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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1H8S.
.1ST YE All
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usurer - - Jamih Pattkbson.jm.
,me,J..dge. - - V II M AMOK
lJirllll, - jj V WltCKHACH
Coiiuclliueii, 1st ward, j A SAi-tsnuitY
" 2nd ,,. a KHII'MXN
) M i MuueilY
3rd h VV DUfTON
4th. " m Cai.ukx. 1'iiks
1.1 WJOMNH (N.CllAIBJIAN
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"Uiuuiu" JlJ II UA
HAWK, it WOBTII
I. A. CAMI'RKI.I.
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w. ii. rMi.
John M I.kvua
W. C. JSHOWALTICK
J. C. Kill K.MBAHV
Deputy treasurer, -
Clerk. - -Deputy
of Deeds -
iMpiuy !Ct rdr
Clerk of Litriet lo irt,
hu;it. of Pub. School.
f '..nut v J it. life
A.U.To..Ch'm.. - - wJJTvW"lVJr
Lou i K..11Z. - . 1 K inwood
A. I!. I kso.v. -
,t tfi V"-i-li.Uy vited to
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o I. iiif'Vi every 'trr..;iie r r . :iy
each mouth t' Miif! Hull.
-i i.. VI . uiili II. III. 1 l.lliinh
Brother- are i'i"ci iuo-
hall Triuslent brothers are r.-)- tf i U lu-
1'." J. Kanz. Inside Watch.
7,.. CAMI NO 352. MODERN WOODMEN
CrneYi eVt.-Sj.coj.d ..".rlMonj
.lav evening at K. of . '" All uano."fc
.&Ur "art requested to meet witu .. U A.
N.m ner. Veuurable I ;t wil ; . -. r , "es
Mi orthy Adviser ; s. O. W .'Id". Banker , w. a.
1" 7 TTSJH HJ ril LOIMSK NO. 8, A. O. V. W.
Me.-t- ev'-ry nlteruate Friday e vei.lnB at
ItockiodhiUlatHoVloeK. All transient brotlip
ern are r-wtMHy invited io attend. U
W.Me. kecord;; ; lonara rwp. overseer.
II L VTlMOt'TH LOIK'.E NO. . A. K. & A. M.
1 Hrrtira Hip r-t and third Mondays of
each month at M.-ir j:jJI. All tra-.s'et J broth
f are cordially ivue.l toj.e.t y. MU ?i
W mHat v Xt-cretary. .
Ml;Vs, -r,l ami fourth Ti. Jay of eaeh
,ouih at W3M.li Hall. Transc.eut u.ulhei
are inv.ted to .rt with us. p u p
V.' 11AVS. Secretary.
M r 7l(jN COMMA DAUV. NO. 5. K. ''
MeeV- first unt t.ird Wednesday n. lit of
eall month at M.iho Uall. is"i.i brother
are cordially luviUd to ineet w ll h n.
WU. llAY. Itdi.'. 1 . K. Will IK. fc- t -
C mertrt tlsecondand fourth MoiutaV of
each month at A"Zsikir.sx. Kegent.
V. C. Mi. sou. Secretary.
MCCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R-
J. Y. J ohnhox ... omniandcr.
F. a. HA r.w .Junior Adlutant.
;f.o. Silf.1 o m
I. CCl'tti' ioil V,"1'"M
Aietin Saturday eveinu
PHTTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
T?..l. It Wiiilh.lll
Kol.t. IJ Windham
A. . To.ld
I F. JleumaiiK
...F. It- (Juthman
1st Vice President...,
iul Vice rresideut......
J JA.V,Ie?. h! El-o... C W. -SUernjan. F. ;or
d" r. J. V. e l;b:ie!i.
Represent the following time
trial and iire-teited companies:
Americau Cantral-S". Louis. Assets
Fire Assocl itlon-Phlladeihia.
