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PliATTSaiOUTlf, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVE3II5E1J iiJ, 1888.
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Clerk or District C'oirt. W. C. miowawkk
Sheriff - J. ClKKTfHAlil
Burveyor. - - - A. aiauolk
Attorney. ... Al.l.K.v Kkkson
Hupt. of 1Mb. School. - MAVNAKIh"IXK
County Ju im. ... c. uussKLi.
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Ivmi.s Koirz. - Wu',l,ll.'. WaltT
A. It. ll KrtO.V,
ias.h uiDiiK no. u.. i o. o. K. -Meets
l7vrv TnlLLtf f.VHnilli' Ikf P.U'll Wt'tK. All
tr;iii.-iiiit orolliers are rKCeciiuiijr inviicu i
IH.ATrMOU ril ENCAMI'.MHNT No. 3. I. O.
A- K.. nirtcn every si'tern:ite rrll;iT m
eai'ti iii.citli In Mi-.)iii5 11. til.
Ilrotlier.'i are luviteJ to atteinl.
Miitio LOIXJK No. hi. A. o. U. w. Meets
every altera n rTiu.iy eveulutf al n.. oi I . I
ii iij. fiuslmi brother ar respectfully in- I alter ie Know as tne atiomil eer J'ro
v.tiltiaUHul K.J.Mirar:i.i.Mi?terWorkinau: . . . , m,.
r. I. Umwu. Kore-no ; . l. lenister. nver- l
--r; ii. A. l aim. r inancier : r... "-e-
worlU. Keronler; M. Maylinglit. ld't'i'iver ; I
l. U intli. l'.t Al. w. ; i. itowen, i.uuie ; i u. MauLjIiter, ol U.U1 is, Tex.; vice presi
1. J. Kuii. Inside Wateh. I f r i
I dent. Thomas Arnrmr. of Chicago, and
O'Vr AuierVc'i -MeieconUKaiid fourVlMifn
i ay evening al K. of 1. hall. All transient
brotlier are reipiesieu i meei wiiii uu. i.. a. i
Newconer. Veaer.ible Consul : K, Nllen. I
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. w Utie, itauKer; . A. I
1 M.ATrs.MOU Til I.OlXiK NO. 8, A. O. U. W. I
1' Meet every alteruate Friday eveiiinK al I
Larson, M. .; r . Iioyd. foreman: . i. I
IM.ATrsMOUTH loui;e no.c. a. v. a a.m
Meets on the flr-t ami ihir.l Mondays ol
each itioiifh at Ibeir ball. All tr:iMsient Orotb- I
! are curdi-illv linlted to meet Willi us.
Kiciifc. w. I
.'KltlUSK A ITU V I'TKIL. NO. 3. K. A.
i Meets seMiid and fourth Tuesday of eacl I
nouih nt Ma-ouV Hall. Transcirut brother-I
are invited to meet with us,
K. E. Whitk. II. P.
Wit. ! v. Secretary.
MT. ZION COMMA xUAUV. NO. 5.
I eels Drst and third Wednesday nittbt oi
ea-b month at M iso 's ball. Visiting brother
are cordially invited to meet Willi us.
Wm. Hays. Kec. F. E. Wiutk. E. C.
CiASSCOUSUII.NO. in-jl.KOVAL VUCASU.V
i iiieetx Hie necond and fourth Mondays oi
t aeh niutb at Arcauum Hall.
It. N. liLKNX, Regent.
Y. C. Ml. sou. Secretary.
PL&.TTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
Preideut Kobt. B Winilban
1st Viee Presideut ...A. B. Tod
irud Viee l'resideut Win Nevill.
Seeretary K. Herrinaiii
Treasurer F. K. Uutbinai
.1. C. Kichev. F. K. White. J . C. Patterson
J. A. Conner. B. EI.-ou, C. W. Shermau, F. Sor
dr, J. V. Weckb:icli.
McCONIHIE POST 43 C. A. R.
HOST E a.
J. W. Joiivsom Coramandei
IV S. Twins Senior Vice "
K a. Baths Junior " "
;ko. Niuks Adjutant
Hxsitv Stkkigiit ii. M.
M ai.oX Oixov Ofllcerof the iiaj.
