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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1SSS.
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) M n MUUt'HY
J S W DUTTOM
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Cirk. - - Iib (rKiTiMiKiKM
ol l-eds - W. II. IVkm.
J. 0. Kikk.hhakv
Clerk ( Dt-trlcl Co irt,
Mupt.of fab. Schools.
A. !l. Tonu. CIi'hi.,
A. It. 1i. KOS,
A li.liin'Ukii i
I 1AHH I.OD; NO. US,
1 o. . K.-Meets
I -r t . . . t ...... 1 1 L' All
IrHii-ient brother are reopectluliy luvuea 10
-every hibwhj cttsumn i
e:i--li iiioiilli to Dirt M.noiiic Hall.
Hr.. tliers M lnvitel to attend.
rillllO LOlXiK NO. si. A. O. U. W. Meets
every .ilioru.n t Kri l:y evening at K. of V.
worth. Iteronler; M. iUH)ungnt. ueceiver ; i uoara Ot liCflUU UUCgrapUa to the 8U
It. It Hniith. I'ant M. W. : 1. N. Uowen. ulde ; I
I. J. Kunz. Inside Watcu. I
iash c.VMf No.3ii. MODKUN woodmen I
y ol America -MU sco..d and Imirtu ion-
A .-iv Mveiiiu :it K. of 1. nail. All transient I
iTtititer are requested to mtret with n. U A. 1
Worthy Advi.ier ; S. C. Wilde. Hanker ; W. A.
IlI. VTTSMOUril I.ODCK MI.H.A.O. U. W.
-I- Meet every alternate Friday evening at
l:i.-U woo.l nail at 8 o viinsic. All transient uroin-
i-K nrt resneetf ullv invited to attend. '
I.!ok.ii. M. W. : K. Itoyd. Foremau : S. C.
Wilde. Iteeunmr : leouara Aiiaer.tan. nversrer.
III. ATrSMOUTII LODt.K NO. ft, A. F. Jk A.M.
X xvi.i mi th fir-t and third Mondays ol
each mo:it!i t llieir hall. All transient broth
er.- are eoruiaily InvlleU to meet Willi us.
J. O. Kichkv, W. M.
W M .11 ats. Secretary.
A Meet seeond and lourtii Tuesday r each I
month at Maou'e llall. IransuKiit oromers i
are invited to meet with us. I
Wm. if v. Secretary. '
K H V H 1 T K 1 1 f . I
W ZION comma IAHY. no. 5. K. T. I
'l-Meet nrst and third ViiiPaday liijrht ol I
each inootli at M no hall. V isitui brother i
xre cordhillv invited to meet with lis.
WM. Hays. Kec. F. E. Whitk. E. C.
lASH COUNCIL NOM02I. ROYAL I1CANUAI
iiih -t the second anil lourtii Mondays ol
(kc'U iii FulU ut Ai'uauum Hall.
It. N. tiLKX.v, Regent.
T C. Minor. Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President ttobt. B Windham
!ud vie l'resideut..., , win Seville i
IHIiraiiraucut " . V. ... I
Troa-urer F. K- (iuthiuan I
eereiar r. iierriiinnc l
.1. C. Klehev. K. E.' White. J.C.Patterson,
J. A. Conner, U. EIon, C. W. Sherman, F. Her
der, J. V. eckbach.
McCONIHIE POST 45 G. A. R-
J. W. Johxsox commauder I
C S. Triss
V. a. iVr3."'-
5AiV 1)11 OS
onicerof the Day. I
Sergt Major I
j aoom OH3.KX.lV.. .-tiuarter Master Serftt. I
L. ecu an Post Chaplain
Meet in Saturday eveuintc
Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which M the
fountain or heaitn. Dy uinjr ur. fierce a uoia-
rn Medical uiscovery. ana ooa air
1tir akin, hnnnnt unirita. and todil
ga viror wm m nuDiuoea. i
from the common DimDle. blotch, or emotion,
Sores and Swellings, Enlarged GUnds, Ccj
Golden Medical Discovery cure Consume
tlon (which to Scrofula of the Lunjrs). by iu
wonaerrul Diooa - punrying. unTifforaunff. I
nd nutriUve properties, it taken in time.
