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PliATTSMOUTI I, NEBRASKA, SATUKDAY EVENLNG, JULY 11, 1888,
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Councilinen, HI ward,
Hoard Tub. Work
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- hvho.n o.auk
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H I'M KKOIIU
V )I MAI.1CK
( .1 V Wki khach
I A SAI.ISIUIUV
) 1) M JONKS
I lK. A SlUI'MAN
i M H Murphy
"5 S W HUTTON
I CON W tONMIH.
t e mi.0ali.ks, runs
1 J W John n,L
I it 11 HawkhWo
DYNAMITE AND STRIKES.
1. A. OAJIPItKLL
W. II. PouL
Juajr M. Li-.vpA
W. J. Sl.OVr Al.TKR
MAVM AHI SeINK
Kcuriler ol Dels
Clerk t Diitri.iCo.irt,
Sheriti, - -Burveyor.
Bunt, of 1Mb. School.
County J udice.
HOARD Of 8UI-KKVISOK8.
a n Trin fli'ni - - Plattunouth
A, 15. Uickhos, - - " fcmivvoou
. .... .... rv V A1 .etfti
I .r.?r:.. V-:.t1J,i.. ,.v n..w if en;!, week. All
transient brothel )ue respectfully Invited to
IlLAtTMOtTTl! KNCAMPMKNT No.3.1.
C-.U.U mouth in Ibe Maco.,ie. Hall. Voting
J'.rotiiers are invited to attend.
U. W. Meets
ruiMrk liililiK NO. 81. A. J.
,-- - i-- ,, t .... .i l. ,(ri
v'ry altui'iiup V rpiay eyeum ,
hail T ranslenl ..othen a rpaetf i lly in
vlt,Ml toaueud. K.J. &Iorii.M:wterVoiiiiiii s
r;:r; i. li.,wVn, Uui.te ; ieoie llou-worlli.
UeeoVder: II. J. JoliiiHun. "frN V
Jack iaugUeity. Inside Guard
. .- qti xiiYMKUM Wl)t)L)MKS
C ., VmerlcA -Meets second and fourth Mou
dy vt.nii, at K. of r. ball. All transient
r " f.!. t.. meet Willi llf. I.. A.
Vvorthy Advtaer; b. C. Wilde, Itauker ; W. A
lJLATTAMOUnt I.ODCK SO. 8. A. O. IT. W.
1 Me.N every alternate Knday evei.niK at
lincUwood ball at o'cIouk, All transient broth
ers ae ri-Hpecttuily invited U ailtsnU. Ij.
Lnrsoii. M. W. ; K. linyd. toreinan : h. t.
Wilde, kecorder ; l-eouard Auderson, versccr.
Damaging Testimony Against De
fendant Bowles Tracing the
Chicago. July 13 A startling outline
of tlio ca.se nyaiiibt members of the brother
hoocl f engineers and firemen, accused
of complkity iu the huge dynamite plot
against the Chicago, IJurlin gton & Quincy
road, was formerly presented in court to
day. The statement was made by United
States District Attorney Kwiug, immedi
ately upon the arraingments of six of the
accused, Chie f Bauereisn and his comrades
Goding, Wilson, Bowles, Iiroderick and
Smith. The presentment caused a sensa
tion among the crowd of railroad men,
lawyers and reporters that filled every inch
of tlio room in court. The statement of
the district attorney was apparency based
largely on the confession of one. of the six,
Alex Smith. The latter sat apart from
thu other defendants, and notwithstand
ing the efforts of his brother who was
present in court, doggedly declined to be
represented by the Brotherhood attorneys,
or have auytning to do with them. Al
ter Commissoucr Iloyne had refused the
defendant's request for a separate exami
nation for each of them, the district at
torney arose and in a matter-of-fact way,
without any attempt at declemation, re
cited the facts tint he proposed to piove
He said that his evidence would show
that the dynamite cartridge that was plac-
-J on the burlington tracks at Lola, 111
May 20, was put there by Bowles ni.d
Smith and that all the other explosions
was caued by the Brotherhood.
TO CURE THE HEADACHE.
Advice at to Ilet anrt ?J:nner of Living.
; '1111 ioniies!! Indigestion.
