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Was not cooler than our Crash
Suits. We do not claim that
they are as cool as the Klon
dike, but we do claim they will
afford you as much comfort
as it is possible to find in a
Nineteenth Century Suit.
They are Crashes to wear, wash
and wear again.
Has struck the price of these
Summer Suits, and your op
portunity to get a dressy, up-to-date
Summer Outfit is
golden, if you come at once.
BOYS' CRASH SUITS,
K nrc Pants and Lovcj Pants
MEN'S EXTRA CRASH PANTS,
.'o trouble to find what joh
S S 3r
Clot hie i-h,
1 In tiers,
Tin I) errfn s h e
Continue to do a leading business in Fancy
and Staple Groceries. Because they carry
an immense stock, buy for cash and sell at
low prices. Everything good to eat of Best
Quality. Call and try us.
Corner of Sixth and Pearl Streets, Plattsmouth, Neb
" but hsTa soM direct
timer f r rears
PRie prices, siring
dealer proata. snip any
where for examination.
113 fiyiea of Tehicle.
55 airles of I!arnei.
Ton Burner. S6 to 170.
SnrreTi, $J0 t Ilia.
3eoa. Phaetoni. Trari.
c. .... u. ...... 4aa cir no 'VTain. Send for
' A, .0od aa Ml.a far f la. Catalogue of all our
El KH&RT CABULA.GE AND UAK5E99 MFG.
S1UU Keward lOO.
The readers of this rarer wi!! he pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreade i disease
that science has been able to cure m ail us
staejes, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur?
is tiie only positive care kilo.-, n t t.'ie medical
fraternity. Catarrh l.eit.e a constitution.!: dis
ease, reiu;res a c n.-t itut : nal treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mu.o'.is sui faces l tho yvs
tem, theieby destroying the t .r.;:d:-it:on of the
disease, and siv':t;K the patient ?treii;tii by build
ing t'p the constitution and assistiim nature in
dc:ut! its Work. The i '"rr--: 'r l.avo so :i:uca
faith in its curative p veis trial they oner One
Hun lied l.VIiais fm anv c.i-e lint it I.-.i.s. to cure.
Send tor list t te-tcnoaa.i.s.
Addie-s. h i. H.N lv oil",... T le do. )
S.id by IVusis;.-. 7:..
Six blocks fi oin ex irit icri. A. 1)
Tou.alin, m inasiror; K. 15. Maonoy,
cloi'k. K' imj ?!.()) pi.-:- il.'iy ?;.eoiil
rate? by week or niiMith. I.verythit'o;
first class. Take. DoiJro street car.
from Union tlep'd to J'l.hn.n 1 Hurdette
btrects. Wi ite u- !" jvtr; icu'ars.
Thousands of persons have lo,n
cured of piles by u-m' D.'Wiit's Witch
Ilazol Salvo, i' i.i.-a's promptly and
cures eczema and all skin diseases. It
g-ives imm diatc rel i"f. F. G. Fr. kc.
If you vaut t r-iuoko t'i' bc-t try
Wurl II. o.'. Gut lleii. Th-3 Jicost 5
cent ciar n 'Ce.
Tho Cl.ie' Hii! f,f Mi;.; burp
I'ii., bays l)e Witt's Little I'arly Itiere
are the best pills be ever need in his
family during forty years of Iiu?-e
keeping. They cure eonstir.a'ion,
tick beudaclm and stomach and liver
trou'ib-s. Sma'l in si'; but 'real in
r suits. F. G. 1'ricUe.
MorfjiriL''B bu;ad beic -fier may bn
obtahitd at ZucUwcilcr .t Lutz, Jon;..
to the run-
larza. frae Ko.088nrreT. Price, wit arlalna
It" lei. ihade, apron and tender., HO. Aaioedaj
aalla Ibr fV4
CO. TT. B. PRATT. BerT. ELKHABT. IX D.
A Word to Physicians.
D.i ynu know that in:vny broad mind
ed physicians are usitig Foley'd Uoney
atid I'.tr C-tuo;b Syrup in their prac
tice. They h ivy found no remedy
that pives ;is satisfactory results for
r:li thi'oat rind lung1 compl. tints as this
jri eat coui.'li medicine.
or lee to Ice C'ohmii mers.
