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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBKASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 188S.
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Treav-mr. - 1. A I'AMinitix
Drouir r-orer, - - rim-i. I'ulijm k
Glrk. - - hiri) i icit iirifi.ti
iiutv clerk. - - I.xa hi i run km
Kaoorder ol Heed - - M. poor
Diioutir KfeorJiT - Join l.K u.
Clem of IM'tnct Co art. W. C. sii.iwaltick
!herlu ... J.i'. KlKKNHAKt
Burreyor. - a. Mwi.k
Attorney. ... A 1. 1. FN limv.:
Suet, of Pun Schools. - Mavsiahu Si-ink
County Jmli:e. - C. Ki;imm
I-.OAKU K MCPKKVIHOKit.
A . n. Trtim. L'h'm.. - - lWtt3tnoutli
LoCIS KoLTZ. - WwpiiiK W tter
A. It. 1I KttON. - fciiiiwona
i i ASH I.01X1H No. llti. 1 ). O. F.-Meets
l.wiru IiixI:lv nvniiine of each week. All
transient brothers aro lei-peoUulIy Invited to
LATTMObTII KNX'AMl'.MKNT No. I. O.
O. K.. meet every a'ternato truiay 111
each ruontli lo the Maioulc Hail.
Brothers are Invited to attend.
T1KIO LODtiK NO. Ml.
A. O. V. W. Meets
k-erv ttrerii-ii Frldty evening at K. of F
liV.l. ltnMeit brother aro reiHctfuiiy lu
v itM to Attend ? -f U r"tu. Muster Workman ;
'. P. P.rowu. f"re .inn ; 15. "vemstr. over
or: It. A. Taito. Killdiinicr: . K. IIue
worth. Keoorder; M. MHybr'gJit. Kelver;
l. !; M iilth, ift I. W. ; I. N. Bjweu. Guide ;
Y. .1. Kum. liis'do WiU-U.
fs- ov? no. 3JJ. miki:n woodmen
oi A'lieucd Mi-btj Ht-cijnd ;;id foin tli Mm
1 v evwiilun at K. .f ii iti. A! ltiiMeiit
hrither re reijuf?: i m-ei in. ' I: A.
swto, Vetietudo tim'K'ti ; f!. , Nile,
Worthy a, t'; ii.Jo. :micer ; w, a.
fll.ATTSMOfJri! LDDliK NO H. A. O.
Moet every alternate I"rM.y evt-iiin at
Rocktrood hall nt Ho'cJuCK. All t.r.i iUMii broth
ers aro respectfully lnvitd i atteinl. L. S.
luktson, M. V.', i V. KovJ. Foreman : S. C.
WlMe. Recorder ; l.eoti.ir.l aii lirs..u. Overseer.
Jir.ATivK(;inii LonnKNo.6. a. f a a.m.
'MrtGd th tit and third Mondays of
tacll tnouth ut their hp.lt.- All transient broth
rf. are Cor4UUy 'iJtOT M.
WH- iat. Sefet4fyj
' kBKAHKA OIlTKK. .NO. 5. tt. A.
A.' Meets second and fourth Tuiy of each
month at Miin'f Hall. Traiiftcirut brother
are Inylled to meet with as.
IT. E. Whitk, II. P.
Wn. Iva. Seeretary.
Mr. ZIOI COMMA -n vHY. NO. 5. K. T.
Meet flrt and third Wednendiy nlulit of
r trh-ionth-e M 'liAil. WhUiiik brother
'tre tordiHllylarlt-jd to iMt fh 'u'
Havs:. .ted. F. If: Vhit. K. O.
CAMOOL'XCi . XO Uiil.hOYAL 'UCANUM
iHfct thti necond and fourth Moudavs ot
tv ntoath at Arcanum Hall.
y m -".?:n.v. Kr -ent.
T. C. Minok. Secretary.
Women SutYeroge Defeated.
Montpelikii, Vt.. Nov. 15. la the
The Street Can-. biers of China.
