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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1898)
CITY AM) COUNTY.
Irvlau Ede Takes His Life By Cut
ting Ms Throat.
1 1 ! IItii III for M .Mom hit Mini lli I'nlii
HmI ltr-m No Ort-Ml mm lo :un
Trnipiirury InaMiitty ICmhIi Art Com
uilltfd nt Hie Home of III llrollirr
KzcrrdliiKljr Had Affair.
From Wndnei'liiy'a Dully.
Irving Kde, in a fit of despondency,
cut his throat with a razor at about
1(1 :.'( thin morning, at tho homo of )i t h
brother, Walter Kde, residing on
South Sixth Htieet, ami died from tiio
wound an hour mid a half Inter. Ho
hud been in poor health for nix
montha, but yesterday stated that ho
felt much o.mlerai.d bin rel.iti vch were
much cnouriiged over his condition.
I'Htu AIT.rHd 1 1 In Urn In.
Deceased heeimi! ili hist spring iind
upon con-ulting tiio ih tsici ins, they
decided ho was nfllietel with Hcia'ic
rheumatism mid ho went to Hot
Springs, S. I)., hut couid (jet no ro
liof, when tho real c uho of hia illness
was lo nil. il. Ho wa- saillt-rieg from a
tumor on the hi. Abul three
monlhii "go tlie tumor wan removed
and is speedy rtmtvo y was looked fo .
Ihe wound healed up but tho p.n i
nev ! It fi him ai.d has rendered I im
an invalid eyor bitieu. He had tieen
in the h .bit of lying in bed late, in tne
moaning as ho did not rent, woll at
night and this mornirg whon his aged
mother and Mr. Kde entered his room
he complained of pains in the head.
When the formor went into his room
shortly after ten o'clock ho passed his
hand over his head, indicating- that
ho was suffering intense pain and she
immediately stopped out to got something-
for hid relief.
Herurril the Ititzor anil Cut III Tliroitt.
Upon returning she was at first un
ablo to open the door, but finally
forced it open when sho was horror
strickon to seo the prostrate form of
her eon lying on the floor. lie had
potten up from his bed and secured
his razor from a bureau drawer, and
standing before the mirror, cut his
throat, the blood bespattering- the
glass. IJo laid tho razor down and
walked to tho door where ho fell with
his head against it.
Severed the External Carotid Artery.
Dr. Cook was summoned and arrived
a half hour later, but, although tho
blood had stopped (lowing from the
wound, he knew that the man could
live but a few moments, as the cut was
a very deep one, having severed the
jxternal carotid artery and he
breathed nis last at exactly 12 o'clock.
Irving Edo was thirty-five years of
age and was a resident of Sioux City,
where he held a responsible position
for a number of years with tho electric
light comj any. lie came to Plaits
mouth four weeks ago to visit with the
family of his b.-otnor ;.: 1 mother.
Being of a very patient nature, he
never comnlained about his illness,
lie was very much attached to his
mother and other relatives and no
such rash act was ever anticipated by
them. The tumor had affected the
sciauc nerve ana made the pain so
fjreat in his head as to create tempor
The relatives of the deceased have
the sincere sympathy of the entire
Wm. if'it.gi-ruld of J,"uisvitlu is in
the c ty .
Kred (Jlark of Union is attending to
bu-iiie-s in the city today.
I'M i tor Mai field of tho Louisville
Courier, was in the city today.
W. L. Street drove down to Nehawka
today in the interest of hi sewing
Con Sears, a prosperous farmer from
near Cedar Creek, was in tho city to
day and made TllK Nkws a pleasant
J. XV. Moneypenny, a prominent
firmer from near Eight Mile Grove,
was doing business with our merchants
Jonathan Hatt. tho butcher has a
new computing f?cal3 in Ws shop which
is made of aluminum. It is a very
sensative calo and will weigh a sheet
of ia i er.
