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S&oaa5t f aal
V. VECKBACH & SON.
prtfp fo KDIIAM C01TA G K.
Thou- place WHERE THE POET
'PASSED HIS QUIETEST DAYS.
He Mnvril Out Tli.n- S. UN Wife toiild
C-t ;UuU Air ui.il III- lirl" Tlio
Motherly Frirmlit 'f III I.at Day.
Doln Ctlitoi lal Work lit il: u V. w k.
Wry cotta.o I.. ;
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t HOW Stands oo-
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minutes w:i': above
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vi'f :i t::;i:ru! pave
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1 1.. !. :u! ol it
lii." i-M-.-. a::d roof
: .- I .-.Ii.-nl (1 will,
! s tin- strin-ttiro ia a
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I ;is t':: 't irvi'-f than
i - ! ':;'. i-w nn 1 box
i a t !: i . i Ik tug
sr.cti. f::c!i; tin" Iav.-:i. v.-A i'i iioiit of
thw i;r ! a 1 1 . :s -i- iTv t r-r wliifh wris
plaule. I ly IW 111 I 1 7 u: 1 M 'iicli lias ran ly
fail.'il d.;riii;; iwivit y:';;r ; l: in nut a full
croji uf fruit. ():; t!r- inw.-c !!'xr I Ihto j:rt'
two lar;;i-'iU::r-!.. a.-; a'ld ;i Tlie
nitilill rimai wn us.: I lv I'ic iin 11 "lining and
pitting r.inin. a:i 1 vi lt jiii uvru zils. ru-
Ceivwl hrrv after ills K in.' Lmm uiuu ill. Siiu
then orou;)!."!! tiic fr-i:l rujui iu a bodroom,
und it wa iln iv s-lu- ili nL
IN THE FASHIi;.Ai:.E .L..r.TEPw
The st-:id l!ir li:is tl.rio room.', with low
ceilings, lut tlii'V arc neatly j.-lastfivil. airy
ami co!iifori:i:i!i, Ouu of tin -so over tlio
front nom is of llio s-i.o uti'l is wiid to
' have iH.'cn I'oo's favoriij room. Tlio old
fashioned brick iMi.iinov ri::n up through
the roof und l.;u an ;r:i liivplai'o, wtit-ro a
cheerful woi.l lire -a:i lilaze ami crai-ltlo in
winter. It issM that Too wrot two cf his
latest poeir.s. L'lalumo" und "Eiureka," in
this roo:: 'i'ho quietest days of his life
weron nt in his hoi;!e in Fordhmn. W'heu
lie ucvanie '.aau us ficin "The Haven" and
bonic of hU stories, I'no v.as living in tho -ity
in huniMe qaarters ne-ir VVui-!nnto;i square.
This wx-t then tlio fa.slii')::ahlo neiIil.'i;-hood
of New York, atnl brown stono divellins
tail ouly jiiat UTin to start uj alons te
lower end of Fifth avenue.
Tbo refutation which ho ohtaiu?tl from' his
literary work dil not materially increase
his roeaiis. lie had for several years been
doinz eilitorial work on Tho I'veninir Mirror
at a salary of $10 a week. IIu subsequently
went out to live in a house alons tho boule
vard in the neighborhood of eightieth street,
which was then well out of town. Tiie de
. cision in a libel suit iti his favor gavo hini a
few hundred dollars in ready money, and in
the spring of IS 10 he rent'jd the Fordhain
bouse and went with his wife and her mother,
JJlra. Chanm. to live there. His wife, Vir
griaia, was then suffering from consumption.
Hhe raiaed lor a mile, out soon again
to fail and died in the following year.
The grounds around tho cottage comprise
about two acres, icey tlojie away into a
euady, grasay hollow. A bare lede of rocks
over looLa tho chJ and tho valley nearly ICO
feet below. To the east the view strctchet
into Connecticut and over the sound to the
blue and dls'-act hills cf Lnni Island. There
is a tradition that British battery occupied
this site for some time during the Revolution
foe was visited frequently hero by those
who knew him through his reputation. His
expenses were ui;nll and his duties only such
as be cared to awiuma Ho took loug walks,
often going to the city on foot, and his favor
ite route was down and over tho Harlem tt
lins. CROMWELL'S RECOLLECTIONS.
