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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1891)
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A wealthy New York lady h- a,. J
mum aoroau. Dni WHO k0w
Very little abont her own roiintrv ,
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u n amim-ion a irw UiiJS fur
rst lime, iihe wus taken tn t!i Wi
Howe by an inStifiit fr'ipn.l
through hi intercession inn private!
apart im-iii or tut- hou.se. were opeueu op
to her, and she bad an exceptional p
pfjrtunity t inspect the nnuierona bean
tied of the dignified bnt modest mansion.
Ail she wan lieiii1 h'.:lpeil inU her car-m-e
.in departing, u s'laJe of disap
pointment wan detected in her face.
"Well, what do you thiuk of iir her
"I must confess to very keen disap
pointment." was the reply. "Theroumi
are all very prettily decorated, and iwmw
t tin-Ill lire ui-niiied mid iuiprem!.
but I am sorry not to have seen the
It npiK-ared on further inquiry that
tiiin uu-Alliei ii ailizi-d Ni-w Yoiaer li.!
folly expected to timl the president
v mansion HiiiTouinleJ by a military iruar.l
in full iiuifurm, uiul sue wax vehemei.l
in her assertion th:it tlie German wny
VMS 'i'ViT mi nmc'.l better thau ouii."
Kew. York IJecorder.
Mull's Duly ti Maa.
The father may think to hido certain
parts of bis character from his child, nut
wishing him to imitate tiiem, and uuy
Jjivo him prrepts iliiit lie lias never fol
lowed, but t!:e child iilisorln what li)
limns is cimc-alel an J forij't tin
Words which contradict It. Commands
and eihorUtinu may produce or re
etrain certain nets, Init t jey are power-!-.-
to iii.-pi.-.'emo;iii:it or create desire
C.Vu th ' Lave a reverse fZ-vt.
To t;ive every one hii due, to refrain
from taking unfair advant ine, or in
any way enriching one wlf at the ex
" ti.e of iinotiicr. are nu; posed to he dil-t.e-i
which are himply t be inculcate 1
and oix'j'ed, yet ho.v U tlie ib-Mre of
gain,-no mtrnse in many winds, to 1 4
Di::de to yield whe;i it conllicUs wilj
these iluties.' Chiefiy by crediting with
in tlie breast a stronger ib-sire for jni-tice
ami integrity. The love of rectitnd,
the f.iith in honor, the desire to d-al
fairly and squarely wiili all ui"n. must
be urnnsed and xtn-iith' tied before any
one can be thoroughly and truly jnt.
Add the Milne is true with regard to
very good u,uality. Philadelphia Leu-S-r.
Tlie lar tiiuiK'.nts.
Snme IVtroit ladies, not morn thnn a
thousand mi I'm from a barrel of Halt in j
front of a Wool war I avenne pria'ery
tore, recently organized a dehatin tlnli '
fir tlie devel'ipm-ut a:il be:ii-f,t of t'nrf J
rlhU of women, h was tli.:ir first ex-peii-nce,
the dear thinx. m they ap
pointed a conunitteo to jr down town
and j-t thenedcl utationery. etc. When
the po'.ite and aiTahle clerk bad aVut
Cni.-hed fcd-ctin the article t'jeylnl
pnt down in a memorandum book, ho
inquired of the f poUenwoman of the
"Yon will want Cashing'! Mantul,'
A what?" he askel !mrply.
"A 'Ciuhins'i Jlinual,' madam," b
nnwered, moving out of ranire.
yo. fir." die Mid, with verity,
"this BO(.-iety ii fxclniively for lailien,
and if wn want anything at all in that
line it will be a wotnannal.tir. How
inch do we owe you?" Detroit Fre
Bowad Fori MII fur Ah ant.
Y illii lolly. Mayor Urant' fcretary,
Med to amnse himwlf by rowing nronn 1
Staten Island whenever he Rot a holidny
from liia arduous newspaper work few
years ago. !! did not row very fast,
but he always made complete circnit
of the inland. 1 think the distance is
aloat forty miles; at any rate. 1 know
that Mr. Holly had to rhw before day
light in order to (ret home with the cowl
in the evening. It in a feat that he osej
to speak of with a proud, beaming eye,
and 1 never wondered at it. 1 most say,
however, that in the course of seven or
igiit years' consideration of the snbject,
I have never been able lo understand
exactly why a man nhotil 1 care to row
roand Staten Lland. Clakely llall in
lha Hater la lull's (jrral La a a.
