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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, SATU11UAY EVJ2XIXO, ilUNK Ui, 1S8S.
JAMK4 PATTKHftON, .IK.
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W II Ma t.ic k
Couiicllineii, 1st ward,
if 3rd "
I A HA1.IM1UHV
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i lK. A Mill I'M AN
M K MliiPiiv
) H W Ui
I V Mi Ci.i.i.n, I'll its
J W JOHNi ,CMAIliMAN
Hoard rub. Work
D 11 II AWKsWoltTlI
Deputy Treasurer, -
t'-corler of l?eds
Vlerk of liixtrict Court,
Hu;t. of I'ub. School.
IIOAItil ok HVV
A. It. Tonu. Ch'm.,
A. 15. UlCKHoX,
V. A. Cami bell
W. U. Tool.
John M. Lkviia
W. C HllOWAl.TKK
Al-l KN llKKrtOtf
tiAHS l.ODGK No. 14rt. 1 O. ). K. Meets
'every Tuenday evening of each week. All
trniMient brothers are respectfully Invited to
-MLATTMOUTII KNCAMMIKNT No. 3. I. O.
A- O. I., nieui every alternate Friday In
imu-Ii mouth iu the MaoulR Hall
Krolhers are Pivited to attend.
mitIO LOIJOK NO. St. A. O. V. W. Meets
every alternate Krlday evenliiK at K. ol I,
ha!!. T ranslent brother are respnetfully In
vited to attend. K.J. Morgan. M.isterWorkmaii ;
K. H. lUrntow. Foreman ; Frank Itrown. Over
er; 1. lluwri, 4iuide; tSeoiuo lloimworth.
Kecorder ; II. .1. Johnson. Financier; Wa-h.
hmllli. K.-eeWer ; M. Mayhrluht. i'ut M. W. ;
iick iauebeity. Inside tiu.ud.
CAMI NO. 332, MODEIIN WOODMEN
1 of ArtiHrit) Meet second and fourth Moll-
day eveulnt? at K. of 1. hall. All transient
irouer r rci"ested to ,nt' wlt" A-
Naweooier. eueraoie consul : . r,
Worthy dvlser; D, It. Smith, tJt-liaukcr ; W.
C. Wiilem, Clerk.
iI.TTS.MOUTH M)WIE NO. 8, A. Q. V. W.
Meet every alternate Friday tvenlnjC at
; 'cUwcoJ hall. if m o'cIuck, All Uansleiit brtth
rj iiiJ respectfully invited to atttiiul, I. S.
l.nrsoii, M. W. ; F. lloy d, Foreiuau i C.
Wilde, Uecorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
Ifl.ATTSMOUTH WW1KNO., A. F. A.M.
Meets on thn Hrt and third Mondays of
rach month at their hall. All transient In-other
are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. O. IIU'UKV, W. M.
Wm. Hats. Secretary
Mets st ond and fourth Tuesdav ofeaeh
juonfh at Sla-soa Hall. Traimcieut brother
bio Invited to meet with us.
F. E. White, II. P.
Wm. IIav.s. Secretary. ,
HT. ZION COMMANHAUY. NO. 5. K. T.
-JAMeet first and third Wednesday lihjht of
each month at MasoVs ball. VisitiuK brothers
are cordially Invited to meet with us.
VM. llAs. Kec. F. K. WHITK. K. C
McCONIHIE POST 5 C. A. f?.
O. S. Twis.s
....Senior Vlcu "
Olllcerof the bay.
..Quarter Master Serut.
F. A. Haths
A.N DK H.HON KKY
L. C. CURTIS....
Meetinvr Saturday evening
Koprcsent the following time
trieJ anil tire-tested companies:
American Central-8. Iuis, Assets $t.2M,liX
Commercial Uuion-KnKland. " 2.WC.314
Fire Association-Philadelphia. 4.415.676
Frankliu-rhlUdelphla, " 3.UJ.106
Home-New York. 7.S.
