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lucUlrn'a Am leu Salve.
The Bett Salve lu the world for Cuts,
Bruses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ilheuui. Fe
ver sores Teller Chapped Hands Chilb
lains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and
poaitivly cure Tiles or no pay required.
It is gauaantecd to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For Sale Hy J. M. Uob
rfs. Nv. 27 ias:$ ly
The Best Couch Medicine
In Ike World.
SAMPLE FREE OF CHARGE.
Call at Warrick's drug store, and
get a sample bottle of lirowu's Expec
torant iree 01 cnargc. n tuitu vuut;."-
Hoarsenc-SH. Whooping Cougti and Cou
sumption in its early stages. It is a
cieulin. preparation, admirably alai t
ed for the cure ol all Throat and Lung
Diseases. It is pleasant to take and
utirelvhnrmloBH. Try it; it costs you
nothing. Ki-g.ilar izo bot tie, 5)eiits
.n.t fil iK). For sale bv W..I. Warrick
Jan. y djfcwly
Free ! Free! Freo !
N'KW DISCOVERY FOR PILES
A new remedy for tins dreatkl dis
ease has been discoven-d by Dr. Deuing
A 6ingle application will convince tin
most skeptical of its most wouderfu
liHlinf iiowors. Rv calling on W. J
Warrick dru7rist. you cau obtain
mi.li !ifv fr of charge, which vyill
utiafv vouof its curative qualities.
Jan 3 Dxwly
On receipt of $1.50 in currency or
stamps we will mail free Fifty pieces
assorted Vocal and Instrumental umu
ard Music from all the most popular
composers and authors.
The J. W. Bailey Mercantile Co.
St. Joseph. M'
2 000 naekacrea of silk and ribbon
scraua out ud in assorted lota for 25c
50r 75c. and tl.OO each, any one of
which will be mailed, postage paid, on
receipt of price. Address
The J W Bailey Mercantile Co.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Refrigerators in all sizes at Henry
" Whst causes the great rush at Will
J. Warrick's Drug Store." The free
distribution of sample bottles of Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and LuugSjrup, the
most popular remedy for Cough, Colds,
Consumptions and Bronchitis now on
the market. Regular size 50 cents and
Orders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at the Western
broom factory. d23 Imo
Go to C- G. Herold's new store for
bargains in readv made clothing, hats.
cans, and cents furnishing goods. 15dtf
Chtice. Dure fresh mixed candy at
Jim Autill's for only 2q cents a pound.
M O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anhenser Utirch St Louis Bot
tied Beer and always ready to pay pac-
ticular attention to his customers.
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlington route. It will pay
vou to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in this issue. 47tf
A new line of bulk perfumery, of the
beet quality, at Fisher's. Call and see
Spearhead tobacco is all the go rcw.
All chewers seem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will b given away
in June next. Call at Matt Schlegel's'
for a circular. ltf
This beautiful three story brick structure, on
ower Maid street, has just been finished and
tted up fur the accommodation of
inii FHINPi NEW AND CLEAN
. .J ",, in connection with the
UuJu Lll House.
tf FliEI) COOS. Propr.
Dr. Home's Electric Belt
Will cure Nervousne?.. Lumbago. Rheuma
tism. Paralysis. NeurulKia. Sciatica. Kidney,
Hpine and Liver disease. Uout, Asthma. Heart
disease, Dispepsta- Constipation. Erysipelas,
Catarrh, Piles. Ei tlepy. I m potency, J)unib
Ague, Prolapsus. L'teri. etc. Only scientific Klec
trfc Belt in America that sends the Electricity
and Magnetism through the body, and can be
recharged in an instant by the patient.
$1,000 Would Xot Buy It. s
Dr. Horxk I was aillic-ted with rheumatism
and cured by using a belt. To any one afflicted
with that disease, I would say. buy Home's
Electric Belt. Any one can confer with me by
writing or calling at my More, 1420 Douglas St.,
Omha. Neb. WILLIAM LYONS.
