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FIRST YE Alt
I'IjATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, FRI DAY EVEXIN(i, AUGUST 188S.
V. M. KiciiKV
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- A Maikm.k
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W 11 Mai. let
Police J 'Una, -Marli;JI.
Council men, Int ward,
I J V Vr. KBACH
I A HAMitHUKV
i M Jos
f IMt. A Ml I I'M AH
) M K MUHIMI V
8 W DUTTON
1 Coy O'CoS.NoB.
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lott.NH N,-II MKJU
Hoard rub. Work.j ViWKSWoHTH
Deputy l'rcaiurer, -
Clerk. - -
Recorder of Deeds
Clrk f DMrict Cojrt,
Hupt. of l'i'. School.
I). A. CamI'Iikix
HI lilt Cltl l l IIKIK I.ll
. KXAt'KIK IIKIKI.lt
W. 11. Tool.
John M. Uvua
W. C. MlOWAI.TK.ll
A.B.Tnni..C.-iu.. - - w V?,e Wafer
A. B. Di;iioN. - t.mwoou
lAiV'iyDV'NiVurt.Wr . J. K.-Mrrts
Vev-ry Tuo'day eveuiin; f eaeli All
trails-lit brothers are repecllully invited to
DLATTMOLTII KSCA1I PMKNT No. .1. 1. O.
i- O K Hieeln every alternate Unlay In
each liiontti in the Manoiiic Hall. Visiting
Brother are PivlUd to attend.
mUK) LOIMSK NO. 81. A. O. U. W.-Meets
A every allrrnan Friday evening at Jv. of I .
hall. Transient brother are respectfully m
vitedtoatteu.l. K..I. Morgan. Master Workman ;
K. S 11 rtow. Foreman ; Frank Brown. Over
peer : 1. Bowen, Uuide ; tieoige 1 1 on worth.
Keeorder; II. J. Johnson. Financier ; Y a-li.
Huiilli. Rei-eiver ; M. .May brhilit. Ja't M. . :
Jack Paunherty. Inside tuiurd.
elASS CVMP NO. 3.M. MODKUN WOODMEN
of iiiei lc.l Meets second and fourtli Mon
day evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with it. I.. A.
Newroner, Venerable Consul ; O. K, Nilen,
Worthy Adviser ; S. C Wilde, Banker ; W. A.
1ILVTTSMOUTH I.ODOK NO. 8. A. O. IT. W.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood hall at x o'cIock. All transient broth
er are respeetf ully invited to attend. L. p.
Larson, M. W. ; F. Boyd. Foreman : S. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
1i.ttsmoi:th i,oih:k no. b. a. p. a.m.
Meet on the lirt and third .Mondays of
each month at their hull. All transient broth
ers are cordially invited to nie.tt with lis.
J. G. RlCHKY, W. M.
Vm. Uat. Seertary.
'EIIKASKA CIIATTK1U NO. 3. K. A. M
i-1 Meet sei-ond and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Ma-ouV Hall. TransoWrot brothers
aire invited to meet with us.
t. K. WlllTK, II. P.
W'm. IlAVri. Secretary.
"11 t. zioN t:oMMAI)Al:Y. NO. 5. K. T.
Ji Meets lirst and third Wednesday muht or
each month at Maso .'s hall. Visitin brother?
are cordially invited to meet wi'h us.
jWm. IIavs. Kec. F. E. Whitk. E. C.
CASSCOrSt'ILNO 10-jl.KOYAl. MtCANIM
meet the necond and fourth Mondays of
each month at Arcanum Hall.
K. N. Ut.KNN, Kegeut.
I. CM i. volt. Secretary.
McCOHIHIE POST 43 C. A. R.
J. W. Jonvsos Commander.
C. 8. Twiss Senior Vice
K. A. Baths Junior "
i ro, N ilks , Adjutant.
1IKNKV STR K.HfllT ....... i.M.
Mauom liivos Olllcerof the lay.
Cmm.Ks K.:m " " ard
An Ikk.v Fi:. Sert Major.
.lAntSOMis-.KJiAN.. ..quarter Master Sergt.
L. ('.Ci'itTH Tost t'liai'Uiti
Meeting Sat'inLiy evening
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st. Vice President...
2nd Viee I'lesiilelit. .
