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vril,ny w;iH ,-,.,..,.,, , ,.,,.lIrj,1Hr
"f df'puti.'H yfstf-r.l.iy. Tlu- norland
hurled Hnat.hf.niaH at M. .1. Van.hn
r'ifl,,ui, who fiirtfj.voi.-.l t(. explain
tho union t:ik-n hy tho poll.; yester
lay ami thtt woclalh t poi KiHtwitly ln-tf!i-riipfMl
ami inmilt.-d tho i.n'inhir. re
proaching him with !,i.Jn reaponsl
lI lor yfstorday'H i(,nllii -tn hftwocn
tin; ppoplf! and tho police.
AlMiouKh a vote censuring tho gov-
rniucnt was rejected by thr rluilmr
tiy a vote of Hlxty-Hfv.Mi to th-lrty one,
the tumult wuh bo Kroat that tho i res
ident HiiHpondfd the Hittiiu;. Tho so
fiallHtH then led a ehe.-iiiiK crcwd,
nhoutin "viva In rfjpuhlhjmV to the
park, when; a conflict with "."iid.-irni-cs
occurred. Thence the inol, pro
ceedel to the nubile. H'jnare. the sihoriH
cloning an the riofera approached.
Later it wn announced that Klrif?
Leopold had a long conference ith
Vanden I'erebooin. iie:g.-re and l;-er-Kaert.
The latter has neen suirn.on
ol from The llanne. It was reported
that M. V'unden I'ereboom wo'.ild ro
fdftn. When the chamber reas.sciubled to
nlHht M. De.stre, Hociallst. (ailed atten
tion to the riots which had occurred
hIuco the adjournment, in which he
wuh struck by a gendarme' a word
and demanded the uihii'h iMiniiihir.tiir.
Thereupon the chamber at mce re
turned to a sta-to of tumult, the sovlal
iatH, surroundinK M. Vaiden I'ere
boom with clenched fists, d-iuue..;inK
him. As the tumult increased the
In the meantime the streets were
filled by a shouting mob. which event
ually gathered In front of the war
ministry, where gendarmes witli their
swords drawn attempted to disperse
Order have been issued prohibiting
street asseiiiblaKefi tonight.
At the concliiHloii of a great meet
ing; in the town hall this evening thou
Bands attempted to cross the mrand
place, In which the town hall stands.
The gendarmes charged with drawn
swords and the crowd retaliated with
stones. Shots were fired on both
sides. Threo persons were wounded
and a police officer was severely stab
bed with a shoemaker's knife.
The rioters on being dispersed as
sembled In the Hue Royal, tenting
up the imvlng stones and unlng tnese
mlssileu. Finally the civic Kuard was
ordered out to relieve the police. De
spite these attempts to suppress the
disturbances rioting continued to a
lake hour, many perKoir.i being in
jured. Ultimately the troops were called
and thirty-five arrests were made,
many of those taken in custody beiHg
In possession of revolvers.
The public prosecutor, with his en
tire staff, remains on permanent d-uty
at the Hotel de Villo.
It is rumored that one man who was
wounded has since died at the hos
pital. The hill of M. Vanden Pereb xnn
seeks to perpetuate the clerical domin
ation of the coHntry. It piovulc.i for
a proportional representation In dis
tricts electing more than three mem
bers. The liberals and socialists rea
lize that its effect would 1)3 to maintain
the Catholic representation in th
smaller constituencies and practically
to exclude the literals and socialists
from the larger districts
A new Nernaert ministry is predict
ed as the outcome of the agitation. In
extent the crisis is one of the most
serious that has occurred in Helclan
Sityn Kenuotly la I nnocon t.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., July 1. Will
iam Jennings, or "Bill' Ryan, one of
the convicted Macomb train robbers,
has made a written confession, in
which he declares that Kennedy is In
nocent of the crime of which he has
been adjudged guilty.