Main Office Opposite Post office, room 4
For sale at C. F. Goodman's Drugstore,
1109 Farnam Street. Omaha.
Orders filled. C. O. D. C4di lm
At the down-town saloon.
OPPOSITE TOE PERKINS LIOUSE,
Keeps a complete Ine of
W I INT 3E3 S
AND C1GABS, BOTTLED BEER,
ATVR AND PORTER,
DRUG'S OMAHA BEER
aa4 tae best brands of Kentucky
OpposlulFsrUsi Bouo -x-4 Flathmotuh
To the Associated Press.
Washington, May 24. Mr.
(Mo ) presented the conference
on the bill to establish a bureau of ani
mal Industry. The house conference
committee recommend concurrence in
all the senate amendments. The sum
of the appropriation is $160,000 and
the jurisdiction of the commissioner of
agriculture is limited to such invest!
gat ion and such disinfection and quar
autiue measures as may be necessary to
pit-vent the spread of contagious and
iu factious diseases from one state or
territory into another, and is prohibit
ed from applying any money toward
pajing for animals found necessary to
be slaughtered iu order to prevent the
spread ot the diseas-. The report was
Under sptcUJ order of the bouse thi
day was assigned to measures called up
by the committee on naval affairs
The first bill called up was a senate
bill granting permission to L. K. Rey
nolds, of the United Hates navy, lo ac-
cedt the decoration o! the royal and
imperial order of Frances Joseph from
the government of Austria for gallant
ry iu savins; the lives of 11 Austrian
Mr. Robinson (N V) opp sed the bill,
He said the '"dudes" of the navy were
continually asking permission to accept
Mr. Kox (N. Y.) said Mr. Reynolds
saved lives at the imminent peril of his
own, and for it had been insulted by
Mr. Ivssson said the gentleman from
New York (Robinson) was persistent
in dishonoring his own countrymen by
denying them the praise accorded to
.Mr. Robinson (excitedly) "I waut
: L.-.-se words taken down that I am a
j dishonorable man who violates the con
8titution and dishonors himself. I
stand by the constitution. Let him
withdraw his words."
Mr. Kasson "I withdraw nothing. I
say the man who stigmatized with the
word 'dude' a gallant naval officer does
dishonor to the navy and its officers
Applause. . -
The Dill was then passed, Mr. Robin
son being unable to muster a sufficient
following to call for the yeas and nays,
The bill restoring-Alfred Hopkins to
the rank of caplain in the navy, gave
rise to a loag debate. - Mr. Hopkins
left Pensacola without leave when the
yellcw fever prevailed there and was
dismissed from service
Mr. Lyman moved to strike out the
enacting clause. The last bill was laid
aside for favorable consideration and
when the committee rose it was passed.
DEMOCRATS WHO WANT- SOME PUINCI
Washington, May 25 .The Post will
print interviews with eighty-two dem
ocratic members of the house of repre
cental ives in support of the demand
that a clear and explicit statement of
principles absolutely committing the
democratic party to the issue of reve
nue reform in the presidential canvass
snail be inaae oy tne Uuicago conven
tion of July. Among those interviewed
ari Carlisle, Morrison, Hewitt, Rosen
cran.a, Hurd. Slocuca. Cox (N. Y.), Hoi
mm, Buckucr and Llackburn. The
lattcj says they look to the convention
for a vindication of the con i est made at
this cession fur tariff reforms.
Washington, May i'-l. Th senate
committee on public .ar.ds today decid
ed to report the bills orfriting the laud
gr; nts oj posite the uncompleted por
tions of the Northern Pacific main and
brant h liucs and the Atlantic & Pacific
railroads. Vj -
Senator Plumb, chairman of the 90m'
mi t tee, says it is impossible to calculate
the number of acres involved, as in both
Annna enmn 1J . . , ' - I
wuaco duui huh n ao lucu up uciuro I
the charters were granted; and in the
case of lie Atlantic & Pacific the road
was not constructed. in the direct route
contemplated. ' Nominally, the senator
thinks the forfeiture of the Northern
Pacific will amount to 13,000,000 acres.
