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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, 3IONIAY EVENING, AUGUST 188S.
F, M. Kicii
W K Fox
J AM Hi PATTEUSON. JK.
. liVKO.V ObAIlK
- A Maimh.k
H - ( UKKOKK
W 11 MAlltK
police Judge, -Maridiall,
Council men, lit ward,
(J V Wkikiiach
1 A HAI.WHUKV
) D M JdNKS
I It. A SHI I'M A
t M it Muiimv
I a w uvvros
i F M:CAI.LKN. FlttM
i J W Johns
V KKKI JoHI
J 1) 11 1IAWK8
V JOMNH N,CllAIHMAN
Board rub. Work
V w ' -
I. A. CAMIMlKI.I.
W. II. Pool.
Joll.V M. I.KVItA
W. C SlIOWALTKK
J. C. ElKKKItAlt
Deputy 1'reasuref, -Clerk.
- - -
Deputy Clerk. -"
Recorder of Deed
Clerk of District C'ojrt,
Hupt. of l'ut. School.
County J udge.
HUAKI) OK MUI-EHVI80HH.
a it tv.i.i, rii'm . - - Flattsinoutli
- ' w
l,o I J I Fol.T.,
A. K. l)i:KoM,
7iAHsTVuTlTNJ! 'llO 1 O. O. F. -Meets
V'eyery Tim-day evening of each week. A"
transient brothers ate respectfully Invited to
DLA TTMOU Til ENCAM I'M EST No. 3. I. O.
J o F meet every alternate I-nday in
each month lu Hie. Ma-onie Hall. V wiling
Urol hers are hivilod to attend.
rilRIO LODOK NO. A. O. U. W. Meets
A every attentat Friday evening at lv. of P.
Iiall. Transient brother are respectfully In
vited to attend. K..I. Morgan.MasterWorkman ;
K. S. Bar-tow. Foreman ; Frank Brown. Over
peer ; I. Howen. Cuide ; Oeo.ge Houh worth.
Recorder; II. .1. Jl"f T'T.'.'LVm W '
Nmtth. Receiver ; M. Maybrlght. 1 act M. W. .
Jack Daughcrty. Inside tiuard.
1VSS CVMF XO.att, MODKIt.N WOODMEN
J of meric.i Meets second and fourth Mon
d ay evening at K. of P. hall.. All transient
brother are requested to meet with us. L. A.
'Kewco-ner. Veueralde Oonsul ; .. I-. ,""1
Worthy Adviser ; S. O. Wilde, Hanker; W. A.
1LVTrSMOUTH I.OIM1B NO. 8, A. O. U. W .
Meet- every alternate Friday evening at
KocUwoo.l hall at A 'clock. All transient broth
ers are n-speetfully Invited to attend. J., n.
Larson. M. W. ; F. Uoyd. Foreman : b. t.
Wilde. Uecorder ; Leonard Auderson. Overseer.
ax iTMIlHIIITII M)1x:E NO.C. A.
F. & A. M.
th lir-t aud tlnrd Mondays oi
:u-h month at their hall. All transient nioiu-
ers are cordially invited to meet with us
KlCHKY, W. M.
"Wm. Hats. Secretary .
CHAI'TEIU NO- 3. K- A. M.
Meets second and
fourth lues.lay oi earn
ikv, :iui n:i M. iranscieui ununci-i
sire invited to meet with lis
F. K. Wiiitk, II. P.
Wm. JIavS, Secretary.
iit. ZION COMMAMiAItY. NO. 5. . K . 1.
11 Meets lirst and third Wednesday ni'ht of
each month at Maso Ts hall.. Visiting brother
are cordially invited to ineet with ii.
WM. Havs. Kee. F. E. Win tk. E. t .
riASSCOl Xt l L NO l.f-M. KOYAI. J KCANFM
j meet the cecond ami fourth Mondays of
each mouth at Arcanum Hall.
li. N. Ulkmx, Itegent.
1'. C. M i son, Secretary.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R-
J. W. .Tonxsox
F. A. JUTKS
M ALON 1)1 XOX
i.'H AKLKS FOKl
Ollleerof the way.
... .'. Sergt Major.
I., i',. :hkti.s
Meet inir Saturday evening
PLATTSWIOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
... 11(111. I it ii.h.
