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Tho Rally at Ashland.
I'li.m Hatnrday'B Dally.
Tlic spucinl wus udvcrt'iKcd to kuvc the
t tie depot hero ut (!::() lant evening, hut
lis idl preparations for the departure
eonld not he mule hy lhat time, the train
did not pull out until after 7 oYlork.
It is e-ilimated that from four to live hun
dred people went from here. The yoiini
In lies cluh h re turned out about titty
strong and looked very h nil ing with
their dark hlue dresses with white star
decorations. The young men's! rrpnhii
fun eluh also turned out in fine style,
with tho 15. A'M. hand at their head. The
whole crowd became piite t-iithurfhistic
leforc the train pulled out; all were evi
dently hent on having a good time.
Delegation were picked u; at different
towns along the line, and he fore reaching
Ashland, the cars were erowdi-.'l so that
it was difficult to find standing room.
The train arrived nt Ashland ahout 8
o'clock, and the various rlulw which had
formed in line near the depot were await
ing the Arrival of the delegation from
yiattsiHOUth and intermediate point.-.
Shortly ri'tcrwards every chili had suc
ceeded in forming in line with the pro-
cessi.on and commenced the parade. The
crowd immense, and the illuminations
along the 15ie, very attractive. Several
were heard to remark as they passed the
private residences which were most beau
tifully illuminated, that tiny pre
sented the handsomest appearance they
had ever seen for any thing of the kind.
The proeesfon was forujed iu the follow
X'.iie Ashland hand, ladies' republican
dui, unhrclla hrigude and Ashland llum
heau cluh. Jog caliu with its decorations
of coons and conveying the veterans of
M4!t, Greenwood iidjes- club and ttoreh
riht procession, Walioo 1ij.nd, ladies'
cluhaud torchlight procession, Platts
iuouth hand, ladies' eluhand torches. It
ras a grand procession, nearly u mile
long, marching through he Ktreets with
Hying baiiiieis and burning torches. The
minors bore iironiidcuoLi inscriptions,
rnwj;g which wen-, "It and the red ra
V. Hariif.'n and the American l5 ig.'"
"Nehnisk.i'ss pride, Chas. F. Manderson.
I". S. S.," "(J rover" rnotto: Fish and
Jt'iawtish," "Vote for oiii- Tom Pickett
J'.r State Senator." "J. if. Th-iyer the
After the procession, the ladies' club.
Tfore entertained to a supper hy the young
ladies cluh of Ashland, in line style.
It was estimated there were eight hun
dred in the procession. After the pro
cession came thva speaking, which had
been arranged for, .Senator ManderscL
at the opera house anil Kcv. Tate at the
rink, both of which Mere crowded t
overflowing. Senator Mandcrson begai
liis speech by saying that Ashland, wit I
3ier neighbors, has not, painted the towi
red. but red, white and blue. These vas.
assemblages were more than marchiiu
and .speaking: they mean victoi v. I
means that avoirdupois mu;t give way t
brains. (Jrovcr Cleveland must give wa
to 5en Harrison. lie gave a grand (lis
:ussion of the tariff question, ileclarin
jhat unless England succeeded ingi ttim
the United States to adopt free trade, s-li
would herself adopt protection, whicl
prove! that the American system of pro
tection Avas recognized as the most suc
cessful way of encouraging our intertstr
and laborers. It has been the grandes
demonstration of the campaign, anc
very republican has gained new encour
gement and is determined to work fr-ui
now until the Otii of November will
revived vigor, which will issue arousin:
republican victory and the banishmen1
of hoodie McShane.
From 1 liursdayV Daily.
No. o pulled through here yesterday
in two sections conveying harvest excur
jsionists from the east out west.
A chimney blaze from Judge Chap
man's house last night, which lighter'
tip that vicinity for about an hour, ere
nted considerable excitement. The 1 laz
threatened more danger than was appar
There is a man in jail to-day win
was arrested last night for stealing a fin
overcoat. lie is obstinate when ques
turned and will not give his name or am
information concerning himself. Sheriff
Eikenbary informs us that he answer
the description of a man wanted oui
west for jail breakiucr. He will be held
here until a reply is received.
The Oak street hill in the vicinity of
J. V. "Wcckbach's n side nee isbeing gia
tied down and a road made over it. Tht
water company will be at another ex
pense of lowering their main pipe on that
street also. Ahead), as far as the work
is completed, the street presents a much
more attractive appearance and this im
pryyewent will certainly cause a boom to
giroperty along the line. To judge from
present indications, tne stieet will I e one
if the most desirabl-j iu the city when
the work is completed.