' rranklln-FUIIad.-lplila. "
Home-Xew Vork.. "
Ins. C of VortU America, Phil. "
'4rerpooliLond.a 3: 'iloba-Eajf "
-tlti British Mercantile-Ko '
leld F. & M.-Sprlng(leld. "
Total Assets. ?12.113,77-'
WHEH YOU WANT
2th ati'l Granite Streets.
:07 and Builder
HUBRAH FOR MAINE
Republicans Elect Their Candi
dates by the Largest Majority
THEY CARRY EVERY COUNTY.
Prohibition Cuts But Little Figure.
All Congressmen Llocted by
The Maine Election-
IVuhland. Me., S -pt. 11 There nro
507 towns nntl plantations in Maine; of
these, returns have been rroeiued from
211, which gave Uurhili (rep.) rfi,01D,
Putnam (dem.) 41,48, CusIiiiifjCprohib.)
1,774, Bcatterin'r.4J.'7. Tlie same towns
in IHS'i gave tlie repullicans 4U.1H0,
democrats 3U,09."i, prohi!itionits 2,442,
kcntteriii HnrK-ish' plurality i
14,37:1, aiiuBt 10, 005 in IHsr,. Tlie rep
ublican gain is 4,:i0S. The 2tf towns to
hear fro;n gave In 1860, republicans 20,
8:51, democrats 17.UH, prohibitionists
1,420. If the same ratio of ?ain r.nd
loss Iri maintained tie final Yte will
stand ; Republican MOr2.5i. democrats
(;0,443, prohibitionists 2,810, scnttering
957, total 144,104, with a plurality for
ho republicans of J9.R07. In 1884 the
total vote tdood: Republicans 78,Cy,
democrats C8,9."4; republican plurality
10,733. Tlie labor vote this year is in
cluded in the scattering, bMt evidently
somo of the Rcattcrin" should be assigned
to the prohibition vote. Four represen
tatives in congress are elected with in
Thirty-seven towns and cities in the
First district gave Reed (rep.) 15,548,
F.mery (dem.) 13,005. Reed's plurality
is 2,543. The same l-owns in 1S8G gave
Reed 1.375 plurality.
Augusta, Sept. 11. Chairman Mauley
has sent ihc following telegram;
To Hon. M. S. Quay, chairman of the
republican national committee, New
York : We haye carried the state by a
plurality pf twenty iiiOuud- Have
chosen the entire deliation in congress.
Reed's majority will reach 2,500. The
majorities fop P'Pgley, Boil telle and
Miliken will exceed six thousand, re
sDectiuely. We have chosen every sen
ator and nearly four-fifths of the repre
sentatives in our lejis'-ahne, r.nd have
carried every county in the state on the
Bbiine. has telegraphed General Harri
son as toiioArj;
Augusta, Sept. 11. General Ben Har
rison, Indianopolis, Ind: Returns up to
9 o'clock indicate that the republican
candidate will have more tha twenty
thousand majority over the democratic
candidate, the larcofc majority since
1800. Tlie prohibition vote falls off
everywhere. James G. TJlaixb.
A I-irge bodv of citizens, headed by a
band, tendered Governor-elect Burleigh
a sereuade this evening to which he res
ponded in a brief speech. The proces
sion then called at Mr. Blaine's residence
and in response he also made a congratu
Lewistox. Sept. 11. In the second
distric t ex-Governor Dingley (rep) is re
elected by pearly 5,000 plurality oyer
Allen (dem) and 3,500 majority over all,
a republican gain o about 1,000 over
ltis majority of 18S4, and 1,000 mote
than his mijorsty in 1880.
"TIpi la TVortU Msnti.
Poet Edmund Stedman, stock broker,
when not courting the Muses has hit upon
jt new idea In connection with interviews.
Th JSew.York Herald published recently
several coluinns pf extiaets rrom Miss Ameh
Rives' closet tragedy of "Herod." Tho tal
ented Virginia lady is still Miss Rives in tin
literary ranks, though she has become Mil,
Chauler. A -reporter was then sent to Mr.
