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I Li ATTS3IOUT1 1, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18SS,
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'I icvotrnr, -Attorney.
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F. M. Kt ii
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p ;.'y!.M.S. Pitt's
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I epi.ty ircaiurer. -
firptity ( . , -KetsordVi
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(.lork t ii"inul Cojrt,
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1). A. CAMftlKLL
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JoHS M. l.KVIIA
V. C. SuoyAl.TKH
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H.J Hl UK UPKKVIH.HS.
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A. B. DUKrtoX,
Lvvery Tucday evening f each ' ."v .'
trainoenl brothers arc reM.ccUi.Hy invited to
-LATTMOUTH ENCAM I'M EST :; ' ('
1 O F.. Hied every alternate lTI .17 In
.:u-h inmith in Hie Ma-onie Hall. Mima
Brothers are 1: vited.t attend.
flMCIO I.OIXIK NO. XI. A. O. U. W.-Me.-ts
1 everv nlnriian Frid:iy ev-nin sit Jv. of t -
hHll. Transient hiotlier an- rt!iitec;tfi!ly
.u.C toaltt i.ii. K..i; i,on.iiu.ij:ist;r Woikiii:iii ;
K rt.'S.ar-trt; Foreman ; Fran hrnwii. )v-r-
tMt 'l. r.ov.cn. ;ui.!; liwici! H.mfH'ortli.
l'.tui).'fi'r i l. J. J.dnisoii. Kl:incMT; J'..
Hinttli, U.-trnWur i M- Mai!ilt';t, laoi w.j
JrtCk iaiitibTtyt lnMe Cn;ti a.
C"ASS C VMl NO. 3i3. MOliEHN WuodMKX
' of Aineric-A Meet .second and ttnirtll M'-:i-(1
ay evening .".t K. of l lutll. All transient
lirotHer re requested to meet with lie. I.. A.
N.weo.ier. Veneral.io ;imiul;'J. K,
Worthy Adviser ; S. V. Wilde, Hanker ; . A.
VnA5Uft-I M.WIKM). C. A. . I'. W
1; Mwl v-ry Alternate Friday evening at
liiCk'wuoiJ liHll :it B oVJock. Ail transient 1'i'ot.i
4 arw rsl'e-'tfili'y invited to attend. !.. h.
l.Krtii. Al. W. F. Ili.y.1. Forei.iaw i . L
Wilde. ltej.rder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
ir.ATrsMoiTTiiLnniii:No.i. a. f. a.m.
1 Meetiou tlie lirxt and third Monday of
raeti ntli :it their hall. All transient broth
ers are cordially iin ited to meet with ii.
.1. t,. Uli'llKV, . M.
W M. llATg.Heeretary. .
7f.1M:.SKA "rilAITKIU NO. .1. 1C. A. M.
...H i t on-. viid fourth Tnt-day of ;:icli
jo..ri'-txt Mafol.v li .ll- Traiiy; irlit tiollieis
invited lo meet w.tl. .. y p
"V'M- IlAys, Secretary.
ION t OVMAPAKY. NO. ". K . .
,? Meet ltrt and tilinl U ed-ies.lav iiilit or
hii'l; lijotli ;.t Yt iso l.a!,. VisiUn;; brollies
, cordially invited to meet with us
Wm. II a v.-. Kec. F. K. W ii itk, L. .
'ivss(:orxt;iuNo ioji.kov.vl m:c.vxi .i
m. A-the eeeond and f.-urlh MoudaMi of
ach iiioiitli at Areaniim Hall.
r. C. MiNOit. Secretary.
rcr-OHIHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
J. W. jonssos : ..I'oniiiiander.
C. S.Tvyt-sS... Senior U'tf
uK.-. ,.:,f-,t S
.l.UNBi.)an: kmax.. ..litiarter Master S. iKf.
L C.riMtTi l'"t Chaplain
.?. in afirday evening
PL ATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Viet! Fresi.lent....
?od Vice I'rvsl.lept...
. Kolt. It VViii.lliani
V. It. Todd
... L'. Ileiriiiann
. K ,uiiiman
i.m ii ril ! 4
.1. C. Ukliev. K. K. White. J f. ratterson.