1st Vice President
.A. 15. Todd
Vud Vice President
1I KKi TOIiS.
.1 r. Kichev. F. F. White
.. F. llerrmanu
F. It- Cutlmian
.1. f. Patterson,
J A. 'onner. P.. Kl-on. j. . ouerma",
d"-r. J. V. Wreckbach.
C3-E XSTE n.
;nt the following time-
tried ami fire-tested companies:
American Central-3". Louis. Assets
In. C. or Vorth America. Phil. "
L.lrerpooliLoii lou Si llobe-Eng "
North British A Mercantile-En "
yorwlch Cnion-Enzlan l. "
PjuiugOeld F. A M.-Spriugfield, "
3.11 7.1 06
8. 47 1.302
Total Assets, 312.11S,t;4
losses Adjusted sniPaidaltMpccy
WHEN YOU WART
f ' Cor. 12th ahd Grnnite Streets.
FROM AN INTERVIEW
ROBERT G. INGERSOLL.
t'e Are Well. In m Mrunre, Itesponslble
for the Fxlittenre of T'elona Tho llur
clar'a lleeinnlnir No Iteformlnir Power
In Itevenge Another Mew.
Tho iirolmbility is that 6K-iety raises its
on criminals. It idows tho land, sows the
wed nnd liarvests tho crop. I believe that
tho shadow of tho giblet will not ulways fall
upon tho earth. 1 believe the timo will come
when wo will know too much to raise crim
inals know too much to crowd thoso who
lnlior into tho dens and duiiseons that we
call tenements, while the idle livo in palaces.
The timo will como when men will know that
real progress means tho enfranchisement of
tho whole human race, and thut our interests
are so united, so interwoven, that the few
cannot be happy while the many 6iifTer; so
that the many cannot bo happy while the
few suffer; so that none can bo happy while
one suffers. In other words, it will be found
that the human race is interested in each
individual. When that time conies we will
stop producing criminals; we will stop pro-
iniong failures; we will not leave tho next
generation to chance; we will not regard the
gutter as a proper nursery for ioKterity.
I'eoplo imagine that if tho thieves are sent
to tho penitentiary thut is the last of tho
thieves; that if those who kill others are
hanged society is on a safe ami enduring
basis. But tho trouble is here: A man comes
to your front door and you drive him away.
You have an idea that that man's case is set
tled. You are mistaken. He goes to tho
back door. Hi is again driven awav. But
tho caso is not yet settled. Tho next thing
you know ho enters at night. Ho is a burg'
lar. Ho is caught; ho is convicted; he is
sent to the joiiitentiary. aud you imagiuo
tint tho case is settled. But it is not. You
must remember that you have to keep' all the
agencies alive for tho purpose of taking care
of these iHjople. You have to build and
maintain your penitentiaries, your courts of
justice; 3"ou have to pay your judges, your
district attorneys, your juries, your witnesses,
your detectives, your iolicc all these people
must bo paid. So that, after all, it is a very
expensive way of settling thistpjestion.
TIIE BCRCLAtt'S BEGIXXIXO.
Yoai conld have done it far more cheaply
had you found this burJar when he was a
child, had yon taken his father and mother
from tho tenement house, or had you com
pelled tho owners to keep the tenement clean ;
or if 3-ou had widened the streets, if you had
planted a few trees, if you had had plenty of
baths, if you had had a school in the neigh
borhood. If you had taken somo interest In
this family some interest in this child in
stead of breaking into houses, he might have
been a builder of houses.
There is, and it cannot bo said too often,
no reforming influence in punishment; no
reforming power in revenue. Only tho beat
of men should be in charge of penitentiaries;
only the noblest minds and the tenderest
hearts should have the care of criminals.
Criminals should see from tho first moment
that they enter a penitentiary that it is
filled with tho air of kindness, full of tho
light of hope. The object should be to con
vince every criminal that he has made n
mistake; that he has taken tho wrong way;
that the right way is the easy way, and that
tho path of crime never did and never can
lead to happiness; that that idea is a mistake
and that the government wishes to convince
him that he fcas made n mistake; wishes to
open his intellectual ej-es; wishes to so edu
cate him, to so elevate him, that he will look
back upon what ho has done only with
LIKE A WILD BEAST.
