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PL,ATTSMOUTIf, NEBRASKA, SATUKDAY EVENING, XOVKMIiKK 17, 1888,
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U' A i:MfBriL:
Recorder of leed
li uty liec-Hr
Slerk of iltrlc Coin,
tierllT. - - -Purveyor.
of I'ub School.
KXA I'HI ICHMr.l.l)
W. II. I'.H.
Jo i n M i
W. C. KHOWALTKK
J. C. KlHKMKAKV
A. M AIMILK
MAYNAHO K. INK
BOA KD OF aUI'lCKVlSOKIi
A. B.Todd. Ch'in.. - - I'lattsinouth
Loci V tLtz, - Weeping Water
A. U. Ui -Krto.v. - - - tunwoou
J1ASH UIDCK Mo. M'l. 1 II.
O. K. -Meets
virv Tue!tlav evenlnx of eiwli week. All
tmn1ent brotbers are respectfully Invited to
Vl.ATrMOIJrH ENCAMI'MKXT Ji.I.O
J. If." n.tfcfs tvery alternate Frehir tn
each tnontlt la the Mttnauio H.iil. VJsituig
Hr.ituers are invuea 10 atiena.
'Pttio loix;k no. si. a.
O. U. W. MeeU
erery alr.eriiat f riday erenluK at K. of P.
Hil. frinsieit brothert are rexiiectfullr lu-
tl- 1 1 iUo I K M irC4ii. Master Workman ;
f, P, Brown, foraman : O. B. Keiuster. over
.r: 11. A. Tile. triuaiiultir i U. F. Home-
II. A Amlth. Pa.t M. W. i . S. Bowen, Uulde ;
P. J. Kunz. Inside Watcb.
tlASS CAMP JfO. MODERN WlWDMKN
' of America Meets second and fourtb Moti
1 ay eveninir at K. of P. hall. All trausletit
trorhr &ra reauested to meet witti un. L. A.
Neweoner. VenerAble Cotisiil; . K, Nile.
Worthy Adviser ; 8. O. W llde. Hanker ; W. A
fLATrMOUTH IXIDUB N(. 8. A. O. U. W
'Jfettt bhtf Vilrte Friday evening at
Kcxnwguii ni( so'ciook, hi i.,;tu4ici,t. uiuni
ers are respectfully lnyited to atteud. I a.
Larson, M. W. j t. ljovd. Foreman : H. V.
Wilde, Uecordcr ; Iooij ir l .ndersn.verseer.
1LATrHMUJTH C'HUiK S'i. 0. A. V. A.M.
Meets on tb l!r-t and third Mondays of
each month at ihetr hall. All trausipnt brota
ers are cordially In ited t m-et with ms.
J. O. KlOilKV, W. M.
V'm. Hats. Sscrerarr.
J EH K ASK A
CH A PTE It. Nil. 3. K. A. M
Mests second and fourtil TuesiU of earn
month at Maun Mall Trausci ut bro her
are invited to meet witli us.
E. WiiirK. II. P.
Wat. If ri- Secretary.
If n 2ION M4A IlxUV O 5 .
"Meets Orst and third edH-s l ty ti' it f
fr.seb montU at M t-o 's lull. Vr si .ii j- t i-'f
H.p rdi;My iuvit d tl w-e' wi;li us.
W. Ha, ttac. F. ti. vht
lAS3('.O0Xi:l . H ll. R V I. K - va t
j nect- the iec id :tul f-tiirili Moults (
tacb month at Ar-:a -uni Hall.
it N. LK N. R-tf-lll.
F7 C. Misor. Secretary.
PLATTS MOUTH SOOOFTR OE
Presl lent it i . . i :
1st Vice Preside it ' . ' a
ibd Vioe Preidaut ... ,. Msvntf
MTeret.iry V. iierrmanu
Treaburer P- OutUiuan
J. C. R!"hev. Y. E. Whit-. J C. anersoi .
J. A. Conner, B. EIw, W. -Mierin i , K. !-r-der,
J. V. veckbcb.
MeCONIHlE POST 49 C2. A. R.
J. V. 3
u s. T
Tts4.-... ...... ....sletilur Ice
Qo. KiLta . vij..v.
HiVSr STEHIufJT M
MALvm DllCGX "Illcrrof 111 ;.iy.
Cbarlxs Fosn ti:ird
AiiDtiuov Km-. enrt Maior.
JaoobOohh r.MAX.. ..Quar'er Maa'er sertff.
