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AIIIS. "02nTjS PBIC3" TO ETTZE:.
Banks May Fail
JOE REMAINS THE GREATEST CLOTHIER
I IT PLATTSMOUTH.
STADKLMANN BLOCK, MAIN ST,
MARRIED AT HIGH NOON.
Will Cooler and Mattie
Sm ill Mai rlc.d,
AN AUSPICIOUS EVENT.
TleP.fc.O Entoriammi nt Excfirds
all Exultations MM' r lu rns
of Impoi t.ini.u Cathured
About tho City-
A Happy Wedding.
Mr. Will Coolc', of the ii. A M.
Coach department, and Mian Mattie
Smith, the handsome daughter i)f
Mr. iiml Mrs. Washington Smith
were uuiti'il in marriage Tuesday at
hijih noon by Rev. J.T. Main!, I). P.,
of the lirst I'resh; tcrian church, at
the home of the bride parent, on
the corner of Fifth and arble
streets, in the (reticence of n host
of friend. Miss Nettie Itallancc
presided at the piano. Ah noon us
the eeretnony was over the uncut
repaired to thediiininj; room where
they were MiibHtantially entertained
by the provident hot and hote
Klahnratcd arrangements hndheen
made for the evuit, and cut flower
and potted plant were every where
ornamenting and niviun fragrance
and beauty to the parlor and din-niii-rooin.
The hapiy bridegroom
and bride dc parte I on the afternoon
train on a wedding trip to Colum
bus, N'eb., the home Mr. Cooledjjc's
parent, and upon their return will
begin housekeeping in thin city.
TllK IlhKALU extend it hearty
good wishes for the future pro
perity and happine of the excell
ent youny; people. The bride was
tastefully dressed in cream Alba
tros with ribbon trimmings, and
the bridesmaid, Miss Jennie Cooprr
of Lincoln wore a pink crepon,
while the groom and groomsman
wore conventional black. The
happy couple were the recipience
of a large nuniber of very hand
some and useful present.
rhe Welsh Bidding.
The P. K. O. socictg,ive an enter
tainment last Thursday evening at
Rock wood hall which for novelty
and elegance eclipsed anything;
that has been presented in this city
for some time. It was the repre
eutatiou of a "Welsh lliidal Party."
The members of the society were
dressed in the Welsh peasant cos.
twine, with the high black hat worn
by that people, and entertained the
guests according to the Welsh cos
touis. One of the amusing features
of the evening was the sale at auc
tion of the numerous presents given
to the bride. After refreshments,
dancing and card playing were in
dulged in till a late hour.
Nebraska at the World's Fair
A good many Nebraska people,
pay the Lin "olii News, who have
visited the World's Fair grounds
have come home professing great
dissatisfaction winch the building
erected thereon a representative
of this state, it nprssent an ex
penditure of something like $17,tKK)
of still" fund, but many have been
convinced trom an inspection of
it, among them being some of the
men who are in close touch with
the Nebraska commission, ami ex
press confidence in the belief that
it could be built lor about half tli.it
ii ii if Hi nt. Architect McDonald of
Geneva returned yesterday from
the east and in conversation with a
reporter last evening gave his csli
mate a follows:
"The building is falsely construc
ted. The design is as sour as it is
ugly. It is very questionable if it
will stand together another year.
Near our building is located sev
eral families of Kiiiinau, with
their trained dogs. The weather
was so cold that a long visit to the
groudswas impossible, and even
the Bsquimau.x came near freezing.
Try tlie"Crowti" coiih cure. Brown tc
Biuret jiuamiitee it.
PEOPLE AND AFFAIRS.
Wt hope everyone who owns a
horse will read the advertisement
of the Flkhart Carriage and Har
ness Manufacturing Company, of
Klkhart, I ndiana, appearing in this
Jesse J McVay is advertising a
public, sale at hi farm between
Kight Mile Grove and Murray to
occur on the 'JSth of this month.
Rev.Stucker will preach in Mur
dock school house every Sunday at
-Mill p. m. and k'ev. Althouse will
preach occasional!) in the Knglish
language of evenings.
W. F. Johnson of Alliance, Hox
Hutte county, is in the city visiting
A wagon was demolished last
Thursday at the It. A M. crossing on
I ower Main street by a switch en
gine running into it, no one was
Hyron Clark returned from his re
cent trip to the Mlack Hills, he
Mopped off nt Alliance and pur
chased a St. Hernard dog only six
mouths old that weighs IIP) pound
and stans over two feet high. The
color of the dog in yellow, und
white with a black nose, 'kMr.
Clark is justly proud of his four
footed animal ns he should be for
he i h beauty to behold.