O il- ice hroks ai'o SO cts. por- 100 lbs.
C'ati from and after this date. Cash
j'.iy. F. S. Wiiitk.
LI. C. McMaken" & Son.
M. L. Yoeum, Cameron, Pa., saya "I
ivts a sufTerer for t n years, trying
all kinds of pile remedies, but without
success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
was receotnmend to me. I used one
box. It has elTet d a permanent
cure." A a permanent cure for pile?
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no
en nil. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Take the Missouri Pacific trains if
you v.i-h to jro to th- exposition, as
they have the only d( pot on the
grounds. You can sare ptrcct car fare
and avoid tbe crowded thoroughfares.
The editor of tho Fvan-s City, Pa.
Globe, writes: "One MiDutfj Cough
Cure 's rightly named. It cured my
children after all other remedies
failed." It cures coughs, colds and
all throat and lung troubles. F. G.
Tlir Ferry Is Kniinlnfr.
I have put a Ciblo entirely across
the I'la'to river nt Orenpoli-, and
with thrco boats I am crossing all
who come this way. The sand bars
iio longer make any trouble every
thing now and safe. Your patronage
solicited. l'KTEK NORD.
Ys4 JT3?-VS? S3r-Oe.:'
KVtKTT ft AX
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
No important news from the Heat of
Div'hm maki rig. Miss I,;iura Twiss.
Cake, cream and ices served at the
lawti Hocial this evening.
llolloway's popular steamed bread
i made of IleisoFs best Hour.
New process gasoline stoves at al
most your own prices at Coates & Co's.
Nice home-made candy for sale at
the lawn social this evening at Wash.
Ask your dealers for the White Sil
ver cigar, manufactured by Frank
Fifteen cents admission to the lawn
sociable this overling at Mr. Wash.
Jack Donson is having more than
his share of trouble, all thrco of his
rioys being sick.
If you dou't see the Gut Ueil cigar
call for it, and got tho host " cent ci
gar in the market.
llolloway's bread, which has taken
the lead, is made of Ib-iscl's "l'lati
If it's quality you want in u ciyar,
not quantity, smoko the "Kxquisito."
For sale everywhere.
The Wor'-d's best 5 cent eiirar, Wurl
Hros. (Jut Ueil, strictly Union maun.
Every dealer handles them.
tor tho next sixty days I will sell
cigar clippings for o'Oe por pound.
1 'earl mm is unloading u ear of
furniture today which he is storing
in vacant room opposite the Perkins
Li. 15. Kgenberger is fixing up bis
cellar with finely crushed stone until
it is nicor and cleaner now than before
Fred M. Andrus of Manlev, aged
2(5, and Emma II. L.add of Weeping
Water, aged 20, wore nr anted license
to wed by Judge Spurlock today.
Judge Joyco this morning granted
a mar riage license to Charles S. Long
and Miss Nellie Dunlap, both of Cass
county. Nebraska City News.
Ed. Spencer's many frierds will bo
glad to know that he has been pro
moted to corporal in company C.
second regimont at Chiekamauga.
Nails which h;vo been in the Hood
for sale by the pound or keg, at prie.'s
below wholesale at the factory.
COATKS &. CO.
Fred Horn, Will Ceaeh and Charley
Kerr were tho guo-ts of a doz n ynun
lady picnickers on Goos etc k down
on tho ferry road near the r iver Ibis
Various US'-ful articles from th
Presbyterian exchange will be on sale
at the lawn social, given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Washington Smith
Mrs. Ilerold wishes to announce
that for the convenience of tluu mem
bers of the Woman's Club, the badges
have been left for sale with Mr. James
Ilerold, at the store.
"United Moderns," a new fratern il
order, is being represented in this
city by II. J. Johnson of Denver. Tho
order is a good ono and Mr. Johnson
will no doubt be able to perfect an or
J. A. Murray, Jack Denson and
Frank Baird wero out hunting this
morning, and in shooting over the
horse's ho-d tho animal was made
deaf as a stono. It will probably bo
all right in a few days.
There's no better flour made than
Heisel's "Piansifter," manufactured
in this city. Ask your grocer for it,
and thereby get the best and sup
port a home industry at the same time,
which builds up the town.
