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PliATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1888.
F.M. Kit li XT
W K Fox
. JAMR4 PATTEKHON, JK.
- 15V HON CUHK
- A Madulk
. - 8 ('Llft'OHU
W 11 MALItK
Councilinen, 1st ward,
1 A SaMbukv
t 1 M JONM
I Dll. A BlUfMAN
t M M MUKI-HY
1 8 W Dijttojk
"J F McCau-kn. Pkks
1 J W.
I D 11
Hoard Pub. Work
r ft V V X
I. A. Cam lMtx.LL
W. II. Pool
John M. Lkvua
- Allen it k ebon
Mav.nakii Sim x k
Deputy treasurer, -Clerk.
of Deeds -Ihiputy
Clark" of District Co art,
Hhertl!. - -Surveyor.
Hupt. of Pub. School.
IIOAUO OK HU
I OOjS FOI-T4,
a; if. jjfcijyv.
?f ?r'.Vr.V-' wa i" H. i. F.-Meets
r v. V4 '
'every Tuesday evenlug of each wee, a
transient brothers are rcpectfully Invited to
attend. . .
DLATTMOUTII ENCAMPMENT No 3. I. (.
1 O F meel every alternate i-rida In
tcn,m n .IK, Ma-onic Ha.l. Vb.l.ng
IjiolLsrs aielnvtM ta aP"d
mD!iroi)iK no. hi. A.
1 "vry alte.at" Friday evening ai .K. .of J
hall Tian,leiit brother are respectfully ln
tulld to attend. V.J. Mo.Kau. rtwl-J W o k.nn :
K 8 Birstow. Foreman ; Frank Brown. Ov r-r;er-
I- Bowen. ilul.le; eoiBe Housworth.
KecoYderfll. J. Johns.,., financier ; Va-1..
Smith. KeoHver ; M. Mayl.rlnht. FaH M. W. .
. . r-. IT
1LA 1 l.HJU A H
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
liokwood hall at ft o'clock. All transient broth-er-s
ire rmpeutf invited to attend. 1 S.
I.nrion, M. W. ; F. lloyd. ForemaD : S. C.
'Jde. Ueconlcr ; Leonard Andersou. Overseer.
TrssMOCTII I-ODU K NO. n, A. F. A. M.
Meut on th nr-t and third Monday of
each month at their hall. All trausient brotu
jer arc cordially Invited to meet with us.
r j. o. uiciiK.v, v. m.
Wm'. Hath. Seeretap-.
'KIK.SKA CHAPTKIC NO. 3. R. A. M.
is iet;ts seeoiid and fourth Tuesilav of earh
Mimulbat MaunV Hall. Trauscieitt brolhers
are luyited to meet with in.
. . F. E. WlllTE, II. P.
j'M.'lAg, Set-ietafj. "
T"r. i.40N COM MA DAKY. NO. 5. K . T.
ill Meets first and third Wednesday iiijiht or
each month at M iso Vs hall. Vlsitlni; brolhers
are oordially i-ivlted to meet with u.
WM- II a s, itoa. V. E. White. E. C.
1 SH CO U N CI L NO. liv.t . KO Y A L KC A N V M
J 'fneets the second and fourth Mondays of
taiA-inouth at Arcanum Hall.
K. N. OLEJfX, Kegett.
P. C. Minor. Secretary.
IE POST 45 G. A. R-
. .- ' Adjutant.
J. W. Johnson..
C. S. Twiss
I . a. Patk
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ht. . .. . - :. w.fli.
..; ;:..otliobrof the Lay.
MALON 1)1 VON..
AN.. ..Ouartpr Mamer rergr.
I.. V.. ClXKTM
: I-jsi Chaplain
PLATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vice President
2ud Vice President...
.Hold, n Windham
A. It. lou.l
... F. Herrmann
. F. K. (iuthman
I1IK K TORS.
J Kichev. r-'. K. White, .1. C. Patterson,
j 'a. Conher, B. Klson, C. W. Sherinau, t. (.or
4 r.J. V. Wekbach..
