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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, PL ATTSMO UTH, NER, JUNE 24,1896.
Highest of all in Leavening
mo republican Btato convention
moetd in Lincoln, Wednesday, July 1
Will lIuJTnor and wife arc down from
Ilavelock toda3' for a Sunday visit
Joel Messrsmith and wife of TTjivi
lock came down today to spend Sunday
Mrs. Holmes is down tod.iy from
Ilavelock looking after her property
interests in this city.
N. II. Meeker cashier of the First
National Liank at Greenwood is in tho
city on business today.
Mrs. Oliver of Lincoln i enjojinp;
a visit with her daughters Mrs. Eads
and Mrs. 1). (J. Morgan.
Elijah Godwin is tbo well pleased
father of a nine pound boy that ar
rived at his house this morning.
Mrs. Ed Vannatta of Cripple Creek
Colorado is here visiting" her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper.
Hilly LehnhofT is down from College
Hill for a few days' visit with his
cousins, George and Fred LehnhofT.
John J. Ingalis will orate at the
Heatrice Cruutauqu i grounds July 4
and wo believe every trod y ought to hear
Henry Hem pel and family went
out to Robert Troops this afternoon
to spend Sunday and enjoy a dav in
Chris. Jessen, wife and little son,
crime in this morning from Creston.
They will visit relatives in the city
for a few day?..
Tho M. 1. b::se ball nine played a
game with the li A: M. shop team last
evening which resulted in a score of 8
to 7 in favor of the M. 1. boys.
Georfe Dovey and family are hav
ing a delightful time on the Santa Cat
ahua islands off the coast from Los
Angelos. They expecito leave there
for hoiui" in a few days.
The weather bureau predicts
showery weather for this evening
and tomorrow, and it is to be hoped
that Uncle Sam's prognosticate!'
knows what he is talking about.
and Mrs. J arm
of their manv
friends for the 1
of their infant
bubo, which died th.
tirst of the week.
after being with them but a few days.
1$. M. Supply Agent I). S. Guild
is home from ll ineheler, Wyo. where
the great tie 3"aids of tho company
are located. They havo a flume there
from the mountains nearly eight miles
The Uoss washing machines are sell
ing so rapidly that several dealers
have had to replenish their stock by
iuying of Week bach who gets them
in large quantities. They are groat
sellers because they do the work.
I'rof. Eugene May, of Washington,
I). C who has been lecturing at the
ISeatrice Chautauqua arsembly, stopped
over here today on his way home to
visit his cousin. Mrs. Frank Richard
son, and Mrs. George W. Thomas at
Do not forgot that the state fair
begins August 'S! and continues to
September 5. You will miss half your
life if you miss the slate Fair which
will eclipse all former expositions
ever held iu the west. It will he
held at Omaha convenient for Cass
The forcible entry and detainer
case between Fred Patterson and
ome parties at Rock BiutTs is on
trial before Judge Archer todaj.
This is the trouble which resulted in
the shooting of the Byers boys not
long since and quite a bit of bad feel
ing has been engendered uti both
A olitieal argument took place be
t wee n two good follows on upper Main
street at a late hour last night and at
the final windup each contestant at
tempted to make his side of the ques
tion more convincing by bringing his
lists into requisition. No arrests
were made and it is highly probable
that they will be gtod friends again be
fore a free silver democrat is elected
to tho presidency.
J. M. Craig is out at Norton, Kan.,
this week on bisiness.
Dr. K. W. Cook departed last even
ing for Chicago on professional busi
ness. We regret to note that John 1).
Tutt is reported quite ill with typhoid
George W. Goodwin and Miss Belle
Hall were united in ma riage today by
Walter EUingson and his sister
went out to Waverly this morning for
a few days visit.
Miss Bethel and Miss Carrie Gray
of Greenwood sent Sucday in this
city with Mrs. D. K. Barr and family.
Mrs. James Robertson and children
returned home this morning from a
pleasant visit with relatives at Louis
ville. Mrs. Henry Hempel and children 1
perfect health, comfort, good-nature, baby-beauty.
