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Suffers a Stroke of Apoplexy
Shortly Before Noon.
Had Entered the riatform to Iiellver An
Address at the Modern Woodmen Pic
nic t BrownirUle When 8trlckenyHI
Case Pronounced" Serious My the: Phy
BF.OWNVILLE, Neb., Aug. 15. (3pe
cial to The ' News.) Senator M. L.
Hayward was overcome by a stroke of
apoplexy in this city shortly before 12
o'clock today. The senator bad been
engaged to make an address at tne
Modern Woodmen picnic and just as
he stepped upon the platform he fell
back unconscious. He was carried
from the grounds and at 1 o'clock was
still unconscious. The doctors who
were summoned to the assistance of
the stricken man have gravo doubts
about his recovery. Mrs. Hayward
was immediately notified and, with her
eon and daughter, left Nebraska City
on a special train for Brownville. The
senator's aQliction has cast a gloom
over the town and the festivities at
the picnic have ceased.
WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF GOLD
Good Fropprrt of Mines In Which Flatts
month Feople Are Interested.
It will be remembered that when
Dr. Stratton was in the city last win
ter he was interested in some gold
mines in Oregon and sold about 10,
000 shares to Piatt -.mouth people.
The following from the Baker City
(Ore.) Republican in regard to these
mines will be of interest to those
"Auburn was once a town of 10,000
busy miners. Its yield of placer gold
was phenomenal. . The source of this
gold has long been a question among
mining men, and much prospecting
has been done to determine its point.
Last fall Portland's noted educator.
Dr. Stratton, took hold of a group of
prospects situated at the head of Blue
cannon and California gulch. Cabins
were built and development prosecuted
with vigor. As a result two veins of
pold bearing ore have been opened
up which show ore bodies eight and
ten feet wide, enclosed in well defined
walls of porphyry. Dr. StraUon be
lieves the veins to bo the source of the
placer gold which made Auburn
famous. He is now engage running a
hundred-foot tunnel on one claim and
is sinking a hundred-foot shaft on the
other, and expects to show up a 'world
beater.' Should the assay tests from
a large batch of samples now being
made in the laboratory of. Wallace &
Hart of this city prove satisfactory,
plans for the erection of a mill will be
drawn. Mr. Wallace, who returned
from an examination of the property
last evening, when interviewed by a
Republican man, expressed much sur
prise that bodies of ore such as these,
lying almost at the doorstepsof Batter
City residences, should so lot g have
remained undisturbed. 'Truly the
half has not been told of the wonder
ful mineral wealth of Eastern Oregon.
Gradually, but 6urely, our ' people are
waking up to the fact that the yellow
metal surround? us on every side and
needs only the will, the muscle and
the energy to bring it to light." '
REPORT OF CHICAGO MARKETS
Following is the range of prices on
the Chicago board of trade today, as
furnished by M. S. Briggs, commis
S r Q
Sept 7J V4 71 'i 70' J 7)VtA
Dec 73'i T3i, Ti'i Tl'H
May 76i 7i 75 ");
Sept :Wi TO1; 30'JA
Dec -Va 3V4
May .S1, JilB
Sept 19'i 195i It' 19
Dec JH IKH !!', 19',
May 21 5 21' .Zl'A -Jlji
Sept .2Tt 27 '8.22 S3
Dec 8.35 X.37 ,! 8.30
Sept .20 3.3) 5.15 5 15
Oct .1.27 5.27 ;5.20 3.20
Sept 5.00 5.02 U.U7 4 S7
Oct 5 07 5.10 ijMrJ 5.tg
A pleasant surprise party was given
last evening in honor of Jesse Perry
at his home. The evening was spent
in games and social conversation until
a late hour, after which bounteous re
freshments were served.
