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PLATTSMOUTII, NKIJ., MAIiCII 30, 181).
VOL. VI. N0.H8
IIIK NK"H, Kdtul.lnhf.l Nov 5,18.11. I
1 III". IIKKALD, KHlabliHlicd April 10. iKUt (
COJiMOliiiatt:.! J:ui. 1,
WE ME A N BUSINESS!
A Splendid Line of New, Fresh (Iroccrie
..Just Received at..
L. B. EGENBER GSR'S
Also a Fine Line of Dry Goods and Notions.
REMEMBER VV not ..-lling Sii'-;;ir :.t l. ss Tlum
Jl Co-it in oidor to Mako upon aomcthi njr eisc, but wo sell -v i v-
thing on a CLOSE MAUCIN and
Jl ovory Department.
Call And See
310 Main St. L.
Special Price In Wall Paper Per
the Spring Trade:
Nico Kitchen Patterns, . . . ..'5c per Hull
Nice Bedroom l'attors 4e per I lull
Nico Dining-room Patters, :c per Ko.l
Nice Parlor Patterns, 'Jc per 1 loll
All New Styles We have
a few Remnants at.stiil Lower
Prices. Also everything you
need in Paints or Oils at the
GERING & CO.,
DrugKirttH ;iil Wall I'aper I)'al r.
Do not neglect a ConRh Foley's Honey and
or Cold, as delays are of- Tarisenaranteedtocivo
ten danceroos. Foley's prompt relief In all cases
Honey and Tarlsa of Asthma. Donotclass
pleasant, aafe and euro this with other medicine
oar. Contain, no opiates that has failod to eive
and is guaranteed. ' relief.
CONSUMPTION. LA CRIPPE.
Foley's Honey and If yon hove had the Grii
Tar does not hold out you probably need a re
fulse hopes in advanced linblo medicine like Fo-
Htagea, but claims to give ley's Honey and Tor
relief in the very worst to heal your lungs and
cases, and In early stages stop tho racking couyli
to effect a cure. incidental tothis diseasi
Thousands of infants Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Ag-
and children die yearly new, Mich., says: "I have
of Croup, every one of used Foley's Honey
these innocents could and Tar in three very
have been saved had Fo- severe coses of Fneumo-
ley's Honey and Tar nia tho past month, with
been given them in time. good results."
For Sale.by SMITH
Talk About Diamonds
Their brilliant glitter scarce
outrivals' the polish you c;m put
on a MurzlutTshoe. Good leather,
well-tanned leather, that's the
reason. It does more than shine
it wears, it fits, it "feels pood"
whether you walk across the
street or i.e. ss the continent.
It's a shine r, rv stayer, a soother.
( '.list-; mnnAv V Of cnu r- o nnt.
as much as you'd think, though.
A Put one on an give its tongue a
y chance to tali . You'll do the
q talking after y u've worn a pair
and we'll sell lot mote.
4 Josepi lctxcr,
6 rth Side Main Street.
LINCOLN AVE. AND
M MillLE STS.,
II. M. SOENMCIISEN, Manager.
Large Supply of all the
HARD COAL SOFT
Including the Famous
Jackson Hill and
Canon City Lump,
Always on hand Also a quantity of
cheaper Grades of NUT COAL. We also
keep on hand all kinds of Wood. All or
ders promptly delivered. Leave orders
at grocery store of A. H. Weckbach & Co.
f CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Reading Rooms and Dispensary,
Drew BuildiDg, I'lattsmou Hi, !.
Open from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p.
m. Service each Sunday. 11 a. m.
yon will find I : A I Hi A I NS i u
& FARM EL E.
Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes
FOB BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS
such as Wind and Tain in tlio Stomach.
Giddiness, i'ulnes after nii.-nN. Head"
ache, Dizzinoss, Drowsiness, l'luhiners
of Heat, Loss of Appetite. Costivencss. .
Blotches on tlu Skin. C"M Chills, Dis
turbed Sleep. lYiiilnful Dreams and nil
Nervous and Tremllin? Sensations.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF
IN TWENTY MINUTES. Every sufferer
will acknowledge them to he
A WONDERFUL MEDICir.E.