Dame miner has it now that Klm
wood is to have a boom this sum
mer, she is to have another rail
road and several other improve
ments, and is expected to be the
second city in the county by an
An inlluencial democrat told us
yesterday that the new democrotic
paper was an assured fact, and Mi.it
(ieo. Mann would havethe manage
ment o( it. Geo. Maun is a good
printer and knows something
about running a news-paper and
TllK HlKAl.n congratulates the
democrat on their securing such
an able man to run their paper.
AKTKK TllK AWAKI1.
The governor appointed Prof. L.
K. Hicks, ex-state geologist, to
make an iuviestigatiou of David
Sampson, Jesse L. Root and J. L.
Polk's claim that they have struck
a forty-inch vein of coal on the
south half of section township 11.
range 14, Cass county. They claim
the !fl,()i)o reward offered by the
state lor a twenty-four inch vein of
Mrs. Max Leinm died last Thurs
day evening at 10 o'clock after a
brief illness of only four days, she
leaves a husband and two small
children to mourn her loss, The
funeral was held Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock at the Catholic church.
County Clerk hrank Dickson in
response to a summons from the
legislature, took the ballots of the
last state election to Lincoln Tues
dayjlora recount of the vote on
Alderman Jwe Lake presented the
Mayor last Monday evening at the
citv council with a beautiful ma
S. A. Davis, the local agent for
the big monopoly, known as the
Standard Oil company has done
such a big business the past year
that the company will erect two
large iron tanks of the capacity of
HUM) gallons each for the purpose
of storing the oil and will make
this point a wholesale depot. The
od will be brought here in iron
tank cars and emptied direct into
the tanks and barrels will be filled
from the tank for the surrouiidin
Doc Cory has rented the Cal
Partuele farm near the poor farm
and will inoveout and fake charge
of the farm the coining year.
LIKE TIME AND KIS
Mrs. Olive Vance Jaquette de
parted this life at half past twelve.
The deceased was the wife of H. F.
Japuette in this city and leaves a
little babe scarce two week's old
that will never know the depth of
a mother's love. The funeral occured
Monday morning from the familj
residence nt the corner of Pearl
and Third streets at ten o'clock
One of Lawrence Stud's fine mares
was killed by au engine, on the
M. P. crossing on his father's farm,
three miles northwest of town,
Friday. A herd of horses were
running in the pasture, the train
came along, frightened them and
they ran for the crossing to get
home, when the engine struck this
one killing it instantly
Win. ILOtteof Louisvelle.throuh
his attorneys Hesson V Root, has
commenced action fcr damages in
district court against Saloon-Keep-er
Jno, Humes, of the same village,
and histhree bondsmen. Otte alle
ges that during the month of Oc
tobed, '0, he was poutf-ed upon by
one Alexander Shank and was so
injured as to permanently disable
his left hand. Shank was intoxica
ted from the effects of having par
taken of liquor purchased from
Hume, and for this reason Otte
holds Hums and his bondsman re
sponsible for his injury and disa
bility. He sues for $3,157 $7 of
which is for medical treatment, $150
for the ninety days which he was
unable to lsbor, and $:i,00) for per
Manager Morton of the starch
works was showing a fine specimen
of starch yesterdayto different busi
ness men, It was ccitainljr a fine
product, and Mr. Robt. Morton, who
speaks as one of authority for he
has handled starch for a great
many years, pronounces the starch
the very finest he ever saw without
any exception. There is a great
future for the Nebraska City
Starch Works Press.
A pleasant high-five party was
held Friday evening at the elegant
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Klsou on
South Sixth street in honor of Miss
McCabe, a niece of Mrs. J. A. Con
nor of Portage, Wis., and Mrs Mc
Laughlin of Chicago. Those pres
ent were the Misses Maud Vivau,
Maggie Oliver, Jenet Livingston,
Barbara Gering, Vema Leonard,
KUa Clark, Kdith ",'hite and the
Messrs, Logan Hrown. Arch Cole.
man, Will Cleinet. Kind Wurl,
Frank White, Henry Gering and
Harry Phelps. Refreshments were
served at midnight, after which the
guests departed with best wishes
for the host and hostess for the
pleasant manner in which they
Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). Travis spent
Sunday in Weeping Water.
"My son," said an old farmer
very thoughtfully, to his boy, "you
can turn that $12 cow out in the lot
and take that blanket off of that if 'Jo
horse and put it on that $X) hog,
When you get at your work in the
morning, you needn't mind curry
ing the horse, but you might curry
the hog. Heatrice Times.
