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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1888)
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. Kallabar;, Oca tint. Bock wood Baildlng,
lrphoa Jf. Jfe.
Dr. Kliricla, OBIco la Sherwood Block. Kl
4rac Cor. Sixth aad Uraalte, Telephone .So. 42.
Dm. fT A Smith. Ihn Palnlm I-alUU, I'aloa
Block, oyer t'ltlxen' Bank, t'Uttumouth.
Proposals for Post Office Premises.
Healed iropoaU addn-stwd to the titnler
!ilKtil at Oinalia. Netirankii. will be received
until 12 o'ctiKrk noon, on Saturday. June 21.
ihH. tor furiiMiiiiK the l'ost OMco Department
with miltall ireinitH to le occupied and used
ns a to.toflice In l'Utttuiouth, Cass Couuty,
I'.Unk proposal and further particulars way
le obtained on application to the J'ostmanter
ut riattxinoiilh. JieliraKka.
The rlirut in reserved to reject any or all
proposals. C. .1-Bkownk,
Catholic St. Paul's Church. Oak. between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Carney, Pastor.
Services : Mass at and U ::w A. m. Sunday
School at 2 with benediction.
Christian. Corner Locust and Eighth. M.
I ,rt ....... .....tnr Milliflt V Ktlllfll III A. M.
Preaching 11 A. M. and 7 :J0 P. M. I raver
liiaetiiiir Wednesday uilit. All are cordially
invited. Visitors reitiaituni; in tlie ciiy over
u .. .Hu iivitl tunttend church
UIIUil . 1 . U.1...J ' -
... ....ii ... ....ui..r'M r..uiiiii llrr ilnrir e:it ot
il t.rti i ni "i -... ... - , --
cluinh ; also roii residing in the city w ho
Imve baen members elsewhere please make
tlieuiSMl ves Known emicr hoio w i"--KPlsroi-AU
St. Luke's Church, comer Third
and Vine. Uev. 11. 1!. Jinnies, pantor. Ser
vices : 11 a. M. a,d 7 :MV. m. Sunday School
at :30 v. M.
ccuiiAv Methodist. Corner Sixth St. and
Granite. Kev. Hilt. Pa-tor. Services : 11 A. M
itinl 7 : e. m. Sundav School 10 :: A. M.
PKKKBVTFHiAJf. Main, between Sixth and
w... .....I. I ' I! .ir.i ii'ivinr. Servieen :
- usual hour, morning and evening. Sunday
School u -:m.
Kiust MirriioinsT. Sixth St., betwen Main
...... i....-i I?.., va k A li.Yumler. usistiir.
4,,,., . . ... . . . - ... - -' , " , .
Services :11a. m.. 7 :.V V. m. Sunday school
2 :2 i'.;.M. l'raytr ineetiLg Wednesday even
ing. GfltMAN Piifsrytkuia.v. Corner Main and
Nnitli. Kev V lite, pastor. Services : usual
hours. Sundav school U10 A. M.
BwKKKMii CoxoKriSATioXAi. (Jranite, be
tween r mil aim rntii.
The Y. M. C. A. Glee Club is rciiucs-
cd to meet this evening at the M. E.
church for rehersal.
The ferry boat, Katie Pease, will
leave the foot of Main street toinorrew at
10 a. ui., (the weather permitting) for the
Iowa s'ule. Evcrbody is invited to take
their basket and have a good picnic,
Only 2.i cents for round trip.
A man by the name of "Welch, who
was employed in working on the sewer,
had a dispute with the foreman yetterday
find the two men came to blows. Mr.