BEECIIAM'S PILLS, taken as direct
ed, will quickly r"storo Females to com
plete health. They promptly roinovo
obstructions or irreLTUlarities of the sys
tem and cure &.:. licaOaeiic. Pur a
IN MEH, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Beecham's Pills are
Without a Rival
And hare the
of any Patent .Medicine in the Vorla.
25c at all Drug Stores.
AND UN DERTAKING
Our stor k is complete in all lines -1 we
In vite our friends to look it over. wll
endeavor to please you. Call a,nd see us.
"TREiGHT C SATTLSH.
(Successors to i.L.x.ry Boeck. )
J(,A1 : sMOlJT.'l. - NEB
JAMES W. SAGE.
The best of rigs furnished at all hour and his
prices are always reasonable. Thtrnost
convenient boarding stable for far
mers in the citv
NEW : ADVERTISEMENTS.
'c.aud v 1 '"'at Pnf'TTi
rpJ r?.i nil i
r IX JAMS
IJ- ' f-'S i meanscs and l-utili
?'KJ4-:l-r-l3l'roniHe a loiui:nt
.-I -Never Fails to
rv'f-i"' Aiair to i: iduioiui
I'.V'-!"- 4 dims penio li.faes & hair
Teachers Normal at
i;i; ATI i-;'iAu-:, coon work
l.riti-r 1 ii'iii Our Sjicriiil Corri-Himiitli-iit
.Uxli- l.rion I ill riniiiimiit A
Surprim; Oil it lllnv
J on i'u:t ! is I .
.-ipl l i.U lj( i II L - p"il-l'Ii C.
i.Kl'l.N. Watkk, Xcl., March !!'..,
lS'.i,. i liu uniiua. normal instiluU; fr
(J ..s i-oiinty v;; c tiiijil to order yes
Iciuay laoiinng I y tlie cuunty tuj.cr-iuU-iid..-nt.
Alter oening exv-n.-ises
Sup' riiiLen.l.. nt Skinner of Nebraska
City was introduced. Mr. SU inner has
gi;ogrnphy ai.d aritliinetic. In jreog
i a)iiy he tried to po int out tho analo
gies existing hflweeu Iho continents
of the new world and thoo of the old
world. In arithmetic ho presontcd
the spee-r nie-tbcd of ratios and rela
tions. 'Ihis is a new method in arith
metical pi ocedure, but is destined to
lie the method of tlie future.
Following Mr. Skinner came Dr.
ltyroii W. King, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
who talked upon tlie subject of lan
guage, principally the language of
action, or movement.
The afternoon sessions are being
held in tho Congregational chuicu.
Prof. Skinner talked upon "clfecto"'
or "hints" in reading. Dr. King fol
lowed with. a lecture on "Does Educa
tion Pay." Many of the citizens of
this place are attending the meetings
and are well pleased with the work.
Last evening Dr. King lectured oa
"All tho World's a Stage." lie was
listened to by a largro audience. Tho
doctor is a most pleasant and enter
taining sreaktr and will draw large
Today the mot ning sessions were
held in the school house. The after
noon sessions will be in the church.
Dr. Kimr and Captain Eli wiii occupy
the stage this afternoon. This even
ing there will be a reception to the
teachers. J. A. Collins of the North
western Monthly is with the institute
Th a music for the sessions is varied
and inspiring. Mis3 Lillian Kiuble's
violin solos were well received.
The principal's round table was or
ganized ye teiciay afternoon, by the
election of F. E Morrow as president
and principal. Swisher as secretary.
A 'ice I'rogrmn.
The Imperial Mystic Legion had s
verv iileasiiiLr entertainment at the
hail last night in tho Fitzgerald.
There w re a large number of mem
bers and friends present and the fol
lowing program which was ad mi rably
rendered proved hitrhly entertaining:
Miss KcdlurJ. Mrs. Hasse. Me.-srs. Toiilf
Sol,, Miss Kedford
Zitt.e-r olo Maggie Weber
Recitation Glen Hearing
Talk R. 15. Windham
S,.'m Mr. Tuliif
Selection Mr. li. II. 1'ackard
Miss Kcdh.rd. Mis. Ha-se. Mrs. J ehnsoii
'i'his o.eei- is tn lion . i-hinjr eondi
t.on and it is i;o.ed they mny give
more of t:io. i- pleading j a r tits in the
f utur-e .