Con Sears of Cedar Creek returned
from II iy Springs a few diys ago
where ho was in attendance : t the
funeral of his mother, whoso death
occurred November 17 of cancer of
tiio stomach .
J .mcs Sngo has purchased the lot
jut cast of bis burn, upon which
stood Sol O.-dioro's carpenter shop.
Ho will use it for a yard for his
hoi'M's. The lot was tho property of
Jones, Iiich'-y and Morgan.
Deputy Sheriff MeBrido hoard from
his litl.c boy who is at tho hospital in
Om iha last evening and is very much
eneoiuaced over his condition. Dr.
Gilford e-tatiiig that a decided change
for the better had taken place and
that tho prospects for saving tho oye
ball were now good. 1 his is good news
for tho anxious paronts.
SOLDIERS COMING 1101
First Nebraska Uegiment Slated to
Date of Hie Homeward o)ar Not Vet
f ixed. Hut It Merely a Ouendoii of tte-ei-urliig;
Traimprtrtatlon Aaxmtiuit isei-re-taryof
War M iklrjohn Hrlnica A'XHitthe
I'rcsciilw th.i.i 1.t.-.u.-;j ta i.n'. t vary
ln.m OHO f l.iU' l:u 1 of i:u-!irii, I cradi'y
th-: lii';hc. t I li.Ji t, ,t tir-r -r iul leikij.
Veil tr! t y ur f-iudy d x;tvjr (,1
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W. H. l'ool from the west eud of the
county was in the city today.
George Weidmann is now acting as
merchant's police on tho night force
T. J. Thomas took a carload of fine
Cass county cattlo to South Omaha
today and recoived the top price for
Claud Kinmore of Seneca, Kas. , ar
rived in the city this morning and will
work for Ijoren Kanoy, the barber.
Judgo George M. Spurlock and wife
arrived homo la?t evening from their
wedding trip to Salt Lake and other
points of interest in the west.
iards are out announcing the mar
riage of Harry M inert and Mi.-s Pres
ton at Hillsdalo, Ja., on ..Wednesday,
December 21. Mr. Minert is a harness
maker employed by August Gorder in
.Lieutenant J. A. Itawls arrivod on
tho early train from Savannah, Ga.,
and will remain at the bedsides of his
wife until she recovers from her ill
ness. She was reported as improving
C. E. Wcscott received word from
Captain II. E. Palmer stating that the
steamer 4 Westerland," upon which
him-elf, wife and daughter and Mi9s
Morse sailed, had arrived saf ily at us
and that they were nil well destination.
This has been the coldest day of the
seanon. The niurcmy registered all
the way between three and ten decrees
below zero this morning in different
parts of the city. ! is as fine winter
weather as one could ask and is the
means of making tn.de brisk with the
AVas Hurled lu Iowa.
The remaius of the late Irving Ede
were shipped to Stuart, Iowa, for
burial, going to Omaha on the early
Missouri Pacific train and from there
on the R ck I land road. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Ede and tho deceased's
mother accompan ied the remains and
the funeral was held this (Friday)
The Way It Is Done in Omaha.
Charles Brown appeared in police
court with a tale of woe Wednesday.
He said he had been living in Piatte
county for several years and, having
recently lost his wife, had started to
Red Oak, la., where he had relatives
He stopped at Omaha and visited one
of the numerous refreshment resorts
and while there, he states, someone
slugged him with a billiard cue and
robbed him of S65, after which he was
thrown out of the rear door. The
poHco run him in, but his hearing
was put off, and finally ho was given
leave to get out of town, which he did,
walking to Plattsmouth this morning.
His head and ono ear was badly cut.
'Chief Morrisey got the fellow his
breakfast and took him to the court
house, where his case was laid before
the county commissioners. They got
transportation for him and sent him
' to his friends in Red Oak.
Goe t.t tbe Penitentiary.
