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PIiATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1888.
- - K. M. Kitnr
. . . W K FOX
Jamk Tattkhmon. j.
- iHno Cumk
- A Maiiouk
- W II MaliuK
Councllmen, lt ward,
I J V WCCKHACIt
I A 8AMKMUKV
j 1 M Jon Kit
) tK. A HlllfMAN
i M H Ml'KPII Y
J COX O'CONNOB.
P McCai.lkn. 1'kkb
V JOHN N,JllAIMMAN
i"J W JOHNS ,'
Board Pub. Work. p$t
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D. A. CAMPBELL
Kl CKIT HHKI-a
W. II. l'OL
John M. Lkyua
W. C. NIIOWALTKR
f joruexoi iku
rric of Dli-trict Coart,
Attorn?. - r
Cupt. of Pi;b. School.
liO tKD of aurmviaoHS.
A. 11. Toin. C'h'in.
A, , l);vnX,
. A Ul I illll! It
No. llfi. I. . .
VJevery fuemlay evening of each week.
tranxieiit brothers are respectfully Invited to
1JLATTMOUTII ENCAMPMENT No 3. I. O.
A O. Y.. nieeli erery alternate frritlay lit
earn iiiouili In the Mnii Hall. V lsituitf
Mrothirs are invited to attend. .
TRIO LODCK NO. f. A. O. U. W.-Meets
every alternate Friday erenlnK at k. ol l .
hall. Transient brother ar respectfully in
vited t attend. K.J. Morgan.Master Workiiian ;
K 8. IJarntrnv. Foreman ; Frank Uron. Over
seer : I. Howeii, !utle: tie.ngo llouKWortli.
'carder t If. .1. Jilmnn, Financier; JVajU.
Uu)itl. licveivet , M. M;il.lBlU. I'aet 5. V. i
JrtcW Dangheity. Inide (Ju;irJ,
lSS CAMP NO. 332. MODF.KN WOODMEN
of. America MeetH fleconil and fonrtli Mn
day e nin,' at K. of 1. hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with u. I.. A.
Nswc.i i.er. Venerable Consul ; .. K, M'ej.
Worthy Advlxer; 1, li. Siiiltu, fcx-llauker ; W.
0. WliletM. Clerk.
l.(loK NO. B. A. O. U. W.
eviV tilerBHie l-.naay eveniiiK n
... i -. t. ..l. ...... a II ru itci.ni t r.rnl II i
i:3 are rvictfuny Ifivlted to attend. U .
W. W. ; F. Hoy4. Foreman. 8. C.
WUde', iieeorder ; Loqir4 Aaderaoa. Overseer.
IIHrrSMOU l II LODliti NO. . A. t. A.M.
Meets on thn nrt and third Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
er, are cordially '"edton.eet with u,.
WM. Hats. Secretary. .
. . - . .... . . i.' t vn t If A Hf
11 Meets second and fourth Tuesday of eaeli
month at MaaonV Hall. Transcieut brothers
a.,-Invited to maet witb l g. Wjitj. u p
WK: Havs. Sccretar.
-. r .rilM I'MMMIMUKI. IN I . S. n. 1,
- ....... m.A w V 'r
l-MVeta first and third WednesdayjluUt of
nch montli lM:iso .'shall. Vlsitinu brother
hre cordially Invited to pieetvllh im.
McCONIHIE POST 43 C. A. R.
t w T.nvsnv Commander.
C c'Twiss Senior Vice
4 V. A.HATltS junior
15 KO. NILK!
..Officer of tue oay
Vfc nilSox Fh v.'-...-...-.-. ... .. Serjft Major.
Meeflon fcturaay evnniiia
Kepresent the following time
tried and fire-tested-companies:
American Central-S. Louis, Assets $1,258,100
iinmnorekl ITnion-Enalaud. " 2.59C.314
Fire Association-Philadelphia. 4.4I5.57G
i.ackhu-rena4o!phta, ' " 3;tl7.lc8
iioii:o-New Vorii. ' " " 7'.55.5fJ
j ca. 0 i, of Nerth" America, Phil. " 8.4H.3G3
tiyerpooILoadia& Qlobe-Eng ' 6,039.T8
hovtn British Jfc Meroautila-Eoi 3,3:8,754
yorwlcb Unloit-Eiizland. "iS.'lCg
bjoluijafeia h. if ij'.-tipnp.Qeld, !f 3,64.91$
Total Assets. 2.H5.774
LKSS3 AJinstcl snl Pat fl at this A gcncT
WHEN YOU WANT
- Cor. 12th aud Granite Streets. ,
Sept. 12-Cm. '; -
t o my care.
to all Business Entrust-
XOTARV IX OfFICB:
" Title Examined. Abstarcts Compile 1, In
surance Written, Real Estate Sold.
