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WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
XrJT COITAIN -A.JL.JLi THE ITETWS FOK ONLY ;X A. YlilAK;
TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION TH REE-MONTHS FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
OFFICE ON LOWER MAIN STREET. !
TttE HAPPENINGS OF ft DRY
The ward hustlers are out sunning
themselves in croups these dull times,
figuring up the needs of the city for
good men to fill the offices. Mayor
NewelPs term just closing gives gen
eral satisfaction, it seems, and there
is no doubt he could have a second
term if he cared for it. II. N. Dovey
is the possessor of quite a boom for
mayor, which the other fellows can
not ignore. If Horatio gets the nomi
nation, which at this time does not
seem improbable, he will be elected.
B. C. Kerr seems to have the bulge
on the city clerk's office. He has made
one of the best officers the city ever
had in that capacity.
John Unruh has made a titst
class treasurer and the fellow
who beats him for a renomination will
have to get up befere he goes to bed.
The democrats are talking J. A.
Gutsche for mayor and it is said some
of Matthew Gering's friends have
launched a boomlet for him.
For city clerk Frank Green, Dave
McEntee and several others have been
named, while for treasurer Charles
Cummins seems to be in the push, with
some others figuring on the same of
fice. I'rotU-lency KwoKiiizetl.
The medical department of the
University of Omaha has earned high
standing among the medical colleges
of the west by the thoroughness of the
course provided, and the proficiency of
the instructors. This university has
now added to its curriculum a com
plete three years course in dentist: y
which already gives evidence from the
ability of the faculity of becoming an
important branch of the college.
Among the list of demonstrators we
find the name of C. A. Marshall, I). 1).
S. of this city who is the equal of any
dentist in the state, having graduated
from an eastern college as well as be
ing a continuous practitioner. Dr.
Marshall begins his work at the col
lege next Monday but will only be de
tained there two days out of th3 week
during each term. Wo are glad to sue
Plattsmouth honored by calling one of
her professional men to so important
Ifoagland Kecoverrd Ills Money.
The NEWS contained an advertise
ment of the loss of $5 down at the
Burlington shops and offering $1 re
ward to the finder. D. C. Morgan
found the bill near the store house and
thought it belonged to some shop man
and tried to find the owner by notify
ing the foreman. In the evening he
saw the "ad" in The News and
promptly returned the money to C. E.
Wescott, refusing to retain the SI of
fered and it was soon on its way to
Lincoln to make glad the heart of
At the annual meeting of the Brick
& Terra Cotta company the business
wasfounU in excellent condition,
though 400,000 brick were carried over.
The old officers were re-elected as fol
lows: President J. G. llichey.
Vice-Pres J. C. Cummins.
Sec'y and Treas T. H. Pollock.
The Leap Year ltall.
The ladies made quite a social suc
cess of their Leap Year ball last even
ing. The attendance was larsre, the
music of the mandolins delightful and
refreshments suitable to the occasion.
The boys will do well if they compare
with the event of last evening when
they give their return dance the last
of the month.
Will Make the Appointment.
Harry Northcutt of Nebraska City
will today be appointed court reporter
for the nresent bv Judjro Ramsey, who
will settle the matter permanently af
ter the next term of court.
The Turners Mask Hall.
The mask ball to be given by the
Turners of this city on reb. la at
Waterman's hall will bo an elegant
affair. The best of music and good
order will prevail.
At the meeting of the Plattsmouth
W. C. T. U. held February 4, the fol
lowing resolutions were adopted.
Whereas, The resignation of the
president of the union, Mrs. Traver,
has been made necessary by the re
moval of her family to McCook, there
fore be it
Resolved, That wo deeply regret
her departure from our city and our
union and desire to express our ap
preciation of her worth and labor as
president of our society which place
she has so ably filled for two years
and that we commend her to any union
where her lot may be cast, being cer
tain that her influence and efforts will
ever bo for "God and home and every
Resolved, That a copy of these re
solutions be spread on the minutes of
our union and sent to our city papers
and union worker for puDlication.