ZL ofVrStah in Sie Head. BronI
fhitla. Severe Coughs. Asthma, and kindred
affections. It Is a overeig-n remedy. It
promptly cure the severest Coug-hs.
tor lorpraiiHer. uuiuusoch, ur ""r I
Complaint." uyepepsia, ana lnaifresuoo, it ii
IWP. f.o3rr Tx Mtjef ?or fiJJQT "W
MASCFACTCRER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IX TIIK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock, Nov.. 28. tSSS.
Sherwin & Williams-' mixed oaints. the
liest iq the market, at Fricke & Co', drns?
store. 8-tf. I
SMALLPOX TROUBLE IN CANADA
Three More Case This Week at
Sahnia, Not. 22. Matters had been
going on well in town in the smallpox
I "W,,,-MC na lal w any new were iuu-
cerued and it was hoped that there would
not le any more new ones; but on Wed
nesday the new spread that there were
three new cases one little daughter
I the late Charles Foster and living in the
back part of the Second Ward on Colina
street and two cases in I he Fourth Ward,
two parties named Lacroix. Dr. Merri-
son Iiaei leen attendim? the little Foster!
L'irl and The Su interviewed him. He
-aid that she had a bad case of smslloox
and that he had reported it to the Medi-
cal Health officer and the president of
I ., T, .
I liojiru oi jieuiui.
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Wednesday after the dinner hour and
I Lacroix cases.
ine L,acroix cases were nenry lacroix
and his son living on Brock street.
I ry na ' UL'en working until Wednesday
morning. Airs. Lacroix had lately
i ,..i,,i .. : : r
I iu a iwvm iij-i.ao3 iu mo vwicjr
T:r(rins storft. Mrs. Albert Rirmiet
lived in the room and Mrs. Lacroix
worked with her. Mrs. Pacquet lived at
tto room and
lf' S-USi-w y. The
inoniies up lucre mat sue iiaa ten. n
home where there was smallpox.
Th(J Foster ;rl J3 sai(l tO have visited
the Gray girl when the latter firt got
sick nnd before the case was pronounced
smallpox. She was moved Wednesday
nizht to the hospital. The 13 ard of
Health had a meeting Thursday at 4 p.
m., nnd a committee was appointed to
take steps towards making a further ad-
dition to the hospital if other cases
occurred. Dr. Oliver reported that it
would be dangerous to remove the La
and the public was safe from infection
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WM mj u
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removed. It is a matter of judgment
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wnu ine -ueincni iieaim oiiiuer, huu pro
bably some day next week the quarantine
will be raised.
On Friday the Board of Health quar-
antined a couple of houses in the Lacroix I
district, the inhabitants of which, have I
been exposed to infection, by the Lacroix I
leases. This was considered advisable by
the Board in consideration of the fact
a.1 i J . x I
mat it is uuuig everytning pusiuie to I
. . .t. j.
laulF luc uiscnsc
Shot Dead In Cour.
Macon, Ga., Nov. 22 The Brunswick I
& Western railroad company has been I
missing oranges from its cars at Riversidp I
ana on 1 ucsaay morning a wutie maq 1
, . . ... I
nVi apiT.il wifli of aal 1 n rv flirt f"f n 1 f rn f-
ried to Tifton. in Wi'rth couatv. for a
commitment trial. A co'ored train ma a
T t, n , ,
by th2 name of Lae Brown wa sum-
moned as a state witness in the case, but
was warned by Arch Golden that if he
appeared as a witness against Weaver he
wo lid shoot him. Brown went on the
stand, and a h 3 begin to te'd wh it he
knew Golden shot him thrqrjjjh the
bowels with a Winchester rille. The man
expected to live but a few hours.
n iieeli.nu, w. a., ot. wnair
man Cowden, of the republican ktate
committee, will print a card in the morn
Gf fraud on the part of the republican?.
I in which he says that in all counties in
I,.,, , , j,., i
which frauds are charged by the Umo-
ih pImm! n mirliinin ami rptnm.
cr&ts ,ne election macumery ana return-
boards are ,n t,,e hands 'f the dcmo
crats. lie adds that he is prepared to
, .,, ...
pro ye, and will prove at the proper time
fK.,f oil t :i..: t I
were committed in the interest of the
uemocratic party, ite claims uon a
election as governor.
Offlclal Vote of Kansas.
