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Tilli bkiVj llKltALD : I'LA'flSlIOtmi, XEBgASKA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER U. iS88.
OTTS .173 X2, C S..
finished every evening exeeut Sunday
every rhurxiiiy mornlm;. Iteul.i-
itni:e, I'lalti-mouth. NHr..Mi
matter. om corner oi me ana
'J'cieplione o. 38.
TRHMS FOR DAILY.
One copy on year In advance, by niall....?ti oo
One copy per luunt'i. Iy carrier M
One copy per week, by carrier,.... 15
TRHMS rOR WRRKLV.
One aftpy one year, in advance,
Oue copy tlx month. In advance.
Our Clublng List.
WKKKLY II Kit a Lli and N Y. World..
N. Y. Trl e.
that the exist in r state of tilings involves !
much hardship anl wrong, are apt to
! rontluile that it lias no merit or moaning,
tlors no gol whatever, ami is the devil's j
work altogether. Hut tunny millions of
workers in this world, who have not ac
quired fckill in any employment, lind a '
livelihood at nil only because they can
work cheaply. Aud if this unskilled j
labor could not he performed at u low
cost, there could never exist those in
duntries in which skilled workmen lind
employment at $2 per day or more. A
minimum for wages would mean a mini
mum of work for the best as well as the
poorest worker, and so would injure all
labor incalculable. X. Y. Tribune.
. Y. I'rei-s
N. Y. I'et -i .'to
Harpers lWa;:iziiie 4 m
Weekly. 4 7.-,
" l:zar... 4
" YoutiK P'opl' 3 :v
Neb. Tanner -i 0
ly Mii7ine a 10
American Mu'zlnc 2 ."
Ik the Spiinger fails t pass in
congress, it is reported that 10,000 men
will invade Oklahoma about the middle
Nkw Mexicu and Montana are asking
congress for appropriations for the pur
pose of sinking artesian wells in the hope
that they could be used in irrigating
arid land. It is hoped that the appro
priation asked for will be made. A suf
ficient appropriation of this charater
bhould be made to sink experimental
wells in every important part of the and
region. It is especially desirable that
they should be sunk in southern Nevada.
There is a vast area of country in the
southern part of that state which would
be valuable if it were reclaimed from its
arid condition. It is possible that this
result ' could be attained by sinking
artesian well. Denver Republican.
We had intended editorial comment
on the uncalled for attack, in the Jour
nal, on Christmas eve, on the jury which
heard and decided the Oliver ca.se; at
the same time we fully recognized the
fact that the name of anyone of those
gentlemen was a suilieient answer to any
attack which the Jounal could make
upon them. As it is, we publish a com
munication from an indignant citizen
and friend of the jury, today, which we
hope every man iu this community may
read. It sizes up the foul crank of the
Journal (excuse us for the phrase, which
is so apt we cannot forego its use in this
connection) iu a manner everybody in
IMattsmouth can understand appreciate.
The only thing that surprises us ia the
course of the Journal man is that any
one io weak in character and so open to
criticism in his life and name before the
public, would undertake to criticise even
a yellow dog, let alone first-class citizens.
"We" cannot do the subject justice.
"The tetter-board of life goes up
The tetter board of life goes down.
Up and down, up and down one day
a Millionaire, text day "dead broke"
one d:iy buoyant in spirits, next dy
gloomy ns a fog one day in seeming
pet feet health, next day "laid out" with
a billions attack of your stomach "on a
strike." This is the way the world wags
now-a-days. If you are bilious, melan
cholic, dizzy headed, dyspeptic, want
npjMlite or have torpid action of liyer,
kidneys or bowels, take Dr. Pierce's '
I'lca-ant Pellets purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless; one a dose.
MINI) NIC WEKKI.Y 1IE11AI.D to SOllH'
friend in the east for a Christmas present,
Not every woman, who arrives at mid
dle age, retains the color and beauty of
her hair, but everv woman may do so by
the occasional application of Ayer's Hair
igor. It prevents baldness, removes
dandiuff, and cures all scalp diseases.
I he latest Novelties of Neckties and
Mulners at Joe s, The Only One Price
Clothier in Plattsniouth. ' tf
HilMC MACHINE 1
Couucllnien, 1st ward,
What Am I To Do?
The symptoms of biliousness are un
happily but too well known. They differ
in d liferent individuals to some extent.