Represent the following time
trieJ and firo-tested companies:
American Centrul-S'. Louis, Assets $1,258,100
Commercial Union-England, M 2.5W0.314
Fire Association-Philadelphia. ' 4.415.576
Franklin-Philadelphia, " 3.117,106
Home-New York. " 7.8.5.M9
Ins. C. of North America. Phil. " 8.47402
1.1 yerpool& London Si ilobe-Eiig " 6.039.7S1
Biitish MercautllerEni '.' 3.37S.754
KoiwicU Unlon-Eugland. 1J13.4C6
Bprlngflold F. M.-Spri.igfteld, 3,044,915
.. Total Assets, 942.115,774
Lijsej AJjnstnl aniPailattMsAjeicy
WHEN YOU WANT
Ha. . laarscn,
Cor. 12th anil Granite Streets.
Contractor and B nil tier
1A8H CAMP NO.S.V4. IfCJZJKIfX WOOIlMfcN
1 J tf mt-rlca Metis second and lyuuh Mon
l .niU at ly. of p. hall. Ail transient
r" Attt rc-nfesteU to meet villi uh. A.
55dJI V'4rW Consul : K. Nile.
i;i-.'k, Clrrir. J
WENT DOWN AT SEA.
The Steamship Gelser Sunk In Five
Minutes and 105 Lives Lost.
New York, Aug. 17. The steamer
AVeilantl, of the Hamburg-American
uteamshi.) line, has just brought news of
a collision off Sable Island between the
Ueiser and Thingvnlla, of the Thingvalla
line, which accured at 4 o'clock on the
morning of August 14. The Geiser sank
in live minutes after the collision, and
105 persons were drowned. The Thing
vnlla was so disabled that she had to put
into Halifax after transfering all her pas
sengers. The Oeiser had eighty-six passengers
aboard, seventy-two of whom were
drowned or killed in c collision, and
fourteen were taken first on the Thing
valla and then on t'io "Wieland. The
Gciscr'a crew numbered fifty; seventeen
were saved and thirty-three drowned.
Captain JJollcr of e Ceieer vh among
those sayed. The passengers of the
Thingvalla transferred to the Wieland
The crew of the Thingyalla did all
they could to save the Geiser's crew and
passengers, but owing to the lu-avy sea
only thirty-one were saved. No other
vessel was near at the time.
The Weijand, on, her war o this port,
was Q0 tniit' away.' ;t 'i:0 o'clock
on the naming of tue 1-Jth the Wieland
wa sightod. hin of dlatress were
made by the Thingvalla, and the trans
fer of passengers bjgan. The sea was
then very heavy, but no mishaps occur
red in the transfer of passengers.
r4ijf-. ioiXqwiVi Y,Af is,'.'
qf passengers wlQ are saved from the
i;,J.Sr.w- njja L;utl) ffom Xew
York to Calsham, Sweden.
Steerge Johann Larsen, from New
York to IVwor Norway; Alfred Ander
son, from New York to Gnmslad, Nor
way; Cliristoffer Elia?ser, from Chicago
to Bergen, Norway; Peter Fohansen,
from St. Paul, Minn., to Gcsborg, Swed
en; Johanna G. Thohans.n, from Iron
Mountain, Mich., to Stockholm; Paul
Paulsen, from Ironwood, Mch., to Cop
enhagen; Anderq AYiles, from Minneapo
lis, Minn., tp Christiana; John Tenwald,
from Hudson, Wis-, to Tliondhjein, Nor
way and Fred Hansen, from Perth Am
boy, N. J., to Copenhagen; Fens Ander
son, from Philadelphia to Christiana;
Anders G. Peterson, from St. Paul to
Gosborg, Sweden; Lauritz Ilomerdehl,
from Lansiug, Mich., to Copenhagen;
Johann Alquist, from Iron Mountain,
Midi., to Orlando, Finland.
cavt. A. Ai pEHS,
cf ihe Wiehiud'tells the following story:
At 10 o'clock on the morning of Au
gust 14, wc passed some wrepkage float
ing in the sea and suspected that an ac
cident had happened somewhere near us.
