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PliATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, 3IONDAY EVENING, JULY HO, 1SS8.
GI'FY . OFFICIOS.
K.M. Km ii kv
W K. Fox
Jamkh Tattkhson, .ih.
liVKON (J LA It K
- A Mauoi.k
W II Mai.uk
Police .1 udn,
Alar hall, -
Councllnien, 1st ward,
t A Sai.imi-.uuv
) l M JN KH
I I) It. A WHITMAN
I M it MUltl-HV
S W DirtTON
I I'ON d'COSSOB.
I P Mi'Callkn. I'kes
I 1 il
Board rub. Work
il unity Treasurer, -Clert.
iteoordcr ol Heed
Mrk of JM-tiict Court,
Kupl. of lul). SchuoU,
County Ju'Iki. -
U. A. t'AMi-Kur.L.
w. ii. root
John M. I.kvua
W. C. SHOWAI.TKIC
A. M AlXlLK
A I.LKS ItKKHON
f.oAKIj OV rlr BKVISORS.
. Tono. Ch'ia.. - - riattsiiinuin
Lot: is Foi.T.,
A. 15. Dl' KHOX,
ClASS LODCK No. Il'J. 1. O. O. K. -Meets
'every Tnc-day evening f each week. All
transient brothers are reHpectlul!" invited tc
Ciiii : : ' -
k LaVT MOUTH KNCAMPMEST No. 3. 1. O.
4 (I. F.. iiiecis every alternate, 1-riday III
VJLch nonlh ill llie ' MiiMimic Hull. Visiting
lUutlipM are iuvUad to iiteid.
rrililO LOIMilC NO. til. A. O. U. W. Meets
every alteniat Friday eveulnu at K. of I.
Hll. Transleut brother art respectfully tu-
vited toattend. K.J. Morgan. Master Workman ;
K. S. It:iritow, Foreman ; Frank lirovn. Over-
rhi-r; I. Ilowen, 'iuide ; Uemne Houewortli.
Recorder; 11. J. Johnson. Financier; Wa-li.
Minltli, Ueoeiver ; M. Maylr'.Klit. i'aft M. W. ;
JucK lu:"4erty, Insioe liii.-ird,
l,HS CAS.P NO. MOuKKN WOODMEN
( Ainfrte Meets second and fourth Mou
4:iV Pveuini? at K. or 1. hall. All transient
l.rJthers ave requested to meet with u. b. A.
Vwpo ner, Venerable Consul;. K, Mlef,
Vo,'iiiy AdviKi-r ; S. V, WiMe, Hanker j W. A.
!":, C'lciii. ' "
lLi"i rsiiOJTH LOliiiB 8. A. . L. W .
I- Me't every alternate Friday evening at
J'fjo wood l,a!l at 8 o'tloCK. All transient broth-rtr-
reuivtfilv invited to aftend. J-. h.
i..irrn,. 4. v . i v. 4:.y i. l-j.i't.iiiu ; . U
WiiVe. huoorder ; Leonard Anderoii, Overseer.
In.ATrsMoUTH i.oix; e no. . a. f. & a. m.
Mre"ts on the r-t stud lliirrt Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
ers are cordially in ited to meet with us.
J. O. UICHKV, W. M.
W m. Hath. Secretary. .
TJz' 'I 'S'A CITAl'TEIt. NO. , U. A. M.
W H1 sonn and l-mVli T.e.,jy oi each
;,u.ti;h "it irasoa - Hnn. -TraiiJltwt brothers
i im'teu t meet ;. '
Wsi. IIays, Secretary. .
lfT. ZION COMMA l)Al!Y, NO. 5 K. T
M Meets Hrst and tliird Wednesday night of
each montli at M:sw .'s hall. Visiting bl)lllerH
are conliiilly invited to meet '.villi us.
VM. 11as. Kec. F. K. Wiil i K. E. O.
' S3 1 O" NCI L NO. tVl. F.OVA 1. 1CAN L" M
VJ is. et" th.; second and fourth Mondays of
i ath ihouth xit Arcanum Hall.
' I!. N. liLF.sx, Kegeut.
p, C. M.o:. beeretary.
MOCONIHIE PG5T 4S G. A. K-
J. W. .ToiinsoV
0. S. T.vtss
F. a. Hat its
M ALUS IUXO.V
I'll ULKS FOKI
J ACOB liOmii.FMA.V.
oilleer of the bay.
