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PL.ATTSMOUTH, XEIJUASKA, WEDNESDAY EVEXIN(J, OCTOISEK 188S.
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'tV'puiv treasurer, -Clerk.
lit'conter nf liecds
Cleric li.-m.st, Co irt,
Slit-rUT, - - -
Huiit. of "ul. School.
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A. H. Toni), Cli'm.,
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1 Vvery Tim lay eveuio. of -.ic!i wi'ck. All
transient brothers aie refjiceUully iuviled to
B I.AT I MOL'Til KNCAM I'M K N T No. :. I. O.
- O. t'.. iu'M'Ih cv":y a'tcraafe Krol.iy iii
ea.;li tnontto in ilie Masonic Hall. Visiting
Itrjthen life invited to allfinl.
'IMCIO I.OIxlK ". si. A. . C. W. Meets
evcrv a!l.crii:il Friday cvei.inj ill Iv . of K.
lull. Transient brothers are r.'"-i-tf uMy tn-vil-
l fiiattend K..I. M r";in. M.isl -r Vorc mstii ;
1". I I'.rown. KortMiiiin ; l. U. K.eiii-ster. Mvcr
: 11. A. Taite. Financier : . F. Jloiie
wortli. Keconlcr ; M. May bright. Kcietver;
1. I; n!tli, J":!'t M. W. : I. N. Iljwen, Ciiide ;
I. .1. Kiiiiz. 1'isnle Watch.
ilASS OA Ml N. MOHKICX V 1. 1) V KX
J of AniiTHr-t MfetH spcoml anl fourtli Mn
day cvi-iiii4 at K. of 1. hall. All tiiiusi.-nt
brother arc r'iiiirsifl lo lat-.-i wiiu iih. ,. A.
Mcwi) iff, Vener;i!i.f iii-oiI : ' '. . N"1"'.
Worthy lvi-. r ; 8. V iM-. i! inker ; W. A.
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Uockwooii h.ill at M oVIhok. aIIU msifiit brolli
m are reTtf:ill v ii.vitfil ,0 attfii'f. I-. .
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1 t.'i iiii!i-Ui at Aia-jii i Had.
it. N. ULKX.V, IJegent.
1. C. Minok. Secretary.
Plattsmouth board of trade
President Kobt. It Wlmlhan.
Is? ViMe rr.'sldeat A. It. Todd
vml Vie- President Win Neville
. l K. ;u!liiian
.1. C. Kichev. K. K. White, .1. C. ratlersoii,
J. A. Conner, 1$. EUou, C. W. Sherman, F tior-d-r.
J. V. Week bach.
fWlcCONIHIE POST 43 C. A. R.
J. V. .f.mxsox Commander,
Tt.is H.uiior Yioe
v .Kt ..Junior '
U.o. Nii.Ko Adjutant.
1I.VKV STitf ri-HT Q. M.
Mai.ov Dix.iv oiiicerof the iay.
CHAiti.K K'i: ':irl
AsnKlww k av Sert Major.
J vtoK liHB1 km AN .. ..Qaartfcir NiiU'er er;t.
j. V.. CCKris Pot ChapUui
Mediae Saturday evniu
HEfiLTH IS WEALTH !
rr V. P. AVcst's Nere at)d Brain Treatment
a euaranU'9 specihe for Hysi. rN Dizziness.
Convulsion. Kit. Nervous Neuiaiuia. Head -a:he.
Nerveocs i'.-ostration caused ly the iwt
of a'.cohol or teba'-to. Wakefa'ness. Mental He
predion. Kofteninir of 111 Brain res-tilting 111 111
Jtanity and leadmi; t misery, aecay and death,
i-reniaure old Ape. I5:irrenii's. Loss slow
er in either ex. Involuntary Loss and Sj.er
wat rrhea caused by oer.evertioii of Ihe
brnin. elfabu.ss or over-lndiiljjenee. Eacli box
coin a'.ns one riontb'n treaiineiit. $1 j a box
or six boxes for $5.00, seat by tuail prepaid or
reeeipt of price
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
Ti ntraH'r.ve With each onler received
by n f " l Uoes. aeeonipao-ed w i?h -?5.oo,
we will eud tbr purchaser our wri'ten guaran
tee to letnrn the nuitiev il the treatment does
w -ffeet a enre. llaara.-.tees Issued only by
VCt i J. Warriet sole a Ml. riaitsmeuth. eb
Men's "Working Suits
Men's Business Suits
Men's Best Made Suits
Men's Custom Made Suits
An Elegant T-iiio of Boys, "3Towth.s' and Children's Overcoats. "S"ou. miss it if yovi don't buy your Clothing, Sstc, Caps, Fur
nishing; Goods, Soots and Shoes, etc., of
ARE THEY EVER CURED?
