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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, ? i DAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1888.
W K Vox
J AXCS PATTruHOfT, JK.
- By Hon (,'ukk
- - A Ma do i. k
- 8 CLIKfllHU
W II MAI.IIK
nil I " M J03HKK
,U 1 lK. A HIf MAN
)H H Murphy
1 W 1 UTTON
j VV )'C6siok.
I 1 M Callkx. 1'IIKS
J W Johns n,Jh aihman
. ( J W Johns m,i
Iloai J rul.Work Kiiki (Aikdkk
( L 11 IUwkhWi
1 input y Treasurer, -
Jd'i'unliT i( Refill -Iiniy
ULtk I Ji-triut Court,
Kii.U (il'ut. School
HOARD OF SLfKKVISOItS
A. 11. Toid. Ch'in.,
A. ii. DlCKSO.V,
THE THIRD DAY.
Opens With tho Reading; and Adop
tion of the Platform.
St. Louis, June 7. Notwithstanding
that a number of visiting organizations
or individual strangers had left the city
last night or early this morning, little
appreciable reduction in fhc attendance
of spectators is noticeable. As the dele
gates slowly straggled in, in twos nnd
threes, the conversation was ou the res
pective chances of Thurman and Gray,
the tariff plank and the state of the ther
mometer. As to the latter there was
unanimity, of opinion, it being excessive
ly hot. As the delegation space began
just laws which have outlasted the nec
essities of war and are now undermining
the abundance of long peace, deny to the
people equality before the law and fair
ness and justice, which are their riht.
Then the cry of American labor for a
better share in the rewards of industry
is stifled with false pretenses, enterprise
is lettered and bound down to home
markets, capital is discouraced with
doubt and unequa!,unju.-t laws can neith
er be amended or repealed. The demo
cratic party will continue with all the
power confided to it, to struggle to re
It Again Becomes Extremely Crltl
cai and Dr. Pepper is
Washington, I). (.'.. June 7. Get era
oneiuian s condition is again extremely
pecarious. The congestion of the lun"s
has again become very severe, and is per
haps more to bo feared than the heart
I. A. Cam mi f.i.l
JixACKrrciiMKi.D to fill the usual battle of handkerchiefs
Joax m. i.kyd'a I roke out Thurman red and gray mus-
J.U. KiKKNMAii" lm ""Native f the name of Indiana's it" of our unequal system of tax legis
trouble. The general's respiration id
form these laws in accordance with the higher tonight than at any previous time,
nf,,",raV",,?I'nL- Pr Topper has been summoned, and
trious freemen of our land', the immense w.,n hc hen about 2:30 cloc k- ail1
majority, including every tiller of the vvitu t,lc tlor physicians and Dr. Liu
soil, gain no advantage from excessive coin, who has also been called in, hold
tax laws, but the price of nearly
tlilniv tliav 1 . . .. ?.. . .l 1... .1 r I
"'"o uuji la jjii.icnscu uy uiu lavor- S.of) ?n
-Sheridan's c ondition is un-
- ' A.MAi.oi.ie candidate being hoisted at the mast J1'00- All unnecessary taxation is un- iml'ved. His recovery from the attack
'. - " MaynakoSmnk head by the respective admirers of the Jstt"ation- " is repugent to the creed of heart failure this afternoon is only
ti. llUMHCLi. flfncf ' . . . . of democracy that by Mieh taxation the partial.
contestants. As each new color was rais- cost of the necessaries of life should be
June 8, 1 a. in. On-v.- f
! ,t...ll '.;:
Ilattsmouth etJ " was greeted with shouts from the I Uniustificabl v increased tn nil nnmnln .
Weeping Water aiie.;es. but ft was evident frnm m..1. Judired by democratic m inr-ml 1, in! iconic more tranquil in his mind since
- biiunuuu ' ---- r i . - i 1 i fl
lllli; 111 IIIH Hllllllll Tini II A 1. r.
,.r. ... . . y unnecessary taxation trusts and com
un u, tne spectators. binations are permitted to exit which.
I he convention was called to order at while unduly enriching a few that com-
10:30 and prayer was offered by the Rev. hine, rob the body of our citizens by de-
Dr. Brankfield. priving them of the benefits of natural
The chair then l,o ,i:,t competition.
