The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, January 12, 1892, Image 2
Tte Pttsroouth Herald THH MANMfRS OF PARENTS. To II v fi.llV ( Wf In :'.r ivi.ir nf iriint4 I-I-M Tlr Hod u r I " ' v V.Mritr'l 'IIm-iii. KM- p.; ,i renli. K s.--. Oil fVI.'pllOIl .1 5.ii!v fw-rj t llf.-f nil ;i t l in li'lli;l i , . i ii i In- IK) !)! :: vl l' .il '. ii'! :i' 'Hit the fM;;.!i vii i.i I ?-.( il us. ami :!: :irt t .f i '!' ivtcrstt of ii v, .-;;iy- l!ic i i"i" A. IIiih- (.'iiieiunal i ( '.' i l- H -l li.is M't'in:l in iiii-r i lio 111:111 in r of in ri'l'iiimi to cii'iilnMi. '.'1 ! li t). matt I I .I:in- TK.ItMrt Knit WKKKLVi dm copy, "i" ''. In advanc. . .... ue copy, mil' y;ir. not In advance... r-ie copy, hix moiitlif. in advance - tie o.py, tir- month. In advance. TK.KMH rilli ItAII.1 )u i:o on-' y-;ir in adv met? - necupy ht week, hy purrii-r ue e.iiy. mt inoiiih .- . a no . 75 . 40 ?r on . I .. 50 TUESDAY. I A NIT A KY 1-', Tin: Julius Coolcy of tin kmo cmtir party Millrt II. I Iijtcii-oek WilKM Cl. IJrvaii li'i-ts throurh willi th Mr Kinlev bill he will take up th' Hiibji-rl of l:iptini by im nu-rssion. which is saitl to wry vitally Hffi-t thr sil vt-r question and contract the currency. Somi; ii.ililic;il parties are born with trimmerM within their ranks others have trimmers thrust, upon them. The (Ii-morrat io partv ami me, lor instance. (1. M. II. Ta!;i.i; Talk lor January is full of seasonable n'ootl things, spread out before the housewife by Mrs. Korer in her own practical style Io run a household 111 a manner economical, ami at the same time aatisfactory to the demands of even au epicurean stoniacl), is not, we should think, an altogether easy task. Yet this is what Mrs. Lforer asserts can be done, and the province of her magazine is to show and teach exactly how it can be done. The Table Talk is quite equal .to the task would seem veri fied by its six years of popularity and success. Published by the Table Talk Publishing Co., 1113 Chestnut Sf, Philadelphia. ,fi.(X) a year; 10c. single copy. The president has issued a proc lamation announcing the signature of a reciprocity agreement between Salvador and the United States. The agreement takes effect February 1 next, and the following is a ached ule of the leading products and manufactures which the repub lic of Salvador will admit free of all customs, municipal and any other kind of duty: ' Animals, corn, rice, barley, rye beans, hay and straw; fruits, bis cuits, coal, bricks, marble, tar, ferti lizers, agricultural implements, machinery, railroad materials, tele graphic and telephonic materials, electric and gas lighting materials, wharf materials, wood, iron, scien tific instruments, printing materi als, paper and printed matter, gold and silver in bars. OUR TARIFF WORKS BETTER THAN ENGLAND EXPECTED. The St. James Gazette, speaking of President Harrison's message, says: The most important point is that which refers to the Tariff. The figures presented compare signifi cantly with Uritish figures, which show a stationary condition of trade. It is all well to say that Americans will presently discover the mistake in their fiscal policy, but perhaps they may not. In the -neantime the calculations of the supporters of the McKiuley bill are working out much better than any one in Knglaad had reason to expect. Wonderful. K. V. Sawyer, of Rochester. Wis., a prominent dealer in general merchandise, and who runs several peddling wagons, had one of hio horses badly cut and burned with . lariat. The wound refused to heal. The horse became lame and stiff nowwithstanding careful attention and the application of remedies. A friend handed Sawyer some of I hilb-r's Itarb Wire ,inement, the most v.