Stedman to" gef hia opinion of the tragedy
ia the form of an interview. The reporter
found Mr. Stedman, but did not get the
interview. "Did you bring a check
with vouT the poet broker asked.
2ho, the reporter d id not bring a phect- 2?cws.
papers are not in the habit of sending
checks by reporters to pay for interviews.
"Very well; no check, no interview," said
Mr. fc5tedni6.il. Jf the Herald wanted an in
terview wi'.h him about the book pf Wiba
Rives, it should be willing to pay for it. His
time and opinions were worth money. Tho
IkreM itself reports Mr. Stedman this way.
Foiiibly the poet lias already obtained olj tfuj
newspaper fame he wants. ' Possibly "ht
thinks the interview business has been car
ried too far. If lliat is his opinion, a good
maDy othero share it with him. But there is
kUI a pretty large number of men, of various
d'egteesof greaitj-fi, whq frQuld be glad
give interviews gratis, just for the glory of
getting into print The craving for that
kind cf glory probably will never die out
York Cor. Detroit Free Press.
An Archaeological Wonder.
Excavations made in Tzintzuntzan, in Ya
it'is, Mexico, iu search of treasure are said
to have revealed a magnificent palace, which
is an archasoiogical wonder. Boston Budget.
Tbe Kussian Cradle.
'"The Russian cradle is never empty." As
a statistical fact the excess of Russian births
annually U from 1,000,000 to 1,250,000.
There are but three cornet factories in the
country, and these are at Bob ton, Philadel
phia and Elkhart, Ind.
Silence, nW-plcj": on a wast of oeea-i;
t',iiulo n. westward trailelh a red ml real::
On wliit xeu i:rl. i--J llli kcurco u motion.
Cliall-t:fcs the MiMmtw with a b!:ri-k;
('liai!en;:fj the stillnt-ss. upward wln-elin;;.
Wheiv noroo rveky x-aU couttiimnh her rude
WUilo t!i shadows o'er the water they cin?
A they whisper to tlie lulenee: "T'l-'iv i rvatf"
Uown where tho broad a-nlx'si river
Glides awuy Into mime hhadowy l.r'oon.
IJe. the auielipi;. aad hears the .-:dl.'ts rj::i .--.-,
Sha!;ea l" the sultry bivut'i of neou;
Si'iti tho water ripple in i:.s lluwi::
Feelu the uluiosphere with fragrance ,ip
rrea!iitf liia di-L'aiiis, but the mvetest U the t.n.w
Th::t uj-jo him aud around lii::i thre L-i ivst.
Centuriti have fadel Into shadow;
L.inh is fertiln with the dusi f niau s decay;
Pil-jriuiM ail iimu wen to o:ue bri-'it. 11 l;raiio.
But they wearied aud they laintf.' by tho v.ay
Eonio wero sick r. 1th the smrfrituru f plia:ire:
tioiuo ivero bowed beneutli u oiux' encumbered
Cut, in turn, they all trol lif's stately measure.
And all paused belimcd to wonder: -Is (hero
Look, O man 1 to that limitless hereafter,
Wheu thy annuls' i shad bo lifted from Itu dust:
When thy Wit-pliiji shall ho melted into laughter,
Aud thy love bliull bd sevei-ed from its hut;
When thy soul bliull bo sanctified with seeing
Tho ultimate dim Thule of the Llet,
And the passion huuuled Tever of thy being
Shall b drifted ia A univorse of rent)
lVrcy Somers rayno.'
A Lesson In Art Criticism.
At one of the elegant homes of the city
there is a daughter who js quite an artist
Recontly a gentleman called who prides him
self upon being an art critic.
"O, did you know we have just purchased
one of Frederic Loighton's pictures, Mr.
Adalbert i" asked the younjj giiL "Do come
out and see it," leading the way. It repre
sented Htdesierted wharf, with a young girl,
hor draiiet ies bloivu by tlie wind, looking
out over a rough sea.
Mr. Adelbert wus eharined
"Such color! Such a curve of the arms!