Johnson, overseer of the work, ordered
Marshal Malick to arrest Welch. When
Mr. Malick attempted to arrest him he
struck him and the two men clinched
In the scuffle Welch fell iuto the sewer.
a distance of several feet, injuring his
spine severely. Jle was carried to his
There was a very pleasant assem
Mage at the residence of He v. Hampton
last evening, the event being a surprise
party given in honor of Mrs. Hampton,
who lias been out west for some time on
a visit to friend and returned last even
ing on the 7:30 tram. Her husband met
her as the train arrived and accompanied
Iter home to find a large number of their
friend awaiting their arrival. It was a
complete surprise for her. A most enjoy
aide time was spent until the threatening
of rain, when a large number of the
guest took their departure for fear of
being detained by the rain. Those who
remained enjoyed the latter part of the
e vexing very much, several present tal
Jug part in singing. Before the parly
broke up, a very handsome gold pen and
case was presented to Mrs. Hampton by
six of the young men present, for which
she extended to them many thanks.
A Mr. Bowman, of Aurora, came to
the city last night and has secured a situ
ation here as an employe of the B. fc y
at the shops. lie had preceded his wife
with the intention of making arrange
ments for her arrival. She arrived this
morning, and through some misunder
standing, the huband did not put in an
appearance at the depot to meet her.
After waiting for some time she started
on a search ftr him and did not succeed
in finding him until noon. When she
discovered his boarding house and asked
for him, he, on being informed that his
wife had arrived and was looking for
him, seemed to be in a high pitch of ex-"
citement, and had ne more use for the
dinner which he was partaking of hearti
ly. The surprise to both man and wife
seemed to create a kindly feeling, more
so, probably, than if he had been on
hand at. the depot to greet her, and they
are apparently enjoying their new hvme.
We are f glad to welcome them among
us as citizens, trusting that another se par
ation will not occur.
Mr. F. E. White is in Omaha today.
Mrs. John M:nor is in Omaha today.
Mr. Jerry Farthing is in Lincoln today
Mrs. Fred. Whitney left for Council
Bluffs this morning. t
Mr. Wm. Neville was a passenger te
Omaha this morning. -
Mr. Henry Ilemple and sister, Miss
Tressa, left for Ashland this morning,
where they will spend Sundiy with
I S3ll shoes cheaper than anybody.
Call nd be convinced, no trouble to
show goods. tf. Peter Mergis,.
Yesterday was the day set for tho
match between the Flattsmouth nine and
Ft Omaha, the team of soldiers. The
players of that team were heavier men
than the Flattsmouth team had met on
the diamond this season, and it was sup
posed that they would be obliged to play
in hold their own. The tranie did
not reach the anticipations of many as a
good game, for some very prominent
blunders and wild plays were frequent
on both sides. Probably an excuse can
he made for the home team as substitutes
for a few of the best players were placed
in the field. Had it not been for the
wild throwing in a couple of innings,
the score would not have reached the
number it did. One good feature about
the game was the two home runs which
were made by a man in each club, the
ball being batted over the fence each
In the first two innings the home team
worked in seven scores and the way the
soldiers were fanning themselves out for
several innings at first, it looked as
though Plaltsiuouth had a complete
walkaway, but all at once the batting
commenced on the side of the Omahas,
and for an inning it seemed that every
man in the Omaha team was sure of a
base hit when he took the bat. After
that iuuing only one run was made by
the Omaha team, and that was one of the
home runs which we mentioned before.
On a whole the gnmc seemed to please
all, us our boys were easy winners by five
runs. The following is the score:
AU. It. BII. PO. K.
J. Patterson, c 5 a 2 9 3
Shulhoff, 2d b b 2 0 0 0
T. Patterson, p 5 i 2 14 1
Joncs,lf 4 2 2 '1 1
Jno. Oliver, 2nd b 5 1111
Reese, cf "i 1 1 0 0
O. Oliver, ss 3 1 0 0 0
Pollock, if 4 0 0 1 1
Coolidge.lstb 4 0 (T 12 0
Total 40 15J 8 3S 7
it. im. i'o. ii.
2 2 4 2
1 15 2
10 0 2
1 2 11 0
0 0 11
0 0 11 5
10 2 1
8 0 3 13
Coady, 2nd b. . . .
