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WiATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY 13VENING, JULY J, 1888.
BELIEVED EACH OTHER DEAD.
Couiiclline:i, 1st ward,
V K Fox
- JAMK4 PATTKKHOM, JK.
- ISVU Cl.AHK
- A MAIMll.K
. - S ci.irruKit
) l M JoNK
I IMS. A hill l-M AN
) M It Muki'iiy
r McCAi i'KN, I'm
,1 W John m.C'ii aihman
1 J W JOHN ,(J
d lUtl.Vork- HtfliOHlKH
I II llAWKSWo
Meeting of Mother and Son After
Twenty-Four Years' Separation.
Pittsbcko, Pa., July 0. A man at
tired in picturesque blue uniform and the
W II mai.iok ;liutv can of the Bailors of the United
Wkckhacii I .
States navy was anion-; me passengers
who strolled along the platform of the
station yesterday morning. He was go
ing to meet his mother in Washington
last night. Each had thought that the
other had been dead for over a quarter
of a century, lie gave the name of Ben-
(iOLTriLlY OFKIGKlS. janun Cooper, and said: "Yes, I cer
' - I tfiwilv li.ivn li-.l ft vmh-d life. When I
. . A J w m t -
was about fifteen years of age I was liv
ing with mother on a little farm in Mich
igan. Father was dead and had left us
"When the war fever was intense I be
came enthusiastic, and in 1802 left home
to become a sailor. I have been one ever
T ..A A.- C'. t v l n1
TM.tui.w.iit li I since i wcui 10 sea on mv v.u.mm.......
Weeping Water an(j tjie ves3ei was afterward sunk by the
Merrimac. 1 was transierreu to u.e Mis
sissippi river fleet and went to Vicksburg
and New Oilcans. I was on Admiral
Farragut's flag-ship on the memorable
occasion when he lashed to the masthead,
gave his orders. I shall never forget
that exciting time, how Farragut's biavc-
Unixiiy treasurer, -
lle:orler ot Deeds
Clrk ( District Co-irt.
, - . -Attorney
Stint, of MA. School.
County J u ie.
HOARD OF SUPKUVISOKS
A. H. Toii. Ch'lii..
Loir IS Kot-T,
A. 1J. lI-,KSi.V,
I). A. Cam phki.l
Klllll 1' HITCH KIK Ml
W. II. Pool.
Joif.V M. I.KVDA
V. (.". SllOWALTKK
Mayn Alto Spink
O. O. r .
I . i ..- uvoi.tii f mi-ii wei'K. All
trHiiient brothers are reMCtlully Incited to
attend. . ,
TJI.ATTMOl'TII EN C A M I'M KNT No 3. I. O.
".. .: . . ......... .,iiumatn Krlilav 111
- i. r .. inefi cir j :'::". .;:.: i ... i..,
raoh iniiiiili in the Maouic nan. 's'i'-b i ry made nis men more eninusia.-no mau
J;rot lifts are irivltcd to atu-nd.
rpitio i.oixJK no. hi.
A fl. II. W. Meets
WW .WI"I . . 1 ' ' ' - " .1- ..1
every alternaf Friday eveulnir at K . of F .
I TrAMl.-nt brother are res.e tf ully iu-
vited to attend. K.J. MorKn.MMteTvoiKiiin .
F.. S. Il ir-t.iw. Foreman ; Krank Hrovn. tver
ieer I. HowVn, Utilde : tieoine Hou worth.
K.Vder II. .1.' Johns.,.. Khiauc-ler ; Va.l..
Kiiutli. Receiver ; M. Malnnht. Faet M. NY. .
Jack laiighe!ty. Inside liuard.
A PROFITABLE BAR SAIN.
CAMP N(.3:2. MOIKUS WlMDMKS
of America .Meets secou " "V .
day evening at K. of V. hall. All transient
l.-iothex are re...ested to mee tw. h u. L. A.
