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PL.ATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, THUKSDAY J5VKXING, AUGUST 2, 1888,
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JAM Ki PATTERSON. JH.
- 1JVKO.N CLAHK
- A MAUOLK
W II MAI.lcK
Council men, 1st ward, JA
I II M J O.N KS
J Hit. A WHITMAN
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j w John n.C'iiaiu.mn
ISoaid Tub. Works
Ipiii.y treasurer, -
Itecorder i.l Deed
Clerk tit iJlstrict Cojrt,
Supt. of fnh. School.
I. A. t'AMI'KRIX
KIRI CKITCIlt IKI.II
W. II. I'nol.
JllllN M. I.KVHA
V. C. HIIOWAI.TKK
A I-1. KM ItKKrtON
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tA l.nUCK No. 11.;. I - . O. r.-Mct-M
irvery Tue-lay cveninn of eacli Wffk. All
transient brother are rciiectiully inviled to
Kt tend. .
IH.ATTMOLTIl KXCA.M I'M KNT No X I. O.
A o V. meet every alternate iriday Hi
f arh tiiontli In the Ma-onic llall. witnis
Kruthers are livited to attend.
A. O. V. VI. Meets
rlfliw l.vMir. -. - - - -,
every alreraan Krmay eveutun i ".
hall. Transient brother are res,eetfully in
vited to attend. K.J. Moaii. Master V orkman ;
S. Bar-tow. Foreman ; Frank Brown. ver-Pe-r:
I- Bowen. ;tiide : ieoige HoiiHwnrtli.
Kecorder; II. J. Johnson. Financier ; a-n .
Kinith, IC ceiver; M. MaybllsM. Fast -M. V . I
Jaek liailKkerty. It:8:de tiuaid.
1VHH CKMf XO.332. MOUEUN WOODMEN
i a turiiA MfftsHecond and fourth Mon-
.r . u- i All transient
brother re requested to meet with u. I.. A.
Neweofiur. Venerable t'onsul ; ' 1. r, Nlli-".
W .irihy Adviser ; S. V. Wilde, Banker ; A . A.
:.)t i k, t lerk.
Lvr rsvourii i.oihik no. h. a. . iT. w.
Meet- every alternate Friday evening at
Itockwood hallatoVlocK. All transient broth
el are resneeif uily invited to attend. n.
l.sirson. M. W. ; F. Uoyd. Foreman: I.
Wilde. Kecorder ; Leonard Anderson, overseer.
m.ATrsMouTH loim;kn., a. k:& a.m.
1 Meets on the lir-t and third Mondays of
aeli month at their hall. All transient broth
ers are cordially United to meet with its.
J. ti. l.ll H r.i , . .'I.
Wm. II A v. Secretary,
NO. 3. It. A. M
Tii,.iI-iv nl -a'h
i Mi-rls K-eolid and fourth
ti. ..t M li.m i II:iI1. Traiisrit lit brothers
u,v iuviteU to meet with ns.
Wm. H.wai. Seeretary. "
t. ZION I'OMMAMiAIIV. M. r. K. T.
JiMet-tH Krt ami third Wednesday in:'ht of
ech month at Maso S hall. Visiting brother.,
aie cordially iuvited to meet uitli us.
y. i. Havs, liee. i. fc. mite. I.. ( .
iASSrH NCU.N HV.'l.noYAL J Kt'ANFM
-J n.eet- the ceeond and fourth Mondas of
taeh mouth at Arcanum Hall.
II. N. Ul-KN.v. UegrLt.
: V. Mi.Noti. Secretary.
McCONIHIE POSt 43 G. A. R.
J. w. Johsso ...... -rommamler.
O. S.Twlsi..... Senior Vice m
.lAfioBtiOHH-.KMAN.. --Quarter Mas! er Seit.
I.. V. Clktm l ost Chaplain
eel iusf Saturday evening
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vlee I'leHident..
2nd Viee iTesidelit.
Kobt. B Windham
A. B. lo-Kl
.... F. Herrmann
...F. It. t:u:hman
J C. liichev. V. K. White. J ('. I'attmop,
. A. fonnei. h. iilson, C. i . huenuau, k (.or
a r. j. V . Wewkbach.
