV 8UPKKVIS01tS.
A. I?. Todd, Cli'in., - - riattsniouth
I..UMH Kouz, - Weepin Water
A. H. Dickson, .- Kiinwood
I j..-. ;i-r 'i i'u-M(in.v evening of r'ah week. All
transient brothers arc respectfully invited to
lLATTMOl!Tll KNCAM I'M ENT No.:
-5 l r . Iijecis cyery aiii.ni.ni
-ii"u iinn l U iu the Masonic Ha
Broiheis Ho invited to attend.
mUIO LODGE NO. 81.
A. O. U. V. Meets
every alrernati Friday evening at lv. of 1.
hall Transient brother are respecwuny in
vited to attend. F. I. Morgan, MasterWorkmaii ;
F 8 1! irntow, Koretnau ; Frank Brown. Over
peer i. Ilmven, liuide; lieorije llounworth.
Reorder: II. J. Johnson. I- inancier ; wasu
'f'x'.ith. I'.feiver; M. Mayiu.mr.t, i utt Jl
J i-k ) .lavigi.e'i ly, nslt O V.,rO,
1ASS CAMP NO. 332. MODEKS WOODMEN
of America .Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of 1 hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with un. I.. A.
Newco ner. Veuerable Consul ; O. K, Niler.
Worthy Advi.svr ; S. C. Wilde, lianker ; V. A.
I. TTSMOUTH LODOH NO. 8, A. O. U. W.
ieiU- evc:y a'teriiiite l r'nlay eveninir at
n;.cV v.ilo(l hall at 8 o'clock. All transient broth
el i respectfully invited to attend. U H.
arson . f. W. ; h. Hoyd. Foreman: S. C.
Wilde. iCfuordnr ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
Il.A71:MOli'l 11 I.OIKiU NO.fi. A. K. X A.M.
f Meets oi; Ihe lirft au4 third Mondays of
a'H i'.ontli :t. lliei.- lll. All transient broth
ers are cordially invito! to meet w'uh us
J. U. UU'liKV. W. M.
WM. IIati, Secretary. .
..kM!iMia Hl'TKll. NO. :s. H. A. M.
A Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month :'t M.on'e Hall. Transcieiit brothers
are iuvued to mee. wu.i K WITK . p.
Wm. K avs, Secretary.
MX. zioN CO;.:M. NpAKV. Ml. 5. K. I.
MeeTs t.i-t aiiil third' Weflnesfl'iy night of
.Vt! month sit M iso i's liall. Visiting brothers
:;re conliaiiy iuvted t meet with us.
WM- Hav, life. F. K. WlHTK. I- f7-
iiSsi iiliCI.N() lAJI.UOVAL XUCANCM
v-' u. eetx the second and fourth Mondays of
tach mouth at Arcanum Hall.
li. N. Olknn, Kegent
I. C. 'Minor, Secretary.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A.
J. W. Johnson
C. S. T iss...
F. A. Hatks,..-. . .
I'.K.O. Nn ks
yl AMN Dixon
A x i se it" 6 V F a v
.1 AOOB UOHh'.KMAJf .
...Senior tee "
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. . .oii.cpi oi the Day
r ' Ouard
Serj. t Major.
..guarter .Master ft.-rtti
L. ". CUKTIS...
Meetiuir Satur.lay evenia
PLATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President Kobt. Ii Windham
1st S'iee President A. V: Todd
Und Vice l'resident Win Neville
Secretary F. Herrmann
Treasurer F. K. tluthinan
j O. l.icliev. i-. fc.- V-hUe. . C. Patterson,
. A. Conner, IS. rTieon, C. W. Sherman, F. (inr-
r, J. V. Weckbath.
ATTOUXETS AT LAW.
S. MATHEWS, Attorney at Law. Office
over Peter Mer-re s store, nortti slue of
I tin between 5th and 6th streets.
K. B. WINOHAM, JOHX A. DAVIK3.
Notary rublie. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - Xjclw.
Office over Bank of Cas County.
Plattsmocth; - - Nebraska
The Plumed Knight's Welcome on
His Arrival Home.