L. O. Ccktis Pout Cliapl.iin
eetlnc Saturday evenla
Va5 fbr an incurable case of CaurrE ;
Pn, 8A0ES CATARRH Ittr.lDT, ;
bloody and putrid : eytsi weak, ringing- in ears,
milKH.sini.-uii7 wi iirruiK tunnu, rxpnio. , , , ... , , ...
auon of offensive matter: breath offensive: hundred ciitile killed and many crippled,
amell and taste impaireil. and a-eneral debility. , .. , . . . ,
Only lew of these symptoms likely to bepres- tngineer bpencer was fatally injured
SJM.,t,SrtoThelo- to the company will reach
By its mild, soothing-, and Dealing; properties. IP50 000
pr. Sage's Remedy cures the worn eases. -SOc- '
The Original i A Belt Lln Completed.
, .75l)vC09 um ij CniCAOo, Nov. 16. The Elgin, Joliet
- m m m M mm w mavni
tavAslV'Ua SrflfcJl IlkMa
TT-...1I V.IPIII. SmallMl rklaiL.
M Jeutest to take. One Pellet Doe,
. w .m.A mil mmm UaamaWa.
i iiKa3ftiekan4 fUraefanmenU df
if stotnCa a4 bowela,
MANUFACTCnER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor do Pepperbergo and 'Bud
1 rcxi. link or
TOBACCO 4ND SiJOKFRS AP.TCf
fclwara iq stc.ck. Noy. 26. 18S5.
Sherwin & Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fricke & OoV drug
tore. 8 tf.
J5hi Brights Condition.
London. Nov. 17. A built tin was
l"U II T'HiTiHV HttcrilOon Stating tll)it
i ; .. .... i r .
u ,"HinT ru lfa from congestion and
it his t mpi-rature lias become normal.
Sudd only Called From Duty.
New Y..rk, Nov. 17. II. F. Marshall
canhi. r of tlii 8 huhii's savings bank
here. lr kI dead at 2 o'clock yester-
my HiK-riiooii in me diiuk. lie was ;j
Col W nther in the Nothwest.
qt. 1'At'U Jov. 17. A coia wave
a d over thu northwest yesterday and
left tin folio win" records nf t intermit v-
Duluth, -ibove zero; St. Paul, 1C; More-
head, 7; St. Niucenr, Minn., 2; Bismarck,
12; Ft. Cu ter. Mont., 2; Winnipeg, zero.
The Strike Compromised.
Lapatkttk, Ind., Nov. 17.- The brake-
men's strike on the Louisville, New Al
bany &, Chicago railroad was comprom
ised yebicrday. the company agreeing U
pay tlirouoli brakeincn 2 cents a mile and
local brakemen 2 1-10.
Supposed to Have Foundered.
Bombay, Nov. 16. The coasting steam
er Vatarina, which left Cutch, India, for
Bomb ay with 1)00 natives on board, is a
veek qverdiivf. It is supposed she found
ered in the recent cyclope, and that all
hands were lost.
Str mbcko, Neb., Nov. 17. The
wells tti (he waterworks were tested
Thursd iv. and from all appearances, so
far A3 test, d, the supply of water will be
sufficient. The standpipe was completed
yesterday ami all the connections made.
and the work of giving the system a final
test will commence.
The Express Cofflpany Pays.
New Yoi:k. Noy. If. The Adams ex
press company has paid to Treasurer
Hyatt $1.40Q being the amount due
which was lost between New Orleans and
Washington from the shipment of silver,
when shot was substituted for stolen
Wheeler's Qfter Accepted.
Washington, Nov. 17. The Secretary
of the treasury has accepted the offer of
icob Wh -eler to pay f2.000 in coro-
prouii?" t tji uit uqw penqing against
lii ni ail-1 tie- sureties on his bond ss late
IJoiie J St it a- ?.I irstial, for the southern
listrict of Illinois, for the recovery of
illegal fees charged by him.
Declared W.thout Foundation.
Sr. PT hsb uuo, Noy. 17, It is ofH-
iiy I ihp d tliat assertions made by
t.i. If..i.x 2 dung und Post of Berlin,
t!it a redistributi n of troops in western
Ruoi r im -lied an advance, and that the
Russian 'irii-ons on the frontier had
been s!tren..tli ned bv two and in some
cas-s three divisions, arc without foun
Third and Last pay.
