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PLATTSMOUTII, XEIIKASKA, WEINKS DAY EVENING, JUIA" 18, 1888.
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I .1 V Joll.NH IN.CllAllt.MA.N
Bond INib.Work'n M:k.i ;" i.i-.k
A MURDEROUS PLOT.
Conspiracy to Murdor Two Judges
and the Chicano Police
j In the houses of the three nun nunicr
I jiis weapons we re found nnl tnogh dyn
; niuite to have blown up the largest
building in the city. It is stated in this
! connection that Hronck and Chapck
I. A. CAMritK.I.I.
Biiio rmrcn kivi.ii
W. II. I'ool.
JI.V M I.KVItA
W. -. SlIOWAl.TKU
J. U. ElUKNIiAll
A. M AIMJ1.K
utty treasurer, -
liepuiy Cle rk.
Itecorder if Ucc.U
ClerK of ll.-lrcl Ci-irt,
Hujt. of 1'iiti. school.
L'omiiy Juii! -
HOAItll OK SUl-KKVISOHrt.
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A. Ik. ' ' w i Wult r
The Criino to Have Been Perpotrat- j W(.re intimate friends of Louis Lingg,
od Last Night, and How-Tho the ,)()Ill,in.lkL.r, an, both were arrested
Details- after the 1 layin.ti kt riot. Chief Hnl-
Ciiicaiso. .Inly I Hy hoRand timely , u 1ere wj ,ie Illon. nm.sls miuie
action Inspector IJonncl.-TTnT morning to)jf,,lt ,nt lLfllses tl) oiv- fuitlu r in
prolally saved the lives of himself and ,, u"lt iiK
Judges Gray and (Jrinnt 11. In a small (
frame house in the vicinity of Ashland j
i ayenueand Thirty third stn t were foun 1 c-motory.
twelve dynam.t- hoom-. a leM.h.-r and Poillt TCietery b'avo wt.Ull.IirkwlKrav,.St aail
a knife, and as the owner of the articles not ft jew iavo eluborato meinorialii. Clou.
1 t,. I.l-.-.lt I... w!i in-rested! WintieU Bcott lies here. Hit monument is a
HOW STORMS ARE MADE.
AN ATMOSPHERIC FUNNEL WHICH
FORMS THE TERRIBLE CYCLONE.
A. 15. ll KsoN,
J'lASS 1.1)1)11". NO. IIS. I O. O. -L,,,;
Ji-vrv Tn-"lay -vt-i.in of -aeli au
liraiulliiit brothers aie ref,,eetlully iuviie.1 to
1La'tTMOIi Til KNCAMI-MKST K. :. I.
J II F inei:l every alternate r r' 111
r.,1, (u..rlU In ll. Masonic Hall. iS
Kru liters aie jnyileJ to attmul-
flu:H U,lT(M'rXl). bt. A. Q..U- W.-Meets
1 viry altcr.ia!. Krl.lay evei.u.u' ''
hull YraiiHleiit brothel ar r"M-elf i '! i"
vUej touttu.l. F.J. Mora...M.LSt. i S rkmu . ;
K. M. ItaV-low. Foreman ; Frank roli. v -1-
JCecorJer; II. J. .I .ln.s.m. Unane '-r : N i.
Mnttli. K.e.iver; M. Ma Lril.t. IX M.
J:ick Uuiitherty. InsuU-t.uaiit.
- ...i i (..mi ii iu;i
of nicrh:.l Meets second ali.llo'u l ii .-
I roil.era me re.iesled t II' 'if-
T'-VVi) lltr; VerteiAhJi! (,..!i:ill ; ;. I .
VnyAdvii-er ; . V. WU.le. j'.anl.er ; . A.
iLvrr.iMtiUni i.:h;k no. . a. . t ' w
J Meet ffery alt.-r.iaie i m;u '
I :tl ion, M. V.'. F. !: I. l-oreniaii: 1.
iM.vrrsMoivni i.h:i;k no.h. a. i-. . a.m.