A wreck occurred at the Oreapolis
junction last night in which an engine
v?m disabled and four or five cars smash
ed up Jiadly. An extra wpst bound
rain going over the main line hal stop
jied about half way across the switch.
Engine No. 112 was pulling an Omaha
trft stock train to Paciuc Junction, and
it is reported that the engineer paid no
attention to the semaphore which w:is
shown and could not diet the trdn in
time to prevent the collision. No ne
The Cleveland nin siy that Iliil will
inn 41.00O behind the national tickit in
.New York, and the Hill men say that
r;lei eland will run 30,000 behind the
f.taifi ticket, Ail that is eercain in the
t.vrangle is that Il trrison ami Miller will
-arrvNew York by g o J, tat? irajoKtic.
THE PCOPLES KITCHEN.
I m.1 1 uinUJiea ut Ctmt for th Working
I'coplM of Switzerland. ..
Dnritif mv recent vacation I had an op
portunity of visiting one of the "Cuisines
Populaires" that are coming to be a pecu
liar feat lire or homo inuusiriaiceuier.ini
Switzerland. In DJ77, w Idle a socialist So
undress was in session at Chaux le -Fond 9.
near Neuchatel, one of tho speakers said:
"All 1he arguments in tho world will not
have us much effect on t he working man
u.i a good plate of hot soup." These seed
were kowii on good pround, for a month
lat r tho lirst popular kitchen was opened,
and similar institutions are now to be
found in other parts of Switzerland. Tho
aim of theso kitchens Is to supply work
ing people with good wholesome food it
cost price. They are not charitable insti
tious in any sense of the- word, nor do
they depend on contributions from the
rich, nor on bubsidies from the state. In
order to keep them going. They are joint
stock concerns, but in order to Interest
the largest number of persons possible In
their success the value of the shares id
fixed at a minimum sum.
The fiuo I visited has a capital of 10,000
francs, 7,000 francs of which lias been
paid in, and tho bhai'cs aro held by very
nearly 7,000 persons. It owns the build
ing ft occupies, which, though by no
means palatial, is amply sufficient for the
purpose. On the ground floor there are
two dining rooms, large enough to ac
comnuxiato from COO to 650 persons, a
smaller one for women, a waiting room
and an office. Tho establishment is run
on a strictly cash basis, but instead of
paviug with money customers Bettle by
mJaus of checks, which can be purchased
in any fiujmtities, and it Is not unusual
for workmen to purchase theso checks in
sufficient quantities to last them r month.
The kitchens are all located in the base-
incut, where is also the "cant me, a
branch ; ihJ institution about wiucn l
shall say more- presently. The bill of
fare and the prices are the same fii all the
dining rooms. Three meals are served up
in clode succession, ui.d as no one is al
lowed to rema)n .t fable, after he ha3 fin
ished his repast tho institution ja able to
feed about 1,00 people daily.
Hot ween ioea hours food can bo had by
any who want it, bui io wine s ever
served except when accompanied rvith
food. The prices charged are as follows:
Soup, one quart, ft cents; half quart, 2
cems; Jieat, boiled or roast, one-fifth of u
pound If the iaticr. a tritlo mom if the
former, 5 cents; a ration o vegetables, 2
cents; wine, 2 cents a glass, '3 cents per
half piitf or 12 cents for a litre; a ration
of bread, J cent. So you see a person can
have a square meal, complied of bread,
mcs.t; vegetables and a glass of wine (and
I may that jtbis latter article is of a
good quality wl bold P"f) for V3 ecrlts
The institution not only supplies fts cus
tomers with meals, but ai&o Sf:li4 them
( cooked food to carry away with thtii:.
i Tbi brunch of the bureau is conducted
ut the cauthifr, where prices for bread and
meat are the same as in the dining rooms,
but the portions are ouo-teiith Zarc, and
two portions of vegmab3 aie 'sOiti tve 8
Cuisines populaires also furnish the
public- schools of tho town with soup
irratuitously ni,d with bread at cost price.