One of his nnihbors, ilrs. Houben Crom
well, who lived for uicsty years a few him
lred i yariLs from tho Foe ct.ttago, remembers
hhn when, us a girl, sho saw him for the
Erst time hi a cherry treo picking fruit
She thouj'-it tita "siii-o hxking and socia
bio." LTj told her ho ua-1 brought hLj wifi
out thore "to got good air and to dig iij
tho dirt." but Trs. Cromwcil observed, "sht
was too woaii aJJ-1 thia to dig much, and she
soon becaiuesxk and r.r vcr went out." Their
house, slie said, was .!r.ir.!y furnL-hcd, and
ther saeracd to bo very KXr, but they were
contented, ilrs. Clemm was called "Huddie'
and Foe "E.klio." ,
On the morning that sho heard of Foes
datb in Daltunore, ilrs. Cromwell went over
to the house and found Mrs. Clemm packing
up. Sua had received a letter from Foe say
in" that he was about to bo married again to
a DaJtimore woman and he would come for
her She was overcome at the news of hij
'eath and rcir.ted that if she could have
Lecn there to uurse Lini through his "bad
.ii- h ncnuld havo recovered. The ncigh-
irt raised money for her to go on
Poo had been beliiiitiin
his rent for
Mrs. Clemm afterward
,o-.,rrl to sell off their little
goods. Of these Mrs. Cromwell obtained a
clock, a rocking chair and tho old family
The cottsge which Poe obtained for f 100 a
year has been rented during recent years for
$100 In IS?! the house and land were sold
at public auction for 5,700. For a number of
years it has een occupied by Mrs. E. D
Docbert, the widow of an engineer who as
sisted in making the plans of Central park,
and iuhsenuentiy laid cut the avenues and
drives cf Fordham. With the growth of the
-u v. Luid has greatly increased in value
:.V: rr vr. in this neighborhood, and
tiaLfiishi U aa oT the li ia jhatBcrtiDa J
W Invite tlae JLuelies to csaS3 for we wISE giv prices Iiu&t will saive you EBiioEiey.
to see oaar Mew JLiaae otf CJAEBfi.'.ET.
rorunnm. i ue owner uow tntcnits to tear
down tho bouse if it Ls not taken by tho park
dejiartmont, and to di.-jmso of tho property
in building lots. New York Tribune.
A Pun-ot Story.
A parrot was recently bought by a South
Snl'j lady iioii tho afliduvit of the man who
si.!d it that it had only a Sunday school edu
cation. Tho bird had in roality been the
projierty of a saloon keeier, and, its cugo be
ing near tho cracker bowl, everybody made
free to givo it crackers and teach it tough
words. Its new mistress hod hardly got it
Inmg up when a lady friend called, and, of
course, went into ecstasies over tho parrot.
When she began to oke her fingers through
the cugo ami call out "Folly, Folly, Folly,
the bird ii'iied one eye, cocked his head side-.vL-ie,
looked at tho visitor and said with great
"Now, for God's sako don't ask mo to have
a cracker. I've sworn off." Chicago Mail.
A Sample Scare.
TLo tnierosL-opo in tho hands of scientists is
aain playing havoc with tho public health.
It tsct i taiaed tiiat tlio oust m our nouses is
.nrg .'iy composed of liviiig bacteria, and that
;h' simple process of sweeping and 'dusting
i'tii-niluro transfers these organisms to the
breathing ttilics and cells of occupunts, cai:s-
.r.;r i.tc-aic and death. According to tje
heory carpet shakers are dj'ing like flies of
i number cf most horrible maladies, owing
j I ho quantity and variety cf bacteria
. kich they inhale; but, happily, in faet, the
ar:.i t sweepers are enjoying life and a r.-a-imr.blo
degreo of healt h and strength, ji!'':g-
t y the regularity with which they co;:ie
'l-.-itjud in the spring hunting jobs. Atia-.ita
lis Oidu't Si'u.