Cuthberr, 1st b. , , ,
A. Purtill, p
Hays, 3rd b
McLaughlin, ss . .
L. Purtill, c ,
SCORE BY INNINGS.
J 2345 ;7S0
Flattsmouth 700Cp2 13
Ft. Omaha 0 0070010 08
Batterv for Flattsmouth, Patterson
Bros.; for Omaha, Purtell Bros. Omaha,
1 two base hit; 1 home run, Flattsmouth
2 two-base hits; 1 home run. Ccady and
T. Patterson, home runs. Umpire, W,
EXTRA! Y. M.C A.
The Young Men's Christian Association
extend a cordial invitation to all men
young and old to attend their song and
gospel meeting tomorrow afternoon at
4 o'clock ju the Presbyterian church.
Mr. A. Marsh, the ztito secretary of this
state, who has recently held tiii jj3s;.tion
as general secretary of t lie Topeka, Kan
sas, Association, wdl be present and have
charge of tiio ;:?e?iug. He comes to our
state work very highly eco;?imended by
all who know him. He had a prominent
part in the rollege conference at Crete,
in February and all present were well
pleased with his manner and abilities.
The work in this state will undoubtedly
prove to be successful with such an hon
orable stare secretary. All members are
earnestly requested to be present and to
bring their friends with them.
Every active member and Christian
friend is kindly asked to come to the
consecration meeting tomorrow morning;
from 9 to 9:30 'clock in the M. E. church
is. J. WTT, Ex. Sec'y.
Coal is Cash.
The undersigned coal dealers, doinj
business in the city of Flattsmouth, deem
it to the best interests of the public, as
well as of the tieplcrs, to sell coal strictly
and exclusively for cafch.
Coal is a commodity that is, and should
be, sold on a very close margin, too small,
in fact, for the dealers to trust to the de
lays and uncertainties of collections.
The dealers arc recpuired to pay spot
cash for coal. The credit system entails
a serious loss each season, by reason of
the amount of bad debts necessary to be
charged off to profit and loss, and in the
additional expense required for book
keepers, collectors, etc.
By dispensing with the above formid
able items of expense, dealers can afford
to sell coal at lower prices, and they feel
assured that this will commend itself to
the thinking public.
For the above reasons therefore, the
coal dealers have decided to sell for cash
ON AND AFTER JULY 11, 18S8.
This means just what it says.
tf H. A. Waterman & Son.
Me a's canvass shoes at Merges', only
85 ceats, everything cheap. tf.
Pt cf tne Widowers
Several interested people will re
member the article which appeared in
this paper two issues previous to this,
giving adyice to the grass-widowers of
our city and also informing their wives,
in hopes that they might all return to
their hubbies, as an eye over them, of
late, was necessary. We notice that tnc
wife of a certain minister has already put
in an appearance since the article ap
peared, and no doubt several more, who
are visiting at a greater distance, will
also be homeward bound when they
read the article which appeared in the
Herald. It was only a sense of duty
which prompted the reporter to give the
congregation of grass-widowers, who re
side among us, away. Several of them have
been interviewed since with the object of
hearing their expressions on the matter
and to get their idea of the weight of the
penalty which will be inflicted when the
women appear. They were most of them
quite brave when spoken to about the
matter, and none of them appeared to be
at all alarmed, judging from the How of
conversation from each. One would say
'My wife knows me well enough to
know that if that, peace you had in your
paper had any reference to to me in the
least, that it is entirely false. My wife
has always trusted me in her absence and
is perfectly willing to do so at any time.
