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the PRiNce of Wales
is not like other kinds. It has peculiar fragrance and peculiar flavor.
Its peculiar uniformity always gives, peculiar comfort, and has made
it peculiarly popular. Sold everywhere: Made only by
BLACKWELLS DURHAM TOBACCO CO., Durham. N. C.
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Get a moTQ on yoiw'eecretiji.by
takintr "Kalfena for your aioaa.
Cure the worst Skin and; iJiooa
DiaordffB. ' Guaranteed" ty J. ti.
Snyder and IJrown & Barrett.
No healthy person need feaf any
dangerous , consequences iron, an
attack ol la grippe n piJ
treated. It is much the same as a
severe cold and requires precisely
the same treatment. Kemain quiei
ly at home and take Chamberlain e
Cough Keinedy as directed for a se
vere colu ana a prom pi huh um
plete recovery is sure to follow.
i iiin il iiiiaj j -' - - - . -
4.wi.wx- tt la irrintie to result in
nnfimionia. Amonir the many
thousands who have used it during
i ..r;1MiiicH of the oast two years
we have yet to learn of a single
case that has not recovered or that
has resulted in pneumonia. 25 ami
50 cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
La -rippe SuccessluHy Treated.
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
the leader, Mexica Texas. -'In the
Tatter case I used Chamberlains
Cough remedy, and I thin with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attnek. The
1 attack. I am ratsfied, would
Iijvp iwon emiallv as bad as the
first but for the use of this remedy
an T had to iro to bed in about six
hours after being struck with it,
while in the first case I was aDie to
atiend to business about two days
before getting down. 59 cent bot
tles for sale bv F. G. Fricke & Co.
The population of PUttsmoutk
Is about 10,000,. add we would say
at least rieo-half are troubled with
nmf pflfpction on the throat and
lungs, as those complaints are, ac
cording to staaistics, more numer
ous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the
nnnnrtnnitv to call on their drug-
" I ' . -'. . ... r -ir X3l
gist ana get a Domeoi ncmii a xja
! earn for the throat and lungs. Trial
nixe free. LarireBottle 50c- and $1.
Sold by all druggist.
. 1 2. . U...nVi -1
harbor. . Mr. Henry Ja4bn, .who w
employed at the North" HanvViu Hp!:N
as beacon light keeper, wa oat in hi
boat alxmt bix miles down the uurDor
when it was struck by a squall and
swamped and the occupant left in the
water. Jacobbou dived and andeavored
to relieve the ballast, but ithout kuc
cess. He then grasped an otu , and l'iig
irnml swimmer struck out for land:
but as a strong tide was running he was
swept down the harbor a distance of
three miles. At that ioii t he was at
tacked by a large shark, which' grabted
at his hand. He protected lumself , how
ever, with the oar, which he tried to rain
down the shark's throat.
The fish then made a circle around
him, and renewed the attack. By this
time, however, Jacobson had his sheath
knife drawn, and desperately stabbed
the shark, ripping its side open, so that
the water became red with . blood. A
farther attack was made, when Jacob
sbn again Btabbed the monster near the
tail, and it swam away: At that time a
boat came in sight, and ' Jacobson, ex
HiMisted. waa hauled into the boat, hav-
inrr )iHn in tha water two hours and
thirty minutes. New Zealand Herald.
Electricity from ComX.
A French chemist, who ha been gir
in? considerable attention to the problem
of heating and lighting from' a single
Monroe, has demised a norel etore, which
in appearance resembles an ordinary
hMLtin? stove. It is bo arranged inter-
dW that the waste of heat is utilized
Tor tne irenerttuun ax
ft secured by a number of rectangular
boxes of sheet iron, containing vne neo-
eesarr metallic elements for fnrcishmg
tha Anrrent:'. Theaa elements are iu-
CHUB? RHllD BIRTH EASY.
