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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVE3IIJEII lO, 1888.
. Pollen Judge,
Councilman, 1st ward,
" 2nd "
WVVv.-Wv. I Indianapolis, $Tov. 10.- Itcpublicans
' - " . - WKKox are jubilant, but the demonstrations
. Jaxas Pa"bkon. j. 0f the past two dart have ceased. The
- a Madol people baye returned to their business
ana me city nas asaumeu its normal
W II MALIOK
I J V WKCKHA(
I A HALItlHUAr
i I) M JUNKB
I 1K. A HI1IPMAK
111 H MURPHY
1 8 W IJUTTOlf
I Con O'Comnob.
1 Y McGallkst. Pbu
I J WJol
f KHRU G
GOLTjMTY OFFICIOS. P
The county canvassing board is still in
session. The official figures on the result
in this city cannot be obtained, but the
democratic electoral ticket was carried in
the county by a plurality of 378. A few
official returns are coming in from coun
ties over the state, and it is thought the
ican plurality will be in the neigh-
i. a. oami'hkll I boihoou of 2,o00.
Tmn. roi.i.iMK I . ....
1'iki uit( iiKiKia I arrangements are completed tor a
Kxa Cbi i v kiki-i. j,ritna rti.ication meeting here tonight,
M LEYI and it is probable that Geueral Harrison
J. c. Kikknhaht. will be induced to participate in the
allkn Ckkkiim I demonstration in some way. The general
ii nnoorHurKHVMOK!. I coining ol tit-legates lor the purpose of
A. IS. Toil. 'h'lll.. - - I iHttsmolltn I riinrrriltlil. itin.r him (?nn,rnitiillinna liv
L ,1 IS K M.r.. - WwpilK WilfM, " " . " . J
A B. li K.v, - fciinwoiio-i letter, lie says, will receive prompt atten
tion. Iu response to a call for a speech
GIV'IGSOGI KT.IiS. yesterday he said:
. ineiime lor 8iecc.i-miikin? is over.
1VSH l.H.'' fin. IKS. 1 O. it. r.-Mwt T, 1,1 . : 11 . . ii .it
4 ... i r i. .nil lie debate is ( Ioh-iI nml I li.Ii.-v- Mint
fyrTir m iif trvtriiltij; i i tr.n " r . it 1 1 - r
r trnnii-'iil brothers are reiecllMlly iuvlted to I the polls are closed. I thank you for
Iwuiy r.e.nurer, -3lTle.
lUicorJer (! I'eeds
C .-rR nl i Utile' Co lit,
Alriy. - -
yt. lub Sc1ihIk,
I la r r m i J r 1 1 kn t: v m r.M k n r
No. 3. I. M.
your call toiiiglit.
The republican headquarters closed
la-st night. Chairman Huston and Secre
tary Dill were each presented with gold-
headed cancb by the clerical corps of the
The democrats now concede Indiana to
ILirrisou by 2,500. Reports to the Asso
ciated press confirm this, thoi-gh the vote
f 4 -1 ma .
ilAXS I'AMI NO. IT' MODKKN WOdllMKN I luaJ uuuuiru iiiwif.-, uic cnu.o
v of America Meetsnecond ami lourtU Mon- ....ij;-.,, ,., 5 tl.-ra
d ay eeiiiu at K. ol i. lialU All transient " " "
brutlier are requested to meet witu un. 1.. A. bcinr scarcely 300 votes difference thus
fiewco ner. eueraie uhhui; r, riie-, i - -
worthy Adviser; s. u. uue, itauaer ; w. a. iar ueiween General uarrisou ana uoyer
O. K iut-r"- trr'-y a'tt-r ih r rut-tr In
i'U morn it In tli" M i-"nic li.ilt
iir tlher-i ar-s I ivile-l to atteinl.
