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PliATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST JiJJ, 1888.
WENT DOWN AT GOLDEN GATE.
TITE SINGING SCIIOOL BUSINESS DIKECTOUY.
F.M. KM IIKY
W K FOX
- Jamm PATTEKSON, JK.
- BVKO.V CL.AIIK
. S CUKKOKI)
W II MAI.IcK
Couacllmeii, 1st ward,
J V Wrtkhacii
I A SAI.IHbUllY
I ) M JON Kit
1 tH. A SlIIFMAN
t M K M UK PHY
1 S W DUTTON
1 I M Cam.kn. Pars
J W JonNH'',CllAIHMAN
1 11 IlAWIWWOBTU
Deputy freiisurer, -
I. A. CAMfBr.LL
KXA CM H. HKI KI.U
V. U. Pool.
John M. I.kvua
W. C. hllOWAl.TKK
Al.l.KN Ur. KitOJf
Recorder of De eds
Do put y Recorder
OlorK I District Co irt.
Supt. of Pub. School.
County Ja Uo.
. UOAKJJ OK UPKKVIlOKit.
A. B. Toitt)
Ch'm., - riallsmouin
weeping w ir
A. B. Dl -KOX,
w -- w
O. O. F. -Meets
V'eve'ry Tu" lay evening of each week. All
transient brothers ate respectfully invited to
1I.ATTMO(TriI ENCAMPMENT No 8. .t).
O. V.. meet! every alternate, r rlday In
each month In the Ma-onic Hull. Visiting
Brother aro Invited to attend.
rnuio lAun-.K no. . a. o. u. w. Meets
- every attentat Fri day evening at K . of I .
hall. Transient brother art respectfully lu-
vin.il f. :t. -ml. F.J. Morgau. Master woniman
v h it r.t..w foreman : Frank Brown. Ovt-r-
iwr! I. liowcn. Guide: l-oii:e llounworth
Itecord-r: II. J. J..hnsoi. Financier : vVali
Kmith. Iti-reiver; M. Ma bright. Pant M. V.
Jack Haunherty. lus'Ue tiuard.
1ASH CAMP Xtl.Sfi, MODKUS WDODMKS
J nf Aiii.ti.m .Meets lecond and fourth Mon
d av evfiilnir at K. of P. hall. All transient
l.r..i lir mrt- rfiiiie.steil to meet witll II-. I.. A
Mani hit. Venerable Consul : 'I. F. Nile,
Worth Adviser: S.C. Wilde, Hanker: W. A
lltATTSMOUTII I.OIM1E SO. 8, A.
o. u. w.
Meet everv alternate rlday evenliiK hi
Hock wood hall at o'clock. All transient brotli-
Ifuliv invited to attend. I. W
l.nrson, M. W. ; F. Hoyd. Foreman : S. C.
Wilur. Kecorder ; LeonarJ Andersou. Overseer.
lll.AT rBMOL'TH !.DliE NO. (i. A. F. A
, F. A A. AI
M.t- ii the lirt ami third Monnays oi
each month at their h.ill. All transient uiotn-
ers are cordially invited to meut with us.
J. G. U- lifi V, W. M.
Wm, Hats. Seereiary
XO. 3. K. A. M
iipl4 ti-eitiid and fourth Tued.y of each
month at M:iou' Hail. Traimcieiit
are invited to meet with us.
Vm. Hav. Secretary.
wiiitk, ii. r
-T ViiiJ l'ilMMAM)A!!Y. NO. ft. K. T.
JlMeet llrst and third Wednesday liiijht of
each month at Mso hall. isitinj; urotnerg
are cordially iuvited to meet with it.
Wm. Havs. Kec. K. E. Whitk, E. C
ii;s('in!CIL0 to-Jl.HOY AI. KCANl'M
SJ niei-t i!ie reconil and fourth Mondays of
each mouth at Arcanum Hall.
K. N. Ulkks, Keicent.
1. c.Mikck. riocrptary.
4- McCOMlHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
J. W. .Toiinsox fommander.
C. S. Twmsl
F. A. MAT Its
:o. Nil km
oillcerof the lay
..Quarter Master Serirt,
JL. '. ClUtTIS.