Those present were:. Messrs. and
Mesdames R. M. DungaD, Charlie
Hiatt, Eddie Todd, John Burley;
Misses Anna . - Critchfield, Dora
Worden, Lizzie Stultz, Mertie
Shaw, Daisy Perry, Jessie Shaw, Myr
tlo Worden, Susie Krohler, Lizzie
Krohler, Permelia Newland, Edna
Warren, Margaret Warren; Messrs
Oliver Hudson, Ira Gorham, Kluebell,
Lon Stultz, Herbert Sherwood, Tim
Todd and Joe Perry. -
Card of Thanks.
We desire to return qut heartfelt
thanks to the many friends and to the
members of the Woodmen of the
World, the members of the Turn
verein and to the gentlemen who
took such good care of our beloved
husband"," father, and brother.. Their
acts of kindness will never be for
Mrs. O. Gutiimann, -
COXKAD O. GUTHMAXN,
Makt E. Gutiimaxn,
F. R. GUTHMASS,
Mks.'J. V. Weckbach,
Mks. B. Hemple,
Mrs. P. Racen.
Five-room house, six lots, two num
ber one wells. Fruit and shade. $650.
Reasonable terms. See Frank Davis.
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Cigar clippings, SO cents per pound
at H. Spies.
" Shinn's cafe and fruit stand,Perkins
Ice cream flavored with extracts, 25
cents per quart at Holloway'e.
A new thing an extension step
ladder at Ebinger Hardware Com
pany. Mound City paint. Ail colors. Be6t
on earth. A. W. At wood, the drug
gist sells it.
The Ebinger Ilardwnre Company
carry a full line of the celebrated
Lauden hay tools.
"John Skoumal is building a large
addition to his residence at the corner
of Locust street and Maiden Lane.
Full-line of Quick Meul gasoline and
Blue Flarno oil stoves at Ebinger
Hardware Co., at reasonable prices.
Dr W. ('. Dean, dentist, 409, 410,
McCwgue building, northwest corner
of Fifteenth and Dodge streut,Om&ha.
Ivan G. li -ynolds ar.d Miss Ella
Roe, both aed twenty-five, or He
hawka, were granted a license to wed
F. J. Catteyson, the shoemaker on
South Fourth stieet, does first-class
work. Give him a trial and be con
vinced. The Ebinger Hardware company is
agent for the Monmouth filter and
water cooler. The finest thing out.
For S ile A Remington typewriter,
No. 2. Is in good repair and has been
used but little. Inqui-e at the oTco
of C. S. Polk.
When you want to r-moKP u 10-cect
cigar try Otto WurlV'Snver Wroath"
union made you mi find n ter
on the market.
A platform dance will be given at
Cedar Creek S turday evening by W.
H. Hicks and Philip Keil and a fine
time is anticipated.
James L. Walker, a conservatory
graduate, instructor on piano and or
gan, also in voice culture. Rooms in
the Rock wood block.
The "Gut Heil" 5-cent cigar has an
enviable reputation among smokers.
Union made. For sale by all dealers.
Otto Wurl, Manufacturer.
Ballard's Snow Liniment gives in
stant relief in cases of bleeding.burns,
bruises,scalds,cut!?,elc. Price '2o aud
50c. F. G Fricke & Co.
Try the Stag ir,n.i v.-o- king p ints.
Better wear, boitt-r ft . m re comfort,
more value; cnet no nr i' !h-n inferior
goods 85 cent. F. '. D.vis Co.
Anton Hudecek Las opened a tailor
bhop over Moigan's c othing store.
All work guarant'- d satisfactory.
Special attention to rep;i ring.
The Q Z sot: ety ild business
and soci-il mcel'.tiij .v 'he home of
Mrs. Wil Stri-iiii iHT cvf.iiia-. Nice
refreshments ;v re -e; v.-d and the
evening was pleasantly t-pent.
There will be a lawn social at the
homo of Thomas Wiles on Tuesday
evening, August 15, for the benefit of
the Mission band. Ico cream . will be
served from 4 to 10 o'clock. Every
Plattsmouth is known as tho best
cigar town in the 6tate of Nebraska.
There are a number of brands made in
the town, one of the best of which is
the Exquisito, manufactured by H.
