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Tne Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. KUUrjr, lllUt, Uockwood Building
Irphon Si. .
The Fourth of July-
Tlie grand old fourth U rolling 'round.
Hut not a move to make it sound
As though the people ere around -To
see what uood they might accomplUh.
Dr. KIkU. Ofllra la khtrwood Blork
1mm l-r &iih mm-i (iraiilte. Trlrpbonv AO
Tno fourth of July will soon be here
once more and no move has been made
as yet, excepting by one or two men who
Dm t' smith. th plii" ltlt, l'nlo seem to have an interest in the welfare
lock, er tliue' iuk, ruttwotii. of Qur tit A Ineeting wa8 called last
night by a committee, and no one appar-
ently put in an appearance but the mem
bers of the committee. Little has been
said eo far in the way of agitating the
people to a sense of their duty to'the city
when such an opportunity presents itself.
me" in vvrdnJsday niht. All are cordially Somebody is continually wanting to see
LnUnT.reM if somebody has done anything yet, and
mnK ttVeUy who when somebody sees that somebody else
nv nei'ii roeiimru . . ------ i ijas occn loOKiiiir 10 seo n bouicuuuj
CATHOLir.-St. Paul's Church Oak. between
Fifth and Kixth. Father t.'arury. Pastor.
Services: Mat at 8 and 10 :.'!0 a. M. Sunday
Mi IkmjI at 2 W. wltll oeueuicuun.
i... u ii . m. null 7LK1 P. N. i mj'i
Hi'hool at 2 im, Willi utueuicuuii.
CMRMTIAN. Corner Ixcust and Eighth. M
A. Hampton, pastor. Sunday School 10 A. m
Prraebloi; II A. M. and 7 U)0 tr. M. tray
Two Old Citizens.
The following paragraphs were clipped
from the Omaha Htrald, in which the
names of two old residents of this city
Mrs. Sharp left this morning for Glen
tt I .!.:. .riKn.Mll ar
airs. jvrnu icr " i appear: v
Chicago. "Lincoln. June 15--J. D. Calhoun
f'nt. L. D. Hennett starts for Chicago has sold the Lincoln Daily ' Democrat to
1 Al Fairbrother. now employed by tlie
tomorrow morning. ,i. lt n r Hi.kIhipIL the liefa
Mr. A. Clark leaves for Chicago this Lincoln correspondent, and S. D. Cox.the
afternoon on the flyer. Omaha Herald s Lincoln corresponuem.
. The consideration is suid to be f 13,000.
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Greusbl leu lor transfer wiU be made iuly 1. The
Hastings this morning. paper will be changed into a republican
Mrs. IL H. Windham was a passenger sheet and improyeu materially.
THIS WEEK'S BARGAINS
thonwHives known either hy note or person
KriiM-WAU-Kt. Luke's Church, corner! hird
and Vine. liev. 11. M. Uuri-ei.-. pai-tor. her-
vi' es : II A. M. a'd 7 :M v. M . Sunday School
at 2 :30 I. M.
kkmX Mr.THoiiT. Corner Sixth Kt. and
irnit. Ke. Hlrt.l'antor. Services : II A. M.
and 7 :30 r. M. Sunday School 10 A. M.
IK v.B u YTKltl AN. Main, between Sixth and
Seventh. Itev. J . T. Bainl, pastor. Scrv e.
i.sual hour, morning and evening. Sunday
bchool V -.30.
r. fnnni4T -Sixth St.. betWCU Malll
i.d Pearl. Uev. W. U. Alexander, pastor.
U.r.lKU 1 I A M . 7 -M P. M.
2 :i v.m'. Prayer meetic Wednesday evening-
Uitkman Pkfskvtkhian. Comer Main and
Ninth. Itev. Witte. pastor. Services : usual
hours. Sunday tchool i A. M.
Swkkmmh ,oNiuriATioNAL C.ranite, be
tween Fifth and sixth.
done anything, somebody finally does
nothing, and if they only continue to
look to see what somebody cLso docs,
somebody will certainly get left about
the fourth day of July, 1888.
We feel quite certain that the business & yWU
, e . 1 1 A.A . 1 ..i n ..t l- I
men nere, n iuey cau iuun i mm vu
interests at all. would donate enough to
" Norfolk. Neb.. June 15. F. H. Car-
rahcr. a slioe manufacturer of this city,
suicided by taking strychnine. A coron
er's inquest was held which elicited the
fact that Carraher has been acting . some
what strange ever since he came here,
nhont two months aero. This morning
Messrs. Henry Weckbach, L. G. Larson i uurchased strychnine at a
for Chicago this drucr store. savinr he wanted to use !
it. nmnnnin" rats. Isot loner after-
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to Omaha this morning.