Oh aki.ks Foki)
Jii.OB MB'. KM AX
..Quarter Master SerKt-
i;. c. uyTs
Mueiiax Saturday eyeninj;
V- HKIHv.v.nrwnrVMl I
women. Dr. Pierce Fmrorlte Freccription is I
rpecine for all those Chronic weak neuea ana I
7 am v ail a wa v v r . I
ral as well a uterine, tonloand nervine. It
irnpani yijor aoq nrrnfin w in wdoi j w:iiu
indiffGtftion. Mnatinr, weak back, nervous pros- I
t ration, delnhty and ftleeplenes, in either sex. I
lr 1. Mnf nlir ivitnfwiiinHMl hv an .iivrwniHsl I
physician, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. PurelT vegetable and perfectly
harrnlcM in any condition or toe system.
Favorite Ireerlp- I
tlon is the only medicine
nnd.r m. noaltlva
forwomen.soid r.y aruirtf mts,
printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully
miniil out tnr many yeara. i
For ianr illustrated i realise on iiiseasesor i
XMxnjtv ibso pa?s:with full- aircctionr lot
iMMne-treatmont). send ten cents in stamps;-' i
AiaocjATlox, 6y Main Street, fluff alo, jf.' Tj I
MANUKACTCRER OK AND
VHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo and 'Buds
ULL LIS 07
TOBACCO AXD S3IQKERS' ARTICLES
lwir'-'' .tockf Not, 28. X 885.
Sh?rrin tfc Williams mixed paints, the
l3st in tha market, at Fricke & Co's. drug
store. 8 tt
BROKE LOO E AGAIN.
Chicago Anarchists Issue Another
I Circular Calling For Money
Chicago, 111., Nov. 24. An anarchist
I . .i .:i 1.. -i ,.
iviri-uinr ui me nine iiiuiic jaiiiiuar ujr
circular of the stile made familiar
I lrson9 and Spies was well distributed
yesteruay iiirougu saioons oi me wesi
land northwest sections of the city. Aftar
asking subscriptions to defend the sup-
Po80t dynamiters, llroncck, Chlebouu
I atid Sevic, whose trial is to begin Mon
day, t he circular says:
Notwithstanding it (the law) has niur-
I capitalistic beast thirsts for more blood
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I nll(l apparently win nui lie sausneu uuiu
I it gets it. Mir workingmen of Chicago
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I Any day they are liable to be taken away
buuuut ivts uinmiMj9 t. lilt. iiuivu
I from flii'ir lo-enkfiittt tnliles turn from
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I iiil-ii laiiiuiL-Q am iulaitu up m jail uu
account of some trivial complaint from
I .. 1
i The paper oes on to say that capital
I ni 11 cr I tk stn .j I in. I nnii rlniina tlmr tliA
I -v-", m
I onlv wav to do it i for worklnsrincn to
orHnize and niiht far their rights. The
circular is printed in German and Bohe
mian, and signed by Frit Iienthin, on
,chalf of the newly organized Arbeiter
i iveeuis dciiuiz ereui.
A New Association.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 21. The range-
men and butchers held a linal conference
today. Tlie iuint ass ici ition will here-
- - .
a mm.uu3 i,u
f.,i ,,m p... .t,iwn, p
& llinksto le.i.ilad.lphi..; secretary,
it. jj. Taylor, of Djnver: treisurer. Jef -
ferson It.'ynolds. of L is Vegas, N. M.
i lid nunu J(iui i j 1 1 no9n .
w... ,v. w ra xt r q. ti,m
V IIKKI.INO, W. a., Aov, 34 There
this state which 13 worth mentioning.
On the face of the returns in the First
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district, Atkinson (rep.) h is 13 majority
fnr -,..- t.. tl.n ri.;l fr.n;
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(rep.) h:is majority on the face of the
reiurns, ana in tne rourri j. u. Miutn
(rep.) has VI ofli iial mijqrity after the
revision of the vote.
Washington, Nov. 24. Lord Sack-
ville am 1 his d mghter and Mr. and Mrs
Chamberlain left for New York on the
11 o'clock train yesterday, and today
sailed for France in the steamer La Bour-
gogne. 1 here were a largp ncinuer of
prominent people, including many mem
bers of the diplomatic corps, at the sta
tion to see them off.
The Vote of South Carolina.
Columbia, S. C, Not. 2 L Official
returns from over the state are: Cleve
land, 63,82.1; Harrison, 13,850. Demo
cratic majority, 52,083. The total vote
is 11,9:13 less then four years ago. The
democratic majority is 5.034 greater. The
delegation to congress is democratic.
Bond Offerings and Acceptances.