Spies, 304 Main stieet.
The property on Vine street which
A. E. Gass recently purchased of C. F.
Stoutenborough is being remodeled
and will soon present tiie appearance
of an entirely new building. It is be
ing converted into a square cottage.
John P. Sattler came down town
this morning wearing a broad smile,
and when questioned about it he gave
out the information that he was now
the father of eight children, his wife
having presented him with a girl baby
Where the digestion is good, and
the general powers of the system in a
healthy state, worms can find no habi
tation in the human body. White's
Cream Vermifuge not only destroys
every worm, but corrects all derange
ments of the digestive organs. Price
2-jc. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Word has been received from J. M.
Patterson, who was called to the bed
side of a sister in Pennsylvania, to
the effect that the latter is much im
proved in health. Mr. Patterson and
daughter. Miss Edith, will accompany
the invalid to the seashore for a short
stay before they return home.
The eighteen-months-old child of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ball a nee of Lincoln
died at 9 o'clock last night after an
illness of two weeks and will be
brought to this city for burial at 10:30
tomorrow. Services will be held at
the Episcopal church immediately af
ter the arrival of the train and entcr
ment will be made iu OaK Hill ceme
Charles T. D-bb is home from his
trip down the Missouri river, having
left here in company with Fred Black
about three months ago in a hjuse
boat. They have beeu taking their
time to it, slopping at St. Joe, Atchi
son and Leavenworth. At the latter
place Charles got sick from being on
the river so much and was obliged to
coma home, leaving Fred in charge of
the craft. ;
Peter Nagel, at one time a resident
of this city, but now of Lincoln, was
visiting friends In the city yesterday.
This being his first visit In Platts
mouth for fourteen years he could see
many changes. Mr. Nagel and his
brother conduct a German paper in
Lincoln, the Freie Presse, which is
one of the leading German ptipersin
the United States, having a circula
tion of 80,000.
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS A SESSION.
The Canal Amount of Routine Businrug
In Disponed Of.
The city council held the first meet
ing in August at the council chamber
last night with all members present
and Mayor Richey in the chair.
It will be remembered that at a
previous meeting the clerk read a
communication from the Woonsocket
Savings institution, in which they set
up the claim that this city was in
debted to them some $300 in interest
on some bonds. The clerk was or
dered to communicate with Kuntze
I Bros., the city's financial agents iu
INew lork, and has since received an
answer from them. Kuniza Bros.
acknowledge receiving tho money
with which to pay the interest from
II. R. Gering, then city treasurer, but
do not explain why it wasnot paid.
Further cotnmuncalion will be neces
sary to straighten the matter up.
Superintendent J. G. McIIugh and
members of the school board were in
attendance" at the meeting and brought
up tho matter of extending the water
mains to the Columbian school house
in order that the building might have
protection from fire. It was referred
to the fire and water committee for in
vestigation. S utler suggested that it would be a
good plan to reserve six lots in West
O ik Hill cemetery for a square. The
plan was adopted.
Lutz of the tire and water committee
said that he bad heard much com
plaint about tho condition of the city
water. He had looked into the cause
and could find nothing wrong except
that the water in the settling basins
was covered with a scum.
Nothing was done in regard to the
removal of the bell tower and hose
house. The lowest bid yet received
The residence property near the gas
house was reuorted to be in bad con
dition, and the matter of making ne
cessary repairs was referred to tho
gas and light committee with p.jwer
An extra arc light has been ordered
for each ward and the location desig
nated as follows: Firet ward, Fixth
and Dey streets; Socond ward, Ninth
street and Washington avenue; Third
ward, near Columbian schoo!; Fifth
ward, top of hill on Dyke street. The
Fourth ward light has not been lo
cated. The finance committee returned a
batch of claims against the city which
were read by the clerk, and Sattlt-r
made a motion that they be allowed.