A teacher in Tennessee, who has long suf
fered from headache, and lias tried physicians
ind rt-mcdi: with only tiiiuMiary rf-ljef.
living. 1I lmi a eood i""-"- ,,,.,
, IIA is lauu
PARAGRAPHS FROM EVERYWHERE.
1 I.ATlSMOlTTH I.ODliK (., A. V. & A. il.
Meets on tlm lirct and t Hint Mondays f
ea h month at their hall. All transient broth
rn are cordially inltel to meet with us.
J. G, Uii'tir-y, W. AJ.
W 1 1 a TsSeretjiry -
fKiiUASbA CllATlKU. NO. K. A. M.
M,et j s cond ami fourth Tuesday d ea Ii
liu.nl!. at Ma.-onV Hall. Trau.sen lit brothels
are Invited to meet with ijs.
V. 12. WniTK, It. P
W m . 1 1 a v .h. Seeretary. ,
ZION COMMA N IA 11Y, NO. ,r. K. T.
e. lf Hist and Ibir.l Wednesday iiit:lit of
b month at Musn s hall. Isilin i.ioineie
.-..r.li illv invited to meet with us.
ec. . c i ! i
VM. Jj A S, K
(AHrW 'NCILNO lir'J, KOV Al. K :a . L--l
' " ii-, et- ! Fecond and i oinh .M.n.!.i s of
t'atti month at Afeanuin Hall.
K. N. (itHXX, Keueiit.
C. Ml Noli. Secretary.
l s1'oCOhlHlc POST 45 G. A. R-
.1. W JoltNSO.V.
V. i.i J wis.s
Oil ltl.KS FiKI
,1 NP. i;.Kll'.KM..-
iiw?iiiiir Saturday evening
oibeerof the iay.
V.i,ft.lti-r Master Sertft.
.. . Tost Cbail.iin
PUTTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
lt i.'e I'leftfttdi'iit.....
jnd iee Tresident
J. C. Uii hev. F
.1 A Conner. It. F.I
,1 r. J. V. Vt.ckbarh.
. Sloi't. IS Windham
A. is. Todd
F. It. Guthman
ll KF.1 TlSS.
F. K. Viite.
KUoli, c? w.
I C. l'atlerson.
Micruian, F. Gor-
Represent the following time
tiiel ami tire-tcsted companies :
American Central-S'. Iiou'.s. As-ets $l.2M.loo
Ins. C , of North America. Phil,
l.lverpnolftfc London & Globe-Kn
North Uritisli . Mere .mtile-Kii
Siuinjaeld F. ftt M,-Sirini;ficU,
Wo may promise that a heaila ho may lie
duo t- ono of many causes, or to several
cnu.ses nctiriST tngctheiv. A rmody suited to
i.otuifttt may Uu iiarinful in another. Nor
can any ;ase Ixs cured without tho removal of
Vithout some knowledge of the habits, the
teinperauic-iir, the physical tendencies and tho
geueral surroundings of a siiiTcrer, it is im-Iios.-.iblo
to mark out any schemo of diet
adapted to a particular case. But any one
who i 5 an intelligent ilV'PV'Ver of himself, and
is posfja.rj.l ot u stiong will, can probably
treat himself as successf uliy as any ordinary
physician can treat hint,
V will addre-s-s our1 porrospondent di
rectly, bac the advice, with the necessary
modifications, will do for others:
1. You are ftwaro that vigorous out door
exorci. is essential to sound health in all
jwrsoiLs, and especially so in the ease of a
Urain worker, under tho peculiar strain of a
school room. You need, at the minimum,
two hours a day o.f eu-h exercise. Perhaps
with your, southern habits and conveniences
hcrrkoback riding might profitably inter
change with rapid, cheery walking.
2. You arc equally aware that at least
eight hours of solid sleep are still moro es
sential sl'X-p in a well ventilated, sun disin
S. You may not bo awaro, but it is true,
that "biliousness" and indigestion are gener
ally duo far more to over eating or under
eating than to the kinds of food eaten. See
if you can trace a connection between the
quantity of your food and your distressing
53 mptotns. Lessen it lielow tho average of
tho pat and note whether the tendency to
headache lessens with it. If it does you are
on tho right track. If not ry the effect of
more frequent and abundant meals.
4. Constipnt'CJ. fills tho blood with pois
ons tbe.t affect thebraiu. Let this lie reme-
ied, if possible, by your food. Abjure white
bread, and use bread nuule from "entire
wheat flour," or mush from oat meal or
"wheat germ meal," with a frco addition of
fnt. . : . .
