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by the use of poor smoking tobacco.
The one tobacco that has held its
own through all the changes of
time and against all competitors is
Blackwell's Bull Durham Smoking
Because it's always pure, always
the same, always the best. Such a
record tells more than pages of
"talk." It's just as good to-day
as ever and it is tbe tobacco for you.
A Great Record
If you smoke, you
A trial is all we ask.
DURHAM, N. C.
Is q "Weekly
(ligl) cid spcciql
jYoifisiqH iiodiqni to qli $lo
; soel o l'GqGi
oijf (1G coiin ( y.
Bates On -L.;p;plics vti. on.
SOI Cpr Fifth
Everything to Famish' Your House.
.HOUSE FURNISHING SMPORMOM.
Having' purchased the J. V. Weckbach store room on. south
Main street wherq I am now located can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest having just put m the largest etoc i
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline stove
and furniture of all kinds sold on the installment plan.
!TH CPO SITIVE CURET.
crvwiNi it I
qlqc qs qt .qcl-
AAA G Lit.
and Vine St.
- NEBR A.I
" No" heatthyperopn-need fear any
dangerous consequences from an
attack of la grippe if properly
treated. It in much the, sauie as a
nvere cold and requires .precisely
me Runic ircuiiiieiiu iciiaiu quiei
ly at home and take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy as directed for a se
vere cold and a prompt and com
plete recovery is sure to follow.
This remedy also counteracts any
tendency ot la grippe to result in
pneumonia. Among the many
thousands who have used it during
the epidemics of the past two years
we have yet to learn of a single
case that has not recovered or that
hue resulted in pneumonia. 25 and
HO cent bottles for sale by I. G.
Fricke &. Co.
La "Hppo Sucnessl j'ly rroated.
"I have ju-d recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
the leader, Mcxica Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's j
Cough remedy, and 1 thin with
considerable success, only being in j
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attnek. The j
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litimtf.-ri J.. ..( .i.:. - i,. I
' I !.! -. .r.. t I....1 ;.. !. fv
hours after being struck with it,
while in the first case I was able to
ntiend to business about two days
before getting down. .'. cent bot
tles fcr sale Im F. O. Fricke A Co.
The popuHition of Pt;ltsmouth
Is about lO.O'M), acid we would say
at least neohalf are troubled with
some effection on the throat and
lungs, as those complaints are, ac
cording to staaistics, more numerous-
than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the
opportunity to call on their drug
gist and get a bottle of Kemp's 13a 1
sam for the throat an 1 lungs. Trial
size free. LargeHottle o0e and $1.
Sold by all druggist.
many women suffer from Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don't confide in anybody bat try
a Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRRE6ULM
Book to " WOMAN " mailed free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ca.
tild fcr aU Dnaraiata.
', Jio Lluucr Habit, Positively Cure
rv AcainioEnuffl cs. haius cslocn srEciFii.
' ; csn be given In a cus tl coulee or tea. or in ar
i'it.Wi ol ood. wlthoui the knowledge of the ter
. o.i ciking it; it id absolutely harmless ami
f;e-t a permanent ami sit'e1y cure, vliet'it-r
ch : imtient id a inoler;Ue t rink const) a!!-iifii-wr.ok.
T NEVER FAILS. GUARANTFE
a (impiete cure in ev.-iy instinct. 4ipagc buys
F-VEF. Alilif"-s in ciiuf;ileiif,
Veof ig SPECIFIC CO. iesR.r St.. Cinc;nnii.J
!). y-m want to mnkt
mo'iVy': Send us tt-t:
nMf n-i.l rcfi'ivp : i ::it.l
... , - . r v. ; . : i
Y'S tiess, wliicli vi!l yive vim liir.iii' proiits
iinil iuick sn'.o. Steaily enipWiy-
m -in.it urikiT I
iiit-iit Ku;ir;i:iu'cil. Address
arsh & Co-
'3 - rortiana
I iJosttm, A. ass.
ChsJ.i2TlziJX3 Eya and 21d3
A certain enre for Chronic Sore Eyes
Totter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, 01
Caronio Sores, Fever Sores,- Eczema,
Itoii, Prairie Scratches, Sore lTipple3
and Pila. It i3 cpolinpr and soothing.
Hundreds of c -ses havo been cured by J
it after all other treatment had failed,
it 13 put up in S3 and 53 cent bases.
O LIG WATER OX MILK.
.abeled l-'J il Tins Oniy.
7-Z- O PKEGS hsads'Usks CURED
-jr. i i. v " iY2 I'eci-.'s Invwibie Tabular Kar Cuak-
iiiifl lr i.-Ji inn. V.'buptrB heuni. Ciufnrtable.