Fait Lake is by no means saturated
aolntion of salt, yet it is five or six times
as rich in salts as the ocean, and nearly
s stroiij as the Dead sea. In innimer
it contains between 20 and 12 per cent
of salt, the Mtnrution point not bein J
rearhed until the salt forms a little over
a third of the liquid. There are all
through the great basin nnmenms saline
kkes and ponds, bnt none of th aiza
and importauce of this iu L'Uh, Kot
Infrequently they are shallow and en
tirely disappear during the dryness and
keats of summer, leaving to mark their
aitea only a stretch of some acres or it
may be mile of clay or mud, entirely
orrred with lalt Ooldthwaite'i Uo
Wsichl ut Paaar If.
In tha treasnrr hen nna ilmv tKa trtM.
floa came op as to the weight of a dollar
tulL Scale of perfect accuracy were
fcrooght into reqnhation, aad tha sur
prising discovery was made that twenty
Awren ooe dollar note weighed exartly
aa much aa a twenty dollar gold ptaoa.
The Utter just balance MO graina,
Bowever, tha bill weighed were pr
foctly crisp and new. Trial mad with
oiled notes, soch a coma in every day
for redemption, allowed that twenty
aeren of thorn weighed considerably
mora than tha twenty dollar coin. Every
paper dollar on ita way throagh tba
world continually accvmalatM dirt, aa
(bat after a year of use It U perceptibly
-heavier. Washington Letter.
Patcrfarai'ia (furionsly) Too aeonn-
rM Wl, lii1 nn 1 ..,'IL ..
s . . mm jvta wujw Kim tuj
Kew Fn-ln law To aroid the insuf
ferahla fun and nonaeuaa of a aociety
Paterfamillaa (beamingly) Thank
fcsaven, my dangl.ter got a aenaibla hna
4aad eayhowl Kew Yorif WeeiJy.
A lnsll a r"rt ol n.to Ki-. t,l.
A ia ( lui-Ukl tfni-l
All vle to Huiii Iti-itrtii h lnwi.
All luu i-arlll l ntfnu.
Tlie itfiunynitt- ill the war Uors pmwOtt.
Tlir MHliiiiivol Mm drum.
Tlie i laii ii uf ilir ir i,.ihI lnvii'.a.
it , . . .
i, i 1..1 i.,.,. r
WUniiwIlieii war rrve swrlL :
Ua loir tn.ni hmvrn au anxul bright,
Ah'l niiiHa iteml fnini helL
Tlii li ihu. ! tlien miiuiite, brave ifallaata
Ami ili a vnfir lirlmes smsliia,
t)euiitev liiiniehs hsnie abil iiunor.ratl
I M ke Helil 4nlM".
No hrt iii iiMrei nimII nil niif SI'S
VVtieh the naoiil lull 'a III Mil liallil
Henri M'iinii f'U tmi-i, uiM uo wlul slglia
J-nr tlir luvrtmi ul liii- mint
Li'l iiiiiom wialiie ami eniieti wiicul
TliUi wieM aiel iiiiOiik i rvtf.
Our IiUsiiiiw It, like llll-tl III tltflll,
Auit lit-mlikc In ilii-:
Twa ftltnlaol atftnta 'lia.
(J-nerail a-iiliin there -re two kiM'ts
of Hloinai'lis- tiie hihI and the tnlioii
stoniiich tierylnnly his one or tile
itlier i;cd em u reipnrea ihlTerrnt fml
uiul car.- )o trims, aci.1 lotsis ami
ilnnUs make ym leel ba-I niLv! itv"-'
si i oi I'nlie pai ii nearly . erv tin..- vmi
eat them!' Then ymi li-.e un aci; stoin
Mi ll and it well tol..u I a. I riaals thai
Have mi eice.' ul ni l is In tnein Yolil
i;reatet reme lv afler a meal is tiioar (
Imiiate ol U carlsiiitc waler or vicliy j
Do (at meats, i;reuseand otlief ncli. fatly '
Hiilistal.i-es cause nan-en. Vnmillin Mini j
meliiiewiv' Tln li ymi have a liilloiisetoiii
ac!i Your re.iie.t reiii'-dy is to hvuoI J
it ' I t.iltv and k'riMsy fisuls as moi'li ns
pussltile and eat fri'.ils and fil con '
laiiiiu pieniv of Hi ids Ac; ! linnK.