A little later we sailed through a sea of
oil and sighted a broken boat of the
Geiser. About 1 1 :30 we sighted a steam
er to the windward, about eight miles off,
and seeing she had a Hag of distress up,
we ran down to her. It proved be the
Thingyalla, aqd Captain Lamb, of the
vessel, came to us in a small boat and
begged us to take off his passengers snd
those he had saved from the Geiser. He
said his own yese wVi sq barely injured
he expected her. to sink any moment. His
forward compartment had been complete
ly carried away from half way the deck
to below the water lin. We sent out
three of our boats and the Thingvalla
lowered two of hers and in five hours we
had transferred the saved passengers and
crew of the Geiser, and also the 431 pas
sengers of the Thiqgvall. T-Ue sea was
very rough at the time, and ihe work of
transferring the passengers was very diffi
cult. The immense hole in the Thinjjval
la's bow was then patched up as well as
possible and she started for Halifax. The
collision, so far as known, was cause 1 by
Fined For Cruelty to Anlmais.
Blaih, Neb., August 17. A man by
he name of Qreble drove into town to
day with eight large sized calves in his
wagon box. He was on his way to Cal
houn, where he intended to kill and ship
thern to Omaha, Two of them were
nearly dead. Several sitizns tried to
prevail on him to unload part for fear
they would all smother. He would not,
but when he found they intended to arrest
him he agreed to unload three. He un
loaded two and started his team on a
run for Calhoun with the balance nearly
dead. The deputy sheriff started horse
back after him and brought him back to
town. He pajd a fjne of $3 and cqsts
amounting to $11, and took part of the
calves, left the balance and went on Ins
way to Calhoun to kill and ship to Omaha.
Crops In Northern Nebraska.
O'Neill, Neb., August 17. Reports
from thirty-nine points in northeastern
Nebraska to-day show that small graiu is
a failure. Wheat and oats have been al
most ruined by rust, hail and wind
storms. Only a small portion of the fields
will be cut, and the rains of the past few
days h tve caused grain to sprout badly.
Corn has a fair prospect, although con
siderably blown down by wind, and yery
The Yellow Fever.
Jacksonville:, Fla., August 17 No
new cases of fever and no deaths haye
been reported for oyer fo:ty hours.
Chicago, August 17. The health ofli
cers here have arraiuged to inspect all
the incoming trains from the south hav
ing connection with the yellow fever dis
tricts, and will fumigate all baggajje
from such points,
Thought It Wan a Ticket,
The greenest man I ever saw on a railroad
was a conductor of a suburban passenger
train that I rode on from St, Louis a few
days ago. I gues ho was ft cousin of some
big oflloiah ami had lived iu the. woods all
his life. (Somehow I had expended move
money than 1 had calculated upon, and when
I took my sent I found in iny pocket but a
fifty cent 'blin plaster," which I was pre
serving as a memento. When the conductor
came ta take up tickets I handed him this.
I bad pulled my hat over my eyes in a negli
gent way, but jude of my surpriso to hear
the three familiar clicks, and those related
twice. Then he walked away. I looked at
him in astonishment, and asked him to ttY
his hand. "What in the wrL ai.a yq
punching holes iff ttiat fifty 'cent piece fori
Give me' my 'change.''' ''Why, ha replied,
innocently, '.tj thought that was one of those
newbiyie'liVbQgrapU tickets, good for fifty
miles, kud that you wanted to ride it out." 1
explained and got my change, hut it shook
my fractional currency iroclivitics mightily.
The Stave of Ar.li'UiKj,
Iii thft Collect ion -of aa'aliqualhtauco of
mine are" some "curious relies. A portion, .(
tbeii) is twq staves pi riolish.p, l &ildishwQojt.,
each aljgut fWnit .h Vlditiai-y B't,i xho
stav-esjavo yva rw-- a velvet covered
.Ia jji ip, and are topped with a gilt carv
ing intended to suggest & flame burning in
the bowl of a torch. They were ooi vied
years ago by the aldermen cf uis vityi" a-rut
were tho f hjet atrjqhg'the badges of tho aid
ermauic'ofQee. In those days, I faney, alder
men wore robes, too, so that, in uniform aqd
with their staves of authority, they must
have presented quite an imposing appear
ance. As time wore on the staves wero re
duced in length, till they became mere
truncheons. They still, however, kept up to,
the torch style of construction, as may bo
seen frora samples o thein In' this same col
lection. -f-A!fred Trumble in Xew York News.
