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WEEKLY HERALD. PLA.TTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, MAY 8, 1890
LOCAL AND it'll I Ell WIS If.
THE COMING OF MAY
Only liinl-MoiiKi to cnr;iH u.if - moiikh fron. th"
el in ami IIi! piii' -Only
a next in a nHil of dark green,
A few CKK". '"' il Mfi-icf Is mini ;
Only ;i ln nilliiK of l:i'Hlf ii.kIx fimri tlx
I Jlltt ! Oil M M SC -
Tol. il of wi-e ho a. I In I willi r of hird".
And tli.il May, the l.inl'H in. ulli. hlllnr
Only .. tiinifli of M..sliiii a llla-li of lrKlit
but li-i lll w Iii'h ;
t Iniy a cloud In ;i cky of !-1 lilue,
Kilcil wlili silver and tiny ohl rins
Only a wr alii of M;iv m-r". ;i i-niity from
airay from tht-ariic n- lioiih.
A fliow. rof pink iiikI while iii'talx,
Aud w- know that mwcl May coini'tli now.
., II. mil' Journal.
It; Minor's lnniHi fiJj'l nrn rejoicing
ivr the arrival of a ti'iioiinil boy.
Tim third qiiint. ily nut-tint? will be
held next Saturday uml Sunday, May 10
itml lllh. Punching Saturday cyning
at 8.00. All arc invited.
W. L. HrowiK- wan in Lincoln S-itur -iluy
where: In- established a local branch
of his loan and building association un
der very ll'tttcring auspices.
Tli egraduating class of the. Ilili
tic.hool arc now preparing their essays
Hud expect to nive the. best proraminc
. ever had in this city nt the close of
VV. C. Show-alter will rest up from his
arduous labors that nlw ys follow a term
of court by taking a visit out to Brain
ard, where two of his brothers rt side.
Mrs. George I'Yrgnson is visiting tela
fives at Fail In Id, Iwa. She will prob
ably rest from housi hold cares for a
month or two in tint f of recovering
h.tr healt h
The IIiukai.ii iieli-i -ted to mention tint
fact at the time, that the Vili:."Jl resi -
t I - . . . 1 . . I .
l nee lia.i lieeii in o,it.-ne(i up iy u ib ar
rival a loV. Mr. Waui'h with his
usual modesty failed to fay anything
about the inim rt:ilit ev. lit on the strict
hence the tardy notice.
Will. Weber's team ".ttached to his hoi la
water wagon took a -lively spin down
Main stiee.t Saturday evening, narrowly
escaping several disastrous collisions. As
the team started to turn up tint alley to
the stable near Cunningham's saloon, the
raitid rate with which they rounded the
Corner fetched the wagon up against
telegraph pole with great force, wrecking
the wagon and somewhat demoralizing
the pole. The team was stopped and no
further dtuiare done. Col. Sherman was
.ikcd to iunii) into the wagon as tl,!
Cvcr started down street but fortunate-
.jy for him, he declined, otherwise lie
mi ''lit have been at the bottom of the
The commissioners are in session today.
Oliver & Kanige's meat market will be
open hereafter on Sunday morning un
til 9 oYlook.
Dressmaking and family sewing at
reasonable prices at Miss Kuhney's, 222
Washington avenue. tf.
Ileeson & Root filed a suit in foreclo
sure today for Helen Lewis against D. II.
Wheeler and wife ami J. N. Wise.
Joe Klein's new railway switch puzzle
is attracting lots of attention. Call on
Joe and lw will tell you how to get one.
Frank Drake has resigned his position
as hrakeinan on the Omaha run aud is
now in the employ of the Union Pacific.
Judge Stiles laid aside his judicial
ermine today and is assisting to polish off
, the Stiles quarters in the Wheeler block
on Main street.
P. J. Hansen, the Gtli street grocer, has
' fitted up the Johnson building, opposite
his old stand, with a pplendid line of
The H. & M. poll tax force will put
in their three days in the first ward on
Day street which has never been pnss
ablt for a team and wagon.
Have yon smoked "The Boss" five cent
cigar? Pepperberg's latest introduction
it is better than any foreign ten cent
cigar. Ask your dealer for it. Imo.d.
The B. & M. shops are agiin crowded
with work, but with tho most actiye,
energetic master mechanic, in the west in
charge of things, a wonderful amount of
work is being done.
