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Je;' Clerk, -
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Clerk of District Co Jrt,
Attorney. f -Hupt.
of I'ub. Schools.
County J udge.
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transient brothers are respectfully luvueu to
1I ATTMOOTII KNCAM I'M EST No 3. I. O.
1 O. K.V .neeV- every 'tera,e I- rl; Ur
each ii.oiitli In the Ma-onic Hall. V isitint,
brothers are Invited to attend.
niKio lodge no. hi. a. o. u. vv.-Myej
1 everv alternate Friday eveulnti l 4-"'f
taU.-,4vv. Foreman ; trank 7n'
lioi"hbo'en. Guide; Geoige U8"rill',
u0uuufc i, i,,i1Imon Financier; Wali.
"bUity .ver M Maybrfht. Fast'M. W. ;
qulcklyit.rty inside Guard.
tlJi?, I'm,, vr) MODERN WttODMKN
LAMI M. J-,....1 fourth Mon-
il America -'"?""' ",, n transient
v(r nveuiU- at IV. oi i. - ,
the .re requested to meet w UU u-. I A.
rtieweoner, Venera.Me . ' w A-
worthy Aoviser ; -. j. " .
Boeck, CU-rk. .
1I ATTSMOUTII LODGE NO.H.A.O. U. W.
Met. every alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood Sill ?t 8 o'elocK. All transient broth-P-tf-y
vited ,o at -1 U H.
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IIUTrSMOU 111 l..u.r. -. " TT
A Meets on tl? ..ra Vu.. e i roth-
tw.ii iiitllltll at li rir nan. '
'ar'rdial.y lav "ed ton.eet wh M
V MllA rere!ary. jj.
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JKBKAKKA t ll''V. ,f each
re invited to meet with u. g ynixE, II. P.
Vm. HaV.h. Secretary. -
A(T 7M)N COMMA DAKY. NO. 5. K-
'-a WorSCH. NO l.r.'I.UOYAL XUCANUM
(yAmeel. tec-.Hland lourth Monday ol
. ....onth at Awauum Hall.LKsfjr
7'. C. Mi Nok. Secretary.
McCOWHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
C. n. lis Junior
K. A. Hat Junior Aajutant.
Malos DtXON .. .. 4jUiiri
CHAHkiH "'-- V. Sergt Major.
'jfeetlmr Saturday eveiiinji
PHTT3MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
i. ... ...Kobt. U Wiudhan;
l'reident. " . 1 iotid
l,t V i. e rrrsidjput - vvin Neville
i,d Vice President Herrmann
Secretary V. jj. tiullnnaii
T C Pl. hev K K. WbUe. . I -T. Patterson,
.1 iromIer.lt: Kl-'n. C. W. Sherman, t. t.or
a'er, J. V. wtctbai h.
Kepresont the following time
. tried and tire-tested companies:
.roerlcan Central-3'. Louis. Assets
l. Oi, of Nortto Americ. Phil. "
-erpool&London Si ilobe-Eng "
n British Mercantlle-Ea "
leid F A M.-Springfteld. '
Total Assets. $42,115,774
;ilEH YOU WANT
l and Ggnite Streets.
TTow dellclou U the wIdoIdz
Of kiaa at love's beglaolug;.
There Is gold, sad hero
My bluest veins to kiss; band tht.kiDgs
Ilsve Upp'd, aod trembled kJsnina;.
Drink to me only itb thine eyes.
And I will pledge with mine;
Or leave a kiss within the cup.
And I'll not look for wine. BenJonsou,
Jenny kissed me when we met.
Jumping from the chair she sat In.
Time, you thief I who love to pet
Sweet Into your list, put that in.
Say Tin weary, 7 I'm d;
Bay that health and wealth have missed me;
Say I'm growing old, but add
Jenny kissed me. Leigh Hunt.
WINES MADE TO ORDER.
A1,at an EnglUh Landlord Told In sCon
Iq Toolo's tales tbe reader gt-U an insight
Into hovr wines were made at some hotels.
Tbe author, meeting a stranger in a country
churchyard, recognizes Burley, tho former
landlord of an inn be used to frequent near
CumbrMge, now, it apiiears, retired to enjoy
the f ruiU of bis industry. Falling into a eon
fiiiential discourse about tho wny in which
this worthy conducted his business, the
author receives from him a most luminous
and satisfactory account of his wines. '
"You can't deny it, your wines were detest
ublo port, Madeira, claret, champagne"
"There now, sir; to prove how much gen
tlemen may bo mistaken, I assure you, sir,
as I'm an honest man, I never had but two
sorts of wine in my cellar port and sherry."
