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itucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Beat Salve In the world for Cuts,
Druses, Src, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
Tcr sores Teller Chapped Hands Chilb
lains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and
fortitivly Ciro Piles or no pay required,
t is gauaanteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For Stl l$y J. M. Rob
trfs. Nov. 27 188:1 ly
The Best Couch Medicine
In the World.
SAMPLE FREE OF CHARGE.
Call at Warrick's drug store, and
got a sample bottle of Brown's Expec
torant free of charge. It cures Couyhs,
Hoarseness. Whooping Cough and Con
sumption in its early stages. It is a
scientific preparation, admirably adaj t
ed tor the euro ot all Throat and Lung
Diseases. It is pleat-ant to take and
Entirely harmless. Try it; it costs you
noihinic. Reg.ibir size bottle?, 5')ents.
snd 91.00. For sale by W.J. Warrick.
Juu. o lixwly
Frco I Pri;! Free !
NEW DISCOVERY FOR PILES.
A new remedy for thi dreaded dis
rase has been discovered by Dr. Df u'mg
A single application will conviuce the
most skeptical of its most wonderful
healing powers. By calling on W.J.
Warrick druggist, you can obtain a
. sample box free of charge, which will
satisfy you of its curative qualities.
- Jan 3 PAwly
On receipt of $1.50 in currency or
stamps we will mail tree Fifty pieces
assorted Vocal and Instrumental Stand
ard Music from all the most popular
composers and authors.
The J. W. Bailey Mercantile Co.
St. Joseph, M'.i.
2.000 packages of silk and ribbon
scraps put op in assorted lots for 25c.
50c, 75c, and $1.00 each, any one of
which will be mailed, postage paid, on
receipt ot price. Address
The J W Bailey Mercantile Co.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Refrigerators in all sizes at Henry
" What causes the great rush at Will
J. Warrick's Drug Store." The free
distribution of sample bottles of Dr.
Bosanko'a Cough and Lung Syrup, 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. d 28 lino
Go to CO. Herold'a new store for
bargains in ready m:;do clothing, hats,
caps, and gents furnishing goods. 15dtf
Chcice. pure fresh mixed candy at
Jim Autill's for only 2o cents a pound.
M O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anhenser Bureh St Louis Bot
tled 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
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in tins issue. 4iti
A new line of bulk perfumery, of the
best Quality, at Fisher's. Call and see
Spearhead tobaccj is al! the go r;w.
All chewers seem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will be given away
In June nrt. Call at Matt Schiegers
for a circular. ltf
This beautiful three stonr brick structure, on
wer Maid street, has Just been finished and
tted up for the accommodation of
A"1 - -
HZ - iHING NEW AND CLEAN
AHnarl "in In connection with the
li03U J-2T House.
tf. FRED COOS. Propr
Dr. Home's Electric Belt
Will cure Nenrotiness Lumbago. Rlieuma
tlsni. Paraivsis. Neuralgia. Sciatic. Kidney.
Kpineand Liver disea-e. Gout. Asthma Heart
disease. PispepsU Constipation. Erysipelas,
Catarrh, files. Eilepy. lm potency, IumD
Ague, Prolapsuj.L'tert.ctc. Only scientific Klec
trlc Kelt la America tu it sends the Electricity
and Magnetism through the body, and can bo
recharged in an iostaut by the patient.
$1,000 Would Hot Buy It.
rR. HoBxav I was afflicted with rheumatism
and cured by uiiiic a belt. To anyone afflicted
with that disease. I would say. buy Home's
V"lf.-trlc lU-lt Anv one cn confer with me by
writing r calling at my More, 14JO Douglas St.,
Om-h. Neb. WILLIAM LV NH.
Maim OrricE Opposite -ot ufT.ce, room 4
t&- For ale at C. F. Goodman's Vrr.g tore.
llotf ramam Street Omaha.
Orders Clle i. - 0. l. - - Std&wlm
At the ddwc-towu saloon.
tfl'OSITE THE PERKINS HOUSE.
eps a complete lne of
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEER,
ALE AND PORTER,
DRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and tks ht brauds ot Kentucky :
ciSarkiw '- Pi attsmot p
Delegates En Route to Chi
cago. Forty-Eighth Congress.
Washington, May 25- In the Seuat
the following bills were rei-oried fa
vorabiy and placed on the calmdui :
McMillan, from the judiciary coin
iiiiticc: Tu provide for two additional
associate justices of the supreme court
Oarltnd stated this was not a uti-tni
inoiis report au4 at the proper time ti
would give s reason for his action.
Logan reported from the judiciary
committee the bill, heretofore passed
by the Senate, extending until Decern
ber 81. 1384, the duration of court on
the Alabama claims, with recommend
tion that the tenate uou-concur in tl
houte amendment ex eudiug the time
one year longer.
On a vote to concur Bayard called the
ajes and uays, which resulted yeas 29
nays. 19. So the senate non-concurred
in the amendment cf the house exU-ud
ing the term of court to December 31
Plum's from the committee on pub
lic lauds', reported favorably the bill to
forfeit the unearned laud grants of the
Atlantic & Pacific railroad and restore
the same to settlement.
