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1VLATTS3IOUTII, NEBKASKA, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11), 1SSS.
K. M. Kit II ICY
W K Fox
Jam Kit Pattkbhon, jk.
I'.ilict J t
Coum-lliiieii, iHt ward,
- A Mauui.k
V II Mai.ick
J V WKCKHACII
I A SAl.lnllUUV
. ) U M J'WKS
I IMi. A SlIlfMAN
, I M it Mt'lCfllY
J S W 11UTTON
1 Ml Cai-i.k.v. I'RES
I J W JOHNH N,
Hoard Tub. Workup Khkii Hokukk
i I II llAWKsWi
J V JOHN N,CllAIKMAN
C GOLTjTiLlY OKFiGKliS.
liepmy treasurer, -
Kcoror of Deed
Clrk of Dituct Court,
Hupt. of I'ub. School.
County J ui:e.
1. A. CAMI'HK
Kiitu t urrciiUK.i.a
W. II. l'ooi.
JOH N M. I.KVIIA
W. C. SHOWAL.TKK
J. C. KlKK.N IIAKV
ItOAUD OK H0PKHVI8OUS,
a it xri.i I'lrm - - riattsinouth.
Ir m Kol.r.. - I Weeplni? Water
A. It. 1)1 -KSO.V. - fcilllWOOU
(IASS l.ODiiK No. U. 1 O. O. K.-Meet
Wry Tuesday evening of each week. All
trimient brothers are reepectlully invited to
In.vrr.M'Wrii knca.mpment No. 3.1.0
it V.. meei- every alternate Friday in
each month in the M.ioiiic Hall. Visiting
J'.rott-.er are invited to atleutl.
M1KIO Loin;!! NO. HI. A. ). U. W. MeeU
1 ..-rv ilre-n.it i Krldav evening at K. of I
h ill. Trau-iie it brother are respectfully iu
v it 1 1 itteuil. K.J Miriftn. M. inter Workman ;
K !. Ilr.iwu. Koremau : . It. teiustttr. liver
eer ; K. A. Taite. Kmaiieler : . K. Ilouxe
worth. ICeeorder; M. Ma) bright. Ker-eiver;
I. H South, i'ant M. W. : 1. N. Bowen, Guide ;
1". J. Ktinz. Inside Watch.
IASH CAMP X(. XK, MOI1KU.N WOODMKN
l of America Meets second anil fourth Mon
day eveniu:' at Iv. of I. hall. All transient
uexted to meet with u. I.. A.
Nawco iier. Ve.M;ralde Consul : 'i. K, Nile.
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. Wilde, Hanker ; W. A
IM.ATrSMOUTII I.OIMSE NO. 8, K.O. V. XV.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood hall at H oVIock. All transient broth
er are respectfully luvited to attend. I.. H.
Larson, M. V. ; F. Hovd. Foreman : S. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
DI.ATrSMOL'TII I.ODdRNO. C. A. V. &
Meets on the first and third Mondays of
each month f.t their hull. All transient broth
er are cordially in iled to m-et with us.
J. O. UlCtlKV, W
Wit. Mats. Secrelary.
i.-:. if Kir A IMHITKK. NO- .1. It. A. M
I fonrtli Tuesday of each
month at Ma..uV Hall. Traiiscuut brothers
are luvited to meet with us.
F. E. Whitk, II. P
W. I' vh. Secretary.
-fT. zur COMMAMIAUV. NO. 5. K. I.
i'J-MeeU flrst and third Wudnenday iihjht of
each month at M iso is hall. Visiting brothers
are cordially luvited to meet with us.
Wit. Hays. Kec. F. E. White, E. C.
ttASSCoUNCIt.NO. 10-21. KOYAL KCANUM
meet" the necond and fourth Mondays of
each mouth at Arcanum Hall.
K. N. (iLK.v, Kegent.
Y, C. Mi nob. Secretat-y.
PL ATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
I'resldent ...Kobt. B Windham
1st Vice Presideut A. B. Todd
2nd Vice President Win Neville
Secretary F. Herrmanu
Treasurer V. K. tiutlnuan
J. C. Kichev. F. E. White. .1. C. Patterson,
J. A. Conner, H. Elson, C. W. Sherman, F. lior
der, J. V. Weckbach.
McCONIHIE POST 43 G. A. R.
J. W. Johvov .., ...,-ommander.
G.S. TwisH Senior Vice
F. a. Bat its Junior "
t!r.o. Nii.ks Adjutant.