"Howl when I myself have tried your
"Yes, sir, my clarot, sir. Gentlemen who
pay their money, sir, have a right to be
served with whatever they may please to or
der, sir. I never wouin nave any wines iu
my house, sir, but port and sherry. But to
explain the thing at once, sir. This was my
plan, sir. If any one ordered Madeira: From
one bottle of sherry take two glasses of wino.
which replace by two glasses or uranay, auu
add thereto a slight squeeze of lemon, and
. . . . . i a.:.. i: A tm
this 1 round, to give general sausiauuuu.
tVa tllA TIAIa fi.ni 1 brown sherrv. sir. a couple
of glasses of nice pure water, in place of the
ntitv nf wine, miido what 1 used to
call my delicate palo (bj--the-by, a squeeze of
lemon added to that made a very lair uuiei
lus), and for my old brown sherry, a leetle
brown sugar was the thing. It looked very
much liko sherry that baa been twice to vue
East Indies, sir, and indeed, to my custom-
ers, who were very particular uuum men
w iucs, I used to serve it as sucii.
"But iny port was the wjno wnicu gave me
tho most trouble. One gentleman would
sav: 'Burley, I don't like this wine; it is too
heavy I' 'Is it, sir! I think I can luid you a
lighter.' Out went a glass of wine, and in
went a glass of water. v ell, sir, I d say.
how do you approve of that f ' n by urn
no; I can t say i iiiiueriaiiu, u , jwu
like an older wine sof ter. I think I can please
you. ir. Pump again, sir. 'Now, sir,' says
1 (winintr tho decanter Willi a impKin aim m-
nmphuutly holding it up to the light), 'try
this, if you please. ' ' 1 nafs i:, uuney iuai
tho very wino; bring another bottle of the
snma' But one can t please everybody mo
samo way, sir. Somo ceiitlowen would com
plain of my port as being poor without
body. In went one glass of braudy. ir mat
didnt answer, 'Ay, gentlemen,' says I, 'I
know what will please you; you like a fu.ler
i rniiwr nine ' Out went two classes
of wine, and in went two or three glasses of
brandy. This used to bo a very lavoruo
"And your claret?"
"ily good wholesome port again, sir. Thr e
u'uim nut. three waters in. one pinch of tar
taric acid, two ditto orris powder. For a
fuller claret, a little Dranuy; lor a uguter
claret, moro water."
"But how did- you -contrive aooui our
tiTkot-. -oa n- v r'arrt sir. with from three
to six drops of bergaroot, according as gen-
. M A.
tlenien liked a lull liavor or a aeuuate navur.
As for champagne, sir, that, of course, I made
'How do you mean 'of course,' Burieyr
Tkh c.r ha i.l with an innocent ret
waggish look, "surely everybody makes his
own champagne, else what can become of all
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the gooseberries f" uoaaoa. xaoie.
Th "ClilnoT'' Tonne Drummer.
To us old timers on the road nothing i3 so
amusing as the "chippy" drummer. We can
1 ,;.., n siirlit. TT tllBV look A3
aiU3 utu. -- to"
a.. T a tVtnrniihhrMl. but his baseaee eives
him away. He comes on his first trip with a
trunk full of clothing, and when ba gets on a
car he is loaded down worse than an old
maid who is going sixty miles. He is sure to
i o-olwos nnrl a sachet with a strap
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hanging from his shoulder. A hat box, two
cants (one for every day wear and the other
for Sunday), an umbrella, three railway
guides, a half dozen Rand& McNaUy state
f f nrlin" ran. a new novel, a
UUtX'S, mm. - o
pair of slippers, a rubber coat, a mohair
duster, a flask and a pipe, are a few of the
things which he surrounds himself with. We
knew him because he kicks at everything.
