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PwOF .SSIO H AL CARDS,
T. P. LI VIN'.ST N J K. J. UMMIN
DUX. LIVINGSTON A CUMMINS
Office No. 612. Main HU
kwMlrifiiri- T-I-iIi.ij- Mr. I lvlni"ton. 49,
lif r-idcliC Trie llnll(- Dr. ClllriliUIIH. 36.
JVIL. Hh' il.NKKi; ;ni(i MKYKVui:
K. E. MILTON,
Ibuuinlva am! l m- : .-illwik turu'slietl aim
Oin:c in M.utiii Block.
X'UA.iTb.'ujt'Tii - Nkbuaska
-a. c. is."S3ie;,
11 orders left with County Clerk will
aexvive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE,
avm. l. brown.
rVrxonal atteiiliou to ait Imriiiesa eiitrut?d
9 IDV tMLTH
.OTA l(V 11 OKK'K
Titles examined, Abstract ciuiiled, Itiui-ace-writteii.real
"Belter larl line-, lor iiiMkmn Farm l.oana Xlmu
ANY OTHER AGENCY
r LAXTdMU L r 11 M-; B K AtiK A
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will jrivv prompt attention
o all iiiHins entrupieil to him. ofllee id
Jnioa block, Kat Side, 1'lattrinouth. Neb.
JTTOUNEY A LAW.
WINIE3AM & DA VIES.
. B. WINDHAM. .JOHN A. DALIES.
Notary 1'tbllc Mptary 1'ubllc
Office over Bank of Cans C'ouuty.
CTattamoutb - - - - Kebrasha
Baak o Cass Cattaty
Cor Main and Fifth utreet.
Paid up capital-..- '... , jvrooc
-Suxplim 25 000
O. II. Parnele
J. M. Patterson
T. M. Pallerauu.
C. H. Parniele.,1. M. Patterson, Fred Conler.
A. Ii. Smith, li li. Wiudhani. 11. Uanieey and
T. M. Patterson
A GENERAL BAKX1KC BUSINESS
T BANS A TED
Cciw ' ai;.' ;'.-.n:i.r ;;:t' iiluiigiv:u to ,Ui bu.--lueaa
euirusiai to its cure.
PLATTSMOUTH - NEBKASKA
Caj ital stock paid In g y o c
Authorized Capital, $200,000.
KUANK t'AKKUTfl. JOS. A. CONNOK.
W. H. CU3HING. Cacuier.
frank Carrutb J. A. Connor, V. It. Gutbmani
J. W. JonnKon. Benry Bopck, Jbn O'Keefe
W. D. Merriam. Wra. Weteoeamp, W.
tSAKSlCTSIA GENERAL BANKING BDSlNES
ae eejtlfleates at depolta bearing interest
Bara and sell exchange, coast? and
OP PLATTHMOCTH. If KB BA SKA
PaM ap aapltal tco.rce.on
tbe verr'bt faeilitiea for tbe pr p
imwKvwy i iiguiaiis
i: bead a. sold. MTerafseat ui Inaai
bought aa4 astd. Depoaiu roeired
a4 tntereat allowed on tbe eertiOTa
BlWts tf raws, available 1b any part of tbe
g te Hum asd all tk priaeipal town ot
Oh mask Attn mamT bkmti
gCbwa nrarket trie paid for Poonty War
rajQU. 8tac aoa County boo da.
Wautfb. P. K. Waiw
(eorg K. iJerey
FltzrwId. . Wansh.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 319, 221 ana 223 Main 8L,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. M. Pr0N8. Proprietor,
1 ha Perkins h hern thoreutjhjy
reaoTted from top to bottom and is
ow noe of the best hotels in th a tale
Rnardrtrs will he taker by be week at
44.50 and an.
GOOD BAE CONNECTED
- I Ktod waaOartnc nuiee. Boon maropa
Ita oaaraatinfc Taetinwaiala frata all
'pan w theglabaw Proapsetosrasx
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TIi8 Flattsmoutb Ilarald.
tit. . .u,lui) hVl.r rkriuait- rlh l.( ua
r. Hlnin in Loral A Hrth-I ir for IhK I'alnlrNS
ztraelK wf rrth lit iblnrilj. Office Koch wood
I.o1;k. N. nr. l . i. F. mei-tn t-v-ry
lut cdHV iiik'ln at llieir hall In Fltzirerald
oli.:k. All odd l How aie cordially invited
-o attend when victims In t c'ty.