'IIKIO l.)l)iiE NO. Ml. A. O. V. .V. Meetn
every altrrn ita tritlay eveniim at K. of f.
hail, rraniiem Diomeri are respflciiu.iy in
Ua toatteuil. K.J. Marfan. Master Workman ;
K. V. i;run. Foreman ;,. it. K-in-ter. ivei-
eer: K. A. Taite. Kmaneier : a. tr. iioui-e
worth. K-.?orler; M. Maybright. Iteeeirer;
I. It. Smttli, 1'an-t M. W. : I. N. Uowen, Guide ;
1 J. Kunz. Inside watcn.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10. Ytfctcrday the
ballots cast in Kenton connty for con
gressman from the Sixth (Carlisle's) Ken
tucky district, were counted at Indepen
dence, Ky., and about two-thirds of them
was found to be rough edged and per
forated. The republican committee pro
tected against the counting of them. 601
of those ballots were cast in Campbell
county and there the republicans protest
ed against their being counted. These
ballots were distributed in csnsiderablc
numbers throughout the remainder of the
THE LION AMONG THE FLOWERS.
Here, in till irurtlen nook, alone,
t-iea au old uon of gray tono
Ouue, io th I our gone golden hour,
A lordly lion, proud in state,
Ttie guardian of a mansion gate
Now be tiem low among the flowers.
Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 9 Forty
countries, polling 115,463 votes for pres
ident in 1834, show a net republican gain
of 4,0.56. The remaining thirteen count
ies, polling 16,689 votes, will at the same
ratio of gains?, give the republicans a
gain of 794, making a total net gain in
the state of 4,845, which would give the
state to the republicans by 624 majority.
Tne indications are that Atkinson, Flick
and Smith (reps.) are elected, respective
ly, in the First, Second and Fourth con
Then, oft ho Raw the shining doors.
Heard light feet fall on festal floors.
Heard music wake Its witching din.
Then daoce beneath the torches' blaze
The kuighta and ladies of old days.
While be watched over all within.
Now he lies bere; In his old age
Coat out. rejected, by the rage
Of time, a down beaten, broken, scarred
An old gray lion; yet not less
A lion lu his feebleuens!
One thing is left him still to guard.
Ho guards it well, by night and day,
In those great paws of granite gray,
In the strong shelter of his breast;
No man shall serve him yet with scorn.
Though an old Uon. thus forlorn.
And all he guards a robin's next!
nor-clcct Ilovey. In the Eighth district
LATTSMOUril LOiXSK NO. 8. A. O. U. W. rtrnnlf .Ai,n .W.-ta .T.1in,n froivl
Ing at I " "
Meets evfrv alternate Friday even
Rockwood hall at H o'clock. All transient broth- I for congress bv 05 majority
era are respectfully invited to attend. L. 8. I , . f
Wilde, uecoraor ; uuuaru Anaersou. uvtrwei.
This is a
1U.ATT9SIOUTII LODGE NO. 6. A. F. & A.M.
a M.'i'H on tho tirt and tliir:! Mondays of
each moiitli at their hail. Ail transient brotn-
er! are eordully nutted to meet with in.
J. O. KlL'IIF.Y, W. M.
Wm. Hat". Secretary.
'F.BKASKA CHAITEU. NO. 3. II. A. M
i-' Meet seooiiil and fourtti Tuesda ol each
month at MarunV Hall. Traiiscu-iit brothers
are invited to meet wuu us.
K. E. White, II. P.
Wm. I1 vs. Secretary.
fT. zion COMMAMIVKV. NO. 5. K.
"Meet first and third Wednesday nilit ot
ei-U montii at M no ' liall. Visiiiiu brjllier
art. oriaily inyit-'d to meet wuh us.
WM. 11 ws, Kec. F. E. W ii ir is, E.