The road is rough or crooked, or the time is
slow. He notifies tbe conductor of the Pull-
ufm t.o tho deDofe of his intcn-
tion to report him. He discourses for an
hour upon tue exionion ua iuw vu$z
When he gets off at a station he refuses to
rj ntc tha nmnihus man and walks
ini wvi v..w - .
to tbe hotel, and swears later when required
to pay a drayman 75 cents for hauling his
baggago from the depot n asks for- tha
best room in the hotel, and does not get It
Meet that samo fellow four years later, and
he has dropped all of his valises except one
nall one, and he no longer travels with
canes, umbrellas, slippers, railway guides,
11 that. One side of
HUTZv A UUUCJ WWsr W K 7 T
his valise will contain his samples, and all
the clothing he will need for a two months'
. i . v a Atlinr stria. Ha parries two
suits ol luidsrclothing, two white shirts and
a change ol socas. ) nen iuo uwu
tracked while tbe road Is being cleared of a
freight wrecx, ne iase ui
goes into a hotel the clerk recognizes him as
ou2 of tbe boys and gives biro tbe best tb
hoiiso affords, and then he takes a hand
in Laving fun with "chippies" himself.
Chicago Drummer in Globo-Democrat.
One of th saws in a North Carolina mill
was knocked gaHpy t?$ by a lot of grape
shot imbedded in log (hat had eyidenfly
frown upon tqvw field of bsttla.
ON THK HILLTOP.
I, xva upoo the hilltop yet,
Aad free from every tangling fret;
And ever thus, la peace of mind.
1 give my pity to my klDd.
Tbe "Cpiet" Canoe I lacs.
There is one event in every canoe regatta
that amuses tbe lay spectator the "upset"
race. The sailing races may be tiresome,
and devoid of interest through lack of wind.
The paddling races may be exciting; but for
pure fuu the upset race is sure tocary oft the
palm. It is, to begin with, a short race, or
about WX) feet. The canoes are started just
as in paddling races, and when well under
way, a signal is given from shore, at which
every paddler must immediately capsize his
canoe, turu it completely over, regain his
seat, and paddle to the finish. The overturn
ing of tbe whole fleet of canoes at tbe same
instant is a novel and ludicrous sigli, and
tho struggles of the paddlers to craw 1 over
the sides of the canoes, without again upset
ting them, are very funny to watch.
These races have produced more skill in
handling the canoe under diillculties than
any other event. The contestants must be
good swimmers and strong. 1 hey must be
active and thoroughly accustomed to the
water, and must have a practical knowledge
of balance If an "upset" or "man over
board" event should be added to rowing re
gattas it might g far toward reducing the
annual number of accidents and fatalities
from this, tine sport The fun comes in at a
canoe "upset" race mainly from the entire
absence of danger. Risk is lacking simply
because the men who compete are all skillful
hands. The training is invaluable to the
anoeists, and it has prevented many an ac
cident by giving tbe paddlers confidence in
be canoes and themselves when accidentally
placed in trying circumstances. Outing.
Curiosities of Vrgetabla Grouta.
It is a singular and as vet unexplained fact
that in certain 6pecies of vegetable growth
there are found a variety of stones supposed
to be formed and deposited in their tissues
from tbesilicious and calcareous juices cir
culating in their organisms. Thus, in the
bamboo a round stone is found at the joints
of the cane called "tabasheer." Another
curiosity of the sort is the "cocoanut stone,"
found iu tho endosiierin of tho cocoanut in
Java and other East India islands. Dr.
Kirainins describes it as a pure carbonate
of liuie. It is sometimes round, some
times pear shaped, while tbe appearance is
that of a white pearl without much luster.
Some of the stones are as large as cherries
and as bard as feldspar or opal. They are
very rare and are regarded as precious stones
by the orientals and charms against disease
or evil spirits by the natives. Stones of this
kind are sometimes found m the pomegranate
and other East India fruits. Apatite has
been discovered in the midst of teak wood.
New Orleans Picayune.
The rastloie of Theft.
The sport of thieving, iu its various forms.
is tbe most irresistible of all pastimes, writes
the late Chief Justice Cockburn in bis re
miniscences. What have tbe moors equal to
itf No license to jay for, no permission to
ask, no close time, total idleness, great risk,
frequent success, constant excitement, a
community of tbeir own, the whole public
their preserve, the delight of eluding the
law, and the many chances of escape even
after being caught trespassing. If anything
could be required to whet their appetite foi
this game, it would be its contrast with the
dullness of a good prison recently left I
hope I'm wrong, but if there be a thoroughly
reformed twice convicted thief, I would
rather pay a shilling to see him than to see
any other wonder in any living show. Home
Snperiorlty of Canadian Tea.
