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I-I.ATTSMOUTII, XKHKASKA, SAT UIMIAY 12V12X1NU, OCTOKKK SO, 1888.
THE LESSON Or THE LEAVES.
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L.-very Tui-K-.lay evpidiu f eaHi v.'k. Ail
truncal braihrrs arr tei-pectluily Invited to
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i K. iitKHt-i mity alternate Kr
eitcfi in:iii'.i in i he MAi.iir li.ill
Hrot h.-r-i are Invited to attend.
Oh tho:i aha lx-an-nt on lliy thoul Iful face
Tin? weum-d culm Unit f'.lloivHalU-r fjrii-f.
liow iii aiiliimii (jrui.l.n ?iu:h loot'iul loaf
T sure n-is in iin own bhflu-rfU iiluco.
Ah, not rr-cr hirl tht-y in th race
Of wilil lir!.rti!ni rouuil tin? Rather?.! ulifif.
Or, liurryin onuanl iti a rapturi! In icf,
t'.iii oYr tlm iniKirlainln Into trnckli-ss spuca!
t on,o In .11.. cMptiircH -uch; somo hholtvriu wall
Airc.-.l tin? uuinl.Tfr on its aimless way;
Tli"! nutiitn.rK K i,sive bi'uuly ntreds tlium all.
Ami inker liuU lUcui warm, though bore and
Tiny nurso youn b!iKsoni9 for the spring's
AikI KliifM iii-w li-.'i IIi-ls for the burst of May.
ThoiiiiiH Wentworib liiiiuou in The CVuiuiy
N vuila AIIiict Iyt-l Grrcn.
A contract lias Ix-en lot on tlio Martin
Wliitc iiiiin', at Vurl, Nev., and work is
to bo it-Mimed forthwith. A fjuecr il:o
uomciio:i i. c-oniHH-ted with tho working
of tlio Martin Wliite ore. Tlio ore is very
base, and it i.s inicvssary to roust the
wholoof it Iiirini; the roasting process
uo (IclfterioiiH or disagreeable tunics are
oli.scrvablo, jot tho hair and the beards of
all the men tmaed about the works are
soon dyed a bright and permanent green
Even the eyebrows of tho workmen are as
green as grass. In scores of Nevada
mines ores of various kinds are smelted
and roasted, but at none of them is either
the hair or beards of the workmen
cliangnd from their nut ural hue. It la said
there U less arsenic in the ore of the Mar
tin White tliau in that of many other
mines. Old smelters say arsenic has no
6uc.li effect on the hair, and all declare
that the omeruld hue imparted to tho hair
J owc-r Bids.
I'ropo.vils foi tin.- oi.n-ti union of san
itary R-wir in ui.-t. No. I'luttMiioutli,
frculci! I.'nls will I nc-iivl l-.V the
Cl!iiiini:in of tin- lio.i;.! vi I'lil lin Works
at his olliie in siiiil city until noon, N
yt'inl.iT, Mb, for the i-t.n.-U uctioii of an
eilit -inch t-anil iiy srwer pipe in tli-tiict
No. 2, .is follow?.: Cohiiiu-iH ncai tiio
east end of the nll- V in ihik No. J!,
theneo west in nll'-y to a cunnci tion with
the ir inch pipe s' vr in Tilth street.
To lie done arronlin;?; to pbins and
spei ilir ati.nis on lib- in the oll'ic e f the
Hoard of 1'ublic Woil.s. The :igief,'ate
estinnite of tho cost of said work is
IJids must be made on blanks furnish
ed by the Chairman of the lioard, and
must be accompanied by a certified check
on a local bank in the sum of $100, as
an evidence of pood fuith.
Uids will be opened and contract let
on same day. The Hoard reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. W. Johnson,
tf Chan inuti.
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up ly Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuation and one that is givinf;
is due to tho presence of some unknown universal fnmiuc count P" ,
vliHi I "'3-steriou metal or mineral White. 'e ' H" "F"
pai aiieii'u em ii aiuun 'i Mini.u -
blood as IIKOO'S BLOOD PUHIFIKR &
BLOOD MAKK1J, and ever bottle that
mix f o 3 l ifh
liiw MtJ r Q U 1 1
is . m - 'U S i- v
I llTut end Kiimiv luurild nml liaii ul.'a c
grass green, whereas black or dark browu
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rv!'er:,.u l'flJ:iy eveninu at K. ol T. ,f V." "" "."'J !"","
ju.v. t.jr its V-.lHO Ul COIOr. lb
retains its origiual softness and strength.