HjEnhv Stkkhiiit Q. M.
M ai.oN Dixon Olhcerof the Lay.
Ciiabi.ks Foko " tiuard
AXDKK50N Fky Sergt Major.
.Iaoibi;ohb.kmax.. ..Quarter Master Sergt.
L. C. CuitTi Post Chaplaiu
Meetiu Saturday eveniu
Thoroughly cleanse tho blood
fountain of h
IKTIIimi IUO UUFVUJ, WUIVU .D
ealth. bv using Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery, and good digestion. 4
fair skin, buoyant eoirits. and bodily healtli
tod vigor win De maiuuucu.
Golden Medical Discovery cures all humor.
from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption
to the worst Scrofula, or blood-poison. Es
pecially has It proven Its efficacy In curing
Salt -rheum or Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas,
Fever -sores. II in -Joint Disease. Scrofulous
Sores and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, Goi
tre or Thick: Keck, and Eating Sores or
lion V which is Scrofula of 'the Lung.), by fa
Golden Medical Discovery cures toniump
wonderful Uood - Durif vlnir. lnviirorafioa;.
ana nuiriUTS proprn.itv, ix ikcu iu uuu.
Vor Wenlc Lunfra. Spitting of Blood. Short
aeM of Breath. Catarrh in the Head. Broa
ch itia, Severe Coug-ha. Asthma, and kindred
affection. It U a aovereign remedy. If
oromptly cure the aevereat Coughs. '
' . . . I . . I m t f
Of X OrilU Utcr, uuiuUBiireoi v . v ,
tomplainV' Dj-npepsia. and indigeation, it la
an unequaled remedy. Sold by druggists.
.Price f l.uo, or six bottles for $60.
AlSUf-ACTCIJEn OF AKR
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
1EALE11 IN TUB
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
including our :
Flor do Pepperbergo and 'Bude
TOliACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always In stock. Nov. 26. 1885.
Suerwin & Williams mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fricke & Co's. drag
gtorc 8 tf.
Trouble in Chickasaw Nation.
St Louin, Noy. 10. Private advices
from Tisliouii nyo, the capital of the
Chickasaw nation, were in effect that a
conflict hetween the followers of Guy
and IJyrd is inevitable. In a personal en
counter between two of the hclliierentH,
a Byrd follower was killed, and his
friends desire revenge.
Whisky Claims Another Victim.
Milwaukee, Nov. 1!). A Merrillion,
Wis., special gives the particulars of the
finding of C. E. Lucas' body five miles
eaut of there near some logging cabins,
lie was the town clerk of Spaulding and
left for that place on the night after elec
tion. It is believed that he went on a
spree and died iu a tit of delerium tre
mens. Eerthquakes In California.
San Francisco, Nov. 19. A shock of
earthquake, that was sharp enough to
cause many people in hotels and private
houses to run out into the street, was
felt here yesterday afternoon. The di
rection was northwest to southeast, and
the duration ten seconds. Telegrams
say the shock was felt throughout all
An important Arrest.
Charleston, W. Va Nov 19 Alex
ander Messer, one of the noted Hatfield
murderers, was arrested ami taken to
police heudquartes Saturday nit;ht by
detective Gibson, of Eureka. Messnea
is one of the gng who took the three
McCoy boys out of jail in August 1882
tied them to trees and shot them to death.
lie left the country and was lost sight of
until ab-mt two weeks ago. Detectives
Gihsf n and Cunningham arrested Ellison
Ifnttii'Ll anAtliAt nwiiiliri nf llio
. , ... .,v . ... V..V. a"
thout that time, and he made a confes
sion, implicating Messer and several
others. Until then the names of all
who were implicated in the murder of
the three McCovs had been kept a pro
found secret. Detectives at once took
up Messer'a trail and on Wednesday ran
him down on Ugly creek, Lincoln connty
where they arrested him. Messer is
about fifty-two years old and his wife
and six children are living in Lincoln
county. lie was at one time deputy
sheriff of Perry county, Kentucky, and
was very prominent in the Hrethete
county, Kentucky, trouble several years
aero. lie is said to have killed several
men there. He has killed twenty-seven
men since the war.
Sates aXade of Pasteboard.
' 'You'd bo surprised," says a New
York safe manufacturer, ''at tho num-
York, and they're made so well that
any ordinary person would bo de
ceived. They have a business like ap-
fearance and give an office a thrifty
ook. all for 85 or 16, whereas tho real
article would cost something1 like $100.