0n never failing- source of amuso-
... f . .i i mcnt was watchintr the street cam-
huiis, of rep, s-nutire. thu morning the Ueps Ym ft ftn ffenorallX
hill ittinin u women the right of. most innocent looking of Cliinamen,
HufTni'e. w i-i l.:feated bv a vote of 192; if one Chinawan can be said to look
ill HQT WV tliirpi-nf fmm nnntlioK
1 1 t I lsOU Ilk - I ll'ull'inra ...'ll.
"H"-oa aji oi.r, a.llvlHLr UJUJllT W1LI1
Cheated The Hangman. wliat looks liko u rather Iaro urn-
Los ANOELK8, Cl.f Not.. 15. Fritz V AJ - 1 S , Wl , " UunKS lo
AnarliU, tin- German who was to have con,er sticks tins tnachino on the
h?'n tX'-cutc.l Friclrtj for the murder of i g-rounil, which in some ingenious
Mr. nd Mr. Hitclic ck in Jauuarj last, : way, hecomr-s a gtimbling- table,
-..i i i . i i i hiui ncu iiiisj o 1 1 i;n i m lKJlj. ill an
com. iiiUi-d tiutci le Inst niht by takin? i : . i ili
" J rt . instant ho is sun-ottiiueu by a crowd
Htryclinin. , and di d shortly aftor mid- j of all ages, and t!i game goes merrily
THE GLOWING COALS.
If They Can Count Them In.
V8iiiNQTON, Nov. 16. Representa
tivi? Th nipoii, s crctarv of the demo
crttic conr -s-iioiitl noimuittee, t'dd a
-Star r orti-r this afternoon that lie
thought th- d: inocrats would certainly
have a in ij rity of one or thtee in the
W.nts Fees Abolished.
Wasaington, Nov. 16. First Auditor
Chcnuwitli in his aunual report to the
accrdt.-iry of t!i:: treasury recommends the
abolition ot' thi systcqi, as applied tp
United St it attorneys, marshals and
clerks, m I tli a loptioa instead of just
and reasounble salaries.
Los AxofcXtcs, Cal.,. Nov. 15. General
Nelson . Mib-s received formal notice
from tit w ir department at Washington
at tv ning, of his transfer to Sin Fran
cisco, to t.ikb coii.tuand of the division
of th P. -ilic, vic j General O. O. Howard
who .-s ir.ist t i uauma command of tl9
An ther Papai Rocript-
Dcbi.in, X iv. 10. -The Irish bishops
have rcc :i v.id anothvr papal rescript. It
ord rs th in to actively execute the for
mer rescript, which instruct? thee: tu do-nouuet-
tint pl;in of campaign and,' "boy
cotting. It also orders them to direct
priests to .ir i.-fi iiinst agiti;tmi, and
tq forbid tii --n to take (jar in b.ojqott-
iag an. I 1 m of campaign movements,
which ti.ey must opposd with all means
in their pow.-r.
PLATTSMOUTH 30!0 OFTR
rreldsnt Hint. H Windham
1-A ice resideot ... . . ' 'A . I"..' iVld
lidVioe rre.iideiU... v in Neviil
Xii:r,ktary , ..." K. llerrniann
Tre&iurer K. K. Uiuhinau
J. C. Ri hev F. E. Whit". .1 C. Tatterson.
J. A. flona-r, B. Kl-oii. C. W. sliermu, F Jor
der, J. V. eckbch.
MoCUNIHIC POST 45 2. A.
J. W. Jcnvso'.
& S. T I s, : ... .
P A. rATi'!...:
A.VDRHKO.V FKY. ..
J.VflOll liOHB' KMAN.
L. C. Ccttris
UeettnK Saturday eronln
..Senior Vice "
i tllCTiif the
..(Juarrer Mas'er Ser-T".
an Incurable case of Catarrh
be Head bythe proprietorsQf
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
Symptoms) of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of nose, discharjres falling- Into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringing' in ears,
deafness, difficulty or clearing- throat, expecto
sation of offensive matter; breath offensive:
eraeU and tafte impaired, and ireneraJ debility.
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in eon
Sumption, and end In the grave. - --
Br Its mild, soothing;, and healing properties,
Pr. Sage's Remedy cures the worst cases. 50c:
55 liver Pills.
bit A Uarmlet.
rAiAonaJedasat.lTer Pill. Smallest.cheap-
Mt, esiuest to take. SJiie Pellet a Dome,
Cure Sick Headache, Hiliona Ileadaeh.