Mks. M. L. Wepcott,
Mi;s. H. M. Gault,
Mks. K. W. Davis,
For the Athletic Contest.
y The Missouri Pacific will sell round
trip tickets for the athletic contest at
El Paso, Tex., on February 8, ftr
final limit for return Feb. 18.
.J STOUTEXBOROUon, Agent.
THERE IS NO NATIONAL HOLlOAV
Not Ken the Lnbor Iwy Act Creates On.
tiiy tlie Lawyers.
There would seeru to bo no such thing
in this country as a mriioual holiday.
Lawyers usst-it that even Labor day.
which was set apart by act of congrer
in 1894 in such manner as to lead the
confiding layman to suppose it at least
to be a national holiday, is uofc such
outside of the District of Colutubia un
less by state enactment. The creation
and regulation of holidays have been
left entirely to the legislatures of the
The act of congress concerning Labor
day was approved June 28, 1894. It pro
vides "that the first Monday of Septem
ber in ea h year, being the day cele
brated and known as Labor day, is
hereby made a legal holiday, to all in
tents and purposes, in the same manner
as Christmas, Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30
and July 4 are now made by law public
Clearly the proper construction cf
this statute can be arrived ut only by
reference to the provisions bearing upon
the other holidays named. The act mak
ing holidays of Jan. 1, July 4, Christ
mas and "any day appointed or recom
mended by the president of the United
States as a day of public fast or thanks
giving" was passed in Juno, 1870, and
was restrieted in its effex-t to the Dis
trict -of Columbia. These days are holi
days in the various states only as they
are made so by the various state legis
latures. The act of Jan. 31, 1870, makes Feb.
22 a legal holiday, and the act of Aug.
31, 1888, does the game for May 30,
and both are restricted in their applica
tion to the District of Columbia. The
act referring to Labor day says nothing
about the District of Columbia, but it
does say that the first Monday of Sep
tember shall be a legal holiday, "to all
intents and purposes, hi the .s;imo man
ner as Christmas, Jan. 1, Feb. 21, May
30 and July 4 are now made by law
public holidays. "
Tho intents and purposes for which
and the maunci in which those days are
made holidays are expressly limited tt
tho District of Columbia, and so, by
necessary inference, is the act referring
to Labor day.
The misl?ad;ng language of tho Labor
day act has led to a prevalent statement
that the first Monday of September is a
holiday throughouc the United States
by congressional enactment. New York
PRANK3 CF SCOTTISH FAIRIES.
A Firm l'.cTiet In the "Fair Folk" Sti'.'t
There still lingers a widespread belief
in the uorth of Scotland that the "fair
folk, " or "gweed neebors, " as the fairies
are called, ptill live in the hills, and
during the first days of convalescence a
mother must bo zealously guarded lest
one of the "wee people" come and rot
the child of its nourishment. Some
times they succeed in carrying oft' the
mother. Hero is one of the superstitious
A north country fisher had a fine
child. One evening a beggar woman
entered tho hut and went np to the
cradle to gaze into the eyes of the babe.
From that time good health left it, and
a strange look came into its face, and
the mother was troubled. An old man
begging for food passed that way. When
he caught sight of the child, ho cried:
"That's nae a bairn. It's au image,
and the gweed folk has stoun his
Thereupon he set to work to recall
the fisher's bairn. A peat fire was heaped
high on the hearth and a black hen held
over it at such a distance that it was
6ingedaud not killed. After some strug
gling the hen escaped np the lum. A
few moments elapsed, and then the par
ents were gladdened by the sight of a
happy expression once more -on the
child's face. It throve from that day
forward. Scottish Keview.
A 1og l"nrse Snatcher.
Pointer dogs can always be trained to
steal. Many of them are natural thieves
without training, and any; of the species
can be- taught. There is a dog of this
kind in northwest Washington. Ho will
pick np anything he can find around a
yard or outside of a store, but his spe
cialty is ladies' pocketbooks and hand
bags. When he sees one of these, he
grabs it and runs, always succeeding in
getting out of sight before he can be
captured or followed. No owner has
ver been seen, hence no complaints
have been made at police headquarters,
but there is but little doubt, if it were
possible to follow the animal, that it
would be found that he has been care
fully trained as a purse snatcher and
that he takes his booty home to his
master. He seems to be aware that he is
doing wrong, jumping fences and dodg
ing around houses when running awtty.