Detc.'IT, Nov. 1?. The third andlast
dy ot voin:in'a congress was called to
order yebtentny m rntng and the election
f officers was at once proceadc-d with:
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe was re-elected
ircsidcnt, and twenty-five vice presidents
were el" cu-d from the various states
We -it Through a Bridge.
Elmraij.). Can., Nov. 1 8. A heavily
loaded c.ntc . riiin of cara wpnt through
r this city,
The engine and ten
cars Wcie completely wrecked; one
.TT. t-: cr.rii mi irai liaa lnon f....i.,..l n
J" " J ' m-vu iui uiti ij
opened for business. It forms a belt line
round Chicago at a distance of forty
miles from the city, and crosses every one
a.. ... . . -
01 llie ads termin-ting at this point.
Its purpose is to facilitate through ship-
taents by hauling freight around the city.
and thus n lieve the various railroad
yards of overcrowding incidental to the
hauling of a vast number of cars.
Cleveland as a Railroad President.
Baltimokk. Xov. 17. Several myster
ious conference h Id the last few days
jetwccji"Pfi tiden't PJeyeUnd and Senator
Qorman have kd to the promulgation I gangs" nourish there as they do in New
hero of a rumor that the astute Maryland I York. The Marylebono gang, tho Fitz
uolitician is arrineinz to secure for thij I -"J Place gang, tlie Monkey Parade irane.
prcsitlont a position after bis retirement
from the chief magistracy, this proposi-
tion. it issnid, tHiugthepresidency ofithe
Baltimore & Ohm railroad, Of course
it i riot known yef whether Mr. Cleve
land wou.d accept, but in case he should
it is und-rtixid the matter is so ar
ranged tint the present arrangement
with S-Miui-1 Spe ncer at tfce hed of the
directorate wj'd continue -nntil Jane,
at which tim -Mr. Cleveland wonld be
elected pr-.s5d.Mit of the great system
j built op by John Garrett. :
T He WHEEL Cf THE WORLD.
Tim hH of ihu u-orld turns roiixxl mid rojjid;
Thotk nlioare iiiM-niiost mk.ii may be
Io u in chf dust or uudi-r the ground;
Ttiw king it) chains, thu nerf ti-t free,
Ovi-r llio track in sunshine und rain
It rolls cm, ovir ami over again.
Tho wheel of l lie world moves day and tii.tbt.
Ami its swift rvvoliit ions bibi;.:
Nations from darkuctM into litfl.t.
Wlu-re lf Us of tlio kxx1 time coining ring.
Ovrr tin' plot wlii-ra the palace hliono.
It rolls in tlu dust of tliccruwii mid throno.
Around ttjid rouiid th wlurel turns at:d pocs,
Acd wu po w ith it, now uj, th:n down;
Few win tlit'ri.e tlint many mast lot-e,
Tirt-d ct tlie f.;al, liow laU vumes tlio crown!
1 lie brave, tlio true. .!u iiolil", tlio ju.
Will ucver bo loot in tlio wUii linir dutt.
The footgear of KIiikh.
A curioua museum has just iccn opened
at Dresden. In it are collected a number
of IxxjIs, fcboes and slippers in which em
perors, kins, queens, i.nnces and other
august or famous j ersons huvesomo time
orotner troilden the path through life.
Among them are a pair of Injota worn by
Napoleon I at the battle of Dresden, on
April 27, 1813, and a iair of white 6atin
shoes, embroidered in gold, which the
I same great emperor woro on tho day of
hia coronation; nnother pair of strong
icainer ooots wnicn oeionged to tlio fa
mous French marshal, Murat, afterward
king or the lwo tsicilies; a pair of high
heeled lxxts of Maria Theresa; boots of
tlio philosopher Kent, and many others,
forming a curious assembly.
If the promoters of the museum have
any energy they will not find It difficult
to increase ineir curious collection con
siderably and to make it pne of the
Bights of Presden. ihit they must search
both highways and bvwavs for their
treasures; thus, ror instance, they might
perhnrm obtain an interesting article from
the good nuns at Nazareth. House, Ham-
mersmiin, wno nreserve a largo com-
lorxaoio loonmg supper or the lato pope
unaer a oainty glass caso in one or their
largo rooms. Pall Mall Gazette.
Tbo Re team of China.
