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PLATTS3IOUT1I, XEBKASKA, FKIIAY KVKXJNCj, .JUM j 5, 1888.
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uuiunvii, niiKiug ur nines Diairuuuut
Drownod While Bathing.
Lin wood, Nib., June 15. W.
VV K Fox 1 1
Jam y J"' eight miles west of here, was drwncd iu
- A Mai.oi.k the Platte river today while bathinjr,
H 1'i.irruuii I .
W II MAI.ICK
) J V WM'KHACII
I A PAM9IIUH)
t 1 M Jon km
I i. A Shu-man
I M it Mi:ici'iiv
) H W IM.TIO.V
1 Co O'l'UNXOR.
I M Cai.i.itn. rnK9
W John ,Cii aium an
l J W JOHN:
I l U IlAWt
Petty Burglars at Columbus.
Coi.um BL'fl, Xeb,. June 15. A band of
petty burglars passed through the city
lust evening breaking into a number of
business house and taking $111 from a
drawer in the oflice of Shroeder Bros.
. I ?in r y Treasurer, -Clerk.
Iteeorder of leed -
f l-rlc it lJltrtcl Co art,
Su;t. of I'iiIi. School.
County t uiJxtt.
I'awnkk Citt, Neb., June 15. B. F.
Ilildebrand, editor of the Pawnee Press,
A. CAMPHRI.L.I and Alias Minnn M.v.r. ,.-.. . 4
Tuo l-.n ... I uiaiucu ut
unto nirriiKiui I 10:30 this morning at the bride's resi
- KxAthircHUKUi I ., , .
w. ll. n. rcBKiriice. i ney icit on the afternoon
train for Denver and will be gone about
John M. i.kvda
W. :. Showai.ikk
HOARD OK HUl'KUVlSOKS
A. It. Toon. Ch'ui.,
A. 15. DicKitvx,
All For Fifty Cents-
Las Vegas, N. 31., June 15. A diffi-
mttsninuth eulty arose between the Mackey brothers,
Jhu Milburn and two Texans named
Green and Owens over 50 cents discrep
ancy in a settlement of a sale of cattle.
Winchester rifles and revolvers were
brought intj play am sixteen shots tired.
Owens was killed arid G recti mortally
wounded. Mllburn Mackev had his left
. ....... fc. . I
.nr. At jto.ii. i.w.i i...i. ...... i ti. . t i . .
meet every alternate Friday In laciwcjf iias a noie
1 f s ' s -
CtASS hfiUHK No. U3, . O. O. P.-Meirls
pry TuKilay eveuliiit of e:uh wtn;K. All
traimlent brothers are renprctfully luvlicJ to
11LATTMOUT1I EN' CAM
e.u-h inontli io the Manontc Hull.
J5rolhf" are invited to attend
a MHO I.OIXJK NO. 84, A. O. U. W. Meets
(rrery alteriian Friday evening at K. of 1.
fcii.M. Tiaiuleiit brother1 ar rPHjiPctfuIly in-
ited toiittuud. A(otuai,Maslbr WorHniaii ;
J-., n. ivirxtow. toreman ; r raiiK Mrowu. uvt-r
through his left arm.
AN EVENING MADRIGAL.
Oom U Uk tun od Uf western rod
Diua In tltm sky. while overtjrad
6tDtunlM of song bliM, eddies or trill.
KBpitU of runa, and breatnlesa tbrUla
Of rushlug tone falls note upon note,
l'our from the wellHprtnjf of one mall throat.
For whose orei-flowIng of llifht heart lay
Too short were the hour of the sweet prlnj day,
Aui Ula Furber in riouoer Vrvna.
CAUSES OF COLLISIONS.
A leirffraph Mao TelU a Tale for Hall-
road Magnates to Ponder.
The majority of railroad stations are what
we call "one man btationK;" that is to say.