are tae Is- iiiiilicim-s liiat yoiiraii taut
These two kinds ol slomaelis an
four. I oil nil "idea, and us aomi asmie lie i
pus In kiiuw Ciat lie lias a slumach li-lnn-1
ascertain wliic"" one tie has Then
he can dia'tor lillnselt eiinily Ji-cosinii !
u!:v one changes into the other intlie'
course ol years The acid ntiniia li liv
the cutiliiiiiniis ne of l.:ts ami avuiil (
Slice u in , lifi'iimi-s a liilmiis Imiou li
and vice Ver,i 1'ueii it is well to eat '
(s;ns!ly t Isilh for a time. Yankee I
A Clrts WntMlrrful Vuwrr.
Ride Lima l-iuiie. a yoii!: Fnnn t
Caiiadin C"I el'lit ears m. ni-rlin;
with her parents at Montreal, isssul li 1
be gifted villi a snts rnalnraJ hhvi i i
beslllia. Willi wlllcll she a euahleil ti
pei toriil Dliraclea ll""dreia of persul'
wno are lame. Iihiel, hail or otherwise
diseasl throng atut tier daily iu lne
Is lief that she it poaw-aKel ol curative
Her first enra wns oierxtel on a fnenil
of ttie family suilrriit from . anuria
which in Kulish mi ,s whitlow It is
aid to bsve la-eu snn assf ul lne oirra
tior. innsitil of IIism" ius;n a ji m-
feather ovet the alTecteil part. a',ib
patient. It la alleged, was iunne.inl.-i
enred. hince then sl:e has cut,iiiii,il!)
tinployeii tier faculty and hsj visitsj
many siple. who dec hire thai he cnrt.l
them of their vanunsailuienta Chlcaun
Art Ills sad fats.
Why are lyne and dratni.tte artists no
fond of animals an i bird The one
turn h bero repeatedly aked. tint
never, as far as we know, satisfactorily
answered. Adelina i'uttl always travels
with ber cansriea and several dotrs
barab Bernhardt drags atxmt a sruall
uienaene with ner. and nearly every
sinner and act reus baa a caiilte pet of
Laura Hchlrmer-Msplesoa baa a weak
ness for talking parrots, and psw-Ns
s.tne remarkable specimens of thre ir
nithological bipeda (ialiuaul Musm-j
A Laarnad Mllad His.
C'lnd men In Japan sometime! dist'n
I gnisb tbeiuaelvei ouUlde their regnlal
occniatioiia Una was a fainoiis "Ku
piayer. and It la r-corded that. ha-inj
tx aten a pnnre at the game. Ins sntn'o
aist. in a tit of Jealoiu aner. killeil bun
and Was himself execnted for the crime
Another was a famous author, and coin
pue.i a vainame rejiertory ol intonnatinn
in Cl'i volniiiea. The blind also practice,!
nsnry, and acqnired much cnpopulanty 1
fioiu In Lai.u way tn which they
treated their debtors. London Time
TNa Maid Itlusliad.
When Mr. David Dear I winner of th
queen pnxe, at Lisley) waa a law stu
dent, ha enre attendeil an "at borne "
On th servant asking his name, he re
plied. "David Dear." The girl blushed
and aaid, "Yes, yea; bnt what la yonr
other name, sir?" U assured her be hail
no other iiaina. But It waa of no use.
the servant knew better, and announced
luni as "Air. David. "-ban Francisco
In one of the brsrt known Loudon res
tan rants the waiter are said to receive
mora than pX) a week in tip. Th
railway servant of England receiv
about $1,500,000 every year la Uua form
from th British public
W eonsama la tola country about
100,000.000 pound of prune annually
Of this ainonnt California produces
abont 17.000,000, and th remaining 88.
OiO.noO poQnds wa import frota Asia and
BUrs asum to risa and set, lik th
arm, on aeeootit of th tarth'a r volu
tion on ber axia Tbey seem to rise four
minntea eajrlier every night, on account
of tha earth ! revolution ia her orbit
A philological atatiatlciaa calcnlstea
that in tba year 3000 thr wiil be t.700.
CJO.IXH) people wbo ipeak Euglish. and
that tha other Curon langnagaa will
bespoken by only &O0,000,000 poopla.
The expression, "All tba world's a
stage," though attributed to rjhskeepeara,
is found in the Latin of JonvenaL Am
old O reci a a author aaya, "Oreaoa ia
thoaUir where all are players."
