Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1888)
FIKST YE Alt
PfjATTSMOUTlf, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST SO, 1SSS.
f Jlwilflf 1u!tt0 ttll lit
F. M. ItlCHKT
W K Fox
JAMK4 PATTKBHON, JK.
- BVHON C'UHK
- A Maixii.k
. - . H Cl.l KKOICO
W 11 MAI.ItK
Police Judge. -Marhall.
Couacllcueu, 1st ward,
I Srd V
j J V WKCKHACil
I) M JN Kit
lK A SMIf.MAK
i ft Mi; ki ii v
8' W UL'TtON"
t F MlOAI.I.KN. J'KKS
Hoard Pub. Works-" kkk.i ;bik.k
j.t ,(rJr o' Deedi
(.jerk Qf DMrtclCa.irt,
MiiDw. of fub. School.
I). A. OAMI'HF.LL
HlKD Oil TCHKlKl.a
W II. Fool.
' Jqn NM. LYIA
Wi C. rfaoWALTKK
- AM.KN HKKM'iM
2, BOARD OK BU
A. n. Todd. CU'iu.,
A. 11. DlCKMON,
.V k J I i . i . -
f'ASS l.ODGK No. Ui. 1 O. O. ,.TV,''V.V?
"Levry Tueday evening of each wwjn All
tnuuient brothers ar respectful!) iuylted. (o
LATr.lOUTII ENCAMPMENT No. 3. I.
A o. F.. meets every 'ternate Friday In
each iiioiitb io the Masonic Visiting
Brothers ure invited to attend.
fllRIO LODGE NO. M. A. O. U. V. .Meets
- every alternate Frldnv evenlinr at If . of 1
hall. Trauslent hrothur aro t::;iif ully in
ylttid tohll(.i,d. K.J. Sn:',ar.',.Va.7tt.rYo;kmati ;
L S.ibiirtow. 1 oremtnYfraiik brawn. Over
peer BoVen, Guide J Geoigo Huusworth.
r;t4''.iT ; lj. J. Jo,nvill. Financier; Wash.
Kliiilfi. )Pilveh ai. Maybright. Fast M. V. ;
Jack Daujjherty, Inside Guard.
flAS CAMP NO, 332. MODKKN WOODMEN
"-" of America Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. or 1. hall. A'l tiuteiit
brother re requested t inet vtn ' A.
r,'axou,r1 veubtaUlo C.4iisul ; i. K, Nile,
VPi'liiy Adviser ; i. C, Wilde, Hanker ; W. A.
IfLATTSMOUTIl M)l)liE NO. 8. A. O. U. W.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood hall at x o'clock. All transient brotli
are respectfully invited fo attend. 1. S.
iTtrsoii, M. W, ; F. lioyd. Foreman : S. C.
Wilde, Uecordcr ; Leonard Audersou. Overseer.
I ATT8MOUTII LOL)i U NO. ;. A. F. & A. M.
.Mets oil ihA tir-t and third Monday of
t"ac!l month at their hull. All transient hrotb
ti's are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. O. KU HKY, W. M.
Wm. Hats. Secretary.
J-KUASKA CIAPl'Elt. NO. It. A. M.
1 Mr.etsJ&reond and fourtll Tuesday f eaeb
ja.rtith at fchwoii' Hall. Transcient brothers
titii invited to meet M'Hb us-
' F. E. Whitk, !l. P.
Wm. Hays. Secretary.
r. ZION COMMA HA li Y. NO. 5. K. T.
4T;Meei8 fiist and third Wednesday nijjht of
e:ieU"ntt)nth at M iso i's ball. Visiting brothers
lire cordially invited to meet v illi us.
WJI. Jiitf, Ktse. K. Win TK. E. C.
(1ASSCOUSCI L NO. 1021. KOYAL KCANUM
J meet the second and fourth Mondays of
each month at Arcanum Hall.
it. N. (i lkkx, Kegent.
P. C. If i son. Secretary.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R-
J. W. Jonxsox
C. S. Twins
t: A, lVTKi...i.....
J AC OH (iOKB'.KMAK
Ouicerof the iay.
..yuarter Master Seit.
1,. V. CCUTI..