Miss Ella Gabler, of Omaha,, is in the
city on a visit to her friends.
Mr. F. D. Seelemier and wife left for
La Platte to visit over Sunday.
and Walt Dayis start
Mr. Orla Armfield leaves this afternoon
for his old home at Elmwood, Indiana,
Messrs. C. E. Wescott and Thos. Rey-
wards he was seized with convultions at
his shop, and in spite of the efforts of
physicians to save mm ne expireu im
mediately. He had taken a large dose
nf tli itnwnrful druT. A letter was
found in his handwriting which read:
;.n?eV, one of his salesmen, leave this Jet , good-bye;be fair with all my child-
?i-!'0' keel tbe wheel roll,nS' anJ they WOUld r,.' 4... ni,,,.!,, mn. Oood-bve. Frank." Carraher wa.-
Itecause It's so warm,
'I lie people a!l swarm
Arouiul tlie slia'le lr-c.
To Unci a cool breeze.
surely resceive a ricn rewam iiiuncn'j. m
Since a few have started the work, let Mrs. J. P. Young and sister, Miss Nora
it be carried through successfully, and if Campbell, left this morning for their
the people here would only get a move home at Queen City, Mo.
on themselves, there would not be a I Miss Maggie Johnson, ot lveota, ioy a,
question of doubt presented as to their arrived yesterday morning on a visit to
succcssfulness. If a grand celebration her cousin, Mr. Jas. Pine,
here is advertised to some extent outside, jg Blanch Feight, of Omaha, who
a large number will certainly come here j,a8 yeea visiting Misses Maud and Mamie
to see what is going on, if for nothing cCoy, returned home this morning,
more than the novelty of seeing Platts- ,r;Q Trti and Mav Lathron start
mouth get in motion. Kock Jilulis, f Denver tomorrow morning. Miss
Weeping Water and all the great cities May .g only going on a vis;t du,ing the
in the vicinity of the metropolis of the vaCation, and Hatt'e goes thither
Warm. That's all.
What did Chicago ever do to Platts
- In our persoual list today, Chicago
is sultstituted in many places for Omaha. .. y time wiy cau- WCJ
The Kiddle House hiis secured quite 'e would like to see Uock Buffs Weep
county are energetic enough to have a
a novelty and enclosed it in a bottle of
water. Go and see it!
The fare for tlie rouud trip tickets
1 3 Chicago have been reduced to $10.
The tickets will be limited from the lith
to the 25th,.
Mr. Geo. T. Quinn was awarded ft
license today by Judge Kussell to marry
Miss FrancU Gordon, both of the western
part of this county.
-Mr. Denson and wife who leside cn
Billings How, ara deeply bereaved today
.r tUn lu of tlip.ir child. The child
died somstim J List night.
Mrs. Leslie Basset, of Chicago, elo
cutionist, will appear at the opera house,
Tuesday evening, June 2(ith, undar the
auspices of the B. of L. F. and E.
Mr. Morris O'Rourk has a pet attach
ing Water once over the loss of a cele
bration which they might have had had
it not been for that town up there on the
mouth of the Platte.
Since the committee was not unsuccess
ful in securing a quorum for their coun
cil last night, they have determined to
stir up the boys of the fire brigade, and
if they are successful in securing their
assistance, they should also request them
to make use of their fire apparatus in
to reside permanently.
Mr. Henry Jackson leaves this after
noon on the flyer for his home at Burling
ton. After a few days' vsist there, he
will continue his trip to Chicago to at
tend the republican couyention.
Mr. II. C. Ritchie left last evening for
York, being called there on account mt
the sickness of his little girl. Mrs. Ritchie
and children, who are visiting there at
present, will return with him tomorrow.
Mr. Sol. Levi, salesman at Elson's
clothing store, starts this afternoon for
throwing water on the sleepy people who his old home at Rock Island where ne
are inakTnf no efforts to wake up at this will visit for a few days, after which he
late hour of the day,
If some of them will continue his journey to Chicago to
ren. Uooct-uve. xranK. urruuci wua
was a widower 31 years of age, and
leaves two children, who are at Nebraska
Citv. TT has a brother and an uncle
living at Emrick postoffice, this county,
to whom a messenger had been sent.