The oyster aeetna from all aocounta t
be scarcely k p roll tin, actually, than
the houso fly. It it estimated that each
mother oystr throw oil "frota 800,000
KlaQ PATRICK FIRS?,"
IrUtJ ftavsehah Sa
coma an Oriutu
1 Twenty years 'o
tm a comparatively p
Vliis living as a sailor
lYwniug between Suv;
irloJ jtavsehuh Sailor WUo 11m Its-
coma an Orioutui I'Dtaatatfl.
Patrick O KcefTa
poxir man, making
or un small vessels
Suvannah an I nek'li-
bonnir ikiUs. ToJay.ha i a kiug. lie
U the 0ncr nnJH-jllt mh r o
U tiio owner and Ms-jlist rnier or lha
island of Nyph, in the Anstralian
pnmps of the Pacific, almost in the heart
of uio tropi -s. li would proMaiiiy ti
. (till a resident of bavannab a.id a poor
' lilin, but for two tragedies In which be
injured as one of tlie principals.
In 107, as the story U told by an old
timer, be was mate of the schooner An
' nie Suns, which plied between this city
1 air, Darien. On the schooner was a
' ymi Irish sailor turned Sjitllivan. H'.'
! nd O'Keeffe were apparently good
frills. While near Dnieii loaiin.;
lm., -r the mate was building a cabiu
on i. schooner ami S kc.l HtlUysts
' what he thought of it. The Kiilorjn 1 1)
a joking r ply which an-red OTCeeffi.,
and a li ;ht resulted. Sullivan got liie
best of it im 1 1) ilccT' we.it to Ins i;'Mr
tcr.s. and m ci;n:iTa piatol, returned and
l-egan bring at ti sailor. ,
' The latt f dodged beliind tho r.e'.v
'cabin sever. 1 ti:m.s. nnd lin.illy got n;i
and remained to O'IIclITii that ho
couldn't shoot iiii.'.Ui'y. Lilt be v., is
li)Ntal;en, for the next bullet struck him
lind heilie l in a h'liiit v,i). The ll.ale
w;:s broi'.-lif to lnv iiiimn. n:i I, ntt i a
t;:ig culiiiliemel.t 'l j ill, was ti led till. I
(;i. iiteil In Hie t'niri' i Mates court.
Ai.ervvard, while un o.Tlii r of unall
:c irm-r. I:" I; 1 1 tro-i' I ' v.'it'i on of ti; I
d el; bands i:iil Ma him into tlie river.
ri be w;is drowned.
'1 iie-i- 1-onUis fcieiiii-d t' worry
O'K' He, und I e determined t' Icnv
tin-"Spates," r lie termed it. Vi 1 sTi
l.e tain d away from ati;..i'.i ns i.-roisd
mate on an A.fn i lean vi-sJel bimml lot
Liverpool, Mi l when Irj bade bVs triendi
I' "'li y i n toe V. l: nf bo to'. I tin-Ill that
he would never return to Savminuli tin
les ho riiine i;i l.isov. n ehin.
r;ot:i I.:ver;i.sd be hhipp-I t )the Hast
I'i lie, and fro:ii t'.n r.) to lloiig-K ui.
lie b id saved a l.ttle i.yin' y by this time,
and b.-gau a small fruit and Limber ln-i-tie.Mi
between tlie I'acdii: islands nnd
IIor!g-Kou-. Jle was sue --ssful, and
alter ti few years fecnrel the island of
Nyph from t ie natives by a tra.le of
Soinesoit. The island alsmn Is in t:-ik-Wn
luii l f r:;.t, tlid O'lln Z ls.tlg'it
schooner an I bri'; and Mart-d bn-ine-s
on a big s-ale. His ve-s Is rati to Hong
Mo::g, und li s'sia built ti a:i rxtc tndve
trade, which has s'.ea l.ly iii'Tensed. until
now ha is r.-L-oned i. a MTy wiul.iiy
(J'Kis fTe left behind bitn when be
r-ided away f r!.i ivur,ult a rrifc and :t
baby danu'hti r. who is now n young
woman. I'or years iiothingwas heard
of bis wliereabsillts. After be began t j
prosjs-r in bis f.ua way boine, however,
br wrote a l. tteriin l s-nt money to his
wife. Hetri-d to persiiadi) her and b.i
daughter togo ta hiiu.but t'ney wouldn't
do it, lle,'iilariy twice a year since ho
sends remittances for their support and
keeps up a correspondence with tlieui.