Tho managing comtuittee are supplied
with a certain number of checks that they
can give away as they please, and all the
food left oyer at the end of each day is
distributed to the poor. The cuisine is
managed by a board of directors who form
three committees, charged respectively
with looking after tho wine, food and fur
niture. Tho employes are few in num
ber: a stewardess, who receives; a salary
of 1,:X)0 francs a year; a female cashier
and cook, each of whom is paid Go francs
a month, and some girls to wait on table,
who are paid 2o francs monthly. In addi
tion to their wages all the employes are
fed of course, and those who are only em
ployed a few hours each duy can gain the
rest of their time in factories. Henry
Elavnie in New Orleans Pieavune.
Fluting Crasshoiicrs in Algiers.
Various devices are resorted to. Two
,uch are most in favor, tho "melnafas"
xnd the "appareils Cypriotes." The former
consists of cotton or woolen cloth of a
very rough surface, wbich is spread over
the ground. Tho locusts are caught in
the coating, arc shaken together and
are turned in deep ditches or otamped to
death. The "appareils Cypriotes" are
sheets of muslin about 200 feet long and
J feet wide, stretched over frames and
placed upright along the path of tho in
vaders. It is the habit of the locust not
to turn in its progress, but to endeavor to
jiirmount everv obstacle in its way. It
will try to climb tho cloth, whithis beaten
by sticks. The insects fall to the ground,
aro swept together and destroyed. Tho
artillery also fires heavy charges of blank
cartridges into the swarms, the cavalry is
employed to stamp the insects into the
ground, and tho native troops aro not fur
nished with rations of meat iu order to
stimulate their appetite for the great
national dish, stewed locusts, broiled
locusts and locust raw.
The Virtues of fhe Mule.
The mulo is very rarely sick not near
so often sick as is tho horse. Its hoofs
aro much sounder. It is not so apt to be
injured, not being so easily frightened.
It will do tho same amount of work ou
two-thirds tho amount of food required by
the horse. It will cat coarser food. When
properly bred and handled it is full as
trustworthy and Industrious as tho horse,
and more docile than tho horse. Tlie do
cility and patience of the ass is proverbial.
Tho mule endures exposure better than
the horse. It will endure heat better, and
I have never been able to perceive that it
did not endure cold as well, though the
notion that it cannot is general. But therp
is no good reason why it should not endure
tho weather of the northern states. While
tho mule is most used in warm climates,
it is also used in regions where the temper
ature is full as low as in our novthern
states, and there lasts longer than do our
horses. Country Oentlenian.
A Terrible Downfall.
Mrs. Illghpriee On, my daughter, we
aro ruined ruined!
Evelina Ilighprice (gasping for breath)
O mother, dear, tell me, tell me what
has" come upon us!
Mrs. Highpiice (solemnly) Daughter.,
our old coa-4L. man's beautiful lavender
p-nt-l-o-ns are too largo for the lovely
little dove we have just engaeed. Yankee
JJlsde. " '
A Sjecial Inducement.
Agent I'd like to insure vonr life.
liespectablo Old Party I dpu't want
ny life insured.
"But we offer special inducements.
Every policy is paid Am death."
'Well, all the companies do that."
"Yes, but we pay up ven if you are
hanged. How's that for a fcpecird'iuduet;
uieuti"' Texa Sitings. ,
S. l THOMAS,
Attoruev -at-I.aw ami Notary Public.
Ki;z.'eru!cl Uloi k. I'lattsiuoutli. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attorney-at- Law. Will ulve prompt Attention
t" all liifh)cs iiitnisteil to Jiim. Ofliw In
Union block, Eiist tluc. l'latl.sinouth. Neb.
yTTui C f 11 U K A I. I M I'LKM KXTS.
XV. HA I.I. A; ( KAMI,
Arii-ull mihI Implements, ui llanl Ilngsrie
nail Until font Watson". "MJooil limber and
r.mie Iry," sold and Warranted. Main stieet,
between Sixth and Seventh.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK,
of Phittsnioutli. Capital smi.ikx) ; surplus $11,
0m. .lolni FiltreraUl, I'rceiilent ; S. WhukIi.
Cashier; V. 'C. White, Vice-President. Hoard
of Director : hn Fitzgerald. F. E. White,
.Inn. It. Clark, D. iiawksworth, S. Waiu;h.
THE CITIZENS BANK.
f I'lat turnout:. . Capit 'l stock paid In, !50.noo.
Frank Carruth, President ; W. M. Cashing.
Cashier; .1. A. Connor, Vtce-lreddent. A
ireueral hanklut: butl'icm transacted. Collec
tion" receive prompt and careful attention.