1 M.ets en Hie lir-t and Ih.rd M..i, l:ts . f
e:M m onth at U.e.r hall. All tra..sieiil l.rotli-
are cordially '""";, : Ui. u kv. V. M
WM.IIArj. je'T'aOL- .
7T. ,. , .ii i i-rri: vn. 7.. il. A. M
itlV!V:;.r..l f.Mi'rili Hi.-sd , -f .-arli
l.ionlh HtMa-oiiV Hall. Tiansr
; li. llei'. to ni-.-ei i.t t 7
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MJ " t II IN COMMA I'AUV. M . 'j
Me.V l:rst ami third U c .Im.I 'J ','
.hlOontHalMtso ' .l-illna hi -t he
tuei ordU-ly Invif-d I.. i:..-tJ li
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I ;A.r.....i ...-oi.d and fourth Ma.las
t a. I. mouth at An anun. Ihill R
t t t c..,rl 'irv
McCONIHIE POST 45 G. A. fl-
. ... t. 1 uj.tv ro-jiniaii.ler.
'.V u rv. J.s . ....Senior VU
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Anhkus.iN tnv. ...
I. C. Ci nris.
Afeetin.' atiird.iv event"
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.. ni:::i.ri.f the ia'.
7 Si-rt Major.
' Oiiaiter MasTt-r Sei-I.
.. I'o t Chili-Iain
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TR 4 DE
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5' . lie . ulaii.'
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1-it Vve I'ri l.e.:t...
ti - I. 1 .e-I.I- lit
'1 a tire. .....
" .llK Till:.
1 r- 1-I.I...V F. I-.'. While. .1 . r.ill-tsi.r,
.1 'a Conner, 15. Ki-on. C. W. sl.enaai
.1 r. J. V. NHn Uhaih.
U t Do
ly IJonlield in person and taken to the
police statition. Two other arrests -were
made later. When iptestioncl as to
what the prisoners intended to do, lon
tkld confined himself to saying:
"There wan a conspiracy of longstand
ing, and it was ahout to lie put into cxe-
Clltion. They lllten.leil to use iijiwinim;
on .Judge (iray, Judge Ciinncll and myself."
l'lie chief prisoner is an old time an.irch-
i-t, and was prominent in the schemes of
the llavmarket times.
IJefore inaking the Ijit arrest Ilonfn-ld
had the hoitfe siiiKiunded ly hve pickeii
officers. Just as daligM was baking
tlie inspector w:js joined in the -yicinity
l,y a stranger, and a lew moments later a
man emerged from the house. The strang
er nudged IJonlield and the order was
given to the men, who closed in on the
MAHK A liKst-Kli ATI: 1 (OUT,
Init was ijuickly oyei -powerei1 :pid placed
in thaiget-f tv.o oliicers. Ilonli' ld and
the other officers then rushed into the
house. They wen; met on the stairs ly a
woi;ian,.tlio wife of the man who had
lieu-, capuiied, klU she w;is l.rulicd aside,
and the police, guided l.y the stranger.
. i.l. ,n .l il.e hall h-d loom, where, hidden
away in the corner, the inspectot found
an even dozen dynamite cartridges, wrap
ped in brown paper. A further search of
the rooms disclosed hidden in the bed a
huge rcvolvtr and a dagger. Some
bundles of letters and other papers were
also taken care oj. j.y tiie pinoc. i ik-ii
the patrol wagon was called and the
prisoner was taken to the station. The
officers tu-it went p a lor,::e soj-e dis;
tanc-u away, it ts Mipposcil It was !iMf
(Juinn street. Here
TWO OTHKK Al'.liKbTS
were made, and all these captives were
taken to th:- Central Station. I'i.-p ( tor
llonlield is reported to have sa 1 piivatc
1" tha Sl.e i ll t
AI;'or,t ;'venty ete,n,!ned iminlin were
in ii.j rs)iracy. ai;d they e-c. jit a
certain hour aricr nillniiit tonight, to
be at the homey of (iriniu-11, Oary, Iion
lield. Frank Walker. Oeneral Siihs and
others prominent in the pn sectition.