Mrs. O'Kecffi; and her daughter live on
Lilx-rty street, near Foist Urond, and
have an oi' painting of toe brig of the
king of Nypii banking in their parlor.
LVides being a trad'-r of wealth and
position. O'ICeetle is tlie ruler of a larga
colony made np niontly of Malays, who
swear by bun. Savannah News.
Albanl Hlnclnf Is lluaala.
Ybat Mine. Albalii related to her in
terviewer as one of lier ni(t remarkable
experiences was her treatment in ItuKida
at the to a! ItianUe, whT" the singer.
she observed, are all considered as aerr
atita. "Well, she Bays, "it was most
strange. We were all put in a sort of
baicoiiy which bx.ked down tijsju the
banqueting scene lielow, and as each of
our turns came to ring we went lo a
little opening und sang through it. Whut
mimed me was this, that all the time
we were lryi':!5 to in our best and pro
duce our not! more cflectlvely, tji; cl it
ti r of kuivis And forks still went on. and
to make all complete, the inger might
be in a most impressive passage and
r.'iit iu ti.e laui-n oi it. wh-n. niiits re-
( carilli ss of the uncomplaining singers,
there would bo flourish of trumpets aca
soincliody would get np and piopa
toast. 1 was more fortunate than Maie.
I'itti. fur she was interrupted in tu
middle of her solo." London 'evs.
A Ijirga Itlarkflsll.
Mrs. T. L. Watson takes the prlre tor
big blackCsh caught in Black Hock ba
bor this year and for many other years
also, fjcneral T. L. Watson. T. W
Peaiaall, Mr. Watvin and Captain O
Penficld were fishing Friday oil the
spindle near Penficld reef. Mrs. Watson
was using a light rod, ami suddenly her
line was struck by something of unusual
size. She pulled in till th rod betii
nearly double, and then, declining as
sistance, passed the rod back, as the fuh
could not be lifted by it, and pulled in
at tha line "hand over band."
Tli lina waa light but it beld, and
she brought to tha surface and saMy
landed in tba boat a blackball, which
being taken ashore and immediately
weighed, palled down th seals at seven
pounds plump. Captain Pen field says it
is the biggest blackfish caught In Black
Rock harts-r in tea years. Bridgeport
Tale af Maaaa la KaglaaA.
it may be gsthered from tha annual
report of ber liujesty'l commissioner! ol
inland revenu that mor than one-third
of th whole annnal vlu of houses and
messuage in England and Wale Is to
be found ia London, and mora Ibaa one
four lb that of the United Kingdom. The
annnal vsln for London ia IfiBQ wa
f JV1JV.33. and for the United Kicgdota
All la Ul Fsvar.
"DoyoTi ever expect to succeed la bufi
aeu, wriUog sach aa Ulegibla band aa
"Certainly. My eon t nut are alwayi
ia my handwriting and tbey can never
. be read except its I want am to go.
TO CLOSE B U
OVEFjGOATS M SUITS,
FOn 1VI231M AND BOYS
FOR Li:ss MONEY THAN EVER HEARD OF HEFORE
"Who will i-liow you huttcp inaac-H, quality and for less
buy west oi Cliiciigo.
A CHILI) CAN JiUJf AS CHEAP AS
JOS HEuIcic Cnl3T Cno HFrlcc,
NO TROUULE TO SHOW COOD3.
OPERA HOUSE CONNER, PLATTSMOUTH.
Th Tloardlnf lloaaa YVaman'a (ll af a
Much Muolad Ourallua.
A woman, driven by the viciahitudesof
lifo to throw ber borne njen to boarder,
Guils tha experience, as moat other wom
en wbo try it do, diRlcult, to say the least.
Dut she aaya philoMiphicairy: "I am
learning human nature. I buv discov
ered that the soft Voiced, refined balk
ing woman often carries tigcrii.li claw
beneath her velvet, and that the frank
looking, well dreseod tnan may develop
into a 'Meddlesome Matty' before my
ryes. I don't know why humanity should
become brutal when it essays boarding,
but it sfiiiS to. A woman called re
cently, liked my apartments, and re
turned to the parlor to 'talk busiuusa,' ai
she mill, w ith an engaging smilu.
" 'Luiiui ts' meant a scries (if search
ing, releiitb-HS qtiiitions and cxactiotit
which set my cheeks afiaine and filled
my eye with bot tears of uiorliliratiou.