A uiiious man is seldom a breakfast eater,
Too frequently, alas, he has an excellent
appetite for liquids but none for solids
of a morning. I Ii3 tongue will hardly
bear inspection at any time; if it is not
white and furred, it is rough, at all
The digestive syshm is wholly out of
order And diarrhea or constipation may
be a symptom or the two may alternate.
Tht rs are often hemorrhoids or even loss
of blood. There may be giddiness and
often headache and acidity or flatulence
and tenderness in the pit of the stomach.
To correct all this if not effect a cure try
uncus Auyit.sc flower, it costs but a
tri.'Ie and thousands attest its eflicacy.
jSend your job work to the ITekald
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
If you desire to purchase a sewing' machine,
ask our ajrent at your place for terms and
prices. If you cannot find our asrent. write
direct to nearest address to you lielow named.
Board Pub. Works
- - w K lox
Jam r.g Pattkbhon.jk.
- liYHON CLAKK
- A MAOOLK
W II MALIC
t 1 M JONKH
I lH. A HHIPMAN
( D 11 I
4 COS O'CONNOB.
I P McCallkn. Pres
NEW H0ME5EWING MACHINE G.ORANGLMASS.
cmicabo - 28 UNION SQUARE.Nx DALLAS.
ATI ANTA GA TEX.
st Louis. mo. WrRAWCleC0CAt,
THE NEW Jio.ur; SKWIKG MA
CHINE CO., Omana, Neb.
HEALTH IS WEALTH !
Oepuiy Treasurer, -
Recorder of Deeds. -
Clerk of Dlntrict Coart.
Supt. of Pub. School,
Meeting of Two Great Stoims,
TBE STORM OF REDDC1I0H! STORM OF PATRONAGE!
D. A. Campbrll
V. U. Youu
JOHN M. Levda
W. C. Khowaltkr
J. C. KlKKNHAKV
board ok mupervisors.
K. B. Todd. Ch'in.. - - l'lattsmouth
Louis Koltz, - Weeping Wnter
v. i. uicKsos, - n..inwooa
tllKVl 1 I tiliALM 1
Dr. R. C. West's Xerve and Iirain Treatniebt
a guarantee specific for Hysteria. Dizziness.
Convulsions, Kits. Nervous Neuralgia, Head
ache, Nerveous Prostration caused ly the use
of alt-ohol ortob.-icco. Wakefulness-. Mental De
preion, SofteniiiK of the Brain resulting in in
sanity and leading t misery, decay and death,
reniature old Ae, Barrenness, Loss of Pow
er In either sex. Involuntary Bosses and Sper-
inai'iniKea caused ny over-exerlion ol tile
brain, selfabuse nrover-indnlirence K.inh box
contains one month's treatnuuit. $l.ou a box
or six boxes for S5.00, sent by mail prepaid od
receipt of price
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any cae. V.'ith etteh ori!er received
by us for six boxes. acconiian'ed with 95.0(1.
we will send the purchaser our written guaran
tee to return t lie reouey if the treatment does
not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only bv
WillJ. Warrick sole a ut, Phtttsmouth, JCeb
(1ASS LOD(J K No. 14C. I. o. O. F.-Meets
vevery Tuesday evening of each week. All
transient brothers as respectfully invited to
il l enu.
IJLATTMOUTH ENCAMPMENT No. 3. I. O.
- L. r .. meets everv a tprnala in
eacn month in the Masonic Hall. Visit in ir
'IiKHl LODGE NO. 84. A. O. V. W. MeeU
- every alternate Friday evening at K. of P.
hall. Transient brothers am resoeetfuiiv in
vited to attend. F.J. Morgan, Master Workman :
b. P. Brown. Foreman ; G. B. Kemster. Over-
eer; . a. i aite, f inancler ; ti. F. House
wortn. Kecorder ; M. Maj bright. Keceiver ;
D. B. Smith, Patt. M. v. : I. n. Bowen, Guide ;
- uii Aiiaiiitr t m i..
A look through our Stoo.k of Snltinors. Ovoronnta. Underwear and
r3 - o ' j - .
AVinttr Cnps will convince yon that our discount ot
20 Per Cent, From Marked Prices
H.u caused the stock to melt away like pieces of ice that (jueiwh the
tire imparched and burning palates. You never had
such values given 3011 before.
ASS CAMP NO. M.: at S WOODMEN
V of America .Meets t-cid and lixirth Mon
day oveuinK at K. o! p. ball. All transient
brothers are requested 10 meet with us. L. A,
nowuuiiiei, enernLie consul; r, Nlles
Worthy Adviser ; S. O. Wilde, Banker ; W. A.