ratlent In an Innann Asylum'
Tho otifstion recently raised bv cx-
patieuts of an insane asylum, whether
aane people arc ever kept there after cure
because cruel relatives will not take tho
leal measures necessary to pet thera out,
has cau.seil a rood deal of talk. Every
village has its unfortunate, who is
pointed out as a whilom madman or mad
woman. A terrible name it is to bear,
too, for never can come the day, this side
of the prave, when he who has once been
into the dark valley is safe against a os
siblo return. Ho is always a subject of
suspicion and knows it, and if to this
knowledge is added tho belief that he was
locked up wrongfully his position is
A reporter asked a young doctor who
lias tserved his timo in the asylum wheth
er sauo'people were ever kept there when
they ought to bo at liberty.
"That is a very delicate question," ho
said, "and very hard to answer. The
dividing line between sanity and insanity
is very narrow and very faint sometimes,
and it In a very delicate matter to say
when a person ha crossed it. Some
times a patient will lo jolly and appa
rently sane fi.T months and then tud
denly fall back intu the depths perhaps
into tho dangerous itage of lunacy, it
may be laid down as a safe rule that a
man who has been once iusane may be
come so again, especially if worried and
fretted, ami facts like these must enter
into any discussion of tho question you
"Now it frequently happens hero, as at
all asylums, that a patient reaches tho
state so close to a cure that it would bo
hard to sav- that ho was not nil right, lie
begins to fret over his confinement, and if
he could Imj 1 aken out ami not worried with
Iheeares which invariably accompany a
battle with the world, lie would bo far
setter off. jK-rhaps. than under tho nag
ging influence of tho bolts and bars,
which he knows in an asylum stand be
tween him and liberty. To send such a
man out into the world and compel him to
light for himself would be cruel. Nine
times out of ten he would be back again
very soon, and much the worse for hav
ing left the asylum. N5w that is tho
class of cases which has undoubtedly
been brought to public attention, and
some of them aro sad enough. I will say
this: that if the medical stall of an asy
lum is satisfied that a patient is thor
oughly cured cured so well that he or
she can face tho strain of a battle with
life no heartless relatives would be able
to keep that patient imprisoned."
"Dut how about inebriate patients?"
asked the reporter.
"Well, they are a sort of exception to
tho rule," said tho doctor. Man- a
man is kept in an asylum who is erfeetly
sane, who, if he were allowed the liberty
of the outside world, would bo sure to
drink to excess. The insanity of drink is
; 1:1 hint. Such a man, I ihink, is bettor
1 behind asylum walls." New York World.
V.'oik of si Hotel Chambermaid.
The hotel porter has to move and lift
some heavy baggage. But he has an occa
sional rest. It is on tho muscle and sinews
of the hotel chambermaid that tho heaviest
and longest labors fall. There is one on
my floor who has an average of thirty
five rooms to attend to every day. That
means for each room bod making, sweep
ing, dusting, sheet changing and looking
after the toilet requisites. Tho honso
keeper has a sharp eye, is eternally vigi
lant, and not a room is slighted. Cham
ber work doesn't lock hard, but it's very
wearing. I think the man of average
strength would look tired after he had
bent over his fifteenth bed and tucked the
sheets In properly.
Every other morning this girl must
arise at 4 and sweep the parlors. Siio can
escape from the house and her toils every
other day from 4 in the evening until 7
next morning. The remainder of the
time, when not asleep, she is on tho move.