Colvin, La, Dec. 2, 1886. My wife used
MOTHER'S FRIEND before ner mira
confinement, and says she would, not oe
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price, fiJ per dcx-
Book " To Mothers " maiiea tree,
BRADFIBUO REQULATOn CO.,
mam ULM B Y U OmT. MTLMfWMm W
V IISA A01 Special cV c
sggI to i0cicl fqnilics
i fw hri T hiBiUoaTor immm and
eootriranoe for tb prrrention of acci-
dehts in indurie and otberwiae, prizes
were awarded for tb following proc
foe for fireproofing,repetiTely dimin
ishing the couibufctibility of tissues, cur
Uin materials and theatrical scenery:
For light tistiuea, sixteen iwunds ammo
nium sulphates, five pounds ammonium
carbonate, four pounds borax, six pounds
boric acid, four pounds starch, or one
wnml dextrine, or one pound gelatino.
and twenty-live gallons water, mixed to-
ithpr. heated to 86 decs. anrenneu.
1 imnrRirnated with the
mixture, centrifucated and dnea, anu
then ironed as usual. One quart of the
mixture. cofitUHf about three or tour
cents, is enough to impregnate lifteeu
vards of material
For curtain materials, tneatncai uwu-
rations. wood and , furniture tmrij
rounds ammonium chloride are mixed
with so much floated cnauc as uj give
the mass consistency. It is then heated
lor, tv i.w Asrn. Fahrenheit, and tne
material iriven one or two coats of it by
means of a brush. A pound or it. coei-
inff about eieht-tentha of a cent, is sum-
eimt to cover five souara rods. Berlin
Letter. ... -
Terribl Thin l m Battl.
The house committee on naval an airs
for some davs has had under considera
tion a. bill providing for. the addition to
thn navy of a novel crart.
The feature of the design ronna m
an enbrttioua' rt'fimarine gun carried at
the bow below the water, line: , ine pro
jector feel that they have now a prac-
liPAbla means at nana to anve au cuw
uous shell loaded with an. explosive
charge of gunpowder or gun ootton into
the hull of any ironclad, anew m
i.j. s itu won vitjiJa of th shin..
According to tne aesign luuiuiwwi w
Hutter, Kggs, Checu-, ild Game,
Poultry, Nent, Apples, j'otatoe
Green and Dried hruite, Vegetablea
Cider, Heans, Wool, Hides, Tallow
Sheep Pelts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Jfeeswax, jM-atn-ers,
Ginsing, Hroonicorn, and Hop.
M. K. U A L L A K I)
en. Com. Merchant and Bhlpper.
i, a. .. ma
217 Market Street - ri. iajuih, mo.
WANTED-Acent. yne acxuu!nt"ct with Kartn-
er and Shipper.
-o TERMS CASHo
r4t sad Office 404 South Third Street.
BeglBtered Fhyitcian and rhartaacitt
Special attention givea to Ou.ce
Rock Bluffs - tims.
.ulated. by asbeetus, and the cooling is ootniiiUea and explained by Gen-
effected . partly by tne snap in wnicu u j. a hvdrauKo buffer projects
the metallic auoys. are ca u from the bow of the Teasel ' This is bo
by a circulation of air. , , .. . insted that it will stop the boat a dia-
The current obtained is- no K" 4. rtf fftfit from the enemy's ship
withont iniurv . to the boat. At this
amount, but the result of this attempt
morris to be favorable. Accumulators
ara used for storing up tie electricity,
and as the heating is required for a much
longer period than for lighting, tne eiec-
oto1 o-narrrv which would be lost dtir-
1) J 9 .
inrr the hours ol dayiieni, is bvw.
Doint of considerable moment is that the
1 ..... . .. 4 V
heat utilized in tma way is wasw uc.
an that anv Dortion that can be recov
ered in the form of electricity is so much
gain. Philadelphia Record.
The Braia Jr of the Military Step.