Stieli io:e a:ij g:;isu i:i tlio fi;rur! Ia foir
Frcderie's ltst Vi-in. Believe mu, yon have
n peni in thU picture."
Tho young lady's mother was alarmed,
olieror.ld not leruiit sueli deivptioq. ''Why,
J) ulfii paintir.) that herself, Mr. Adelbcrt.
She j.ist ltwin-j yoq for flattery."
F.xit Mi. AileJb.'ft with a j u.-er l-xik on his
:';:ee :::s'i wi'.h Mis.' Gladys biting her lins lii'
aiile the dimples Ht er.ri'i from V.m latig'.i
.uljl!.!:g t:; froin her very toes, lla'f the
itt rritUi-i are just like that, too. f.'o nmeh
:i a t;a::;o. Aa artist i;oc; one thing graitdly.
Then he e;.n 11 dauLis f-.ivver after on rejm
.atio.i. A-i cuihor j. i ves us o;ie good iMiok. The
.at e.iay s:ll bn tr.".s!i, but i;ol!ly knows it
'I I..' v.Tiysef ihir. c: it :c::l, iihij-iit, fawn
wuiiU .ire, i.-.d-.-e-!. jiast tiuding out.
r!' M. Ci;.;il i i in Arkaut-aw Trqv-c!;r.
Don't Learn tq C:irve
Ifeyer learn to c-i'V, yottiig man. There is
no fun i:i it. A knowledge of the art saddles
you with a responsibility which, while it may
procure you invitations to dinner, sits heav
ily on the soul and brings wrinkles on th
forehead. Jf ypU UPt perform the work
artistically you are criticised. If a tough
fowl gets away from you and takes refuge in
a lady's lap you are laughed at and made an
enemy of the fair pne whose dress yon soil oy.
epoil.' Vw offend Jones jf you ' send ihd
choicest cut to Smith, and vioe vei-sa. You
must send tho best away and reserve only the
least to be desired for yourself.
The waiters make you the subject of their
remarks, and by putting their heads together
and Jerking their, thuubs pycf their, shouldof
n your direction embarrass you tlreadfullyj
you know by the fiendish leer 0 their faces
that they have set you down as a blacksmit'i.
If tho room is warm you are thrown into a
violent perspiration; your collar wilts, neck
tie gets awry, your appetite leaves you, aud
whe your labors are finished you begin your
dinner with the air of ouo who has been in a
pugilistic mill and come out second lest
Don't learn to carve. Nebraska State Jour
nal. . .
A Curious Rank Sill.
In 1S01, among the notes made by the gov
ernment for the Second National bank of
Spriiigtleld, Mass., wero three that by an
error in printing were $10 bills on one side
and 20 bills on the other. Tbey w-r.-i siioU
and paid out before the error was discovered.
Then' the bills were called in. Two were
found and destroyed; the third is in posses
sion of A. M Craig, who has refused $200
for it. N-jw York Sun.
To Make Wood Cniuflanimable.
Experiments made at the instance of the
Belgian minister of public works indie.ste,
that wood cannot Jm rendered iucQmbustibili.
It may, hbweverj be protected from fire to a
considerable extent, either by tho injection
of certain saline solutions or the application
of a paint or coating. The latter plan is tho
more practical, and the p-jbstancas inosily tt
be i-eqpmmended are cyanide of 'potassium--a
dangerous poison and asbestos paint
The Grave of Wendell Phillips.
Thegravo of Wendell Phillips, at Milton,
Mass., is nnmarked. But a menument is
coon to bo erected by Mrs. Green, the sister
of the d-a4 filter. It will P a Vwugh.
weather stained granite bowlder about five
feet ia height, and la the front center will bo
placed u sunken tablet learing an inscrip
tion. The stone will be placed in the rear of
the lot and iu view of the path. New York
Observing the Proprieties.
Minister (to bereaved widow, whose hus
band was Mown up by dynamite) Would
you prefer a short sermon at the church, my
dear Sirs. IJ-;r.drieks?