Heavy Snow Storm Reported from
Atchison, Kan., Nov. 9. The most
pheuonienal snow storm that ever occured
in northern Kansas began this niornin
and has continued furiously all day
Trains are all delayed and telegraph wires
are prostrated iu all directions with the
exception of one line to Kansas City
In Atchison oyer 2Q0 telephone lines are
broken and so tangled up with electric
light wires that the electric light work
; riASSCoCNCILNO.irei.KOYAL RCANUM have been suspended to prevent accident.
i meets tne xecond aud fourtti Moudavs ol , . . . . .
1 tach nioutli at Arcanum Hall. I The snow storm is the heaviest that lias
It. N. Glkxn, Regent.
r. C. Minor. Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
occurred at any season of the . year since
1878. The extent of the damage cannot
be ascertained, owing to the suspension
President Boot. B Windham of telegraphic connection
" ir x i csiurub. .......... ...... - v. m
CliI Vi F7r'lilent
J. C. Efchev. F. K. White, J.C.Patterson.
J. A. Conner, B. Elson, C. W. Sherman, F. O or
der, j. v. weeicoacn.
xr..i 1 1 .. i k iwi9 i itt rvoir it 4 rin srnrm
U( (Tito frlUIUCUb ........iiiu serine I vf y , i . . .
Bocretary.... , , F. Herrmann i l..;..;,.- .,. k;. mnrnir, AA
Treasurer , F. K-Uuthmaui "v'""A"e -v nt v,.VKv
into a snow storm at 3 o'clock tips after?
noon and has been falling ever sjnee.
The snow, however has melted as fast as
it has fallen. It has been accompanied
by brisk winds and has done considerable
i damage. Nearly all railroads centering
here are more or less delayed, the Santa
Fe being the worst sufferer. Telegraph
wires are also somewhat crippled.
McCONIHIC P08T 45 G. A. R.
Senior Vice "
Olllcerof the Day.
, SerKt Major
..Quarter M:wrer Serst.
. I'o t ills plain
C. H. TwiM
K. A. B ATKS
It K NII.F.S
M Lor Dtxox
ANDKifON Fry. ...
.1 AOilij OOM
'ipfcTi'i r . (iirday eyeniu
for "mn-down," debilitated and overworked
women. Ir. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescription it.
the best of all restorative tonic. It is a potent
hnecino lor an those hronio weaknesses ana
piseasea peculiar to Women: a powerful, getXr
eral as well as uterine, tonio and nervine, if
imparts vi?or ana strengin to ine wnoie system,
It promptly cures weakness of stomach, nausea!
Indigestion, bloating, weak back, nervous pros
t ration. omj ity and sleeplessness. In either sex
Kanmas Citt, Nov. 0. A special from
Pittsburgh, Kan., says: The most dread-
tul dis stcr in the history of Kansas oc
enrred at 5 o'clock this evening. At
that time a terribla explosion was lieard
it shaft No. 2, in Fontennc, a suburb of
Pittsburgh. The shaf was completely
shattered and there were 1G0 men below,
only two of whon are known to have
escaped. Being 112 feet deep it is almost
certain at this writing that nil whp were
in the mine are dead or burried alive.
Attempts will be made to reach the men
below before morning. The shock des-
It is carefully compounded by an experienced
phrsician. and adapted to woman's delicate
narc?.e n il is lrobWe
Vriie :" P- tUnt the men in th lower levels are bur
Ion' is th nnlv mNlicin I
for women, sold bv dnifrgists. I icd beneath tons of slate. Black damp
"f nte of satlsfacUon in every case, or price is supposed to have caused the explosion.
" &Ulntttl,D tehJun? Most of the miners at these shafts wen
? : . t a.. 4 as man w vaiasi - - 1 1 aj m -n
i uriim wua s s - u
For targe, illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
jVomen 1X) page, with full directions fb(
bonie-treatmenti, send tea cents In stamps: "
Addrosd, WORLDS UlSPtKSABT MKDICA&
sWociAiiOtft out Mala Street, Buffalo, N, Ti
orTginally from the mines of Pennsyl
A Few California Figures-
San Pkancisco, Nov. 9. The count
of 116 precincts in the city of 176 give
tT T Ol non m 1 J rro rrt. .