Dvnauiite was to .: placed beneath the
houses 01 loc.u ami the p;icnr.l cxplo-
S VCS were io be touched o(T simultaneous
ly. The lioaid at irade was to b,. blown
to the sky at the same time and whoUsale
rough grtinito cenotaph that lies Hut upon
tho ground and is surrounded by ni vuii rail
ing that ought to lw removed, or, better yet,
ought never to liavo bton placisl hero. The
inscription covers the entire north sido of the
huge cenotaph, and recounts tho services of
tho old warrior, concluding with the observa
tion that a laudatory inscription is unneces
sary, becauso tho deeds of Scott are engraven
upon tho memories of mankind.
Beneath a cenotaph almost exactly lil:
that of Ocn. Scott's lio tho remains of Col.
Anderson, who commanded nt Fort Sumttr
when it was first fired upon. Col. Anderson
lived until soino years after t ho, c'a-ru vi tho
war, dying ut last iu Itr-.ly , in.in whence his
remains we,Hj brought to W est 1'oint for iu
termeiit. Tho w.notaph is just across the
walk from that over Gen. Scott.
Nearly in tho eent-r of the plot is interred
tho loly of Oeorgo A. Custer. His monu
ment is (i huge block fif rough granite, a
dozen r v fet-t in hoight. The top ii per
fectly plain, but upon tho sides uro four
bronze medallions, circular iu shape, und
bearing appropriate inscriptions. Two of
them recount his family history and tho
tragic manner of Custer's death in thebattlo
of Littlo Big Horn, and tho other two uro
symljolie, buffalo heads, Indian arrows nnl
maize I eing prominent.
Other famous boio.iCts interred hero are
(ten. .' udenreid. Gen. Jlidson Kilj atrick and
Col. Thayer, the latter tho father of tho
academy, as he is affectionately referred to,
and whoso life size statue stands at tho. south
cast . corney of tho infantry plain and immo-ULiU-'ly
in ii.ont of cadet barracks. It is tho
custom to bury cadets when they dio in thd
institution in the pretty cemetery here and
to give them ftiU'iniUtW hocus. This Is
I invariably done unless tho family of tho de
ceased cadet requests otherwise. 1 he latter
is rare, and as a consequence a largo part of
the cemetery is given up to students. These
graves aro generally marked in a modest
manner bv small stones erected by class
mates of tho dead cadet. It is said hero thnt,
following tho custom set bvr.cn. (viuxleld
Suott, who sLci, to b; mteiled here, future
gftiir-rnls of 'iho'ni-iriy are to lio here. West
Point Cor. I'JiiladeU'ina limes.
Ileal Estate lisirgsiiiis
KXA.MINK ori! I.IsT.
A Frleiillfio i:.d;iiiiitioii of the lrlj;In of
SutidspoiitM, Wateiiout and Tornadoes.
LiisUMtrouH I'.lTi-iU-Some Milder I'oi ms.
Tlio I'oelic Side.
Our earth only receives a small fractional
part of tho sun's heat; but, whatever that
luav he in tho year, moro t.r less than the
average, the entire surface of our earth inii: t
fe6l and bo subject to tho effects. And i.uo
thing is certain namely, that a year or
series of year.-, of excessive, sun heat will in
evitably bo years and seasons of excessive
atmospheric disturbances, lecauso mcreaso
of heat will produce excess of evaporation,
oxi -ess of electric action, and, necessarily, t-x-
essive precipitation; and, during it preva
lence of this excess of sun heat, there must
bo over limited areas violent storms both
summer and winter.
W ATKltsI-oCTS AND TORNADOES.