' Bcreare4 'Widow Ah, jes, Mr. Goodman,
there wai so little of poor John found that I
think it would ba more appropriate. New
Yoi'k ciuii. . .
There ha ve bceu twenty -two presidents of
tlie United States, five of whom were elected
at 57, and six attained tlict peat ofllce before
the a e of ZJ. Three military men past GO
Ijjvetieea cicefJtt Two tiled very socu, mid
tlio other w-is Gen. Jac::s-ii. r.ua he v. us Lui
bl when elected. Cinea;-
Huge Halt uii the Rhine.
The Christian at Work, alluding to the
proposed method of trans-xM-ting logs fnom
Nova Scotia to New York, foints out that
the project "lias almost its counterpart iu
the huge Rhine rafts which are floated down
that river every j ear. Theso ruf U are formed
of several smaller ones which havo been
floated down the mountain streams from tho
Black forest When they reach the Rhino
one Luge raft is constructed. Layers of huge
pines are placed upon each other, and over
all is laid a rough deck of deal. Upon this
deck aro erected small cabins sufficient to
accommodate, in somo cases, as many as 400
Iersons, as the raftmnn generally take their
families with them. Live stock is also put
on board, and the whole constitutes a float
ing village at once unique and picturesque.
Tho final destination of these rafts is Hol
land, where they are sold for amounts rang
ing from $100,000 to 1 150,000. "The Epoch.
I'aintod by the Son.
Those who attended tho hop at one of the
summer resorts not long ago were startled
by the appearance of a Philadelphia lady in
a decollete costume of a pale heliotrope silk.
It was not the dress, which was altogether
corn mo il faut An intricate pattern in
bright pink was outlined on tho ivorv f'-cii iT
the fair PhiladclpM.:-:. . uiijt, bud.
thus decorated her? The secret was simply
this: The lady had been sitting half tho
afternoon in tho sun, clad in an airy muslin
waist, with an open worked neck. The sun,
shining through the holes, had imprinted tho
pattern in pink on the skin as carefully and
accurately as if it had lieen done by hand.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
: vlrv.'i n, il.T.,-2.- fr
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthrtifs given for Paix
1.1:BS Fll.T-lNCl ou Extkactiox f Tketh.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, nj.d inserted
as soon as tet-t 1 re estrncted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FiTzn kr a IjOs lir. xriv Ii.atts.moutii. Nk.ii
l,?,rsonal attention to all f!i'.iitec8 Cutiust
o my care.
XOTAKV I.N OKPICK.
Title rCxamtned. Abstarets Compiled, In
surance Written, l-'eal Kstate t-old.
Retter Facilities for niakhit; Fa nr. Ioaiif thsn
Any Qthav Agencre
PlallHiuoutli, - "Sen -la
"MEN OF MA III
Rev. J. W. Simmons, JJ. T).
This bok is one that every loyal per
son should possess. It tells of all the
foremost colored men of the United
States. It gives their biographies, and
hns over 100 fine steel engravings,
J OK ?J O, BOONE,
Asent for Ci ss Count v.
HEALTH iS WEALTH !
Dr. E. C. West 's Nerve and TMv.)a Tvn::Piit
a guarantee specific f7 ilvstriisi Dixziress.
Couvuiain-. tit -Viats Neuraljiia, ll-cl-aclie.
ivcrveous I'reslrtitJoii eatiped t.y thee.se
of H-ioliul cr tobhoco. Wakefulness. Ver.tal De-preii-lon,
Softet.lnjr of the Hraln rtsnliit-t; its in
sanity and leadirK t misery, decay nnti death,
remal tire old Age. liarreuiiess, l.oti r-f I'mv
er in either sex. lnvuiiitavi' 4-r-- per
mat rrha-a eau-'Cd iy over-exertie.n ef Uie
brajn. 4,eiiciV)ae orover-hicitdfeiice. Kach hr.y
contains or.e tr.ur.tn's treatment. ?l tie a 1 ox
orsix boxes for 5.C0, sent by mail prri-asder
receipt tf pi lee
WE GUAPAJTIE SIX T?C? ES
To cure any case. W ;l',i "oi?er rereiveci
liy iii; for 5-x boxen. aceon:pau ed with ?. eo.
weatvill send the purchaser tir written guaran
tee to return the lecney if the matmeiit does
not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued et.ly by
Will J. Warrick sole agent. riatts-nouiV-. -Veu
C3-. S. KEMPSTER,
Practical Pieni end Cnan Tnner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Ofiiee at Boeck's
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
K.B, Wixpn, JOMXA. PAVIKB,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - X;D.w.