Jn.. Go, i,i NtittU Amoiica. Phil. " 8,474 JC2
I. IVc-rpooKVLoudon & Olobe-Ku " C ,039.73 1
North British St Mercantlle-En " 3.378,754
orwic!i Cniou-EiiKl.tnd. 145.4C
Springtleld F. A M.-Springfleld, " 3,04115
Total Assets, 112.115,774
Lasses AijaiM aoa Faii al thisAeency
WHEN YOU WANT
. . laarson,
Cor. 12th anil Granite Streets.
Contractor and Builder
Personal attention to all Biuineca Entrust
to my care.
XOTAKY IX OFFICE.
Title Examined. Ahstarctn Compiled, In
surance Wtlneu, Keal Estate Sold.
nettr Facilities for making Farm Loan than
t Aay Other Agency,
FREDERICK IS DEAD.
He Passes Away Surrounded by His
Household And Cabinet.
Kkkmk, June 15. The emperor died
at 11 o'clock.
Potsdam, Juno 15. A bulletin issued
tin hour lefore the emperor died said he
had lten lyin for some time in n light
itluniher, with wukeful intcrvul.s, during
which hi khowed distinct signs of con
aciousuesa. He cave no indication of
Buffering puin. His pulse ar.d breathing
were very weak. There had been no
material chango in his condition during
the night. All the members of the royal
family remained at the castle until after
midnight. The empress did not leave
the chHtle, and at 4 o'clock resumed her
watch at the emperor'a bedside.
The death of the emperor has caused in
tense excitetemcnt In this city. All the
members of the royal family and minis
ters were present in the death chamber at
r rcdrichskron Palace, at Potsdam. The
emperor laid this morning in a legarthic
condition, sometimes rousing for a few
minutes. During the last hours of his
life he made several fruitless attempts. o
make himself understood. l(e died with
out, a struggle, surrounded Ly all the
mciubcis of his family. The remains now
lie in the bed where the emperor died.
Von Werner sketched the emperor's fea
tures after death. The flag over the pal
ace was lowered to half-mast at 11:20
this morning. Prince Bismarck arrived
at Potsdam at 1:40 this af terpen,
f.rs occupy tle road from fTicdnohskron
Castle to 8.111 Soucir. In the Interior of
the castle the Lchr battallion mounts
guard. Ministerial council was held just
before the emperor died. Prince Bismarck
who presided at the council, was much
bUMK I.ATEH PAri'S,
Pothdam, June 13-5:30. Princo Bis
marck and all the members of the minis
try, aides-de-camp and officers on duty
in the palace have been admitted to the
room in which the remains lie. The s?r
vants of the household nai sp'jdicrs of
the Lelir battallion were afterward allow
ed to enter and paid their laat tribute of
respect to their master. The empress,
overwhelmed with grief, has withdrawn
to her apartments and is seen by no one.
It is stated the remains will be (eed
within Fqecjeuikjehe, beside those of
FrPtl crick Vt
Official attestation ol the death and
cause of the death was made this after
noon. The will of the deceased, depos
ited in the acl lives of the minister of the
household, will be duly opened n h,e
presence of the mlne? of jaiicet The
iue of a proclamation, of William II ta
the nation id not expected until after the
Terribly Punished by Prisoners-
Paksoxs, Kan., June 15. Steve Hughes
a notorious tough (colored) character of
this city, was lodged in the couqty j:il
yesterday for attempting tq qssasjnate a
vrr,ite man named Selp Canaday last Sun
day night. There were twenty prisoners
in the jail, and they orgaime'l a court,
Impaneled a jury, and proceeded to try
Hughes on the charge of trying to down
his man in the dark in a cowardly man
ner. He was found guilty and sentenced
to receive twenty-five lashes on the b.are
back. He was stripped and whipped in
an unmerciful manner with a piece of
leather belting. His cries brought the
jailer to his rescue, but too late to save
him from a terrible punishment.
A Pitched Battle Reported.
Dexisox, Tex., June 15. A repeat
reached here today that the militia under
Gov. Quy, of the Chickasaw Nation, and
the non-citizens at Ardmore, had had a
pitched battle and the militia were rout
ed. Tlie .eport lacks confirmation, Alec
H"Hnie, treasurer of the Chickasaw Na
tion, who is in the city, thinks the report
a cucard and does not anticipate trouble,
The report is discredited,, as the militia
were to meet at Tishimingo on the 13th,
and they could not reach Ardmore in less
than two days ride. It is stated that
non-citizens, to the number of 300, are at
Ardmore and will await the arriyal of
Fremont's Free Delivery.