Scott's Emulsion is the best fat-food baby can have, in
the easiest form. It supplies what he cannot get in his
ordinary food, and helps him over the weak places to perfect
growth, For the growing child it z's growth. For the full
grown, new life.
Be tuvtytu get Scotft Smulsiim tuhrn you tvant it and nt a cheat eutititute.
-m m e r-k &
2coxi cc Downe. rsew York. All Druggists. 50c and $i. I
Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
departed this morning for Ashland
and T.inenln to visit relatives lor a
Hon. Jno. C. Watson, one of the at
torneys for Gaebcl in tho criminal
suit to ho tried this term, is iu the
The Shafcr-Ballou property offered
at bheriff's sale Saturday was bid in
bv tho chief creditor, the Dank of
A. I'. Coleman of Greenwood, a nep
hew of J. C. Coleman, returned to his
homo today after a three days' visit
with the latter s family.
Mrs. Fred Stadelman and her sister.
Mrs. Nieman, have gone out to Eagle
to visit a month or two with the for
mer's daughter, Mrs. Mark White.
Ben Homing has just finished the
enumeration of school children in dis
trict No. 2, which foots un 138. the
iargest numtier ever, before recorded.
W. J. Hesser was not so well yester
day and his many friends are justly
alarmed at his dangerous condition.
His ailment is some sort of kidney
I. C. Knctts, of Lincoln, represent
ing the Mendota Coal company, was
in the city Friday and visited" over
right with his old friend, W. E.
Co pel and.
August Gorder got in a car load of
binder twine this morning which will
enable him to sell abetter article for
the same money than those who buy in
Wash Young has somo Poland
China hogs that are hard to beat. He
brought in a September pig this morn
ing which weighed 375 pounds. Who
can beat it?
William Slater, one of tne best
councilmen the city has, was layiDg
off today in order to lay 3,000 feet, or
thereabouts, of sidewalk in the South
August Stein kamp and Henry
C.ebel are in town today preparing
for the case of tho state of Nebraska
vs. Gaebel, who is charged with shoot
ing with intent to kill.
William Henry Funk aged twenty
eight and Miss Minnie Soott, aged
seventeen, were married Dy Judge
Spurlock in bis customary alTablo
manner this morning.
Daniel C. Croser, aged sixty-three
and Miss Clara Penn, iiged twenty
three, were grunted a permit to wed
by the county court today. Both are
residents of Cass county.
H. N. Dovey and wife returned home
this morning from St. Louis, where
Mr. Dovey had the pleasure of castiDfe
a vote to help nominate the next presi
dent of the United States.
Joe Ilawksworth, who is in charge
of the round house and shops at Wy
more, came in Saturday for a brief
?isit and returned to his duties today.
Joe is probably the yonngest man on
the line holding so important a po
sition. Wiley Rack received a car of hogs
for Nick Halmes today consisting of
sixty-one head which averaged over
335 pounds. This is the best car of
hogs shipped from this point within a
year. Mr. Halmes will ship them to
South Omaha tomorrow morning.
Fred Herrmann, one of the best
salesmen ou the road, is home for a
few days after an extended trip of sev
eral months through Montana, Idaho
and Oregon. He looks hale and hearty
and appears to have things coming
his way in good lorm, as he well de
serves. This county was visited by numer
ous showers yesterday which, in some
places wore quite heavy. South of
town it amounted almost to a water
spout, whiie a mile west the dust was
barely laid. Out in Mt. Pleasant pre
cinct a nice heavy rain fell that was of
great value to tho growing corn.
Two boys riding one horse at a mile
a minute gait last evening over in the
south part of town came near landing
on the "other side of Jordon" by the
horse stumbling and throwing them
forcibly to tho ground. It happened
that no bones were broken and the
loys were soon able for another ride.