Sho is of the muscular draught horse
breed, and. though not over 20, her
shoulders aro bent like a bow from years
of stooping over beds while making them
up. She sings at her work, and tells m
that sho never cotild get through it if she
did not sing. Sho will be an old, over
worked woman in ten years. A fresher,
vounirer "helo" will sr.DTilv her rdaeo
at K 1 1
when she tumbles out of the ranks from
sheer exhaustion. Nono but stout girl
can endure here. The landlord naturally
and reasonably wants tho strongest girls,
fpr the same reason we want the strong
est horses tq draw car loads. Prentice
Mulford in New York Stac.
Teutonic Element In Chicago.
CL;cago is one of the largest German
cities in the world, so far as tho numeri
cal strength of tho Teutonic element is
concerned. Even in the fatherland there
aro few centers of population which can
vie in this respect with the wonderful
metroplis of the western hemisphere.
Whatever causes may have driven the
German from the land of his birth it can
truthfully bo said that his first aim on
foreign soil is to create a home for him
self. Then ho organizes a verein a so
ciety. In fact, in populous cities the so
ciety precedes the home. Chicago Times.
OPEUIITa- OP THE
I Plattsmouth Street Railway Time
j I.KAVK V.W.I.KIlY ri.Al K
:I5 a. 111., b:'20 a. in., '.CoO a. in., 11:10
I a. in., 12: 10 p. 111., !J:i'0 . in., r::J0 p. ni.
I.KAVK I'llI AM) VINK STKKKTS
! 7::)0 a. 111., fv.V ji. m., HM."i a. in.. 1:0r,
j p. 111., I:o0 p. in. 4:0p. in., J:10 p. ni.,
G:-0 a. 111., for switch, returning to t It
and Vine at 7:10 a. ni.
One fare (live cents) will lie charged
for round trip, leaving Seventh and
Vine at 1:30 p. 111. and returning at :J:20
p. 111. from west end of line.
Fkank Cahui'tii. Pres.
O. IT. IiAM.or, M Vg Director.
Plattsmontli, Nel., Oct. H, ISM.
Proposals for the constiuct ion of san
itary sewc-r in ilist. No. 2. Plattsmouth,
Sealed bids will lie rrc ived by the
Chairman of the Hoard of Public Works
at his olliee 111 said city until noon. No
vember, 8th, for the construction of an
eight-inch sanitary sewer pipe in district
No. 2, as follows: Commencing near the
eas-t end of the alley in block No. 20,
theneo west in alley to a connection with
the 15 inch pipe sewer in Fifth street.
To be done according to plans and
specifications on tile in the otlice of the
Hoard of Public Works. The aggregate
estimate of the cost of said work is
Hiils must lie made on blanks furnish
ed by the Chairman of the Hoard, and
must le accompanied by a cei tilled check
on a local hank in the sum ot $100, as
an evidence of good faith.
liids will be opened and contract let
on same day. The Hoard reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. W. Johnson,
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people wdl not, can not, or
1 do not see any difference in cheap nos
i trnnis put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
' wide reputuation and one that is giving
. universal satisfaction at equal price? No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for puiifving the
blood as UKCG'S DLOOP Pl'RIFTER &
HLOOD MAKEU, and ever bottle that
d cs not do its work will cost j'ou noth
ing. For sale by (). P. Smith & Co.,
Tun Daily II khai.o delivered for
locts. per week.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in the woild is the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
IJEGGS CIIEI'UY 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. Smith & Co., druggists.
Send your job work to the IIehald
HOV.' CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold," anil keep giving iheni
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when thev ca,n be so easily re
lieved by IJEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP t It has no superior, and few
equals. For s.de by O. P. Smith & Co.,
A MAN FROZE TO DEATH !
lieeause he had no Garland Stove.
Buy one of Johnson Bros. sept22-dlm.
let that cold of yours run on. You think
it is a light thing. But it may run into
catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or con
sumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is
dangerous. Consumption is death itself,
The breathing apparatus must be kept
healthy and clear of all obstructions and
offensive matter. Otherwise there is
All the diseases of thege parts, head,
nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs,
can be delightfully and entirely cured by
the use of Boschee's German Syrup. Jf
you don't knw this already, thousands
and thousands of people can tell you
They have been cured by it and know
how it is, themselves. Bottle only 75
cents. Ask any druggist.
