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lLATTS3IOUTH, NKBUASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMI5EK 21, 1888.
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Council men, 1st ward,
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W John n.Chaihman
Iioaid Pub. Work
Oeomy 1're.isurer, -
Kuvttnler of Deeds
Cleric of District Co art,
hupt. ol Pub. School.
HOAHD OP Sill'
A. It. Todd. Cli'm..
I.mti-4 Pol rr.
A. P.. Ill IVVP.
D. A. CAMI'BKLL
- THO. POLLOCK.
IV. II. 1'lMI
Ijki r ff I VVlit
V. U. SlIOWALTKK
J. C. ElKKKBAHV
A. MA POLK
A LI. KM ltKKHON
I 1 VV1HII SPIKK
i HH l.ODO No. Iltf. I O. . r . Meets
vevery Tuo'day evening or each week. All
transient brothers are respectfully luvited to
rLTrMOUril KSCAMI'MRST No. 3.1. O.
O K.. niei every alternate Friday In
each linmlU in lh M-nonic Ii-i.il- Visitiug
Brother are invited to attend.
fp Kit) LODGE NO. 81. A. O. U. W. Meets
. XtrY ;t!teYn;il fruity evening .11 rv. 01 i .
1. ill. ' tr.uitie it 'b,t" :ie ruiitectriilly lu-vitrt-lt
i Attfcii'l- K.J. Si infiii. ista Woi kmau ;
K I. Hr ii. hiranmiilt. B. temstar. nver-
R. A. Taile. Financier ; G. K. lloiii-e-
worlh. Recorder; M. Maybright. Receiver;
J. B Htiuth. P:ut M. W. : 1. S. Boweu, Guide ;
1. J. Kunz. insido Watrli.
i l ASH CAMP NO.SH, MODERN WOODMEN
of merici Meet- .second an. I fourth Mon
day evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with Uf. I.. A.
Nowconer. Venerable Consul ; G. K, Nile",
yoiihy Adviser ; S. C. Wjlde, Banker ; W. A.
4,vt..k, ci,h-K. '
Iil.VlTSllUUril MHI'iK 5-O.a, A.O.U. W.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Heck wood hallijtBirctocK, All transient broth-
at a ipspeitfuily iuvitd to attend. I,
l.nrsoii, M. W. ; F. Boyd. Foreman : S. C.
WtlUe. Kecorder ; Leonard Andersou. oveiseer.
In.ATr.sMouTii i.ont: k no. 6. a. f. . a. m.
Meets on th flrt and third Mondays of
eaoh month at their hall. All transient broth
er are cordially iu.ited to meet with us.
J. U. KlVHKY, W. M.
Wm. II jh, Seoretarr 1
CBUVKA CHAT-LEU. T.O.S,
iS( S;'e!'. second and f'lurtli Tuesdaj
r.i.i:;:h 'Jl Mni'iili'i Hall. Transcitut
ar u. i
day of each
Htt. luyiled to n,ee hP vs.
V. k Whlth, It, P.
. VVJ. H. Seel-etHy.
Mt. 2ION COMMA DARY. NO. 5. K. 1.
Meets first and third Wednesday night of
each month at M iso i'.s hall. Visiting brothem
are cordially invited to meet with us.
VM- llAYrt. Kec, t'. . v K. E- C.
IaSSCOI.M'ILM). 10-J1. KIJIA1. l,CAly.M
V 'nioMl lie second and fourth, Mondays Of
t'acb lfiunlfi at Arcanum Hall.
i . (iUxXj Regent.
PLATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vice President
2ud Vice President
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..Kobt. B Windham
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Treasurer if- It .itl.raan
... .-.i SrrClA 1 ' . I . .1
.1 C. fcicbev. K. v nue. j . v.. rauerson,
A. Conner, B. EUon, C. W. Sherinan, F. tJor
er, J. eekbach.
McCONlHIE PQ3T 45 C. A. R.