The Listener was about to wiite a
chapter on the professional men who be
long to tho church for professional pur
poses only, and wiio come to regard
their church as their peculiar preserve.
upon which other men of their trade
have no right to poach. On second
thought, however, ho has decided not to
write tho chapter, but simply to tell a
Dr. Plugham, an able dentist, who
has his olfico in that handsome thorough
fare which, from tho frequency of its
dental establishments, is coming to be
Molar avenue (Plugham, of course, like
the rest of the dentists in that aristo
cratic section docs not give a hint of his
occupation in his sign, but simply decor
ates his door with a very modest plate
bearing only the legend Dr. Plugham"),
lclo;ig3 to a fairly fashionable church
and is very faithful indeed in his devo
tions. No Sunday so stormy that it does
uot find him in his iew: ho teaches a
class in the Sunday school and takes a
prominent part in all church and society
Tlio other Sunday several of tho con
gregation at Plugliam's church noticed a
well dressed stranger at church, upon
.vhom Plugham bestowed a glance of
slight recognition, and after tho service
Plugham and tho 6tranger were seen in
.conversation for a moment or two in tho
vestibule. After the stranger had passed
nit, one of the niemlnrs of tho church
.tepped up to Dr. Plugham and remarked:
"Who was that stranger that you were
diking with, doctor?"
"Ilei'" said Plugham, as a eco.v! dark
ened his handsome face, "oh, tliat was
Dr. Snagge. the dentist, and I t'.Dii't Bee
.vliat in thunder he's prowling around
iero for!" Boston Transcript.
THAT POET OF THE FUTURE.
ve been reading. MIUley. In a recent maga
zine, )f your Pot t of the Future with the truly rural
if die careless, simple fashion la which he'll
choose to come
-Vith the beauty of his bugles overbalancing the
vnd by what his bands bold not, and by what he
dots not wear,
rather think I'd know him. If I met him any
:nt really. Mr Riley, I do not clearly see
low you ccn at such a distance say that the
"or it may be that this singer who shall our souls
.ud come to us with bugles will wear them on
hat we shall find her shining with pearls upon
r radiant in some cottage as she hills her babes
a the choir of the cathedral we may hear her
pure voice swell,
r murmuring some sweet measure as she serves
us from the well;
nr her hands may not be sunburned although
tier gloves be tan;
vnd your poet. Mr. Riley, may not be at all a man!
a. the Poet of the Future shall had welcome and
Thether singing at the plowshare or sweeping
with a broom;
ait this t'honest arm of Labor" that you speak of
Jways to a "him" pertaining, may it not to "her"
'or some women's "palms" are sisters to the
"honest toiler's" too
nd they cannot always fold them when the
plowman's toil is through
ind it may be that this poet, on whose coining
Then really come and with us win be spoken of
aj "she. "
Charles Henry Webb In Tbo Cesiuar.
THE DAILY IIKKALl) : rLArrSM(V'II. .NKHUASK A, SAT HUM Y,
Daily Arriving- and Our Departments are again
lBajy2aaiB2 evM allow laa tlaiss cSfcy.
.. v-ji-r--t Diagnosis.
teorc LT..I You g;t engaged last
nJirht.- Gus, vay old, my dear friend, tell
mo how you did- Ii.
(Jus Keally, I hardly know myself.
Couldn't help it. Just like falling down
stairs. I was on tho edge of a proposal,
sho gave mo a push, and there I was
"Well, I haven't had any kuc!i experi
ence. Every limo I try toststrt my knees
knock together, and my teeth c hatter,
and my tongue cleaves to" the roof of my
mouth. I've tried a dozen times to pop
tho question to Miss Do Pi a k and shmiiied
"And did she let you slump?"
"You r.:e courting the wrong gill."
Cost or Water lias
. i . i i
gi eat liianv p(.(n;t ii:iir; water gas
jheaper lec:uise it is ni.i.le ut of oil.
Thin is a mistake. The greatest difTer
enco l.vtwcen tlie cost cf c(::l and water
as i i i.i tli3 matter of labor. The mak
ing f coal gas requires skilled labor of
tho best kind, and i-t better compensa
tion than i.i t:su:.lly given to labor of
this class. The work L; ve ry hot and re
quires the closest intention, ;: tliat the
cJiance man cannot bo engaged for it.
The mail who dues it acceptably must
have l.ien educated in it. smd must be
steady and devoted to Lis work. In the
manufacture of water gas thk; labor is
cut oiF, and the saving represents the
large part of the difference between the
cost ol the gas manufactured from coal
and that produced from oil. St, Louis
A Kible Sehoiar.