Office over Bank ef Cass Coiiaty
B, M, Time Tacic.
No. 1. 5 :lo a. ni.
No. a.--7 :rifl p, nt.
No. 5 7 :; o a. m.
No. 7. 7 :15 p. m.
No, 2.-4 :2". p. m.
No. 4. 10 :.".0 a. !ii.
No. B 7 :ir p. ni.
No. 10. 9 :45 a. in.
No. 9 6 :1" p. m.
No. 116 ;27 p. nj.
A'l trains run daily by way of Omaha, except
NoV 7 and 8 which run to and from Schuyler
daily except Sunday.
No. 30 is a stub to Pacific Jnnetlon at f.tri
No. 19 ia a stub from Paeiftc Junction at ua.tr,
--cvA - -W?ix?4TR EAT" ENT"
We have just place, on our elielves a
NEW STOCK OF ZEPHYRS
-We are tlaily
And liave a Complete Line of
FALL $t WIN EH GOOLS
Our Yarns in Spanish, Saxony, (icniiaii aiiI Zejihyi'M
sire on sale.
UKEbd Gr O OD8
J)res.s Flannels and Velvets, Carpets, etc., in all the
LADIES' A ft D CHILDREN'S SHOES I
None but Western-made (Hoods Kept in That Line.
( J ive us a Call.
I JUSTNESS JMKECTOItY.
S. F. thoma. .
Attorney -Ht-l.aw and Notary 1 ulilie. oniee in
Fitzgerald ltlock. I'lattnioulh Neb.
A A. N. RDM. IVAN.
Attorney-at-l.aw. Wii I give prompt Attention
to all butiuew intrustet to him. Office In
Union Block, Kast fide. I'lattsinoutli. Neb.
A (iKICL'LTb'HAb IMI'hKM KNTS.
ii HALL & lit AMi.
Agricultural lini'leiuents, Coin Hand Bti;Kie
and Jtuthford Wsikoiih, "(iood 'Jimber sir. J
Hone Dry." sold ami Warranted. Main street,
between Sixth and Seventh.
FIRST NATIONAL liANK.
of ri.ittsmouth. Ciipital SSo.itoo ; suipliiH $11,
0(KJ. Joliu r'Hrt'.fiuM, l'rst-ident : Wautjh.
Oauhier : F. 'i. White, Vice-President. Hoard
of Direetors : John KitGerald. V. K. White,
Jno. It. Chirk, D. iiak.sorth, S. Waiifh.
Til K CITfZKNS BANK.
f Plat turnout:.. Capit Istook pail In. SaO.oOO.
Frank Carruth, Prec'deiu : W. II. Cushiug,
laxhier; d A. Ci'liuor, Vice-I'reMdcut. A
eeue.irtl banking bm-l'ie-s t rMii-acted. Collec
tioo receive proiiipt smd careful attention.
lilaeksmith !nd Vaj;oiiiriMKt;r, Dealer iu vVind
uiiils. Piitiips and Fitting1;.
BOOTS AND SHOKS.
Boots and Shoes. l:-pxii injj promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOOTS AND ftUOEft ,
PF : MEKtiFS.
A cOMinteie aKHortiuent of eveiyklnd of Foot
wear and cheaper than the cheapest v-st f
the Missouri i'iver. Also laaiiufart iiriii tiiid
BAKBEK .SHOP AND JiAl llTlTlOM.