When very large areas of the ::! nu 'i- re
have been, l.y :; -. '.' .:. :.t, S.r....giii i.il'.i.ii
unequal state, as large areas of lowt-r otra
tum of highly heated air and vapor, which is
also intensely elect rk", the conditions to pro
dueo sandspouts, waterspouts and tornailoes
atu fully ripe, Tho up;er anil colder layer
of tho atmospliero cannot cool the lo-.ver
highly heated and vapor laden stratum so
evenly and quickly as to prevent vents iu
tho form of funnels forming from tho lower
stratum to the higher stratum, und causing
a rupture which takes place upward in a piie
form, just as water in a tank or basin, hav
ing a bottom menus for discharge by n pipe
Hows out with a whirling motion in our
northern hemisphere always in the direction
of tho hands of u clock, and so tho heated,
highly electric and excessively vapor lade",
utmosphcro breaks into the co'd :ivu,o.sphere
above when at tho V.V, ct the "dew point,"
invisible Yap.r iiccomcs visible, parting with
ius latent heat, which so rarefies the air as to
force some of the condensed at .mosphcre i:i
visible cloud, mounting thousands r.f tVet
above tho condensing dew; jv-oit and into a
region alovc tV.y iogiiest peaks of the highest
To feed this pipe, or, as in some causes,
pipes, tho lower stratum flows fivni all
sides to rotate and ase-.n-., with the iidenso
velocity of iinm jrfiwer, suflieieut to pro
duce ail tho disastrous effects of tho wildest
tornado, there being almost a vacuum at the
ground, or water line, as tho phenomenon
may be on the land or over the sea. On tho
land trees aro tw isted and uprooted, houses
aro unroofed, solids of various kinds !. a
lifted from tlie earth, and heinje. ieiijgs
have been b'O'VV. ;.wiy lika dead loaves.
Th.--io aie, also, iiVj'oi-'ds of railway wagons
having been blown olf tho rails. In diwcrtc
entire earavuus have been b;y. icd beneath ix
mountain of bU'W". oaud caioel.?, Lo;-st-s Riuj
,y.jn; whiiu in Kgypt theiv ore Vh Vidnn of
r .lies, massive temples, c.r-u nioiolulents deen
v Miinnier Sin-ii-iry loii.lc. buried in the ad i .iei.iii K-sei t sand. At sea
For the benerd of piuniner bcuirdcrs I mr.nv t-ood ship, caught bv a tornado, hai
voul'i suiriris 't that the followin'T points been overwhelmed and sent to the bottom
K.i:cu!d be noted arf a git i Jo to tho health- whole.
itilm-rs of a fciven bouse or locality: some milder torms.
Aro there wells and cesspools in pQ- ' There are milder forms of tho storm effect,
rotis il nearer than 200 feet o? each I producing on a warm summer day tb c-vv-i -olju.,.o
lus clouds. Here the lo'.v.-i-Ltatuic, oJ iavm
' It tVn -of..r snm.lv is from .1 Ktrcr.m air is ob-o !l??-:.uS ;nWirana rJsins ypward
or r-ond. take p. stvv.i tc .iv 8vnicc .-and
- CoNslsTINt; OK
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
10 lots in Townsciid's addition.
Lot 10 bhick i:is, lot ." block KM.
Lot 1 block lot block !o.
Lot 1 I, block 111, lot :-, block 01.
I.OTs ', lilIM; AM IIAVs' Al.l.l l ION.
Lots ill Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's aib.lUi.':i.
Improvcil p.) rty of all dcsci iptioi.s
and iu all j;arts of t' city on easy terms.
A new and ifestrable residence in
South I'iiik, can be bought on monthly
1'cfoie purchasing i lsew litre, call and
sec if we cannot suit von bitter.
I'l eHeival Ion o( natural leelh a tq rclalty.
I'titlt tjlincl"! irillnmt mill hi iim nf Jjititjhliiy
All work warranted. I 'rices reasonable.
Fi r.: Kit A I o's 111. i f I'i.a irsMoii in. NKlt
DUS. CAVE & SMITH,
"jPainloGG 2D c it i is Is."
ll-eoiilv Hcnti-I- ill the West e .1. 1 lei ili lid
New S em el i:i i ai l nu: :i lei I ilium 'I eel II
withi'id I'ain: ion ;n,ae-1 ln-i u- is en
tirely lice I li. in
( IILOKOI OHM OK ET1IEU
ami is ai;-ui r i ki.v
Harmless - To - All
Teeth extraeteil ami aililieial leith inserted
li'- t da II 1 1 est 1 1 i! I lie . est i vat ion ill I he
I'll! Ill al I eel Ii a special! y.