A Can for footpads,
A wlplfed and inurderous walking cane was
displayed in an avenue store the other day.
Its hollow covering was punctured with at
least twenty-five holes, and behind these
were concealed as many sharp steel blades.
The object of tho cane was at onee apparent.
Suppose an unfriendly hand seized it on a
dark night. The owner of tho stick would
simply draw it backward, and lo! from out
the little holes tho knives would fly to do
their bloody, lacerating work. Ni footpad
would grasp that catio more than once. The.
principle of the invention is hot new. It is
already used with success in a patented
watch guard, the spikes of which spring out
and hook themselves. i your pocket when
your watch t-haiii is pulled. "Washington
Rapid Military Movement.
Some one interested in stirring up English
alarms has discovered iu the Memoirs of
Marshal Ney a record of the fact that in
1805, when Napoleon, designing the. in, vaian
of England, gathered an array at Boulogne,
.it was daily exercised in the operation of
tnbarkiug ' and disembarking, and that it
was found that in ten and a half minutes 25,
000 men, with all their stores, ammunition,
artillery and horses, were embarked, and in
thirteen minute were landed again. New
English liallwtiy tteforni.
In England there is just space enough be
tween the edge of the railroad station plat
form and the footboards of the passenger
cars lo let an unwary traveler fall between
and bo ground to pieces by the moving train.
An accident or two lias happened, and an,
agitation has begin ip. favor, of raform in
cither the, footboards or the platform.' "Iu
America'," 'the' reformers urge, "such an ac
cident could not happen." Chicago Herald.
A, tyopian. "Lawyer's Uw,
Th author of the popular Nebraska law
which makes mothers joint guardians of
their children with their father is Mrs. Ada
M. Bittender, the woman lawyer of that
state. In this connection it may be. men
tioned that Kansas, Ioco, and New Jersey
are the only other states of the Union whero
mothers are thus favored by law. New York
Too Much Time.
"It Is so sudden, Mr. Peduncle, said the
young lady, softly; ''give me time to think
''Certainly," replied the business lice com
mercial traveler; I'll bo around again in
"I only wanted a moment, Harry," she
said, sweetly. Chicago Tribune.
In Infectious Wards,
An excellent new use for the telephone is
proposed in the infectious wards of the
French hospitals, so as to enable the sick peo
ple isolated in their sufferings to have the
comfort of hearing their relatives voices'
without any risk of conveying infection by
nn interview. New York Press.
fcupplytns the Pulpit,
"Ah, Mrs. Plairdey, you were at the Blank
Street church yesterday! Who supplied the
"My husband did the woodwork and Chord
fc Tossols furnished the upholstery." Boston
Yery often the man who "boils with indig
nation" one day simmers with regret the next
morning, especially if his wrath be put in
cold type. Baltimore American.
ACS KICULTUKA L I M I'l.KM KXTS.
ii a i.i. m hah;.
Agricultural lint'lcnient. I 'iiiii tland IlilKUie
and I'uthford V;ij;iiu, "(i I 'limber im.l
lione Dry." sold and Warranted. Main street,
hetweeii tSixi.li and St-ventl..
FIKST NATIONAL HANK.
f riHtt.smoiifh. Capital .V.mhi ; surplus $11,
(mm. John Kltzcerald, lreideut : S. WmiihIi.
('ashler ; K. "S. White, Vice-President, r.nard
of Uirertorx : John Kit gerald. K. K. While,
who. it. iarK, ii. ii aw k sw on ii, ;v wangii.
TIIK CITIZENS RANK,
of 1'lattMiioiil!.. ( aitl stock paid in, .s.Vwi.
Frank Carruth, President : W. II. Ciisliiii-r.
Caxhier: J. A. ('minor. Vice-President. A
general hanking lui i-ies transacted. Collec
tion receive prompt and careful attention.
ISIacksinlth and Wafroiiinaker, liealer in Viud
inillH. Pumps and Fitting.
Hoots and Shoes, Kepaii uiK promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOOTS AND S1IOKS.