T. K. i.iamx. N. (!.
.1. , P.kiixsk, Sec.
W nted ! aeiive. rlii l'! in n- :ilary S7
to tKti iik ntl y. with iiien ae. m ten elll
mi U 4iwn i-eiriioii a r-'oiiill vfW Ymk
llc.ue. I i fi-rer.e MAN L'K.l 1 1 "KKK. l.oek
llox IokS. New York.
KNMiUIS OK 'Y I 1 1 1 AS, : ;t mil 1 t I.ok
No. 47 MiTli-ovelx V cdneMCy ev-iiinK
altl i'irli II Ik " ei k n d Mu k. A ll visitm
kni'lils are ;onli-''ly i" v t :1 lo a'l-: d. V. A.
l;i sliiill. t'. . ; I i n 1 Dix n. K. K S.
Y. U.-i; MI-N'S ' III IVII' N M -CIATIOX
ali-rii.;ui liloi li !;.iii Mm I. I '.ins
.pen fr in h ::mi a n lo i; ::;o p " ; I or men on y
Cikk'I iiii'el tin eveiy .Si.noay itltciiii m at 4
o'e ock .
C. A R.
Met oi.iill.ie 1 i-1 . Nu. 4.r. leeeis i vi ry Salur-
ly eveiiiej; at 7 ::V. in t l i tr hall, l.'oekwood
lloek. All viit intr eiinraces aie invned to
.reft witli int.
(J. F. Nilec, Pi-si Adj.
F. A. Hales. Port Com,
Our Clubbing List.
(31ubr-l)eiin)rra:, ami IIkkaLU f 2.25
Harper'a Magazine" " 4.G0
llHri.ei's Uazar " 4. SO
Diinorest's Miij;'z'e " 3 10
Omalm I!ie " " -40
oledo Blrtdu " " 2.43
Lincoln Call " " 2.13
National Tribune 44 44 2.45
The Forum 4- 44 5-55
Inter Oci nn 4 '4 2.23
Linct.ln Journal " " S 30
The I Ionic MuRazino 44 4 1 fco
OOINO WKST OOKOKAST
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..5 :45 p. ni
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Have your watcher, clocks and jewelry
repaired by the Fifth Strttt Jeweler, lie
has now engaged the services of a
reliable workman, Mr. C. H. Jaquette, as
an assistant. All repairs will receive
prompt attention, all work warranted.
Engraving nnd repairing of fine watches
a specialty. We mean business and
propose to have the work or know the
reason why. Very Hecpectlully, '
Geo. W. Vass.
Fifth Street Jeweler. tf
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tbe Best Salve in tlie world for Cuts
Bruises,' St-res. Ulcers, Snltllheum. Fever
Sore?, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptious, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
monev refunded. Price 23 cents per box.
For s:tle ! y F. O. Frickc & Co.
Will Lie Given Away.
Our eiilerpritiuo- druggists, F. G.
Fricke & Co., who carry the finest stock
'f drugs, perfumeries, toilet articles,
brushes, sponges, etc., are giving away a
large number of trial bottles of Dr.Miles
celebrated Restorative Nervine. They
guarantee it to cure headache, dizziness,
nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the ill
effects of spirits, tobacco, coffee, etc
Druggists 8iy it is the greatest seller they
ever knew, and is universally satisfac
tory. They also guarantee Dr. Miles'
New Heart Cure in ah cases of nervous
or organic heart disease, palpitation,pain
in side, smothering, etc. Fine book on
Nervous and Heart Diseases free.
rllss' Nerveand Liver Plllo
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, 3tomack and bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles1
Pills speetfily cure biliousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Una
qualed fer men, women. children.
Hmalleat, mildest. Barest! 50 doses, 25c.
Sampla free at T. G. Fricke CVa.
The Greatest Strike.
Among the great strikes that of Dr.
Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure
has proven itself to be one of tbe most
important. The ..demand for it baa be
come astoaisbing. Already the treat
ment of heart disease is being revolu
tionised, and many unexpected cares ef
fected. It soon relieves short breath,
fluttering, pains ia side, arm, shoulder,
weak and hungry spells, oppression,
swelling of ankles, smothering and hear
dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and
Nervous Diseases, free. The anequaled
New Heart Care is sold arid guaranteed
by F. O. Fricke & Co., also his Restora
tive Nervine for headache, fits, spree1
hot flashes, nervous chills, opium habit.