GULD CROWNS. GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
Tin very finrM. OIVh-c hi I " i! ion :imv or
AVrni. Ilerold & Son
Dry Goods. Holioas Eocls and SLocs
or bad ies and (bills
FUJMSIIIN(J - coons.
lb- keeps as large and as well
Ah can he leu i.l any place in t lie city nti.l fiiaK
yon prices ilial l. ly iiii.p; ;n ion.
Harper"!! B'i!af Patterns tiiil Ball's Corset?.
.t .s tiatau ;o coiitAUinat on iy cat-
, i . i ' . . ;
will aii.ingeil one, t lie ;r omer agencies.
It the water r nuik f ird?-i an foor
after bt:;pdi:if: (vt- voine time-, it should
Ikj viewed with suspicion, and to test the
wiitcr put a sixx.niul of sugar in a tum
bler which keep covered in a warm place,
and if it becomes turbid it is to lo viewed
Uneutli each cloud, condensing at tho dew
point, parting with latent herd, producing
inodilied steam power, and so causing these
cummer clouds to enlarge upward, bulgeand
mount in sunshine- like illuminated woolpack
mountains, but when seen in an evening
western sky about sundow n they take fantas
tic forms, so aptly described by Shakespeare,
Cloud scenery is the poet's 0 ;.:tmh,,iu, ,'uOj
is by some writers I'-.-.t Uut-tadJ' an-i t.ean-
with fcus)icion. So also u cilhei- tha ;:rliy utscrit-l. As a i mo pjunters io noi
fotxl or water i-aviscs d'nviiuo-u. j pay 'ia much attention to clouds as tho pt's
U cut houses are toA and neglected, i lo. At all events, they do not rei'ie.-ont
thch Other and losa Vteiblo parts "of tho them as uuthiully as the poet's describe
building may be ass.imed loo bad. them. There are of course , excep .mis, but
Never w.-v Wt In dark, damp or musty m uio im ,aoe,.. '""-'"" - - Vr :
refill. Don't occupy a ground boor if
avoidable or a house without a cellar,
cstKt-iallv if the latter ii datnt. or wet.
If slops or refuse are thrown on tho
ground near a he-us iVey will breed dts-
m f .--- -- grounu near a neiise, t;e ii'r.uuy.-'-
1 I n I of the men arrested are John Hrom-k. ! c-nsc. Too inacll sbddVi U.d,'a"n'd whe'yo
PfAl ifrark C'ii.ik-;: aid Fr ink .iei:o-,va. all j cVergieeiis and other shimbbciy grow so
ii 1 ll 1 M I 7 ' " ' ' . ,' ; '' i ; . . bin, i low as to rot and foster damn, bewaro.
UIU.UUII honcmians. 1 lie st named is a cabnn t 0tll0u should bavo a supply of
i: tire'.s.';!t tl.o
tried i tiro-ttielcd cHnjruiio.--:
A Ik .lu:;i.
..:iini-r--l.il liii.m Knl.ina.
........ i : ..
.ss. : fl ui-r'aiiam-ip.o.i.
maker by hade, who lives en i-arrcl
stitct. Chebowa is a tailor, and is the
informer who told tha story of the dot
to a liohemion. who in turn told it to
Inspector llontiebl about ten day- ago.
i. s;ei-i:'.s f;jii ii.e c:-.cci.tioa of bc anar
chists a moyenlciU was started among
tip-it followers in Chicago to do business1
id the obi stac.l U cor LuU-tl that
A-.-ui- j ' ..r.f.nlcil were to have no
i :ii I i Ki""!" " 1 '
than three ni'.-mln is with each ot
there are many square feet of canvas paint- u
on which the portion intended to mean sky
and cloud I .cars no resemblance to enyil.;"-T
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
."".acres of ground adjoining Si nth
2 acres of ground n',1,j..i..)g M'uth
ii aires of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Sc J sit.