William Kennedy, alias Kelley, the
17-year-old boy who was arrested in
this city some time since by Deputy
Sheriff Fariey and George Thomas on
the charge of robbing the stare of L.
A. Kropp at Wj-oming, in which
building the postoffice is located, ap
peared before Judge Munger in the
federal court at Omaha Saturday and
plead guiily. The judge sentenced
him to one year and one day in the
Sioux Falls prison and to piy a fine of
$100 and costs or prosecution. This
was tbe minimum senterce in such
cases. Nebra.-ka City Press.
THIRD WILL GO TO CUBA
Will Move to the Embarking Point
Second Division is Now Moving; Ninety
five I'er Cent of Company H Anxious
to Go Are All In Good Health And
Spirits Charles Spencer Slaking a Re
cord as a Soldier,
Lieutenant C. A. Rawls of the Third
Nebraska regiment, who arrived in
tho city Thursday from Savannah,
brings an excellent report of his com
pany. He states that the members are in
gool health and spirits and that 93
per cent of them want to go to Cuba.
Not over eight or ten of them are on
the sick list and none at all serious.
Charles Spencer, who was acting first
sereeant for two months, in the ab
sence of Woodruff, is making an ex
cellent record. The sergeant-major
informed Mr. Rawls a few days ago
that during the titna Spencer filled
tb.3 office not a single error appeared
in his morning report ana that his
work was very neat.
Mr. Kiwis experienced some diffi
culty in getting leave of abseuce as it
is now a settled fact that the Third
will go to Cuba. Tho Second division
commenced to move yesterday and the
First division will be at the embark
ing point the latter part of next week.
The lieutenant has not been sick a
moment since he left here and is look
ing fine. He has a twenty days' leave
Washington, Dec. ".The I'r.-.t
Nebraska is coining homo. Just when,
however, tho return of tho Antelope
state's honored regiment will bo ac
complished is pretty hard to tell, ow
ing to lack of transports, but as soon
as possible these will bo obtain d i.nd
regulars will take tho plaeo of the
volunteers in tho Philippines.
Credit for the First Nebraska being
included in the order for return to tho
states is due entirely to Assistant Sec
retary of War Meiklejohn, who, on
tho stump during tho last campaign
in Nebraska and in private convoca
tion, gave his unqualified promise to
fathers, mothers, sisters and sweet
hearts of the boys in Manila, to leave
no stone unturned to i-eeuro their
muster-out as soon as possible c nsit
ent with tho public service. IJefore
his return to Washington Mr. Meiklo
john set the wheels of the war depart
ment in motion to bring about tho e
turn of Nebraska's First regiment,
and so persistent has he been th'it
within a day or two ord rs will be is-
su d sending seven regiments of regu
lars to Manila and relieving a like
number of volunteer regiments, Ne
braska's First to bo included among
tho regiments for early muster-out.
What other volunteer regiments are
to be sent home from the Philippines
has not been definitely decided, but it
is positively stated it will bo those
regiments which first entered tho
The list of regular regiments to
take the place of tho volunteers has
not been made up as yet, but will prob
ably consist of regiments not having
seen service in either Cuba or Porto
Rico, or that have been recruited to
the maximum, having a full comple
ment of oflieors. It had been the in
tention of Secretary Alger to send
Secretary Meiklejohn to the Pacific
coast to negotiate for ships to carry
out the regulars and return with the
volunteers, but this has now been
abandoned. Secretary Alger stating
publicly yesterday that it was impos
sible to spare llr. JMeiklejonn from
tbe department in view of his inten
tion to join the president and his
party in his trip south. Consequently
some officer of the quartermaster's de
partment will be detailed on this trip
to the Pacific coast to either purchase
or lease ships to accomplish the trans
fer of reculars and volunteers.
By order of the assistant secretary
of war the Christmas boxes intended
for tho Nebraska soldiers in tho Phil
ippines will leave on the Scandia,
which it is expected will arrive at
San Francisco this week and which
will be at once ordered to return lo
TRADE SUPPLIED CY
RICHARDSON DRUG CO.