ITinshaw amended the mo'ion to ex
cept the claim of 11. O. Fellows for
$10.90, additional pay for printing
election notice. The amendment was
lost by the following vote:
Ays F.tzgerald, Messers-mith, Lutz
(Fifth), Hit shaw 4
Nays Buttery, Herold, Lutz ( Third),
Beal, Snttier, Wha'.cn 6.
The following claims were allowed:
J McMaken. street work $ 13 50
L KiMow, same 24 65
Jesse Scott, same S 75
William Taylor, same 2 70
F G Fricke & Co, merchandise 21 65
W A Boyer, July services tX) 00
Fete Lindsey, street work 5 70
li & M railway, freight fc7 93
John Gingery, street work 16 65
Lehnhoft Hros. labor : 40
Flattsmouth Water Co, water to power
house '-'2 In
Andy Smith, drayage
J Emerson, service at power house
Weckbach & Co, coal
Hans Kathmaun, street work
P J Hansen, salary
Claus Boetel, street work
Fublic library, expense
.. 7 17
. M 00
.. nr. 54
Charles Piper, street work 4 50
William Gingery, same 20 25
Al O'Neill, same H 00
I Fatridge, same IS J'O
W Anthony, hauling dead animal 50
J J Swoboda, street work 1 01
John Waterman. lumber 40 :5
J H Moore, labor
F M Kirhey. lumber. 7(5 54
William Hassler, bUcksmithing 17 40
M Sheldon, street work . 20 70
K O Fellows, advertising 40 P0
M Archer, uncollected fees 20 25
J Fitzpatrick, salary 40 00
Nebraska Telephone Co, toll tarirt 2 70
W W Slater, salary 50 00
TT Fry. salary 40 00
A large amount of street work was
Herold thought the council ousht to
have a copy ol the compiled statutes.
He had understood it could bo secured
free and the clerk was instructed to
get a copy on thoe terms, if possible.
The city clerk was ordered to adver
tise for bids for printing.
A resolution was adopted giving
merchants the right to extend their
show-window3 out over the sidewalk
I here being no further business
Fvll From a liaru.
Johnnie, the ten-year-old son of Mat
Willken, while assisting his father in
tearing the roof from a barn yesterday
afternoon, fell to the ground and
broke his wrist. Dr. Rob Livingston
was called and set the broken member
and tho lad is now getting along all
right. This family is very unfortu
nate about getting their arms broken,
the father and each one of the children
having met with a similar mi-fortune.
Republican Committee Meeting.
There will be a meeting of there
publican county central committee at
Weeping Water on August 19, at 1 p.
m. All members are hereby notified
to be present. M. M . BCTLHi,
The Turner Picnic.
On account of tho heavy rain the
picnic to have been given by the
Turners last Sunday at Nick Halmes'
grove was postponed to next Sunday,
August 20. Everybody is invited to
attend and spend a pleasant afternoon.
The members of the Plattsmouth
Turnverein are requested to meet at
their hall Wednesday evening at 8
The News prints the news.
J. M. Johns spent tb a day in Omaha.
T. F. Wiles made a trip to Omaha
Captain O. II. Allen of Wabash is a
visitor in the city today.
Miss Ruth Philippi of Omaha is the
guest of Miss Louise White.
Ctiarles Richey and wife have re
turned from a trip to Denver.
H. M. Soennichsen went to Omaha
to buy some goods this morning.
Mrs. Fred Lyon of Glen wood, la., is
the guest of Mrs. C. W. Sherman.
Captain George Sheldon was meet
ing Plattsmouth friends last evening.
Mayor F. M. Richey and Sam Shu
maker were business visitors in Omaha
Misses Eva and Ruth Sayles of
Cedar Creek were Plattsmouth visit
Henry Herold will go to St. Louis
Saturday to lay in his fall and winter
stock of goods.
Ed Frcy, who conducts a cigar fac
tory in lied Oak, la., was visiting
Plattstnouth friends today.
