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Kej'orl From ii:ii'ial Slinl'lcr (lives
Total Losses .Inly 1 1.
NUMBER KILLED IS 230.
TwoHt.v-Tin. o::ii-i- ittril OS Kfillnteil
M-n Jslulii -Woumleil .Ml-. -.lug ?U.
b iniifi' Hijr to Sive Tlirev of
WASinvfiToN, Jnly '.. The war do
partnifiit r ;iv-tl two flisiiutclu-a from
Generitl ShaftT ovit niht as follows:
"Pi.aya )y.. Kstk, with Army Corps
in tho ''iM, July !. S-T-tary of War,
Wusliiriton: Cable opci -atom were xr
initted U p in ye.sterd.iy morning. Th
English cable w.is in working order anJ
Bomo of the nix-rutor.s wt-re in the city.
General Toral wauled these, there, as
they were the principal men. This ca
ble has not been cut and the men Kent
in have not taken it up. Inlish (table
has been working all tho time through
to Havana. Shaktek."
"I'i.aya Dei. KsTE.Jnly 9. Campneai
Santiago, July 8. Adjutant (leneral,
Washington: Complete report received
today of the loss on July 1 and 2. Killed,
22 officers and 20S enlisted men;
wounded, 81 ofliecrs and 1.20U enlisted
Tuen; missing, 7'J enlisted men. The re
ports giving the names of the killed and
wounded are being rapidly prepared and
it is hoped to get them off tomorrow.
Tho general feeling among tho Amer
ican ofliecrs is that tho surrender will be
made, not necessarily today, but they
believe that date will bo the beginning
of the final negotiations.
The Spanish authorities request that
hereafter all communications to them
be made in Spanish, as "the ofliecrs
who did tho translating for us are nc
longer with us."
Orders have been issued that each
regiment in tho American lines hoist a
flag on the trenches in front of the posi
tion it occupies. This gives the Span
iards an excellent idea of tho extent and
location of our lines, but it also makes a
very imposing appearance. This morn
ing nearly a score of standards were
fluttering at different points along the
works, which are now nearly four miles
long, and enclosing the city on twe
Am-ini; tlie Wrerk.
Kingston, July !). The vessels which
composed Ad'iiiral Cervera's squadron,
converted into wrecked charuel houses,
are littering tho Cuban coast. The
scenes of desolation, ruin, horror and
death baffle description. Exploded
shells, burned rifles and pistols, pieces
of brass work and gold and silver coins,
melted by the intense heat, are strewn
all over the remains of the once proud
armored cruisers, whose protective decks
only stand in places. But the most
ghastly, horrible sights in those steel
coffins are the mangled, scarred and
charred bodies of hundreds of brave
sailors, sacrificed for their country.
Buzzards are feeding on the dead and
others are hovering over tho wrecks.
On the beach other flocks of vultures sit
iu silence waiting for the sea to give
up its dead, livery tide adds to the tnL:
of horror, washing up such objects
for instance, a sleeve including a wasted
arm, other portions of human bodies
juawed by hungry sharks and countless
reiics of the battle. Attention has been
given to the burial of tho dead of the
enemy and over 100 bodies taken from
the ships or washed ashore have been
entered on the be:ieh by Rear Admiral
Opinion! uf Cervera
Gray haired Admiral Cervera, bow
ed down with grief, yet benring his
misfortune with fortitude, exclaimed
when told ih.tthe Americans had
only lost one man: God willed it so."
And no American can view the result
of Manila and Santiago without a feel
ing thit the course of events is on our
side. The result of tha two naval bat
tles are so decisive that one is prompt
ed to say of them as Victor Hugo said
of Waterloo: '"It was destiny." Min
It was an American naval officer, a
survivor of the Maine, who uttered the
first word of sympathy to the defeated
and downcast Admiral Ce-vera as he
stepped on board a United States war
ship a prisoner. Lieutenant Com
mander Waiuwright of the Gloucester
acted as the pa: t of an American gen
tleman when he expressed admiration
for his enemy's daring but disastrous
feat, and ended by tendering Mm,
though a prisoner of war, the use of
his cabin and the best that his ship
afforded Philadelphia Press.