Topeka, Kjtu., Nov. 2t. The orBcial
vote of the state is as follows : Ilarrison
181,502; Cleveland, 102,qu; Streeter,
, . ... , j.. t
36,280; Fisk, 6,4o2. The ilurality lor
. .IZ! ; , : A J '
narrisan is tv.mi, a gain qi i,wvt over
188G. Ilumplirey, for governor, lj9,sq;
.Martin, lUi, UmiipUtey-a plurality,
7:1,009.. The plurality gl yen for Harrison j
Is the largest giyen by any state, even
exceeding Pennsylvania, which cast
vote nearly three timos as great a? Jw
Gnitctlcut'sr Official Vet.
TT . XT . vrv mi m
aktuu, v,onn.f ot. ine oi
canvass of the vote of Connecticut
shows Cleveland's plurality to be 336.
Indianapou. Nov. 23. Tii'j presi
dent-elect this evening tendered Elijah
W. Halford, managing editor of the In
dianapolis Journal, the position of private
Mr. Halford is forty-three vears or age
and came from England with his parents
when a child, who settled in Cincinnati
lie bagan his newspaper career as report
er on the Indianapolis Journal twenty-
five years ago, and rosa in a few years,
to trie m:uia'iti'' editorship, lie was
for a time managin-' editor of the Chica-
I tfi I nfur.l laa n r iij tf t.ar viin fa
b "J j "'
tu"nS to Indianapolis, he resumed the
manaSinS editorship of the Journal
" WttS lur cw TO P"via bccreiury
r - .
to the late Senator Morton.
I He has taken an active and nrominent
I part in Indiana politics, and was a dele-
S"5 cuicago convention, rep
resenting Indiana on tue committee on
platform, and shares with Hon. Wm. Mc-
Kinley, of Ohio, the distinction of hav
ing contributed no inconsiderable share
in the construction of the national t lat-
form, upon which the late campaign was
fought and won.
As an editorial writer he is widely
known for his able and incisive political
ariieles, the pungency of his style giving
his writings a distinctiveness leaving no
doubt on the reader's mind as to their
authorship. For several years past H1-
ford has been on intimate and confiden
tial terms with Gen. Harrison, and his
selection for this important position
now tendered him occasions no surprise
here. The new private secretary is mar
ried and has one child, a daughter of
seventeen. He is the elder brother of J.
iiaiioru, oi me wasuingcon ouriU of
the Associated press. -
Sued For Two Millions.
Sioux Citt, la., Nov. 22 Suits were
filed today in the district court by the
heirs of Iforace flacon to set aside a sale
1 1UI bRACa
of lands which are now com
prised in four imnortiint
V T l " J
business portion of the city, and is worth
$2,000,000. The land was sold for taxes
twentv years ago, aq4 the purchasers
under the tai titlo hnV hn or. A
ing to buy out the heirs,
prefer to go into litigation.
The Virginia Returns.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 22. The follow-
mg are the oficial returns of the vote of
Virginia; Cleveland; 151,977; Harrison,
150,442; Cleveland's majority, 1,535
lne vote in 1884 wasj Cleveland, 145,
4Q7; Rlajqe, 130, 850; total, 284,853.
P 4,1 At.ryn
tmoimin; toss, 4,000,
Arkansas Democrats Cry Fraud.
St. Louis, Nov. 21. A special to the
Post-Dispatch from Little Rock, Ark.,
says warrants h.qye been sworn out
againsf nearly fifty persons, principally
uegrues, ior uiegai voting in tne recent
election in Jefferson county.
Appointed by the Governor.
Des Moines, Nov. 22. The governor
has appointed Miss Lucy Curtis, of State
Center, a member of the state board of
school examiners. She is at present coun
ty superintendent of Marshall county.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allo.w tljeir cl,iltren to cough and btrain
ana congn ana calmly say: "Oil! it is
only a little cold," anil keep giving ihem
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re
lieved by REGGS" CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP if It has no superior, and, few
equals. For sale bj (pp. aaiitli Co ,
If you want a good clock, go to II. M.
Gault. He has a large assortment to
pick from at prices that can't help but
Men'3 Overcoats at Elson's, the One
Price Clothier $ 1.90.
Gold and sicr yar.he enough to
Minnlv th ' CiSiirirrv II Til flunlt'c
r-1J t r..nr-j -r -.-"!
cueap ana warranted tp give satisfaction.
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap uos-
trnma tint, tin Kv Phpan -Trklm Iiohpaq
irresponsible parties at enorroons orofits.