.? A. ronner. Is. Kl-on. C. W. Slierinan. F. t.or
d r, J. V. W eek bach.
present tlie following tiiuc
tried ami tire-tested companies:
.tneriean C?ntral-S. Lou!s, A.?ts $l.2.'W.10O
Jominercial Unton-Enijland. " 2..W.3H
Fire Assoclatloa-Philadelphia. 4.4l5..a
yrankliu-rhUadelp'.iIa, " 3,U7.16
:iome-Xo.w York. " ".5eV9
Ir. Co. of North America. Phil. " 8.1T1.?.2
'.MWfOOJS London & Olobe-Eng " .H3.7S1
tfi Btitisl; Mcicantilfc-IiQ :' a,3Ti,,"5l
rarwtch L'nioii-Enzlaud. " U2..l00
?riugfleld P. M.-Spriiiifiield. " 3.04i.9l5
7 - T-tV. Assets. 12.US.TT4
;m Idjcstd fciii Paia at t'aisAgrncy
WHEN YOU WANT
3. CGr. Eaarscn,
Cot. 15th anl Qraaitc Streets,
iraotor and Builder
Itandlls ami Io!i' 011 C.mil Terma Hit
Onn A not Iter Au In.'i.lenL.
My tlireo ilaV htay at a frimnl's plantation
tia en.iM.'.l mo to seo in all It bhockln
reality liow intimately tlio bandit ami x
lfco aro leuucsl. My Luat ii 11 Hi m lliuver
in tuo axiom that "ji1uKmi-o 1 tho Lost art
of valor,' nnil ho voluntarily ilouble.1 the
trihuto tho Ih-indits nske.1 of him. " Von can
coino to my pfuco in safety, he wrote to me
in answer to my uue-stion fi to tl:a iclabili
1fln of u4y being' kl.lnaiK'd. ' for I ay Jniy
contribution regularly ami the bumlit.s have
prontUod to resit-ct my friends. My ex
perience has taught me to fear tho jiolice
more than the bandits, for the latter, at
least, are satisllod with a stiiuhieJ :i,n, mid
keep thpirwai whereas tho' fornu-r nro iii
iitiablo and liover fullill tht-ir promirfo.
Tho bandits and tho police barcfiicetlly ia
rade the street arm in arm. Seated on the
piazza of the hou.-) at dusk my' Loet 1 mi ";
out to mo the V.rigiuU c'uiet, who wriiia
group of f rlt-iid-j CUllic tn "fTi cveryeven
in to visit the ' guinbliiiK houses, a the
uKes 'of 'tlit-ir Inferiors iii the tiv nro not
..tr.uiiiiy Jugii tu t jccito any intores-t in
ttmiu, Tlie di iff ttlX'Jkd ii'.to tho groumLs
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: ..n..r niVfli nvlll 1:110
and I wero seate.1 at our favorite place, an
I was inironucco. iy . d
compnnion famili'.ily and wct lov 'VlI1
liumowas iiK-ntiono4, eyeing mo i-l.wel' uu
tlie while, (hough lie pretouded not tos-6 my
outstretched hand. Ho was tall, spare and
:ile; his long half wo throw 1; bacL lr,.n a
high forehead, ami tho bhtckost pairof evyji
I liavo ever feTi "JJiinJiiiJ ..a,ttiy
face. lib suiuii and well kept hands,
whoso dainty finger
tips revealed the
with his black and flowing nmsta-ue.
whilo ho told tjs of his losses at tho gaming
b tho night ijei'Ot'.c. On learitirig I was to
leavo tho following night ho promised to send
one of his iuen with me to 00 mo safely to
the rail kvay station. As I hesitated in ac
tpiing his offer, he forced mo to acquiesce
by telling me it would bo much safer for me,
'for," sai.t he, with a sweet smile, "all of my
men do not know 3-GU as well as I. and the
escort will 01 dy cost you an ounce." (?17.)
Without giving me time to thank him he
Lade us good night and strode rapidly away.
My friend, paliiio.1 my foars by assuring me
the fellow's word could bo relied on," and
whilo wo smoked a good ImUmo ho enter
tained mo with a recital of this bandit's ad
ventures and crimes.