Our scientific editor has been at a 5 o'clock
Labrador tea. Tbe beverage was a success
rated by some as sujerior to China teas. It
was prepared simply as follows: Leaves of
the present season. Boiling water poured
on, and kept covered for about twenty min
utes; kept nearly to boiling point but not
allowed to boil. - Sweetened with refined
Cream or milk added. Tbe dried
leaf of Ledum latifolium could bo put on the
market, allowing the widest margin, at ten
cents per pound. .Educational ueview.
Montenegro's Only Vocation.
Walter Baring, British agent at Cettin je,
Montenegro, reports that there is only one
road fit for a wagon in the whole country,
and that there is practically no industry,
Montenegrins scorning any pursuit but that
of arms. All the tailors, painters, carpen
ters, masons, and other artisans are foreign
ers, and all goods except those which are the
direct product of agriculture are imported,
and are of the commonest description, except
the green and white cloth used for men's
coats. New York Bun.
Exhibited Ocular Evidence.
Concinn rVmimissiouer You sav vou were
v . " -
literally pieroed with bullets. I don't see
how it was possible lor you to survive iub
riddling. Have you any witness who can
certify to the exact number of bullets that
entered your body!
Applicant Yes, sir; after the battle the
chest protector which I had worn ras in
this terrible and convincing condition. (And
bo exhibited a well worn porous plaster amid
excited silence.) juage.
VTMte and Gold.
The charm of the combination -white and
gold may be realized from a window deeora-risin-
sif a nrrtminent leweler. The back of
wvu v m -
tbe window is draped in white and its poor
covered with white. Against this pure set
tine are placed all kinds of delicate jewels
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in gilt, gold ana amoer. uiutw, uviKrai
nn,i man? nthpr handsome articles ac-
auire an added beauty from their dazzling
background. unicago neraiu.
Had Other PromectF.
An assessor, endeavoring to ascertain tht
value of a church property in Virginia, asked
i. .T?sir -illarn " was the reolV.
1U V OiUOi - ' -
"Has the church any other property r was
the next question, and tbe answer was:
"Yes, a pitcher and a tin cup." Chicago
To Prove HU Case.
An Augusta, Me., boy brought tho family
o;i.i- ,m tr n circus which was exhib-
itiu" in tbe town in order to prove that be
r.aroun- enough to go in at half price.
True poetry Is but the rose
That's painted by sweet Fancy's brush
As it adorns the branch of prose.
And beautifles Thought's Uioruy bush.
NOT YET OVERCROWDED.
The Kartlt Should Not lie Called Over
Tn m. recent reuort of the German statisti
cal bureau, the director expresses the opin-
ion that population lias not overcrowuea any
and that its resources.
properly husbanded, are adequate to tho sup
port of an enormous addition to oermany s
4.1 000.000 neonle. It is inaccurate to say that
any part of Europe is overjxjpulated. When
the most of Uermany was a succession oi
barren plains, and a large part or iionauu
sua nnrlor water, those countries could have
supported only a small part of tbe Deople who
now inhabit them. It would navo been a
case, however, not of excessive population,
but almost wholly undeveloped resources.
So long as human ingenuity can ami to tne
Droductivencss of a country it should not Ik
Mr. Cadell or tno ixeoiogu-ai ourvry or
Scotland has recently ib-w:: t Lii-.s lau
P.ritUh i nil.l ir? onmnlaiu of overnonulation.
and look with favor upon schemes of state
aided emigration, a vast deal can yet bo done
to enrich soils, reclaim waste lands, develop
new iudustries and improve methods of hus
bandry, all of which would add greatly to
the resources of their little corner of the
globo and enlarge its capacity for supporting
its teeming population in comfort. The
Dutch are still reclaiming irom tno sea an
average of 2,500 acres a year, and Holland's
resources aro more than keeping pace wnn
Its increase of population. Though there are
J4U people to the square mile, the Jjutcn nvo
in comfort and few emigrate.
nil inn nrnwr hna onlv a little over one-
tViinl rf nnr area, thouzh her population is
six times as great as ours; and yet, though
tho industrial knowledge of tho Chinese is in
many respects extremely primitive, China is
far from being overpopulated. The Chinese
fields like wardens, irather fertiliz
ers from every conceivable source, sow tbeir
grain in furrows, and hoe it as wo ao corn,
wasting nothing in the processes of sowing
and harvesting. Give tho Chinese modera
agricultural implements, enlarge tueir scien
tific and technical knowledge, and with their
consummate painstaking a stili greater popu
lation may live within tueir ooraers.