Better Facilities lor making Farm Loans than
Platt4iuoathv - JSel
Bloody Revolution in Shanghla.
Siianohia. June 2tf. Ooverment of
ficial lit Seoul have lccn beheaded in
the atrecU by the populace. Foreigners
Laye taken refuge at the consulates. The
outbreak is attributed to Chinese instiga
tion. Went Through a Bridge-
Montgomery, Ala., June 28. At 2:45
thin morning the south-bound train from
this city to Mobile went throngh a small
ridge- a mile north of Tensas. The en
gine, baggage car, express, two passenger
cars and one sleeper were totally wrecked.
The engineer, fireman and two tramps
were killed. Mail Agent Davis was dan
gerously hurt, and the baggagemaster
and four passengers were slightly injured.
The bridge, was. oyer a sm.aU stream, and
was undermined by heavy rains,
A Thousand Paraders.
West Point, Neb., June 39. A meet.
ng was held last night under the aus-
liceg of the Young Men's Republican
Club to ratify the nomination of Harrison
and Morton. After a parade, in which
more than a thousand people joined, the
crowd adjourned to the hall and was ad
dressed by many prominent citizen.-. The
town is wild with enthusiasm.
Sheridap ;q J pko a Tr'B-
'WA'jHisqTON, Juue 23. The XJnited
States steamer SJwatara arrived at AVash-
ijngton navy yard at noon to-day from,
Norfolk, for the purpote of taking Qep:
era yjieridan to Montuitt, Mass.
General Sheridan will be accompanied
y Mrs. Sheridan, Colonel Sheridan, Drs.
O'Reilly and Barrow and a trained nurfc.
Eyery arrangement has been made for the
care and comfort of the patient, and it
is expected that he will deriye great ben
efit from the trip.
A Thousand Bodies Recovered,
Bit Paso, Te., June 28. A telegram
frin Silas saya stept aro being taken for
the relief of the sufferers by the terrible
overflow along the line of the Mexican
Central railroad. It seems that at least
fifteen hundred people were drowned in
Leon alone. Over a thousand bodies have
already been recovered. In come dts-
frfcte the drifting wafer, is full of dead
bodies foating as drifpvood, and the
stench prevading the country is frightful
JJeasqres are being taen &11 over iiexico
to raise funds for the sufferers.
un. U. F. Hotler's Famoai Order.
WhUe the Ancient and Honorable artillery
visitors from London and Boston were in
IVoshinortnn ft nnrtv of them mada & call one
6vonlng on (34. Bjitler, Who 'ap'peiied id be
d'towti ' Tho 'general Was in one of fcis most
gracious rnoqd;, and. as fujl of his peculiar
humor as an ezst full ci meat. d was
glad to sm his caller, and made them feel
that they were welcoma 1 be Englishmen
showed a great interest in him, and came
away delighted with their reception. Their
curiosity was quite equal to their interest,
and they plied the general with questions
which were characterized by a sort cf mix
turo of Yanked inquisitiveness and British
bhmtness 'MaJ. Becker' "Wanted' to know,
ytft tnqw," about that famous order at Hew
Orleans for ho summary and degrading pun
isbroppt of any woman yho hotild, tlSKl
ECldjer, t'n? fH&jor stating infcljrifc&t it had
caused a good deal of indignation among
"Well, gentlemen," said the general, with
a twinkle in bis eye, "I am very glad to
tell you how that happened. One of my
officers, a modest. Christian gentleman, went
to church one Sunday. Just as he was about
to enter the door a womaa stepped up to him
and snitin hia face, On bia return he re
ported the occurrence to the! "'What did you
dbf Tasked.' vbo, general,' said he, -what
. I ! . . r . ' . . a. tr II L :
COUIa I aOf just hk out mjr uauunureuwi,
wiped mv face and went into the church, 1
said: "hat's a! right, hut I cant stand this
sort of tfting, anq f m going to do sometning
about itj f looked" over a whole lot of city
ordinances and municipal regulations and
papers of that sort, tmd at last, gentlemen, l
found just what 1 wanted in a regulation of
the city of London, which I copied and made
the basis of the famous order which caused
so much indignation among the good people
across the water and elsewbera. I want to tell
vou furthermore." pursued the general, "that
it was a perfectly effect ye onler. There
was not a sinirlo case of punishment under it.