14, T. 10, lb 12, Cass county, price L
800, if sold soon.
Iiw i sec 8, T-. ti- H, Cass Co.,
price -f .oc.i.
A valuable improved stock frani in
Merrick Co., Neb.. 100 acres and on
Windham & Davies.f
-Ts-i rriTTT f- S I . I -IV a m-Tv-T"
JN Cl VV 1VJ LljlN
We have our liou.ve liileil with
A FINK QUALITY OK ICE,
Ami are n ' ai'ed I o i!eli '. er il ilaily to our cus
li i in any .pnnil it y ilc -at d.
ALL 0HDEKS PE0MFTLY FILLED,.
e ill lie. v. it ,i -
Ai slore on v.'tii tre,t. We make a Spec
CUTTIISi G, PClCHsTG
And loading Cars. I"..r t i ins see us or
If. C. MfMAKIN &.
Tolfcp'iouc "72, - - I'lutt&MioutH,
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main Si., Over Mergi V Mice Store.
ever seen in nat -,. l'vij unui oii.-i
4' -.nctcoi olog as a-sufeon slndies nnat
. Clouds lue furnu ns dofiuito as a
Clouds are not masses of unmeaning vapor,
but form and lloat obedient to law; and, if
the painter has not studied and learned this
if. 1 ...f . i I ... :.. V .4 1 l-, iic i I..... 1. .L.rw.f r.lr.itil i., tl.r.i? il'I.A
bllieil Cai 111 IU l!I.U III ilt I1IUI ..u cj ..w iu, 11-3 e.iini'JU u.'..-. ....v... ... v.
(n nbsf.rb moist'ire and bo free from forms. On a warm summer's day small
odors. Distrust countrv plumbing of all cumulus clouds may bo . :n fornan, at the
kinds; "the trail of tho borpent is over dew pint line o? elevaiiou; 'in each easo tbe
,, base Ot tlio ciomi is ie ei in. uu aseei uuiiiiiuo
' Wive it there are inauy pale, tiiin, f" V-'Z
dyspeptic and worn out . looking women j Vnll
,111a cnuarcii 111 1110 neigoov-i uuuu, o.., . 13..,;
you will have t: fair iudyx to lis j "
n it n h HTfiTi
H U ul.K
JU 5.11118 UJJ
Frank! in - I'hii.nh-li'iiia,
llol.ie-XeW V ik.
Ins. V . of v,i:-:li Atneii.-i. I'h-l. "
l.iverp i il.-tl.-ia l !i & ;iote-Km;
N .rth British M-re intile-Kii ; "
1 . n.h I .....l S-. lai d. '
tV'-1-'"' t- Ar -!--i''o:!.-;.i, .'
social topics for women, is coming
America to wklun Lor Ei'here of oUerva-lion.
4.U5.".Ti i more
".iiT.toi; j tR1 three incnibers well acquainted with
V i-i' r' i th'- oth-'is who composed the group when
'..',.'..'-,1 i forme. 1. and it was thought that ".siitieal-
I4- h, ,1k. ij .ir f,,.gT? oM , J&S'U, S
U'foiu : "lost r.rb 'bhe ll.ree pi'U arrest- ,lai.lty erfUmy little n
bcaitl.iuliics. Chavk-5 Wingnto m
.irua. i..,a... .f t.',....-..... .V.1i.-rlifs!
said a bon" vivant, "if you have never tasted
the Qesh of a shark or reveled in devil fish
mi t- i r.l,r.1 1 ,n-iti.i- f,n stew. All tf.sh aro edible, but some are, by
Tbe Duchess o,. Kutland, a liter on , :.,.,: ,i:,wi i, ,.r,(ir for
tUO taoie. C.O wuuu-.ea.u taii
toad -Vh2 The apix-ar..nce'of ' tbe crcatuio.
