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you ncftl o furnish your Ikiijm-.
(V)IINRK SIXTH ANIJ MAIN HTHF.hT
PJfiti5-rr:cut - Neb
to relieve coUt
.ou practice, ana more liable
a disease on the patient than to
eore k Jtt la needed ia a medicine that.
In effeo. jr opening the bowels, correct
Uie costive habit vui establishes a natural
dally action. Huch an aperient is found in
which, while thorough In action, strengthen
as well ast stimulate the bo wo la aud excretory
" Kor eltfht years I was afflicted with con
stipation, which at l;ist became so bud th;it
the doctors could do no more for me. I lieu
I her" to tike Ayer's fills, and soon the
bowels became regular and natural ia their
movements. I am now In excellent health.
Wm. II. Deliucetl, Iorset, Out.
" When I feel the need of a cathartic, I
kike Ayer's Tills, and find them to bo more
Jian any other pill I ever took." Mrs. Ii. C
onibh, Jiurwellville, v a.
"For years I have bewi sulject to eorwtr
pation and nervous headiu'he.s, caused by dtv
ranKeineuioi uie liver. Alter taking various
rinintdies, l nave Iieoome convinced that
Ayer's Tills are the best. They have never
failed to relieve my bilious attacks In a short
time; and I am sure my system retains Its
tone I'. nuer after the use of these Tills, than
has been the case with any other medicine I
have tried." ii. S. Sledge, Weimar, Texas.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Si ild by all Dealers lu Medicine.
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Tuhllshe.l every Thursday, .and dally every
weniim except Sunday.
itetfhtered at the Tlattsmoiuh. Neb. post
jftleefor transmission through th I!.. S. mails
t second rla rate.
Of!lce corner Vine rid Fifth streets
lltliMrt Kli WKKIU.Y.
'tit- copy, one yc;ir, in adv.n ce ?! Wi
'!! (! , one year, irit in advance .... 2 00
Vi c;iy, six moathf. in advance 75
)n e -py, three in nit ti.-. in advance. .. 40
TKKMH KOK UAIU
One rop one year in advance 86 00
neeopy per week, by carrier IS
ne copy, per mouth 60
idu wt ;: i. v
Bridge aui ihn; iiM work a
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A strictly first clasH machine, fully warraiit
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f killed workmen, and with the best tools t'-al
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Capable of writing 15" words per minute oi
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TH OLD RELIABLi-.
A. IMMS I SON
TUESDAY, JUNK , isiil
Tin; resolutions of the IMeasant
Mill alliance, endorsing the course
ol Senator Thomas, have raised
unite a commotion in tlie alliance
hold. The Cottonwood alli
ance went out of its way to stab the
senator, ami now that lie receixes a
cordial home endorsement frouithe
fraternity, the Cottonwood mem
l..-rs must certainly feel somewhat
chagrined. Tin: HKkLl, hi me
time, characterised the attack as
puerile and uncalled lor, ami now
that it has reacted on the heads of
the senator s malelactors, we nae
. 1 'f' I III.. 11
no tears to slieu. i ne nnii".
. ,.,,- h:w mIiowii a siirit oi
;.,i.i..r-..i, inward its opponents
that will 1m-Lu about its early dis
solution unless there is a change
in the niaiiairement. The editor of
this paper has no use for the
ulleii-cd princii)les if the democratic
tiziriv v.-l we are willlllir mat nil
a year, he ia convicted of prevail,
cation, or hypocrisy, or inexcusable
IS CUBA TOO NEAR FOR SAFETY?
Cuba so nearly touches our
shores ami is so manifestly of our
own geographical system, that no
American statesman may leave its
immediate future out of his earnest,
if not anxious, considt-rat ion. Any
maritime power thatshould occupy
it could readily make a MAk'K
C"L. rsi'M of the Cull of .Mexico; for
Cape San Antonio, its western ex-
1 1 em 1 13 , im scpai-meii irimi t ape
Catoche, on the coast of Yucatan,
by little more than one hundred
milesof seaway, while Cape Hit icos
is only a hundred miles distant
from Florida, the larger part of the
distance being filled by theUahama
banks ami islets. Thus, manifest ly,
this great island dominates not
only the (Jull of Mexico, but all the
approaches thereto. Moreover, it
lies broadside to the track of our
commerce 113- water with Mexico,
and is ol still greater importance to
the trade of the chief part of our
cotton-producing states, not 011I3'
with Kuropc, but with Ihe North
-Atlantic seaboard. Its capital city
is only seven hours distawt l3
steam from Kev 'e.-,t. Jess than
sixty hours from tl.- mouth of Hi
Mississippi River, ;i:i! but sixty
hours by rail and water via Tampa
Morula, from the city of Washing
ton. (Jen. Thomas Jordan in July
48 B :V "1
" l It :0ft.