As I expressed surprise at the bandit's re
fusing nvy proffered bund, he explained to
mo that hand shaking among that class is
considered a most sacred thing, and signifies
cither an acknowledgment of debt and n
promise of payment, or a sign of life long
friendship. They cannot shako hands whilo
they aro in debt, and, as ho had told us of his
bisvses at tho came, his conduct' Tjecame clear
to inc.' At the appointed hour a rough and
murderous looking wretch presented him
self at tho plantation and accompanied
me to the train. Though everything pasvj
ctjf smoothly, I freely confess tbat when I
jeached my old quarters in this city I
breathed easier. The state of utter helpless
ness to which respectable ersons have leen
reduced is one of the saddest results of this
pernicious government, and it docs not no?d
much argument to prove that tho jerpotually
increasing strength of tho bandits is a serious
menace to our social fabric. Cor. New York
anltiMv XoUscneo in ftaly.
3N'ot oidy among the lower classes does one
find nn absolute disregard, for all sanitary
laws, hu-.ro underground receptacles which
jlll th I'uUdiags wlHive witl) r(pons and
,Ais.u-His tj;i-c" btiii, in 11:11 vci'-'-al u-n. Caro
is not often considered neeess;;ry, but who:i it
becomes imperative the contents of ti;e:?
infamous rcsi-rvoirs nro pumped into carts to
be taken away, tuo pi:ej pa. sing through the
rooms and hallways as the only r.iciii.i of
ac-.i-ss. After l'.:o terrible cliol.-ra wn;r;;o
in ISM t'.ie parliament vou d Naples UW.Oo;),-i-jn
lira e.s :i tn'isidy to cnablo the city-to U.'.n
"ny:;ie:iic pivcautio:i.,' agaitit si second visita
tion, but jho money is being u-ed for I'urpoe
of embellishment, and as jet nothing has
l?n done toward improvi ig Its sanitary
The whole nation looks stunted in size, and
as though vitiated through and through by
an inheritance of loathsome disorders. In
one day in the streets of any Italian city one
rnn sco n creater variety of disgusting do-
formifies than n fftn yesr.. it .'liicago, not
lu lake inta "aceoiiuti tho d eyes with which
the lower orders seem universally tuliieted.
Tho streets are nicely paved u:ii v.x-il swe't,
but are full of offensive sights and vde
odors, no regard for public decency being
apparent. U;ie maj- Ik: Li vain throughout
the length and breadih of tin's beautiful peu
i;isuki for a siugle s;yot .!:erein can bo found
that 'ic'tanliJi'-'SS which is akin tq goilUnessit
and equally v-iiii ikiil le his soarch for any.
thing approaching iionesty or fair dealing-.
Vriioicsale 1'rau.ls such as aro perpetrated ill
our country are seldom heard of, bat mia
represeutatiou and petty pilfering have not
so often been designated national traits with
out good reason, tho Italians thinking per
haps the splendor of their sky and scenery
is nil sufficient. Florence Cor. Chicago
Cremation of City Caylagc. ,
The terrible poisoning of rivers and.
streams, by dumpingHuta them the garbage
of cities and large towns, has become so se
l iGiis that sonio vievjep is sought to avoid tho
danger, and thomeed of incurring the danger.
Saveral 1-uropean cities have carried sewer
age and garbage to public fields, to be util
ized on a systematic plan. Tho lafc.st device
is to cremate tho garbage in furnaces spe
cially constructed for t hat purpose. Chicago
has inaugurated tho pbuj from dire necessity.
England has largely put the plan into prac
tice, and is well satisfied. Forty-live EuglisU
towns are already using furnaces. Tho Chir
cago furnace disposes of iifty tons a day.
pi J. M. Keating, of Memphis, says: "There
js no real safety but by cremation ;" and ho in
sure that Vackej) ingenuity, now on the
right track, will furnish the best and cheap
est furnace. I: is evident tc casual observers
tliat our streams must not my longer suffer
pollution. Epilemies of tbe worst sort may
bo expected from such a source. Globe-Democrat,
The paiu frota a felon can bo at on cere;
lieved by smoke from woolen rags. Place the
rag's under an ' inverted flower jot and put
coals upon them, or sot on fire son 10 other
way, then bold tbe felon over the smo. 3 aut
it will extract all tiia pain.
Confldeiire lu tl.e liurtrmier.