IMzzlneM, Countipation, ludls;eslloii
' istllou Attacks and ail derangements' Ot
Sm stomach aad bowvls. 5 c-U. by dru--ist.
MASCFACTUBER OF AX
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TUB
Choicest Brands of Cigars
Fior da Pepperbergo and 'Bud
rnx lisk or
TOBACCO AND SifOKEBS' ARTICLE.
aiways in rtock. Not. 2. 1 8S-5.
gherwtn & .Will is mt mixed paints, the
best-in the market, at FricLe Si Co's. dru
(tore. 8 tf.
Detroit. Nov. 16. At the morning
session m it;- ucmao;a congress, reports
irom in - vi -o prcsiaents ana various
com mitt s wro made, embracino- the
tnor-d, m in-.(ii ii and edueational Condi
tiou of wm a in si.; geveriil fltates
According H) thfse reports the general
condition of women is advancing stead
ily. Soiu ? comparative statistics on the
qu -stic ii (,ril f i;tior of mt-n and women
were pres. uu-d. hut they were of a frag
mentary character. The report of the
tre t-urer .-hows that all bills have been
paid and th re is a comfortable balance
in tin- hank.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Nellie Reid
Cody, of Iowa, road a paper on organi
zation anions women.
Suddenly a cry of police goes up
and in an instant man and tablo have
mysteriously disappeared and the
crowd has scattered. I believe tholaw
is strict against gambling, but tho po
lice seem about as ellicient to stop and
prevent it as aro the police of ouj
country. I never could get to tinder
stand the game, but it seems to be run
on the good old principle that the odds
should bo in favor of the bank, as the
bank seemed always to win. After
watching tho game for several days, I
came to the conclusion that the person,
who raised the cry of police must be a
confederate, as it was always done
when tie stakes were quite large, that
is, for that game, as only pieces'of
copper were placed on the board, and,
in his anxiety to get away tho man
would not wait to hand back to the
players their money, but would disap-
5car. money, table, and all. Samuel
Farrar in Chicago Journal.
WHAT ON EARTH
is tho re:i.on p, i.ple w.ll not, can not, or
do not ei any i:lTert-nce in cheap nos
tiii'ii j.ut up ly Cheap John houses or
i r-MX'ti-ohle parties at enormous profits,
rjth -r than take a medicine of wcrld
widi rcp.nu itioii and one that is giving
niv.-- I - ts' ct:on at iriual urice? No
:)'-'':.: ; ' Ai-iM is giving such un-or.-il
; ! -"iii.m for purifying the
hired n- !;i:iG S hlood PrniFlfdi &
IJLOOD M All Kit. r.qd ever bottle that
d"cs not '" iis work will cost yoa ni'th
ing. For s .! hy O. P. Smith & Ca
Dr t in Oruaha when you want
to g r ! ix-utiful parlor and led
room s-r.-: t.i unto Hc-nry Boeck's fur
niture --,!ip.i,-:.; i where you can get every
thinir in ri. niture line thaf will go tp
make your i, mm beautiful and comfort
able; and iiove all you can get it cheap.
Rememl'er t!nt he who sells rnos.t can
HOWV CAN PARENTS
allow t!, i h-I'lren to cough and strain
inl rm: --"l f-dinly say: "Oh! it s
only : ! ; id." And keep giving them
cheap ! d-iieroos medicines, until
tluw jo i'"-aii with lunsj fever- or con
sumpn..n. v. i n Miev can Ik? so easily re
lieved v I5KOGS' " CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP? It ha? no superidf, aid few
equals. For s ite by 0'. P. Smith fc ()o ,
If you want anything in the jewelry
line, co to IT. M. Gault He will sell you
good goods t low prices and guarantee
them as represented.
Part, or all of my "Bouse to small fami
ly. Cor. 6th and Diy streets.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH
What in tli- world is the reason yon
will conL'h -"i-l keep cougln'nt; and still
keep trvlno inferior medicines when
BEG OS' THERRY COTjqiI SYRfJP will
poitiv ly n li re yoor pougb at once?