5. Notice whether aDy particular article or
food positively disagrees with you in itself,
in tho mod of eookiug it, or in tho quantity
eaten and covern yourself accordingly.
Make trial of these suggestions I or tlireo
months and note the result. Youth's Com
THE SHADOW 5EtF.
At mornlnpr uj th traveler westward bouna
Before mm sees a lengthened uliadow run;
At noon it shrinks beneath him on the ground:
Uumark. d, i: rearward moves at set of sun.
A juIiu;i shadow self the youth pursues.
And v!estlcw; wirh a fond and curious niindj
This shade t ho man In pi ime subdues,
lut mellow aj?e has ist it far behind.
Udith 31. Thomas iu American 3Iagazini
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, Is but
four years old, yet has COO membeas.
A peasant has just died in Austria-
Hungary who was 142 years of age. II
left a son aged 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 had come to fill their places.
The Austrian government has aban
doned its intention of renewing the anti-
Anarchist law, and will henceforth fijht
the Anarchists by administrative decrees.
The Russian Rencral Suwarrow, after
the seizure and destruction of Warsaw,
ciuclly butchered 80,000 Poles of ullages
and conditions in cold blood, Xsov. 4,
The South American agent for some
extensive manufacturers of harvesters at
Chicago has been two years at Monte
video, and has soli moyvmg and" reaping
machine3 all over the River Plata region.
Taverns may bo traced to tho Thir
teenth century. According to Spelman,
"In the reign of King Edward III
only three taverns were allowed in Lon
don." Taverns weve licensed in England
A West Morris boy was arrested re
cently for shooting an eagle contrary to
the law. He was in a fair way to be
fined or imprisoned, when a commission,
composed of a clergyman, a justice of
the ieace and an editor, sat on the dead
body of the bird and declared it to be a
A Nurernburg inventor has produced a
shoe solo composed of wire net overlaid
with a substance resembling India rub
ber. These eoles. which cost but half
the Tirice of leather, have been tested In
the German rirtriy and found to be twice
They are haying VtV$ war "
har pajft iui it """ ' ...iMmg
h-1 .ft.nuations of the 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.
Total Asets, $V2.in,774
Losses ASjisUa ari PaiaattWsAgcnsy
WHEH YOU WANT
A writer in London Truth suggests a
sensible occupation for women who like
sewing, but do not wish to become either
dressmakers or seamstresses, and desire
to live in their own homes. It is the
rlooking and repairing of women's
wardrobes. After a clientelle had been
established it would undoubtedly bring in
very fair wages.
A firm of pyrotechnists in England
hav6 at their factory a Newfoundland
dos which positively revels in fireworks.
He rushes into a shower of sparks with
as much delight as in a cold bath, and on
a lighted squib being thrown within bis
reach ho will run alter the smoldering
stump as if it vero a bone and trample it
out with his paws.
M. Achille Poincelet, in his lecture at
the Hall of the Boulevard des Capucines
in Paris the other day, discussed the
qualities of blondes and brunettes, the
differences in their love, their role in
private life and in historv, linked with
the philosophy of beauty, and the ques
tion, wlucli was mo superior type or
woman, theParisienne or the Georgienne?
He ignored entirely the red headed girl.
Fred Marsden, the playwright, con
sulted a well known physician 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 in one oE Ins plays, ana ex
plained the subject to him patiently.
Finally Mr. Marsuen saiu: nave ic.
A big dose of chloral, then stop up all
the crevices and turn on tho gas,"
and this is just what he did. He offered
the physician $10 for Ins advice, out it
was refused on tne ground tnac no pro
fessional service has been rendered.
rtattle lieiirmi the Lradrni.
We boys used to delight in tho battles
which resulted when two strange herds met.
Being with our own so much, we grew ac
quainted with all tho )ersoual peculiarities of
each. They were not blooded cattle, with
short horns and heavy bodies, hut great,
rangy, piebald creatures, with long, keen
horns, and wild eyes when roused. Wo ex
ulted when two 6troug and resolute steers
approached each other with tho ferocious
signs of battle. Tho lowered heads and
lolling tongues; tho stiffened, swelling necks;
tho wrinkled skin around tho rolling eyes;
tho deep, ominous roar of their voices; the
cautious, sidelong approach, liko skilled box
ers all these led up to tho sudden cr.Ti.h-
liigs of the meeting skulls and horns.