lith Its' hideous head and brown spotted
Total -ls. is, ii2.ll-1.ii 1 j,.imi
i t nj.atiou t)f blowing up residences until
Losses Adjusts ana Paii at v1 1,st rm:r T :;ms5;!m;a
lUUV liru wnu.ii ...w... - 1
j r.o ctiy woirn haying is that of a i siJ0s, is sutlieieiiv to tako away any man s
iioc-sn t give- it, ; appetite; yet the Ush, is tender ana palatable,
keeps its sweet, ' v hen fried it tastes verv much like flounder.
mftiiih. shaped 'like shark aro also excellent eating. They aro
I ...... I .. .. . , - c , . 11
. . . ., ...... ...,l ... tl... I O ir it-nit Oirt VOll ff. 01SHl-ei- IUSL ltO ! . .l...tt i 111 I ... t inW W.'lTPrS. :i Itll 11. OCOOIO UUUlU
Ci' loilaV Coriailiiiie ;i ui Mp, ...o. u;i iv j -- - - - , , . 7 - , t , ,
rf these was left the t)c.lsa:it OC-! . . . . i... fi.:i.i..... t , ii. i .-1.
lias the best and most complete stock
ofsamphs. both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of .Missouri
liver. Nob-these prices: Ibi.-iness suifM.
from 10 to dr:-s si::ts. 2"i to $-15,
pants s. J;: tA) and upwards.
"VViii gtiaiiiidcdl a lit.
Prices Defy Competition.
I. E- robbins7artist
INS'l I.L'("l lj. J 1 V r'.S IN
FINE OIL PAINTINC
WATEIl COLORS. ETC.
Abb i.ovkks ( AKT ai:k invitui
T.) CAI.b AM
STUDIO OVER OLIVEFi ik RAMSfi
WHEN YOU WANT
whiskv thev're apt to be smoky. Children j SOnie and agreeablo to the palato an excel-
kisses arc inclined to cover one's entire face; j lent fish would bo sold in the market at a
but a baby simply erists and lets you tako a. j remarkably low price,
mouthful of tho breath of -Arab;.-. Men bav t "tsh.ai'1; Hi-sh is tfixii and in tusi,a bardiy
nn that their kisses aro appreciated-- I ii-iii..ii.habl6 from redflsh." " A delicious
have had no lYgnlar meeting place, but , tc nre most immensely eiNUtkei.. Tno av- gOUp call made from the fins. Tho meat
usu dlv meet as f.i-n'ds, and over a glacs ; esuyi man fei-u kiss yrt as no tarows n is best when boile-l ov fnixl .n on. meueu.
usu.iiiy no-' . - ! l.wb-ilt vith too lmicli ioivo. It ought to fish, or eiant squid, sometimes seen on this
j of ee; cjn.-or jeij ii.cir jdooilj s,r.cmci. ( jjcito 03 a r.oseloaL Ahr.ost a mem- j coast, is the same creature of which Victor
' It w-isa"iet'ri that Miiiinell house snoui.i Qry in a second- it new nc .vir-- , Hugo wrote m nis novel, rue ioners 01
' ' a r ..,1 i l.n. U-.rv nevt and ! agofctaail-i nor a porous piaster. Dolly, I . tho Sea. it is known to scientists as the
go up first, and Judirt O-rj s mxr, uu , i & bQok ojj kUsing;bufc octopu& In appearance it is a horrible mon-
that last Saturdav night was the time set , m....i;.j s determ.'nod that 1 don't think stcr. with a hugo head and body furnished
I f,. rom iier nut the ulut. The inspector i Se'J take any advico n tae suDject, ana yet, witu Sllae bUo feelers, which sometia
i , " , , 1 t v , ilt csitis the woman who receive the kjsse?, j Crow to be thirty feet in bngth, and ore
just how had no
uu. On Jul v I
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phu nix, Hartford or .Ltna com
panies, about which there is no miedion j
as to their bih. ..andig and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous cue from tornadoes 1 ivl wind
storms. This is fore-shadowed by the
number of storms we haye already bad
the most destructive Oi'C. so Jar this year
an tloomei 10 oil, u , certainJy ought to know moro about j pcv fvii in their grasp as the grip of a Sixth
jt been fully decided np- ; tvem than tho great, big, f.tupiJ er-oatioiM ' ,-d-d xofitieian on election. -Jjoodlo.' 0
Hornck examined the! who gis hn.i.-r"Ki i0 Yo?k'Star- i ''Vou do not mean to tell me," queried the
' " ' ... -: ' -i ' ...Vtor. '.fnntiliH fl.s-li(j such a creature is
,i .i :7. of Voilge
rinncil v.uii a wic. . .. ... ... I ., , .'