Judge Ramsey issued a marriage
license Saturday to Andrew S,
Karnes and Mrs. Mary K. Miller of
I'nion and .on Monday to Charles
Van Doran and Lulu Corey also of
Hon. John A. Davics came home
Inst Saturday to spend the recess of
the legislature. Mr. Davics is giv
ing close attention to his legislative
work which is commendable and
proves that the people of old Cass
elected the right man to represent
The citizens of Pari, Texas are
receiving hundreds of letters threat
ening to wipe that city from the
face of the earth for the horrible
way in which they executed Mur
FRIGES PLEASE THE
Fl KH ART CMGE m mm m-co-
Farm Unrnatr lluve noM to rmiNiiiiirr for o Tnrii, Hn. JQ ftnad Wnnnn
lltiifxitis mid Kuiiihmh this
ih'K uiainiuu tx'ior
If I trtt;tl thfttt II u.v ' if
r;uit for two yearn why pay
t ordfr fur you! Wnt your
froe. Wo taitu ail lUu risk ui
n il for ii in
iwll for loii toal.il.
Klat:i rlmcton at
. WogOfl. $43. 'u'"i v u""" OWivrry Vnioiiand Kuutl Curia.
r-yj gSuCj ' nre nil .V'. Unk-tunnnl Leather.
J'Ti" ' kTA f Initio H to "U'iOi Pnuhle IIuvbt. IS
to Hiding Sailillt'N and My rl.
3 p' cnt. off lor iranh with order. tM-p&geiMua-trat.Ml
Catal'friin free. Address
Word comes from Oakland, Cal.,
that A. G. Hatt, an old citizen of
Phittsinouth is seriously ill there
at the home of his daughter and
that there is 110 hopes of his re
A. J. Jackson of McCook arrived
in the city last Saturday on a visit
to the family of H.J. Streight.
Frank Morgan left Monday for
New York City and Washington
where he expects to witness the in
auguration of a real live democrat
president on the 4th of March. Mrs.
Morgan and her mother accompa
nied him as far as Chicago from
which point they go to Wisconsin
to visit relatives for several week.
PLKASANTLY EXTENT A I. E P.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnpley entertained
a party of friends at their hospit
able home corner of Fifth and
Granite streets Saturday evening.
High five wjts the leading pastime,
which held sway until a late hour
when refreshments were served
and the guests after enjoying the
edibles, returned to their homes
with kindly and best wishes for
the host and hostess.
This has been a queer winter and
last Saturday we had another oueer
storm, for along the southern line
of the state the snow fell till it was
two feet deep. At Nebraska City it
fell only eighteen inches, at Kight
Mile Grove and Murray six inches
fell and here in Plattsmouth hardly
enough fell to cover the ground,
while in Omaha none fell at all, out
at Lincoln the roads are dry and
Dr. Kd Cummins is the happy
father of a girl,
The Rock Island people are build
ing a cattle chute in North Louis
ville and an elevator will be erected
in the spring.
J. K. Nichols has the lumber on
the grounds for a store building
'JlxtUi to he erected soon in north
Louisville. Five other merchants
have been looking over the grounds
and we may look for something to
drop in the North part of town
soon Louisville Courier Journal.
Messrs. Jos. Mullen of Khnwood,
J. II. Davis of Weeping Water and
Jos. W. Johnson of this city, the
gentlemen who comprise the Sol
diers Relief commission, assembled
at the court house Monday after
noon and complied their report for
the year of 'till. The report will be
presented to the county board at
the March session. The expendi
tnres during the year passed
amounted $:N0 and the commission
has recommended that a fund of
$I0 be set aside for its use during
the present year.
Mrs. Joe Lake was completely
taken by surprise last Saturday
night, about twenty-live of her
neighbors and friends, learning
that it was her birthday anniver
sary, marched in a body with well
tilled baskets, upon theunsuspect
ingjlady, who gracefully surren
dered as soon ias she learned the
cause. A good supper was enjoyed
by nil and a pleasant evening was
Jerry Deleney and family came
in from Harvard, Neb., to visit old
way. bnip with pnv- rfSxT"y '
any nmnny paid If
nut MtlMl.V-tilTV. Wr-
an Audit ilntoili.'iU
own unlur. tioimg
dauiAu ui ahijipuig.
:i." to X.iO. (iuarantwil nam
urri', fe70 to MOO, Mine
Toil lliiusi)' M K 1, huu a
K7i to IOO. U iiuonrllca.
K VI V Tl PAH
W.B. PRATT, Sec'y. ELKHART, I N D.
Mrs. Conductor Ilelnap of Hast
ings was in the sity Sunday visiting
with Mrs. J.J. Cassidy and departed
on the llyey for Chicago.
Horn o Mr. and Mrs. George K
Dovey a bright little daughter, the
little one arrived Tuesday morning
and all parties are reported doing
A LITTLE SriTEKFK.