Win your b ittles against disease bl
ading promptly. One Minute Cough
Cure produces immediate rcsubs;
vhen taken earlv it prevents cccsump-
tion. And lh later stages it furnishes
p ompt relief. F. G. Fricke.
MissAtwo id presides at the soda
fountain in her father's drug store
with consummate grace, and will soon
have a monopoly of the business, if
the other stores fail to get equally
gracious and pleasant assistants.
Sick headache, biliousness, consti
pation and all liver and stomach troub
les can be quickly cured by using those
famous litt'e pills known as DeWitt's
Little Early Itisers. They are pleas
ant to take and never giipe. F. G.
The man found out on Platte bot
tom was taken to the poor farm by
Deputy Sheriff McBride last evening.
tie speaks German, and complains of
his head all the time. He is either
the victim of sunstroke or has fallen
from a train.
Mrs. Howland gave hr for Tier
guests and a few invited friends a pic
nic party tut at Pa'terson'. pasture
today. Geo Farley and sister, G. M
Spurlock, C. S. Polk. Miss Margaret
Howiand and mother, and Miss Alice
Wilson wire in attendance.
Mrs. C. A. Riwts had a letter from
her husband, L'eutenant Kawls, yes
terday in which he says they pitched
their tents on the hot sands. Thev
have no s'iride except from some
scrubby -.;.ks and lot g trunked pines.
The nights are cool and ho thinks the
weather no hotter where they are (in
Florida) than in Nebraska.
Truths Tersely Told.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a tafe, sure
remedy for all kinds of kidney and
A French enthusiast presented the
fj. S. hospital force several thousand
cases of champ igne for the sick. We
make a wild gn ss ;h tall tho cham
pagne the boys get you could put in
your e3'e with safety.
The city council mot in regular sos
flion last evening, with all mombora
present except liinshaw and Mossor
smith. In the absence of tho mayor. Provi
dent Sattlcr prcsidod. Minutes of
former meeting read and approved.
A letter from Mayor Mooros of
Omaha was read, in which ho made
no charge for tho use of their fire
engine or time of fireman, but sug
gested that if the city aw fit to give
the two men $5 each it would bo ac
cepted by them. A vote of thanks
was proposed, but after some dis
cussion it was amended to include a
warrant for $10, which was agreed to.
The following is a list of bills al
lowed. W J White, pavement repairs $ 41 75
vV I) Fisher, street work 75
' Heiidricksen 1 50
1) M Jones, lahor at gas house 13 00
Koht Johnson 5 1"
S W Dshorn 50
K 1'orsiiiKcr 7 bb
LKilduw 15 U0
Koht fames 2 00
YV M Sheldon 15 75
I. Kildovv 75
J Slavicek 1 50
11 Sheldon 1 50
1'at Tevan 8 75
I. O'Neill 70
1. M I lilt 3 00
II Smith H 30
K Kildow 23 55
W H (JiiiKery 1550
Win Wilson 11 40
John (iiiiK'ery 1 H)
1) M Graves 18 00
Koht Carries '. 00
K K Milton 8 00
Coates & Co.... !"
Tims Whalen 7 ?5
lliiKh Standley 1 50
Water Co., water at gas house 7 50
W Wetteiikainp. rent 25 00
W I) Fisher 1 50
Cass county, boarding pris 5'J 50
Cass county, same 24 "0
Cass county, same 35 25
Ca-s couu' y, same 47 50
Hiram Matcher 2 55
Chris Petersen 3 W
C I) Cummins, poles W 20
Coates & Co 10 HO
C F.Miller... 45
Ii & M, freight 0 39
F M Ki'diey. lumber 74 115
A petition, signed by Geo. Longen
hagen and others, asking that North
Sixth street be improved, was road.
Mr. White explained that part of the
street seemed to be fenced and, on mo
tion, the matter was referred to the
A commuaicrtion from tho acting
city attorney, Mr. liyron Clark, was
read, calling ' attention to the condi
tion of the city ordinances, which are
in typ-writing and unbound. Mr.
White thought the city was in danger
of sustaining grave losses and ho be
lieved the ordinances ought to bo
printed and bound. Tho matter was
discussed and, on motion, wan referred
to judiciary committee to see about
having the same printed.
The annual levy ordinance was read
atid, on suspension of the rules, was
passed iu due form.