Hot and C'dd iia-lisat all hour.'!. Ladies' and
Ch.i.iren's Hair e'utlinjr a specialty. Cor. .ViU
and .Main, under CariuthV.
Bread, Cukct, I'tesi, Buns, etc., freh daily.
Party, Wedding and Far-cy Cake a se(;iaily.
Ice Cream in any juantity.
.. P. YOCNO,
Bookseller, Stationer, and. News Dealer ; Fancy
floods, Tovs. Confce.aionery, Fine cigars. Soda
Water and MBk Shake, Pianos and organs atid
LOTH IN U.
S. & O. MAYER.
C!en"s Ftim'tshiiijjs, Fine Tailor Made Clothing
in Men's. Boys' ami Cl'Jldren's Wear. Their
prices defy cou j'ctltloti. Thev misrepresent
nothing. 1 hi lr Word 's Their B ind.
v L. COLDINO.
Cloth'rg, Furi;ifi:liiK ('ok'iS. u-i to the old re
liable house f;r Hats. I:. ps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Hot --is, Shoes. Main street, next CasM o, Ha:ik.
v r. k. WESCorT.
Clolliin?:. Hats, e'at.s, At. Fine Fui ulsbfiit:s
our specially. One pi ice and no M""v'?v I'.'is
iiness. it pays to tra'le wjtU lis. tioekuod Blk.
v CA KKl'Til CANMNf CO..
Franit Carrtuh. Henry J. Stre!;l!t. JTitprietors.
Packers of the Climax Brasd VegetabiK.
w PH'Li.IH KR AT S.
ru:t, CauJeettoiierv and Fine Cigar?.
O. P. SMI H & CO.
Dealers 5n Wall Paper, paim. Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &:. P.Ov-kv. jid B!ock.
OER(f; .'c Of.
Ditig'i, CheniiealH. l itints, Oi's.
F. C. Fl'il'KF, A CO..
Drug", Medicites. chemicals. Paint-. Oils',
Varui-h s. Dve s: nff- etc.. nine fctatiaoery,
Select Toilet a';id Fancy Ai'Jc'.ei.
F. S. WHI1 E.
DrjOocds, Oroeeries. Notions. Oeneral Mer
chandise, etc. t. E. corner Main and tub St.
F. II EI R MAN .
Dry Goods, Nt-iioni aad Laities Furnishing
Goods'. One aooi east First National Bank.
tii ;uois. ;i;t'CFi;iKS.
K. ti DOYEY St)X.
Carrv a lir;:e stt.ei f.j Fine Giocerie. Dry
Go(!h, Ci'.;el!. .'ieenware. Notions. -nd
Far.cv elooil!'. to be found in the county. Up
per Ma n etrc et. between :h and cth.
DRS. CAVE & SMTTH,
The Painless Dcntiftt." -feeih extracted
wiihout the least :in or liarni. An itjeial teet'
inserted inunediately after extracting natural
one when desired, fiohl and all other FilUbgs
sfictly first e'.a'-s. Cflice in Uuion rdock-.
Furuiture. Bedding. IamxIux (.!te. Picture
Frme?. etc Woe dem and Metal Cflskets kept
or Fall Trade
e I. PICA Ul. MAN.
i'liriiiliirc. I'arh.i Suit . I'plio'stery (Joodf.
Moves, ,iiieeusuait', 'I inware. and all kliwlft f
lloii-fliiili! O. mhIm. Noil h ct'i street, between
Main ami Vine.
GENT'S Fl-KNI-HINt; ;oo)S.
.1. II. DO.WPLLY.
CentH Fine Furnisher and Hatter. The most
complete iind llncst stock in the city. Carrutli
UliK'k. Cor. .Mh and Main.
M B. ML'Jtl'llY Ar CO.,
'I he Leading Dealers in f'roeei le. Crockery,
China, La-i'ps. Wnodeii and Widow ware.
Flour, Feed, fie. Canh ald for country produce,
I.Kil N HOFF SOKNN1CIISKN.
Oro-erieH, Pi'ovbloiis, Classwuie it ml Crockery.
