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I-I.ATTSMOUTII, XRHKASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOHKK
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Clerk or ihOi " ir
HupUol Putt icu.M'l-.
Count v J Uiltte.
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BOAKD OK UK.IIV10S.
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A. 15. Dl KHUN. - K ""
ClASS 1 .1)1X1 '
'every Tue-"l ly evf
traujient brtti-i" ;l'
Ii. I n. ii. V. -Meets
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,. r--it-i-if nily iiiviieil t
19LATTMOU II Ki! MI'MKN ' N'. 3 1
O. V.. iilie' 'v.'' y ater-'a'e Krnl.iv in
each liioutti ii ihe U.noiib: 11 ul I. Vls:'.i
Brothers are I vited o attend.
m. a. o 1 1 'v.-M
everv 'il"'"i-tr r May i-vetnna m i.
hall. Tr.iiinle -l lr.il.lir ies.' !fi
vited to att end f. I l i vrni.M titer vv .rs
K. f. Itrowu. Fine an :!. 15. d liKl T
epr : K. A. I ait
worth. Kn-irnei ;
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f ii tuner ; f u
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ClASS C.VAlr Ml 3ii. ! i "IiCS ":. ii
' of Amerie i Mi-i'I.h -i-c"-. an-l fmirlii
day evening a' K. f hatl All im i
brotliern are reijii--sif. in iiuti v:iii u-.
Newcomer, Vi-i-t i!li' :.uil;'i.
Worthy Adviser ; S i -. ll.le. K uil- r:
IlL.VTTSJi i .
Meefi" tv--r ul -rn.tT.i-
KOCkwtMii! hall :t( :Vl . '.II . 1. 1 .-if
era are repeettul' i vit-"l ;t 1 1
Larson, M. w.; K. ;J. i.im. . .
WlliSe. lieenr-'t-r ; La irtr-.l A-i-l u
1JLATIf.Motrr L JK MM!. r". .t
Mr-et-i in tli- flrt aul .li:rl lni-a
each limn th at ihe:r hall. All (ran-, i-i t i
ers are cordially hi iteii ti m e wuh
J .. Kichky
W'M. Hath. Secre. ary .
TPItltlsKA I II I-TH: Nil. 3. K
Meetn neo,utl a-i.l finu tli I n.-sila f
nionlb at Mifin'-1 all I'ransei nr !
are Invited t f-t -i! t-
Wm. IIav.h. i- - iiy -
Mf. ZION fM IA It-llV.
Meet first and third ed ncs.it y i:.
each iiKioth at M - 'Hi -ill Visii l,i in
are cordially invit ! to inw wlih n-.
Wx. Hays, -ec V E. -vinr
iaSSCU-I 1021. K Y 1 L U'
ineet" t lie -ec .il mil f miii Mmi
acb umutli at T-i it 'all.
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lit Vii-e frei .1-
and Vie- lr.-.-n i ...
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d-r. J. V. Weckb h.
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J. W. JOH -!-
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Meet lux a" i '
.IJU w v -!:i
wh t y w
3Ea.il a.r can,
Cor. 12th mi l Gnnite Streets.
Contractor aad Bailtler
Plenty of Vel. fluur. uraliam and
meal at IIei.T8 mill, tf
The firu-frt leili.in r;m lie founfl
at II. Bo; cks
Men's Working Suits
Men's Business Suits
Men's Best Made Suits
Men's Custom .Made uits
I re iiurur.
' -Ij -3 C2 SSL
Si3xit tia.3. -if 3cys "S"3u.tb.s' and Childran's Overcoats. You miss it if you. don't "buy your Olothing, Sato, Caps, Fur
' aisliiag Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc., of ,
ELoQ, - The - One - Price - Clothier, - Plattsmouth, - Webraoka.
Tin: swiss vintage.
AN OCTOBER DAY AMONG THE
VINEYARDS OF SWITZERLAND.