Hoston, AiiKiiHt 14. Tlie I'.laine party
was not astir until ut-j thia morning,
several callers on Maine were denied nd
mittance. At ll::i0 a delfijatioii froin
the Home Market cluli was admitted to a
conference, and at 12 the party left for
the railroad fetation. There were no de
monstrations en route. When the car
riage readied the station there was a large
crowd present, and it was with difliculy
that a passage was cleared ly the police,
lilaine was cheered ly the crowd, and as
the train was about to move away he
stepped to the platform in renpons to culls
and thanked the people for their kind re
cognition. The train then moved on its
way to Augusta.
The train arrived at Angusta at 8: IS p.
m. The front of the depot was a solid
block of humanity, shouting wildly. As
Mr. Blame stepped on his own grounds
the hand played "Home Sweet Home"
and he was loudly cheered as he walked
to the platform, accompanied by the re
ception committee, lion. W. P. White -house
then welcomed Blaine in a hearty
address, am then Blaine adyaucetl and
M thought, as my public history began
and centered here, that those who had
jfuowi me for thirty-five years inlglit t'S
tei,d a Cuidiai welcume, but! had no con
ception that men from all quarters
of the ewiiHiiou wealth would have
been here. You can have no conception
how it impresses one who has been for a
year beyond the seas to meet a welcome
like this. But you must take the will
fcr the deetj. for n.v wcnr3 cunnct ier.ci
i : . i ! i i . 'if ... 'i ti..'t i .
the hordeis oi thi vat assembly. I am
deeply indebted to you who come from
....o o. and it is to you
of Augusta, and of almost all Maine,
who hvc done me this great h nor I
pour out my thanks, I have seen much
in my last year, much ot countiies be
yond the sea, but have seen nothing in
any kingdom of Europe which did not
give me deeper and inoi-e profound ap
preciation of'my own country. I haye
seen nothing in European industrial sys
tems that did not confirm me in the be
lief that the system of the United States
is far wiser and more beneficent to every
working man. If I have in the past
spoken a worthy v.ord in 5tppqrt of that
system, in the future I hope to say many
more, and more weighty.
"I give you my prufoundest thankd.
There is to me no state like Maine, no
valley like the Kennebec, no city like
Augusta and no home like that home,"
( pointing to his house.)
Drowned in a Creek
WfF.j'ivi W.Yili fi'el Aiigust !."
The dead body of a in an was found in
Weeping Water creek, inside the city
limits this morning about 7 o'clock. The
body was identified as that of Albert
Carlson, a man twent-five years old; and
a Swede by birth. The verdict of the
coroner's jury was tha( the deceased came
to his detdh by "drowning- The water
was not oyer two feet deep where the
body was found. t was thought as the
man wi;s sjck (rem a partial sunstroke,
that he had wandered away from his
boarding hotine in a dtlerium and had
fallen into the stream. He had worked
for a short time here in Vancount &Len
rists stone quarries. He was last seen on
Friday of last week. The body was bad
ly decomposed, and it is likely hn.d been
in the vater since that tune. The re
mains were buried tonight at twelve
A Tcnibie Sight For Parents.
Ottawa, Ont., August 14. Lasteveu
niug while several lads were playing just
above Chandiere falls, Albert Legault,
about fourteen years old, was accidently
, , . . , . ,
pusuea into me riyer. i ue aiarm w as
"iven but too late for rescue. By the
time tj-.e toy reached tlie head of the
cataract hundreds of people stood along
side tlie brnk ot' the nyer, among thepi
his father and mother, powerless io an
swer their son's piteous cries for help,
but witnesses to the terrible death to
which he was rapidly driving. Just ns
he reached the falls he was observed to
throw his arms in the air and plunge in
to the seething waters 100 feet below.
c urious trcak of Xatilre.
Dr. Maltz Alsberg (Humboldt), referring
tq'a he goat now living at Wenigcnsommern,
near Erfurt, which yields milk very s,iroilar
tcj ordinary goat's milk, but rather richer,
remarks that both in man and in all mam--mamlia
a time must have existed when both
sexos were capable of yielding milk. Boston
Mindful of Ur Position.