The boys who carry sling shots ough
to know that it is against the ordinances
of the city for them to do so, and if the
marshal or police catch any boys using
sling shots they will be run in.
The railroad commissioners were sworn
in at 4 p. m. today. M. B. Murphy, Geo.
Amick, J. Q. Richey, ndy Taylor and
W. R. Murray comprising the hoard1
They will begin work at 10 o'clock to
morrow. Prof. Martindale started to drive
across the country to Fremont, says the
Pawnee Republican of last week; this
is eur old county superintendent that has
developed into a Nebraska farmer in
The Hav.rly Cleveland Magnificent
Minstrels, secured by J. P. Young to
appear at the opera house on Saturday,
May 31st, will be tho largest minstrel
company that ever visited our city,
baring over tiTj performers on the stage '
at one time. They carry about sixty
people; have been touring the Pacific
Coast Mtiee January playing to immensu
houses every where.
Whats the matter with the summer car
on the motor line, it lies out by the power
house, and has the appearance oi being a
total wreck. Why don't the directors
put it in shape. It is the belief of the
IIkhai.d that nothing wi'l insure a diyi
dcud for the motor line bu: prompt
service and that often for the b n. (it of
, . ...
the public; for that is where the dividend
must come fr m unless it is a traine of
I'KHSilN A 1.
F. H. White lost one of his horsis
W. (J. Sho waiter came home yesterday
Mrs. J. M. Craig, Lou Simpson and
Mrs. W. II. Miller were Omaha visitors
Lew Moore, the (loiist, made a trip to
Omaha this morniior, with his box of
lilies and roses.
Miss Itattie Latham will start on the
Uyer this afternoon for a three weeks
yisit with relatives in Canada.
Dan Smith was elected prsident of the
school board last niht, John Unrnli. vice
pri'sident; and Win. Hayes, secretary.
Mr. ICrause, of New York City, Father
of Philip, the grocer, has arrived in the
city an 1 will spend the summer witii his
Mrs. John Blake and Kittie Cummins
will start on the fiver this afternoon to
visit friends of Mrs. Klake in Phila
Airs John Waynttui and daughter Cora
return to their home at Lord, Pennsyl
vania today after a very pleasant visit
with friends hei. .
Marndie, daughter of Charles Harris,
has been very bw with diptheri i but
under the skil full management of Dr.
(look she is now rapidly recovering.
I). Harding, a main line brakeman,
took the place of Jim Barney, the K. O.
baggageman, who troes to Aurora as con
ductor of regular passenger to Alliance.
The Royal Arcanum.
This is one of the most prosperous
organizations in our city and is now
represented by about fifty members,
known as Cass lodge No. 1021 and is
rapidly increasing. Their entire member
ship in the United States is over 100,000.
The organization is social and fraternal
and combines with three life insurances
for its members to the amount of if 3,000.
Their regular meeting will be held in
O. A. R. hall Thursday evening
May 8th, when several new members
will be initiated into the order. It
pleases the Hkkat.d to see all of tho be
neficient orders succeed anil we wish sue
cess to the Arcanum in our city.
Friday the th.
The Y. W. C. T. U. will give a social
next Friday at the homo of Rev. J. M.
I'roT. IiOietle" Memory Hywtem If
creating grcarter interest t!ian ever in all
parts of the country, and persona wishing
to improve their memory should send I
for his prospectus free as advertised in I
another column. 177 4td 4tw
Lots 2, 3. 4. 5, G and 7 in block 4 with
a four room cottage and outhouses on
same in South Park.
Lots 1H and 20 in Block 9, Vallery
Place. Lots 0, 10 and 11, in block 1..,
Vallery Place, and a horse and buggy. I
want to dispose of this property in the
next thirty days. If you want cheap
property now is your chance.
Int-lmodetw J. I). Simpson.
Drawing and Painting.
Miss Alice Shepherd gives lessons in
all styles of drawing, including crayon
and pastel, and painting in oil and water
colors. Herold Block Main Street.
For a weak back, chest pains, use Dr.
J. II. McLean's Wonderful Healing Plas
Sherwin Williams', and Heath &
Milligans' mixed paints; the best in the I
world, at F. O.Fricke Co.
50.000 Live Pigeons Wanted,
$1.50 per dozen for strong, healthy
pigeons. Young birds and squabs not
wanted at any price. I pay express j
charges, ship at once. J. A. I?. Ei.i.iott,
Dealer in Live Pigeons, 308 Main street,
Kansas City, Mo.