A Mrn-y Tarty Off for Holiday C-ttln-f
the Crapes Iteady for the- Irt?w A Bit
of Fuu View of a Vineyard Three
Crude of M ine,
A Bwis3 villase, a bright October iuii-nin
and n full wason. "Wo were all goiug to
Mousieur P.'s vineyard, soino miles di.stuut.
It was I ho first day of tho veudanxes, thero
( foro I ho first of u threo days' holiili.y, ac
) cording to the canton laws, when business in
aliandoned and every one, grown iw-oplo and
, children, fall to and pick grupes in their own
or their neighbors' vineyard.
A merry party ours, veu sober Monsieur
P. looking almost jovial, for how could he
help it with mich a lively crowd of boys and
girls all promising to work like beavers, and
such a day for the gathering.
Wagons big and little, with many and
with lew, wo passed. Here a whole family,
baby and all, with the mother clicking her
needles over tho never forgotten Ktocking;
there a small faction of two or tlirt e, but all
out on the same intent. We pa.sswl many
acred vineyards and tin slojies whore nil
alike were working, and finally wo reached
.Monsieur I'.'s vineyard. And what a vine-3-ard
wns this. Thero was none to excel it in
that part of the country.
A VIEW OK A VIXETAP.D.
Far back it stretched, covering the fcloiio in
even, well trimmed rows, tho huge white
bunches of chnsselas and the dusky purple
muscat bearing down tho vines with their
rich weight. A small, rude board house,
w herein were stored all things pertaining to
the vintage, was open, and thero we put our
lunch baskets. A number of men were pick- -i:
g and already great heaps of the fruit were
lying on the ground and in barrels and
Wo little folk began working with a will,
each trying to outdo tho other in speed and
number of baskets filled. It was fun till wo
began to tire, then anot her part of tho work
claimed our atic-ution. On tho roadside by
the storehouse they were crushing t ho grapes.
Tho branches were thrown into hogsheads,
the different varieties by themselves, and
then ounled with a big wooden dasher till
thof,rapes were well bruised and thtinnide
ready for tho press. This was raysport,
and we began pounding with all our might,
splashing tho rich juice about, lirst in our
frantic efforts to show our skill, and then,
from very mischief, into each other's face-.
In went the grapes, higher and higher rose
tho juice, and with it our spirits, till Jean,
mischievous boy, bit nixm a delight
ful plan. (Searching by tho roadside,
Lo found and cut a long stem of
hollow jointed grass, mid, dipping it in the
nearly full barrel, legan sucking up tho
fragrant liquid. W'e were not slow follow
ing his example and how refreshing it was
to our little thirsty throats! An innocent
leverage, surely, in - its first unfermented
Ah I thatrs the way you help, is it ?" said
ilonsicur P., coming along with a fresh load,
but he laughed, so we knew it was all right.
A EIT OF SiPOl'.T.
Down went my head for another sip, but
Instead sputter, gurgle, swallow, choke.
A per.l r.f laughter from tb.' children, a
mocking cpolcgy from mischievous Jeau,
and I emerged from the rosy liquid with j
dr.pping head and shoulders. It was toj
funny not to Jangh, so wiping of! my face I
joined in at my own expense.
"Ob, no! it did r.-i harm,"' said the vint
ners, "only a little American flavoring: be
sides, it would be purified in the fermenta
Isever was frugal meal of bread and cheese
eaten with keener appetites, all sitting about
in true picnic fas!:ion. An hour's nooning"
was allowed, then ell fell vigorously to work
Thero was much for a novice to learnt. Co
fore tbo day was over we knew that tho
crushed f.rapes went through the wine press
not csee oniy, but twice and thrice, the last
pressing making a thin, inferior wine, de
cidedly sour. Also tkat the tiout or must,
when only a few hours' old, was a delicious,
sparkling beverage not unlike cider, end also
a most excellent plant fertilizer. We found
out, too, that nothing was wasted, and thrt
the dried skins and stems wara pressed into
cakes and used for f ueL
Poor indeed is tho peasant throxighout tho
grape growing region who car.uot boast of
at le.ist a strip of vineyard, lo it ever so
small. According to his wealth so is his
vineyard. Then the thing is to get the fruit
gathered for the vintage fis soon us possible',
for there is always danger of Li.il storms,
which often lay waste acres of vineyard,
causing great loss.
