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IIIIHT l!Y A HANI) GAH
CITY AND COUNTY.
KLONDIKE GOSPEL BOYS
Foreman Koley Run
Near South I 'end.
II HA I) CUr AM) I JACK INJUKliD
Will llf I If I l' for Hum Tl m Thn
4 IiiIi;iii M lin:iry on v'li I Ion
S.i url it J.i'-iiMfl to Kuti tt
I i rry on llif 111 M'.
I- rom V"lnisiliiyM Dally
Injnrail lly n ll.inil Car.
P.Urii k mi'tion fonMiia.ii lit
South lir.id, w;in trourit in on the
Si'IuhI m ji ims Miyop lIiU morning coti
Hid :i;ib!y ir;ju tl and ut from lilivinf
l);.!ii run uvcr by ii h mil car. With
two oj bin inoti Mr. Foley was pump
i 1 1 bis liatiil car ut a very mod
el site h:cl when I bo lever broke, and
tlio foreman foil backward upon tho
track in front of tho car. Tno car
as.-cil ovur hia t'oily, mid ho was con
Tho accident occiirnd about four
miles west of South Iond. The Schuy
ler train caino iilon soon and tho in
jured m in was put aboard and brought
to this city. When a physician was
secured it w;:s loarnod that Foley had
received two bad cuts in the head one
on tho rijjht side and one on the back
of the head and was also injured in
tho back. It was necess iry.to tako
several btitcbes in e icli cut, upon his
he. id. No bones wi re broken, but tho
man fuars bo is injjiod internally,
lie, is now at th I 'or kirn hou-o wluvo
he is iiUoiy to . i tn ttn fors .me time.
Foley lias two children lively
HKiwn; his vvifi! is ilecoiimd.
W E UNES D A V
A. II. Woekbch roturned from Iin
coin last niht ut 1'2:'.'A) o'clock. IIo
reports his nephew as very low and it
is doubtful if ho cm recover.
Hen Iforninj,' is ready to fctart a
iiioiiatrorii'. lie was in town this uioru
intf and reported tho capture of two
more foxes, making Hvo in all. lie
ought to join hands with Johnnie
Jt-esim who captured a don of young-
'ray wolves Sunday.
Mrs. A. II. (J raves of Hock III u IT
Precinct at.d Mrs. S C. Anthony of
this city drove ten miles over in Iowa
today to bo with their father Joel
Homer, who is HO ye ira old tod ly hiv-
ing been born May 4 ISOHin Tennessee,
A Hand of Kali or torn Knruute to I lie
Tho Klondike (Jospel club which ar
rived in tli Is city yesterday from Union
held an informal meeting last-night
at tho M. K. church, but owing to tho
inclement weather and tho brief notice
of their arrival only a small audience
greeted them. This is a novel, yet
earnest, body of men who aio making
their way to tho Alaska gold fields to
establish a mission for tho disscomina
tion of tho gospel of Christ and to
look after and caro for suffering men
who go to that desolate region in
search of gold. List night's service
was brief but interesting and tonight
another meeting will bo held to which
all are invited. It will bo strictly an
He lived for many years in Illinois and evangelistic service and will bo highly
has since 1M51 resided in Mills county.
Iowa. He is in rood heallh and to see
tho dawn of tho next century.
Al. Dor ri nor ton is a lirst lieutenant
in tho stato milish.
W. H. lloil was attonding to busi
ness in Omaha today.
Mrs. Celia Shrvock was a Lincoln
passenger this morning.
Tho editor of tho She! ton Clipper
was unpointed Postmaster of that
J. Randolph Cox, the enterprising
Louisville hardware merchant is in
tho city on business today.
Ceorgo Proncrer married a woll-to-
do lady in Line..; n a ytai or two ago
a'id i9 taking life sy in that city.
M. S. Kerr, el V son of IJ. C. Kerr
wont lo Lincoln tbis mo'-nirg to see if
ho could enlist with iho volunteers.
Hobort Have - ..- n.e home from Lin
coln today tog i things in readiness
with th Nebraska
for his departu
An I tilt rt hi iiin Mt-vliiK.