Mistress (who has been writing a letter for
cook) How shall I sign it, Bridget Yt'ur
obedient servant, Bridget D'Toolihanf
' Bridget Faith, ond yez nade not Mum.
It's not to the loikos of Mary O'Shaunessey
that oim an obadient servant." The Epoch.
I.ai!i; !". 1 by
!W. t iiu.l iij.
It hi that in tho tni 't)r n v';it
;i:.n 1s I ravelin;; with a p.nrty reSliiJ'fr
luiiiter from the s ao.lt, wliCrc they Uu
i:l y liv.-j I liriiuln nit tho winU-r, l.ncl; inlaiul,
wli"iv they expect to se ) a nuinl-r of r in
.leer mitral i i iinrlliw:ii'il in warm si ring
-.e itiier. Such trijts I have inail.j a score of
t inc-i, ami hil:-, of co.nx', they will dilTcr
even in i ;.se:il ial, u tical one call easily lie
l.o.cn fiiii the 1 it.
The lirt ilay is h t r. -xxl one, for tho
ninny li' tie li. a.i.l it :;s of camping :n e
nr.t worl.ir.;; as liai nioniiKily as they will u
little later on. Tii" eariy mciui;:; (jf tho
Mteu:i l or thiiil t'.ay li:ii!s tho littlo partv
i.'eej) in a Miiliy eon.-.t l ucted smuv huusu
; ij;loo as the. K.ikimos call it ami as there
is a hni; day's 1 1-i alieail, to mako a deMivtl
hunting; t;it, it i iie ssary to ri.-o early. Of
course.it lias In:; u ilayli;.i.t sinco about 2
o'clock In tho iiioiuiii, although tho sun will
not re .eh tho vern.-.l r'luinox for six weeks or
two months, hut tho Eskimo Joes not use
Biich early times for his morning work, but
rises alout o or C o'clock to ln-gin the day.
The first ono to awaken at this hour arouses
the good housewife, whose duty it is to start
tho kitchen fire. She simply puts on he r coat
ami prepares to start tho lire directly in front
of her in tho stone lamp which does tho duty
of a stove. This is an open lamp, very simi
lar to a huge clam shell, tho llamo hu-i.in
along tho whole lentrth of iuo tieo edge, or
frni tan to twenty 'inches usually. The
wicking for this strange lamp is a compact
variety of moss, which grows on the rocks,
while tho oil is that of the seal or walrus-.
The lamp is of stone, a sort of ov, btyijet
steatite, as is also th" keViie, which hangs
over it; thd latter is a rectangular dish,
whose' length is about that of the llamo pf thei
lamp pver which it hangs. Nothing in thw
thick fetono kettlo ever boils, but timraers
way s long as the fire is kept under it,
until the meat in it Is cooked iu this way,
which usually takes about an hour with ten
der meats like reindeer, and Icaigor with wal
rus and seal. Tho meat is cor.tti In" chunks
varying in size, but averaging about that of
one's list, audrhp l&uly to Lh served the
hri,i.Vfasf ij " jir fvq' 'coin-scs, to ta sjWt
l-lj st coiues the pieat iwnded around to the
party, who by thin time are dressed in their
ITindiHTfuiU "Vlieji tho r;lea eaten, tha
soun tmg from its boiling is passed
nroiiud, and if it is very cold weather, this
part is not considered perfect unless it has
an inch or two of hot greaKH Eiivlir.njing on
its surf a so. This, uujonbtcdly, ''assists- theai
in resisting tlia 'intense cold of the climate.
Vjth the meat, too, a large amount of fat is
devoured during tho cold winter weather.
Eieut. Schwatkain Tho Chautauqua!.
Itrain Xot Essential to Life.
Physiologists sreak of death as occurring
through tho cessation of the action of either
tho brain or the heart or the lungs. But
the braiu cannot be regarded as an organ
absolutely essential to life, however neces
sary it may bo to its regular and systematic.
course. The entire oi gan may be reiuo'vej
fivnn cei'taiu, kinds of animal.?, and yet life
goes a'lmost as perfectly for a tin',c as though
it wire still there to dominate tho rest of h$
body. Tho heart beats, tha hi'igs respire,
tho stomach digests and the teveral glands
continue to elaborate tho seoretious proper
to them, and not only all this, but actions
are performed which aro well calculated to
excite astonishment in those who see them
for the Grst time and who have embraced
the idea that all intelligence resiih-s in ho.