Lid I intend purchasing a new carjx-t for
the parlor? Were my stiiir aud balli
runally kept somewhat cleaner then tin y
appeared that day? Were my bedsclenn
Did I have two kin la of meat for uiuuei?
I'm homemade bread entirely, and, fin
ally, did a maid ojxrn tha front door as a
rule? This was a gratuitoua imperti
nence. "I waj taking tha lettcn from tha
poatinan ai sho cauio tip tho steps, aud
naturally n-d ived In r. And then sum
Weut away, after taking three nikinc as
references. I iniilsted in turn that she
shonld give me one, that of a former
landlady, aud it was one of tha small
compensations of my lot, when she Wrote
ma a week later that she found my refer
ences satisfactory and would take the
rooms, to reply that I had found ber
reference iuokL uu&atUfactory and waa
lure I could not tolerate ber exaction.
"A man came to me tha other night,
and after forcing my price down aa low
aa be could, aked ma if my husband
waa a Christian, If my family attended
church and Sunday school, if my other
boarden were God fearing people, and if
Sunday was observed with religion!
quiet by everybody la tba house.
'Teopleask ma to take them cheaply
because tbey are saving to buy a borne
or because tha husband has extra office
expense or, aa on gashing creature told
tna, 'because wa waut to go to Europe
next summer.' Tha more they want tn
le they want to pay. Look at tba ad
VertiannieuU for 'board wanted,' 'every
thing unexceptionable and 'terms mod
"Would then people think of going
Into a shop and saying, 'I want your
most expensive goode at a low pricr
Yet they do precisely that with me, Hur
ronndiiigs, appointments and service that
mean a catrioua outlay they demand and
are not willing to pay for. Tby canuot
afford to koep op an establUhmeiit to
their liking, and they atk me to do it for
them without adoqaut com pent itio-i.
The average man or wnnvui to
part with hi OoUrtimy, si n v of J.istire
and bumai.ity when be start out to bo
come a boarder." Uor Twint of 'm w (a
New Ywk TimcD.
a... i ....
HEAR IN JIIND THAT
SATE YOU COITET
Furnishing Gcoa?, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc
ill my you to come fifty miles to trade with
PLACES OF W ORSHIP.
Catholic.-HI. I'nl' I'lmrrb. n. between
-it It aiiil eliili. raiin-r a-my, riwinr
H-ivirt-i: V ! l S nu l :.m A M. huu.laj
ecln.nl r.l 2 -Hi. l b Vi.i-tllrll.ii..
CHniTiw.-'iin er l..arttf snit Flchth Hi.
M ilrrtiniTiiliisilii1 trnis(. r iW J. a.
t.rf d, (lanlnr. eulida) N liool II A. H.
Bei oeAL.-Ht I.nai-'s I liun-h, comer Third
and in. Ilev II II Hurtrn i-tir. rr-viri-s
: II A M l ill jut. M. buiiil Bchuul
at 2 XT. M.
riFMMAN M'TlinmsT irtier f lilh Pi aai)
linuiHe llrv. lint. I'a-lnr. hnvrea II A. m.
siiilljsr.pl. piiu.i) m h.Kil In 30 a .
ParaHlTrniaW. 'mirn Is r t hi'ieli.e.ir
i -r Miili ai.il l.ruiiile (. iii-i. J 1. I Bin,
1-n-l.ir. eumlai-M- ml at 8i3T; 1 rractili'f
at li s. ni.sMi s n in,
Ihf V It e. C. K M ifc'a i hurrh m- ela eveiv
fal.liiilli eveiili e al 7 :l& III I lie l.swmei.l .t
the el iinh. Allaie u.viieU tu SiH.U tlieae
FtHHT MTnnlH"T. Hts h Sf., bten Main
ami Trail. I'rv I. V. I'.ilil. I'. II. nasli.r.
Mrvlrt-. :IA M. I m e M mimU m ImmiI
SJMA M. I'taj.riJiirll.g weJiienlajf eveu
lit. (leiiMAM Pa'srvTraiai. Coner Muln snd
N.iiih, lirv W Hie, usii r. ei-mres usual
Imiin. huliil;. J rl.iaii u uia A. M.
s ihiI-m i i xoa oATioaAL. irsn!i, be-
larrn Kiflll ml elllll.