In the course of his confession Jen
nings, or Ryan, says: "In company
with another man I arrived at Nigh's
house on Christmas eve, at which place
we planned said hold-up an. carried
it out, and I know nil of the parties
concerned in said robbery, and just
as sure as there is a God in heaven,
just so sure is there one man who
stands convicted of being one of the
party in said hold-up that is as inno
cent of being at Macomb on January
3 or in the neighborhood thereof as a
new-born babe, and that man is John
He adds that If Shepard will speak
he can corroborate this.
New Lo-ouiotlvR for Vnion Facitio.
OMAHA, Neb., July 1. Forty ten
wheel locomotives of tho "1700" series
are now being delivered to the Union
Pacific for use exclusively on the Ne
braska division freight traffic. Nos.
1703 and 1704 are already at the shops
here and are being run about the yards
getting into smooth working order for
service on the road immediately. Eight
more are on the road and will be here
tomorrow. The other thirty will com-j
at the rate of one a day.
Kpuorth League Otticer.
Fr i n Saturday s Daily.
iVie members of the Epworth
League held tneir regular business
and social meeting last evening- at the
home of Mrs. A. P. Campbell. Re
freshments were served during the
evening. Following i a list of tho
newly-elected officer?, who will look
After the business affairs of the society
for the ensuing term:
President C S. Polk.
First Vice President Elizabeth
Second Vice President Margaret
Third Vice President EJna Eaton.
Fourth Vice President Mrs. Nettie
Secretary A?nes Beach.
Treasurer Nellie Whaieu.
Chorister Mrs. A. P. Campbell.
Buys a kemstitchwd handkerchief of
Elson. the Clothier.
Ah Atchison man is so lucky that
he loses his umbrella on a clear day.
MAYOR OF MISXiGON KIILID.
Miot Down ly it 1 IshioIiiI l OMco
HrrUrr Who Commits Sulclilv.
AIi'SKEUON, Mich.. July 1. Mayor
James Jla'olrnlo wan assassinated at
noon yesterday by J. YV. Tayer, a dis
appointed t illicit seeker. Tayer shot
Mayor Balbiinie while the latter was
Htandltig in tlii- doorway of his stor
Halbl'tilo expired fifteen minutes lat
er. Tayer swallowed some, carbolic
acii ana then turned the revolver uu
John W. Tayer was ex-city po. di
rector. At the time of the shooting,
Western avenue, the main thorough
fare, fin which the mayor's store id
situated, was crowded.
After the mayor was shot, he stag
gored, turned and ran upstairs. re
fore he had reached tho stairway
Tayer was lying on the walk with a
bullet through his breast. Fearing
that h had not completed his work,
Tayer swallowed the contents of a
bottlf of carbolic acid. He vas re
moved to tho city hall, where he died
at 1 o'clock. The affair arose over
Mayor Halblrnle's refusal to reap
point director of the city poor. Tayer
had hftld the position for some years,
but thin spring was ousted. He then
, Ilea tie
sextion and was refused.
Aaseta too Siiutll to Out.
HAY CITY, Mich., July 1. Spencer
O. Fisher, ex-congressman, leading
democratic politician and formerly a
wealthy lumberman, has Hied a peti
tion In bankruptcy in the federal court.
Tho action is the result of a scries of
misfortunes, caused by failures of oth
ers with whom Mr. Fisher had busi
ness relations. Tho petitioner's per
sonal liabilities are given at $12H,475,
about $75,000 of which is secured by
mortgages anl otner collateral. Mr.
Fisher Is liable for some $1520, 000 com
mercial paper, signed jointly with vari
ous business associates. All his avail
able assets are pledged to secure tho
Indebtedness of himself and of the firm
of Turner & Fiber. As to the petition
er's assets of $lti(,(O0 due on notes,
$1,200 are scheduled as good, the re
mainder worthless; flll,.r00 due's on
open accounts is all stated to bo worth
less. Of Mr. Fisher's personal indebt
edness, $2t;0,000 is scheduled as notes
and bills which (night to be paid by
Out of Omtraiit hie.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 1. The
steamer Nippon Maru, suspected of
being infected with the bubonic
plague, has been released from quar
antine, after being thoroughly fumi
gated by Dr. Kinyoun, the federal
quarantine. officr, at Angel's Island.
