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THE NEWS. Kstablshed NOT.5.189L I Consolidated Jan. 1 IftflS.-
THE UK It ALU, Kstablished April 10. 1864. f UOnUOiiaatea Jan. 1.1895..
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., AUGUST 11, 1897.
VOL. V. NO. 03.
AIrT Til K FLAG.
INFORMATION AND OPINIONS.
Be Sure An Attend. x -The
cantata of Esther to be giren
Thureday and Friday evening of this) When Nansen reached the highest
week ia under the direction of Miss I latitude ever attained by an explorer
Swearingen, which fact alone should I k could Bee nothing to the north ex
insure its success. Miss Swearingen cept rugged masses of ice shifting
has spared neither trouble or ex- with the tides. It is now over three
pease, and this most beautiful and weeks since Andree's balloon disap
nathetic oratorio with its-Welv solos peared in tho direction' of that deso-
and stirring choruses will owe a great I late scene. Ex
deal to the gorgeous costumes and
brilliant stace settinfrs that have
been procured to add to its interest.
Another fact that will be interest
ing to music lovers, i9 that the same
oratorio was given here twenty-five
years ago under tho direction of the
celebrated musical "Daker family."
It will be interesting to read tho pro-
grams given below of. "then" and
"now. July 8 and 10, 1872:
Queen..... Miss Ella Crocker
King Mr. J.
Oueem rirst Maid ot Honor
Mri. E. M. Wintersteen
Queen's Second Maid of Honor
Miss Cvnthea Mitchell
Mordecai L. F. lohnson
Hainan Fred M. Dorrintftou 1 ernment.
.-.dean mis. i.. , luiuii . , . . , ,
Zeresh's First Maid of Houor. Miss Frank Myers people severely alone; though Oreat
Zeresh's Second Maid of Honor.. Miss Z Clayton Brilain u called a monarchy, the
...... ...... , ii.uiausi
1'riestess -.Miss Anna Crocker I nnnnl arA nnt rnntrinna n f Vio i n cr irnv
High Priest T. W. Marshall I ...
Mr. frank Kershaw
.Master Dannie Wheeler
"BC"J Master Frank Fottenger
K. li. W indham
....T. W. Evans
Geortre E. linker
urganisi Miss lUl.e bampson
Program August 11 and 12, 1897:
Esther, the Queen Miss Dora Swearingen
Ahasuerus, the King Mr. Clift Wescott
Hainan, the King's Connsellor and Overseer
of the Realm Mr. W. C. Willetts
Mordecai. a Jew Mr. I.. A. Moore
Zeresh. Hainan s wife Miss Clara Street
In ISOl Lincoln called for volunteers
to defond tho flag. Livingston, that
master spirit, noon gathered around
him about one hundred men who
pledged themselves to follow him
wherever duty called. The good
women of this county thought that
the boys ought to hnve a flag, and, for
the nuriiosc of obtaining one, thus
culled a meeting and organized them
selves by electing Mrs. J. I). Simpson
president. Mm. Mosses Dndga secre
tary, and Mrs. Burwell Spurlock
treasurer. A committeo was appointed
to fa n v as for funds. The funds were
raised and tho flag nvtde and pre
dented to the company under the
oaka on Wintersteen hill. Livingston
and his men on their kneos accepted
the Hag. It was the gift of patriotic
women who realized that the men
who had enrolled themselves in the
dofensonof our country needed their
sympathy nod encouragement, and
they took thi9 method of impressing
on the minds of tho men their duty, at
the ftamo time show ng tho devotion
.to the cause of wives, mothers, sis
ters and sweethearts.
All the people were assomblcd on
tho hill. The ceremonies were very
impressive and patriotic. The cir-cum-tancf8,
the memories of this oc
casion is what makes the old Com
pany A flag "a sacred relic," and
this alone. It was never in a battle.
It was never seen by the enemy. We
took tho flag to Omaha with us, but
when our company, together with the
other nine companies, were mustered
into tho United Slates eervice we
became the first regiment of Ne
braska infantry and had no further
use for a company Hug. Asm-thing
but the ivgimental colors are al
lowed iH m regiment we supposed tbut
the Company A flag was sent fcom
Orrahu to I'laltr-moiitli .