Dr. Colin, reeimental physician in the
French army, has published the result
of his investigations into the effects of
regular marching in disciplined bod-.es
anon soldiers. The regularity of the
6tep causes the indefinite repetition of a
;hock of the bones and Dram, mnniieij
more deleterious than an irregular walk.
and to this regular repetition of the
shock to the same parts of the body are
due the peculiar aches, pains and illness
es of the troops.
T .Int. ma,.rVl KlA RflVS. tlllS
tha Llinior Habit, Positively turet ated 40.000 times, and often
H ..,.mi.ir.im hi umiti ojiinra cprr.mi. i 1 ....
UI fiUUIIi;siU.luu un. n.. ..-... - I 41, cfrnnc mptl H'hO r.lTl WalK tile
It cn be given In a cud of conee or iea. or in ar- i . ;
ticlc3ot iood. without the knowledge of the per saiI1e distance without dimculty wnen
not in succumb to the strain in two
theiatienti8 a moderate drnker or an alcohnlio or three days. Dr. Colm's preventive is
wieck-.iT never fails, we GUAKAN 1 1 1 j hgei i3all military boots. This
.out Hie cotmty.
Eates On -licati o
a rompiute cure in evai y Instance. 4s page
FREE. Address in connuencr.
H.DEi SPECIFIC CO., l86Bact St-ChicianaU.0
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ol
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
. and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been, cured by
fc after all other treatment had failed.
It i3 put tip in 23 and 50 cent boxes.
BO LITIC WATER OH SVIl-'vC.
E P P
Labeled 1-2 lb Tins Onl3
heel has been tried at his instance in the
French infantry, he Bays, and the result
has been found to be a great relief to
the soldiers. The experiments with the
rubber heel are still in progress. Medi
A Male Incident.
A characteristic incident occurred
yesterday jifn.nioon in connection with
Isaac Cochran's sale of horses at the
Eagle hotel. A pair of mules were
brought out, hitched to a wagon ami
driven by Harry Cochran. "This is a
fine pair of uniies," said Auctioneer Mc-
Farlan. "Just drive them up the street
to let the people see how nicely they can
travel." After going a short distance
i thev were no longer of one mind, but
j fsne ivHnted to go one way and one the
i other. la their efforts to part company
! thev nearly ran into a colored man, who,
trying to get away, fell into the water
trough. Then they displayed their speed
bv running off out East Gay street,
! throwing their driver, Harry Cochran,
out and badly breaking the wagon.
Thev were caught out near the nurseries.
The mules were not sold that day.
West Chester (Pa.) News.
801 Cor Fifth and Vine St.
PLATTSMOUTH - NEBRASKA
by I'eck's Invisible Tubular Ear tb j
ion.. V. blaprrs beard. lomronaDle.
u-. fssi'iiwhf real !rrmtril?Ffsil. Sold by F. HiMoXtOnlr, CDCC
tiSS iroUwa7, .lew V
Wnie ior bowk vt proofs I
rl7 r.r.mrm SU. W lint affis. cntl sne
UlU) -fr(. Address Dan'l K Heatt v, wash
in.irtnn N. J.
-iv CS2 HAIR SALS Aiil
-,"V'-- Cleanse and bcautitws the taaLr.
m ProiiKrtei a JoKUiiant rruwth.
iIever Fails to 10 store cray
uur i? jib iuuljl.ui vuiui.
m scalp ritarast-iiit hatr lh.uu
Everything to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMP0RIU
r7? rsr:'f' i li.Pfter i onii;. li ouiw the -trt C.i.?n,
Vi-ii 1.i;i-f. I bili.v, Inl-Birsiion, Pain,Tak mtmicWcu.
F 1 1 U T U R CO R N S .. The jrlrmctt!f Corns.
h;uis a-, tux ic ill iJnicifi ur illM-Oi a. CO., X.
A Ilclle Marries a Brave.
