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PL,ATTS3IOUTir, NEBRASKA, Fill AY KVFXING, .JULY a 7, 188S.
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I'.oaid Tub. Works
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lTnity lrturer, - - Thh. Poi.i.ot k
Clrrk - - - BIKI ClMT'HHKI.a
lepuiy Clerk. - fcACm-HMKi;u
l'uiiiv Recorder - JotlJf M. Lkvia
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A. It. Dickson,
i'4S liUK'.K No. H.J. 1. O. O. K.-Meet
l-'everv Tuesday evening of each week. All
transient brothers are reepectfully Invited to
OLATTMOUTII ENCAMPMENT No 3. I. O.
-I- O K.. meet every alternate I-riday In
oiiPh inontll In tlie Maonlc Hull. i.sitins
protlieoiaie invited to attend-
mum LOIX.K NO. $1.
A. O. U. W. Meets
eyery alternate Friday evening at K. of P.
bhll. Transient brother are rctpmiuny iu
vitedtoittt.tiid. K.J. Morgan. Master Workman ;
K. S. RarHtow. Foruman Frank Rrown. Over
seer : I. Rouen, Ouide ; iuigo llouswortli.
HwrtUTi II. ,). Johiuon. inancitr ; w :;u
K:um., li .Mver M. Mayuriulti. run m
Jack Iaiifc-herty, Inside Guard.
ilAS-i CAMP NO. 332. MODKUN WOODMKN
' of Vmerlea Meets seco"d and fourth Mon
day eveuini? at K. of P. hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with uk. I. A.
Nwe.o ner. Venerable. tN.nsul : G. F, Nile.
Worthy Adviser; S. C. Wilde. Hanker; W. A.
7)1 ATTSMOUTIi LODGE NO. 8. A.O. U. W.
Mjil every alternate Friday evening at
J". cli.'od lialiat K oVlocK. All transient brotn
.; t're rcspecifully invited to attend. I.
t.sifi'n. M. W. ; F. Hoyd. Foreman: S. C.
Wi.de. Uocordoi-; Leonard Ander.sou. Overseer.
111. TrSMOUTH LOUISE SO. B. A. F. & A.M.
5 Meeis on the lir-t and lliird Mondays of
each month at their hail. Aif tr.iiisiebt broth
,p. W cordially invited to - M
V. M. Havm. Seeretary.
VKItliAsKA CIIAI-I'KIL NO. 3. K. A. M.
Meets seeond and fourth TuesUay of earn
month at Mai-on' Hall. TranseU-nt brothers
are invited to meet with us.
F. E. WHITK, II. P.
Wm. Hays. Secretary.
Mr. y.lON COMMANDAUY, NO. 5. K. T.
Meet first and third Wednesday ni-ht of
em h month at M:uso .'s hail. Visiiinu brothem
j,f- eordiaily invited tu meet ivlili int.
f : HAj., li:.e.- - F. K. Whiti- E. C.
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MoCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
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M A I. ON 1)1 XOV
ClI KLK-S FOKl
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...Senior Vice "
, Oliicerof thu iay.
..yuarter Master sserjjt.
J.. V. U'. KTIS.
.. l osi Luapiaiu
-y s.,ihU -..ii..day evtn:n
tLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
iTi'-ldent Kobt. It Windham
Jt V iJe President A. ). Todd
2nd Vice President Win Neville
tfeer.'tary F. Ilerrmaiin
Treasurer F. it. Ouihmau
.1. ('. lCichev. 1. E. White. J C. Tatterson,
J. A. ro-iner, IS. Elson, C. W. Sherman, F. Sor
d r. J. V. eckbaoh.
tried an l fire-tested companies:
Amnrlean Ceatral-S'. Louis, Assets Si.258.loo
c;t.;inciv:iul liuion-EngUnd. "
Home-Ne w York. "
Irs. Co, of Xorth America. Phil. "
i if PrpooliLfiiidoii & Globe-Eiii "
Iurth British & MeKiaritilo-En
Aor-vich Union-England. "
Sprn ;Ue! l F. & M.-S:ring3eld,
Total Assets. ?42.1t5,774
Lwu Afljaslcl sni PaiiatffisA&Bty
WHEN YOU WANT
Ha. . laarson,
Cor. 12tli ami Granite Streets.