Why is it that such men as the above
speaker were the first ones to interview
the reporter, and with an uplifted cain
and knife drawn demand the poor
reporter, who knew he was in the right,
to falsely deny the statement that the
wives might not return. We feel duty-
bound to stick to the statement, and we
are sure the grass-widows at a distance
will do what is right and sanction the
statement. Wc learned of the arrival of
ne of the wives already, and also that
one of the men who preenied a bold
front, made an effort to keep on the right
side by being in readiness. He took the
trouble to have a party and give her a
grand reception, and it presented the idea
to us that it was for no other reason than
wc mentioned. However, with all his
boldness, when it came to the critical mo
ment, a more excited man never was
known. He ordered his cakes, ice cream
and other refreshments. By choncc the
cake arrived at the house all right, the
reason Is, we suppose, that he carried
them ' himself and did not order
them sent. The ice cream, he nor
any of his friends know where
it turned u. All he knows is
that the ice-cream did not show up at
the party. It is reported that while his
excitement was at the highest pitch he
ordered the cream placed in a rig in
front of the siiop i,er.3 he ordered
The wagon belonged to ''Old Cal"' who
did not find the can and drove home.
This morming it was still in the wagon
when the old gentleman drove down
town, he making iuquirics after the own
ers, thinking it might probably be dyna
mite. We think the man who would do
that, would be excited more than .a little.
We have not heard whether the bald
headed end of a broom has been used yet
or not. but so ii-ucu vg Jupw of one of
the bold nun, We are anxiously await
ing the arrival of another wife, mid so
are the widowers, wondering who tho
first victim will be. Henry the VIII is
liable be beheaded, and we trust he
may remember his fai,ii4g Jfore it i3 too
M. E. Church.
Quarterly' meeting tomorrow at the
First M. E. church. Communion at the
close of the morning service. Love-feast
at 10 o'clock. Preaching by the presid
ing elder in the evening. The quarterly
conference will meet Monday morning at
eight o'clock. Brethren and sisters, as
this is the last quarterly meeting for the
year, and peruana the last fine under the
present pastorate, allow me to suggest
that we strive to make it the best ot all
W. B. Alexander.
Best in the world. German Vegetable
Liver Pills. For sale by Gering fc Co.
Cood-Bye, Bandana, Coocl-Bye-
O, democrats', UeiM ihz trumpet blo-.
Good-bye. free baile'is, gooU-rrye j
Pack up your grips. Is's t ime to go,
Good bye. free trader, good-bye !
Protection is the peoples's wealth,
(Jood-bye, free traders, good-bye !
And we shall cuard the nation's health.
Good-bye, free traders, good-bye !
CaoRt'E Bye, Cleveland, bye O !
H;-e, 1 liurman, bye O !
lfoin ana prcspeititv !
Old Biiti-sli free traders, op4-l;ye !
The Hag is floating in the brceye,
Good-bve. bandana, good bye !
The stars ana stripes will better please,
Good-bye. bandana, good-bye !
We'll nail our banner to the mast.
Good-bye, bandana, good-bye !
Your old red rag won't stand the blast,
Good-bye, bandana, good-bye !
Uhokus Bye. Cleveland, bye O !
lye. Tl'ilrriian, bj .Q I
vvnve, (lag of lovaltt r
Old red buudana, good-bye
Old Indiana names the man.
Good-bye, dear G rover, good-bye '.
Come here and beat him if you can.
Good-bye, dear Grover, goad-bye !
lien Jlnrrisou is I lie man to win,
Gwod-bye. dorr G rover, good-bye !
Go home and"watch our Bkx-jam-is,
Oood-bye, dear Grover, good-bye !
Chorus Rye, Cleveland, bye O !
llye, Thnrnian, bye O 1'
Harrison aud victory !
Four hundred pounier, good-bye !
They brought poor Thuinian out too late,
Goo l-bye, Old Konirin. good-bye !
In Moiton he will meet ins fate.
Good-bye, Oid IComan. good-bye !
Our soldier lieu the land will sweep,
Gcod-bye, Old Roman, good-bje !
November leaves shall bury you deep.
Goou-bye, Old lio:nan, good-bye !
Chorcs Hve, Cleveland, bye O !
llye, Thurman. bye O !
HarriHon aud victory !
Old red bandana, good-bve !
iUchard Lew Daweou.