176 4t. I
Is the fruit man of Plattsmouth, ho
also keeps a fine line of candies, bmU
and raisins. 187 tf
Instrumental and Vocal Music.
Music taught to advanced pupils, in
accordance with the teaching of the
present professors ot the Conservatoire
de Musique, in Paris.
Miss Alice Shepherd,
dCtewOt Herold Block Main Street.
For rheuniitic uml neumlfjic puios,
rub in Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment, and take Dr. J. II. McLean's
"V" . . : 1 1 . vr i
it.u nm uut nuiirr lung
but will be gratifled with a ppeedy aud
THE WORK INC. MEN.
Thm Chicago Troublpn and Thvlr Develop
ment The Mtuativn Elsewhere.
CitiCAOO, May G. General meetings
of the Huh, door and blind makera were
held in severul iwirtH of the city
at noon. Inn meetings were held
for the purpose of utrerigtheiiiiig tho
union now being formed, the men em
ployed at the machines promising their
KiipiKirt. It Wits decided that they would.
in a mca.Nui l im1 their issues with the
"rI"teis, ami i no union man of the
laiter organization will handle work
turned out by mills refusing to grant the
demand for eieJil hr.itrs. There was no
hit ;ke at N. k. 1' airbanks' works a
j is ex
pecieu, ana me siriKeor me gas men,
which wtw to have taken place, failed to
The expeciitd strike of the dockmenon
the cht;-rii I rao-pollution company's
line and the Anchor line did not tako
pi.-'ce. The reason in t-uid to lt that
il-ey are not miflh-iently organized, and
that tl ! eje are too man men ready to
ur.it i :iei.- pwecx.
Then; is no change in the situation ol
li-i -a.-p; nt. is' sfiii;c. Negotiations for
i.eti eliKiit With t lit Now Uosseb' USSO-
ii;.:nai are saitl to bo complete, and the
Hiuib.will re.-.i:nie v, oik in a day or two.
Dwatl k, Ills., May (J. The 275 coal
mine:-. employed at the Decatur coal
mhii' wait on a strike for an increase of
iive cents a ton for digging. No serious
trouble is nnticipated.
The miners of Danville, Vandercook,
Ji.--:e Cn ek and Kddyville, held a mas
meeting and decided to strike. They
have in. grievance, but strike in obedi
enet to orders received from headquar
ters al ( .'iiieago.
The Spring Valley miners held a moet
'i.;; and decided to remain at work until
In. arrival of V. L. Scott, who is ex
po it. I before the loth.
Cot too .Mills Sti ikn.
N.wvr.i :;u, IS. Y., May (5. The strike
at I he cotton mills conl ijines, both sides
Uii.g ;e',ei iiiiii'd to hold out. A few
w-Mveis went t; Woi:i in tlie morning but
put .-hortly ai tev;:rds. .SiiK-iihlehd-tt;,i
I;ecKii:aii cays if the weavers do not
eo:oe li.,(-i, at 'i:!c,' In- viii shut down
the win l.- thus throwing ainrnt CfK)
iiau.ls out ol eiupi.iyiiient, mostly
S- t . iUe-
1: Nvr:::, Col.. .
ay i'.. iitist Friday':
tli-ia.iii.l - oi the maeimiu wood workers
and turni rs f. r nin; hou:r. with ten
iioiir.s" pay ha i.lr been refused, tlie 13.'
men h:ie :-:trt.ck and were joined by the
.'.i l.eiieh men. .No:iif ot tlie largest
intils are all'ecl.ed. bin ho a to keep run
mug with a siiui t force
Tho liv.iu -Miners.
IitwiN, Pa., May ti. Tho Irwin miners
at a liiMfs meeting decided not to work
autil thi ir demand of 05 cents per ton
be granl:-1. About eight hundred men
v.i'! pre: . il;. aud the resiHutioii was car
ried by an overwhelming majority.
For Shorter Hours ami More I "ay.
UATii, iie., Aiay h. J. he joiners
union of this city numlxring 200 men
went on a strike for a day of nine hours
and a tier diem increase m pay of 2o
PfTTSKfRu, May G. The Jeanette,
P.i., carx'iiters, about two hundred in
umnler, who have leen striking for
eigtit hours, have bin granted tlieir de
An Army of lluiiiitiirt; ItiiihlerH.