T.h":, (So, instance, if ibo brain lo entirely
leiiicved from the bead of a frog W!t tho web
between the toes bo pinched, the limb is im
mediately withdrawn; if tho shoulder he
scratched with a needle tho hind foot of tho
same side is raised to remove the instrument;
if tho animal is held up by one leg it s?r ea
gles; if placed on its ! u poWUioii to
which fp,n ucvw it great antipathy it im
mediately turns over on its belly; if one foot
bo- held firmly with a pair of forceps the frog
endeavors to draw it away; if unsuccessful,
it places tho other foot against ha instru
ment and pushes firmly in tho cilort tore
mcvp it; btill not succeeding, it writhes the
body from side to side and makes a move
ment forward. I have seen a rattlesnake
strike after its head was cut oft, and a viper
bus been known to crawl straight for its hole
in tho wall after suffering like mutilation.
Nor aro such experiments tho only evi
dence that we have that life may persist
though tho brain bo absent. It sometimes
happens that individuals of the human species
are born without brains. Ii ono instance o!
tho kind life was p'eserit for six month.
Though very feeble this being had the faculty
of sacking and the several functions pf tho
body seemed to be well performed. Its eyos
clearly perceived tho light and during tho
night it cried If the candle was allowed to go
pvt. Aftvi: utath tho cranium was opened
and there was found to be an entire absence
of the cerebrum. In another caso that of a
male infant which lived eighteen hours,
there was found after death no vestige of a
brain, nevertheless respiration was estab-
j hshed; tho pupils contracted to light; bitter
I juice put into the mouth was irarr.od,ateiy
juice put into the mouth was irarr.od,ateiy
rejected and loud noises caused movements
of tho body. In another case in which the
cranium" was entirely empty life continued
for four days, yet this being opened and shut
its eyes, cried-, sucked and even ate bruth,
William, Al Hammond.
THE PILOT'S WIFE.
The moon shines out, with here and there a star.
But furious cloud ranks storai both stars and
The mad sea drums upon the harbor bar.
Will the tide slacken soonf
O, Eea. that (.ock'st my -y-pinigest, wilt tbo,n
' eparei' " '" '
And the sea answered through the black night
"1 took thy youngest. Shall I spare to-night"
"Th& thund&ring breakers sweep and slash the
To westward, lo! one line of cream white foam;
I raise to darkling heaven my helpless hands;
I watch within the home.
O, sea, that took'st my eldest, wilt thou save?"
And the sea answered as from out a grave,
'I slew thine eldest son for my delight."
''The giant wares piut.se g'c smngly beach;
"i'ttS tawny mined great lions of the sea
Willi pitiless roar howl down all human speech.
Is God far off from me?
O, sea, that slewest my sons, mine husband
The sea's wild laughter shook and rent the air;
I Loj on the beach a drown'd face deadly white.
-nww Rarlow In BBUfra!."
A i It ICC 11 1! I 'A I. I M I' I. KM KN is.
II a l.i. .v l:.:t:.
A(M ieiilt 1 in I .It-men t s, ( inn land lluj'iiieit
and I; ill li folil U;u:ni;v, "liund lin:l,er and
!' Iry." sold and Warranted. .Main street.
between iSi x . li and Seventh.
V 1 1 ! ST N A T H I V A I SANK,
of I'lattsiiioiilh. Capital .'i(i.iii1o ; suipln? v,.
linn. .John K it"erald, l'r,-i-i.leiit ; S. Wauli.
Cashier ; K. Vi. w hite, iee-i'lesideiit. Hoard
of Director : .lohn Fit j;erald . F. K. White,
.Ino. It. Clarli, D. ilaksnoitli, S Wallah.
D Till: CI II.KNS BANK,
of riattsiiiouC. apit .1 stock pai'i in, s'.n.niiO.