...Koltt. B Windliam
A. 15. Todd
......... F. Herrmann
F. K. lluthman
111 K K.I TO Its.
J. C l:h hv. l". K. White. .. V. Itttf-rson,
J. A. 'onner, 15. KUon, C. V. Shenuau, F. (ior
d r. J. V. Vi eckbach.
Represent the following time
tried an 1 tire-tested companies:
American rentr.il-S -. I.ouls, Assets $l.25.s,loo
Commercial Uuhm-KiiKland, "
Fire Assoela'iou-Philadelphia. 4.4I5.5TG
Franklin-rhiladolphia. " 3.11T.10C
Home-New York. " T.835.M9
let. O.of North Arasric i. FUU. " S.47.lo-2
UverpooliI.iidon& iilobe-Eug " C.63I.Tj1
North British Mercantile-En,? " 3.3T.754
Norwich Cni.in-Knland. " 14.-.4CC
JjV BpriUi'Qeld F. A M.-SprinKfield, " 3.044.913
Total Assets. $42,115,774
Liases AijaUni sni PaiiatlMsAjeiicy
WHEN YOU WANT .
Cor. 12tli aud Granite Streets.
Contractor and Bnlldor
FAITHFUL SERVICE REWARDED-
Governor Thayer Re-nonJnated for
Governor and William A Leeso
Ro-nomlnated for Attorney
The State Republican Convention.
Lincoln, NeIM Aui?. 21. It was the
l.-gfit, arniot and most f.xciting con
vention Nebrusku lias ever see. The
Hon. Oeorge 1). Meikeljohn lnul the
pleasure of calling it to order promptly
at half past 2. While waiting for the
delegates to get seated a campaign glee
club, composed of seven David City
young men, enlivened things with a few
selections that set everybody wild. The
club sings well. The Kev. 1 1. J. I bu nion,
of JelTerson, offered prayer. The gallery
aud a few delegates applauded him. It
was afterward reported, though, that
democrats who sneaked in were responsi
ble for the unholy net.
Judge Wall, of Sherman county was
elected temporary chairman and L. I.
Ciiry, Cheyene county; 1J. ('. Holhenbcr
p r, of Hall, and Tom Cook, of Lancas
ter, were selected temporary secretaries.
On motion of 1). II. M -TCcr, a commit
tee f three, to conduct Judge Wall to
the stage, I). J. Mercer, Kv-Oovetnor
Huberts and Tom Majors composed that
As tho Judge came forward and was
Introduced he entered upon the delivery
of a rattling good speech, in which he
reviewed brielly the acluevemcnts of the
lo.mblican party, landed the national
ticket, arraigned the democracy, aud
pledged tl3 republicans to protection
and pacdictod a majority of 10,000 in
The central commit tee's list of dele
gates was taken as being correct, simply
the counties and uunibcr tlf delegates be
ing read. There were uo contests.
D. II. Mercer again got iis wrrk in by
moying and putting the motion, which
went through without opposition, mak
ing the temporary organization perma
nent.. Speaker Harlan then took the lloorand
named Governor Thayer for re-nomination
and moved that it be made by acclama
tion. It was done with a hearty will.
In response to a call the governor made
a good epeecli.
DOMINATIONS lOIt HF.U'i E.KANT O0Y EHNOK
weiv called for and George D. Meikle
join of Nance and E. M. Colk-11 of Thay
er wear named for the t:ust by their re
spective delegations. (n tl;e ctjll of
counties ihc vote strocd: Meiklejoin
507, Corrcll KW. Thnyer county moved
the unanimous nomination of Meiklejoin.
The motion was carried and Mr- Meiklp
join thanked the convention fpr the
Gilbert L. Laws was the unanimous
choice of the convention for secretary of
tate. lie modestly responded to the
call and thanked tjje spije for the honor
of the renqminaliou.
The nomination of state treasurer was
fien in order. Thjs is. Pciincnvjuded to
lie the priceless position and excitement
nil high as the following candidates
were named: E. D. Einsel of Phelps, J.
E. Hill of G ig.?, A. 11. Graham of Cum
iqg, I). I). Cropsoy qf Jufrson. O. E.
Yost of Douglas, John Harper of Bailer,
IUrtley of Holt, Baird of Cass, McClay
of Malison, Clary of Saline. Wcek.3 of
Greeley and Sor,tUciland of Lincoln.