MANUFACTCRER OP AND I ,1IU"3UU vieveiauu -,ouo. ine
I rnnlImn citato rnmm!ttu rl.imi
m m w w w M V wm1 m W W tt W wmmmm m w I I
VYMULtbALL 6t ntl AIL state by from ten to twelye thousand
dealer ix thk The democratic; state committee concedes
( 'llOlCCSt DrandS Ot UlarS, majority:- The latest figures' indi
'I i. i : -T r
Flor do Pepperbergo and
TOBACCO AND S3IOKERS' ARTIOLES
always in stock. Nov. 26. lSS-t
catc the election of four republican con
gressmen. Three qf he congressional
f Buds districts are very close.
RnntEcxirFs, Nov. 9. Vice President
elect Morton spent the day in reading
and arranging hundreds of telegrams re-
I r ASA1 KtlM watnwk 4l A H Am iuih tTmm 1 nm.
C1,r-r; X- WillUnm1 miveH nainta. the "J "o TC
Ix-st in the market, at Fricke & Co's. drag ult of the campaign. They are from
store. - - . 8-tf. leading repubcan ttrourtout tie and.
Na8iivillk, III., Noy. 9. Foreman
(dein) for congress in the Eighteenth Il
linois district has a majority of 17 over
Jehu Baker (rep.). The following is the
official returns : Foreman's majorities :
St. Clair county, 229; Monroe, 560; Total
7S9. Baker's, majorities j Madison, 324;
Bond, 385: Washington, 63; Total 772.
Foreman was serenaded at bis residence
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and- strain
ana cougn and calmly say: "Un! it is
only a little cold," and keep giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, uc.til
they are dowp with Jung feyer or con
sumption, wuen tuey can ue so easily re
lieved by BEQGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP It has
equals. For sale
Don't be misled by 6o called reduced
prices when you can buy cheaper at Joe's
the One Price Clothier.
Bonded in a Surety Company.
The method by which an emplore is
bonded in a surety company Is simple
enough. The cr.'.H-fc having Lecn re
quested by his emph yer to furnish a bond
in some stated amo int. goes to a reliable
surety company and Gils out and signs an
application. The application contains a
number of questions regarding the char
acter and antecedents of the employe,
which must be answered fully and specif
ically. All employments for ten years
last past must be clearly 6tated. with the
reason for leaving each. A complete de
scription of the appearance of the appli
cant Is noted ou the back of the applica
tion. At least four responsible persons
must be given as references. To each of
them a special form of questions is then
sent. Upon satisfactory answers to. these
questions, and upon a careful private in
vestigation of the habits of life of the ap
plicant, a, baud is executed by the guaran
tee company and handed to the employer,
insuring him against loss arising from
dishonesty on the part cf the emplove.
At the very threshold it is remarkable
to observe how many employers dread to
offend their employes by asking them for
such a bond. This may bo very well as a
matter of delicate politeness, but surely,
in the expressive language of trade, 'lit is
not business." The question Is pot w'hat
is most courteous, but ' what is most
right? What is most just uot only to the
employer, but to the employe himselH
xuiq a Detter test De devised than to -'-
On November First !
Tk OneHPrice lofhisr
In one of ln's windows. Everybody can fjiiess arid
cent's worth. The one iruessiiiijr the nesn-cfct to
Beans the jar contains, by Jan. 1st, tdiall receive
not buy a
A $20 SUIT OF CLOTHES !
-The second nearest
A Clear Beaver Hat!
And the Third Nearcst-
na employe to trive - T, t
no superior, and few hnest, he ytt&a so cheerfully; if he
! by O. P. Smith & Co., ,ffets Wfire as well to dis-
vou u. c-yre in uppmcott's Mag;
A Delicious Java Truit.