This i n- advertising scheme, but an
actu d fncf. s-cd we rus ranter it. Sold
by O. P. 3.a.;;1i Co., druggists. '
The Detectives of Berlin.
The detectives of 3euin aro the.
n ear6st approach in stolidity to thosoi
of IjOndon. 'Therb is really very little
triine in tho German empire, on ac
count of the extraoi-dinary sc-niences
nai a. impuset) and thQ strict mih
nry. uicipAuie luaii prevail inrougti
ut (lie nnpiro, and which lias its
ighest development in Berlin. On
tins account the most experienced and
capable detectives are tken out of the
criminal service as rapidly as possible,
and promoted to tUt omeiaf '-'department
! ' ' '
Th'eir duties consist solely in watch
ing socialism and CTiarding eminent
Germans from bombs and dynamite.
Bismarck.' for. ! instance," never ravels
yvithout h6 protection of at J,cast jwq
of tbo crack" officers of tho detective
corps, and, when ho takes a ride in the
park, ort even ventures on a short
official visit to one of the departments.
a man precedes and follows liim. The
vigilance is severe and thoxav.gh.. The
emperor, I may remark' in "passing, is
never guarded by detectives, but his
Krsohal staff Uorer about him m a
shion that renders any interference
from Nihilists or. 'rooiali'ti w1i -.! A
- . . t l
wu ueteciives, n cannot, x mime, oc
compared for a moment with that of
the police of Paris or New York. New
York Cor. (51oberpemocra. ' '
Fecwliar Xdea Abont ReUglon.
A student deeply versed in ecclesias
tical matters recently advanced a very
peculiar idea while conversing with a
friend. He said that the established
religion of a country owed its princi
pal doctrines less to faith' than to the
conditions of its climate and surround
ings. He cited the beautiful religion
of the natives of Indirt, who would not
eat anything that had once lived, be
cause, vhilo all could take away life,
only Ouo could ;vive it. He argued
that a religious belief like that could
only have it s origin in an intensely
hot climate liko that of India, where
animal food is not nccorsary to sus
tain life. Anioiw-tbe Inlanders such
a religion could iiever'obiain, because
t wcz tbsoiutoiy i:oct;ssj;ry for the
inhabitants of so liih : l'atitudo tc
utep the v.-a:mtli of the body up tor.
ccrt-in heat. Kothin.? but ciiimal fat
could do thai. -Nev York Bua.
Tue trlowing coal ai-e redly bright.
Aad deecn th wjrt Khades of tii;-iit
Thai lo tha sheltering corners hiile
Their fitful forms. In haste togliJo
From out tho ruby rsys of light.
An! as I look they fade from sight;
Vacuo forms of thought, forgotten quite
Instead seem liorrrinj? bcsiUo
The glirtvinff i-uaU
And dreama of boyish fear and fright.
in I'nncy s colored tines hediIit,
Fti-eiini down the drowsy nieiitel tiJe;
Till fact mid r.m-y lxth untv:id.
And in ono dull, deep flau.o, unito
Tho plowing eoula.
N. a. in Hochester Popt-Erpi-ess.
Tho Locomotive r.nj;ln-cr'8 Anxiety.
The passenger runner's greatest con
cern ia to "make time." Some trains
are scheduled so that the engineman
must keep his engine up to its very
highes efficiency over every furlong
of its journey in order to arrive til
destination on time. A little careless
ness in tiring, in lotting cold water
into tho boiler irregularly, or in slack
ening more than is necessary where
the right to the irr.cU r. ii 'Jv: ':';
few rods: thc.v.- . oi-o of similar
circip.;stanccs may make live minutes'
delay in the arrival at the terminus
and necessitate an embarrassing intcf
view with tl:r train master. A trip
on a crowded line piav' involve v;if(h
ing fo: danger, signal's evcrv c.uni-ifr
of it imlc and tlio loaink-nanco of sucli
lilh pecil that they must be obeyed
tho iiirdaul they are espied in order to
avoid the possibility v' Collision.
