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Recorder of Deeds
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PL ATTS MOUTH SOARDOFTrt ADE
President Kobt. li Viinl!i:m
1st Vice lr'-i'lv.it.... A. H. To-i;
2nd Vice .'resilient vV;n Neville
Treasurer F. K. nmlimai
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Notice of City 1 ;ctlon.
Notice I- lier.-ht- uiva :t ir Tii"t I '
Apr I 2tl l. A.I t :. an e'ecti .-. be li-'l I f
the f 'llovvinii city m l i:'.i 1 '.:Y -vt of t!ie City
of Plattfinouth :
First Ward. oat ' f'. tei'ni i't.
ec'l'l Ward. Oie ' '.irf!!-naii.
Third Ward. Hi.- '"o i-.eiha i'.
Fourth Ward - l'n ri-.-iiiu in.
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erv t r l he thi ..f i v .
T- M.'iiib'rs t!i ' liJird to the
tenu f thi-f- ye u - i , ,.
5atd el-e-ii wi'l n-1 following
poJlin p a"-s ii e i of ii I wird-i :
Firs Ward at 11 ' 1 r's of;:
Second Ward at a ' t if v Ir-'ii Work".
Third Warl at o li'.'c of Uic'.t.'y ii.os. lumlcr
Fourth Ward a "a'i'r.n l i:e.l.?r o.Tlje.
Fifth Wrtr-i l.ri -k ho l ii "is.
And sai 1 J Alius "I e wi'l If i-en at di'
o'clock a. vt. of sai I : i-, and cl.i-e at 7 o'clocn
p. in, a id no I'ht.
IAtedat Claris iti.ii't.N' .'I irc!i9. V!).l9.
F. : i. Kichkv, .Mayor.
W. K. Fox, City Clerk..
A i'ROMISCUOU I PRIMARY.
Second Ward Democrats Make a
Punitory Assault on Their
Poor Municipal Nominations.
Tlio deiuocritU held their primary
iiuitiiiir lust niirht as was announced
and tuiiile iiomiuatioiu for their ticket
fur a couiicilmin fruui each of the old
wards to succeed the retiring members
The couticilincu whose terms expire this
spring are Mr. J. V Weckhach, ot the
First ward; D. M. Jones, of the Second;
S. W. Duttan, of the Third; and 1. Mc-
Calleu of the Fourth. The retiring mem
bers of the school board are Watth. Smith
and L. D. Iknnett.
AT TUB FIKST WARD.
The democrats of the First ward held
their caucus in the council chamber.
lLnry llerold was elected to the chair
for the occasion and F. Herrmann made
secretary. For their candidate for coun
cilman J. A. Connor moved the nomina
tion of A. Clark, the grocer, and Fred
Herrmann moved the nomination of C.
Brekenfeld, the hardware merchaut.
The vote resulted in 5 for Clark and lit
for Hrekenfeld und the chair declared
Brekenfeld to be their candidate. For
delegates to the convention tomorrow
evening to nominates for school board
the following were nominated: W. II.
Cushing, Ed. Stamm, J. A. Connor, F.
IC Guthman, A. Clerk, Fred Herrmann,
J. V. Weckbach and J. It. Cox. On
motion of J. A. Connor the delegation
vm instructed to vote for A. Clark as
on?, candidate far school board.
A SKCOND WARD SPLIT.
According to the report given us from
the Second ward the democrats
cooked themselves by their nomination
there, and thjir nomination for council
man was effected against a loud protest
fro n the minority. The meeting was
held at the school house, J. N. Wise
wai made chairman here and C. W.
Sherman secretary. Geo. Wcidmann
nominated D. M. Jones, -the retiring
cr.incilmlra of that ward; Win. Holly
no nioate.cl J. J. Dworack, the broom
factory m m and someone else nominated
S. F. Osborn, the carpenter. The Jones-
saloon faction of the Second ward dem
ocracy knew the slim recommendation
loues' councildiip entitled him for nn-
ither term, and anticipated the ignoring
f his candidacy this time, also knowing
th : attendance would not be very large,
acked the houso with voters of the
kns calibre and also doubled up on
ome of the Jones tickets This created a
m!-bu!, and a grand old tint 3 was
till but Jones came out ahead
ifter the double votes had
;en cist out, but a great deal of dissat
isfaction va expressed by his opponents
ind mtay declare opjnly, they will sup
port the republic in candidate. C. W.