It was a tired party that rode back that
evening, but there was ranch that was de
lightful to recount of tho day's experience,
in spite of aching backs and blistered hands.
Evelvn Carol in Home JournaL
Treat Infanta wiUi Respect,
1L Cbftllamet, ho has written a book en
titled "LTcole Matern'clle," tells us that
children are hurt when the are not to a cer---u:i
extent ti eatel serioxiJy, and he observes
It is not tr;:e that lov
easy; it r.iuk'.s v.s choo-:e
i ma.-ies all things
v.Lat U diflieuit.
- - 10 00 A
- 25 00 J
INTO T HE DARK.
I irizo 1 ito the 4:irk. O love!
1 f.-iv.o Into IDu dar t.
Tl! crepfiinr' kIi.-uIows chill ins, and the niijht.
With v. iilu outieac!iii)g arns, holds thee ufi-.r.
0 yeurtiinj; eyesl Your loe mid-st irondrowr
Moro fair than falls frooi moon ray or frotc
Sniiics out luto th dark.
1 reach iuto the dark, O lov j:
I reach into the dari.
I cannot (in 1 llieo. and my groping bauds
Touch only memories and phantom shapes.
0 empty nrins' i glad of those sweet lauds
V.'herein your love all loneliness escape.
And smile into the dark.
1 call into the dark, O love!
1 rail into tho d:irk.
There comes from out tuo hush below, above.
Ni answer but iny ov, u quick fluttered breath
O doiibtiu heart! Dose thou not know thy !ovo
Across t lie nwful sileutness of death,
E.nile-3 r.t theo through the dark?
Jessie F. O'Douuell i:i Amerieau Magaziae.
Iti-treat of Js'iagam I'all-i.
Although tho retreat of the fall is slow, it
will in a very brief time, in the geological
seno of that word, lead to certain momen
tous consequences. When the hard layer of
Niagara limestone passes below tbo bed of
the river, tho stream will then cut upon
rocks of another co?iJ-f itutiou, making for a
tiui'j certain small falls at a higher geologi
cal level; but i:i the course of ages, much less
lung than those which have elapsed since the
birth" of this waterfall, the gorge of tho river
will extend up into the basin of Lake Krie,
draining away a considerable portion of that
fresh water t.ca.
We shall then, if the continent retains its
present height above tho level of the eea,
have another system of cataracts in tbo
pa.ss.ige between Lnke Erie and Lake Huron,
which will also in time bo worn away.
Oilier-cataracts will thcji form at the exit of
Lake Michigan; and thus I i.o lower lakes of
our great Aineriein system would bo di
minished in area, or jicrhaps even dis appear.
At a jet later stage, wo may look for dimi
nution in the size of Lake (Superior, though
that- basin, owing to the strong wall whi'-h
separates it from t'.io lower lakes, is destined
to endure long aft.r the lr.st nand basins
have l'0!'!i dimiiiished or entirely drained
away. tScribner's Magazine.
Thougtit It ?.lis!:ty Jlean.
so that's what jer call a baseball
g.w.c-i' said I armer C iovertop after it v.-as
"And how did 3"ou like it, uuclof asked his
Wal, Tom, I don't know I When I was a
bey ic used to take a hull grist of us to play
ball. It sort o' seems to mo when you gitdoVn
to two men jest a-tossin' tho bail back and
forth for two mortal hours, it's a trifle slow.
lut, Tom, who was them felk-rs standin'
around thero in small clothe's and jockev
"Why, Uncle Zeb, they were in the game."
"Jerus-al.'in creiteh all hemlocks! you don't
say so. Then, why in time didn't they give
them two fellers a lift.' Mighty mean to
make 'em do-all tho work, Tom.'' Uoston
Kre-li Incf Their Own Language.