The semi-annual con ve'i ti m of tho
si eoii'l missionary district N. t'. M. S.,
convened at tho Chiistian church in
this ciiy yesterday afternoon, and will Omaha this morning to consult Dr
continue until Thursday evening. Tho'
session opened at 12 o'clock yesterday
with an o.h oliim-nt of about seventy-
McGni e wr;s in tovn yester
day fr m II i clock and went to
live answ'ci id to roll cull. At 7:30 a
devotional meeting was held, led by
Iiev. IJiiiry, at. tho close of which
Pnsidcnl Dungan took the chair.
J ml go A'-eher delivored a neat, well
formed address of welcomo to tho vis
iting delegates. Ho spoke in glowing
terms of the healthy condition of tho
church in this city, and informed tho
visitors that they were welcome and
guarantee 1' they would be royally en
tertained in this, ono of the most hos
pitable, orderly and enterp -ising cit
ies in Nebraska.
Rev. Henry of C reon wood respond
ed on beh; If ol lie; d ! gales in a very
entertaining sir.i ii. He w,-is pleased
to bear the ju i.;e sp in such glow
ing term - of bis home city, mid took
occasion to pay a few compliments to
his hometown. He stated that Green
wood bad concluded to give up the
light against its neighboring city, Lin
coln, in the matter of population, and
was satislied that the town was all
right anyway, composed of good, true
After a song K dor Bright of Beat
rice, secretary of the society, was in
troduced, and delivered an able ad
dress. He stated that the church and
society throughout the stato was in a
nourishing condition, but that the so
ciety needed funds, and urged the
urged the friends to come to its aid.
Elder Bright is an able man, and a
very interesting sneaker.
Today's session wvs marked with
more than usual inti-.io.-t.
At !) o'clock devotional exercises
wore led by J. T. Smith, followed by
enrollment of delegates, appointment
of committees and gen ral c invention
At Wr.'.U) Win. Sumptcr of Lincoln,
editor of the Christian News, ono of
lb-- f jrcmost men of tho state in Chris
tian .work, delivered an able address,
folio -.vi d by J. T. Smith, in a few time
ly sugestf j1 thoughts.
This iifternoon's urogram as follows:
2:0,) Devotional Mrs. Schildknecht.
2:-0 Heading minutes; reports of aux
iliaries; reports of Juniors and Minion
bands;miseellaneous business. 3:00
paper, Mrs: Jennie "Wiles recitation,
Miss L. Twiss; paper. Miss Amanda
Hogue; paper, Mrs. A. W. Henry, ad
dress, Mrs. O. M. Hiiiies.
At tonight's session Eider H. A.
Lemon of Lincoln, who conducted sncb
a successful revival meeting here
about two mo itha ago, will deliver a
leetuie. All rro invited to attend
lie (Jet a license.
There was a lively timo at
county commissioneis'ollice this morn
ing on tho hearing of the application
of Peter Nord for a license to operate
a cable ferry across the P.atto river
at La Platte. J. W. Thomas has a
license and has been operating a ferry
there for some time, but Nord wanted
to put in a ferry in order to accumu
late a few shekels which Thomas was
gathering in from the traveling pub
iic. Nord put in a strong petition
and represented to the board that
Thomas had not for several weeks
kept his fer.y iu operation so that
people could cross at all seasonable
hours. A number of witnesses were
examined on Doth s.'Jts and after hear
ing tho case and giving it careful
consideration the board voted unani
mously to give Noid a license on the
ground as statt d that Thomas had not
given the pubiie proper service and
thin tbey have two ferries at La
Piatle. The rate of ferriage for teams
was fixed at 50 cents for the rourd
trip. This latter action was taken in
order to prevent cutting in prieo be
tween tho t o men. There is likely to
bo a hot strife between thn parties
fro u now on.
Old p.iers for s:ie at this ollico.
GilTord tho oculist.
Frank Green of tho Journal will be
homo from Lincoln this afternoon to
make preparations for his departure
with tho volunteers.
The Hag will bo taken down from
tho court houso and repaired. It will
bo run up again until peace is declared
and the county will buy a new one for
times of peace.
WviiD Tabor of Alliance carao in
Tuesday night for a visit with rela
tives. He repo ts George Fairfield
much better and hopes for his early
recovery are entertained.