Child's Kilt Suitsfrom
Child's Suits from
Boys' huits from
Youths,' Suits from
W y n 1
ll. II. Windham, John A. Davikh,
Noiaiy I'uliiie. Notary Public.
W1MIH Vr.!A 1IAVIKK,
JLt tornoys - at - a.
Office over Vn:k f Van County.
Pr.AiTsMorTii, - - Nr.r.nAsKA
MAKUKACTUKKIl OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEAI.MIl IN Till'.
Choicest Brands of Cinars,
Flor de Pepperbsrgo' and 'Cuds
FCLI. LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 0, lSSH.
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 well as uterine, tonic and nervine, it
imparts vijror and strength to the whole system.
It promptly curea weakness of dtomach, nausea,
indigregtion, bloating-, weak back, nervous pros
tration, debility and sleeplessness, in either sex.
It is carefully compounded by an experienced
I'hyslcian, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. Purelv vegetable and perfectly
harmless in anv condition of the svsteni.
I Warranted.! l
Kav or tic j-renerip-tiou"
is the only medicine
'or women, sold by drucurits.
under a. positive L'uar.
an tee of satisfaction in every case, or price
($1.00) refunded. This guarantee has tieen
printed on tho bottle-wrapi)er, and faithfully
carried out for many years.
For larjre. illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women (IliO pages, with full directions for
home-treatment), send ten cents in stamps.
Address. WnRi.n's Dispensary Meoicai.
Association. Gi3 Main Street, Buffalo, N". Y.
Dont go to Omaha whr'n you waul
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but go to Hi-nry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful and comfoit
able; and above nil you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
O.&. Til. Time Table.
No. 1. 5 :lo a. m.
No. :i. S ;-; I p. 111.
No. 5 ('. :4T a. 111.
No 7.--T p. 111.
No. 9 fi :17 1). 111.
No, 2 4 :.".1 p. 111.
No. 4. in :.M :i. m.
No. c 7 :13 n in.
No. 10. 0 :i a. 111.
No. 11 0 ;J7 a. in.
A-t ?rai;: ran daily by wavof dnalia eseppt
N(-7 and 8 v(iicii run p ami from h !ia;ler
daily except Su.iuh'.y.
No. m is a stub to Pacific .Iim"tioii at s Sua in
No. 19 is a stub limn I'aei'ic .itux tioii ar I i.in.
FOll SALE TO FKEDEKS !
StssM an?. Hs'fera,
Oil". Two and Thr.-f yean ld. near Ki-iwi,
Kans is ; suitable f r Feerthi or Uouhsna.
Wi'l Mill on time to i-art'i-s nn.king first-cla!
ti' I" : a i'lvesH :
I.', l:. ; KIM i"- Kiowa, Kn-.. or
W.i:. i;i::MEi, Kan.-as City. .Jo.
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck's.
2.00 to 0.80
3.2 to lO.OO
100 to 15.00
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b w t, 1 1
TT-"1 A T i"T ; i r ;
Jtz& Jkr Cssz-
It will Be Ifetii, Pit
Tlie I"oo.- M.-im's FrifiKl. A'o Two Triers ! No ( r.ilit
J Vices N., Cii,, lVie. s !
JOE will t-11 you JJutU r (;..!; foV U- Unv.cy than von
can iind in JMiittsiuoutli.
f Word to Iepcjb!iea95.
Ths importance of the results cf tho present political campaign can not ba
overestimated by tl-iose who desire tie success cf tlje Repubiica.n party. The
Democrats, besides the " Solid Eoutli," are, in the North intrenchod behind
breastvorks of public ratronaeo. It u-m take steady, earneyt, and united
work to du-lodfc-e them. No hing vUi so turely bring about that stoaly, ear
nest, and united work as the ciivulztion of sound politica.1 literature, and OP
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doctrines ty patronizing papers that advocate them. Why should they do-o
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