Did you evi r think how very much talk is
hurled at a imrtender Ho has to listen to
all kinds of ieoplo talking on all kinds of
subjects. Frequent drinking makes a glib
tongue, and matters that mitj'jt be regarded
us ttate secrets outside tho r.- lo of the bur
room aro there discussed with a shocking
luck of reiiervo. Tho f uniiy part of it is that
the bartender is taken seriously into tho dis
cussiou and Ids opinions are treated as of
great rfipt-c-t and authority by crsons who,
when sober, have no companionship with the
mixer of drinks. Thiuk of a man taking his
business ufTairs, his family affairs, his love,
affuirs, to bo submitted to tho judjrityv.ii of a
bartender, and j'ou wiUhriii mind what
actually l.nppyi very, very often. Place a
wLuo aproned man behind a whisky bar, and
he becomes, in many instances, tho leader in
thought and expression of those who exchange,
money for drinks over tho two v walnut
board thut epMfnt; iiiem. 'Bartender in
fjir.iv; Xv-mociat ' '
Maniifarturlni; Imitation Mommies.
A gentleman tviy Portland, Ore., who has
just ydm ned from an extended foreign tour,
was asked why ho had not brought home
from Egypt, among other curios, a mummy.
Ho said thero was a great deal of fraud in the
mummy business. Persons purchasing mum
mies, of course, J iV to gwt t'leui s .veil prj- .
Ltrca nnauuim ai !"''; us iossiuie, ami, atf
thoSo lound are generally in a more or less di
lapidated condition, venders have engaged in
tho business of jufiiipirM'tuv:'.! bo.o.s
... 1.., ..rr,. t ,. M 1. f,
111 1 a.n.fv.i iv .1 nrt
.r their carouses, pajung there
for a sum suflicient to make their remaining
days short and sweet. These fellows aro pre
served and pickled, und then smoked until
they are good imitations of the genuine muui
njy. Whole rows of these articles cau be seen
In a smoke house at once. When sufficiently
dry they are wrapped in mummy cloth and
told to Americans chiefly, bringing a high
price. Cleveland Leader.
ItHthers lu Oiled Silk.
Tho latest fad among bathers is to wear
costumes lined with oiled silk. This was
told as a secret by n j'oang lady to w hom
was propounded tho interrogatory why she
was able to stay in the water so long. You
see, tho oiled silk prevents ".he wacec- from
penetrating, and enables the bathtr to stay
iii the water a long time without becoming
cold. This new innovation was gotten up
through a wager between two ladies as to
which could stay in tho longest; and one of
them, through natural ingenuity, bethought
herself of oiled silk, and won tho wager.
While her rival emerged from the briny with
chattering teeth, tho other bobbed up in the
water serenely and smiling. San Francisco
A oicrican I.a:inis in, paii,
"When peoplo prate of novelties found only
in Paris, confound thein by stating that the
tall lamps which decora to fashionable draw
ing rooms are unknown to tho conservative
Parisian households. Two of tla-se "piano
lami.s,u f.s they aro sometimes called, were
carried over as gifts in Juuo and set up in
ouo of tho most elegant apartments in Paris,
where they instautly created a sensation.
French taste has beou forced to admit that
American tasto is to tho front in the matter
of lamps at least. New Orleans Times-Democrat.
j-oncemen, letter carriers ana yiners w uyso
.Tccupation kofps 'iheiii on their feet a great
deal, often ar-o troubled with chafed, sore
and blistered feet, especially in extremely hot
weather, no matter how comfortably their
shoes may fit. A powder is i.setl in the Gee
man army fritfting into tho shoes and stock
ings of the foot noldiers, culled "Fusstreu
pulver," and consists of three parts salicylic
acid, ten parts starch and eighty-seven parts
pulverized soapstoue. It keeps the feet dry,
prevents chafing and rapidly heals soro spots.
Finely pulverized soa;stono alone is very
.rood. Scient i fie A merica 11.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
2&eeide2it X3 enlist.
Preservation of tlie Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Aucstlu tics given for Paix
i.kss Fii.usii on Extkaction of Tketh.
Artificial teeth m a tie en Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Platis, nr.tl insertpcl
as soon as tcttli are ctnict(.'(l wheu tip
All work warrantctt. Prices reasonable.