Mr-. Well has confuted ill o'd
Company A (lag with our leg.ment
flatr at tho battle of Cape Giranii- ,
Mo. In this battle, whcnjhe I'l.tmy
was J pressing our lines hotly, iho
color liearer let tho colors fall to 'uo
ground, he became rattled, not shot,
but trying to get out of the. way f
rerel bullets. Tho commander see
ing tho flag down, called for someone'
to volunteer to hold it up. It was
then that Comrnde W. S. Wells, as
brave a man as ever stood on the line
of battle, stepped out from his place
in tho ranks, took up the flag and
kept it waving in front until he him
self was shot and wounded; then the
flag was turned over to another and
Wells taken to the hospital. This
flag is now in Lincoln with other war
rol ic. M inoo.
A Clone Call. '
John Weherg is one of tho fellows
Nvho did not loso any money at the
.ei-reuji, and the reason is worth relat
lincr. John was look in r at tho shell
:mn u,!ih nnft-ifned interest, when a I Bnoe9
-- ' I ,i .1 i A 1 , : l
Lkv-lookinrr follow Steoned UD and swollen aim nut, unu geb uu 0-i,..j
- . II I linn t . . , I l ,
rriMd him cordiallv and confiddent- 11 uu u" e
te I 1 A 1 1 9, L T7-
llv told John ho could beat that try ,v.., a rWL-i.BO
if hr, had 10. John rattier liked auu cj
theidea of beatinsr the ' (fame, so he I Cures and prevents swollen and swoat-
told tho follow ho did not have $10 iaS leet, ousters ana cauous spots.
.-.. i.5m ht h hid it at his house. Sieves corns and bunions of all pain
ti r.,iiJr s,,rroStPd that he no and and Kives and comfort. Try it to
uay. aoia oy an aruggisis anu snoe for BUCCossful
for 25 cents,
It is a curious coincidence that Gen
Wolseley should be afflicted with the
samo painful disease as Gen. Grant,
and that, the cause in both instances
was excessive smoking. Medical
authorities should look up the cases
io which too free an indulgence in
cigars has resultod in cancer of tho
It is noticed that the plans for
Queen Victoria's new yacht call for a
craft to cost $1,500,000. Of course
John Bull pays the freight. One good
thing is to be said of the British gov-
and it is that it lets tho
erned at all. But the way the royal
family pull the country's leg ia a cau
tion. It costs as much to run it as it
I does a newspaper; bit it is about a
stand off. after all. The people kocp
up the royal establishment in royal
style and the royal family lets them
alone. It is doubtless a very good
trade for both sides. Ex.
Joaquin Miller is finding a great
1 1 .1 : w i ..... .
ProtS. " t ...... - Mis. Mayme Sullivan
A Median Princess Miss Gene Marshall deal of poetry in the Klondyke rush,
A Persian Princess Miss Florence White .... . , . , . . ' . , . . .
Scribe Mr. T. Frank W iles but all the poetry 13 located at this
Ke8f?ar Mr. Hilt Wescott erjfj 0f tfre trip jw raeat at $o a
High Priest J Mr- B- A- McElwain pourl, j8 pure prose. Ex.
....Mr. G. L. Farley
"1 . ...Kittie Agnew
Queen', Maids of Honor "'."Millie ffil
Southern Nebraska counties are en
joying a large anu profitable peach
. I.loyd Wilson I crop for the third successive year. It
... .Helen Waugh
. .George Tartsch
will bring an immense sum of money
to that part of the strtto
The largest tree in circumfcrerce in
the state, says the Diller Record, is
said to be on the little Clue north of
Fairburv. It measures twenty-four
and one -half inches
The True Remedy.