U-pree:it the following time-t-ie4
an lire-tested companies:
Atnncan CetifrAl-S". Louis. Aets
Commercial Uuioii-Kugland, "
Fire AssocUMon-PhiUdelpUia. '
Home-Xew York. "
Its. Cj, of North America. Phil. "
i.lverpool&judr)ii & 'Jlobe-Kn "
N r:'i British Mercantile-Ku "
jtri.'h C alon-Knijl.iiid.
ijneld V. it M.-Sorinxeld, "
Total .iets. 12.I1 J.T"4
LisKAijnsfel -nil Paid at this Acency
WHEN YOU WANT .
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
stractor and Bail tier
t. 12 Gm.
A Child Accidentally Shot.
IIoi.pukok. Nt-I., August 2. Athree-yeur-olcl
child of Clintles S. Koog waa
accidentally nhot with n revolver. The
ball entered the hrenst two inches ahove
the right nipple and came out one inch
on the right of the spinal column between
the ninth and tenth ribs. The child is
still living with prop.cts of recovery.
Two children found the revolver in a
trunk in a sleeping room in the bam and
while playing with it it was discharged.
There is not one thing that puts a man
or woman at such disadvantage before
Hie woild nsa vitiated stnteofthe blood
Your ambition is gone.
Your courage has failed.
Your vitality has left you.
Your languid step and listless ac
tions show that you need a powerful in
yigorator, one bottle of IJeggs' Blood
Purifier iind Ulood Maker will put new
life in a worn out system, and if it docs
not it will cost you nothing. O. P. Smith
& Co., Druggists.
Ladles, Attention !
llecamier Toilet Preparations which
include Cream, Halm, Moth and Freckle
Lotion, Powder and Toilet Soap, are sold
only ly Gering Co., and recommended
by the following society ladies : Mes
damcg Adelina I 'atti-Nicolini, James
Urown Potter, Lillie Iiangtry, Sarah
Bernhardt, Helena Modjeska, Fanny
Eavenporf, Clara Louise Kellogg and
one hundred others. tf.
When your skin is yellow.
Vhtii your skin is dark and greasy.
When your skin is rough and course
When your kiu is inriamed and red.
When your skin is full of Motchts.
When your 8kiu ia full of pimples you
need a good blood medicine that can be
relied upon. Ueggs Wood Purifier and
Ulood Maker is warranted ns a positive
cure for all of the above, so you cannot
possibly run any ri.sk w hen you get a bot
tle of this wonderful medicine. For sale
by O. P. Smith & Co.
O. P.Smith Sc. Co s List of Things
IFunny to t?ee.
A lly light on their fly-paper and then
A customer get Wall Paper cheaper
than at O. P. Smith & Co.'s.
A farmer buv Oil cheaper than at O.
P. Smith & Col's.
One of the fat base ball players sufTer
any torture as long as O. I. Smith & Co.
has the largo stock of Liniments and St.
Jacobs Oil they have.
A Floating; Saw Mill.
Quo of the greatest novelties of a practical
character which ingenuity has devised i
thus described by a Florida exchange:
J. L. Maull & Son have their liiammotlj
floating say irjilj anchored fiff ;Uq bank pf
Burton' (& Harrison's hammpek. This struct
ure is a. marvelous piece of piechn'iical in
genuity, and was built by J. XV. Jlaull and
Edward N. MaulL It is 80 by 40 feet, and
stands about five feet out of the water, draw
ing only about seventeen inches. It is solidly
built, aud according to the judgment of Mr.
Carl, an old time ship builder, is capable of
enduring the severe strains of eveq tL
waves of the ocean. The operation of all tte
machinery does not sceit o ino've 'the vesse
any more than if it was on the laud. It has
so far proved more of a success than its pro:
juetor ' nnticijiatot. Xt is equipped
forty hotse power boiler and pngine, with tLo
latest impx-ovenieuts iu saws and carriages. A
planer, bond box and shingle saws are all on
deck and connected by shafting concealed
under deck, so tljat the main deck is frjrt
from machines, aud availably' tor tbq piling
up of immense quantities of lumber. '4 ou
eorkey of tho vessel is the cook houso, where
the hands board, M'hile ou tho hurrioauo deck
&re the cabin of the proprietors and work
men. They aro now so situated as to have
command of an unlimitod supply of tho
largest and finest timber, aud from points
heretofore practically inaccessible. A saw
mill capable of moving up and down stream
seeking' a supply yi logs, and thus bringing
the mill to the product" instead qf 'viOq VersaJ
may offer very valuable advantages, espe
cially in tho south.