-onderful thing ever saw to heal such wounds. He applied it only three times and the sore was completed healed. Kqually good for all sors. cuts, bruses. and wounds. For sale by all druggist I used Kly's Cream Halm for dry catarrh. It proved a cure. li. F. M. Weeks, Denver. Kly's Cream 15 1I111 is especially adapted as a remeby for catarrh which is aggravated by alkaline dust and dry winds. W. A. Hover, Druggist, Denver. lean recommend Ely's Cream Hal to all sufferers from dry catarrh from personal experience. Michael Herr. Pharmacist, Denver. Kly's Cream Halm has cured many cases of catarrh. It is in con slant demand. Geo. W. Hoot Pharmacist. Cheyenne, Wy. Shiloh's catarrh remedy a posi tive cure Catarrh. Diphtheria ami Canker mouth. For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co. iin. ''.'II.. i U II I H'll 11 . ', 1. i Hi'- !:. v i.i e:ill-i5 . . 1; t l f.V.'iv m iiifr.-l If ivn:- ;i!-! 1. ;.li'; u. illy 'itirt""U-i to !'.:( i M !"" !' ill I'1 mi -i I :i i li:iVJ II. ii-. 1..: tii :i 11 :-!-.. it 1 1 1 - - rude. ho iin- tliu cliiiilreii. Tln; iv'leel ti e III. -1 11 hits of their elih-rs jis :i mirror Iin; iIih olij":ls ly wliieli it is sur ro'inlel. Mniiy parents, wlio are 'li-Iivl in their manners to their eqii i!s. never trouWIe tlii-mel ves to be Ouiisiili-rale in their li;li:vior to tiieir own children. Indeed, tin-re are par ents who aelually seem to Ihink tha it is not well to lie eourleoiis to si ciiild. -S.iy 'Thank you.'" I heard a mother command a little daughter when she had lied a sasli for her. You tii-ver say -Thank you' to me." rctiii'iieil the child insianllv. it is not in v place to say 'Thank von' to you. You are my child, and it is your duty to do whatever I order." responded the mother. The child qui'-tly walked from the room with linn-shut lins and llishin eye. and the mother never noticed that liet command hud not been obeyed. liow often do we command when we should reipicst. Pass the bread." Shut thai door." "(Io up-siairs and get mo a clean handkerchief quick." Ti-en aaiii. 111 some families chil dren a m ignored. Tln'y come down to the breakfast-room and tak their places at the table without any morti inir ijreelii'g whatever. Whi-u school time conies they are put in order by their mother and dismissed with a inere. you are reany at last, lio alon." No wonder such children act shy and awkward when some stranger chances to give them a cheerful greet iutr. When company comes, how many children, are told to ' keep out of the way" to "keep still and not say any thing" in the presence of the guests. It is not strange that the little things act like scared kittens under uch cir cumstances. It is remarkable to nie that they appear as well as they do. I once knew a lady whose son. a lit tle lad of 10, was the admiration of every one for his beautiful manners. While he was perfectly simple, frank and bovish, his manners were as as sured and eorrect as those of a jrrown mau. His mother could send him in the carriage alone to the station to bring a lady guest from the train, cer- taiu that he would give her every need ful attention. He would take the checks. care for the baggage, and bring her to the house with every courtesy. Aud always when visitors were at his home he did his little share of enter taining, lie was quick to wait upou them and to show them every respect, and. though he was not forward, he was quite ready to converse with them if thev seemed so inclined. How did you manage it? What course of traiuing did you pursuer people used to inquire. ell, 1 heard bis mother answer. laughingly, at one time, "for one thing I never snubbed him. He has do idea that there are people in the world who do not like boys. He supposes that evervbodv is us friendly as he himself. Then I have always brought him up to take care of me and be uo- . .... lite to me; and 1 am as careful to be considerate and courteous to him as I am to his father. So he never has to put on his good manners; they are the habit of his life. 1 think that is about all there is of it." That was ail. but it was a good deal; ami. if all parents would pursue the same cour-e they would have less occa sion to lament their children's rude cess and awkwardness. The volumes of the Magazine be gin with the Xunibcrs for June and December of I ach year. When 11c time is specii-'d,-ubseiiptions will begin with the Number current at the time of receipt of order. Hound Volumes of Harper's Magazine for three y ears back, in neatcloth bind ing will be sent by mail, post-paid on receipt of per volume Cloth cases for binding, fiOcciitf each by mail post yVd. ! Mr. Wiliam T Prcie. a Justice of the Peace, at -Kichli'I, Nebraska, was confined to his bW last winter with a sc-ereatKtTTof lumbago; but thorough aify.