Femoxt, Neb., June 10. Postmaster
Murray of this city has just received offi
cial notice from Washington that free
mail delivery service will be commenced
here on the first of July. It was intend
ed that the service should have begun on
the first of last January, but there were
so many applications in ahead of Fre
mont's that the appropriation for this de
partment were exhausted before Fremont
was reached. Three camera have been
appointed. Twenty-eight iron mail box
es for different portions of the city were
A KANGAROO ROUND UP.
Host Australian Farmers Slaughter th
fetrang-a Looking- Maranplala.
A reporter met a gentleman recently who
bas been largely identified with pastoral in
terest both in Australia and New Zealand.
and from Lira some interesting facts wero
ascertained in connection with vho efforts of
antipodean agriculturists to combat the
plague of the long eared ietta.
"The drive idea," said the gentleman, 'i
not entirely new to Australians. They hnve
for years employed a somewhat similar
method of ridding pastoral lands of the de
structive kangaroo. The usual Viiy was to
tmild a capacious stock yard, with very hiah
fences, for your able bodied kangaroo it no
slouch at playing leap frog. The location
generally chosen was ou the fork of a river.
tor kangaroos are not extra partial to water.
Invitations to tho round up would then bo
mill to neighboring fanners, and on as;wi
fled morning tho farmers would ull put iu an
aplaranoe, mounted, and accompanied by
whatever kungnroo hounds they chanced to
(tosses. Dogs and owners would then get
away back and scatter out in tkirmihing or
d. r until a largo rcetion of country was
covered, and then circumnavigation was in
order, tho object point, of course, being tho
lofty ktock yard.
"Pretty toon you would hear the lwiyingof
scores of hounds, and then tho l:.:-.g jumping
marsupials would bo ni-a le.n.i::g iil.e gigai"
tic frogs, while the sUirtuishcrt would ad
vance and cloo in steadily and systematitr
Ky, controlling thu l..uti.l- tho while, no as
to gradually thivot tho ho;,!ing raugaroos to
the desired point. When tho mob, w hich on
occasions nur.iijcred many hundred.-;, were
lin-Jly licilxd iu tho plaee of slaughter, some
one was isent to c!ot-o tho draw gale on them
and tho fun commenced. The dogs were
strained and family relics i:i tho i-hapo ol
lluuderbu.Kes and ancient flint hK-!;s were
brought into n 'nii.siiioa ur.til U 'r'o grass
.tnd crop dwjmilcr had b'tte,;, Uii tlu-'t v
'Kangaroo- jijue ii ion-n for tho hounds
on sonic (KHHlsiuiW, d'j they ItoU1' usked tho
"You l et they do. An old man kangaroo
it just ns toush a bit of mechanism at ever a
dog tat-Lh;d. When fairly tnrnotvd l:o will
plaej his buck aain.-t a in-o or io;-k and in
vite tho best dog in the pack ti) p";iw oil. .)ld
dogs orv wary of thrr-i. u'sU use tbeir bt
emU-avors to jt.t au "tar a-l.ei-k- r,,..
Uhind, but' u ywnx botni.l will ft-e.jarr.tlv
rui into, tho bayed iiinriut-ial's ni-ms. u. to
iwalr, and if ho jcts away llivo ho is luokj-.
Tho kangaroo will balance himself firmly ou
ols tail, which is both powerful and springy,
.md wiil clasp tho dog around tho lodV Vith
ai.thind logs, while ho will utilise- thtisharn
olasof his foro pnwj ui.:r tho bruto's
stomach fctfSliMw'ana: haul Uisvatrails
"I reinarkod lwf'o t'ar.t kangaroos did not
.:iko laiuily to water, but w hen goaded to
-sporation on a plain whore there lira no
.roc? or l ocs in tight to back up against,
hey will net hesitate to flop into a, water
10k, and it i-i a mutter of history Uiat a kau-,-aroothus
placel ha"! V. i;owii toi-as;.
