The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, November 27, 1888, Image 1

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SECOND YEAtt
PLATTSMOUT1I, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVE3IJ5EK 1888.
Ol'FIGlJIJS.
Mayor.
rrejurer, -
F.M. KflllKT
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JAMK4 I'ArTKHMOX. JK.
Attorney,
K114 iiie-r,
Ir.liJI.
Couucllineii, lit ward.
A MAIioi.lt
W II Malick
I J V WmnHAiu
I A (tAI.IDBlJBY
i It M Jon km
I I . A MIIPMAN
) M ri Muhi-hy
I s W lorrN--l
Com O'Co.smih.
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3rd
4th.
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W JonNH ,CHAIHJt AN
lioaid 'ut.Vurks
OKIKK
WKSVYoKTII
GOUjYTY OFFIGKrvS.
treasurer. - - D. A. Campbell
lepnr 1'reAiurer, - - TlliM. 1'ul.l.ocil
Clerk. - - Hikd C'KiTCHririi
lriutv Clerk.
KXA CUl rCHMKLU
Keconler of Deeds -
I Monty ttcrl.-r
Clerk of District Co art,
Sheriff.
Surveyor.
Attorney.
M'ipt. of Puh. Hcllool.
County i udirrt.
W. II. I'ooL
John M. 1.kyia
W. C. 8HOWALTKK
J. C. KlKr.NHAKt
A, Madulx
ALLKN ItKKHON
May.mahu Spink
C. UL'SSKLI.
Hl'AOl) OK KUrr-KVIKORrt
A. II. Toon. Cti'm..
I'lattsiiioutli
Weeping Water
I.OIH4 KOI.TZ,
A. It. IMOKSOX,
Kimwood
GIVIG SOGIIi'l'.MS.
ill
I.OlXiK No. 1IC. 1 O. O. F. -Meets
veverv Tuesday evenitnr of each week. All
transient brothers are
attend.
retfLteellully invited to
IJt VTTMOUril KN'CAMPMENT No. 3. 1. O
o V.. meet every alternate Friday In
each mouth lu (lie MahmiIc Hall. Visiting
Hrjtliers are Invited to attend.
fllttIO LODUK NO. HI, A. ). V. W. Meets
I. Mverv ultrnat t Friday eveuiuir at k. of I.
h ill. Tr&usle-it brother are respect! ully In
vito 1 talteiiJ F.J. Mirjttn.. Master Workman ;
F. P. Brown. Foreman : ti. H. veuitt'jr. nver-
po-r; It. A. Taite, Financier ; i. F. Motive
worth. Kecorder; M. Maybrtglit. Keceiver
l. B Hinitli. Frt't M. W. : I. N. Buweu, Guide
F. J. Kuuz. Inside Watch.
1AHS CAMP KO.332. MODKKN WOODMKN
J of America Meets second ami fourth Mod-
d av eveiiiuK at K. of P. hall. All transient
lirolher are requested to meet wltll Uf. I.. A.
Neweoner. Venerable Consul ; !. F, Nilev,
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. V llde. Banker ; W. A.
lioeck. Clerk.
ULATTSMOUi II LODGE N0.8.A.0. V. W.
-- Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Itock wood ball at 8 o'cIock. All transient bio til
ers are respectfully invited to attend. I S.
l.nraon, M. W, F. Boy.l, Foreman : 8. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer,
HI.ATTS MOUTH LODGKNO.tl. A. F. & A.M.
J- Meets on the flrot and third Monday of
ea.'h mouth at their hall. All transient broth
ers are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. U. ItlCHEV, W. M.
Wx. Hat. Secretary.
L'RIiKAHKA CHAPTER.
NO. 3. K. A. M.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Maon'e Mall. Irauscleut
brothers
are Invited to meet with us.
F. E. WlilTK, II,
Wm. I1 vs. Secretary.
P
fT. ZION COMMA DiRV. NO. 5. K. T.
'Meets first and third Wednesday niirht of
each month at Maso i's hall. VUitintf brother
lire tordialIr invited to meet with u.
Wh. JUv. Ko. F. . Whitk. E. C.
lASSCOUXCItNO. 102I.KOYAL AltCAXUM
J meets the veoond aud fourth Mondays of
i ach month at Arcanum Hall.
U. K. (i(.KN3T, Regent.
f. C. Misok. .Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President Robt. B Windham
1st Vic President .....A. B. Todd
2nd Vice President....'. Win Neville
Secretary -. F. Herrmann
Trea-mrer . F. K. liuthman
PIRKCTOIt.