Fitzseralo's Bl,-civ 1'i.attsmouth, Neh
"MEN OF 3! A UK."
Rey. J. W. Simmons, D D-
This book is oire that every loyal per
son should possess. It tells of nil the
foremost colore.l men pf the i.nueil
States. It giv-fis their biographies, and
has over 100 tine steel engravings.
JOHN O, BOONE,
Agent for Cuss County.
G. B. KEMPSTEB,
Practical ?m end. Onan Inner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and organs. Office at lSocek"s
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
B. & Nl. Time Table.
No. 1. t a. tn.
N.-. a. e :il p. m.
No. 5 9 :.'-i a. m.
No. 7.-7 :45 i. 111.
Np, ?.-1 p. m
No. 4. f :."0 a. in.
No. C7 :13 p. m.
No. S. 9 -JM a. V.
N0.9.-6 :t. p. ni.
No. 10. 9 :45 a. m.
1 1, t..;i. .. u-nv r.f Omaha pxePTit
Xoh 7 and 8 which run to and from Schuyler
daily xeept Sunday.
Ko. M is a l unto Pacific Junetlon'at a.Soa.m.
No.W Is a etub from Pacific Junction at llaaii.
15 USI X ESS 1)1 it i:ctok v.
ACUK 1' f.TU KA I. I M 1'I.K.M KXTS.
II A I.I. .V I I A I ; .
Airi ieiill 11 ra I Implement, '0111 1 land l!iig(ie
and Knt Ii ford iiKim", "(iood 'lli:iler and
Hone Dry," .sold and Warranted, .t.im street,
between Siih and Seventh.
VI KST NATIONAL HANK. I
of flat tsm. nil h. Capital .v.Mi.ooe ; si'.pluy $11,- :
mm. John KitGerald, l'r?ndeiil ; S. Waui;li.
Cashier; b K. While, Vice-President. Hord !
of I ii rectors : John l-"iterald. K. K. White, j
Jno. It. Clark, D. iiau ksi.01 1 h, S. V;oih. 1
X THE CITIKXS HANK,
r PIhI tsmoiil I.. Capitsl Moek paid !, -(i.u.
Prank Cariuth, Pret-i.leut ; VV. II. Cuslun,
Cashier; .1. A. Connor, Vice-l'refide nl. A
ceneial baiikint; i.i-fies truii'-ailed. Collec
tion" rec'-r. e prompt and eaielul atientioii.
It'll". EliT DOXXJil.LV.
Hlacksmit h mid V;r;!',.nia. vr. Dealer in V!nd-
-P- josia-ii Ki iziu:,
Hoots and Shoes. I;iinn promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOO r.S AND MIDI'S.
PIC'l Kit .ME HUES.
A COlil plete ii-"eri i'l l;t ( v.- y i-' Ii I V ! ' . , .
ear ami eh. ii.. 11 1 i..i inc. e!,-t-.-..l . S.t of
the .VUssoii.l I'.iv.r. Alay. e,aiit'i:tli Jo and
ta KbEK n a 1 irAjri7?:' '
1 j.;Li. Ai"' . -
iU'l a-Md A.- "ii ns:it uii';U Ladies and
.....ir. ii s Hair Culling a specialty. t'n. -;h
and Main, under CarruthV.
1'. ST A HELM ANN.
Hread, Cakes. Pies. Puns, etc., fi-Ii daily.
Pari v, We.ldnit: and Pa'cy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
j. p. Yorxo,
Kookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
(ioods. Toys. Coiifeclioneiy, Fine ij;ars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, l"iano"and Organs and
Cent's Furiiishiiigs, Fine Tailor Made ("lothim;
in Men's. Hoys' and Children's Wear. Their
prices defy com pet ition. Thev misiej.resent
notiiiin;. 1 1 . e i r VVer.l "s Their Soul.
VJ I.. .tl. DINii.
Clotn'i'p. Furiiiliiiijj ;ood Co to the old re
liable house for Hats, Caps. I'mbrellas. Trunks,
Hoots, Shoes. Main street, next ('ass Co, Ka:ik.
p LOTH IXC.
V ". K. WESC'OlT.