"i"wr acis an nont, express agent,
baggage master, United Ktatcn mail carrier,
etc, handling at some stations thousands ot
ponnds of freight unaided, and thousands of
uoitars per month for the railroad and cx
piss companies, for which he pays to the
company, or some guarantee company, from
IS to ei.j per year as a guarantee 1mii1 for
faithful discharge of duty. .Some night
orators are obliged to pay a pi eniiun on a
$1,000 or f.OfXJ loud at stations when they
don't handle MX) a year. Y'e are obliged to
bo on duty from "o'clock a. m. till 7 p.m. ;ls
regular hours, with ini) i ci,am-o to -.i
to ilmner, and where there is no ui-Lt ojh;i
ator the day oKrator frequently has to stay
iiitheollico until 8,9 or 10 p. m. t( n oi:t
wmso stock train or o.TQuer's s-a eial, and in
easeof a WTeck he Uctik!c(i I to ty nn r.ii
ni-l.t or jierhaps tv( nihu its o.iso of a
washout. For ajl thiiJ he gvtn $-10 or .';y H r
uioMth in tho wet and less in tho t-jutern
states, and not ono cfnt for overtime.
Tho traveling public do not real!- .. .
exu-nt their lives are iX lands o f Z
Tr-S ceasionally res;d 1
A CHIiSAGO REPORTER'S VISIT
Milburn is under the pas tTa
. "r, ' uja-rauir 10 deliver his or.h r-
to tho conductor. Perhaps td4 rj.p.ator i.,slv
be so overworked thaj, ho haiilly knows v. ha't
ho is doing. There mav bo a .i. ,v1M.,..
gcrs calling for tickets; half as many want
Board of Transportation.
Ukcolx, Neb., Jnne 14 The Btate Jja do11:1
r; I. liowen. ;:uide: umige iiousw.irth. board of transnortation held an imnortnnt 'r 'T
order: ll. J. Joinisou. rinancier: vall. I l ""bo'i' niw-Keii niiLtifi- nm.to .. i .
Kfnttli. Keceiver : M. Ma liriuht. Faft M. W. : I session todav. and ndmitpd n r.a1 ninn niessairo. and wi.(o ' .. .
.Inek iiUt rtv. Inside liuard. " 1 - ,1. . " vl" ,ttl'" wwriluii
, requiring the secretaries and clerk to keep
(lAS UA.iir ak, Muiir.n.i nvHii.iir..T( """-c i'I'cii uuiuig uim:e nours eTCIT Uny I City, etc and nwliine 4!.: -
J lit America Meets second and fourth Mon- ;,,, f. , . . J 4. J',X,K',r P"naps this oivrator has
- 7 ... ... is ... i ,...n . ii I ill tile Week. On till? frelcrbt mfr rmnctwin worked half or nil tho vtirrl.t .. . .
uuy nvinilMK " nmoirin, i r- . w ... . - "cMV r.-;uc. IHlv lie
l;. oilier & rt.iea:eu io nieei nn n. i.. a. t,ey adonted the ratio
Kco ier. Venerable O.h.juI i O. K, Kilns. '" BUO,lul M,e ratios
A-vortby Adviser ; U, U. Siiiltu, Ki J'.anKer j W. propose to build a sclied
C, Wil.W.VierK. : .A. , . . : ' . , " : i. --""u rest aua enjoy
tnjj iuo o a uiisis ui urst-ci:iss rates, on I .-k-ijt ui our lamuies, for main-of us
other classes they are fixed at the follow- ff 1nJarrk hu,fc Wts a,' obu'l to work as
ing per cents: Second, 85; third CO 2-3i baps harder, for many of thl i ' J
keep f 1 J.,,n,; aotu wants that jar of butter
l. y exPreii3 b? th's train to his son in the
day city etc., and perhaps this curator has
stion worked half or all tho nia-ht lvf,..-,. nf i...
os on which they J ot, Vo could sb-md all this
, i , . ,n 'i "bout complaimng if we only knew that
3(1 ule O f rates. Takt when Sunday eouu-s wo could rest and en o v
1I,ATTa.tOUTH LODGE NO. 8, A. O. IT. 7.
Meets every alteraato Friday evening at
Konkttood hall at o'clock. All transient brut li
tis are respertfully invited to attend. L.
J.;u-snn. M. W. ; K. Itoyd. Foreniau : S. t:.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson, Overseer.
III.ATT8MOUTH LOBtiK NO. 6, A. F. Jt A.M.
Me-ts on the nrt and third Mondays of
each month at llieir hall. All trausient broth
ers are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. O. ItlCUK.Y, W. M.