Mectinsf Saturday evenlu
tt Vtoe President
. . A. H. Todd
. K. tiuthman
2nd Vice President
J. C. PJchev. F. i:. While. J.C. Patterson,
,T. A. Conner. It. Eicon, C. V. Sherman, F. Uor
r, 4. '. Weckbach
Ifcepreserit the following time
tried and fire-tested companies:
American Central-St. Louis. Assets fl.25.loo
Commercial Union-England. " 2.KW.3U
Fire Association-Philadelphia. 4.115.576
Frankllu-rhiladelphla, " 3- J7.10
Home-Newr York. " 7.M5.M9
- Ins. Co. of North America. Phil. " 8.47462
Uverpool&Loud.ni & Globe- Eng " 6.C39.7H1
Nrth British & Mercantile-En " 378,7l
.UJi Cnlon-Enplaud. 115.106
ueia F. A M,-SpringGeld. 3.044.015
l otal Assets. $12,115,774
Losses AUnstcA snl PaidattMsAeency
WHEN YOU WANT
Ha. iS- Larson,
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
ntr actor and Builder
NAMES FOR COINS.
How New York Car Conductor Detlgnmt
l'leces of Currency.
A reporter rode on a Myrtle avenue horse
car in Brooklyn recently, and saw the con
ductor for the first time In his life accept a
$ 5 LIU from a passenger with a smile,
"This is where I unload some of my
salary," be remarked as he tucked the blfl
away with f 10 more in bis inside pocket.
VI'U wprk oH a lot of superfluous chicken
feed as the small coin is denominated on
that bluff rider up in the front seat," and lis
winked knowingly at the reporter.
"Why do you coli tbo. passenger a bl
riieri" asked the reporter of the man, who
Lad a good del of the light of humor in bis
'Because be thought he could shake that
Ave at nie, I'd say 'Ain't got no chang,' and,
be'd ride free. Not today 1" was he riu'mpb
ant exclamattun as, be started toward the
Sftsijenger with $4.15 in change of every
onominati&n under f ,
Vhon be returnwl be keeiued in a pleased
and communicative mood.
"You couldn't guess," be broke out sud
denly, "how many different kinds of change
there is from $1 down."
"Oh, a half dosen," responded the reporter
with a view of evolving any possible inform
ation from the knight of the bell p"n't.
"Yes, there is," aoited tbo conductor,
CMnptuouslyv -' 'T"jat"S ' what ' tbey all
tbiiiTr--' was conductorlng yoti'4 Pw
different Jt'a enough to, rivflypu Jooney
iometimos count up. fow 1114 anc
gireVm w yow, ana 4 H cue ia .--
road names tiitn "
-i - , em, too. There's the
piuxiK, the cartwheel, the sinker, otherwise
the dollar, to begin with. Then there's the
trade dollar, that's the same breed o' cats.
only we don't take 'em. Hence we call 'em
'nijiea.' Ilalf Jojlara wa call 'grand stands,'
treatise when the name was given j-ou could
gt a reserved seat at a ball game. Twenty
live cent pieces we call 'usefuls,' because, I
suppose, they are bandy to have always
neither too large or too small. The twenty
cent pieces we call 'smooth edges,' because
the edges avt not milled like on tbo quarters.
arid also 'foolers,' because the conductor
often mistakes one for a twenty-five cent
piece. I don't know why they were ever
"Do you ever have bad money passed on
you?" asked tbo reporter.
"Never any of the 'queer' by which, of
course, I mean counterfeits but sometimes
they ring in a plugged coin on us, which we
call tbom 'Jackets' and 'charms, I suppose
because they've got boles in 'em, and you
could bang 'em around your neck. I believe
there is such, a thing as a fifteen cent piece,
but I never got ouo yet," continued the con
ductor. "If I did I'd keep it as a curiosity.
Oh, yes; we get quite a number of Canada
ten cent pieces call 'em 'foreigner and
"How do you designate the dimes f
"Well, since the cheap theatres have got
goin' wo call 'em 'museums.' B
"And the five cent pieces"
" 'Fares !' A man that's got twenty nickels
says he's got 'twenty fares.' You know the
name for cents 'coppers;' and when we get
an extra quantity we say we're carrying
freight. Tho two cent pieces are 'doublets.' "
"Well, that's all there is, ehr'
"Not much! There's three more yet The
small sized silver half dime. Them's 'mid
gets.' Then there's tho three cent pieces,
about the same size as the dime. We are so
likely to get stuck on them hat we call "em
deceivers' and '.decoys.' I think they were
vented to roh conductors! But the last is
vrorst of all. After you get 'em you can't
find 'em. Don't get uiuny, thank goodness!