W. M. Repine, editor Tisttil wn, IH.,
wuioi, oajro. o won b tveco iiuusc i jfiet Rntj gve
without JJr. King's Wew Discovery lor I arounj jt
consumption, cough anu colds. Ex
perimented with many others, but $0 far oniy $2,500,000 of gold duat
ever got the true remedy until we has been brought down from Alaska
used Dr. King' Hew Discovery. INp Within two months Nebrnska, (which
other remedy can take its place in j8lhe on v 8tate that rhymes with
our home, as in it we have a certain Alaska) will send to the market of the
and sure cure for coughs, colds, WOrld,wheat worth $20,000,000 in gold
Whooping cough, etc" It is idle to Moral. Come to Nebraska Ex
experiment with other remedies, I
even if they are urged on you as just I Elm wood had a rain and thunder-
as good as Dr. King's New Discovery. I storm yesterday that wasquite severe.
They are not so good, because this I A bolt of lightning struck the corner
remedy has s record of cures and . be- I of Greenslate's store and did consider
sides is guaranteed. Tt'never fails to I able dumage
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A Grand Opportunity.
Thero are today thousands of young
people on the farms and in tho vil
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A powder to bo shaken into the iftfrfts who aro tied down hv lack of
At this season your feet feel education to work they heartily dis
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If so, the Grand Island Business and
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FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH.
1 w "
Swede Spent Two Tears In Vindicating
His Brother's Honesty. .
"I practiced law once in Silverton,
Colo.," said one of the passengers in
the smoking room of the Pullman, "and
had a case that strnck me as a model
exhibition of faithfulness. A Swede
was mail carri?r over the pass to the
other side of the range. It whs not a
long trip, but it was a severe one, made
on foot and with the danger in winter
from heavy enows added to its diffl
culfy. Andrew carried the mail for a
year, then one day he failed to- reach
home. There were valuable letters in
his sack, and the inference that he had
decamped was strong. On the night he
should have como into Silverton his
brother, fresh 'from Scandinavia and
nnable to speak English, got off the
stage. As county attorney I ' had to
break the news to the boy and stood by
while he wept. ,
"Rewards were offered for Andrew,
and I sent ont parties to search the pass,
but to no effect. A miner claimed to
have seen him a week later in Leadville,
but we got no more trace of him. The
brother refuse to believe that Andrew
had done wrong and spent his days
tramping the canyons searching for his
brother's body. We tried to get him to
go to work, hut he did not yield until
by his shortness of funds ho was starved
to it. In tho summer, when most of the
snow was off, ho searched again, but in
vain. During the winter he worked,
but when the second spring came he re
newed his lonely trampingsnpthe.trail
We thought him demented, but he cared
not for our opinions. One day in Angnst
he walked along irt the base of a cliff
and saw a boot sticking out from some
debris. lie uncovered it, and his search
was ended. That evening he came into
town with the mail sack, much staiufd
but intact, and his brother's coat. The
grave he dug, with the rough stone ho
afterward pnt at its head, is up the
canyon yet. It took two years to vindi
cate bis brother's name, but he did not
begrudge it. When it was done, he went
back to his native land." Chicago
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He Measured Height With a Miner In a
In the course of an article in St.
Nicholas Alary Lillian Hcrr relates the
following characteristic anecdote of
Once while en his way to Washing
ton ns president the train stopped a lit
tle time in tho tcvn of Alleghany, Pa.
Around the station a great crowd gath
ered, eager to see the new president.
They Ehouted and cheered until Lincoln
bad to appear on the roar platform of
his car. He bowed and smiled, but the
crowd was so noisy he did not try to
peak to them.
Very near to the platform stood a
miner, wearing a red shirt and Line
overalls and carrying a. dinner pail.
Like the rest, he,.'iiidtopped hoping to-j
pee Mr. Lincoln. ILe t oik m an was al
most a giant in size and towered herd
and shoulders above the crowd.
No docht he had heard that Linco'.u
also was very tall, and, cr(oura;rd 1 y
the,frieudly face, the workman sudden
ly waved his bare arm above Lis hea '
and called out:
"Hi, there, Abe Lincoln! I'm taller
than you yes, a sigl:t taller!"
