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T.f. LIVINGSTON F- L. rUMMINS-
IJ1W. LIVINGSTON & CUMMINH
Physic ans tnfl Surgeons
UAcn No. 612. Main
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B K- HILTON.
OU'ilo in Martm Illock.
order- left witU County Clerk will
auceivc innit attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
1 AW OlfFlt K
VI'm L BROWN.
ler.onalatu.ul..utoa,l buidne,. ...trurted
ANY OTIIfcU AOLNt.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
twey -I.. . V .III ft 9 antlot.
a TTOUNKY A I. AW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
WINDHAM JHN A. IAVIKH.
Office ovr Uar.k of Cas County.
Haalv o f C a s s C o ua ty
Cor Main and Fiilli street.
Padd up capital 5oofi
Our pi u
C. n. rarne'e
J. M. l'aiu it""
3Z ZLITZ CT O It S
ti II ri-t!ie'.. .. M IMttiTioii. Fred (.order
A. "' h. !: J- -h--'' K. S. Kam-ey and
T. M .Patterson
A GENERAL BA3K11IC BUSINESS
Ancoitnt si.'i.-ired. Interest allowed on time
e"a..t f. :u:,.ti,M-.g.v,..toaUbus-bless
oiilliislrd i .! c.iic.
FLATKM a-i - NEHXASK.V
Cayital stftk p:iid In . ... o f
Autno nzed Capital, StOO.OOO.
KHAMC CAliUUTH. JOS. A. CONNOK,
I're .id.-nt. VW:e-re.slex:
VI. II. CUSHISU. Cashier.
Krank Carruth J. A. O'lM-r, F. It. Cuthn v,r.
J. W. .r.V.i::.-oi. Hcv.ry 1'aek. John O'Keefe
V,'. 1). Mrtntm. Win. Wetencamp. W.
H . Cushinp;.
THUSSAMA GEKEEAL BAEIKGBUSiHES
hum ccitificat.'s of i!epo-its bearing interes-t
Luvs and si-r .'xchnm:e. county and
OK ri-ATTSMOUTII. NEBRASKA
oarUie verv te-t facilities for the promp
transaction of liiiitlmato
lad interest allowed on the eertiticate?
KSrwdriw". available in any fart of the
IZT.-A str; and all tl-.e principal towns of
w u '
ODU.XCTIONA MAOF AND PBOMrTLT BKMIT
TID. Idlest marker price pii for Comity war
Tants. State ant County bonds.
John Fltzwrald P JtiZ0
Sain Wauyh. h.E. wni.a
tleorw E. Ilovey
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217. 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
H. M. B05S. Proprietor.
Ihe Perkins bu levu trtiiily
renoyatea frm top tx oit,rt usd
now one of the f-t botcli in th stat
Hoarder will taken by the wJc at
4.5 and up.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
The Plattsmouth Herald
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fitrwtUB ortrrth UlUl-rllj. Offlre Kch wmk! ,
a .... i. iiiv r llnlile nr Hnliiry $"f
tiitHOiiu ntli'y. vti'th mereae. n. leiMeneiil '
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H..iive. I feiei.ci h. MAM'n t liril. I.eh
li.X l.fi. New Ylk.
OA-i IJilMiK. No. I l.t. . y. Iiiei-H ev
ry luerilay ini:lit at H" 'r hall In HtKMaM
ttlock. All odd KellowH are cordial. y invited
t attend when vlmtlf.u In t!"-elly.
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..iili.-ir li 11 ii. v ei k ;i h l.i" k. All vi-Uinu j
knm'l ts ;,re ,-olll i ly li-v led o :iltei'd, V. A
Ma shall. C. I ; Flat I. n. lv K S.
YOU.MS MEN'S HltIVHN -SICIATIO
v iit. rii.;.n 1.1. .k ?3ain Street. I: s
,., (r in a m l 9 p ; l-or men on y
C.si el meet n eery Sutniay alteimon ul I
o'e oek .
C. A R.
McCoimlhle roKi. No. 4.1. meets every Satnr-
lay evening at 7 :'i0. In lln tr hall. Itockw I
Block. All viciiiiiK ccniraIe8 aie lnud to
,ieet with ub.