The pasoenwr tin i nor finds liusclf
now ann then with n r'-s'.Nvl
November First !
9 f? O n
r .. i . .
in one oi jus windows. hvorvboilv can oiios :im1 ncctl
cent's wortJi. Tin: -mo nesin jJt. ,Kan i.t to Jn.v
Ue-aus the jar contains, by Jan. 1st, shall receive
III. 'II' v
on J:is h:'.!,:-U. c.iul 'two "or three bun
on-o i;asseuue:3 stat-.dii!''- ai-otind .-im.
u:-ently. ready to et him up if he does
not remedy lha diP,',cr.ltv in short
order. Oftcr, n suU cjise-s bo is in
douot bims:i( whether thu iviwirs nec-.-!ss:n-y
ivnuby h engine to proceed
'ytl ot-eujy fifteen minutes or :n Lour.
T!iis, with the knotty question of
where tha nearest u ticl' engine is,
causes l he brow to knit and flic wcat
to start, and to -i.ui g" t tnnei
p: ovc-;s perk nee which he lone
remembers. B. 13. Adams, Jr., iu
Sc ri bner's JIa g; wo.
The second ncai-cst
T!o V, t-;:i.i'.0oy f C-i ruinny.
lhc emperor, durhir the
neuvci-s, b. s htmdiC liia tvooy.i v.'Iih
out the ?lip.liirM extmneous assLi-'nct
thtit f could 60C, aiviiig his ord-rs
quickly and : ha: ply. md, as th-event--proved,
with no ic;:.-o:i to rcc:.'l hi;
woids. I speak only of , iuK ar.;x ar;:
on the out side, ;.i.d cannot sr.y tiiat he
does not inost "ahxionhl v 'e(mc-.ii
e'of strategic. I::iov;iviho tt ihv
A Itapo V:.li:er-s Coolni-ss.
If I mysoif do ot i'scl nervous, I
wn nfiv.id thy many person:; 1 have
carried on my back across the rope
have felt r. trine perturbed, save when
ihey h.nve bceai prorosional tssistiints.
In irality there is uolhir.g in the
world tor them to boi.fiai.i of. All
they have to do is lo s;t jierfec'Jy still,
refrain froni cutc::in. mo too tightly
around :tho nec!: and lor.ve the rest lo
me. V."t)cn I am carrying cny one
over fee tho firt time, I elTrit to lnm
couiun:out:ly on eny indili'ercnt sub
jects I can think about, and try in this
.nanner to relieve his anxiety, and I
always car.tion him e .r-.inst looking
downward v.ficn in vSi'l fdr. "Some
how, though, ho never teems quite
nappy. : ndI always detect a gasp of
relief when tho end of the rope and
tho platform are reached. Mor-j than
onco the victim has devputly ex
claimed, 'Never, again !"'J. B. Bloti
diu in Lippineott's.
eve of his f-hpni V-aUW tV
!cnov.;3 Im in.Vj.ieuio imports
pitjt'..ng an army wttii :.- fect thai
Its chief is a clear thinker, reaching
his conclusions r;v;:dy and applying
them wi'h immr-ii--io f.Trvt .-Ni.n
all the w.rid is rec.on.;r -'1 "evr- y
motion iz a' snir;t vt r.ot alootl--
U..J " ' -i.-? . ' : sfi -
trieiMuy- ciuicisia. 13 u nicciv Jeis
gohifr to fm-iiWi U, uie picture cf :i
norulual '"..cary chief wkooe stepsare
omy tatcen wiiiie leaning on tlie arm
of an cider servant? I otiftney Lige-
iij nj-uiy anil xsavy tjrazeite.
Hie Cat's Quiet Nerves.
Life has always something in reserve
for the cat. She is a mine of resources,
and in consequence she is ever serene
ana liopclul. She can endure all night
exposures, the fatigue of the hunt, the
unevenness of her diet. Eight extra
lives, each one compounded of similar
exposures and fatigues and irregulari
ties, are hers. How do I explain this?
it is an ttue ;a ner attitude toward the
wca-ld, to the composed state of her
nerves, and this to her peculiarly
iiissiui accompnsnxnent, ner purr.