Admiral Cervera kept close watch
on Sampson's fleet closer, apparently,
than Sampson wps aware. He koew
that the New Orleans had left the
blockade line, th.it the New York had
gone to Guantanamo for coal. His
only mistake was that he thought the
last vessel was the Oregon, wheras it
was the Newark. He thought he
could outrun any other 6hip,
and if the Oregron were out of
ibe way his chances for.escape were at
their best. Unfortunately for him,
the Oregon was on hand, and the cap
tuve of the Cristobal Colon, Cervera's
fleetest ship, was due in part to it.
Under the circumstances, the Spnnish
admiral's defeat is more glorious for
him than would have been the des
truction of his fleet while lyiog im
potently undar the guns of Santiago.
ltnttle at Fort Wiley.
Fort Wiley is not a Spanish fort but
is a brick school house, located south
of this city. It seems recent war news,
or something else, made the boys quite
belligerent, and at a school meeting,
we are informed that Frank Mori&co,
a cuban patriot, Lee Allisono, a Span
iard, John Tignores, a Cuban, and an
other Spaniard named Ciareneo, are
said to have had quite an alterce.tion.
Tignores, who had been in several
wars, proved to be a handy man with
his 'dukes', and is said to have sent
the enemy to grass in short order.
The battle was declared a draw by the
populace and the combatants with
drew under a flag of truce, which at
last accounts was still waving.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Frank Calkins was nn Omaha visitor
SiliiH Long, Mynard'ri mayor, was in
tho city today.
A sixty foot whale is on exhibition
at Nebraska City.
A. L Muuger, wo uro glad to note,
wan well enough to get down town to
day. Th'. populists In tho fourth district
will hold their convention, July 127, at
Wm Jiikenbary is up from Union to
day visiting his son, tho county treas
treasurer. Henry Debiting, cf Murdock, was in
town today looking after toiuo busi
ness in tho county court.
Sheriff Wheeler returned today from
a three days trip out in tho western
part of tho county serving papers.
Stroight & Sattlor,sinco opening up
their goods in tho cellar, find that
their losses have boon underestimated.
Dr. N. R Hobbs. of Kim wood, has
gone to Toronto. Canada, to attend
tho national convention of railway
Dr. J. A. II issem ji;r left Monday
for Toronto, Canada, whero he goes
to attend a convention of the railroad
surgeons Louisvillo Courier.
Tho exposition has reduced itJ rates
for Sunday expecting to add m iteri
ally to tho size of the crowd tomorrow
on a twenty-five cent admission.
The Omaha exposition is having
new fe itu-es added so those who vis
ited it tho first will find a great deal
now that they did not see before.
Georgo Moisinger's wif and her
sister returned from l'ekin. Ills.,
this morning, where they wont to at
tend I he fuiieial of iheir mother.
In icspori-e t Provident MeKinley's
prool i m it i ii, moct of the churches
throne heut ih.: cxU'.try will hold
thanksgiving services lomeivow.
Tho railroads are about to begin cut
ting rates between Chic -go and Miss
ouri Itiver points. A cut of $2 to Kan
sas City has already been announced.
Many of tho grocery merchants are
finding, when they come to clean up
the flood wreck, that their looses h ive
been nearly doublo-what they had es
timated. One of tha finest exhibits on the ex
position grounds is from Douglas
county. It is a marvel of artistic
boauty in its arrangement of agricult
Paul Kirkcalriek has been trans
ferred from Atlanta, Ga , L St. Louis,
Mo., in the employ oi the B. & M.
road, at an inciw.ed salary. Ne
hawka Kegist .
The crowd o r.v i who have been
en -raged for the 'v.rX inni.'h ininting
th ; bridge acr 'I o Missouri, finish
ed their task e-teiMay and the old
bridge looks lik.j a. i.o.. one.
Peter Rauen. i 1 ii- or-o'd lad from
Plattsmouth, r.c i h: way o:i a freight
train to on- village Tu- si ;-y evening.
The lad'.-f ! the r c me after him md
took hi n home. Greenwood Gazette.
George H .11, who st. uck Lee Allison
last night, was in police court, :ind
again struck him a vicious b ow in the
eye. Judge Archer gave him a line
of $16 00, which he is laying out in
Company B, was mustered in ye
day, and now wears the uuifoim of
Uncle Sam's soldiers. There are four
more companies to bo mustered in bo
fore the regiment is ready to inarch
to the rendezvous.