Tin pioneer iiu icliatiwV
('urry a full stock of -nerai
inercliond ise wlncli theysell very
clohe. Iliglietit price paid for
all kinds of farm produce. Uen
erous treatnientand ftir dealing
is the secret of our success.
Wc pay no rent and sell for C
Vou ihin'tiny any lilln for dead I
wlp-n y,,u ,uy of this firm.
A furnished room to rutnt. ICn-
iuire at 414 me street, or at I III-;
1 1 it
For lame back, side fir chest, 11st
Cl..l.,l.'.. tl ... . . ..-
oiiuoiiis r orous j laster. 1 rice .;.
cents. For sale y F. G. Fricke &
Co. and O. II. Snyder. 3
I I lnrn I kM,,(,t"ri,s 1-1 allowed to 1 :
- II nllMls-f J ,ive aml grow rich under a good "Frosted Cream," the latest and
S ! lySnS fl republican government. Not so greatest drink of the age, at CJering
lU if i LJL.I I I willl sol,,e of our alliance neigh- tV Co H- 101
Shingles, Lath, Sa.li,
Jan supply everw demand of the city.
('all ami yet terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
I. ..-.j If ix. 1 rm Stt'fl )W ine
' .11 li:it lllirltliwrf itirri -i.i
visionary sub-treasury scheme and , V ' , " 'vT, .7"'' .V.
. vx, try uiHiVill I UJ C. tit
endorse the long ago expiotieu nat ouarantee it. 1-ff
inonej- theories you are at once set
Needles, oils and parts for all
kinds of machines can be found at
the Singer office, corner of Main
ajjd Sixth streets, with H. Beck. tf
Va.TEI: A good girl for general
house work. Swede preferred apply
to Mrs S. M. Chapman, No. 73) Gran-
y r b & r m
If ther is 1111 aieut in yn ir to a 11 adlrea thi
ol anuf act ures.
T!!K I'AUIKll M'K'li '..
Agents wanted l'arisli .
-- - F. B. SEELE.MIKE, Aiient.
GLASS AiN h
tii.- L'uMt; Solicited
All orders left with County Clerk will
receive prompt att'.-ation.
M a mm m sh m n - K m n mi m 2 m m.
down as an enemy of the tanner,
and 110 words of censure and con
demnation are too severe to be
used against 3-011. There are think
. , ii- r
1110- men 111 tne alliance, men ui
honest convictions, who reluse to
forswear their allegiance to the re- jtt.
oublicaii oartv. 1 hey say the al
I H 1 ml. Inn Ir. K ; f .
,. a. 1 . i 1.1 .......... 1 uut.iic;ii a ni ina od ve.
nance was not, mm . Tub Best Salve in the world for Cute
have been made, a secret political Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Saltltbeuni. p'ever
organization, and they will not Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
bend the knee or hearken to the Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi-
demaiids of the r nirleaders who "veiy cures i'ucb. or no pay renuirel
I Tf ia rrn a ra nf no1 t s ri irn cnti.nii ..w-
try to control their votes; Hence - B o.-.o.l.w.j, j,
tlu-re is trouble at once. Right in
the town of Wabash, the hot-bed oi
the alliance, republican members
have been insulted, and must either
get out or they will be put out; as
CIIAS L 1 00 T,
rl.ATTSMolTTP . NKhKASKA
Oiy1t.1I stitek paid in $5" o 1
Authorized Capital, $!O0,OOO.
'KA.NK CAKKU'fH. ,J)S. A. CONNOII.
I'rtsldent. V !- Piesi-iet-t
W. U. CUSIllNti. Caxhier.
'raiik I'anuth J. A. C'oniioi, K. K. tintli- h.'
I. W. JoJincon, Henry Back. John O'Keete
W. I. MiTiara. Wm. Weteneainn. W.
II. dishing. '
The bet SOFT COAL alwayn i
MANUPACTUHK.il OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DKAI.KK IN TIIK
Thoi' vi UvuvaIs of Oiffars,
KUI.I. LINK )l
I'RANSACTSl GENERAL BANKING BUSiNES
I (ACCO AND SMOK KHS AHT1CLE
aiwuh in ht.ek. Nov. au. 1HH6.
ntiest crjtifhMtes of di'txcits hearing intenl
liUV ana sell!- exeiiafif;e. eo:inty antl
money ref undetl. Price 2.1 cents per box.
b or sale bv r . O. Fricke & Co.