A writer in -a Shanghai iournal re
ferring to the beggars of China, says
that large donations are given Jo them
by the people, but these are hi the nature
of an insurance," In the' cities tho beg
gars are organized jntq very powerful
guild, morp powerful by far than, any
organization with which they can have
to contend, for the beggars have nothing
to lose and nothing to tear, in which re
spects they stand clone. Tho shop keep
er who should refuso a donation to a
stalwart beggar, after the latter b.83
waited for a reasonable time afld was be
sought with what lawyers call "due dili
gence, would be liable to invasion from
a horde of famished wretches, who
would render the existence even of a
stolid Chinese a burden, and who would
utterly prevent the transaction c-f any
business until their. continually rising de
mands should "be met. Doth tho shoo
keepers and the beggars uudeitand this
perfectly jvf '". it is for this reason
that tho gifts How in a steadv, if tiny,
nu. ionuon limes.
The Majjnct in Snrgerv.
Mechanics and others employed miron
lactones lrecmeutlv suiter- somo annov
anco and "no little pain from the aeci
cental introduction into tho eyo of par
ticles vi greet, iron iuings, etc. All
persons engaged in work of this kind
bhould carry with them ruagnc-ts, the use
of which rarely fails to remove the forAjTn
occiy. A man in lnvp.'e, i;,.f drove a
piece 01 f;rec inmg into his eveball a few
days ago, 'and a'surseon spent some time
1:1 Mini ciicieavcrr. ro extract it. Ima'lv
ic la-ought a rmverful clfx-ti-v magnet
vj nu ai-.i, iy juraii.. 1 r which the olien
ive partic le: vx.s at " ence 'removed, l!
. . 1 ; 1 1 . " . : , ..
vas over a crxitc r of an inch long. an
13 entire length bad been imbedded in
'1 eyecall. t. hi.mgu rewa.
I'lipvnkhed I.atv breakers.
According U the i:rruro3 ptihlisld
.1 urn!:.) iiiuo 1.00L:, jur.t issued, it:ip-:-cr
: cm thon"h Aroe'vr. ia net the onlv
our.Jry wluru cri:ni::iib sr fre'iucnllv
cnjM? justice. During lbSG-fc7 there
re u I-o:h:c:i 42X31 mclictn-.c-nts iind
niv rJ.t:.)of tho oLcndcra v.cro idacet?
-.:cr r.iTcr.t. Thi3 chowr. t.'u.t r.:cre than
ie-l::ui c::car.CU. it li Imthtr to l.r
tnl that cf there apprehended S.7(
.- (.l.-chnr-rcd 1 r want a videncc
nd LaCi fcr want of 1 roscculicn. rf
'.t the niual r lit Id to br.il or con:
it ted v.-jin reduced to lS,t'C9. Cf thetv
;ti;i. cnly a!ut 10.-!CU. cr 1 per cent.
ere convicted, or lei-s than one-fourth
f the i.uiuUr cf crimes conmsitted.
rw York Tt lograni.
Hint to I In. CViisns Taker.
1 have one suggestion to mate: thvt
ur nation:.! govt ri-mcnt, when it taker
ie i:c2:t 1 eneral cent us, melvtdo m i"
ati.;th-3 information about all the pco
U' in the United Kiates tbovo W. ih
ind of information to Le determiucti
forehand Ly the mort tininent r.-hyn-
and scientific men r.encrallv i
;ii coiuitry or ia the vvcrld. 1 telievt
nat Kuch i::foi-mation wpuIJ be of p.011
ilue to the world, after having lc( 1
rojjerly di.-ested, than all tho fact
:xut the irianufacturc of cottcM cloth
io raismg of tobacco, the nroduction vl
.hisky. etc., that could be collected in t
vntury. 1'or do v.e not all desiro to liv
ng? -Clement M. Hammond ia Porulai
Th 'tiss" of Lomlcn.
Tlie London police records fIiow that
tho Clack gang, the Newcut gang, the
Grnte 3 Pinc? -f
Ga2? .J0 V he JoJ1
two, aro some "of ' the most imrortant.
each one having its own stamping ground.
The Monkey Parade gang infesii White-
chaDeL Xew" York Sun. .-
ripes 19c Natural Gas,
The discovery and utilization cf natura!
72a Irave proved a powerful stimulus to
vae manufacture or iroz -ioesand iubps in
this country. There ere now 2,300 miles
ur mains in tb.3 United States for con
veying natural gsxs. Chicago Herald,
WHAT ON EARTH
is tiiu reason peopic; will nut, t an n;;t, or
do not sec any tliUVrcnce in clu:a nos
trums put up by Clien Jolin lioust-s or
irrtsiionsible puities at t norinous profits-.
i rather than take a medicine of wotld
wide repudiation and one that is jivin
universal satisfaction at (fjual pi ice.' No
medicine in tlie world is ojvinu; such un
paralielcd satiKfaction for puiifyitio tlie
blood as lii-xurs HLoon puuiViki: &
IJLOOI) JIAKEK, and ever bottle that
dffl not do its work will cost j'oti noth
icj,'. For sale by O. P. .Smith Jc Co..