.i.itCi!Tcl rc!E-.!vfiil. Suldty F. lnwnx.only . FTJ PP
w. irulva;, Vjrk. Vnt fur bowk of provfji I
.. ."IT I
ver Fai". to Bsstore Bmi
Ja;-y-jr ilp.ir to ii Youthful. Cowr.
VjCurtl "raTp iijvo hair (aiiuu;.
MDv.nvl tl.'Vaf lfr(ir-j
:Ye::TiTWjr Vonie. it. aire xlti V t-urh,
'Wtii5 t.H CORNS.' Tb ociTfure cure for Com.
""vuT lmi Uni-M. t HliiCOX ft CO, K. Y.
HISEETATION.A sew and only
'K1ZE essay onAKvuus ana
DEBILITY, ' i ERRORS Of
' and VEAKin' '
HACSTED VITALITY j-PRE-
" ibte . pneeeriptiona.- ; . Only $i.ou
sealed, Deacriptir Prospect-
j nail, doc Hi '
cs ; wiUi en don. ; ;
of the Press cd
testmionLals ' of tiH
CoueoltatiOTi in pr ,
TAIN CCKE. Adl
The Pea body Medical I.
'jnor by mil Ixpt twjt-
.K SfcCUKCY ana vjum.
ir. W. H. Prker. or
tatitute. No. 4 Baliiuch St..
BoxtOD, M .-- -.v
The Peabody Medial .
tator, bnt no equal. fib
The Scteoe" LAfe, h '
Inntitnte baa many imi--.
'-S-lf Pteaervation, ia a
fuh. Keaa It now.
AmjlT10jjAL L()CAL j
Contfreaal6n kl ' 'Convention.
The democrat's held t lie! r congres
sional convention yesterday at Te
cumseh. N. S. Harwood, of . Lan
caster, and Kobt. Clegg, off Richard
eon, were elected delegates to the
national convention by ncclama
t.on. C. N. Ilubuer and Dr. Wallace,
of this county were elected as alter
nates. Some ill feeling was created by
Lancaster promising to vote for
De Vinney of Johnson as alternate
in return for John-on supporting
Ilarvvood for delegate. The follow
ing resolutions were adopted:
This convention unanimously
congratulates Mr. itryan on his re
inarkaf.ly successful career ns the
member from this district of the
national house of representatives,
and it especially commends hisigal
Lint and brilliant advocacy of ihe
great cause of tariff reform.'so vital
to both producer and consumer of
i'he convention assures
VI I . . r
- 1' - 'yan OI
the conlidence and
tlemocracv of this
support of the
This convention instructs the del
egates to the national democratic
convention to u.v the utmost en
deavor to secure (he nomination of
tirover Cleveland lor president and
should this be found impracticable
then to stand for the choice of a
Congressman Hryan's candidacy
as a delegate-at-large to the national
convention was endorsed.
The Ii. t M. bridge across the
Missouri river at Nebraska City had
a narrow escape from destruction
yesterday. The Stale Journal says:
"A lire was discovered on the 11. &
iI. bridge over the Missouri liver
last evening about 10 o'clock. For
a time it threatened to destroy the
trestle work leading to the bridge,
but ready assistance reduced the
tlames after a stubborn fight of
about two hours. The driveway ap
proach was destroyed for several
rods, but it is thought the railway
was not sufficiently damaged to
stop trains. The tire probably
originated in the watchman's
house at the eastern end of the
bridge. At the time the night
patrolman was at the western end.
lie telephoned to the H. & M. depot
and the bridge engine was sent to
the scene of the fire. However, it
had no pumps and what was done
to extinguish the lire was by means
of buckets. Had the night been
windy the bridge would probably
have been destroyed.
The house committee on postof
ficchave received from the treasury
and post office departments letters
on the bills making appropriations
fr public buildings at I'lati.- n'outh
and South Omaha, in i elation to
l l a tiLin'i. m...v - - " ...
"As to the IMattsiiioulh bill. Su
pervising Architect ICdbrook writes
1 that the receipts of the office for the
fiscal year ending June:."), 1SS1, were
f 4,804, and for the fiscal year ).
were $).oSl. The receipts last year
were fa.Oai: There was but one em
ployee in 1SS1 and nowthete is but
one. Kent is if:5( ) per year.
He calls attention to the growth
of Plattsmouth and the general
necessity of a government build
ing. The office yields a net profit of
02 per cent. Henry J. Streight,
Piaitsmouth's postmaster, contrib
utes a strong'argument in tavor of
the bill. Both South Omaha and
Plattsmouth are given a boost in
the report received by the commit
tee in both houses o cougres '."