This loud speech Fmrcrd the cror. d
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road to success if you are ambitious J by its boldness, and a larpli r.rose. Br.t
and willing to study. It makes no
ditferonce how backward you are pro
vided you aro plucky and mean busi
ness, we teach evervtnlng necessary
start in life. If vou
Mr. Lincoln, leaning loiv.ard with a
good humored Fmile, taid quietly:
"My man, I doubt it in fact, I m
sure ! am the talhrr. However, come up
and let's mr.isuro."
The crowd uade way and tho workman
rt. it. and. with sumo winninirs in
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. , i i - t n . - . in r i c i .1 ii i naivarTAa ... - .
;rhi .Tr.hn went stra ffht home and """ " p""fc are snort ol money we will accept a climbed to the platform and stood buck
I . ah r i-ti .1 T 1 I
was soon back with the cash. He was r K-tv uuress, ivuen o. uimsneu, i pood nole without interest for tuition I to back with tho president elect. Eat h
iust about to hand over his $10, when 14oy' N- - I or i f necessary we will furnish every- put np a hand to see whoso head over
i i... .... . .
i t :i i in..nnn nrhn hnnnAtiAf trt nA 1 ThiTn la m fun., rr k'rrlr limn? tuition, nojirfl . linn rtnoka find
Will i,imnn, " t I 1 I n I . - . ii
st indinrr near, tapped him on the Who aro injured by tho uso of coffee. eive you time to graduate and pay Jictor, ior im a ul niiuwuiud
si.uiuin "l' ! I .... . , . I . . r J I hn tnrtiprl a;:l ofTored his hand to his
shoulder and gave him a pointer that uecentiy mere nas Deen piacou in an or same aiterwaros. liusiness, Wor- rival Hayil)g cordially:
caused him to put tho money back in the grocery stores a new preparation mal and Shorthand courses. Board ..T bought you were mistaken and I
his pocket. A moment more anu I caueu viranii-v, mauo ii puro yriims, 191.00 per wees, rsiaoiisnea is years. 1 wag right, bnt I wished to be sure and
John would have been $10 poorer as I that takes tne place 01 coffee. 1 he I College Record sent free or cata-J to have you satisfied. However, we ato
most delicate etomach receives it logue for 0 cents in stamps, This I friends any way, areut we?"
without distress and but few can tell is vour chance of a lifetime. Will Grasping the outstretched hand 111 a
vigorous grip the workman repiiea
In county court of Cass county. Nebraska.
In th5 matter of the estate of John Hons, de
ceased. Henry M. Hons, Nellie Vowel and all
other persons interested in said matter are here
by notified that on the 31st day of July, lsy7,
Henry M. Bons filed a petition in said county
court alleging, among other things, that John
lions died on the 12th day of July. A. 1). 197,
leaving no last will and testament, and possessed
of real and personal estate in said county of the
estimate value of l.txw.txt, and that the above
named constitute all the persons interested in
the estate of said deceased, and praying for ad
ministration thereof. Vou are hereby notified
that if you fail to appear at said court on the 7th
day of September, 1.HU7, at 11 o'clock a. m., and
contest said petition, the court will appoint
Henry M. lions, or some other suitable person,
administrator, and proceed to a settlement of
Witness my hand and the seal ot said court.
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this, the 10th day of
August, A. D. l!S97.
LbealJ George M. Spurlock,
OK IM.ATTSMOUTIT, NEBRASKA
I'ald up Capital ...
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prompt transaction of
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If but a chile, no more,
Protects all in full security
Who enter Fricke's drug store.
Every customer is safely guarded
by absolute purity, absolute accuracy,
and the lowest prices compatible with
purity. Whether medicines which
may . save life, or only unimportant
things are needed,makef no difference
with. Fricke. You will get the very
best, be waited on with equal care,
od pay the very lowest price at
which pure goods can bo sold.
