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POr88IOAl. CAR 8.
C. V. LIVINGSTON
K. 1). CUMMIN-
iDMrf. LIVINOSTON A CUMMINS
PGyslc ans M Umm
No. 612. MainHt.
tUMidence Telephone lr. Livingston. 9,
KwMmn Telephone Dr. Cummin. 36-
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, v Surveyor
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afcthnates and plan of nil wrk furnished ana
Office in Martin Block.
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aeceive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
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kaitiillrtrT for caafciaav.Faraa Lmm Am
- -ANY OTUJ$K..'AAJi;iXt:' .
IU.TTSMOCTM ; t r JR0,BKA
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meyat-Law. will giv ? atteati
a . inuiMM ea trusted . to bla 0o ta
WINDHAM A DAYIBS.
. WINDHAM. JfHM A. DfVIJW.
Htur rubric - nccary rawis
i over Baak f Cas Coaatr.
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Bankev . ..
t3oci of Caca County
Cor If aia and rift street.
.'. raraala FresMenc
ee (herder Tie rrestaant
J. M. Pattersoa Casheir
T. M. fittteraoa. AMt Caries
J. JL raraiele, J.M. Patterson, free Ge4er.
A,. mttkHiA.-UdajMa, B. aVKasntey and
Tw M. Pattersoa a a a .
a asas&AL ahxihc Buapr
U aolicttod. Interest allowed oa Usaa
and wamot attentloaalTea to all kaa-
eatruted tu itacare.
rULTTSMOUTU - NEBKAHKA
Oajltal atoek paid In i......$ao
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rBiSK OA ItlTOTH. I J OS. A.'crtKMOK.
W. H. CU811UK.- Caabusr.
dTrank Carrutb J. A. Connor. K. R. Gntnmann
J. W. Jobnaon. Henry Bock. JoknO'Kaaia
W. D. Merriam. Wm. Watoncamp. W.
HAHSiCTS GENERAL BAB VM BOSfflES
asuM ceitiflCAtes of Opostts bearing interest
Buva and sells exctvnse. county and
OF FLATTSMO UTH. KEBRA3EA
raid op capital Ssroto.oo
Offers the very best facilities for the promp'
transaction of iigititiiate
Btok". lonrt. rld. povrr'iiiu(r ,vr.d locj!
auntie bo'-ht i. t -!d- UiT:;3irs rcc-.-ivrd
and tiiifTfdt niiowed rn ttio rertificr.tee
Crafts drawn, av:ilable in any p:rt of the
CntU'rt Statea and ail t.e priiicipuil towns of
OOUJECTIONH IADE AND PROMPTlf RKMIT
TKI). Highest market price pM for County War
rants. State ana rounty bonds.
John Fltzcerald r. Hawkfvortb
8am Waugh. K. E. Wlille
ieorse E. Oovey
John FItgr&ld. s. Waueh.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 219, 221 aKi 228 Main St.
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
S. H. BONS. Proprietor,
lhe Perkina baa ben tkaraaghly
renoyated from top to bottom and is
novr one of tbe beat hotels in the state
Boarders will be take by the weak at
$4.54 aad up.
GOOD BAR CORRECTED
Tbs Plattsmoutb Herald
ir.A. IUhr kMlkr earlMlte rlakt ti
r.lelara'a iMll at)etlr fbriae Flle
' x tract UrtWUi la ihUrltf. Offlrr Kiwk wo4
WOMAN'S REAL PLVGE.
A CONTRAST BETWEEN THI SHOP
GIRL AND THE SERVANT.
Atiid.i aii ..r.ivr. n lit ble lit a i-Ul 7t
14 in. ntli y. U1 n. r. a-e. m ei..eni
u ta ..wit ..pi lull niMiniuin -r-w '
lioiM. f-rerc s. MAorAamiiK. uwk
Box 1V5. w V..i k. - ' -
... r....i. i.iuiii i iiiir hn.H In ! Itrceraln
JL. AlHMiT Fellows are eordraliy -luvlied
o atkvnd when vlltutf M ' ,
- t. K. Wli I.1AMM. N. O.