;. K. NlleH. Tost Adj.
K. A. Hates. Toi-t Com.
Our Clubbing List.
Globe-Democrat, and Hekalij 2.'J5
IlarperVManazino" " 4. GO
Harper's Unzar " " 4.s0
Deiiiorcst's Manzine " 11.10
Omaha I lee " " -40
oledc Hindu " " - 45
Linculn Call " " 2-15
Nati.mHl Tribune " ' 2.45
The Forum ' " 5.55
Inter Ou-an ' ' --"
Lincoln Journal " " 2 :.0
The Home Maiazino " " 1
Mo l 3 -:m a. m
3 5 :4S p. in
5 9 :M a. in
T T IS a. m.
9.. 6 :15 p.m.
- 11 S :25 p. m.
No 2 5 :05 p. m
"4 10 :30 a. ro
" n 7 ;U p. m.
io 9 M a. m.
" vi lc :i a. in
The kinj; of the implement tiade iu
Cass county, 13 i;etting in his spring
stock which comprises everything in the
line of f;irm implem'jnts to be found.
Mr. Oonlcr also makes a specialty of
rims busies, i arriapes, and fcingle and
di.uble harness. Gordir carries tlie
largest stock of harness t be fnutul in
the county; cull and see lt::n on lower
Main street. Pl.-.ttsmouth, Neb. c?&w-tf
Is ivcoirni.ed Jis tlie k'ndinu: fjro
ot of the- c-ity. Hi' keeps ;i:issv;irf,
iii'i'iisv;ire."sill kinds of orocerii-s
:unl table iK l icacies. ltf
Mm. Michael t int tin. 1 'l:i i u ti -1 4 . III., innkes
tnes:aieiiieiit thai she caulit -old. w.iio.i t
tied on her 1-iikh ; "he v;i tUMted for a inontll
liy her fatnilv p.'nsieiaii. lit :fev worse. lie
oM her flif'was a hopeless victim ol cousump
tion and that v meiliciiiv t'nulil cine her
Her L'ru'sist su-ccstcd Dr. Kiti' low discov
ei v for coiisiunptiou ; sh lioiilit a hot tie and
to her lielht found herself benefited from the
lust dose. She continued its u-e and after tak
in.u ten botts. found herself .sound and well
uov docs her own housework and is as well a
she ever w.i. 1'iee trial bottle? uftliH ttn-at
discovery at F. IJ. Fiicke & uo'u Drugstore
rebuttles 50C. and $!
Some years ago Chamberlain & Co., of
Des Moiues, Iowa, commenced the man
ufacture of a cough syrup, believing it to
be the must prompt and reliable prepara
tion yet produced for coughs, colds and
croup; that the public appreciate true
merit, and in time it was certain to be
come popular. Their most sanguine
hopes have been more than realized.
Oyer three hundred thousand bottles of
Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy are now
sold each year, and it is recognized as
"the best made," wherever known. It
will cure a severe cold in less time than
any other treatment. For sale by F. O.
Fricke & Co.
Wm. Tiinmonf. rostiiiatttr of Idaville, Hid..
riles: "Electric Hitters has done more for
me than all other medicines combined, for that
bad feel ns arising from Kidney a:id Liver
fouble." .John Leslie, farmer and stockman,
of same place. s;,yi : "Find Electric Bitters to
t.e the best Kidiiey and Liver medicine, made
ir.c feel like a i:ev man." J. W. liu.'Jiui
iiar.twaie o-eieiiitiit. )i:n.i.i lew. n. ways : "riee.