Blacksmith mid W'atjonmaker, Dealer In Y'uul
niillr, rumps and Fittings.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boots and Shoes. Repaiimt! promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A complete af-fortuient of evei y kind of Foot
wear and cheaper tl(an the clieauest st of
t lie Missouri River. Also inain(fai tilling and
BARBER SHOr AND BATH ROOM.
Hut and Cold Baihsat all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty . Cor. 5th
and Main, under CarruthV.
Bread, ("akes. Pies. Bpis, etc., fresh daily.
Party, Wedding and Fin-dy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
J. P. YOU NO,
Bookseller, Stationer, aiid New Dealer ; Fancy
Coods, Toys. Confectionery, Fine Cigars. Soda
Water and Mi!k Shake, Pianos and organs and
S. & O. MAYER
Onl's Furnishiilj.'S, Fine TV.llor Made Catliin
Men's, Boys' and Children's Wear. Their
ices tle;' Cinir0tUlon. Thpv misrepresent
ith'ii":. Iheir w.iid s 'H.t.."r liona,
O l. ooi.nrNo.
Clolh't'e. Fu-ni?-hii!!S (inods. Go to the old re
Mahle house for Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Boots, Shoes. Main street, next Cass Co, Bank.
f LOTH ING.
C. E. WESCOTT.
Clothing. Hats. Cans, te. Fine FnriiishiiiK?
mr specialty. One price and u Monkey Bus
inesx. :t t'Hys to tade with us. Roekwood Blk.
PANNING COM PANS.'.
V OA It RUT 11 OA NNJ NO CO..
Krank C:viiit!, Henry .(. Strtiht. Proprietors.
Packers Eif rhe f'jh,;;---. Israeli Vegelable!".
0 1M1ILLIII KRAUS.
1 ru't. Confectionery and Fine Cigars.
O. P. SMI. IT & CO,
Dealers in VI al! Paper. I'ainti, Oil, Al t Mater
ials. Cigars . KO'ikv ood Block.
U GERT C1 & Co.
Diuo, Chemicals, Paints, Oil.
F. G. FRK'KE A CO..
Driuf. Medicines. Cliemicals. Paints, Oilc
Vai iiinli s. Dve str.fT-t etc . Fine Stationery
Select ToiU-t and F.oejy Ai-tieles.
Dtt Yl ; OOD -, 1 :toc K HI KS.
F. S. WHITE.
DryG.xid, Grjaeries. Notions. Geaeral Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. crri;or Main and 6'h St?
Dry Good. Notions an I Ladies' Furnishing
Goods. One uoor east Firs' Nation' I Ba-i'.
itllV GOODS GROCEKIES.
U k t; DOYEY & SOX.
:;;irv a lirve stoe'j of Fine Groc Dry
i; (1.1s, Carjiets. ij :eens'vare. Nolo., s, nd
Fancy Goods', 10 !t ' loi:' d i !ie county. Up
per .ia n btrevt. Jjf.-ir-ttia .. .-.lid t!t!'-.
)EMlsl. t .WITHERS.
rise ramlegH Dentii-ts," Teeth extracted
without tint leasi pain or harm. Artificial teetl.
iisited immeriiaielv after extractinu natural
me when desired, (iold and all other Fillings
-i: icily first class. Onlce in L nion Block.
if HENRY r.OECK.
Eiiii.iture. Beddinfr, l.ooKiiif; (;lae. Picture
Frames, ett, Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
i: r. pearlman.
Kiirniture. Tailor Suits, Upho'stery Good.
S'.oves. oueer.sware. Tinware, and all kinds of
Hoii-eholi Goods. North 0th street, between
Main and Vine.
ENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
J. H. D IWKLLV.
Gents Fine piiiDisher ami Hatter. The most
complete and hoesl stctk in the city. Carrutls
Block, Cor. 5th and Mam'."'
M. B. MURI'IIY & CO.,
The Leading Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden and Willow ware,
Flour, Feed.&c. Cash paid for country produce,
LEHNHOFf 4i SUhN.MUIISM,
ies, Prcyisioiss, Glassware and Crockery
Green. Staple ami Fancy ;rocei if-p.
VJ BENNETT TUTT.
staple and Fancy (iroeribs, Green F'ruits and
Groceries and Queensware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars. Tobacco and Cutlery. Riddle House.
U CHRIS WOHLFARTH.
Maple and fancy Groceries, Glassware ami
Croc keiy, Flour ami tfeed.