A Sunday school teacker tells this
amusing story: 1 was teaching a class oi
little loys in Sunday school. The lesson
happened to be about the prophet Elijah
and the widow of Zarephath, who. you
will of course remember, told Elijah,
when he asked her to take him to board,
that she "had not a cake, but a handful
of meal in a barrel and a little oil in a
cruse." When asked as to the supply of
food the poor widow had one little fel
low quickly replied: "She had just meal
enough to make a cake and oil enough 10
start the lire!" True Flag.
A Hunting Item.
"Is the coon a smart animal?" asked a
stranger of old Si Jackson, on Onion
"Talk crbout coons bcin' 6inart, 1
should sa dey n uz smart," said Jackson.
"Well, how smart are they?"
"A coon played me de ineanes' trick
yer eber lieerd tell on. 1 found a hole
whar de coon went inter de gi oun, an 1
waited dar all day long to bhoot dat
coon, an when he uiU come out he was
a polecat." Texas Sil'tings.
A Few ?.oiuei:ts of Ilest.
It is often necessary to remain in the
kitch'en all the while the meal ij being
cooked, even after everything has been
prepared. While the meat is roasting
and the vegetables are boiling, if a few
magazines or fresh newspapers are kept
in a convenient place, and a comfortable
rocking chair is placed by a pleasant
window, the housekeeper can enjoy a
few moments of reading and rest while
she attends to the various things which
are cooking. Herald of Uealth.
"What are you doing now. Drown?"
"I'm a silver chaser at present, Quim
by." "That's a new business for you, isn't
"No; I'm merely looking for a man
with a quarter to lend. Do you happen
to have one?"
Byron Flail, of Fort Valley, Ga., pro
posed to his girl, and was in a state of
great mental excitement for some time
thereafter because she referred him to
Kuth i, 1G, 17, for his answer, fie hurried
from her presence, borrowed a Bible, and
Ifjoked up the passage. Then he felt bet
It is a very sharp emergency that can
catch Pat, even when he is ignorant and
ragged. An Irishman, whose garments
were in tatters, was brought lx fore a
magistrate on a charge that he was a
"What have you to say to the charge
that ypu have no visible means of sup
port? asked the justice.
Pat drew from the pocket of Ins torn
coat a loaf of bread, the half of a dried
codfish, and several cold potatoes. These
he spread upon the stand before him,
and coolly asked:
"What do you think of thini. yer
honor shure. an' isn't tliirn visible
mooes of support?" Youth's Companion.
l' M. Hl II KV
W K Fox
Jamks Pattkhsun, jk.
II. C. S'll.MIIIT
i. II. Dunn
Couneiliuen, 1st ward,
1 A Sai.tskukv
I O liliKKK.N KKI.I).
t lU. A SlIII'MAM
I I) M JONKS
) M rt Muiii HV
I ("UAH. HcMft.K.
i CON O'l'ON.Nnlt.
I I McCai.i.kn.
( .1 I) ni fsox,
"l b 'Xkil.
I L JI
W Johns .Ciiaihman
Hoard Pub. Work o
1A.SS LOUdK No. 110. 1.
O. ). F. -Meets
veverv luecdav evening
of each week. All
ransient brothels are respectfully iuvited to
SJ LATTMOUTH EXCAMPMEXT N. 3. I. O.
- it K nifiels 'verv iiltrnnte Kriiluv in
i-ncli month in the Masonic Hall.
brothers are invited to attend.
ASS CAMP NO, 332,
MODERN 'tVOODM FN
of America, Meets second and fourth Mon-
.liiy evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
linitiiers are requested to meet with ii. b. A,
Newcomer, Veuerable Consul ; K, Nile
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. Wilde, Hanker ; W. A.
VEHlt.VSKA CHAPTER- NO. 3, It. A. M
Meets second and fourth Tuesla of each
month at- MuhoiiV Hall. Trauseii at brothers
ire invited to meet with us.
f. K. "Vhitk, II. P.
Wm. Hi vs. Secretary.
pbATTSMOUTH LOIUJE NO. . A. V. A. M.
- Meets on th lirnt aud third Mondays of
each inontlt at their hail. All transient b'rotii
ei's uie cordially insited to meet, with us.
, J. G. KiCiiKV, W. M.
Wm. Hats, Secretary..
IJLATTSMOUTH U.)l)(E No. 8, A. O. V. W
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
ttockwotxl hull at 8 o'elocK. All rransient In iith
iis are respectfully invited to attend. b. S.
barsen, M. V. ; F. Jloyd, Foremau : S. '.