Nweo.:er. Venerable Consul ; J . He.
Worthy Advi? er ;
B eck, ctelK
S. C. Wilde, Hanker ; W. A.
lLATTSMOUril I.OlXiE NO. 8, A. O. U. W
1 m-.... v.rv alternate Friday evening, at
Rockwood hall at H o'clock. All transient In oth
ers are respectfully invited o attend. 1.
f 'arson M. W. ; Y. Uoyd. Foreman: h. C
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonafd Anderson. Overseer.
Ill- VTTSMOUTII 1,'IDCK NO. fi. A. F. & A. M.
"Meets on the lirt and third Mondays ot
e Jh n,;..t h at their hall. All tnu.s,e brotb
er are cordially .Sw M.
VM. 1Iat. Secrelary'.
VEBI1ASKA CH Al'TER. NO. .1. R.
A Meets second ami fourth Tuesday o
monihivt ManonV Hall. Transcimt bi
R. A. M
tn.,'.r..il rk it Willi 11.
t. p WllITK.
WM. Havs. Secretary.
31 Meet first and third Wednesday imtht o
racii m.'nth at M .so 's hall. Visitma bwihei
:ie cordially invited to er.:v,''l1I,I,V F r
f tfH, HAVs.Jtee. I . h. WiilTK. 1-. 1 .
McCOMIKIE POST 45 G. A. R-
they had ever been before. After the
war I started for Michigan, but while in
rhino rn T Innrneil that 111V mother WOS
dead, aai under the impulse of the mo
ment I re-enlisted in the navy, where I
have been ever since.
"I have been around the world three
times. A short time ago when I was in
San Francisco my time expired. "While
there, undecided what to do or where to
go, I heard that mother was still alive
and well, and that she was living in
Washington. I learned, too, that she
thought I had been dead for year3 . I
have saved a good portion of my earn
ings and nearly all the prize money I re
ceived during the war, and now have a
snug little estate which will keep my
mother and myself comfortable for the
rest of our lives. I left San Francisco as
goon as I heard that she was still living.
Tonight I expect to sec her for the first
time since 1862."
A YOung Girl's Terrible Death.
Parsons, Kan., July 8. Polly Taylor,
th'j 12-year-old daughter of Hon. C. II.
Tavlor. the Cherokee Indian lawyer,
For GlaM of Beer Drummer C.et Two
Uandred Thousand Dollars.
This may seem a large sum for a small
article, but it wan virtually jwiJ by a man
of great resources who hud an ingenious ex
pedient for saving the horse flesh ot the
world. About ten years ago a veterinary
surgeon who was with the army in Hombay
found that the excessive heat of that country
raused the tops of the horses' necks to sweat
freely and thereby produce sorc3 under the
leather collars. All the exjiedieiits that he
could suggest were of no avail to remedy this
state of things. One-fourth of the horses
used for draught iuri)oses were laid up by
what is called "sore neck."
This "vet" in his younger days had studied
chemistry, and ho found that sulphate of
zinc was the Inst and almost the only cure
for horses' "soro neck," but the difiioulty in
applying this preiiration lay in the fact that
tho horso had to rest during tho times of
the application, otherwise the collar would
rub it off and there- was no chance of the
horse's recovery. A thought struck him
that to mako a ziuo pad und put it under
tho collar would at any rate prove an ameli
orative, and may lie a cine. The man,
though ingeniouj in his way, was much
given to drink, and was looked upon by the
oilicers of the army as a "ne'er do weel" with
bright ideas. "While this idea was simmer
ing in his mind and lieforo ho had put it
into an actual test ho hnii)iied to bo in a
drinking bar. His linauces were at
this time at the lowest ebb, for his future
pay was mort gaged for all it was worth and
the publican refused to trust him with any
more drinks. An American drummer hap
pened to bo representiug a largo leather
house and knew a good deal of the difficulty
with which ttte American farmers of tho
southwest had to contend. The two men got
into conversation, and as a natural result the
veterinary spoke of the idea that was up
permost in his mind and said that ho thought
that he knew of a remedy or tuat most
troublesome of complaints of which all horses
in hot countries suffered. Tho American was
lerfectly convinced that ho was talking to a
man of good ideas, though bad principles,
and asked what ho would take for tho idea.