.Quarter Master St-rgt.
J.. C. CCHTM..
'&s.ciur stu.uay evntn;;
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
lit ii-f President...
..Kobt. B Windham
..A. il. Todd
, 11. Cuiliinan
-'ml Vice President
.1 r. Pichev. F. K. White. J
J. A. '(inner, II. Klson, C.
W. Sherman, F. lior-
d r, J. - Weikbaeli.
ltepresent the following time
triJ tuul fire-tested companies:
American Central-S". Lou's, Asets
Commercial ITiiion-EoKlaiid, "
Home-New York. . "
I ns. Ca, of North America, Phil. "
IdverpoolXLoiidon & Olobe-Ena "
BrJtUU & M,rcar.t;ierEii '
,jixioh Cnlon-Englaiid. "
Bpilugtield F. 4 M. -Springfield, " -
T.dal Assets. $42,115,774
Losses A-Jjoslfti EP.il PfiiJaUWAireiicy
WHEN YOU WANT
Hor. 12th and Granite Streets .
Contractor and Builder
'pt. 12 Cm. '
NOTES AND PARAGRAPHS.
Sit of flood ICalin; CIlprxMl from
Kx change Stray Item.
New York finds that an electric plant
for the execution of dogs will cost but
A lily, jet black in color, id in bloom
at Chico, Cal. It emits a very disagree
Tw o pure white robins hare lieen taken
from the nest of an ordinary redbreast in
Galena, Ills. "
Twenty-one years faithful service en
titles a public school teacher to a pension
Tlie cyclnraina of Niagara has hail an
enormous ft-iccess in Londoti. A.s the
Engiih say, it has 'fetched" tlie town.
Tin president of the Imperial academy
at IVkin has undertaken, by command
of the cnr-Hi-or, to translate.' 'Uaml.t"
A mass t copjx-r weighing alxut
twenty tons; is been found at Copper
Palis. Mich., and is (winy cut up into
merchantable .ized chunks.
I lie latest iiwt'VT story is one 1 1 1.
.d! g(sl to
fallen near Iview. l!us-
whicli. wlun broken open, is
Klid to h
ve iK-cn iound full of small
A western man is sclIJn.
ties of nn i;.k ncl ti t,v
la r, anti-
tliv.t the writ-c-ntircly
iiik." Iim I'lx.uliai iiv is
iu in which it i- used
jK-ars altiT twelve hours.
I-'iii ir.crs .biWii ( Jiir: aie iilMint in
k( it in iiilc 'ln; days,"' wherein a con
certed eiforl will le madu ii e.xtei ndnaie
the iiiMvts that jut now are playin;
havoc with fruit and vegetables.
An experiment in tobacco growing in
now in progress i;i southern Florida i?
is said the prH''.rrt :i!i eoui in'ons',' anil
limi lln(.c- in Opa'cau bo grown nnnualhv
It is a leading crop in some sections of
At a recent meeting of
Physical awotv Hr. "Vihani
waft piesent, aiid rtatcd that,' acco'rJins
fo liisf determinations, the rate Of difTu
faion of electricity was a hundred p.r.d fi
times tis rnp?: 3 that q heat in. the esf
JNeport? received by tbp vitif-ulimal
commission show that the wino crop of
California this year will not be less than
23,000,000 gallons as against 17,000,000
last year. The outlook for raisins and
table graries is also good.
TV. r?or.a'.u C. ILxd Las collircUil Msany
J'aofs relut'ih'g o the use' of salicylifj acid
for rhcuniatisii. ' Of 72S atients ticaU.'
Wii'ii sji!ipyi:tte5i 35 were relieved of
their jiains within seven days; whereas,
of G12 patients treated by other methods,
only 140 were relieved within the same
TKc flo. Itaduon Taylor, of the In
land China mission, says: f'Afler' c-islity
years of contact with England, there are
yi.000 Christians, for w Inch we may be
thankful, and 130.000,000 oj"itun
smokers, ii.c which we liiay hang our
peads in shame. The slave trade, the
honor traffic, the licensing of iiutaoiftliiy
liiL-se weie bad euough. but the opium
curie is the sum of all villainy."