"Washington, Nov. 24. Bond offer-
lings at the treasury department yesterday
aggregated $190,QQQ. Qf this amount
$30,000 were 4 per cents, offeied at 128
and 123!, none of them being accepted;
139,000 4j'a were accepted at 1Q9 and
109J, and $21,000 offered at 09 were
Harrison's Plurality 14,372.
Albany, X. Y.,Nov.24. The electoral
VM3 1,1 " oiaic "n vuucu .,jr
flip t.itp honnl of rAnvflssrfi. i.4 an ful
l y y tf r 1
tows: l&epuoiican, o ju,oj; democratic,
63o,9oo; prohibition, 30,281 socialist,
aq. union IhIi r fk-'fi- nnifpii lrtlmr
- U,JS Union lalur t)-t, qnitea iaDor
clei:tors at hiree. 2.G6S
The Vote Of Kansas
Topek.v, Kas., Nov. 24. O.Iicial fi -
urcs i,u,u ",c "l ira,e,u"J
8how Harrison plurality over Clevland
; . v . n . TT t . . 1 .
in Kansas mj, i o. Harrisons electors re-
ceived 182,91,and Clevland s 102,730.
Carnev and McAuliffe
warney anq ")cMi"
Xkw Yohk, Nov. 21. Jem Carney has
deposited $1,090 with tle London
Sporting L.ife, for a fight with Jack
.McAuliffe for the championship of the
world in the light weight class.
Sorel, Qaebee, Nov. 24. Chief Jus
tice Armstrong, aged 68, chairman of
the labor commission, fill dead on the
street here yesterday from appoplexy.
Quay Calls a Meeting.
Washington, Nvv. 24. Chairman
Quay has called a meeting of the repub
lican n itionsd com nittee for Wednesday,
December 5, in this city.
0ving to the preyalence of diphtheria
and oth?r contagious diseases, physicians
ire requested to register all cases of con
tagious diseases at the office of the city
clerk. By order
Chairman Doakd or IIxvlto.
I HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and btrain
and cough and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold," and keep giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can le so easily rn-
i lieved by BEGOS CIIEltliY COUGH
oi uui'f u nas no superior, ana lew
equals. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co ,
Dont 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 you trail get every
thing in the f militate 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
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference m cheap nos
trums put up uy (Jlieap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
vuio reputuation and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price: No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as REOO'S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever bottle that
des not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.
jren'3 Overcoats at
Price Clothier $1.90.
Elson's, the One
Gold and silver watches enough to
supply the country at II- M. Gault's,
cheap and warranted to give satisfaction
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH
nat in me worm u 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 no advertising scheme, but an
actual fct, and we guarantee it, Sold
hy O. P, Smith & Co., druggists,
O. P. Smith & Co. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and fine New Years
cards this season.
If yon want a good clock, go to II. M.
Gault. He has a large assortment to
pick from at prices that can't " help but
That dainty lady tripping by,
How light her step, Ijow bright her eye,
How fresh her cheek with healthful
Like roses that in Mnytiinc blow !
And yet a few weeks have passed away
Since she was fading day by day.
The doctor's skill could naught avail;
Weaker she grey and thjn and pale.
At List, whil iq'a iiopeles.3 frame,
One day she said, "There is a name
I've often seep a remedy
Perhaps , twill Uepj J pan but try."
And so according to direction,
She took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. And every baleful symtorn fled,
And she was raised as from the dead.
New York's Artificial Boncje.
Some of the beauty eeeii Praadway
fs gKqctiagly bleached. There seemed to
be a reform well started in the matter of
artificial blondes, and for awhile some of
the foolish users of bleaching acids
showed signs of repentance. It is diffi
cult for a fashionable sinner of this sort
to become good. It wn necessary ' to
cither let the natural color of the nair
assert itself at the roots, and slowly pro
gress outwardly, thus leaving for a con
siderable time a sharply defined border
betweeij tlie two hues, or else puf al) the
hair off closely, ahej wear a wig until a
new growth was secured.' Many repent
ant fraudulent blondes put themselves
right, however, and it W-aa hoped, that
the yellow mania vpv44 entirely subside.
But there is a i-elapse, at least among the
women who conspicuously promenade
Broadway. The majority f tne offend
ers, however, are actresses, and our
genuine women of fashion are letting
their liair have its own way as to color.
A young woman went down Bruuiway
J'ust before pjc. Her hair Was 'light
emon color. 1 It luid palpably been" made
so ty bleaching."" That would npt liaye
aroused special interest.