Tho claims committee recommerded
that the claim of the police judge for
uncollected fees be allowed, which was
Tho committee on stret., alleys
and bridges reported that tho roads
were too dry to work the grader and
they desired more time, which was
AS THEY COMS AI OO.
Mrs. Illack and Mrs S, L
were Omaha visitors today.
Councilman James Rebal "was in the
metropolis on business today.
Supt. Pollock of the Water compa
ny was an Omaha visitor this morning.
Col. L. J. May field of the Lumisville
Courier was a pleasant caller this
Miss Bertha Williams and Miss
Edith Pntterson wero exposition visit
Miss Nellie Guthman and Miss
Cena Hanson were exposition visitors
Judge Maxwell, congressman .from
the Third district, was in town to-day
looking after his farm.
Mis-es Hose and Bertha Lloyd, went
to Lincoln this afternoon to visit their
sister, Mrs. Fred Cunningham.
Frank A. AVhite, Miss Clara Street
md Miss Clinton drove over to tVeep-
ing Water this morning for a few
Harney Shepherd and sister, Mettie,
T. E. Williams and wifa and Miss
Oiipbant of Curtis wore exposition
Arthur Jackson and wifa ietarned
this morning from a delightful outing
of sever al d'vs uu on tho lstces of
C. E. Wescott was an Omp.hs passen
ger this afternoon md we suspect he
will do tho Midway ths evening,.
though he gave no intimation.
S. H. Mowery of the Mallory Con
struction Co., Cht iiton, la., wns in
town todny looking at Sawtetlo's
graders with a view of purchasing.
Hilt Wescott, Miss Liizzie Eiken
bary, C if We-n ott and Miss Margaret
Davis were exposition visitors la.Bt
evening returning homo on tho mid
Following is a list of delegates from
Liberty and H uisville precincts:
G. N. Luliue, Chas. Graves, IT.enry
F. Taylor, Andrew Taylor, T- B.
Birnum, Joe Lyan, Sim Luce, Wm.
Delozier, A. H. SaMta, G. F. Mc
Namee. LOUISVILLE PRECINCT.
Tt. J. Miytield, J. L. Hartshorn,
Frank Dickson, F. Rathbun, G. A.
Ashmua, I. DePuy, G. W. Mayfield
Tom I'armele and one other. A. A
KdoU was nominated for assessor.
TO CUKK A COLIJ IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo QuinineTablts..
All drusrgistsi refund the nvouey if it.
fails to cure. 2oc. Tho genuine "ha
L. 13. Q. on ech tablet
Letter From Aluckit.
The News is kindly permitted to
print tho following letter from I'M.
Oliver to Joo Klein of this city:
Juno I I, KS'.hS.
Friend Joe: Wo aro now nt tho
head of tho Hitr Uapids of tho Klutina
River, thirty miles from the Copper
River, and miles Irom tho mouth
of tho Copper, or 2711 miles int ) tho in
terior of Alaska, where wo are camped
waiting for the river to lower so wo
can safely let our boats down with the
rapids, as it is not safe to attempt to
shoot the rapids. Quite a few have
done so safely, while a groat many
have failed and lost all their-outfit and
have to go brck. We met four men
that got wrecked the other day, who
started down with 4,00(1 pound", and
only saved 4.0 pound which they sold
and went back.
Well, Joo, when I wrote you b -for-f
wo were at tho lured of tho lake, we
started tho next day to cross it in two
boats and ono raft, all heavily loaded.
It was calm when wo started and bad
to row until noon when wo laid to for
lunch, and while eating a gentlo
breeze came up .and wo hoisted our
sails and bad a splerdid time of it un
til about bix o'clock when tho wind
got stronger and tho waves arose, and
our boats began to pitch and roll, and
tho water came in over tho stern so
we thought it best to got to shore, as
we could see a bay to ono sido we made
for it and when we got there Poterson
was ahead in ono or tho boats, and
when he got to shore tho waves wero
ho high that it washed over the boat
and of course on our goods. I was
managing tho other boat, and when I
saw how Poterson was faring, I pushed
out to sea again and held her there
until the men on the raft was drifted
ashore, and they and Peterson got the
goods unloaded, then it was my turn.
I started her nose straight for the
shore and pulled with all my might.
I ran her pretty well upon tho sand,
then wo all pitched in and g.it her un
loaded. Some of our goods got pretty
wot but we did not loso a pound of
anything, and wo got wet ourselves.