To Nervous Debilitated Men.
If you will send cs yonr address, we
ill mail yon our illustrated pamphlet
enplaininS all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
Electro -Voltiac Belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the ncrvious
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly rer 'ore you to vigor and man
hood. Pamphlet free. It yon are thus
afflicted wo will send you a belt and ap
pliances on atrial.
Voltiac Belt Co. Marshall, roch.
The breath of a chronic catarrh patient
is often so offensive that be becomes an
object of disgust. After a time ulcera
tion sets in, the spongy bones are attacked
and frequently entirely destroyed, A
constant source of discomfort is the
dripping of the purulent secretions into
the throat, sometimes producing invete
rate bronchitis, which in its turn has
been the exciting cause of pulmonary
diseast. The brilliant results which
have attended its use for years past pro
perly designate Ely's Cream Balm as by
far the best and only cure
A fine worsted men's suit, firmer
priceJJIS, now at $12.50 at JOE'S, tf
Fif'.een Thousand Witness the
IT LASTI'.I) FIVE 1VEAISY HOURS,
Ami for Over Seventy Kouiid was Simply
Seienilllc Kxlill.it ion Smaliin- lle
Rau and Needhaiii Has Knocked Out in
tin; Sevent v-sixth Koimtl.
Minn-:M'ims, Feb. IS. The Neert-li':n.'i-R;-;!!i
pri.f lii.ht v;is witnessed by
r.no.t prop,.. Uy:m w i.lied in at V.V.I
;ml Ntvlli:im at 1"7.. )ciiiinls. Vlinos
th? entire city government of Minneajio.
lis was out. Ni -I'd ham first (til vi-. i'.u
i '.n j; al .:ll and wn.t itiiii'ciiiatt ly fol
h.-.vr l by Ilvaii. Dili;.' Iycia .!' Htieator
i jeoru Sidi luiis secondi.-d Kyan
.s- '-a.iam .s was ease l for bv Au.straiian
a and Charl s Keininick. Tho
"i ; t iii! was at cvi li monev. At !.':.'!! 1
tilt lighting fomuu-nei;.!. For the lirs
ii ur no diiiVrence was noteil oilier than
'.hut Uyan did most of the leading,
A red haul reach seemed short. in tin
iLIrly-thira round Ilyau be.an gettin
he lr.- :. of it, and Xecdiiam tried bar;
U strike a foul blow. In tins thirty
iV !irt li it wasthouglit Xeedhanfs.-jaw wa.
I.;.keii, but his .seckmds would not ad
v nen me rorry-eigiiiii nrand wa
called an oiler of $l,0oo on Ryan was re
At 1 o'clock both men were amjarent
lv ecpial to the same number of rounds
Kyn.ii Made a Itusli
at the opening of tho liftv-iiflh round.
wilding Neodham to the ropes and then
amzii usu-rmg a noiiy mow tuat uazod
Xeeilham tor a moment, lie recovered
sparring followed, and the round that
promised warm work, ended tamely. A
series of leiuts at marring was the
record of the fifty-sixth round, and at
its conclusion was greeted with a storm
'i am sick," said Billy Myers. Ryan's
second, as he leaned against the rojies
in The United Press corner when time
was called for the fifty -seventh round.
1 1 : i i i .. , z
inij , wnu n.is lougnt many a game
bullle hinuself, miglit well feel nauseated
lor the round ended amid hisses without
a blow being exchanirid on either side.
Both men danced around in the fifty-
Jgmii rounu. JNeriiiinm received
btaly blow as an ojiening for the fiftv-
mnth round and returned it with a
light delivery right and left. So far
Not a ltlow II ail Drawn Hlood,
nor outside of swelled faces had either
man received a contusion or a scratch.
44 hat are you going to do: keep us hero
all nighty" yelled the siieetators. Need-
ham smiled and endeavored to force the
lighting out Ryan answered with are
treat, and so the round elided. Need
bam rushed at Ryan as tbe G'Jth opened
and planted his "big glove on the lad's
jaw. A second attempt by Needham
va: avoided ly a clever uuck of the
head, but no further fighting was done.