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuaticn and oae that is eiviris
satisfaction at'fequal pficef No
rneuicine in the world is eiiin
.,JIuia,j ; 'eJ"
paralleled satisfaction for punfyg the.
bibod as TiEGG S, BLQQD Ptf,H i$
BXQQI SlAgJJ, and ever bottle that
u" wuf" wui cosi you not-.
j yJ V. Smith & Co.,
Dont go to Omaha when yon W'"tt
to get your beaptiful parlor' aiid bed
f QO, sejs biit go to Ilenry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where 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 Ceup.
Remerqber that he who sells most pari
SHOES IN CHICAGO.
Chut wltb u Deulei Getting a I'it Shoe
I walked into one of the principal shoe
stores on Madison street where shoos ure
fwId on hoiueilung Lke scientilio ideas,
and when? the proprietor talked with a
boi t of philosophy on fet't and hlicx s fur
above tiie ordinary merchant.
"Americans," bo said, "pay more at
tention to their feet than they used to.
This ln-ing the case, the man who caters
to the comfort of the feet must make a
study of the same. When you and 1
were lys we bought shoes iu which our
toes came out to tho end of the shoe
right ugainst tho end. We also lought,
or our fathers did, according to the price.
No intelligent dealer in sluH-a totlay wiJl
ever sell u customer a pair of shoes
against the end of which tne toes will be
forced. The slioe of today that is, the
common sense shoo is always longer
than the foot. The stylish shoe is long
and narrow. No lady who lias any re
gard for her comfort, to say nothing
about her pride, will ever wear anytliing
cite man a long ana narrow shoe. We
arc now making a cheap shoe on the same
principle. I 8iipiose you know that
in England an American 5a cnerr.ny
known by thu uiud oi bJioo lie wears.
The English wear wide shoes men and
women alike. Some folks think this is
done because tho English do so much
more walkincr than wo Americans. That
is not it. It is habit. They don't take
the sumo pains with their feet in the old
country that wo do over here. I do not
know of any nation that does.
"Somebody asked me the other ilav
what 6izes were mostly worn in Chicago.
My answer rather sururised him. I said
3's and 4's, and moro 4's than 3's. Ho
got off the idiotic talk about Chicago
women's feet that you lind in newspapers
of rival cities. The same tMnjr is true of
every American, city in this ugo of the
world. In somo tiectioiis of tho country
children used to run in their bare feet
more than they do now. I should say
tliut with ladies a No. 4 is tho most p.
orally worn I won't sav called for shoe
m me maiKci. ro. s, ladies' ",,,. vnil
understand, are not r'-.' .'.?.,"
111 C a -.Mvn UU1IUU"11
called for :refjuthl ly Tlmt anot,r
, ou near a great ileal about in a
funny way. I never deceive a customer
aoout ins or lier number if the question
is asked. But when a lad v comes in and
says to one of the young vo.cn that she
warns a 0, x, ne looks at her foot, if he
can uo bo witnout giving offense, and
proceeds to fit her.
"I must say for the intelligence of the
average woman that this ixrt of nonsense
is not Indulged in so much now as for
merly. The intelligent woman comes in
and says she wants to be fitted, at the
same time putting up one foot to the
salesman. we don't go as much on
numbers as wo did twenty vears ago.
We fit tho shoo to tho foot, and when we
havo done that it makes precious little
difference to the wearer what the num
ber is or whether the last is 'double A' or
double E.' You know, of course, that
'double A is a narrow last and 'double
E a very wide last. The widths become
wider as the letters run down. The
French heel is not worn as much as it
was. It is a good thing it is not. No
woman's foot ever looked so well iu a
shoe witb a French heel. Tho half
French heel is a popular one.
"The shoes of today," he continued,
"are smaller than they were twentv
years ago. That is saying that the fee't
are smaller, of course. That is bo.
especially with Americans, J dan'i mean
by that that feet are becoming actually
smaller. But ihey are becoming edu
cated, so to speak, tetter tare is given
them in every wav. An intelligent
dealer tits the foot to the shoe.
I told vou that the tendency istn Innc
shoes. This does "ot apply to shoes worn
on tho stage, which are" always short.
There is more taste displayed in the shoe
for the parlor now than there used to be.
The lady of taste, if she can afford it, of
course, has a pair of shoes to match each
dress. One of the prettiest shoes for
evening is the undressed kid, orange
shade, especially if the dress is of black
silk or satin. One of the most stylish
things we know of in this line is a laven
der. It is exceedingly rich and costs
20." Chicago Times,
TlipTeTuteV fclayulur AVork.