Senator SI a tor, who is the author of I
the bill providing for the forfeiture of
the land grant to the Northern Pacific
railroad, says the . r ctual number of I
acres forfeited along that line will be
about 7,000,000, whish is 30,000,000 acres
less than proposed by the house com
mittee on public lands. Slator's bill
further provides that the lien lands
hereafter selected, if accepted by bona.
fide settlers, shall be told for $1 Jt5 per
acre for 160 acres.
The committee on n ava and mum
today conUnued ton.ieraUon of that
portion of Hewiltt tariff bill relate to
the administration of the present law
and while no vote was taken on the
questiou of considering that part of
the bill proposing a reduction of the
tariff, the members of the committee
say positively it cannot be discussed in
Dubnque, Iowa, May 24. A terrible
explosion occurred here at 4:15 this af
ternoon. Two of the three boilers in
the sash and door factory of Carr, Ri
der & Wheeler exploded with terrible
force. The boiler house was complete
ly destroyed, and the boilers thrown
sideways in as many different direc
tions. The one that did not burst was
thrown it. tact a distauce of thirty feet
agaiust the mill. A solid division wall
separated the boiler house from the mill,
tlse the destruction and loss of life
would have been tenible. The mill
employs 200 men. The coruei of a
dwelling near the boiler house wa torn
completely out, and 'several women in
jured. The engineer and two firemen
were in the boiler house at the time aud
were buried beneath the debris. Two
childien playing next to it were aid"
Luiied. The following are the killed :
Milo M. Mellen, engineer, jged SO.
He leaves a wife.. Fritz Villiuger, fire
man, single, aud the two children oi
Charles May, aged G and 3. - Michael
McLaughlin, second fireman, was hor
ribly burned and mangled. He cannot
live but a few hours. Mrs. Margaret
Walter was struck by flying bricks and
badly cut. Her daughh r-ir.-law, Mrs.
Albert Walter, and her tnree children
were also injured. Mrs. Lear and Mrs.
Vogler, in the same dwelling, were also
hurt. It is not thought that any other
bodies were buried under the debris
than those of the engineer and firemai
(who were recovered), as no men are
reported missing. The search will be
The loss on the building is estimated
by Mr. Rider to be about $3,000; fullj
insured. There was $2,000 on the boil
ers in the Hartford Boiler Insurance
company. Two of the boilers were
new and the third old. The former
were the ones that escaped. All were
in good condition and were inspected
only three weeks ago by the insurance
inspector. The engineer was a careful
aud competent man, fully trusted by
the firm. He had been with them two
years. The proprietors are at a loss to
know the reason of the explosion.
Some 6ay it was low water in the boil
ers, which were carrying a full head of
steam. The mill would have been shut
down at 5 o'clock p. m., and immediate
ly after, the boiler emptied, preparato
ry to their weekly cleaning and over
CALL AT THE
E. A. WHEM4N &
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fourth Street, iu rear of Opera House.
MIKE SCHNELLBACHER, ,
BLJl CKSM1 TH
HORSE SHOEING & WAGON REPAIRINC
All mis of Farm iiDlemests Handel wit
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule& Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that har
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe
Filth St. hlwMn Ma.fn and Vinn KrMt4
JUI" HCfUSS I CUrUdf IfUIP Witt 1 K W OUilAljt;
4... . a L TWV. . r
W. H. MALICK,
ainthi and trimin
SIGN & ORNAMENTAL
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Li- A 7 lrrT1 -X
-c-xt- -Jy vrj
All orders left with me will
receive prompt attention. .