Dont go to Omaha when you want
to get your bcrititifnl parlor and bed
room sets but go to Henry Hocfk's fur
niture emporium w here you can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful and comfort
able; and above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
HOW CAN PARENTS
auow ineir cin"!-t r.t ct.i.iii and strain
i t i ii i, . . . . .. .
ami cougn ami caitniy say: "jli! it is
only a little cold." and keep giving 'hem
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re
lieved by B EGGS' CHERRY COTJUH
SYRUP? It has no superior, and few
equals. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co ,
If you want anything in the jewelry
line, go to H. M. Gault. lie will sell you
good goods at low priced and guarantee
them as represented,
Part, or all of my house to small fami
ly, Cor. Cth and Day streets.
tf Mils. J. A. Bcei.i..
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH
v hat m the world is the reason vou
will cough and keen coughing Und 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. Smith & Co., druggists.
Anew supply of Chinohiila Overcor.ts.
Beaver Collars and CuT2 -;-5; ..eceived at
S. & C. M;je;-j. Vuey are exec-lent Value
ana selling at $14. d-tf
Mrs. J. F. Johnson has iiifc received
some handsome hah; nnd bonnets, and
she will Ue pleased to show them to any
ui our reapers, wnp wui cull on her.
dothlnif ii,ut go, Men's Busin-ss Suits
at i.0U Klson, the One Price Clothier
If yon want a good clock, no to 1 1.
Gault. He has a larire !i?svt..icut
pick from at prices fta mnt help b
.Men j ovemmts at
Price Clothier 1.J0.
K 1 f .
Elson's, the One
for sale. A good span of u..i iied
ponies for sale, they are - nnnib.rone
buggy team. F.n'itre at this utliee. tf
Gold and silver watchos enough to
supply the country at 1. M. (Tiult's,
cheap and v.-airunted togive satisfaction.
O. P. Smith & (,V. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and line New Years
eards this senscn.
Elson the One Pi ice is selling Chinclsil
as Overcoats, Beayer Collars and Co it, at
Evtryihlng necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at H. Boeck's.
Gold and silver spectacles at
For rcnt-r A house of three good
rooms for rent, cheap. Enquire tit Pearl
mans furniture store. tf
Smith A Co. wilt give away a fine
house and lot in Vnlb-ry place during
the next sixty days. Each person buying
$5 of goods during thut time is entitled
to a chance on the house and lot.
Waterman Cpera House.
ONE NIOUT ONLV
Monday Nov. 19th
THE POPULAH COMFDTX
Wi U R RAY
In their new and original Side Splitting
Our Irish Visitors
Supported by a company of nususl ex
cellence unde- tVe maaagement of
T. 3E. HILL
Handsomely Univorrncd. Rnd and
Usual Prices 75, 50 and 35c.
Reserved seas nee noy on sale at
. jr P. Young's.
November First !
T-IK OIF" IBIE..nsJ'S
In one of his windows. Kwrjlmily can
cent's worth. Tho one tiessin tin;
Beans the jar contain?, lv .Ian.
The second nearest
Clear Beaver Hat !
And the Third Nearest
A FINE LEATHER CLUB SATCHEL I
The Jar will he filled and sealed up l y two responsible parties on
Tsovenilier 1st. and conn t-pd 1 v
1 ublic Hall, on Januory 1st, S8l, in riattsinonth. If a
lady should he tlie first nearest gueseer she will receive.
A Twenty - Dollar Trunk.
The Second Xeftrest
A -FINE SILK
ifring your guesses with name in
JJ O ffi-
Lookout for lai-o;e hand MiLs ;ivii;o; y'ii
till tho Jar ami count tiie lJe'an.?
A nd I.r-adcr
S. F. THOMAS.
Attorner-at-Law and Notary Public. Office in
FitzgeraSd liloek. rialtt nuuit li. Neb.
A. X. SI' I.T.I VAN,
Attorney-at-Law. Will give prompt Attentiou
to all business intrusted to liim. Ofliee in
Union Block, East side. I'lattsnioutli. Neb.