A complete ai-Hortlti'-nt i f -vi"y ' i I" !
wear and -h a ri .h ... 1...- i-I.c.ipesi. w. si, ol
the Missouri lClver. Also maiiufartiiriiig and
BAKKEK SHOP AND 1SATII KOOM.
Hot and Cold Uai lis at all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cnttinir a sneeialtv. Cor. fiih
and Main, under CarrmliV.
P-retvA. Cjiis3." Tien, liuns. etc.. fresh .tally.
Pat, WedihiiK and Farcy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream ia any .(iiuniity,
.. P. YOUNO,
Hookseller. Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Coods, Toys. Confectionery, Fine Cigars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, Pianos and organs and
CLOTII1NU. -- '
s x r. i a . f r.
tlpl't's yorfcishin'ti. Fire 'Iftlov Made Ctothln
n .ujenV. Uo5," a;vl Chddrei
f .Vic le ?y conu.v t iUOh L T
hot iiu, 1 jit v vej j s Their
-iiMdreipH Wear, 'llieir
Clofh'rtr. FurniHliing Guw' ; to the oM re
liahle house lor w.-;s Caps. Umhrellas, Trunks,
Uoot.i ooes. .Main street, next Cas Cy., 4111,'
C'loti.uifr, Hals. Cans, tfc. Fine nishiiiK
our specially. One price au- 11( Mo,lkev Hus-inesH-.
It rays to tra.i" vitll oekWood lilk.
u - CAKltl'Til CANN'INC, CO.,
Frank Carruth, Henry . I. Strekht, Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax lirand Vegetable.
poNl F.CTJONEi; 7.
O PIUL'LIII KRAI'S.
Fruit?. Coufettiwierv and Fine Cigar.
O. P. SMI III & CO.
Dealer in Wall Paper, Paints, Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &e. Roekxvood P.lot k.
(JUKI NO & C.
Drug, Chemicals, Paints, Oi!H.
F. G. FRICKK .1- CO.,
Drug. MediciDes. Chemicals. Paint". Oils,
Varninhis. Dye Stult etc.. Fine ttationery.
Select Toilet and Fancy Articles.
F. S. WHITK.
Dry Goods, (iraeorics Notions, (ienoral Mer
chandise, etc.. is. E. corner Main and tnh M.
l II ERR MAX V.
Dry Good''. Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
Good-', One flOtir east First National Rank.
RY GOODS. GRCCKRIKS.
K. G. DOVEY it SOX.
Carry a lnrjie tock of Fine droceries. Dry
lioods, carpets, taeensware, rwotioi-s, nut
Fancy Goods, to he found in the county. Up
per Ma n street, between 5th and t;tli.
DP,. CAVE & SMITH,
"The Pypiless DeidiMs." Teeth extracted
without t he least pain or harm. Ar, ifn-ial teeth
inserted immediately after extracting- natural
one w hen deired. Gold and all ot her Fiilings
strictly first chi's. Olllee iu I'nimi Hlock.
2 HENRY ROECK.
Furniture. Bedding. MioKing Glas.e. Picture
Frame, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
Furniture. Parlor Suit. Fpho'stery Good.
Stoves. Queensware, Tinware, and all kinds of
Household Goods. North GIH street, between
Main and Vine.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOO DM,
.1, . Dr)N NELLY,
Gent pine Furnisher and Hatte". The most
cotoplete and finest stock in the city. Carruth
Dock, Cor. ath and Main.
M. B. MURPHY CO.,
The LeadlDj Dealers in Grocerie. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed,&c. Cash pa'd for country produce,
LEHNHOFF & SOEXNICHSKN,
Groceries, Provisions, Gla-sswarc und Crockery.
Green. Staple and Fancy Groceries.
BENNETT & TUTT.
Staple and Fanoy Groceries, Green Fruit and
Groceries and Queensware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars. Tidiacco and Cutlery. Riddle Houe.
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms. $1.00 per day.
Special Attention given commercial men.
W. O. KEEFER,
Successor to O. M. Streighr. Harnes-s, Saddlery
Goods. Net. Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur
Hardware. Stoves. Tinware, Table and rocket
Cutlery. Rasors, etc. Household Sew',ng Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline stove. Tiuwork
of all kind done reawonahlJ prices. Main
street, Roukivocd Block.