W. A. Lyman, of Mil ford, Conn., is
making the smallest jtossibie snimen
of an esigine. It will le made from a
silver iialf dollar. The boiler i to hold.
alnt f-jh$ drcps of wate.j:, but with foiif
dt-ofis the engine can le worked feveral
niinuts. When finished it is to be
placed under a glass case three-quarters
of an inch in diameter and an inch and
one-eighth in height. Some of the parts
will be so line and delicate that they
cannot be made without the use of a
A specimen of a riew campaign torch
yfhich proicisc-s to become quite jiopular
js made from a combined composition of
inflammable matter, and when lighted,
burns dry; that is to say, ji is fro from
ftitase, does not run, and gives off no
bad odor. It may be fciuek on the end
of a handle or ole, can be carried in the
pocket and is always ready for use. It
yields a large flame. It burns thirty
minutes, and three of them (with the
stick) form an outfit suitable for any
Julian Hawthorne still continues to
write on the calamities of authors and
literary people generally. In a paper
ojx literary syndicates contributed to
the currctit number of America, he
says: "The magazines are all over
stocked, and no author can live on the
royalties of his books. A syndicate
will, indeed, almost always take a short
stoiy, if it be short enough; but 'short
enough' means 1,500 & 2,000 words,
an.! what author,' who values his reputa
tion, will use up his plot at such a rapid
rate as that?'
A 'Wonderful Fire licet t p.
A eautifiil specimen of the celebrated.
West India cuculo, or fire beetle., waa
relight the other night in a door yard in
Brooklyn by a little daughter of Mr.
Stephen Avenll. It is about an inch and
a half long, and upon the thorax are two
eye like spots, resembling those of an
ordinary water beetle. "When the insect
is placed in the dark these spots Bhiny
with a greenish light, strong enough to
produce a perceptible illumination around
them. From the segments of the body
underneath the wing covers a similar
illumination is produced. The intensity
of the light is apparently under the in
sect's control. When undisturbed for
time the light gradually fades out. but if
its autennai are touched, or it is otherwise
irritated, the oval spots on its back and
its body underneath glow with surprising
splendor. So bright is the light that the
insect flitting among the trees on the
evening of its capture was at first mis
taken for ft toy fire balloon. It may
have been brought to Brooklyn in some
fruit laden schooner. New York Sun. "
DAUGHTERS OF EVE.
Queen Victoria's favorite color is blue.
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt pays her
pnysician iv,ouo a year.
Emily Faithful decries the "shabby
genteel'' idea that work is degrading for
Miss Edna Dean Proctor has given a
drinking fountain to her native town,
Henniker, N. II.
Mi.-s Apes, daughter of thr governor
cf Massifchu.--etts, is said to look wonder
fully lik the Princess of Wales.
"Jenny" is one of the baptismal names
of the new empress of Germany. That
has a pleasant, homelike sound.
The death of ex-Empress ( 'arlolta, of
Mexico, may occur at any moment in
Belgium. She is rapidly sinking and has
become entirely hclpl'-ss.
Sumo forty-tliiio descendants of IJe
becca Noiirse, "the pious uiioimf l("'.)-,,"
piciiic!:ed in her honor ;lt Dan vers Cen
ter, Mass,, the other day.
Miss Auhcs Brown Blackwell. a daugh-t-.i
'.f Ifev. Antoinette h. Brown Black
well, was awarded the highest prize in
lh; "life clans' at Cooper Union at its
late animal examination.
A M'hool of liOi!se!i".'7i'",;
stal led in 1 : t. v,.. ,- t.y the
; :as lieen
" countess of
iia.-KK-r . rom. v.n'is t:: :( receive a
practical training in domestic eeonoirsv,
marketing, cooking, nu.-:;;'?; iuel lauii
An Jltigli.-hniais thus diveiiiies Queen
Margheriia of ludy in the Pall T'lall Ga
zelle: "Her fiice is to s;rntaneoiily in
terf Ming aial vivacious that it might le
long to any hi.li born lady untrammeled
by i a:es of .-.'.ate. Her .-.milt, her lov,
her r:-a;ly words aie thi i"-r..?-;14 0f
royal air , ; ,1. ijM.yr llie 'un
lcai i:c-(l perlcct ion of a royal nature."
The Journal du Havre has found the
arte de naisrance of Sarah Bernhardt.
born ia KM-
j ( vi e.