t - -Made
IieuutlXu) by burl'eribt;,
The bcautyof life is in growing. The hap
piness of life is ia striving. How many
women in the world aro there who have only
been made beautiful by suffering! How
many hearts have only grown teuder from
having ached very hard. It is what we see
of life and what we know and what we feel
and what wo endure and suffer that makes
us beautiful. It is wanting things and hav
ing to do without them that makes u gentle
over the needs of others. The. beautiful
womeif in ihis woild or tho all but diviua
Marys cud Marthas who have known what
it was to sit all uig'ut aloa3 with gri-jf;
who havo broken their heart3 over little woes
that others could not Uucw nor understand;
who havo gone alone end ia the dark, each
into Her owi (Jethsemans, end there speaij
long hours in voiceless travail. Catharine
Cole in New Orleans Fieayune,
Styles in LatHeV Collars.
Cells?-!! pro worn high and low, tho stand
ing collar with round corners, tho straight
coflir taraei Lack at tho front of the jaokei
wrjl v a" J continuing tiicuco in Aie l:apa
of rov?;-', C?d the sqa:ir a sailor collar which
paves tho psp-.a:t. :s'cr thar, r.ny cf
h a tarazd b-k to!i of lacj or
oleuted guu fro::i two fin 1 a Uuit to tLrcQ
LicLes per: the l.cc is sewed to the Lui-jr
l-!olil.o drua tai tarawl h.tck loojdy,
act 'talked, sbo'Jt tha hoc'-, v.-hiob is cut
iui. a a ti-Jl ii tt middlo of tae froiit aid
WORK AND STUDY.
A Suggestion to Mechanics anil Other
lAborera Educate Yourself.
What portion of the great army of work
men in this country ever consider this sub
ject, or are willing to admit that they have
time for both. They argue that life is too
short, and tho proniects of p-jaEhtage too
few, to uiako it either desir&ole or necessary
to devoto their spare time to study and kin
dred improvements of tho mind. Very few
ever fiud any time to rend, even, except pos
sibly enough to keep rxistod on the results of
ball games, prize lights and tho miscellaneous
sou ttions of tlio day; although u;kii these
important subjects win will find Li:t very few
who are not tin-roughly posted, and cun ex
plain every detail very minutely.
Ask tho average mechanic or other laliorer
to subscribe to n trade pr.pcr, the benefits of
which you have carefully explained, and the
invariable answer will be: ''l shouldn't
read it if 4 had it; I d-ui't get any time to
read, and can't nfi rd it uny way; lMsides, the
fellvs that write tin e jiriieli s are too high
toned for me, and 1 can't nr.Jersland what
I hey say." Thi is one t:f the l.tmest argii
iiie:its Kissii.le ti think .f, a:ul is one of the
iK-st re wins why they sho:iM rcubaud study,
tln:t they iii.iy be ab'.' to iiiulo stanl and
profit by what these high to::ed w. it.-r: say.
Such arguments t.ot only show tlu-ir i;;uo
laiiec, but their wiilful di-'-regurd of tlieir
iwii csfl'iiliic-ss aud education.
There is no better e.iue:;'. .ir than the trade
parier, for it keep .:e H)stcd ou what is
lieing done in tho world of scion i and we
thin': that uwny o.- tiswj disinterested men,
if they v. t:lii :;;cnd a s:ir;ll fraction of the
Lim tll'jy dj'oJi.' t- iv:i-!.:::g Iras'i ia ho!;i:i;;
our a (..! tr.tdo j uper, ihey would find
some things that woui i interest and iu&ti'ucl
them, and al u tvmovu the j.ivjuclieo against
t'.io contributors. The average working day
is t. n hour's. Sow it is ti.v to say thr.t eight
UouiV li-en is cnougii ti.r any healthy man,
and this leaves :ix Lours o;:l of t very day
that m:;y bo divided ui Ih'twceii s.tudy and
rocrc:;ion, for wo would not ask or exjject a
mail to devote tdl of his life to t'.io former.