Frank Camith, 1'rei-ideiit ; W. II. Cashing,
Cashier; .1. A. Connor, Vice-I'ret-ident. a
irelieral banking blli-i-iets trmo-aeted. Collec
tions receive pi'om.,1 and careful attention.
Blaeksiuith urn! Wairoini'aker, Dealer in .Vind-iiiill.-,
l'liinjis and Fillings.
Boots and Shoes. Uepaii lug proiujitlv :ttein!cd
to. South Side .Main street.
BOOTS AND SIIOFS.
Acoinplete a.-sort uieiit of every kind of Foot
wear and chea'icr t han the Clll':i!INt if
t he .Missouri Ki .'c -. .', ; j ;.,
Bei.'airinj;. ' "
BABBKK S"OV Aif.i i;.VTn BOOM.
' 'Bl. .MOIM.KV.
Ilof and Cold Ba'hsat all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair CuttiiiK specialty. Cor. r.th
and tMa:u. under CarruthV.
I'.read. 'ukr.. I'ics. 1'itiis, etc., fic-h daily,
rail -, . Wedding and I- a-ey Cake a special.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
U V. Ol:NiJ,
BookselU.r. Siamuier. and News Dealer ; Fancy
i.oo.ls, 1 oys. Conteci ioneiy, Fine cigars. Soda
water ami Milk shake, I'ianosand organs ami
y, S. & C. MAY KB.
'Tit's Furnishings, Fine Tailor M;do Cloth'n.g
iu Men's. Boys' and Ch i'di ciC W,'.u. - '1 heir
pliees defy con , e.i .1 ii,i. ' ' '-ihuv misrepresent
nothing, 'J peir Word je 'i heir hoii).
Cloth'i p, Fe-iiishing Coo.is. Co to the old re
liable house for Hals, Caps. I'liibrellas, Ti '-.T.ks
Boots, shoes. Main street., ne.t Cass Co, Ba ik'
C. V V,'.-v-,:l v
Clotluii'j. Mat ... Cups, '.ye. JfV i-uinisiiings
o.,r speriahy. yiie pricr- and no Monkev Hus
liusi'. it p'.ys to traue with us. Bockwood B.Ik.
PANMNU COMI'AN V "
CAKKCTll CANNjNti Co.,
I-rank Carruth, liaiy .i Strei'jht, rrorietors.
PaeUejs oi UiCiiiaay Brand egwtahav.
W 1'itll. 1.111 KK.M'S.
I l nits. Con feet loner v and Fine Ciga "c.
V O. Y. SMI H CO,
Dealers in Wall l'aper. Faints. Oil. Art Mater
ials, Cigars .Ko. Bockwoo.l Blue!:.
ii it if i Vf: r .
Ui ug-i, Clien.ieals. Faints, Oila.
i- V. (! FlilCKB ,t CO..
Drills, Me!iuiiics. ciieinicals. Faints. Oils,
-:iriisht s. Dye Stuffs etc.. b ine Mationery,
elect Toilet and Fancy Article.-.
F. S. W 11 inc.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. corner Main n'.ui yU Su.
' " ... ti I." f i i i vv
ijy ii.icitJ, Notions and Bailies' Fin aishing
Good, One doorea.-t First National Bank.
DUY GOODS. GBOCKi; IKS.
B. G. DOYKY SOX.
Carry a l uge stock of Fine Groceries. Drv
Goods, Carpets. :eensw are. Notion. M.nl
Fancy Goods, to be found in t!;o voitiny. ' bp
ler Ma n i-trect, bet.ve,;n -lli and Oth.
L DBS. CAVK & SMITH,
"The Vainless Dentists." Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harm, Ar. ificial leeth
inserted iinniediatelv after extra;-! itu; muurat
ones when desired. Go!., ,i v,.l all other - iilings
strictly first rUi-J oiliee in luiun Block.
H EN BY BOI-'CK .
Furniture. Bedding. lookiin; Gl:.isr, Vieture
Frames, etc. Wooden :uid iMelal Crkets kept
r I. TEABI-MAN.