Honey C. Holt, a full blood Winne
Tnlian. has iust been married to
Miss Maud C. Williams, of New Boston,
Ills. The couple met and loved while
he was traveling with a number of his
tribe advertising a patent medicine. He
is nbt a bad looking young man, yias a
magnificent physique and is fairly well
educated. The bride is a very pretty
vounsr ladv. and was quite a belle in her
neighborhood. She could have selected
a husband from among a dozen thrifty
young farmers, but preferred to become
the wife of the red man, wno, sne eajs,
has not a single bad habit. The couple
lpft to -ioin the band at Abinsrton, Ills.
Cor. Chicago Times.
ahort ranee the buffer automatically disr
rharirea the submarine gun directly at
the hull of tne snip, ana loagwj wnuiu
it a shell carrying a bursting charge o:
450 pounds of powder, sufficient to blow
down every bulk&eaa in tne snip anu
. . . tl 1 3 V
wrecat tne Dotiom. lutum". wa
Glad to Get Rid of Him.
A few days ago Governor Buchanan
was caiieu upon w eieituw cam....
clemency in a very peculiar case. The
person concerned was a man neia in j.ui
at Jackson till he should produce a
fine. He had been there over a year
without showing any signs of liquidating
with the commonwealth, and it i prob
able he would have remained a prisoner
for the next fifty years if payment nau
been waited for. The county court,
recognizing him as an incubus to the
amount of forty cents a day, passed a
resolution asking the governor "for the
Lord's sake" to forgive that little $200
and let the man get out and earn his own
livino-. The trial judge and the attorney
general and the members of the jury all
appeared on tlie petition seni up in ac
cordance with the resolution, but not a
single friend of the prisoner waa among
the signers. IS asnvuie American.
Made ner Left Handed by a Blow.
Three years ago a young lady of Fall
River. Mass.. was hit upon tbe lett siae
of her head by a falling sign as she was
walking alone: a street in lioston. mis
a fnllnwftd bv brain fever. Alter
some weeks she was as well in mind and
body as ever, but from a right -hanuea
nil J .1
person 6he had become so leit nauuttu
that she could neither cut, sew nor write
with her right hand, but found it easy
do all these things witn ner ien.
Her riirht hand was iust aoout as useiui
as her left had been before she was hurt,
What i3 strange is that, with bo recent
. - a i ..m lnw 1. .i n c cYio
a cnange in me use ui u""i
npver makes an awkward motion anu is
as irracef ul in the use of her left hand as
if she had been born lett nanueu. Hus
A Greedy Mountain Lion's Fate.
Dr. French, a seventy-year-old resi
dent of Alamo, killed a mountain lion
one day last week at the Tule ranch in
tbfl nineries. The lion had crawiea into
o Tiicr Tien throucb a small hole, and after
feasting on two snoats was too uig mj
get out through the hole. Thus he was
an easy prey to the aoctor, wno gave
him a hypodermic injection of birashot
in order to see him perform, tie per
formed to the entire satisfaction of his
tormentor. The doctor administered a
44-caliber pill, which put him to sleep.
The animal had immense claws, anu
measured six feet from tip to tip. San
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of Ihe Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. A. 1MBMAS k SOS
Pi LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Cm supply ererw demand of the rity.
Call and get terms. Fourth Ptreet
in rear of opera hoHse.
.i i1 M i.4tJ':
Ilaving purchased the J. V. Weckbach store room on south
Main street where I am now located ' can sell goods cheap
. j. noncr mVUVr inat nilt 111 tnC laiiTeL MUCK
UI lllcaia lllb v a .f a
nf now roods ever broiilit to the city.
and furniture ol all kinds soui on un-niM.uimu.i
7 tli. . rfT j
I Lobster Story from Maine.
I Lobsters are going into the freak busi
ness quite largely this winter. An East-
TZ . . . .. i j-V o
HOW LOST! MOW itegamoM s L ;
I iitlierUilvaim a man at trei.-w si-iiiuu
lias found an even greater curiosity
veritable blue lobster,
i It is a beautiful specimen of th'? ir
. tacpnn. and the birrlit cerulean nu-. cs-
' trnded even to the ends of it.s i y
A Great Famine Predicted.