P. C Engell arrived Friday noon
from Michigan, where he went last
week, takin' tho remains of his
brother from California to that state
for interment. Union L dger.
August Gordo.- is the owner of one
of tho most promising road horses in
the county, which b -rat 2:-".0 without
any training. Tno animal is of high
pedigree, and is now in training at
When tho wheels of Justice lag,
Judge II. D. Barr spits on his hands
and goej to work hanging paper for
Sawtelle. He h is an arti9tic eye, and
is said to b an extra line workman in
this lino, and is als a cart iago painter
When the paper and painting business
get slack he will resume the bench,
and deal out a pure XXX brand of
Married iu Omaha.
From Wednesday's Daily
Paul Wurl, an old timo Plattsmouth
boy was married in Omaha at 4 o'clock
this afternoon to Miss Eda, the accom
plished daughter of Philip Andres.
The bride is ono' of Omaha's popular
and most prepossessing young ladies,
fully deserving the young man she
has chosen, who is one of Plattsmouth's
very best. The groom grew to man
hood here and a more exemplary, in
dustrious young n.an would be hard
to find. The parents and brothers of
the groom went to Omaha this morn
ing to attend the wtdding which will
bo quite a social affair, owing to the
prominence oT the brides parents in
the metropolis. Paul is in tho employ
of tho Union Pacific railway at their
Omaha shops and will reside in Omaha.
The News and scores of Plattsmouth
friends extend heartiest congratula
tions and best wishes.
entertaining and frought with much
gool to the spiritual and intellectual
m-tn. Below wo give a brief sketch of
the men composing the club:
C tpt Alex do Soto, tho leader, is a
lineal descendant of the explorer who
first discovered tho Mississippi. He
fought under Garibaldi through the
South American and Italian cam
paigns. He has been ongagod in tho
manufacturo of fi-.ncy leather goods in
New York City, and in his absence
tho works are left in cnargj of a man
ager. lie is o years old.
Mr. F. J. Bayles, 40 years old, was
for six years a member of tho Koyal
Dragoons, tho crack cavalry regiment
of the British army. Ho fought all
through tho Transvaal and Boer wars
and has been living in America for
about ten years. Mr. Bayles is a gen
tleman of commanding . appearance
and highly educated, being a gradu
ate of Trinity college, Stratford-on-
Avon, the homo and burial place of
the groat dramatist, Shakepearc. IIo
is known as the singing evangelist of
G irner was, prior to his conversion,
an all-round tough and prize fighter.
For over ten years ha has been fight
ing against sin in the slums of New
Semoriton is an evangelist from
Portland, Mo. IIo was trained for
the work in tho Moody Biblical insti
tute, Chicago. IIo is a typical Yankee,
tall and thin as are the proverbial
pino trees of his native state.
Kellogg, who is tho youngest man
in tho party, is an accomplished musi
cian. JJe joined the band in St. Louis.
where his father is pastor of the
Denverside Congregational church.
Paynter is president of tho Rescue
league of the Christian Herald Mis-
sum ana is the advance representa
tive of the band.
Ketief In Six Hours
Pistrossing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "Tiite
Gkkat South American Kidnky
CL'UE." It is a reat surprise on ac
count of its exceeding promptness in
relieving pain in bladder, kidneys and
back, in male or female. Relieves
retention almost immediately. If you
want quick relief and cure, this is the
remedy, isold by uering iV Go., Drug
gist, Plattsmouth, Neb.
A C8tt County ISuy.
The correspondent whose nnmo is
given as Holmes and who has not been
heard of for several days after taking
his life in his handsby entering Havana
to get news for his paper is supposed
to be Arcie Holmes, a brother of Mrs.
uagnea or mis city, ivrcnie spent a
few years here in the early "JO's and
was for a time employed on the Repub
lican. I or some time he has been at
Pensacola, Florida, and ho visited Ha
vana last fall. His filks here heard
from him last about two months sgo
and then he said he expected to go to
Cuba as a correspondent for a New
York paper. The dispatches do not
give the first name of tho mis-jing man
but call him Correspoodent Holmes,
so it is net known to a certainty that it
is he but his people fear that it is.
Weeping Water Republican.
A Vnrni Friend.