? t..u.gI:i;.-Vof a Boilm cu-
list, aa.l her'
falhor was a government
iftorv.ard committed i-ui-
cide. Sarah's oWri
1 his )li-..pa;.vs of
the storv that she was
Prince-s Irene of IIcr.se. who has just
married F-i inco Henry of Prussia, has re
ceied n thorough housewife's training.
She can sew, make bread, and do every
thing she would have to do were she
fated to become the wife of a poor nar.
All the Princesses of Hess- yveits trained
in, this way by their' mother, tlie late
grand5 'duchess, daughter of Queen Vic
toria. The French minister of war has de
cided to award the cross of the Legion of
Honor to Mme. Drouan at the coming
July fete. She was tho faithful attend
ant of !p. F;r, v-nunh regiment of in
fantry during the war of 1870, behaving
with tlie utmost valor during the battles
about Mctz and attending to tl;5 f.Cioers
and men, even who; hey were under a
hf-ay Are, urtil she was taken prisoner,
Preserve tho Oovenmient Landmarks.
There Is surprising recklessness regard
ing the preservation of monumeuts
erected by the government surveyors
throughout the northwest. The surveyor
of Brown, county. Dakota, gives this
timely warning in a local paper: I
notice a lamentable want oi care cf the
(government corners among the fartnei-s
and landowners of the country. Where
stakes existed they are rotted off, often
pulled out and used for firewood; the
mounds are erased by cattle or travel,
the pits are filled up and obliterated, and
soon, if not already, no certain evidence
will remain of their exact location. Now I
need not enlarge on the very great import
ance of preserving these points to mark
on boundary lines. Residents from the
east can recall any amount of trouble
arising from some "lost corner," doubts,
disputes, litigation and terchance a big
surveyor's bill. Therefore, let every one
of these corners receive the prompt at
tention necessary to make it definite and
permanent. Since each corner has an
individuality of its own, owing to the
marked irregularities of tlie government
surveys, it is a mistake to. think that a
lost (WKcr Uiuy readily be restored by
measurements from adjacent corners.
For enduring monuments I would sug
gest a pointed stone or iron rod, or where
practicable plant a tree. To forestall
any subsequent dispute two or more of
the adjacent owners should unite in the
planting of the corner. I would caution
against carelessness m dp
bury ing too deeply ihi-ac
A Test cr Goml ISrerdii).
Traveling is one of the severest tests ol
good breeding: and whoever leaves homi
to go to the seaside or to the mountains,
does well to 1-ear this f:',et in mind. At
the places of suiunter ic-n it, t;o. pooplV
are Uov in danger of making disadvant
aged., or even ohj-.-ctiosiablt, :.equ:;in
tanc.'ihijis than they are at their owi
homes, from the very fact that here ni
the world mei ts o:i a more familiar foot
ing; and as every i e: on is a fc! ranger t
evei v oilier, peopL uf ';-.uil''jl charactei
succeed in pa
thr v are not.
i: ;ieir name i-iaees, oueii
;.i:ig them: elvi soiV for what
in theciowd of a watering
All this is so thorou;
NewjMirt ai:d 1'tiier 1;:
summer ic.-oits that
rhly recognizeil at
:rgo and t'sicluiiivc
or idhcrwi-k will find great difilcully in
making any ac;jua:ntai:ces among tin
fumuier peoph', "' as they are called. If
he have no friend to i a troilf.ee him, and
bring no letter of ij:UKliiciio:i, ho need
not hoj" U) j ln in the gayety which he
sees around him. He is only a specta
tor, ami probably leaver his hotel at the
end of August, thor-a'.'.giily disgusted
with the invisible but lui ltrriers which
havo cxchtdal liim f;-oa th-j
circle, Demorest's MoatlJv,
HOW I KfJOW.
IVcauso she has sweeter and fairer crown ;
Devii use her v.iee has a teuderer toue:
Deuausi) her eyes dr.jop wh-u fhey meet my own
I know my darlinjj lovca me:
Cocauta her smile Is a vision of bliss; .
necr.uso on h-r red lips trembles .i kiss:
Beeauso of all tliat. an I because of thin
I know my darling; lovea mo!