IlAMiii'iut, Maj- 0. Seven thousand
masons and carjit-iiters struck here.
Nino Tiiousaml Ii ihemians Strike.
Pit.vou;:, M..ty fi. Nine thousand work
ing men siruck in this city.
-Iiii. lay's ISase Hall tianics.
The attendance at the games of the
Players' and National leagues was as
follows: rUayers league Brooklyn,
1.1 1: Philadelphia, :..T2h: Cmeago,
2,02:!. Total. 0,-10.). National Phila-
delpliia. l.().ss;Brfklyn, 1..J22: Chicago,
0. lot.il, :;,2til.
At nron'. lvn - lirookl 'ii l.oston. 4.
At l'i:ila.ii:lpi:iit - l'liihuleijiliia.s; w Vork,4.
.a i i i:n-;e-o t Jite.-iio, i jiisimry, i..
At Krooktyn Itrooklvn, 8; New York, 3.
At 1'liil.i ieleJ:i:. - I'M! iii-- ! p.'ii.i. t;: 5:.,-ion, 5.
At C'hieiej.. - i 'iiieajto, il: CiaciMiuli, 2.
.ii:)::cA:i aso iation.
.'i-aei;-c Sy nieuse. 6: Itrooklvn, 0.
ter, 5; Athletics, 1.
Tlie IJowcn-Myer Figlit Off.
New Orleans. May G. The Bowen
Myer fight is ol?. Myer claims that he
ha-s lx'eii t ick. and desived to jxistpone
the e-nt for two weeks. JJowen, wiio
has Leen in traiiiing f.-r tight weeks,
-nn! is now iu )rhi. condition, would
uol ciii.-'eiit to M,.;;ij.(:i:nu'nts. Tr.ere
I cing no forfeit up Myer has declared
the light oft', us far as he is concerned.
Put a l.nIUt Trough His Head.
Pierre, S. D., May 6. Charles Smith,
proprietor of the leading cafe in this
city, suicided at noon by shooting him
self through the head with a revolver
e w as one of the oldest settlers in
Pierre. Domestic troubles are assigned
us the cause. lie was formerly from
Treasurer of Ie niisylvania.
Hmuusbx.-ro, Pa., May 8. Henry K.
Boyer, was inducted into the office of
state treasurer and assumed formal
charge of the office. Every cent in the
treasury was accounted for and did not
Dccnpy more than fifteen minutes.
Sudden Death of Kx-Oovernor Shunoan.
Chicago, May 6. Ex-Lieutenant
Grovemor Andrew Shuman died eud
lenly in a down town hotel. He has
for many years been the managing
iditor of The Evening Journal and was
John Cookerlll Gives I Jail.
New York, May 6. Col. John A.
Cockerill of The World furnished bail in
the matter of Judge Hilton's indictment
against that paper for libel.
An Iceberg Two Miles Long.
Philadelphia, May 6. Th steamer ;
Missouri, from London, reports passing .
many icebergs, on of which was two
milea lonK ninety feet high. j
xr,, -Wvott ic- a trr tvij i
.... . a!. . 'v. i
Aator has given $3,000 to the charitable
fnj4 of the New Voak Prtsa club.
Peterson Is DIscharRed Without the
Formality of a Trial.
Tho Herald of yesterday contained a
statement regarding the arrest of
, Peterson, the local on the Journal.
sequel snows mat Mr. 1'cterson was
neither drunk nor disorderly but that In
was quietly attending to sonin business
for Quoug Lee when an oyer zealous, pig
headed Omaha policeman overheat ino a
part of the conversation anu thinking
Peterson filled the discription of a c nfi-
dence man that was wanted, ran him in
Tho Iowa man that had been conliduuc
cd came in an exonerated Peterson com
pletely bo that the seargent in clmrgc was
glad enough to take him before Justice
Hellesby aud get his discharge.
The statement in the World-Herald
this morning is remarkable for its lack
of truthfulness. Among other things
the World-Herald says the Plattsruouth
Herald reporter came up while the po
lice were arresting Mr. Peterson and
leaves the impression that Mr. Polk was
in a sense to blame for his being held
which is false in every word, an Mr. Peter
son knows. We were going to the de
pot hurriedly along Howard street when
the patrol wagon drove rapidly along
10th street, crossing Howard before we
were in hailing distance. What we
learned about the matter was from the
policeman at Boll's drugstore near the U.