Then wo pitched our tent and got sup
per, retired early and got up early.
Next morning tho lako was calm, the
wind having gone down; had break
fast, loaded our boats and started for
tho river, got to the boa I about noon.
We learned from some men camping
there that we had better lash all our
goods in the ooats securely as we
might loso them for the river was very
swift and dangerous, and wo done so
and 9tarted down. For about two miles
it was all right, nice going, but after
that distance it got swifter, and thorp
was large rocks sticking up here and
there; also lots of snags, and the
stream was very winding. Well, we
were in it and hnd to eo as the b.-snks
were too high to laud, so we. kept on
and got here o. k. But, Joe. I want
to say to you that it was the fastest
boat rido any of us ever took, and it
was full of danger too. On our way
down we saw seyer al parties who were
wreoited. Soino of them savo ! a little
while other saved nothing, and all
of them hallowing to us to be careful
watch for tho rocks and snags. Il
made me feel kind of queer, but as the
Lord has been on our side through
this trip so far, we kind of felt safe,
aa we had several narrow escapes. The
rapids below us are very bad and dan
gerous the water runs like tho mill
race of hell, throwing waves eight to
ten feet high. Wo will not attempt to
go down without ropes, and will wait
till the 9now all melts in the mount
ains then tho Indians tell us it will be
lower and we can get down safely with
ropes, but we will not take more than
three mouths' provisions with us and
come back when tho river freezes up
and haul it on sleds. We have built
us a cache and will store goods until
that time. We are again to mal.e a
trip down on foot to learn what we
can about the Copper River country
and find out if possiblo if there has
been any strikes yet.
June 20. Have been down to the
mouth of this the Klutena river and
on the Copper River. It is a wonder
ful country. On our way down we had
an excellent view of the rapids and the
mountains. The rapids are a sight to
see, and the current ii so ?vrift that a
log going down went faster than I can
run as I tried it. I don't think we will
take many goods down that stream
and get them safely to the mouth.
We could plainly ee Mount Wrangel,
18,500 feet high, also Mt. Dram, Ml.
Sanford and Spirit Mountain. Mount
Wrangel is a smoker but the others
are all burned out, and there is a solid
bad of lava for miles around them.
Got to the camp at Copper Centre
pretty well tired out, as the trail is a
mew one and hard to travel. It is
co.-z.de mos'lyon a ridge nbout eight
hundred feet above the river and runs
nearly through the timber, and is yet
quite dangerous to tr ivel as- there aro
man- wild animals in this country,
but we all go well armed. There has
be-en several hear and mountain lions
killed, but we h ve not, encountered
any o far.
Wo learnod that there had not been
anything struck so far, but there are
probably 1-50 prospectors out looking
the country over to see what; the out
looiC will be, and we joined the coloni
zation orgaaized there which will en
able v to gt-tall the news from the-e
proectors. We went up tho river
some ways and dug up some gravel and
panned it and fuund gold but not
enough to pay m to locate. It was
sheet gold ana very tine had from
four to thirteen o tors to the pan we
learned that there had been lots of
colors found for t-iity miles up the
stream but not in paying quantities.
Upon our arrival at Copper we will
push with our goods a up to the Tan
na River Country which is about 1G0
miles, where we think these colors all
came from, and will get there in about
thirty "lays if our good luck Htays with
June 2-V What do vou thli.k of pen
i ill . ill
iirnl ink. A poor d 1 1 sel 1 1 rig on t h i 1
1 I I I., ..f i
11119 Milk tlllU PI'I11, 1 llWllllb It in u.l.l.
got a bottle of ink and two
holder for t we ri t v - Ii ve cent-; Irive i
fused 1.0 for then..
This is ii lovely morning; had a light
i t l .i .,;..!, ii... in'. i
.-.iit..i i I inn tini. 'i ii b, .
d nee we eaiii"", to this en in p. I I get
so cold at night that we sb-i-p nuN r-
three henvv blaulet-. Night heh.r
last the t herrnometer go down t 'J.
above. It goes below U eV' i v riii;hl.
ami gets up to S and '.Ml iluirg lie-
There was a party made up on tho
night of the 21. to ascend one of tin
mountains and see the midnight sun.