.tractor and Builder
Fighting for Wrfisky with Winches
Louisvii.i.f.. Kr June 23. A letter
wan received ly Marshal dross this morn
ing from one of his deputies, stutioned at
llarian Court House. Tlie letter shows
thst a most alarming feud exists there.
The date of the letter ii July 22. It runs
" Wc are having a state of warfare in
llarlin County at this time between the
whisky men and the citizens. The whis
ky men arc determined tu sell at all huz
zards. Our county judge done all he could
t stop it, but could not do so until he had
taken the 'blind tigers' by force of arms.
In this way he captured and poured out
all the whisky. Then the whisky men
left town and got tli2ir friends assaulted
the town and a battle was fought which
resulted in the wounding of J. S. Rayley
and William Mappins, of the citizens
side, and William C. Polin ami Joseph
Ulair, of the whisky men. This was on
the 2 1st inst. The whisky men were dis-
lodoed after a heavy battle; then they
went out and got their friends and Wil
liam Howard who waylaid and killed
three men in thi. vicinity two years ago.
They crept before day this morning into
the bushes and began firing on the town
with Winchesters. Again, a terrible bat-
te occurred which resulted in the
founding of .Jake Howard, pne of the
whisky men. The county judge, with
about 100 men, armed with Winchesters,
pepupy the court house, and v.il hold it
or die. We are expecting another battle,
a? the whisk' men are scouring the coun
try in all directions getting men and
Beginning the Second Week.
Johnstown, Neb., July 20. Early '1''3
morning the work of rescuing Anderson
was resumed. The mcii worked as rapid-
y as the circumstances would permit in
removing the dirt from above him. This
jad be done wjth the utmost caution.
as the displacement of one board or the
giving way of any part of the earth in
wlrch the curbing rests is liable tQ catse
the whole structure to collapse and pre
cipitate Anderson to the bottom, a hun
dred feet below. About all that is cov
ering him now are the boards of the old
curbing, that have formed in.tq something
(if a roof and to get tp him a hole must
ue cut tnrougu this. It will be a very
dangerous task, as the curbing and a
large rjuaiHUy uf tnd ire resting on
these boards. n effort was made to saw
he boards, but after cutting one board
the curbing sauk a few hicb.es Cou"
sideihAble saod caved in. Anderson ask
ed for tools and material and has been
working most of the day as much a3his
strength would permit making the
curbing from Irs platform and bracing
the roof. Food nn wajer ha hem giv
en htm regularly and he is much ttroncer
today. Work has ben suspenl-.-d until
daylight, when the boards 7,'ill be cut
again, and if Anderson's curbing and
bracing stand the test his chances are
good of getting out alive.
a no -toarKeepcT'a Gratitude.
'That dog. sir,"- said the baflpeper, with
etnotjon, ''saved my life."
I'Vou ' remember when Grizzly reto and
Montana Jim had that little scrap last sum
tiVeli, I was standing rignt behind this
counter. The dog bit me 011 the leg, I stooped
down to paralyze him, and a bullet from
Pete's pistol broke the mirror right behind
where I had stood. If J bad bc,Ji standing
up at the time it would iiavo gone through
me.". " ' ' ; "
''It, was a lucky bite."
"That's what it was. I can feel it now,
though, every time it's going to rain, and) it's
going to rain in Jess than tynty-four hours,
darn him !" said the barkeeper; with sudden
indignation, as' ha kicked the animal clear
op over the bar. Chicago Tribune.
Liuly lllders in Hoiulurao.
