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Statement of Navy Department
Srjows Marvelous Growth
of Our Corr)rr)erce.
Comparsion of Exports and Im
ports between tf)e U. S.
and Its Colonies.
Washington, Sept. 10. The var
dopitrlinuiil nuidc public today a stale
nimit of tho trud.j between the United
Slittcn ami ul I of its colonies under
mliitury control, and with Cuba an
well, f.r tho ttirven monthn of lH'.j'J end
ing -J 1 1 31, making coinpiii inon with
tl.O yciir lh!S
'I'lu) exports from the United State,
to Cub.-t for tin i-even month were
SH,11;,!!H in IS!)'.), against $1,485,937
n IH'JS. The imports into tho United
.States from Cuba for tho Hitnio period
were I !,t)7, !)"; in lfc!iJ, floral nt $12,
171,770 in lS'.l.H. The exports from tho
United SlatoH to I'orto 11 co for tho
Hi-ven months wero 2. !!!)!, 221 In IHOr
a(,'.,inht $i;y,ll() In 1S!)8. Imports into
tho United Snitea from I'orto K co
during itio naiiio time wero $3.37!), M 14
in 1S!!I, against $2,2 )3,800 ii. IHUH Tlin
exports from tho United States to tho
Philippine islands from January to
July 31 wore $380,10'.) in lHU'i, against
0"),7::(; in 1S!)S. Tho imports into tho
United States from .ho Philippines
for tho same period wore $3,274,131 in
I8H), against $2,283,77;". in 1S!8.
Tho tiMilo of the United States with
tho various islands when stated by
months shows a marvelous growth of
our commerce. Tho growth of ox
ports by months has been vory grati
fying in all tho islands, and especially
so in tho l'hilippino islands.
Tho only fiscal yours sinco 1877
showing for the entire twelve months
a larger value of merchandise ex
ported from tho United States to Cuba
than is shown by the first seven
months of 18'J!) were the years 1892,
1893 and 1891. If the sarao ratio is
maintained until the end of the year
tho imports into Cuba from the United
States will bo larger than the exports
from tho United States to that island
in any H-.cI year in the entire history
of the trade between this country and
Tho imports into the United States
from Cuba from J.inuary 1 to July 31,
1899, wero greater than thocor.es
ponding imports for eithor of tba en
tire fiscal years 1S97 and 189S. If tho
same ratio is maintained for the re
mainder of this year the imports into
this country from Cuba will exceed
$32,000,000 and be more than double
those of the fiscal year ending June 30,
Tho imports from I'orto Lleo into
the United States for tho lirst seven
months of 1S!9 were larger than those
of any of the preceding entire liscal
year s sinco 1890, oxcepting 1893, while
the exports to I'orto liico for the first
seven months of 1899 have been ex
ceeded only by three of the fiscal years
As far as the exports from tho
United State's to tho Philippines are
concerned, for the first seven months
of th is year, under Americin occupa
tion, they are larger than those of
any previous year in our history. Not
oniy this, but they are more than
double those of any year, excepting
tho years 1812, 1So2, 1800, 1S70 and
NEW TROUBLE FOR GOEBEL.
Bryan Hint Hlrtckliurn 8;id to le Suspt
rloun of Mini.
Louisvii.lk, Ky., Sept. 10. Infor
mation from reliable democratic
sources has it that the first serious
rupture between William Goebel, the
democratic candidate for governor,
arid Senator Blackburn, and also be
tween Goebel and Bryan, is on. Both
ll-ickburn and Bryan suspect that
tJoebe: is in the conspiracy to prevent
a free silv.-r plank being placed in
tho text ilemocratic national plat
form, and to defeat Bryan for the
dtinocralic nomination for president
and Blackburn lor United St ttes
It is claimed that the charges made
yesterday that Goebel had combined
with John G. Carlisle to prevent a
free silver platform being indorsed by
the state democratic committee, and
had also ajrreed to defeat Senator
Blackburn for senator, were substan
tiated today. This has been tele
graphed to Bryan and also to lik ck
burn. It is said tonight that both
have wired Mr. Goebel for an explana
tion. It is believed Goebel will deuy
tho charges and, in the event he
does. Congressman Al Berry, who
was called into the conference held by
Carlisle and Goebel, and was a wit
ness to the compact, is ready to come
forward and m-iko an affidavit sup
porting all tho charges. A written
statement from Mr. Carlisle is al?o
said to be on the w;.y to Kentucky
from New York.
This act of treachery, it is believed,
will force Goebel from the track. Mc
Lean of Ohio, backed by George
Cox, the Cincinnati boss, is said to be
in the combine with Goebel to defeat
Bryan and Blackburn.