Meeting Saturday evening
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President. Kobt. It Windham
1st Vice President V. II. Todd
2nd Vice President Win Neville
Secretary F. Herrmann
Treasurer V- K. Oulhiuan
J. C. Kfchrv. K. K. White. J. C. Patterson,
J. A. Conner. B. KIou. C. W. Sherman, F. t!or
dT, J. V. Wei-kbacii.
Represent the following time
tried ami lire-tested companies:
American Cen'r.il-S. Louis. Assets $1,258,100
Commercial Uiiiou-EnKland. " 2.K.3U
Fire Awochition-Polladelphia. 4,413.576
Franklin-Philadelphia. " 3.117.100
Home-New York. " T.R55.If9
las. Ca. of North America. Phil. " 8.47U62
Liverpool&London & U'.obe-Eug " C.C3d.781
North British ft Mercantile-En " 3.373,754
Korwich Union-England. " 1.2ir.4f6
Hpringfleld K. & M.-SprinDeld, " 3,044.915
' Total Assets. 542.115,774
H3S83 AJjnitel 'M Paid at liisAgency
v;hhn you want
Ha. Gr. 3Eaai?soxi.
Cor. 12th aud Granite Streeta.
Qcntraotor and Builder
The Two Vessels Collide In a Dense
Fog and One of Them Sinks to
the Bottom In Loss 1 nan
Found Craves in the Ocean.
Han Francisco, Aug 22. One of the
most terrible marine disasters that ever
ore u red on the Pacific coast happened in
the bay of Sun Francisco a short distance
from Golden Gate at 10 o'clock this
The steamer City of Chester left her
dock here at 9;30 and started on herreg
ulftr trip to Eureka, on the northern coast
of California. An unusually large nuta
ber of passengers stood ou her decks and
waived adieux to friends standing on the
wharf. The Chester tteanicd slowly
down the bay, and when within two miles
of the Heads encountered a thick for so
peculiar to that locality. Captain Wal
lace, of the City of Chester, began blow
ing his steamer's whittle to warn all ves
seli of his approach. The Chestr pro
ceeded cautiously on her way when tho
hoarso sound of another whisle floated
across the water. Captain Wallace an
swered the signal aud gavo the proper
warnincr to the stranccr to nos. oa the
port side. This was evidently not under
stood, for in one moment those on board
saw the huge provy of the Occidental aa(
Oriental steamer Oceunic euerj4 from thj
The Oceanic had just arrived
lloug Kong and Yokohonin, and
moving up the bay to )icf dock.
huge steamer was so close to the Chester
that there was no possibility for the lat
ter to escape. The cabin passengers were
nearly all on deck and the captain, seeing
the danger, called on them to prepare for
the shock. A panic at oneo ensued, par
ticularly among the women and children,
of which there was a lare number. The
Oceanic struck the Chester on the port
side at the gangway, and the shock was
terriiTic. Jlcr prow cut into the (Chester's
upper works and then crushed down he
bulworks, tearing the groat timbers nud
iron plates and breaking into the state
rooms and cabins.
The wildest confusion prevailed among
the passengers. They crowded together,
some shreiking with fear and others pray
ing for help. The bow of the Oceanic
crashed into tlie tnjddje of the Chester,
cutting her almost in halves and causing
her to reel under the terrible blow.
Whcrj the vessels were lofkeel n number
of the passengers were passed up over
the Oceanic's bow and rescued in this
way, but an eooji as the large steamer
could clear herself she swung around ad
immediately began to lower her forty
At the moment of the fchock the most
of the ofiicers aud crew of the Chester
seemed to lose possession of their senses-,
and several passengers stated afterwards
that some of the crew took the first im
portunity to climb aboard of the Oceanic
and left the passengers to cut away the
boats, aud one of these was lowered as
soon as possible and a number of the
passengers taken off in them Others
provided themselves with life preservers
and jumped overboard. The greater
portion, however, were compelleil to re
main on the steamer, which begau to set
tle immediately after the collision. Tor
rents of water beuan to rush into her
hold and in five minutes after the colli-
ion the Chester disappeared sinking, in
fifty fathoms of water,
Those of the possengers and crew who
- I T 1
came to tue suriace were picKeci up iy
the Oceanic's boat, but the greater num
ber were drawn down by the rushing
water and neyer appeared iigain,
As soon as it was known around the
bay that a collision had occured a num
ber of tugs and boats of every descrip
tion went to their assistance and render
ed what assistance they co.uld in picking
up the living or dead. Of the twenty
three steerage passengers only two were
accouted for this afternoon, and it is be-
ieved the others were lost. The cabin
passengers numoerecj seventy, auu oi
these ten are lost.