Clothing. Hats, f'ans, ,ve. Fine Fiirnisliings
our specialty. One price and no Monkey Pus
iness. Jt 1 ays to trade with us. Kockwood Hlk.
vj o.vKiu rn caxnin(; c;i..
I'l'Miik Carrutli. Henry .1 StW-Uit. Proprietors.
Packers of the C-liuii. Hl'and Vegetables.
I'llll. 1,111 KKAl'S.
1 ruit. Confeetioiici'v and Fine ciga'p.
O. P. SMI ills. f'O.
Dealers In Wail I'aper. Paiid. Oil. Ai t Mater
ials. Cigars &e. Hoc!, wood block.
0EIMV: ."i C".
Ding-, Chemicals, Paints, Oils.
F. O FK.'CKE A- CO..
Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals. Paints, Oi;.-,
Varni.-lus. Dye S'ull's etc.. hiue Mationeiy,
Select T.-ilet and Fancy Articles.
V. S. WHITE.
Dry Hoods, (troeeries Notions. Oeneral Mer
chandise, etc. s. E. corner Main and c.sh S;.-.
Dry Ciirili. Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
Hoed". One ioor east First National Haa!;.
DKV HOODS. (iliiTKHlKS.
E. O. DOVEV .S. SOX.
Carrv a l uge stock of Pine droeeries, Dry
Hoods, Carpets. ieensv;ire. Notions, i nd
Fancv (iood", to he found in the comity. Up
per Ma 11 street, between .".h and liili.
L 1) .t'AlEOiSMlTII,
"Thii i'aiiiies iientitn."' Teeth elr;ietod
wiihoutthe least pain or hat'in. .Ar.ttici;M teeth
inserted immediately alter extr-.scl ing i:taral
ones when desired, "oold ami all other Fillings
strictly flivt cias. Oflice in I'nion block.
i' HENKY P.OECK.
Furniture. Hedding. looking (Ilassc. T'ieture
Frame", etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
t. Alt 1.51 AN.
Furniture. Tailor Suit", Fpho'stery C.ood".
Htoves."oueensware, 1 inware. and ail kinds of
Household (ioods. North !'i street, between
Mam and Vine.
GENT'S FFRXISHINO HOODS.
.1. II. DON NULL V.
Cents Fine Furnisher and Hatter. The mrst
complete and finest stock in the city. Cari'i'.ta
Hlock, Cor. . Mh and Main.
M. MURPH V CO..
The Lending Dcwlers in tiroceries. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed.&c. Cash pa'd for country produce,
i.r.11 . tiur r i: fut.Hii3Wi
(iroeeriee. Provisions, Classware snd Crockery.
Hreen. Staple and Fancy C.roceries.
BesNi.Tr &. tutt.
Staple and Fancy Hrov-eries, tlreeii Fruits and
firorerie and Ouetitivvvare, Fiour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery. Riddle Hou-e.
Proprietor City IP-tel. Terms, Sl.oo per day.
Special Ai tent ion given commercial men.
W. O. KEEFER.
Successor to O. M. StrHght. Harness, Saddlery
(ioods. Nets. Robes, Dusters, and all horse (va
. j - .
Tl JOHXFOX 'EROS..
Hardware. Stoves. Tiswr.re, Table and Pocket
Cutlery. Rasors, etc Iloiiselinld Sewing IMa
rhines and Jewel (iasollne "toven. '1 iuwork
of all kinds- done nt reasonable prices. Alain
street, Rockwood fclock.
J FRANK CARKUTII & SON.
Always carry a fine stock of Diamonds. Wat .di
es. I cks. .lew eirv, rMiv ei ai i'-o. .-i-.i.w.n-.-..
Drop in and inspect thi-g.;Od.i.eioie parchas- j
leg elsewhei'w ' j
J. SCH LATER, 1
Jeweler. Waltha1 Watches a Specialty. Main I
Street, near tourtu.
J B. A. McELWAIN.
Watches. Cloeks. Silverware and Jewelry.
Special Attention given to Watch Repairing.
Two weeks More
Take Time by
"DO - 2ST O IT .
on: (jijkat ci.osiNd oft sale
Wo aro under' contract to opon oir 2Tair-
TIiu.-o who li.-ive not t.'ikcn :i I v;i n t:i ':
of tlie 1 5;i renins ojlV-ml daily at our (ileal.