1 did not go as it was four hour's wall;.
but I wish now that I had as tle y siy
it was grand. It went down at IJ.io
and raised again at. l2:-r, -o yon
we do not have much night, h-il -v
will gut it by hh.1 by when wn w.ll,
only have one and a half to two boa-
Dr. King of Chicago, a cimp-r ,-,.,, ir;l1 i.M on th- market. Itbroko
this trail, tells me th'it lie got a l.-tt -r M( i u d.i.e-e,- ,e e..-.,gl. for
from homo saying tbal, Me- ' ' " ' ' '"' , , , , ,, ,. , , , , ,,,., hen
States had gone to war with '!'. f). . , r.m v, ihatl will
but that there was not much damage
done yet. I (io wish that we e 1 1 1 1 get
some newspapers; I am lot w i t h . -1 1
thorn; tho mail carrier will not vtr-r-y
papers; he has all he ear. do to en r r y ,
tho letters; ho charges each man one
dollar per trip for his mail, one or-
thrco letters, more th t'i thre- he has ;
. . i if ii.'
to riav ;0 cents ad I it lona! fo each 'et,
. . , , . .,
ier. i got two irom nome iasi mo u 11
and had to pay $1.00 for them. I have
been told by one of the men that, made
. -. ....... : ........ . .. . :
il irip vviin laio e,.irrier inaL eaeii i. a 1 1
nets him from -1,:!':0 to i? I. "( . but it i,
a very dangerous trip, and .f h" has
to carry the. mail on bis ba-k I do not
th i nk it too much.
Respects to nil. (inod I'.ve. Fi.
Tbii populists of the city held their
primaries last night and eb etcd a fi.ll
delegation ,o the county convention,,
which meets at Louisville next alui
A resolution, referring; to the prin
ciples of the Omaha platform, evoked
considerable discussion and wiiHpi--od ;
with a win on and three r inging cheer - I
for the old lino populism.
The delegation was request, d t
keep the good of tho people's parly
and that of the whole people, to lioj
exclusion of all other parti' s. who
might ho hangers-on or lieeleisi j.,r'
mctc nary purposes. i
l?y : esolutio'i, it was the sen-e f t iie
meeting that all of the delegates work 1
to secure the nomination of I). Cb m
Denver for govo' nor.
'I'itK ii.id-;;. i'i:s. i
(', ',. ('avault, Jahn I). Tut, W. I '
Short, .lohn Sharp , ('. M I'ii-ht. Ii.
.1. Vass, Marii i J.dinso.i, J. ).
Thomas, J'.hn Fos-b-titl..' ,
Short, ll 'iiry llu -uins. b-. ' , i
Folleito. J. A. S.vit.er, NeU P.t.i'
.1. C. Likewi-i:. t't:a-. I'iii-i. !ir..i
Walters, i.'h.'is. Ci-thil:, II. . Mi ; -,
John W. CiMiil!, John A r...: ' ' .
Robert Masden, J.W. tlolforlh. He.;. .
Spurrier, S. S. W.ik'-r, 15. K 1 a .-a !,
J. W. I ' r.ser, ( 'h ris .'ii r s-,-.i . .1 o 1
Cory, i trismus Petersen. W. II Wvmi.
.lohn W. Whalen. Ole It una". L-.u;s
Olsoa, K. K. Monroe. J. R Kelly. S.
F. Osborn, P. V. Met Jul ley, .1. C.
Itodgers, A. . Jacobson, M. .
Thomas, Jake Slater, A. Lik--'.v:se,
II. D r,:rr, K V. Martin, M. S
Briggs, O.iver Gilson, M. J. D v .
K. Ii. II inks, of Lewisvili Ti.'xa-,
writes that oae b ix of I Jo Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve was wo-t.h o..,b)0 . o h i m .
It cured his piles of ten years fctarid-
ing. He ad vires others to try it. It
aiSO cures ee.ema, srvin insu m.-i .'in
obstinate soi es. V. C F:'ick-.