BecaiLsc the touch of her dear- hand thrills me:
Bocuuso herthoii,'hU lead and her inin 1 wills ine;
Because her sweet presence with lovo fills me
I know I love my darling 1
Because kIio makes my poor life worthiUi paia;
Deeuuse soul's strivings seem not in vain;
Because with l.er dear lov I liv uuin
I know I love my darling :
Euscnu Field in New Orleans Pieayuue.
An Over I'unctillomt People.
In tho higbland region of tho western
Caucasus dwell a race of peoplo called tlie
Miugrelians. As iu Pulestino and elsewhere,
iliugrelian etiquette requires that saluta
tions should be exchanged ns soon as th
parties come within sight of each other, uud
to leave out tho most trivial inquiry about
tho members of another's freylv :' ;v---1
asm very had tuio. A oouide t Mingivlians
will begin a sori of bows when half a mils
from p;ch other and when the v are-within
hailing distance tb inquiries begin: IIow is
your health? How is you- mother, your
wife?" and so or, even to tho most insignift
cant se4'At, aud not forgrttiug even ths
The Mingi-elians havo the- extraordinary
custom of going bareheaded ono day in tho
w cok. This they do in honor of tho Sabbath,
though they niako no other dist inction be
wvoeii this and any other day of tho week,
vorking and living as usual. But wet or dry,
I ain or snow, none ever yo. abroad on Sun
day except vri;'n uncovered head. Their
tn.hUyliquetto is peculiar. They eat nn-h
arid eat greedily. Portions are allowed ac
cording to ago and position,, according to
ago iu tho family, aii according to position
at tho feasts, w which these peoplo are much
.ltoted. Boston Transcript.
Relies of ar .i.,-i-iit icaee.
Recent ?'plorations in Spain by two
P.Sigiau scientists have resulted in some
very interesting discoveries. Belies of a
prehistoric race have lecn found in great
abundance, ranging from the stone age
tc. that of bronze and metals. These
people buried their dead not only in
stones, graves and cells, but also in great
jars of burnt chvy, accompanied by
pieces of iiottery and other art idea of use
and value, This form of jar burial Is
very widespread and examples hav been
found from.' Japan to Peru. These relics
are suposed to belong to that ancient
race which lived in Europe previous to
the Aryan immigration, tho various
branches of which are known as Iberians,
Pclasgians, I.iguuans, etc., according to
th yuniry in which they lived. Sev
eral skeletons were found adorned with
silver and gold oreaments. One of the
most remarkable, r alias is 'a female skul
encircled hy a band of silrcr, to which is
attached a thin plate of the &.rme metal.
Instantaneous Interest Indicator.
A machine by which the interest on
any sum from $10,000 to $1, from ten
years to one day, at any rate per cent.,
may be determined in thirty seconds, by
simply turning a knob, has been, patented.
An interest sheet is wound around tho
rollers jnsids tuo machine, which are ro
tated by the knobs at the side to stop at
the given amount desired, and given rate
per cent., as printed on the interest sheet,
tins jortion then appearing in the open
space on the left hand margin of tho ma
chine. Then the smalt metal tablets on
the face and across tho pen ter are thrown
up with t''0 point of the ieneil, for the
time the interest is to be computed.
This being done, the required interest is
in plain view. By the use of this ma
chine all ot the menial and thrcc-fourtlis
of tho physical labor is dispensed with.
It is cpuiekcr than books or charts. It is
safer than books or charts, because you
cannot see any figures but those you
wish to see. It keeps its own time.
Christmas ft"' for the lusquimau.
TiYC" years ago, when the bark Napo
leon was wrecked near Cape St. Vincent,
on tho Silferian coast, tho Esquimaux
generously divided their stores with the
half dozen survivors of tlu.t ill fated ves
sel. In return for their kindness con
gress appropriated $1,000 to be expended
in presents for them, such us firearms,
cotton clolhs, flour, fish hooks and other
articles of practical value. The presents
have been purchased and will be shipped
to tho Esquimaux at the first favorable
oppoi tuisity. Philadelphia Time.
Slave Trade lu Africu.
The condition of the slave trade may
be estimated when it is learned that Car
dinal Lavigirie, archbishop of Algiers
and Carthage, has felt it to be his duty
to go to Europe to denounce its continu
ation. He has lately delivered most im
passioned harangues from the pulpit of
St. Sulpice, Paris, He says that the evi
dence is that 400,000 slaves are annually
sole on the African shores, and that, tak
ing into account those killed i:i capturing
them and the deaths from barbarous
treatment, the slave trade counts 2,000,
000 victims every year. New York Sun.