Mary Liviugstor.e, of Butte, Mon
tana, has a fortune awaiting her if
she can be found. If Mary reads the
papers she will come out all right, out
if she does not, she may never know
what she has missed.
If Ed. Oliver could heir from home
today he would dig more gold than he
could carry away, a fine boy having
arrived at his house this morning. Dr.
Schildknecht says it is of usual weight
and all are doing well.
In the fusio fusseo convention, which
meets here August 11, the following is
the list of delegates allowed from the
several counties: Cass 12, Johnson 6,
Lancaster 27, Nemaha 9, Otoe 13,
Pawnee 6, Richardson 13. Total 86.
One grocery merchant found AVhen
he went to clean out his cellar that
his loss had been greatly augmented
by a coal oil barrel having added its
contents to the melange of eatables
destroying all sale of them at any
Perry Gass says every building now
standing in this city has been erected
since he came here except the little
frame structure nearest the river on
the south side of Main street, owned
by August Bach, and occupied by him
as a storage room.
The report that George Sawtelle
was lost in the flood is untrue. His
natural dislike for water caused him
to look well after his personal com
fort, and he got onto high ground un
der cover soon after the rain began to
fall, and escaped without damage.
In a letter to the editor of The
News, Sam English, one of Eagle's
former leading citizens, states that he
has moved from Cass county and
taken up his permanent residence in
Tecumseh. We are sorry to learn
this, and can assure the Johnson
county folks that they have gained a
Mrs. M. Hiatt departed this after
noon for Murdock, by way of South
Robert Vass had a letter from
J. C. Peterson today, written from the
gold fields of Alaska, in which was
onclo-ied some beautiful Alaskan
(lowers that wero well proservod, and
Tho Missouri river is rapidly re
ceding and will soon bo hick to low
A'.o: II. Tioton, wife and niece of
(Ion wood, la., visited tho Crabills
Peirlm-iu fold a big wagon load of
furniture Saturday for S2.00, yet it
cost over $59. Ud at wholesale.
Miss Minnio Sharp and her friend
Miss Hasting of Des Moines, Iowa,
spent Sunday in Plattsmouth.
Clau-j Brekenfeld, tho Louisvillo
miller, was in town today looking well
and hearty after his serious illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Sddenstriker aro en
joying a vi.-it from their youngest
daughter, who rosiues in Kansas City.
Herolds, Wescotts and several other
linns had to work on Sunday digging
out their wet goods to prevent mildew.
Tho ladies of tho Frauenverein aro
all going to Omaha Wednesday, to at
tend tho exposition and have a good
Tho thanksgiving services at tho
chu'-ches were well attended yester
day, and were both appropiate and in
teresting. Dice Ilarr has been on tho sick list
today. Tho boys fear ho isalkaliod
from drinking too much Missouri
II. ('. McMakon aiid family wont out
t Spring Like near Cedar Crook yes
terday and had a royal timo fishing
for black bass.
Miss Bessio Geiger, of York, and
Miss Smith, of Kansas City, are hero,
the guests of Judge Spurlock and
A. II. Mondenhall, one of the prin
cipal owners of tho State Journal, died
from falling inte a cittern in Lincoin
Sat. day morning.
Pro'. Kainoy, tho tonsorial artist,
i- occupying tho front put of the
Pearl Steam laundry room, opposite
the court houso.
Tho new war tax hits the sheriff's
ollico harder than any other, as he
has to stamp all summons, subpoenas
and copies of same.
John Giichrist and J. N. Houser.
pieTiiine it Otoe county lolit-cUn-,
were in th ) city today and mixed a lit
tle medicine with Cass county demo
cratic slates men.
For .Tidy, this weather is as near
perfect as the temperate zone could
w.iil siffo d. The heuth giving breeze
is cooi and 1 1 freshing, while the sun
fairly pulls the corn up by tho roots.
Mrs. L. C. Pa co of Lincoln, Mrs.
Rol t. Ku-tin of Evansville, Ind., Mrs.