Thev are expected to arrive and take
charee of the remains tonight. The
coroner's jury rendered a verdict that
deceased came to his death by taking
r rvchnine administered by his own
JJSEFUL, THOUGH ABUSED.
A Short Chapter Concerning the MephltU
Americans A Valuable Far.
Who has not beard of that little symphony
in black and white known ti. fashionable
circle as the "Russian cat," but better
known by ornithologists and chicken coops
as the great American skunk? Webster 6ays
the skunk "is nearly allied to the weasel on
the one hand and the otter on the other,"
but he initrht have cone farther and fared
worse by saying that the skunk had the
happy faculty of making his presence felt
and smelt even in Egyptian, darkness. On
the darkest night he can create a commotion
altogether out of proportion to his size.
One of the largest dealers In raw furs In
New York paid a tribute to the excellencies
of the great Mephitis Americana the other
afternoon, and his story upon the fragrant
but highly useful bird was of an interesting
Tli r.rlnoinn.1 sa well as the best fur in
the United States," said he, "is that of tbe
skunk. It is the most voluble as well as the
most salable. In New England the skunk Is
found mainly in Connecticut, New Hamp-
- I . . . .i rf-Mi n 1 i:n I . ? . a ; l tTM V.ii within n n
.r it... i. f i narfii-'innrn in rim i;m('3i() nuuuuiiLuu i sajre. fliamo auu Ywmuuu,
are not inaue aware oi me t' 1 - - fiffw mt, n, thn town of Derbv. in
aiu vsi uiii " '
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Fourth is near, it will roll smoohtly and jubilation.
slowly by and those people will ask when Hoto Cass gets Anotier Boarder,
the Fourth ot July celebration will take jamea Connell, who not long sinpe bid
place. Let everybody donate in some a(Jieu to cujcago ftrid the state of Illinois,
way towards the success of such a move. seekino- other fields and pastures green,
ed to his hand which he is tenderly nurs- jf vou i,ave no m0ney to spare, look for j hJe(l iijmseif to the garden spot Nebras
ing. One of the ball tousers made him a some one tuat iias am make them con- kawhere doth abound all the best gifts
present of it the other day at their game, tributc to aid the good cause. There Q the Go(j of nature to man. In due time,
Ti.i nftf-moon tlie fiver will pass will be a meeting tonirI)t at the council it Sfieras.this "innocence abroad" brought
throuoh here at the regular hour. The chamber. If nothing is done, a lot of up jn the quiet, modest little town of ing. perhaps, a white stripe on the head, is
will go to Weeping Water and Cedar Creek wheM ston6 sand rarbB
Connecticut, more skunks can be found than
in all Massachusetts. The animal lives largely
iipon vegetables, and if the crops should be
poor in one state they travel until they find
a state where the situation is more favorable.
There they will breed and remain so long as
the vegetable crop remains good. This fact
has been woven into an adage by old trap
pers, who say, "Poor vegetable crop, poor
There are four grades of skins, which may
be described thus: No. 1, all black, exceptv
train will be made up in two sections as the people
this will be an excursion
expected to be loaded.
Choir practic both for church and
Sunday school tonight at the Christian
church. Sunday school scholars are es
train and it is Rock Bluffs to spend their filthy lucre.
himself from the death grip which had
secured sivJi a firm hold on him. The
realization of his own scyefe jllntss was
not the only source of trouble to him;
Today we have been called upon to
chronicle as eyent, which will, no doubt,
cast a shadow over may, and which
will, through sympathy, if nothing more,
necially requested to come and learn 'cause u,any to drop their heads in deep
pieces and new books.
Mr. Cutler finished up some photo
graphs for our tam the other day. TLey
lo:k vcrv fine. If people desiring them
do not secure some soon, the boys will j
have a big price set on them. j
Why not sue the" republican conven
tion for cruelty to annimals since it has
thrown out an influence which is calling
all our grocers out of the city and caus
ing iheir stores to be closed up
The ceuntry in the vicinity of this
thriving little city of ours is fast gaining
a reputation as a garden of Eden. Mr.
Murphy has purchased over 500 charts
of home-grown strawberries. We "will
not starvt if the groceas Jo all go to
Mr. George II. Palmer, son of Cap
tain Palmer, of this city, who was elected
& delegate from here to the meeting of
the fon3 of Veterans, at Tecumseh, has
fiinco been fleeted there with two others
to attend the state council and also as a
delegate with two others to attend the na
tional convention which will be held at
Wheeling, West Virginia, which uwets
tnmKtnpit. This vounjT man has
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represented Plattsmouth in grand shape
We arc glad, to hear of one so young
with such a successful start, and we take
great pleasure in extending to him our
What strange things do come to pass.