Judge Ramsey was taken quite ill
Saturday and was unable to open
court this morning. Court was there
fore adjourned over until tomorrow
morning, when he will either call the
docket himself or have some other
judge do so. The jurors are all here
and a busy term of court is exrected
which will last three or four weeks.
George Straley, a former resident
of Plattsmouth, was in town today and
carried his left arm in a sung. George
is switching for the Burlington in the
.Lincoln yards and was in an engine
cab when the water glass bursted.
The hot water flew in every direction
and George was an unfortunate to the
extent of having his hand scalded
quite severely. As a consequence he
his a period of idleness or several
weeks in prospect.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
The baby's mission, its
work in life, is growth. To
that little bundle of love,
half trick, half dream, every
added ounce of flesh means
added happiness and com
fort. Fat is the siernal of
imvw ' ill" ni'T" wr- n -
have run out
he left you.
milmnM limit . (MranVJIV 1 WWIMrlHIWI'LHiH
Even the children recognize Santa
Claus Soap as one of the good things
of life and why not ? It - keeps
their home clean and makes their
I mother happy. Try it in your
Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Falrbank Company,
AMONG TIIK KXC1IANGKS
The sixth annual convention of the
Cass county W. C. T. U. will be held
at Avoca next Wednesday and Thurs
day. Miss Edith Quinton will engage in
teaching the coming year, and we un
derstand she has secured the school
two miles northwest of town, where
Miss Rhoda Banning has taught so
successfully the last three or four
years. Nehawka Register.
Mrs. W. E. Paddleford has the as
surance that she nas boon granted a
pension of $S per month and back pen
sion amounting to $bsu.t7. It as
brought about through tho efforts of
Congressman Strode and her friends
at this place. We are certainly glad
that this good fortune has come to
her. Elm wood Echo. -
Will Sutton, who has Iwen failing
for the past two or three years with
that dread disease consumption died
at 4t30 p. m. Wednesday at Nebraska
Csty. The remains will bo brought
here on the 10:41 train this afternoon
and taken to the M. E. church, where
the funeral services will be held. Ne
Professor and Mrs. Killcn leave us
today, the professor to go to Kimball
and Sidney for institute work and
later to Lodge Polo, where he aiiit his
brother will hold their summer s bo.il.
Mrs. Killeti will visit with a brother
at Elm wood. We are sorry to lose
them. Mr. Killeri has just finished
his second year as prineipal of our
school. Greenwood Gazette.
KlifuniatiMiu ( ami in i !-.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days, its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause and tl:o
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benefits, 7o cents.
Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists.
I'tMtpie'H l'arty County lounntlon.
The people's independent party of
Cass county is hereby called to meet
in delegate convention at Louis vil.e,
Monday, July 13, 18'JO, for the purpose
of electing fourteen delegates to tne
state delegate convention to be held at
Grand Island on July 15, 1895, to elect j
fourteen delegates to the State con-
.,: fn k hald at TTastintrs for
vention tO De neia ai Itastints Ior (
the purpose Of nominating- a people S j
independent party state ticket; to
fourteen delegates to the congressional
convention for the First congressional
district of Nebrasfca; to elect fourteen
delegates to the float representative
convention; to place in nomination a
county ticket consisting of
One state senator.
Two state representatives.
One county attorney.
And for the purpose of transacting
such other business as may properly
come before the convention.
It is recommended that the pri
maries be held on Saturday, July 11.
It is also recommended that no proxies
be allowed, but that the delegations
present from each precinct or ward
cast the full vote for the precinct or
ward they represent. There being a
large amount of business to be done
the convention will be called
at 10:30 in the morning; that
the preliminary work may be gotten
through with before noon, and that the
convention may conclude its session at
a seasonable hour.