J. C. Kichev. F. E. White, J. C Patterson,
J. A. Conner. B. Elou. C. W. Sherman, . Uor-
der. J. V. week bach.
McCONIHIE POST 43 G. A. R.
BOSTKR.
J. .V. Jonssox " fTommander.
(V 3. Tviss senior Ice
V. a. ISatxs,... Junior
(u). Mlm Adjutant.
KZNKY STHKIUHT ,, Q. M.
Malox Uixox .Oflloeroi the Lay.
CkaklhKohd ,..,f... " uard
Axueuiox Fuv Serift Major.
JAOOMdOHH'.KKAX.. ..Quarter Maxter Kertct.
I.. C.Curtis Post Chaplain
Meetlmr Saturday evening
C3-. B. KEMPSTER,
Practical Piano ani Organ Tuner
AND RKPAIIIKR.
First -class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Ofiice at Cocck's
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska
..4 .
: 1
for an Incurable case of Catarrh
la t& Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
Synptomi of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of noae. discharges falling- Into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, ring-irjff in ears,
deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expecto
ration of offensive matter: breath offensive:
tmeU and taste impaired, and general debility.
nlv few of these symptoms likely to be pres-
entatonce. Thousands or cases result-in. poa ;
sumption, and end in tbe'gThve.-'' -1
I Ily its milf. soothing-, and healing properties, j
fir. Sage's Kemedy cures the worst cases. 60c.
The Original
lrrru
AO
a a viTVl I rvrn Dii i
pure Sick Headache, ftillop Ifeadacbt-;
nizzlneae, Co naU patio u, Indlg-eatlou.
Hllloae AUaeksvand ail derangements of
tae stomft and bowels. 25 eta. by druggist.
JULIUS PEPPERBERG,
U 3rF.CTrBEB OF Ap
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THK
Choicest Brands of Ciffars.
o !
liiflad'ng our
Flor d Hepperberge! and 'Bud
yuix lisb or
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS ARTICLES
always in stock. Not. 8, 1883.
OSS
I WRECK ON THE RIO GRANDE.
An Operator's Mistake results In
a Terrible Catastrophe.
The Orders Conflicted.
Colorado Snti num. Colo., Nor. 27.
One of the most awful railroad catastro
phe in this state occurre 1 at 11 o'clock
yesterday morning on the Denver & Uo
Grande roud one mile below llusted,
where the Suit Lake express on the Den--ver&
Rio Grande collided with the uorth
bound Itock Hand pasaenger, killing
two men instantly and seriously wound
ing several other?.
The Denver & Hio Grande left the
union depot at Denver at 8 a. m., and
consisted of a baggage and mail, cnimi
grant, two passenger and a Pullman car,
all crowded with passengers. The train
arrived at Palmer Lake eight minutes
late, and started down the grade on this
side, running about thirty miles an hour,
One mile below llusted the road makes a
sharp curve aud cuts through a bank.
Issuing from the cut, the eugincer saw
rapidly approaching, the
Itock Island
train not fifty feet distant, and too late
to make any effort to stop. A moment
more and the two engines came together
with terrific force and fell over in a mass
of inextricable confusion. The tender
of the Hock Island train telescoped with
the baggage car, and the tender and two
baggage cars on the Denver & Hio Grande
also telescoped. All the passengers were
thrown from their seats, and a scene of
confusion ensued. Men, women and
childred rushed fur doors and windows.
The shrieks of the wounded were appal
ling, and, above alL was heard the hor-
rifyiug cry of " Fire!" Flames were
seen leaping from the Denver & Hio
Grande baggage car, iu which, by tel
scoping, escape to the men inside was
rendered impossible.
A dozen willing bands caught up axes
and other tools and the men were soon
freed. The flames spread rapidly and
two Denver & Rio Grande baggage cars
and one emmigrant car were destroyed,
With the aid of hand grenades the fire
on the Hock Islaud train was extinguish
ed.
V - m sn v
in tue kock lslana baggage car . were
found the dead bodies of th3 express
raesseuger and baggage man, both with
fractured skulls.
The killed are:
W, II, Phipps, express njesseqger on
the Hock Island.
J. II. Flynn, baggageman on the Rock
Island.
The wounded are :
Martin Monroe, engineer on the Denver
& Rio Grande, slight fracture of the skull
and badly hurt internally.
Piter Lunn, fireman of the Denver &
Rio Grande, head and face cut and inter
nal injuries; will probably dje.