Thaladiei cf '!New"Orleans" wouldn't violate
it because they did not wish to be taken for
women of the town, and tb women of the
tqwn waujdn t noiateit because they wtsnea
to be taken for ladies. " Coicago uerald.
A New Way to Spell Ohio.
An immigrant was leaving Castle Garden
the other day, when a friend asked what
steamshio he came over on. The Immigrant
scratched his head and thought for a wbUe.
Finally be answered; "I dont exactly know
her name, but thei'e was 'ah O, H and a ten
on her bow." few ork World.
The cheapest shoe3 at Merges'. tf.
Will J, Warrick has "the best and larg
est stock of wall paper in the city, their
style arc new npd fresh and no job lots of
last year's designs or bankrupt stock to
rnn off 'if vou want the latest and best
assortment of new goods see Warrick'
I sell shoes cheaper than anybody,
Call nd be convinced, no trouble to
shqw gpqds. tf. Petek Merges.
Fire Insurance written in the
JEtna. Phoenix and Hartford by
' Windham Payfe?,
PARAGRAPHS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Brooklyn bridge has been opened to
the public five years.
Silver has turned up in South Africa
to a degree to produce a new mining
The Alexandra, a woman's club, la but
four years old, yet has COO membcas.
A peasant has just died in Austria-
lungary who was 142 years of age. lie
eft a sou nged 115 years and a grandson
A Nevada ranchman bhot, trapped and
poisoned 4,200 rabbits in four montlis,
and then figured that above 5,000 new
ones bad come to fill their places.
The Austrian government has aban
doned its intention of renewing the anti-
Anarchist law, and will henceforth fifht
the Anarchists by adnunistiative decrees.
The Russian general Suwarrow, after
the seizure and destruction of Warsaw,
cruelly butchered 30,000 Poles of all ages
and conditions in cold blood, Isov. 4,
The South American agent for some
extensive manufacturers of harvesters at
Chicago has been two years at Monte
video, and lias Bold mowing and reaping
machines all over tho River Plata r?ion.
Taverns may be traced to the Thir
teenth century. According to Spelman,
In tho . reign of King Edward III
only three taverns were allowed in Lon
don." Taverns were licensed in England
in I JoX
A West Morris boy was arrested re
cently for shooting an eaglo contrary to
the law. He was in a fair way to be
fined or Imprisoned, '-svlien a commission,
composed of a, clergyman, a justice of
the peaoe and an editor, sat on the dead
body of the bird and declared it to bo a
A Nuremburg inventor has produced a
shoe 6oIe composed of wire net overlaid
with a substance resembling India rub
ber. These soles, which cost but half
the price of leather, have been tested in
the German army and found to be twice
They are having hard weak finding
hard pan foj the foundations of the new
bridge across the Thames at East New
London, Conn. They have put piles
down 113 feet, and have not got to solid
earth yet. It is thought that bottom
will be reached at about 130 feet.
A writer in London Truth suggests a
sensible occupation for women who like
sewing, but do not wish to become either
dressmakers or seamstresses, uid desire
to live in their own homes. It Is the
overlooking arid repairing of women's
wardrobes.' After a clien telle had been
established it would undoubtedly bring n
very fajr waere,.
A firm of pyrotechnists in England
have at their factory a Newfoundland
dog which positively revels in fireworks.
lie rushes into a shower of sparks with
as much delight as in a cold bath, and on
a lighted squib beiag thrown within' liis
stu'uip as if' it were a bone and trample it
out"yih b.is paw:
M, Achilla roineelet, in his lecture at
the Hall of tho Boulevard des Capucines
in Paiis the other day, discussed the
qualities of blondes and brunettes, the
differences m their love, their role In
private life and in history, linked with
the philosophy of beauty, and, .the ques
tion, wiJcft -vas the Wjiior 'type of
He ignored entirely the red headed, frl.
