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PL.ATTSMOUTII, NEI5UASKA, 3IONDAY KVKXINO, JULY 10, 1888.
Mill M0i W0ttlll
,, ' J:imlue-r.
aellim j.i,c Judge, -
', Couuciluieu, 1st vlTard,
V K. Fox
1.7 I .1 VV JOHN N,OH
Hoard Tub. Work Kkki (Idmdkk
fQf ,S0UU 1) II llAWKSWOK
Jam K.t I'ATTKUSON, .IK
- Il HON Cl.AKK
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W II Mai.ick
.1 V WH RItACII
I A SAI.IsniJllV
) l M JONKS
I I lit. A Sill CM AN
M li MUHI'HY
( S W ItUITO.N
t COS O'CoN.NOll.
V McCai.i.kn. I'kks
VV JOHN IM.CllAIKMA.N
Airoha, Neb., July 10. Tho police
made a raid on the gambling houses this
morning about 1::10 a. in. and nrrfsted
nine. All hut one of them, Will Mires,
the proprietor, nave bonds. Mires is in
jail. His trial is net for Tuesday.
I. A. Cami-bkix
1MKI ClCITCII I- I K1.U
Y.w Chi h:hki ki.i
V. II. Tool.
.Ions M I.kvipa
W. C. HllOWAl.TK.lt
A. Ma polk
A i.i.kn i:kksn
liemuy Treasurer, -
Clerk. - -lieputy
Clerk. - -ltceonler
Clerk of litrict Co irt,
Kupt. of Pub. .School.
HOAKII OK HUI'KHVISOKH.
. V. i ,J .;.'v - - Kunwood
A. II. ll,'KSo, -
THE VASTNESS OF INDIA.
O. O. F. Meets
1ASS 1.01'CK No. 14. I
ciiyty I in;f av evening oi
iViKut broth? are re,peetl"' iviied to
1M.ATTMOUTII ENCAMPMENT No. 3. I. O.
I t). V.. meets every alternate r rn a, -111
i. .: i. w. tlif M:iMoiue Hall. isiling
Jtrothcrs are Invited to attend.
U. W. Meets
at h. of I
mi'lil IDDliK NO. HI. A. O.
I . i. ... .. l.'rldul- CVI-liilltl
w i v .ii i ri lint j i i
h ill Transient brothers are restwuuy m-
KernVder ; II. J. Johnson. Kl ; M:i-h
j.ieW iiaugherty. Ins..e (.ti;u J.
J IAS C IMP X.33S. MODKKN WtlOllMES
1 ' f Anierioa Meets second and fourth V-.n-iawBli
j at K. V. . All tiinjifciit
tether- are re.,..ested to ...ee w III us- ;
Neweoner. Venerable Consul:.. I.
Worthy Adviser; S. C. Wilde. Hunker ; N . A.
i7CtTSMOI;TH I.OIKJE Mt.K, A.O. IUV.
1 Meets ev. rv alternate Friday eveiiniK at
Kockwood hall at S o'clock. All t ra'.siel.t broth
m are re-pe.tfti'.ly Invited to attend. I h.
m 'wr: V. Boyd. Foreman:
V Aac; Reorder' ; l.eoirard nderson. OverHr.
-i .T-riiMiil-TII I.OIKiK NO.i;. A. h. A. M
1 Meets on the lirt ami third Mondays o
iVl l io.it U at their hall. All transient broth
Jo cordially C'K SSSAv. M.
V'M. Hats, SerietHlV':
v ttj::::iA c'iiAi-rEit. Nn. -s. n. a. m.
Meets seeond aad fourth Tuesday of eaeh
month at Mason' Hall. Trauseitnt brothers
are Invited to meet with us.
V, E. W MIT 15, II. P.
Ty. 1 1 a ys. Searetary. ,
General Harrison's Indisposition-
Inoianai-oi.is, July lo General Har
rison passed a very quite day. Although
under the doctor's care, he expressed hope
this morning that !y tomorrow he woald
be fully recovered from his indisposition.
Telegrams and letters of inquiry continue
to pour in upon him from the surround
ing cities, asking him to fix a time when
)olit!cal clubs may call on him.
Preparing for a Grand Opening-
Nkkkamka City, Neb., July is. A
argo meeting of citizens was held l.tst
evening to take notion in regard to tne
ironoscd celebration of the opening oi
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy bridge
when completed. The road oflicials have
promised their assistance towards making
the celebration a success and it promises
to be a great event- in the history of the
tjty. The date will prooamy .-
lime in September.
