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A. B. KMOTTS
BUSINESS 31 AIV AG EIS.
801 Cor Fifth
Everything to Furnish Your House.
GREAT MODEKX , .
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Haying purchased the J. V. Weckbach store room south
Main street where I am now located can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest haying just put in the largest stock
of new goods erer brought to . the city. Gasoline stoves
and frnmiture f all kinds sold on the installment plan .
UJP V UA LTVj LMJ r ygfl
i elaiw'i LoXiK TCM CI 1 1 X- j t '-,JX isioii it
PUREST. MOST RELIABLE. )
Ij old Krntj (ole tr;e n?crry old soul,
liVed 117 tnis great qgeof oUrs,
Recalled jor BULL DURHAM
I ; 10 sroKe 17 171s pipe,
And been njerrier Under its powers.
Thousands of Smokers
The Millionaire in his palace,
- The Laborer in his cottage.
The Swell on the street,
The Sailor on his ship,
Prefer Bull Durham,
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.r
UUKnAH, N. u.
' 1 ' . ' 1 l , . . ; : I. ; . . ) I I . - 1
-Qcz qs qq qd-
and Vine St.
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J I I "SI' I
No healthy pernon need feHr any X
"d3flgCT0XT$"tyrirtifirnev ' from uiw
attack of la jjrippe if properly
treated It i much the tain; an m
Bverj. cold aittl fejuirt; precise!
The name treadueof. Kmain iui-t
ly at homo and take Chamhei lain'r
Gondii Reineily as tlirfl-tel for a s
vere cold :i I a prompt and com
lete". recov ry is nun? to follow
This remedy also counteracts an
tendency ol la grippe to result in
pneumonia. Anionic the man
tlums:' 1 4 Is wlo have--iTseif it during
the er.ideniics of the past two yciiri- :
we have yet to learn of a single
case that has mt recovered! or tha
has resulted in pneumonia. 2fan-l
,T) cent hottlea for sale hy
Fricke ft dt.
La -rlppo Succdssl jly Troated.
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the rip this year,"
Hays Mr. Jas. (). Jones, puhlisher of
the leader, Mexica Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Couli remedy, and I thin with
consideralde success, only ueinf in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the lirst attuck. The
second attack, 1 am ratsiied. would
have been equally as bad as the
first but for the use of this remedy,
as I had to o to bed in about six
hours after beiiijf struck with it,
while in the first case I was able to
atiend to business about two days
before ettin down. 5'J cent bot
tles for sale h F. G. Fricke & Co.
The population of Plattsmoutti
Is about 10,000, add we would say
at least neodialf are troubled with
some effection on the throat and
lunjs, as those complaints are, ac
cording to staaistics, more numer
ous 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 Hal
sam for the throat and lu iljs. Trial
size free. LargeHottle 50c- and $1.
Sold by all drufirgrist.
BuiiT women suffer from Exec
Msive or I
Scant Menstruation: they don'
who to confide in to get proper adrico.
Doa't confide in anybody but try
Specific for PAINFDL, PROFUSE,
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGUUUt
Book to "WQMAri w. mailed free, ji
BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ca.
Hold by all DrascbU. f "
hi tho Llunor Habit, Positively Cum
BY A9cJKlI8Rla M. NAIRESBOLlEN SPECIF!!.
St can be given in a cud cl co9ee or tea, or in nr
ticlcs of ood, without he-knowledge of the ;r
ion taking it; it is absolutely harmless awl u Ui
eifct a permanent and ppeedy cure, N liet)ir
the patient id a moderate drinkernran ali'nlioao
w reck, it NEVER FAILS. Wo GUARANTEE j
a rompiete cure in ev ji v instance. 4-i La,e buck I
FKFE, Address in confi"lfcii!P.
Vu0c.N SPECIFIC CO., I fiic St.. CincinnaikO
want to make
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Setifl us ten
ppnfs jinri rtn'eii'f si shiii-
rl w-itli full ,f, rt iiu In r?i t if tli Imsi-
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id ness, wliicii wi.ll irive you laryepronts
. anil quick sale-s. Stealy employ
ment icuuruiiteed. Adilrcss
arsh & Co-
) cioston, Mass.
CiiamDerlain's Eyo and FTdn
A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyes
letter. Salt Eheum, Scald Head, 01
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Hippies
&cd Piles. It is eoolinr aod. soothing.
Hundreds of case3 Lave been cured by J
fc after all other treatment had failed. ;
it is put up in 25 and CO cent boxes. '''
BO LING WATER OR MILK.
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Labeled J-2 lb Tins Only.