Its passenger and crew were held on
tin Island, but the steamer Is now
lying off the Pacific Mall docks,
where it is the intention to unload 'the
Although Dr. Barbnt, bacterioligist
of tho Hoard of Health, fears t7at the
bacilli taken from the glands of the
two Japanese sailors found in the bay
are plague bacilli, from their close re
semblance to the germs of the Asiat
ic Olsfa-se, he cannot express a defi
nite (-pinion until today, when the cul
tures will have been developed. Mean
time the members of the Hoard of
Health declare their intention to pre
vent the landing of freight from the
IMtllc with IIiiliMiii-r.
SAN JOSE. Cal., July 1. In a bat
t'e with highbinders in Chinatown at
mi .'night Deputy Sheriff V. L. P.ache
was shot in the side and badly wound
ed. A bullet entered, but did not pe
etrito the abdominal cavity. Sheriff
L.ang'"ord received word that six high
binders were coming from San Fran
cisco to kill I'jCv On Poon, president
of the Hip Sing Tong, and with sev
eral d-putlc-s was on watch, when a
gang of Chinese appeared and opened
fire, which was returned by the officers-
Deputy Hache was hit at the
first volley, and it is thought that one
of the Chinese was killed, but his body
has not been found. Four of the Llgh
binders were arrested.
Yitlt'.iciii Sails for M:miHi.
WASHINGTON, July 1 The war
department is in receipt of the follow
SAN FRANCISCO, Juiy 1. Adjutant
General, Washington: Transport Va
lencia left yesterday evening .. ith
headquarters band, troops B and M,
Tenth cavalry, seven officers, 195 men,
200 rounds carbines, 120 pistol ammu
nition per man. Companies E and II
Twenty-fifth infantry, three officers,
253 men. 200 rounds rhlo ammunition
per man, one assistant surgeon, one
acting assistant surgeon, six men,
hospital corps. SH AFTER,
Some Xeiv Instruments.
The M. W. A. band boys have re
ceived five now instrument?, valued at
about $.'300, direct from the manufac
turing establishment of O. J. Conn,
Elkhart, Ind. Tho instruments are
fine ones, and with these additions the
boys will undoubtedly hi able to give
the best of satisfaction in tho musical
The band now has eighteen mem
bers, with a prospect of securing sev
eral more. Ed Schulhof has been se
lected as director, and under his man
agement the boys hopo to considerably
improve their talents. A movement
is on foot to have the band play at the
park every Sunday afternoon, and if
no objection is made by church people
to such a proceeding there is a pros
pect of regular Sunday afternoon con
certs. Lntil July Tenth.
Judge B. S. Ramsey this morning
aljournod district court until July 10,
at which time ho will decide who is to
pay the costs incident to the Watson
disbarment proceedings. This morn
ing he granted permission to the peti
tioners to file counter affidavits and to
the defense to file additional affidavits
in the matter of tho verbal stipulation
entered into prior - to the hearing of
the casr, that the losing parties were
to pay the costs of tho same. Ne
braska City News.
List ef Letters.
Remaining uncalled for at the post
office at Plattsmoulh, July , 1899:
Dickson, G C)
Hamers, John E
Nixon, Mrs Ida
Pirott, Mr A
Goodell, K M
Mayer, Mrs Henry
Nix, Mrs Gustave
Van SheeU, Delia Witherell, S
When calling for any of the above
letters please say "advertised."
C H. Smith, Postmaster.
RICH DIGGINGS AT CAPE NOME.
Wnnhlnc i'roUtable, but Urnrock Hum
Not Vrt Been K. iirb.'il.
SEATTLE, Wash.. June 28 The
latest advices from the newly dis
covered gold fifcld at Cape Nome,
Alaska, are contained in a letter from
Major H. S. irigraham of Seattle, who
writes under date of February 2,
Major Ingmham is the leader of a
party of fourteen men, who were
fitted out by Prince Lulgl of Italy and
local business men. He went first to
Kotzebue sound, but finding nothing
there, crossed overland to Cape Nome,
with a portion of the party, enduriirx
considerable hardship. Part of the
time the men had but two pancakes
a day. Major liigTaham writes:
"On September 23 Fix men Went to
work to tost their claims, some on
Snow creek and the rest on Anvil
creek. Tha best paa was obtained on
Snow creek and amounted to $8.25.