Foey's Colic Cure is very hot, but
when diluted it is a warm friond in
deed to those suffering from bowel
complaints. It never fails. 5c and
50c. Smith & Parmole and F. G.
Fricke & Co.
Will Knlnrse Their Sanctuary.
The Christian church people are
making arrngemo-its to enlarge their
church edifice. Pi ms have been drawn
for extending the building twelve feet
east and sixteen f--et north and when
completed the building will have
double the seating capacity it now has.
A committee has been appointed to
raise funds and building operations
are expected to begin in the very near
future. Our Christian brethren are
energetic in their work and very de
voted to the cause of tho Master and
we are pleased to note this evidence of
their prosperity and to s e their ear
nest labors yeilding such abundant
Dr. ThoniitH Cleared.
Judge Spurlock finished his hearing
n the cases of thi state vs. Thomas &
Wolfe and Dr. Davis of Union charged
with il egal sel.ingof intoxicants, to
day and Lound Dr. Davis and Mr Wolfe
over to tho disti iot court in the sum of
$500 each. Dr. Thomas was released
ha having shown that ho was out of
the state at. tho tiin-; tho liquor is al
leged to have bceu sold. Both men
gave boud for their appearance.
liukleiiM .iruim tv-Uve.
Tho ber-t salve in the world for cuts,
burns, 60res, ulcers, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, tetter, chappep h.mds, chil
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piU, or no piij
required. It is gu irantetd lo ji'e
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Pyice 25 cents per box. For ;;e b
F. G. Fricke.
To Orgauize Artillery.
Judge Spurlock has applied to the
Adjutant General Barry for enlistment
rolls and authority to organize a com
pany of artillery in this city. He ex
pects to receive the documents by
every mail, and will then proceed to
the organization. About twenty young
gentlemen have informed Mr. Spur
lock that they wish to enlist, and it is
thought a company can bo easily
raised here. Any ono wishing to en
list should apply at the county judge's
are they who while suffering from
Kidney Diseases are prejudiced
against all advertised remedies. They
should know that Foley's Kidney Cure
is not a quack remed-, but an honest
guaranteed medicine for Kidney and
Bladder troubles. Smith & Parmele
and F. G Fricke & Co.'s.
The I irt White Child.
CltirPI.H Cukkk, May, 3, ''JS. Mi:.
Polk Siu: In looking over a copy
of tho EVKNINO NKWSof May lth, I
saw a notice of tho death of Mrs. T.
J. Thomas, iu which you say she was
tho first white femalo born in Cass
county. That is a mistake. Missllency
P. Todd, daughter of A. J. Ted l and
myself (he was my lirBt husband), was
born July 0, 1S55, and as Mrs. Thomas
was not born until Feb. 27th, 1S.V5, it
shows that Miss Doncy Todd ws seven
months and IS days older than Mrs.
Thomas. L. il. Todd and his wife
both know that Doncy is tho oldest.
We wero living in tho sanitj hai-e
when she was born. In August I
moved onto tho piece of land now-
owned by Henry Ei kenbary . and at
th.it timo Mrs. 'homis was not boin;
but on tho 27th day of February, 1S".(,
she was born. It does not m aue much
difference who was first, but if there
is any honor attached to it I claim that
honor for my daughter. There was a
girl born to Henry Shafcr and wife
about the middle of Juno, ISjo, but as
she did not livo vory long it left my
daugjiler to bo tho lirst ono that lived.
Tho first boy was a son of Mr. IIow
dorshell, but it died in few hours. Tho
next was Nebraska Stephens, son of
William Stephens, who lived to bo a
man, and moved onto the Solomon riv
er, Kansas, and wnue more was bitten
by a mad wolf, and died of hydropho
bia. Tho first boy born in tho corpor
ation of the city of Plattsmouth, was
Fred Mickelwaito. The lirst girl was
Lottie Vallery, (the wife of Hon. F. E.
Whito.) She was born the last of Aug
ust or first of September, 1855.
Respectfully, Eliza Pkttit.
Shake into Your SIioch.
Allen's Foot Ease, a powder for tho
feet. It cures painful, swollen, -smart
ing nervous feet and instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions. It's
tho greatest comfort of the nge. Al
len's Foot-Ease makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure
for sweating, callous and hot, tired,
aching feet. Try it today. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores. By
mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package FREE. Address Allen S.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
The Koys Will Kniist.