A pemarid for Soap.
The Chinese are making such large
demands upoq soap that in time they
may rank among tno cleai nations.
The importation of foreign (soap has
increased 133 per cent, in five years
and 860 per cent, moro is wanted now
than was sought after ten years ago.
lie Was m Terror.
A little Boston girl, after repeating
tho Lord's Prayer before retiring for
the night, prayed for her father,
mother, brothers, sisters and cousins.
After repeating; the name of the last
cousin, she continued: "Isn't he a
monster at the cookies 1" Boston Trav
eler. CIvc-rine for dce Tpol.
Carpenters and other tool users who
keep up with the times are now usinp
a mixture of glvcerinc instead of oil
for skarieniiig their edged tools. Oil,
as is well known, thickens and smears
the stone. The glycerine mtvv bo mixed
! with spirits in greater or less propor-
j : i: . i i i a i.i
eueu are line or coarse, i) or tne aver-
,1 , 1
iiTfl lilnflo Iwn vii"tof rrlTrtin tnntio
o? spirits will sulhce. Chicago News.
Methid pf Popyinj flint.
It is stated that printed matter ccz t
copied on any paper of an absorbent na
ture by dampening the surface with a
weak solution of acetate of iron and
pressing in an ordinary copying press.
Old writing may -also be copied on un
sized paper, if wet with a week solution
of sulphate pf iron mixed with a simple
solution pf sugar, syrup.1 Casseli'B 'Maga
zine!" ' - 1' "' " ' ' "
vn f ngeoipos InTentlon.
An ingenious inventor has devised a
new screw half nail and half screw; two
blows of the hammer, two turns of the
screwdriver, and it is in. Its holding
power in .white pine ip said ' to be 330
pounds, against 21)8 pounds, the holding
power of tho present screw. Jfew York
Sun, " 'J-r
XThy Don't Wet
TThy ilon't wo cometimes see or fear
that we may bo wropsf now! " Yesterday
we know that wo were wrong, to-morrow
we may bo wrpng; but now, this time,
wo certain! j inus$ "be right.' "Bar
Vanity makes sua bxavp beforo witnesses
RIGHT AND WRONG.
Alas! how easily things go wrong;
A KiKb too much or a khM too Iouk,
And there follows a mint and a weeping rsia.
AnJ life U never the same again.
Alas: how hardly totals go right!
Tin hard to wateh ou a summer's night.
For the sigh wiU come and the kixs will stay.
And the summer night is a winter's day.
And yet how easily things go right
If the sigh and k Us of the winter's night
Come d-op from the soul in the stronger ray
That is born in the light of the winter's day I
And tilings can never go badly wrong
If the heart be true and the love be strong:
For the mist, if it conies, and the weeping rain
V Ul be changed by love into sunshine again.
George Slaedoual in Boston Traveller.
Counterfeiters' l-'ute lu China.
Two coptiersmiths out of eninlovmont
in Hankow privately formed a little
company to make Conner cash, and bi-
gaii ineir oiierations lor some reason I y
.U.' .1 1 i i . J
ii. . .
Lueiuug uuwn anuui eigm, fKiunus or mi-
perial copier coins. The band bad made
out little progress in their secret trade,
having only manufactured altogether
some 10,000 coins, equivalent to little
more than id, when they were captured,
tried and condemned. According to the
report, tho ringleader was sentenced to
immediate decapitation tor melting down
coin of the realm; the next, who had as
sisted in the work of coining, was sen
tenced to decapitation after imprison
ment; while two others, who had pol
ished the spurious coins, and the
last, who acted as bookkeejxir, were
ireateu not as principals, but as accesso
ries, liable to transportation to Turkes
tan and employment as slaves to the
troops there a fate lielieved to be worse
than immediate decapitation. Some
other men, wlio seem to have had noth
mg to do with the coininj? itself, but
acted as domestic servants to the princi-
pais, receiveu sentences or tnree years'
baniriliment and a hundred blows each.
Lot Ills Head in Dreamland.
A prominent Worcester business man
passed throuch an exierience in dream
land a few nights ago that is puzzling the
local psychologists, and will add inter
esting data for the society for psychical
research. He had an idea he ouerht to
shave and proceeded to do so. Just be-
fore ho began work it occurred to him
that it would be tho easiest thing in the
world to take off his head, and, placing
it on tne tame, facilitate matters. It
seemed in the dream that this was allow
able for a certain number of minutes
without endangering life. So he hung
up ms watcn to count tne minutes.