The aggregate of four days' work was
$4 less than $1,800. Tho gold was of
good quality and sold at St. Michael
without assay for $10.85 per ounce.
"On account of the lateness of the
season and lack of supplies no attempt
to reach bedrock was made. The news
soon spread and there lias been a
constant arrival of prospectors from
Unalaska, St. Michael and as far south
as Kuskoqulm. Fully 500 locations
have been made tit date-
"Two other districts havo betm or
ganized, one at Linrock, beyond Cape
Rodney, and the other with Bonunsca
creek as a center. The rich finds at
Cape Nome and on the Ne-Uck-Luck,
a tributary of Fish river, prove be
yond doubt that the rich mineral belt
of the Yukon crossea to SilK-ila. Pay
dirt is reported to have been struck
on a river flowing into the chain oi
lakes having outlet at Port Clarence.
"Before starting from Kotzebue
sound, December lf, 1898, prospectors
had como in from tho Noatak, re
porting the discovery of a rich and
extensive mineral belt north of the
river. In November, 1898, there was
a 6tanipede from among the prospec
tors wliiteilng on the Kowak to re
ported rich diggings on the Alashuck,
a tributary of the Kyukuk. There la
no doubt but that next summer will
witness remarkable developments in
the vicinity of Gollviu bay."
MEETING Of REFORMERS.
iatl.erl.if; at HufTalo of Muuy I1
BUFFALO, June 28. Distinguished
men from al sections of the country
are expected here today t participate
in tho discussion on reforms before
the national social and political con
ference, which will open at 10 o'clock.
An elaborate program nas been ar
ranged. Today national and local mo
nopolies will be discussed; on Thurs
day, militarism, single tax, non-parti
san temperance, organized labor and
direct legislation will be among the
subjects discussed, and on Frltay,
"What Can the Parties Do?" and "Is
a New Party Needed?" will be de
bated. Later on that day the people
with ideas "as to the first thing to do"
will meet and select speakers, who
will address the deluegates on Satur
day. The committee will report on
Monday as to possiblue harmony in
method. A general discussion Milul
Alul the meetings will be in execu
tive session. Among those expected to
be present are Cnlef Justice Doster of
Kansas supreme court, Attorney
General Frank Monnett, of Ohio, Rev.
R. Heber Newton, President Gec.rge
A. Coles of Iowa college. Hon. Char-
ion Butler, Geordge Fred Williams and
Eugene V. Debs. On the Fourth of
July there will be two public sessions
addressed by prominent men and wo
Ken t .ic'isy Democrats In Convention.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., June 28. The
belligerency of the delegates to the
state democratis convention from all
appearances passed away during the
night. Chairman Red wine this morn
ing ordered the first bailor for gover
nor without arousing a wrord of. pro
test. It proceeded in a humdrum way,
the three candidates dividing the vote
just about as they have been from the
start. Conferences between the Stone
and Hardin managers lasted until late
in the night without bringing them
nearer to an agreement. They have
nothing in common save opposition to
Goebel and that cause does not appeal
strongly enough to their followers to
bring about a working agre-nv?nt. The
whole contest still swings around the
Kenton county man, who has from
the start played his hand coolly and
skillfully and has not yet lost a trick.
The drift of the .Hardin-Stone coali
tion is strong! toward Hardin in pref
erence to Stono, but there is no sign
that it can be made effective.
The first ballot, the fourteenth since
voting began, resulted: Stone, 378;
Hardin, 858, Goebel, 356.
Torn to IMecen.
Dr. Cagley, a dentist, and Dr. Per
kins, a physician, oi Shenandoah, la.,
last, evening went to Farragut, la., on
a little fishing trip. It seems that Dr.