1JI.ATTMOITTH encamtment No. 3. i.o. Miof ... , . Every democratic rule of irovernmental
m v-s v -x vrw "
"1A3S 1.0UCK No. 1IC. 1. O. O. F. Meets
VVeyery luHd:iy eveolnc ot each week. All
trsiiiii'iit brotliers are refpecttully iuvlted to
terestsaf the people are betrayed when 9 0'cIoc - AIout 1 o'cloc k his rest w.is
disturbed by several coughing spells,and
his breathing seems to be rather btentori-
e.icli iiiiiiilti In tlie Maonic Hall.
.Brother are invited to attend.
WKIO LODGE NO. SI. A. O. U. W. Meets
- every alternati hrlday ereniu at K. of 1'.
hall, 'l'raiislxiit brothers are respectfully in
vited to attend. F.J. Morgan. Master Workman ;
L. H. liaritow. Foreman i Frank llrown. Over-
peer ; 1. llowen, (iiiide; tieoign Houworth,
Keeirdr ; II. .1. .loiinsoii. rinancier; vuli.
Ninith, Heeeiyer ; M. Ma) bright. l'at M. W. ;
juck 1'augaeriy, insiue ouaro.
1A8S CAMP NO, 333. MOURBN WOODMEN
ar-tinn i a Triitl Qf aA .l.A . , ,.1.
-i . , i Itlltu, IUIUU!;II UIIIICUl'B-
eauy anct ne introduced Henry Water- I sary taxation, a vast amount of mnnev
son, chairman of the committee. Water- far beyond the needs of an economical
son, turning to the chairman, said he had administration, is drawn from the people
the honor to report the resolutions unan- ?n.d1t,,e chftnnels of trade and nccumu-
, . ., . lated as a demoralizing surplus in the na-
imously agreed upon by the committee tional treasury. The monev now lvi.i
on platlorm. idle in the federal treasury resulting from tbo morul
iierit rettis tUen read the platform as supertluous taxation amounts to more
.j:r::i t i .-is. ..
of America Meets second and fourth Mon
y eveiiiu at K. of P. hall. A
tlier are reu nested to meet wit
Nowei) ner, Veuerabla Consul : G. K,
day evening at K. of P. hall. All transient I States, in national convent
iTotner are requested to meet, wun us. I.. A. I ' , , , . .7
3V.;:- i.-t ..:::. ::.;;: -. v.k-::,. !:.. .!. t j":
iasn w;:::- ,! ll; .i'; t.f :i -:-.-..t r .n .'-...-. .i.j.'j jl
strcrftrsl !)V l!e 1 u-.?- tiiici :..r -i :y"
iru-ii atnl iiikti of e; ! ii:i -liar::ctoi- v. !(. r.:e
ensaseU i:i it. So !o ;t.j)i;:U. u eailiu l;m iL
ueeoino tuai t!ieljr;;y nitiiiiame ci)!ii;jai:ii;s
ttkluy ftit not r-suii-e.l tostM.l outloju!i;ious
agents to iivncli lu lUa (hhjjiIo, as of J oiv. on
avts or I:Ie insiiranea. Tli
fact that a l:fo insiirunoii tmiicu w
- I l J . w 'jyjii
follows: tuau one hundred and twenty-five mil-1 thing for any man of moJernte means u hold
The democrat iwrtv f TTjfi ll0n8' and tLe surplus collected is reach- ls ally pretty well estaLhshed, mul tho
t - - j w biaw y u I U
L.., e fniiea jng the 8um of more thaQ g.t n,ii15ons questioa of seturins one, tha uioro he coii
ircntion assembled. I n ' I eidei-a it. fnrfa itifir hk.. ..
. . - ' I ailllUHl I V I 1 u.w. CI CI V f 1 1
Mil..- I renews t.ll lllOlla-e-ll n t ita Hrlolifo I rf- I u,;,i ...i. . . ...