The operation continued till some
errand called the man across the room,
and he returned to find his head was
missing. Jio looked at the watch and "iey re down v.ith lung fever or con
found the time was near when he must sumption, when thev can be so easily re
have his head in its proper place if he licved lv Hwifj' ri ivtimv rvwrir
cared to keep & Then ho Jost his head"
wuvb nnii nicnnii ti-'mtimiiTf
about the room, looking In every avail
able place. Just as the minute hand was
about to cross the fatal point the Wor
cester man woke up, felt for his head,
and was relieved to find it there.
Beating; the Weighing; Maiilifue.
One of these machines is stationed at
a certam raiiroau station in this state.
The same room contains a newsstand, at
tended by a boy who will tie a string to
a nickel, step on the platform, drop the
nickel In tne machine, and get his
weight. Before stepping off, he calls up
next, tne machine giving their combined
weight. The boy 6teps off, at which the
macnine gives tne correct weight of No.
.nine gives me correct weignt oi sso.
This process is repeated until the
auiliy ui uuujec-is 10 uu weigneu is ex
1 u: i l. . i I
hausted. iSow, before the last partv
steps down, tlie boy, who has held on to
tho string'all this tune, carefully pulls iu
the string and gets his nickel back. I
am of the opinion, when this machine is
examined for cash, there will" be little
found. Indianapolis Cor. Scientific
Religious Shrines in Jui'un.
Tlie Jananeso are not generally consid
ered by Lurojieans a religious people, but
there is scarcelv a house ih'.vhich a KlJf
k nnt-. iut nivrr i.q'ii L-i rt I .-F n 1 f v- lo,.;n. I
on it a Little shrine or a small round mir
ror, emblem of tho sun gordess frcj;:.
whom the rulors of Ja');1.!! sire suppose:1
to bo descended. Tin; sin 1:20 represent,
a temple of Shinto, the ii;ick::t. ti'd nov.
once more the national, religion t i;:j n:.
but in Dudduist houses it is awinpaiiii 1
or even replaced,' by a'BuIdiiist shriric .
with perhaps.' a ' Jigure 'i-'f ' tlitj iuddLa
himself. L'utiscira Jlaaalne.
Rrlglit r.eco of Architecture.
The Albert mcmoii.:l, the i:ioi:iiiucii'
erected in llvdu pari; ly Queen X ictcri':
:nd tho lZnglish peojile to the lucizory o:
the good princo, i one of the brightest,
pieces of architecture Li London. li
fact, it looks as if it uiight have hce-i
picked up in Paris ar.d transplanted t.
its present site, SO Lrigl.t ard Lcautiful i
it and so different t MjytJdng eke i-i tlu
lark mctrpppUs. Vet the "Albert iuena
rial finds' ' nq "favor wi.h lh: is aiw
people of London. Uodi; J
" Iestrojers of tho Init I't.-t.
The para-sites recently imported fro
Australia by the California slati" Loan
of horticulture to destrov the fruit w
known as the white cottony cushic:
scale, survived the loug voyage end i
now thriving pi their liew homo in fc;..
Mateo county. These" parasites, v.-hi: '..
propagate with great rajiidily, di. i..lt
tlie oact or the tor.is pug and luitujv Lil.
it. CUioaSo tlfvuld.
;"i-.lu:iT suits my pneo Deuer tnan
to cee some proud man humble hirnself
ia ray prcstneeo sea bun btcop to
tUiur3 of low degi-ee. Ear" Hmuilu. '
Dry rot in timber is said to ba con
tagious, saw anc pthcr ooi curryiri
It from tho infected wood to 'sound
The main siren 2th ol American
wrought ii-du is 45,900 pounds; Eng
lish, 43,741. "
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not sec any ililVerenee in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible patties at enormous profile,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuatiou and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price f No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction fur put ifying the
blood as HEGG'S HLOOD PUKIFIEIt it
IJLOOD MAKElt, and ever bottle that
does not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. I Smith it Co.,
lont go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but go to Henry Iioeck's fur
niture emporium where vou can uet every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
I 1. .. I l. r..l .1 r
juui uome ncnuiuui mm comiort-
.1.1 1.1 II ... i
ame; aim uoove ail you can get it cnenp
iicmcmncr mat ne who sells most can
If you want anything in the iewelrv
line, go to H. M. G:ult He will s. 11 you
good goods at low pricis und guarantee
thorn as represented.