Mrs. Layering will entertain the "YV
and their friends at her house on the cor
ner of 10th. and Marble, Tuesday even
The fare has been put dwn on ihe f crry
boat (Katie Pease) to $1.00 for round
trip for two horses and driver. Buy
your hay from the other side of the river.
13j m Peterson & Co.
Wanted. The address of boat caul
kers wanted. S. N. Stewart,
Nebraska City, Nebraska.
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
.TEETH WHILE YOU WAIT.
How tb Dentist Tries to Defy Title ar
Well as Nature.
"Four and five dollar seta of teeth made
That is a portion of an advertisement that
caught a rejorter'9 eye and caused a visit to
the office of the dentist whe bad Inserted it.
Many men doubtless remember that cur
tain of theii relatives remained In solitary
confinement for from twe to throe weeks
while waiting: the arrival of the idea) set of
grinders. Is it possible thnt one ear have
one's own wort h lesi teeth removed, an im
pression of the mouth taken aud new teeth
litted, and all within an hour or two's time
The dentist, when askod thut question, an
?wcnil nllirmatively "You see," siiid he.
dentistry is progressing like everythin
else, anfl it is an every day occurrence for
me to get up a $5 set of teeth in an hour and
t half. Although it would b much UetUir ii
iftiT having teeth extracted, the patient
would wait for a week until the mouth heuls
and the lone whieh surrounds the teeth lie
dissolved, still there aro ever so many who
come here und will endure the discomfort
md pain w hic h of necessity follows a quick
operation rut hot than depart toothless.
"How do 1 do it so quickly. Well, by a
method or process 1 use in vulcanizing oi
conking the rubber used for the piate.wbier
reduce that usually long process to an hour't
"No. it is net so satisfactory' nor is it any
less expensive, but it is quicker. The price
f a false set of teetli depends almost entirely
n the number and size cf the platinum pin;
vhirli the teeth contain, .nd the quality and
lexturc of the porcelair used.
"Then, too, the small manufacturers of
heap tcetb are continually cutting om
mother's throats, ai;d the people get tin
SKMiefit. The dentist has very little to dc ii
letcrmining the price.
"Countrymen aud fanners buy more fals.
U-eth than dn any other class of people You
iee, Mrs. Jones, for instance, ha- the tooth
lebe, comef to ton, and, after frantic at
.einpts to get rid of the pain, has all he
eeth pulled, and with a beautiful new set,
jvith perhaps a little gold lilling in front, re
cuius to her village oj Cann. Mrs. Smitl
eet Mrs. Joney' teeth, and, not content to lx
.vithout anj-thiiig thnt Mrs. J one? has, she,
:oo, comes to town and ha porcelain substi
tutd for bouo.
"Country eople don't take proper or evei
lecent care cf their teeth; and, besides, the
oat too much pia And they, loo, are th
;eople who w.nt their teeth served up in an
Hour's tima A countryman comes to thi
city expecting to do shopping for 'the folks
at hon.e,' take in the town acd provide him
self, and perhaps his family, with a set ol
d-ctb, and all in one day. Sometimes he it
"Negroes carry a good deal of porcelain
and gold in their mouths, too, but they, al
most invariably, want the most espensiv
seb--, insisting upon gold plates and a plentj
of gold filling. 1 have made a number ol
sets for negroes which cost $100. But in a
year's time a negro will manage to break the
best set that 1 can make, and then, of course,
he receives a bill for repairs.
The gold plates are, of courso, incompara
ably LeLier han the rubber or the celluloid,
and if a patient can afford thorn I'alwys ad
vise their use." Kew York J2vening World-
Superstitions of the Omaha.
Mr. Frank La Flesche, an Indian who ha?
for some years been employed in the Indian
office, read an interesting paper before the
AnchvopoJiCaice-l ccefoty the other evening on
"Funeral Customs of the Omahas. " 4'r
approach of death," he said, "Is believed tc
be foreshadowed in various ways, not only to
the person himself, but to others, who, by
reason cf their supposed skill In seeing the
coming of deafh, gain reputation 63 propbsti
They either have vision? or pass through ap
parent death. The dreamer lies In the open
air, in the midsummer, with the thunder
rolling in the heavens, and listens for voices.