Sherman was at the caucus and when the
v:ller repartid a double ticket for Jonas
td t!u pow-wow aros3. ha ro?e and
u 'ckly suggested it was not goo I demo
:ratic policy to wrap two tickets t gether;
ut .Mr. Weidmm, who voiced the Jones
n;n, made it very warm for his editor
hip in a hettsd rply. To rjprjsant
: lat w trd at tha damicratic sj'a ol con
vention Siturday night Messrs.' J. J. Do-
ick, Wm. Holly, Hirry Rjese, J. II.
Patterson sr., D M. Jonei, G. Turner,
C. W. Sherman, Chas. 31'iller were nomin-
Th3 democrats of this ward net at
lichey Bros, lumber yard. Here har
mony prevailed compared to the circa
it fie Second ward. Dr. Siggins was
made chairman and Dive McEatje sec
retary. Chis. Ilcmple, a boiler inak-r,
was na ninited for candidate for council
by acclamation. The delegates apiint
ed for the sc'j joI bo ird caucm are M.
W. Morgan, Dr. Siggins, Matt Gerfng,
W. II. Miller, Jas. Grace anJ J. M. Johns,
V. D. Despain.
R imxey's offica was the place of the
ourth ward caucus. Wm. Winterstein
presided with W. II. M ilick as secretary.
dcCallen, foreman at the boiler shjpf,
utgoing iU3mb2r of the cou icil from
that ward was renominated. T.ie dele-
gites ti tha school board caucus are Wm.
iVinterstein, Ben Ilcmple, F. D.
Lcn 'loft", Con Connor, W. II. Malick,
Henry Butler, John Blake and Henry
Mirt;n, instructed to vote for W.n. Win-
tersteen and Walter White as democratic
md: dates forschot)! board. Wintersteen
ras renominated chiirtnin of t:is city
V-mocratic central committee.
Tirj Fiftli ward democrats met eight
li onij at the school house, but were afraid
o d anything, and adjourned to meet
At th-'. same place at 7:30 tomorrow even
hoping for a better representetion,
t:d tUt school board convention will be
equ 'ited to wait till they make their
No Sunday Saloons in Omaha.
Mayor Broatcli, of (Jjuuha, has been
'"in the soup" for about two . wri-Un, on
accouut of the Sunday saloon law. No
matter which way hi turn-d eotmone
had hot words for him, a conliug to
newspaper reports. From the Ji'jtubU
van's view Mayor Broutch, at the last
organization of the council, to secure
the election of Mike Lie to the presiden
cy of the council, won the votes of
Councilman Kasyar ami Snuder for
Mike Lee by making a positive promise
that he would not issue a Sumlay clwsing
order. The trade whs distinct and both
councilman claim that they will inuko
allidavit to Uroatch's language.
Viheu the mayor took the opposite
couise both Kuspar and Sander went to
him, charged him with it, and stated
that if he did not modify his order so as
to allow the saloons to run Sundays,
they would have nothing further to witli
him. The mayor . said then that he
would not modify the order publicly,
but he would allow the back doors to
be open. Then tlie saloonkeepers met
and the account of the proceedings was
published in all the papers, with the
fact that the saloons had given money
for his campaign. This excited his
pride and he has decided not to allow
them to open at all on Sundays, and is
sued an order to that tffect.
Although ilayor Broatch won the
hearty disapproval of the saloon clemeut
he has made warm friends othfrwise.nnd
if ho stands firm will lm--e tiie support
of all respectors of law. Tuesday a dele
gation of most all the ministers of the
city called on him and expressed their
pleasure at his legal stand. The mayor,
without request, stated to them that he
was going farther and would stop the
sale of liquor Sundays at houses of pros
titution and clean out Hades Island.
(Hades Island is a strip of land north of
Omaha in the river, which is probably
the place-of darkest crime ami lawless
ness in Nebraska.)
If Mayor Broatch lias taken the dtcid-
cd stand which it appears that he has.
Omaha has the man at the head of her
municipal alfairs which she has long
been in need of.
Natural Gas st Hastings.
The newspnpers of the st.jte have
recently been paying some attention to
the reported discovery of natural gas at
Hasting?. The following is what J. J.