This is reformation. Fnnishmcnt is not.
When tho convict is taken to Sing Sing or to
Auburn, and when a striped suit of clothes
is put upon him that is to say, when ho is
made to feel the degradation of his position
iso 6tep has leen taken toward reforma
tion. You have simply filled his heart with
hatred. Then, when he has been abused for
several years, treated like a wild beast, and
finally turned out again in the community,
he has no thought, in a majority of cases,
except to "get even"' with those who have
persecuted nim. He feels that it is a perse
Another view of tho subject is this: I have
read that of fifty criminals who had been
executed it was found, I believe, in nearly
all the case3 that the shape of the skull was
abnormal. "Whether this is true or not I
don't know, but that somo men have ft ten
dency toward what wo call crime I believe.
Where this has been ascertained, then, it
seems to me such men should be placed where
they cannot multiply their kind. Women
who have a criminal tendency should be
placed where they cannot increase their kind.
For hardened criminals that Is to say, for
t!io people who make crime a business it
would bo better to separato the sexes; to
send tho men to one island, the women to
another. Let them bo kept apart, to the end i
that people with criminal tendencies may
fade from the earth. This is not prompted
by revenge. This would not be done for the
purpose of punishing these people, but for
the protection of society for the peace an4
happiness of the future. New York World
fomenting About the Dugong.
The dugoug, a species of whale taken in
largo numbers at Queensland, has probably
furnished the slender basis of fact upon
which the mermaid arvl merman stories are
foundeL It is about eight to twenty feet
in length, Jives upon submarine beds of
seaweed, breathes by means of lungs, has a
humanlike head, with hair resembling a
man's beard. The flesh of the animal is
eaten and is said to have the flavor of beef,
veal or bacon, according to the part of the
body from which the meat is taken. The
oil has all tho medical qualities of cod liver
ff il, without the disagreeable taste or smell of
tho latter. j"h:'psgQ Herald.
An Explanation Desirable.
lie was doing very nicely in the parlor,
when a solemn voice came througty the open
window from the porch:
;TUlt young man makes me very tired."
"Pou't be alarmed, Mr. Sampson," said the
girl, as he hastily started up, "it is only
J'olly, our parrot."
"I understand it's the parrot," ho replied,
"but I would like to know who taught her to
talk." New York Sun; . .
Moue Saved by Sanitation.
Medical men have long been famili. r with
tho fact that sanitation has been a saving to
tho community at largo In doctor's bills, in
nursing, and even in days of lalor to tho in
dustrial classes. Hut it has been difficult to
put results into figures so as to impress the
public mind. Mr. Brudenell Carter at
tempted this in his inaitgurul address to tho
College of Stato Medicine. Every caso of
fever, he calculated, cost tho community $10.
Tho reduction in tho annual death rate from
fever to 4S1 per million from the 1801-00 rato
of U08 ier million represented a total saving
of 1 1,500,000, "but of this no one seemed
conscious; while tho annual cost of scarlet
fever at tho present time was ,000,000 a
year. If, therefore, wo could trace scarlet
fever to a deflnito cause, as a bovine disease
communicable by milk, wo could adopt pre
cautions which "would save tho country
everj' year somewhere about half as much
money as tho recent conversion of stocks,
ljesidcs much misery." ilero is a new light
upon disease. It is increasingly preventible,
and as wo reduce its virulence and range we
save money. Herald of Health.
The Shall' Imperial l?dict.
Tho shah bus caused a great stir in Persia
by issuing an imperial edict telling bis ieo-
ple that "they may engage with perfect con
fidence in all industries and enterprises
which are tho lasis of civilization and the
sources of iiappiuess and prosperity," that
they "may without fear or apprehension of
any kind exercise all rights of ownership
over their property," and that they "may
undertake any- enterprise requiring the com
bination of caoital or the formation of com
panies, such aa the construction of public
works, roads, etc," The world may bo con
sidered conouered when Fersia oicns hex
doors to civilization. New York Sun.
Tho President of 3Iexlco.