The names of the cabin passengers lost
are as follows: G. W. Anderson, Oak
land, Cal.; Mrs. S. E- Prater, San Diego,
Mrs. C. II. llaney, Eureka, Cal.; J. A.
Hampton and wife. Virginia, N-v. ; C. T.
Davis, Springfield, Cal., and Miss Davis,
lis niece; J, Greer, Ifapa, Cal.; Miss
Welch and M- Porter. - . -
Tho followiug members of the rew
are lost: I, is. vnamoers, Stewart; it.
Fulton and Adam Richmond.
None of the survivers were landed
ULtil 1 o'clock, and at a late hour this
afternoon there was still much doubt as
to the number of those lost, -
ttAoniiNU tAPRESSION JO A CLASS
OF LITTLE GIRLS.
A Improvement on the Metboda of
tho Old Fashioned "Slogln Skate'
Teacher A Surprised Audience Novel
Features of a Rehearsal.
IIow to sing with tho eyes is tho burden of
a nevr system which Mr. W. L. Tomlins
taught a choir of seventy-five little girls for
a public performance at the Musio Teachers'
convention in the city.
The girls were ranged in a sort of araphi.
theatre, with Mr. Tomlins and the piano in
the center. "Now," said Mr. Tomlins, "I
want you to mean what you sing; I want you
to let your faces show what your voices are
uttering; I want you to be merry when the
music is merry, and sad when the music is
I be girls began to run up tho seal a "Low
at first," said their teacher. "Imagino mo to
bo ill in bed. You have come to usk after
And tho maidens, with nn uir of concern
and lengthened faces, and notes ouito low
but clear, tiptoed their way gently ulong tho
"tiouder," cried Mr. Tomlins; -I am bet
ter; 1 am convalescent; 3011 aro happy to
know that I tiball soou lo out again."
And witu expressions of jov, with smile
and congratulations, the giiU went over tiie
'And now," shouted Mr. Tomlins, "I am
as well as ever. I u:u out with vou for a oie-
nic. It is tho Fourth of July, and waare
romping 111 tho (iedv'
A ith u wild Unic of song tho little ones
rushed up tho scale with a tremendous fi:i
Hold 0:1 to tho top note," sr.iJ Tlr Tom
litis, "ilold on to it. Imagine that you are
U' l!l 1113 CjOUlli. 1
Tr.'ii'i' Yuui-fcc'lf bttlotin
iky Lp up up. Ziov.
rols ll'ii Vi;i ill tho i.
of lly flatttr down
The speelutors applauded vigoroulv. They
had never seen so much sigulleunce extracted
ro:n an octavo. And the singer, having
within tiio compass of notes visitad $ sick
room, pone on a piemo, iiMUtoil fi.r the
om tlj of Jule, &!i4 loutfrd ii!:o impels in the
uimuiu i t etory. sut in whul hair of pleas
ire, half of amazement.
"Next," said Mr. Tomlins, "let us sing
Come Out, 'Tis Xow September.' "
And off went the children with tho refrain:
All among the barley
Who would, nof be p!2ti.a
Vheq j':o five and happy tarlov
Li smiling ou tho ECythof
"Stop, stop, stop " wiid the tsacner; "you
mustn't erosa a l;arley field like that. You
must daiico, you must trip, you must be
In an instant all tho faces changed. Girls
who were intent on catching the notes, began
to think of the word, Away they swung to
the lilt of tho song. Little tots wagged their
heads or mechanically touched their tku'ts a
if to aft them for qaupmg. AMd so they bo
gin again, tripping among the barley 1
forniing sarabband among tho ripened trrdin.