. F. MeCOl UT.
t'leen. Staple and Fancy Oiocerlef.
BENxirrr ft iftt.
Staple and Fancy ('roeeries, lit ecu Fruit and
A CO. BACH.
'ror(lc end (jiicciisv.'are. Flour and Feed,
C'.jj.tis, Tebaci-o and Cutlery. :iddle llouxe.
CHKIS. WOHLFA JTII.
Staple and Fancy Oroeeries, Oiassware and
Croc kery. Flour and Feed.
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms, JJI.wi per day.
Sliecial Alteulloii Kiven comiiK-K i:.! nu ll,
W I ' U W ! V l.
Sc.r.ssor to O: M. Streilit. Harness, Saddlery
! t;oods. N-1. Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur-
HA KD WARE.
Hardw are. ctovti . Tinxvare. Table-arid Poelcet
Cui!;i v. Hasorji, etc. Household hewimr Ka-
j etilne and Jewel Oafoline Htov'et. 'J inwork
(ifallkitiiU doiii; at reaKoiiable prices. Main
J f treet, Jtockwood Block.
I JEn-LRY."7; "
v u A. JU'KIAVAI,
Watehen. Clucks. Silverware and Jewelry.
Special Attentin j-iven to Watch iCepairiti;.
d FRAXK CARRUTH & POX.
Ahras cairy a lino cfock of Diamond, Watch-e-.
CI cks. Jewelry. Silverware and Spectacles.
Dronin and inspect their goods before purchas
" J. SCH LATER,
Jeweler. Waltharu Watches a Kpeeialty. Main
KtU'rf, near Kourtii.
T I V FRY ST A BLK.
iJ C. M. HOLMES SON.
The Checkered Bflrn. Livery. Feed and Hale
stable ; parlies conveyed to ail parti. of the cil V.
Carriages a all trains. Corner. Vine and 0th.
TiTEA I" MARKET.
Whn'esitle ar.d Retuil Dealer In First Quafitr
Beef. Pork, Mutton. Veal. I.amb. etc. Sixth
stree', Neville Jiloek. Prices moderate.
J. IIATT ft CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Render their own Lard
and Cure their own Bacon. Main otieef.
KICKLER & CO..
Fsgs. Poultry Jce. We use or ly the best trade
of liaTive stock. Oysteisand came in oeasou.
"Jiff ERCHAjN'i' TAII.'R.
iii C. F. SMITH,
Merchant Tailor. Main i-treet. over ."if erpe '
shoe store. Complete stock of ciiples. "it
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
i MI.-. J. F. JOHXfiOX.
A Com.jilcie Line of the Latest Styles ef Jkrrf-
Uiiet v and Trimminus : aico Chil'lu aud lii-
I fatits' Bonne's, to be closed cut at cost.
j D EsTAURANT A Ml Lf'NCH ROOM. '
.JACOB HEN NCH.
MeaN ar.d Lttnehes sei ved to order at a'l lnnr.
A -ti Ovmts. t 'lgnrs. Tobtceo. Pott and Cider.
i Opposite Riddle f louse.
FRAHM t K LI ETC II.
Sample Room. Imported and Do'.iesxio tV"ite.,
Lienors jind CiL-ar. Only straight ods ban
died. Milwaukee Bottled Lae,- . jeialty.
Cor. 5th and -Main Sin.
Til K Aid KICA N EXCHANGE.
Nick ('unulueliam. proprietor Choice Wines,
U-juor f.iid Cigars. Pool and Bihiald Tables,
lt ddie Hou"e Block.
THE ELKFIORX SALOON.
Wrn. Weher. proprietor. Man fact tireri of
Koda Water. Birch Ber-r. Cider, ett V. AyehU for
F'red Ktr.g'i Ce!ebratt-d laager Pej. t,
b AM.'LE ROOM,
Sample ulh) and Lmtard Hall. C'hoVs Wlrreo,
Ltquon r.o'i C'tgars. Billiard and Pool Tables.
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