F. G. FRICKE & CO..
.SOUTH SIXTH STREET.
well as wiser.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska,
In the matter of the estate of Simeon S. Long,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
estate, before me, county judge of Cass comity,
Nebraska, at the county court room in flatts
mouth in said county, on the 4th day of Septem-.
ber, A. I). 17. on the 4th day of November,
181)7. and on the 4th day of March. 1S97, at
o'clock a m., each day for the purpose of pre
senting their claims tor examination, auiiistmeut
and allowance, bix mouths are allowed lor the
creditors ol said deceased to present their claims
and one year for the administrator to settle said
estate, ir'-i me in uay 01 epiemuer, iroi.
This notice shall be published in the semi-
Weekly News-Herald for four weeks successively
nrior to the 4th dav of September. Ih97.
Witness mv hand and seal of said county
court at I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, this 10th day
of Auguust, ixt7.
,c.iv OEOKGE m. .-furlock.
lsea" County Judge.
"Yes, Abe Lin col u aa long
It .Sure Antl Attend.
The people of this city should re
member the old settlers' reunion at
n,.;nn Wnrinesdav and Thursday
next. On Wednesday ' there will i, dacktge
addresses in the morning oy. xvev. i. i Kzcnrniou to Hot Springs, s. U.,
Folden and Hon. E. W- Pollard, and Tuesday, Aucr. 3. $17.15 for the round
in the afternoon by Gov. Ilolcomb, E. I trip from Plattsmouth. Tickets good should attend. The program is equal I states that for twenty-tivo lyears his
a i.'ii.trinU- r.rxv T.. Parlev and t.n r a turn until Srnt. 2 Thn hnit.et. ti,a hod nf ihn 117 fh r. .,, who nas oeen a suuerer irom rneum-
It. Woloh. On Thursday morning month of the year is still to come, nrourtfms. TenU raHV be rented at atism. A few nights ago she was in
Hon. J. Sterling Morton will deliver Spend it in the Black Hills. Bathe small expense
It from coffee. It does not cost over i jyou let it slip by. Address,
as much. Children may drink it with A. M. Hakgis. President.
great benefit. 15 cts. and 2 cts. per I Grand Isiand, Neb.
Trr it. Auk for Hrain-O.
no iiriiiniiKit iw ui i ii Awirmuij
Will be held at Lincoln park, Lin
coln, Au. 3-10. Every Epworthian
The Uent Kemedy For Kheumatlsin.
(From the Fairhavcn, N. Y.. Register.)
Mr. James Ilowland;)f this village,
Spring?, see beautiful Sylvan lake, tection day and night. One far for
make the side trip to Spear fish and
you will return home with the know
ledge that nowhere could you have
had a pleasanter holiday. For full
information, call at B.-& M. ticket
M. W. A. l'icnlc. Crete, Neb., Aug. 18. .
For the Modern Woodmen uicnio
at Crete, Neb., Aug. 18, the Burling
ton route offers a rati of fare and one-
third for the round trio from Points ling up the constitution aud
- i ... i i l.
within 100 miles of Crete. Tictcets on ffiVfi in itratiV as much good
sale Au?. 18. and erood to rotnrn a Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
a v . Send lor Hst of testimonials.
. i"-""! .Hjon ar-l Address. F.J. henev ctCo.. Toledo.O.
ranged, ana a gooa time is promised 1 tJsoia by uruggists, i5c
ull who attend. For full Information
call at B. & M. depot.
an address, and in the afternoon J ia the mammoth plunge bath at Hot of shade.
speeches will bo made by Rev. H. C
Harmon, Judge llvmsey, Judge Spur
lock, W. H. Dearing and others.
Thero is a fine grove there in which
tho meetings will bo held.
linn Club Practice.
The woekly shoot of the gun club
took place down near the depot last
evening, it having been postponed
Thursday evening on account of rain.
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Good boating. Plenty 8Ucn Pain lnal sne was neany crazy
Grounds under police pro-
trip via the Burlington
lOO Reward SlOO.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
She sent Mr. Rowland for the doctor.
but he had read of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and instead of going for
the physician he went to the store and
secured a bottle of it. His wife did
not approve of Mr . Rowland's purchase
To whom it may concern.