Fanny Somers uf Newbergh, Ind., all
sisters, and Mrs. W. L. Pickett whom
they have been visiting all went to
Omaha today to see the exposition.
William and Henry Kauffman pur
chased one of tho latest pattern
Nichols & Shepard vibrator thresher
and engine of John Meisinger lat
week. This makes two complete out
fits John has sold within the last few
The ci'y authorities have a force of
men at work filling in and repairing
the streets damaged by the flood. The
worst damage occurred near the old
Mumra corner, thouh a bad washout
oe'curred near the laundry on Sixth
Many cellara still contain water and
damaged goods. Holloway's bakery
is about ready to run again though
water is still being punped from the
rear of the cellar. Their loss, as well
as Bennett & Tutt, will be fully double
what they first reported.
George Mann, Carl Humphrey and
Fritz Fricke will depart Tuesday
morning on a boat for up river fiish
lng grounds, where they will c imp out
a few days and enjoy life fishing and
hunting. There aro several who will
envy them their job.
Ike Pace, a private in the second
Nebraska at Chickamauga has been
made a sergant in the third Nebraska.
He passed through this morning on
his way to Fort Omaha and stopped off
long enough to shake hands with W.
L. Pickett at the depot.
Hon. R. B. Windham and son Jamie
left this evening for Chicago and from
there they will take a steamer for Bay
View Michigan 450 miles to the north
where they will rest and enjoy the fish
ing and the delightful weather which
that vicinage is blessed with.
The crowd which thronged Her
old's damage sale today in the old
Snyder store room proved that it pays
to advertise. Part of the time
it was next to impossible to get
through the throng which filled the
large room from front to rear.
The finest cabbage ever raised in
the countj" is very plentiful oa the
market here now, and sweet corn has
put in an appearance. The first home
grown blackberries were marketed to
day, and the black raspberry crop is
far from being all harvested yet. Red
Junes and other ea ly apples are ia
the market ana vegetables were never
nicer this time of year here, or more
Judge Ramsey finished up the sum
mer term of district court Saturday
and adjourned sine die.
The most important case decided was
that of Noah Clemmons vs. George
Clemmons affecting title to a good
farm south of Plattsmouth The case
was decided in favor of the plaintiff.
The divorce case from Liberty pre
cinct of Smith vs. Smith was decided
and decree granted, judgment vs. hus
band for $l,4i0 alimony was rendered,
$200 attorney fee allowed and $55 al
lowed to referee.
Good driving mare for sale,
quire at Sherwood's shoo 6tore.
I.wtrxt Witr Sewn.
Washington, D. C. July 11. At 10
o'clock this morning Adjutant General
Corbin told mo a dispatch had been
received from Shafter at 4 a. m. that
ho would resume operations all along
the liuo at daylight.
Corbin bays fighting is undoubtedly
now going on.
Washington, D. C, July 11. Wat
son's eastern tquadron will sail Wed
nesday or Thursday.
It is c'aid on good authority that tho
squadron, after peace is declared, will
(L'O through the Suez canal to Mani la
and will thereafter form part of the
Pacific fleet, whoso importance is
greater now than ever.
Tli Tliinl For I'lorlil.
Col. Bryan's i egiment has t ecei ved
orders to movo on Thursday or Friday,
with Florida as their destination.
Ueurrttl Minfter Kein forced.
OFF Juuagita, July !). (Uy Asso
ciated Press Dispatch Boat Wanda,
via Kingston, Jamaica, July 10.) Six
troop ship, carrying 2,500 men, two
batteries of artillery and a large quan
tity of ammunition smd supplies, ar
rived here at 7:30 this morning. The
transports took the troops and equip
ments aboard at Tampa and wore
joined by their convoy at Key West.
They sailed last Tuesday morning.
Funeral of Mrs. Cliaplitin Wright.
The funeral of Mrs. Wright was
largely attended last Friday, many of
the early settlers and old neighbors
of the deceased being present.
Tho pill bo irors, o'd friends and
early citizens were: p. 1. Gass,
Thomas Pollock, J. M. Patterson,
Jacob Vallery, Jr., P. E. Runner and
J ud go Ramsey. Tho choir consisted
of tho Misses Street and Messrs. Wil
letts and MeEiwain; o -gainst. Miss
Kessle". Selections rendered wore:
"He Gavoth His Beloved Sleep," a-.d
"'Jesus Liver of My Soul." A soio
"Some Sweet Day Byo and Bye" was
beautifully and touchmgiy sung by
M iss Street and aporopriate remarks
were mail by Dr. Baird.