J. VT. JoaiiiQS ...Commander.
Ci s. Tiss Senior VlOtt
V. a. Batiu
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Pit i ui If Vrkun
.lit til or
. ..-.. r.-f-sAJutanJ.
OlUcerof the way.
A.VDIK.1CX Fkv erji aiajor
jAOOBt;oiB.K.MAS.. ..Quarter Master Sergt
h. C.Curtis Post Chaplain
for an incurable case of Catarrh
la the Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
i Symptoms of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of nose, discharfres falling into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucoua. purulent.
Woody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deaf ness. difficulty of clearing throat, expecto-
. . . A i-A tnithT! tkresth (.ffpnufvp '
meil and taste impaired, and general debility.
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres-
rnt at once. Thousands of cases result iQ poo
umption. and end in tho irrave.
By its mild, soothing, and healing properties,
Y,r Sage's Hemedv cures the worst cases. 50o,
i . " r mutih v rat I a
ByU bit A. Uarmlas.
rrn,n.iniua silver Pill. Smallest,cheap-
ml easiest j . - . . : -
MANUFACTURER OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor da Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 26. 1885.
Sherwin & Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, atFricke A Co', drtu?
ftore. 8 tfc
- ., all flnninirenienta of
DRESSED BEEF MONOPOLY.
The Senate Commute Now In See
ion at St. Louis.
St. Louis, Nov. 21. The Vest Senate
committee to investigate the alleged
dressed beef monopoly, held a prelimin
ary meeting at the southern hotel this
morning for the purpose of agreeing en
a plan of procedure. All of the senators
compobing the committee are now here,
namely : Vest, of Missouri, chairman;
Manderson, of Nebraska; Plumb of Kan
bus; Cullum, of Illinois; and Coke, of
At 2 p. m. the committee announced
itself ready to begin work. Senator Vest
explained in opening that an impression
had been created that this committe had
some connetcion with the convention of
the Itunge association and butchers. This
was not the case.
The committee was not here to "de
fend or attack any interest." Senator
Vest; then read the resolution under
which the comuiltte had been appointed
in substance ta make investigation as to
the transportation of beef cattle and
whether any combination on the part of
the trunk line association, control traffic
association or other agencies of transpor
tation, or among those eugxged in buying
and shipping meat products whereby the
price of beef and tjeef cattJe had been, so
ccjutroljetl ag o djmiqish the prices paid
producers without lessening the cost to
consumers. The only witness examined
was D. H. II. Snyder, a ranrlinan resid
ing at Georgetown, Williams c unty,
Texas. The committee adjourned to
meet this morning at 10 o'clock.
Ejecting the Settler?.
dojjen eyections from the Ik's Moines
river lauds bave been made by the feder
al authorities. At one place horns were
blown by farmers as a sigcal that the
marshalls were coming. The settlers re
sponded by coming out to defend, their
homes with fore? 'H scattered, at the
oigjit oj gu,n$. iq s.hols were $red. The
ppse visiter a qurflber o.f qc4(Vt)Ga, seizr
ng liorses tmq calo the costs.
jnfc lariuor naiued Boyington resisted
lespcrately, but was overpowered and
Sou h Caroj'M'., naiiroads.
ptytiiA, S. Ci, Ioy.2t. :The annual
report oif he ijtate railroad commission
issued yesterday, shows ftft increase in
the tnien,e ftf the railroads of South Car
qlina. of U per cent during the past year,
and the remarkable increase of 33 per
cent in their net earnings, the year hav
ng been an exceedingly prosperous one.
The gross receipts increased, teary f 1,000,
00 wiide (he expences increased about
Pennsylvania's gttire Vote.
II4RKISB.CRO, Pa., Nov. 21 Entire re
turns from all t,he equities in the state
show that aluQst ofte, rftillqn, yotes. were
cast for- president. Harrison's was 79,
570, and his majority over all was 34,-
Yellow Fever Statistics.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 21. There
were twenty new cases of yellow fever
during the twent-four hours ending at 6
a. m. yerterday. and one death. f ptal
cases, 4,643; total deaths, 403.