But ' J chanced o. soo that her eye
brp an4 eyelashes, contrary to the cus
tom of bogus blondes, had been also
blanched to match her hair. Usually
those hirsute adjuncts of the face are left
natural, for women who indulge in hair
bleaclung do not seem to mind easy de
tection, lms girls complexion -5
richly rosy, and not at all like the
freckled pallor that" characterizes a txih
blonde. Seeing hat the bright pink and
white of her face was truthful, and that
she had taken the unusual pains pf Vs
ening - her brows, and lashes, I was' st
anxjous abput hoi that I followed her
into a dime museum that has just been
opened close to Broadway. There I lost
6ight of her mysteriously, but her disap
pearance was explained when, ten min
utes later, I saw her take her place on
the platform with the human curiosities.
She was bulletined as a Circassian glr
and the lecturer told how 'she had been
b tough t from Circassia. The fact was
that; since coming in from the 6treet, she
had merely removed her hat, cloak and
long skirts, let down her fluffy liair, and
there she was a typical Circassar 'gh,'
or Albino, of the "familiaf "fehow." Thai
is what ve' come to 'In the excess of
fashion. A bell of the promenade will
do for an exhibit in a dune museum.
New York Sun.
The United States, laid to be tlie
Bost fully represented, among the toui
Ls through tlie oldest land where civil
ization Las trod, which i3 Egypt. ;
A woman in New York makes her
liTics prepria5 cilTa foot jelly for the
Ills Bodily Preiocnco YVu Weak.
I rememl-r a cr.30 w here a suifll city
congregation that had among its meui-It-rs
scarcely a ni::n that was even fairly
ne!l educated, heard a man preach sev
eral Sabbaths, lie was a graduate of a
New England college and of one of the
lest of our theological beminaries, a man
of good address, scholarly and gvntle
manly in his pulpit manners, a careful,
thoughtful semioniaser and a Ilucnt
sjK-aker. IIo was disliked; and when
some of the chief men were questioned
as to the cause of dissatisfaction, they re
plied, "lie doesn't have a commanding
The readers of this letter will recall one
of old of whom it was 6aid that his
bodily presence was weak and his speech
contemptible; but they will be forced to
admit that Paul was, after all, something
of a preacher. This congregation in
search of a "commanding presence" were
a feeble folk, numerically and iinanciallyi
and though the Lord's jeople, however
poor and weak, ought, theoretically, to
have the very best in the way of spiritual
food, yet as things are in tho church, as
wen as in mo worM, u n a question
whether they were wholly wise in looking
for perfection in the Lord's vessel, and
whether they were not too slow in ap
preciating the Lord's grace contained in
it; and although ministers ought not to
bo rated by the amount of salary that they
receive, still this incident will remind
many of tho man who said, concerning
an underpaid servant girl, "You can't
expect all the Christian virtues (oi- $3 a
week." Tho Centur v.
After the Yellow I'ever.
As soon as the epidemic is over the
first step would ho to have a thorough
and systematic house to house investiga
tion, and all places carefully noted where
cases occurred. In these houses the mat
tresses, blankets, carpets and woolen
materials should be burned. The linen
and cotton goods could bo effectually dis
infected by thoroughly boiling in a 'com
pound prepared for this purpose, By
this rncafiS, think, tho city could be
freed from tho microbes and another vis
itation next season fully prevented.
To do this would cost a great deal, and
tliat Is one reason why the government
could do it far more effectually than any
committee or other authority. It cer
tainly would cobt from J0G,00o'"to
$175,000, and perhaps more, including,
of cp.uist!, payments for goods destroyed
to those who could not afford to lose
It will take fully q months to do all
this, but something energetic must be
done, for it will not do to have a second
epidemic. A season like this costs this
country an immense amount of money,
and no expense should bo spared, m
stamping it out. Dr. Paiter in New
Millionaire Flood's Gold,
fcioocvs estate is valued by good judges
at $13,000,000, At tle height of the
bonanza excitement, when shares, on the
leading uiines brought $900 and paid $.30
a month dividend, Flood's wealth was
rated at $40,000,000, but then came the
great shrinkage in Comstock values,
which cut down the forluuo of all tho
mining millionaires fully one:hali'-, ami
Flood's losses by the Neyada bank wheat
deal were fully $.5,060,000, The prop
erty wiU probably bo equally divided be
tween the wife, son and daughter. Tho
latter was always Flood's favorite, and
at one time she possessed in her o.wr,
right $3,000,000 in real estate and, gov
ernment bonds. She. javo. much of thia
to help her father out of hi embarrass
ment 'a" year ago, but still owns alxmt
$2,000,000. Young Flood is shrewd
but has no stability, and the old man
never trusted him :u any lanre deals.