.. W. bi ik. see.
KiOlHX Ok i-yIIHaK, ;mimit
lm.' Meetp erery w edoe-Uny eenl
st4heirb 11 In- ek' h bkk; All iiU
ItaiKMn 'ire eordln'ly inr fed lo- lte.d, C
Ma uliall. C. f. ; Frank I)is a. K. It. H.
.U.-SIEN'K- HHI-illN frCCIATlOX
...... r ... a .-in iii m o -so n inT For men oil'
OtispH meet'uK ery Huaday alterncon at
o'e ook .
e. A. R.
Yfrv.nnihi Pi ik i No. 4S meets every Patur
' JaV etenrna; at74.. In1 tnVti Man; ltockwood
Block. ' All vibltlng. comrade, are inyttea
jeet with u.
' o: F. N1les.-rct Adj.
t ; v, sjgA.esfF.pftCew.
t OW CIubblna Ut-
OUkbA-DfluocrAt and (JCitALD. .... .$2.25
Harper a Bazar
Omaha Bee "'
National Tribune "
Grte tkean :
Lincoln ' Journal.
TW iipmalf agaxino
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ayHwo arxar oaa bast
2f :34 a. as Ma t.., .faausa
- m.i..:tt.:tf.4r'4r: bV!'-.V..y. Maaaa.
t. Mla. as. " la
-a. :1S p. sa. " la M :U a. at
11.. .....a a."sa,'
TTh NTTSfmibhony Club.
t-i Ar-.trrcat marital rt.nization. Tbe
following letter was receired. which
"f kbitfa: KAra.TaFe't. 16. 1891.
aepl are ia raptures oyer tb delightful en
tartaiament given us by tbe New York Sym
pboay Club Saturday evening. The opia
house was packed from "pit" ta gallery with
,an entknsiastle, crowd, thxt Insisted upon re
calling each member of the alub repeatedly,
Mr. Cbas. F. Biggins, particularly, captured
every auditor with bis magnificent handling
of bis $100 violin. Every motion and touch
fcespa'xe the flnuhed artist, and In bis bands
the violin became a living creature.
The universal comment upon the club here
1 "grand." "superh." " perfect suocess.'
"the finest everln the cityr effc.i etc'. 'Your
seople must bear them or suffer regret,
i f i 1 taf.-B. Pikccf ;
M'rr Lecture Course,
This company will - be at' the opera
house Tuesday, March 10.
The Ser ml tubtfata.
F. G.-rT-itkii & t,o-,'drugtHW,"beIieTe
that the secret of Buccess lies in perae
Terance. Therefore they persist in keep
ing thVfinesL line of perlnmeriea, toilet
articles, coametica, druga and chemicals
oa the market. They especially lnrite
alFpenioiswho tateS parpitatioa, abort
fereatbweak1 or hungry, spells,! bain1 in
Aids' orUnofe&eW';opbress1on.i4b.t mire.
dry codb, toxrtherin, dropsy -Aof hirt
diaease to try Dr. Miles unequaled New
Heart Cnre, before it is too late. It has
the largest sale of any eimilar-'remedy
Fine book . of testimonials free. Dr.
Miles Restoratiye Nervine is unsurpassed
for sleeplessness, headache, fits, etc., and
it contains no opiates. ' " 5
Wm. Budig charged - Jim' Sage with
assaulting him. Judge Archer assessed
the fine at $5, which Jim paid, with a
smile on that indicated he was not much
Singer Sewing machine company have
established a branch office in. Henry
Bocck's furniture store where all kind of
machines trill be repaired.
R. O. Atberton,
dlw Local Agent.
Of all kinds to order. Hair chains,
pin", finf, craj.es 'tc, a sprcialty.
Orders left at Dovey's store or Mesdames
Wise & Root, will be promptly attended
to, or postal card to
Mrs. A. Knee,
Benton Brown came near losing a val
uable horse yesterday on account of ac
c'uien tally cutting an artery in the
hors :"s mouth while endeavoring to cure
a case of lampers.