"I am awfully hard up and can get no
more drink on trust, so I will give you the
idea for a glass of beer."
"Done!"' said the other.
The American at once saw that thero was
probably millions in t,his and ho conceived
tho notion that the matter oozing from the
sores on horses' necks would corrode tho pad
and produce sulphate of zino thus tho dis
ease would provide its own remedy. He also
saw that zino, leiug a iion-oisductor of heat,
would keep the part cool. The more he
thought of it the more ho liked it, and al
though his business should have kept him in
Bombay some months longer, bo in a few
daj s took the first steamship for Liverpool
and then for Boston. Arriving at Boston he
TTo !.'- t.-? I I 'i ddiht i i
wliicli iv...i I .! t t'.vi) Ktra:;,
Beinf; w.t'.i i-.ir n t; .!iu-!-.
ivxtiutcil wit'i r.'.I iv:iril .
each. They vcre -oi !'
short h'.-r;; a::d heavy bc
raiiy, picbaM crcai '.!.-, v.;.ii !:
lm;!:, and wild eye wh.':i n :;-( l.
ult' d when two ;ro.i;j :id rel.it
approached v:tr.x -'.rr villi tin K :
M;t!:; of battlo. T'.ui lowcivd !:':.!
lolliiKj tongues; the stiT.-ncd, :. Avl!i:v;
I'jO wril.kl-'d f'.i'.il C.r.)'.i;lil t':t
tl:ed:f:, omi;iiti3 I air of t'.vii v.
M i ..i t.
.. . c v
auti-.r.i , sidcloir' approach, like s!.ii!c.l
ers-s.il these led u. to the sml.K' i cr:;h
iiis of the mooting sl.u.'li ua-l 1 ;:: s.
And then follow t!i.; !;;r:;i:iing t!irus;.,
tho Ml Htfii relaxations to ;".'t Ml ml
vuutae, the clashi.);; "f shalrvu nnd
intorliK-ked horns, t!u i'lv;" bivathiug,
tho tvrrihlo glare of the bloo:l--hot ey"s. Xw
tho brindle gets the upjier hold and presses
white to tho grou.id, nearly tlmtli:.;; t.tt
his breath; :kw tho whit" gather.-; huusclf
for ono last, mighty elfcrt, nml lift in;; the
other upou bis bonis, liurally runs away
v.ii'i 1i i in.
This ends tho battle: for. curiously enough,
tho vietor in snoh -- ': i i--' v :'.'.'.
once fallen iilajs l.i ,ii"U, is tiie ru o with a
steer or cow. Each herd had its ohampioii,
and so accurato did weliecomo in the reading
of these bovine characters that we ccnild toll
at once whether "Or Erin meant business"
or whether "ho was only bhiflin' tho other
feller." Hamlin Garland in American Mag.
Portrait Made from Descriptions.
A Baltimore pnblishing firm a while ago
wanted a picture of Tippu Tib, tho celebrated
trader of Central Africa. It happened that
at that time no picture of the king of tho
slave dealers had come from Africa, and so a
gentleman of this city undertook to collate
for tho use of tho publishers all attainable in
formation about tho personal appearance of
that worthy. Ho found in the writings of
Cameron, Stanley, Van Gele, Gleerup nnd
Dr. Lenz some minute descriptions of Tippu
Tib, and with the aid of this material tho
publishers made a picture of tho big Central
African. Since then two woodcuts made
front photographs of the trader havo como
to hand, and it is goon that the Baltimore
picture deserves to rank almost with tho en
gravings as a very good likeness of Tippu
Tib. Probably not once in a hundred times
could a portrait lo made merely from descrip
tions that would, on the whole, so nearly re
semble the subject as in this case. Suc cess
in this Instance was duo largely to the fact
that most of the writers, regarding Tippu
Tib ns tho most striking personality they had
met in Central Africa, gave very minute nnd
detailed descriptions of him. New York Sun.