J FRANK CARRUTH & SON.
Always carry a tine stock of Diamonds. Watch
es. CI cks. .lewelrv. Silverware and Spectacles.
Drop in and insiect their goods before parchas
Jeweler. Waltham Watches a Specialty. Main
Street, ue:ir Fourth.
B. A. MrELWAIK.
Watche.i. Clocks. Silverware and Jewelry.
Special AtteRtiou given to Watch Repairing.
Take Time by
zdo - 2nT o rr .
oru (iii:.VT ci.osini out sai.i:
Will Terminate Aug. 27.
Wo aro undor contract to op on our ITair-
rxTit "FTom? Sor)tcm.bor 1st.
T1hs who h:ive
nf the I5;irirains oIIVtimI .l.iilv atmir (Jn-at
(y'los-in Out Sale will
At 60 cts. per Pound, Worlh 75c.
Dress Goods Sale, Great Cloak Sale,
Silk Sale, Carpet Sale,
Trunk and Valise Sale.
AVe are too busy to make u Price Lit.
To accommodate the great rush we will keep our store ojitu
until 10:o() o'clock p. m.
SOLOMON & ftSATHAW,
White !Front Dry Ooods
C. M. HOLM ICS & SON.
The Checkered Lain. Livery. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed to all parts of Ihe city.
Carriages at all trains. Coiner Vine and st It.
Who'esale and Retail liealer in First 'nali' v
I'.eef. Pork. Mutton Veal. Lamb, etc. .sixth
stree', Neville 15lock. Prices moderate.
J. HAT T & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Render their own Lard
and Cure their own P.acou. Main .street-
F1CKLEU & CO..
Fggs. Poultry &e. We use o ly Ihe best trade
of native stock. Oysters and game in season.
C. F. SMITH,
Merchant Taor. Main street, over Merges
shoe more. Complete stock of sample. J'lt
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
MRS. J. F. JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latest Styles of Mil
linery and Trimmings ; also Children's and In
fants"' Roimeis. to be closed out at cost.
DESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM.
JA. JACOU HENNCII.
Meal and Lunches set ved to order at a1! hour.
Also oysters, cigar. Toh-icco, Pop and Cider.
Opposite Kiddle House.
Sample Room and billiard Hall. Choice Wine.
Liquors and Cigars. U'lliard and Pool Tables.
FRAHM & K LI ETC II.
Sample Room. Imported and Domestic Wines,
Lhtuois and Cigar. Only straight goods han
dled. Milwaukee Pottled Lager a Sietialty.
Cor. 5th and Main Sts.
HIE AMERICAN EXCHANGE,
Nh k Cunningham, proprietor Choice Win's,
Liquors and Cigars. Pool and Iiil.iard Tables.
It'ddle Ilou-e block.
THE ELK1IORX SALOON.
Win. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water, birch beer. Cider, etc- Agent for
Fred Krug's Celebrated Lager beer.
Watch.es ! Watches I
H. H. GAULT
Ilrts moved and is now in the Sherwooci
room. Cor. 5th and Main Sts., where
he is better able to show his
Large Stock of "Watches,.
CLOCKS A2TD JEWELEY.!
i Than ever before, and will as an inducc-
mem sin juu .mino c.j .vr.....
and get the Special Prices in Gold AVatch
es; irwill surprise you. A Full Line of
the best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing'will be sjiveu Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satisfaction.
del "3T i
not tukcii fi.lvanl ::(
ivirret i when wo
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
TPeonly Dentist in the West r-fntroling till
New Svstem f Extracting and Filling ieeth
without Fain, our suiaesthetic is en
tirely free from
CIILOROFOKM Oil ETHER
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
; Harmless - To - All..
i Teeth extracted and artificial teeth Inserted
I next day if desired. The preservation of the
! natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE TOL
The very finest. Office in Union block, over
Ihe Citi7.ei-s' Bank,
R. B. Windham, John A. Davif.s.
Notary Public. Notary Public.
attorneys - at - Law.
Cflice over Bank of Cas-s County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
i N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
A, give prompt attention to all business In
trusted to him. OP. ice in Union Block, East
side. Plattsmouth. Neb.
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