Only the other day (it is reported) Messrs.
Mtt. Gering and Byron Clark, two of our
prominent legal men, were called to Pa
.-Jnc Junction. A case was being held
there on which these two gentlemen hat!
been employed. They took a witness
f rOui here (whose name we cannot learn
nd after they had reached tho great city
in safety, the witness wished to take
rest and prepare himself for the great
duty before him. He dropped himself
o-ently onto the platform at iLe depot
His coat was not brief and his pocket not
err tiht, so as it struck the sidewalk,
a bottle filled with the god old spts.
frumenti dropped out on the ground.
Thev asked him what he was doing with
sucb. a thinK as mat mere, tic repueu
l vos no spring fchiclcen. v en l come
Trt- T iilvavs lring someting like
"ravel doth luxuriantly abound, tlie at
traction of which has opened the eyes of
Jay Gould, Tom Murphy, and ev2n Jerry
3. black, with short body stripes, www
cents; No. 8, black, with still longer stripes
than No. 2, SO to 35 cents; No. 3, a regular
zebra for stripes, brings only 15 cents.
The month when the skunk is in the best
condition and when the fur is nearly perfect,
Farthing, all 5f whom, no doubt, have
o-olden dreanis of the bright future of is November. The fatter the animal is the
that little sand and corn vUU.. Naturally W"- LZKr;
regret when we inform them of the death enough this son of the Emerald Isle vegetable crops and becomes plamp and
ofVr, Solomon, of the well known firm should make a halt at this magnificent P'SJ
of Solomon te H&tUp, of this city, and spot, so supremely attractive in general wh.,e nQt go va!uable astheNo-
we ioin in with the entire community in appearance, and being little short of yembeT article, are considered prime, and
- .i i "cMrla Ani-r-r'i the sand kins Mur- those obtained in January are about the
tnr nir nnr sinPPlfi SVmnatllV tO those SCaClS, app. C,j.Crl T.ie SSinil h.lll0, mm cn ;Q thin
iwhu.Ub l i . ... , -i i 5am a. tt nen buiuik uycus "'"
who haye so unfortunately fallen into phy and Farthing, ana strike tnem Kiua- and Krasg7 and whqe outwardly the fur is
such unutterable sorrow Mr, Solomon iy ior a jou u. " RrSS
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drab to a reddish color, therefore the March
skins are usually of a very poor quality.
Tfcs trip used in catching tjhe animal is what
is known as a "dead fail." It la generally
baited with skunk flesh, that being consid
ered the best.
The skins nearlv all come to New York,
and many are shipped to England, but the
Khnimct rn used In the United oiaces.
has been unfortunately afflicted with im- purse. Murpny, true to tne magnan.muy
,a;red health for a Ion- time, and has ot ail uy tne panic, ana uav.ng u.
exercised every means available to rescue
and heart to heip a brotiier in distress,
gaye Jimmy Connell a job of work,
which was all proper and right. But it
seems the paymaster did not get around
soon enough or often enough to suit Jim-
but that with the additional burdens he my, so ho too LiWsef fp Plattsmouth Xhereforet an the small dealers try hard to
w.is compelled to bear of late, hastened
or urge2 g$ the death monster which
was slowly approatiil. His wife, for
some time, has suffered much wiih ill
health, which helped to worry him con
siderable. They iil both gone to Eure
ka Springs, Arkansaw, for the purpose
rT ! 111 5 r I m Mipir broken constitutions
at the time of his death, and have been enough and pheek enough to borrow a
to press his needs and wants of money at bijy t?Jiat Ij known as the "November
U,1 f,o A rrlrlnrr Ir. ihla rUv llA SKUnj. 1 HH, un-u . "I"
took a saloon for an intelligence office,
at least that is the first place he brought
up at, to innuire for beer and his pay
master, and the result shows he must
have inquired more for the former than
the latter, for he had soon got full
there about two months. Mr. Pinley,
manager of their business here, recti ved
a dispatch from there yesterday after
noon, stating that they would bring the
corpse to Omaha immediately for inter
ment, aud it .exported that as soon a
they arrive there thujt Ike frjneral will
take place. Tho doors of the store here
will be closed until Tuesday morning.