worthy Adviser : U,B.Sniun.ldx-Hanker; W. democrartic faith and reaffirms the plat- I debauched h7 this immense temptation family at heart. The only discoura-inir
u ""' form adopted by its representatives in the tLe reme.dv of t,,e republfcun party is to thing about it is that there ure so nSuiv
1LATTSMOUTH I.01XSE NO. 8, A. O. IT. W. I convention or i?i34 and endorses the I . . J K appro- wuuwuus or men wno eitner win not proviJo
M:et every alternate Friday evening at views ex Dressed bv Pnsidenfc V.,-v.-a-nA Ptions and expenses, whet lier constitu- I for their families in this way or who ne-rleefc I
ss&rfe : !j'w-" f::"'"'..,!!;' a. tS2,2 SZ JSi, Z.rL?. :
iii.uii, . . , r . a j u, ui riuau ; o. i v. v a caoc ui 1UIIL lilUL I UriiJ UDOI1 I- ...v, no j'ui i - m
the question of tariff reduction and also ,CJ 18 lo "orce frugality iu .)ublic ex- ing tor his
endorses the efforts of our democratie Meu8es. A10 unnecessary taxation.
I I 111 r nulol .1 yl..,.: i - I .uu fuuvn.
Vc earnestly request all of our fiieiuls
indebted to us to call at once and m ttle
accounts due. AVe have f lu-tained heavy
loss by the destruction of our Ih-unrh
House at Fairmont, Neb., by fli c and now
that wc need money to meet our obliga
tions, we hope there will not be one
among our friends who would refuse to
call promptly at this particular time and
Trusting this will receive your kind
consideration and prompt attention, we
remain, Yours Truly,
S0L0LM0N & NATHAN.
W. : F
Wilde. Ueeorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
1M.ATT.SMOUTU LODISK NO. , A. F. Jfc A.M
A Meets on th lin-t and iliird Mondays of represcntatiyes in congress to secure a re- ur e8taolished domestic enterprises
each month at their hall. All transient broth-I ,.. - . b ;ocv.un, are I i . , nn,..,i,! ,i
era are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. i. Kjchey, W. M.
W m .11 A t a. Seerelary.
K'RISKASKA CIIAI'TEK. NO. 3, K. A. M.
Meets second and fourtli Tuesday of ea-li
month at Macon' Hall. Transcieut brothers
are invited to meet with us.
F. E. White, II. P.
"Wm. IIavs, Secretary.
duction of excessive taxation. I 8llouia not, and need not be endangered
Chief anions it urinciulesof nartv faith a reduction and correction of the bur-
A Card to Parasrraphei-a.
Gentlemen, candidly and honestly now, did
are the maintaTnance of that indissoluble I tle ,8 of t1'111011-. n the contrary, a fair you ever really and actually know of a
union or rree and indestructible states , ; ",C1UI iiuh wi our tax laws, au woo tnrew a oootjack at a cat!
now about to enter upon its second cen- Wltn due allowance for differences be- . Woman who hit her husband with a rolling
tury of unexampled progress and re- tween the wages of American and for- P1" ....
nown, devotion to the plan of trovcrn- e,ffn lauor niust promote and en- . us l?at blt the at out of the beau's
i. . 1 ... b . rnnmoriivr liron1i nf ei, :,i..t.:.. trousers?
-if-r. zion COM3IAM1ART, No. 5. K. T. em ' S" "J ,l written constitu- - V ;r ' V """B",l Ico man who was rich?
Meets first and ihird Wednesday niicht of tion strictly specifyins every trranted nn( enterprises ny giving them nssnr- tw " .7 .- , .
i-ach month at Maso. shall. Visiting brut lcr Dower. nnA pti,c1b ance Of an extended market and sten.lv .. parior to asli
i,e cordially inMtedtoineet wi. il us. I ii " ' .-' ""S . lUB Ufl (!, n,w:. - .-eaoie questions of caUers?
II a vs. Rec.
F. E. Wiiitk. K. C.
McCONIHlE POST 45 C. A. SI-
J. VS .lofixsov i'onunaader,
O. S. Twiss Senior Vice "
F. a. Baths Junior
states or people the entire unrranted res- ana continuous operations.
idue of power, encourogement of a jeal- I n tue interests of American labor.
eus ami popular vigileucc directed to all
Wife Who took awav hushnnrra lnfy.1, 1-J
Husband who fainted when hn i...m-,i hi.
' I -i u , . . - I .'. i .
all I ,"ulu mioum in no event oe neglected, " muiuer was conungi
who have been chosen for brief terms to I the revision of our tax laws contemplated
enact and execute laws and are invested hJ the democratic party should promote
i;ko. MI.KS Adjutant, wim me duty ot preserving the peace.in I ac advantage of such labor by cheapen
mamV :iMXosV::";:::;;::;;oaerofthe.jy: su"r iual,v nt establishing justice.
i ne (.lenjueraiic party welcomes an ex
acting pcruting of the administration of
the executive jower which four years ago
was committed to its trust in the election
oi urover Cleveland, president of the
Cti iti.K.s F.)i:i " Ouard
Ano-iwo.v Fkv -ert. Major,
.1 Ai!-siOBB'.EM.vs.. ..Quarter Master Sergt.