Fred Marsden, the Piarwrisht, pon-
sulted a, kiaQvo phywci'aa a few days
before ' his death as to the easiest and
quickest mode of suicide. The physi
cian supposed he was securing incidents
for a scene u one of his plays, and ex
plained the Bubject to him patiently.
Finally Mr. Marsden 6aid: "I have it.
A big dose of chloral, then stop up all
the crevices and nin, yu. iha gas,"
and JImS is just what he diL'" He offered
the physifcian $lb for his ' advice, but it
was refused On the ground that no pro
fessional service has been reqdevea.
4gnst Food AUulteratlou.
A crocers' conference has been called
in the interest of Durer fooda. It meets
on Coney slapd in July. It seems at
last that adulteration nas gone so lar mat
the grocerymen are afraid to eat what
they sell. Besides, tho better class of
retailers find it impossible to obtain hon
est articles. There will be at least five
thousand exhibitors c$ jaaaterials, and it
is believed tho discussion" will not only be
hidden vays,' but that ' there can be
hron'j-ht to" bear a heaw force on manu
facturers t. mcqe honest articles on
t-.r m-iitnt "Kn nrnnfiisition r.f rtiora im
portance will come before any of our
summer conventions than this of pure
food and honorable deaL Meanwhile the
Concord School of Philosophy will hold
shall have less of Hee-el
and Aristotla and more, of honest ginger
anu coiiee unu (juuuik. uiui uvi
be regretted. Globe-Democrat.
A Queer TUIng About OvvU,
A Kitigstpn, man has made an addition
to his pollectioh of l)irds, a large owl,
latelv causht at Hurley. Owls are de
ceptive birds," said a citizen tho other
dav. "I bad one, a few years ago, with
which I played a trick on the public I
kerjt the owl in a cajre. It was an at
traction, and many people saw it. One
day the bird died of 'cold poison' and a
taxidermist stuffed it. I then put it
back on its perch in the caga. people
who had seen the pwl alive said tnat
they could see no difference in its ap
pearance, and they would .come and ad
mire the bird just the name. That is tho
reason why I say an owl is a ' peevdiar
bird. Dead or alive they look about tho
same. ' Kingston Freeman. . .
LIVES OF THE SHAKERS.
67EADY HABITS BRINQ TO THEM
LONGEVITY AND HAPPINESS.
Ann Lce'a Follower Uf Sis 6ttl-
luonta mt Iiflerent Plucea in Amcrloa.
A VUlt to On of th Coinmuni tie.
Soma Queer Custom.
Situated in the beautiful valley of the Con
necticut, about 150 miles from New York, la
a community of people known by the name of
"Shakers." The correct name is "Believers,"
but from their peculiar manner of worship
the common or outside people "dubbod"
them "Shakers." Their lender was Ann Lee,
born in .Manchester, England, in tho seven
teen hundreds, who, with her husband and
brother and a few followers, commenced to
hold their meetings peculiar to their religious
belief that U, of the "celibate life" being tho
only true way; but this not suiting the peo
pie, she was arrested and thrown into prison.
I here then appeared to her in visions mes
sages from above, telling hfr to t-n !f with
her her follower unU cuuie Ut Amc-i n ana
spread the new gospel. Bhe was released,
and with her followers, eight in all, arrived
in America In 17)3. Her persecution was
not stopped after leaving the old country.
A storm arose on the sea, and the captaiu
was half inclined to throw them aUavei-
board, but only through the prayers of
Mother Ann were tbey saved. Her husband
left her hero In this country, and 6be and her
few followers started on their mission. Her
persecution here was terrible, as she made a
numtier of conversions to the new faith and
got many followers. Mother Ann was a
great medium, and at "Niskiuna," now
Watervleit, H. Y., where the Anal settlement
was made, she is buried. These people claim
forty years' advance cf the Rochester
knockers, better known as the Fox sisters.
We arrived at the otlice of the camr
where wo were mot by two of the sisters, and
were invited into the sitting room. We
were invited to dinner, which comprised
plain but well cooked fare.
NEATNESS OIT EVEaVTniXQ.