These come to him from animals, clouds or
merely the air. Such persons as can
foresee death are eligible to member
ship i thi Gtost society. Oce yi
ioa is that' of a woman walking, but
not on the ground, currounded by a
halo cf brightness, and always leaving a vil
lag or lodge. If they wear a placid, pleasing
expression, the death will be from natural
causes, from accident or In war; but if the
face is distortedMt is an indication that the
person will die while engaged in a quarrel
with another, and the soul is full of bitter
ness. TUoie vrto foresee Cfjn also prevent
death, and are often called "upon to rendei
this service. One method is pouring hot
water at right angles to the path leading tc
the lodge, while another consists of occupy
ing, with one whose death is foreseen, a sweat
lodge built by the latter, pronouncing cer
tain incantations and sprinkling the body of
the client with the powder of the artemcsia,
supposed" to be the food of cue ghcii
"The howling of a dog is also a token of
coming death, but is not so infallible as the
spectacle of a dog mounting the side of an
earth lodge, and peering through the opening
at the top. Then, with trembling limbs, the
warriors, seated around the fire, seize mis
siles and chase the deg and kill bim to propi
tiate ths ghosts. To see or bear the voices of
dead relatives is alsv a sign of preaching i
uetttu." Washington fctar.
You are feeling depressed, your appe
tite is poor, you are bothered with head
ache, you are figity, nervous, and gener
ally out pf sorts, and want to brace up,
JJrace up, but not with etimvjiants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which have fer their"
basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which
stimulate you for an hour, and then leave
yon in worse condition than before.
What you want is an alterative that will
purify your bleod, start healthy action of
Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality,
and eiye renewed health' and strength.
uch a medicine you will find in Electric
Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at F,
G. Fricke & Co.'s drug store. . 3
Our id-Summer Slaughter Sale !
In order to Clean up our Odds and Ends in various Depart incuts wo
Shall oiler Extraordinary inducements for thi week.
3 - Special Bargains in Hosiery - 3
At 25 cents a pair Our Kntiro Line of Children's Fancy
Printed Hose that have never In lure retaiUd I'm-Jcs thiin 0
cents a pair. Ladies' Hose in Solid Colors and Stripes worth
from 35 to 50 cents a pair.
At 50 cents a pair comprises our Futile. Line of Children's
Plain and Ribbed English Lisle Thread Hose, formerly Fold
by us from 75 to DO cents a pair. Ladies Fancy Lish and
Silk Plaited Hose worth from 75 to 1.0o a pair.
At 75 cents a pair takes in our Stock of Children's Fancy
Striped Lisle Hose, worth $1.50 a pair. Ladies' Fancy Li.-lo
and Silk Hose worth $1.50 a pair.
Extraordinary Values In Fans.!
Gauze and Satin Fans, Plain and Hand-Painted, formerly soli'mni
31.50 to 1.75, reduced to SLID.
Handsome Satin and Feather Fans, Hand-Painttd, formerly fold
from $2.00 to $2.50, reduced to
Elegant Carved Pone Handle Satin lans,
Id from $3.00 to :3.50, reduced to $2.ii9.
Black and Gray Ostrich Feather
54.50, reduced to $3.40.
Our $3.00 Ostrich Feather Fan,
Black, reduced to 5.00.
Our $10.00 Ostrich Feather Fan, Shell Handle, in Black and
reduced to 0.50.
Full Lines of Japanese Fans at Popular Prices.
Bargains In Parasols S
Cream Lace Covered and Pongee Silk Lace Trimmed Parasols wort h
from $4.00 to $5.00, now $3.00.
Cream and Black Lace-Covered Porasols that sold from $7.0(1 to
$8.00, reduced to $5.00.