Thero is o:;o tiling notice-able in Sc. Lou's,
a:: I probably elsewhere, aud that io the dis
j.ysitio:i of citizens born in foreign lands
who understand tbo English language
t tench that language to their chil
dren to tho exclusion of their own
language. There are hundreds of German
and Italian families ia St. Louis whoso chil
dren are ignorant r.f ibj language of thoir
parents' country, but who can speak English
Cuently. While tho oi l English stock will
ba eradicated and absorbed by ot her nation
alities in tho United States in tho not distant
future, tho English language will, therefore,
forever remain tho language c tho country.
P. Ik Tittair.nu in Globe-Democrat.
Winter Work for Cuid.
Cupid (showing an almost empty quiver)
We'll, Iiy, old boy, I've done my duty thi?
summer. Now light your torch a:id get to
Ilyiueu Ble'ss j-our inuent little nudity,
do you imagine this summer flirting means
business J Go to, Cupe, thoa art mad! There
bo raoreorango flowers come of a week's good
sbigbing than through forty fervid days by
tho sccshorc or on tho mountain." Pittsburg
Everybody wiii be glad to 1:uott how to
mako tho blacking tb.it hardware dealers
put on stoves.. It is simply black varnish
dissolved in turpentine and mixed with any
ordinary good stove polish.
The best thing to clean tin ware is common
soda; rub" on briskly with a dainp cloth,
after which wire dry.
Relievo pains in the sides by the applica
tion of mustard.
Shipping Sawdust In nales.
Until recentlj- the mills along the banks cf
tho Kennebec river have been accustomed to
throw their sawdust into the river. There
has been a law against this, bui it has net
been enforced until within a year. The plan
has been hit upon to bale up and ship the
sawdust to the large cities, a few bales were
pressed experimentally and shipped to Boston.
Recently 100 bales a day have been turned
out and shipped. The bales weigh CjO pounds
end hold about eight barrels. Boston Bud-
Chihl's Kilt Suitsfrom
Child! s Suits from .
Hoys" Suits from
Youths' Suits from
In Need f l'xerol.'.e.
Who (ominously) - It must have l-eo:i w ry
lito v.heu you c.uuo in ht:,! i.ight, John, for
I didn't go to si. ep until after il o'clock.
Husband (fenrlessly) It was haif past 11,
Wife And you l.ept muttering ia" your
sleep, "Set 'cm uniig.iiii," "Set Via up again."
Husband Yes, I was plaj ing tenpins viitli
Brown. I need a little exercise of that sort.
Xc'.v York Sun.
He Had Cone Wroii!.
"So Jones h:is gono wrong, too," said tho
u-sistiittt cashier to the treasurer, tho morn
ing after I ho cashier had disappeared.
Gone wrong!'' replied the treusurer in
disgu-t. "I should say ho had gone wrung.'
The idea of trj'ing to go to California wlivo
Canada is only ten hours' ride away. Why,
I could have told him beforehand that he'd
bo nabbed." Somervillo Journal.
Ail Lleotioiie:i-iii; ktory.
" Tiio best elect iouei ring steiry yet is that
a Georgia local candidate, v. ho when ujion
a country trip saw, a ho thought, two m-.-ii
i:i a reiadsido liold, and, leaving hi i-i!-:gy
.".:id climbing the fence, diso-.-.-ivd by a
nearer view that then- were two artistic scare
crows. Chicago Herald.
lit ui:iiis of I'rehistorlo Canoe.-..
The lvmains of several prehistoric canoes
have been found at the bottom of some lakes
drained t!f in uilaiuis in central Sweden.
They were made by the hollowing out of
trunks of trees by lire. One had evidently
been sunk on purjxi.se, being luii of large
stone--. Frank Leslie's.
Insanity of the Ncyro.
North Carolina alone iri "aring for 1,000
colorcl people alHictcd with insanity, and
eve'ry other southern state h:;s its hands full.