Cagley had ideas of his own in refer
ence to capturing fish in a mode more
easily than with a hook and perhaps
faster. So he took along several sticks
of dynamite, which he intended to ex
plode in the water and then gather up
the fish as they lay stunned or dead on
top of the water.
Early this morning, while out get
ting ready to discharge the dynamite
under the water, it seem that Dr.
Cagley carried one of the sticks of
dynamite under his a-m or in his
hand. In soma way the powerful ex
plosive was discharged and the whole
side of his body torn away. Dr. Per
kins rendered all of the aid possible
to his friend but the explosion had
torn away so much of the body that it
was really past human skill to save
his life, and his friend died in a short
The deceased is well known in this
city, having visited here often with
Dr. J. P. Nesbitt, and was one of the
most popular dentists in fouthwestern
Iowa. He leaves a wife and several
children to mourn his sudden death.
Nebraska Citv News.
Thomas Rhoads, Centerfiold, O.,
writes: lT suffered from piles seven
or eight years. No remedy gave me
relief until DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, less than a box of which perma
nently cured me." Soothing, healing,
perfectly harmless. Beware of coun
terfeits. F. G. Fricke & Co.
This rule can always be depended
upon: A gossip will be just as bad as
the listener permits him to be.
CITY AND COUNTY.
S A l t ' lil. Y
A. L. "v. linger wm mi On.uh-i pM.-.-en
ger today on the fat mail.
Mrs. John Mumm went to Louisville
tlii afternoon for a vi-il over Sundiy
Hon. William Neville returned tlii
morning from a business trio to Hiys
viile, 1 1 1.
Mr. IC. V. lilac! and Jrs Will
Allls departed lor Iti'r. ver today on a
Dr. K. J5. ahace ol litinn was in
town today looking after legal malt -rn
at tho court hou-e.
Tho M. W. A. band h.-n been en
gaged to play at the Fourth of July
celebration ut Louisville.
T. H. Pollock and T. 11. Kwing. who
went to Chicago a few days at'o to at
tend a convention of independent tele
phone companh s, returned hoinolhh
J. W. Uridge arrived in the city to
day from Hannibal, Mo., and will nr
rangn to m'.'ve his family lothatpli.ee.
He has sold his property in the Third
ward to I '.'-ad White
n another column oi Tin: Ni:w.sap
pears the announcement of C. II. Wes
cott & Son s icmoval, on July o, to
their new room at the corner of Fifth
and Main streets. Read it.
J ooias ) on n n arrived borne Iiom
Oklahoma this morning, where ho h'is
been for a week looking at tho coun
try. He waw pretty well pleased with
the country 'tid may decide to mov
v smaa wrccK on me n. iv m. was
reported near Wuhoo today, but no one
was scriour-ly injured. Charley John
son, formerly tho local yardmastcr, is
reported to have b3 en the corductor
on the train.
A shel'lll from K'Hi-:is was in town
touay aiiu mane arrangements ioi me
removal to Kansas of Witters, the
fruit tree man. Tho Kansas author
ities paid all tho court costs and Mat
thew Goring dismissed the habeas
In district court today the testimony
in the caso of Ilonry Eikenbary vs. W.
IJ. Porter was concluded, while a ver
dict was rendered in ft.vor of tho
plaintiff in the case of Frank R. Guth
mau.vs. William O. Weston. The di
vorce caso of Carrie F.. Black vs.
Junius N. Black was dismissed.
Quite a number of Plaitsmouth peo
ple contemplate attending the educa
tional convention, which is to be held
at San Francisco, Cal. Next Wednes
day a party consisting of Mis-cs Olive
Gass, Florence Richardson, Fmma. Ed
wards. M:s. A. Clark, Mrs. 15. Elson,
Mrs. Nobe and Messrs. G. L Farley,
Casper Thygeson and O. D. Thygeson
will leave for that place.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head
aches. Thsy make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up .your
health. Easy to take. Try them.
Only 2o cents. Money back if not
cured. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
ATCHISON OI.OISi: SIOIITS.