You are hereby notified that on the 4th day ot
November, A. D., 1H5, fettibone apd Nixon
purchased at public tax sale, at the court house
in Plattsmouth. Nebraska, for the delinquent
taxes ot the year 1HV4, amounting to ..tI, and
naid subsequent tax lor tne vears iswana ISO,
which, with the interest, amounts to the sum of
f7f.l- on the following property: The south
half and northwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter ot section . town 10. range I-. east, assessed
in tli vein 1 and IHN-V in the name of '1. I
lameson. and in the vear lXl to Tidball and
Fuller. They also purchased as above tor de
linquent taxes OI Iff- amounting in aim
nai.l suhseoucnt tax for the years X and lSftHi.
which, with the interest amounts to the sum of
iMH.HOon the following: The southeast quarter
ot the southwest quarter ot section li. town is
range 11. east, assessed in the years 1S4M, l!.5
aud IWMS, in the name ot Annie O Kourlte. all in
Cass county and state of Nebraska. The time
ol redemption from each of said tax sales will ex
pire on the 4th day ot November. 1W.
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that science has been able to cure in all its - , . , , , . , ,
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is the only Positive cure known to the medical tiroe wa8 able to go to sleep. Cho now
case, requires a constitutional tr
Catarrh Cure is taken inteVnall
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r. artincr rl;r..ti I Pr .... i roadway, needle beams, to be lone enuueh to
r J I - ,. . ... a, ri .. a l I . . : 1 ii. I . I .)
jrtaces of tie svs- I Or a pain anu. u uu iua. ib ainajo. low a iuut iutn siucwata-. oirincis anu noon
foundation of the I t u- r . v. . .a: to be JxlS, sott pine. Bridge to be built on
?trenrth bv builrl- Kve reiiei. uo . " ....- tubeing. Biddeis must furnish plans
a3i.Ii3tin-r n.tnr. in I I . . . . Ii ; Ii a- ucin avap tn 11 1 f .DCLURHIIUUS. aim K LCUIIICU (.nct-K lur IIMI IllU
Notice to Uriclge Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received at the office of th
county commissioners until noon on the lHth
dav of Aucust. I!"tf7. for the erection and com
arrnmnanv parh birl, Tli rnmniimiiriilrH rv
The 1.5 and cent serve the right to mject any or all bids.
,...J fl..r.. i rv-
izes for sale by all druggists. Attest: James Robertson. County Clerk
Excursion to Hot Springs, 8. D.
,riday, August 20, $17.15 for the
Try Oraia-oi Try Grain-Ol 1 rouna inp irom Plattsmouth. Tickets
Ask j'our grocer today to show you I good to return nntil Sept. 19. Take
a package of Grain-O, the new food I advantage of the above low rate to
drink that takes tho place of coffee., visit the Black Hills. Bathe io the
The children may drink it without in- mammoth plunere bath at Hot Springs,
jury ns well as the adult. All who try see beautiful Sylvan lake, make tho
it, like it. Grain-O ha3 that rich side trip to Spearfish and you will re
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is turn home with the knowlege that no
made from pure grain, and the most where could you have had a pleas
delicate etomach receives it without anter holiday. For full information
distress, i tho price of coffee. 15c call at B. & M. ticket office.
and 25 cts. per package. Sold by all!
Cass Comity Dairy.
R F. Dean has again taken charge
Moles have been quito numerous 1 of the Cass County Dairy and will be
this summer doing considerable! pleased to serve his old customers and
damage to gardens and lawns. 1 ney I also others desiring pure mil, ne
aro generally hard to catch, but W. J will also furnish' cream and butter
W.Coates St Co. have a trap that gets milk when desired. Your patronage
them the "Reddick," price $1.25. : is solicited. .
w v. y i irt-N
Is the most dangerous of all
Kidney Diseases. Pains in the
I7V Back, Irregularities in the Urine,
fj I swelling ot tne umcs or xxo
I 1 domen are the first symptoms
Dr. J. H. McLEAM'S
LIVER AND UDfO BALL!