P. tracks. The World-Herald seeks also
to put particular blame on Mr. Sherman,
saying the police had n telegram from
him disclaiming any knowledge of Peter
son, etc., which was also untrue. Mr.
Peterson came home Yesterday evening
and ia rustling for the Journal to luy as
Any person desiring th" services of a
nurse should apply to Mrs. Jt. M. Breed,
at the residence ot Elder Wood in Smith
Have without, ovoontion flip lnrcost and moot Complete line ol
Ever Shown within this City. It
Flowers, Ribbons and everything in the millinery line that
NETV YORK AND PARISIAN
Market can supply, and sold at our
one invited to inspect our goi!s.
J. V. W'ECKB ACH & SON.
Petersen & Lar son
(Successor to Whiting & Whicher
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
Domestic and Imported Fancy
goods ot every description
sold at the
Lowest Cash Prices
Country Produce Bought anu sold
Middle Room, Opera House Block.
PLATTSMOUTH WS-13td NF.BUASKA
Drr,on'i ReRlmi runt.
Happy Jack Denson is serving the
people the U;st meal for twenty live
cents ever put up in Plattsmouth.
dll on him and be convinced. A
choice line of cigars and confectionary
ilways on hand meals at all hours, day
or nii'ht. Opposite Weckbach's store
near the court house. ITodtf
A Lady's Perfect Companion
Our new book by Dr.John H.Dye, one,
of .New Yol k's iiioht skillful phasic imiH,
shows that pain is not necessary in child
birth, but results troia causes easily un
del stood and overcome. It clearly pro
ves that any woman may become a nioth
lt without suffering any pain whatcyet
it also tclis how to overcome and prevent
morniugsu knessaml the many other evils
attending preinaicj. It is highly en
dorsed by physicians everywhere as the
wife's true private companion. Cut this
out: it will save you great pain, and pos
sibly your life. Send two cent stump for
(bscrii tive circulars, testimonials, and
confidential letter sent in sealed envelope.
Address Frank Thomas & (V., Publishers,
Baltimore, Md. .VJ VM
Mr. J. F. Masters, (Ja-hicr of Emmitt
Sz (Jo's Hank at Waverly, Ohio, says: "I
consider Chamberlain's Coti'di Remedy
the best I haye oyer used. After using
several other kinds, without benefit. I
tried it and it quickly cured me, after
years of suffering with an obstinate cough
and throat trouble." 5U cent bottles for
sale by F. 4. Fricke & O.
If you suffer pricking pains on moving
the eyes, or cannot bear bright liht, and
find your sight weak and failing, you
should promptly u; Dr. J. II. McLean's
Stren'r'li iiinr Eve Salve, 2- cents a box.
We guarantee this to be the best Coufk Syrup man
ufactured in the whole wide world. 1 his is sayinz a
treat deal, but it i true. For Consumption, Caught,
Colds, Sort Throat. Sort Chtst, 1'ncumonta, liron
ciitis. Asthma. CrouA. Whoofiine Cough, and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs, we positivtly
guarantee Ballard's Horehound byrup tu be without
any equal on the whole face of the globe. In support
of this statement we refer to every individual who has
ei-cr used it, and to every druggist who has ever sold
it. iiuca evidence is indisputable.
F. (i. Fiicke. Av;ent, IMattsniout h, Mel
comprises all the latent ehapes and
Popular low PRICES. Every
Vallery's Meat ffiarkei
105 S Ctb &t., Union Block, formerly
415 Main street.
A Splendid Market, where Everything
kept is First Class. H e aim to
please, and solicit the Patron
age of the Public.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS,
THE SWEETEST CUTS,
FINEST CURED MEATS,
(iAME. FIH AND OTFIKH DELICACIES
By fair and honest dealing I expect to
merit a share of the trade.
131-lm. J. R. VALLERY, Prop
XX A V ITU A ri IW T7T rT A wrv
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo ano 'Buda
FTTLL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND S5I0KERS' ARTICLES
a;waya in Btor,k. Nov. 28. 1885.
Good and Honest."
a iu u i mi
t "I hTtl
la tfaui prate1 :
Htu of Ohio TrM
bar used St. Ja
in my fatally
fur yoar, and And 11 to
bo the medicine of medicine
FOR GENERAL U8C.