RAILROAD NOTES AND PEUSONALS
Araby Kit t, who :s t mp'.ov
llaveiock shop, i' i in d t u n y .-t
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in tbe variir. hel'.', v.-. s t-.-r r . ri eil !(.
L nco'.n a fewwei rgo and ci-te d:
came down :if:e:- v i f . .-mil liub
girl. '11 ey went. 1 ' Li i'.m llii- i. r -i
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Ct.nt r;o t. r S;. w e I
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that the i Hi 1 !i u i .1 d
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Despite 1 he. eehi w . ;lt !e i
gres?-ing on the I i;r I;
live in a big tent niul a: (
able as though tie y uei c
house, a big stove being
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A New Di;j. ovcty f-H- the Certain O.itv ct INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT FAIN.
curiF.si vvHrnr: all othcrs have failed.
T-J3FS, dy Mail, 75 Cents; Pottli.m, c: Ccnts.
J.Vr.S F. PALw.hD, lc!c riOf:i;:jr, - - 3!3 Ko;ti Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
F. G. FRiCKE a CO.
.n eg sg J g g, Jiij oj ic
Is our constant aim, and with that end
in view, wo have laid in a nice,
well-selected line of...
i FALL WEAR.
Special Low Prices on Blankets.
At ii rreent eleet inn of ( ) s . f ! !i
Hurlingl'in relief ;it :hie: o lljigii t
Joe McCoy, formerly of liiis ei'y,
now running on the i. or' hern di i
was elected nietnl.er of the atlvi
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Our Grocery Department...
"'J J oniK-K' ill every dclail, with tin- Hi,- u !k ,1,-s.i K-
lii.-irki-t ;i!i.nls, and prkvs ;nv A ) i Hi.,,, , rr.
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The contractors ,-i'o
work on the new Un'on
at Omaha, tweni -four
working when the v.-;ilier will t-er-mit.
With the 15 -riingion' 11: e
depot iind th'i n.-w L'u.'eii l';.ci Ii.
V.tm Oill'iha will present a p -et 'y . ool
appearance so fa r :is the i::ilri mis ere
TI'J be.-t S i! V- in lie
burrs, tores, ideers, .
vcr soJ-e-, tet t.w.-, ii.
blaiiib, coi ns, :, ;i -
Price li- ci-nt"
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Is what you in ay do pond upon, if
you trade with
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Opposite Court Hevioo, Platlsnioulh
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Washinotox, D e. (i An e.-i;.s,;.te
of $l,Uoil,( (I0 for the !-.; vv dep-i' tin- .:
as an cn'.erger.ey J u 1 1 1 v. -- 1. iim : ' ! c I
to congress today. Ti.is i . j u re-e t- j
iiuet unforseen cmiiii g -. cles n i-!ng j
from new condition?- -i'd t.'o; i-eM,it.- . f I
the recent war-. I- i :ie.-.:.d tit it the j
fund be jinined i .- v ii .-ii.ii it,
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The marriage of Mr. Clemmons
Koko and Miss Bessie Mason whs
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solemnized at the home of the bride'a i anG 38 a general sysiem ionic it Das
no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle. 20i!o
Protest Again War Tax.
New YoitK, Dec. 7. About ol
brewers from all parts of the country
met in this city today to protest
against the continuance of the war
tax of $1 a barrel on beer and to for
mulate measures to secure its abolish
ment. Representatives of all the
largest brewing concerns in tho
United States were present.
C. W. Bergener of Philadelphia,
president of tbe brewing association.
presided. A resolution indorsing the
Brosius pure food and drink bill was
Mr. Bergener declared that the war
tax was ruining the brewing industry.