"Frosted Cream," the latest and
greatest drink of the age, at Gering
v LO. S, jot
they call it, in the interest of har
mony. And the same thing is true
of nearly every alliance in the
county. Originally, the order
might have been productive of
much good. Its principles before
it married the relict of the old
greenback party were good, but un
less divorce proceedings are insti
tuted at once we are firmly con
vinced of its demise before the
presidential election on the cycles
of time shall have wheeled around.
Potted strawberry plants of
choice varieties will be on sale at
Lew IMoore's by J11I3- lath. Plants
put out now will insure a big crop
next year. d A:vtf
PERKINS - HOD
' .-.r. s fa pf v.h ?yt
217, 21$), 221 and 2J:J JIaiu St.,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. M, EONS. Propri-tor
At' 4 SGnd wandp-ring enrtd. Books learned
one p'1,rjr. Testtrnonials from all
Vf J 'ij -IjSVt of tbeiclobe. ProsjHtctug POS-
rj 4 nE,; on ipucation to erol.
Fiita Av. Kmw Tack.
lbe Perkins has been
renovated from top to
now one of the best hotels in the state
Boarders will be taken by the wpok a?
$4.50 and up.
wy xe.vv twVT'
The GrcatHealth LiulflrC.
P.ickAjte makes 6 (r.-illonn. Oelicioas. sparkling, an.l
pp-ti.-.irtK. Sld by all dealers. A beautiful Picture
P H.k an-1 cards sent FRKE to any one eendinic
dilratw to the O. . MRK3 CO.. Philadelphia, Pa,
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
B a aii o i C a s s Co ttaty
Cur Main aud Flftb street.
Paid tip capital e.Ki no"
Surplus i 0W
O. H. Parneie President
Frel Ooroer Vice President
J. M. Patterson Caslieir
T. M. Patterson. A-st Cashier
0. H. Parmele. J. M. PatteMon, Fred Gorder.
1, B. Smith, K. B. Wiudham, B. S. Kaiimey and
A GENES AL BANX1NC BUS IK ESS
TRANS A TED
Accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time
deposits and prompt attentiongiven t all bus
iness entrusted to its care.
F J . ... ........ 1, Mlc IU1T.
I'VcS" - 1 .ironrntea a loxuriant rro-th.
-i i'r rfevor Fails to Heatore Gra-r
I 3;:r to its Youtiifut Color.
..:ir ufrt ' n dim., .i- h.ir ful'm.i
V. a. ! n:-. J-biUrv, I
r. s '. 1 l v V...ii.-h,
2i'i. Tnkc in time. :a it.
- utcox co., n. y.
RlteBmatism. nenraln'a. iilSDrisyaad Inmbaco
enred M ono. Smuine for sale by all DrturKist.
jjEK Chichester-s English. Red Cross Diamond Brand V
TMt ORIGINAL 0 ICNUINE. Ts aaiy Rare, Paps. anil raMoftl Pill rn!a. Wv
I aillrtl. ak DmxM fev IkotoMr i MmoU Mawrf Araiwl in K4 and CuM mtfsllie y
toM tealfd vhk Uw lIMai. TakcnMaartlaa, Mtfmma 3ttHttmnt end tmtxttiomt. v
AH ptUm im atnawl bazsa. pink wrappers, arc saamoM iMwIUl At Dtnitliu. or sea4 rsM
A. ia xaaipa ft pactiealan. wUiaonlaH. and KWlrr fsr Indira." to Utter. b rrtara Had.
!, Taatimooiau. n Papir. CttlCHCSTCR CHEMICAL CO., Madieoa Kqnare,
9l4 aU Lwcal Urb(a. PUlSJUUtii PUL4. i'A.
Till-; IIi:k'ALI understands the M.
V. depots are to be rather cheap af
fairs. They are to be placed on
posts, for a foundation, and will be
weather boarded up and down.
Had our people known what
the company proposed doitij;". suit
able buildings would certainly have
been erected by the citizens of
I'lattsuiouth and presented them.