The dilTercnco was astomshing.
bo tho little children pas to the second
the'yellow leaves are paling and klndUnglatO
And the ripe and golden barley is hanging down
Here they were taught that the paling of
the leaves was to bo accompanied with a
quietude of bearing, a sadness of voice; that
the kindling into red waa to be expressed
tvith emphaiio and positive conviction. And
for tho ripe and golden barley, that was
to bo celebrated with the joj-ous exultation
of a harvest song. Four lines could hardly
be made to carry moro variety of expres
sion. A sweet and tranquil evening hymn was
given wita tho same changes of note and
look. The children's voices sank low as the
gloom of night was supposed to approach;
then swelled into fervor at the thought of
divine protection; then broke into rapture aa
the heavens opened and tho angels descended
In, floods of light upon the sleeping child.
Lake a sacred song at twilight, falling from
the organ loft of a dim cathedral, it sank
into the heart and moved the sensitive to
"And now," said Mf- Tomlins, after a
long silence, "I will sing you a song myself.
Vou will begin by applauding me, and littlo
Elsie opposite will bring cao this posy of
flowers when I have done."
Mr. Tomlins' song, which was. given to
show the children how a soloing phrases and
Stands before an audience, told of some
fledgelings in a nest with their mother:
"Whoo," said the little ones; "whoo," said she.
All In their nest in the old pine tree.
And when little Elsie, a golden haired
baby, had presented a posy of flowers, the
children took up the refrain. Every detaii
was minutely criticised. '"Don't sing
piuo tree,' " said Mr. Tomlins, "as though its
age were a reproach to the pine tree. It was
a nice old pine tree; a pino tree which birds
would naturally choose to nest in. Sing 'old,'
with qui to another accent,"
Tho little girls pursed up their mouths and
smiled sympathetioally, and so made the pine
tree quite a respectable ornament of thrt
forest. And after that there was a glad har
vest song, and tho performance was over.
"I think," said Mr. Tomlins to the specta
tors, as they gathered around to congratu
late him, "this system will find univevsal ac
ceptance, t thg teachers approve it in the
convention, it is likely to become popular in
"And where did you get tho little girls?"
"I sent around to the superintendents of
six Sunday schools and esked them to. send)
me all the younger girls that cared to conxa.
You see what they havs learned." Chicago
ot. jonn s aay in Italy is thus observed a?
Revello, Italy, according to a private letter:
"The people here have a curious superstition
connected with this eve of EL John's day,
which is observed by many ; they repeat
their rosaries until midnight, and then look
out, firmly believing that they will see Herg
dias and her daughter pass, riding on fiery
plank, the daughter saying: -Mother, why
did you say it f and the mother: 'Daughter,
why did you do itT and then plunge into the
sea; the reason why, after St. John's day,
the temperature of tho sea rises, and hathins
J begins. " New "York Bui,
11 ALL St ( ICAKi.
unit itutlilord Waifoii-. "liood
Hone Dry." sold and Warranted.
between SIXiIi and seventh.
KIUST NATIONAL P.AXK.
of Plattsiiiunlh. Capital S.V).imki : surDlu.i 611.-
000. John KitKeiald, President ; S. Wanh.
Cashier ; K. 2. White, Vice-President. Hoard
of Directorn : John Klt.uerald. K. K. White.
.J no. It. Clark. D. Haw kswoiih. S. Waiicli.
T1IK CIT1.HNS HANK.
"f PlattMiioiil.'.. Capital stock paid iu, Ko.ooo.
I' rank Carruth. Pret-ident: V. II. Cusliine:.
CaMiier: J. A. Connor. Vice-President, a
treneial banking hu-l-icfs traii-acted. Collec
tions receive prompt ;md careful attention.
HIacksinllh f-nd Waironmala i. Dealer in iVind-
inills. Pumps and Fittings.
BOOTS AN I) SIIOKH.
Hoots and Shoe.". Uepainn promntlv attended
to. Soutli side Alain street.
BOOTS AND SHOKS.