Proprietor City H-tel. Terms, Sl.m per day.
special Aitention civen conimercial men.
W. G. KEEPER.
Successor to O. M. Str ig!:t. Haines's, Saddlery
Goods. Net '. Robes, Dusters, and ail horse fur
Hardware. Stoves. Tiuw are. Table and rocket
Cat lory. Rasors etc. Household Sewing Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline stove?. Tiuwoik
of all kinds done nt reasonable prices. Main
street, Roekwood Block.
J " H A. Mf F.i.WAiN.
Wafeher?. Clocks. Silverware aud Jewelry.
Special Attention given to Watch Repairing.
J FRANK CARKUTH & SON,
Always carry a tine stock of Diamonds, Watch
es, cks. Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles.
Droji in ai,d ii.;j;ect their goods before parch a
jug elsew here.
J J. SCIILATER,
Jeweler. Walthan Watches a Specially. Main
Sural, nar Fourtii.
C. M. HOLMES & SON,
The Checkered Barn. Livery. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed to all partsol the city,
tunnies $t all tr.ius. Corner Viae and 6th.
TiT EAT MARK ET.
Wlio'esnle and Retail Dealer lu First Quality
Beef. Pork, Mutton Veal, Lamb. etc. Sixth
strce', Neville Block. Prices moderate.
J. II ATT & CO.,
Kill their own Cattle. Render their own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main street.
FICKLER & CO..
FfKM. Poultry Ac. We use oiily the best erade
of naGvestock Oysters and game lu reason.
MEKCIIAN'I ' A llllt.
C. F. SMITH,
Merchant. Tailor. Main etreet. over Merges
shoe store. Complete Btock of sample. Fit
Kuarantectl. Prices defy competition.
MRS. J. F. JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of tlie Latest Styles of Mil
linery and TriuinilnKM : a'no C'luldren's and lu
fants' Bonne's, to be closed fciit at cowt.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM.
Meals and Lunches sci ved to onler at all hours.
Also Outers, cigars. Tob tcco, Pop and Cider.
Opposite Riddle House.
FR AHM & K LI ETCH,
Sample Room. Imported and Domestic W'nes.
Liquors and Cigars. Only straight t;oods li;m
ttled. Milwaukee Bottled Laer a Specialty.
Cor. 5th and Main Sts.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
Ni k Cunningham, proprietor Choice vinrs.
Liquors aiid Ciuars. Pool aud Billiard Tables.
RmUIIo House Block.
Win. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, eto. Aiieats for
Fred Krus's Celebrated Lager Beer.
Sampl" Room aiuj Billiard Hall. Choice Wines
Li(iiui's aud CUai s. j; lll.ii'd and Pool Tables.
Order for Hearing.
In the District Court of Cass county, Neb
raska. In the matter of the application of the Ad
ministrator if the Estate of Mary M. Beaver,
dccesi-ied. to av.M real estate.
Plattsiiw nth, Cass county, Nebraska, October
On readint; the petition filed, of the Admin
istrator of the Estate of Alary S. Beaver, de
ceased, representiiiir among other things tiiat
said deceased died, seized of certain real esta e
therein described, and that it is necessary to
sell the tame to pay t;e debts of s .id deceased,
and praving for license to sell the same, and
it appearing to the court that it Is necessary
to sell the a;iie l',,r that purpose ; It is ordered
that said petition be heard at theoflice of the
t.'lerk of the District Court of Cass county, in
Phittsmouth, Nebraska, n the imli day of
November, A. D., isss, at 2 o'clock p. in., of
said day. aud cause be shown there, if any.
by all persons interested in said estate, why
licence should not be granted.
It Is farther ordpreu that this ordpr be pub
lished at lea, t four '.veeks beiore said day fixed
foi the i earhiu of said petition, In the Platts
month IlMtAi.n. a "weekly newspaper pub
lished iu I'lattsAsouth'and in general circula
tion in paid county.'
Dated October lath. A. D. ls.
S3lt Kt. MCHAfMAK.
J.i(fg'e of uiatric't Court.
IJVKON Cl.AKK, Att'y for Ad in 'r 31-4
Otaur iav liearinS
In the District Court of Cas county, Neh
raska. I". ti".e matter of the application of the Ad
mivs'stratur of the t state of Peter T. Beaver,
deceased, to sell rea! est.iie.
Plat tsii.outh. Cuss Couiny, Nebrask, Octobei
1.5. 18S .