Tho floral offerings from Woman's
club. Presbyterian church, also from
in ny friends too nume-ous to mention
consisting of set pieces, casket nou
quets and cut flowers in great profu
sion wero very b3autifu'. The funeral
was in charge of Mr. Streight a-t.-is ed
by Hon. F. E. White. Tho great re
spect shown tho deceased was ful y
commensurate with the high esteem
in which she was held.
A Kover From Muntnua
A fellow called Mac, with a German
companion, tied up a flit boat near
Rocky Point Saturday evening, lie
is quite au interesting talker, arid
hails from Fort Benton, on the upper
Missouri. Ho was in this city a few
years ago with Taylor's circus, and
his been up in Montana huutiug bear
and deer in the Yellowstone P..rk
country, and was on his way down the
river on a p'easure jaunt. He was
tired out and wanted to sod his boat
and go back to Montana. He had
with him a most intei e-ting lot of
curiosities, which Ben Hera pel ought
to have for the G. A. l. museum. He
had a fine lot of petrifications, a rattle
snake being quite interesting, to
gether with shells, fi-;h arid animals.
He had a box of rattles from snakes
he had killed. He offered his outfit
awfu'ly cheap in order to get away
quickly for the northwest.
An Uufort unate Accident.
Sunday evening, about seven o'clock,
J. W. Johnson, wife and daughter
were out driving in the west part ot
the city, and, while passing Janda's,
some boys herding geese, or the geese
themselves, frightened Mr. Johnson's
horso until it turned around so quickly
that the occupants of the buggy were
thrown out with great farce. The
busrgy passed over the little girl and
Mrs. Johnson, injuring the latter
severely about the hips. The little
girl was not injured. Mr. Johnson
was the greatest sufferer, his nose be
ing almost broken and his head
bruised so badly from the force of the
fall that he was unconscious for an
hour. His hip was almost dislocated
and he will bo lame for some time.
The News is glad to state, however,
that both were better today, and no
serious results are feared.
A Nice Turnout.
Ben Horning and W. E. Buffer Sat
urday unloaded a new traction engine
and a Nichols & Shepard vibrator
threshing machine. It has a wind
stacker and all the latest appliances
and is a real beauty. There are no
two squarer or better men livfng than
Mr. Homing and Mr. Huffer and any
one that employs them'will be sure of
faithful service, and honest careful
Police Judge' Kt-port.
The police judge's report for June
shows fourteen arrests, thirteen sent
tojailand security for fine and costs
given in one case, but not a cent paid
in. If the school fund depended on
what it gets out of the police court the
teachers would get hungry.
In New Quarters.
Having removed to the Merges'
building, next to Lehnhoff's, I will
continue to keep a selected stock of
tropical fruits, and will serve ice
cream and lemonade us former ly.
Morning's bread hereafter may be
obtained at Zuckweiler & Lutz, and at
If you vant to smoke the best try
Wurl Bros. Gut Heil. The finest 5
cent cigar made.
F.X1iihIoii wt Mouth llrnd.
Up at South Bend tho poop'e got so
patriotic that thoy could not hold
their cnthui :sm until tho Fourth,
and accordingly began their celebra
tion oa Sunday night. They tigged
up a hub of an old wagon, and tump
ing it fill of p;wdor attached a fuse,
Tho e. plosion w. is all or more than
could In expected. Every building in
tho town was shaken and window
lights cr-urrblod like egg shells. The
bombardment occurred in the public
square near Sturzenoggor's storo.
The wagon hub was split asunder and
scattered p omiscu ju-dy ovo-tho town,
pieces of it. being picked up moro than
two hundred yards away. The only
wonder is th.it no one was InjureJ.
The Evenino News is now tho
official city pap -r, and will always
contain full repo'ts of city council, to
gether with all proclamations and
ie-al notices of tho city.
Notice to Creditors.