Km .i il in e. Tarloi Suits, Cpho'stery Goods.
Stoves, liieensware. Tinw are, and all" kinds of
Household Goods. North ct'i street, between
Main and Vine.
riENT'S FCKNI1IING GOODS.
4J .1. H. DON ELl.v,
Gent Fine Fi(rniriie; ail IiaiCei-. Tne most
coinplete and ,iuc.;t'sfock in the city. Carruth
Block, Cor. aih ami Main.
M. B. MUJU'IIV Co,,
The Leading Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, L,;tii Wooden and Willow ware,
Fiour, Feed, s.e. Cash pa'd for country produce,
LKHNHOFF & SOENMCHSEN.
Groceries, I'rovisions, Glassware Mid Crockery.
F. McCOl BT.
Green, Staple and Faucv Grocc;
BENNETT Sc Tl'TT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Green Fruit ap.d
A CG. HAC1I.
Groctrir nnd Uueeiis.vare, Flour anil Feed.
Cig;trs, Tobat-eo and Cuilery. Biddle House.
Proprietor City IBdei. Terms. SI. (Mi iier day.
S; ccial Attention given coinnieK-ial men.
W. G. KEF.FKi;,
Successor to O. M. Knvj;n.!. iii.ie.-.., Saittllery
Goods. Neij. Hobcs, Bu'-tt'is and :;lf horse fur
Hardware. Ptoyes. Tinv. ar., Tai.io iind Pocket
Cutlery. R;w;oi,, etj. iloiiM-hold Sew ii;g Ma
chiiiv and Jewel Gasolim stoves. Tinwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Main
street, liockwood Block.
w FBANK CAKKCTH & SON.
Always cairy a line stock of Diamon-'s.Waccii-es.
CI cks. .lev.elrv. Silverv a-e ;,i1 upectr --le.
Droji in and insi.eej ',Uri,vi.oij ueiore pareha
1115 e'sewl ev,;4
w J. SCHLATEB,
.Tewrler. WaUham Watches a Secialty. Maiu
Street, Liear Fourth.
w ii. A. M. ELWA1N.
Watcliaf?. Clocks. Silverware and Jewelrj.
Special" Attention given to WateJi Bepaitini;.
Take Time by
ZDO - 2T OT .
nrn (;ki:at c
Will terminate Aug. 27.
Wo aro undor contract to opon oir UTair
irxont SCoiico Soptombor let.
Those who Icivo iiut t.'then ailvaiitfwc
of tlie IStiraiiis oHoretl ilailv at our (Jrat
(Mo-itto- Out Sale will rcorct it when we
At 60 Gls. per Pound, Worth 75c.
Dress CrooJ? Sale, Great Cloak Sale,
Silk Sale, Carpel Sale,
We arc too Iu.y
To accommodate the n'eat rush we will kct-p our store oj.eii
until 10 o'clock . m.
SOLOHOIl ik NATHAN,
Wliite Front Iiv Ci-oods 3fTou.se
T 1YF.KY STAHLK.
il C. M. HOLM ICS . SON,
The Checkered Bai ii. Lively. Feed and Sale
stable ; pari ie.s conveyed to all parts id- u,,. eii v.
Carriages at all trains. Corner Vine and :tn.
Tl.TEAC MAB K ET.
M U1CHABD B ILSTE! N.
Who'es;.V ai'vi I'.etail Dealer in First .uality
Beef. B.i.k. Mutton. Veal. Lamb, etc. sixth
siree', Neville Block. Brices moderate.
.1. HAT T & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Bender their own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main street .
TV I BAT MABKKT.
Eggs. Poultry Ac. We use o ly the best grade
otnative stock. Oysters and game in eeasou.
MEBCHANT TA 1 LOB.
C. F. SMITH.
Merchant Tai'or. Mailt ireet. over Merges'
shoe store. C'tiin !ete, took of s;taip!-s. Fit
l;unr;j:itcC(l. l'ri us defy cotti petition.
l'l ?.l BS. J. F. .JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latest, Styles of Mil
linery and Trimmings ; alo Children's and In
fants' Bonnet s. to he closed out at cost.