On rt it iii!!! tiie petition f.Ied. tif the AdmiD
istrator yl (lie Estate of IVte'r T. Beaver, de
CearJ. repri-Hentiii a.'iiont; other things that
sid deccai-ed died, seized of orr-aiu real es
tate tl;eicn described, iind that it is necessary
to sell the same to pay t lie debts of said de
cease , and prayifj for license to sell the same,
and it appearinij to ihe court that it Is neces
saiy to srll the same for that purpose, it U or
dered that said petition be h 'ard at the oftict
of the cle k of t e ulstrict court of Cans county
in Flattsnioulh. Nebraska, on the loth day oi
November. A. D KSSS, at 2 o'clock p m. of vale
day, and cause be shown thenif any, by all
persons Interested iu said estate, why said li
cense shoijld not lift grnt&d.
It is fuM tier order d tha(. this order be pub
lished at least fopr successive weeks before
said day fixed for the hearing of raid petition
in the Piattsmoiith IIkuald, a weekly news
: ader published in Plattsniouth aud iu general
circulation in said county.
Dated October 13th, A. D. 1888.
SAMCKL M. CHAPMAN,
Judueof District Court.
Bvkok Clark, Att'y for Ad m'r. 31-4
By virtue of an order of sale issued by W
C. Show-alter, clerk of the district court, within
and for Cass county. Nebraska, and to me
directed. I will on Hie 2th day of Novembei
A. D. isss. at 2 o'clock r. in., of said day at the
south door of the c urt house in said county,
sell at public auction, ilie following real estate
to-wit : The west half Ci) cf the southeast
quarter C4) of section twenty-one (21) tow ni-hlp
twelve (12; nuiire nine (;t) east of the Cth P. M.,
in Cass county,' Nebraska, with the piivilejjes
and apperteuances thereunto belonginj; oi in
anvwise ap'pei la' n'pi?.
' lie same heiiig levied neon and taken a:
the propertv of Samuel L. Anderson, Nancj
Anderson. Lombard Iuve-tment Company. H.
W. Curtis it Co. and Ja oh L. Phillips, defend
ants ; to satisfva judgment of said tcourt re
covered by Alia A. Colemau, plalntitl, against
Plattsniouth, Neb.. Oct. 17th. A.D. isss.
-f. C. EtKKNBAKV.
31w5 Sheriff Cass County, Neb,
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Oousult Your Interest by Givitg 1 nt a Ca
Pl; i t ts liio 1 1 1 - TsT
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
rt, now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and other machinery, aa there
la a good lathe in my shop.
The cjd Reiabl Wagon Maker
Las taken cfcaree of tae wagpa sop
He is well knowu &a a
NO. 1 "WORKMAN.
Sew Wasons aid Baccl
Wis oh am, John A. Dames,
' Notary Public. ;r Notary Public.
WIXIHIAM Jk DAVIE8,
Attoraoys - at - Iiaw.
OSce over Hank ct.Caek County.
I ' M V
Long enoiiph fo itl you lhat our i inc of Fall
Diy Goods is unsurpassed.
A fine line of White ami Colored
fJet our iiico In l"ie y -u !uiy.
A Sui. rl I.tne of
And Goods of Cheaper Quality
"We have tlie. boat. lio;hio(l store
X TUTS CIT?.
Carriages T r Dieasure and ; hort Trives
Cor. -2: :2a. axid - 3?lattsmoiitij.
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Will keep constantly "ii -.nil a
Drugs and M
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
PICTUHIi: FRAMES MAI-
SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND VTNF.
No. 1. 5 :10 a. m.
Vo, 3.-6 :40 p. ni.
No. S 6 :47 a. in.
No. T.--7 iT) p. in.
No. 9.-6 :17 p. m.
No. 116 ;27 a. in.
All train run dniK i
Non 7 And 8 wh'r'i ni
laily except Sunl;i
No. 30 Is a etub to 'h
Vo. 19 H a 8t ub from "
Ot 4 :.l .i. .
No. 4. H :M :.. in.
No. 6 7 :1.3 l III.
No. 10. 9 :4? a. m.
The Dailv Hek li
15cts. per week.
.ich my rni Hugs
All Widths an-.! J;.-.liti--s f
FLOOR 0ILCU OTHS
Linoleum, Door Malts, etc.
Undarwear of aii Kinds
We have the
LARGEST and BE. T LIS ES
In the City. An inspectson will con
rooms in the State of Nebraska.
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P- rsonal attention to ?v
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