The q iietest hour of thu day was when
the clerk commenced the call of counties.
An anxious buzz followed the call of
unorganized territories. Hill was nomi
nated on the 9th ballot.
William A. Leese was theu nominated
on second ballot for Attorney General.
At the announcement of the vote cries of
"lie's all right" was heard from all parts
of the room. Mr. Leese then, spake as follows-
4l appreciate the high honor you
have conferred upon me. I assure you
that, in the future as in the past, I will
serve the people to the full extent of my
ability. I will try to get better acquaint
ed with you in the fall. thank yoii.'1
At the close of the attorney general's
re narks the convention gaye him three
hearty cheers, and both Irvine and Scott
cheerfully pledged their support to the
ticket. Thi nominations for cominiss:on
ers ot public lands and buildings were
now nlde. They were: Dew pf John
eon, Carter and Parker of Lancaster,
Beebe of Custer, Steen of Saunders, and
Lundeen of York, fiteen was nominated
on second ballot, then made unanimous, j
Peters of Boone, Benton of Lancaster, j
an 1 Gro?shans of Clay were named as j
candidates for auditor of state. The
Benton was nomination nnd tendered
his heartfelt thanks to the convention,
II j faithfully promised the Republicans
of Nebraska they should never have rea
son tn regret their choice.
For scnators-at large George II. Hast
ings of Saline and II. C. Husscll of Col
fax were nominated; from the First con
gressional district M. M. Butler, of Cass;
the Second, James McNery of Webster;
the Third. Charles F. Iddlings. This
closed the nominations and the I'epubli
can ticket for 1SSS was made, and at 2:15
o'clock this morning the convention ad
journed sine die.
WOODS FOR FURNITURE.
Value of Walnut Preparation of "Quain
ter Oak" Stalnli t.
There are many crazes in the furniture
business in respect to the different woods and
tbeir imitations which are extensively used.
For many years walnut was a wood that held
absolute predominance over all other woods
for furniture. Tiut while other woods have
Income very popular, and walnut is appar
ently on tlio decline, yet, really, walnut will
always bo a fashionable wood. Tho price
will gradually increase, for the large demand
is fast consuming tho supply. In many states
fifteen j-ears ago tho farms were inclosed
with walnut rail fences, ns the wood was nofc
so valuable in those days. But in these states
where walnut grows, the lumber that would
have been formerly east aside with tho
"culls" is today sold for high prices. Even
the small limbs of walnut trees are now
sawod up into materials for rungs and posts
of parlor chairs. The old snarled limbs and
knots of the walnut trees are sought after
with avidity by buyers through tho country
districts, who sell them to firms that manu
facture them into ornament for antique
shelves, fancy liaocks and other similar
furniture. Rail fences in these districts are
now a rarity in tho extreme,
But as to tho various woods that are used
jn tho matiufaeturo of furniture, maple, asb,
1-oplar, gum and cherry comprise the list.
What is known as quarter oak is tho latest
craze. Quarter oak is made by first sawi"
a log from end to end through the mid
dle. Then each half is sawed front
end to end through tho middle, thus,
leaving four quarters. F.ach quarter
has only three sid-s, ona ihe bulge part of
tha lay, the other two sides bein flat
and coming to a sharp edge. The boards are
sawed off tlie sharp edge, and each sawing,
therefore, throws off a board wider than thu
one before it. Sawing tha quarters of the
log in this manner the lumber is beautifully
vi oss grained. The cross grained hmilve j),
"worked" into the finest parlor furniture at
present. T;9 wood is susceptible of a very
hue polish, and tho cross era in nnnlnnxi n
effect, made by both nature and the sr,v,
that is far superior to the art s the ojqs ex
put one- of the prominent features still in
the furniture business is the staining of
wood. There are tricks in all trades, and
this Is tho greatest one in the furniture man
ufactories. A very simple preparation, com
posed of crude oil and lampblack, is rubbed
on the highly polished, iurrace of oak, and
w!?n. It 6c'ako iuvo tho pores of tho wood the
wood then lakes on a dark hue. The varnish
is then applied, which gives a neat finish to
the wood, and this is then a fair imitation Cu
antique oak. Tho common, gum is, often
stained to represent c. hai ry. Cherry itself is
Vf y valuable, and is leffr in its own natural
color, although it is someUm stulned to
represent rosowond. Boft maple, poplar and
ti'.n o sttuned with preparations of burnt
umber, crude oil aud lampblack, to produea
an imitation of mahogany. Ash baa very
pretty grain that shr,;s out prominently
under Jic uud it can be stained to imitate
red cherry. Sycamore is a wood largely
used for bed posts, and it stains nicely in
imitation of walnut, W- I Mitchell in
Lincoln to Morton in 1861.