In Honduras every lady has her own sad
dle) mid?. (3be rides with grace and ease
acquired by constant practice from early
childhood. She sits on the right side of the
mule tho Central American do saddle be
ing constructed the opposite tQ those used in
the Cnited States. The right foot ij placed
in tho stirrup and a tiny but effective silver
spur is worn on the beeL The right hand
li'jldj the LriJi'j and the loft usually carries
a sun umbrella, A w hip is seldom needed
with the spur, although a few ladies who
have been in New York Lav o adopted the
whip and discarded tho umbrella. A wide
brimmed hat is indispensable, and tho riding
habit is of gray linen or some small check
fanej- in eottoruCor. Home Journal
Advertising for a 'Wife.
A Berlin merchant who advertised for a
wife lately received 277 answers. Of thesa
87 were widows, varying in age from 25 tq
52; 4-3 of them had no children, and 21 pos
sessed fortunes entirely under their own con
trol of from 5500 to $20,000. Four ladies
who had been separated from their husband,
also wrote to express a desire to try their
luck at marriage for a second time one of
them for a third time. Of the remaining 1SQ
only 2 gave their age as over 30; IS of them
professed to be just turned 10L Seventy-one
photographs were inclosed, and St of them
ore said to represent remarkably pretty gil ls.
Clucazo Herald, .
A RUSSIAN WRITER
LIFE AT HOME.
A Seuil-Uarbaroua State of Society In
eimlbilitj to Shamo m National Clisir
acteriBtio Collecting the Til lion A S.td
Spectacle of Social Degradation.
The futher of Alexander Verestehagin
author of "At llomc ami In War," was oae
of tlio landed gentty, owning some 500 serfs
and lived in much the sumo patriarchal st3 le
as clni the southern planter of our own conn
try in ante-belium days. Only the relation
between the Russian gentleman and his seifs
was closer, beiiss nioio natural ami lonsr
founded than that between tho planter and
tho blacks. That ho was a vietim of injustice
or that there was .-itij-thing rudieally wrong
m his condition of servitude never dawned
upou the dull consciousness of the Russian
serf. Tho master was from timo immemorial
bus dear iHJTiefaetor. his kind protector, to bo
la!iod by whom was a di.sajjrooubio disci
pline, but implied co:ide.;ce!isi"ii und carried
with it a positive le;ielit. in such u semi
barliurou.i ulato of socic-ty, having nil tho
?r:!e:ie ami cruelty feudalism without
tho poetry end Hnvulrv of tat state of ex
istence, tho brulalization f tiio lower class
ij a no-.-o-isary condition, as is n correspond
ing moral d-hasemeur, of wliat h courtesy
may bo called tho aristocracy.
lhis author does not flatter himself and
his countrymen. Ho speak.; with apparent
i::sensib:liiy to shamo. Truth ha '(.ells hero,
though trutlitclliug is not a" characteristic of
his nation. O.'d bl'xuledly ho relates how
his father, a pious man, would lio to savo a
railroad fare, and how he himself f ron child
hood upwr.rd never bHsjkted tQ draw a long
bj-.v tit the d.itation 04 hLs iutyrvstor his
vanity, l.nngim a prou-l spirited boy of
this country or Uugiuml sullying his honor
Willi a falsi hood. It is a Lasc:u'-s of which
he is im-apabla. Yet mendnelty is as inborn
in the Russian as duplicity Li tho Italian.
a::d like it is the logical conclusion of Iho so
ciological premises. Where corporal punish
ment U universally in2ictod Jyiut; 0:10 of
tho means of e-scpe; a pui.plo!:aeun enough
to be iK'atoii is lo w enough to lie.
And what a vision of castigation does this
book afford us! Tho father beats his sons 011
tho slightest occasion and with conscientious
severity; tho aid of tho cldc hrcthors- is se
cured, if required, U punish tho younger; the
serf Li beaten for laziness, drunkenness, swin
dling, and "the soldier for cowardics or dis
obedience.' What incentive to fight can ba
felt by a regiment of mq wh'UV-oiunandcr
ordera them tq lie. dqwn anc bo (logged, is
incqtnf,i-.ehf.hsibls; yet such a peene u tbd
recent Russo-Tarkish trap is ow,.ii
Vereetohaahw ' -v
The serfs, of course, are no longer serfs,
but it was not many years ago, wheq, episodes
like tho following vv-ere. of everyday occur
rence: A serf overseer conies "to pay his
tithes, and, retaining part of the money,
swears that he has given up all,
'Dear sir, have mercy!" howls the peasant,
and falls at he judge's feet "There is no
more money I'1
" You liel You liel I k.UQW you have mora
Seek and you. will find."