I'eu.iirii IUitit. V. fillve, I'uV. t-fwifti
rinli a nil Ht--iiili lii-v. A. Ii.rll. I-
lor, eeiti. r II s Hi. Mull J) p. Ul. lla)il
li ra-lll.K W eilhrmlsy evrlill at
Tut'MI Vr.s'S t'HIII TM" A'-IATIov-
l:iH.niin sir-f-nan iii k. !;.in !rrr?. li-
I r! inieiins. Ii r in-!, mil)', ef r boiiiUy at.
IrMKN ii at 4 h'i !.. HiH.iii iiiwu art k Uu)i
iiiini a . s in .In V .y i. Hi.
Mol'TH lAHK lAprnirLr -llrv. .1. V.
V f-A, I oif. l-ivii-si Mii.ila' hi Iiih.I.
ii'l. iii,: I ri-,,rMi k, II a m. ul.il S I.. Hi.;
rrinri inritli r Iiimk'hv rili lit ; r'mft rsc-
iictnily liiKi't All sre ariruHie.
Whrn you to a ahoe lorr your
object ienot only to buy eliot-a but
to procure for wliut you aprnd the
licet tlint your iniimy will buy,
lysa than this will not content you;
more tluin tliia yon ennnot, in rea
son, aek. Our methods lire aa
simple as your demrea. We lu not
lilt your e xprc tntions to tlie clouds,
but we realize llicni wlmtevcr llicy
are. We will never rnenfice jour
intcn ta to otira nnd nowhere clee
can you get a fuller nnd fairer
equivulent fr your money. An
repccinlly profitable purclinee for
you ia our etc.
BOOTS, BH O 13 O O It.
9)1 Main Street
at Jobbers Pricc3
money than you can
: D-E-N'-T-I-S-T .-s
fi il It ltd licui'Lt llt sfa bVl i .
f. h.MLWsn .n-llirli lor t
liat-llifi ul lettli
Fine Gold Work a Specialty
Kasaauud Itlik 1 latlsuioulh, fc'f
QAWSON A PKARCE
Their Fs'l rB. tm) r.l.li. i .lr nt i'il!'
. . I... ..... a.... ..... ...... . I. ... hul
In s'ruw ami e I. Ilicyli vasluil , I
line nl lial.y rt"itn mhi in m- t i i
drrl irliMi i f.l HiK'h nut blt I 4
!ucril lb' li 'r w rail, i toil-In saud I 1
" re la uliiiiiiril, V 1
MISS ECIIUYLI.R, TRIMMER. p
OOI.D A! rR''t,4lst f'HnWNa-.
Dridge work and flue gold work a
OK. STKO'At'H UM'Af. . i-l! ss ether
eatbetlcsalvsa lurlhr ilulrMeiUwiiua
a A. MARSHALU FitrgeraU E!o
A. N. BULLIVAN.
Attorney sr-Uw. will air prompt eta
n all i ilne entrulr, hiM1, nm,a
Oslou tlrk, fcaat Mills, i'latumuulh, hub, I
AND TYPEWRITING COLLEGr
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. !
Ther are thnnnntfs of ynar( lsles. eT
r'ls. arli'Mil tesi'licrs clmks, etc alioi reea
nut r n aslsienra en a snlaif bajclr suff..il
la aupi'lf Ihelr averr lsy mi.
Itv eeiniiiMitia eotirss In hnrt liasisl
br Di.lilil'iflb i csn sata tixai $iolMir
SMus'lnes urdleei ta eempelent studi' 1
lumuitusl iLiiiuctlda, n wtviie allien. ,
DAY AND EVEN IN 0 SESSIO
Itm'ms vrr layers f ja-a
ITTAnted An setlve. rellsble f -i
An setlve. relisMe r i a'si
to mi an
au aiiuiliiy, aa Hit nil. a- Li .A im, j
in kit uu ntii.rii a rrn'oiid,
Hm-e. frfermras. MAktt ALluasa. i 3
hot L'. New Yurk. I 1
Muny old noldiers, who contrnr-'
chronic tiurrlioea while tn
acrvice, liuve aince been tierninn
iy cureci oi u uy liuiniiicri.
Colic, Cholcru and diarrhoea I
edy. I-'or anle by K. (J. I rlcke A
Shtloh'a rntarrh remrki
Itlve cure Cutnrtli, 1)1 j
t nnuer nioiuu. jor
Kriclc A Co.
to 3.000,0u0 ova" anaoally,
V'sw York Eooca.
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