A complete asHortnii-iit of y ,.; ; , ; j . , , ; .
wear and eheaiier lliau tlie eiit-aoi-sL uist of
the Missouri Hivcr. Also manurai tin in and
BAKHKIt SIIOI- AND HATH KOOM.
lot and Cold Baihs at all hours. I.adi lS 'lllli
Children's Hair Cnttini; a specialty . Cor. ."th
aud iMain. under CarrulhV.
Hread, Cakes. Pies. Huns, et.. fresh l:
Party. WeddiiiK and Kai-ey Cake a speci;
Ice Cream in any 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 y .
.). P. voiixi:
Hook seller. Stationer, and News Dealer ? Kanev
Ooods, Toys. Confectionery, Fine Oluais. Soda
water ami ahik hiiake. Planus and Oigans aud
L S. &f!. MAVH1E.
Oenl's Furnishings, Pine Tailor Made Clothing
in Men's. Hoys and Children's Wear. 'I liir
rices defy coinitetition. Thev mwi-ei.
nothing, lheir Word 's Their Soul.
X, ,. L, (iOl.DINO.
lia'oie houie for Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
liocis, snoes. .Mam street, next Case Co. Hank.
c. e. WEsrorr '
Clothing. Hats. Caps, Ac. Fine Furnishings
our specialty. One price and no Monkev Hus
inesH. it pays to trade with us. Uockwodd Ulk.
CANN INO CO.MPA N V. '
CAKKLTU CANMXO CO..
Frank Cat ruth, Henry J. Straight, Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax Hraud Vegetable.
L PHIl.l.Ili Kinr.s.
I rufls. Confectionery and Fine Cigars.
P. SMITH a CO.
Dealers in Wall Jipir, l'aiiit. Oil, Art Mater
ial. igai-s i;ooKw
u UER1VO &Oo.
Diug", CheiniOiiia, Paints, oils,
V. G. FUICKK A CO..
Drnjs, Medicices. Chemicals. Paintf", Oils,
aniiMi..s. uye nruiis eic.. fine Malionery,
cieieci nuiei ami r ancy Arueien.
F. S. WHITK.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. h. E. corner Main and 0th Sts.
Dry i.or.do. Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
u. uiio uuurnam r irsi .larional I'.auK.
DUY GOODS, G HOCK It I ES.
E. G. DOVEY & SON.
Cany a huge stock of Fine Gioeeries, Dry
Crooils, Carpets, ij-ieensware. Notions, mil
Fancy Goodx, to b:? found i the county, I'p
ler Ma n street, between Ath aud oth.
The Pamles-i DeMits." Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harm. Ar iticial teeth
inserted Immediately after extracting natural
ones when desired. Gold and all other Fillip-'s
stiictly first cla's. Olllce iu I'nion I'.ioc k.
Furniture, nodding, looking Glaeueo, Picture
1- laiites. etc. Wooden aud Metal Gaskets kept
Furniture. Parloi i--uii8, L'pho'stery Goods.
Stoves. iJHiiensware. Tinware, and all kinds of
ii.-iielioul tioods. AortU tit !i
Main and Vine.
GENT'S FL'ItXI SUING (iOOPs.
I. H. d:. NEI.LY.
Gent" Fine Furnisher and Hutin
complete and flnest a'oek in the city
Block. Cor. oth and Main.
M. P.. MURPHY . CO.,
The I eading Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed.&c. Cash pa'd for country produce,
LKHNHOFF & POENNICIISKN.
Grooeiles, Provisions, Glassware nd Crockery.
F. Mi COURT.
Green. Staple and Fancy Groceries,
BENNETT & TUTT.
Staple .ind Fancy Groceries, Green Fruits and
Groceries and Quecnsware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery. Riddle House.
Proprietor Ciiy Hotel. Terms. St.oo per day.
Special Attention given commercial men.
A UN ESS. '
W. G. KEEFER.
Successor to O. M. Streight. Harness, Saddlery
Goods. Net". Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur
Hardware. Stove. Tinware, Table and Pocket
Cutlery. Rasors, etc. Household Kewiug Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline Movei1. Tinwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Main
ureet, Rockwood Block.