I,. V. Cciitis Poit Chailaiu
uTeetiii- aturdcty evenin-i
j; me cost ui me necessaries ot lire in
the home of every workingman and at
the same time secure to him steady and
Upon this question of tariff reform, so
closely concerning every phase of our na-
" lui- yiuymg comet or
And if so, where do these people livn'
United States; but it challenges the most tional life, and upon every question in
searching inquiry concerning its fidelity volved in the problem of good "overn
and devotion to the pledges which then ment, the democratic party submits its
invited me suffrages of the people. Dur
ing the most critical period of our finan
cial affuin., resulting from over-taxation.
the anomalous condition of our currency '
and public debt unmatured, it was bv th
adoption of a wise and conservative
course, not only averted disaster, but
principles and professions to the intelli
gent suffrages of the American people.
Home-New York. "
Ins. C. of North America, Phil.
l-iverpaokVLondan & Globe-Eng
North BritU'j & Mercaritlle-En "
jrorwich L'nion-Eiizland. "
Kjriu'aeM F. & M.-Sprlngfleld. "
Bzd Blood at Bonhar, Tex.
Bonhar, Tex., June 7. Tlie most in
tense excitement was created on the
greatly promoted the prosperity of our I streets here today about 12 o'clock by
T i.na , what promised to be a bloody battle.
It has reversed the improvident and k T , ,
unwise policy of the republican uartv :bUt fUr mnths a- Joel B:Unttt an(1
touching the public domain, and has re- N 3 8,x sons were arrested, charged with
Kepresent. tlie following time
trie J and fire-tosted companies:
Vroerican Central- Louis, Assets $i.25,loo I claimed from corporations and syndicates, ;the murder of an old hermit na
;o:iinicroial Union-Eujclanil, " 2.KW.3U alien and domestic, and restored to the rgan, and were released on baiU
The Successful Literary tife.
rPllrt nml-.ifrtT. a 1 1 ii.
w ua literary" is nn un
worthy oua The aim should bo to render
by tho iieu some definite and substantial ben
efit to tho "audience." Perhaps none of us
can consistently live up to this idoal. but
hero, as well as in greatc-r matters, tho prin
ciple of tho Master may apply, "Whosoever
will save his life, shall loso it: but whosoever
will lose his lifo for my sake, the same Khali
savo it." A successful literary life is a life
of unselfish service; and, as 'with all other
unselfish service, the recognition that i .t.
demanded ns recompense is graciously ten
dered U3 a benediction. 1 closo with a postu
late: Nothing should bo published, tho sup
pression of which would bo a loss chiefly to
me ausuor. xiaiian Ii. Ballard in
Dr. C. A- Marshall.
A Remedy for Fetid Feet.
A Chicago correspondent writes us for
remedy for perspiration of the feet, com-
4.41376 people nearly one hundred millions of 1 . , '77?. tf3 h,,n uc
- i r -t.i ii.. ..... i amic o n uuiws, u u in i ici i ii ir ei? it to - njsuui-', ce asserts. il-vs
t,x . eo ucresuxiu ioieiancisiouesacrecllytitlcl . n mpn , J no goal The disease, for such it ree.llv
7.s.w3 as nomesteaas ior our citizens. . " v.vu, u. may Lave t3 ori . t, ",:
o t-i o.!0 1 TirKlt . f . I n lnt tl.o n, . .. L I A. .1 I . . . . - - o"""-"
o,4o. i iiU uuiciuu v 2unrtiin? me interest i omuc uumiu, uiei, iu town nnci oi n me system, ana th.i nn m-.t
6.C33.TS1 and principles of justice and cquitv. it enffasred in a Quarrel concerning thn triil removed. At least onceadavior tniV. if
3,373,754 I has naid OUt more for iwnsinnannfl hnnn on. t " a , poKsib:e) the feet should bo soakftl iii tnnr.;..