A Weaver's Strike.
' Newbedkori, Mart., Nov. 21. About
160 looms in Wanisutta mills No. 1 are
idle, as nil of the wide loom weavers in
that mill have struck work because of
additional fines for black marks in weav
ing. The Alabama Count.
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 20. The
vote cast for presidential electors was
counted today by the governor and sec-
rctary of state. Cleveland receives 117,-
After Many Years.
Paris, Nov. 21. The police of LHJe
have arrested a gang of six men. who sev
eral years ago stole in Brussels and Mods
bonds to the value of f 10Q.QOO, which they
negotiated in England.
Senator Colquitt Re-elected
Atlanta. Oa Nov. 21. A. H.
Colquitt was yesterday re-elected united
Clothing must go. Men's Business Suits
at 4.00. EUon. 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 keeu giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re
lieved by BEQGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP I It has no superior, and few
equals. For sole by O. P, Smith & Co.,
RIGHT AND WRONG.
Alas' bow easily things go wrong;
A sigh too much or a Lias too long,
And there follows a mist and a weeping rata.
And life is never the same again.
Alas: how hardly things go right!
Tin hard to watch on a summer's night.
For the sigh will come and the kiss will stay.
And the summer night U a winter's day.
And yet how cattily things go right
If the sigh anl kiss of the winter's night
Come deep from the bouI in the stronger ray
That is born in the liht of tho winter's day I
And things can never go badly wrong
If the heart be true aad the love be strong;
For the mist, if it comes, and the weeping rain
Will be changed by love into sunshine again.
George Macdonoi in Boston Traveller.
Counterfeiters' l ate In China.
Two coppersmiths out of employment
in Ilankow privately formed a little
company to make copper cash, and be
gan their operations for Eouie reason by
melting down about eight pounds of im-
Cerial copper coins. The band had made
ut little progress in their secret trade,
having only manufactured altogether
some 10,000 coins, equivalent to little
more than 3, when tey were captured,
tried and cpndemned. According to the
report, the ringleader was sentenced to
immediate decapitation for melting down
coin of the realm; the next, who had tis
sistcd in the work of coining, was ten
tenced to decapitation after imprison
ment: while two others, who had pol
ished the spurious coins, and the
last, who acted us lmnkL-roiMr. ni.n
treated not as principals, but as accesso
ries, liable to transportation to Turkes
tan and employment as slaved to (he
troons there a fate believed tn ho ' wvrs!
than immediate "decapitation, Some
other W4i iQ 8Cfon tti have had noth
ing to do with the coining itself, but
acted as dnmratin Kfrrnnti tn thn nrimi.
pals, received sentences of three years'
:l a . , , .
oanisnmeni ana a uunarea oiows eacn.
Lost Ills Head In Dreamland.
A nrnminrnt Wnrfpstpr lminoca min
"O fc J.. VJVV 1 w
and a few piglis agq that is puzzling the
local psychologists, arid will add inter
esting'data for- tho society for psychical
research, lie had an idea he ought to
shave and proceeded to do w, Ju
fore lin lunrnn wnrlr it. rusm - -
that It woOld be"-" " , rli-
xx.-r.fM - -'e easiest thing in the
it on the table, facilitate matters. It
Slvm? m tIie that this was allow
able fop a. certain, number of minutes
without endangering life. So "he hung
uplus watch to count the minutes.
The operation continued till some
errand called the man across tho room,
and ho returned to find his head was
missing. Ho looked at the watch and
found the time was near when he must
have his head in its proper place if he
cared to keen fa Then he 4 lost his head"
"J tWA Yfaya, and rushed frantically
about the room, looking in every avail
able place. Just as the minute hand was
about to cross the fata point the Wor
cester rop, vvke. up felt for his head,
ana was relieved to find it there.
Beating tho Weighing Machine.
One of these machines is stationed at
a certain railroad 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 the macliine, and get his
weight. Before stopping oil , he calls up
next, the p.Aftohme giving their combined
weigh j. The boy steps off, at which the
machine gives, the correct weight of No.