All those owing personal and
delinquent taxes will please call at
treasurer's oHice and settle the
same. The office will be open this
evening; also Monday and Tuesdaj-.
April 11 and 1-.
GUS A. H YKK'S.
Judge Kamsey to-day issued per
mission to wed to August Schnei
der and Ida M, Clark, both of Cedar
Creek; also one to Frank H. Ray
mond and Claudia Fields, Jof Mills
county Iowa. 1
WANTED Some good cotton rags
at this office.
New Try This
It will cost you nothing and will
surely do you good, if you have a
Cough, Cold or any trouble with
Throat, Cliest or Lungs. Dr. King's
New Diseoverj' for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds i guaranteed to
give relief, or money will be paid
back.' Sufferers from La Grippe
I found it just the thing and under
its use had a speedy and perfect re
j corery. Try a sample bottle at our
expense and learn for yourself just
how good a tiling it is. Trial bottle
free at F. G. Fricke A Co. Drug
Store. Large size aOc. and $1.0)
The wisdom of him who journey -
l-tu ;s known bv the line he selects;
' judgment of the .nan who takes
the -'liurlington Route to the
,.f ti, Past. the south, and the
west, is never impeached. The in
ference is t.dain. Magnificent Pull-
1 . sleeners. elegant" reclining
, ,f;i fi;;
LlKlir C'lir illlU U1 iu-min'Jiiuuini
cars" on all through trains. For
information address the. agent of
the company at this place, or write
to J. Francis. General Passenger
and Ticket Agent. Omaha.' - ,
of ampkl tu Keop It Cout.
Annhotila hus been carried la con
eiderable quantities on the upjier dock
of eteainhiwi, but in many vchhcIm tb
bottle, carboys, or tins are stowed iu t"n
between dec"ku. In fact, they are Bome
timefl b towed in vacant cabins of caro
vessels. Tbe explosion of one of the-i
receptacles awakened attention to tlin
placing of such substances dangeroahl y
near beat. Tlie master of the vessel n
whoso bhip the erjdoMion happened un
screwed the tops of all those undamaged,
and thua allowed the gaa to blow off.
Restrictions on carriage of dangerous
roods were imposed under the merchant
shipping act, ib73, section 23 of which
provides that if any person sends or at
tempts to Bend by, or, not Ix-ing the mas
ter or owner of the vessel, carries or at
tempts to carry in any vessel, liritish
or foreign, any dangerous goods, such as
aquafortis, vitriol, naphtha, guiiimwder.
lucifer matches, nitroglycerin, petro
leum, or any ol her goods of a ihin-ji-rous
nature, without distinctly marking tln ir j
nature 111 Xl.'i outside of tbet j :u-l.ii;:-s
containing fie haiue. and nNn giviatr .
written notice of tiis nat uiv ol'isuc!i
goods and the nnine and address of Hie
sender, he sh ill be liable to a penalty j
not exceeding .Cl; but. if tbo peneu .
sending the goods on luitnl is merely aa
agent and iguoiant of its contenis, the :
penalty is not to exceed ten pounds. j
False description makes th f-endtr
liable to a penalty of i'.'iOO. Tlie master'
or owner of .1 ship may refuse to takeou i
board a vest el any suspicious package, )
and may retak e it to bo opened to ascer
tain its contents. Clmiiio i!l in the act,
has always 1mj!H looked upon as a ini. !
take in legislation. Tho mtister of u
ship is empowered to throw overboard
goods of a dangerous nature which have
been sent vtithout being marked or noti
fied of their true chariicter, and neither
tho master nor tho owner of the vess 1
shall lo subject to any liability for such
casting into tho sea, civil or criminal, in
There is no reason for denouncing the
carriage of ammonia by sea, bnt it is of
the greatest importance that each special
compound should be accurately delined,
and that it ought not to bo exposed to
heat. If everything that expanded on
submission to beat were interdicted, the
shipping trade would lie sadly ham
pered. For example yeast is shipped
for conveyance, and is usually carried
on deck. In hot weather the casks have
been broken and hoops burst from ex
posure to the sun, although 110 material
damage is done. We coald name other
breakages, but enough has been urged
to bring homo the necessity for under
standing what to carry and where t j
stow it. Chemical Trade Journal.
13 ow Not to i.et Into I'riiiU
Don't have any enemies.
Don't have any friends.
Don't inherit money.
Don't lose it.
Don't sign any petitions.
Don't subscribe to any lecture course
of stock comxar.ies.
Don't recommend anything.
Don't get victimized.
Don't exhibit any public spirit.
Don't toll stories.
Don't register at a hotel.