Your letter by tho hand of Mr. Prunk wag
received yesterday. I write this Jetlep
causo I wish 3-011 to believe of as (as we cer
tainly belieya of you) that we are doing tho
very best we can. You do not receive arms
from us as fast as you need them, but it is
because wo have not near enough to meet all
tho pressing demands, and we are obliged to
sh;a e arpund wht we have, sending tho larg
est share to the points which appear to need
them most. Wo have great bopo that our
own supply will bo ample before long, so
that you and all others can have as many as
you need. I see an article iu an Indianai-olU
newspaper denouncing me for not answering
your letter sent by special messenger two
cr three weeks ago. I did make what I
thought tho best answer I could to that let
ter. As I remember, it asked for ten heavy
guns to be distributed with some troops at
Lawreuceburg, Madison, New AJhauy
and Evansvilie, and J ordered the
guns aud directed you to send the
troops if you had them. As to Kentucky,
you do not estimate that state as more im
iortai:t thau I do; but I am compelled to
watch all points. "While I write this am if
not iu range at least in hearing of cauuon
shot, from an army of enemies more than a.
hundred thousand strong. 1 do not expect
them to capture this city; but I know they
would if J were to send the men and arms
from here to defend Louisville, of which
there is not a single hostile armed soldier
within forty miles, nor any force known to
be moving upon it from any distance. It is
true the army in our front may make a, half
circle around southward and niive on Louia
viil ; but when they do we will make a half
circia ai-ouud northward and meet them;
and in the meantime we will get up what
forces we can troni other sources to aLo meet
I hope Zollieoffer has left Cumberland Gap
(though I fear he haa not), because, if ho has,
I rather infer he did it because of his dread
of Camp Dick FkObinson, re-enforced from
Cincinnati, moving ou him, than because of
Lis intention to move on Louisville. Put if
he does go round aud re-euforee Buckner, let
Pick ltobinson come around and re-cuf oree
Sherman, and the thing is substantially as it
was when Zollieoffer left Camberland Gap,
I state this as s'i illustration; or, in fact, I
think if the gap is left open to us Pick Rob
inson should take it and hold it; while In
diana and the vicinity of Louisville in Ken
tacky can re-enforce Sherman faster, thoa.
ZoUicisSfer Cy Buckuer. The tutury.
HAI.b fc KAMI.
Agricultural Iiiiiileiiieiits. Court land IIiikhIch
and Kuttiforil Wagon?, "Oooil 'iiml er aid
llniie. liy." sold ami Warranted. Main .street,
between Si.vtli and Seventh.
KIKST NATIOVAI. HANK,
of riattstnoiith. Capital S.Hi.imhi ; surpliM $11,
imhi. John Fitzgerald. Problem ; S. Watii'li.
Cashier; K. White. V ire-President. Hoard
01 Director" : John KitGerald. F. K. White,
Jno. li. Clark, D. liawkswortli, S. Waugh.
TI1K CITI.KNS HANK,
ol I'lattsnioiit:.. Capit d stock paid in, Co.(hio.
Frank Carruth, I'rei-ideiit : W. II. Cusliiiijr,
Cashier; J. A. Connor, V'lee-I'refideiit. A
ueneial bai.klnn Imsi-ieos tiMiiacted. Collec
tions receive prompt and careful attention.
"J ltOli KMT DONNKl.l.Y.
I'.lacksinitli nnd Wiij-'oninaker, Dealer in Viinl
inillH, Pumps and Fittings.
P.oots and Shoes. Kepaiiinic promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOOTS AND SHOI S.
PKiici; mi: n
A complete ai-sortno ui ' , w . y Jvin.l ol Foot -wear
and cheaper than the cheapest west ot
the .Missouri niver. Also maniifai turiiif' an. I
BAKI'.KK SHOP AND 1 ! A T 1 1 UOOM.
llni and CoM Ha' lis at all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. r.tli
ami Alain, under Cai ruth V.