Wm, HATS. Secretary. ;
NO. 3. It. A. M.
Irct seeoml and fourth Tuesday of each
fourth, 50; fifth, 40. A, 40; B, 35; C
-r v'v'.iiwujj up day on livis;ons
M WIHW I I 111 lim m . J ... X
a. ? . I . viivr. 4 I1J LUlKSr)!' f . , DTOin ...1 1 . .
lime dav. - -a-- vi wat i tinu nearly, what a nonnlnH
20; I), 25, E, 2fl. June 28 is he
set for hearing, when a schedule based
on tha film vp rntlr.a n-ill l.a nnnclilurul
..... ..v- .w..ouIv.i.i. ,. , , - -i-
.... ..ci.Biwujrimiimw t go homo to-ni-hi
RlOtOUS Alabama Miners. nave iyoi tea twenty trains. 1 have not
,,a,J "o nunuay nome Willi ni v f.ijnily fo six
months, not even a Thnnksivin-ror n Christ.
I. C1 1 i . . .
Gravcdlcifius n Healthy Vocation Ilury
liB Allve Chicago's Twenty-six Ceme
teries A Itasy Tln Work ami Wate.
How "I amlliarlty llreetls Contempt."
A withered. Iient and gnarled old man was
digging leisurely away at a grave in Grace
land cemetery. Tho old man was John Kane,
the oldest active- gravodigger in the Unite.!
States. Jle is 0T, and when ho walks his
buck is at an angle of 4.1 degs. But there is
lots of life in old John Kane yet, and ho may
well live to complete his four score and over.
"1 havo buried a great many in my lifo-1
many thousands," said tho old man. "I've
been here, a grave ditrirer. makimr n iwi
livltig at it, since lSCO, whenGraceland ceme
tery first sUrteiL I've never duir un hhv
treasures, aii.l I doi't suppose I ever shall.
But I've earned my bread at it and nrovi.lc.i
for my family, and mo and mv lovs 11KI4.1 irk
,1 j . i ... . .
uuu jjiuuiiiuni or nT't wnri: i;i t':;. c.
Uiry. It's an old saying that crayediggiua J
is a healthy trade and that a grave digger I
mea ii uigcr man mosti oilier nooiile. I d.
see e.'jaaiy why it should bo so. for - ' ,1
digs up ioisonoiis gases in i-' . , ,?
elsewhem But it ' f --moving lKvl.es
has to bo done f-. n' l w"rk a,M ifc
nil b-1u-- la "caiuer aim ac
ail scuso . . ...i. . .
udid not liable to give iu to small ailments."
There has nover leen n r,.r. ..i.-i i
data are at hand, a case of burying alive in
Chicago cemeteries. It was rumored that
iv liVV.aS' 601110 timo nS. such a case at
aldheim, tho great "KriedhoAT" (literally
Ieace yard,' of our German fellow citizens.
But a visit paid there and
made failed to bring out any corroboration
of the rumor. "That's U1 bosh," said Theo
dore Harks, tho superintendent of the Oer
man Lutheran cemetery, adjoining Grace
land. -I have buried thousands and have
opened many cofllns year3 afterward, when
tea bodies, for some reason or other, had to
be placed elsewhere. I have always found
the bodies exactly iu the same position in
wUich they were laid to rest All this talk of
burying peoplo alive is nonsense. It don't
happen, and folks might as well dismiss that
rear fi-om their minds."
Graceland has the kircm siif .1!.
of all Chicago s twenty-six cemeteries "If
tho 4.1,000 who lie there so quiet could rise up
again, hale and heartv wi,..t.
there would bo added to Iike View!" ex
claimed the philosophizing carri.-;,. oo i,t-
car rattle.1 on through the thinly settled tr-aexs
surrounding Graceland. Thera are ' 6,000
buried in block 5 alone. Or tho twenty-six
cemeteries fourteen are Hebrew ones all
small and only twelve aro of fair sid or
JSTO T T C K 4Z-
Y(i earnestly rcipucst all of cm fiidid.s
indebted to us to call nt once mid Mttle
accounts due. Wc have KuMaiiicd htnvy
loss by the destruction of our IlriiiK h
House at Fairmont, Neb., by fire and now
that we need money to meet our obliga
tions, wc hope there will not be one
among our friends who would refuhe to
call promptly at this particular time ami
Trusting this will receive your kind
consideration and prompt attention, we
I remain, loursTrulj',
SOLOLMGN & NATHAN.