TUeiH3 are several snccios of the ttr-
mite, rciiiL1 of which make those great
tent sk&pctl mounds of which travelers
tell so uincli, aiid otlicrs building liih
up in trees. The bort which is so eic-
stiiu tivo to wmx1 ai.d l ooks makes itu
uor'o iTiicicTgrouiicI, unl sipfrrf-iics. the
OJJOCt It mtCilMS U ilUV V'i r rt; i:4.;vi 1V
tunntUn to ty IZy !ii.j pjcjula it ic- t't i
any ntfoiuj-t iiiwaicli for Ita ouiiu.-;-urJl.
UtiuUly It Iollo-A tlrj ;jruiii of the wood
m iu iixv:rot:s, Uit th: ; u not alwavs the-
ocio, llio ilii-cvtion IkL detcrminctl by
orx dkiicy. A i Lost which has ix t Lccn
totr.lly elti.trovt ; will tl:ov tin t the in
sect Lau fone L-ck and lcrtli nr.i uj jid
down, iuU as the it;:sci" l!;j'y. cd cr
its tiacueus verniers, ilio, lic .i expedient.
Frequent ly.thtflcriii iCo viil rcrfTii:V a
ziObt biiiyrJar. vork p he ii'ort 'to alzc
he l.ei.t la.o" e.i' iiuy wooden' l truer ure
iio v. I.icli Jt ipa;;t.' i:4 way. If. for
xarspio, i- iwa iciva t-irougli t:e length
f a piiLir txipjiorlins; a hou.se, and linds
.t tiie top that there Li wood which ii
would like for feed, it llrtt us up the
wood cf tho pillar r.r.d then ililj tl:e hol
low shell thus created with mul, 'viekce!
until it Li a:; hard s.s v0iiV u v 'iiev i-ii-lar.;
t.f pnu liv-iio ( :deii :!o'.tn T..r re
buildus Li UMleleia" vtr0' 'toursd (o lx-
inero tlieiL cf"
mere teil.' cf ecd." eoiijjjdctlv 'fillcei.
except fcraunrul t-'lrUlg ii' i.h'th.
with a pUlar cf cx$ t.. :.w VcrL
COUCHIand COUCH! and COUCH
Wliat iu the worltl is the reason you
will cough nnd keep coughing and. siili
keep trying inferfer uieaicinea when
pS- CiiKRltY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your congh at once?
This is no advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it.
by O. P. Smith & Co.; d.rvgliis.
L Smith & Co. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and fine New Years
cards this season.
III I'liittaii outli, is very sorry
To pet wiuly. JOi; is s n-y In- t!i; n
"Would advise Mi
menagerie aiul charge admission, lor JOK lias no iloiiht. it Would pay
this mad competitor much better than continuing in the Clothing
uputitors are mad because lie has
mad because he has destroyed
selling Honest Hoods at Honest
Trade is getting largor every day, and his mad competitors cannot
destroy it by misrepresentation, or by se colled reduction prices. The
people won't he misled any longer, lor they know .JOK is telling
goods at an Honest Profit
And at One Price Only.
JOE is selling better goods (or less money than ever heard of before
lo guess on Jdh'b lfcaiu. It costs you nothing to
"monkeying" business, either.
u ' - - v - 7
Solomon & Nathan's Old Stand,
83c Per 31 oa th. SIO.OO IVr year.
To Jan nary Int. 1H0O, 1.00.
This rli l.!t sin.l ff.irlt-s innrn-.i .i...t
leiii-f J the admiration of u, umtiv ii...
caiiipKiK'i Ju.-t closi'rt. It;ist! e iepr snfi
tive tttfpubliciiTi daily of Nelirnskii, au4 is one
of Hie icadinx n-wsp:uer.s of tin; roiintrv.
in t.i ruliii-e sis in the t asl tho ;. itii'i.-can
will c -ntiiim' to excel in e v.-rviliin''. j prints !
