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C1ASS LODttK '- I. O. O. F. Meets
'every Tne'!:y ev'.i'i of e:-'.cl wvrk. All
tranpient brt.it: is ae r: ii.'cifully iuvited to
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Doath Without Warning.
An acci.ltut' o("curii:.l ut IvU luick-
Meets at Grand Isiand From Juno I T,.r,i T'lursdav of Tint wi. k. w!( ri-lT
Mr. TlitMJiis Cash, th j fuit nnin. l-t his
Lare pohtera ittlTfrtUintheN'cbirbkii ifu A cart to which v;is liitt iied u
SifaurhuuJ, to be yiveu lj the Xc!m3- j )lintl ,or,e) j4 employed .in the y mis,
kaStitc Sjcietj at Gruuk 14aml Juno J aud on the day int-ntiuiied, was ltin
13-lC hve lccn id.iced up about the , usctj to tiraw rul,bis!i from tho yard,
city. Sjcietiei to be represented, mid
partkipiite in tiie sinin are tlio M:u:i
nerchor, of Columbu-s, Oertnnnia Manner
ciior. Lincoln, Li:id.:rkrunz, Ntlraska
City; M;r!inerc!ior, Omaha; Lciderkrunz.
rintti uouth; Turt M;i-iinerchor, Seward;
Lsi'ierkranz. Grand Island. The officers
for the occasion are L uin Vt it, first prea
ideut; John Wallickn, president, ich.
Go'-hrinif, vice president; II. C. Held,
treasurer; I'r. It t'.i, ceirt-BiJondiug secre
tary; H. I). lit nnins. secretary.
Iliduced r.ttis will lo iven the socie
ties utUu liur, the tienj;erbuiid. A
clioicj muaical programme 1ms been pre
pared uud a lire attend. mce ia expected.
ThoCioccry cn the Corner-
Tne linee net comedy, the "Corner
Grocery," was prisent il at the M tsonic
temple thratie l-trt niht to an excellent
.lUdKiu o. ll was sucli an audlruce as
ime rarely ai-ca in Louisville on .Monday
..ilit. 1'lie play i certainly funny, nd
it ke.t the audience i- ujjiinir. 1 lie bad
f jry.llui buy ia the lite ot the play. He
(d.tjM prauUa u;i ever Ijoily benieet.- ilia
litlin r, mother, brother, his lirotljer'a
swtfllit ai t, the ptilicetn-jii, and, above ull
mi t'ie jjruceryinau. He ia never out of
UiJ.-icIiiil. and ilia in vent, ve genius keeps.
tlie c mmunity II: lives hi very busy.
I'lie ba I lioy hteaH. lief, Jts wlupped.
oks his father's liest luit in the water
butt, soaps t!i di.r ttejs and nearly
oreaka ttie old ni m's neck, arrests tli-j
policeman, keeps everybody in a state of
f'tlling down, and finally unearth the
villian ami makes everybody happy.
The plot of the play ia brief and unim-
port :nt. It hinges On the forgery of a
wil1, and an effort to make a rich, pretty
nirl marry the son of a forger who was a
partner of her father in the grocery 1U' i
n ess. lie ia a Jew, and keeps the cor
ner grocery. Daddy Nolan is the gn ir-
dian of the pretty girl, and Thomas No-
iti 1. a clerk in the grocery, is her lover.
Jimmy Noland ia the bad, forgetful boy.
Louisville Courier Journal.
The new feature this season, by adding
the $10,000 Challenge band and orches
tra, is worthy of special mention, as the
music ta grand, few bands and orch?stras
that excell shem. Go and see them at
the opera house next Monday night.
which whs being dumped over a bank
60111C 12 feet high. The driver had home
troubl- in unloading, and Mr. Cadi had
gone to assist him. lie took th horse
by the bit and attempted to turn him
around when the animal ,ave a lunge
orer the bank carrying Mr. ('. and the
cart with him. Mr. Cash's head struck
a tree and Ida neck was broken. The
cart struck the back of his head mid
fractured his skull. Ir. II ill was sent
for at once, but it was of no use, as the
uufortuuate nun only breath, il a few
times. Mr. Cash liyed with Ids wife in
the stone houe on Mr. Davis' firm. He
lwives beside hia wffe, three daughters,
one of which was here ut tho time on a
It will doubtless surprise ninny to ler.rn
that in iiutiiiigs wo find a powciful
jx.ison, generally hHicwd to !o of the
narcotic order. It in only comp.-irativt-lv
recently that cases of poisoning by it
have U'cn ivcordt-d i;i this con :i try, prol
ably for tho reason that, being to uni
versally considered harmless, when dan
gerous or fatal consequences have fol
lowed its uko tho cause ha:i lcen ovcr
looked. Tho quantity of nutmeg which
it is necessary to take to produce serious
symptoms has never been estimated. In
one caso. however, ono and a half nut
megs, it ia said, caused in a woman
btupor, followed by excitement, with
signs of colli pr,e.