Joseph R,erry, engineer, Hock Island;
head cut and body badly bruised.
Harry Smith, fireman, scalded aad face
and head cut.
The responsibility for the accident rest
with the dispatcher. Conductor Tom
Carence of the Rock Island train, received
orders at Colorado Springs to go through
to Denver, giving him the right of track
to Colorado Springs. No blame can oe
attached to the crew of either train.
Many passengers had severe bruises and
cuts, but none were seriously injured,
though their cscane is miraculou3."
News From Union.
Mr. R. Sapp, of Kansas, is spending a
few days here this. week.
Corn is not as good as some have an
ticipated, but is an average crop.
We are glad to learn that Plattsmouth
is still the county seat of Cass county.
Mr. A. M. Hose and son. constitute
the firm of Union Photograph Company.
Mr. J. Eikenbarv, ir.. alumnui of the L.
"""'-""''V t yt " '
B. college Saturdayed and Sundayed
ilnmp
at
home.
Dr. It. B. Wallace has taken possession
of his new and handsome residence on
Harrison Hill, I " guess."'
ma v la i " 1
furriy Ytgtta- t "e f resoyierian cnurcn is aimcsi nn
bu A UarmUn. ihened. and when completeI he' 8
tooa a cnurcn uuuciing as mere la in uus
community.
The Baptises are having meetings at
their new church in Union, evenings.
The church is a handsome one and an
organ and bell are soon to be added to it
One of our opulent citizens asked a
Chinaman in a Nebraska C.i;x laundry
why.' he' $ws k republican', and the later
replied: " a republican gets his shirt
washed once in one week, and a democrat
sets his shirt washed once in two weeks
Corn huskinz is still pravailine
throughout thda aectioncf Jqecoiinty and
Will fur eome (ime (o'corne amon'st some
of the oppulent class of farmers, although
several are finishing that had a small
crop. We have been blessed with a
splendid fall for doing all kinds of work.
AcRKRMK Box3m.
I .
Council Meeting.
The city council held their
tueetinr lost nisrht at the council
regular
chatn-
ler. The following members were
present: The mayor, clerk, Messrs Mc
Callcn, JJutton, Weckbach, blnpuiun,
j Jones, Conner and Salisbury. Mr. F
Guthman sent in a claim for $78.80 for
damage done his property by cutting a
sewer through his lot. Referred to com
mittee on claims.
The following claims were allowed
W K Fox, incidentals 4 20
Peter Merges, rent 20 00
Jones & Jones, sewer pipe 10 45
T L. Murphy, grading estimates.
T It Murphy, same
Geo Poisall, same on rd st . . . .
F M Richey, telegraphing
428.
40
815
10W2
52
73
30
M W Morgan, labor 40
50
00
00
00
00
25
Li Dose, labor
H Johnson, labor . .
C Ellis, labor.
Q II Poisall, wood
13
18
9
5
39
W II Malick, boarding prisoners
Mr. W. Cunningham asked the council
for remittance of special license on his
billiard tables, which he was unable to
use during the time which the special
license coyered. Ou motion the petition
was placed on file.
The judiciary committee was instructed
to draw up an ordinance creating funds
for curbing and sewerage, and to present
it at the next meeting of council.
A question was brought up before
the council whether they wou'd pay for
gas which the city was prevented from
using on account of the grading. The
mer was referred to the committee on
claims.
Moved by Mr. Jones that alley in block
62 be opened up. Carried.
Mr. Sherman's bill of $198.20 for
printing ordinances of city, was allowed.
The claims of $1G4.18 and $382.20 for
engineering on street aqd sewer work
were allowed.
The judiciary committee received an
offer from the railroad company as fol
lows: They asked for the ground now
used as second street for yard purposes if
they allow the city the use of the com
pany's ground about a half block west
now used as an alley. The matter was
referred to a committee for investigation.
A niotiqn wag made that the bridge
between 10th and 11th streets be re
moved and a new one put in. Referred
to committee on streets, alleys and
bridges.
Tle committee cm streets, alleys and
bridges has to instruct the street car com
pany to lay planks on each side and be
tween the rails along Sixth street and
wherever the track is too high for vehi
cles to cross.
Mr. II. Boeck appeared before the
council and claimed damages for the in.
jury done his building by the sewer
work. The board of works was author
ized to employ an architect .to estimate
the amount of damage don'!.
Thr 3rov.
?fov. 27, 1888.
