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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBKA8KA, TUESDAY KVENINU, OCTOISI2U 211, 1888.
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Worthy A dvlser ; S. V. WilUe, liiiiiker ; V. . A.
1L VTTSMOUTH LOIi!K NO. . A. O. U. V.
Meet kry a'iirnae Frid.ty evening at
Kockwuod hr5i at s oVIock. All tra;:slelit bmtli
era ar reiM-ctfully invitol to attend. L. i.
Larsun, M. W. ; K. iloyd. Foreman: . C, ;
Wtlde. Kecord-r ; Leonurd Anderson, uverseer.
IH.ATfiHMOUTH LODGE NO. 6. A. V. & A. M.
MrrtH r.n tli firt aud Ihird Moii.layn of
each n;oiit!i at Hieir liall. All tr.instfni inoiu
er are cotdiiiUy m iu-d to inrot with us.
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'KIJKASK.V CH Vl'TEll. XO. 3. It. A. M.
i" Mecii smtond and fourth t'iifid;iv of each
month ;it Mifou1 Ha"- Trai:s4.u-nt brothers
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dfr. J. V. Weckbach.
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(Juartor Master Sert.
M-ffiu-r t ird:y eveni::j
HEALTH IS WEALTH i
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h a.vanl.'e vin-ciT'e d r HvMeria Dizzi'iess.
riMivui 'iis. FiT. Xti.i;. Sf ur.ilia. II -.ul
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hrln. geil.tlMl-ic nr over-liuiiilrfeiu-e. Kiifh lox
com ain one nuiiTir. treat'iieiit. 1 ) .a hex
ori r.i'X.s for tS.Oo, st-ut by mall preinidor
re -fipt of r'i'-e
ffE GUASAKTIE SIX BOXES
T.1 ri.rfwvfin. '.Villi each on'er received
-y 9 t ir t! iii.xe. Boi'(irii.aa:i'U v.u,i to iO,
lev l.l se... t!i. mr'ii.i.t r .nr nritteii Kiiaraa
t .rilni!t tli. n'l'iiev ii the trf atnient doe.i
!' -ct a eure: (lu irr.ntces l?ued only bv
viX'. V iirii.-k sole a t, flattsnioutli. Neb
Men's Working Suits
Men's Business Suits
Hen's Best Made Suits
Men's Custom Made Suits
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An Elegant X.ine of Boys', TTo-atns' and Children's Overcoats. STpn miss it "if yon don't buy your Clothing, Sats, Caps, Fur
nishing Goods, Soots and Shoes, etc., of
An r.xi'Ciitlon in Slaiii.
In Iho c-nttr of flio fic-U two hhort
fitakfs li:ul Lm''ii driven into tliu prjiind,
iiihHo tlioio when tlio oxerut iinitrs li:tj
tiiii.slitid t heir meul tlm prisoners walked
filowly outwithoiit any ono to nard them,
tin arriving at the stakes they again
prayed; tliey but down with their bucks
toward tho i-takes, to which their arms
wero tied, after which an oiiicial walked
out, blindfolded thorn with strips of linen,
lilled their ears with clay, ami then re
tired with his assistants, "leaving the con
demned men ulone in the middle of tho
field. About two minutes after .the exe
cutioners walked out armed with Japanese
h words uml tsat down some thirty paces
lieyond tho prisoners. They sat thus for
perhaps a minute; then rose and ad
vanced toward the doomed men. execut
ing fantastic dance like figures, almost as
if cautiously approaching an enemy, till
they emtio within striking distance, when
they raised their swords as if to strike,
but instead of doing so turned round ami
retired to where thoy started from. After
a short pause they advanced again in tho
same manner, but, on coming dose,
stooped duwn and looked fixedly for about
ten seconds Into tho faces of "the prison
ers, who sat perfectly motionless, and
then again retired. Tho third time they
advanced, tmi, as in the lirdt instance,
raised their swords u.-i if to strike, but in
stead of doing so they turned round and
again retired. Then they knelt down,
and. tjawing toward the commissioner,
called out, in bianiese, that they awaited
On receiving tho word tliej advance-!
toward the prisoners more quickly than
before, and when within reach, after
standing for a few seconds with their
swords jioised in the air, proceeded to cut
their lii ads oiF. The head of the man
who had begged for his life was taken off
at three blows, but seven or tight were
struck before tho head of tho other an
immensely powerful looking man, with a
thick, luuscuhir neck fell. The moment
tho first man's head fell his executioner
ran o IT to a temple close by to perform
certain rites, the other executioner fol
lowing as soon as his victim's Lead was
oil. Chicago Herald.
CoutagiouHiiess of IproAy.