C-losino' Out Sale will regret it when we
500 I os
At 60 els. per Pound, Worth 75c.
Dress Croods Sale, Groat Cloak Sale,
Silk Sale, Carpet Sale,
Ve are too busy to
To nec.iiiin.olate the rieat ru-li we will keep our slope o.cu
until 10:u0 o'clock i. in.
SOLOMON & NATHAN,
White Sprout llry Ooocls SIoiis - Main Nt,
C. M . HOLMES .'i S.O . .
Tbe Clieckci-R.l Hani, i.iverv. K.-ed
I hi: i.im n ici; .......... ---
stable ; par' ies CJnevcd to a! I parts of the city.
Ci'iliye-at all trains. Corner Vine and ctli.
Who'esidc ami Retail Dealer in Fiit uaiitv
Reef. Pork. Mutton Veal. Lanih, etc. sixth
stree', Neville Hlock. Prices moderate.
J. HAT T & CO..
Kill their ow n Cattle. Reader their own Lard
and Cure their own Hacon. Main street
Fag.-, Po.i!n v J6f. We use o ly the best trade
ot native stock. Oysters and game in season.
C. F. SMITH, i
Merchant Tailor. Main ftreet. over Merges ,
shoe store. Complete stock of sample", r it
guaranteed. Prices defy competition. j
ii " .i! i i." miivanv
.......i.a i (,, i.f ii,u I yhi. t im.-iiw .if1 ?,Til-
lliierv H'id 'fiimini.igs , ao Cnildren's and lu
iaati' bonnets, to he closed out at cost.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM .
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at a' I hours.
Also Ovsters, cigars. Tobacco, Pop and Cider.
Opposfte Riddle House.
JOHN EL A K E.
Sample Room ami Billiard Hall. Chop- Wine",
Liquors and Cigars. Rilliard Pool Ti.b'.es.
O , KAllM c KLIETCir. I
Sainple Room. Imported and Domesl ic V.'ines,
Lhpiois and Cigars. Only straight goods ban- t
died. Milwaukee Bottled Lager a Sj.eilalty. :
Cor. 5th and Main St.
THE AMERICAN EXCIIANOE. .
Nit k Cunningham, proprietor t . hoiee Winrs.
Liipiors anl Cigars, l'ool and Hil iard Tables.
R'ddle Iluii'e Hlock.
SAMI'LE ROOM !
THE ELKHORX SALOOX. I
Wm. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of:
Soda Water, birch Heer. Cider, etc. Agents fur :
Fred Krus's (Celebrated Laer Heel',
MJ Jl ' jl" ' '
Watcb.es! Wat&lies !
H. 11 GAULT
lias moved and is now in the Shtrwooci
room, Cor. 5th and Main Sts., vliere
he is better aUle t;i fcliow his
I. :'.rge Mtock of Watclies,
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY !
Than ever before, and will as an induce
ment sell you Watches way down. Call
and get the Special Prices in Gold WaU li
es; iTwill surprise you. A Full Line of
the best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing Will be given Special Atten
tion. AU work warranted to give satisfaction.
make a Trice Li.-t.
!? - W -sr
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
j "Painless Dentists."
The only Denti-t" in the West coi.trollng lM
i New System of Extracting and Filling 'leetli
' without Pain. Our anae'lhetic is en
tirely free from
CHLOROFORM OK KT 1 1 Kit
AXI IS ABSOLUTELY
Harmless - To - All.
Teeili extracted and artificial teetli Inserlrd.
nxt.lavif desire.1. I he preservation oi the
" njitural teeth a specialty.
! GOLD CR0V.KS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE TOL
The very finest., office in Ui.Ioii L.'cck, ov r
The Ciiizei ' Eniik,
R. ii. WINDHAM, JollN A. D.W1KK.
Notary Public. Not my rrffc.
.ttornGyss - at - Law.
oaU-e over Batik of Cass County.
Plattsmouth, - - Neejaia
VN. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
(?Ive prompt attention to l) tiindnps In
trusted to him. Office io fjnkin Eiock, East
side. Plattsmouth. Net,
JotU work done on short notice at
he Herald office.
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