Herein is she strong against tho on
slaughts of time and tho ingenuity of
tho small boy. She drinks, camel Tike,
when fountains oii'er, slips with a
quiet thrust of her claw through grasp
ing fingers, nerved alike for depriva
tion and sudden attack by the quiet
hour purred away by the kitchen tire.
G. O. Shields in Harper's Magazine.
Dissipation of Vital Energy.
riruly did Emerson designate dissi
pation as the greatest evil in life. He
did not mean dissipation in the narrow
and common censo of excess of drink
ing. IIg meant dissipation of all EOrts
the dissipation "of vital energy iri
the pursuit of trivial objects, social
dissipation, waste of time, wasto p
money, waste in fc-eneral. Social" dis
sipation is one cf the most hcrrniul
f onus of dissipation, because it is so
insidious, apparently so innocenL Wo
are commanded to loye oy r neigli"bors
but vve oi-e not commanded a ecdl on
them two pr three times' week. The)
junount of time corisumed in superflu
ous and purposeless Eocial intercourse
in this world is eomcthiug' positively
appalling. New York Commercial
Katural Gas That Kills.
There is a peculiar spring near Ash
land, Ore., the: t emits gas that is sure
death to all animated nature. At one
time it was frequented by tho Indians
as tho greut medicinal depository,
where ell diseases, no matter how com
plicated, were cured. Lizards, snakes
and frogs die almost immediately when
placed in contact with this pecyJiar
gas. There is a apriiijy a . Soda Springs,
1. T., frorn whWri the" water has ceased
toru'nl'biit which emits a stream of
carbonic acid gas, and all about its
oriiico Ho continually the bodies of
birds which have bc-eu killed "by tho
f nines. New York Tcle?2ra:n."
Air from SU-aut llu.li:itors.
Ir speaking of artificial heat The
Slanufucturer and Builder says that it
is a mistake; to suppose that steam heat
is any '-moister" or in any way differ
ent from other kinds. Air warmed by
passing over a steam radiator Vi in no
way dilForcjii from.' that warmed by a
stove'br h6t air fumaco. In fact, the
air is more" likely to be impure, in a
i-ooni hetod byrAhptaiti fiiruacc, from
wnic'n a, yuiivnt'of fresh air is con
stantly Coviiig. Rural New Yorker.
. Marly everylxxly in England writes
with a quill. You find them pat for
public use in ec;y ; rts in banks, in tele
graph offices end postoffiees--in fact,
everywhei-a wliei-g p&opie must write.
If a man prefers to use a pen or a pen
cil he mult carry it with him. The
And the Third Nearest
A FINE LEATHER CLUB SATCHEL
Hfll V . . .
ine jar will be hlled and sealed n,, Ly two resi,onsil,Ie i.aities on
November 1st, and counted dy threo ivejwngil.le .aitie.s at a
J ublic Hall, on Januory 1st, ISSl), in Platr.-nioutJi. If a
lady should be tho litt nearest cuesser -lie will receive
Twenty - Dollar Trunk.
The Second Nearest
ixe Sills: 2-cLfler I
'i he Third Xearost i .X-
FIME SILK HANDKERCHIEF I
your guesses with name in a sealed envelope. One "uees to
each person .
Lookout for large hand bills giving you a prorairi before -oin
hll the Jar and count the L'pfuis. 'ihe IVu-rram wilf
be very interesting.
The One-Price Clothing Hussler
Ami Leader of Low I'rict.
-ii- S. F. THOMAS.
Attorner-.-it-I.aw Notary fublie. Office in
Fitzgerald lilotk. i'lattsiuoiuh, i'.eb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attorney-ar-Law. Will give prompt Attention
to all hufine-s intrusted to him. Ofliee. In
Cnion Block. Kast side. I'lattsmovt h. Neb.
BAKDEK SHOP AN O HATH l!OOM,
Hot and ColI Baths ut all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specially. Cor. r.th
ana iuain. tinner canui .
('lo ll '-g. Fiii-itjKhing (ioods. !o to the oA re
liiibie house for Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Boi'ts, Shues. Main street, ne.xt Cass Co, liank.