We thoroughly despise the candid
man who is always telling people what
WThat has become of the old fash
ioned woman who didn't think she was
treating her guests tight if they ever
When a man is invited out to dinner
at some time in the future, without a
date being sef, he reflects that he has
been fooled that way before.
The women are about to b eclipsed
a woman will
visit in Atchison
shortly who was
doctors rem lined
onco so sick threo
at hr r bedside all
When a woman
admits to another
occasionally finds a
woman that she
bedbug in her house, it indicates that
she reposes the greatest confidenco in
An Atchison woman bought a dress
that was warranted not to shrink with
washing. She had a good cry about
something the first time she had it on
and th? dress shrank about two inches.
One objection to prayer is that a
great many cast their burdens on the
Lord, and shake oil further responsibil
ity, leaving someone less given to pray
ing to blaza a way out of the difficulty.
The Het Opportunity.
Owing to circumstances over which
they had no control, the Tootle-
Weakley Millinery company was
forced to take tho 3tock of goods sold
to J. Wolf & Co., known as the
Metropolitan Milliner' store, and are
now going to give the people or
Plattsmouth and vicinity somo ex
ceedingly low prices wholesale and
below ;s long as the goods last.
The stock is all new, the store having
been established but a short time, and
you are sure to get up-to-date goods at
satisfacto-y prices. This is certainly
grand opportunity for anyone
needing millinery goods.
Is your liver tired? Does it fail to do
its duty? If so, don't neglect its call
for help. A few doses of He: bine may
save you a spell of sickness. Ilerbine
is the only perfect liver medicine. It
cures chills and fever. Price oOcte.
F. G. Frieke & Co.
Fun Sale on Kent Store room
and dwelling combined, 34x-5S feet,
known as the T. V. Davis store, in
Murray. Inquire of J. W. Edmund-,
Preserve your trees and shrubbery
by purchasing ono of those spayers cf
the Ebinger Hardware company.
Insure in the German American.
Fred Ebinger, Agent.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not expre s the rupture of
Annio E. Springer, of 1 HI". Howard st -Philadelphia,
J'u., when slio found
that Dr. King' New Di.-eovery for
Consumption lal completely cured
her of a hacking co-igh that, for many
years had made life a burden. All
oth' r remedies and doctors could giv
her no help, out M savn ol ItiiH ifova
Cure "it soon removed tho pain in n.
chest and I can now sleep soundly
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding it
praises throughout the universe!." S
will every ono who tries Dr. King'
New Discovery 'it any trouble of th
throat, chet it luiiirs. I'ricu c. ant
? 1.0(1. Trial bottles free at F. (
r rlcko iV Los. drug store; ever'
l'lrtt on Colored 11uwjh.
ST. LOUIB, July 1. A special to the
Fost-Iijnitch from Curbondale, 111.
says: Word h-as Jut been received
here that tho colored natu from I 'ana,
111., who went to the Williamson coun
ty coal field hid night received an ex
cecaiiiyiy warm reception woduy, as
they were attempt lag to retch tin
mines at Fredouia. Wlmi Hearing
the mines they were met with a fiia
Hade of shots, resulting In the killing
of two persons and the wounding "of
twenty mou. Desultory firing has
been in progress ail morning and tho
situation Is critcal
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject is narrated by him as follows
"I was in a most dreadful condition
My sum was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tontrue coated, pain con
tinually in back and sides, no appe
tite gradually growing weaker day
by day. Three physicians had trivet
me up. r ortunately, a Iriend advisei
trying 'Electric Hitters;' and to my
great joy and surprise, tho first bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
tinucd their u-e for three weeks, and
am now a weil man. I know limy saved
my lito, ami robbed tho grave ot an
other victim." No ono sh iuld fail to
try them. Only oO c'.s , guarantee.!, at
b G. Fricke fc CoV drug store.
Lord RalLslmry ,(.'!( I5wi'::'s.
minister, once hnmll 'd a , :
shovel. During the ;;.it Ai:
gold cmze be set out as a -,o u
and the hovel in v!iih he I've ! :
rough, rcd-shirUnl miner is , .-..;...
fronltlile Vlll ico.