2. This process is repeated until the
supply of, subjects o be weighed is ex
hausted. Now, before tho last party
steps down, the boy, who has held on to
the string all tliia time, carefully pulls in
tho string and gota his nickel back. I
ain of tho opinion, when this macliine i
examined for cash, there will be little
found. Indianapolis Cor. Scientific
Religions Shrines In Japan.
The Japanese are net generally consid
ered by Europeans a religious people, but
there is scarcely a house ui which a shelf
is not set apart us a kind of altar, bearing
on it a HrtlV s'hr'ino or a small round mir
ror, emblem of the sun gotMess from
whom the rulers of Japan are supposed
to be descended,; TJio shrine represents
a temple or Shinto, tho ancient, and now
once more tho national, religion of Japan;
but in Buddhist houses it is accompanied,
or even replaced, by a Buddhist shrine,
with perhaps a figure of the Buddha
lumself. Cassell's Magazine.
Bright Piece of Architect are.
The Albert memorial, the. monument
erected in Hyds park' by Queen' Victoria
and the "glish peoplo to the memory of
the good prince, is one of the brightest
pieces of architecture in London. In
fact, it looks as if it might have been
picked up in Paris and transplanted to
its present site, so bright and beautiful is
it and so different to anything else in the
dark metropolis. Yet the Albert memo
rial finds no favor with the press and
people pf London. Home' Journal.
Destroyers of fha Fruit Pest.
The parasites recently imported from
Australia by the California state board
of horticulture to destroy the fruit pest
known as the white cottony cushion
scale, survived the long voyage and are
now thriving in their new home in San
Mateo county. These parasites, which
Sropagate with great rapidity, dig Uito
le tack of the scale bug and finally lull
it. Chicago; Herald.
11 Cos o Pone Power.
According to the best scientific author
ity, it costs one horse power to keep in
motion one ton of metal or weight; thus
every unnecessary 2,000 pounds weight oo
yoor line shaft costs yon one horse power.
To maintain a horse power costs from $23
to f 123 per year. Any manufacturer who
will tike the pain io investigate tho un
necessary weight, by heavy iron pulleys,
too tight belts, etc, will be surprised to
find tn enormous waste of power caused
In this manner, to say nothing about the
jou veaulting from he shortened lift
pf tb fr rjui-ment. Doaton Cudt
Auliuai Tilth i:ekoiniig Faculties.
For myself, I ranw-t i.vo why the con
clusion is denied tht ai.inial:;, n i they
coino to appri hend the advent of bun
day, have borao way of keeping count of
the heven days of the week. '1 lie follow
lowiug fact bears directly upon thai
lint: Something like half a cenlury
ago tho writer had tho caro and milking
of live cows during one bummer. They
grazed in a pasture lot many rods from
tho dwelling. It was the custom to nive
the animals salt every Sunday morning.
They enjoyed tho treat, and it was
evident that they b?gai to expect it.
After a length of time I cannot say
how long a curious behavior of tho cat
tle became conspicuous, for every Sun
day morning they were found standing
ing at tho bars, tho joint nearest the
house, with every apieaianco of mute
expectation. At every other morning,
as well as at evening, they had to be
sought and brought to the bars for milk
ing. Sometimes I would forget to take
tho salt with me at tho stated lime,
when, instead of moving olT to feed after
uiy task was done, as they usually did,
they remained about the bixt an hour or
so, as jf waiting fo- their weekly rations
Here, then.i.: the -r: .km; Every Sun
day morning these cows came of their
own option to tho place of milking, and
where on that day they generally got
salt, and not on other mornings. How
could they do that, except through some
faculty of estimating tho seven lay of
tho week. A. S. Hudson, M. D., in. J'oi
ular Science Monthly.
Bld ftgla in Pennsylvania.