A correspondent writing from the City
of Mexico says : "I saw 'IJoii l'omno,'
as the people familiarly call the presi
dent, in tho forest of Chapultcpcc this
rnorninjr. He was mounted on a hanu-
eouio horse, wore a Wa.ck cutaway coat,
riding trousers, top boot3 and a tall,
shiny hat, and was as handsome a figure
on horseback a3 he is on fcot, which is
saving a good deal, as Gen. Diaz is a very
oblo looking man. He rides with grace
and ease, and was today accompanied by
an aide in characteristic Mexican riding
costume. Is ow we are to have, as we
trust, four more years of Diaz and peace,
wlucUtlie busv, progressive men of the
counc lerventiy nope lor. ' isew lorK
Tho German government has paid
200.000 marks to an Austrian engineer
named Mannlicher for a patent cylinder
stopper for quick loading rifles.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
"Resident 13 enlist.
Preservation of the Tsatural leetn a
Snecialtv. A ucst net ics given lor iaix-
.ESS FlI.I.INO OK JiXTKACTION OF 1 KKTII.
Artificial teeth inndu on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and insetted
as soon as tct th are extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlT.fJKltAI.O'S UbOt'Ii Pl.ATTSMOUTIt, NF.lt
ii. M. GAULT
lias moved and is now in the Mierwooo
room. Cor. 5th and Main Sts., where
he is better able to show his
Large Stock of Watchep,
CLOCKS AHD JEWELRY !
Than ever before, and v ill as nn induce
ment sill you Watches way down. Call
and get the Special Prices in Gold Watch
es; it will surprise vou. A Full Line of
the best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware.
Repairing will be si ven Spi.cial Atteu-
1011. All work warranted to give satis-
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
The only Dentlcts In the West controlinjr this
m. . . . - .1 i
iev fiysicitl I cxinicuiiK nun r iiuos
without Pain. ur anaesthetic is en
tirely free from
CIILOKOFOKM OR ETHER
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
Harmless To - All,
TeeMi extracted and artificial tee th inserted
next day if deshed. The preservation of the
natural teeth a specialty.
! OLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The verv finest. Office In I nion r.lcek, over
The CiiizeLB bunk.
Practical Pram and Organ Tnner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs.
Office at fJoeck's
To Joseph S.Kohn : You are hereby notified
hat iii sth lav of November 18m the fol
lowing described land toit : The4J
x Unr :mn t he N Eur of thels V or of
lufor. 11 vi i lie
f Sj-roWiisiiJp twe ye f P,'l N range twelve 12 eaet
la'Cass county. Nebika. taxed ?o J. S. .ohn
for the year IstS. -va sold to J. C Ploonier at
public tax sale for the taxs oi I
the treasurer of Cass county. N
ttie tunc tor redemption from sab
said sale will ex
pire on the 8th day il Noveniue iei ; ana
lurtherthat the ceitiflcate cf inrelui.se has
been assipned to the undersigned and that if
said land Is not redeemed ficiu said a'e I
iiall demand a deed for the fame from the
treasurer of said county.
oo i L17.ABKTH C. KIMBALL.
"By'p. C. Bloomer, he.- agent and attorney
S. F. TIH'MAS.
Attorney-at-baw nnd Notary Public.
Fitzgerald liluck. Plattmouth. Neb.
A. N. SUM.IVAN.
Attomey-at-baw. Will tflve prompt attention
to all bUfinesK intrusted to him. Olilce iu
Union Block, EasCrslde. Flattsiuouth. Neb.
A GltlClbTUlfAb IMP I. KM K NTS,
XI 1IAI.L& C K A I I
Alm irult iiml I in i)l em en ts.
Com tliiinl Puguien
anil Kutlifonl VVanoii" "(Jnod
'J i ui her an.
P.one lirv." sold and Warranted. Main street,
hctwnen'iSiMh aud Seventh.
FIltST NATIONAL HANK,
of PLittsnumtli. Capital $..(i.(iimi ; surplus 11,
l)(M. John Fitzgerald, Proidetit ; S. Wauyli.
(.'ashler; F. S. White, Nice-President, board
of Ui rectors : John Fitzgerald. F. K. While,
Jno. It. Clark, U. liawksoith. S. Waunh.
THE CITIZENS P.ANK.
of Plattsmout:.. Capital stock paid in, .).