Now tho actual facts in the ease are that
nine out of every ton of these men do not
sleep even eight hours, neither do. they study
one-eighth i -art of that time; aud still they
have not time enough to read a s:ood, sensi
ble nr'iclo that will shqw them how to make
the lalor thoy perform, and about which they
aro pretty sure to grumble, much easier and
more profitably accomplished.
Now lot us look at another side of this
question for a moment, und sco what some of
the effects of a little time devoted to reading
and study are. Take, for instance, tho great
inventors and prosperous manufacturers,
many of whom have risen from common
laborers. They have invariably been the
most careful readers, even "burning tho
ptidnight oil" in their pursuit pf informa
tion, liot pf tho standing of tho League nine,
pr of tho latest scandal, but of that which
was to be the work of their lives. Think you
that they fouud such time uninteresting or
unprofitable, pr that hey ever begrudged
Hie little they spent of their ha'd earned
svages ju the purchase of looks and papers?
s-A- P- Oiitno in Posfon Jiudgrt.
A Xewly Hatched Ostrich.
The ostrich eggs are huge all' iirs, ns largo
tround as a quart measure. They lay out in
tie ojxsn field, and just us 1 was hangiug
.irer tho fence, wickedly waving my jacket
to mako tho majestic ostrich prforui rm un
dignified piiy-u tte, one of tho eggs broke
oien, and put pouiied 'a little "ostrich, im
mediatel3" there was a groat commotion, and
everylvxly rushed breathlessly iu our direc
tion. Tho keeper was told tho news, tuxi
canto hurrying ou with eu'tuaUotis of s;;r
(irise. lii vau.Uv4 tho ivo fo'.it'-ts at the
hirthet dist;incj fi-o:ii tho mother ostrich
and made in the direction of tho newc :u-r.
but when tho mother bird took long stridor
iti 1:s direction, and manifested a lively
curiositj- as to his purpose, the kcepei
vaulted again over tho nearest fence a:id dis
apiieared from tho scene.
It was quite u-jitiiettl to sec tho old bird
wi;h hc-r new lorn oiVpii!!g. A fii-st slie
disdained to notice the little thing, which
looked ab.'Ut tho size of a -mo;iths-old
chicken, and sought to follow tho parental
guidance by running a fe' stop:-, and then
quite unexpectedly tjippiing over, or turning
a feeble- somersault. 1 had quite hateful
feelings against the mother bird, who by this
time stood prancing before us with her long,
beautiful droopy plumes. I think she saw
by our oxprcssinj. that va did not approve
f such spartan motherhood, such unnatural
calming of the emotions, for she irtiitiediately
turned up her hoed aud bestowed a motherly
kiss upon her solitary scion. There was a
thrill of satisfaction along tho whole lino of
spectators when she finally tat herself down
upon her nest aud drew the ugly duckling
under the shelter of her rarely plumaged
wings. Los Angeles Cor. New Orleans
Vaborerj! Trains" for lloston.
Iu Massachusetts the law now compels
every railroad company which ruqa $tij
r.to. ppstciu i-M i&tigt&it what used to be j
called 'laborers' trains," vulcn are required
to reach Boston before 7 in the wording aud
leavo Doston after 0 at night, with rates so
low as to meet the needs of the men who re
ceive the lower grades of wages. Tho rail
roads disliked this interference on the part of
the state, and would havo balked it if thev
could, but had to succumb and ran tup
trains. The rpsult is that noi poly mer
chants aiid thplr plerks whoso work begins at
8 or 9 iq the morning, ha e their country
residences outside of jostcvr.i but also, that
many workmen live in the country whose
daily work in tho city begins at oclock in
the morning. Tho success is so great that
all the suburban trains are now run willingly
at rates lower than those at first enforced.
The result of this legislation has been the
growth ot a large number of villages where
workiugiiien can live with their families in
homes of their own, where the children can
have tho advantage of country life, or out of
door life, while tho workman himself goes
into the town for his day's work and returns
in the evcnin.--New York Star.
The scent of bloodhounds is dull com
pared with that of certain male moths.
Mr. C. If. Piesse, in a Jute work, states that
If a newly emerged female .aturuia cnrpinl
13 placed in a closed box, the males will
come from nearly a mile away, though
hills aud buildings intervene, and have
even fouad their way down a chimney to
the object of their search. Arkansaw
NOTES AND PARAGRAPHS.
lilt of Ouod Iteati'.nz Clipped from th
Kxchangen Stray Itenu.