Word comes from Lincoln to tho
effect that Robert Hayes, Frank John
son, Charlos Searles, Guy Livingston
and Frank Green have been accepted
members of company M. of tho 2d
regiment Nebraska volunteers known
as the Holcomb guards, and that they
will be mustered into the service as
soon as tho physical examinations a
d. B. Cecil Jack, Hiram Robine.
Charley and Ed Spencer will go to
Lincoln this afternoon expecting to
get into the same company. I his
means that the boy.-, will more than
likely see tervico at the front unless
the war should ba brought to a spt-cJy
close by a sweeping naval victory at
the hands of Commodore Sampson .
Kleetric ICitterH. .
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed when the languid, ex
hausted feeling prevails, when thi
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and - alterative is felt
A prompt use of this medicine has
often abated long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing tho pystem from the malar.;al
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness, yield to Electric
Bitters. Fifty cents and $ 1 bottles at
F. G. Fricke '8 drug store. 1
AS SHOWH 01! PAPER
Tho Cuban Army Toots Up
Twenty Thousand Men
Armed vitjj Rifles.
OUR ARMY MEN AUE SKEPTICAL.
School district No. 1, south of town,
which has two school houses, has an
enro'lment of over 100 in actual at
tendance. It is doubtless the banner
country district in tho county. Miss
Cora Walker is torching the north
school and Miss Olive Horning teaches
the south school near the EiKenbary
M. L. Yoeum, Cameron, Pa., snys "I
was a sufferer for ten years, trying
all kinds of pile remedies, but without
success. Do Witt's Witch H:izel Salve
was reccommend to me. I used one
box. It has effected a permanent
cure." A a permanent cure for piles
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no
equal. F. G. Fricke & Co.
And fancy Game Bantams for s le; also
eggs for setting. Enquire of illmrn
Gilmour, or leave orders at Egenber
ger & Troop's, where souio of the
chickens mav be seen.
Children like it, it saves their lives.
We mean Ooe Minute Cough Cure,
the infallible remedy for coughs,
oolds. crouo. bronchitis, grippe, and
all throat and lung troubles.
Fricke & Co.
Saturday, May 7lh, the Nebraska
troops are to be reviewed by the gov
ernor and staff. Flag presentation to
Nebraska National Guards. The B. &
M. will make the rate of one f ire for
round trip. Tickets good to return
At Smith & Parmele's and F. G.
Fricke & Co.'s drug store, a marvelous
cure for all kidney complaints, nerv
ous exhaustion and female weakness.
It is Foley's Kidney Cure.
When Weak, Weary and Wanted
from Kidney Diseases, why not try
Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed
medicine. Smith & Parme'.e and F. G.
Fricke & Co.
weiler & Lutz.
soap at Zuck-
From America's largest Tailoring
House, with a full line of samples, will
be at Eisen the Clothier's May 10th,
1898. Call and examine samples.
Our new telephone is No. 85. Call us
Investigation shows that men who
succeed are men of trains strong
nerves great will-power. Ordinary
food cannot suppiy the vital forces
which people with active brains and
bodies require. Bicola Pills feed the
nerves make tho mind bright, mus
cles strong make flesh and bljod and
give perfect health to Men nod Wo
men. The Tuunehs ok Phila
delphia, make Bicola Pills
J E Uuckey, chief cleric National Hotel, Wash
ington, D C, testifies that he was all run Uuwn
was a shadow cf his former self Wicola I'ills
gave hi ui 'wonderful relief-he gained over
twenty pounds after using them.
Selling Agent for I'lattHmont h and Cass
County, F. O. FRICKE & CO.
Turners Little Liver Turners A very
small pill. Turn your liver. Cure sick head
ache Biliousness Indigestion.
Io t Iti'llrr tho Jnnl t Can Flnil 4.000
KoMNth-Sji tulidi iuiiloiit TriiK-rai lo in
Had sliiijw at IliiruoH A y res A t !-in t lo
Itilll-.-:iU (lit- .M:ilin. Ti-;i;;-ily on Auntrlit
ri((iircs mi lli t :.!,t trtln War uh l ur
h Wr 11 i ;iih-.