I'lattsmouth has iven this com
pany everything it has asked for so
far. and to note a shade of modesty
about asking for more, this late in
the deal is certainly surprising to
the donors. Maybe the -M. P. folks
think the old cow has been milked
dry. It would look as though the
right of way and other concessions
given the M. I, by this city, worth
over $1CJ.(H)0. in order to shorten
their own main line twent3' miles.
was pretty near enough to entitle
us to fair treatment at tne hands of
that corporation. I'nless a dilferent
spirit is manifested, the old square-
ucaihig ii. V: I. will continue to j
tiansact all the business for this
Tilt: llKiCAI.D takes pleasure in j
acknowledging receipt of a genuine
sheet of American mined tin and j
American made tin plate from the I
N. A: G. Taylor Co. of Philadelphia.
It appears to be an excellent article, j
and is one that republicans may !
well feel proud of. The bloviating
Bryan, who, by some inscrutable
will of Providence has been foisted
onto this district as congressman,
will have to get out a new speech,
now, after so positively telling the
people last fall that there was no
tin in America, and that there
would not be a sheet made in the
next ten years. He denounced,
with a great flourish of elocutionary
antics, the claims of republicans as
to the future of the tin industries of
OK PLATTNMOUTH. NEBKASKA
tald up capital
Jlter the vry bent f;t.'ilities for the promp
transaction of iigitimate
dtocke, bonds, gold, government and loeal te
iuntiea bought and sold. Iepu.sits received
And interest allowed on the certificates
Drafts drawn, available in any part of the
r'r.ited States and all tke principal tewns of
COLLECTIONS MADE AXD PROMPTLY REMIT
TKD. Higbest market price p;iid for County War
rants. State ana County bonds.
John Fitzgerald D. Hawki-wortb
Sarn Waugh, F. E. White
lieorge E. Dovey
fohn Fitzgerald. S. Waugh.
President Ca X if
RS. ROSE CAPLE.
KINK PASTKI, AXI I'KA TON' POKTUAIT.
Thorough in!"truction in Pastel, Crayon and
Free hand drawing.
HAVE THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
EVERYTHING - FRESH - AND - IN - SEASON
a r iiik
JyJE AT KARKE
s ix i ii .stk-i;i;t
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
Ivys and Hutler.
Wild tfame of all kind.- kept in the
A T T I-; . I I ( ). FA hi M K H s
We want j our Poultry, Kfts, I5ut
ter and your farm produce of all
kinds, we will pay 'ou the hiirhest
cash price as we are buyintr for a
lirn in Lincoln.
K. DRESSLER. '
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Lino of
TIIK KKADINti (JKOCKRS
Plattsniottlh - .t bra-
Consiiit Your luireH by uiviiit Ml in a ;all
irJlf-.tt K,xuf ft itl.i
iT J I I
S 1 fi
I.0(lcapcs, Fruits and Flower.
io, ail. Elm Ht. Plattsinoutli, Neb.
311 KE SIINKLLliACKEIl.
Wagon aud Blacksmith shop
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and
plow Repairing done
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
He uses the
Which is the best horseshoe for the
farmer, or for fast driving, or for city
purposes ever invented . It is so made
that anyone can put on sharp or flat
corks, as needed for wet and slippery
days, or smooth, dry roads. Call at
his shop and examine the keversltp
and you will use no other.
J. M. SHNELLB ACKER.
13 North Fifth St. Plattsmouth
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute)
for Paregoric, Irops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee- is thirty years' uto ly
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms aid allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomitinjr Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulate; the stomach,
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's .Vanacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castorfa Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.'"
Da. G. C. OsaooD,
Castoria Is tke beat rwnedy for ehiMrea of
which I am aequaintad. I bane the day mwiot
far distant when mothers vnicooaider the root
interest of thttir children, and une Castoria in
stead of ttoe Tarioua quack nostrums which ara
destroying their lovd ones, by forcing orjium,
morriWne, Boothing syrup and other hurtfal
agents down their throata, thureby Bmriing
them to premature gTas."
Da. J. V. EwoBtxoK,
" Castoria la so wl 1 adaritod to ch Udren thai
I rr-oomrnttud it superior loauy I rn?ri ptioc
kuuwu to ute."
H. A. Ahohek, M. D.,
J1I So. Oxford 6t , Brooklyn, X. Y.
Our phyaleiajis in tine cliildren'a depart
ment hara spokea highly of their experi
ence m their outside pratte with Castoria,
aud although wa oaly aare among our
medical aopplies what ia kaiown as retrular
prelnMA, yet we are free to coofese that tba
merits of GaitDoria ha won ua to look with
faror upon It."
United noscrr!. am IispesaaTt
A lXKX C. Sihth, Ire
The Centaur Company, TX Murray Street, New York City.
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