Callie Davis, a little daughter of
Mrs. George S. Davis, met widi a
painful accident last evening. She
attended a birthday party, given by
the little daughter of Wm. Heard,
at their home on Central avenue
near Fourteenth street. The little
ones were enjoying themselves
hughly, when in their play little
Callie Davis fell, either spraining
or breaking her foot. She could not
use it at all, and was taken to her
home on First avenue in a carriage.
A physician was summoned, but
the exact nature of the painful in
jury is not known. Nebraska City
Hugh O'Donnell, the leader of
the Homestead strikers is now be
ing tried for murder.
Mr. F. M. Amsberry of Tnion was
a visitor in the city lasl Tuesday on
Mrs. Minnie Armstrong of Dor-
Chester, who was considered to be
in a dangerous condition from hav
ing swallowed a brooch pin has en
tirely recovered and is out of dan
ger. Bright Agent Wnntrd Quirk to Sell
Written ly Mr. Blaine's nxit-t iiititnnte
ii" in 11 irilll
tTHE OFFICIAL EDITION-?
The ONLY work F.Mmikskii Iiv Vice I'rvs
Morton, Att'y fien. Miller, Private Sec.
II 11 1 ford, See. (-oxter nml host of other
of Mr. Hlnmc H COI.I.KtifKS, CA HIXKT OK
HCKKS, SKNATOKS, Ae.; hence will outsell
tiny unit nil others KlVK To oK lK
MAMt IS Sl.tl'I.Y I.MMKNSK. Don't wnste
time on (.'heap- John catch pennv hooks.
(Jet the OFFICIAL work und HKsf TKK1
liy writing gt'ifKI.Y to
ill l(lt.AKI) I'l H, i ll.,
B'wtiy nnd Locust St, Louis.
S. K. HALL cSc SON
.... MANCKACTl'KF.KS OK ....
Tin. Copper and Sheet
Country Work Attended to
- - - - ON SIIOK'T NO'I ici:. ----
G1VIJ US A CALL.
COKNKK SIXTH AMI 1'KARI. Sis.
A. N. sri.i.iVAN.
Will Kivesi-cinl nttptition to nil Im-inc
entrusted to liim
OFflCK-l'liion Itlock, . rUtt-tnoiith
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OLIVER & RA.MGE,
Pkoi'KII-.Toh'S ol' TllK
The Boston Meat Market
i his Firm do their own Killing and
use nothing but Cass County
Cattle and Swine.
FRESH and SALT MEATS
Always on hand.
OH XTKY I'KOOL'l'G SUCH AS
POULTRY, BUTTER & EGGS
tioi (;u r and sold.
NATIONAL : BANK
OK PLA-TTSXOL'TII, NE11KASKA.
I'uiil up cnpitul.
(MTers the very host farilitips for
the prompt transaction ,,f
LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINES,
STOCKS, blinds, cold, uoverntnent and
local securities fiouulit und sold. De
posits recieved nnd interest allowed on
the certitientes. Drnfts drnwn, nvuilutile
in nnypiirt of the V. S. nnd nil the princi
pal towns of Europe. Collections made
and promptly remitted. I holiest market
price paid for county wnrrunts, stute and
Jolin KitzKernld, I). Hawksworth
S. Wauh, K. (C. White, G. K. Hovey.
lohn hitzKeruld, Pres. S. Wuuh, Cushier
HKAI.ER IN .
Fresh, Salt and Smoked
Meats of all kinds.
T MA KB the best of all kinds of
sausages and keep a good supply
constanty 011 hand. Call and see.
MAKKBT ON SIXTH STRBST,
Hetween Main unit Penr!
T.J. THOMAS & SON
riv'Ork'IETORS OK THE
Fsty, Salt apd Smoked
M BATS OF ALB KINDS.
Headquarters : for : Poultry.
HAM B OF ALB KINDS
North bixth-st., Opp. Postoffico
JOHN A DA V IBS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oflicc in Union LHooh
WANTED Wide awake wirrkers everv.
w liete for nIii'ii', lliiiliiirlnili r the Wnrlil.
reiitest hook on earth :costitiiiliin,iNii;
SHEPP fi A f""1' or in-
"UUI I J slallmenls; mammoth ill
iistnited circulars and terms free; duilr
output over 1."ji voliitiies. Agents wild
1 1 enlreville, lex., t leared lli in "I ,1,1V..
.Miss K'ose Adams, Wooster. O., in fort T
niinules; K'ev-. .1 . liowiird Madisnn. I.vnns,
a lionaii.a auai;nit.
OF THE WORLD
cent outfit onlv $1 j hooks on credit ; treiulit
paid. Adilresstil.oilK HlHl.K l'l lti.isuiMl
C o.. Chestnut st., Philn., I'u., or :M
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