Victoiua, B. C, July 1C It is report-
ed that Mr. Clifford, in charge oi me
Hudson liay company at llazelton, and
one of the special constables sent from
here, had been murdered by Indians. 1 ne
Indians are thoroughly excited and threat-.
. , v ii
en to exterminate all the wii us in uus
part of the country. A special force of
piovincial police lcaveM ioimjjiu iwi
scene of the trouble. Tlie Indians who
the worst on the
coast, aud nearly all are well armed.
Painful Accident to a Switchran.
NuitTii WKNi. Nel.f July 16- O.
James a brakeinan on the lluion Pacific
...l.;to r-mnlinrr :i cur. Cililflilt hiS
lam Ulldee -
Sir VI. W COllMA'' KAUV
-3Met-ts first and third Wednesday tiiht tf
each month at Maso 's hall. isittu' UiJUiers
Hie e ially invited to timet with u.
W yuj A f. Ho. F. K. WiiiTK. h. C.
UNO ItcM.KOVAl. H;cANCM
V ii iiet ht "eeoad and fourth Mondays of
i ( i niofitn at Arcauuiu
. . - '. u l.F.N , 1"'
. .e nam. lie was .wa""cci
thirty feet over the ties,
leg above the knee and ieceiving severe
internal injuries. Dr. Elwood was called
and removed him to hi3 residence. He
found it necessary to amputate his left
leg at the middle of the thigh. At this
writing, several hours since the accident,
the surgeon repoi ts him doing well, and
in his opinion he will recover.
Ancient Nations. Crrat Cities. Flcl'tlug
Peoples Occupations and Industrie.
For eighty years at least writers have en
deavored to bring home to Englishmen the
vastneM of India, but, so far as can be per
ceived, have failed. Tho Briton reads what
they say, learns up their figures, tries to
understand their descriptions, but fails, for
all his labor, to realize what India is a con
tinent large as Europe west of the Vistula,
and with 0,000,000 more people, fuller of an
cient nations, of great cities, of varieties of
civilization, of armies, nobilities, priesthoods,
organizations for every conceivable purpose
from the spreading of great religions down
to Hvstematie murder. There are twice as
many Bungalese as there are Frenchmen; the
Ilindostanees, properly so callea, outuunioer
the whites in the United States; tho Mah
rattas would fill Spain, the iieople of the
Punlab with Seindo are douhlu tho popula
tion of Turkey, and I have named but four
of the more salient divisions.
Everything is on the same bewildering
scale. The fighting peoples of India, whoso
males are as big as ourselves, as brave as
ourselves, and more regardless Of death than
ourselves, number at least 1:20,000,000, equal
to Gibbon's calculation of the population or
tho Roman empire. There are 400,000
trained brown soldiers in native service, or
whom we hear perhaps onco in ten years, and
at least 2,000,000 men who think their proper
profession is arms, who would hvo by arms
if they could, and or whom we in r.ngianu
never 'bpar a word. If tho Prussian con
scription wero applied in India, wo kuoum,
without counting reserves or landwehr or
any force not summoned in time of peace,
have 2,500,000 soldiers actually in barracks,
with 800,000 recruits coming up every year
a force with which not only Asia, but tho
world, might be 6ubduetL There are tens of
millions of prosperous peasants whose hoard
ings make of India the grand absorbent oi
the precious metals, ton3 of millions of peas
ants beside- whose poverty fellahs or Sicilians
or CJonnaught men are rich; millions of arti
sans, ranging from tho mon who build pal
aces to the mon who, nearly nak,3u and al
most without tofdi, do. tho'bumblest work of
livery occupation which exists iu Em-ope
exists also in India. The industry of the
vast continent never ceases, for India, with
all her teoming multitudes, with a popula
tion in places packed beyond European
precedent, imports nothing cither to eat
or drink, and, but for the Europeans, vould;
l.mjrt nothinsr wbatever. hue is sumcienc
to herself for everything save silver. Amid
these varied masses, these 2T0 OOOSfl, wl
mere d;.ijiiijj w-WuM
uiB qi il-'-"-" voiumos, the
. ,rt-8 as vigorously as in Europe.
i here is as much labor, as much contention.
as much ambition, as much crime, as much
varietv of careers, hopes, fears and hatreds.
i . . . ... ... . . 1 . . , T...Knn .fc
mangling one it is still possioio to a moucj "
become vizier of a dynasty older man His
tory, or llnance minister of a new prince
whose personal fortune m naru casu is
double that of the late Emperor William, or
abbot of a monastery richer than Glaston
bury over was, owner of an estate that cov
ers a county, head of a firm whose transac
tions may vie with tiioso or the uanngs or
Bleichroders. One man, Jute rcrsuau. uy
name, fed and transported the army which
conquered the Punjab. Meredith Townsend
in Fortnightly Heview.