.11 attacklry; hviuiui ' Mit hold him uuuc'i
VtfUr iuU droMi'I,
"The day.? of rOUn.lh)g up aro pretty weil
t an isul JiOV.-, us the froverumeuts 01 tho
Jirt.v.,t Australia. 1 colonies pay so much a
.alp for kangaroos, and this has induced
lumbers of hunters to follow tho business of
';angaroo shoo:in. I!v th.'s menu.: ih,.
rouble-ome aui.iials aro knit ;'.avii. raid it u
mly a question of a littlo time when thov
rill lie li45y tit.'rniinated." Hn Fi ancisco
W5i; a Clsa:ap!o: Walker .Ad vines.
Walking i.? oao of tho kio cevero of uU
.he athletic exercises. All tho muscles in the
. uolo body aro brought into jday iu w:il"
and if there is a weak sp; t aiiywhc-ro it
ill Ik; found out in tho racw For a walking
ace of from 0110 to fivo miloT sj)esl U tlie
hief thing to obtain, and trj do thU a very
evcro coarse uf tsiitin;' has to bo gono
rhroiigh., : iian mu-it l in prime condition,
md must 1)3 ublo to movo quickly for a resort
race. TI10 strain on tho walker is very se
vere, and in walking a short distance the
!!", arms and legs aro al! uicd to help the
(Mslestrian along. To walk well the bod
hould bo kept in aa upright position, tl e
-.boulders squared and the head thrown back.
Tho anus should bo kept well to tbo side;;,
md by using tbem with each stride th'-y wii!
.really aid the walker. TUo t ido should be
f ordinary length, and should bo taken
irmly ami ivitii tho hoel well down.
To learn to walk fairly ii tho fh-st Ibing to
earn and then speed can Ijo acquired cfter-A-ar.l.
For a long distanea race endurance 1
vhut it most wanted. Tho man wLo can jog
round tho track hour after hoar nt an easy
ait will accomplish mach more than th
man who runs a few miles at n rapid pace
and tbeu takes a long rest,. A long and care
ful training is neofisary to bo able to com
lete suot'-tnk-fully in a six days' race. First of
all, the contestant must be in good health
Then be must get ofT all unnecessary flesh,
and then good exercise must be taken to de
velop all tho muscles. I take exerciso as
much as possible in tho ojien nir, but when
the weather i cool or wet the work should
all le done under cover. For food I take
almost everything that is nourishing, care
fully avoiding anything that I find is hard to
digest. For drinks old ale and tea are the
best. During the race I live on such light
things as chicken, custard, jellies and beef
tea. I do all my training early in the morn
ing, rising with the sun and retiring soon
after it bas set. George Littlewood in New
York Mail and Express.
The Mahout and Ills KleplianU.
The Burmese mahouts are most kind to
their elephants. They tickle then; behind tb
ears, stroke and fondle tbem and call them
hy endearing names, thus getting more work
out of the beasts by these means than the
natives of Bindostan do. The latter are
sometimes very cruel to tbo elephants under
their charge, striking tbem on the top of the
skull with the crooked iron rod called ancus.
This goad is sharpened to a point at its
rounded end, and as the driver, the mahout,
aits astride of the animal's neck, with feet and
legs behind the huge flapping ears, be is in a
position to inflict many a painful blow with
bis instrument of torture, Elephants do not
travel fast, their gait being at best but a
shambling walk; twenty-five miles is the out
side limit of a day's journey. Cor. San Fran
It Is marvelous what an nrw.n .
T"! ma8,c ords
You needut paj for ; qow." .
SONG OF THE NIGHT WIND.
Ths night wind Is -ini;tn one. son.
Ilo' b! hai an' for Uir oint wind's on
n's wailloK In sorrow. tuTa (nt-icning Lo
He's c&lllofc Uie falrlea u waJts 00 it lea.
He's wooing the aionnalds 10 come troiu their
And sport to the moonlight mod daiico ou the
He's trilling as soft and as iwiwt as a bird.
He's CelllriK of love with never a wont.
He's whispering low to the dead on the hill.
He Lauuta tlieru with lying o bite anu so sillL
lie's screamuiK to eagles m aeries 00 hin.