COUCH.'and COUCH! and COUCH
What in the world is the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
HEGGS' CHEPiliY COUGH SYItUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
1 tits is no advertising scheme, but
actu"l fot. nnl we k""''"'''" it- S.ld
"j y'- ninn .v to., tlruinnsts,
Part, or all of mv house to small f.n.ii.
ly, Cor. (5th and Day streets.
51ns. J. A. Rl'ki.i..
Anew supply of Chinchilla Overcoats.
Beaver Collars and Cuffs just received at
S. & C. Mayers, they are excelent value
and selling at $14. d-tf
Mrs. J. F. Johnson has just received
some handsome hats and bonnet nnd
she will be pleased to show them to anv
of our readers, who will call on her.
Clothing mufct y;o, Mi-n's Husincss Suits
at f 4.C0. Elson. the One Price Clothier
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold." and keep civiii? 'hem
c,,eaP w"d dangerous medicines, until
I SYRUP It has no superior, and few
i . '
- x - - ' a. ' Miuiu
If you want a good clock, so to II. M.
Gault. He has a large assort incut to
pick from at prices that can't hill) hut
Jen'3 Overcoats at Eicon's, the One
Price Clothier $1.1)0,
VOll ha Mi. A good span of matched
ponies for sale, they are a numlnrone
buggy team. Enquire at this olliec. tf
Gold and silver watches enoii"'; t,
supply the country a$ . Onult's,
i.; j . .
cl,eaP n.d wanatea to give satisfaction.
O. P. Smith & ( 'o. are makinor a snec-
ialty of Christmas and tine New Years
cards this season.
liison the One Pi ice is selling Chinchil-
as Overcoats, Beaycr Collars and Cuffs, at
Everything necessarv for furniahinf a
house can be purchased at II. lioeck s.
"u uver spectacles at n. 31.
1 1 ,'4 -11 a 1 . . -mw r
Fur rent A house of three
rooms lor rent, cheap
Eixiuiie at Pearl-
mans fijniitiirc sic.re.
Smith it On., vvili give awav a fine
house and U IU V.'dh'i V pbcti dtuinr
the Ht'Xt si:ty iln-fj. lvich person buying
.l of goods during that time is c i.tiflcd
to a chance on the house and lot.
Watgipaaa 6pera House.
OXK XKJIIT ONLY
Monday Nov. 19th,
flK r.OPLl.An C-tlMKPIANS
In their new and original $jide flitting
Our Irish Visitors
Supported by a company of unususl ex
cellence under the nianarei"e: of
Handsomely IJuivormed Band .
HBV SPECTA LTIS.
Usual Prices75, 50 and 35c.
ReserYed seas are no, on enle at
On November First !
I lie One-P rico-Olo! hier
Ill one of his windows. K ei vbody can uo.-s jim1 jkc1
cent's worth, 'l'lic -nil' u;ssiii tlic nrnrot to liow
Beans the jar contains, by .Ian. 1st, shall receive
SU T OF
Tlie second nearest
A Cle.r Beaver
Ami the Tii
A FINE LEATHER
The Jar will he fill oil
1 1 1 1
oveniher 1st, and counted y
i nniic Hall, on Jannory 1st, lsS!, in Hattsnioiith. If u
laly sliould be the iirst nearest oesser she will receive
A Twenty - Dollar Trunk.
The Second Nearest
Ine SI Ilk: ZMZ-ler
'Hie Tliird Nearest
FINE SILK HANDKERCHIEF
your guesses with name in a sealei
oacli person .
jr ca jjES'
Lookout for lar-e hand liirf giving you a prorani l,et,,ie goino
fill the Jur ind count the Jieans. 'ihe' Prorani wilf
le very interesting.
M. K. THOMAS.
Attot'ii?.it-LHw and Notary I'ublic.
l'ilgeiuIU niock. i'liittsnioiilli. Neb.
A. X. SULLIVAN,
Attomey-at-Law. Will give unt.t At tuition
to ail Ijiifinese iutrud o liim. Oillc- iu
Union Block, si1, l'latt.4iiiouth. Neb.
TiAltilEK SUOi' ANI BXTH KOOM
t EO. MOIILKY.
Hot and Cold IJa; lis at all hours. Ladies' and '
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor, n '
and Main, under CarruthV. I
Cijilr. r-nifliinK (;'iod-i. ; to tlji o!d re
liable U"iiv-x Tor Hats. Caps. t'lulirMaa, Trunks.
Hoi.ts, Shoes. Main st' t-t, we.t t'atO, iSn::k.