I mean tho little bits of old fashioned three
cent silver pieces. Them are called 'get
aways' and 'crevice seekers.' Put ono of
them in your pocket and you have to rip
open your coat to find it." New York Even
I-ost in the Catacombs.
Albert II. Canby, recently returned from
Paris, where be spent si weeks with Francis
Wilson limit ing up novelties for tho coming
season in comic opera, bad one startling ex
pcr: ?neo in tho French capital which ho is
m'. likely soon to forget. lie was lost for
five hours ju the 'catacombs.. Permission to
visit tin's vast undergroniub.cenietcry, will,
its thousands of skulls and bones piled up in
ghastly rows, is very difiicult to obtain in
fact, in late years there have been no visit
ors admitted at all, but wiib his usual diplo
matic tact Canny managed to do what others
failed to do, -lUtl got a pretty good fright as
the result of bis achievement. His guide bad
induced rather freely in brandy and absinthe
lieforo entering tho labyrinth, and as a result
became slightly confuted. After tiampini
for an hour, and gazing with a sort of borri
lied awo on the grinning rtlics of poor bu
inanity, tho return trip was begun, and the
guide found bo bad lost his bearings.
There is a rop3 suspended, from the drip
ping ceiling of tho main passageway to guide
explorers back to the main ojeuhig. and the
two men found they bad. wandered off into
some of the pUI jwiasaoa and lost it To
make matters wcrso tho oil in the guide's
lauip was getting low, and there wcuo way
to replenish it. Canby became thoroughly
tired out after walking for four hours in the
noisome atmosphere, and as be didn't speak
French, and the guide spoke very little Eng
lish, tho two of them made a rather melan
choly pair. The surroundings wero gloomy
enough to make one shudder at every step,
especially when a skull or a thigh bono would
come rattling down with a crash that would
send the echo reverberating through tbu
great vaulted chamber. The rope was found
at last and the outer world reached, and it
may bo believed that Mr. Canby breathed a
fervent prayer of thanks for bis deliverance.
"I wouldn't," said he, In relating the circum
etaoce, "visit that Golgotha again, guide or
00 guide, for $1,000,000, li bright, yellow
gold i'' New York Press.
Carious Italian Superstition
St John's day in Italy is thus observed at
Revello, Italy, according to a private letter:
"The people here have a curious superstition
connected with this eve of St John's day,
which is observed by many; they repeat
their rosaries until midnight, and then look
out, firmly believing that they will see Hero
dias and her daughter pass, riding on a fiery
plank, the daughter saying: iil other, why
did you say itf and the mother: 'Daughter,
why did you do itf and then plunge into the
sea; the reason why, after St John's day,
the temperature of the sea rises, and bathing
begins." New York Bun.
UP THE GLEN.
Vp the glen there Is oylvan laughter.
Tinkle of water and trill of son;;
There, In tbo hush that follow after,
Uen drops glisten and mooclieain throng;
Oh, there is weird, wild beauty then
Cp the glen. a via Orj.
nerber Spencer's Inqulltl venex.
"Herbert Spencer," said an Englishman
now in this country, who knows a good deal
of the great individual's habits, "is one of
tho most minutely observant men imagin
able. He takes an odd interest in tho most
trivial personal ieculiurities of a stranger,
and is apparently ossessed of a consummate
curiosity as to the motives of apparently un
imjKjrtant acta. When ho mc-U a new ac
quaintance he plies ho person, bo it man or
woman, yi-;tl innumerable questions. He will
ask such persons as to their dress and habits
of daily lifa If ho notices jiny peculiarity
of conduct at table he niiliMsitatinsly ihrusta
a question ar tho object of bis cunHy. IU
bus lived, for over twenty ycttr quietly with
a family o Ijond-jn suburb, where he sees
tmly such persons as it pleases him to know '
New York Press.
Df brick; tc'
"Wt-, Vk ' .y t
hem in cement
" - cunnuey should not be built
..0ac to lieams and rafters; there is where tho
cracks in your chimneys coijie, and where
most of tho fires originate, as tho chimney
sometimes gets red hot A chimney built
from cellar up is better and less dangerous
than ono hung on the wall. Don't get your
stovepipe nolo too close to the ceiling
eighteen inches from it Scientific Amer
Skilled Chinese -Woodworkers.