Real Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUU LIST.
- X TO"
fsniiih - Pari
Dr. C A. Marshall.
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townscnd's addition.
Lot 10 block i:i, lot 5 block 101.
Lot 1 block (', lot ( block it.",.
Lot 11, block 111, lot 8, block fit.
LOTS IN YOI.Mi AM) 1IAY' AM 'l'lloN.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and in all parts of the city on easy terms.
A new and desirable residence in
South Park, can be bought on monthly
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if we cannot suit you better.
The Indian Struck Him First.
At an early hour tho other morning Carl
Seiffert had a sanguinary tussle with a
threw up his appointment with the housejand dummy Indian, which was ieact f ully doing
started the manufacture of zinc pads, after I dutv as a ciirar sign in front of a North
rrexervatloa of natural teeth a upeclalty.
Cttth txtracttd without ia In by ute of Laughing
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FIT.OF.K ALU'S BLOCK Pl.ATT SMOOTH, NEM
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
The only DenUftH in the West controllng thin
New System of li trad inu and KilliiiK 'i eetli
without I'uln. Cur anaesthetic Is en
tirely free front
ANI IS ABSOMTTKLY
Harmless-; To - All.
Teeth extraeted and Kiiillcla teeth Inserted
next day If ilesireil . The preservation of tho
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORI.
The very finest. Ofllee. in t'nlon Bloek, over
'I he Cilit Lh' Bank,
Xlo.tti.ea.tXX. - - lT"brlci.
Win. llcrold & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Eoots anil Shoes
or Ladies and (Jtnts
He keeps as birc und as veil
Ah can he fouinl any ilaee in I he city and make
you pric es thai defy coiiiietii ion.
Harper's Bazar rallerns and Ball's Corsets.
C. F. SM I TH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St.. Over Merges' Sln.e Slore.
j. vfr. J.iJixsasc -v vVce ;,n" r' while on her way to Coffeyville, Kan.,
F S4'K;.::::V.:V::bual!!r " ,:;itailt last Sunday afternoon, was thrown from
U'iiV'kioIit' . Ml the pony she was riding, and was drag-
H.N liixos ,,,v'rof..,'7iaru ed to death. Her foot caught in the
MtLKi rKi c f M.ilir
rt,.,.timr Satuniay eveniiiK
WHEH YOU WANT
i u 1 1 n i
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Ccmtracfoi and Builder
Mit the following time-
tried and tire-tested companies:
Ceatra'.-S. Louis. As-ets Sl.2oS.100
I os. C . of North America. Phil.
" U verpoolJt London & ilohe-Eas
North liritish & Mercantile-Ea
) oricU Union-Knlaud.
.sprtiiijfleld F. A M. -Springfield,
Total Assets. S42.lt5.774
stirrup, and she hung with her head and
chiiur the crround. The
frightened pony ran with all his speed,
the child's l.ody striking the ground and
bounding, for a distance of nearly half
a mile, when her foot slipped out of the
stirrup, and she fell insensible and l.lecd-
in at tho ro idsid ThiJ accident was
witnessed by A. F. Peterson and Green
Ilifdies, who yere in a wagon some dis
tance behind, and they hastened to the
rescue, but found the girl dying when
they reached her. They placed her in a
blanket and drove their team on a run to
rnffewille. four miles distant, but the
little sufferer died a few hours afrtr their
irrival. Mrs. Taylor, the mother of the
child, had been sick for somp weeks, and
the shock was so great that she could not
rally from it. She died yesterday.