hVI. irit!..,ii-.il ln;l!:'T4 ar resperllmiy in-
v!i.' It mit'iil K..I Mortii.M ft-rwoiK'naii ;
I'. I". lirown. 1'i.remau ; !. H. temtsr. Over
en r ; li. A . Taif, Kiiianeler ; i. K. Iloin-e-worili.
ltft-or.lfr ; M. Mayhripht. It.-eelver ;
1. K -f!tii. I't M. W. ; I. N. Boweo, tluide ;
V. .1. Kmiz. Ius:Jc WaUll.
HASH CAM! NO. 3.12. MODr.lt.M '.VllDllHK.V
of Anif-iii:.i MfH ftermiil aiul I'uirlh 1mi-
d a- veiling it K. .f . Ii.ol- All tianienl
hrotlirr r. r.-(ii'??ii?l t inet witii n". I.. .
V . L-...k V':..i.t-rtl.lM l!t'llHIlI ii. r Nile".
Worihy Ailfr ; S. v. WUJe, li.uikt-r ; 'A. A. j quires, give exhibitions of temper that is,
i;ock. t,ier. i neverineiess, Kept in perfect control.
l orce of character brings with it self re-
l lio Man of Ileal Force.
Contrary to general belief, then, the
man of real force is never a bully, is
never arbitrary or nnjust, is never pas
siouate. though he may be, and generally
i.gi-e-ive, aiiu may, as occasion re
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a!lrnatf Ki:.ia eveiiii at I
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eis are ri-p-.'i-tt ul y i . : v i t I atifii.i. I.. S.
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WiMi?. iJ. ..( it ; beoiiaiil Aini-T-!'. 'ViTf'T. i
does not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
Blow ! Blow your horns,
We've not the slightest fear !
You cannot beat the Garlands if
You Mow a thousand years,
lm For sale bv Johnson Bros.
K. Ii. Windham, John a. daviks,
.Notary TuMic. Notary l ublie
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Attorn ye - at - Law.
Ofi'.ce ever IS;iik .f Cas Ceui.ty.
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nauco aim an imjierturbablo manner.
Just as the realiy courageous man re
mains cool in the presence of danger, the
self reliant man keeps his temper under
provocation because ho feels confidence in
himself. The coward grows excited and
loud mouthed to conceal his real feelings.
Tl.o arbitrary man, accustomed to force
Lis views upon others, loses confidence in
and control of himself when ho fails to
mako his usual impression. It is at such
a moment that tval force of character be
gins to tell: it is then that the self con
tained and self respecting man dictates
his terms and asserts his power. Haiti
Foil 8ALK. A good span of matched
jinnies for sale, they are a number one
buggy team. Enquire at this office. tf
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A MAN FROZE TO DEATH !
Because he had no Garland Stove,
Buy one of Johnson Bros. scpt22 dim.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in the world is the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
BEGGS' C11EHBY COUGH SYIIL'P will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is no advertising sch"ine, but an
actual fart, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith S: Co., druggists.
Doni illy, the popular Gents Furnisher
and Hatter, has tho most comphte line
of Underwear, Hosiery and Glovts for
fall and Winter we?ir, in the city. Bear
this in mind. tf
Shorwin & Williams'' mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fiiikefc Co's! drug
Plenty of feed, llour, graham
meal at lleisel's mill, tf
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Meefiair Saturday evemu
..Junior " "
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HEALTH IS WEALTH i
The finest bedroom sets can bo found
: 11. Boecks.
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Pr. E.C We?t's Nerve and Brain Treatment
a guarantee specific for Hysteria Lnzztness
Tlio Heawortliiiiess of Alanitors.
The seaworthiness of tho monitors has
been thoroughly tested. Tho old Monad
nock rounded Capo Horn in loG!3 and be
haved admirably in tho long seas of the
Pacific ocean. Soon after the civil war
tlio old Miantonomoh made a cruise to
Europe, encountering heavy weather.
The seas would come over bow and stern
four feet deep at times, but pass off
quickly without even preventing tho uso
of her guns. She rolled but i degrees,
while tho two ships accompanying her
roiled 20 to o0 degrees. Ia tho "report of
this cruise by Assistant Secretary Fox we
find: "A vessel which attacks a monitor
iu a seaway must approach very close to
havo any chance of hitting such a low
hull; and even then tho monitor is half
the time covered up with three or four
feet of water, protecting herself and dis
turbing her opponent's tire." American
Agriculture of the Ainos.