CliH'Ai ;o, July
Following is the range tf p- ices for
Jt,.en'K llinli'st l.ov.ct ; 'i-r. n 'i -1 1 " y
(-orn. . . "
I'ork.. . '. '.i."
i Jats. . . I-Jifi
g'i'i .-'" -
Vfi-n Vou Tk- Your V.irntlcn
The most nac-e-sary nr? id" t- I--.
with you (-.ftcr your p .gk 't -oo -:; '.
bottle of Foley's Colic ' 'ure. It is ar,
absolute prevention or cure of a i de
rangements of the liOAeis caused 'oy a
chantre of water. You are likely to
All kinds of jewelry, clocks ara!
watcb.es promptly repaired. A.l vvo- k
warranted. .1. W. Crahill. first door
west of Waterman bioek. i lattsinonih
IJurkK-n'B An-ica r-alve.
The het ' lv in the world fer cuts,
burns, sores, ulcers, sait rh-'on:. f.- !
ver sores, tetter, chappen.'hands, cbil-!
hiainf, corns. ;.r d ail skir. eru. trot:-, j
md t. si li vely cures fjih-s. or no pa s J
required. It is gti.-irnr t',--- to gi e i
rior'ect satisfaction or i:;;fn-y r umujci'.
I'r.e.- h ee'l'S ; ho . I or -r e
F. Fried- -
Orilinuno' "o. 'IIO.
An i.r.li'iancc jirovidvi f .r tho nna-i.V ',
taes ter the c;t i.f f'.att :::. -h. Nei-r..-ioi
I'.e it ir.iaiia-.i j the !iia'.r ;.n ' (.uim.;. i : '. '
citv -f I'.attsa.i.iith. ehr i-k
r'ectiou 1. That there be an i i I.er. ':. ' v .- I
up-iit'ie i alar v.-tiuatiotl o.i a' r. 1- ii .
sunai and nii.-.ed reier.y waliai ti..- ..-15. .r..:e
limits of tiie cay i.f 'iait!ii-anh. N-l 1. ..
exempt from taxation by the la-.s i.f the ta : i
(ii.-neral fund s,nc;, j L"'.
( ias and I.iiditii.i; hind i " ".',..:
Oni.iha .s kv bonds, interest 7 " li.'T 'la
.& M.K. bonds .1 " l.H.!
Keart n bor.ds. interest .i " I -1
.S.-wer bands, i.itere-t -4 " . ".'', Iti .
Hih school bonds, interest.. 7 ' : ; . ; 7 j r
interseciion na ii-.k iwinis.-.ni 1 i :- i
I JIC niuidiji ii..ii. 1... I,- 1.
Library fund ! ' 1 "
Dnrlf (tl.T,t 1 . - ' I
Tl.Rt the said several an.-nn.ts
levied are for tin? ue of the s:d in r.r.j: t!,e
....-. 1. .... tl... . ..... .,
I.Srtl li'iiiinvi.iui, --.. inv .-t'.'iu ....1. . .11
August. A. i.. lvs.
' Sections. The levies herebv made shall be -at- '
tncdiatclv cc-rtitied to the Countv c.-a of in
countv. Nebraska, by the city c.erk f the sad
citv of Piattsmouth. ;
Passed and approv d July i. A. D..l-'.'s. i
U . I. Wini 1 .
I 11. II t KUl.U,
Finance t 'oni.
F. M. Richkv, Mayor.
B. C. Kerr. City Clerk.
lloiim Ixdd (ilirl ,
'!'). ar.e!. t:
l,e,v. el t lilt
t he I 'elilites Were Mm g"d-i who lit-
tended 'le ! 1 W" i 1 : 1 J p Oh pe rl t y
; 1 " 1 ' J
of 1 1' i i ' I v w -r., v.or-slilp-
i ml p nnperity
v w v. orxh I p.
n atid'l"'' 1 '""'' I'" " I-"""- ' IM.USM-
" V '
'" ' '
i i ( r,s ii rn pi i on ,
i . d ! ,i ;i If- c' i on s i if
it i -. in valu
' for a ( ua i ter
il t' l-ll to i u-
.'. o to U-'c hold
.. 1 'I gel It
- . e and .-ore
g I 'ree ( rial
V o s. I teg U-
d a e. Ii 1 ii I
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I . i I .