gome Enormous Salaries
Some interesting figures in regard to sal
aries have been elicted in a suit now ia
progress in Brooklyn against a baking pon
der company. JtwasshowTi that the presi
dent of tho company draws s salary of $50,
000 a year; the vice president, 3O,O0Q, and
the treasurer, $0,000. Tho president of a
paint'and varuish company, who was Intro
duced as an expert in regard to salaries,
stated that the superintendent of hts com
pany received $00,000 a year, while tne yeany
business did not exceed $3,000,000. Another
witness stated that iu companies wjtb, which
he was acquainted the chief executive officers
received from $5,000 to $50,000 a year, while
a representative of a kerosene oil company
said that he knew one otlicer of a large cor
who received a salary of $30,000 a
year, and two others who received $20,000
each. These figures are enormous and were
unknown until the days of trusts ana corn-
obtaining a patent for the idea, and is now
worth 200,000. These zino pads are used m
pyery country on earth nnd are the greatest
blessings tho farmer enjoys. London Tid
The Fate of Hie Clock.
A feasant went tq a jeweler to buy a
Clock, and the shopkeeper placed before him
a timepiece of Handsome Finish, and said:
"Here is something I can warrant. No
clock can be more lieliabje."
ft was purchased aud taken home and
placed on a Shelf. Hearing itself so well
spoken of by the Jeweler, tho Clock deter
mined to put on its best face, it tounu useu
in company with a vase, a musket, several
pictures and a watch out of repair, and had
been running only one day before tho Vase
VLet ine give yqu a bit of advice: If j'ou
want to please our master gain a few min
ites' time every t went y-f our hours."
No sooner had the Clock agreed than the
V.And please don't strike so loudly, as the
mistress is very nervous."
Then one of tho pictures observed:
'Make yourself solid with .he children by
losing half an hour every night, so they can
sleep later in tho morning."
Tho clock set out to oblige all ana toionow
each piece of advice, and the result was that
the Peasant returned it to tue jeweicr wumn
a week and slammed it dqvyn and said: Oh,
liar, deceiver aud fraud, this clock is not
' . . ., . i i.
wortli powder to oiow ic xipi uivo iho uuc
my ducats or 111 mop tho floor with your
carcass J"' ;
Moral Don t try to be toosiatneringswec
to everybody and don't try to follow every
P. S. There was a fight in tho jewelry
torn and the Peatsant was knocked out in th
third round. Detroit Free Press.
x venue store. All the blood that was slit-it
flowed from Carl's veins, and, though ho
"knocked out" his man, he was much the
worse for tho encounter, T' tho policeman
who released he red man from Carl's vis.;
liko grip he said tho Indian struck him tirt
and he didn t proposo to bo insulted by any
coppered colored Choctaw or Pawnoe. Jus
tice Kersten looked at Carl's bruised and
bleeding knuckles and sighed in sympathy.
for the judge's knuckles and palms had not
entirely regained their normal condition
wnra tho iustices" recent baseball game.
"Pav the costs and go," ho mercifully said.
"Let red lipior alone and you will not see
imaginary red skins on Zsorth avenue, "
Mine Hunting Thy Clairvoyants.
Tho mining prospector stands iu danger of
losing his vocation. A man need no longer
thoulder a pick and a shovel and spend days,
weeks and mouths in traveling the moun
tains and gulches in search of the precious
metals. Tho "magnctizer" has dono uway
with all that, All that a man requires to do
now is to be put to sleep or mesmerized aud
started off to discover a mine. I met a
mesmerist tho other day, and ho declared
that he had a colored man whom he ha.d sent
all over the country while asleep, and who
had visited a certain spot hi an Arizona min
ing region, which he ln-iievcd would be found
to be an immense mine. Ore indicator;
must yield before tho bleeping prospector,
and I have no doubt the latter will also be in
demand to locate ore in mines which arocow
pnuiijoed with all but that. James Haskell
in Globe Democrat.