He Did Splendidly.
Sunday School Teacher Johnnie, you did
splendid J y today.
"I wish all tho little boys in the class
would study their lessons as you do. Are
you struggling to win the prize?"'
"2aw. Dad said he'd gimme a ticket to
the next cirrus if I got oil my lesson without
a break." New. York Granlic. ,
Thinks It Lucky.
Mr. Lazybones thinks it lucky wo are not
centipedes, because' it would be such dreadful
work to button on fifty pairs of boots every
time we wished to take a walk. Youth'i
Real Estate Harains
EXAMINE OUB 1. 1ST.
CONsrS'i IMi OK
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lot 10 block 138, lot T, block KM.
Lot 1 block , lot block 1)5.
Lot ll', block 111, lot 8, block 01.
LOTS IN YOl'XCI AND HAYS' AUDITION.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and in all parts of the city on easy terms.
A new and desirable residence in
South Park, can be boa "lit on monthly
Before ptirchnsing elsewhere, call and
see if we ennnot suit you better.
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining South
2 acres of ground adjoining South
1 J acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park:
14, T. 10, B. 3 2, Cass county,
800, if sold soon.
uw i sec. 8. T. 12, B. 10, Cuss Co.
A valuable iinproyed stock fram ir
Merrick Co., Neb., 1C0 acres and oi
Windham & Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phccuix, Hartford or ..-Etna 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 one 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 Mt. 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 1883.
Call at our office anel secure a Tor
Unimproved lands for sale
Dr. C A. Marshall.
"O SiHTIST !
1'renervntlon of natural teeth a upeclalty.
fetth trtructal uillmul pain by ue of LauthinQ
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FllZiJKllAI.D's I'.U'iV.K. I'IjATT AMOUTII, NKU
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
l i e only DoiitlKtK In the West controling thU
New .system ! bxtrueilim and Killing leetii
without Pain. Our anaesthetic is en
tirely free from
AM) IS ABSOLUTELY
Harmless - To - All.
Teeth extraeled and Prtiflelal teeth Itourtoit
next day if desired. The preservation of the
natural teeih a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS. GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE mil.
The very llnest. Ofllee in I'nion llloek. over
'1 he Citicim' Bank,
Win. Herolcl & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Boots aud Shoes
or Ladies fTnd Cents
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and us well
As can l found un y place In the rity and make
you price mat ueiy eompeiiiioii.
Bazar Patterns "and
Watches ! Watchoo I
H. H. GAULT
Has moved Hnd is now in the Shcrwooa
room, Cor. 5th nnd Main Sts., where
he is better able to thow his
Large Stock of "Watches,
CLOCKS A1TD JEWELRY !
Than ever before, and will as an induce
ment sell you Watches way down. Call
and get the Special Prices in Gold Watch
es; it will surprise you. A Pull Line of
the boi-t styhs of Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be given Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satis
C. F. SM ITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Merges' Sin e Store.
Has the best and niobt complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domotic
woolens that ever came west of Miw-ourl
river. iSote these prices: UiisiiiCHS suits
from $1(5 to $:J5, dress suits, $25 to f45,
pants $4, $5, $r, $0.50 and upwards.
5?" Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Pery competition.
G-. B. KEMPSTER,
Practical Piano and . Organ Tuner
Firtt-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at Bocck's
furniture store, Plattf-mouth, Nebrarka.
. &. M. Time Table.
No. 1. 1 :5 a. m.
No. 3.--6 :V p. in.
No. 5.!) a. in.
No. 1. 7 :t.rj p. in.
No. 9.-6 :17 p- ni.
No. 2.-4 fSi p. in.
No. 4. 10 :.'(0 a. Ill,
No. . 7 :i:i p. m.
No. . :.r,0 a. rn.
No. 10. 1 :I5 m. in.
All trainii run dai'v ly wavof Omaha, f-xcept
Nos. 7 and which run to aiid from h'ehujler
daily except Kurday.
No. 30 Is a tub to Pacific Junction at 3a m..
No. 19 la a stub hoot facific Junction at Ua.ra.
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