iric Litters is just the linns tor a man who is
all ruu down and don't care whether he liven or
aits ; he found new strength, good appetite
and telt just like he had a new lease uu lile
Only roc, a bottle at F. li. Fricke & Co's Drug
The following advertisement, pub
lished by a prominent western patent
medicine house, would indicate that tbey
ragard disease as a punishment for Bin:
"Do you wish to know the quickest
way to curea severe cold? We will tell
you. To cure a cold quickly, it inuBt be
treated before the cold has become pet
tied in the system. Thia can always be
done if you choose to, as nature in her
kinduess to man gives timely warning
and plainly tella you in nature way,
that as a punishment for Some indiscre
tioo, you are to be afflicted with a ccld
nnlesa yon choose to ward it off by
prompt action. The first symptoms of a
cold, in most cases, is a dry, load cough
and sneezing. The cough is soon fol
lowed by a profuse watery expectoration
and thn sneezing by a profuse watery
discharge from the nose. In severe
cases there is a thin white costing on the
tongue. What to do! It is only neces
sary to take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy in double doses every hoar. That
will geatly lessen the severity of thy
cold and in most cases will cffeetualle
counteract it, and cure what would have
been sever cold id one or two days'
time. Try it and be convinced." 50
cent bottles for sale by F. G. Fricke &
Cranks Who rind Dcllfbt In Taking
Frigid Pliingr in Midwinter.
1 fomi 1 lriyrelf at the Serpentine, at: nn
unusually early hour in the; morning. A
lilll-; way out in Ih'i v;:ter, in front f f
the Jiving board, w:isi ladder lying on
I'.ic? ice, and in front of this ladder were
two trestles. Between these two t '...tics
the i'-" was broken away, l'"a .ir; a
space; of water t ilive into about ten
f - t long by fivi; if hi.x wi lc, the trestle
being placed there for the ptirjwi.se of
k. -oping th i miserable little pb..ie batli
select froi a the s'.aters.
To tli'- lef t of the t:Mt.!-i was another
lad I'-r lying o:i t'l.j i:; Near the bank
J found a policeman who va i communi
cative. Th" bather.-; f r :i a kind of e!ab,
and number about Iwev'y. lie told lae.
Vli'-y b;'Th" i v r .. i.ior:!ii! .;. .'.' ;n.iit: r
what, tiie vea!her i . ia tiiey go ji:st I he
same. All ' i.i-.ses of peophj l-eloag to
theeblb. I was further told, and wrtiie
::i;:.- from a good li -lanrc i )nj iu-tliu.-iast
is 7" years o!l. His liair and
beard are white as saow.
Just behind us was a very fine old elm
tree! "That," said the policeman, "is
their favorite tr . Thai, is w here they
iri ss and undress." I soon found that
this was the case, as the bathers came
up. The; first man to arrive lost no timo
in undressing, but went to the tree and
threw oil his clothes, chatting to the po
liceman thci while. Then he .sped gayly
to his little patch of water between the
trestles. Into the water be jumped
it is ve ry shallow here and dipp.'ig
underneath it b'gau to throw out some
very large blocks of ico to the right and
left f him.
This done, be leaped nimbly on to the
diving board, poised himself, plunged
and disapiiearcd beneath the water, but
only for a few moments. lie was out
again in that rpace of time and ran nim
bly to the tree, where he quickly dried
hiimtlf and rather shyly dressed. The
others also rtidre.-s. d quickly, iaor.::t
ed the board and dived, but only once,
and they were out like the other man
and rapidly drying thcnselves. They
neer take more than onT plunge in the
en! 1 weather. This was the general
routine of all the bathers, who seemed
co tnj"Vtlie bath immensely, uttering
delighted "Ahs!" as they went in and
"How do you feel?" wiid I to one who
was drying himself, "cold?"
"No; all i f a glow warm all over."
"How do you feel when you go in lirst
"No, not at nil. Of course it's use."
He went o:i to hay that ho had in
dulged iti the cold plunge bath for
twelve years and never missed :v day.
Xor did any of the others miss if they
could help it. ilain, hail or snow in he
v.eiit and in they went. "I've been in
whoa k's li'.'.'ii 2-) dog:. behvv fivczmg
point." he said d..''.ig:it;lly: "it's only
ubov.i. liv..' r. )v," an 1 h j seemed sal bo-c:.a.--j
It v..s too v;irm.
"And you Yik; ii:"
"ii:it!ier aiost h'-althy thing in tlio
world feel q:iilo freIi for the da-.
The bat hers are allowed by tho author
ities to have this spe'-.'ial lot of wafer all
to theaisdvcs, and very jealously they
guard their privilege. Ou Christmas
day they havo u swimviing ra"e !' a
hundred yards, with first, second atid
third priz -s but not for money. Lon
Civil 'Km the Itoad.