The AVIt of an "Immortal."
M. Ijibiehe, who died in Paris not long
ago, was a ineinlier of tho French academy
one of tho forty literary "immortals'1 of
France. M. J.abi-ho originated the saying,
now not unfamiliar in characterizing a per
son who, though ignorant, insists uin mak
ing a great show i.f what he thinks he knows,
"lie is a man of vast and varied misinforma
tion." Labiche expressed t he thought iu this
way: "lie has a great and varied ignor
ance." XoL long after Lnbieho had used this'
expression, and had embodied it in a literary
work, Prince llisniarck said of some one:
"That man tmssesses a iierfectcilcydoiKi-diuo
i'.rnorance." Labiche insisted thut Bismarck
had liorrowed tho phrase from him. But it
is more probable that tho rejietition was a
mere coincidence, as Bismarck himself is a
man of genuine wit. At the marriage of his
son, Labicho gave a little party, and, as ho
was unite unaccustomed to ceremonies of a
social sort, he was at first puzzled to know
what ho should say in greeting and parting
with so many people. "I have it! I have it:'
ho exclaimed finally; "I will simply say to
each person as bo arrived, 'At last! and to
each as ho g(ies uway, 'Alreadyf" lie car
ried out his programme, and all his guests
felt very much flattered. Pitt-' ;::;-; 'i:i!
Real Estate Bargains
kxamini: i:k list.
- x ir
.Starvation and lied Tape.
Once when I was in Ijtuidon a woman op-t
plied to a hospital for 1Vm1 for her liabe,
.vhich was dying of btarvatiuu, Tho com-
1 nittee of gentlemen called her in and asked
her a string of questions, and finally said they
could not give her anything unless sho had a
written application from tho secretary. She
tbauked them, gathered her dying child in
her arms and started off to look for the sec
retary, lie called her in, asked her ques
tions and said he could not make out ihe. ap
plication without an ordei-. from tho doctor.
Sho t!iac.koi him and went back to tho hos
pital to tho doctor. lie gave her tho order,
and with hope in her heart aud hugging tho
preciou3 burthen to her breast, bidding the
little ona wtiit; just an hour more, the poor
mother, hurried away to the secretary, anil
from him to the hospital again. But when
food was brought and sho drew tho ragged
pud of her shawl away from tho baby's face,
the littlo one lay daad in hor arms. It was
dead of starvation a:'.d red tape. Catharine
Cole in New Orleans Picayune.
Trcland'ii IJovcl Industry.
Recently, an' entirely novel industry h?i
epruug into existence. In tho genj-j j firn--cf
southest. Ireland v,um- J
imity. of thV - "y .prox;
I p,,!..- - ...-earn, many vani'ura
...ou uucks cro scon hi tho farm yards of
the peasantry. Theso dc's ere cross Dreas
mvimm-v wliiin rl.iei;3 with a strain of the
numerous wild fowl which frequent this
neighborhood, nir.llard, migrating ducks de
tained from crossing tho channel by storm,
etc. The plumage of these cross breds is bril
liant and varied; magpie wings, green heads
and blue vrir.g feathers, pheasant breasts and
indefinable tints are to be obtained. An asso
ciation called the Bandon Duck Eggs com
pany has lately been formed at Bandon, the
center of this favored district, with the ob
ject of exporting to England tho eggs and
also broods of ornamental farmyard ducks.
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townscud'j addition.
Lot IU block l:JN, lot o block 101.
Lot 1 block , lot (i block ii."").
Lot 11, block 111, lot V, block bl.
I.OIS IN YOl'Xt! AM) HAYs' AUDITION.
Lots iu Valmcr's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of till descriptions
and in all parts of the city 015 ci;y terms.
A new and dcirab)o residency in
South Park, can bo bough, on monthly
before purchasing elsewhere, call and
sec if we cannot suit you letter.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
rieceryatlon of natural teeth a upeelalty.
fi rth trtnu ti 'l without mln ( ve 11 iMimhiug
All work warranted. I'liccs reasonable.