And then follow tho straining thrusts,
the sudden relaxations to get an ad
vantage, tho clashing of shaken and
interlocked horns, tho deep breathing,
the, terrible glaro of tho bloodshot eyes. Now
tho brindlo gets the upper hold and presses
tho white to tho ground, near ly shutting off
his breath; now tho white gathers himself
for ono last, mighty effort, and lifting tho
other upon his horns, literally runs away
This ends the ball1"- for, cr-.v..; 'y i r-o:-;.;'.
tho victor in such eases is nat vindictive
once fallen, always lnjaten, is tho rule with a
steer or' cow. Each herd had its champion,
and so accurate did welecomo in tho reading
of these bovine characters that wo could tell
at once whether "01' Brin meant Liioinefc
or whether "ho was only btufiin1 the other
feller." llaudia Gat hind in American Mag
Portrait Msulo from Descriptions.
A Baltimore publishing firm a whilo ago
wanted a picture of Tippu Tib, the celebrated
trader of f Central Africa. It happened that
at that time no picture of the king of the
slave dealers had come front Africa, and so a
gentleman of this city undertook to collate
for tho use of the publishers all attainable in
formation about tho personal appearaw-e of
that worthy. Ho found in tho writings of
Cameron, Stanley, Van Clcle, Gloerup and
Dr. Lcnz some minute descriptions of Tippu
Tib, and with tho aid of this material hr,
publishers made a picture of tho big C'eXiU ni
African. 5.iuc&- thcn"ttv'ai' woodeuU made
from photographs of the trader have ccune
to hand, and it h seen that th -
picture deserve to r"- ' .umore
gi-av" - utmost with tho cn-
us a very good likeness of Tippu
Tib. Probably not once m a liunureu times
could a portrait bo made merely from descrip
tions that would, c u tho whole, so nearly re
semble the subject as m this case, success
in this instance was duo largely to tho fact
that most of the writers, regarding Tippu
Tib as the most striking iiei sonality they had
met in Central Africa, gave very minute and
detailed descriptions of him. New York Sun.
Ileal Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUli LIST.
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Dr. C A. Marshall.
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Towusend's addition.
Lot 10 block lot 5 block 101.
Lot 1 block 0, lot (i block .".
Lot 11, block 111, lot H, block 01.
LOTS IN YOt'Ml AM) llAYs' AlddTION'.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Imirofcil pfvpTy of utl dcscii"'ons
and in all parts of tb- dty ou easy tcrms
new and desirable residence in
South Park, can be bought on monthly
llefore purchasing elsewhere, call and
sec if we cannot suit you better.
Preservation of natural teeth a rprclalty.
ftffi txtrarUd wUhuut pain lu une. nf lMxnjliing
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlTZOKKAI.D'S l.l.OCK Pi. ATT H MO U Til, N'KII
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
Tl'e only Politixlx 111 the West contlolInK thin
New System ef Fx I racl inn and Milium '1 ci-lh
without rain. Our i.naeM ln-lic; is in
tntly free from
CllLiOJiOFOKM Oil KTIf EK
AND IS AUSDid TKI.Y
Harmless - To - All,
Teeth extracted and mlificlal teeth Inserted
next day tf deshi 1. Tin; prrMt-rval Ion of the
natuiitl teeth a specialty.
GOLD CRTOS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORI.
1 'au k ,
Win. Ucrolil & Son
Dry (.soils. Notions Boots anil Ste
or Ladies titid (h ut
FURNISHING - GOODS.
lie keeps as large and as vill
As can he found any place in t he city and make
you prices thai d( fy competition.
Tho Indian Struck Him lTrst.
At an early hour the other morning Carl
Seiffert had a sanguinary tussle with a
dummy Indian which was ioacefully doing
duty as a cigar sign in front of a North
avenue store. Ali the blood that was shed
flowed from Cari's veins, and, though he
"knocked out" his man, he was much the
worso for tho encounter. To the policeman
who released the red man from Carl s vise
liko grip ho said the Indian struck him first
and ho didn t propose to be msuireuoyauj
oonoered colored Choctaw or Pawnee. J us-
! ICr-sten looked at Carl's bruised and
bleeding knuckles and sighed in sympathy,
for tho iudae's knuckles and palms had not
r-nt-.irelv regained their normal condition
since the Justices' recent baseball game.