GAttrii-y-!il-;l.;iw :inil No-,iy I'l'il.Ji,.. oM In
J- ' 1-t.Zjji'iaid l;)ii k. I'Utlciiioiilli. NeQ.
aud . CWS- U 'S l" c,?aa-""-,ir.KtCEi:iKs:
... . . -
i hk KKPeuMCAX appeals to its fripudn in j
eiy voj.ua pw.-li.ct to uiye tl.elr P rsoi,al
stance 111 ex tem! Ina .-. ri.i m....
w muipii; ct,j xi. wan ia-t of li iiucs. iui-e
IT 13 THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
1h Wkkki.v liKi eiti icax-materially im
proved fr Jssj -published everv Timr.sdav
eoniains all th news of the week in a coii-.leas.-d
foMii. It is the r-e-t and vUt-Ai
we. kU newsp iper p ;hl .shed anj v;,uV
t7.Ul ren it'auces :c,;i"i he ad.lren.'d to
TURoyUA REPUBLICAN C ..
Oinah i. Nebraska,
Physician I Surgeon
Ofliee over AVescotiV tore. Vans stect
Refidenee in Ir. Schildk!i;.i'ii property.
Chronic D ceases and, tJinse' vjC AVoubeii and
Children a peewit v. Ofi hour. j tolU, Us
2 to a'ci to p. is.
If you, want pithing in the jewt-lrv
iuet rp q l A. OauU. lie will sell yoii
'O.Pv snoels at low prices and guarantee i
th.ew t4 represented.
The finest bec!r3"n sets can be fevvwd
at II. Boeck's.
Smith A Cv will give away a fine
hnVw t 'n Vallery place during
the next sixty days. Each person buying
S of goods during that time U t uHiled
to a chance on the hoiiso ad lot.
Elson tho fe Hice is selling Chinrhil
aJ P,veiHiais, Deayer Collars and Cuffs, at
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purcad a II. Boeck's.
oW and silver siectaeles at H.
his .lur of Iluans caused one of his
ii;!ilrs of this iti t, windy
Alonkey Competitor to sell out iiml kfurr. r
destroyed Hiol, Prices Tl.ov -
a Usurer's Profit. JOK believes iu
e yioiifsm mm nr.
Union Ulock. K.-t side. I'lHttsiiioutb. Kelt.
TA ItUKh SIIOI'AND HATH IIOOM
tf , Kl. MlKLEY.
Hot iir.l Cold Ha- lis nt all hours. lidiPK M,
( hildriMi's HairCiiltii.,? a Hpecialty. Cur. Ml.
and Alain, under CanuihV. 1
wlllioiitthelcasl nam or larm. A n ifi.-1-.l i.
mt'-iie i iiniiieoialfly er exIrHCtliii; nMirI
i "t'ictij ru-Ht t-u-i. oir.c in i i.ion mock.
olc w ik-ii ! i ri. :.-i.i mi,, i j 1 1 ,. i. . ...
stIle ...... 'i- 'tiv r V
c. tiv Flour?..,!' K
-rl" Atl. r lour and 1'
(miis wohi.i'a i:ru.
'C-res. i;l'L..4'Jtr nil
C. F. SM JTK,
The Boss Tailor
Main S. Over Mcrgei rj.f. Hore.
Has the bt-fct find ruot-.t oniplr to .'ock
of snmphf, both foreign urd Ornicttic
woolens that evercnnie west, uf 3IisFourI
rive.-. Note these price; V.um-m Fuita
from $1 to $35, dress its, $:.'." to f45
pants 4, $.1, 5, i'.oQ ftnd upwards.
X3T Wil uar-anteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competilion.
R. B. WKbIIAM, JOHM A. PAVIKA.
Kotary f'ubllc. ' Notary I-nbir?.
attorneys - at - Xiaw.
Office over Uank of.Ca'' Cointy.
PLATTsMQUTn.- . . Nebraska
O. B. KEMP3TER,
Practical Piano and Organ Tuner
First-class work guaranteed. AIho deal
er iu Pianos and Organs. Ofiice at Bocck'a
furniture store, Plattsniouth, Nebraska.
P. A. Kl. Time 'Table.
c.oivo hkt, doixo VAtrr.
o.V-i m. Nt, A3 p. in.
No. 3,--:Hip. in. No. 4. lo ::io a. m.
No. 5 :47 a. in. So. 6. 7 :I3 p. m.
No. 7.-7 W i. in. No..l0.- :45 . rn.
No.. 6 :17 p. w.
No. ll-6;'.'7a. in.
All trlr run dally by wav of Omaha. xvt
Niwi 7 and S which run to Mid from clilr
dally except Sunday.
No. so & tub to Pnclflc Junction at a una n
Xo.W U a stub fria faeifie JiutctlMt hi n
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