Washington. May 5. No .m lal Infor
mation lias jt-t In i n r-c iv-d from the
." tits of the fTovcrnmmt who went to
Cuba to ascertain the strength and
availability of tlie Insurant army. Thi
hest advisid clla ers of the army are
Very tkilial about the Insurant
troojis. Tho belief Is Ftri.n?r in army
eircl-s that neithtr (bnr.cz nor Garcia
can actually produce more than 3,000
or 4,i:(ii men, and that it will take two
or three wo.. J-v to concentrate that num
ber. The rcpivKer.taiives of the Cuban
junta irnhc a ;re:it tOiowiiiK on paper
and claim there are at this time be
tween ::.,,((() and "0,0(0 Cubans In the
iii-iii. i ney foin.it mat inese troops are
not fully (-n-Jt.pi d with arms and am
inumii n. but insist that the r; b 1 forces
have ali zeth.-r about i;(,(mkj Ib-minton
liflcH. These estimates by tho junta
are discredited by army nun, who have
imormaiion irnm a variety or sources
w hich they seem to think reliable.
Is the Cuban Army a Mylh?
The Insurgents in reality can produce
only a beprsarly army of fighting men
At a dinner attended by quite a num
ber cf army officers the statement was
made that Gomez has less than 500 men
with him at present, ajid that he could
not pet together 2,000 men Inside of two
weeks. This statement was supple
mented by the further remark that the
Cubans have been deceiving the Span
lards for months, and that if Blanco
had rushed his troops Into the Interior
he would have nut with no resistance
whatever except from a few bush
whackers and guerrillas. The statement
was made bluntly that the Cuban army
for the last six months has been largely
a myth, and that it existed chleflyinthe
excited minds of the Spaniards at Ha
vana and Madrid. If this should prove
to be the ca;-e Weylcr w ill have backing
for his claim that if he had been left
aleme he wouM have pacified the isl
and of Cuba three months n.ero.
Teinerarlo III a IIa! I"ix.
Changing: the subject it Is stated here
that to the bad condition of the Temer
ario's boilers and to the large number
of desert ii-ns from her crew are due
the failure of the Spanish vessel to at
tempt the destruction of the battleship
Oregon. IU-liaMe Information has
reached the authorities in Washington
from r.ucnos Ayres thnt extensive re
pairs will have to be made to the Te
merarki's boilers before she will be able
to leave Ia I'ia'a 1 1 ver. Me re than a
quarter of the Temornrio's complement
of men have deserted. The crew should
number eighty-seven, but since the ves
rel has been in I, a I'lata river twenty
five men have deserted. Kfforts are be
ing made by the Spanish commander
to replace thn:e who have gone. Dip
lomatic representatives of the United
States in Argentina and Uruguay are
watching the Temerarlo, and a protest
will be made should any citir'.ens of
those countries enlist for service on the
Sensul ioiinl Story from Halifax. -
A dispatch from Halifax tells a story
of treason r r.an Austrian war:-hlp. The
story goes thus: Oflicers of the Austrian
warship Donau confirm the report that
one of the saile-rs was delected ir.terfer
ing with the lock on one of the maga
zines. Ire man under arrest is an
Italian-American. lie will be kept in
confinement until the ship returns to
Austria, and will then be hand, d over
to the authorities, charged with the se
rioifs crimecf having attempted to blow
up the vessel. Jt wn stated that dyna
mite had been found in the possession
of the accused. The penalty for such
an act is death ry shooting. The sailor
admitted that he had tampered with the
lock of the magazine. Tt was stated
that the attempt to wreck the vessel
was maelf while the ship was in New
. ' J V
IMMI-NSI; STOCK Ol7
Furniture, Stoves and House Furnishings
Was augmented recently Iy the receipt of two car loads of
ooods for which he paid spot cash at the factory.
Think What This Means
It means heavy discounts. It means lower freight rates.
It means that his competitors can not meet
neither can they meet him on a marvelous
evcrvthinr in his line.
Ii i in on prices,
His Leader in Stoves
Is the old reliable "Charter Oak," with its fifteen years
guaranty, and its half a hundred designs.
No house in Cass county ever carried half so la rye a stock.