Velio- Fever SpreMclingr.
Jackson, Miss., Sept. 10. Oje case
of yeiIov feer in Jackson was re
ported to the State Board of Health
today. The patient is D. P. Porter,
city clerk. Dr. Murray of the marine
hospital service confirms the diagno
sis and his report to Surgeon General
Wyman says that the case is of a very
malignant type. The patient is not
expected to live during the night. It
is expected many other Mississippi
towns will quarantine against Jackson
during the night.
Send the News to your friends.
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NEW MOVE BY THE FILIPINOS.
Agnlnalilu'a Congress la Kstr Hrialun
Nominates Noted Conservatives.
Manila, Supt. 8-0:50 p. m.-
I' illpi no who had arrived here from
Tarlao nays an extraordinary session
of tho revolutionary congress took
place at Tarlao August 24. Agulnaldo
presided and eh oho Mablui as piesi
dent of tho su pre mo court and Gonz iga
as attorney general. They both rep
resent tho most conservative and tern
Mabinl, who recently resigned the
foreign secretaryship. Is the ablest
man connected with tho revolution
Gonzaga was the president of the lat
peace commission. The proceedings
of tho cougross disproved tho report
that Aguinaldo had declared himself
d .eta tor.
A decree has been issued by tho
Filipinos compelling tho registration
of all loreignors in Filipino territory
Tho Chinese, who are a largo faction
of tho population, aro considered
foreigners, including those born in
tho l'hili ppine islands. Applications
must bo mado on stamped paper,wnich
figures largely in ail the business
transactions of the insurrectionary
government This sems J.o ho l.irge.y
a scheme to tax Chiiiamen
COURT-MARTIAL IS IN SIGHT
Three Officers of the first South Dakota
Kesjlinent Under Arrest.
SN Fuancisco, Sept. 8. Although
the troops on board tho transport
Sheridan, which returned from Manila
last night, have not yet been allowed
to land, several officers of both the
Minnesota and South Dakota regi
ments were given short leavo today
and gladly took advantage of it.
From them it was learned that there
had been considerable trouble among
the otlicers of the First South Dakota
volunteers, both in the Philippines
and during the voyage home, as tho
result of which Surgeon Major War
ner. Lieutenant Colonel Stover and
Lieutenant Horace K. Bates are now
said to he under arrest, awaiting an
official investigation into the charges
preferred against them by Colonel
Frost of that reeiment. None of the
officers would discuss the affair, how
ever, nor could any definite informa
tion be obtained on board the trans
Considerable feeling was also evinced
by the Minnesotas against .their for
mor commanding oliicer,CoIoneI Ames,
who was invalided home some months
ago and has awaited the return of his
regiment in this city since his con
The St. Paul Commercial cub's
delegation to meet the returning
volunteers of the regiment tele
graphed from Utah today to the effect
that they would arrive hero tomorrow
night, their tardiness being due to the
fact that thov did not expect the
Sheridan uniil Monday.
RAILROAD NOTES AMI PERSONALS
From Saturday's Daily.
Charles Beach of the railway mail
service was in the city today ior a
short visit, being on his return from
a visit with relatives at Weeping
L. K. Kurnes. night operator at the
Burlington depot, has been having
another wrestle with illness. He h;is
been troubled with malarial fever this
time and today was his first visit up
town for a week.
The engineers and firemen on the
Kock Island are making an effort to
have the smokeless firing a success,
and it is to their interest and credit to
do so. Il my also be mentioned that
in connection with tho saving of fuel
to the road there is a material lessen
ing in the amount of coal to be
handled by the fireman. The benefits
of this sir.okefes firing are all on the
good side and its adoption is to the
best interests of the road as well as
Mike Mauzy, fo email of the Bur
lington blacksmith shop, returned
home this mor ing from Milwaukee
where he had been in attendance at a
convention of master blacksmiths.
He reports a flao trip.
B. F. Dennison, a Burlington con
ductor who runs between Nebraska
City and Superior, lost $10,000 in the
failure of an Atchison, Kan., bank. It
is not every railroad man who has $10,
000 to lose Posey Messersmith being
about the only railroad man in this
city who carries that amount about
From Monday's daily.
G. W. LaFollette has been trans
ferred from the local Burlington shops
to Gibson, where he is employed in
the round house under Tom Julian.
Baxter Smith, who is surveying for
the Burlington up in Wyoming, ar
rived home Saturday evening and re
mained over night, returning yes
terday. The Burlington pay car arrived this
morning and made settlement with
the boys who toil for the company.
A Large Kurollment.