A skilled Chinese woodworker, who has ar
rieain iew i ork to take charge of the
fancy work on a Chinese town hall now being
bunt hi Mott street, puts on airs to the ox
tent of saying that American cabinetmakers
could not earn their tobacco money in China,
as most or their work, while grand to the
eye, was coarse in construction. Any skillful
Chinese woodworker, bo said, could make a
bedstead that would bo worth 10,000 in
China, but it wouldn't pay to mako such a
one here, as it would tako three years' time
and no American would lie willing to pay
such a price for a bedstead, except as a
curiosity. In China, he said, bedsteads are
valued as ornaments, as pianos are here.
A Very Remarkable Difference.
When doctors disagree who shall decide?
A bit of enterprise on the part of The Boston
Globe disclosed a remarkable difference of
opinion among the physicians of that city.
A reporter, in perfect health, visited ten
prominent Boston doctors and stated non
existent symptoms and requested a diagnosis.
The man's appearance physically was perfect
But notwithstanding this, each doctor diag
nosed the case in a different way. and each
doctor gave tho imaginary invalid a different
prescription. The diagnoses and prescrip
tions, together with the interview with each
doctor and a statement as to the reporter's
elegant health, were published in The Globe.
Detroit fveo Press,
AU Americans Discontented,
It is the opinion of - an Englishman who
has recently visited this country that all
says, "are discontented because they cannot
Americans are discontented. "The poor," he
enjoy the good things which wealth alone
can buy; the wealthy are discontented be
cause they have enjoyed all these good things
and find them flat, stale and uiiDrofitable:
while tho moderately well-to-do aro discon
tented because they have neither the s jcial
freedom enjoyed by the poor nor the social
consideration paid to the rich." New
Magazines for TMndliig.
If magazines are to be bound, it is bprtov
to have them untrimmed.sothat the margins
in the hound volume may be as wide
as possible. The binder has to shaya
off the edges to mako them even when he
binds the book, and if thev have already
been trimmed once by the magazine binder.
there is likely to be little marjriu left Even
even if the magazines are not to be bonnd.
most subscribers prefer them uncut Many
people like to cut the leaves with a paper
knife as they read. The Writer.
He Had llecouio Wise,
"Haven't you cot a carden of your own
asked a Central Market butcher pf a colored
'But you've got a place for one,"
'Rather lasy. aren't your
"No, sab. 1'ze simply got experience."
"2t to attempt to raise any garden trucK
in Detroit dat I can't bring into bouso an'
lock up at night" Detroit Freo Tress.
He Was Too Fuuny.
Charlie (dojectfcdijj Say, Tom, I'vo lost
my best girL J w
Tom No How did it happen?
Charlie Aw, I was altogether too funny
Tom Too funny! What do you mean?
Charlie Well, you see, the -yas crary to
have a pet dog, sq r gavo her a pug, and told
her I selected that kind because it matched
her nose so perfectly. Sec! Confound a
funny man, anyhow. Washington Critic,
Qff for the Spring,
Wife-rrJohn, dear, why do they call the
place a "spar
Husband Simply because it is Wiiere they
relieve you of all your spa cash. Pittsburg
A. Good Sagcestion.
In pulling out a sheet of paper from the
middle of a pile, give it a quick jerk, and the
chances are that the papers above and belovf
will not be much disturbed. "it J," in The
Of all the twenty-fix barons who signed the
Magna Cbarta, only three could, write their
As many as 3,000,000 wcarn. a the United
To Hulld a Chimney.
To build a chimnoy that viV diaw forever
and not fill up vrUU scot, you must 'bund i
!arg enough fcfxfce'iT inches suara; uso.
good brick, and clay yistead of llyAa to
the comb; plaster It vo nlu 0avmiiiT
with salt: for cLi.u'neV'tA.U ri-
rf I Nil "
States work for maw.
A(5RICri.TL7HA I, 1MPLF.MENTS.
Agricultural Implement", 0111 tluii.l HusgieH
and ltiitliford Wauoii, "Cm..! lin ber and
Hone liy." sold and Warranted. Main street,
between Sixth and Seventh.
FIIiST NATIONAL HANK,
of I'lattsuHitith. Capital jc.mmhi ; surnliu 1I -0(H.
John Fitp-iald, I'rri-ident ; S. Waiiuli
Cashier ; F. S. White. Vice-President. Hoard'
( HirettorH : John Fitzgerald. F. K. White
Jno. K. Clark. 1. liawkswoiiti.S. Vaue,h '
THE CITIZKN'S HANK,
of riattsmoui!.. Capital stork paid in, .ViOftoo
Frank Carruth, President: W. II. Cnsh'intf
l'-lllr:il ItuliL 111,. l.i-ltiuu., ....... ...I
tions reeeix-e prompt ud careful aiteiitlon.