lit mn no ii am. Ala., June 14. The little
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- - - - - j - - inininiv r t . an r t j n tf t - tt 1 1. w.n in v ii ii ii i in .i,r.f . . . . m
. ..... ti. ti 't- i .ii. i uiiiiiii- t, w j ii nuiifi. iivi:iil viiiiri: i tiw wicr Ia ht. hi. to t r , r inn.vA , i ; . ?
nionin ai .iiaiMi nan. iraimeieiii Liouiri.-. j f.,,..:i,. . ,. ""S" """eiLs.ons. tiraceiand however wit-h
are invited to meet w.th us. miles frojn this pity, has bee,, ill a state Jj; ? t g 9,ri 100 f ground, Calvary and RosL Hm
Wm-Havs, Secretary. of wild excitement in anticipation of sey- mint t S 11 i;: hnd Waldheim withi
tiit. zroN coMMAMiAUY. ko. 5. K. T. eral bloody murders, if not a general riot. to- I love my wife and linio boyJ.-nd eetherwith rL v Ut 'f. SfU'ie estent to-
JM-t lir.t and third Wednesday night of , , .s dr.rly as Ji.-i Hi'l - yV'.i ' , getlierw ith Concordia and St. Boniface, bold
each month at Maso i's hali. Visiting brothers Ifc seems that the negro miners have be- .i.,,".,ii . . 1 A11t?- '-i- l,,t t!lt-' wb J"t about the bulk of dead Chicir, m,.-
are cordially Invited to meet wiin u,. , , . . .. ... , U,J,' l!ive wit tL?m in the davtimo ; Altogether ni-obablv nn iuV. fe f .
wm. iiavi. Kee. F. E. wurnt. K. c. coiite enraged at some of H,e whUe wine .-.hen they ,-ma to tho depot M i- V-!-- ,. away in ali 1 tl 7 are laid
' MCCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R. 'ses, and today went gunning for them, papa wbioh I usuuily permit theai i jTl. young city like oms," ffihere taf
...w..,.. .1 ! j. - , , , . h-.'n I left homo tan mo.MMi . . i , o. .7 .s luel 6 ls room for
sij f-n. i LiireaLtruiiif' lii exLeriiiiniire iiir iriwi i irkr. i . . ... c i anuuui ow.uuu in i
J. W. ,I)I1!S0H
F. A. P. AT ICS
Hxnky riruK.ii;ji r
M.a.v lios ,
f'lf AKI.K.4 Foiin
,UMB(iOKB'.KUAV.. ..Ouarter Mus'er Serut
J., t;. Cl.'ltTis Post Chaplaiu
Afeetinir Saturday evening
TIe JTjiue bosses and their friends prepar
ed for a dcspcrat.c resistance, and for a
time a general tight was expected. A
" a " ltu.:i,d slccial from there tonight says no one has
.....eit Major, i . ,
necn Kiiicu, m iiont'ie is eipecteti uerore
.....Oinceroi the itjy.
.vi!.- s.ck iin.l she "liid wish n.-.t. n v-,i.i..v
.lie depot todsyy ikc J too, b,,t
bilged to. Anil what do wo -t fn-t'i"
Smidav work? N.y.hiu-; not u ecaU-Coi-v-edar
H . E. Palmer&Son
Ilepresent the following titne
tricd ami lire-tested companies:
American Centrat-St. Louis, Assets S1.238.1(M)
Coniniercial Uulon-Kugland, "
Home-New York. "
Ips. C.i. of North America, Phil. "
lirorpooI&London & ilobc-Eug "
North Kritish sk Mercantile-Ka
t;ring!leld F. M. -Springfield, "
3.11 7.1 00
Rain Storm at Kearney.
Kearney, Neb., June 14. Last niijht
one of the heaviest rainstorms that; has j
visited this section for a long time, gave
the country an unusual bath, So much
water entered into the cana that it over
flowed the tail race and covered a consid
erable portion of the southern part of the
city. Many private cellars, as well as a
few in the business blocks, are failed with
water. The amount of damage at this
time cannot be estimated, but it is quita
large. It did considerable damage to
houses which the Kearney Land and In
vestment company were building.