The representation is based upon
the vote cast for Samuel Maxwell for
supreme judge, allowing one delegate
for every ten votes or major frac
tion thereof, giving a representation
as follows: Avoca, 2; Center, 2; Eight
Mile Grove, 3; Elmwood, 7; Greenwood,
7; Liberty, 7; Louisville, 3; Mt. Pleas
ant, 4; Nehawka, 3; first district Rock
Bluffs, 7; second district Rock Bluffs,
3; Salt Creek, 8; South Bend, 6; Stove
Creek, 5; Ti pton, 9; Weeping Water
nrecinct. 4; Weeping Watercity First
ward 2, second ward 1, third ward 1;
Plattsmouth precinct, 1(; I'lattsmouth
city First ward 5, second ward t),
third ward 6, fourth ward 6, fifth
ward 2. M.S. Buiogs, Chairman.
RobkktJ. Vass, Secretary.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses. Blood Spavins,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Boue,
Stifles, Sprains, all Swoolen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the m-st wonder
ful Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by
F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists, Platts
Persons wishing to fatten cattle and
horses on blue grass and clover inquire
of II. W. Beaver, Cedar Creek, Neb.
Cattle 50 cents and horses $1 a month
for the Reason.
Whip! Whipfi! Whip!
August Gorder has some surprising
bargains iu whips. lie sells the com
mon whip at two for twenty-five cents;
a first-class rawhide center whip for
twenty-five cents; one of the best for
fifty cents, and the very best whip
made for seventy-five cents. Come in
and see tbem at old stand of Fred
Gorder & Son, Plattsmouth, Neb.
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In County Court
Statk of Xebiiaska. i M
Cass County f
To all persons interested in the estate of John
Holschuh. deceased :
Notice is hereby Riven that on the 12th day of
June, A. 11. lMHi. at the hour ot 10 o clock a. in.,
at the county judge's othce. in Plattsmouth.nn
said county, the petition, asking for the appoint
ment of Theodore Starkjohann. as administrator
of said estate, will be heard and considered; at
which time and place all persons interested may
apiear and show cause, if any they have, why he
should not be appointed as such administrator.
Witness my hand and seal ot said county court
at Plattsmouth, this li?th day of May, A. 1).
Notice of Sale.
fn the district court of Cass county. Nebraska,
lii the matter of the estate ot William W. Conn,
Notice is hereby Riven that pursuant to an or
der ol the Hon. liasil S. Ramsey, judge o the dis
trict court ot Cass county, Nebraska, made on
the yth day of May, l!i. tor the sale ol the real
estate hereinafter descrilci, there will be sold at
the south door of the court house in I'lattsmouth,
Cass county, Nebraska, on the 2oih clay ol June.
at 10 o'clock a. m. ol said day at pubiic ven
due to the highest bidder for cash, the following
real estate, to-wit:
Lot nineteen .1'J) lones" tirst addition to the vil
lage ot Greenwood, and lots :?J, bT and .ti-f in
the village ol Greenwood, all in Cass county. Ne
braska. Said sale to remain (..pen one hour.
John F. 1'oi.k.
Administrator of the Kstate ot William W. Conn,
C. S. 1'olk. Attorney for Administrator.
May l'J. lsiKi.
15y v irtue of an order of sale issued bv (ieorge
K. Housewoith. clerk of the di.ttrict Coin t within
and for Cass county. Nebraska, and to ine di
rected. 1 w ill ujj the '7th clay of June A.l. l-i'-i
at 11 o'clock A M. of said day at the s..;i!i, doorol
the court house in the city ol l'iat tsiiio'illi. hi
said county, sell at pub ic auction, to tho highest
bidder tor cash, the hillov.mg teal estate. " Ail:
Lot -V i in tlie village ol tiieenwood. Cass coU'itv .
Nebraska, togethec with the prii ih-ges and appui
teiiances tl.eiuunto belonging or lii anvew-e ;ip
pertaining; the same beii'g Icmvl upon and taken
as the property "t John V 1'oik. administrator ot
the estate of William W. Conn. dcce.i-...i: Sena
James. Kliabeth A Abbott. Sarah J. C'iapp. K.
S. Norval and William M. Conn, d.-tc-iul.iins. to
satis'v a judgment of said court recovered by 11.