A 20.00 Overcoat less 20 per cent discount means $10 00
A $15.00 Overcoat less 20 per cent discount means $12.00
A $2.50 Fur Cap les 20 per cent discount means $2.00
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER
All work first-elitss; west Fifth Street
North Robert Sherwootl's Store.
IJLATTSMOU'I H I.ODGK NO s a t ir w
Meets every alternate Friday evening at
Rockwood hall at 8 o'cIook. All tiaiislent broth-
eis are respecituny invited to attend. L. S.
inrsnn. jji. w. : v . Kov.l Knren. ... . K I'
Wilde. Kecorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer!
pi.ATXSMOUTH LODGE NO. 6. A. F.& A.M.
-- i.ieetsou tne nrst and third Mondays of
caen mount at uieir nan. All transient broth
ers are cordially in tted to meet with us.
o , J. G. KICHEV, W, M.
v' EB K ASIC A CHAPTER.
NO. 3. R. A. ,t
etS Second jlikI fmirrh Tnooiluu ,t
monis ;;t .uasun'e Hall. Transcit-ut brothers.
aio mviieu iu meet witll us.
r F. E. White, II. p.
Wm. It vs. Secretary.
This is the reason why we have been enabled to to reduce our stock,
as we do not care to wait for cold weather.
OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED
We will give you the same .Discount on all Winter Goods,
Silk Handkerchiefs and MiifflrQ
Unless more care is given to the hair
the i min man is liable to be a hairless
jinim il; hence, to prevent the hair from
falling use Hall's Hair Kcnewer.
A worthy clergyman seeking a remedy
for the evils which the working people
have to bear, proposes as a solution of
the great problem a single law fixing $2
per clay as the minimum wages of labor.
I'ut why so low? Why not make the
minimum $10 while wc arc about it; If
good can le done by this procc, if the
great body of working people can be
helped to more comfortable Uvea and
happier homes, v. ould they not be more
comfortable with .10 than with $2 per
Only the advance in w.igc, If effective,
would make the eo-t of producing all
sorts of things several times as great.
Keckoning from the unbroken prairie or
Ail parlies Knowing tiiemselves in
debted to nje. are requested to balance
their accounts on or before the first day
of January 1SSS), as, after that time, all
accounts will positively be left in the
hands of a collector.
Nov. 26. tf
WHAT ON EARTH
Is 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 profits,
rati er than take a medicine of world
wid3 reputation and one that is giving
universal sutisff.ct ion at equal price? No
medic ine in the world is giving such un
parajlvlcd satisfaction for purifying the
Wood as IJEGO'S BLOOD PURIFIER &
RLOOI) MAKER, and every bottle that
does not do its work will cost ycu noth
ing, I'or sale ly O. P. Smith & Co.
Prench Health Seamless
AlU UOJIMANIJARV. NO. S. V T
-aieefg ur.se ami tinrd Wednesday night of
"tu "Jooin at aiasoTs nail. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited-to meet with us.
wm. Hays. Kec. k. k. wm v it
i AMuousuLRU. 102I.KOYAL U5CAN0M
n eeis tne ecouu and lourth Mondays of
cdtii muum ui Arcauuiu lii:
,A1 a It. N. Ulekx, Kegent.
P. C. AIinou. Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OPTRA D
President...... Robt. D Windham
1st Vice President A. B. Todd
zua vice rresiuent Wm Neville
r.r.Tr.-.urj F. Herrmann
treasurer y. r. Guthman
J. C. Kichev. F. E. White, J C. Patterson,
der. J. V. Week bach.
The Leading Clothiers. Cor. Main and 5th
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. RT
, . KOSTKK,
h. a. liATKs,. ;;....;.;, junior
-. . u.nr,iuul O. M.
:l alox Dtxon .- Officer of the Day.
AOOiC0Bur.EViAir,, V.guarter Master 8ergt.
Wearing Saturday evening
Special Sale commencing November 12th, continuii
The Daily IIkk.m.d
'.."Jets, per week.
I Jiysuians prescribe Ayer's Sarsnna
."II : . r .
mil i i case oi scroiuia, anil in everv
form of chronic disease, becnase this
n.i.ili ni a on fjin fAl' n -1 .........
tia lintfnoil r trm i r finI tilurf 1 . . .
1 ; inj.i.iy concentrated, than any other
preparation. It can always be depended
more than nine tenths of the cost of all
things purchased is the cost of labor.