Frank Carruth, I'reMdeiit ; vv. it. dishing.
Cashier; J. A. Connor, v lee-rref liieni. a
general hanking biiM-ie-s transacted. Collec
tions receive prompt mid careful attention.
blacksmith mid Wagonmaker,
uiillx, Puiiipsand Filtinf;.
Uoots anil Shoes, lirpaiiiiitf promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOOTS AND SIIOKS.
A complete aiortiuent of eveiy kind of Foot
wear ami ciieauer tnau ine cne:ie.si. wi'si oi
the Missouri Kiver. Also inaniilartiiiiii ami
BAKI'.EK SHOP ANO I5ATII liOOM,
El. MO K LEY.
lot :ind Cold bii'lis at all liours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair t'ultiiifr a Specially . Cor. .Mh
anu Main, utuler Larrutii t.
F. KTAPELMA NN,
bread. Cakes. Pies. Huns, etc..
Part v. WeddiiiK ami l-arey
Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
J. P. YOPNO.
P.ookseller. Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
floods. Toys. Confectionery, Hue t'lars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, Pianos and Organs anu
S. & f. MA YE It,
(ient's FurnishiiiK, Kine Tailor Made Clot hiiiK
in Men s. Hoys' ami tihililreirs w ear. J neir
lnees lely roniietition. lliev misrepresent,
nothing. Their Word 's Their P.ond.
V L. OOI.OINU.
"lothirg. Furnihinf; Ooods. Co to the o'd re
liable house for Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Uoots, Shoes. Main street, next UussCo, lsaiiK.
W C. E. WKSCOfT.
Clothing. Hats. Caps, tc. Kine Furnishings
our specialty. One price and no Mf'-cy tins
iness. it pays to trade with us. lioctv.wod P.lk.-
u jAia:irni canmm: co..
Prank Carruth, Henry .1. Streilit. Propiiclors.
l'ackers of the Climax lrand Vegetables.
.III Kit A PS.
v and Fine Cij
O. P. SMI III .t CO,
Dealers In Wall Paper, Paints, Oil. Art Mater
ials. Cigars c&c.
Diuff, Chemicals. Paints, Oils.
F. (J. FKICKK t CO.,
Irui;s. Medicines, t iieniicais. raiius, mis.
Varnish s. Dye Stuffs etc.. Hue Mationery,
Select Toilet and Fancy Articles.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. corner Maui and tith Ms.
Dry Goeds, Notions and Ladies' Ftimisiiii
Goods. Oue uoor east First National Hank.
ItY GOODS. GliOCKKIKS.
E. G. DOYEY & SON.
Carry a rirje stock of Kine Groceries, Dry
Goods. Carpets. O'leeiisware.VNotions, Mid
Fancy Goods, to lie found in the county. Up
per Ma ii. street, ueiueen ain ami oin.
DUS. CAVE & SMITH.
The Painless Deutii-ts." Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harm. Artificial teeth
inserted immediately after extracting imtnral
ones when desired. Jold and all other Fillings
etiietly first cUiks. Oftlce in Cnion IJlock.
FL'KN ITU KB.
FurnituTC. Eedding. l.ooKitiK (ilat'sei. Picture
Frames, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
Kurnitnre. Tarlor Suits, Upho'stery Goods.
Stoves. Oueeusware, Tinware, and all kinds of
Household Goods. North Cth street, between
Main and Vine.
GENT'S FUltMSHING GOOD.
J. II. DONNELLY.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hatte-. The mrst
complete and finest stock In the city. Carruth
Hlock, l or. 5th ana .Mam.
M. B. MURPHY CO.,
The Lending Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden aud Willow ware.
Flour, Feed, ice. Cash pa:a lor country proouce.
LEHNHOFF & SOENNICHSEN.
Groceries, Provisions, Glassware and Crockery.
and Fancy ;roceries.
BENNETT & TUTT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Green Fruits ad
Groceries and Queensware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars. Tobaccq and Cutlery, liiddte House.
Staple and Fancy Groceries. Glassware and
Crockery, Flour and Fee.
Prom iet or City Hotel. Terms, Sl.oo per
Special Attention given commercial men.
W'.G. KEEP Eli.