His comnlaint was dropsy. Thecommu-
nijiy sympathize with the relatives in
their sad bereifvement,
Yr M. C, A.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
men to be present at tha Young Men's
Christian Association song und gospel
meeting, tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock,
in the Presbyterian church. Mr. E. J.
fetreijht will have charge of the ineeting.
Subject, "Does the 'Lord need me?" Let
all members be jie(.at. All strangers
are welcome. E. J. Wink,
To avoid poor cigars you should lay in
a supply of the famous " Bjid " pigar,
manufactured by Julius Pepperberg.
If the Chicago rnvenfon will call them away.
tor the puroose ot nominating a man that will
Th dem craf who did blow such a lot I May
"WH" surely take a drop and haye nothmx to
revolver without the asking and then pro
ceeded to apother saloon and there com
manded the proprietors and clerks to va
cate and leave him to run the ranch,
They didn't see it that way, and culled
the marshal who took him to Hotel Cass.
He was arragned before J udge Stiles yes
terday morning on two counts, pleading
about three inches wide for trimming pur-
noses, is worth $3 to $4 a yard. The fur
mnritet Is affected bv London sales. A war
scare abroad causes prices to decline. New
York Press. "
It is said that some clothespin box packers
cab pack 72,000 a day. They are paid one
cent for packing a box of four Cfosa.' At this
rate they make fo a aay.
Ruskin Is said to bve fntroduosd the
strange drink now so much In vogue in Lon
don, half and half of soda ana milk.
20 pieces good quality Dress (linliam 5 t ents a yard,
50 pieces Chatsworth Lawn only 5 cents a yard,
5 pieces Best 1400 Lawn only 10 cents a yard, eold
everywhere at 121.
10 pieces Llanos Cloth or Imitation Challics only
10 cents a yard, worth 15.
Outing Cloth, the most 1'opvilar Fabric for street
wear, only 20 cents a yard.
These goods are perfectly Fast Colors, and absolute
Full Lines of Seersuckers, Satints, Ginghams, and
all other Popular Wash Fabrics.
Ladies' Pure Spun Silk Hose Reduced to $1, worth
$1.50. Colors, Clucks, Slates, Tans.
Ladies' Lisle Thread Vests Reduced to 75 cts., worth
$1.25. Colors, Pink, Sky, Lavender.
Full Lines ot Children's Ribbed Hose in Black and
Colors at Popular Pi-iYes,
Fans Palm, Japanese, Gauze, Satin, Feather, the
Largest Assortment in the city.
1 Boor East First ITat'l 33 axils,
Any person, young or old, desiring to
receive instructions both in the English
and German languages, are requested to
call at the west 4ih ward school house
or at the residence, back of the German
Presbyterian church, on high school hill.
Hours at school 9 a. m. to 12 m. and
from 2 to 3:30 p. m. At the residence
from 7 to 8 p. m. Terms, $1 per montli.
jl2wl E. J. Wittk, Teacher.
Will J. "Warrick has the best and larg
est stock of wall paper in the city, their
styles are new and fresh and no job lots of
last year's designs or bankrupt stock to
run off, if you want the latest and best
assortment of new goods see Warrick's
Men's canvass shoes at Merges', only
83 cents, everything cheap. tf.
I sell shoes cheaper than anybody.
Call nd be convinced, no trouble to
show goods. tf. Peter Mekges.
The only paints in the market that are
guaranted are at Will J. Warrick's, they
are strictly pure and guaranted to give
Plenty of feed, flour, graham and
meal at Heisel's mill, tf
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CQol O q ca I I
HSU of K I I
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The lowest prices on paints and wall
paper only at Will J. Warrick's. See
stock and prices before making purchas
Sherwin cfc Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, atFricke & Co's. drug
The cheapest shoe3 at Merges'. tf.
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is the only medicine that acts directly
Blood Purifier and Blood
No remedy in the world has gained
the Bonularity that this medicine has, as on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels, it re
hold on familv medicine. No one lieves a cough instantly and in time
euilty to Loih, was sentenced to jail ten , , , , ;th-llf ; Tt ,, nn raiomel effects a permanent cure. Sold by O. P.
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days on each couni a4 t.q py Jie costs. rrnnm;ne:n t- comuosition. consequent- Smith & Co., druggists. j25,3mo,d-w
hno bad eife'eis ci &rise from it. We
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keen a full supply at all times. O. P.
Smith Co. Druggist. j25-3mod&w
As Soon as his term is served he will be
arrested on a charge of stealing a revol
rer which he was using in the first case.