New York finds that an electric plant
for the execution of dogs will cost but
A lily, jet black in color, is in bloom
at Chieo, Cal. It emits a very disagree
Two pure white robins hare been taken
from tho nest of an ordinary redbreast in
Twenty-one rears' faithful service en
titles a public school teacher to a pension
The cyclorama of Niagara has bad an
enormous success in London. As the
English say, it has "fetched" the town.
The president of the Imperial academy
at IYkin has undertaken, by command
of the eirrtieror, to translate "Hamlet"
A mass of copper weighing alxnit
twenty toii9 has been found at Copjer
Falls, Mich., and is lioing cut up into
merchantable ti:: ! c'.uu.i.
Tho latest meteor story is one that is
alleged to have fallen near Kiew, Rus
sia, and which, when broken open, is
said to have been found full of small
A western m:in is selling large quanti
ties of an ink which he calls "lovers'
ink." Its ieculiarity is that the writ
ing in which it is used entirely disap
pears after twelve hours.
Farmers down in Jersey are alut in
stituting ''bug days," wherein a con
certed oiTort will Ikj made to exterminate
the insects that just now are playing
havoc with fruit and vegetables.
An experiment in tobacco growing ia
now in progress in southern Florida. It
is said the product will be enormous, and
that three crops can be grown annually.
It is a leading crop in bomo sections of
At a recent meeting of the French
Physical society Sir William Thomson
was present, stud stated that, according
to. his determinations, the rate of diffu
sion of electricity was a hundred and ten
times as rapid as that of heat in the best
Reports received by the viticulturul
commission show that the v-itio crop of
California this year will not be less than
23,000,000 gallons as against 17.000,000
last year. The outlook fer raisins and.
table grajies is also good.
Dr. Donald C, Hood has collected mait3"
tacts relating to the use of salicylic acid
for rheumatism. Of 7C8 patients treated
with salicylates, oi'i were relieved of
their pains within seven days; whereas,
of 012 patients treated by other methods,
only 110 were relieved within the same
The Rev. Hudson Taylor, of the In
land China mission, says: "After eighty
years of contact with England theve are
32,000 Christians, (ar which we may be
thankful, and 130,000,000 opium
smokers,' for which we may hang our
heads iu shame. The slave trade, the
liquor traffic, the licensing of immorality
these were bad enough, but the opium
curse is the su.m of all villainy."
Y. A. layman, of Milford, Conn., is
making the smallest possibie specimen
of an engine. It will be made from a
silver half dollar. The Loiler is to hold
about eight drops of water, but with four
drops the engine can be worked, jeverai
minutes. When tin'shc! tt is to be
placed vme. u glass case three-quarters
of an inch in diaiiiter and an inch and
one-eighth in height. Some of the part?
will be so fine and delicate they
cannot be made yiiiiCH'tt the uj of a
A specimen of a new campaign torch
which promises to become quite popula.1'
is made from a combined composition ot
inflammable mattei and w hen lighted,
burns dvyj that is to say, it is free from
grease, ioes not run, and gives off no
bad odor. It may bo stuck on the end
o,f a handle or .ole, can bo carried in tho
pocket and is always ready for use. It
yields a large Came. It burns thirty
minutes, and three of them (with the
stick) form an outfit suitable for any
Julian Hawthorne still continues to
write on tho cotaiYdties of author and
foterayy peopie " generally. In a paper
on literary syndicates contributed to
the current number of America, he
says; '"The magazines are u'l over
stocked, and no author can live on the
royalties of his books. A syndicate
will, indeed, almost always take a short
story, if it be short enough; but 'short
enough' means 1,500 or 2,000 words,
and what author, who values his reputa
tion, will use up his plot at $uol ft tapid
rate as that ?"
. Wonderful Fire Beetle.
A beautiful specimen of the celebrated
West India cuculo, or tire beetle, was
caught 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, resernbhng those of ait
ordinary wile.' beetle. When the insect
is placed in the dark these spots shine
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 aparently under the in
sect's control. When undisturbed for a
time the light gradually fades out. but if
its antennas 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 tho
insect flitting among the trees on the
evening of its capture was at fh'ss mis
taken for a toy fire balloon. It may
hare been brought to Brooklyn in sorae
fruit laden schooner. New York Sim,
Heal Estate Ilarirains
EXAMINE OUR LIST.