I'ut the wages five times as high, and the
cost of things which the worker has t"
buy will be raised also, perhaps not a
much, but enough to take eway nearly
nil the disired benefit. During the war,
indeed, when wages were more than
double the usual rate, the wage-earner
actually earned less than before, because
prices had risen more thun wages.
But that is not the wor.-t. Production of
a crc.it many things would be rendered
impossible, not merely by extravagant
minimum, but by any minimum for
wages other than that fixed by the general
demand for laboi. If th; production of
this or that article should thus be pre
vented, because at the price resulting
fiom higher wages it could not be sold,
then there must be fewer persons employ
ed. How would cotton-growing advance
with $2 per day for every worker? What
would farmers raise if tiiey had to pay
$32 per month for even the most
unskilled hands i J
Has the clergyman considered what 1
npo:i as an effective blood purifier.
Rernett & Tutt have nice Olives, mixed
and piain Pickles in bulk or bottles, tf
We will pay the above reward for anv
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigetion, constipation or
co-tiv ness we cannot cure with
V, c.'t i-getable Liver Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied with.
i ncy are pureiy yegtiaiie, and never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
containing 30 6tigar coated pills, 23c.
tor sale by all druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The gen
uine manufactured only by John O. We
& Co., tH2 W. Madison St. Chicairo.and
Sold by W. J. Warrick.
FURNITURE EMPORIUM. P
Tin 5". r 1 rjra... I
rauui, uimug itoomana KJtcnen
The Largest and Most Complete Stock in the City.
AND A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HEARSE FURNISHED FOR ALL FUNERALS.
HENRY 13 Oil! Civ.
rian Cloaks and Children's AVV T-; on .
-i , 1 - -v inrr CUIIL less IJin lirif'f
offered anywhere in the city. Examination Am prove statenient!
mense line and will
Plenty of feed, flour,
meal at Ileisel's mill, tf
CO'J -HI and COUCH! and COUCH!
Wh it in the world is the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
BERGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your rough at once?
This i.i no advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith & Co., druggists.
injustice his plan would work to the i
. :.. I,if!nn!nf tit lenrn lirm- I
young j - - - J)est i:, je raarketf atFricke&Co's.drug
to earn a living, u v- store. 8;tf.
A ,l!-r or nothing, it would be nothing.!
dollers or non.iu0. o HOW CAN PARENTS
.i ...nnr t liniiunnii rases wlilCIl
, , . . - t allow their clnUlren to cough and
-Le every year oi u.e.. , an con aml camj snj: oh j
, "4on and coaii elled to learn -j nly a little co'.d." and keej) giving then.
"ov outset they are willing to cheSi and rtanjerous medicines, until
they re down with lung fever or cpn
iuii)!n, when they can be so easily re
lieved V R EGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYUUl'rV t has no suiiorior, and few
Shc.--.vin tfc Williams' mixed paints, the
The Jlcautiful Engraving of the Celebrated Picture,
discount same 25 per
cent, as they must be
sold before the end
of the season. Our
PLUSH SHORT WRAPS
garments. We sell
them at $14.50,
worth all of $20.00.
(20 iiy 34: inches),
33 "32" IROS-A. bonheur,
: Y I I
we sell for S20
sell elsewhere at $27.
1 , .
fcU J i o a k- ft
sell- for 825
sell elsewhere at $35.
Plush Cloaks we
sell for $40 sell
elsewhere at Si
Plush Cloaks we
.,11 a r
aeu ior o-i sell
. - -'
A Full Line of
sold at the lniicf
TO EVERY NEW SUBSCRIBER OR RENEWAL
Comfortables and Blankets
A. Fine Selected Line of trom $1.00 up to 9.00 a pair We havo
the finest 15 cent Batting in the city.
MOCRAT U NDERWEAR
In Natural Wool, White Colars, Scarlet Strip?, Prices 1
ouse in the city, as we arc over-stocked with these rrnods
$1.00 PER YEAR. CALL AN1 SATISFY YOUltSELVES.
i rp. iati
r.., while learning, and
' 9 i that than fctarve.
i . Vjrnlfl pmnlov
Postmasters or JSewsdeakrs vill receive your subscription, or
remit tnrcct to tne
Slippers at 2Carrrcs.
The liyht runninsr Howe
Sherwood's only $25.C0.
TiMTTiMn nry ct t httto I
i pirenrm tv. ininn r..e 1 t.-.tt-et-t-t- nt- -1 .
Robert best in the market, at Fricke & CVa rr- ! C' "-V r -'
r?re. , - ' I
Yours Iespcctf ally,
J7 "7- p.
tc Ut a lar,; '
l 've"t i
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