He can suit ever' taste. Three hundred easy chairs to select
from. Bed room suites and parlor suites from the lowest
price to those fit for a queen.
Is where Pearlman shines, and explains his wonderful business
success. He pa s no rent, his expenses are low, and with his
cash discounts and car load rates he takes the lead and keeps it.
It Will Surprise You
To call and see his wonderful stock, and yet his prices, which
are from ten to twenty-five per cent lower than can be had in
Omaha. Kemember the place.
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XJ U b a J
Opposite the Court House.
NEW : flDYERTIS&ME?4TS.
4 JCtoaiiM nnd bea'ttilie the hub
jvV-ei" " -i-iyt'-r-ai-roiiMiica a luxuriant frruwth.
nSSyiisS? 1 Hair to its Youthful Color.
AV-.yi'r c - j - iUit3 p.. ?. . a
1 iat V,r77i9
Annua! Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes
FOB EILIOUS AUD UEEVOUS DISORDERS
such as "Wind and Pain in the Stomach,
Giddiness. Fulness after meals. Head
ache. Dizziness. Drowsiness. Flushing
of Heat, Lioss of Appetite, Costiveness.
Blotches on tho Skin. Old Chills, Dis
turbed Sleep. Prichtful Dreams and all
Kervous and Trembling Sensations,
THE FIE3T DOSE "WILL GIVE BELIEF
IN TWENTY MINUTES. Every sufferer
will acknowledge them to be
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
BE ECU ATI'S taken as direct
ed, will quickly restore Females to com
plete health. They promptly remove
obstructions or irregularities of the sys
tem and cure feick Headache. For a
IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Beecham's Pills are
Without a Rival
And have thn
bf any Patent Medicine in the World.
25c at all Drug Stores.
Notice to Creditors.
In County Court.
State of Nebraska, )
In the matter of the estate of Samuel JlcCon-
kcv. deceased. Notice is heieuv jrivetl that the
creditors ol said deceased wiii meet the adminis
trator ot said eptate, oetore me. county judge of
Cass county. jNetwaska, at ttie county court room
n 1 iattsnioutn in said countv, oa the ith cay ot
November. 1JJH. at 9 o'clock a. m . for the pur
pose of presenting their claims for examination.
adjustment anu allowance, aix monins are al
lowed for the creditors of said deceased to pre
sent their claims a:t 1 one year for ttie adminis
trator to settle said estate, troni the itndayot
This notice phall be published in the Semi-
Weekly NEWS-litRAi.i tor four weeks succes
sively, prior to the 7th day of May, l'.i.
Witness mv nanl and seal ot said court.
at Hattsinouth. Nebraka, this, the 11th day
pril, A. U. IsSjS.
OEORGE M . SPURLOCK.
(Seal) County Judge.
W. D. JONES...
Mrlpsr : I Jvprvman.
rf u tim i m m a j a a u a a y
?QiEST rits for Weddings, Funerals or Ploa.su ro Parties, etc,
attended to promptly. Tonus reasonable. C;.s!j preferred
rates Telephone 7G.
618 MAIN STREET,
Call find fin'.
. B. W. D. Jones
d Imposed of
auctioneer all kinds of goods and fnrtti mtocV
In the district court of Cass county, Ncliraska
Charles C r'arme.e as receiver of the (,'itizens
Bank of 1'laltsmouth, Nebraska, vs. The J'co-
ple's Buildii.K. Loan and having Association.
The feopie s building, Loan and Savins' Asso
ciation, defendant, will take notice that on the
7th day ot A pi il A. i). IKM Charles C. Parmele
as receiver ot the ltizens liar.K ol l'lattsmouth
Nebraska, plaintiff fierein, hied his petition in
the distuct court ot (;ass countv. Nebraska.
againsv said defendan., ihe object and prayer of
winch are to .ecover a money judgment aijainst
defendant oi .h,ee causes olctlon set forth in
said petition; on the first cause of action for the
sum ot 2-w wUi seven pei cent interest tnereon
from the fth d?y of May A. IJ. If'.iT; on the sec
ond cause of av.1 ion the sum of $-J0 with seven
per cent interest thereon from the fth dwy of
Mav A. fJ. lii: on the third cause ot actior .he
-um of wit)i seven percent in'erest thereon
from the iota day ot November A. U. lJi.