FRANK CA RRUTH S: SON.
Always carry a fine stock of Diamonds, Watch
es. CI cks. Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles.
Drop in and inspect thcirgoods before purchas
M .1. SCIIT.ATER
Jeweler. Waltham Watches a Specialty. Main
Street, near Fourth,
B A. McELWAIN.
Watclie3. Clocks. Silverware- nod Jewelry.
Special Attention given to Watch Repairing.
Ill v Two Ms
Wo aro vixidor contract to open our air-
..t - - """" v -s u -.-.7.
Tliost; win have
C'losin Out Sale
"Vrc are too husy
At 60 els.
Dress . Goods
Trimls and Valise S
To aceotiiinotlate the great rush we will keep our fctore njit-n
until 10:00 o'clock . 111.
CM. HOLMES & SON.
The Checkered Barn. Livery. Keed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed to ail parts of the city.
Carriages at all trains. Corner Vine and ;ii'i.
Who'esalo and Retail Dealer in First tonality
Beef. Pork. Mutton Veal. Lamb, etc. Sixth
sti-eer, Neville Block. Prices moderate.
f. HATT .'i CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Render their own Lard
aud Cure their own Bacon. Main street.
TICK LEI: & CO .
Eggs. Poultry ic
of native stock.
We use o lv the best trade
Oysters and game in season.
C. F. .sMITII,
Merchant Tat! or. Main street, over Merges'
shoe store. Complete Hock id samples. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
tfA M RS. .T. F. dOH NSON.
A Complete Line of tlie Latest Styles of Mil
linery and Trimmings ; also Children's and In
fants Uonuefs. to be closed out at cont.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM.
Meals and Lunches sei veil to order at a!l hours.
Alo Oysters, cigars. Tobacco. Pop aud Cider.
Opposite Riddle House.
impln Room and Billiard liall. Choice Wines.
Liquors and Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables.
FRAIIM & KLIKTCH.
Sample Room. Imported and Domestic Wires.
I.H'iiois and Cigars. Onlv straight iro.ids lian-
illed. Milv.aukeo Bottled Lager a Scccialtv.
Cor. 5th and Main Sts.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
NI- k Cunningham, proprietor ( hoice S ines,
Lppiors a-id Cigars. Fool and Bd.iard Tables.
R'ddle lloii'e Block.
THK EI.KKOftV Sti nnv
Win. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda V.'atcr. Eirch Beer.Cider. etc. Agente for
Fred Mrug's Celebrated Lager Beer.
"Watch.es ! Watches !
H. 61. GAULT
Has moved and is now in the Sherwooct
room, Cor. 5th and Main Sts., where
he is better able to show his
Large Stock of Watches,
-CLOCKS AND JEVELRY !
. Than ever before, and will as an induce
ment sell yu Watches way down. Call
and get the Special Prices iu Gold Watch
es; it will surprise you. A Full Line of
tlie best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be given Special Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satisfaction.
by (he Forelock.
. DEL AT !
CI.OSIN'tJ OI T .SAI.i:
oflcrt'il dailv at our (irt-.tt
will regret it when wi;
per Pound, Worth 75c.
Sale, Great Cloak Sale,
to make a 1'rice Li.st.
- Mssin Si.
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
The only Dentists In the West conlroling fhia
New System of Ex tract ing iind Filling 'I eet h
without Pain. Our anaesthetic is en
tirely free from
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
! w, . ,
HarfnlCSS TO - All,
Tee:)i extracted and artificial teeth Inserted
next day if desired . The preservat ion of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD -CROtfiiS. GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very finest, orice in I tiion Block, ovir
'I he CitifLf' Bhiik,
N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
give prompt Attention to all bnsine In
trusted to :im. O.lice in Union Block, Ear
side. Plattsinouth. Neb.
R. B. Windham, Johjta. Davif.k.
Notary Public. Notary Fublfe.
M IMHIATIA davikh,
.ttoraoys - at - Law.
Office over Bank of Crn-fc County.
Plattsmoutii, - Nebraska
Send your job work to the IlEjtAf.t
as el v '
CQSt o 3 ra
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