P. J. Holmes, the Nehavvka livery
man accompanied by George and Dick
Reynolds, was attending to business in
John Tighe. ex-deputy sheriff of
Cass county, and who is now in the
grin business in Manley, was greeting
old friends iu the city today.
Miss Gene McLennan of Lincoln re
turned to her Home today after
pleasant visit of several days with
Miss Minta Mau.y and other friends
H. F. Taylor, ona of the prominent
and substantial farmers from near
Union, was iu the city on business to
day and favored The News office with
Mrs. II. K. Lon of Glenwood, la.,
parsed through the city today enroute
to Ashland to visit her daughter, Mrs
J. B. LiiCbapelle. She made a short
stop in this citj-.
TKI.KGK VPJ1IC UK1K. S.
Contributions to the Djwey home
now amount to $1S,550.
Earthquake shocks, with torrential
rains, have been reported from Portu
The cigarmakers' lockout at Tampa,
Fl i., has been declared off and all fac
tories are at work.
Tho ton resjimeuts for the Philip
pines are uow completely enlisted with
the exception of eighty men.
Natural gas i:i great quantities has
been s'ruck near Muicantine, la. The
vein is 170 feet below tho surfucj.
Tho torpedo bo;it Fox, built by Wolff
& Zwicker, on the Pacific coast, has
been accepted by the government.
Harper Brothers announce tbt the
price of Harper's Magazine will-here
after bo 25 cents instead of 3j cents, as
P. J. McCormick, a wealth' mining
man, has put up $1,000 to guarantee a
side bet uo to $5,000 to back Gus
Rubiin against tho winner of the Jef-
f i ies-Sh:irkey fight..
It AILKOAl) .NOTES AM) PERSONALS
Walter Holmes had his right hacd
badly crushed while at work this
week. The back cf the band was
burstod open. The hand had gotten
under a heavy piece of iron. Have-
The Burlington railroad will make
a rate of 7j cents for the round trip 'o
Omaha Saturday on account of the
Jficksonian picnic. V. J. Bryan will
be in attendance and a number of the
faithful from here will attend.
t imt-t'lHS TnllorliiK-.
If you waut to have a suit of clothes
or a pair troupers made by a reliable
tailor, c U on J. C. Piak in the Leon
ard block, second floor. You should
see his tine nsi-orlrnent of fall and win
ter woolens. All work doe by him is
cuarantefrd in every respect. No work
goes out of his shop unless it is satis
factory, and it won't cost much more
to have your work dune by bim than
it wou'd by eastern so called custom
m'de (m swea shop-i.) C. caning and
repairing given p ompt attention.
::! Ki I mtnatlon.
A sp;-c;al cxiu. nation for teachers'
certificates w ill b: hold at Elmwood
Ttiesd tv ana Wednesday, August 29
Pupils wirhing to t-:ke the eximiua
tion for s-. udents'' crti licatea for free
attendance nt public high school may
present themselves at this time.
GrcortGK L. Farlev,
1 1. im mocks.
Hammorka this year are both varied
and numerous in design, and also,
which Is pleasant news, very reason
able in price. Those of colored twine
are perhaps more pleasant and com
fortable for lying in than tho rougher
hemp, and Just as strong. They are
wider, less given to tipping and depos
iting their burden on the grass or ver
anda floor, and better balanced than
As there Is nothing so conducive to
perfect comfort on a hot summer'
day than a pleasantly hung hammock,
no one should go to the country with
out one. In the shops they are show
ing tiny ones for babies, and many
doctors advocate letting the little ones
sleep in a properly hung hammock
during the warm night3, on the theory
that they are more healthful than over
heated cribs, with hair mattress and
Tents are displayed of all kinds and
descriptions. To those in possession of
a large lawn or golf links tents placed
here and there are oases in a sun
baked stretch. Many swinging chairs
are fashioned somewhat like tents.and
are considered quite a boon for grand
father or grandmother.
We are agents for Balduff's
confectionery. There is
nothing finer made. If you
want something real fine,
call on us.
ARISTOCRATS IN TRADE.