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riSMafrM laa. VUpm haarJ. Comfortable,
Q53 Bnaw7, aw lark. Writ for boak ( aroofarnCC
Cleaiuoa and beautifies tr. aik.
PnaHotef a Josunavt growth.
Klver Fail to Bealore Gray
iBair to its TootihfBti: Color.- -Cures
srelp diieet' & hzir iltui.
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Or i-PF9TOT1ATION. Avfji4tmi9
MATURK OKCI.INK. Ua U jDI)D(AfaW
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of the Frees Mtd .t1
teatim6tla3a " of the
e t'onauitvirm m -nertoq or by wuni., xprrt treat,
menu INVIOLABLE SECKKCt and CER
TAIN Cl Rr:. Addrf. I -W.Mfc Prkr.c:
The Pea body Medical IoaUtute, Ho. 4 BulfiDcb St..
Boston, alaee. . .
' The Peabody Vedical Thxtitme ; baa many.' imi
tator, but no equal.
The Science of Life, or Svlf PreeerratioB, is a
'treasure more Talualle thaa Kohl: Read U bow,
rery WEAK sad NEKVOI S man. and leara te
be STBOSS . Mtdioti Jtfinr. (Copyrighted .
ChrcUr of tbet Qwhm Eaapror.
The new emperor, on mounting thr
'throne, was -of eogrne pjtpetttMt Wu
tain the policy of a minister whoi'i" In m
gran dfather hail IioiKrei" with, xver ,
mark fha-t a loyal eubject or.-' "even a
money loving one could ask. The rei;;ji f
Frederiek 111, less than a hundred day.
liad lieen too hhort and too full of ihya
ical sufferiiiff to let the world know the
strength aud breadth of the ruler whom
Bismarck next apH.'ured to r'pre&eiit.
In his successor the Germans have aa
emperor who has" not onlyc abundant1
physical energy and endurance, but has
with it a contempt for humbug, social
ism and the crooked jxdice methods that
always suggest a feeble or rotten execu
tive, lie is a practical manager . and
does not pretend to le a Bavior of so
ciety, lie has no quack nostrum for
poverty, crime, prostitution or tho dis
content that Bets class against class.
Ilia business is to 6ee that the govern
ment machine runs smoothly, that com
petent men are employed,, tliat the peo
ple's taxes are spent for the public good,
that the law is administered without
favor and that reforms are inquired
into. lie has the mind of a Yankee, he
loves experiment, his methods are di
rect. He is the sort of man that forge
to the front in a new country. We' can
imagine him learning his trade in some
machine shop, then rapidly rising to a
position where inventive talent, thor
oughness, patience and, above all, hon
esty tell say, at the head of some great
manufacturing or shipbuilding enter
prise.. On his succession to power, 18S8, lie
did what most intelligent young men do
when suddenly placed in charge of an
estate. He inquired how the previous
manager had done his work; he exam
ined personally into cases of alleged
wrong; ho noted carefully the testimony
of qualified observers; his eyes were
opened to the need of reform in many
directions; he suggested these reforms
to his manager; the manager did not
agree with the master; the manager re
signed and now spends his time in em
barrassing as far as he can the move
ments of the manager who has super
seded .him. The immediate cause of
Bismarck's resignation . will be known
when the emperor chooses to make the
matter public. Today we can regard
only the official acts of the minister, and
from these infer what reason there was
for his being retired. Poultney Bigelow
Modern Clond Compellers. '
A curious and interesting experiment
was tried early one morning at the Jar
dine d'Acclimitation. ; Some ingenious
person; has hit upon a scheme for mak
ing artificial clouds for the warming of
fields and preventing damage to crops.
A number of stoves had been placed ten
yards apart around the spot selected,
and when they were lighted a thick
black smoke was produced. Unfortu
nately for the success of the experiment,
there was, too much wind, and the
"clouds" were dispersed immediately,
the smoke being blown toward the in
closure occupied by tho seals, who did
not seem at all to appreciate it.
It is said that some experiments car
ried on in the Gironde were far mor?
successful,' and that the system will ho
largely used there to protect tho vines.
It is said that a vineyard could be made
two or three degrees warmer. Several
officers attended the experiments yester
day to 6ee whet her tho process could 13
utilized for military purposes. Galig
II e Knew All About It.
The British legation building in Wash
ington is draped in mourning for th9
late Duke of Clarence, but everybody
doesn't seem to know it. Last week when
a visiting delegation was there, two dele
gates, whether they were from Chicago
or not it is not necessary to state, were
showing each other the town. As they
passed along Connecticut avenue one of
"That big brick over there with the
portico-chere in front of it is the English
"Is that so," said the other, taking it
in carefully as tourists .do. "It's got
mourning on it, I see."