Bi.ACKs.Mn:;. " "
r?iirrTr fivvi."i t
"'li'ekmtilth jnd Wajronn aker j'ieal'er In Wind-
i iiui.- unit v ii lilies.
poors AN 1 SIIOKS.
ff JOSKPH FITZEK.
t v?.!1,, .u.t:!,;.,',,iii""'' l""'l'tly attended
to. South Side Main street.
TJOOTS AN!,! IK'KM I
lf PK'l'uU y
A COUlOit t? '' ' .... ', , . .,. v i- ... i
ueuV'iiuU cleatiei than lliu ei.r-.t west oil
J'e AJissoiu-lKivvr. wvwiUAwla - . i
Jy IMir I II IIOU.H,
.1 It Til !,, W
Hot and Cold Haihsat all hours. I, tulles' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. 5lli
and Main, under CarruthV.
Hread, Cakes, Pies, Puns, etc., fre-h daily.
Party, Wedding and l-arcy Cake a specialty
Ice Cream in any quantity.
.1. 1. YOU NO.
Hookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer : Fancy
Cooris, Toys. Confectionery, Fine Cigars. Soda
Water and .Milk Snake, 1 lanosaud organs and
S. & f!. MA YKK.
tient's rurnisnmgs, rine lailor Made Clotlnna
in Men's, Hoys and Children's Wear. Their
prices defy competition. They misrepresent
nothing. I heir Word 's Their Soul.
O L. GOLD! NO.
Cloth're. Furni-hiinr Goods. Go to the old rp
liable house for Hats, Caps. Cnilirellas, Trunks,
jooi!, nnoes. iMaiu street, next una Co, liaiiK
c. e. wEscorr,
Clothing. Hats. Cans, Ac. Fine Furnishing!
our specialty. One price and uo Monkey Kns
inesc. It rays to trade with ns. Kockwood Blk
CAKUCTH CANNING CO..
Frank Carruth. Henry J. Streiglit, Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax Hraud V egetables.
CONFECTION Kit V.
I ruiti". Confectionery and Fine Cigars.
O. P. SMITH & CO,
Healers In Wall Paper, Paint. Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &c. Kockwood IJloi-k.
O EKING & Ci'.
Dings, Chemicals, Paints, Oil.
F. G. FKICKE A CO ,
Drugs. Medicines. CliemjcaU, Paints, Oils,
Varnifhi-s. Dye Stuff etc.. Fine (stationery,
Select Toilet and Fancy Articles.
J F. S. WHITE.
Dry Goods. Groceries. Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. corner Main and i;ih St.
Dry Goods. Notions and Ladies' Fnmisliinir
Goods, One door east First National Hank.
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES.
E. G. DOVEV SOX.
Carry a lirge stock of Fine Groceries, Dry
uooiis, carpets, ipieensware. Notions, nd
bancy Good, to he found pi the count v. Co
per Ma n Ftreer, between h and ;tli.
irrs pavf & sAin iT
The ramies-: Deutii-ts." Teeth extracted
withoutthe least pain or harm. Ar.iflcial teeth
inserted immediately after extract iiiii mitural
ones when desired. Gold nid all other Fillings
strictly first ylass Office in Uniou i'.Iock.
T? U RN IT v: K E .
c HENRY P.OECK".
Furniture. Bedding. Looking Glase. Picture
Frame, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets keDt
Furniture. Tailor Suits. Cnho'sterv Good.
Stoves. Oueensware, 1 Inware. and all kinds of
Household Goods. North uth street, between
Main and Vine.
ENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
J. H. DONNELLY.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hatter,
complete and tiuest stock in the city
Hlock, Cor. 5th and Main.
M. IS. MURPHY CO. .
The Leading Deatcrs in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden and Willow ware.
lour, t eed, c. Cash pa'd for country produce.
l.F.HNHOFF & SOENNlCILsEN,
Groceries, Provisions, Glassware Knd Crockery.
Green. Staple and Fancy Groceries.
HENNETT & TUTT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Green Frti( .d
Canned Goods. -
Groceries and Queeusware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery. Kiddle House.
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms. Sl.oo per day.
Special Attention given v'ojittnerual men.