The healthiest spot in the worhi
seems to be a little l'aml.t in F:ine.
named Aumone. Then' are oniy t'e l
inhabitants, twenty-five of v. !::.
SO yenrs of age and i.i;e i-; . e. ei .
Imperfect digestion and assimilation
produce disordered conditio:! of the
jyfrtem, which grow ;;iiJ arc confirmed
by neglect. Herblno gives tone to tho
stomach, and causes good digestion.
Price SO cts. F. G. Fricke & Co.
W. D. Jones has sold a half interest
in his livery b.irn to A. Magown auu
wants all of his old .accounts settled at
once. 1 he new hrm is weil hxed to do
a general livery business. They will
pay especial attention to picnic par
ities, weddings, f unci als, etc., as they
havo the finest turnouts in the city.
Hack orders promptly attended, day
or night. Special cart; taken of board
ing horser. ITiit-m 'ii:h telephone 7f
Wo don't see why -jir s n-e sen'
abroad for a rumb'-r of ya-s to study
art, when canvasses s come through
the town cv v few weeks who will
teach ho.v t e-il.ug r.u 1 color no'--traits
in tvo les-on.-.
Is not what a person should
look for when buying Silverware,
for you get something cheap in
quality. We sell the best Rogers
goods at p.ics within the reach of
JNO. T. COLEMAN
. . .JEWELER
Second Door South of Postctfice.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
Myrtle Barnes, I'laintilt.l
George Morgan and
Morgan, wfeot Cieorge
Morgan (first and real I
name unknown,; De-
George Morgan and Morgan, wife ol
George Morgan, hrst and real name unknown)
defendants, will take notice that on the if th day
of June. A. D . ls'.. Myrtle iiarnes. plaintiff
herein, tiled her petition in the district court of
Cass county, Nebraska, against said defendants,
the object and prayer of w hich are to quiet the
title to the following described premises, situatod
in the county ot Lass and state oi Nebraska, to
wn: 1 he northeast quarter ot section twenty
nine "a township twelve (lli.) north, in range
eleven (11.) east of the sixth uriocipal meridian,
in plaintirf, as against defendants, by decree ol
said court, and to declare any claims of
trie said defendants in or to said premises
null and void, and of no effect, and that
the cloud cast upon plaintiff's title to said
premises by reason of a defective acknowledge
ment certificate appended to a deed made by
the defendant, George .Morgan, to Kosan Decker,
be forever removed and declared null and void,
and plaintilf title to said premises be declared
to be legal and valid and billy established in law
and equity and for fuch other and further relief
as may be just and equitable.
l ou are required to answer said petition on or
before the 31st day of July, A. D. 18t't.
Dated June iy, ism.
Myrtle Barnes, Plaint;.
By J. M. I.eyda, Attorney.
In County Court. Cass County. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Lydia Flausburg,
Abbie Dudley. Martin Flansbure. Frfnkie
Smith, Dave Woodard. James Woodard, the un
known heirs ot Hannah r.. Kockwell. deceased.
and all other persons interested in said matter
are hereby notified that on the l'-!th day of June,
1-y:. L has. H. Kockwell hied a petition in said
court, alleging among other tilings that Iydia
r lansbure died on the day ol September. 1K.
leavlne no last will and testament, and pos
sessed of personal estate iu the sum of f f.ixi, or
thereabouts, and praying for admin'stration
thereof. Vou are hereby notihed tliat if you fail
to appear before said court on the nth day of
July. lvy.. at 'I o'clock p. m.. and contest said
petition, the court will Hppoint James K. Pol
lock, or some other suitable person, administra
tor and proceed to a settlement of said estate.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court at
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this, the ll'th day of
June. A. D. l'-WV.
uEORGE . 3PLRLOCK,
SEAL County J tdg.