Vilde. Itpcorder ; Leon:ii d Anderson. vercer.
pASSCOCNCIt. NO 102I.KOYAL iKOAXl'Jl
yj meet- the second and fourth Moudas of
ach mouth at Arcanum Hall.
it. N. (iLE.., Regent.
r. C. Minou. Secretary.
(VIcCUNIHIE POST 45 G. A-
I. A. Dtctisox.
r".). NIL KS
Vndf.kso.v 0. Fky..
"fiicerof the iav.
.Quarter Master Ser-itl
I. -. UTRt'l,..
..Foit till plain
Meetimr Saturday evenimr
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IX THIS
Choicest Brands of Cigars
Flor do Pepperbergo' anci
FULL LINK OF
always in stock.
Xov. 2o. 11.1.
75 to 8250 a
A MONTH can bet-ia '
4)it.ii4 lor us. Auent
who enn mrnNti a iiore ami ir:ve
nieir u hol'1 time to t'ie business. Spare mem
ent. in iV Us. proll:abl' employed also, a few
viiea'ieios in t 'was nd eiti -s. 15. K. JOHN
S' N & CO.. lon: Maiu-st.. Richmond. Va.
.V. IJ. xtdf'c.t en.vJovi'.i ri. A'tivr mind
ohnni xentiiiiQ xtfift f-ir rcaiu. Koine nwivk.
l .ir jor btz, is t . J . it t o
Dr. C- A. r?!ar shall.
"r" : -i A- t. ,
Preservation of tho Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Anesthetics given for Pain
less Filling or Extraction of Teeth.
Artiiicial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
All Tirnrlr xxra rr?i Prinpa rpflcnnaltlp
FfTzon - t xr.o'H Ri. ins PmtT'Ixoiith. Nm
R. Sl Kl. Time Table.
1. ! : 3 m.
3. 6 :16 p. m.
e o . r. t ..
No. 2. I :44 p. in.
No. 4. to :2: a. m.
No. 6 7 :2 p. in
No. 8. 10 Kioa. m.
No. 10. 9 :51 a. in.
.n, . n :ui A. ill.
vn o i. i jo i. in.
No. 9.-6 :C8 p. in.
All train run daily by wavof oralis, except
Noh 7 a-id 8 which run to and from Schuyler
daily sxcept Sunday.
John a. Dayiks,
Attorneys - slI - Law.
Otace over Rank of CafCouuty.
Vli ITISilOUTH, - NKBWAfgA
APJUL 27, lsSl.
C I THE
We will gic ysia
85. Bank of Cass county.
05. Beeson, A. res.
20. " " otlicc.
2. Bennett. L. D. store.
45. " " res.
4. Bonner stables.
71. Brown, V. L. oilice.
88. " " res.
87. Ballou, O. II. res.
7i. " " oflicc.
B. ci M. tel. ollice.
B. & M. round house.
Blake, John saloon.
B ich, A. grocery.
Campbell, D. A. res.
Chapinnn, S. 31. res.
Clark, T. coal olHce,
Clerk district court.
Connor, J. A. res.
County Clerks oliice.
Covell, Polk tfc Beeson, oflice.
Cox, J. 11, res.
Craig, J. 31. res.
Critchneld, Bird res.
Cummins & Son, lumber yard.
J. C. farm.
7 Cook, Dr. oflice.
7. Clark, A. grocery store.
Clark, Byron ollice.
CuiniLins, Dr. Ed., office.
District court oflice.
Dovey & Son, store.
Dovcj, 3Irs. George res.
Emmons, J. II. Dr. oflice and res.
First National bank.
Fricke, F. G. & Co., drug store.
Glcason, John res.
Geriug, II. drug store,
Had ley, dray and express.
Holmes, C. 31., res.
Ilatt & Co., meat market.
Ilcmple Sc Troop, store.
Hall, Dr. J. II., office.
Holmes, C. 31., livery stable.
Hall & Craig, agricultural imp.
Jones, W. D., stable.
Johnson Bios., hardware store.
Johnson, 3Irs. J. F., millinery.
Johnson, J. F., res.
Klein, Joseph, res.
Ki aus, P., ftuitand confectionery
Livingston, Dr. T. P., office.