L. Clapp, pla'iitirt. against said defendants.
I'lattsmouth. Neb i Mav A. 1.. lsmi.
liAKVKl I Kit. LOW AY,
Sheritf. Cass county. Nebraska.
C. S. 1'olk. Attorney lor I'laintitl.
I fn the district court of Cass county.
Kate Spencer, 1 laiatilt f
Frank Spencer, defendant, w i'.l take notice that
on the aith day of March A. 1. l.-'.ti. Kate .-renter,
plaintitt herein, hied hei petition in the dis
trict court of Cass countv, Nebraska, against
said defendant, the object and praver ol which
are for a divorce from said l iank Spencer and
for the care and custody of their children: said
divorce being asked on the grounds ot defendant
grossly, wantonly and cruelly neglecting and re-lu-mg
to support plaintitt and her children.
You are r quired to answer said petition on or
before the 27th day of July. A. f. l.t.
Dated June 17. 1S!.
Kate Spkncji-.k, I'laintitf.
j By her attorneys, Uyron Clark and C. A. Kawls.
I -.... t ,,.1 T.'IWq I Vuiiafta will
tH"ke not,ce "as non-resident defendants that on
the Htn da' April. lsWi. J . H. 1'ettibone and S.
E Nixon commenced an action in the district
court of Cass county. Nebraska, against said de
of I'lattsmouth. et al.. the object and prayer of
which petition is to foreclose against lots 3 ami 4
in block in Young and f fayes' addition to the
citv of i'lattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska, a
certificate of tax sale of said lots made Nov. 7.
lsl2, by the treasurer of Cass county, Nebraska,
for the delinquent taxes thereon for ls.l, amount
ing to 27.4."i, and additional delinquent taxes
thereon for the sum ti5.7ll. with 10 per cent in
terest adiied ou each of said sums from Nov. ",
1MSI1, and for costs ot suit: further, that on the
same day the defendant First National liank id
I'lattsmouth tiled a cros -bill in said suit against
said Samuel 1". Vanatta and Kliza J. anatta to
foreclose a mortgage against said lots for
fl.lMHJ with a per cent interest added
from February 5, lMif. and on which
there is due from said Samuel F. Vanatta and
Eliza J. anatta to said F'irst National liank
$l.MK)-with U per cent interest from Feb. 5, 1S1M.
You are required to answer said petition and
cross-petition on or before Monday, June 'Si.
lSHii, or your default will be taken, and said
claims taken as confessed and judgment ren
J. II. Fettiucine ami S. E. Nixon and hie
First National Hank of I'lattsmouth.
By Attorneys IJeesou & Koot.
In the district court of Cass county. Nebraska.
Robert Lyons, Flaintitt 1
The State liank of Nf urdock, '
Nebraska. 1 lefendant. j
Under and by virtue of an order of the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska, Hon. Basil S.
Ramsey, Judge, entered upon April i:ith. A. I).
lK'.Kj. iequir'ng notice of the hling'of the claims to
be given lor six weeks prior to July 13th, lsS.
Now. therefore. I. Dexter M. (Juackenbush, as
receiver, do hereby notify all persons having
claims against said bank to tile the same with me
at mv office in F'irst National Bank of Oreenwood
on or before July l:ith. lvii, and that the same be
properly verified upon forms by me furnished
1 further give notice that upon July 13th, lxiti.
at 1(1 o'clock a. ni , 1 will proceed upon the ex
amination of said accounts and the disposing of
them as by said order ot tfie district court di
All tiers ns are further notified that all claims
not tiled by the time therein given will be disal
lowed unless otherwise ordered by the judge
ji saij coun.
Dated at Flattsniouth. Neb., April 2. 1V..
DKXTEK M. (JUACKKNBUSH,
As Receiver of the State Bank ol Murdock, Neb.
Adahne Crippen. Gurdun li. Crippen. Benja
min A. Ijiosou, Mrs. Benjamin .. Cubs. in. tus
wile, real name unknown, WfUiani C. Crippen,
David C. Munson. Elliott Callander, Joseph E.