Tho British consul at Hokodade states
that tho Ainos who are a remarkable
tribe of small, hairy people, originally
living by hunting and Cshing have been
in great straits since the occupation of
their fishing grounds by the Japanese in
1SG9. Since li?'S2 efforts have been mads
to relieve their distress and. to teach thera For rent house of four
farming, and in 1SS0 about 800 acres were L , . TT , , ,
cultivated by them. In their chief home, J block from "'S'1 School,
in the Island of Yesso, the Ainos are esti- I this office.
mated to nnmher 14 (MM) iiwti virtnola rvitU
3,000 houses. They are supposed to be
gradually disappearing. Arkansaw Traveler.
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DF.A1.KK IN THIS
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Popperbergo r.nd 'Bufis
FULL LINE OK
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 1s8r.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and
and cough and calmly say: "Oh!
only a little cold," and keep giving ihein
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when thev can be so easily re
lieved by BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP? It has no superior, and few
eepuals. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
First Fiddle to Somebody.
In tho grand orchestra of life everybody
ia anxious to play first fiddle. Nay, almost
C "avulsions. Kit. Nervous Neuraleia. H. ad- ""VCJ Xr"' 7 .7 n u'' u
"l.e. Nerveou- Prostrstion caused by the use ! eve7hody does play it; for although the
cii a'cotuii or loi'afoo. w aKeiuinrss. piewai ie- i uni uuuiu busoiuib mav taKe preceeience
ire-ilon,SoItenlriKofthe HralnresultiiiKin in-, of all the rest, yet every second fiddle is
tt1:"'.'";! to somebody As "fleas have
er in either sex. Involuntary Losses ami Sper- smaller fleas to bite 'em. and so on ad iu-
nmtum, so every man who tickles a su
perior has an inferior to tickle him. If it
were not for this pleasant arrangement
ive should have no social harmony, and it
is only when this system of relations is
disturbed that we experience discords ac4
mat rrho-a oamed by over-exertion of tne
brin. selfabuae or over-lndnlenco. Kach box :
onlhIin oue moith treatment, $100 a box;
or six bote for ?J5.uo, sent by mail prepaid cd
rei-elpt 'f priee
XV Z GTJAHA KTZZ SIX BOXES !
To cure aav caP- With each oi'ler received !
bf cs r si boes. ac.'onijan ed itli 5.00, .
we will serul the purchaser our written miaran-
tee to ret'Tii the tpone tf the treatment does
nt tSTeet mre. eJuarantees issued only tv
Wt'jf I. iTi.-L sole a ut. I'lattsrr.outh. Neo
Crashes. Nev York Ledger.
wnereoy a man at toe tneaire can drop a
rent in the slot and get a clovo.
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck s.
n. Boeck's furniture stock is acknowl
edgeel to be the finest and most complete
in the city.
Yon query why from home I go,
Why "bout the town I rove ?
The reason why is plain, you know,
We've got no Garland Stove.
lm Buy one of Johnson Bros.
Send your job work to the Herald
Jfice house ami half block, only 3
blocks from high school. Only $ 1100
a decided bargain.
1910 . W" S. Wise.
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 and
Diseases peculiar to Women ; a powerful, gen
eral as welt as uterine, tonic and nervine, it
imparts vigor and strength to the whole system.
It promptly cures weakness of stomach, nausea,
indigestion, bloating-, weak back, nervous pro?3
tration, debility and sleeplessness, in either se.v.
It is carefully compounded by an experienced
physician, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. Purely vepretablo and perfectly
harmless in any condition of the system.
tioii is the only medicine
for women, sold by drUKviBts,
under a positive guar
antee of 6atisfae-tion in every case, or price
(SL0O) refunded. This fruarantee has been
yirinted on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully
carried out for many years.
For laifre. illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women (1(50 pages with full directions for
home-treatment), send ten cents in stamps.
Address, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, CC3 Main fctreet, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dont go to Omaha when you waut
to get your beautiful pulor ami bed
room sets but go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where on can ge t e very
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful anel comfort
able; awl above all yeu can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
V.y virtue ef an executio.i issue! by XV. C
Showalter. eleifc of the district court, within
and for Ca e.misty, Nebraska ami to uie di
rected. I will .mi th" loth dav of November, a.
I). lSfS, at -' o'clock p. in., of sai-l d:iy. at the
residence of Samtie! L. Thomas, iu Plaitsinoiiili
Precinct. In said couidy. sell at public auet on
the foil.iwtnjj pcison:il property, to -wit :
The iiiiilivde one-ha f interes' o" two thor
o gii brMl bulls and undivided oi.e seventh
interest in nine spring calve. tl:ree fvo vear
oid heilff-rs, six cows, one one year- old brti! a:d
'Hie name beine levied ipon r.nd ts-keii a
the proneity of Thomas J. 1 homas. di-fe iidaut :
to rat'sfy a judgment of sa d court recoveied
by fiee.re E. Dove., plaintiff, ag inst said de
fendant. PlHttsinouth, N'eb., Oct 1 tli. A i. Iss
C-J 2 .T. V. KlKKM: ltv.