-ation of Chamber lian's Pain HJlm enabled him to got up and go. to work. Nr. Price savs: '-The Kemedy cannot be recommended too hignly." Ket any one troubled with rheumatism, neuralcria or lame back give it .-; .1 Ihev will be of the same ! opinion. HO cent bottles for sale by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tiik Heht Salvk in the world for Cut Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fevet Sores, Tfter, Chapped Hands, Chilhlnins. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, un.l posi tively cures pik-p. or no pny required. It is gunranteed to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2't eenis per box For sale by F. G. Fricke Do not confuse the famous Blitsh of Koses with the many worthless rjaints. powders, creams and bleaches which are flooding the market, (.jet tne genuine ot your druggist, O. II. Snyder, 75 cents per bottle, ana 1 guarantee it will re move your pimples, freckles, black heads, moth, tan and sunburn, an give you a lovely complexion. 1 Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well and so popular as to need 110 special mention. All who have used filed trie Hitters sing the same wony" of praise.-A purer medicine does not exist ami it is guaranteed to do al that is claimed. Klectric Hitlers will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, 6alt rheum and other affec tions caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all ma larial fevers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try .Klectric Hitters. Kn tire sat isiact ion guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50c and $1 per bottle at F. G. Fricke & Co's drugstore. 5 A Fatal Mistake. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they inform pa tients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, has proven the contrary in his new book on "Heart Disease" which may be had free of V. G. Fricke & Co., who guarantee and recommend Dr. Miles' unequalled new Heart Cure, which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or ten derness in the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smother ing, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine cures headache, fits, etc. Hoard, a Sow, Mnthrr'n a Few XaiN, Hot Team. ud1 a He drops from his panting horse. He slouches into the lumber-yard. He is tall and gaunt. His cheeks are sunken. His eyes are sullen or sad. One ten-foot board." "Twenty cents." Ho produced a consumptive wallet and pays. "Kin I have a saw an1 measure?" These are handed him. The men present look on iu stolid curiosity as he cuts the board in lengths. What fur?" asks one. "Coffin." Up the street he buys some nails. He rides out of town. A scorching day. Overhead a vault of brass. All around tawny seas of stunted, tattered, drought-dried corn. On he goes, the bundle of boards in front of him. Un der the cottonwoods by the dry creek is a prairie schooner. Back of it are slung household utensils and a baby's chair. Cattle graze near. Bear-legged children run to meet him. A pale woman seated on the ground cries out at sight of him and strains more tight ly to her bosom the little form in hov arms. She rocks to ami fro while he ' nails the rough boards into a box. He goes toward her. "Wait!" she quavers savagely. It Should be in Every House. J. H. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps burg, Pa., says he will not be with out Dr. King's New Discovery foi Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia afte an attack of 'La Grippe," when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no rood Robert Harber. of Cocksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than any thing he ever used for I.unp Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it Free trial bottles at F. G. Fricke A Co's drugstore. Large bottle, 50c and $1.00. Some Foolish People allow a cough to run until it gets beyond . the reach of medicine. They say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the succesful Kemp's Halsam, which is sold on a positive guar antee to cure, they would see the excellent effect after taking the first does. Price 50 c and $1. Trail size free. At all druggists. A Mystery Explained. The papers contain frequent no tices of rich, pretty and educated girls eloping with negroes, tramps and coachmen. The well-known specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all such girls are more or less hys terical, nervous, very impulsive, un balanced: usuallv subiect to nead- ache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, im moderate crying orlaughin.g. These show a weak, nervous system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a fine book, containing many marvelous cures, free at F. G. Fricke & Co's., who also sell and guarantee Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Cure, the finest of heart tonics.Cures t fluttering,'short breath, etc. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada K. Hurd of Groton, S. I)., we quote: "Was taken with a bail cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consump tion. Four doctors gave me up say ing I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, de termined if 1 could not stay with friends on earth, I would meet absent ones above. My hus band was advised to get Dr. Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds. I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles; it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at F. G. Fricke & Co.'s drug store, regular size. 50c. and $1.00. my my MORTGAGE SALE. Th e Entire Stock of GROCERIES, PL0U AiTD QUEEJTSWARE I'elonging to A. I'ach will l e eold regardless of cost to sat- isfv inorr;sigeei PHILLIP KRAUS FOR 2IORTGAGKS QUICKLY. THOROUGHLY, FOREVER CURED uy a new peneneu scientific met 1 oil that cannot fail unless tho Cast is beyond human aid. Vou feel improved tbe first day, feel a bene fit every day : soon know yourself a king among yti n in hndv. mind and heart. Drains and losses ended. Every obitaclo to happy married life re moved. Nerve force, will.enerary, brainpower, when failing or lost ara restored by this treat ment. Allsmalland wealc Eirtions of the body en reed and strengthened. Victims of abuses and excesses, reclaim your manhood ! Sufferers from folly.overwork.ill health, regain your vior! Don't desnair.even If in the last stages. Don't be disheart ened if quacks have rob bed you. Let us show you that medical science and business honor etill exist; here go band in hand, lynte for our Uuok with explanations A proofs, mailed sealed free. Over Jf.OOO rcferencei, ERIE MEDICAL CO. , BUFFALO, IT. Y. 31 SCHIFFM ANN'S Asthma Cure Never fails to rive instant relief in the wont OMea, and effect cures where others fall. Trial rseksg FltKE sf DranMs er by MalL, AddrsM DR. R. SCHIPFMANN, St Psal, Hlas. Drs. Setts &Betts PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS an. SPECIALISTS, 1409 DOUGLAS ST., OMAHA. NEBRASKA. As well as the handsomest and others are invited to cull on anv i drug-gist and get free a trial bottle j of Kemp's Iiasam for the Throat indLungs, a remed3 that is selling u : ' IK lt-71 IIK IMI Ir-llll V .IIII lI lllr! MiMl's ...ir 1. .. j . . r. ,r, .- tT.-' emireiy upon its merits ana is on. his bend bowed on his arms. The nruaranteed to relieve and cure all children keep on playing. He rouses J chronic and acute coughs, asthma bronchitis and consumption. Large himself. He cuts down some cottou- wood branches. The childreu help him to strip off the pale-jrreeu leaves. He lines the box with them. 