I'.read, Cakes, Pies. Huns, etc., fresli daily.
Party. Wedding and Fai.ey Cake a siieeUdty.
lee Cream in any quantity.
.1. 1. YOCNO,
Hookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Oootls, Toys. Confectionery, Fine cigars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, Pianos and Organs and
Musiral Inli iinients.
iifiit's Furnishings, Fine T;iihV Mjule Clolliinj;
In Mali's, Hoys ami Children's Wear. Tlu-ir
1 t irew tiff v fnrti lift it win Thoo ;
not hill!,', iheir Word s Their I'.ui.u
I.' -Til I NO.
I.. i:oi mxe
Clolli'i'u. Fnriiishinir Cmuk ,, iiw. ..t,i 1...
liable house tor Mats. Cups, riiihrellas. Trunks.
i.o hh, Mioes. Mum .street, next Cass Co, Hank.
Mot hint;. Hats. Cans, Ac. Fine Furnishings
our specially. One price and 110 Monkey Pus
iness. It pays to trade with ik. Uoekwuod Hlk.
PANNING i-OMPAN V,
OAPUUTll CANNlNli CO.,
Frank Carruth. Henry J. Streluht. Propiie
Packers of the Climax P.raud Vegetables.
Kj . PH1LI.III KIIaCS,
1 ru:ts. ( onrectionery and Fis.e Cisaro.
f T s:t I i If . f'l
Dealer 111 Wall Paper, Paint. Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars c. Uot kwooJ liloc k.
GERINO & C:
Dnis, Chemicals, Paints, Oiln..
XJ Y G. KltlcKK ,t co.,
DniiTH, euelces. Cheiiiieals, Paints, oils.
ariiish s. Dye StulTs etc.. Fine Matiouery,
Select Toilet and Fancy Article.
F. S, WHITK.
Dry Goods, Gi-occrios. Notions. Genera! Mcr
chuinli.,,., etv. S. E. iwrner Main and (iih Sts.
y F. IIEMRMANM,
Pry Gords. Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
Goods, one noor east First National Hank.
DKY i'.OODS, OP.OCKItlKs!
K. G. DOYKY & SON.
Carry a Vir.ue stock of Fine Gioeeries, Dry
(i'otls. Carpets. ( I'leenswaiv, Notions, Mid
Fancy Goodx. to be found in the county. I'p
lcr Ala 11 street, between 0!h ami t;th.
mi. CAVK SMITIF,
"The Painli-s-i Denlists.'' Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harai. Ariilicial teeth
inserted linineiiialely after extracting natural
ones when desired. Jold and all ot lur Killings
strietly first e!as. Ollice in 1'nion P.lock.
r IIKN11Y P.OKCK.
Furniture. Heddintr. l.ooKinir (;lasse, T'icture
Frames, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
I. PEA K LAI AN.
Furnltir, Parlor Suits, Cnho'stery Goodx.
Stoves. ( ueensware. 1 inwave. and all kinds of
Household Goods. North Cth street, between
Alain and Yine.
PENT'S FURNISHING G'f)is.
,J J. II. D . N KI.LY.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hutte-. The rnest
complete iind finest stock iu the citv. Carruth
P.loek. Cor. 5th aud Alain.
At. P.. MURPHY .t CO..
The? Leading Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lan.ps. Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed,&c. Cash pd for country produce,
U:HNHOFF & SOKNN1CIISF.N.
(aixicerles, Provisions, Glassware !.iid Crockery.
Green. Staple and Fancy t;rocerte,
BENNETT . TUTT.
Stap'.n and Fanoy Groceries, Green Fruits and
Groceries and Queensware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery. Riddle Hoii-c
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms. $1.00 per day.
Special Attention given commercial men.
W. G. KEEFKR,
Successor to O. M. Streiglir. Harness, Saddlery
Goods. Net'. Robes, Dusters, aud all horse fur
HA I; I) V ARK.
Hardware. Stoves. Tinware. Table and Pocket I
Cutlery. Ritsnrs, etc. Household Svwing Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline stoyee. Tinwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Alain
street, Rockwood litock.
0 FRANK CA RKUTH & SOX.
Always carry a fine sto-k of Diaroonds.Watch
es. CI cks. Jewelry, Silverware niH Spectacles.