The contagiousness of lejirosy still con
tines to be a mooted question. Dr. Hake,
superintendent of tho Trinidad Leper
hospital, has made a report to tho British
Medical association which embodies the
results of Ids experiments in the cultiva-
tion of tho cerm of lenrosv. the bacillus i
leprie, which have been under way for tho J
past lour rears. Ho sava that (1) at
savs that (1) at a
tropical temperature and on the ordinary
nutrient media he has failed to grow the
bacillus lepra?; ("--) m all animals yet ex
amined he has failed to find any local
growth or general dissemination of tho
bacillus after inoculation, whether be
neath the skin, in the abdominal cavity,
or in the anterior chamber; feeding with
Iprotis tissues has also given negative
results; 'i) ho has found no growth of tho
bacillus Iepny when placed in putrid fluids
or buried in the earth. Ho further says
tint an inquiry of this kind is practically
fiuiioas, so varied are the conditions of
temperature, time, nutrient media, living
anient! tissues, or putrescent substance,
and so niuiiv tiro the observations uecea
sary to avoid or lessen tho risk of errors
of experiment. Science.
In tlso Presence of a Spore.
Tho scourge which makes readers of
telegraphic dispatches from Florida trem
ble appeals, to a vaguo seuso of liorror
and dread. It tells how helpless are wo
In tho presenco of a plague which is only
a despicable little liviuj; thing, so infiu
Itesimally little that wo can neither see,
nor touch, nor paint, nor kill it. If a
Marks or Shepherd could only photograph
It; if wo could go netting for its coveys;
if we could discover its habits and ring
bells and catch its srvarrua ia beehives; if
yve could build great fire3 la tho streets
and make streets and houses perfectly
dry and forco air currents burdened with
these Hying spores into flames; if vo
could see the shape and bow these U'.tlo
creatures move, " wo could perhaps de
stroy them. But art and learning aud
genius aud the truest heroism, ever illus
trated In self sacrifice, arc all impotent
and uncrowned and humiliated in the
presence of a spore. Dupro In Biriaiag
Lam (Ala.) News.
YVlicro He Got It.
Magistrate You say your name is Na
pclooa Bonaparte Pancko? Witness
Yes, sah. Aiagistrato Whero did you
get that name' Witness I wuz named
artcr my poo ole f adder. His name was
do same as mine. Napoleon Bonaparte, 1
'specs, sah, am a family name. Utica Ob
Ttb, Tlieir Shoes On.
Five Kansas young ladies were recently
caught ui tlio uiiddl3 of a long railroad
bridge by a passenger train end forced to
jump twenty feet into the witer to save
themselves. It would also be correct to
state that it was u jump of ten feet.
Nature Is Iliad. '
People who' cat garlic aad smoke cigar
ettes, it is said, will never be attacked by
yellow fever. Natur doesn't believe in
pilinr on tb ae-onr. "
L003ES, jaL.T THE
" The - One Price - Clothier, - Plattsmouth, -
Plattsmouth Street Railway Time
I.KAY U VAM.MIY I'LAI'K
i:l"i n. in., 8:0 a. m., 1:30 a. m., 11:40
i:-li p. in.. 3: 20 l. in., ":o0 1
wi: 7tji am vim; stkkkts
::) a. in., S-M a. in., 10. I 'i a. in., 12:05
in., l:::o p. in. 4: JO p. in., i:10 p. in.,
0:50 a. in., for switch, returning to 7th
ami Vinejit 7:10 a. in.
One fare (live cents) will be (barged
for round trip, b-uving Seventh and
Vine at 1::0 p. in. and n turning at :':20
p. in. from west end of line.
i n. Pres.
(. II. Uai.i.oi", M'n'g Director
Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 8, IMS.
Proposals for the construction of san
itary sewtr in ciist. No. 2. Plattsnioutii,
Healed bids will be recti ved by the
Chairnuin of the Hoard of Public: Works
at his ollice in said citv until noon. No
vember, bth, for the construction of an
! eight-inch sanitary sewer pipe in difhict
No. 2, as follows: Commencing near the
! east ml of the alley in block No. 2!,
' thenco west in alley to a connection with
the 15 inch pipe sewtr in Fifth street.
To be done according to plans and
' specifications on file in the ollice of the
: Hoard of Public Works. The aggregate
I estimate, of the co.it of said work is
IJids must lie made on blanks furnish
ed by the Chairman of the Hoard, and
must be accompanied by a certified chef k
on a iocnl bank in the sum of $100, as
an evidence of good faith.
Dids will be opened and contract let
on same day. The Hoard reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. V. Johnson,
Cirl VJ anted.
(Jood wages will be paid a girl com
petent to do general hose work. Apply
at the residence of W. C. Showidter or
nt the office of the clerk of the district
court, Kockwood Hlock, Plattsmouth,
A girl to do general house work. Jin
quire at E. Q. Dovcy & son.
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, cau not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide rcputuation and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price? No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as BLXJG'S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever bottle that
di es 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 blow a thousand years.
1m For sale by Johnson Bros.
A MAN FROZE TO DEATH !
Because he had no Garland Stove.