'Now, Annie!" She kisses the dead baby. She gives it to him. Then she tries to snatch it back. Not unrently. he pushes her hands away, tie tenderly lays the tinv bodv on the leaves. He covers bottles 50c and $1. Startling Facts. The American people are rapidly becoming a rase of nervous wrecks and thn followtng suggests, the best remedy: alphouso Hurnpfling, ot nutier, renn, swears tnat when his son was spechless from st. Vitus Dance l)r Jliles u-,Jr -,. 6 L. ' Nerving cured him. luc cuiiureu aie sueui uuw. jib uij-s a little grave. He puts the coffin into it. He pushes in the powdery clay with bis great hands. Does the baked earth dream the rain at last is falling? The sun has set. It is still choking ly hot. The horses toil westward. They reach they top of a bluff. The woman looks back towards the creek- Then the wagon jolts down draw. Mrs. T. L. Miller of Valprai and. J. D. Taolnr, of Jxjgansport. Ind each gained 20 pounds if an taking it. Mrs. II. A. Gardner, of Vastulr Ind, was cured of 40 to 30 convulsions easy and much aeadach. dizzness. bookach b- one 1 and nervous prostiation bottle. Trial bottle and line bock of Nervous cures free at K. G. Frickc.'& I into the Co., who recomends this une-uailed remedy. 4 Office horrra from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Son day from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Specialists in Chronic, Nervoo, Bkin and Blood Disease. Consultation at office or by mail free. Medicines Bent by mail or express, secured packed, free from observation. Guarantees to core quickly, safely and permanently. The most widely and favorably known special ists in the United States. Their long experienoe, remarkable skill and universal success in the treatment and core of Nervous, Chronic and 8ur--icai Diseases, entitle these eminent physicians to the full confidence of the afflicted everywhere. They guarantee: A CERTAIN AND POSITIVE CURE for tbe awful effects of early vice and the nomeroos evils that follow in its train. PRIVATE, BL00O AND BKIN DISEASES speedily, completely and permanently cured. NERVOUS DEDILITY AND SEXUAL DIS ORDERS yield readily to tbeir skillful treat ment. PILES, FI8TULA AND RECTAL ULCERS suaranteed oared without pain or deteurasm from business. HYDROCELE AND VARICOCELE nently and successfully eared in every caee. SYPHILIS, GONORRHOEA, GLEET, Sper-ssa-torrhoea, Berninal Weakness, Lost Manhood, Night Emissions, Decayed Facilities, Female Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured, as well as all func tional disorders that result from youthful follie or the excess of mature years. Guaranteed permanently cosed, removal comDlete. without eat- tirwr, caustic or dilatation. Cure effected at home by patient without a moment pain or annoyanee. TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN ACiipn PiistA The awful affects of early OUrc OUlC Tioe which briu-rs organic weakness, destroyim-: both mind and body, wilh all its dreaded uIh, permanently eured. Address those who have isnaw- ed themselves by improper in dulgence and solitary habits,' which ruin both mind and body, nnfiUins; them for basmees, tody or marriage. MARRIED MKN. or toose entering on that happy kAs, aware of physical debility, quiokly assisted. HTSeil cents postage for celebrated works on Chronic. Nervous and Delicate Diseases Thoamixfc cured. friendly letter or eall may save yoo future sofferins and shame, and add uroUlan years to bfe. ISTflo letter answered unless aooom panted by 4 oecte in stamps. Address, er call on DRS. BETTS & BETTS, 1409 Douglas St., OMAHA. - - NEBRASKA Stricture Drs. Betts OUH CLUBINO LIST. Home MsfHlne and uhai.ii 10 do 11 ilv ami II kk iu Mrtri't-r's M.ijr r. him! li ;. uai.h 11 l i-I' !;... r ,'t' il II K i.i, ll;i!r' t-i'kly mill KitviD low. i lali 'I:. ninicr jili, i !l t- hai.i. ... '-SllTII l lir-lil l IIhwm.d lie I'oiiiim ami JIkkai i 1J ' lie ll. in. ii;it anil IIk.kai.i. ' hi. r i i'. in am, 11 i u i,i . i 4 . ; .. n 4 H .. Z n ..2 H . . ft Mi . - H B AN K OF CASS COUNTY" Cor Ma,iu ami l-'ilth lr-ot. -'Kid up capital turpi ue fMI no J5 01 OFFICERS J. 11. Farm le I'resulrnl -ril ior:i-r Vic I'n-.Miia-u 1. M. 1'a.ttiison ' ('iinIii-Ii r M. I'alti-iNoii. As I'u-luei DIRECTORS 1. M I'an ele, .1. M. Vatti-rson, Kri-1 (ionli i 1, It Smiili li. 15. Wl-xlliaJii. 