Has proven, in thousands of cases and :br many years,
to be the Peerless Remedy for this dreaded disease
For sale everywhere. Price. i.o per bottle.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
STOCKS, bonds, rfold, coverement and loti.
securities nousht and sold, lie posits re
eei ved and interest allowed on the i-nri ri
Catea. Drafts flrawn, avallabid In any
part of the U. . and all tho principle
towns of Kurope. 'Jol lections iua.ue aud
promptly remitted. Hlzhest market
price paid for county warrants, state
ana county Donas.
N. Oavey. U. llwkworth
K. Viaagh, F. E. White, rt. K. lo-ey
Geo. E. Dovey, Pres. S. WaCRh, Cashier
II. N. Dovey Asst. Cashier.
JAMES .W. SAGE,
Our stock Is complete in all lines and we
tovlte onr friends to look it ovcr. We wll
ndoavor to please you. Call and see us.
The best of rigs furnished at all hours and his
prices are always reasonable. The most
convenient boarding stable for far
mers in the city
STREIGHT C SATTLER.
(Successors to i.iji.ry Boeck.
DR. ALFRED SHIPWAN,
Eye, Ear and
Spectacles and Eye Glasses Fitted
by the New and Improved Method.
All points west.
Specilic treatment for nil Chronic
and private diseases. All medi
cine furnished, and a cure guar
anteed. If your local doctor has
failed to cure you, consult a phy
sician of prreater experience.
Consultation atoflice, or by mail
OFFICE 1411 Itcnst Street, One Itlock
South of M. P. Depot.
t3TAddress Box 22, Plattsmouth, Neb.
A splendid liu just received; slso the
most complete anri -..tyant line of Plain
and Decorated Chinaware ever brought
to the cit;amay be found at the store of
First Door East of Court House.
The Best in Groceries.
Missonr Coal, Oenuinc Canon City C'oa
Leave wrlr r
al F. S. TO'
St. Louis and all
points East and
5 2" pni
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No 20. Local express dally, St Joe,
Kans;is. fct lxuis. all poinu
south Q: a
No 4. Loeal exo. dally, HurllnRton,
C'tiiciiifo, all points east 10:24 am
No 111. Local exp, daily except Sun-
day , iiuw iu
No 92. Local exp. daily except sun-'
lay. racttie Junction piu
No3t). Freii-tit, dally except Sunday
racine Junction suki pui
No 2. Vestibuled exp, daily. Bur
lington, (JlucaKO ana an
oointseast 5J0 pm
No. 1 stub from Junction to Flai.ts-
Noli Local exp, daily. St Joe. Kan
sas uuy. M l-ouis. uuicaio
all Doiuts east and south.. 825 Din
No 5w Local exp. daily.Oinaha. Lln.
coin, Ucnver ana interme
diate st at-ions 7:32 am
N'olU, Local freitcrit, daily. Oinahu. 8:50 am
No 'Z'X Local freight, dally, ex Sun
day, Cedar Creek. Louis
ville, boutli UenQ 7:37 am
No 7. Fast mall, dally, ODiaba and
Lincoln 2:22 pm
No 3, Vestibuled exp, dally, Den
ver and si 1 1 points In Colo
rado. Utah and California.
Urand Island. Black Htlla.
Montana and Pacific N. VV.
No 9. Local exp, dally except Su -
any. uuisvuie. Asnianu,
No-U. Iocal exp, daily except Sun
day, Omaha and Lincoln..
Nn 17. I.iwal exnress. hunday only.
Omaha 5:27 pm
No 73. KreiKht. daily, Louisville... 9 05 pm
Sleeping, dlninz and reel mine chair cars
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold
and bapgane vbecked to a.nj ooiot In the
United States or Canada.
For information, time tables, maps and
tickets call or write to
V. L. PICKETT, Atrent,
J. FRANCES. Gen. l'ass. Astt..
M. F. TIME CAKD.
TRAINS GOING KORTH,
No. 12S1 Fast freight S.10 a.m
No.9 ' M ?! a-m
No. 12L local freight 111
TRAINS OOIRQ BOCTD. -
...10.52. p. m
7.35 a. ta
4 (M p. m
No. 133 Fast froljrnt
No. 12'i local freight
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