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21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lot 10 block 1J18, lot 5 block 101.
Lot 1 block (i, lot (i block 03.
Lot 11, block 111, b.t 8, block 01.
LOTS IN Vol NO AM) 1IAV" ADDITION.
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, ctm be bo.ight on monthly
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if we caiiiiot suit vou better.
n imJ a i nT " "t, U
3 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
3 acrei of ground adjoining Sc-uth
2 acres of ground adjoining South
1 acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se I sec.
14, T. 10, R. 12, Cass county, price $1,
800, if sold soon.
r.'.v i sec. S. T. 12, R. 10, Cass Co.,
A valuable improved stock fram in
Merrick; Co., Neb., 100 acres and ou
Windham El Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Pho-uix, Hartford or A'Ana. com
panies, about which there is no question
as to their high standing and 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 hnye 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 1888.
Call at our oflice and secure a Tor
nado I'M icy.
Unimproved lands for sale or ex
change. WIUBHAM & D A.7IB8.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
I'icm-i vullon f natural tectli a prclalty.
fi elh tjrtrortnl u-llhnul Jxiin liy unr. of lMuyt,lng
All work warranted. PiiccH reasonable.
FlT.OKIttl.ll'S Itl.-JCK I'l. ITrrtMOUTII, NKH
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
'l'l'i only Hc-iitii-tx In I lie Wi st ciiiitrolll'K Hit
JWw system cf Kti ni l inn iumI Milling 'I i-elli
without I'aln. Ciir ini;tt"t lu-l ic l.t cn
tlifly five from
AMi IS Ali-OI.l'TKI.V
Harmless - To - AlU
Tee'll extraeleil and Kit;fWa leith Inserted
next day if itesi cl . I lie ine.-ei vat ion of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very finest, r.iil-e In I Lion j;lok, over
'J he C'lliei h' Itmi I;,
S"! e. 1 1. c i -cl t ; X .
Win. Hcrolrt & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Eoots and Shoes
or Ladies and (huts
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps us large and ns will
An can lie fotm.l any i.lnee ni the ilviliUnilile
yon iiiiei tijal ilt fy -iiih ii ion.
llaiws ar Patterns and Bali's Corsets.
Watclics ! "Watclies I
h. 'm; gault
I Ins moved and is now in the Shcrwooil
room, ('or. otli and Main Sts., where
he is bitter nble to thow his
hinge Stock of "Watches,
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY !
Than ever before, nnd M ill ns tin induce
ment sell you Watches way down. Cull
and get the Special Prices in (iold Watch
es; it will surprise you. A Full Line of
the best styles ot. Jewelry aud Silverware.
Repairing will be civen Spicial Atten
tion. All work win ranted to give patis
faction. C. F.SMIT H,
The Boss Tailor.
Main Sr., Over Mel pes' Shoe Store.
Ibis the le.t and most ccmphtc stock
of samples, both foreign Hud domestic
woolens that ever came wi-fct of Missouri
river. Note these prices: I'usineB suit
from SIC to $:5., dress suits, .$25 to $45.
pants 4, ', ?(5, 0..ry0 and upwards.
E.j?" Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
GS-. 33. Tv4 PSTER,
Practical Pieno M Organ Tnner
AM) KKI'AIKl It.
First-chifs work guaranteed. Alo deal
er in Pianos nnd Organs. Ofltc at Bot-ck's
furniture store, Plattsmcuth, Nebraska.
. M. Time Table.
G( ISO KART.
No. 2 I . m.
No. i.Vi :VM a. in.
No. 6 7 :1' U. lit.
No. 1. 4 :50 a. ID.
No. 3. G :4n p. til.
No. ft ft :.'.' a, in.
V - 7 .j.i ii in N'n. . a t.VI a. m.
Ho. &.--B :17 p. in. No. in. 9 M a. m,
A?l train rim dally ly wav of f)naha. except
No. 7 and S w hieii run to ; ud from t ihujler
dally Mo l't Sunday.
No. ai is & mill to Paeife Junction at R 30a.m.,
Ho. 19 Is a stub from Pacific Junction at iiu.
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