State ok Nkhkaska,
ss. In County Court
In the matter ot the Estate of tialthaser SiehoU
deceiiM'd. Notice is hereby k'vcm that the credi
tors ot said deceased will meet the executrix of
said estate. In-torc me. county Judjje ot t'ass
t'oimty. Ncbrutika, at the County Court room in
I'Jausiiiouth in said county, ou the -ritli. day of
December. A. I). 1MS, at 11 o'clock a. ill. lor the
puiposo ol presenting their claims tor examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. x months are
allowed lor the creditors ot said deceased to pre
sent their claims and ( ne year for ihe Executrix
to settle said estate, tioin the -otli day ot M ay
W itness my hand and seal ot said County court,
at I'latt.-inouth, Nebraska, this, 4th day ol June
A. I. ivjs.
GlCOKOIL M. SfUKI.OCK,
(Seal) County Jude.
Notice to Creditors.
"'ss'S'i-- In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of John 1' rederick
Stull, deceased. Notice is hereby given that ihe
creditors ol said deceased will meet the adminis
trator of said estate, before me, county jude of
Cass county, Nebraska, at the county court room
in i'lattsmouth in said county, on the 1st day of
( 'ctober, A. I Is'JH, on the 1st day of December,
lV.is. and on the 1st day of February, at
nine o'clock a. in., each day for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance. Six months are allowed for
the creditors ol said deceased t J present their
claims and one year for the administrator to
settle said estate, from the 1st day of August,
This notice shall be published in the Semi
Weekly Nkws-IIkkai.o for four weeks suc
cessively, prior to the 1st day of August. IKIH.
Witness my hand and seal ot said county
court at riattsmoutii. Nebraska, this ddayot
July, lslS (JhoKoii M. Spuklock.
(.Seal) County Judge.
In the County Court of Cass County, Nebraska.
la the m.itter of the estate of I
AOdisou I. Weston 1"
To the heirs and legatees of Addison I. Wes
ton and all other persons interested in the es
tate ot Addison P. Weston, deceased:
ou are hereby notihed that Cevi C. J'ollard
as executor of the last will and testament of
Aud;son I'. We.stou, decea-ed, has tiled his
petition in this court for instruction and power
to pay out monies on hand to tiie persons dually
entitled to the same under the provision of the
w ill in said estate or for Us investment or sale
keeping if not paid out.
aid cause on said petition is set for hearing on
the 'M day of August, A. I). IH'.iS, at two o'clock
p. m.. at which time you are required to appear
and deiend or show cause as to what order
should be entered and at which time such order
will be entered as directed by the provision of
said will, and the law directs for proper conduct
of said estate.
It is further ordered that this notice be pub
litied in the Semi-Weekly N hws-II i-rald for
tiiree weeks prior to the day of hearing.
In witness wher.-of I have hereunto set my
hand and seal ol this court July L'd. A. D. ls'js.
liKOKUE M. Spurlock,
(Sea!) Cjunty Judge.
Order to Show Cause.
In the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate t
of Samuel A. Hoibrook, Order to show cause.
This cause came on for hearing upon the 6th
day of June, lsjs, upon the petition of illiam
L.. Lowell, executor under the last will and testa
ment of Samuel A. Hoibrook, deceased, for
license to sell the north half of section twenty
three, and the east halt of the northeast quarter
and the southwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section twenty-two, all in town hip twelve,
range ten, east of the sixth principal meridian,
in Cass county, Nebraska, for the purpose of
paying debts of said estate and the costs of ad
ministration, there not being sufficient personal
property belonging to said estate to pay the said
debts and expenses.
It is therefore ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estate appear before me at the oltice
of the clerk of the district court in I'lattsmouth
ass county, Nebraska on the :50th day of July,
A- D. ts'.rS at 10 o'clock A. M. to show cause why
a license should not be granted to said executor
to sell said real estate above described lor the
purpose hereinbefore set forth, and that this
order shall be published four successive weeks in
the Semi-Weekly News-Herald.
Dated this 6th day of June A D. 1898.
Judge of the District court.
Hasil S. Ramsey, Judge.
R. B. Windham, Attorney.
All points west.