Don't visit a friend in an adjoining
towuship or elsewhere.
Don't allow other peoplo to visit you.
Don't show any interest in music, art,
literature, science or education.
Don't meet long lost friends or rela
tives. Don't go insane.
Don't get sick.
Don't accept presents.
Don't elo an-thing that might bring
you a vote of thanks or condemnation.
Don't suo an y body.
Don't get sr.ed.
Don't go to law at all.
Don't live to be an octogenarian.
Don't die. Detroit Tribune.
fcansrer In I'hj-sical Culture.
It is beginning to be understood that
physical culture should be undertaken
intelligently and with moderation. A
London girl want home from her first
lesson, which wns a violent one, and dis
covered a strange condition of her neck
a litrle at one side of thy throat a mot
tled appearance, with settled blood be
neath. The physician to whom she ap-
. plied said there was no remedy; soma
little bloou vc-;.-tls had given wa under
the severe laid unaccustomed exercise.
I and her naturally tliiu skin revealed tlie
raisnap laore lii.m wouiu pernaps liap
pen iu another cu.-;e.
The injuries are not so frequent tj
young girls, wiih supple joints and easily
moved muscles and tendons, bnt middle
aged women should begin very carefully.
Man' such, to rid themselves of an un
becoming tendency to corpulence, take
to extraordinary acrobatic feats not un
attended with real danger to persons un
accustomed to violent exercise. Her
Point of View in New York Times.
Tho Mjsterioua Power of the Turquoisi-.
The turquoise, although not credited
with either remedial or protective prop
erties, so far a disease was concerned,
was nevertheless regarded as a kind of
sympathetic indicator, the intensity cf
its color ljedng supposed to fiuctuftte with
the health of the wearer.
Tlie latter, however, bv virtue of the
I stone he carrried, could, it was sa-id. fall
from any height with impunity. Tlie
Marquis of Vilena's fool, however, was
somewhat nearer the truth when he re
versed the popular superstition in his
assertion that the wearer of a turquoise
might fall from the top of a high tower
and le dashed to pieces without break
ing the stone. Queries Magazine.
A Grnial Teacher.
Agassiz taught natural history in Har
vard college as no other man had taught
in America before. He was '-the best
friend thar ever student had." Ix-causa
the most genial and kindly. Cambridge
jieople .used To say that one had "less
need of an overcoat in passing Agassiz'i
house", than any. other in thateity.
Professor David" Starr Jordan in Popu
lar ,Science Monthly.
Iluttert KggB, Chcec, Hd Game,
Poultry, eat, '"Apple," Potatoes
CJreon and Dried I;ruite, Vegetable
Cider, lieHim, Wool, Hide, Tallow
Sheep Pelt, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Hrrswux, I-'eatli-crs,
Ginning, II room corn, and Hop.
M. K. II A L I, A K 1)
Gun. Com, Mercbfciit and Hlilppnr,
317 Market Htreet - Ht. Loiila. U:
WANTFD-Afrnt, yue acxBnlutcd wtth Fun'
e utl Shlpi-r.
o T Ii RMS CASllo
rl4 uu4 ! 4i S4.11U1 lhn4 Strati.
I I ATTh.MI VTn,
J,; K. hMiVNOI.DS,
I'ir-'Utrrcd 1'IivhIi litu lind I'liariii.icl-l
Special attention given to Ollice
h'iKK IJLI'H S - N'jili.
p J. HiVXSifijN
- orai ita in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, PlattsmoutW
VM Z OUift REUiASLG.
PIML" s UMnco 1
!rd LurfloLn j
SluagU.h, Lutli, Sii'h.
an supply everw demand of Die city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
1 1 i' .i
Kfir Atchinson. St. Tosetd. Javen
wortn, jansas iit,
and all points n-th, east
south or west. Tick
ets sold and bag
St a tes or
XFOKMATIOX AS TO RAT
. m a f f a. f a T-..-J
Call at Depot or address
H, C. TOVXHENl,
G. P. A. St. Ioiis, Mo.
J. C. PlULLIPHI.
A. . P. A. Omaha.
H. D. apgak. Agt., I'hittHiuouth
Knoriish Soavin Liniment remr
11 hard soft or calloused lui
mid blfcinishesfrom horseH. bl
sparins , curbs splints, swee
ring joue, stillee, sprains all
len throats, coughs etc.. Sav:
cent by use of one bottle. War
ed th mft wonderfuV' blet
cure ever known. Sold br I
Fricke V Co druggists Plattsnn
Shiloh's catarrh remculj- a
itire cure Catarrh. Diphtherial
Canker mouth. For sale by
Fricke & Co-
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more raloabie tl t j aa. aae leara le
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