Ik, I Ii i -. a I I . . i 1 ii
lar s'e ' ' nid I.
tl Si v. O i I I ; I i.
il . II'1 e . I I . til .Merge.-'
,u. ,o . ii, , , ..I. i . I nli .IT , I iv ill
ei n'l'.ne !,,
.., :, ... I. i ti d stock r.f
a i, , i , I serve ice
re n a . . u. '. .i iim-i ly.
m'. : i i i I a I'l '.S:.i '.
i a,...,, ,,,,!,,. merits of
( ' ' i 1 1 . i i I : 1 1
d 'l ! I -med y as one
I of i . mod. .' 1 1 1 1 lib and ellie leu I.
. ( i wj. .m -) , . . 1 1 1 1 feel
- ' em fi which
( a 1 , 1 , 1 . 1 y people In
,. , . . 1 1 i- l I,, cue , cin. d.y among
. ,,,,,,.,,, s .,. ,,, ji.-O. .
,,nxVN:Y .;lh,,,r Democrat, Albion.
, , .
I n d - or sa I e i iy a I I i n n g I si -.
liinri.l I'.i ill li Ii 1 1,
!e , rliil.v of N ell. nv -t. m National
I 'a r h and the .- u m n.e n irt s of ( 'olo
r eio and eeu'.-iinii ;. l."-lil.-i map-iaiid
: I'd'"' ' "
I le of in To: nri -
t ion of interc-t. to - ght seers rind
1 1 1 i ' i -1 ' , e i n In- li.'i I by a il d i es-i ng .1 .
I Va nei -. II a I '. . m r g- I' Agent,
I ! II r I I r ' 1 o:, leitite, ' )mi ili.a, Neb.
A in!. e .i i'ii .
; ( '( .
' ;- , . .
Ki.l' , ( ,a-e i- a per-
ei I .1 i p r a t. i O II
I .'id a .! Bladder
I I I 1 1 i o i r ; e I O s I f ! h i s
die; g;i I.- t.tees it,
I (.f I Io- ill a.e . re fn: d.-i!. I Io
I tin- ;,. t - '' a lute mark'.
lit Crem an lh-: Lawn,
f I' v i Oil Hi'1 J i ,,. . ' e p e, f
''.-.::. j . -1 ii a w , . ii . . . . m . i are
1 . : : e ; i ' : i -end , e,,, . -m! . r
O'i." I lie It I' .i I . '!' ; is IHll I.-
i- g to ijnal .air C 1 i i n.J l- e e.'.ln
a '"I'liii-', re ' re.-)i i n g ;.r,d nomi ii-
i:-g r. f- e, !r,e t. We v. i i ! -end it to
s,,;.,. ,,r(1,... jn ;WiV ,,,, ,,.i ty desired,
HOLLOW AY, J J2gr
j , , . ,. '
j t : .ge ra Id J d o- I-:.
JAMLS VV SAGL,
j . ..
j S 1 1 f .
j LiLaUSSflS J UlUilm
ft;.: ,r t .,( rig-- fianis!,. -i ui -1. t, m it ' I.
i : c-s 7i : c ri . v y -i o.-.: v-,ii,t -. 'J !:,fii,..
'.oi. -...a. t:nt i.oa .-da-;; -a. Mo f.,r far
mer'. : 1 t.-.u ciiv.
N3 UN DERTAKING
1 j ; -r . .: k ,s nr.-. i. . :.t i. . ilrn :i-i nr
r v:! i.'ir fran.is ' lonk it over. Ufa w.i.l.
r. '.- t ' r ' ' i hl .- y -'. I nil an 1 u...
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T - .J i-'-i'
p:n;J, KJjT. P,!rj Rr,y !
l.lioi! .ill. I, UnJ LftjJ
I ne.e ---a m -'ir- to fi
, ,, ...... ,- ,1 . ,. 11 , ,, :i .-
I. o ,1 OU .1 . i'l
1. . .1 -' e r ." 1 1 a manner as
v, u i . 1 ii:.i-;i .1 r . i .' :. .- 111 r pat ring
a in 1 fa I c
r up ti it. ) . r 1 inndrv
i - 1 r ' c' . ' '. ! " '. t ' 1 i n r "tit to
, . . , , .
this e-r . n.i-.'.iTn-'il to he 1 a u ml ..-red
,,iv,. f ,., . ., , j f t . . , ; , , a, WU
as gr: ti iic ; tbei. Slif's. coll .rs aid
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cuns are m: a.e 10 .o.-iv j.J-i iiie iw.
GEORGE K. STAATS,
South Sixth St.
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