Travelers in Java ha
columns with rhapsodies, oyer (he mangos-
Dodt go to Omaha when vou wint :,"'J,i Vl ten extolling It as the
to iret tour beautif jl parlor and l.ed F. e VC4!S"V Pl no iroP,cs H'emnn.
room sets but To ti IllnrV Boeck's fur- ?v? to W1e 3 a hard rou"d
rooxn m go W ttenry oecs s tur- fru,t tLe of ft peacu Its hard outer
A411.141C uiiuMiii4ii il'cini -H jvi. cyerv
thing iu the furniture line that will go to
make your borne beautiful and comfort
able; and above all you can get it cheap,
s- a .a. a m m
uememuer mat ue who sells most can
Look out for change pf t"iidd" and
hand bills qf Jfoe? the One Price Clothier.
. . . ' ' . UUll,!
sueii or rinu is or the same color and
t It !!" 11 AO O 1 CI A . 1 m. S i . .
u.o yiwu wuiiuii, out 111. tnis
brown husk lie six or citrht seirmont of
aanrtvn. ... I A - 1 WT a.. . a
Huuepuip. rue uttio liegments
aro easily separated, fvn4 tmnsferred to
ine mouin rufeit awav. the nnhi hp'mn- na
fi .- " - to
j.oiv anu uno as a custard. The mansros
teens delicate duId tastes, as nil it on
loffists say. like strawberries nr.ohna
bananas and oranores all at once: .1 lilin-ht
tartness is veiled iuthesedeii'eious flavors,
and it is never cioyinerlv sweet. Taken
just as it comes from the ice box the
Dr. Withers is an experienced dentist
and will save your teeth if they can be
saved; if nqt, h,e will extract them with-I mangosteen is an epicure's dream real-
out pain. imce in union iiipCK. a-wit I . ""io. me more s m PUV tnat It oniv
' . " ' I TT" L. nw 1 7 , , T T I
fci..o .u jtvv jjupca any ueaaiy cu-
CPMCH! and CQUqHI and CQUCH
W nat ip me wor'ct is, tne renson 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 f.n
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith $ Co., r-ggitg.
Plain figures and plain truth at Joe's,
the One Price Clothier.
If you want anything in the jewelry
line, go to II. M. Gault. He will sell ycu
good goods at low prices and guarantee
them as represented.
on sale. A good span of matched
ponies for sale, they are a numlxr one
lU2ry team. Enquire at this ofhec. tf
what OH EARTH
la thp reason people will not, fan not, or
1 . Z 1
uo not see any uiiterence in cueap nos
trums put up by Cheap John bouses or j
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 purifying the
blood as BEGG S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever "bottle1 that
mates, and does uot bear t run r nrt-t i t i nn
Larire sums 1 1 a r xtn nfToT-nr or,H r
and O. steamships have made hundreds of
ineneetual eflorts to tret a basket of man-
gosteens to England for the queen. The
hard rind looks unchanged for weeks, hnt
the delicate pulp melts away, and the
dryest and coldest rfrigf rater chambers
canngi Kefp tne iieart of the mangosteen
trom. spoiling Globe Democrat.
Last Cargo of Slaves.
Though the slave trade was nrohibitnd
by law after 1808. a period of eirrhtv
years, it was clandestinely cayr4-4 on' so
long cs slavery in this "eountry made a
rjartet foe kidnaped nefrroes. The last
cargo of this kind that effected a landing
was from the Wanderer, a slave trading
vessel, aud some of the negroes kidnaped
in Africa siill hvo oa a oiantation in
Georgia. They hvd become civilized and
Christianized, soeivliisg the Entrlish lan
guago with a littlo reminder of their
riginal mother toujne. They tall occa
eioually in the puinea langr.Rgv y.-'hen bv
themselves, but niako no effort 3 to teach
it to tbfiv children. Boston Budcret.
"LonB" John Wentworth's Ceply.