The Garfield Double tyeddins,
Mentor, Ohio, June J3. A large
number of guests, including many well-
a. -.... m known people from Cleveland, (Dhicago,
3 04413 Cincinnati, Uuffalo, New York, Boston
and Washington, assembled this after-
Total Aets, t2.ti3,774 J ot ilrtl r m.0 Tn.v.
A. Oar field, near 3Tentor. Ohirv to wifnosa
Li5S35 Afljustni end Paifl at tin's Agency the double marriage of fr. Ilarry Gar
field and Miss Belle Mason, of Cleveland,
and Mr, J. Stanley Brown, of Washing
ton, and Mrs. Mary Garfield,, fhc mar
riage service, according to the Presbyter
ian form, wa3 read by the Rev. Dr. W.
V. Davis, paftor cf the VTnion church, at
Worcester, Mas. At the conclusion of
the ceremony supper was served in the
lower rooms, the guests being seated at
WHEN YOU WANT
Vart.m Method d In.-jlisli IJ:vy-;ir.j.
Lurk is the teelmietd U-r.:i f.ir the j.rieir
ruoilvrn varieties of beg-in;- Hi: Kiot
rurner iij-'ali l is t:io . f.;i..vi'.v; weil !-...,.
ar-eties, mo.-t of v.-hlx-'a may bi- :vc-a :a.
i;iy iu any hir.; fowij:
Ti:- iir. lurk (r.r:tei!iled Ioo.t ) t:.
Mpwivt-kr-d or tlisitbled sailor kvrl:. t::o Lc
out lurk, t'io sick l.irk (;rek'n-.l-.Hl v.-r
iiie tie ui. tlieir arms ia a very ievi r wa -.
cheis reniaia i:i bed sinialuling i!l;ie.;; uUi
iy s.id oat t'.m'.i- co i.uo.i : to b to
-i.' tn), ihu ft.rei-er.-,' hirk, tho froze ri o:
;-.ri!ei;ers luK., the family m.-iu iaik ( iir:t
i; a liUinLc-r of ehddivu in astute of fi-j--ii.
.titiillon), the liK-Sfer or br.;.d a:id buli.
ir.; (dro;;;i::i- i.i t!'o nr.s 1, ,; o'.li.--.vi.
'umagiug by a.; apparent i.eeidetit, iM.xes .
.latch' s, sliees or bread and batter, etc.), tl:
eaf a::d da:nb lurt, the eoiliers lurk (or,,
nded lo.w of employment thro::-a au
Then ri.ero it t !:e "oha'.J.T.v cove." t.y "shiv
ring Jemmy," who -i-s about half nake '
ne "hi-h liyer," who t::uuki's the broke.
-owu (j.-eiitieii;:u, o."K-er or tiviosmaii.
.::i be- m tleod how tlo- utiiizj l:iii:;a;i s;u
ernr;, and play ujo.i the k-Jiii:iie;it of hi;
aruilty. "Tho puruitx of tho var.i:it s-r'
f t;.o niost protean eltaiwter. tjaed.-iyh
i 'luvkoi-;' miotiier day ho is the 'crocus.
rViiaiad .-roi-,'.sJ;Uii;poiio:is 11 tvure.l wiCi
Jt, or so.so f . r.:i of n;.sri::c.i;; c r he U i'i.
:.rd sliar. er of Hi j;UbJic ho:i:w and iv.e.
iur.se; or h.' is l b J hop piuker ju -t returuci:
on tl.e e.u:itry wilk 'genuine ketch:!;:
:uda from Vv.ltio market mushr:o:r:s' (i. e..
o-nycil !iu"?s liver) ; or ho is tlio sham simi--
ler, oo sel.iS brallUr or tobilOOO. the s i'imli..
e teaaiu. tut lUo buli of wh:cL
.sts principally of colored gin cr Lav.
j: no ow!.gs uue'js, erjf, appUni, jtr.toci
.11 ranch ltloir markt-6 i ricts v.iiich
-anti too kito by the eaer lioiiihold ccono
..lift to be totally viio liavLwonii less.
- Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Contractor and Builder
WX Iv. BROlfNE,
- IL.'W OFFICE.
r?n n.-il attention to all ftiulness Entrust
to ray tare.
Tracing Tlielr Uneago.
A blank IxuiL- hna lucf- 1.,. Kn:.i
tables beautifully decorated with flowers. thU country in which tbs repords of a family
ur e:guj generations DacH may be kept.
Damage by Storm at Hastings- There are a great many excellent families in
Hustings. Neb.. June 15. The storm country wtucn would tmd it exceedingly bard
Lill rifl 1 cnviii i A 1
view of the large number buried, and of tho
mat uia every week, it may sound
strange when it is said that there aro al
together less than one hundred fv.. ,.i;,rr-.
employed at the twentv-Ki -
The shovel, pick and spade, toSetv with
j...Ua1.Wiumiueco!ii!j mt. Ibo grave,
xM.itp puuis or tools for tho
graved iggf-r. During the w,
takes out an hour to dig a grave in ordinary
sod and of the regulation bize. i. c., four
and a half to five feet deep and about
nW i t' V , ,uuclcnt 111 o winter tin
, ',." ? "Tl uccessa"y, and even with
-v Liviu iiirea to lour hours to
uoie, witu tlie Uost often three feet
deep m the e-roimtl. Th.- k.:.,c- . .
, , - utsi, uiiio tor ino
b.a,va.ss- 13 toe early sprim. generally
r",rv ot April, ween ail th
7 storea away in vaults
during the winter are interred. At Graee-
instance, as manv as tblrty-t wo a
day hayo been buried. This is, of course,
nothing in comparison to tho dread periods of
'"i-uijvs paaseu inrougu during tho last
Si -smaupox, diphtheria, etc.
" , v.. v. o , ueu oo Doaieswero
uajiueu over in one day to the authorities of
on cemetery alone for interment Durin
such times of stress extra help has, of course"
to be employed.
It is a mistake to think that the crave
digger earns big wages. A regular monthly
pay of $40, or 1.50 to ?2, when hired and
paid oy the day, is about all these men re
ceive for their hard work. Cut, of course it
does not require much skill nor much pre
vious training to become a good gravedj"-ger
Any one used to handling the spade or shovel"
and able to dig a ditch or a square hole can
do tho work well. Of course, in addition to
the digging of graves, these men have to do
the sodding of the graves, and havo to earo
besides for a large number of them after the
planting, etc., has been done by tho florists
ami his assistants. Oue gravedigger, besides
digging probably a daily average of two
graves all the year around, has to mind a
couple of hundred graves. Tho watering of
the plants and turf, which js done with the
hose, takes up a larga portion of his time.
It seems chests chuck full of Spanish doub
loons, oia tumuli harboring the bones of a
hero long dead pnd bia goiden ornaments as
well, and all such buried treasures, are
mighty scarce around these diggings here
spoken of. Nothing of the kind ever has
been found in Chicago cemeteries. That's
Dr. C. A- Marshall.
Preservation of natural teeth a specialty.
Cccth extracted u itlumt pain hy ue of J.a,iuhtny
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FiTZOERAi.n's BriOK Pr.AxrsMottTH, Nkii
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
Th only JieiilixtH in the West r out rolli.jr th
.New System d Kxtnic linn in;l J-'i 1 1 inir '1 i-eili
i willioiit lam. Our unaeMlietie is en-
tirely free from
CI f JLO KOFOK3I OUKTJI Kit
AXIl IS AUSOLU'i KI.Y
Iliii'mlcss To - All
Teeth extracted arid artificial teeth inserted
i.extoayifiies.red. Tl.e preservation of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD ZWm. GOLD CAPS, ERIDGE WOBK.
The very finest oniee i trnioii Jdock. over
Wm. Herold & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Eoots end Sliocs
or Ladies and Gnts
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and as will
As can be found any pTae.n iu Ihe city and make
juu juices icai oeiy eoiiipeiilun.
Harcer's Bazar Patterns ana Ball's Corsets. I
C. F. SMITH,
T"1 "1 r r-i i
IlfcJ jDQSS 1 ailOr. ! North Robert Sherwood's Store
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
nsns-w- ice nvcEisr
VTe have our house filled wllh
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared to deliver it daily tootirnn
tomeis in any ju;irit:ty desire d.