Buy one of .Tpnx'spx Bros. sept22-dlm.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in he world i. the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is no advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. SmUh $ Co., drtiggst3.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough and calmly says -'oh! it is
only a little cold," and keep giving ihcin
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when tjiev can be so easily re
lieved by BEGGS' " CHERRY COuGII
SYRUP? It hrj no superioV, aort few
eqqafcv i'or s.Ue'by $ 8uiUU i& Co.,
For rent house of four rooms, one
block from High School. Inquire at
this oiBce. if
II. YioeckV furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most complete
in the city. '
Send your job wo.rk to the Herald
I Child's Kilt Sultsfrom
I Child's Suits from .
I Boys' Suits from
I Youths' Suits from
m in s
O l era
wgj wfhi 11 m
It. Ii. Windham, John a. Daviks,
Notary riiblic. Notary Fublic.
attorneys - at - Xa.w.
Oflice. over 1'ank of Ca County.
Plaitsm t tii, - - Nkbkaska
MANUFACTURER OP AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor e'e Peppcrbergo' end 'Buds
FULL LINE OK
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 26, 1 885.
for an Incurable case of Catarrh
Id the Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
Symptoms of Catarrh. Ilcauaclio,
obstruction of nose, discharges falling infa
throat, sometiraea protuao, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
leaf ness. difficulty of clearinp throat, evnocto,
fcition of offensive matter: breath offensive;
smell and taste impaired, and general debility.
Only a tew of these eyuiptoms likely to be pres-i
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in con-,
sumption, and end in the prave.
By its mild, soothing, and liealins properties,
Xr. Sage's Remedy cures the wor6t eases. 50c.
hie & Harml
TJnequaled as a EMver Pill. Smaller, cheap
est, easiest to take. One Pallet a Done,
Cure Sick Headache, Hillous Headache.
Dizziness. Constipation, IndiRcticim.
Iiiioos Attaekd, und all derangements o
tub Btomacn and bowels. 25 eta. by druggist.
Pont go to Onviha when you want
a get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where 3011 can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make jour home beautiful and comfort
able; and above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that hp yho &els most can
B, & W, Time Table.
No. 1. X. :10 i ,.
Vo, . 11 :4-'i p. 111.
No. 5 ( :47 ;t 111.
No. 7. 7 :: 1 p. 111.
No. ! 6 :17 p. 111.
No. 11 e ;27 a. 111.
001 NO kast.
No. 2 4 :33 p. in.
No. 4. 10 a. 111,
No. 6 7 :13 P 111.
No. 10. 0 :45 a. in.
A'l tniin i h i daily by Vt-y , f.'i. K.-s-t
Xos 7aud g v!i!, !i vc,ii v."i.,4 niu Hvh'.ii v.t
daily -r.v-f V- SUMui'.
Xrt. i'a ctituttt'r'aoitta .Iniictlon at s 3!:i in
No. i u ailitj from faclilc Junction at lla.n .
FOU SATE TOFEEEFta ! f
Steers r-a Iie?fers,
Omp. Tvoaiid Three years old, near Kiowa,
Kansas : suitable for Feeding or Kotigiiui!;.
Also Stools. C2?-it3L0.
Will tell on time to parties making r,X-cl;i
t ; 1 1 - r i'.tiiili'tvis
K. I'.'viUl 'v.s.' Kiowa, Ka.'., or
Vi. II. lili!Mi, Kant:s City,
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck's.
SE SEASON OP
- 2.00 to 0.80
3.2$ to 1O.OO
- 4 00 to 15.00
T O ZE2
T7atil XTovombor 1st.
It Will Be Merest
Ami Won't Cost
The Too.- Man's Friemi. 2s'
IVicos ! No
JOE will sell yon JJetter floods for Less Money than y,n
can liml in I'Jatt.snioiith.
f Word to tepuhiea)5.
The importance ct the results of th 3 prtsont political campaien can not do
overestimated by those who desire the success of the Republican party. The
Democrats, besides the " Solid South' are, in the North intrenched behind
breastworks of public patronage. It 'will take steady, earnest, and united
work to dislodge them. No-hing will so surely bring about that steanly, ear
nest, and united work as the circulation of sound political literature, and OB
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LY NEWSPAPER, Speeches and documents are read by the few. and when
read avrg laid aside; the newspaper is the fireside friend, the trusted family
companion. Its influence is continuous, constant. The Republicans can not
&id their paity better than by circulating
rfheo Daily o
It is a live Republican Newspaper, and has been faithful among the faithless in
Chicago. No man has ev6r questioned its soundness on the platform, because
the principles of th pia-fomi have been advocated by THE INTER OCEAN
many years. PJvOTSCTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRIES AND AMERICAN
MJqsa FOR AMERICAN PRODUCERS have been rta battle cries from the
beginning. It did not take it six weeks to ascertain whether it could etand on
the platform or not. ,
. Republicans have done mueW aid in the inculcation of false politienl
doctrines ty patronizing Tpapers that advocate them. Why should they do eo
when they can av.;4 by subscribing tor THE INTER OCEAN, which Us
acknowloijad v b
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Vou can subscribe through your n-vfcsdealer or postmaster. If you are
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the: inter ocean,
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats -Men's
Black "Worsted Overcoats
You ;i Cent.
u Two iVIccs ! No Credit
Cash l'riei !
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