From Monday's Daily.
The city schools opened this morn
ing with the exception of the high
school room and the rooms in the
Columbian building. The former will
open tomorrow morning, while the
latter will be ready for work on
Wednesday. The attendance was the
largest for the first day in the history
of the schools, and the promptness
with which parents are starting their
children is commendable. The work
of the schools started off smoothly.
For Sale A well matched driving
team; young and sound.
Jx L. Young, Murray.
A 1'lenlo Tea.
Very informal, but thoroughly de
lightful, was tho "picnic toa" given
laat Friday afteruoou at Mrs. Byron
Clark's by tho Woman's club. Tho
tea wmb given In order that tho many
friends of Mrs. Atwood who have been
associated with her in club work
might have the opportunity of spend
ing ono more pleasant evonlng In her
company and presenting her with best
wishes for a happy residence in the
new heme tliHt she has cho-cn. Most
of the members of tho club wero pros
em, and their husbands also availed
themselves of this seldom enjoyed op
portunity to be present at a supper
huch as the Plattsmouth Woman's
club know so well how to prepure.
About sixty gathered arou d the
tables t-pi ead on the beautiful lawn,
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood occupying tho
seats of honor. It was a j lly crowd,
the merriment being only subdued by
the thought of the near departure of
one who had been so pleasantly iden
tified with tho t-ocial and liorary life
of the club At a Into hour regretful
farewells wore said and thanking Mr.
and Mrs Clark, whose hospitality
made it possible for so many to attend
tho "farewell picnic tea."
REDEDICATED THEIR CHURCH.
The Kehullt Kiliiire of the Christian Con
gregation Is Kededlcated.
The now Christian church was filled
to its fullest capacity last Sunday at
both tho morning and evening ser
vices, that being tho day set for the
redodication of tho structure. Rev.
I). It Dungan of St. Louis occupied
the pulpit at both services. He is tho
father of Elder Djngan, the pastor of
tho Christian church, and is a most
interesting talker, being able to hold
his hearers in the closest attention
throughout tho sermon.
Charles Ilivott of Elmwood con
ducted the musical program, which
was also very interesting.
The building has just been re
modeled throughout and tho seating
capacity increased from 200 to 400
The interior of the building is nicely
finished, and beinj painted white on
the outside, presents a fiae appear
Financially speaking the church is
in most excellent condition, due to the
incessant work of Elder Dungan. At
yesterday's meeting $300 was raised in
cash and sixty-day pledges, which
wipes out the last vestige of debt.
new furnace will be put in before cold
weather, which will make tho church
complete. Its members are to be con
gratulated on their success.
Kenolu t Ioiih of Condolence.
The following resolutions have been
adopted by the I. O. O. F:
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God, the Creator and preserver of the
universe, to remove from our midst
our well beloved brother,J. L. Shafer,
Whereas, In the death of Brother
Shafer the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows have lost a true and worthy
membe . and the bereaved wife and
daughter a kind husband and father.
I hereiore. bo it
Resolved. By the several lodges of
tho Indeuendent Order of Oad Fellows
of the citv of Plattsmouth, that we
hereby tender our heartfelt sympathy
to the relatives of tho deceased
brother, and commend them to Him,
who alono can comfort them in this
their hour of great sorrow, and be it.
It-solved. Th t a eopv of these reso
lut'ons e spread upc the minutes of
the lodg -s of the order in this city, a
copy be give" th1 daily p per- for pub
lication, also a copy he rorwarded to
the family of the deceased and one to
the Lome lodge of Brother Shafer at
Altoona, Penn. B. Kerb,
L. G. LARSON,
P. C Haxsen,
Great Falls to lie Transformed Into a
Flood of Fire.
Buffalo's big exposition and if only
one-half the promises of the manage
ment are realized it will be in every
respect a big affair will be the occa
sion of what will doubtless be a most
brilliant anl startling electrical illu
mination. Niagara Falls will be trans
formed into a flood of fire. The seeth
ing, roaring torrent will be ab'aze with
all the hues of the spectrum. The
superlative natural grandeur of the
scene -will be so enhanced that the
projectors of the strikingly novel en
terprise contend that its success will
make the exposition an event in his
tory. The idea is to erect a series of
tall towers on both the American and
Canadian sides of the river. On the
top oj these loftly spires huge electric
searchlights will be placed, in such
mp.euer that they may be played on
any part of the falls. The imagination
may picture the dazzling: effect that
will be produced when a score of those
powerful instruments of illumination
are brought to bear upon the rushing
waters as they tumble irresistibly over
the rocky ledge into the depths be
neath. A constant change of colors
will be used in the manipulation of
the searchlights, so that now the falls
will be like molten silver, again a
flood of crimson, again as green as
old ocean itself, and so on through the
whole gamut of tie painter's palette.