Dr. Waugh has recently reported the
case of a woman who was advised by her
neighbors to eat nutmegs for tho relief
of dyspepsia clue to constipation. One
forenoon slio ato five of medium size.
No unpleasant symptoms followed until
some niiu or ten hours afterward. Then
she bccv.mo sick to her stomach, giddy,
and had a chill, accompanied by vomit
ing, headache, dryness of the mottt
throat, and a sore, .: ,
tho eyes. Her sight became atfected,
and she complained that everything ap
peared misty. When the chill passed
n Front of nnr Btore, an
visit; another daughter arrived S.isutay
morning from Indiana in answer to a j oil, slight fever and sweating followed,
telegram announcing the .-;.d news. The vvit!l intense, throbbing headache. Under
- ., .... .'ii- proper treatment this woman recovered,
family will leave tor Indiana as soon aw t . ,
J in iser ca.so narcotic s3 iuptomsappcar-
they ciin dispose of their hou,enold goods ; ejf (,ut tluit (loc3 ot lroVi) th:lt Iultm(.g
Mr. Caah was a tine molder and wiii be ; are not of tho narcotic order. lioston
greatly mi.-sed by Mr. Davis, as well us j Herald.
by all who knew him. lie U;iS Ml Odd j The Xicll's Levtraso.
Fellow ami that order conducted the! Tha field of the nickel and slot machine
remains to their lat rcstini' !1 ice in Oak- ' -seems to be practically limitless. I am
wo.jd cemetery on Saturday, April 'JTlh.
iiil'ormed that a St. Louis inventor ia now
.-it. wnr!: fin ;i inn-IiJn. iv-l.w-l. i;!l irit-n
-Weeping V;'ater Hepublican. I yyl ft eln anJ u of
Baatrice Public Imoroyim int Plan future wife, while tho band plays your
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The New York Clothier and Fur
nisher says: "If you want to be healthy
yoa must eat regularly, as meat today
will not serve you for tomorrow. To be
w-11 and hearty eat at every n.ed time.
To be prosperous in business advutise
r?gularly. Stop one and you starve and
lie. Stop the other and your bu-inesa
talcn rnnAiiniotion and di s also. Spas
modic advertising is like having a- feast j
in 1 f unine"- iiusr-' famine than te.it as t
a general rule - and is never satisfactory.
To take out your card iu dull tiiv.es ia
like killing your horse becauss he is a
Exprtss; '"Speaking of the paving
work," said a well kuotvu citizen this
afternoon, "I uotice that but two men are
laying brick and the city is employing
an overseer at $7" per month to watch
them and a board of public works at $300
per year to watch him, eight couucil
men at $S00 per year to watch tho board
and, a mayor at $-00 peryear to watch
the council, and tiie taxpayers are paying
interest on $70,000 iirt district paving
bonds to watch the mayor. Big thing
this paving contract."
If you want the best smoke you can
get for 5 cents, go to J. 1. Young's .-.ml
smoke his ' Detroit Free Press," and
' Golden Stars" ? cent cigars, piouounced
by competent judges to be the best
five cent cigars iu Plattsmouth.
"Thero are moments when silence pro
longed and unbroken
More expressive may be than all words
Look at that wan and wasted woman,
once the picture of health, now so palid. Orleans ricayune.
SUe cannot begin to tell li.-r suireriugs,
but as from day to day she goes througli
the house, attending to iur m my care,
her attenuated form, I' r white face, her
stooping should' is, her pin-lied feat tins,
all tell that sl.e is a silent m otyr to dis
ease. II:T once cheery voice is seldom
heard, but h r silence tdis ii-r suffering
more than w-nds could do. O! ye silent,
iavorito idr asyo i wait. Another ma
chine will tell your fortune and polish
your shoes ard administer a dose of pills
for a nickel; while another will pick the
winners of the next day's races and sup
ply 3 011 with tho morning (taper. Tho
nickel and slot machine fills a long felt
want, and has a long career of useful
ness before it, and the public is saving its
nickels for the next departure with deep
interest. St. Louis Republic.
riioto-rnphins the Aurora Korcalirt.
Dr. Kayser has succeeded in obtaining
a photograph of tho aurora boreal is from
the summit of Mount Rigi in Switzerland.
Tli'u is an interesting fact, it having
hitherto been regarded as impossible to
photograph the aurora for want of a plate
sufficiently sensitive to be impressed by its
rays. Gunther, in his well known physi
cal geography, declares it to be utterly
impossible to photograph tho aurora, the
most carefully prepared plate remaining
neutral when exposed to the aurora's
rays. Dr. Kayser resorted to special
precautions and employed a colored dry
plate the azalin trocken-platte. New
evi:i:v i'itkohasei: of oxk dollar's woiitii of
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HA CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
or anything in our Elegant Lino of Goods,
mn nr &. irn
n h n ia w ft useKHU w h a
1 n 1 1 e e ft-
Entiteling tliem to a chanco at tiie Drawing wlu'cli will
take place October 1st.
sorrov.intr, sullering sit- rr.,
cur.- for your trouble.--; Dr. Pieire'
orite Presi-i iption H t soyer-ign rem tiv
for tiie derangements and maladies p. cu
I vr f. ir.inr.cnv- m :l I n i v."! r til 1 . illVli
In dull times advertising is I ti , t in' , stient!i to the
the most effctjye, ns more notice is then w!u)(. systero.. and to t!i ; wor.ib ni.d its
taken of printer's ink than any other append ages in particular. For over-!