Callander and Edward A. Bangs, trustee defend
ants, will take notice that ou the ISith day of Feb
ruary, l-cSH, the Bradford Savings Bank and Trust
company, the plaintiff herein, tiled its petition in
the district eourt of Cass county. Nebraska,
against said defendants, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage execut
ed by Adaline Crippen and Gtirdon B. Crippen to
one Benjamin A. Gibson, and bv said Beniainin
A. Gibsou.sold and assigned to one George Leslie
and by said George Leslie duly sold and assigned
plaintiff, upon the west half (w'jiof the southwest
quarter (swl4 ). section three t3, all of the west
halt w lt) of the northwest quarter in1,) of sec
tion three (3). except the right of way of the Lin
coln branch of the Missouri Facitic railroad, one
hundred feet wide, as now located: also the east
half (,e'i) of said northwest quarter (nw ') of said
section three .: lying lorth of the railroad right
ol way as now located, all in township 10 north of
range 11 east of the thecith 1'rmcipai Modridian.
in Cass county, Nebraska, to secure the payment
ol one certain promissory note with interest cou
pons attached, said note dated May 11th. ISMci. for
the sum of i.7lUKJ. due and pavable June 1st,
said mortgage provided that in case :.ny ot
said notes or coupons are not paid when due, the
whole snm secured thereby may tie declared to be
due and payable: there is now due on said note.
coupons and mortgage the sum of :'.,4.fl ."i for
which sum, with interest from this date, plaintiff
prays for a decree that defendants be required to
pay tne same, or mat said premises may be sold
to satisfy the amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, the 'iath day of May, ltfiXJ.
Dated April 14, 159B.
C. C. Flansburg,
Attorney for Flaintirl.
t '. ' ..... .JJ&isr.i'J
THIS IS A PICTURE OF ONE OF
UNRUH'S 60MPETITI0N KILLERS.
A FINE ANTIQUE BED-ROOM SUITE.
At the Remarkably Low
XN X N
Ten dozen more of those 5 cent chairs just in.
J. I. UNRUH, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker,
OK TLATTSMOUTIT, NEHI1ASKA.
I'tild up Caplt.-il
Offers the very best facilities for the
prompt transaction of
STOCKS, bonds. Bold, eovervment unci loci,
securities Doueht and sold. Deposits re
oeived ii rid Interest allowed on the cerltl
caU'S. Drafts drawn, available In any
part of the U. S. and all the principle
towns of Europe. Collections made and
promptly remitted, lllahest market
price paid for county warrants, state
and county Donas.
11. N lictvcy. !. Ihi" k.mirili
N. Wnnirli. K. E. "VVlilte, '4. K. Inncv
". K. IIut'T, Frf. S. WhlcIi, :lilrr
II. N. Icvy .t-iU t:al!r.r.
are the most powerful, safe prompt and re
liable of this kind in the market. The
oriunal and only genuiue woman's salva
tion. Ask your drusreist if he don't keep
tiietn. w rue dlreet to us and we w ill send
lt direct upon receipt of price. 1. sealed. lv
mail prepaid. Medical ad vice free. JACK-
s0 M Kill CA u CO.. Chicatro. 111., or our
anent. I. L, .Snyder.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
K FOP SALE EV ALL DPUOG T S
5 JACKSON MEDICAL CO. CHICAGO ILL ,
j c60 iO CLAffK ST IMPE.C1AL B'lDXS.
N.B. Don1 take any substitute J
5 with the same name but different s
spelling on which your druggist 5
makes Twice as much - J
BtWARE Of IMITATIONS
An institution tor the Radical cure of Van
rrr and Tu morn Withat the one of s
Knife. Satisfaction iuuranted.
We have never Failed to Effect a perma
nent cure where we have had a reasonable op
portunity lor treatment. Book piving de
scription of our Sanitarium and Treatment,
with terms and references free. Address
UBS. KOIUNMJN KTOtllKR,
The News for 10c.