First publication June 13.
cf all Blood Disea
Cures tha Vcrst Gases.
blood (liseuscH knows that tliero are no nil
incnt.s or troubles bo obstinate and dilllcult to cure. Very few rcmodion claim
tocuresuch real, devp-sealed blood d iseases art H. S. S. cures, and none can
offer such incontrovertible evideticerf merit. H S. H. is not, merely tonic it
I a cure! It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and eel at tho
foundation of the verv unrkl enwi..i I t-, i f I... .i . .. .
not, like other remedies, dry op the
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only to break forth again more riolontly than ever; S
irace. oi lunii, una rias me system (! it lorever.
Mrs. T. W. Lee, Montgomery, Ma , writes: "Some yearn
ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected
my babu with blood taint. I was covered with Hores ami
ulcers from head to foot, and in my great ex t remit y I prayed
to die. Several prominent physicians treated me, but all
to no purpose. The mercury and potash which they
gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful lhiine which was
devouring me. I was advised by friends who had seen
wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Specillc. I im
proved from the Ktart, an tho medicine neemed to go direct
to the cause of the trouble and force t ho poison out. Twenty
LottlC cured ine completely." Swift's Hpecilic
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is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and confninn no
meioury, potash, arsenic, or any other mineral or chemical. It never lailn to
cure Cancer, Kczema, Scrofula, Kheuimitidin, Contagious Ulood l'oibon.
Tetter, Boils, Carbuncles, Hores, etc.
VulQable books mailed free by Swift Specilic Company, Atlanta, (hi.
The People's Clothiers.
WE DO NOT UK LI KV K IN HKN.SATIONS wo arc NOT in a
sensational busiios. VVe havo a cmiiplcto lino of Neglitreo
Shirts Shit Is with ( 'ollara attached and without Collars Shirts with
two Collars and a pair of Cull's Shirts with two pair CulTs and with
out Collars. Shirts at Wlc with two Collars and CulTs or without Col
1 rs and with CulTs that you can't find at any other place at 7-rc.
Sairta tit 7"c, $1 and $1,125 on which we can save you !! per cent, if you
buy of us. Ucmombcr this is a Shirt Talk we havo more Shirts than
all other IMattsmouth houses combined.
Next week wo will give, 3011 an idea of our complete rIock of
Underwear and Sox at priees that will open your eyos.
1 !y the way, eoino to us beforo you buy any Hoy,' Suit-, long or
knee Pants. They are worth while seeing, even if you should not
i.eed any for your buys at present.
Don't forget us when you need a nice II.it Kelt Crash or Straw.
Our Men's Suits are. worth 7 ;"o of any man's money. You
will say so when yon ici: them. Our Carhartt O'Alls, Jackets and
Pants, UNION MADE, you know what they arc the best in tho
JOE & FRANK,
'iSMiMWrk SPECIAL I
ij E'Vy a i rrj 1 j Ei.j 14 1 a 11 11 11 u ui.
OPENS AT OMAHA, NEBRASKA, JULY 1st, chanical Exhib-
CLOSES OCTOBER 31st, 1899.
EVERYTHING NEW EXCEPT VlI! Et 'lrt Last Year T Mr.f?'Y Hand''.'! -
THE BUILDINGS ,,m LA 'i '' LOil 1 1 ,rt
A BOON TO MNKZNm
at my 33
l i M. M
A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents.
im. F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, -
F. G. Fricke & Co.
All Kinds of Repairs..
The Best Binding Twine
..Best Machine Oil
Egenberger 6c Troop
Lower Main St. Bet. 3rd and 4sh St.
n rr r-rk STf. r mm r-v
r Li p-; m ,i r-j w n t .ail j
Ml SiillS il USiil
In every test made M. fl. fs. easily
deinonHtrnten it Hiiperixrity over olher
blood retnedii'M. t Jiiat tern n-t. how ob
Btinate the ease, nor what, other treat
ment or remedies have failed M M si
always promptly reaches and cure (,ny
disease where tho blood is in any way involved.
J'.veryono who has hud e t, .,. .!,,... ..lit.
"""" - i" imui 1 1 oiii i no hvsi eni . i i d oen
and hide it from view letnporari
force out every
-3 Bird. Animals... 5:
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Hn LAIllllil. fit' '
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- 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, Mu.
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