Wemple, a citizen of II i.-lings, is credit
ed as saying about it by the Omaha
"There is natural gis at Hustings.
Just how much there is it is impossible
at present to tell. The well as it now
stands will furnish a fl w RulHcieut to
boil water and burn wood. The com
pany being organized to develop the
well has not vet begun to push down the
large hole, bui it will be ready in a lew
days to begiu. The striking of gas in a
well in that locality was no surprise to
many of us. I have known for several
years that there were oil and gas springs
alons; a small stream south of Hastings.
There is " a farmer living on the stream
who has often dipped up this oily water
from the surface of the springs on his
farm, and burned it in the stove or in a
pan. There is evidently an oil belt
across that part of the sti.te.
North of Grand Island, at a place
called Dannebrog, there are gas and oil
springs that are quite remarkable for
their strength. One German there has a
barrel turned upside down over a gas
spring in his pasture and he can t;ike gas
from it at any time ami burn it like the
gas that comos from the factory in Oma
ha. If the rind proves to ba ns great as
it now appears, Hastings will oon dis
tance all towns in central Nebraska.
The people are not going to grow wild
over it. however, but simply wait and
hope for the best results.''
Capt. Iwidd's Long Diseuibmlicil Spirit.
A ghost in tho old Rock Hill estate at
Medford is the subject for gossip in that
vicinity. It i3 said to be the spirit of
Capt. Kidd, and this belief is founded on
an old tradition connected with the
estate. It is one of tho numerous places
where the fabled treasure was bidden.
Many have dug for it, and it is said that
some struck tho cover of the chest, but
it had a trait of sinking lower whenever
touched. Another theory is that the
midnight visitor is the spirit of a New
Hampshire farmer who was robbed and
murdered there. The majority of people,
however, have no story at all and will
believe in none. The visitor has the
usual characteristics of a ghost, and has
disturbed all the inhabitants in the
vicinity. Springfield Republican.
The 13 in poror's French Cook.
The expulsion of French cooks from
his household by the present emperor of
Germany recalls the fact that his im
perial grandfather long employed M.
Urbain Dubois as chef. When the Franco
Prussian war broke out, M. Dubois re
signed his post, but Emperor William
would not permit him to depart. When
the fortunes of war had placed the chefs
native village in the emperor's power,
the latter issued an order that the people
of that vicinity should not be compelled
to pay an indemnity. San Francisco
Levying a fcp.'clal t;tx and a m'liient 'i n a!l
bus v.iilim .Yin,' tl-i net No 1. In the ciiy
of I'lat Is nun It. lo cover tie co.it of paving
Kiel i ll li HA Main slieet. b 'lween the ea-l
riiiu of Si'veiilh n n et and ve. si !e t:f : c
ond Si i eel lu s.tb: illy.
WllKKKAS, Il havi'm hern, lilul bel;; '.K i e
by aitjtnlKeil, itete-mined and established that
tii several lots l:'reinaf ter referred to have
each been specially benefited to I ha lull
amount herein lev ed and assessed against each
of said lots respectively, by reason of the pav
ini; and curbing of that part of Main street be
tween the e. si side, of Seventh reet and the
wet lde id Second Mieel.
I'hr.rifurv, -or the pm poHe of paying the font
of nd paving and curbing
' it Onlitinr.il hy the Maunr and Council of th
( Until I'lnllxiiiiiiUH
SKc-i. x 1. J hat Hie. cost of paving and
curhliig ill part ol Main street wiiliiu nvm
U'sil lei Nil. 1, in the city of l'lattsinouth, fin in
the east Milf el revt'iitli s'reei to the west side
ot .-.'-co il street said coi-t benig the mi in of
a:i,-lal.0i. be and the same is hereby levied and
a s.-.-.snl in piopni'1 i-iii to the feet fro t along
baid saving and curbing anil acc nlini to
Hpt clal benefits bv revsou of iaiU pavinti and
ciii'biiiK upon the following des. ribea
lots ; aid cost being bo levied on naid lolti re
spectively, as follows, tu-wit :
MialK'ta L, Wateiin ui.lot 7, block 27,. $487 .V
tie li iJoyey, I0I8. block 'il
James .KnUaii and Wm 1. Browne
Oeorne. l'ronger, lo lo, o k i',..
'J rusU-KM l'ieb lelian eh!' ea.
block 27, - -
Fred ."liaUi-liuaiiii. lot U, mock Zi, . ...