Yery nice fall weather.
Corn husking has been nearly com
pleted. Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Kirkpatrick from
Nebawka, made Three Groves a visit on
Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cole took their
departure for Kansas on Sunday of this
week.
Brron E. Youn? and Richard McBroom
carne in' from, the west (Keya Paha Co.),
over a week agq. Mr, McBroom will
soon gq on to
Mrs- F. M. Youqg is slowly recovering
from, i severe spell uf sickness of several
weeKa.
The Latter Day Saints from Salt Lake
have been in the neighborhood preaching
the last week; one or two uihts down at
Rock Creek and one niht at the brick
school house.
Mr. Daniel Grower, lafe'iy fruro Jowa
aqd 4 Uroiuer- of Silas Brosser hs moved
on to his brother's place and will live
there until spring, and then he will move
outo his new place bought recently in
this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. "Walston, of Rock Bluffs,
have moved in with Uncle. J,injmy Chal
fant for tire preeqV njJncle im.my has
been peeping bachelors hall for some
months ou his old place.
Some comolaints have alrendv been
mdde about a certain piece of road be
tween this and Plattsmouth on the Tele
graph road. Somebody, perhaps the
supervisor, has been at work there and
left it in a condition that would e im
possible yQ Ji'&Vtt it ia freezing bad
weather. Mr. Bruner who has charge of
the road work this side has made won
derful improvements in the road, and
deserves considerable credit from the
traveling public Reporter.
'
The regular dwnial ineeiing o.i the
Cas Cbnly Agricultural Society, will
lie "held next Saturday, Decern I er 1st
1888, in Plattsmouth, at the County
Judges office at 2 o'clock p. m. All
members are requested to be present and
every one holding a family ticket is en- ,
titled to a vote.
Fred Girder, Pres.
COULEUR OE ROSE.
1 ct t mot r liven lu ahirU to love
Thin woi hi no full of beauty.
1 ruut mure iu'M to uae the naya
I know Of dtmii; duly
I n.'k no Krrnu-e jy limn thU
(So much I am lire' lover).
When I ri'u-h ae. lo turn the page,
- And reud eurth't rtory ovorf
(Oh. love, may ueur )
Oh. rapiuro promise of the May.
Oh. June, fiillllliux after I
If autumn ttilm wheu Hiinuner die.
Tin drow netl lu w inter's Uubter
O, fuaidfu (Juwua- O. wifely aouiu,
O. fcireu nn wt, sweet nights,
I'd want no heaven could earth be Rlveo
ARaio with iu delight
(If love Htayed near)
There are ouch glories for the eye,
Much pleasured for the ear;
- The eiik reel with all they feel.
v And nee. and tatite. aud hear.
There are auch vraya of doing good.
Such ways of beiug kind;
And breud that 'a vast on waters, fast
Comes' home again. I rind.
(Oh, love, fctay near.)
There aro such royal houU to know.
There is xo much to learu.
While set-rets r-st in Nature's breast.
And unnamed stars (still hum
God toiled tix !::;,'- I., li:;.Le ill::, c'lh,
I think the good folks say;
Six lives we need to five full meed
Of praise one for each day.
(If love stay near.)
But oh! if Love fled far away
Or vailed his faee from me.
One life too much, why then were such
A life as this would bo.
With sullen May. aud blighted Juue,
Blurred Onwu and haggard night.
This drear old world in space were whirled
If love lent not his light.
(Oh, love, stay near.)
Ella Wheeler Wilcox in Once a Wcelt
From the Great IMpestone Quarry.
There is much to indicate that the In
dians for rriflny generations have highly
prized the pi pest one for the manufacture
of their pities, and that it has been ex
tensively used by the red man for pipe
sculpture throughout North America.