W. G. KEEKER.
Successor to O. M. Streigiit, Harness, Saddlery
Goods. Net. Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur
Hardware, Stove. Tinware. Table and Pocket
Cutlery. Rasors, etc. Household Sewing Ma
chines and Jewel Gaeoline stoxi. 'J in work
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Alain
street, Kockwood Block.
O FRANK CARRITTIT & SOV
Always carry a line stock of Diamond. Watch
es. CI cks. Jewelry. Silverware and Soectarles.
Drop in and inspect the.irgt)Gds before parchas
mg elsewhere. '
" J. SCHLATER,
Jeweler. Waltbani Watches a Specialty, Main
ciicct, neat I um iu.
O B. A.
Watches. Clocks. Silverware and Jewelrv.
Special Attention given to Wateb Repairing.
Take Time by
ZDO - 1TOT .
OI K (iUKAT
vVo aro uador contract to open our 2Tair-
Tlutge who liuve nut taken ad vant;iif;
of tin I'ariiiiis ollcrcd l;iily at our (Jrcat
Closing Out Sale will regret it. wlitn we
At 60cts. per Pound, Worth 75c.
Dress Goods Sale, Great Cloak Sale,
Silk Sale, Carpet Sale,
Tmnk and Valise Sale.
We are too busy to make a Price List.
To accommodate the great rush we will keep our store ojien
until 10:00 o'clock p. m.
White IFront Dry Good
C. M. HOLMES & SON".
The Checkered Barn. Livery. Feed and S.'de
stable ; parties conveyed toall partsof the city.
Carriages at all trains. Corner Vine and ;ih.
Wlio'esnle smd Retail Dealer ill First Oualilv
P.i-ef Furl- Mutton Vev.l l.unili. etc. Silll
strett jievilie Block. Prices moderate.
.1. II ATT & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Reader their own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main street.
FICKLER & CO..
Eggs. Poultry Jce. We use o; ly the best grade
of native stock . Oysters and same in season.
C. F. SMITH.
Merchant Tailor, Main street, over Merges
shoe store. Complete slock of samples. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
MRS. J. F. JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latent Styles of Mil-
lincrv and Trimmings ; also Children's and In
fants"' Bur.neta. ty tie closed out at cost.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM.
Meal and Lunches sei ved to order at all hours.
Also Oysters, cigars. Tobacco, Pop and Cider.
Opposite Kiddle House.
Sample Room aud Billiard Hall. Choice Wines,
Ll'iuors and Cigar. Ballard and Pool Tables.
wi? u i s sTcti
Sample Roop,;. i:upoi ied and Dmuestic Wiues,
Liquors ai'.d Cigaiv. Only straight goads han
dled. Milwaukee Bottled Lager a Specialty.
Cor. 51 h and Main St.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
NUk Cunningham, proprietor Choice W infs,
Lipiors and Cigars. Pool aud Bil iurd Tables.
K'ddle Ho'J'e Block.-
THE ELK HORN SALOON.
Wm. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. Agents for
Fred lixug's Celebrated Lager Beer.
Watches ! Watches !
H. M. GAULT
Has moved and is now i$ ibc rthcrwooo
room, Cor, !; and Main Sts., wliere
h,e is licttcr able to show his
Large Stock of Watches,
CLOCKS AUD JEWELRY !
Than ever before, nnd 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 Full Line of
the best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be given Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satisfaction.
wo !J eeks era
CLOSING OUT SAL)-
erminate Aug. 27.
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
Tl-e only Dentists In the West eontroling thl
New System of Extracting and Filling Teeth
without Pain. Our anaesthetic is en
tirely free from
CHLOROFOK3I OH ETJIEK
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
Harmless - To - All
Teeth extracted and artificial tcelh inserlcP
next day if desired. The preservation of I lie
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS. GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORL
The very finest, c.flice In Union Block, over
Ihe CitizeLb' Bank,
R. B. WINDHAM, JOHN A. DAVlF.B,
Notary Puhllc. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - Law.
Office over Bank of Cass County.
Plattsmocth, - - Nebraska
AN. SULLIVAN. Attorney at lvr. Will
give prompt attention to all bujw in
trusted to him. Oftice in Union Block, East
side. Plattsmoutb. Neb.
Job work done on short notice at
he Herald oAlco,
H J I V . '
Mgf W I
m5l 3 ""3 3
CQo o vx s a
ti i Jt fcU r-1 n 2
M P ? m 5 S - t 3 h "
0- giH I M i
Powered by Open ONI