.lo'iii 1'itZKcrald .ot 1 block 'J
John Fitzaer. Id lut 8 block M
II. I". t 'ooiedge lot 'J block 2S
Peter Merges wei-l !i lot 10 block 'JH. ...
V. V. L oi.hid east 14 loi 10 block 28 ...
Hizabeth ilerold we-t V lot 11 h ock 28
Wm. llerold eas, Ji lot 11 block 23
RI. 1. I'olk west 'i lot 1 2 block 2....
Amelia Sherwood eat !i lot 12 block 88.. 2vs 02
liank of Cass C . west .- lot 7. block 2t :.. 243 Dii
.1 K ' OX, east 'i tl 7 block 20 24" M
IClnlly lrew west ii lot 8 block 20 24" Mi
Levi Holding asl !i lot 8 block 20 245 !M1
biedatatleinian west 'i loi i! ! k 29 21- '.m
V J. vialliu tast li lot 0 blok 20
Lucihda Hillings lot 10 block 20
F. K Wi.ile west ii lot U block 20
Jason Streight eas 'j lot II block 20..
'. I I'oik west 20 feet lot. 12 nlock 20
U V. Alatiiews ea-t 24 f etlot 12 oloek'.9 2i :i2
ha loite A ,W lieeler. lot 7, block 30. ... 401 J
Comity I'liininissionuis, Cass county, lot
s IIIOCS 20 401 02
Cuuiity (.'oiniiossloners Cass rounty, west
It lot 0. block 2-i 2ir, 0(1
I.elia 1,. I lloinaH, east ! i of lot 0 block 30 215 M
11. li. Palmer. W.-i-t !- lot 10. block :il) 245 M
! red "ioioer. east 'i lot 10 bio k 30 245 M
l'.eil order west i lot 11 blociv :y0...... 245 00
lohn llartman east 'i lot 11 olouk 30. .. 24" oi
Kred tSoos. lot 2 biocK 30 .... 401 92
Fre-ienek Krua. lot 4 block 31 124 10
Phdiip t r.l.eh, iiol tli ', lot 5 bio k31... 124 lo
15 . O K It Co.. n i Lot 5, i;ioe;i 31.. 121 10
V. li i1; IJ K K Co.. bo . I5l.ck3l 307 2J
C h & Q it It (.lo.. I. t 7, hloc 31 740 0s
1 hillip l-'i il-eli . K 21 feet IHS lilock.'Sl. 114 2"
lUlist lia' k. 2 leet Loi 8, ItloCK 31 i:i 02
li ; ul It .! au, W!i Lot 8. Plock 31 30 .Hi
V 11 Guihinao. 24 leet Loi 8. KlodkSl... Lit fih
Philip -ntsch. K 21 feet Lot 9. Plock 31. i 4
Au iut Bach. 25 feet Lot V. Block 31... 77 OS
It Cutinnan, Lot 0. "lock VI 221 07
K t.lltii ..an. 4 teet Lot 9, Block 31.. 75 90
l-hdli.) Fr'tsch. K 21 leet Lot 1 i. Bh.e.i 31 SI 71
Ul"list I'acil. 2" ieet Lot 10. Block 31 37 05
Henry Amis.iu listate. W north 21 leet
Lot 10. Block 31
U Citthiuan, SJi Lotlo Block 31..
It Ctl'.liUlan. 24 feet i.ot 10, Block 31...
Henry .imi-ou's tate. Lot n. Block 31,
V B it i It it Co., Lot 1, U.ock 32
C B & ii ii li Co., Lot 2, Block 32 i
O B & li K It Co., Lot 3, Block 32
C B & O K U Co.. Li.t4. Block 32
. ! loots GO
fr ii tinihinan, Itt 11, Block ;2 153 50
Frank Uavle, 24 feel uet to E 48 feet
I.ot 12. Block 32 30 24
F L ;ii1 22 feet vv of Frank Gavlc's.