KlT.OKKAI.lt'rt lll.'X K I'l.ATTHMOUTII. Nrit
DllS. CAVE & SMITH,
l i e only IlelitintM hi the West eontrollng till
New Svstem f Kxtraetiiiu mid 1 lllnin '1 eet ll
uitliinit I'alu. Our iiiiiieslhelie 1m 11
tlrely free from
c 1 1 1. o 1 : ( 1 ') 1 : 3 1 o i 1 :t i i i : it
AND IS AP.SOI.PTKl.Y
Harmless - To - A1U
Teeth extracted and mliiichil teeth liixeited
next day it desired . 'I lie iii-s-rvnl Ion of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORL
The very linest . Olllee in ( ' 1 1 1 1 1 block, over
'1 he Citi.cuH' liank.
Win. Jfcrohl & Son
Dry Goods. Hslieas Boots and Sbocs
t it (.adics and (bnfs
lie keeps as lai'ge and as will
A "ali be found any place in t lie fit y and make
you prices ti;al dely competition.
Harper's Bazar Patterns and Ball's Corset?.
uiocnutHIE POST 45 C. A. R-
.1. v. Johnson - .......Oonimander.
C. s. T-.visi Hemor ice
1 a luTus Junior
' Ml Adjutant.
-V-V- .; ....Sergt SgS
.1 vc.r. ;o.lu.KM AN. . ..quarter Mast er helgt.
1.. I'.t'l'UTis, lost Chapiam
Meeting Saturday evening
PLATTSWOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
T... si. lent Kobt. 15 Windhani
1 1 t'Sl'l 11? - .
1st Vice President A- ,,,,a
,We President '.
IreasureV.:::::".--' V- !Ha
1 c Hi. hev K. i:. White. J Patterson,
.1 "a ;on!ier. li. Kl-oii. C. V. Sherman. K. tlor-
d r. J. V. Weekbaeh.
Koprescnt the following time
tricl ami lire-tested companies:
.v3.iiiMn Centrat-S. i.oiii.
Kire Aisoel itiou-Pbiladetphia.
Ids. C . of N..rth Ameriei. I'h.l.
l.iverp.io'.SI.oiidou & Ulotie-Kiiir
Kurth Hri:i!i M.re.iiilile-lia
S;i.a.!"ieM 1. .St M. -Springfield.
Two OtTflcers Badly Hurt.
Ri.i'K Hi-niNos, Neb., July 10. This
morning William Ilacklcr, and Frank
Acton, policeman, of Wymorc, employed
John Hock to take them to the north
part of "Wymorc to arrest a man
The I'eddler's Itevengo.
It sometimes happens that tho peddkrs who
travel from door to door with usual patience
and humility becomo spirited and independ
ent in manner, as a story, repeatoa in an oiu
One day a laay
Boston familv. illustrates.
As who saw the approach of a peddler put her
they were ret urn 111 ; Rock drove to last don,fc wftnt anythiES!" The peddler looked0
over the railroad track, which threw tin up: -put your old head into that; wmuow.-
re-tr -cat of the sprin- wagon out behind, he said. "Xobody asked you if you did
rwr-t.uoi uit. f. ,f , . ' and he went on his way without emotion.
precipitating both liackkr and Acton illJuraa.
violently to the ground. Both men
struck on their heads, lighting on the
rails. Ilacklcr is not expected to live
and Acton is seriously injured. They
arc vcrv larc men and their weight pro
duced a terrible concussion. They each
3sot Quite So Wortliless.
First Citizen You. knew tho widow Sokes'
husband, did you?
Second Citizen I did. 'ihe most utieny
worthless fellow I ever heard of. Drunk all
the time; abused his wife, and was dead
drunk when the engine struck him. Spent
have been officers in the city for several all her earnings for whisk
the First Uitizen vo mow. ooses iu m
..lifn en wnrth as vou uiaua out. axis
. ... . jr. r ru
Tlie Idiotic Topical Song.
The impression that all "topical song's,"
which fo'-m a prominent feature of tho comic
ojieras, so . illed, are written in asylums for
idiots is not ouite correct, though the qual
ity of most of the songs certainly gives color
to it. The nursery rhyme is bad enough,
perhaps, but in comparison with the average
tnnieal sons it is a gem of purest ray serene.
Every time I attend a comic opera I want to
o out when tho topical song begins. In the
lirst plaeo the alleged singer has no more
voice for melody than an old crow, and in
the second place the words he pretends to
sin" are either idiotic, or, in a literary sense,
mere rubbish. It is a rule to make new
verses for every new thing that comes up.