San Francisco Alta.
Breaking Vv. Jnulap belosion.
The Thirteen club, of New York citv.
may be set down as a practically useful
affair in the way of breaking up a ten
dency to superstition. Where the inher
itance of sacred days and days of evil
omen come3 from, with the belief in cer
tain numbe rs lVrtuiialo and Olheiw a
associated with d.angvT, does K&t co .much
concern us as how to uot ii l of tho no
tion. Onea f ihe'udgysf New York fetate.
ami wo believe two or hivo v ?- $v!:t r-. ito
longer sentence c-rtntUuda to bo hnngci
o:i Frv.hiy. The Thirteen club a dc-
lio i;ta a, tempt to break tho poj ular de
luftion that a gathering of thirteen im
piics disaster to oae or more of t:;e -artv.
This club lately enjoyed ic; sevc::ty-ni:ali
i:::ier 1:1 a Cumeso restaurant. A Z..o::
oli;tn meul v: terved ;vl i'uir-: with
-.op tticks. ( iol-ic-iJcmcvyrat.
litnro of 'T.l:Lnor ICIrt"
The popular, authoress v.vA r.cr;-pr.ix'i
writer. fIlanor Tfcru h oC Uieciiuci
hci;;Iit, ciuewhat fctoai, tut very tiuiek
in her movements, Ilex faco in its pro
lilo reminds ono strongly of He nry Yard
Beeeher a rescmblauco v.-hicli is iu
creasod by hc-r snow white hair. Her
cc-rresjiondents frequently address lit-r as
"ULij Kirk," but bho is really Mrs. . M.
Ames, and has be. iv iov"f6r uiany
years, oi-cling' to Ork-utsl ethics, she
bhould be a happy woman, for the lias
been tho "mother of sons," four of whom
give her tho maternal title in which h.er
woman's heart rejoices, and her- r3
daughter is never oiij ahpnt from her
side. Cimnt Literature.
Ectter 'lUiUi QcUl Ur.viug.
An ex-newspapcr man lias invented a
spring and air cushion for freight anc
fassenger cars that has, been adopted b
he master c-V builders, and that has
brought to its mventor tne comfortable
6ui4 pf T0,00Qcaah; rittiburg Bulletin.
v Germans in France.
It seems that there are now c'j
100, CC0 Ceroans in Franccrres tlian
half the number that lived there before
tie rnmcG-Prussiaa ' war. " 21 ore thai
r-e-thiri! cJ iixr- f p ti
TflTTS Tli arm rtrrrei
In riattsiroiith, is wry sorry
To e.t wi i lv. JOK is
mAD MONKEY COMPETITORS
r;-y tor t!i ; i
Woiihl alvise Mr. Monke
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iiit'iingiTie ;uki ciiarjreiulmitwioii,
tins mad comrtitor nnu-h hetter
oiiiiiotitors :irt iiiad hcp.-insi- H hMst
hcc.ause he lias .lcstroycd a
t (foods at Honest
getting larger every
y it by misrei)resenty.tim,oi'
people won't he misled any "ionger, tor they 1;,,om- .JOK is M-lling
goods at an Honest lVofit
A n d at One
JOE is selling hetter good tor Ies
an JOE'S leans. It costs
Solomon & Nathan's Old Stand
3ST cbraska's XiQading;
lVr 31 on tli.
1 eat .
To January lt, 1KOO, i1.0(.
ThN reli .hie an.1 farless j.iitrn.-il liai chal
lenge. the atlniiration of the (country in ttl
cainpaigii just cIoskiI. - it wax t!-e renrKi-iiia-tive
Kiubl:ca!i daily of N-hr;isl;, n t in oti
of the leatin n -wspancnt 'ii ih' mini ry .
In tlii.' future as l ln .j;.st lh 1: i-c m icas
will iv.iitiiiUri t exvh In evrytliiii. If priuls
ai.1i i!es. t U hiijihr. clean. en iveiii
atict ii y.
T'n k Ki t-huc.vv appeals t- lt friHdn in
every votimr pr- inct to i-'ivp tlifir personal
an Glance in extruding its circiilaliou. S.-nd
for sf.nipte cop es. Mail Lift of iiJiiief, Uaife
IT IS THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Tli Wkkki.v Bkpui'.i icax materially im
proved f.r 1S'J -puhlishfd everv 1 "liiirsity.
contains sill I lie news of tin- we-k Ji eon
dc!isd foi in. It it the het .k elieupfst
weekly newspaper p ;h:iimi an j where.
tiJAll re" ii"C! g fliou d he adi!resed to
t-IIEOMAHAJtF.lTBt.ICAN C I..