After dinner, by tha aid o" a guide, we In.
spected tUe brothers' and sisters rooms, the
meeting, reading and dining rooms, which
are complete with all the modern Improve
ments hot and cold water, baths, eta We
were struck with the neatness of everything.
In each room hangs the broom, duster and
dust pan. The walla were as white as snow,
and the floors were polished like a looking
glass. Leaving that, we visited the barns.
and there we saw one of the finest and larg
est herds of Jersey cattle that could be
brought together, all of which wore regis
tered, as none but full bred i be. We nest
visited the dairy, where 'the bright pans, the
patent creameries and churns were admired.
'.Ye visited the boys' and girls' workshops.
ihe sisters' quarters and tho oarpunter shoj,
After a livtlo rest w& took tramp through
the orcharU, consist ing of pears, apples,
plums of almost every known kind. On a
little knoll on the side of the orchard is the
cemetery, the little white stones with the
name, ago and date of death incpiibcJ on
them. Very fe died under W," the maxi
mum bcia a, pretty good showing that
they are. not very short liv&fL
As night tbw Oil, P.-b'Hase tired, we were
shown c-m rooms; the sisters took care of
our female friends, while a brother did the
honors for us. According to the rules, no
one brother and sister can walk, talk, ride or
work together, and visitors who stay over
night, be they married or not, must como
under the same head as regards the sleeping
part, It waa our priYiI?Sw. to stay' over Sun
day. 7o breakfasted on the piazza, and
were invited to attend a meeting.
In the meeting house were arranged on one
side, in their snow wh.ito oapa and straight
dresses aji waite shoulder capes, the sisters;
on the opposite, the brothers in the same
order. A hymn is sung and after a few re
marks by the elder or eldress both sides form
by twos and march around the room, singing
at the same tune. At the regular march the
elbows are placed at the sides; the bands,
with palms;tur:ied upward, keep time in the
marching. In the slow march the hands are,
dropped at the sides, with a swinging motion,,
the body eUg'utiy bending forward. They
thus marched, counter marched circles an.3
haif circles with the precision of a. "ovck'
regiment. After the meetipg closed each side
Hied out to ttjeir respective rooms. At the
meeting in the. evening at 8 o'clock there was
no marching, but singing, spsakipg and read
lnra YX.BY tKPUSTIUOCa
The Shakers are a very industrious people.
They arise at 4:I0 in the morning, except in
November, December and January, when
they arise at 5. The brothers who attend
the milking are on hand at the barn by 5 or
before, and the milk is delivered at the dairy
before 5:30. The churning la also done a$
that time. Tha sisters hay? the tables set
and breakfast ia ready at 6, dinner at 13
and supper at 6. The meals are all eaten in
silence. The brothers and sisters kneel In
silent prayer lfwe and after meals. After
this is over each brother or sister knows
what his or her duties are, and gets ready
for tLe day's work. Each does on equal
share, and in unison, which makes it easier.
Mother Ann's motto was "Hands to work
and hearts to God." They are makers o$
numerous kinds of pi. tent medLuo
There is a sav wUi, carpenter shop, broom
factory, preserve and pickle factory and
steam evaporator for apples, corn dryer.
from whence is got the Shaker sweet corn.
In case any cV the brothers or sisters are
taken sick the best of care is taken of them,
and if they should die they are placed in e
plain coiUn covered with white, an emblem
of purity and the simplicity.of their ways.
The body is plaoed in the vestibule of the
meeting house, while the brothers and sisters
speak and sing appropriate hymns, after
which the body is taken to the cemetery and
consigned to the earth.
The Shakers do not mingle with politics 0?
anything peculiar to the outside world, any
more than selling the products of the farms
and orchard. About 1.0UO acres are worked
at this place. Their principal markets are
Springfield, Mass., aid Hartford, Coup,
Some years ago they made cider, but have,
given that up- Neither do they raisa tobacco,
and no brother can use it until he is over 40
years of ago. Tha regularity of their habits
no doubt leads them to such long lives.
The settlements are at ihe following places:
Lebanon, N. Y.; Enfieli, Conn.; Iian.-oclu
Mass, ; Alfred, Ma, Canterbury, N. iv.
Real Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUR LINT.
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SI lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townscud's addition.
Lot 10 block 138, lot 5 block 101.
Lot 1 block 0, lot C block J5.
Lot 11, block 111, lot 8, block 01.