An Old Colonial lilockhouse.
Among the attractions of the town of
Bourne, Mass., are two historic cellars.
One was Aug by the Plymouth colony
and the other by the Dutch traders.
These cellars lie side by side, and the
structures built over them were filled
wtth goods so necessary for the comfort
of the early pilgrims as well as the
Dutch. The pilgrims needed manufac
tured goods such as the Hollander had
for sale and the Dutch required prod
ucts such as the colony could supply.
Governor Bradford, in his diary, states
that this block house was built as early
as 1627, only seven years after the land
ing of the Mayflower. St Louis Globe
Democrat. About Girls.
"Girls," remarked the small boy in
his composition upon the subject, "is of
several thousand kinds, and sometimes
one girl, can behave like several thou
sand girls. Some kinds of girls is better
than soma other kinds, but they ain't
any of them tip to boys. This is all I
know about girls, and father says the
less I know about 'em the better."
New York Advertiser.
Herman Paukonin of Louisville is
in the citv on busiue-s today.
Do not forcrot tbe Turner's mask ball
at Waterman's hall February V".
Try a can of Hopkins' Steamed Iloml
iny. (hulled corn). It is delicious. Ful
Girl wanted for general houseworK.
Enquire of Mrs. C. A. Marshall at
residence 70!) Elm street.
Coil orders left at Herman Spies1
cisrar factory for Henry Hem pel will
receive prompt attention.
Sam Carl.vle. tho owner and head
pusher of the Nehawka Register, is in
tho city today with H. G. Strong.
McCord is running a saw null down
below the bridge and is making up a
bier quantity of cottonwood lumber.
Surah Iv Siuith has brought suit for
divorce against her husband, Nelson
Smith, on the grounds of failure to
Raising money to pay bills. .1KW
ELRY AT AUCTION, Aim II L.
Col.KMAX, Jeweler, commencing Sat
urday, the Sth.
Use tho "Dustless Fioor Oil" for
store rooms, public buildings and all
kinds of offices, kitchens, halls, etc.
For saie hy Smith & Parmele.
.1. V. Fgcnherger, jr., of the F.ik
horn saloon, is renorted to have teen
kindly remembered this morning with
a handsome p-esent from A. H. Week
bach. Remember the dance to te given by
the ladies of the St. John's church at
Waterman's hall next Tuesday even
ing, February 11. General admission.
10 cts. Klegaut refreshments, et?
'Give me a liver regulator and I can
regit ate tho world," said a genius
The druggist handed him a bottle of
De Witt's Little Hat ly Risers, lh
fnm-jus little niils. F. G. Fricko &
The handsome quiit t bo rallied otT
for too benetit ot ttie t. f 11. oruor
may be seen in Dovey "s window Fri
day and Saturday of this week Tiioso
desiring ticuets can also obtain th:;ti
II. C. Rowntrce of Lincoln, state
agoni tor mo 'jet-matt insurance com
pany was in the city yesterday and
made si satisfactory adjustment of Rev
Iiuswells loss, givir.o- him a draft for
A. II. Waterhouso of Grand Island,
G. W. Noble of Lincoln, James Leach,
T. M. Howard, J. W. Dougias, 1. F.
Travis, G. W. Norton and Mr. and
Mrs, Dr. Ilungate of Weeping Water
are in tho city today attending county
Wni. Reed Dun coy, who is taking
regular course at the State university,
came down last evening for a brief
visit with the Wescotl's at Sunnyside
r J1-1 . m . rr
lie am not iorgei to maKe j. he .i;s
a pleasant call where ho is always a
It m:iy seem strange, but it is true,
nevertheless, that eight or ten car
loads of walnut saw-logs have been
shipped over the M. P. from this place
and from Murray to the eastern mar
ket. What is the matter with this
prairie country, anyway ?
Sootaing, healing, cleaning, De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the
enemy to sores, wounds and piles.
which it never fails to cure. Stops
itching and burning. Cures chajiped
lips and cold-sores in two or three
hours. F. G. Fricke & Co.