Oiuali i. Nt-lua.ktt.
OHiee over WV-ClIiV t.ie. J'aut tret-r.
ltidenee in lit S-u.lkiie.(.i;is )iivi-ri y.
Cliroii'c Oin-iicp-. htmI Di.a ii Wnniii mil
Children a spec',:0i Oince lio-iri, a to 11 a. in.
2 to 5 ap i o b p. in.
If yoi want anything in the jewelry
line, go to II. M. Gault lie will sell y;u
good goods at luw ju icea and guarantee
theu as re)i'epented.
The RncHt rx.-dr''in sets can be found
at II. Boeck's.
Smith & Co. will givt vny a fine
house anil lot in Yallery jdaca during
the nest u'ity days. K'leh perstin buying
i of goods during that time is enti'led
to a chance on the house and lot.
Elson the One Price is selliutf Chinchil
a Overcoats, Beaver CaJlars and Cuffs, at
'Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Iioeck's.
Gold and silver tpeciavtes at IL M.
his ,Iar of Ui-ans caused one ol hi-
rs of this linn!, M'iiuly
OIlKev UolllOeiitOr In ncl not 'iii.l o
' " "
tor ,IUK lias no iloiiU it woiihl
than contiiiuiii" in
l7suri'iVlVolit. JOK 11
..... . .... x - m m i - t
and his mad coin net itors cannot
hv r colled reduction i,i i-es. The
money th in ever !ic:;nl of hefore
not hi ii j
ss and no
S. K. THOMAS.
Alttrney-at-Ij:w mid Noiarv I'ulillf.
FitBelaid Jllot-k. I'latlMiiomi,. Ni b.
A. SI I.LJ VAN,
Attoroey-at-Lpiv. Will irive nrotnnt .-.t tei.f f,.r.
to a'J lilli-ilies- MltlliHted to Mm l.:,.
Kiut side. I'laltsiuouth. Nc l.
BAIiliGIi .SIIOI AXI IJATJI HOOM.
Hot and Cold r.aliat nil ho.irs. Ladien and
Children's Hair Cutting a npeclalty. Cor. .Mil
and Main, under CniiuthV.
DKNTi.H'. " '
in:, a. t. wmn.it.K.
The ramies Ot-i.li.tx." Teelli extrjiiled
without I li lea' l pain or harm. Ar.iliclal leelli
Inserted iiiiiin-diaiely alt.-r etraelln na nral
:iie when de-li .-d. ;oid :iiit all o'lier liiijntt
-tnctly II t -t elas. Oiliee in l uioii Uloek.
n :ocbkie1T "
"'I l:i.S. WOlli.K A
Staple a:::I Ka-icy (Intttr-f,
CriM-kei y, 1-lour and Feed.
C. F. SM I T H,
The Boss Tailor
Main Sr., Over ilfit s' hhor Mcie.
Has the bef-t and mof-t ccrriplet'; (dock
of KHinjdeH, both foreign t nd dobiestic
woolens that ever cHine wttt of Missouri
river. Note these iiic: Kumiifhi guits
from $1U to f.ir,, drefs Fiiitx, to $45.
pants 4, !?, $3..',0 und upwardg.
t3?Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition,
R. IS. WlXIIIIAH. .full aTuAVIKh
Notary VulHe. ?.otary Public
W1.!IA21T A IIAVIKM,
-attorn Dys - at - Law.
Office over Uar.lc of;Cafc County.
Pl.ATTSMOt-TII. - . NF.BHAfKA
C3-, J3. KEMPSTER,
PrsciiCul Piano and Oran Timer
First-class work gunrantet d. Aho deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at fJoeck't
furniture ftore, Plattunouth. Nebraska.
B. &. M. TimelTablo.
GOI!Cf; WKT. ;otN KART,
o. 1. 5 :10 a m. No. 2.-4 -M p. in.
Vo. a. 0 :V , . No. 4. io a. -.
No. 5 t Mr a. mi. No. fi 7 :13 p.
No. 7. T A i. in. No. 10. A :15 a. W.
:I7 p. m. "
NO. II ;27a. III.
A'l train run dallv by vritvot OrnaAa'. ftivpl
Tin 7 and 8 wliich run to and from Keliujler
daily except Sunday.
N. Is tu to Paclnc Junction tT
fit. from rf't J"" '
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