"Lonr" John Went worth was once run-
uin'r for office, and heard that his Doliti-
ct.1 opponents v.ciu asserting that, if
elected, he wordd eoou get his band, nto
the city treasury. "May bo, J -vill, and
may e won't, hp sardonically replied
wnen ue ncaru oi me cnarire. 'iiut 1 11
j anc ever poytie ipar tclI yoi4 9ue; .nin pobody else will get
.f It? work will cost you noth- hjs i,ailli 'u; ij oa ihchist'ew
orsaleby Q. Smith Co., Vft?k Trbin.'
Joe the Gne Price Clothier, is death on
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck's.
Clothing must go, Men's business fruits
at jsi.t-w. tsison, tne une mce Clothier
gome Qmeer .Sermon Titles.
The Christian at Work prints a list of
sensational topics announced by American
preachers, and says they compare favcra-
oiy witn aimo novel titles, tlofa are a
few of the ser7-r.n litinjiir "Bovcottinff
thi Dead.?. Great Oil." "Straiirht
from the Shouldur." -'Hell, and thePeoola
Who Are Goinc There." "Taken bv th
Throat,M "Use Your Eyes." "Off Goes the
'omes the M Ken VKrt
A FINE LEATHER CLUB SATCHEL I
The Jar will be filled and sealed nn Lv two rpRimnsibU mri;c
November is , and counted dy three responsible parties at a
1 ubhc Hall, on Januory 1st, 1889, in riattsmouth. If a '
lady should be the first nearest guesser she will receive
A Twentv - Dollar Trunk
j . . I M I I ITil
The Second .Nearest
iaae Silir Iv-vn.ffLer I
Ihe Third Nearest
A FINE SILK HANDKERCHIEF
g your guesses'witb name in a sealed envelope. One
for large hand bills giving you a program before in
fill the Jar and count the Beans, 'ihe Program will
be very interesting.
3T n IE31
The One-Price Clothing Hussler
And Leader of Low Prices.
S. F. THOMAS.
Attorne---at-L:iw and Notury Public.
Fiizgera'd BlocK. riattsmouth. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney-at-Law. Will give prompt attention
to all business intrusted to him. Ofiiiw In
Union Block, East side. Plattftmoutb, Xeti.
BARBEK SHOP AND P,TH ROOM.
Hot nnd Cold P'.a:it all hours. Ladies' and
Children V, flair Cutting a specialty. Cor. 5th
and Mum. under Carrutl.'.
J. P. YOUNG.
Bookseller, Stationer, and Nevja Uraler ; Fancy
Goods, Toys, Confection??, Fine :iL'ars. Soda !
v. ...... .i . . Afili. . t; .. . i . . .
Musi ;tl Iiit-ruments.
SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION
ANll VOL'AL CULTURE.
Special care lafceu. in cultivating lung
power, removing voice from throat.
CLE0NE B. DANIELS,
Of Oma'ia, formerly of Washington,
D. C. Terms, reduced, per lesson, AOcts,
Address IJox '2. J'lattsmouth P. O.
u L. GOLDING.
Cloth'-'a-. Fu'-niNliinir Goods. Go to the n'd re
liable house tor HtS. Car. 1'nibrella.s. Trunks.
Boi-tP, Shoes, Mnin street, next Case Co, Hank.
Dea'er in Wall Paper, Paints. Oil.' Art Mater-
iiis, dinars Koekwood Block.
nn a t wmtPRs
The Pamlesi Denti't.s." Teeth' eYtrnr.tod
without I he least tiain or harm. A r ifl.. I r-h
inserted immediatelv aftr estTtiiifr n-.ural
ones when desirud. "Gold aud'all other Fillings
trictly fri ckt.. Oince in Union BIoch.
FOR SALE TO FECDKKS 'l
Steers and Heifers,
One. Two and Three years olil, near Kiowa.
Kaiis;ts : suitable lor Feedij or i'oiiKhinj;.
-A-lo Stools. Cattle.