L-.t 12. Block 32
AUie V i.i.heits. K 48 feet Lot 12, Block ."2
l' It tSuthni n. 23 feet oil west end Lot 12
; 4 04
I O O 23 sect Bot 12. Block 32
Prank t;;.k 24 feet next to K -18 feet
Lot 13, Block 32
L ti i le, 22 le t v of Frank Cayle'u
Lot 13 Block 3 '
Allie V Roberts K 48 feet Lot 13.BIock32 151 O.s
it ; ni h i.au, 21 feet off wo-t eni; Lot
I f) i" i3 ieef Lot 12, Bi ick 32
Prank Cayle.24 feet fext to E 48 feet Lot
U. I. lock 32
L Ca le. 22 feet W of Prank Giiyle's
Lot 1 1. Blocs 32
Vl'de V lioberts e;ist 43 feer lot 14 block
li. (iuiliiiian. 2j feet off west end lot 14
block 32 124 41
I. . . I'. Si leet lot 11 blo-k 32 )24 4 .
veiolph Bo-enba in east ii lot 1 block 33 215 9;
Hannah Biiike, we-t it h" 1 block 33 225 00
C. reteisen ct Bro.. west ii lot 3 ul .'Cit
33 225 00
Ilerm in Spies east ii lot 2 block S3 215 W
li s. V . eckbach est i i lot 3 block 33 . 225 00
Kill! I J- Drew e e-t ii lot 3 block XI 2!5 90
I. V eciht-rger west 'i lot 4 block 33.. 215 40
ios. V.'rt'ockh cii east ii lot 4 bloc-. 33.. 2o 40
Wliliain Wetencamp lot 5 bl ck 'Si 4ol 02
vdolp;iu.s Busch lot 6 ItloCk 33 401 92
John W atei nian lot 1 block 31 4 1 92
John u a'cnnan e&M. li lot 2 block 3 ... 245 o.
lohn Fitzgerald wet-t ii lot 2 block 31 ... 245 06
lohn Fitzgerald east ii let 3 idoek 34 215 Oil
I. (Siliek west li lot 3 block 31 245 $;i
Joiioiliau lla'l ai d J. W. .Mart his west
!, lot 4 block 34 245 90
Kobo W hi'e e..St Vi lot 4 block 34 245 9
1. it. waterman east 'i lo 5 block 34 .. 245 oo
Wm. W etei.cae.il. west mmsbl -k 34... 245 90
Peter Murom west ii l t C bl ck 34 .... 245 90
1. l eiinhotl ea-t iot 0 block 31 2'5 90
Prank Cariuth ea d 'i iot 1 block 35 245 9i
K. P. Uo.-i. wood west li lo- 1 block 5 225 0H
Walter W hite lot 2 block ."5 4fo 12
ra A. Myers east lor 3 block 35 i'45 ..0
C. II. Pauiiele we-;t 14 'or 3 block 35 245 o;
Alice I eppeibeig east u 1 t 4 block 3j. . 2'5 oo
E. i JJovey dr Son v est ii lot 4 b.ock 35 2J5 ei;
h. u Ouvov & '(in lot oiilocK 3 4 .i 12
A. W. White, 20 feet lot li bio k 3 2ot C,,
Herirv B-'eek, 24 feet 1 it C block 35 210 no
Johu'Black north 48 feet lot 1 block 30.. 250 9;i
M: K. ehuich ce iter 33 lot I block 30 227 50
loi.n Black north 4S leet lot 'J block 30... 25: !!i
M i-. church center lot 2 block 30 227 r.o
Of. 11. iL.il lot 3 hloek "0 474 32
K. I.ivii.jrston lot 4 block 30 4S7 62
-rati- Cant ill lot o block 30 487 52
W. H. Schihiktieeht !Ol li hlocK 3t 4S7 52
Shttion 2. lhat s-iiJ fpecia tass levi d
aforesaid on said lot respectively sh li be-e.un-.'
ileliiui'ient ;is fo'lows : One tenth of the
total amount so levied on each of said lots shall
become (ieiii;tiient in f.f y days fiom the pass
age and approval of this ord nance, one tenth
in oae ye r, one tenth in two years, one tenth
111 tarce ye:irs,.oiic tenlli in four yearn, one
tenth in live years', one tenlli in six years, one
tenth in seven years, one. tenth in ei.-lu years,
oietetith in nine years alter said levy, and be
ing iroin the pa-sai:e und approval of this ordi
na:iCf. Kaeh of said in bailments, except the
first, shall dfi.w Iatere-.t at tha rate of seven
per cnt i t ai.nirn fiv-ni the time of the levy
aforesaid uu' il the na re sha'l become deiln-qut-nt,
ard after the sanu shall become delin
quent a peimlty oi live per c -lit together with
interest at the .ate of one per cent per month
snali be paid upon each delinquent install
ment. !kc. 3. That th1 entire amount of tax so
levied and assessed on any of said lots may
be pa a by the owner of any 1 4. or the entire
equal pro rut-; proportion of saiu tax on at y of
sai 1 lids, mav be paid by any person on any
part of caid lots within fifty days from cuid
levy, and 1 hereupon stich lot or parts of lots
shall be exempt from anv lie.i or charge there
for. Sw 4. That this ordl-ance fall take effect
and h t- foiee from and after its passage.