It Is a good, honcttt mrdlclno aud buneat ma
will nut lifhltaU) to recommend It to suOrlnj
hurunuity." JOHN P, SLKMM0N3.
Book k eoper.
In Oery Hot tie There Is at Cur. In
Kvry Apllrntlon at I(!f.
x ui u m w j
Drs. BTTS & bEUS,
408 Farnam Street, fOmaha, Neb.
Specialists in Chronic. Nervous. Skin and
Coiisultati'.'ii atnlllei; nr liy mail free. Medi
cines seal tey mail or express, securely packed.
Ireelroin oitservat ion. tiiiaranteen td cine
;uickly, safely ami pcriiimieiit ly,
NERVuIiS DEBILITY, 2.,wr..
niKli' emissioti.j, iliical leeav aiifini (rmn
iudiscreti.iii. excels or indulgence, proiiuciiiK
sleeplessness, dei-poiKleiicy. p'liiples on tlie
face, aversion to Miciety. easily discouraged,
lack of cmiliilenci". dull, unlit for study or lui
ness, and linds life a burden, safely, perma
nently and privately cured.
Blood and Skin Diseases, s'f
rihle in its renults, cunipletel v eradicated with
out the aid of mercury. Scrofula, erysipelas,
fever sores, blotches, ulcers. paniH in the head
;in-J boi es, syphiietie sore throat, mouth and
tontine, catarrh. el a. permanent Iv cured where
ottiers have failed.
plaint, painful, dif
ficult, too frciueiit. burning or bloody urine,
urine liii'li colored or with milky wediment on
etandiiiK. weak back, Konerrhea,Klet,cyitites,
prompny ami saieiy cured, ciiarjres reasonable.
'JfPTPTfTf P '!uaraiiteed permaiunt cura ;
0 I ulu 1 UiD removal complete without cut
rimt, caustic or dilatation. Cures effected at
home bv patent, without a moment's pain or
To Young and Middle Aged Men
& JlTP PTIT'P fl,B awIuI effects of early vle,
flC'lO '.'1110 which brinuc organic we.iknes
destroying both mind and body, with all Its
dreaded ills, permanently cured.
D F Tl C Addie"- thot-e who liave Im-
UOi Uul i U Haired fherriHel ves hv improp
er indultreiicies and solitary habits, which ruin
both mind and body, unlitlin them for busi
ness, Ktudy or marriage.
Married men. or those en terint' on that harmv
life, awaie of physical debility, quickly hc-
Is baned upm facts. First -1'ractical experi
ence. Second Kvery eat-e is especially stud
ied, thus startinu aritrht. Third-Medicines
are prepared in our laboratory exactly to suit
each c.'ce. thus effecting cures without Injury.
A friemliy letter or call mav save von future
suffeririKand shame, and add golden years to
me. Aiiuress or can on
DRS. BETTS & BETTS
Don't Raise Hogs'
to have them die from disease to which thev
are liable, tf proper'measures are not taken out.
rr.OTKCT VO!lK IlhKWS toy the timely and
reliahlw use of the reliable
Ir. JOSEPH HAAS'
HOG and POULTRY REMEDY
It Prevents Disease, Arrest Dieenfee.
stops Couyh, Destroys Worms,
Increases the Klesh and
The sooner the system of the hoir is fortified
against disea-e. the more certain is the result.
Do not wait until jour hous are past treatment.
What Wise Men Write.
'Hoc have died all around m at different
times, hut y tir remdey keeps n:ine le althy and
repays the cost in extra fl sh alone"
WM. 1-.kbt, lecnmseh, eb.
'I find Haaf' Kcmcdy is all aj represented."
John- Mack ay. riatteinouth, Seb.
PRICKS: 82,.0, S1.2." ami GOc nor
Package. 25 lb CansS12..0. Tho Lar-
gest are the Cheapest.
IT. CFHICEE &. CO.,
Ask for circular containiM? Ti-ctiiTior.IU and
Insurance rmposltion. Send 2-cent stamp for
liogolocy, a I r-atise on nwine.
JOs HAAi5, . a.. Indianapolis, lud.
C. F. SMITH
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Mercs' Shoe Store.
Has the best and rnoat complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domeetic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
nver. Note these prices: Business suits
from tJ6 to f35, dress suits, 25 to 45,
pants $ 4, f 3, 6, 6.50 and upward i.
E"Will guarantee a fit.
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