3y hea veils! my own father, I have none,"
cries the man, not rising, but shoving his nose
into the judge's boot
"Hey, there, policeman!" shouts the judge,
opening the door which leads upstairs.
Tho policeman makes his appearance.
"Where's the porter? Drag him up stairs!"
And he points to the overseeej, who is still
wallowing ahqat fc Lis feet
; bear sir, have mercy I A little can be
"A-a, what? Now yj.u sing another song,
you old raven p
Tho overseer. draws from his breast t rag,
knotted into a parcel, unties it, and hands
him one bank bill
"Well, this is little indeed: wbv are von
trying to imiose upon ine? You can't sing
beggar Lazarus to me. Take hiiq otf up
"Y 6?.' father, my benefactor, dear sir,
if you. were to kill mo I haven't a korek
The porter makes his appearance to assist
''Haul him up stairs, children, anJ" I'll be
there directly I" shouts the judge. They drag
the. overseer out and lead him up stairs, with
their arms under his, as though he were an
archbishop. Oa the stairs cries are long
heard: "Dear sirsl benefactors? if you were
to kill me I haven't another kopek l'
Having taken a bite and a drink, the judge
6ets' out to extract tho remainder. After a
few blows from the switches the unhappy
overseer again begins to shout; "Stay, orth
odox believers, there is a trifle more."
"Well, stop, my brave fellows. Show us
what more you haveP orders the judge.
The serf takes off his bast shoe and extracts
from it another trifle.
"What! That's nonsense Throw him
down again, children P
And they threw him down again. And
this process is repeated five or six times,
And this mode of extracting the quit rent
prevailed everywhere. All day long over
seers wero brought to the judge, and the
"Stop! my own fathers stop! there ia still
a trifle more'''
One would be disgusted if one brought
civilized standards by which to judge the
Russian character, which in manj- respects
has not y-t passed the stage of puerility.
Oao particularly noticeablo thing ia this
1hx;. is the frequency of cbullitious of anger
inttt; all classes of jcop!o. Tho father flies
into a passion at his sons, the teacher at his
schnbri, the master at his serfs, the general
it his soldiers, and these spa-sais of rage art
not thought to ba demeaning or extraordin
ary. The control of the temper is equally
liflieult to cLilreii and barbarians.
Tlio dec-it practiced by the serfs is on a
ar with their mendacity and gluttony. In
.-jading one of Mr. Augustus Hare's looks
lot long ago 020 could hardly believe what
lc su.!d of the Russian peasants that when
hey prated t'i vburcii they would actually
.og of ei:o i-niut to help them steal the gems
:';-o::i t'se status cf another, and prox-'iliate
-au cvlusiLd accomplice by promising him a
-li;:rc ia tl-.e spoils: One mot believe each
hor.erc:-, after following 3Ir. Vcrcst
caaii.'j lioo!;, ia which many such things
..ro narrated with tl:a coolness of one who is
::ot si-jirisjd at thojt, bat tuiuks that they
L-j inlxest:.'jr to the ret cf the world.
PARAGRAPHS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Brooklyn bridge haa been' opened to
me puono uve years.
Silver has turned up In South Africa
to a degree to produce a new mining
Tho Alexandra, n woman's club, is but
four years old, yet has COO rnembcas.
A peasant lias just died in Austria
Hungary who was 112 yearo of age. He
left a sou aged 115 years and a grnmLson
A Nevada ranchman shot, trapped and
poisoned 4,200 rabbits in four months,
and then Ggured 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 Anaichiots by administrative decrees.
The Russian general Suwarrow, after
the seizure and destruction of Warsaw,
cruelly butchered 30,000 Poles of all ages
and conditions in cold blood, Nov. 4.