1'assed and approved February 1 :. A. I), issa.
(ATTK.sr) P. M. KICHEY. M vor.
w. K. F X, City Clerk.
The above tax is now due and payable at the
office d the etty treasurer, and will b. come de
linque t and t ear interest after April 3rd. lsso,
as seen lu seelioa 2 of the above ordinance.
JAMES I ATT Eh SON,. is ,
Fob Sale The M. E. Church proj)! r
ty on Gth street, abjut 92 feet front, for
terms apply to
1 w d w Windham & Daveis
ail oping I
Having Just Returned from the East we arc'Daily in Receipt of New
and Fashionable made
' B Sf
We have the finest grades in the market. We can show you
Doolao, Yeoman and Stetson Hats
In all Colors and Shades, and as to I'riee', we guarantee to sell you
Gootls at Lower Prices than Dm ilia or any other cily can
quoie you. Call on us and you will go
'Ltiway satisfied that
1 PflW BHV
I Ijllll bm
Of us for Less money than you
Guaranteed as Represented
Tho Leading Clothiers, - 5U & Main St.
jaihj n rmji
la Isai lass tl 3
ks t-M tea mi i u ii
BOOTS cBiicl SHOES
Going to Pueblo, Col., and the goods must be sold at a
sacrifice in order
Ladies Glove Grain S. S. Button Shoe will sell at l)0c., regular price (1.35.
Ladies Bright Grain Buttan Shoe sell at 1, regul ir price $1.50.
Ladies Goat Silk Lining Button Shoe will sell at $l.f), regular price $..5.
Ladies Glaz? Dongola Button Shoe will sell at 1 75, regular price 2.25.
Our Ladies Fine Glazed Dongola $:.0' Button Shoe will sell nt $2.40.
Our Ladies Fine Hand Turned $4.00 Button Shoe wiil sell for $:j.00.
M. u's Fine Calf Boots will sell at $1.75, regular price $2.50.
Men's Best $3.00 Boot will sell at $2 40.
Men's Best $3.25 Shoe will sell at $2.75.
Men's Fine Dress $2.25 Shoe will sell at $1.75.
-We have a great
Tint we hive not spacj to mention, so call early andtake advantage of
this rare opportunity at
P. S. All Gao ls MUl'.vE.) IN
be no advertising scheme.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthetics given fur Pain
less Filling ok Extraction ok Teeth.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Rubb-r or Celluloid Plat 's, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
All vork warranted. Prices reasonable.
Fi rzt-t .''s . i:k. Pi. t r M )tT r h. Nkk
b. & Tfl. Tlma "Table.
n. 1. 4 r..e a. m.
V. 3. U :0l p. III.
'o. S 7 :47 a. in.
No. 7. i) rof o. in.
So. 9. --6 rl7 p. m.
No. 2 4 rl") p. in.
No. 4. lo -2J .1. in.
No. D-M in. ra
Xo-i'0. 9 :44 a. m.
A'l train run dallv by wavof O.naha. except
Xos. 7 and S which run to and froia Schuyler
daily except Sunday.
I'erfect in Fit. In
m ssm m m
01 cUli 15 !
mil I u UuOBj
have ever seen them. Every Atlielo
or your money will be refunded.
to save movin"-.
many Bargains in-
PL.VIN FIGURES, and you wiil lind this to
MANUFACTUUEH OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THIS
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor do Pcpperbergo' r.nd 'Buds
FULL LINE OK
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. fc'l. 1885.
The 5th St. Herchant Tailor
Keeps a Vull Line of
Foreign 4 Bomsstic Goods.
Consult Your fnfere-t bv (Hvmg Him a C'
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