LOTS IN VOfSO AND IIAVs' ADDITION.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and in al parts of the city on easy terms.
A new and desirable residence in
South Park, can- be boagbt on monthly
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if we cannot suit you better.
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining South
2 acres of ground adjoining South
1 acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park; Se i sec.
14, T. 10, R. 12, Csa county, price $1,-
800, if sold soon.
hw sec. 8, T. 12, If. 10, Cass Co.,
price f 2,000.
A valuable improyed stock fram in
Merrick Co., Neb., 100 acres and on
Windham & Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phceniv, Hartford or Jitna com
panies, about which there is no question
as to their high standing and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous one from tornadoes and wind
storms. This is fore-shadowed by the
number of storms we baye already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at Sit. Ycrnon, 111.,
where a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 18S8.
Call at our office and secure a Tor
rjulwpved lands for sale or ex
Dr. C A. Marshall.
EH E,ETTIST !
rrencrvatlon of natural tee Hi a fjirclalty.
teeth txtrackd uit limit ;( ly me of jMulilnff
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
Kit.ikram'h Block Pi.Tr hmoutii. Nkh
i ; "
DRn, CAVE & SMITH,
Tl-eonly leiitlft In the West rontrolliiK thU
New System t Extmctinu Hint FIllhiK teeth
without 1'alii. Our iniiie-llietlo is en
tirely free from
C 1 1 1 to FO 1 1 0 It KT HER
AXIl IS A II SOl.DTKI.Y
Harmless' - To - All.
TeeMi extraeted and Hrtlllrln teetli Inserted
next day If ilesiicil. 'J ln pi rsci vat Ion ul the
natural teeth a specialty.
HOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very llnesf. onienin i nlnn l:ioek, over
Hie CHIen)' Bank,
Win. llcrold & Son
Cry Goods. Notions Boots and Stocs-
or Ladies and Gents
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and as well
As can le found nny place in t lie city and make
j un iriees mat ueiy coinpeui ion.
Harper's Basar Patterns and Ball's Corsets.
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Mergrs' Si'.te Stoie.
Has the btt and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of MisHouri
river. Note these prices: liusincss nuits
from $1(1 to $:5.'3. dress fcuitH, $25 to $45,
Mints $4, $5, $0, $f5..r0 and upwards.
t2?Will guaranteed a lit.
Prices Defy Compelilion.
J. E. R0BBINS, ARTIST,
IXSTKUCTIONS (I1VKN IN
FINE OIL PAINTINC
WATER COLORS, ETC.
ALL LOVERS OK ART ARE INVITED
T J CALL AXU
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & I1AMSE
We have cur house filled with
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE.
And are prepared to deliver it daily to our cus
tomers in any fjuaiiiny ucxireu.
ALL 0RDEES PE0MPTLY TILLED.
Leave orders with
At ttore on Sixth Ftreet. We make a Spec-.
And Loading Cars. For Itrms see us or
11. C. M'MAKEN & LOW,
Telephone T2, - - Flatttmouth
J. C, 13 CO ITS,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; wfft Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
MRS. G. B- KEMPSTER,
Teacher cf Vocal & Iastrnmental Music
Residence Northwest Corner of Elev
enth and Main Streets, l'lattsmouth,
Practical Piano ana Orsan Toner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Ofliee at I ,'jck'
furniture store, l'lattsmouth, Nebraska.
R. B. Wi.vkiiam, Jouj A. Davikb.
Notary rublic. Notary Public.
A.ttora3rs - at - XtQ.w.
Office over D&.nk of Cats County.
Plattsmocth, - - Nebraska.
B.&. M. Time Table.
No. 1. 4 :.v a. ni.
No, 3. C :4fl p. ni.
No. 5. 9 'Jfit a. in.
No. 7.--T :45 p. in.
0. 2 4 p. in.
No. 4. 10 ::w a. id.
No. 6 7 ?I3 p. IM.
No. R. 0 :TAn. .
No. 10. a .5 .
No. .--C :17 p. m.
All train run daily by wavof Cftihliti. except
Noh. 7 and 8 which run to au'J froiu 8chuyler
daily exc pt hunday.
No. Is a MuU to Paetfle Junction at 3n.a.m.
No. la la a lub from Pacific J unctiou at 11 sun.
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