He bids them come forth mul oia ui ai cry
lie's telling tlieru or the lid tiauuts bo har seeo.
The fathomleKS gorges In iviuc-h Dt has beeu.
And how he uroa on llgtuulng like wings
And saw In the heaven Ineffable things
He's mourning o'er roues that droop to to
lie's weeping and sobbing o'er dead withered
He Roes where he wills and he slogs as he picnic.
He charms and he soothed and he tauuts and be
One moment he's merry, another he's sad.
Sow peacefully crooulng. now roaring aud mad.
t A marvelous song Is the ulght wind's song.
Ho! hoi hat ha I for Uie night wind's song!
S. M. Bent In Homo Journal
A Truly Crulpful Onltor.
"I arn truly Crry to give you Min. Str
Ilankinson." said the young lady, "but please
do not allude to this subject again. 1 can
never be your wife."
"That is your final answer, Miss Irener
"It is." .-
"Nothing can Induce you to chance vour
"My mind is firmly and unalterably made
"Miss Irene," said the young maa. Kkini!
and looking about for his hat, "before com
ing here this evening 1 nvuiea bet of ol) wim
v an I'erkius that you would say no to my
proppEL I have won. it was taking a risa.
but I was dead broke. Miss Irene," be con
thiued, his voice quivering with emotion.
you have saved a despairing man from t
rate of a suicide and woo the life lonir rospect
and esteem of a grateful heart. Uooc) even
ing. "Chicago Tribune.
I 6lfc of Himself.
13-Pommissiouer Roll in M. Squire Is a
noted story teller, and whenever he appeals
in a public place is surrounded by a croup of
acquaintances intent or. listening to bim.
Oua of bis stories told rec ltJy was that of
an Irish drill sergeant who baa been put b.
charge of an awkward squad. At the word
of command "Right face!" one of the recruits
turned completely about, bringing himself in
exactly the same position from which he
started. "IlCij Mosesl" bbrieked the drill
sergeant; "phft does yez mane by torn in
oompietely about when I sez right face!"
1 be reel uit at as av. k ward in his answer as
he had been ic his n-.aneveririg. and lht old
sergeant, with the inte:.t:o:i sending bim
to the gup-u hoi;se, iknmr.df d his name.
"Turner," s4d tte man. whereupon Ii isb wit
asserted itself, and the old sergeant said.
begorre, and yes coulint help it then.
New York Tribune.
A loishlng trura "T abliy.
Laboucbere lU-.etis lxrd W olsefey to Bou
lauger. He says: "There is the 6acv en
deavoronthe part of both tc pen.uade tlio
world that be is a regenerator, the sao.a con
tempt for parliamentary government, anil
the same puffing of a gang. Whether either
is worth bis salt in the field is an unrlecidec
point, because neither has had an opportunity
of showing what he is worth. Bonlanger
never having commanded in chief, and lxrd
Wolseley only having dom so against A-shan
tees. Egyptian fellahs, and such like toes.
Wonderful, indeed, is the contrast between
these two bragging, self seeking heroes and
Moltke, the man 01 deeds, not of words I"
Danger Ic a New Ilonse.
It has been estimated that the walls of a
building In which 50.0X10 bricks are used re
quire nearly 5,000 gallons of water In the
construction; this being stored in the pores
and spaces of tbe bricks and mortar until
dispelled in tbe form of vapor. It can net
be too well known that until tbfs large quan
tity of water is so dispelled, tbe bouse U not
habitable. Tbe town of Basle, in ttvitrei
lane, has recently adopted a wise regulation
which forbids the occupation of newly built
houses until four months after completion.
Just It. Exactly.
"I had my picture taken today," said littk
Christine. "1 crossed my arms and leaiiPi-1
on a chair, and tbe picture man put my heat.
in some tongs."
"Why. you must have looked like a lump
of sugar in sugar tongs." laughed papa.
"Why, so I must have," 6aid Cnnstine. de
lightedly, " 'cause tbe roan kept saying
Wrhat a 6weet littlo girl.'" Religious
The Coat All Right.
Mr. Isaacs tein Sbacob, my boy. you
cboost try on dis coat for dot shentlcmnus so
he sees vat it looks like.