John Schiappecasse, who is a Platts
mouth property owner and has come
to stay, has the finest line of confec
tionery, nuts, raisins, etc., to be found
in the city. He bought in large
quantities for casli and got nothing
but choice goods. Give him a call.
J. W. Pierce, Republic. Ia., says:
"I have used One Minute Cough Cure
in my family and for myself, with re
sults so entirely satisfactory that I
ran hardly find words to express my
self as to its merit. I will nver fail
to recommend it to others, on every
ooea sion that presents itself. F. G.
Fricke .St Co.
Our people are growing more and
more in the habit of looking to aur
druggists for the latest and best of
everything in the drug line. They
sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
famous for its cures of bad colds, croup
and whooping cough. When in need
of such a medicine give this remedy a
trial and you wi mote than
pleased with the result.
Connty Judge Spurlock has been en
gaged today in tho hearing of the case
of Prof. Noble vs. Dr Ilungate and
wife. The suit has reference to the
sale of some Building & Loan stock to
the defendants by the plaintiff and is
being vigorously tried. , Attorney Lane'
of Lincoln appears for the plaintiff
and Byron Clark and A. L. Timblin
look after the interests of tho de
fendants. Mr. 1). Wiley, ex-postmaster, Black
Creek, N. Y. was so badly afflicted
with rheumatism that he was only
able to hobble around with canes, and
even then it caused him great pain.
After using Chamberlain's Pain Balm
ho was so much improved that he
threw t. way his canes. . He says this
liniment did him morq good than all
other medicines and treatment put to
gether. For sale at o0ents per bottlo
by all druggists. v
WKEriNC WAT Kit NOTES.
From the Republican.
Smith & Ralston havo bought 9,0U(
pounds of live poultry within tho past
Superintendent Farley drove out
Lorn Plattsmouth Monday. He was
on his way to attend several teachers'
meeting in the west end of tho county.
Dr. William Carlylo of University
Place, visited his brother at Nohawka
this week and on his return home
stopped olT here Friday and s2nt the
day shaking hands with his host of
friends who are always glad to seo
h i m.
C. K. Joyce irrigated a garden patch
of about one acre last year and on Sat
urday last ho had a buggy load of pars
nips on tho street which were a yard
long and he gave them away to his
friends. Charley says he expects toirri
gate more extensively this year as bo
knows it will pay from his small ex
pericneo in 189.".
A. C. Wright, who, in his travels
over the state organizing republic in
clubs, tinds that !) oer cent of the re
publicans f.ivos McKiuley for p.er-i-dent.
That is about the proportion
the Mclvinlcy adherents occupy here.
Tho other 5 per cent are divided be
tween Allison, Reed, Harrison and
Morton. The party will bo as one man
for the nominee, no matter who he is,
but Nebraska shows a strong prefer
ence for the Ohio Napoleon.
J. M. Ueardsley and wife returned
from their trip south last Friday. They
purchased 1:10 acres of land near Gen
try, Ark. , with whicli they are very
much pieased. Mr. Beatdsley will go
down again soon to make some changes
and set out some trees a -.d the family
will go in the fall. Mr. Ueardsley says
he did not liko neariy all the. country
tie saw, nor does the country compare
with this to make money, but to make
a living and be happy, ho thinks that
country is ahead ot this, and says the
climate fs delightful and the water the
fined he ever saw.
The Nelrak;i Literary .M:ii;-:iiiie.
The thiid number of volume 1 of the
Nebraska Lite! ary Magazine appears
February 15. This magazine is the
only successful venture in the literary
periodical ever brought out in the
state. It is a quarterly devoted to
weste.n and pre-eminently Nebraska
literature, and is published under the
editorial control of the English Club
of the University of Nebraska. In tho
forthcoming issue will appear a re
suiiie of the Woman's Club movement
in Nebraska, by Mrs. Allen W. Field,
president of the Confederated Woman's
Clubs of the state, with a portrait of
tho author. Mrs. W. J. Bryan will
wi ito ou "Tho New Woman and Iler
Time,'' an article in a way directly
supplementing the former. There
wnl tippear as a supplement the
woids and music of Mr. D.N.Leh mar's
University Hymn, which has been en
dorsed by the chaucellor. A story is
from the pen of H. E. Newbranch, of
the Lincoln Courier. Professor A. II.