"Pav the coss and go," he mercifully said.
"Let red liqr or alone and you will not see
imaerinnrv red skins on North 'avenue."
adjoining S nth
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Contractor and Builder
on short uot:cc a
The TVrsian Schoolboy Studies.
There are four kinds of Persian writing,
called resriectively "Kuiance," "naestalik.
"shikaeste" and "shikaeie-naestalik." Fin
calir:iphy is, vou may syj from this.
really u hcience in Persia, and considered sc
there. Of arithmetic the IPersian never
lenrus mora than addition and subtraction
I and even in that he is greatly aided by a lit-
tie countins apparatus, of which every mer
chant, dealer ani everybody else much in
need, of computing numbers owns at least
,:io. Of history the Persian boy learns only
something of that of his own country, not
truthfully told, however, but much exagger
ated. In this way tho Persian schoolboy
gets an idea that iis native country is the
oisest and mosff powerful empire on the
lace of the earth, and ho will tell anybody so
who asl;s him about it.
GeosraT.hr is not taught at all in Persia,
nn.l not understood bv anybody there. Thus
it will be seen that an American boy is much
bettor off than a Persian boy ; even tho young
rrinees there don't have so much fun and so
much care an 1 love shown them as is the
ith tho bov of a simple American mei
t I chant, for instance. Wolf von Schierbrand
A gain At Food Ad alteration.
A frrocers' conference has been called
- . . a. m 1 TL 1
in the interest oi purer ioou3. is iuww
on Coney Island in July. It seems at
last that adulteration has gone so tar mat
the gTOcerymen are afraid to eat what
they sell. 'Besides, the better class of
... . i
retailers lind it lmposaioio xo oDtam uon-
. M. - -1 1 ,1 m n
est articles. There wut ue at leastme
thousand exhibitors of materials, and U
is believed the discussion will not only be
practically valuable in throwing light on
hidden ways, nut tnat mere can ue
brought to bear a heavy force on manu
facturers to put more honest articles on
the market. No proposition ot moro im
portance will como before any of our
summer conventions than this of pure
fond and honorable deal. Meanwhile the
Concord School of Philosophy will hold
no session; so we shall have less of ilegel
and Aristotle and more of honest ginger
and coffee and quinine which will not
be regretted. Globe-Democrat.
A Queer Thing About Owls.
A Kimrston man has made an addition
to his collection of birds, a largo owL
latelv caucht at Hurley. ''Owls are de-
rpnrivelrird3." said a citizen the other
Har liad one. a lew years ago, vviin
which I played a trick on the public. J
kpnt the owl in a cage. It was an at
trnctinn. and manv people saw it. One
dav the bird died of 'cold poison' and
- . M -r i a. z a.
taxidermist stutieu it. i men put n,
back on it3 perch in the cage. People
who had seen the owl alive said that
thev could 6ee no difference In its ap-
iwamnee. and they would come and ad
the bird iust the same. That is tho
reason why I say an owl is a peculiar
bird. Dead or alive they look about the
same." Kingston Freeman. .
Mine Tlunting by Clairvoyants.
Tho mining prospector stands iu danger of
losin!r his vocation. A man need no longei
shoulder a pick and a shovel and spend days,
weeks and montlis in traveling tne moun
tains and gulches iu search of tho precious
metals. Tho "maguetizer" has tiono away
t-;Hi nil that.. All that a man requires to do
now is to le put to sleep or mesmerized and
started oft to discover a mine. I met a
mesmerist the other day, and ho declared
that ho had a colored man whom he had sent
all over the country while asleep, and who
bad visited a certain spot in an Arizona mm-
in"- region, which ho believed would bo found
to bo au immense mine. ure maicaiois
must yield before tho sleeping prospector,
and I have no doubt the latter will also bo in
demand to locate ore in mines which arorow
equipped with all but that. James Haskell
in Globe Democrat.
5 acres of improved 'round north of
the city limits.
j acres of "round
J acres of ground adjoining Soutl
1 acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se i sec
14, T. 10, Pi. 12, Cass county, price l,
S00, if sold soon.
nw i sec. 8, T. 12, P. 10, Cass Co.