The South American agent for some
-Airiiaio uiii!u:;;:cii;;era e-I Lai vcjuio al
Chicago lias been two years at Monte
video, and has sold mowing and reaping
machines all over the River Plata region.
Taverns may bo traced to the Thir
teenth century. According to Spclman,
"In the reign of King Edward III
only three taverns were allowed in Lon
don." Taverns were licensed in England
A West Morris bov 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 peace and ai editor, eat on the dead
body of the bird and declared it to be a
A Nureniburg inventor lias produced n.
shoe sole composed of wire et ocerlaiii
w ith a substai'pp. ;xiombiing India rub-bej-.
Vhese eolcs, which cost but half
the price of leather, liave been tested in
tlie German army and found to be twica
They are bavin" hard work findintr
fcavd pjoi foi the founelatibus of tlie new
brldgo across the Thames at Fnst. NW
London, Conn. Thcv have nut piles
down 113 feet, and have not goi to 6o'lid
earth yet. It $ t bought that' bottom
will h l-Ar.chfxl nt filv-uf 1 "ft fnt.1
A writer in IfOudoji T
se.-ialhlftfvu.no-' - suggests a
- m -non ior women wiio like
ing, but do not wish to become cither
dressmakers or 6eamstresses, and desire
to live In their own homes. It is the
overlooking and repairing of women's
w-araroues. After a chentelle had been
established it would undoubtedly bring in
very tair wages.
A firm of pyrotechnists in England
navo at their factory a riewfoundland
dog 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 his
reach he will run after the smoldering
stump as if it were a bone and trample it
out with his paws.
M. Achille Poincclct, in his lecture at
the IIn.ll of the Boulevard des Capucines
in ParU tho other day, discussed the
qualities of blondes and brunettes, the
differences in their love, their role in
private life and in history, linked with
the phdosophy of beauty, and the ques
tion, which was tho superior type of
woman, tho Parisienne or the Georgienne?
He ignored entirely the red headed girl.
Fred Marsden, the playwright, con
sulted a well known physician a few days
before Ins death a3 to the easiest and
quickest mode of suicide. The physi
cian supposed he was securing incidents
for a scene In one of his plays, and ex
plained the subject to him patiently.
Finally Mr. Marsden eaid: "I have it.
A big dose of chloral, then 6top up all
the crevices and turn on the gas,"
and this is just what he did. He offered
the physician $10 for bis advice, but it
was refused on the ground that no pro
fessional service has been rendered.
Against Food Adulteration.
A grocers' conference has been called
in the interest of purer foods. It meets
on Coney Island in July. It seems at
last that adulteration has gone so far that
the grocerymen are afraid to eat what
they sell. Besides, the better class of
retailers find it impossible to obtain hon
est articles. There will be at least five
thousand exhibitors of materials, and it
is believed the discussion will not only be
practically valuable m throwing light on
hidden ways, but that there can be
brought to bear a heavy force on manu
facturers to put more honest articles on
the market. No proposition of more im
portance will come beforo any of our
summer conventions than this of pure
food and honorable deal. Meanwhile the
Concord School of Philosophy will hold
no session; so we shall have less of Hegel
and Aristotle and more of honest ginger
and coffee and quinine which will not
be regretted. Globe-Democrat,
A Queer Thing About Owls,
A Kiiigston man has made an addition
to his collection of birds, a large owl,
lately caught at Ilurley. ''Owls are de
ceptive birds," said a citizen the other
day. "I had one, a few years ago, with
which I played a trick on the public. I
kept the owl in a cage. It was an at
traction, and many people saw it. One
day the bird died of 'cold poison and a
taxidermist stuffed it. I then put it
back on its perch hi the cage. People
who had seen the owl alive said that
they could see no difference in its ap
pearance, and they would come and ad
mire the bird just the borne. That is th
reason why I say an owl is a peculiar
bird. . Dead or alive they look about the
same. "Kingston Freeman. .
Ileal Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUR LIST.
- X isj-
21 lots- in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lot 10 block 138, lot 3 block 104.
Lot 1 block (i, lot (i block 1)3.
Lot 11, block 111, lot 8, block 01.