'I en i y-li Vt urs Did.
The. h ieiuls of 15. L. Kit kh: in to tlie
!.im:l)'-r oi six eoupies . C. Ber for
tiiid wife, Henry Kiikusim and wife,
M. M. De;il ai.d wife, Mr. Perry and
wife, Geo. McCavigan and wife, Mrs.
Kaufman and daughter, Mrs. Kii k
huin nnd John Kirk ha pi called on I
L. Kirkham, of tho Journal, :tt his
pleasant home on south Fourth street
last night and gave him a pleasant
s'.t'-pria. tho oee-.isiou of his twenty-iif-h
bii'.h lry. Music at.d cards oeeu-
i-d tlie attention of the guesls a
eoo.iiy jortion t'f the evening, while
. xce'leiit refreshments made tho even
ings enjoyment complete. The sup
prire was complete to Mr. Kirkham
which made the evening all tlie more
l'n jjraiii fur ToniRht's Concert.
, Mr. Butler.
Ko?e Softly Ullooinitig Spohr
I.enJ Me Vour Aid, Queen of Sheba Gounod
I Have Lost My Erydice, Orfeo Gluck
Calm as the Night Goetz
Mrs. Cook and Mr. Tucker.
L )ch ..amend ' Scotih
My Love Is Come French
Toreador Sengs, Carmen Bizet
Cradle Song Vannah
Ah, Yes, I Love Thee Fencing Master DeKoven
Miss Getner and Mr. Tucker.
An Evening; at Whist.
Miss Ro.-e Ilyers entertained a few
of her young friends last night at the
home of her parents on Seventh and
nocK streets. Whist was the interest
ing feature of the evening, together
with social conversation and pleas
antries generally indulged by happy
and corgenial young people. Those
in attendance were Misses Mayme
Sullivan, Clara Green and Florence
While. Messrs. F. A. White, II. F.
Goos, F. R. Ballnnce and II E. W id
man. Iloilovva v's bread, which has taken
the le :d, is made of Ileisel's Plansif
ter fl ur.
Lttte War New.
A special from Havana says that
Council General Leo has wired for
help in a mob was fornrng to kill tlie
T tit Ot t II mi w it.
The next cancer, to be given under
the dit eelion of tho Musical Depart
ment of tlie Wom .n's ciuh will lake
place at the l iisl Coi.gi t gat.onal
church. Tiie attraction will Icj the
Ottuimva m .le (ju.irti-tto of Chicago,
an organiaiuii of ruie exte. lueand
h igh standing. A gre.il many concert
companies have sung over a number
of states in tho union during their
tour, but it wts left for tho Chicago
ore;iinz ition to sing over te ven t-tales
in onejiay. Tho Otlumwas of Chicago
happened to be at Waiorlon, la., this
wool', and tho Long Distance Tele
phono Construction company pressed
theui into servioo to demonstrate the
merits of their lines. The Uttumwas
gave a short musicale, which was
heard in Ne-w York, Chicago, Minne
apolis, St. Louis-, Omaha, Davenport
and a number of minor cities, all con
nected at Waterloo at tiie same time.
Tho New York people wore es
pecially llattering in their comments
on the quartette. The Ottumwas tiro
in Minnesota this wook and next week
coricertize in Jllinios, thence intit
Missouri, soul hern Iowa, Kansas, Ne
braska and tho Dikotas. Miss Klein
man, a Chicago girl, is with them as
reciter and is pleasing the people im
mensely. Omaha li'oc.