You are reuuested to answer said petition on or
before the ;Jth day ol .May a. ). 1
Dated this l'Jthday ol April A. I), l.
Chaki.es C Pakmele.
As Receiver of Citizens Hank of Plattsmouth
Nebraska. Uy his Attorneys, Uyron Clark & V
In county court, Cass county, Nebraska.
in the matter of the estate of lialthaser Sie-
bold, deceased. All persons int. rested in said
matter are hereby notified that on the l.'Jth dav
of April, IKjs, Eliza Siebold filed a petition iu
said court, alleging, among other things, that
lialthaser Siebold died on the ii.ltii day ot March,
lfJ leaving a last will and testament and pos
sessed of real and personal estate in said county
of the reasonable value of j&,4MU.U0, and praying
for the probate of said will and for administra
tion of said estate. Vou are hereby notified that
it you fail to appear before said court on the Hth
day of May, A. ii.. Ik'jH. at 2 o'clock p. m., to
contest the probate of said will, the court mav
allow and probate said will and grant adminis
tration oi said estate to Joseph . Johnson and
Liiza Sieboid, jointly, or some other suitable
person, and proceed to a settlement of said es
tate Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this, the l"th
day of April, A. D., Ik&h.
OEORGE 31. SrURLOCK
Iu the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
Joseph Graham and John Wilkinson, partners.
doing business under the firm name of Graham
; Wilkinson, piaintins. vs. rrang ltoaay ana
Ciara Koddy. defendants. The defendants will
take notice that Joseph Graham and John Wilk
inson.under the name of Graham and Wiikinson,
have commenced an action against said defend
ants in the district court of Cass county. Ne
braska, the object and prayer of which is to re
cover a judgment against said defendants for the
sum of i'.tJ for goods sold and delivered which
were necessary for the support and maintenance
of said defendants and for which defendants
agreed to pay, and that they have caused the
east one half of the northeast one quarter of sec
tion 31, town 10, range 11, east of the sixth prin
cipal meridian, sit-.ate in Cass county.Nebraska.
to be attached iu said action as the property of
Defendants are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the l'.lh day of May, or Judg
ment will be taken as praed for in said peti
tion. Joseph Graham ?cd John Wilkinson, under the
firm name of Graham & ilkirson.
C. Ii Tent, plaintirt's at.omey. .
In district court of Cass county. Nebraska.
Clara v.ox vs. James R Cox.
James R. Cox, defendant, will take rotice that
on the tilth lav ot March, A. I). IV.iH, C'ara Cox,
plaintiff, herein tiled her petition in the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska, against the said
James R. Cox, defendant, the object a:xl prayer
of which is to obtain a divorce from the defend
ant. James R. Cox, and to procure a decree
granting to plaintiff the custody and control of
thn minor child "Grade Cox." daughter of plain
tiff and defendant, i-aid relief is asked because
the delendant, without in t cause or provocation,
cruelly and wantonly cfe'-eited plaintiff upon or
about September I'.uh, A. I). and has con
tinuously remained away for more than two
years prior to filing of his suit
Vou are required to answer said petition on or
before the ltti day of May. A. I). IKM.
Dated this z'.Uli day of March. A. I. 1KW.
liy her Attorneys, Uyron Ciark and C- A. Rawli
OF t'L,TTSiOUTIl, NKH.
PAID UP CAPITAL,
Offers the very best facilities for the
prompt transaction of
Legitimate Banking Business.
STOCK?, bonds, gold, government and lo al
securities oouzht and sold. Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed on the certli
cates. Drafts drawn, available lo any
part of the C. . an4 all the principle
towns of Europe. Collections made and
promptly remitted. Highest market
price paid for county warrants, state
and county bonds.
U. N. IJovcy, I. Hawksworth, S. Waugh,
F. E. White, G. E. Dovey.
Geo. E. Povcy, Pres., S. Waugh, Cashier.
H. N. Dovey, Asst. Cashier.
Can trn ctor
Contracts taken for the erection of Residences.
1 Jfns and any kind of carptnter work, in any
part of the county. Call on or address....
liAKVEY HOI-LOtVAV, l'lattsmouth. Ke
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