Garland from the committee on judi
ciary, reported favorably Slater's reso
Sution, offered some days since, modi
lied so as to request the president to
the senate any information possessed
v.hlm r the executive departments
ko.-cern'ug the appointment of com
missioners since July 4, 1377, in respect
;o examining sections of the Northern
Pacific railroad, and the acceptance of
such sections, witn dates of acceptance,
and whether patents for the lands have
been issued to said company in respect
to any part of the road completed since
July 4, 1877, and it so, to what extent,
and whether auy public lands are now
reserved from sale or other disposal by
reason of the building of said road or
any part of it. Placed on the calen
dar. The Utah bill was placed before the
senate. Hoar spoke in its favor.
After a few minutes llotr yielded to
the Mexican pension bill. It was dis
cussed at great length, but. without
action, went oyer until tomorrow.
Brown offered the following amend
menttothe Utah bill: "That voluu
tary sexual intercourse by a married
persou with one of the opposite sex not
the husband or wife of such married
person shall be a cause and the ouly
cause for absolute divorce from the
bond of marriage in tho District ol
Columbia or in territories of the United
States and any other places, subject to
the exclusive jurisdiction of the United
Stages, out courts may in proper cases
hs at common law, graut divorces from
bed and board in said district, territo
ries or other places subject to the ex
elusive jurisdiction of the United
Washington, Mav 20. The senate
amendments to the agricultural bill
were non-curred in.
Bills introduce d and referred:
By Hewitt (N. Y) -Punishing by
tine and imprisonment any official of a
national bank who shall obtain from
the bank with which he is connected
any loan for his own benefit or the ben
efit of any company of which he is a
member, by which loss shall occur to
By Jordon To develop the resources
of Alaska, and open overland commu
By Morse Granting pensions to all
houorabiy discharged soldiers of the
r-heU'on when tb-y. rech the nge of
The contented el ciion noe uf Wal
lace vs. McKinley w.w. Ml-.1 up
The majority r orr uusfals McKin
ley and declares Walu.ce v iiiilvd to the
seat. The minority tesolutiou confirms
the rightof the silling member.
Speeches were delivered by Turner.
(Ga.) and Adams (N. Y.) in support ol
the contestant's case, and by Hepburn,
Robertson, (N. Y.) and E. B. Tayl. r,
(O.) in support of the conteetee. Rob
ertson is the only democratic member
of the committee on elections who
signed the minority report and he ap
pealed to ' his side of the house not to
Yde to unseat McKinley, as to do so
wovlJ to to Tot? contrary to the law
and facts in the case. Pending farther
debate the matter went over
Belford introduced a bill appropriat
ing $50,000 for the erection of a home
for disabled soldiers of the confederate
army at Fredericksburg, Va. Refer
Washington, May 20. Seuator In
galls reported to' the senate today from
the committee on judiciary the follow
ing substitute to the joint resolution
introduced by Senator Jackson, propos
ing an amendment to the constitution:
"Executive power shall be vested in
the president of the United States of
America. The president and vice pros
idont hereaf ter elected shall ho'd their
office for a term ot six years, but the
president shall not be re-eligible, nor
shall the vice president be eligible to
the office of president if hj ahull have
exercised the same in case of vacancy
A QUESTION OK CHINESE RESTRICTION.
The department -f state having been
informed that the Chinese government
proposed to enter u silk loom in opera
tion as an exhibit at the New Orleans
exposition, the question arose whether
the Chinese restriction act did not
prohibit the lauding of operatives on
the uround that they were laborers.
The question was referred to the treas
ury department and Secretary Folger
today informed the secretary of state
that. Chinese operatives be admitted
without molestation, with the under
standing that they will not remain in
the country longer than necessary for
the display of their exhibit.
Washington, May ?5 The Post will
print interviews with eighty-two dem
ocratic members of the house of repre
sentatives in support of the demand
that a clear, aud explicit statement ot
principles absolutely committing the
democratic party to the issue of reve
nue reform in the presidential canvass
shall be made by the Chicago conven
tion of July. Among those interviewed
are Carlisle, Morrison, Hewitt, Roseu
craus, Kurd, Slocum, Cox (N. Y.), Hoi
man, Buckuer and Blackburn. The
latter says they look to the convention
for a vindication of the contest made at
this session for tariff reforms.
Chicago, May 20. Preparations are
rapidly making for the national repub
lican convention, which convenes next
Tuesday Hon. John C. New and John
A. Morton, of the national committee
have been busy siuce their arrival in
giving instructions for completing ar
rangements for the press and telegraph
companies. The space for the press
being limited, provision can only be
made for daily newspapers and such
papers as require work to be done.
Representatives of such papers should
be sure to come armed with creden
tials from home offices. The Associa
ted Press is prepared to make a verbat
im report of the proceedings and lib
eral descriptive matter. The press will
be thoroughly supplied in the regular
way Headquarters of the sub-commit-
ee of the national committee are at
the Palmer bouse.