Livingston, Dr. II. R., office.
JIanayer Waterman Opera Hous,-.
McCourt, F., stun.
31c3IaKen, 11. C., res.
3Iurp!iy. 31. B., ttcre. -3Iurpliy.
31. B., res.
3Ic.MakeD, ice oflice.
Minor, J. L., res.
JIoore.L.A., res. and floral garden
Neville, v in., res.
Ollivcr & Ramges. meut market
Ollivcr & Ramgeslnugliter house.
Pub. Tel. Station.
Palm r . II. K. res
Petersen Bros., mcatmarket.
Petersen. R., res. i
Polk. 31. D., n s. !
l'acterson. j. M , rs.
Scliildknecht, Dr. office.
Shipman, Dr. A. office,
Showalter, W, C. effice.
Siggius, Dr. E. L. res.
" " office.
Streight, O. 31. stable.
Smith, O. P. drug store.
Sk inner & Ritchie, abstract and
Sherman, C. W. office.
Todd, Ammi res.
Troop & Hem pie, store.
Thomas. J. W. Summit Garden.
Water Works, office.
Water works, pump house.
Waugh, S. res.
Weber, Wm. saloon.
Weckbach eC Co., store.
Weckbach. J. V re s.
Western Union Telegraph office.
White. F. E., res.
Windham, R. B., office,
Windham & Davie-s, law office.
Wise, Will, res.
Withers, Dr. A. T.. re.
Young, J. P.. store,
S. Buzzeix, Manager.
6- I i.
ii IKE $CH.iELLBACHn,
Wagon and Blacksmith Shop.
Horscslioe. the B.-.-t Horscsli'ie fer tho
Farmer, o:' for Fast l'.'iving uini City
purposes, ever invented. It is made no
anyone can enn put on sharp or fl.it corks
as needed for wet md slippery mads, or
smooth dry roads, (.'all and Ex imino
these Shoes and you will have no other.
J. M. Schnelibacher,
5th St., PI lUsinoutli, Nch.
oils. Rubles Mnehiiifs ll'tiekl v l.'e:iaired :
PIowh Sharpi'isi'd kii.I (ieueial
IIorr'pshoe, whieii -h:'.rrens XI n I! v(-:irs
awy. so tlieie is ni'ver any :!;inr.- of yieir
Jlers" slipping iiid h::rti'i'g iineif. m!)
atnl f xamin thin s hoc and you v.ih
Have no other. K.-i-tShoi; "made.
- - PLATTSMOUTH
'f!i"f! and resi.l.vieo corner of Scven:li street
and Va;'iingloii Avenue. Telcpholie No. 81.
( '!p ou'e D sease :t 'l iJisp-ccs of Wnnieii uu'l
Cnii'iren a s-iecialfy. OlUce hnuri!, 0 11 to a. in,
'1 to 5 and 7 io 9 p in.
for an incurable cose of Catarrh
In the JleaU by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
I Symptoms of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of nose, disctiurtrcs falling into
throat, sometimes profuse, wutery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, rinifinif in cars,
deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expecto
ration of offensive matter: breath offensive:
smell and taste unpaired, and trencral debility.
Only a few of t hf-ee eym ptoins likely to be pres
ent at once. Thoiisarids'of cases result in con
sumption, and end in the frrave.
By its mild, soothing, and heiillnir propertlet.
Dr. Sage's Remedy cures the worpt casr-s. C0c.
Uc 6c Uarmlat
Unerjualed asaUver Pill. Fmalleftt.f hoap
et, ensicst to take. One Pellet a f)oe.
Cure Sick Headache, ISilaon Headar-lie.
Illvvliipfiii. f 'ikii.f i r.'.f w.a. .... In..
Bilious Attack's and all di ranjemonts or
the stomach and Itowels.
ia eta. by druififisU.
f ir ( 7
C. F. SMITH,.
The Boss Tailor
Main Si., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
lias the best and most comjdete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came wet of Missoii't
river. JNote the-se pnevs: Business Buifs
from $10 to :35, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, ?5, , $0.50 and upwards.'
2?Wi:l guarantee a fit.
Prices Defy Compoiilion.
H. C SCHMIDT
Surveyor and Draftsman
Plan?, Specifications and Estimates, Mu
nicipal Work, Maps itc.
PLATTSMOUTH. - - NEB.
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