The duke of Northumberland, the
heir of all the Percys, with a direct de
scent from one of William I'a favor
ites, has a reputation for excellent but
ter, says Tit-Bits, and the ducal brand
is In great demand within a radius of
many miles from Lyon House, Brent
ford. The most noble the marquis of Rl
pon has an ideal dairy at his seat,
Studley Royal; and IU products, yel
low butter and delicious cream, are
sold In two dairy shops, one in Leeds
and the other at Rlpon.
Another marquis still better known
in the world of trade is Lord London
derry, whose coal Is as unimpeachable
as his family escutcheon. Time was
when the earl of Hardwlcke, as Vis
count Royston, was a cigar merchant.
He has now transferred his energies
to Capel Court and Is half stock broker
and half newspaper owner.
The earl of Harrington supplements
his income from 13,00(7' acres by the
profits of a green grocery shop at Char
ing Cross, to which the fruits and
vegetables grown at his Derby seat, El
vaston Castle, find their way.
The earl of Raafurly has for many
years been an aetive and successful
fruit grower at Moldura, Victoria. His
farm there is the envy and pride of the
fruit colony, and Its condition is due
very largely to the earl's own personal
work on it.
The seventeenth earl of Caithness
has been literally nursed as a farmer,
and is prouder of his American ranch,
covering over twenty square miles, the
fruit of his years of hard work, than
of his earl's coronet.
The last earl of Seafield was a bailiff
and small farmer in New Zealand, and
his suecessor. the young earl of today.
Is also engaged in Industrial pursuits
The late Viscountess Hampden.when
he was released from the exacting post
of speaker of the house of commons,
turned his attention to milk and but
ter, and his Glynde dairy was noted
for its excellence.
Lord Rayleigh, the great scientist
and brother-in-law to Mr. A. J. Bal
four, takes as much Interest in milk as
In argoa and the doings of the Royal
IL-rbine Is well adapted to the cure
of fevers of all kinds, because it thor
oughly cleanses the stomach and bow
els of all bilious humors, and expels
all impure secretions of the body.
Price 50c. F. G. Fricke & Co.
In County Court. Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Martin Mahooay,
Ino. Maboner. Maeaie Mohan
Thos. Mahoney. Julia Elder, Anna Meeker,
Mack Mahoney, Nellie Mahoney, Nina Mahoney
and Cornelius, Julia, Mary, Grace and Arthur
Mahonev. minors, and all otner persons inter
ested in said matter are hereby notified that on
the 14th day ot August, lsw. Ueorge v. Meeker,
administrator of said estate, tiled in said court
his petition asking (or an order of said court au
thorizing him to accept from Aaron C. Loder. as
former guardian of ADn and Martin Mahoney,
incompetent, in full settlement ot all claims and
demands of the estates of the said Ann Mahoney
and Martin Mahoney, against the guardian,
Aaron O. Loder, the sum ot $1,875.UU and a con
veyance of the L M ol the N V ot section 6,
township 11, range 10, east, in Cass county, Ne
braska. That bv the order of said court duly en
tered on the 14th day of August. A. D. 1899,
hearing on said petition will be had the 6th day
of September. A. D. 1899. at 11 o'clock a. m of
which you and each of you will take due notice,
and that if you fail to appear before said court
on the et h day of September, 1890, at 11 o'clock
a. m. and contest said petition, the court may
grant the prayer of said petition, and make such
other and lurtner orders in tne premises as may
be just and equitable.
Witness mv hand and tlie seal of said court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 15th day of Aug
ust, 189V. UfiORGE ftl. SPVRLOCK.
(Seal) County judge.
By L. K. Hasse, Clerk of County Court.
Byron Clark & V. A. Kawls and C. S. Folk, At
torneys tor petitioner.
First publication August 15, 1899.
In County Court. Cass County. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Anna Mahoney,
John Mahoney, Maggie Mohan, Tame
honev. Thomas Mahonev. lulia Elder.