St. Louis and all
points East and
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
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No 2. Omaha to fft. Louis 5:02 urn
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No 20. Local express, daily, St Joe,
Kansas. St Louis, all points
soulu 9:40 am
No 4. Louai cxd. daily, Burlington,
Chicago, all points east 10:34 am
No 14. Local ex p. o aiiy xcept Sun
No. lu Omaha to Crston, local 4:30 prn
day 10.45 am
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day, I'acitie Junction 12:30 prn
No30. Frei-nt, daily except Sunday
Pacific Junction 2:50 pin
No 2. Vestibulect exp. dally. Bur
lington, Chic-a.o and all
Uo:nts east 5:30 prn
No 13 stub from Junction to Platts
mouth, 6:15 pm
No 12. Local exp. daily, at loe.Kan
sas City. St Louis. Cliiuaeo
all poiuts east and south.. 8:25 pro
No 19. LoCai exp. daily, Omaha, Lin
coln, Den ver and interme
diate stations 7:34 am
No 27.C'reston to Omaha Local 11:33 pm
No9. Local ?t. Lou s to Urnaha.... Io:0 am
.mj U). Local f relent, dully. Omaha. 7:55 am
No 29. Local freight, ualiy, ex S un
ci uy. Cottar CreeK. Louis-
viiib, South i;ena 7:36 am
No 7. Fast mail, Oaliy, Omaha and
Lincoln 2:22 pm
No 3, Vestibuled exp, dally, Den
ver and all points in Colo
rado, Utah and California,
Grand Island, Black Hills.
Montana and I'acifie N. W 38 pm
No 13 Local exp, daiiyexeeDt S'jn
uay. Louisville. Ashland,
V auoo, schuyler 4:00 pm
No 11. Local ex p, daily except Sun
day. Oiuaha and Lincoln.. 5"0D pm
No 17. Local express. Sunday only,
No.- East Pound Freight, connects
at Pacific Junction with
io. 1 the Denver Express,
which does not stop at
Piattsmouth 10:05 pm
Sleeping, dining and reciinlni? chair cars
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baca-e checked to an7 point In the
United States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps and
tickets call or write to
W. L. PICKETT. A?ent,
J. FRANCES. Gen. Pass. AzU
M. P. TUlK CAKU.
TRAINS OOINO NORTH.
No. i 4:50 a. m
No. 1L51 a. in
No. 121, local freleht 4.04 p. in
TRAIN'S GOING SOUTH.
No. 2 10:43;p. no.
o. 122. local frelgnt 7:35 a. m.
No. 10 4:04 p. m
That's what's the mailer wiLh Hannah
and all other good houoc wives, who
are compelled to roast over a ho',
kitchen stove on these torrid dayo.
Buy Your Wife a Gassline Stov
And thus save her much suffering
and worry. It's cheaper than d;;;j!.i;r
bills and much better lhaa a v c a r
out companion. We give on ihe
Gasoline Stove and Oven a i
Lowest prices, with the a
that you will be pleased v. it.',
only stove in which provi a a
to prevent the escapa ol
should the burner be aca
blown out or left open. U:aa
ably the best gasoline aU v
and the price is
Stock of Fitrnituv-;
Is as full and complete a a
acknowledged every w.
largest in Cass county.
Gass ST Vk B
THE BIG FURNITUR
Opposite Court House,
and prolong life.
S They banish pain
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No matter what the matter is, oa
good, and you can et ten fcr
A new ptyl prkp contpJn!nrr rrv uttm s5 .r -r-- y !n t r -
t some ir.:tf suir: FOit I v i. m:n i s. i 1 . , j v
cal. n lozen of the 1; v c;nt v rn ( r4't ' ; '
to the KiFANfi Chemical. ComiviW. !
TABU1S) wUl be cut for five v.t ills. B'.-at Uie;.'::..c
Garden and Field fU
Now is the time to repair -our
fore the rains beg"in
We Have Something New
In a door lock that "will last a life-time ; h.is r.o ;,r;u;s;
works better and costs less money than a s j r ii:f lock.
Call and see a Gravity door lock, at the reliable hardware
store of . . . .
S. B. HALL & SON,
South Sixth Street. - - Plattsmouth, Neb.
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Garden Seed, 5 a.
at bottom prico.
Spouting a:i-l Tin Roofs, be
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