Tt cives us a vivid sense of the erandeur or
our own country when we reflect that wo
have as yet merely scratched the surface of
its inexhaustible resources, and that nuuoreus
of millions may live herein comfort New
Nature and Treatment of Felons.
Tha cr railed felon is an acute inflamma
tion of the sheaths of the tendons or of tho
coverings of the bone. It is accompanied
with very severe throbbirr; pain, great
nJimuc nrt nftAn TnlliTlh Constitutional
LCUUCl - - - - .
disturbance, as indicated by fever and rapid
pulse. This anection is not oniy very dis
tressing, but is also attended with some
danger. In persons debilitated and sickly,
death lias been known to result from poison
ous absorption. Tho skin covering the
finjrers is very thick, so also are the deeper
... . i . - i i
coverings, especially tuat wnicu envelops
the boho. When pus forms, it finds an open
ins upward difficult, and, therefore, burrows
back toward the nand. as tne lnuamma
ir offonrla th rlari'rer becomes intensified.
The abscess, if not checked, sometimes pro-
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ceeds up the wrist, and even to tne eioow.
In the meantime the sufferings are terrible,
ho parts are enormously swollen, and the
skin seems bursting. If a knife is not used
t- m,il:n frm incisions alon.2 tbe track of tho
disease, the pus will probably at last struggle
. . . . i i. i... i .. .
to the SKin ana aiscnarge iisen; nut uciuio
doing so the muscles will be broken down,
honeycombed, and, to a considerable extent,
destroj-ed. Partial death of the affected
bono is not uncommon.
A felon is easily recognized; none are so
ignorant they cannot detect it iu tho early
stage. While yet confined to the end of the
anger, if it appears there, the sufferer, with
out waiting to test tbe efficacy of bis neigh-i,-v,.o
n-hims nnl th virtues of "sure cures."
should at once place himself iu the care of a
phvsician. IT ho is competent, tne tacc -win
be "readily apparent, for he will, even before
there is much swelling, insist upon opening
tbe abscess without delay. If the physician
urges this treatment, and the patient through
fear of the knife declines, then the latter
assumes all responsibility, and for what may
happen subsequently can blame no one but
himself. If, on the other band, tho medical
attendant does not insist upon making an
opening to admit of a free discharge of pus
which may have formed, or which there is
reason to believe will form, then be is liable
for any misfortune dependent on the bur
rowing of the pus; for he has clearly and
unmistakably failed, through ignorance or
neglect, to perform bis duty to his patient
Journal of Health.
Before a Chicago Panorama.
The panorama was a revelation to Chicago
Nobody could understand it, and the explan
ations of the imaginary causes producing the
startling effect were often extremely ludi
crous. It Jopks like "all out doors." Said
one of the first vistiors: "I can understand
how you can have these soldiers painted, and
the landscape, but what puzzles me is bow
you make the landscape fit the sky." .He had
noticed the shifting effects of natural sun
light on the canvas, and had no doubt that
he was looking at the real sky.
One night at the closing hour two rough
looking but well dressed men swaggered up
to tbe box office and called for tickets. uToo
late," said the manager; come to-morrow.
The lecturer has gone home." With kindly
oaths and quaint persuasion they gained ad
The instant they reached
the platform their hats came off and their
voices sanfc to wnispers. xuey ruiu,
rough and drunk as they were, that they
were in the presence of death. Presently,
encouraged by the perfect silence, a rat ap
nnwi in fha fnrpe-roiimL That peculiar cri
tical illusion which increases distance and
magnifies objects on the canvas made tna,i
rat appear several timea his real siae. 'It'
a oat," said one, as be grasped the other by
the arm, trembling as though Satan had
cluthed him. "It'a only a mouse," responded
m.naror "Tom. it's time for us to col"
said the first speaker, pulling bis stupified
companion to tne stairway, x uejr npuke w
another -word and -went out upon the street
perfectly aober. Chicago Tiro-
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
"Vu have jut placed on our thcl a
NEW STOCK OF ZEPHYRS
We arc laily
Goods For Fall
And have a Complete Line of
FALL & WIWTER GOODS
Our Yarn.; in Spanish, Saxony, (Jcrinan aul Zrphyrs
are on s:ile.