Xew York Cor. Detroit l iee 1 l ess.
, acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining S tith
2 acres of ground adjoining South
of ground adjoining South Telephone 12,
1 1 acres
20 acres near South Tark: So i sec.
14. T. 10, It. 12, Cass county, price
S00, if sold soon.
nwiscc. S. T. 12, 1. 10, Cass Co.,
A valuable iinproycd stock fram in
Merrick Co., Neb., 100 acres and on
Vo have our house tilled l!h
A FINK QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared to deliver it daily to our cus
tomers iu ;u:y ipiantity desiri d.
ALL OEDEES PROMPTLY FILLED.
I.eae m tiers with
At store 011 sixth Stnct. We make a Spec
Anil I.o;ul!ii; ( ais. Kor 1 tins see us fir
K. C. MMAKEN & SON.
C. F. SM ITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St.. Over Merges' Slice Store.
lias the best and most cornpliW stock
of samples, both foreign ami domestic
woolens that ever ciiine west of Missouri
river, note these prices: jhmiici-
from $1(5 to '.."i. dress suits, 2r to $15,
pants 4, !?:, i..r;0 and upwards.
Will guaranteed a (it.
"1 1 1 a-.nav-tkill'kaVT 111
years ana nave ucch cxcmpiai v i
performance of their duties.
WHEN YOU WANT
I.ittlo Love or mature.
No ono who reads our English literature of
a hundred vears 'ago or more can fail to see
that the writers of that age cared nothing
for the crraudeur of mountain scenery. They
sneak of mountains as horrid, gloomy, for
bidding. If any scenery appealed to them it
was the most artilieial terrace and tamest
lawn. There was little sympathetic study of
nature then under any form. Angling for
trout and tho fox hunt were the only pursuits
that could suggeat tho eager search for rocks
n,l nlmts and buzs. that is now carried on
n tho fields and woods. This newly awak
ened taste for out-of-door study, and this
curious observation of nature is rellecteil in
tho literature of tho time, and is often com
mented u'iou by writers. Youth's Compan
Colors Used Iu Scaling Wax.
Colors used ia sealing wax are said to ex
press a certain significance. White is used
for weddinas: black, drab and pui-ple, for
mourning; lavender is condolence; dinner
invitations are sealed with chocolate color;
blue denotes constancy; green expresses
hatred; Vermillion signifies business; ruby or
cardinal denotes the most ardent love; light
ruby or rose is affectionate remembrance;
ti1. preen :s innocence; yellow Indicates
jealousy; yellowish green signifies grief and
disappointment; uarK orown, lutmutuuy
and reserve. Chicago Herald.
widow has sued tho company for $o0,000 for
killing him. Pittsburg Bulletin.
Where It Comes From.
Russia leather is made in Connecticut; Bor
deaux wine is manufactured in California;
Italian marble is quarried ia Kentucky;
French lace is woven in New York; Mar
seilles linen is produced in Massachusetts;
Enzlish cassimere is made m Jew Hamp
shire; Parisian art work conies from a shop
in Boston.; Spanish mackerel are cauguc on
the New Jersey coast, and Havana cigars
are rolled by tho million in Chicago. Chicago
Will Make Xo IiOrence.
Guest (registering, to hotel clerk) I am 1
Editor Stvggles, of The Buckville Oazette,
but I haven't er any baggago with me.
Clerk (hospitably) Glad toseo you, editor;
that won't make the slightest difference.
Guest My not having any baggage?
Clerk No, your being Editor Styggles, of
The Buckville Gazette. Two dollars, please.
Catalogues anil Correspondence.
A New York house which ten years ago
employed 100 traveling salesmen jiow does
its business entirely by illustrated catalogues
and correspondence, and its trade is ahead of
what it used to be. Others are moving the
same May, and in a few years hence the
drummer will drum less numerously. De
troit Freo Press.
A C'hanniiis Uridal Chamber.
The most beautiful bridal chamber ever
mii was one recently fitted up by an English
duke for his bride. Her favorite flower is the
ihiifndil. and it -predominates 111 the decora
tions. Tho ceiling and the walls are of a palo
grayish green and gold. The fringe and dado
of dull -rold canvas silk, hand embroided
in white daffodils and narcissi. The chande
liers have for globes opaline glass on the
same ilower designs. The velvet carpet is
,ri-iv rreen. sprinkled with golden flowers.