' I . I nuill 1ill Lit:? Wl'I t' 111 1 1 K'l 1 1 1 II IV inpiipa. 1 . . aaaj
Freservatiou of natural teelh a epeclaity.
Cctth extracted without pain ly vse of Laityhiug
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlTZGKHAT.O'S IifclCIl PtiATTHMOUTII , NlCl!
Will, llcrohl &
. I ... i-wv-iviiitj OlULilll lift
a.iHLu.a pubHc than WM crer jd bef)re d S,-"UUM:- au" " w8 omy ny a ngeu once or twice daily, and only woolen
1.2J..4C6 J t;e3 to ti,e soldiers and sailors of the re-
Total Assets. 42.115,'
s. Notions Boots and Siiocs
or Ladies and Gents
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
TImj only Dentin! In the West eon t roll nr this
r.ey System of Extract iiik am! FilliiiK i eetU
iwituoiit I'aln. Our suiiieMhellc Is en
tirely free tvesn
AND IS AU'SOLUTEIA'
Harmless - To - Alt
Tee!h extracted and s-rlificial le-!)i IiiHerted
n-xt day if lesned. 1 lie preservation of the
natuial teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WOBI.
The very finest ofijee in Union Ulock. over
1 n i 1 i i I the Ktrennnna nnrl hrn tFFr,rta r.t t.a
74 I C4UH1 jciiuii. j.b iiaa auoptea and 1 a.
consistently pursued a firm and prudent othcers that a fight was prevented". The
foreisrn noliev. nrejsprvincr iianra tx-ifli oil I r-n 1 1 r .-1. 1: -r...i n?
i.j 1 n 1 111" 1 .l - --o "!- i'--v. ... 1 mill, an vi , iiuiii live near iwu ii ver.
imi AGJIISM 8nd Paiu at t!i!S AgeilCy nations. While scrupulously maintaining left for their homes tWs cvenin anJ '
an mo riuts ana mierests ot our own . , . . . . . , V
government and people at home and ,S thooS',t fight will occur before they
abroad, the exclusion from o;;r shores of reach fheif jJestinatiop, as both factions
Chinese btuorcrs has been effectually ee- ! are desperate men.
cured ur.ner a provision of treaty, the
operation of which has been postponed
by tho action of the republican majority
1X1 lllG SVUHIC.
WHEN YOU WANT
Unearthed a Mastodon's Skeleton,
El Paso, Tex., June 7. While exca-
Ilonest reform in the civil service has vating for a spring at Mound Station, in
been inaugurated and maintained bv Lincoln County, X, M. on the
I , v"rvV"u.u', "n" 'I nas ""'iignt Craig road, Mr. Foster, the owner of
the lnbllC SCTVlCe to the highest Rtanrlnrrl I , ' : ' 4
.a-u- 1 ... 1 . , . 0 , . I iaree ranch in that -vieiniii: n.mor
vi t uicienev, noi oniy uy rme and
should bo worn. Insoles of felt sh,!,! i,
worn and changed with the stockings; they
can be wet in chlorinated soda, and then
.u iuu ior runner usa The stockings, when
removed, should bo dried.Tsy the Ore. Herald
A Church Mouse.
"I want a warrant for the arrest eta hnf,i
11 VP ! n cni.l n nM..f-nn .- ...
bo yoor, but no man eaTi insult mo and ret
away with it." ,
"What's the trouble?" asked the justics.
'Disturbance, It was at tho weeklies cer
emony. I won tho e-irl and iust nsl
I nplltfl 'Witlmllmri.!!!. i i .".
f Mil I ui iuj y jjoocis x tneoen-
aow, tnerecanio from the organ loft iu tho
Wc have our house filled with
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared to deliver it daily to our ciis
t mers in any Uantity desired.
.ALL ORDEES PEOMPTLY PILLED.
Leac oiders wltli
FURNISHING - norms If" eaumeister,
- " r At ror on Sivili Kfi-,ot . . i. .