A prophet in Athens, Ga., predicts
that the crojiyield this year throughout
this country will be the largest ever
known, but that beginning with ly.J,
and for two years thereafter, there will
be the greatest famine the world has
ever known. During that time ram
shall cease to fall, and the streams of
the country will all dry up, vegetation
will no longer exist, and all ammai.s
will surely die. At the beginning of the
famine tho land will be infested with ail
sorts of ve-niin, and the living will suf
fer untold tortures.
it co m f mm
ELY BROTIIERS. M V.'arren . Nn Vrrfc Price W rts.L
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Jold Medal PUIZK KSSAY on JiEKVOHS and
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MTI'1SK KKCIIXK. and ail DISEASES
and AYKAKX KSSES of MAX. 300 pares, cloth,
pilt; 125 invaluable proscriptions. Only fl.00
by mail, double eealc-d. Descriptive Proepect
C3 with endorsements crwn
of the Tress and voluntary HKHh" jrui
tet;:nonia!9 of the cr.rei il-fca. KUWi
fousuitation in I ernon or bv mi:l. Ksport treat
mcx. lXVH)U,ii:i.E iKt'lCt:CY and CER
TAIN T1CK. Ao'-f l'r. W. IT. lVrker.,or
Tilt- 1'ealKHly Medical Insiitute, .o. 4 lumucn M..
Uotton, M.t. . . ...
The I'eubody Medical Institute ba rcar;y imi
tatori, br.t no equal. lhrnl-1.
The Science of Life, or lielf-Prwcrvation, a
treasure more valuable than eold. Heart it now,
everv WEAK and NEIi Ol'S man, and learn to
be STKUNC2 . Mrdiwil :etirr. iCoyi righted J
The lobsters have evidently ben
tMiiliTirr a. fniiev dre&s part.v. li-1
; (He.) Commercial.
i it is said that many cf the (i,T
I colonists on the Volga river v.:.-
j s-ifTerers from the Russian frr-ir.'
order to save fuel, have dug hc'.- i:;
, around, subterr:i7iean shilters in vi
1 :i;ev burrow iike foxes.
An Australian agricultural paier
makes note of an immense increase in
the number of sheep in Australia in the
last two or three years, and of the enor
mous development of the grazing capa
bilities of the countrj-. The estimated
number of sheep in Australia in ly'J'J is
CO.000.000. against Ul, 000.000 in 1884.
The number of monarchies in Europe
has increased by one during the past
year, the duchy of Luxembourg having
become a sovereign slate by th death
of the nueen of Holland.
There is a lad in Whiungham, t..
rrht. -n vohts old. who is 0 feet Id
j inches tall and still growing.
' 2'J0 pounds.
A gold brick was recently shipped to
San Francisco from Yuraa, (Jul., the
value of wliich was estimated at between
$80,000 and sSW.OOO. It weighed a little
over 319 pounds.
For Atchinson, St. Joseph, Leaven
worth, Kansas City, St. Louis,
and all points n-th, east
pouth or west. Tick
ets sold and ba
INFORMATION AS TO KATKS
Call at Depot or address
II, C. TOWXSE.NI),
G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. PHILLII Pf,
A. G. I'. A. Omaha.
II. D. A I'fjAR. At.. Plattsmouth.
Finnish Spavin Liniment remove
all hard soft or calloused lump
and blemishes from horses, blood
spavins, curbs splints, sweem-y.
riiiffbone, stifle', sprains all Iswoi
Ien"throats. coughs etc.. Save ."')
cent bv use of one- bottle. Warrant
ed the m-t wonderful bleini-li
cure ev-r known. Sold by 1-. (
Fricke Co druc "i-t - Plattsu.u'li
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a
Hive curt' Catarrh. Diphtherir
Canker mouth. For sale by
Fricke & Co