Tho furniture is of heavy English oak,
carved with winged love's heads, and tiio
draperies and window hangings are ot Span
ish lace, in conventional designs of daffodils.
New York W oild. -"
Windham & DavieS. Prices Defy Competilion.
Consult your best interests by insurim
in the Pliccnix, Hartford or .Etna com-
Indians and Wlilnky.
It is true that the Indian will drink whisky,
Knh tho reason he rots so uproariously drunk
is because, unlike the white man, he does not panies, about which there is no question
know how to use the drink. An Indian may
not take one drink of whisky in five years ; then
some white man will give him a pint Cask of
rve or bourbon, which he doesn't know how
to take in moderation, but drinks at ono sit
ting, the consequence being that tho Indian
i...f.rinp -pi-v di-imk. He is like a child in
as to their high fctanding and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis-
J. E- ROBBINS, ARTIST,
IXSTKL'CTIONS 'IIVKN IN
FINE OIL. PAINTING
WATER COLORS. ETC.
ALL LOVERS OF A11T A UK INVITED
TO CALL ANJ
ZEZXIMIIILsriK JULIZ: WOEK
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & RAMSE
O-- 13. KEM PSTEB,
Practical Piaiia and Organ Tuner
AM) ItKI'AI KKI!.
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Oflire at Uocck's
furniture store, PlattMiiouth, Nebraska.
this respect, and knows no more than does a astrous one from tornadoes and wind
child as to what the enect or rue nquor wm
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
'Contractor and Builder
.lob work done on short notice at
the IIekai.d ollice.
A Thought of the Fntwre.
She Won't it be delightful when we are
married, Jim J
1T. Won't itl
She No conventionalities to bind us, and
He (who has played a very long game of
tennis) Yes, and then I can take the rocking
chair and you tho camp stool, without excit
From tlie Dismal Swamp.
John Boyle O'Reilly writes from the heart
of the Dismal swamp: "This place is won
derful and beautiful. It is a desolate land
crying for attention and reclamation. This
is the most defamed land on earth. The Dis
mal swamp is the greatest sanitarium on the
American continent," Chicago Ilerald.
Ye.YV. F. Cody in The Epoch.
About the Same.
"Say," said Alpha, "my son is learning to
play the violin. Come around this evening
and hear him practice." "What is he em
ployed at during the dayf asked Omega.
"He works in a saw filing factory." "Well,
I have another engagement for this evening,
but I will call around at tho factory to
morrow and remain a few minutes." !Xor
lie Always Tied the Knot.
Minister's Wife (to husband) I think it is
perfectly scandalous, the Widow Bently
marrying again and for tho third time.
Don't vou think so. my dear?
Minister Well, it would hardly be right
f.ip ma to sav anything against Mrs. Beutly,
mv dear. Sho has been too good a customer
of mine. Texas Siftings.
Clubs of rmtlon.
It is reported that several of the oldest and
most respectable London clubs are in want of
both money and members. The new clubs
are so numerous and possess so many fresh
attractions that the old ones find it difficult
Vhe Unmounted Cavalry.
It appears that lcsides having ships with
no guns, England has cavalrymen with no
horses. For example, the Third regiment
of Household cavalry has but S00 horses for
l,o00 men, and 17,000 dragoons and hussars
have but 10,000 horses. In the German array
the usual proportion is 1.000 horses to TOO
men. New York Sun.
storms. This is fore-shadowed by the
number of storms wc have already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at ZSIt. Vernon, 111.,
where a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. Tlie exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1888.
Call at our ofllce and secure a Tor
Unimproved lands for sale or exchange.
J C, SOOSTE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
It. B. Winpiiam, John a. Davik.s.
Notary Public. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - Law.
cnice over liai:k of Ca-J. County.
4 N. SUILLIVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
.A. give prompt attention to s.ll buciues In
trusted to him. Ollice ia Union Block, East
side. Plattsiiiouth. eb.
Fire Insurance written In tho
Etna. Phoenix and Hartford by
Windham &, Davies.
B. &. M. Time Table.
The twentieth birthday of tho czarewitch
was celebrated bv a ball at St. Petersburg,
at which all the ladies appeared in white,
and all the men in red.
The champion fat lady at the dime museum
owes most of her success to her winning
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ah trr.hm nm rt:ii!v bv wav of Omaha, ercrr.t
Nos. 7 and 8 which run to and from htliuiler
daily except Sunday.
No. -jn is atubto Pacific Junrtlon at 30 a m.
No. lit Is a stub from Pacific Junction at 11 a.ui,
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