In four months of 1897, he said, tax
was paid upon 16,428,463 barrels, while
in a like period of 1D8 only 13,827,-
479 barrels paid the increased war
tax. Statements were read from many
organizations as to tho necessity from
a brewers' point of view for the repeal
of the tax on malt liquors. It, was de
cided to have the president appoint a
committee of eleven to prepare i pe
tition embodying the sense of the
meeting for presentation to congress
This committee will be appointed in a
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mien.,
says: "1 have used Foley's Honey and
Tar in three very severe cases of pneu
monia the past "month with good re
sults. Pollard in the Lead.
E. M. Pollard, who will represent
Cass county in the lower house this
winter was in town yesterday looking
up his chances for the speakership.
He feels confident that he will enter
the caucus with a good following, and
will bo tbe second choice of a large
number. Clark of Lancaster, Hal I or
of Washington. Rouse of Hall and
Fisher of Dawes are his principal com
petitors io a very friendly race for
pos-session of the gravel. State Jour
nal. A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison cf Worthington,
Indiana, Sun, writes: "You have a
valuable prescription in electric bit
ters, and I can cheerfully recommend
it for constipation and sick headache,
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lr. Iviii;;"s v.- i) -covitj f.ir ; i
This is t:,e h si. m -..lc'ue ni t.' e
worid for all fore.' of e-ui.-- ntd
colds aad f.r coo-urn olio i. 1'ver;..
bottle is gu i' 'iinteed il w.ll euro and
not disa ppoiiit. It l a no ; nil for
whooping cough, : s !iiu:i, hay fev-'f.
pneumonia, bronchitis, l.i g'iip'
colds in the head ar.d for fon?U!ii(t:o .
It is safe for ail ii;es, pieas-u.t t t-i e.
and above all, a mi-'c u e. It is a!- j
ways well to take Dr. Kicg's ;e v life J
pills in connection w.th Dr. Kir,'s
new discovery, as ii;ey i-.-fVulrtte n-ui
tone the sunn icli aid iio.vel--. We!
gua'antoe perfect satls'action 'or r--
turn monev. I-roe trial boUle-
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F. G. FRICKE & CO.
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G. Frie ke's drug
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Suffer Farlory .Mul.-s fisieil llu.i.
Grand Island. Net).. Ike. 0. The
sugar factory closed lio'.vii .. t tlieeru
of the week aflei a eve cefui though
short run. The b i t crop w:s ex ;eli. n'
but, the acrerge wa inueh s u.iiier j 1
than last year (' big to trie diiii -ul-.i'.-s j
eucouii' ert u a 1 iiie p- u 01 llc - jii
son between the Be i flrowers' a-s-)
ciation and Pi e-iJent .)i;a 1 il ii !
gard to the Hawaiian c! -o-- .
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1 ".jpecial Low lJ.-i
. ..No shod ly wares, wiiicii v.; aro marking
We have been in trie in-ir'-iin' -le 'I'l-ine-s 111
i i I 'ia'.t-ir.outh fur the oast, twe.'ity-jjght year- an 1 !i i'.
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I ii part f-orn i' ::o'.v. ,e- "priaj
The Best Goods at inc..
..Lowest Possible 55riccs.
Triple Khee S
Distressing kidney and lil iJuL-r die
ease relieved in tix hours by " UK
Great South Axv.iuc.w Kiusi.
CuitE." It is a great surp: is- on ac
count cf its exceeding prompt n s ;n
relieving pain in M-ui.ier. kidneys j-nd
back, in male or f.-ni- 1?. peves
retention almcst ir:-ie d a -. j f - .e,
want quick rcik-f imu ci e. : ihe
remedy. Sold !v -rj-n; .- , i
gist, Plattsmouth. X- -.
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5 stock is !ari
p et..; t h i t vi a i- t h a n
We arrj sole :iye ib Platls
n.outh for the celebrated "Hiack
Cat'' brar.d Trip!'.' Knee Stock
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parents in the west part of the city at
11 o'clock Wednesday, Judge Archer
ofticating. A number of friends and
relatives of the contracting uarties
witnessed the ceremonv and a nice
wedding dinner was spread. They
were the recipients of a number of
elegent presents. The News extends
congratulations and best wishes.