Before the Gist round opened Referee
.i!a;i;nx annoawwl tuat unless tin fiirnt
:-;i'ii" is a eo.'H'luion wii'-i-.i 'hi i.,'.i:.is
lie wo ul. I emleavor to d'-ciue it on its
merits as it then stood. This was
greeted with cheers and cries of
"Fijjl.t, FisTit It Out!"
The men had now been in the ring four
hours and the admonition was not wasted
on tae contestants for the moment
Neeuham rushed, but was stopped.
Soon after he rested his left heavily
upon ms antagonist s toreliead. Kj-au
ruen lea twice ana counted each time,
and tlie bell stopped action. Onemn
the sixty-second round, however. Uyan
smashed Needham squarely in "the
mouth, and was answered with a left
hander in the jaw. Both men sparred a
moment tor wind, and then Ryan re
ceived a tremendous punch in the stom
ach, to which he responded with a
right-hander full on his opponent's
Incitement Va Now at Fever Heat.
In the sixty-third round Ryan opened
by landing lightfy on Needham s law.
and cleverly stopped his opponent's re
turn rush. Both men countered on the
ropes. Ryan started in with a face
blow in the seventy-fourth round aud
followed it up with a dash, a succession
of fouls and terrific maulintr. Rvan
won first blood. Pursuing his advantage
he touched on the nose with the right
and gave him a left-hander in the jaw
that fcent him reeling to the ropes.
The seventy-fifth round opened with
Ryan giving Needham a terrific pnnch.
In a clinch which followed, Needham
hit Ryan. This was a palpable fool,
md another clinch followed, and in this
Ryan, acting on the precedent, deliber
ately fouled Needham. Then followed
a auccession of clinches and fools, in
which the referee interfered time and
again. Clinch followed clinch, and
the men rained blows on each other in
hammer and tongs style. When the
gong sounded the gymn isium was in a
pandemonium. Needham came up
groggy in the seventy-sixth round, and
which proved to be the last. He started
to the centre of the ring, where Ryan
led oat right and left, sending him reel
ing to the ropes. His eyes were half
closed, and he looked like
A Dying: Man Fighting for Life.
Struggling to the centre of the ring,
Needham received a left-hander in the
neck which sent him on his back. He
struggled to his feet only to receive a
right bander which sent him down
again. The third time he came up, and
after an ineffectual attempt to deliver a
blow, a right-hander in the jaw sent
him reeling three feet away. Brave as
a fighting-cock, however, he scrambled
once more to his feet only to go down
once more from a left-hander full in tbe
chest. It was plainly seen that the
fight was over. His seconds aided him
to his corner. He looked like a man in
death's agony. A moment later and the
sponge was thrown into the centre of
Ryan, despite his protest, was mount
ed on a chair and carried out in triumph.
The tight ended at 2:35. having lasted
five hours .and five minutes, and Tommy
Ryan is the welter-weight champion of
Philadelphia, Feb. 18. Edwin &
Stuart (Rep.) was elected mayor ovef
Albert H. Ladner (Dem.) by an estimat
id majority of 40,000. .
Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Etc,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
No Humbug, No Closing
JWotice the Shallowing
Mens suits, former price, $4
" former price (5.00 now 1.50
6 former price 7.00 now 5.00
" former price 8.00 now 0.50
" former price 10.00 now 700
" former price 1200 now 8.00
u former price 15.00 now 11.00
" former price 1S.00 now 1250
" former price 22.00 now 14.00
The best 01.00 overalls at 450c, Shirts Socks
Under wear, etc.,
It will pay you to come a hundred
row the money
pay you big interest.
We Have The Largest Stock in the County.
CDESQira SHorase (Doriaer
MUST BE CL.OSEI)
ON ACCOUNT OF
- Out Sale, No Advertising Scheme, But Closing
Out to Quit Business.
E22iss tBaSs great opportunity, yon will
3 will do
50 now $3.50 j Meils Ual8 fopmer 1)ricc j 0Q imy 5Qc
at astonishing slaughtering priced
to lay in your
in yonr life.
former price 1 50 now 1 00
former price 2 50 nowr 1 50
former price 3 00 now 2 00
former price 4 00 now 2 75
Oercoats for men, youths and boys at be
boys suits at your own prices.
miles and bor-
supply. It will
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