At tho Presbyterian church Monday
1' imlin.ir u I-onji Lost Itrotlier
The St. Louis Republic of March 1-3,
contains the following article embel
lished with pictures of the parties of
which tho a rticlc in question treats:
"When Mrs. Suran J. Scott of 1013
Lafayette avenue, was married at her
home in Auburn, Neb., fourteen years
ago, she had a little brother, John, who
was in knickerbockers. John Connor
was a ild boy and shortly after his
sister and her husband left Auburn
the boy uisappeared. Ho has not been
seen since, and has been mourned as
dead. One of the men arrested at
Washington. Mo , by the federal au
thorities a few days ago gave tho name
of John Connor. Mrs. Scott, who has
bhen in St. Louis one year, saw the
name in the papers :.nd surmised that
the man was her brother. When he
las.-ed her in tho Four Courts corridor
in custody of Deputy United States
Marshall Kennedy, on his way to the
federal bubding. she was sure he was.
She followed, and in the Eighth st; eet
elevator in -the federal building, she
embraced him, and there was an af
Connor was returned to the jail yes
terday afternoon, and when he arrived
there was a large ba-ket of delicacies
awaiting him, sent by his newly found
sister. While Connor was uiseussing
the con tents of the basket Chief Dep
uty Jailer Wagner congratulated him
on his reunion wiih his sifter.
"Si.-ter," scornfuly echoed Connor.
"That's not my sister. I wish she
was. She thinks she is, though, and
say, don't give the snap away. She'.l
keep me in grub here all the timo I'm
in jan, ami tins is to- good a gratt to
it L.'hnholT's practical bi-
15y i i tue of an order of sale issued by Geo. I'".
1 louse . ei t li, can k. oi ihe district court, uitliai
and lor Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will on the Ziith day ol April, .-v. 1).
li's,at 1 o'clock p.m. oi sai 1 day at the south d jor
of the court house in the city of I'iattsmoutli, in
said county, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder lor cash, the billowing real estate, to
wit: 1 he noi theast quarter n e 1 1 of the south
west quarter s w f.i J and the north hall n ' d
the souiheast quarter se;.j.of section thirtv
:i(J township twelve range thirteen 11:;
east of tlie tith p. m. iu Cass county, NebraKa.
Together with the privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
The same being levied upon and taken as the
prjperty ol Leonard C. . Murray and Rebecca
A. Murray, defendants, to satisfy a judgment
and decree ol said court recovered by C G.
1 lovey & on, cross petitioners against sajd de
fendants in the case of May X. Martin vs. Leon
ard C. W. Murray etal together witli the privil
eges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or
in anywise appertaining. The same being levied
upon and taken as the property ol Leonard C.
W.Murray and Rebecca A. Murray, defendants
to satisfy a judgment ol said court recovered by
the said K. G. iiovey & Son as aforesaid, against
Flattsniouth, Nebraska, March 2i5. A. D.lsOS.
V. D. Wheeler,
Sheriff, Cass County, Neuraska.
By J. D- McBrtde, Deputy,
R. B. Windham Attorney lor E. G. Dovey & Son.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by George
F, I louseworth, clerk of the district court, within
and for Cass county. Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will on tne 2bth day of April, A. l.
ls;s, at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day at the south
door of the court house in the city of i'latt-niouth,
in said county, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder for cash, the following real estate to-w it:
The northwest quarter (nw'i) and the north
west quarter ( n w ) ot the southwest quarter
( s w l4 ) ot section thirty 3o township twelve
1 range thirteen 1:5 east of the tith p. in. Cass
county, Nebraska together with the privileges
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywbe appertaining. The same being levii d
upon and taken as the property ot Leonard
C. W. Murray and Rebecca A. Murray, delend
ants. to satisfy- a judgment of said court recovered
by Samuel Waugh as executor of the last will and
testament of John Black, deceased plaintiff, and
a judgment recovered by the Bank of Cass county
cro s-petitioner against said defendants.
Flattsmouth, Nebraska, March -Jrt, A. D. IsS'S.
W. D. Wheeler.
Sheriff, Cass County. Nebraska.
By I. D. McBride. Deputy.
R. B.'Windham, Attorney lor Plaintiff.
In district court of Cass county. Nebraska.
Clara cox vs. James R Cox.