An English naturalist who has been
3ut to see the whale ia his native
pastures estimates that a full grown
whale, driving ahead at full speed, could
bn ak' down aiiy breakwater ever built,
and that the sweep of his 1. .ver jaw is
equal to the force of a thirty horse power
eugiue working at full speed. If you
meet a whale while out in your canoe
jive him the road. Detroit Free Press.
A nice Child's Suit at $1.00 at JOE'S, tf
Go to JOE aud lay in your supply for
next year. It will pay you good inter
est at the prices he is closing out his
stock. t f
Covering Entire Body with White
Scales, Miffering Fearfully
Cured by Cuticura.
My disease (psoriasis) firft broke out en my
left ciieek. epreadiEf: across my nose, and al
most covering my face. It ran into my eyes,
and the phvslela'i was afraid I would lose my
eyesight altogether. It thread all over my
neaii. anu ih nan uo ir-n .set,
until I was entirely baldhead
ed ; it 'I i li br ke out cr my
arms and oiiouluerp, Uuiil my
arms were just one sore. It
covered my entire body, my
face, head and shoulders being
i he worst. The white scabs
fell constantlyfrom my head,
shoulders and arms: the kiu
would thicken and be red and
very Itchy, acd would.J.crack
and bleed if scratched. After
niendiiif; many hundreds of
i w .if aonare, i at proiiouuuru in
curable. I heard of the CUTiccrtA Kkmedies
and after using two bottlee Cuticwk Uksolv
knt. I coul-i tee a change, ana after I had
t-ken four botIes. I was almod cured, and
when I had used six Pottles of CutIci ka Kv.
sobvrjiT. one box of Cvticcra. ani one box
of Cuticuba Soap. I was cured of the dreadful
defease from which I had suffered five years.
I cannot express with a pen what I suffered be
fore using the Kkmkoies. They saved my life
aud I feel it my duty to recon mend them. My
hair i retored as Rood as ever, and so Is my
eyesieht. MRS. ROSA KELLY
Rockwell City Iowa.
The rew blood purifier, icternally to dense
the blood of all impurities .and oisouous ele
ments!, and Ci ticuba the creat rkin enre and
u riccKA soap, an exquisite skin beautified
externally to clear the rskin and scalp and re
store the hair Ihave cured thouoauds or cases
where tne sheddins of scales measured a quart
dailv. tbeskin cracked, bleedttiK. burnine and
itching almost beyond endurance, hair lifeless
and ad gore, suffering terrib'e. What other
remedies have made such cures?
fold everywhere. Price .Cctuxka, BOe Soat
S5e, RiwolvkxtJI. prepared by the Pottkr
Dat'U AND "HM1CAC CORFOKATIOW. Boston
lyscnd or"How In Cure Skin Dlneases"
64 paces. CO IllustratlOLS. and 100 testimonials.
Pimples, biackheads , red. rough chapped and
oily skin cured y C'cticitma Soap.
Jnl 1 1 SloPS TiiE iA!N
J I Back ache, kidney pain, weakness
I Zr rheumatism, and muscular pain.
Relieved In one minute by
the Cuticura A ctl-pln plast
Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Etc.
MUST 15 JD CLOSED OUT
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
No Humbug, No Closing
3sPEa9t fS8iis& tSaEs gjaeair pprtBinly9 yow will
aaever toe stMe to Esay SaepeF 1 your life.
CaM assI ee wliiSsiil. SIS w!23 a2 for yow.
Mens suits, former price, $4
The best S1.00 overalls at 64)c, Shirts Socks
Underwear, etc., at astonishing slaughtering prices
It will pay you to come a hundred miles and bor
row the money to lay in your supply. It will
pay you big interest.
We Have The Largest Stock in the County.
CPpera Mouse Corner
ON ACCOUNT OF
I I u
- Out Sale, No Advertising Scheme, But Closing
Out to Qui! Business.
50 now $:.:0
3Ici;s UvAs former price 1 00 now T0c
" ' former price 1 50 now 1 00
' ' former price 2 50 now 1 50
' former price 3 00 now 2 00
' ' former price 1 00 now2 75
( ) .'(. rcua.- t'wr mi!!, youths and hoys at he
ami hoys suits at your own prices.
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