"Yes," explained the first one with an
air of superior knowledge, "that's for
Justice Bradley, who died recently."
Detroit Free Press. ''
Growing; a Tew Hoof.
A singular condition has developed in
the buffalo herd at the Philadelphia Z-x.
Late in last year the' hoof and mouth
disease affected the cattle of . Europe
very seriously, and - there were slight
visitations of it in this country. One of
these was at the Philadelphia Zoo among
tho buffalo. . Eight of the . herd were
isolated. -. Since then the symptoms of
this, disease, have disappeared from all-
but one of those isolated.. This one,
however,' has lost a hoof, and is now
hard at work raising a new one, hobbling
around on three legs. " This is the only
case, on record in America of a buffalo
rosing a hoof and growing a new one in
captivity. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
' Scared Tourists.
The recent earthquake gave a good
many eastern tourists at Los Angeles "a
bad half hour.". One guest at a leading
hotel rushed panic stricken into the bar
room, clad in a night shirt, oyer which
he had buttoned his vest, a pair of boots,
and carrying an umbrella under his arm.
He would have rushed out into the
street but for the clerk. San Francisco
CalL- - '
A Group of Wealthy Men.
A group of men who meet almost
daily at lunch in the cafe of the Chicago
club includes Marshall Field, Potter
Palmer and L. Z. Leiter, who began life
as clerks in . dry goods, stores, and are
now worth from $3,000,000 to 10,000,000
apiece. Chicago Letter. ., ,
Spring; in Wall. Walla.
In the Walla Walla valley. Wash.,
spring is as far. advanced as in western
Oregon. Crocuses and hyacinth are hi
bloom, lilacs are in bud and cherr- and
peach trees will soon be in full blossom.
The winter was a mild and short one in
that favored locality.
Washington's First I .ova Affair.
George Fairfax was the companion of
WutJueiJtVL h? surveying tour for
Lord Fairfax. VV aiIiriiKtoirTlrst'JIICt:
Mrs. Falrfar at tll Jvvir? ,uear, Mount
Vernon, when' she win brought home as
the bride of George Wijliam F;irfax.
Mins Mary Cary accompanied her Mter
Barah to liclvoir, and there met George
Washington. She was then but four
teen years of age. Washington was
only sixteen. He had never visited tho
low country near Williamsburg prior to
this, and therefore could not have iukt
Sarah Cary until her marriage. It is
eaid that he fell in love at sight with
Mary Cary, and went so far on his first
visit to Williamsburg as to ask Colonel
Cary for the hand of his daughter.
The big rawboned lad found scant
favor in the eyes of tho patrician planter.
He was dismissed in terms so curt that
we must bear in mind paternal pride
and other extenuating circumstances if
we would keep intact our idea of a fine
old Virginia gentleman.
"If that is your business here, sir, I
wish you to leave the house! My daugh
ter" the swelling emphasis rumbles
down the corridor of years "has been
accustomed to ride in her own coach."
Tradition asserts that ' tho chagrined
suitor took the choleric parent at his
word, and that the next time he looked
upon the face of his early love was when
he passed through Williamsburg on his
return from Yorktown after the surren
der of Cornwallis. Marion Harland in
Harper's Weekly,, . t , , .
Wuiih fro It liefer Katlne; It.
The following curious instance is re
ported by M. Schnirer of the ease with
which consumption germs may be dis
seminated. While at work one day in
the laboratory of Weichselbaum. he
sent for some grapes to eat. The fruit
had been kept for some time in a basket
outside the lavatory aud was covered
with dust, so that the water in which it
was washed was black. On examining
it he reflected that, inasmuch as the
neighboring street was traversed by con-r
sumptive patients going to the clinic,
the dust probably was charged with
tubercle bacilli. To settle this, M.
Schnirer injected into three guinea pigs
ten cubic centimeters of water in which
the grapes had been washed. One ani
mal died in two days from ieritonilis,
the two others died on the forty-eighth
and fifty-eighth days, respectively, pre
senting marked tuberculous lesions,
especially at the place of injection.
The water in which the grapes had
been washed was taken from the faucet,
and the glass containing it had been
sterilized; neither the boy who had
bought the grapes, : nor the merchant
who had sold them, was consumptive.
The cause of the infection was, beyond
doubt, the dust on tho grapes. This ex
periment illustrates the danger arising
from the dissemination of desiccated
tuberculous sputa in the air. Halt's
Journal of Health.
A Sort of Digital Depression.