- ,f e it u
He keeps as large and as well
As can be found any i.laee in the city and make
gruu piii-cs iDiii any COllIpfUUoli.
uice 01 mv uarei rivni rho ---.-.ri !..
lire- .. . . J f"v.4...v.u U.U1U.BIUIU3 trip unui una thin-r lasts.
cent, but lv the example of his untlrlnr luc siyeieion or an extra Jarse mastodon, wen.- ew- vork Sun,
and unselfish administration of public I The animal, when alive must have been
affairs. I h
In every branch and department of the i0f , " Q
ravprnment nriflpr ilomnKrii. I '"" i..cnnnii n.m na o
the rights and welfare of all have been in diamtter and tbe other parts of th?
guarded and defended; every public in- skeleton are of corresponding 6i?e. The
terest lias been protected and the equality owner, who is somew hat of a naturalist
rPr lCltiZe,,8befl,rC t,ie lduV Tith- is very much interested in Irs find, and
out regard to race or color, has been 1.1 1, , , . I
steadfastlv maintained. " intends to be exceedly careful m future
Upon its record thus exhibited, and "humations, so as to preserve the whole
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Contractor and Builder
Sept. 12 6m.
- - -
Personal attention to all BiiAieea Entrust- I UDon the tiledrra nf rmillmmnia t I ck-plpf-nn infft aa mnoVi no'nn:ij
1 ... .. I I -- .... . w luo - --- - . . W lilU w j iivwiuit:.
o my care. I .. rtf :a i .j - I t
XOTARY IX OFFICE.
a renewal of popular trust bv a re-elec-
Till- Evamlaml. Ata-ef. Compile J. In- , ... , 1 ""J'uc, woo nas wen
sui;i;ue wrnteii. Ke.il rotate Sold. iauiiiui, nine an.i pruflent. Tiiev in
voke, 111 addition to that trust, the trans-
Better Facilities for making Farm Loans than j fer to the democracy of the entire legis
Any Other Agency
I'lallsmouth, - AtbrasJia.
The republican party, controlins the
senate and resisting in both houses of
congress the reformation of just and nn-
A Republican Club
Valpakiso, Xeb., June 7. A vigorous
Republican club was organized here this
evening. A membership of fifty strong
is already secured upon only a day's no
tice. At least fifty more will be added.
There is much enthusiasm manifested.
tils Cnty Vice.
"Has your son any vices, Mr. Blank Tar
don the question, but I like to know all about
tho boys I tako into my office."
"Xp; Henry has p.pno that I know of, ex
cept, perhaps, amateur photography."
"Well, thafs a negative sort of a rice. I
never met an amateur photographer ytt who
took anything worth talking about, and 1
think I may trust your boy. Bend fcim
along." Harper's Bazar.
Harper's Ear Patferas end Ball's Corsets.;
C. F. SMITH,.
And Loading Cars. Kr terms see us or
H. C. MfMAKEK Cc SON.
Telephoned, - -
J". C, BOOITS,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
THo Rrc:c HTq i 1 r ! AH W:rk flr&t tI8; ot Fifth Street.
Mala St., Over Merges' Sl)t,e Si ore.
j North Robert Sherwood's Store.
MRS, O. B. KIMPSTER,
r -X S3" Tcacier cf Vocal a lutiw nlal Music
wooicns that ever came west bf Mlsi'ouri
river. Note these priecs: Um-ineps suits
Less iJcmaud for Cunj.
Tho chairman of the Birmingham Gun
makers' association reports that there has
been a decrease of 13,000 proofs as compared
with ast yeaj, and there is suchi depressioa
in the trade as haa not existed for twenty
seven years. Tho demand for high clasc guns
u.vuora, vjoui iu mo aiminisneo 111
iroin (a fsM, dn-Fs -suits, 25 to S45.
pants 4, .J, $0.50 .and upwards.
CSF'Will guaranteed a Gt.
Prices Defy Competition.
J, E. ROBBINS, ARTISTr
IKSTKCCTIO'S C1VEX IX
ALL LOVEKS 07 AKT AfiE INVITED
T CALL AND
nefciuence northwest Comer of Elev
enth and Main Street. Il.ittcm..n.
Practicsl Picno and Oiiaa Toner
Firtt-t hifs work guarantor d. Aho deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Ofi:ee at flou k's
1-P'tnre store, PlatUmouth, Ncbrafcka.
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup. '
Is warranted for all that the label calls
for, so if it does cot relieve your couth
you can call at our store and the moncr
win ue rciuntietl to you.
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comes or those who use them. On the other j.v jc. wukk. i taneouMy on all pnrts of the system
&eYprSre1VerehaTeDTOj4 STUP? PVE'R L,VEn A RAMSE j thereby leaving no bad rul!. O. P.'
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