11. 8. Wrtin-f-y ;::n) T. M.l'HltiMMin TANSATED RUSLNESc Accounts soIip:te?. lniert-st Hllowed o. tiim lpoMitx :tiiil prompt ai.t.i-iit'oii(flvnii to all t!i nHS cnlriHted to its care. PKItHINrt- II0U.SK, 217. 21'.), 221 and 22.J Mniu St., Plattsmouth - Nebraska E. M B0NS. .proprit'ir. lhe Perkins hap been thornm-l;)) fcuoyatcil from toj tc '.t?.n. n'..1 ; H)V om; of tin; !ust hut' Is iri tt.- ttti tioarders will In- taki-o tiv the ; m $4.f( rtrul up. mi) m ,lli - - uv i tt si iiiviMi.-it u; . tun. V tiu;wn hiAiJ. i. . c . iforrh -. F'ii-''-ir.ri:J wl:r'fcl irrmrrlVsf Ail. Solil bv P. l!:.f .ix.fr. ! - PnTt' 53 iruiilitiij', Aew lurk. WrjM fur buck ul j.iuul. IlLi. 'p-'iii HAIR BALSAM j ' 1 Clsiuwof ar.d Ivkiiil-. tne hair.! T-'f-it J' ft J'ruiontst a llll".ml t ruvh. .. .;-i- v( "jfivej Fails to ictor t ; v.f - ,-tV:'?'." llaii- to itB Youthlul t-oior. -ure? trcttlp tliurUkef Sc hair iumu. L J. arker'-fi Oincrar Tonic. It rures tha wurai Cituirh. 'A'rA Jnri'j, J)ihi!iiv, Ii;tig:jtionT Pnir.tTke in tinie.iOctA. H5MiEiRf CORNS- The oilrnrc cure for Conn. jIi.I-'B ai jjam. iOc. sit iuuKgiits, or liiCOX tt CO., ti. Y. GRATKUL COMFORTING BREAKFAST "By a tliovcufrti knowledf-e of tin- iiHiural laws wliiHi jrovern the (.peratioTis of digestion aMii nutrition, and by a K-aicful apj.lic.'.t .on of 'lie fm iiropertktxof well selecti-il f'ocoa. Mr. Knps 1ms provided our bivakfat table with a el ica'ely 11 vol ed beverage whirh may fuve us niany heavy doctor' bills. It is by;tli'"jiidic ious use of such article of diet Mint a con--itution may be pnnlually huilt u(i unt:l struii enoui-Ii to resist ev-.-.v lndeiii-y to disease. Hundreds of subti .:iln-s are flouMn ti around us readv to attacK w!i'reer liere i a week point. We may eft-apt many a fatal shaft by keepiii!-oui'Pelvea well fortified with pure bloo i and a properly nourished frame." Civil Service (Jazette. Madosi simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in half-pouud M"--. bv Lrroperies. labellc-ii thur: JAMEs EPPS & DO., Homa'oniif Me Chemist London. luj-!ai;d How Lost! How Regained! KHOW THYSELF. Or SELF-PRESERVATION. A new and only GoldMedal PRIZE ESSAY on NEKVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY, ERROKS of YOUTH, EXHAUSTED VITALITY, PRE MATURE DECLINE, and all DISEASES and WEAKNESSES of MAN. 300 pages, cloth, pilt; 125 invaluable prescriptions. Only $1.0U by mail, double sealed. Descriptive Prospect us with endorsements rnm op- of the Press and voluntary Kl- r I wnui testimonials of the cured. IIIfcs NUn. Consultation in person or by mail. Expert treat ment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY and CER TAIN CURE. Addreww Dr. W. H. Parker, or The Peabody Medical Institute, No. 4 BuMncb St.. Boston, Mass. The Peabody Medical Institute has many imi tators, bnt no equal. Herald. The Science of Life, or Self-Preservation-, is a treasure more valuable tban gold. Read It now, every WEAK and NERVOUS man, and learn to be STRONG .Medical Review. (Copyrighted T -4 t- nr ' -T- "1 X T iKi.ait in- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES GLASS AND QUEENSWARE. ralroiijie of the I'uhlic Solicited. Nortli Sixth Str eet, Plattsmouth. IRST : NATIONAL, : HANK OK PLATTSMOUTH, NHBltASKA Vl.lll0.O 10.000.0 '"aid up capital Surplus ri the very bent faeilitii-s for the promp transaction of li-jltlmate Banking Business rttot ks, lioinls, old. irovftiiineiit and local se .uritlof boiilit : iil -olil. !i-itstts ri-i--lved .lid '.nii-resf allowrd on Ibti eer'illcatfie .)rafts ilrawn. available in any part of the Uiiitii Stale anil all iho pru eipal towni of Europe. JOI.LK.OTIO.NH MALIK ANU I'ltl-M rTI Y HKMIT TKIl. 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