Edgren contributes a translation of a
popular Swedish ballad, the sweetness
and delicacy of the original being in
no wise lost in the translation. There
will appear, beside, several more
stories as well as sketches, poems, and
other articles of a stamp and merit
not to be found in other periodicals.
New and original departments will bo
added in this number.
It lias been the aim of the editors to
bring out a magazine with a dis
tinctive and original tone a feat most
difficult in this age of myriad publica
tions, yet in it their success is well
shown by tho current number. Every
Nebraskan should read it price $1.00
a year; single numbers, 25c. Ask
your newsdealer for it, oraddress The
Nkuuaska Litkita i;v Magazine,
Univetsary of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Itewarc of Ointment h or Catarrh That
- Contain Merrurr,
As mercury will surely destroy the sense of
smell ami completely deramre the whole system
w hen entering it throuj-h the mucous surfaces
Such articles should never be used except on pre
scriptions from reputable physicians, as the dam
age they will do is ten fold to the (jooiI vou can
possibly derive from them. Hall s Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Chcne Jt Co., Toledo. O ,
contains no mercury, and is taken internally, act
lnsi directlv uuon tlie blood ati.l r... t. r..'.
ot the system In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you pet the genuine. It is taken internally
and made m Toledo, Ohio, by t. J. Cheney & Co
I estimonia s fi. t '
i"irold by Druggists, price T.j cents per bottle.
uick in elfeet hoals and leaves no
scar. LJurning, scaly skin eruptions
quickly cured by DeWitt's Whitch
Hazel Salve. Applied to burns,scalds.
old sores, it is mugieal in effect. Al
ways cures piles. F. C. Fricke & Co.
TTIig I?ounla2n of
Is flowing; in Plattsmouth and you can secure the spark
nir liquid obtained therefrom at 15c per "ulloti. We
ave obtained tho agency of the alieady falnous
Lloyd's JMiiicrnl Water
and can furnish it in any quantity, preat or snrnll in its
natural state as it flows from a depth of 500 feet througrn
a TPi k" 11 is esPccial'y effications in llheumatism
and all kidney diseases. It is not a purgative but n
laxitive so prentle that it corrects and regulates the
boweis without griping; and is thoroulv effective even
in the most severe cases of constipation. Hring your
For'Snlc hy SMITH lMtXUSLJE
-I1KIXC1 YOITK J'HCSCHITONS TO l'S-
dCh. JfZXSS. sSZiks
ft n zr
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To be sold
We have tho freshest and ti tie.-.L stock of fashionable Novelties
piece will be sold, without reserve, TO THE HICHEST I 1 1 D
l.H fl2 GUARANTEE, positively,
w continue in business here and will maintain our past re j nit i n for honorable dealing. We are CO.M
I'ELLED to raise a large amount of money inside the next thirty days to pay bills, and take thi- m-'tiiod
of raising the cash.
io T j
....Auction Sales at 2 o'clock in the afLernoon and 7:30 in the
evening until further notice...:
We especially invito 1 he Ladies to
preserved Sale conducted
514 MAIN STREET,
At the I'reNltyteriuii liurrli
Ono of tho musical events of tbe sea
son will bo the piano reeitnl and eon
cert given by Herr Joseph Cabin, as
sisted by tho Dovey sisters, at the
Presbyterian church in tbis city on
tho evening' of February 1:5. AU
lovers of music will do well to ttttend
and enjoy the treat, l'rof. Cabin is an
artist of more than western reputation
tind his program will bo especially in
teresting. The little Dovey sisters
will also add to tho merit of the enter
tainment. Tickets goon sale at Lehn
To Tlie I.udies.
We wish to especially invite the
ladies to our auction sale coraniencinsr
Saturday afternoon Feb. S at L':"50
o'clock. Wo will have si strictly
straight sale of first-class, good,
honest goods. We will allow no smok
ing inthe room, and will put up for
your asking any article in the store
which will bo sold to tho highest
bidder for cash. Respectfully, j
AUCIl L. CoLKMAN. !