COR. FIFTH AND VINE STREETS,
FLATTSMOUTH. - NEBRASKA
" Jam est U. Blalno."
The work entitled "Twenty Years of
CoDgress." tho most succinct and im-
partial history of Congressional Leeis-
!S5?, 2" HAS-SS.?!
&. L. E. Lincolnwill call noon von
and take your orders. 5d6twtf
E- W. COOK. M. D.
PUVSICIAX AND SlRQEON,
OFFICE At Fisher's Diiuq Stohe.
GKO. s. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in all
Court ol the State. Ofllce lu Fitzgerld Block.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBBASKA.
ALLK-V BKESON. A. N. SULLIVAN.
DEESO & SILLH AV,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will give prompt
attention to all buMness Intrusted to them. Of
fice in Union Block, East side.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Basement of Bank of Cass County.
Cor.vkb Sixth and Main Utuekts.
Particular attention gived to the preparation
of papers for Caveats, Pim-iita and Registration
01 xraue Aiarns auu Labels.
JuMtlCe of the peace.
Collections a specialty and gives
prompt attention. P. O address Elm
Jfflce over Smith. Black & Co's. Drue Store
first class dentistry at reasonable prices. 231 y
ATTORNEY AT LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to and from Europe,
.1K. W. H. NCHIIiUUECUT,
Office, Corner Main and 7th Streets.,
PLATTSMOUTH, - ------ XEBBASKA
DR. J. S. STDRDEVANT, M. D. ,
PUYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Attends calls, dy or night.
w2tf Eight Milk Gkv2, Nkb.
U. 11. LI VIX USTUX, 91.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
ora Jfc. hours, from 10 a. m.. to 2 p. m.
Examinee r Surgeon for U. S. Pension.
DIE. . SULLKlit
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Can be found by calling at his office, corner 7th
ana Main streets, in J. 11. waterman's nouse
PLATTSMOUTH. N EBRASKA.
JAM. . UATUEWM
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Baker & At wood's store, south side
ot Main between 6th and Cth streets.
MTKOOH a clakk.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in
the Courts iu the State.
DLttrlct Attorney ami Notary Public.
WIL.L1 m. wis:.
coiz.jCTJOJrs h szjrc&&z.x 1.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire In
surance and Collection Agency. Ofllce Union
Dlock. Plattsmouth Nebraska. 22m3
I. II. WIIEKLEH A CO.
surance Aeents. Plattsmouth.' Nebraska. Col
T t W ni?l?TPlf T).nl 1T.tta TT1A T t r . t
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
ATTORNEYAT LAW. Will Drastice in Cass
And adloilitnff Cmintton irivpft9npmii Attpntinn
tu cuuevuuiis auu austracis oi line, umce in
Sherwood Block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
ROBRBT B. M'lXOIIAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Carruth's Jewelry Storo.
Plattsmouth. .... Nebraska.
M. A. HARTICAN,
Fitzgerald's Block. Plattsmouth Neb
Prom nt and careful attention to a.
PLiATTSMOUTn. - - - NEB.
Dr. C. A. Marshall
Successor to Clutter & Marshall,)
Preservation of natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
All work warrant td.
- J : T
- Plattsmouth JI
Wm E. Whittemore, M. D., horace-
patbic physician and surgeon. Office
in Fit zsrerald block. Residence south
west corner Pearl and 10th streets. Of
fice hours 10 to 1-2 a. m., 2 to 5 and ?t"
8 p. m. w8tf
6H1 St. Sear Alain,
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
Having taken clarge of the Cot
taoe house, 1 snaii cry to turnisn ail
patrons with com fortcble quarters and
keep the tables supplied with the beat
tage House, I shall try to furnish all
keep the tables supplied with the bes
in the market. Transient custom and
board by the day or week solicited.
J he nicest line of-tcilct toap and
perfumery in town, just receivel at
Money saved by buying hand made
brooms, ask your dealer for them.
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