Dress Flannels and Velvets, Carpet, etc., iu all the
LADIES' AWD CHILDREN'S SHOES I
None but "Western-made (Jo.ds Kept in Th.it Line.
( 1 i ve us a (all,
JOS. V. WSCKBACH.
S. V. THOMAS.
Attorni-v-at-Law siml Notary Public. flW In
l-'iizgera':d Mock, riatti-iiioiilh. Neb.
j-t- a. niu.i.ivAii,
Attorney-at-buw. Will uive prompt attention
to all hUMiiess intrust--! to him. Onico in
lr Vaat ilo I'hutsmoiitli. Neb.
Agricultural 1 iiitilelllClltH. ('Olirtlalld UllJIKieH
ami Kuthford Wacoae. "(Jood 'limber and
liune Dry," sold anil Warranted. .Main street,
between Sixth and Seventh.
FIUST NATIONA I. HANK,
of Pliittsmoulli. Capital S.vt.ono ; snr.lii Sll,-
Ooo. John 1-itfreralil, !"rcnlein ; h. wauun.
Cashier ; r. ii. While, icc-rresiueiii. iioaru
of Directors : John Fitzgerald. K. K. White,
Jno. It. Clark, I), liawksworth, S. Waugh.
THE CITIZENS BANK,
f Plattsinout:.. -apit-l stock paid in, SSO.rmo.
Frank Cairuth. President ; W. II. OushiiiK,
CaMiicr; J. A. (V.iinor, Vice-President. A
treueial banking bui'iess transacted. Collec
tions receive prompt and careful attention.
Blacksmith d Wnironmaker, Dealer in Vlnd
lnilix. Pumps and Fittings.
BOOTS AM) SHOKS.
Hoots and Shoes. Itepainni; promptly attended i
to. fcouth bide JWani street.
TJOOTS AND SHOKS.
U PliTKK -MKKOES,
A comtilete assortment of eve) v kind of Foot-
wear and cheaper than the cheapest wt-st of
the Missouri Kiver. Also inanutartuiing and
BAUIiKU SHOP AND II ATI? K0OM.
Hot and Col i P.a lis at all i.ouis. Ladies' and
Cliildn n's Hail Cuttini; a specialty . Cor. &th
ami Main, under Carrutli 'a.
Bread. Cakc, Pies. Buns, etc., freh daily.
Pari v, Weddiiii; and Famry Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
.1. P. YOU NO,
Bookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Oncds, Toys. Confectionery, .Fine Cigars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, I'iauoH and Organs and
CLOTH IN .
S. &C. MAYER.
Oen's Furnishings, Fine Tailor Made Clotliinj;
in Men's. Boys' and :ildrrn's Wear. 'J heir
prices defy con-petition. Thev misrepresent
nut Ii-.n. Their Word 's Their Bond.
I loth'i'g, Furiiifii inn (ioods. io to the old re
liable house for Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks,
Boets, shoes. Main street, next Cass Co, Bank.
v C. E. WKSCOTT,
Clothinpr. Hats, Cabs, dc. Fine Furnishings
our specialty. One nricc and no M'' W-v I'.us
iness. Jt pays to trade with us. RocK..uod Bik.
CANNING COM FAN Y.
CARRCTH CANNINO CO.,
Frank Carrutli. Henry .1. Streiirht, Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax Brand Vegetables.
n N F ECTION Eli ,
v PHILLIH KliM'S,
I rurt. Confectionery ami Fine Cigars.
O. P. SMI II & CO,
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paint, Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &e. litoliwooj Block.
GERINO & Co.
Drugs, Chemicals. Paints, Oils.
F. G FRIOKE .1- CO..
1 )riii?f. Medic-ices. Chemicals. Paints. Oils
Varnishes. Dye Stuffs etc. Flue Stationery, I
Select Toilet ana ranoy Articles.
F. S. WHITE.
Dry Goods, Groceries Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. corner Main and Cth St.
Dry Gocdf, Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
Goods. One door east First National Bank.
-. lb. If. i 'J ,1-1 iMI.I,
Carry a 1 irge stwk of Fine Groceries, Dry
Goods, Carpels. O-ieensware. Notions, nd
Fancy Geo. Is. to be found in the county. Cp-
DR. CAYE & SMITH,
"The Painless Dentists." Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harm. Artificial teeth
inserted immediately after extracting natural
ones when deired. Gold and aU othr Fillings
st'icrly first cla'S. OCice iu t'l.tou Block.