Not ire. j
All persons knowing themselves to j
be oweiny me please consider this a I
special invitation to call and settle, as
I need the money. Very respectfully,
AKCH L. Coi.KMAX, Jeweler.
Notice to Water Takers.
All bills for water from Jan. 1, lb'.iii,
to July 1, 109b, and water bills for ;
quarter ending; Jan. 1, IS'jG, are now!
due and payable at our oliiee over
First National bank.
I'atrons are re- i
.r ii . i . i.i ,.i
speetfutly requested to eah and settle.
Ttie T. J. SokoFs Turners Will irive
a ball at their hall Saturday evening-.
February 8. - A good time- is assured.
Taken I p.
A stray ho. The owner can havo
same by proving; p.operty and paying;
damages. Hans Timmoxs.
One Minute Coujh Cure touches t he
ripht spot. It also touches it at the
riyht time if you take it when you
havo a courrlt or eold. See the txiinl?
Then don't coue;h. F. (1. Fricke cv
PEC U LEAR in combination, pro
portion and preparation of ingredi
ents, Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses great
curative value. You should TRY 17.-
at auction regardless of cost
value, consisting of
n m r k a v vn r m v
V I! V VliVf
Silverware and Novelties.
of a Life Time,
....For You to Buy....
that there will le no "by-bicUir.-"
i , i:a
attend t In se s:tle-. No smoking will
by Frank Tt iplet t of Spi ingliehl, Mo.
Is U" iiti il iii tlint -I- lion of Ii-Miia travcr-ci 1 tin-
(iKO(iIA SOL'THl-N & FLORIDA RAILWAY,
wliicli is tin- n! v iliiivt through route to 1 lie capital of tlie colons', i oiiii.m i at
'1 ilioii iih t!u- 1 iiton ,V oiili Ka-t''in Kailiou-I for Swan I I Kw ial.1 P.y
this lo'.itc, partii from I'lmao, linliaimopolis, llctrmt, ( icvi-l.m I .oi l ( in
c iiin.il i can soi urc sleeper- ii h oiil y one i li.iii).;o Mil depot at Na tuilleilo lit
ton. ami lioin St, I.ouis direi t u itlioiit change. 1 lie section in uliicli tfu-col
miy is located lias lieeii well iianuif
The (iri'Hl Fruit Kelt of tlie South,
for in it are located tlie lamest peach orchards in the world, while l'ears. Apples. (ir;ins and Mel ..n,
do equally well. The soil is e.i-ily cultivated and produc es fine crops ol dun. Oats, liai Icy, t oil on.
Sui;ar Cane. Sweet and Iri-h rotators. IV. is, an I a general variety ol enctal.lcs. lie ruinate i
mild and healthful. Lands conen:eutly located to shipping points can he piocuu- l for honi .i.oil
to SM.no per acic. on liberal teinis,
l-'or illustasted pamphlet, may. land li: t, tune tables, etc.. w i'e to
A. -M !oii!ill. W. I.. lileMHiier,
Genera! 1'as-eiiKC Atrent. Comini -sioiier of Iinniii at ion.
M AO N, M.M IN, I i A .
DR. W. M. FOLLETT,
The well-known Specialist
of New ork, is now at
THE HOTEL RILEY
ana w ol lie lor tne coming ueK
iwht.rc ,. wi ,., ,ut. .,,. M,i,ei;iU;
j i-ko.m c hkunk: imseasks
j of the l.iver. Kidneys, Skin. Khoninatism and
! Nenraluia. Heart. Ncive and Stomach lioiibles.
.Malaria. (. h n is aid levir, (.alarm, liromnii
Ar-thnia and I nii Attect ion. I Iimj-cs of Women
and Children. Nervous Prostration, etc.
KM 1.1 M ATISM. TlllaiAT .M I.IMI
IH.NKASKS A IMKI KI I. Ml
CONSL'l.T A ITON AND 1 N A M I N A I It i.