RESTAVBANT AND LCNCH BOOM.
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at a'l hours.
Also oysters, cigars. Tobacco, Poji and Cider.
Opposite Biddle House.
O JOHN BLAKE.
Sample Boom and Billiard Hull. Choice Wlc.fcs,
Liquors and Ci-giirs. B.lllaid anil Bool Tables.
V FBAH.M KLIF.TCH.
Sample Boom, lmporied and Douiest ic Wines.
Liquors and Cigars. Onlv straight goods han-
riled. Milwaukee Botlleu Lager a Spe- ialty.
J llK AM EB1CAN EXCHANGE. I
Ni-' k Cunningham, proprietor ( hoiee Winrs.
LPliiors and cigars, rool and BU.iard 1 aides.
B'udle Hou-e Block.
THE Ki.lvilOIlN' S A I.oO V .
VC, IVIw.r ..... l r.f
SodaWatcv. e.i.ch iVei-.r. "'Cider, etc.- Agents for
Fred ia-uji5..le'v rated Lager Beer.
WM Tv BROKEj
Personal attention to all Cusincs L';iirut-
to my care.
vmuiiv iv ,ivi,'ii'S
Ti.ie t--;aniiued, Absturcts Compiled, In-
sin in.-e Written, Peal Bttate Sold.
t. .- ..... - ,. .
Better Facilities for making Farm Loan than
: Any Other Agency,
PUumuuih, - Xelj ilia
V' N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
give prompt Attention to all tiilnes! fn
i trusted to him. Oltiee in Cnion Block, East
I side, plattsu-ouiii. Neb.
i.osini hit sai.i:
to make a Price Lit.
llsivinc this (lav h11 my ftock
of Hardware, Stoves, Till ware, etc.,
to Messrs. Urekenleld k, AVeid
inaii, I would respectfully and ear
nestly ask that all those in my debt
come lorwiird promptly and settle
their accounts: as it will he neces
sary lr me to close up 1113' business
I , 1 : 1 t. i ,f,s;; J,l( ln-f'orp fll-
. ls i-p'-toll .IS pofc.-ioic DCIOICCII-
on"'nff in('1' pursuits. 1 al?o
take this occasion to thank the
public, both in tlie city and county,
for tlie very liberal patronage giv
en me diirimr the time I have been
enframed in business here, and hone
I tl, t. , , , r. 1 1 1.,, vf,.,l,.,l ..r
rx'"k t -ivv
SUCCeSsOrs. .1 JS U. J U A.
Any one paying up their subscription
and 21 cts. can liave tlie Otnalia Weekly
fe, till Tmnirv 1t 1 K0
; t''t 1111 -January 1st., f . J.
Rev. J. W. Simmons, D- D.
UKII, Cll'll IUJU1 Cr-
. son should possess. It tells of all the
j foremost colored men of the United
States. It gives their biographies, and
; has over 100 fine steel engraving's.
JOHN C, BOOTE,
i Agent for CV.ss County.
j bnerin staie,
By viriue of aa .ecntion !stied ly W. C.
i sl"'w''ter. Clerk of th Iytrict Coui't, within
and for Cass county, Nf-braska. and to me Ui-
j reefed. I will on tlo isth day of September, A.
1. 1-liis, at -g o -clock p. m. of said day, at the
i south door of the Court House in the city of
! I'la'tiinoutb. in said county, sell at publlcauc-
, ,iun. the following rc-Ml estate tr-W it :
! lliai.,.1 h.j!fi: .1.1 ll.........-... ,.n..A.fl
01 me uoiiuwcai .iiiarter ) oi ection nineim.
in township twelve (l-jj, range thirtem 113), east
of the lith P. M.. Cass cour.ty. Nebraska.
'I he same being levied upon and taken as the
properly of Thomas J. Thomas. Defendant ; to
satisfy a Judgment of cai.I Court recovered by
William L. Hair's, Plaintiff, against said lftu
dant. Plattsmouili, Nebraska. Aug. nth, A. I.. l5.
J. V.. F.TKKMiAKV.
22-5 SheriltV. County. NtU.
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