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining S nth
2 acres of ground adjoining South
1J acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se sec.
14, T. 10, 11. 12, Cass county, price 1,
800, if sold soon.
inv :cc. . T. 12, 1J. 10, Cass to.,
A valuable improyed stock fram iu
Merrick Co., Neb., 1C0 acres and on
Windham &. Davies.
I Ins the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign und domestic
woolens that ever runic west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: I'usincFS Fuits
from U to $:;.", dress suits, $25 to ?45,
pants $1, .", .f;..r0 and upwards.
3" "Will guarantee d a 111.
Prices Defy Compelilion.
J. E- ROBBINS, ARTIST,
1XSTULXTIONS CIVKN IN
FINE OIL PAINTING
WATER COLORS. ETC.
Al.b I.OVIOKS Oi' AKT AKK INVITED
TO CAM. AND
STUDIO OVEM OLIVUl & DAMSE,
i nr . ir.iin: i:vpo .'v
Crookes radionieter, n remarkable littli
inslrr.nieut in whieli tiny vanes i.ro rotated
by th tctioa of liht. is being used bj
Ficac-J uliotosrapiiers lor timing csiiosures.
an equal number of rovoiutiuiis of the vanes
corresponding to the proper time, whatever
bo the degree of brightness or tue ngnc
T:ggsAjlMtBa ni Paifl at tMsAgency
Personal attention to all Business Entrust
to n.y care.
A Literary Man's Suggestion.
Slore than forty years ago Bjornst jerna, a
literary count of Sweden, suggested that, as
both poles must pava reached a suitable as-
crpon rf noolincr at the same time, the earth
binations. The explanation Is furnished In I m;gijt have been peopled from the north pole
tho testimony of one of the witnesses, who wjth its white races aud from the south pole
said that the business of tho company witn witb its coiored races. Aj-fcansaw Traveler.
which he is connected had been increasea
until the proHto had reached 45U per cen Q Successful Combination.
the original capital stocu. uaiumure pmi. Q CQmbination formed by Edwin Booth
' 7.. and Lawrence Barrett is tho most successful
Australian Theory oi r, tnnnrn in thn historr of the stare. The cross
A nnvpl theorv of naval war propose oy receiDts of the season lust closed were S 000.-
p. correspondent to The Sydney Jlorning qqq, 0f this $400,000 pi-ofit was- divided be-
Herald is: "As soon as war is ureuuu nca tho two "strs." tiarper's iiozar.
tho Xew South "Wales government purcnase
a dozen fast steamers of, say, duo tons, ana jf0 jjmghing Matter.
convert them into gigantic tonietioes uy Sheridan, the great English wit, said of a
placing, say, 100 tons of gunpowder in meir noted 6ciou of tbo British aristocracy: "A
bows (the steamers to oe uiviueu iuw j0t0 no laughable matter in his hands."
n-or ti-ht comnartments), the vessel to be
TViia romoTilr trill nnnlv to n rwl mnnv inrll.
steered and the guntowder exploded by ono viduais fouj 0f making use of other people's
man in a bullet proot rower i " witticisms. Chicago Herald.
Carelessiicii'j ta JlaUlns l'p.
Manv of our let actresses paint lnostcaro-
lesslv. Thev usuallv ivdden their liis with
a hideous cherry ito, wl.li .often looks
quite vevulting. Tho w hite is put on care
lesslv. so that the natural color of the flesh is
left behind the ear?, a
too much or too little, Tho black about the
eyes is put on so thickly a. at tinus to quite
clog the cvelids and to ki-1 all expiv rioa save
thr.t of the idiotic staro of an ill made wax
work. Sat n ri hi y i te v lew.
A.- It Snmd ts Ot'iers.