Will pell on time to parties nuking first -rlaa
pan r : iiiidrct-'. ;
If. H. Glil.MKS. K! M. Knr..,cr
W. I. (.1IIMI S. Kani-at'ity.
w CHRIS WOHLKABTH.
Staple and Pimcv G'tvees. Gl.i.xsw.irn and
Crockery, Flut.ri!id Feed.
ENTS FURNISHING OOODS.
J. H. I INN'EI.LY.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hatter. The most
complete and finest stock in the city. Carr";
The Boss Tailor
MiUu St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the best and rnwt coiuplt K0ck
of samples, both foreign and. domestic
woolens that ever came wc-f.. tf MiwMuri
river. Note these prices; TiusineM suits
from $1(1 to $35, d.-es juits, $25 to $45
pants $4, $5, fft, $e.50 and upward.
Price Defv Competition.
WSt- 1 1 T7LS
V LKH.NHf4 SmKNNICHSIEJ
Groeatlc., iVUvu.onn, Glassware jjrc
lassware 1 crockery.
Gold and silver watches enough to "r UP comes the jiu. -Kw Yffrk
mm - 7 .
cheap and warranted to give a'iiacioD." )
Elson the One Price is seirinsr Chi rrh li
as Overcoats, aver polhandff a
The standard remedv for liver com
plaint is West's Liver PUl; they never
disappoint vou. SO pills 25c At War
rick's drug store.
No so railed V redoc. d price V at Joe.s
but honest poods at 'lowest low prices
Ci ccistibii wont dare teet. " -
Slkts In Northern Scotland
A clergyman recently returiied from a
vacation spent' a th "north of Scotland
eaya (hk nights tire so short there that
there is hardly two hours of darkness. At
Inverness he was able to read at 1
o'clock at night without the aid of arllti
cial light. Chicago Uera '
I)rroier for Sou(J Amerce.
Patagonia anl Argentina are gaining
large accessions of farmers by immigra
tion. It is said a person ma'v become a
citizen on his landing there, and he can
get htsd for uothJjvi. Pon, JfrdM- ' I
w ci kpitpitp
Successor to O. M. Straight, llarui, Saddlerj
Goods. Net. Robes, Jiui-t&r, aud all horse fur
Hardware. Ptoven. TtnwHre. Table and Pocket
CAj.'.iery. tt-uor-, ete. Household SScwins Ma
ch.nv ..nd .lewel Gasoline ftoven. Tinw.irk
ofarlklnd don at reasonable prices, Main
street. Bockwood Block.
,r Cf. SAitTH,
Merchant Tajr. Alai ktek.'over Merge-.
sboa iwa. Competa sieck of samples. Fit
miisTntreii. iSma defy competition.
M RS. J. F. JOHNSON,
A Complete Line of the Latent of Mil
linery and Trimmings : aUo Ontldren's and Ia
lauls' bouus s. to Ue closed out at eoet. '
TUe tiocst bedroom sets can be f oond
J. II. EMMONS, M. D.
Physician I Surgeon
Ofn.se over Wecott's tore. m street
ltThkiene In Ir. Kehildknecht's proierty".
hronic Disea-ww and Oisenses of Women and
Children a specialty. Ottce hours, 9 to 11 a.m.
8 to a and 7 to p. in.
B. A M. Time Table.
No, 2.-4 as p. m.
No. 4. la : a. rrr.
N. 7 :I3 p. m.
No. 10.--9 :13 a. n.
No, i.tn :ioa.m.
"-, s. a :4o p, m.
No. ft. 6 :47 a. nu
No. 7.-7 -3 p. io.
No.. 6 :17 p. 111.
zo. 11 u a. 1. .
AH trains run daily by wavof Omaha, except
Nm 7 and 8 which run to and from tchujler
dally except Sunday.
No. 3n Is a stub to Pacific Junction at a Mm
ao. l is a sia iroia raoac J uacuoa at ill
1 ' s
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