San Francisco, May 26. The Califor
nia delegation to the uatiocal republi
can convention at Chicago lelt on a
pecial tram today via the Centrul,
Union Pacific and Chicago & North
western. The delegates and party num
ber thiny five; The Nevada delegation
will be taken aboard enronte. Two
hundred excursionists accompany the
delegates. Receptions will be held
along the line east of the Missouri rir-
er and at Chicagu, where they re timed
to arrive at 8 o'clock Saturday mori.iu:
The California and Nevada delegations
wili make their headquarters at the
Palmer house. Sleeping coaches hand
somely decorated, bear the legend.
"Blaine and Victory." .
Augusta, Me., May 26. The Ken ne.
bee Journal authoritatively deuies that
senators Hale and Frre are opposed to
NEW 1 -.
J. I. TJIiTKXJK:,
FUENITURE S COFFINS
and all kinds ot goods usually kept In a
PI BUT CLAHM K fj tlx (TI KI: STORE
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods
Metallic&WoodenCofflns CasMs Holies
Oar New and elegant hearse Is always In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Conn-'
1 Wheat we may be found night or day.
J. I UNRUH,
E. W. COOK. M. D.
PnYSICIAN AS1 SCROEON,
OFFICE At Fisiiek's Dhuo Stoke.
GEO. S. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In all
court or tne mate. Office in Kitzgerld Block.
rLvrrsnouTii, - Nebraska.
Aixxn Bkkson. a. N. Sulliv
IICF.HOX & SL'LLIVAIV,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will give prompt
aueniiou io an ouHiness intrusted to tlieiu. or
uce in union tiioctc, cast siae.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Basement ot Bank of Cass County.
Cok.nkk sixth and Main htkeets.
I articular attention clved to the preparation
of paper for Caveats, l'aieuts and Keistratioii
vi nuue Aiura.sauu L..oeiS.
Justice of the Peace.
Elm wood Neb
lAiltections a speciulty aud (rives
prompt attention P. O address Elm-
UU. A. HAlilSUlHl,
Jflice over Smith. Black & Co's. Druif Store.
First cla-ss deutissUv at reasonable prices. 231y
ATTOKXEY AT LAW & NOTAKY PUBLIC.
Fitzgerald's Block, .
PLATTsMOUTII, - NEBRASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to and from Europe.
.!. W. H. tCUIL.lH.AKCUT.
Office. Corner Main and 7th Streets.,
TLATTSMOUTH, ------ NEBRASKA
DR. J. S. STDRDEVANT, M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN ANI SUKGEON.
Attends calls, dy or night.
w29t f Eight Mile (Iruvj. Nkb.
U. K. 1.1 VI bihTON. 91. .,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFI HOUKS, from 10 a. in., 'to 2 p. m.
aamiua:K ourkeou lor v. a. tension.
OB. 91 ILL, Jilt.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Can be found by calling at his office, corner 7th
auu Aiain streets, in J. ti. waterman's nouse.
JAM. t. UAT1IKWH
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Baker & Atwood's store, south side
ot juain uetweea otu ana ttn streets. 2iti
MT KOUK A. CX.A.1C1&.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in all
uie uouns in me state..
District AlUtn-jt'j and Notary Public.
VAfcilj S. WINK,
COJ.Z.JSCTIOJVS H S2ltCIMZI 1.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire In
surance and Collection Agency. Office Union
block, nattsmouth Nebraska. 22ni3
l. II. WUE12LKU 4k. CO.
LAW OFFICE, Real nutate, Fire and Life In
surance Agents. Plattsniouth, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
ioaut. etc. is) i
jasies k. jiouuisoar.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. WUlprastice m Cass
ana aajoining uouncies ; gives ypecia: attention
to collections and abstracts of title. Office in
bnerwood Block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
HOBEHT B. WISiUHASI.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over Carruth's Jewelry Store.
Plattsniouth. .... Nebraska.
M. A. HARTIGAK,
X A W Y H K.
FlTZQKK VLD'S BLOCK. PLATTSMOUTH NEB
Prompt and careful attention to a general
PLATTSMOUTH. - - - NEB.
Dr. C. A. Marshall
Successor to Clutter & Marshall.)
Preservation of natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
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All work warranttd. Prices reasonable.
FTT7.1TH AI D BirM'K. . Pr.A TTSMOUTITji
Wm E. Whittemore, M. D., homre-
pathic physician and surgeon. Office
in Fitzgerald block. " Residence south
west corner Pearl and 10th streets. Of
fice hours 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to 5 and 7t
8 p. m. w8tf
Gfb S. ear
Hiviu; taken ci :irye of the Cot
tage: HOUSE, I shall try to furnish all
patrons with comfortable qmrters and
keep the tables supplied with the best
in the market. Transient custom and
board by the day or week solicited.
Ihe nicest line of toilet eoap and
perfumery in town, fust received at
Fisher's. . 713t
Money saved by buvine hand made
brooms, ask your dealer for them.
1 d 28-1 mo
CORN COB dIdos in everv stvln at
- net .-r. -w -th. ' . -
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