James R. Cox, defendant, will take notice tlrat
on the 10th dav ot March. A. D. W.-s. Cart Cox.
p:aintih. herein riled her petition in the district
court of Cass county. Nebraska, against the said
James R. Cox, defendant, the object aad praver
of which is to obtain a divorce from the defend
ant. James R. Cox, and to procure a decree
granting to plaintirt the custody and control of
the minor child "Grade Cox.'" daughter of plain
tiff and defendant . Said relief is asked because
the defendant, without jut cause oi provocation,
cruelly and wantonly deserted plaintirf upon or
about September l'.ith, A. IJ. ls'.4, and has con
tinuously remained away for more than two
years prior to riling of his suit.
You are required to answer said petition on or
before the lth day of Ma v. A. L). ls;s.
Dated this :!fth day of "March, A. D. 1s;ih.
By her Attorneys, Byron Clark and C A. Rawls.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, tho oth day of April, 1SS)H, an
election will bo held at the following
Fust ward Perkins House.
S coud ward Turner Hall.
Third ward Jones' livery barn.
Fourth ward Anhcusor. Dusch
Fifth ward H.ich's groeery store
Tor the e eetion of the following
nam d oilic.-rs:
1 'ol ice J udge.
Two members of school board.
One councilman for First ward.
One councilmin for Second ward.
One councilman for Third ward.
One councilman for Fourth ward.
One councilman for Fifth ward.
Said election will be opened at t)
o'clock a. in. and continue open until
7 o'clock i. m..of said day.
John A. Cl'TseiiK, Mayor.
H. C. Kkku, City Clerk.
I'litl Isinoiit li Turn V-rein.
The following are tho hours of in
struction of the Plattsmouth Turn
Verei n classes:
Hoys Class I-to 14 years, Tuesday
4: 111 J to p. in and Friday 4 ::0 to G p. m.
Hoys Class 8 to 12 years, Monday
4:1)0 to ( p. m. and Thursday 4:.')0 toll
Cirls Class V2 to . yeai s, 10. DO to
2 a. in., Saturday.
Cirls Class 8 to 12 years, Wednes
day 4:,';0 to 0 p. m. Saturday 0 to 10:30
Ladies Class Wednesday 8 to 9:1)0
p. m. English. Friday 8 to 1):30 p. m.
Active class (18 to 30 years old) Tues
aay 8 to 10 p. m. and Thursday 8 to 10
Senior class (oO years and over) Mon
day 8:.')0 to 10 p. m.
Fencing, boxing and wrestling class,
Sunday 10 to 12 a. m.
Applications for admittance will be
received at the gymnasium during
class hours by Instructor O. F. Ernst.
A little boy asked for a bottle of
"get up in the morning as fast you
can," the druggist recognized a house
hold name for "De Witt's Little Early
Risers. "and gave him a bottle of those
famous little pills for constipation,
sick headoache, liver and stomr.ch
troubles. F. C Fricke, & Co.
TO CLitE A t'OLU IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative) Dromo Quinine Tablets.
Ail druggists refund tlie money if it
fails to cure. 2oo. The genuine has
L. O. Q. on each tablet.
liiicklen'D Ariur f?;ilve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
burns, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, tetter, chappep hands, chil
blains, coi ns, and all skin eruptions,
and posi lively cures piles, or no pay
eeouire i. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
'vice J.-b cents per box. For sale b
b C rYici.e.
It I'uys to lt the ISest.
V. E. and C. E C -a bill are deliver
ing the best of milk t-th i customers
in ;.U parts of th 3 city. Try our sys
tem of ho' lie delivery.
You can get a dollar h it at, '1 ucker
Sisters for 2o cents. Come e..rly as we
nave but few left.
-,:-pecinl notices under this bend will be
ebeirjie'i for at t he rate of yt cent uer word
encli I nsertion . i
Q LWING Ail kinds of plain and fancy sewing.
clothes done at the rooms of Mrs. Orilla Sher-
man, over c-oaios naraware siore, no iaiu
ANTED To trade. A good gold watch
for an organ. Enquire at the News office.
WANTED Active, sober and trustworthy man
to travel through this section. Salary $50 a
month, payable weekly, and expenses; splendid
opportunity. Address SHEFF company, 1020
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Fa.
AGENTS WANTED For War in Cuba, by
Senior Quesada, Cuban representative at
Washington. Endorsed by Cuban patriots. In
tremendous demand. A bonanza for agents.