Drr.j in and inspect iheirpoods before parchas
w J. FCHLATER.
leweler. Waltham Watches n Specialty. Main
street, near tourto.
B. A. MrELWAIX.
Watches. Cloek9, Silverware and Jewelry.
JSpecial Attention given to Watch Repairing.
Take Time by
ZDO - WOT .
Ol'lt .IKK AT CI.OSINtJ OI T SAF.K
Wo aro uador co23Ltract to opon our Fair-
rIltsi who h:ivc not. triki-M :ilv:iiit:i'r
of 1 lie naiuuiiis olli.M'cl l:iily utoiir ('rc.it
('losing () it S;iU- will regret it when we
a iv jont
At 60 els. per Pound, Worth 75c.
Dross Goods Salo, Groat Cloak Sale,
Silk Sale, Qirpet Sale,
Trunk and Valise Sale.
We arc too husy to niuke a Price L1.
To iieciHiuiKulate the jreal rush we will keeji our store open
until 10:00 o:lck . in.
SOLOIVIO $c EVIATHAW,
WEtitc !FiMiit Dry Ooocls
II.JI. IU)LMKS.t SOX.
Tim Checkered I'.arn. Livery. Keed and Sale
stahle ; parties conveyed to ail parts of theciiy.
Carriages at all t rains. Corner Vine and Ol.h.
lfi- RICHARD r.ILSTKIN.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in First (Quality
Reef, Pork. Mutton Veal. Lanil. etc Sixth
sl.rcef, Neville lllock. Prices ino.lerate.
MEAT MARK KT.
J. HAT T & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Rendur their own Lard
and Cure their own llaeon. Main street.
KICK LKR CO..
Kas, Poultry iic. We use o ly the best trade
of native stock. Oysters and Lame in season.
JTERCHANT TA I LOR.
Wl. U.K. SMITH,
Merchant'. Tailor. Main street, over Mertres'
.hoc store. Complete stock of samples. J"it
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
MRS. J. 1 JOHNSt)N.
A Complete Line of the Latest Styles of Mil
linery and Triuitiiinus ; also Children's and In
fants'' Bonnets, to lie closed out at cost.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM.
JAC )U Jl EN'NCH,
Meals and Lunches sei vel to order at all hours.
Also Oysters, 'i;;ar. Tobicco, Pop and Cider.
Opposite Kiddle House.
Sample. Room and Billiard Hall. Choice Wines.
Liquors and Ci'-'ars. Halliard ami Poo) TalileM.
FKAI1M & K LI ETCH,
Saiiipl.; Room. Imported mid Domestic W'nes,
Liijuors and Cisrars. Only straight fjoods han
d!e(i. Milwaukee Hottled Laer a Specialty.
Cor. 5th and Main Sts.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
Ni k Cunningham, proprietor Choice Winfs,
Liquors arid Cigars. I'ooi and liil.iard Tables.
R'dille House lllock.
SAMPLE ROOM !
THE ELKHORN SALOON. i
Wni. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water. P.Irch Reer. Cider, etc. Agents for
l'red King's Cclebiated lier Reer. ,
Watches ! Watc2s.cs !
II. fsi. GAULT
Has moved and is now in the Sherwoca
room. Cor. 5th nnd Main Sts., where
he is )ctrer able to show his
Large Stock of Watches,
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY !
Thin ever before, niid 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.
erminate Aug. 27.
U. L.oioxa'bor 1st.
! DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
! "Painless Dentists."
Tl:e only Dentists in the West coritro!iiK thi"
New System of Extracting and Killing 'J eetli
without Pain. Our anaesthetic i n
j tirely free from
i AND IS ARSOLL'TELY
Harmless - To - A1U
Teeth extracted and xrtificial teeth Inserted
next day If desired. The preservation of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS. GOLD CAPS, BBIDGE WOBI.
The very finest. Oflice in I'uion Plock, over
'J he CilizeLe' liKiik,
VN". SULLIVAN. Attorney at 1-aw. Will
give prompt Attention to ail busiiies in
trusted to him. Ollice In Cnion Rlock, East
side. Plattsinouth. Neb.
R. B. WIVIHAM, Johk A. Davikh,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
W IMIHAM BAVIKM,
attorneys - at - Law.
Office over Bank of Cat- County.
Pi.Xttsmocth, - - Nebraska
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