V vnliiiildc imnroved stock Irani in
Alfurirk- f' TCeli.. 100 aClCS SlUd on
Windham & Davies.
Bazar Patterns and
zltzew" ice ivrmisr
We have our house filled wi!h
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared lo deliver It daily toourcus
t no-is in any quantity desired.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
I.cae orders with
At ft ore ou Slxih Sfnet. We in:.ke a Spec
And l.oudlni; Cars. For t rms see us or
T2, - -
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Merges Shi. e Store.
Carelessness In Making lp.
llany of our best actresses paint most care
lessly. Thev usually redden tL'ir nps w uu
?i l.idoons cherrv oaste. which often looks
nuito revolting. Tho whito is put on care
lessly, so that the natural color of tho flesh is
left behind the ears, and they rouge either
too much cr too little. The black about the
eyes is pit on so thickly as at times to quite
clog tho eyelids and to kill all expression save
rh.nt of tho idiotic stare ot an in maao wax
work. Saturday Review.
As It Sounds to Others.
In the case of a person listening to his own
voice and utterances from the graphophone,
there is much for curiosity, if not wonder
ment. The person who never heard himself
speak as he has heard others (outside of him
self, as it were), is astonished at its souuu.
"Can that be my voice as others hear itf he
mentally asks, for it sounds in his ear with
an almost unfamiliar ring and tones. Boston
The Jugs in Ireland.
Murat Ilalstead, of Tho Cincinnati Com
mercial Gazette, was asked the other day
what novelty he discovered in his European
travels last year which impressed him most
forcibly. "It was tho jugs in Ireland," said
he, "which will never stand on end, and
must therefore be emptied or corked." New
Consult your best interests by iteming
in the Phoenix, Hartford or .-Etna com-
panics, about wincn mere is no qucsnou
i to their liirh standinir 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 hayc already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at 3It. "Vernon, 111
where a larce number of buudinirs were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1SS8.
Call at our office and secure a Tor
Unimproved lauds for sale or cx
In a Iiady's Studio.
A New York studio is dimly lighted as
dusk comes on by a pile of skulls smeared
with phosphorus. To the topmost ono is
fastened a bone containing a candle. It is a
lady's studio, too.
The stj le of pants that dog3 should wear In
summer is knickerbaricers. The Lpoch.
A middleman appetra to be a central figure
In trade circles.
Has the best and most coinphte stoc k
of samples, both foreign and doinefctic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Isote these prices: uusincss suns
from $1(5 to :5o. dress suits, $25 to $15,
pants .$4, $5, ', $').o0 and upwards.
3? Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Compeiilion.
J. E- ROBBINS, ARTIST,
INSTKUCTIONS OIVKN IN
FINE OIL PAINTING
WATER COLORS, ETC.
ALL. LOVEltS Ol' AltT AI'K INVITED
T ) CALL AND
:E:x::yni:Lsr:E: imiy woek
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & HAMSE
C3-. IB. KEMPSTER,
Practical Piano and Organ Tuner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deni
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at Ilocek's
furniture store, Plattsmoutli, Nebraska.
J". C, EOOXTS,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
K. Ii. Windham, John a. Davikh.
Notary' Public. Notary Public.
V. I.MHIA.M Jk. DAVIKM,
attorneys - at - Law.
ORice over llai.U of Cars County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nkbhahka.
N. bt'ILlVAN. Attorney s.t Law. Will
elve. prompt atlention to n: boine ti:-
tru-ded to hiiu. Oltire in b Uion block, Laot
side. PlattMuoulh. Neb.
Fire Insurance written in the
Etna. Phoenix and Hartford by
Windham A. Davies.
B.&.M. Time Table.
No. 1. 4 -J' a. 111.
No. 3. C p, in.
No, 5. 0 a. in.
No. 7. " :15 p. in.
No. H.--C :17 p. m.
No, 2.-4 p. in.
No. 4. 10 :'M a. ni.
No. 7 :i: p. ni.
N-. S.--9 a. in.
No. 10. :45 a. rn.
All train, run dailv by wavof Cimaha. except
Nok. 'and s wh:eh run to and from r'chiiyler
daily except Sunday.
No. 30 Is a stub to Pacific Junction at 8 SO.a ni.
No. 19 la a stub from Pacific Junction at 11 fc.ni,
Job work done
the IIekai.d office.
I "u i tie wosuiopoiiuiu.
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