In the case of a ijo'.-shi lhter.in.? to his own
voice and utterances froai the graphophone,
there is jnuch for curiosity, if i:ot wonder
ment. Tho per.-on who never hrr.ivl hir.i!elf
speak as lie has heard ethers (tutsido of hiui
wlf, as it wen-), is astu;il:.hed at its sound.
'Cm that l..o luy voice an t-tLiciM lte.tr it;"' he
mentally asks, for it soun.l; i:i his car with
an utmost unfamiliar ring and tones. Boston
The Jugs I reload.
Murat Halstead, of Tho Cincinnati Com
mercial Ctazette, was asked the other day
w hat novelty he discovered in his European
travels last "year which impressed him most
forcibl-. "l"t was tho jugs in Ireland," said
he, "which will never stand on end, and
must therefore be emptied or corked.' jew
We have our house filled with
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are jireparrd to deliver it daily to ourc.u
loineis in any quantity desired.
ALL 0RDEBS TEOMPTLY PILLED.
beaye orders with
J". IE1- 33EAUMEISTER,
At f tore on Sixth Street. We make a Spec
And Loading Cars. For Urnis see us or
H. C. MMAKEN & SON,
Telephone 72, - - Platttmouth
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the riiceuix, Hartford or yKtna com-
ud they rouge either panics, about which there is no question
na to their biob stanclinir and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous one from tornadoes nnd wind
storni3. This is fore-shadowed by the
z. . 1 I.. I.nl
number oi norms we i.ae aueanj
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at 51 1. Vernon, 111.,
where a larye number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1888.
Call at our oflice and secure
Unimproved lands for sale
J- C, BOONE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
Xortli Ilobci t Sherwood's Store.
- - " " . . " . ... v.: nl.iit the
ained. Ahstarct, Compiled, in- stern vZnJ.
surance Written, Keal Etate Sold.
Better Fiicilities for making Farm Loans than
Ahf OtUer Agency,
PlattsmoutU, - Xeb
ci,-r tr rirnw the enemv's fire from this par-
t;.lr turret. Now. sir, 1 am convinced
w. tiManlnn could be cheaply carried into
nvt nn l that there would be hundreds of
.t'mlicants for the honor of steering these
vessels against an invading neei,
The Hidden Rock.
There has been a long search for a sunken
rock in the Red sea upon which two British
steamers foundered. It has at last been
found. It is a very small coral patch with
only fifteen feet of water over it. New York
In a Iiily'n Stmlio.
A New York studio is dimly lighted aa
dusk comes on by a tuie of skulls smcired
with phosphorus. To tho topmost one is
fastened a bone containing a candle. It is a
lady's studio, too.
The style of pants that dogs should wear ia
summer is knickerbarkers. The .bpoca.
A middleman app;J rs to be a central figure
in trade circles.
G-. B. KEMPSTEB,
Practical Piano and Organ Tuner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Ofiiee at Hoeck'a
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
lOUN A. Davikh,
K. B. WINKHAM.
A.ttoriiys - at -1 aw.
Oflice over Uank of Cafb County.
PLATTSMOUTII, - - NEBRASKA.
Fire Insurance vyrltten In the
Etna, Phoenix ana Mamoro
N. SULLIVAN. Attornpy at Law. AVill
give prompt attention to all l.iiflnes in
trusted to him. Oflice In (. Dion liwcn, twn
M. Time Table.
GOlNO WKT. ;OINO KAH".
No. 1. 4 a. m. No, 2. 4 :ii p. ui.
No. S. :4fl V. m. No. 4.-10 :: a. in.
X0 s n ::sr a. m. No. 0 7 u j p. m.
No 7.-7 I-. in. No. S.-O :.W a. in.
No 9.-6 -.17 V ii- -9 :45 '"
All trainii nln dally l y way of Onudia. Meept
Nos. 7 Mini 8 which run to ana from Schujl-r
daily except Sunday.
No 30 is a t ub to Pacific Junction at s 30.a.m,
No 19 is a Btub from Pacific Junction at 11 a.ui.
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