BAK11EK SHOP AND r.ATil KOOM.
Hot and Coji Tu'tisat all hours. Ladies' and
Cluldrens Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. 5th
and Stain, under CarruttiV.
v I.. OOLDIN'O.
Cloth'i'g. rumixlihiK (oods ; to the old re
liable house for tiats, t'ai.s. I' tnbn-llas, Trunks.
BO"tc, Shoes. Main street, next Cassi'o, Ia:ik.
O. P. SMI f H & CO.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Paint. Oil. Art Mater
ials, Cigars & Kockwuod lllock.
DR. A. T. WITH EltS.
"The Painless Deutbls." Teeth extracted
witllOlltlll. Im1 Itutn fir liurin A r. i fii.i'il t ..ct li
j iiis.-rttwl iinniediately aft-r itraeliiij; na ural
I nie!" when dwired. OoM anTall other l-iiiiii-'s
'ficdy first ela s. Olliee in L'nioii lilock.
Staple and Fancy fJrocer'es, Ulassware
Crockeiy, Flouraud Feed.
Orocejjcs, Provisions, iilassware nd Crockery.
W. G. KEEFF.R,
Successor to O M. StrHgiit. Hajiiets. Saddlerj
t;oods. Net j. Robes. Dusters, and all horse fur
Merchant Tai'or. Ma 'v. s-creet. over Merges'
shoe store. C'oinpn-te tock of sample. Fit
guarautuet), rriees defy competition.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Nov, 13, I88S.
To the Stockholders of the Platts
mouth Canniryj Company. At a meet
ing cf h- board of lirectorsheld on the
9th of November, 1833, at 8 p. m. at tho
factory it was ordered by said board of
directors that an assessment of 25 per
c-nt Ik; mido n 11 stock issued and
that a special meeting of the stockhold
ers is therefore, called on the 15th day of
uecemoer at 7:S0 o. m. at tho
county judges office. All stockhcldtrs
are reqursted to atteid the meeting.
F R. GUTHMEX Pi,feD GORDEK
- i n
Tiie finest bedmom sets can be fttid
at H. Boeck's.
Send your io.k, wc;k Ao the Heuvld
mic-s ;im1 reed
licariht to how
1st, shall receive
tliwin ..o,...., :i.i ..
a pealed on vt lore,
J. H. EMMONS, 31. 1.
OflU-e over WecotV store. Vain street.
lieldenee in Or. Seliildkiieebt's property,
fln-ouic DiseaseH and Uiseases of Women and
Children a specialty. Olllee iiourf, U to 11 a. In.
2 to 5 and 7 to a p. in.
FOR SALK TO FEEDERS !
Stsers and Heifers,
One. Two and Three yeais old. near Kiowa,
Kansas : suitable for Feeding or Roughing.
Will fell on lime to ;inl( s ins king tifst-ch'o
- p:u' r : artilnx. :
K. V. ;l;lMES. K!. wa. V.,rr
Vt'. li. (iKIMhS, Ka:ia City, to.
O. 13. KEMPSTER,
Practical Pieni r.u Onau rnner
AM) JtKI'AIUI It.
Fiitst-clafs v(ikguarHiifeid. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office t.t Boeck's
furniture fetore, Plattsmouth, Nebraska
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor
Maiu St., Over Merges' Shoe. 5-ii.ie.
Has the best and mott ccmpli tt? stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came vi-it of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business aits
from $10 to f:25, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants ?4, ?o, !f, G.oO and upwards.
t'Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition,
R.D. Windham, John a. Davif.,
Notary rublic. Xotary PuLlic.
WIVOIIAM a uavii:m,
attorn ays - at - Law.
Office over Car.k i f Ca County.
ruTYSMOUTH. - - Nebraska
B.& WI. Time Table.
No. 1. s :io a. m.
N". 6 :p. n.
No, S :47 a. III.
No. 7.--T :.T i. tn.
No. 9 6 :I7 p. in.
Xo. 11 6:27 a.m.
No. 2 4 -J3 p. ui.
No. 4. 10 :.to a. tn.
N'o.Jfl. 7 :13 p. .
Xu. 10. 9 :45 a. Hi,
AU trains run dally by wavof OFtnha. except
Xos 7 and s which run to and from Schuyler
daily c-xeept Sunday. .
No. 30 Is a nub to Pacific .function at 3ra.m
No. 19 U a stub from Paeifle Jiiuruou at Ita.w.
U LOW J'lic-Or".
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