Tho Blue mountains, especially in
Schuylkill and northern Berks counties,
besides furnishing breeding and feeding
places for the wild turkey, provide several
species of eagles with eyries so inacces
sible and fields of prey so extensive anil
fruitful that the advance made by civili
zation on every side have as yet been in
sullicient to drive them from their chose"
haunts. Any one who ws ever- train ped
over that part of tho Blue mountains has
noticed the. great number of tall, dead
tree trunks that stand on the highest and
rockiest summits, put of the reach ...
boldest mountain cllmU- " riv in l
mw-hlHg or W-- ni,r,ltf:n nnft r ITUir(J
oirds may be seen hovering about
the tops of those dead and sentinel like
trees, lhe birds are bald eagles, or, in
rare cases, golden eagles. They select
these dead trees on the isolated summits
to build their nests on. It is one of the
superstitions of tho Blue mountain
woodsmen that it is the presence of the
eagles and their nests that has killed
tho trees, but the fact is that if a tree is
not first dead an eagle will not select it
for a resting place. The bird uses the
dead trunk because it gives a better post
for observation. Sometimes tho top of a
naked and inaccessible rock serves the
same purpose. Cor. New York Times.
Foreign Population of France.
Tho rapid increase of the foreign pop
ulation in France is causing great con
cern to the government. Since 1880 no
less than 482,000 Belgians, 265,000 Ital
ians, 100,000 Germans, 78,000 Swiss and
80,000 Spaniards have gone into France,
in addition to the foreign jxpulation pre
viously resident there. In 18ol there
were about 881,000 foreigners in a total
population of nearly 36,000,000. In 1880
the foreign population exceeded 1 ,000,
000, while tho native population remained
nearly stationary. Chicago Herald.
That dainty lady tripping by,
How light her step, how bright her eye.
How fresh her cheek with healthful
Like ross that in May time blow !
And yet a few week have passed away
Since she was fading day by day.
The doctor's skill could naught avail;
"Weaker she grew and thin and pale.
At last, while in a hopeless frame,
One day she said, "There is a name
I've often seen a remedy
Perhaps ,twill help; I can but try."
And so according to direction,
She t e,k JV. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. And (very baleful symtom fled,
And she was raised as from the dead.
Dont go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor ami bed
room sits but go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thine 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 e's ?i,M
WHAT ON EARTH
la the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profit,
rather than take a rned.icifie 9-f world
wide reputuatiHn nd one t'ftat is giving
universal sntis-factton. at equal price? No
medicine in the. wpjrd is giving such on
paralli led s:itTsfnction fur purifvins lhe
blood as BEGG'S BL.OOD Pl'MFIEH &
BLOOD MAKER, nud ever bottle that
d es not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
If yon want a good clock, go to H. M.
Gault. He has a large assortment to
pick from at prices th-t ca't help but
Men'3 Overcoats at iJlaon's, the One
Price Clothier $1.00,
Gold and silver watches enough to
supply the country at II. M. Gault's,
cheap and warranted to give satisfaction.
O. P. Smith fc Co. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and fine New Year?
cards this, season.
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
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is na advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
b; o. p, r:a A Co. e 1 t
01 Mm Clii Mr
In I'l.vttsii'outli, is very sorry hi.s Jar of liesuis caused one of his
1MB MONKEY COMPETITORS
To get win ly. JOE U sinvy Lr th. nci!ili.i-s of this iu;ul, wimly
oir n EES
iie Air. Monkey Competitor to sell out .mil start a
menagerie and charge admission, lor JOK lias no doubt it would piiy
this mad competitor lunch Letter than continuing in the Clothing
Competitors are mad because he has destroyed High Prices. They are
mad because he has destroyed a Usurer's Profit. JOK believes in
selling llonost Goods at Honest Low Prices.
ng larger every day, and his mad competitors cannot
destroy it by misrepresentation, or by se colled reduction juices. The
people won't be misled any longer, lor they know JOK is Belling
goods at an Honest Profit
And at One Price Only.
JOE is selling bettergoo.ls for less money than ever hc:iid of before
To guess on JOE'S Iieans. It costs you nothing to guess and no
"monkeying" business, either.