I ALL 02DEES PEOMPTLY FILLED.
; Jeae oiders with
irm.e on ajMii Mieet. Vie In; ke a Eoee
Aii.l Loading Cars. For tti ins see us or
K. C. MfMAKIN & SON,
Telepeiie72, - - riatttmontli
cr. C, EOC1TE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-clafs: wct Fifth Ktr.f.
. cu,UUCi,- UC S unu tQ (race their far not to be wondered at, after all, Uoause its ' ever came ,
Jjere last night was unprecedented in doubtless some families that wouldn't if thev soil Not even ancient Iudiau I ver' "Note ,llcse rn s
I MRS. G. B. KEMPSTER.
nnlni. 41. a.. . -. - . i T?f:ilr'Tlrt 1 1 1 .. . . ,.
nuuiciM lunt Evcri-amc west, oi iissouri i vomer or rA(-v-
sevetitj. There was a perfect deluge of could. Jew York IVibuaa.
weapons nor the skeletons of dogs or men lroin l $3-. on-ss suits, to $-45,
rain accompanied bj wonderful electrip
phenomena. Several houses were struck
by lightning-. The kitchen roof of J. W.
The Mocking Birds Going.
A Mississippi paper says the south's great
est sonrrsters. the mockinsr birds. r tm-,m
Sho waiter's house waa badly shattered ing fewer, and tho changa is attributed to the
aua tue inuldmj set on fire. The flames iugusa sparrowa.
XOTAKY IX OI'FICR.
Titles Kxanibied. Abstarct romplled, In
surance Written, t'enl Estate Sold.
Tetter Facilities for making Farm Lo.uis than
'Anj- Other Agcacj",
l'latto mouth, - A'tUrasUa.
were extinguished, however, lefore any
serious damage was done. A hole was
toru thronsh the side of E. Parker's
house. The roof of ifr. Ilajderman's
residence was badly damage. The fam
ily was severely shocked. Basements of
business houses wera flooded. The dam
age to the Gazetfe-Jcmrnal cotypquY will
reach $1,000. Campbell & Pearsou. fur
niture, Burger Bros. & Alexander, hard?
ware, and, others, lose several hundred
I know some families dot I should belief
vhas next door to beafea if dey would only
seep aeir wiuaows clown vuen dey quarrel.
Tho great Sioux reserve embraces an area
equal to that of the states of Indiana, Couth
Parolim, Maine and. Peiaware.
!jearnui and wisdom do not always go together.
have been found underground.
It is said that "familiarity breeds con
tempt" It is therefore not to bo wondered
at that a grave digger, by dint of handling
bodies all bia lu?o, becomes callous and looks
upon the dead body of his fellow beings much
in the same way in which a grocer looks upon
a dead herring that Is, as a ware which
murt yield him so much profit. He tumblea
the dead man in his narrow lit tie houso very
unceremoniously into the grave, when there
happens to be no near relatives about. What
they hate tq do cf all things U th& digln"
out of a body far removal elsewhere. 00ne
cannot blame them, for the job is, to put it
mildly, a disagreeable one. Many a man
wouldn't want to do it for any monev. Thes
men have to do it for a few dollars. -JohiVjura
pants s-4, ?.", ,1, .4.0.00 and upwards.
5V"ill jnianijitecd a fit.
Prices Defy Compeiih'on.
Main Streets, Mattsmoutb
Practical Piano hti dim Tuner
J- E- R0BB1NS, ARTIST lJ in Pianos and Oiriijp. Oftr. e at Hoick's
INaTJtUCTlOXS given iv j lurniture fctorc, Pla!t?mcuth, Nrbratkn.
FINE OIL PAINTINC
WATER COLORS, ETQ,
ALL LOVERS O? AuT MIX INVITED
V CAM. AND
( r r t i . . . . . . , . . ! J " 1 1 .
4 - l-i U -vcn uuvtH st hans j iitereoy leaving no I atl risuils. O. I
MEAT MARKET' ' Smith & Co., Druggists. j25 SradAw
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
I warranted for all that the labtl rails
for, so if it does not relieve your cough
jou can call at our fctore and the money
will be refunded to rcu. It acts jbitnul
taneouilj on nil pruts of the yrftcm.
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