Ia almo.-.t cverj- case it is the ligLt hearted,
hizy negro who loses his mind, while tho hard
workers grow brighter each year. Detroit
Joe, tli- One Price Clothier, the !)
stroyer of High Prices, will open Oct
Srl, in Gorilcr Block. Come in :nvl se
his iurd opening.
All iut tit s desiring private sewerage
connection with the main sower, can b
iiCoominortatcil at an- lime, !y mldrips
ing llatiliiis ce S!h l!cn, Fewer Conlrac
tors, I'. O. box UoO, or by calling at tli
otiie". Murpliy's store. lm
W .Incsilay Oct. nl, lss, Joe tli
On-;- i'liee Clotliie-r, I). -trover of Uiijli
Prices, will open to the public the largest
stock of Fall and Winter C'loihing, Fur
nishing Goods, Hat?, Onj.s, Trunks.
Satt htls, etc., ever brought to Cas-. ('nun
ty. anel at Mich refoiinrd low prices i:
will astoilii-h you. Don't miss his Gram'
Opening. Foloman & Nathan's old stand.
Go! tier's Block.
Child's 1 igh sandals, only cents n
pair, at M rges.
De'iit go to Omaha when you wnut
to gi't y ur beautiful parlor and beel
room jets but go to Henry Bocrk's fur
niture en poriuni where you can get every
thing in the furniture lino that will go to
make y ur home beautiful und comfort
able; nrd above all you ( an g( t it chea).
Ri-nii-u bcr that he who sills most can
sell c'u apest.
Wrl J. Warrk-k is olFeiing a bargain
in Wall Paper.
Wall Paper at Wan iek's Drug Store at
reduce! prices for next :( days.
For "run-down," debilitated and overworked
women. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
the best of all restorative tonics. It is a potent
Ppecitlc for all those Chronic Weaknesses aut
Diseases peculiar to Women ; a powerful, gen.
eral as well as uterine, tonio and nervine, it
Imparts vljror and strength to the whole system.
It promptly cures weakness of stomach.nausea,
indig-estion, bloating-, weak back, nervous pros
tration, debility and sleeplessness, in either sex.
It is carefully compounded by an experienced
physician, and adajted to woman's delicate
organization. Purely vegetable and perfectly
harmle-ss in any condition of tho system.
lion" is the only fnedicmo
for women, sold hv nrus-ists.
under ft positive uuar-
antee of satisfaction m every case, or jrice
(Sl.iKO refunded. This guarantee has leen
printed on the lottle-wrapper, and faithfully
carried out for ninny years.
For largo, illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women 1(V9 pag-es, with full directions for
home-treatment), send ten cents in stamps.
Address, World's Di?PExsAnv Medical
Assoc-IATION, UU3 3Iain Street, Bulfalo. N". Y.
P. &. r.. Time
No, 2 4 :.').'l p. 111.
N o, -l. 10 :.ie a. in.
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No. 1 i G ;i a. in.
A 1 ti.-iins run daily by way of Onmhft. except
Ni-- 7 and 8 which run to t.ini iroin 1-ehuiler
daily exei jd Ktinthiy,
Vo. 3 1 a lu'n ij Pucfne Junrlion at s ."vi ni
N. In i a ssuu from 1'acilie Junction jit llu.iji.
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Mxteiul- :i linl I ivi tat
At Snldiiniii er N. -
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My tock will
iae Price .Only
HAS A FULL
Por Wintsr "Wear.
DEE S-S G- O O D
OFFEIIEI) AT THE LOWEST l'lUCFS. .
FLANNELS; -YARNS, ETC.,
And Evervthina ke?t in u Fiivt-Class IIiu?o lor Winter Ware.
A Full ami Complete Stock of
!New Goods Keeeiveil
Men's Xobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Braver Overcoats -Men's
Jilack Worsted Overcoats
iti i t KvltvImmIv
"Wt, m n
be ilae JLsa t,
SLa IS IE ET.
LINE OF LADIES'
us at Low Prices
S I ORE
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