The Glothing Hustler,
Solomon & Nathan's Old Stand,
S. F. THOMAS.
Attorney-al-Law and Notary Public. Oflice in
Fitzgerald lilock. liattsmoutli. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney-at-Law. Will give prompt attention
to all bui-lnesH intrusted to him. Oniec in
Union Block. East sid. riatUmoulh. Neb.
BARBEK SHOP AN O HATH ROOM.
Hot and Cold Ba1 lis at all hours. Ladles' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. 5th
and .Main, under Carrutli V.
OR. A. T. WITHKRS.
"The raink-ss Deiitixts." Teeth extracted
without t be least uaiii or harm. Ar iffcial teeth
inserted immediately after extract in;: na .iiral
onee when de-ired. Hold and all ol her Killings
etrictly firft cla.-s. Oflice in Union Block.
Staple and Fancy Groceries. Glassware iiul
Crockery. Kiourand Feed.
11 . J)JU7tJ"B
Pjlattsmoutii, Neb., Nov. 12, 18S8.
To the Stockholders of the Platts-
nioutli Canning Company. At a meet
ing ol tiif loanl ot flirtctorsbeld on the
!)th of November. t8 u. m. at tlw
factory it was ordered by said board of
dif-cpiurs. that an assessment of 2 per
C'B,t be nvtde. on all stock issued and
that a special meeting of the stockhold
ers is therefore oMed on the loth day of
December 183 at 7:30 p. m. at" the
county judges office. All stockholders
are requ sted to atti-Ld the meeting.
F. K. Gctumex b eedjOHdek
The finest bedroom sets oaa be found
at II. Boeck'g..
' 8end your job work to the Hkhald
Smith & Co. will Rive away a fine
house and lot in Vallery place during
the next sixty days. Each person Luyinp;
$5 of goods during that time is enti led
to a chance on the house and lot.
JJlson the One Price is selling Chi nchil
Overcoats, Beayer Collars and Cuffs, at
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can lc purchased at II. Boeck's.
Gold and silver spectacles at II. M,
Mrs. J. F. Johnson has just received
some handsome hats and bonnets, and
she will he pleased to show them to any
of c"T rr t:vi r"!U c'l n tr.
3r. B. KEMPSTEn,
Practical Piano and Organ Toner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Oftice at Boeck's
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebrafeka.
C. F. SM ITH,
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the bett and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever canifa wist of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business puits
from $ l(i to dress suits, if 25 to $45,
l4ifs $4, $r, $0.50 and upwards.
C33?"Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
J. H. EMMONS, 31. D.
Office over Wectt' ptore. Main strefct.
Renidetiee in Or. Kf hilUWneeht's property,
t'lironic Dieae- and DKoasf-s of Women anl
Children a specialty. Office hour. 9 to 11 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. in.
R. D. WINDHAM, JOHJf A. DAVIKS,
Notary Public. Notary Public
attorneys - at - Xiaw.
Office over Bank cf;C&t County.
Plattsmocth. - - Nebraska
B. A M. TimelTable.
GOiNO vkt. (;oixn kast.
No. 1. 5 :10 a m. No. 2.-4 A3 p. m.
No. 3.-- :40 p. m. No. 4. 10 :. a. ni.
No. f fi :47 a. m. No.'C 7 :13 p. III.
No 7.-7 -JV p. in. No.10. 9 :45 a. Hi.
No. 9 --6 :17 p: in.
No. 116 ;27 a. r.i.
All train win dally by wavof Oriaba. except
Nos I and 8 which run to and from Hchujler
dally except Sunday.
No. 30 Is a stub to Paclflo Junction at S 30a. m
No. 19 is a stub from Pacific Junction at lla m.
If you want anything in the jewelry
lino, go to II. M. Gault. He will sell you
good goods at low prices and guarantee
them as represented.
For nnt A houw cf threa t-oot
rooms for rent, cheap. Enouu at I carl-
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