. worked, "w-irn out." "run -down," debd-
"c itated t acln rs, mil liners, dress-makers.
Two Strings to Ilia How.
"No, William." she said coldly, with a
side long glance to note the effect of her
words, "I cannot be your wife. You
.smoko and you sometimes drink. I have
registered a vow not to marry a man
who has either of these vices."
"All right, Maria." was the humble
reply. "And now will you ( lease ask
your younger sister Lulu to come down
stairs a moment? She said, when she
kissed me good-by la.st night, that she
Would gladly have me if you refused."
Tho Leading Clotliiors, - 5tl & Main St.
R.'V F. W. Witt? and family wish
extend th-ir most heartfelt thinks to
friends who have rendered so
th- ir svmo:.lhv and nid during V-
nes, death and funeral of
ton and brother,
S":ttnstresss. "shop-airls." hotiseKeepera.
nursing mothers, and feeble worm n gen
eral 1 v. "Favorite Prescription" is th
greatest earthly boon, un--qu-ded as nn
appetizing cordial and restorative tonic.
Plenty of feed, fiuur, grnham and
meal at Heiscl's niiil. if
Tlie famous cathedral at Cologne has
leen under repair for a long time and a
largo amount of money has In-en expend
ed thereon. Thus far the government
has contributed G.o-t.l.a.Vi marks toward
the repairs, while enough has been raised
by lotteries and otherwise to bring the
total expended betweea 1313 and laO
up to the enormous amount of 13,400,00!)
.u-I.-j. San 1- raiieiscti ( 'hronicle.
for an incurable case of Catarrh
in the Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
Symptoms of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of nose, disctiarpca falling into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid,
et others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
Woody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringring in ears,
deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expecto
ration of offensive matter; breath offensive:
mell and taste impaired, and peneral debility.
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in con
sumption, and end in tho grave.
By its mild, soothing, and liealini? properties.
Dr. Sage's Itemedy cures the worst cases. 60c.
m. The Original
c a s awl I ri'FD Dn i e
Tlnequaled as a 1.1 ver Pill. Smallest.cheap
est, easiest to take. One Pellet a Dose.
Cure Sick Headache, IliliousIIeadaclie,
Itfzzliieks, CoiiMtipaliou, Indiv:eitiou.
Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of
k9 stomaob ana I towels. 25 cU. by drug-grists.
Jl.iu5 ret rLhtitkh,
MASUJ'ACTUKIitl OK ANT.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
UKAI.Ell IN 1 llli.
'hoircsl Uicin is -f Ciirars,
Flor de Pepperbsrgo' and 'Suda
Ft'M, LIXE OK
TOIiACCO AND SMOXEil.S' ATt'ITCLEH
always in stoelf. Nov. i!t. 1SH.1.
m H B B S R
m y ti a 1 h a
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Lr tho Liqacr ilslit, Positively Curetf
EY ASMi;I5TEr.t::3 DR. WMV.IZ' CnZV. ?ECiFIC.
It cr.n Iso given in a cu,- cf coffee or tea. cr ia nr.
ti'ri.-S o! tood. without the Unouiedfl of ti:c pe: -mi:i
taking it; it ia absolutely liurnn'-s. ruei -v I i 1
e fleet a permanent and speedy eiue. whctlier
t tie patient is a moiJerute driiikerm-nii n!eiioil'.
wreck, it NEVFR FAILS. We GUARANTEE
n eoinnlcte cure in every I ns'aace. 4i pago buoic
FREE. Address i n eonfidciire,
C0LDEM SPEC'FIC CO., 185 Raco St, Cincinnati. 0
OWT3STC3- TO J COTTBMPLATED OEE-A-Isra-El IIST X'SIE IPTttL,
MUST SACRIFICE HIS $30,000 STOCK OF CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS AND VALI3E3, FOR. SPOT CASH ONLY,
a 3 k
Cjiildo Inco Pants 25 cts-
,y3 Wcol Suits 2.65.
,11 Wool Slacl
Zeas Cvsall3 S3 coats.
22oL3 Working Sh.irts 35 etc
amicus BIvl STlazmol Sh.irts 75c
srckESS' isiiE pthiz:
2Sons Joans 2s ants 85 cts.
Blacls Wool Sats 35o.
I.lGncJ Caps S'ivo cents.'
Msns "Worlsing Shoes 1.
Mens Sowed Slioss, Snttn or
Lace, SSI 65:
Mens Calf Soots S1.90.
Usas Shirts and Drawers 25
'gZila s tlte Greatest SIangis4er c vcr seen In (Cass cosieatj. Kt you-want to save 5
i cents aa every iolar buy yoiar ods f
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