.Chips of the stone, bcad arrow points,
hatchets and pipes of this material have
been taken from graves, mounds and
wells, even plowed up from fields, in the
various states, from Massachusetts to
Georgia. The Dakota Indians employ
seventy-five duTereut patterns in as many
materials, but the calumet is the one
venerated. Mr. Edwin A. Barber says:
''The fact that this stone has been taken
from Indian graves in the state of New
York, and that others were found on an
ancient site of a village in Georgia, at
opposite points, 1,200 miles from the
pipes tone quarry in Minnesota, revPHbi
the great extent of hiterpommunjoittion
vhich formerly existed amons this North
American people.. . There Lj certainly
strong presumptive evidence that the
stone of tho Coteau des Prairies has been
used for centuries, and iciliaps a much
longer time." Helen Strong Thorn psoxj
in American Magazine,
The Americans of Asia
Tho Japanese call themselves the
Americans of Asia and they are to a cer
tain extent right. They ere like the
Americans in their ready adoption of
new things and in their being ready to
risk the present for the future. TUty
aro quick witted and they yaui Tt'o be up
to tho times. Tlicy. iack; however, I am
prono to believe, the American's desire
of accumulation, his industry and pel
severance, and above all ln3 wouerfu
creative faculty. You v-ill llnd a patent
office at Tokio, bui ypu can ' number the
noted Japanese inventions upon ypu,r
fingers.'' Up to this stage in their caecer
the Japanese have bepn an imitative
rather than, a creative nation.' What
they have had in the past has. beei
adopted from pther nations, Tho civili
zation which preceded tho one now com
ing in was largely Chinese. Frank G.
Carpenter's Letter.
Frauds In Ufe Insurance.
Tho custom of life insurance compa
nies relative to payments of policies, v,-hc-io
death occurs from suicide ha3 changed
materially pf late. yeai-sT In the early
days of life insurance such claims were
never paid, and there i3 a provision jo.
mot;t policies issued heretofore iha the
claim liudl bo void if ho deceased dies
bv Ids own act. Tpdt at the present time
all large companies issue a policy whic h
b absolutely incontestable i'ov any cause
whateyep (not ejtoiudiag fraud in the ap
plication) after three years. Ihey take
tho ground that tuicido does not happen
frequently enough to make it an cleiaeut
of risk, and f;u-tnur tliat, so far us tvaiiO
Is couoi'rned, if they do rtQt discqvya.apy
thing cf tlu'.t naturo n thijde. 'yeaia' (hey
arj not lilzily ever tQ do eoC-Jteijtcir;
UtCe Cora's TTanilnjj.
Little Cora heard an older person re
mark that some one who wa3 ,n trouble,
was "in a pickle," Shortly afterward
her little brother attempted some dih
cult eat. '.-OJi, you, ' mustn't da that,
she'exclainaeii, ')r you will be in a cu
cumber." Youth's Companion.
Remunerative Occupation.
Ornamenting letter and note paper by
hand is beeoiuLu a very remunerative
branch of industry i:i New YorJ city as
well as in London,' Pa.ru aii Yciina.
New Orleans. Tim-pjopcVat,
. .. 4 . . . - -
vvcrsxoeked with Slediocres.
Wheu any profession or calling is over
stocked it means, generally, that there's
too largo an amount of mediocrity in
such profession or calling. Or, in pthr
words, there are too, many who 'can, dd
tho camo, hing equally well. There is
always a place for the. Vetter worker, the
man pr tfpman whose individuality and
originality can strike out in some new
path and make an improvement on the
old method, providing such worker has
force enough to keep on pushing h.is or tier
talent to the rpni a not use that same
fo6 yp 'dwelling on discouragements.
Prentice Muiford in New York Star,
T
01 ODB-Piice Cllli Mr
In Plattsirouth, is very sorry hi.-? Jar of Dean 6 cuucl one of li is
HI AO MONKEY COlPETITOuS
To get win ly. .JOE is sorry lor the neighbors of this mini, windy
Competitor.
mmi:u ;i ii; c .. r. i.vo-
ineiiagerie and charge adinissioii, for JOE has no doubt it would juiy
this mad competitor much better than continuing in the Clothing
business.
JT O
Competitors are mad because lie
mad because he has destroyed
selling Honest Goods at Honest
Trade is getting larger every day, and his mad competitors cannot
destroy it by misrepresentation, or by se colled reduction ju ices. The
people won't be misled any longer, tor they Know JOE is selling
goods at an Honest Profit "
And at One Price Only.
REMEMBER
J OE is selling better goods U,v less money than ever heard of before
in ilattsmonth,
DON'T FORGET
To guess on JOE'S Peans, It costs you nothing to guess and no
"monkeying" bu.sj.ness, either.
JOE,
The
COUCH! and CQUQH! and COUCH
Wliat in, vUn world is the reason you
Y'ili ffmgh and keop couliini; and 'il
keep trying inferior medieh.OH whom
IlEGGS CHERRY COVtf H 8YHUP will
positively rolcve your cough at or.oe?
Tljis U o. advertising scheme, but an
Bctun) fMCt. and we guavrtuttw l, Sold
by O. P. Siiiith & Co., druggists.