LOTS IN YOUNG AM) HAYS ADDITION.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's ;v,Uii tu .
Imp.ovei't property of all descriptions
and iu all parts of the city on easy terms.
A new and desirable residcaoe iu
South Park, can b,a boaght on monthly
Bclore purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if we cannot syi you better.
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining Scull.
2 acres of ground adjoining South
11 acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se sec,
14, T. 10, Ii. 12, Cass county, price f 1,-
800, if sold soon.
nwisec. 8, T. 12, P. 10, Caps Co.,
A valuable improyed stock from in
Merrick Co., Neb., 1C0 acres and on
Windham & Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phcenix, Hartford or A"tna com
panies, about which there is no question
as to their high standing aud fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous cne from tornadoes and wind
storms. This is fore-shadowed by the
number of storms we haye already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at 31 1. Vernon, 111.,
where a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1888.
Call at our office anel secure a Tor
Unimproved -lands for sale or ex
Dr. C- A, Marshall.
fx st.??: 'h"r
Preservation of natiirul teeth a prcialty.
I'ttth extruded without jm lit l-y uc of Lauyhliig
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlTZOKItAMl'S HlN-K PLATI-HMOUTIf. NCI!
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
TT-e only Dent into in the West eontidliiiff tM
rew System of Kxtinct ititf hihI Filling J eel Ii
Mm.. in j .tin . mir :niaM iicuc u en
tirely free from
CI I L.O I CO FO 1 S 31 0 K FT JIFK
AND IS AJHOIX'TKKY
Harmless - To - All,
Teeth extracted and Hitilllnl teeth Inserted
next day If desired. Tlie preset VMIioiiV'nii
natural teeth a specially.
GOLD CROVNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very II nest, oniee in I nion l:i,k over
The Citizei j;,i,k,
Win. Ilcrohl & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Boats m siloes
or Lad it J and Gent
He keeps as large and as well
Ai can e found any plaee In tlieelty and make.
Haiw's Bazar Pciicrns and Ball's Corsets.
Watchos ! Watclios I
H. M. GAULT
lias moved and is now in the Shorwooa
room, Cor. 5th and Main Sts., where
he is better able to fchow his
Large Stock of Watches,
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY !
Than ever before, nnd will as an induce
ment sell you Watches way down. Cull
and get the Special Prices in Gold Watch
es; it yill surprise you. A Full Line of
the best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be given Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satis
faction. C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Maia St., Over Merits' Slice Store.
Has the best and most complete 6tock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came w tf-.t of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from 1( to $.'55, dress suit, $25 to $45,
pants 4, $5, $c,, pi.10 and upwards.
Hs'Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competilion.
J. E. ROBBINS, ARTIST,
INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN.
FINE OIL PAINTING
WATER COLORS, ETC.
ALL LOVERS O? AKT AltE INVITED)
TO CALL ANJ
EXZ.HsTE IMIY WORK
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & RAMSE
G. B. KEMPSTER,
Practical Piano and Organ Tuner
AND RKI'AI It IU
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at Boeek's
furniture store, Phittsmouth, Nebraska.
K. IJ. Windham, John a. Daviks,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - Law.
Ofllee over Hank of Car County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
J. C, BOONE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work firfct-class; west Fifth Strett.
North Robert Sherwood's Stcre.
Job work done on short notice at
he Herald oflice.
B. & M. Time Table.
Go I NO FAS',
No, 2. t :sr p. tu.
No. 4. 10 a. 111,
No. 7 :i:i p. in.
No. 8. i) a. m.
No. 10. 9 M to. w.
No. 1. 4 :."! a. 111.
No, 3. (J :4(l , III.
No. !V 9 ::- a. in.
No. 7.--T :45 i. 111.
No. 9. --6 :17 p. m.
All trains run daily lv wavcf O'nitha. rxcetit
No. 7 and H which run to and from hcliuiler
daily exct pt Sunday.
No. 30 is a t 11b to Paeifir Junction at ft 3oa.m..
No. XV Is a Mub froui Pacific Juuctiou at 11. in.
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