Wildaian & Fuller earry the largest
and finest assortment of wall paper in
Cass coanty. tf
Frank Busche vs Bank of Commerce
et al. Argued and submitted.
J. E. Halletal vs Edward, Murphy,
Continued by consent until March 16, at
10 s. m.
In the matter of the estate of N. B.
Howard, deceased. Final settlement
and decree of assignment
A piece of the fractious saw that came
so near ending the lives of Allen Rhoden
and George Moore may be found at Ger
log CVatoda. . Z T ;
Will yon suffer .' With 'drapepaia and
liver complaint! Sbiloh'a vitalizer ia
r guaranteed to" care you;; For aale by F
Q Fricfce an O. U. Snyder.
Tb Form or Trlea tm Up Uwdy Mitd Konl
Together with Scarcely Slot Money
Than tb Latter Ceti M Fokt Uuimj.
Th Cnoa f La Kvtl.
The kitchen and nurrry vrrsns the
factorj nnd "store' fjnest-ua hai.' leng en
gaed the attention Of women ' vfbo'arn
devoting liieir liVes't6 the itnproveniCTit
of th? material condition of their i-isterl
in other worda, those philanthr-opic per
Bona are wondering' whether, 'after all',
the' working Woman has "dor. e h wise
thing by leaviug' the 'sphere vhich vrns
pecniiarly her' own.' with uif?rcrt sur
roundings',' since the day3'of Adam, and
invading the occupations which are, by
their nature, adapted to men:
"Some opinions On this snhjeel Lave re
centiy beeif'given. Tliey calnte ftorn wo
men who thoroughly understand t lao ex
isting condi tions "of lif and tLe!r ' ex
pfeiiiiious ' were ' echoes which ; are heard
eVervwliere nowadays. ' Th beat'f rei'.de,
maTe-antl fernalerof the w6fkiig" w6nien
are; asking" th 'aatne question Way do
wcAuen ' pnt 1 themselves trader. oicYiiri
tsttoic where thejrtnay be led c slarVai
ridnor 'shame When ihty can rtxiHf
avoid both by remaining wlihintlleijf
natural sphere." . .
The nr&wer Igiven' by a. " leadrr tpl. the
i working women is' the'. onty ona tihai,'cov-
'era' this question in inahj casea. , lt ia tho
! lady laier-: Th "aaleelady and, th
i toory,'iaay,DV 'im ' aaHtion ; to.
eciipae cue wive a nit osngniwa oi, weir
emploVeVsin ttiematfer o' drvas, tad
-WMIh tip iy pr ,irpjttB t, ,i ,
CarefarorVrs si.y'that jitf.b irai.
ter the girls act just' the saneaa' the
youngiueh of the' day who crofrtL aoeaa.
olheV "for1 clerlcaaiiia' etcTi waflMasVii
wej ajo Kcunacn aiAu,aMica MKt.rauu,
fluco Hhem td fhe rosy, healthy servant:
girl, who haa(aa acoount ayt. tM bak. qr
to"ihe robust m'echatfic who ca jwaoei
a larger1 tSi oiTbU oft 'S."'4r eTeBing..
J Tafjbaj'. :who; sells handkerchieia
en3 toilet l)oxra dnro
income of 10; cents is thb other kali, of,,
the'getieman' wh cpi-.