U L" UN 11 L'KK. ?
Furniture. Bdrtinp. looking Glage, Picture
FrarneH. etc. Wocden and Meta,l Caskets kept
r I'KNI 1 1'ltE.
C I. PICA It LM AN.
Furniture. Pailol .Suiiw, I plio'slrry f.nodr,
Sloves, iieeijtuarc, 'I imvare, unit all kinds of
HoiHehoid ionds. North (Jl'i stieet, lietwerii
Main and Vine.
fi KNT'S "F C K N 1 s I! I N t ; (i'liips. "
'J J. 11. DUNNFLLY.
OenlM Fine Furnislier ami Hatter. Tin' liioxt
coniplcie and llnest utoek in tin; clly. Carrutli
niock. Cor. .Mil and Main.
jM. P.. M15IIP11Y Jir. CO.,
The I.eadlnK Dealers in Oroeerie"4. (!roekery,
China, Lamps, Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed.&c. VuAi paid for country produce,
LKIINHOFF ii SOHNN ICIISKN ,
(Jiocerief, Provifions, Olasswarc and Crockery.
(Jret n, Staple and Fanpy OrocericH.
P.ICNNKTf ft: TL'TT.
Staple and Fancy Orocerics, Oreen I'rultx and
:rof lies and (Vueenswaie, Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tubac-co and Cutlery. Kiddle Houce.
CI1KIS. WOHLFAK'1 11,
Staple and l-'ancy irocerics, Olasswaie and
Crockery. Flour and Feed.
Fit ED '-OOS,
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms, ft. on per day.
Special Attention given coiniueicial men.
W. K EKFEIt.
i Successor to O. m! Str-ltr'iii. Hainem, Saddlery
J ;ooils. Nets. Hnbes, Dusters, and all horse fur-
. n isliini! H(0(s.
HARD W ARK.
Hardware. Stoves. Tinware, Talile and Pockrt
Cuticry. Kasois, etc. Household hewini; Ma
chines and Jewel Oasoliue stovef. 'linwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Alain
street, Rockwood Block.
SAM. '40! ROOM.
Sample Room aud Billiard Hall. Choice Wines-,
Liquors and Cigars. Billiard ami Pool Tables.
FRAHM & K LI ETCH.
Sample Room. Imiioried and Domestic Wtnes,
l.ni'iois and Ciirars. Only straight goods han
dled. Milwaukee Hotllcil Laer a Siecialty.
Cor. Oth and Main Sts.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANOE.
Nic k Cunningliain, proinictor hoice Wln'S,
Liquors iiid tligars. Pool and Billiard 'Tables.
R'ddle House Block.
THE ELKIIORN HA LOON.
Win. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers ff
Soda Wat-r. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. Agents for
Fred K rug's Celebrated Lager Beer.
P. A. MrELWAIN.
Watches. Clocks. Silverware and Jewelry.
Special Attention given to Watch Repniiinx.
w FRANK CARRUTH & SON.
Always carry a fine stock of Diamond. Watch
es. CI cks. Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles.
Drop in and inspect thelrgoods before parehas
ing elsew here.
J. SCH LATER,
Jeweler. Waltham Watches a Specialty. Main
Street, near Fourth.
C. M. HOLMES & SON.
The Checkered Barn. Li very. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed to all partsof the city.
Carriages at all trains. Corner Vine and MU.
Who'esale and Retail Dealer in First Qua Mr
Beef, Fork. Mutton. Veal. Lamb. etc. Sixth
stree', Neville Block. Prices moderate.
J. IIATT & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Render tbeir own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main street .
FICKLER & CO..
Eggs, Poultry Ac. We use ordy the best erade
of uaiive stock. Oysters and game In season.
C. F. SMITH.
Merchant Tailor. Main pireet. 'over Merges
shoe store. Complete stock of samples. Fit
guaranteed. Price defy competition.
MRS. J. F.JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latent Styles f Mil
linery aud Trimmings ; ao Children's and In
fants'' Boimes. to be cloed cut at cost.
TESTALKANT AND l.CNCH ItOOM .
iSt JACOB UENNCH.
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at a'l hour.
Also Oysters, cigars. Tobacco, Pop aad Cider.
Opposite Riddle lionac.
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