All cordially invited and w. lc me whether thev
take treatment or not. Ticainient in 'delate in
cost and fuliy m:arantt ed lo be sat i-facnn y. !n .
1-ollett has fiad t.ventv eihl year, of experience
as a Specialist in all Chronic 1 isca-cs ineetiim
u it h ti ii i r -a I sin ce s. M an v a - e - ale incurable.
J lie I toe tor takes no case to t re.it si opt he feci- I
Confident he can cine or niateiiaiiy benelit tae pa-
Calls made nt your residence in to.vn v..tho'it
chaise here treatment is cicn. Not:, e of calls
through the postotticc or at hotel.
Iftice hours s to lL'a. in.. t i m. Ail med-
I icinu purely vegetable.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE..
l. I". TIJIK CAIll).
TK.il.VS f.'OINO NIIKTII.
Nin I l.".() .i.rn
No. inn .".:; p. in
No. 127. local freit-ht :t:c, . ,,
o. arrive from south Ii" p. en
TIIA1S.S GOINO SI UTII,
..4;iki p. in.
i. & u i v i Attn-
TRAIN'S fiol.VO WKST.
No. t Sunday only
No. -'J ,
. if. ,..
. i.M IJ.ni. J
. 4.fiO i.m.
.4.10 p. in.
TRAINS OOINO EAST.
. 5.:; I p. m
, ln.24 a. m
. KS."i p. in
. 1 l.a.'i U.IU
.12.2:1 p. in
. B:li5 p. tu
a w .
in Cass county, ami every
E I !, FOU CASH.
at a our mm rnci
cbnuiry 8, 1896.
If allowed and the l"-t of order
) ami is the result fif(oiN,
sikMcii climatic diaii s.
I It can be i tiro I l ;i I'mm--j
ant rt nicilv which a plioi
! !ir-c tly into th- ti ti lis.
IVitj (pin k! ai-(.rbol it
! iz'r.v- i fiicl a! mce.
Elys Cream Baliii
i .i" know leaned to be the nior-t thorough cure for
.Na -al ( at.n i h. i oid ill head and Hiy I ever of all
reint die.. 1 1 otens and cleanses i he na-a t pas.
ajes. alivs pain an 1 intla'iiniat ion,!eaI-i thcsoi.-s,
pioli ts the membrane hom eo., retoiesthe
i sea-es ol ta-te and smell. I 'i ice " at I i urji -1 .
I or bv mail.
I I.I.V IlKOJ HIT'S. Mi Warn-n St.. N. V.
flenn and tH-xaific tlii hlr.
I'roiiiotcs m Jintiirint rr,,wtn.
r-,-jy ' ' y , Jfflvor fans lo nesxore uinj
I jIT.'1' 1 4 " 'P 'I 1 rr hair tnuillg.
- rt . -z j i .11 r in im vn i mill .fm"-
1 ' ' i2
TTho ontv flire Cua t.rC'ni4. M.j,. wl :iju. i-:nll com
lurtW (lie Kit. Alukc a. king ttuty.lii.it. at .biui.u.
'hl-h.l.-r' I MLtNti i'iumi.rol Kran f.
JJ "STv Oi-'c'""! Only l.rnnliie.
Sii,"e.n. llmn.l ih !! and i Ul in-illi,ilV?
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in ftffi'iia for ;.tr'iru:ri. t' nt i tuonul i 9 i
Kellt-r For l.Hlit-. iw I'ttrr, i.v rt'tnrn
0,4HM I -itliOtj! in. S'int t'"i-rr
Ir'Mtfrl k.-liilealU..VIu.ll..n ,hm..
oid tj ut Lrocai lr ii-tfl. 1'hlluclt. I'm.
GRATEFUL CO VFORTIN'J
BOILING WATER OR MILK.
THE CITY HOTEL,
HANS G:)CS, Proprietor.
i Kates. One Dollar Per Day.
Tir-t c'ass Ilnr ill cotine'tion. I he best of at
commodat ions for transients.
II'LATT - MOI'TII,
Ccai. Genuine Canon City Co-1
I.eare orders at F. S. White's
'.V. . WIIITF.
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