Hard coal delivered to any part of
the city for $7.o per ton, and the un
rivaled Mendota coal delivered for
84.25 per toD. Johx Waterman.
Cottage Grove Avenue. Chicago, was
all run down, could not eat nor digest
food, had a backache which never left
her and felt tired and weary, but six
bottles of electric bitters letored her
health and renewed her strength.
Price 50 cents and fl 00 Get a botile
at F. G. Fricke's drug store. G
For Sale A Poland China male
hog one and one-hslf jears old, gilt
edge pedigree, a grandson of Wood
burn Medium. A high priced record
breaker. Enquire at jtews office.
An Italian pi.-n.i-t.
Caradini, has i ivim:
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arranging piano chords so lha' the',
cannot lose the tension impart
them or get out of tune 0:1 :u .-
Without d'uot, tt:e is i o ii
so common as the pile-, t -.u--
painful or annoy in, or that iris 1 een
so unsuccessfully treatt i. Th. onlv
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A. W. AT WOOD.
3AID UP CAPITAL.
p?rm:in.ent cure fr.r i i:
ing or bl---ding, yi t i
Sawyer's Arnica ar.i
Salve. A. W. Atv.eo.l.
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This story is told of C. uiirrs-ioner
Peck, during his reeo:it rt iv in I'a is.
Lik-j all Arrericar.-. he w;-- 1 o io
put out by trilljs. O.ie i.ie'it an
exeit'ibie b ! l'oov av.o : iri-i i.v t wii g
that the betel w.,- ci ti-e. "How
near i- it?" h w .s 1. "n the
corridor, nsiii-, .,t No. lo." Weil, ;
this room's No 40; c-ili me ag , j -i when
the tire jjets to ; S.'' i
iters the very bot fn '.: !
,,,,.! Legitimate Banking Business.
i li'i.i. vie.ucines.
. 1 !
t c - I
l.-.J ei '
Tho Paris t-xpoition ef 1:
have a theater whicli will s.at
: : ,- ; I c- !
f ! lari.i f :
TUCK?, bonds, rni. irovi-rnnient ami in n.
-ec-uritlt-a i.-ouht !ni s.ohl. Oeiy. si ! s r -eeivt-d
anU Interest allowed on ih? ertli-CMt-3.
I;rr;f-s Grawn, available in any
a.irt of ttie U. S. aa J the prlncliije
towns f Kuro;je. CoKeetl jds ruatjo and
prompi: y remtted. Highest tnarkct
price paid for county warrans. tate
and county bon.i.
f 'ou me re- H. N. Davrv. n. Itav.-Kuor;i V ... '
;.:i pwiujoa 011 or of-.-re 1 l. is ,, . U
I'm is T. Hartley.
II, IIatfisld. Attorney.
f. .r I t O ; f . I '. '
-j'atior.c-ry a n ('.gar1;,
Paints, O.ls, ' m ;i-h Dyes,
Paint, Hair and 'J o :li iJru.shes,
To. let Ar'li.- 1 -. 1 '. : f imery, rfoans,
Siionge-1, i.i-d a.. .- i.-tie- ,f
Druggists' ,S !!! i
Window (Y.V.- a ; '-Vail Paper,
Humphrey's, Ln'.ie's and Munion'd
Hotnoe -fit hi-; 1 ::!,.-.: ies.
Pur e Calif. e n i 1 Wire s and Liquors
or Me.Jieina! u-e-.
In f. c', everything iisuaiiy kept for
Sale in fi rst-ciass Drug Stores.
F. E. White. G. E. Uovey.
Oeo.E. Davey. Pres., S. Watgh, Ca .t ier, i
H. N. Dovev. Asst. Cashier. 1
South Side Main Street,
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