Customer after Jacob has tbe coat on) 1
don't like it, isaacstein. it looks Dutch y.
Mr. Isaacstein (earnestly! My freut. It
vasn't de coat vot looks Dutchy, dot vas
Sbacob. Hew York Sun.
A Novelty In Games.
Lawn balloon Is a novelty in games, and
meant as cricket for ladies. Light balls and
equally light bats ore used instead ot tne
hard balls and heavy bats employed (n
cricket. No bowling is required, while
stooping is also rendered unnecessary, and a
large number can play it. Chicago Herald
A Peaceful Nature.
"Why, Jim I what did you shoot tnat man
"To avoid trouble. I knew we'd be a quar
relin' if we kep' on, and 1 hate a row.1 Life.
Loaded in Quick Time.
The other day a steamer made fast, to a
dock at Duluth, adjusted six receiving spouts,
took on 52,000 bushels cf wheat and wac oil
with her load in forty-nine minutes.
When potter's ware Is boiled for the pur
pose of hardening it. a handful or two of
bran should be thrown into the water, and
tbe glazing will never be injured by acids or
Baldheaded Indians are now far more
uumerous than they were In former Mines.
This is accounted for by their adopting tbe
custom of wearing hats and
JSTO T T
We cnniestly reqiicst all of our fiii i.d.s
indebted to us to call nt once and utile
accounts due. We have FuMaiiud Imivy
loss by the destruction of our Ihiuuh
House at Fairmont, Ncl., hy lire and now
that we need money to int-tt our obliga
tions, we hope there will not he 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
Dr. C. A- Marshall.
M XSiIff T I ST !
Preservation of natural teeth a cpecialty.
Cetlh extracted wit limit imin hy use of lnmliing
All work warranted. Prices reasonaMe.
Frr.GERAiai's Br.ic'K. 1'l.attsmoutii, Nkh
Wm. Ilerohl & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Boots anil Shoes
or Ladies and Gents
FURNISHING - GOODS.
lie keeps as large and as well
As can be found any place in the city and make
you prices that defy competition.
Harpsr's Bazar Patterns and Ball's Corsets.
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from $1(J to $:., dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4. $5, $f.50 and upwards.
CSPWill guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
J. E. ROBBINS, ARTIST,
INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IX
FINE OIL PAINTINC
WATER COLORS, ETC.
ALL .kOYEItS O? AKT ARE INVITED
TO CALL ANI
EXAMIUE 3C"ST WOEK
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & RAMSE
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
j The only DenlMo In the West rn 11 f ruling this
1 Mew System f Extract inu Hint Killing 'J ceth
without J'aiii. our HiiaeMhetiu is en
tirely free from
CHLOROFORM OR KTHEIt
AM IS ABSOLUTELY
Harmless - To - All
Teeth extracted and RTtiflclitl teMh Inserted
ixt day if desired. 1 he preservation of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very 11 nest. Office in Union i'.lock, over
The Ciliers iJank,
ZtsnETW" ICE IMIIEIN"
We have our house filled wiili
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared lo deliver it daily to our cus
tomers in any ju:iiitity desired.
ALL 0EDEES PEOMPTLY FILLED.
Leave 01 lei wit h
J"- n?1- isExjidiDisirrEn.
At store on Sixth Street. We Mi.ke a Spec
And Loading Cars. For tt 1 ins see us or
H. C. MfMAKEN & &ON,
Telephcno'72, - - Plattsmonth
cr. C, BOOITE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-cla?s; west Fifth Street.
North IJobert Slicrwood's Store.
MRS. G. B. KEMPSTER,
Teacher cf Vocal & Instrumental Music
Residence Northwest Corner of Elev
enth and Main Streets, Huttfmouth,
C3-. 33. KIEIVI PSTER,
Practical Yvm snd Organ Tuner
First-class wot k guaranterd. Also deal
er in Pianos snd Organs. Oflice fit F.otck'a
furniture store, Plattsniouth, Nebraska.
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is warranted for nil that the label calls
for, so if it does not relieve your cougli
you can call at our store and the money
will be refunded to you. It acts simul
taneously on all pnrts of the system,
thereby leaving no bad mult?. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists. j23-3md&w
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