Only SLoO. Big book, big commissions. Every
body wants the only endorsed, reliable book.
Outfits free. Credit given. Freight paid. Drop
an trash, and make $3ijO a month with War in
Cuba. Address today. The National Book Con
cern, 3"2-3.V5 Dearborn St., Chicago.
Escape the rigors of the winds this
month by going south over the
Louisville Sc Nashville Rail
road. This line has a perfect
through-car service from cities
of the north -to all winter re
sorts in Georgia, Florida, and
along the Gulf Coast in Texas,
Mexico and California. The
Florida Chautauqua now in
session at DeFuniak Springs;
six weeks with the best lec
tures and entertainers, in a
climate which is simply per
fect. Very low rates for round
trip tickets, on sale daily.
Homeseekers' Excursion-! on
the first and third Tuesday. i
Tickets at about half rales.
For full particulars write to
C. P. Atmo'e, G. P. A., Louisville,
Ky., Geo. H. Horner, D. P. A., St.
Louis, Mo. '
7Vic Vopc's Cof ic?is.
That JOK FRANK have K-cii the origina
tors of Low l'rievs on Firs.t-cl.'i.s (iooiIs no one
can tloiilit. Y haw and arc selling the H1CST
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
Hats and Caps
For less money than you can buy inierior floods
for. We have been doin a straight business
ever since we've been here and we are proud of it,
and should any article sold by us not be exactly
as represented we shall without a murmur tfive
you your money back or replace the same with a
new article. What more can you ask? Come in
and have a look through
OUR NEW SPRING STOCK
and if our oods are not Nicer and I Setter Made
than you can find elsewhere we will jL,nve you the
Prices are advancing and many competitors
will g-ivo. you that "son," but do not be misled
and pay higher prices when you can buy as cheap
of us as you ever could in America.
We bought all our clothing before the ad
vance and intend to ive the benefit of it.
Look around, but before you buy come and
ret our prices.
3 Zhz Smith premier Typewriter
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Orn lha Uraneh (3fliee, c-ir.
b:it Itnvo s'I'l dirr-ct to the con
'ifn:r f'-r 2' yf;ara at wfioie-
priie pnu:s, saving
dealer s f'rol;t.i. Slupanj
w :ire f'r examination.
Furr s, t s
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As C'.- 1 at teils fur 5-' j- Catalogue ol ail our
ELKHART CARRIAGE AM) HARNESS UtO.
;0 hYs a Fin? Violin
and Oirnph'le 0ul.1t.
i'uAj ij uarau'.Md
. "1 00 buys a Mandoline,
j Iiirdseye Maple, Mahogany or Rose
wood Finish. Fully guaranteed.
GO bays An American
' J a guaranteed to stand.
strings, in Mahogany or Rose
SEXD FOR CATALOGUE OF SHEET MUSIC.
3 SO buys a $100 Organ.
Kimball Pianos! Oigans
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
!'i;tnos, little used, for $50,
Writ for CaUlofftiM and oar
A, HOSPE, JR.,
Permanently cured by using DR. WHITEHALL'S RHEUMATIC CURE. The
surest and the best. Sold by druggists on a positive guarantee. Price 50 cents
ler box. Sample sent free on mention of this publication.
THE DR. WHITEHALL MEGRLMLNE CO.. Sooth Bend. Indiana
Btst Value COritlng flaeWnt.
Das all the Latest Xmprorcmmts.
popular Because of reritv
plost Durable Typewriter Jade.
premier Buyers do JVot experiment.
tOritt for JSew Hit Catalogue fret.
fitnith Dreirncr "Crocwritci Co-
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gpratuse, ft. O- H.
ven I n Ui and l-'arnam sts.
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', to !-70.
rt H'irfT. Pric. wiih eartaini, lamps, mm-
el . hule, up:uu u 1 fouler; Ai o4um.1i lr -Ak
CO. W. E. PRATT. Hee'j. KLKUA&T. 1KI.
$60, $80 to $100.
tsrms. PACTOBI PBICE3.
1513 Dcug!as Street. OMAHA, EB.
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