Meeicer, niact manoney, oeuic manoney, ima
Mahonev and Cornelius, Julia, Mary, Grace and
Arthur Mahoney, minors, and all other persons
interested in said matter are hereby notified that
on the 14th day of August, ltm, George W.
Meeker, administrator of said estate. riled in said
court his petition asking for an order of said
court authorizing mm to accept irom Aaron (J.
Loder. as former guardian of Ann and Martin
Mahonev. incompetent, in full settlement of all
claims and demands of the estates of the said
Anna Mahoney and Martin Mahoney. against th
guardian, Aaron C. Loder. the sum of $1,875 00
and a conveyance of the EH of the NW!4 of sec
tion o, township li. range 10. east, in Uass county,
Nebraska. That by the order of said court, duly
entered on the 14th day of August, A. D. 18M. a
hearing on said petition will be had on the fkh
day of September. A. D. 1899. at 10 o'clock a. m.
rf whirh vnn and Mrh of you will take due
notice, and that if you fail to appear before said
court on the said 8th day of September. 1899. at
10 o'clock a. m.. and contest said petition, the
court may grant the prayer of said petition, and
make such other and further orders in the prem
ises as may be just and equitable.
Witness mv hand and the seal ot said county
court at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 15th day of
August. A. L. 1899.
UKORGB M . SPUR LOCK,
(Seal) County Judge.
By L. K. Hasse. Clerk of County Court.
Byron Clark & O. A. Kawls and C. S. Polk,
attorneys tor petitioner.
First publication August 15, 1809.
Are all the raee now.
We are 6elling pood
ones three for 5c, but
ot hers get 3c piece for
the eme thing. Call
and eee them
John T. Coleman,
IPWELER. E .
Snnnd door South ot Postoffloe fc ,
The New . I
B-fl tJ it
We have- just received an
other consignment of these
new ties that excel anything
s'-own in the city. The rapid
sale of the first shipment is
sufficient reason why you
should come early, before the
assortment is broken.
WE SELL THEM...
6. E. W6S60tt & Son S
We Are on the Corner. ijnO-
A Few More of Those
Iron Beds Left..
Beautiful Line of Bookcases..
Just received Ccmi in rpiI prion Vm. ...An elegant An
tique Oik Sideboard troe for Slo for ttio n.xt thirty luy.
This is a rare barpain and cannot be dup'icatcd any hero.
Those Oak Rockers at $1.75...
Are BARGAINS which pwryoiic t;ikcs hold nf who a es
J. I. UNRUH,
The Furniture Mar. anci Jr,
or and banish "pains
of menstruation. They are " lAVll SAVCUS" to pirls at
womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm lifo
becomes a pleasure. 1.(N liOX 11Y MAIL. Sold
by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland. Ohio.
Gering & Co., Druggists.
.O 0 35 mt 3 -O
New Hardware Store
Having returned to Plattsmouth, I will be jflad
to welcome all my old customers, as well as new ones,
and show them a select line of Stoves, Hardware,
Tinware and anything usually carried in a first-class
Be sure and call, as I have sonic prices that will
JOHN R. COX,
Rockwood Block, PLAITSMOUTH
For 20 Years Hss
Led ml Wsrm h
f Prepared by.
F. G. FRICKE
The Platte Mutual insurance
8150,000 Insurance -n Force.
HOME OFFICE AT PLATTSMOUTH. N B
UHY will yoo xm your munej' t 'f 'eit' Irur n.cv cim, i,- . i ,, ,
out of tbe state, when yu can pet In ur nce for lei- c-o-i fr. .Wh
Company. Only the Best Class of Business and Dwvllmu ousc
nrnairinnt - T Frank Wiles. Secretary:
Weacott, W. J. White, Henry Boeck, D.
They overcome Weak
ness, irregularity aud
omissions, increase vifr-
WJ J to J - 3
Frank J. Mnrirnn tv., .-,. cr v.
O. Dwyer, Geo. A. Hay, II. R. Gering
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