Sherill Cass County, b.
VVi 1 1 Have a vary interesting Hand Bill out Saturday
tho 20th, Full of Truth.
Look Far It !
Fir II !
And Ui'tul it C.iref'tillv ami
You Will Profit Thereby-
JOE wants about ,0i)0 hoys in limit f his Sieire
Monday Afternoon at 4 O'clock
And every one shill receive a nice (Jiiinji uit Wliistle.
DON T YOU FOR
FOIt SAIE TOFBEDEKS !
Steers and He'fers,
On". Two and Three years "Id, near Kiowa,
Kans t.s : suitable for Feeding or Kouhiiiif.
AJso Stools. Ceittlo.
Will Fell on lime to vart'es niakins first-class
pan- r : a'liiress :
It. 1.". CSRIM !:. Kiowa, Ka., or
W. IJ. (i RIMES, Kansas City. Mo.
f live Iepublieai? jeuyjpaper.
Now ia the time for Republicans to exert themselves to distribute i:ound
political doctrine among the people, and in no w.-y can they do it so well as by
THE DAIL Y INTER OCEAN,
Which is a. reliable, active, ar.dable exponent of Ropublican ideas and doc
trines. AS A NEWSPAPER it is unexcelled by any publication ii the West.
It has been "FORGING TO THE FRONT rapidly in the last two years, and since
the issue BETWEEN PROTECTION AND FRE3 TRADE bjcame so promi
nent, it has had A P.E3UX,AR BOOM. The caujo is apparent. 7 UB INTER
OCEAN is the only
RELIABLE PROTECTION MORNING NEWSPAPER
Published in Chicago, and PROTECTION 13 NOV THE REPUBLICAN
ISSUE, Every friend of true Republicanism ov.ht to help swell the tide cf its
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NEWSPAPERS, and thus disseminating false politic il doctrines ?
Koto is the time to subscribe and to itutuce ofht-rs to do the saint thiny.
Subscribe through your newsdealer or postmaster, or send diroct. Spe
cial rates olfered for the campaign. Sample copis3 sent on request.
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
Plattsmouth Street Railway Time! p
LEAVE VAI.LERY PLACE
0:13 a. m., 8:20 a. in., 0:30 a. m., 11:40 i
a. m., 12:40 p. in., 3:20 p. m., 3:30 p. m. ;
LEAVE ITU AND VINE STREETS j
7:30 a. m., 8:30 a. m., 10.13 a. m., 12:03 j
p. m., 1:30 p. ni. 4;30 p. m., 6:10 p. m., t
(?:50 a. m.f for switch, returning to 7th j
and Vine at 7:10 a. m. j
One fare (five cents) will be charged j
for round trip, leaving Seventh and j
Vine at 1:30 p. ni. and returning at 3:20
m. from west e nd of line.
Frank Carrctil Pres.
O. II. Ballou, M'n"g Director.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 8, 188s.
B. &. M. Time Table.
No, 1 p. in.
No. 4. lo t'vi a. in.
No. t. 7 :!.' p. in.
No. 10. 9 M a. n.
No. 1. 5 :io a ni.
Vo, a. i; :V , in.
No. 5 ti :47 a. ia.
No. 7.--T ::i ii. 11.
No. ! 0 :17 p. in.
o. 11 ;'J7 H. in.
A'l trains run daily by wavof nnaha. except
Noh. 7 and 8 which run to and from !-cliiij l-r
daily exceid Sunday.
No. rxi is a stub to Pacifi? .Jnnr-tiori at s.3'ia.m
No. ly Is a stub from Pacitic Junction at lla.ui.
3i O O "ES. "Xs
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Glen's AVorking- Suits
wren's Business Suits
Men's Best .Made Suits
Men's Custom Made buits
$ 4.05 I Child's Kilt Suitsfrom
7.80 1 Child's buits from
L0.00 I Boys' Suits from
25 00 1 Youths' Suits from
$L.90 to 3.75
- 2.00 to 9.80
3.2 5 to 1 0.90
- 4.00 to J5.00
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats -Men's
Black Worsted Overcoats
Aa Slogan Iiao of Soys', TToutlis' and Oh.il dron's Overcoats. Ton miss it if you don't buy your Clothing, Sats, Caps, Fur
nishing Goods, Soots and Shoes, etc., of
The - One - Price . Clothier, - Plattsmouth, - Nebraska,
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