O. V. SMIfH & CO,
Dealer? In Wall Paper, Tainto, Oil, Art Ifater
iai, Ciiiiirs &c. HockwoQd lilock.
TlH A . T tVITllPRM
riiO rainless Deoticts." Teetii' extrnele.i
wit hoiit I h'' least iim:ii ,tv Iimtiii A r. in.-iul tcci 1.
inserted iiiiinee.iately after extraetin na;ural 1
'me.-' when ile-i:ed. tiolil and nrher 1. i.iim.i
f n icuy int cia8. othce in Ciuoa liiock.
J.H.EMMONS, M. D.
Physician I Surgeon
Ofhee over Wc-coll'" Rtoic, M:nn street.
Jtef-idenee in Or. Sehildkiiecht's property.
Chronie DieaKe and li-n;ises of Women and
Children a specialty. Cilice, honif, u to II a. 111.
' to 5 Mid 7 to '.1 p. in.
FOR SALE TO FEKDJSKS !
Stsers and Heifers,
One. Tw o and Three years old, pear Kiowa.
Kansas : suitable for Fe dinj; or Houghing.
-A-lso. Stoclx. Cftttlo.
Will t-ell on lime to parties iej Kit j; lirst-clana
I pa!' r : aodre: :
11. i;. ;ki;iks. hi. h. ksh-.. or
V. J5. (;l'.I.MK.S, Khi City, Wo.
Staple and Fancy i;rWiie.i, Glassware and
Crockery F;o.ii ind Foed.
Groceries, I'roviHions. (Jlassware and Cmi.J.
O- 33. KEMPSTER,
PracticBl Piam tu Gra: Tuner
AND ItKI'AIKI 'i.
First-class woi kgUHTfttito'.!. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organ. Office nt Hoeck'a
furniture storo. Wattsmoutb, Nebraska.
W. O K Pi' V' S-B
j SMeeessor to Ct- M. S't'r-ijjht, MaineM, SadJ!er
I Net-, KuUid, Du;id, and all horse fur-
lti;CJJANl TA1IXJR. "
, , C F. SMITH,
Merchant Tai'or, Main Ntrett. 'over Merges
shoe store. Complete stock of samples. 1t
Kiiarauieed. Friees defy couipetitior-
The London, school board proposo to
flrpp the study of Latin and substitute
PfcATSMOVTU, Neb., Nov. 12, WHS.
To the Stockholders of the Platt.
niouth Canning Cuinpany. At a meet
ing of the Ikoard ot directors held on the
9th of November, 1S38, at 8 p. m. at the
factory it was ordered by said board of
directors that an assessment of 2-3 per
Cent be made on all stuck Issued and
that a special meeting of tho stockhold
ers U therefore called on the 15th day of
December 188 at 7:30 p. in. at the
county judges office. All stockholder,
are requested to atteLd the meeting.
F. R. GcTitMEN Fkd, GofiniiH
The finest bedr-ui seta can be found
at H. Boeck's.
. Send your job work to the LTeiiai.d
C. F. SM ITH,
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Merge'' .Shoe Store.
lias the best uid n:o&t ccni).)cfe stock
of samples, both foreign and douit-fetic
woolens that ever came wett of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business nuits
from ?l(j to 35, drees suits, $25 to 45,
.ants 4, $3, G, fG.50 and upwards.
ESfWill guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
R.II. Windham. Johw a. Davifji,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
WllUA5I A UAVII M
AttoraG3?s - at - Law.
Office over Kank ot Cam County.
Plattsmocth. - - Nebraska
a. A M. Time Table.
OOI NO WKT.
No. 1. 5 :lo a. m.
in. 3. :)p, m.
No. :47 a. m.
No. 7.--T -jr r. m.
No. 6 :17 p. in.
No. 11-6 ;27a.ni.
No. 2.-4 ii3 p. m.
No. 4. 10 rso a. m.
No. 7 :13 . in.
No. .10. 0 M a. to.
AU train 1 run daily by wavr.f Omaha, except
No 7 and ji which run to and from fcehuyler
daily except Sunday. .
No. 31 la a stub to Pacific Junction at ft 3oa.nt
vi,onaa9 iraai racloe J unction at 11
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