Thy are the natura prpdnct of, theDevr
Amencaa lady and gentleman craze, wnd.
they never reavjustwhatitrraeana nn
less tbey lt'kArried. Then the ; ntle
fcatt"4drk wisheiJL had 'mated with a
girl " fas'- domestic service' whd knew how
o" (bH6k and who had a little money laid
fcyrahd the ladSr rcreta that ; she did
aot devote her omilea to a mechanic' whio
cottkl aupr6rt her.r The police courta aad
the divorce 'courts give the culminations
of fhese atoxiea 'every day in the year:
r Bstthe'purpb&e- of this ' iarticle ia to
give further particulars that-enter into
the contrast between the 'women in do
mestic serviceJaihd those who haveVflooded '
men's 'becupatiohs.' According" to the
most accurate statistics obtainable, the 1
wages bf servants in this city average, at
the lowest estimate, $15 a1 month, besides
board,' lodging and in many 'cases all the
clothing needed. : ' ' Perhaps $3. 50' h week
might be fixed as the average money com
pensation Of aU the women in domestic
INow, according to the statement of
Miss Ida Van Etteri," Mrs. Creagh and
Miss Foster, the average wages of work
ing women in stores and factories is, at
the highest estimate, $4 a week. ' '
' - a comparison. '
That is a half : dollar difference in
wages, and that half dollar represents,
in a comparison, the board, lodging, etc.,
of the servants. Of course, no woman
can live on fifty cents a week. It takes
her whole $4 to pay for board and lodg
ings if she "gives anything like proper
nourishment to her body. So it amounts
to just this: At the end of a week the
servant has $3.50 to lay by, while the
"saleslady" has not a penny.
As to lodging, tho average servant has
her own little room, nicely furnished
and heated in winter. The 'saleslady,'
if she boards, has a cold room at tho tcp
of the house, shared by three or focr
other unfortunates. The latter works
on an average of ten hours a day, while
in the holiday season she works as much
as sixteen hours, and never doe3 a penny
of extra pay reach her pocket
Th servant has no songer hoars, and
ch( mi t"ft t t-t- o ' i t- tvit! of Them
and, besides, has her two or three "even
ings o" during the week. ' Her work,
on the whole, is much lighter, and she
doe3 not know what fines are. If she
falls ill, in a good familj-, she receives
the same cordial attention that her mis
tress would, and is surrounded by kind
attentions. And her wages go on all the
uut now about the "salebialy up in
the top of tho boarding house if she
should get sick? Well, unless she is
absolutely at the point of death she is
packed ofE to a hospital when the time
for which she has paid her board has
expired. But even if she is allowed to
remain there till she gets well, she re
sumes her work with her trunk under
bondage to the landlady, and with a,
to her, heavy debt staring her in the
face. Ia it any wonder that many a
naturally good girl seeks escape from
such troubles in the concert halla?
And is it any wonder that the comfort
able servant girl generally ends her
sareer of working for others by marry
fng an honest man and settling down in
a comfortable home. New York Com
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MUST J3IB CILOSEO OUT
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ON ACCOUNT OF
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
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No SrambtE. No Closing-Out Salq. .Aartisiiig Scheme, But Casing
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; HiOoiai't miss this qit2 you wlIIII
sever foe able to bay eBaeaperi in your IfilTe
(Call audi see.wliat sUdDIE will do foir yoca
Mens suits, former price, $4 50 now $3.50
" " former, price 6.00 now 4.50
former price 7.00 now 5.Q0
" former price 8.00 now 6.5
" former price 10.00 now 7-00
" former price 12-00 now 8.00
" former price 15.00 now 11.00
" former price 18.00 now 12-50
" former price 22.00 now 14.00
Mens llats former price 1 00 now 50c
" ' former price 150 now l00
' ' former price 2 50 now 1 50
' ' former price 3,00 now 2 00
' ' former price 4 00 now2 75
Overcoats for men, youths and boys at be
Childrens and boys suits at your owr,
The best t1.00 overalls at COc, Shirts Socks
Underwear, etc., at astonishing slaughtering prices
It will pay you to come a hundred miles and bor
row the money to lay in your supply. It will
pay you big interest.
. Valuable AnoMton.
Mrs. Bilger (reading) The body of a
E trilled man found; near Fresno, CaL,
a been sold for $10,000.
Mr. Bilger Ten. thousand dollars!
By the way. my dear, your - family used
to live ia California. ; Are any of them
buried there?- -Kew York Weekly.
We Have The Largest Stock in the Count)!.
dDpeipa UHoEise (Doiraeip
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