Think he missed his cue by taking the
Greeb advipe, "go west, young man."
We now publish inusic cacti week
in tha Weekly IIkkalp. Everybody
should be a musician, f be pippes furn- j
ished in the paper will be found as pop
ular as any costing 50 cents. Everybody
should take the paper. We are endeav
oring to make it a great success, and feel
quite confident we can suit all.
VHI.F.ST1MATK OF THE CITV OF PLATTS-
AlUtJ-l run 100a.
The second story of Frank Carruth's
building was built and furnished express
ly for a dwelling house', has eight rooms,
two halls.three closets, cnina closet, pan
Mayor an Couucil 8 nrfl 00 jry, bstb. room, water closet, and elevator
City Trewurir ....':.'.'..;:" " '. I'lllli '. aoo 00 to cellar, city and cistern waier in bath
Board of Public Wors.. po 00 room and kitchen, is a suitable place for
2 0 00
City Attorney ..T:r? -(0 00
I1Uiit Utlll$ I I .yii Mu
IncldeDtala l.U?9 14
B. & M. K. R. Bonds 210 85
Street Bridcine and Grading 4 411 42
Fire and Hvdrants ." 5 293 71
Kearton Bonds 1.323 42
High School Bnus . 3.970 28
Kewer Bonds 14
keeping day boarders, or for private
familyt Ejiquire at Carruth's jewelry
Daylight Dry Goods and Millinery
House, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, invite
hewer uouus o.j.u n i . v -r-n-
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c Duu. v.g, - fJ tirr"" Jf ire pa r-r,rtmnf Tl,pr mk tnoruJiv of
4j i,m i v(.i..i.vu.. - r J -
!,o., Ttai oq'T i Bonnets for Evening Wear. Ladies'
..uuu ... I i. , . i .tr.ii
rhrbveertifr that the forseoins is "the ee- 4arge ppmrnea, 4prpeoes ap.i v aiKing
timate of urobable monies needed for expenses I Hats. Our Stock of Lntnmmed Hats is
"Plattsmouth in Chicago."
Tlie inusic we furnish in our Week-
, , , . f V I llinain OI IrOOaiIB 111 iickuu 1J rAurusn
lt iiK.u wvtfm fyL juu . and indebtedness .for tna p " "f Verv larce and includes aH the latest
year cciiiiuicucius vuc iu ufusi, - ... , , jttx
a. d. lsas. as made by ihe city Council at their I shapes. Children 8 Trimmed Hats in
reKular adjourned meeting :ol June istb. 1888. endless variety, from 75c to 83.75 each
F- 1 ' ' yf. jc; Fox, city jurk. f J. Y- WEPK?AHf
store 30 cents a piece, and by faking the
ty'EEja.y Heualp you can get 52 pieces
jn a jeajr for f J.50,
Watches ! Watches I
H. M. GAULT
Has moved and is now in the Sherwood
room, Cor, 5th and Main Sts., where
he is better able to show his
Large Stock of Watche3, '
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY !
Than ever lefore, and will as an ind uce
ment sell you Watches way down. Call
and get the Special Prices in Gold Watch
es; it will surprise you. A Full Line of
the befct styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be given Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satisfaction.
K. B.Windham, John a. Davikh,
Notary Tublic. Notary Fubllc.
Attorneys - at - Ti0.yv,
Office over Bank of Cas Couaty.
PLATTSMOCTn, - - NeBHABJCA.
N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
eive prompt attention to all buinfg In
trusted to him. Onice In Cnion Block, JIast
side. I'lattsir.outb. Neu.
Fire Insurance written in
Windham A. Davi
Etna, Phoenix and Hartford by
F iiii ii m. s r .
Two elegant furnished
Enquire at this office.
rooms to Tf nt.
B. Sl M. Time Table.
No. 1. 4 i50 a. m.
No. 3. 6 :4 p. m.
No. 5. 9 5 a. m.
No. 7.-7 M5 p. in.
No. 9.-6 :17 p. u.
No, 2.-4 tin p. m.
No. 4. 10 :rw a. in.
No. 6.-7 :13 p. pi.
No. 8.-8 :T,a a. m.
No. 10. 8 :5 a. ii.
All traln rui: daily by yravof Omaha, except
No. 7 and 8 which run to and from ttcbuy lar
daily except Sunday.
No. 30 U a ttubtp Pacific Junction at iSO.a.w,
No, 19 Is a stub flow Pacific Juactiou at 11 a. HI.
dot wit me, and don't you forgot it.
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