-Siuhh ite 0. will givu away a fine
house and lot in. Yaliry place during
the next sixty days. Enrh person buyinv
$5 Cif goods during that time is enti led
to. a chanco on the house and lot.
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. BoecU'.
HOW CAN PA3KNTS
allow their childen to cough and strain
and pUh and calmly say: "Oh! it ia
only a little cold," and keep giving then;
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re
lieved by IlEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP i It has no superior, and few
eqnaU For sale by O. P. Smith fc Co ,
druggists.
II. Rocck's furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most vxnp)etc
in the city.
hiJU-olo rent, bandy to the busi
ncto part of the city. For itifonuutioit
call at this ofiice.
Plenty of feed, flo.v,?, graham and
meal at IIeisiTf iCjb. tf
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people w ll not, can n -t, or
do not see any diftercnec in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rattier then take a medicine of world
wide reputuntion and one that is giving
univprsnl satisfaction t equal pU0-? No
medicine in the world is fciV'P sm h un
paralleled satisfacOin fr purifvinj? the
blood as tmQQ'S ,000 PURIFIER &
BLQOli IAKER, aud ever bottle that
d es nc do its work will cost you nolh
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
druggists.
Sherwin & Williams' mixed paints, tlu
best in the market,, at Frieze v t'uV druj
store. 8 tf.
-TJoi JrQ to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and led
room sets but go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thin;; in the furnit are line that will go to
make your home beautif ul &nd comfort
able; and abos Yt you can get it cheap.
Rc-merLcr Uiat he who sells most can
sell cheapest.
The standard remedy vr liver com
plaint is West's iver W1V; they never
djfiairi0.l yen. 30 pills 25c. At Wm-
IX
oinneuior to eu out and riart a
IS'
has destroyed High Prices. They are
a Usurer's Profit. JOE believes in
Low Prices.
othing Hustler.
STowspapor,
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'flPUBLIGAH
t.VII.V
S.i IVr.tiontli.
KIHTKIV.
WtO.Oa IV r Vrur.
U'HRKLY riMTlO.V,
To January tut. 1M(, I.(M.
TIiIk roii thle an.i feaiift-.. journal has rliaf
leuMl tiie a luiii;iLi.)ii of l lie country in tilt)
campaign ju-t :!.ihc I. It wa t!ie ruirHf uta
tiv Kt-ul)lica i daily of Nebraska, 'i l : one
of tlie IcaUiiiK ii siat?rH of the -u itry .
In the f utui'H as in the past l lie IC iriJBi icah
will contiuiK! t' excel In ;vrythintf. It iriiitft
ALL the news. It in blight, clean, cnerxelle
ami newsy.
Thk KKPum-irAN appeals to Its filcHdi in
every vatiu;; precinct t clve tlieir personal
aojiHtance in exten.iiii Its circulation. Send
for sample cop-.es. Mail Lint ot names. KajHO
clube.
IT IS THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
The Wkkklv Kkfl iji irN-Jaterla'iy fin
prove.l fur lssj -publtHe,! every Thursday,
contains all tli news of the week In a con
densed f-rm. It In the le-t 3aii t-heauest
weekly newspaper p.iblislie J aajiAnere.
rAH rerrittano-B Klion:d addressi'd to
TIIE OMAHA KEPt'dUCAN CO.,
Omjii i. Vtuiaktt.
C, F.SM ITH,
The Boss Tailor
llala St., Over Merges' fcl.oc Store.
Has the bet and most c nplete ttock
of samples, both foreign, imd demotic
woolens that ever cum.;, velt 0f Jli.t-ouri
river. Xote thew. ccs: Rusincm t-uits
from $Ki to t'.-ess suits, 1j-'T, to 45,
pants f 4. , pi, C,.lii and upwards.
JWill guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
Mrs. Simpson will rect i a few pupils
in music, on Saturdays, at Mn. Living
ston's residencf, corner Sixth and Oak
streets, plattsmouth, Nov. 19, 188. tf
Two or three fresh milk cows for sala
at Holmes' bam. t
A nice lino f silk and linen handker
chiefs and mufflers jut received at J. H.
Donuelly'a. tf
O. P. Smith & Co. bare the finest dis
play of holiday goods ever brought to
to the city.
A MAN FROZE TO DEATH !
Why?
Because he had no Gari.anu Stovk.
Buy oue of JonN.soN Bkoh. sept22-dlnu
Tha holiday stock at Smith & Co.V U
Immense this year. Call and aee iU
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