Did you ever notice when a man
smites his thumb with a hammer while
putting down a carpet under wifely
supervision and criticism how quickly
he thrusts the bruised and throbbing
member into his ready mouth? People
think it is because the application is
soothing. iut no; it is an involuntary
movement, same as winking. The man
cannot help it. Nature knows what the
man would be apt to say under tho cir
cumstances, and so she has provided
him with a stopper and has ordained
that whenever he hits his tliumb hard
enough to hurt and it doesn't take very
much to nearly kill a man when he is
doing something he doesn't want to by
a 6ort of interlocking system the thumb
flies into his month and stops him up, so
that he can't say anything. Some men
whom you and I know should be pro
vided with an extra thumb which they
might carry about in their hand all the
time it wasn't in active use. It would
be a great thing, wouldn't it? Robert
J. Burdette in Ladies' Home Journal.
An Anecdote of Washington.
It was while plunging through the
"leaden rain aud iron hail," at the battle
of Monmouth that Washington's horse
was shot under him. The chief coolly
stepped from the prostrate charger, and
having received from the hands of an
attendant orderly a fresh horse, ready
caparisoned, he turned to the sable body
servant who followed him close through
all dangers, and without the presence of
whose ebon visage a picture of Wash
ington and his family would not be
complete, and tmietly said-
"Here, Billy, take the saddle from
that dead horse and look out for it."
And then he dashed away to direct the
planting of Oswald's battery.
"Golly!" exclaimed old Billy, as he
related the incident to one of the family
on his return home, "who ebber did see
such a man as Mas'r Washington? Who'd
ebber V thought ob dat saddle but him?
I tell ye, mas'r remembers eberyt'ing
eb'ryt'ing down to de bery littlest."
New York Ledger.
A lover is one driven hither and
thither by doubt and longing; whose
every action gives to himself dissatis
faction; whose every sensibility, merged
into that of anxious excitability, poised
delicately as a magnetic needle, fluctu
ates between hope and despair. ,Who
experiences the involuntary departure
of his ' own self worthiness to the in
crease of that ' of his idol, thereby ren
dering that object seemingly beyond
his reach. Cor. Philadelphia Music and
-- A Remedy for a Had Habit.
An efficient remedy for the nail biting
habit is to dip the finger ti after every
hand washing into a strong solution of
quinine . and glycerin. ; , .Any druggist
will prepare it of requisite strength; the
bitter taate will stop children from fur
ther btting, and will remind an adult aa
well. New York Times.
The shoemaking business in Califor
nia is controlled almost entirely by
Chinese. Fully 10,000 Chinese are em
ployed in such labor.
IJulter, KtfKH Cheese, itl Game,
4'uullry, McuU. Applets. 4 t aloes
Green Mini Dried Prune, cctaMc
Cider ttchrip', Wool; :llilen, Tallow
Sheep IVltn, P'tirn, Skiiin, Tobacco,
Grain, p'lour; liny, HccHwnx, I'esitli-
. crw, Ginning, Jtrooiiu orn, iiiid Hop.
j M. IS. 1IA I. LA K I)
' Gen. (Vm. Merchant u d Milder,
217 Market Hlreet - St. Ixiuls, Ida.
j WANT Ml Aent, yiitj ucxualtilml with Kan'
vtw ami rtnipl'rM,
-o TERMS CASIIo
rds aud 404 South Tatrd Street.
J,; E. REYNOLDS,
KrglHtered l'liyalclau and Pharssaclat
I Special attention fjiven to Oflice
Rock U luffs - Nu.
J9 J. l-TilSE
STAPLE AND FANCY
QUE ENS WARE.
Patronag-e of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsuaoutb
THZ OLD RELIABLE.
1 1 $mm u m
F LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath, ShpIi
Own supply everw demand of tbe city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
t !' aidi n't fi -For
Atchinson, St.. Joseph, Leaven
worth, Kansas City, St. Louis,
and all points ncrth, east
south or west. Tick
ets sold and bag
INFORMATION AS TO KATKS
Call at Depot or addresa
H, C. TOWX9E.NI),
G. P A. St. Louis, M.
J. C. PHILLIHPI,
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
H. D. ArUAK. Agt., Plattsruoutk.
Knglish Spavin Liniment removes
all hard soft or calloused lumptt
and blemishes from horees, blood
apavins , curb pliiits, nweeneyy
len throats, coughs etc Save .50
cent by use of one bottle. Warrant
ed the. mst . wonderful blemisli
cure ever known. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co druggists Plattsmouth"
Shiloh'a catarrh remedy a pos
itive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria and
a a a
LanKerraouiH. ror Haie ny r. .
Fricke & Co
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