Black Beaded Lace-Covered Parasols that sold at 0.50, reduced to
Fancy Striped Coaching Parasols that sold for 5.0 reduced to
a it " " from $o.50 to $S.OO re
duced to $5.00.
Silk Sun Umbrellas at Greatly lied need Prices.
Alpaca and Bombazine Parasols at Greatly lied need Prices.
ONE DOOE EAST FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
There is not one thing that puts a man
or woman at such disadvantage before
the world as a vitiated state of the blood
Your ambition is gone.
Your pourage has failed.
Your vitality has left you.
Your languid step aud lint less ac
tions show that you need a powerful in
yigaratpr, one bottle of Bests' lilood
Purifier and Blood Maker will pt new
life in a worn out system, and it' it docs
not it will cost you nothing. (. P. Smith
fc Co., Druggists.
Ladies, Attention !
iieeamier Toilet Preparations
include Uream. liulm. Moth and
Lotion, powder aad Toilet Soap, are sold
only by Gering & Co., and recommended
by the following society ladies : Mes
dames Adelina Patti -Nicolini, James
Brown Potter, Lillie I.angtry, Sarah
Bernuardi;, Ilu'.ena J'odjc-ka, Fanny
Eavenporr, Clara Louise Kellogg and
one hundred otheis. tf.
tui oivui-e for ?ac
A fine lot of household furniture can
be purchased at a moderate price, also a
fine residence can be rented which is in
a convenient location for parties wishing
to keep boarders. Tiiers are several
large rooms in the house which would
find ready tenants. For information ap
ply at this office. IGj'l,
Furnished House to Rent.
A furnished house is open to tenants
at a moderate rate. The proprietor offers
o board with the family that rents the
house. Any ramiiy witnoui smali child
ren can have a good chance by inquiring
of TV W. Cole.
When your skin is 3'ellow.
When your skin is dark and greasy.
When vour skin is rough and course
Wiiea your skin is inflamed and red.
When your skin is full of blotches.
When vour skin is full of pimples
need a good blood medicine that can be
relied upon. Beggs' Blood Purifier and
Blood Maker is warranted as a positive
cure for all of the above, so you cannot
possibly run any risk when you get a bot
tle cf th?3 vonclernu medicine, ror sale
by O. P. Smith Co.
The cheapest shoes at Merges . tf.
Those elegant Rccamier Toilet pre
parations at Gering fc Go's.
Colic, Diarrhoea and Summer com
plaints are dangerous at this season of
the year and the only way to guard
against these diseases is to have constant
ly on hand a bottle of some reliable rem
edv. Beg?s' Diarrhoea Balsam is a POS
ITIVE RELIEF in all these disagreeable
cases and is pleasant to take. It will
cost you only 35 cents. O. P. Smith &
Hand Painted, foimcily
Fans, formerly sold trom $1.00 to
Pone Handle, in Creani, Maize and
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Watches ! Vatchcc !
Has moved and is now in the Sherwood
room, Cor. 5th and Main St?., where
lie is better able to show his
Large Stock of Watches,
CLOCKS A1TD JEWELRY !
Than ever before, and will ns an induce
:ne;it sell y;u Watches; wsiy down. Call,
and get the Special Prices in ":,, 1 Watch
es; it will surprise you. A Full Liiif of
the best styles of Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be given Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satis
Personal attention to all Busine ICntrust
to my care.
XOTAItY I.V OI'I'ICK.
Tillff Kc;ii!iiii-1. Abstarets 'omi.il"j fn
Curance 'A'ntteii, Ki-al Kh'ate Sv'.U. ' '
Better Facilities for making Farm I.oano than
Any Other Agency
Flat tsnioudi, - c'n iiax
Use Blackberry Cordial for Diarrheea
and Dysentery. f Guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Sold only by Gering & Co.
Plenty of feed, Tour, graham
meal at Ileisel's mill, tf
Sherwiu & Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fricke & (Vs. drug
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