DR. HECRA'S fc&- VA
Ktors tho Klein to itc nriri--
nul freshncsT, producing ej-jf7?
near ana nemtiiv eom. vfcr.
prepurations and jrfoetly h)irmlp.-s. At all
drnpgists, or mailed forSOcts. Send lor circ-ulur.
VIOLA sk:n SOAP i simply lncomvraM an
kin jiuntrmr tWfij, unua1.-! for lUv tottt. without a
ented. At druwt. Price 2 5 Cntft.
TheQ. C. BITTNER CO., Toledo, jCK
Instant Killer ot Pain.
Internal and External.
Cures RHEUMATISM, NEUUAL-
1. 1 . T .. Un.V Il
. IHwelliiurR, HUtiJolnU, OOL.IC ani!
f .I,.",, L.uuV7 niiuiin,!)! U I r-".
y a v1! ff OKAMP8 instantly. Cholera Mor-
.i-ji3(ftsi' i,,nsi Croap.lliptberia, Sore Throat,
k XTT ;UEADACiIE. as U by magic
THE HORSE BRAND, KXtt
themoKt Powerful nnd PenetrBtmtrl.iuimcntfor Man
or Beast In existence, Large f 1 eizu 5un, Sue eiw 'J&c
JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP.
Medicated nnd Tollot. Tho GreAt Skin Cure and
Face Beautifies La'Jies will lin.i it the must
delicate and hlghtjr perfumed Toilet siop ou
the market. It is absolutely pure. Makes V..r
skin eof t and velvety and rot-tores tim hist com.
filexion? i a luxury fur the Bath l r Infants,
t ulnys itL-tinc, cieiinsiw tlio wuip and promote
the growth ol ti us ''rice 'c Fur eaiti by
CELKB RAT K I J
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PI A ILIOQ Oreans. S3S.OO upwi-rds; wane
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nfJfTJl IUQ I'ianos, tfi'iS upwards: want
UltUfl fliJ Airwnts. Cataloitue free. AU-
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RFATTV'Q I'ianos 1225. OO upwards.
ULl I I I O hor ':it Kill 1 III. ailxfinu
cail, Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, N. J
On finfl UKATTVd organs 35.00
kD kJXJXf mJJ J up. For particulars, cata-
lojue. ;iddr.-ss or call.
Daniei F. Beatty,
Washinjiton, N. J.
or call, Daniel F. Beatty. Washington. N. J.
B. F. BRENDEL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attended, either
DAY or SIGHT.
Price of $14.
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will do if used as a wash accordin todi
rectioc.s; prevent transmission of blood
! Isenses, skin diseaaea, acute and chronic
ulcers, stricture, lissure of the bands and
feet. Eczema. Tetter, ba lt Rheumatism, 1 n -llamatlon
of tbe Mad el er. Diseases of the
bones. Joints and muHCIes. .vpbiletlc In
sanity, Scurvy, Sorofu la la many forms.
The above and a hundred other forms of
disease are traceable directly or Indirectly
to vpbilitlc Blood I'olson for which the
ir. Jack son's Enirllsh Saety Tablets) Is a,
sure pre veutive. and is aaaTe Germ Killer,
rendering contagion hardly possible, henco
its value. If neglected such troubles result
fatally. Mailed anywhere, sealed tl: h.x
boxes for 5. Medical advice free. JACK
SON MEDICAL CO., Chicago. III., or our
agent. I. L. Snyeer.
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GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
in thirty d;iys by a now perfected sc entitle
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beyond human aid. You feel improved the
tirst day: feel a benefit every dav: xkhi
know yourself a Ulnir among men Iu Im.iy.
rrlnd and heart. Drains and losses tniicii.
every obstacle to happy married iin- re
moved. Nerve force, will, energv. hr.tiu
power, when falltnc are restored. If ni
irlected such troubles result fit illy.
Medical advice free. Mailed everwhere.
sealed for tl. ix boxes for .. J li KSi.V
MEDICAL, CO.. Chicago. 111., cr mint ent.
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