O. P. SMI 'II & -CO.
ieutrr In Wall Taper. I'aint. Oil. Art Miiter
lalf. Cigars Kockwood Uioek.
msei-tf.. '.uiuis-VI lately after extractinj: r,a ural !
iw" hen ile:red. liold and all other 1-limits I
st'icilj lut da s. Oilice in I 1:1011 Block
Staple and ai.ey Groceries, ;!.issi
Crytvri'. Flour and Feed.
LKIINHOFF Si SUK-VNICllisKN,
ie-, I'roYikion. ;ia.saru md Ciocke
w. ;. kkcfki:.
Successor to O. M. St reint. Harness, Saddler
(ioods. .Net . Robes. Uu.-ters, and all Uoise fur
, C. v. .-ijia'il
iIerci.t.4Jv,r. Auia' sfrett. over Merges'
-tioe sti..v;. ' Coniile't mfk S e:vutW Vit
Ktiafy,ntt;ed. I'rk-es d,efy coiuitUitu,
To the Stockholders of the Platts- i
muuLii ..iiuuiiivr company. At a. u;oe
ing of the board at diepjQj4Leld on the
Oth of Noveiv,Uei t At, 8 p. ni. at the
f-"t.Vj WAS , qnleiv.l by said board, of
directors that an assessment of S. per
. .....i. f ' i . .
cent ba made on all ucH issue1 and'.
that a spef:;;d uef tip.g of the stooklndd
therefore called or the tf.iy of
ccrnber lJ4sg at 7. at tbe
99nP.ly 4ges oaico. All stockholders
ftT? ?e.,u iccl to atteLd the meeting,
jr. It. GuTBMEJf Fred Goudkh
The fin,es Llttytt. sets can he found
of XT tmal-'o
-T .V. A : vt -
office, - !
-t .. . ' ,
WILL PLACK .
-O IE"1 BEiilT
resiionsildc liartii-K on
tlirt e responsihle parties at u
ope. One gno.s
of Low Prices,
J. H.EMMONS, M. I).
Ofllcft over WpwiiM'h utorp. Mm strei't
lreHiU-ix in Or. sliiidkiiM-lit'.H proixri v.
lirnnlc Di-eafes iiixl l)is;;,s-.s of Women aii.l
Children a specialty. Oiitce Imurc, to 11 a. in.
2 to 5 and 7 to it 51. ui.
Vi I O 1 T.V TH WI.MJMPPU t
yJ 3-.il -I li V Ji.lIiJ liti I
iai,eer3 ana lis.-iers,
Oiift. Two had Three years ld, ie.Hlr Kfows.
Kansas : suitable for I'enlii; ci HuhiiiK.
Will tell on time to i:utie tr .kint; first-claf
i ai- r : it. id re- s :
Tl.y.. (1KIMKS. HU v.h. Ki n., or
v. . it. ;i:i.Mi:.S, Kama l ily, iM.
Plana nnd Grien Tcner
AND I'.hll'AIUf J.
First-class woi k guarm.teed. Alfodcnl-
r in Pianos and ( )i yans. Oflice fit Uocck'g
furniture etore, PlatUmouth, Ni-brahka.
The Boss Tailor
Main St., AM Mre .Slice pii.re.
iaa the host and niont conipKtb ftock
of samples, both foreign and domebtic
woolcim that overcame west of Missouri
rive-.'. Note tliise pricr-F: lJusinc.B mits
from $1(5 to dn-Ks units, 25 to $45,
pants 4, $3, if 0.50 and upwards.
F4?Will guaruMtcccl a 6t
P fi06S DeiV COmnfiflfinn.
K.B. Wisniua, Johh a. Davikm.
Ntiwry rublic. Notary Public'.
Attorneys - at - Law.
Oflice over Hank ct.Vnn Ouuty.
Pr.ATTSMOCTH. - - NEI5KAFKA
B.4.M. Time Table.
Ko- 3 :io a ni.
N. 3.--c :40 p. n.
No. .1 r. :47 a. in.
No. 7.-7 u. in.
No. 9.-6 :17 p. in.
No. 116 ;'.'7 a. in.
CCil.NO KA ST.
No, 2.-4 :a p. iu.
No. 4.-1(1 a. ft.
No.'G. 7 . hi.
No. 10. Si .-43 a. h.
L.A.U trains run daily y-ar of OrnMha. except
No- WUjfttabtoPacIfle Junction at ft .Va.m
muu trout raciuu uuuritou at 111
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