n rS mi" -j ' ' ;: r- T: . . . .- i ' Oiacst snots in mo i eqipie;
Su, i lb tile habits iis pc.qpains. hiicn lie; jn the Ei-itish Museum, in Ixmdan, cara- . "It U simply delicious when properly pre-
eooltcd t.i iii- coic.radis that night tlie fHp,y gnapaeiim a ass enay, me w paieu. uMiu.-tU1 . . -
..poiiiii i,. hi. v . ,s li". Is i,.-.., in rha world, Thev are sandals stewed with herbs. It becomes then a jelly
It V of the op; t,cc Levari to ibiun - r,eitt E 'votian tombs. 1 bke substar.ee of delicate Uavor that melts
cor, lith aw..l Oranitc Utrce,'-,
UOiltrtlCCOr Un( IjUUwC upon Chebowa, who tbiillv made up his Tho soie3 are made of palm leaves, anil they ; in the mouth. I regard tho flesh of n dyU
Si-pt.12-r.nl. j m5n,i tl) Usk a 1 . b ud for ad vice. The : are provided with b.ls made of the stem, fish as a delicacy. There U uotuor secies
1 lnin.i io u. iv i L. ;.. ciiv ujnf vpi't . r.f Uv ui,ii i rewmbles a skate cr rav
; of papyrus. a.-w - - l"". " t, i.vitn
rrtd at 3lt. Vernon, IU.,
w here a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in IfSS.
Call at our office and secure a Tor
I'nbio.i-oveil binds for sale or ex
Job work done on short notice at
the Hkkald o:hce.
bitter hurried to the police department
and told his story.
i tall reed which frows'oa marshy river banks tish. The largest of them weigh from 100 to
I Swam count. U -Chicago Urd,. ' tOO pounds. It is cxcelkat eatuur.--Oalv.-s-
C3-. 35, KEMPSTER,
Practical Pisna and Oriau Tuner
First-class work guarai.ti ed. Alr o deal-
. ... ... ..a- 4. at . I.
r in 1'ianos ami iiigans. iiiiccai ii
furniture store, Plaitsmouth, Nebraska.
J. C, SO CUE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; yy-t IT ft h Street.
North Robert Sherwootoie.
It. B. W 1NI.1IAM, John A. Iiaviks.
Notary I'ul.lie. Notary luhhe.
Attorneys - at - Iav.
(K:t r over bi i.k I ( a 'ounty.
Pi.AT-:sMon-n, - - Ni;r-i'.ASKA.
N ,st J.I.I AN. Attorney at law. Will
. give prompt rfltei.tif. i. ! i-.'l t i.-h e In
trusted to him. Ofiice iu L u:on block, Kast
itlc. riattsmoiith. th.
Fire Insurance v.rittn in tho
Etna. Phoenix and Hartford by
' Windham Sl Davies.
P. &. ffl. Time Table.
No, 'i - 1 p. ui.
No. 4.-1(1 a. in.
No. ') 7 l- I".
No. f.-Ai ;. in.
No. in. ! :l" a. in.
No. 1. 4 a la.
No, :1i p, in.
No. .'. --! a. :n.
No. T.--T :" p. in.
No. !.-- ii :1T l. in.
V'.l trail run dallv hv v. avi.f Otnidia. except
. Tan.! x which run to and from .Tinnier
I daily fxci t Sunday.
No 10 is a i-tnti to raeific Junction at30.a.m.
No ! is a stub froia Pacific Junction at tl a.iu.
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