Sncces9or to O. M. Streiiriit. Harnes-i. Saddlery
Goods. Net". Robes, Dusters, aud all horse fur
7 " ' :
Hardware. Stoves. Tinw are. Table and Pocket
Cutlery. Rasors. etc. Household Sewing Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline store. rinwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Main
street, Rockwood Block.
Positively Your Last Chance !
WILX, - BPJ - OFFERED
From 7 a. m. Monday morning,
tJntil ID p,
I F Y O U A 11 K 1 N N K
us is an
siiip :i pounl ol lreilit
Vou soon and those wlio won
lie.ve that our Closing; -out Sal
y i'or advertising
doors closed and the
ed tor buying goods
DO - KTOT'T3KIjA.Y"1
WSsitc "Front Iry Cols
O V. A. MrELWAIN.
Watcher?. Clocks, Silverw.-ire and Jewelry.
Special Attention given to Watch Repairing.
J FRANK CARRUTH & SON.
Alwnvs carry a line ftocK of Diamonds. Watch
es, t'l' cks. Jewelry, silverware and Spectacles.
Drop in and inspect thcir;oods before parch a--iiijj
J J. SCHLATER,
Jeweler. Waltham Watches a Specialty. Main
Street, near Fourth.
CM. HOLMES .t SON,
The Checkered Earn. Livery. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed to all parts of the city.
Carriages at all traius. Coi ner Vine and Cth.
Wbo'esale and Retail Dealer in First
Beef. Pork. Mutton. Yeal. Lamb. etc.
streer, Neville Block. Prices moderate.
J. HATT & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Render their own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Maiu street.
F1CKLER & CO..
Poultry &c. We use o Iy the best erade
e stock, oysters anu game in season.
MERC HAST TAIIJR.
C. F. SMITH,
Merchant Tailor. Main t-treet. over Merges
shoe store. Complete Mock of samples. Fit
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 Bonnets, to be closed out at cost.
T ESTAURANT AND LUS'CH ROOM.
JA. JACOB HENNCH.
Meals and Lunches set ved to order at aM hourf.
AUo Oysters, t'igars. Tobacco, Pop and Cider.
Opposite Riddle House.
Sample Room and Billiard Hall. Choice Wines.
Liquors and Cigars. Billiard aud Pool Tables.
KRAHM & KLIETCH.
Sample Room. Imported and Domestic W'nes,
Lbjuors and Cigars. Only straight go.td.s han
dled. Milwaukee Bottled Lager a Specialty.
Cor. 5th and Main St.
n AMPLE ROOM.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
Nl'k Cunningham, proprietor Choice Wines.
Liquors and Cigars. Pool aud Bil.iard Tables.
R'ddle Jiome Block.
THE ELKIIORN SALOON.
Win. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. Agent for
Fred H rug's Celebrated Laaer Beer.
Wood for Sala.
Leave, orders with J. D. Tutt,
nett & Tutt's store.
tf, Plenty of feed, fiiui, graham ami
meal at HtjseV? niilJ. tf
m. , Saturday ovoning
K I) O F A X V T II J N (i.
i'nv p:isIi luiycrs
II in t
not wibli to
:ind we tin
I'll to lt!-
purposes av 1 1 1 lind out
V f O
O 5 u 3
"3IEN OF MARK."
Rev. X W. Simmons, D- D.
This book is one that every loyal per
son should possess. It tells of nil the
foremost colored men of the United
States. It gives their biographies, and
has over 100 fine steel engravings.
J O H 1ST C, BOONE,
Agent for Cass County.
R. B. Windham, John A. Davikr,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - Law.
Office over Bank of Ca-k County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
B.St M. Time Table.
No. 1. 5 :io a. in.
No, 3.-7 :00 p. in.
No. 5. 7 a. m.
No. 7.--7 :i p. m.
No.!'.-C :1" ). in.
No, 2.-4 m p. in.
No. L 10 :."o a. m.
Na. J 7 :15 p. m.
No. 10.--0 :15 a. in.
No. 11 1 ;'7 p. in.
A'l trains run daily by wavof Omaha, except
Nos. 7 and 8 which run to and from Schujler
daily except Sunday.
Nn. 30 Is a tubto Pacific .function at e. .h
No. PJ IsaBtub from Pacific J unctlou at tla.m.
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