The astonishing effect will be still fur
ther heightened by the use of electric
arc lights in the Cave of the Winds,
which will give to the water as it falls
In front of it a weird, phosphorescent
glow. The power for this record-
making illumination will be all within
easy reach, as Niagara will itself be
made to do all the necessary work.
This is expected to be largely a spec
tacular arrangement, but scientists
hope to discover something new about
the effect of light on water, and make
careful study of the chemistry of
color. This has been done to some
extent with electric fountains, but
Niagara will offer an entirely new field.
For Sale Cheap.
Eight room house, good well, stable
nd outbuildings, also 400 grape
vines; five acres of ground. Enquire
of M. E. Manspeaker.
Order your bread, cake and ice
-cream of Holloway. Telephones, Ne
braska SO; PlHttsmoutb, 270.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Harry Northcutt carao up from Ne
braska City to spend Sunday.
Joe Roberts of South Omaha was at
tending to business in town today.
Mrs. Coon Meisinger arrived homo
today from a visit with relatives at
S. H. Atwood and family departed
for Lincoln this morning where they
will reside In the future.
Frank JobDSon returned home this
morning from Broken Bow, where ho
weut beveral days ago to attend a re
ception to Company M.
Hon. J. M. Patterson returned this
morning from a visit of several wooks
with relative in Pennsylvania. His
sister, who was so ill, Is but Jittlo im
Rev. I). R. Dungan arrived in the
city from St. Louis today ard will as
sist his fiim, Hnv. R. M. Dungan, in
rededicating the Christian church to
morrow. In the case of Elson vs. Newatna,
which was tried in Archer's court yes
terday, the jury returned a verdict
for tho plaintiff for the amount of the
Mrs M. A. Street arrived home last
evening from Chicago, where she had
gone to purchase her tail millinery
stock. She selected a fine lino of
goods and als i engaged a trimmer.
August Gorder, who is camping for
a few days with the other folks up on
the Platte,came to tho city this morn
ing to get the mail and some provis
ions, lhey are having a line time.
Frank Traver arrived in tho city
from his home at McCook today and
is visiting old friends. i ran k was
in tno t irst regiment ana returnea
from tho Philippines in good health.
Mack Custer, who claims to 1 n
peddler, was run in by the police list
evening for being arunk. Judge
Archer fined him $1 and costs this
morning, ana failing to pay that
amount he was taken back to jail.
J. L. Young, tho enterprising Mur
ray merchant, was in the city today
on business and made these head
quarters a c:tll. Daring his visit bo
enrolled his name on The News' sub
scription book and left an order for a
supply of stationery.
. Hon . Orlando Tefft of Avoca was in
the city today.
J. E. Douglas of Weeping Water
was in the city todaj'.
Fred Wehrbein and wife viewed
the sights at the exposition today.
Mr. and Mrs. E. . M. Clark's thrce-weeks-old
bnbe is dangerously ill with
Miss Mollie Tucker, who suffered a
paralytic stroke a few days ago, was
reported a little better today.
O.-car Keil of Avoca was a caller at
The Nuavs rffice today acd pquartd
accounts for this household necessity.
J. L. Rtnkin and llobinson Geinger
were in the city yesterday, called here
on Hccount of the illness cf Miss Mollie
Mrs. Salisbury returned to her homo
at Papihion this morning fter vi.-it
in this city with he- aunt. Mrs. ( . II
Miss Jane Donnelly arrived home
Saturday evening from a visit of sev
ers.1 inonths with relatives at Los
Vega, N. M.
Mrs. J D. McBride and little son,
Dor, departed this morning' for Hot
Springs and Deadwood, S. on a
A B. Todd went to Lincoln this
morning to secure tents for the Platts
mouth people who will attend the
James L. Barton of Greenwood, can
didate for county treasurer, was in
the city today to learn the result of
the republican primaries.
'Squire 11. V. Swearingen of Mur
ray was in the city today. He received
the nomination for justice of the
peace Saturday evening. It is hard to
keep a good man down.
Mrs. Herman Klietsch and children
returned to their home in Weeping
Water today, after a visit ot several
days with the former's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Kroehler, in this city.
Harry Kuhney and Frank Wheeler
arrived home from Madison county
Saturday evening where they had
been on a chicken hunt for several
days. They succeeded in bagging a
large number of birds, some of which
they brought home to their friends.
Mrs. L. A. Dorrington and daugh
ter, Helen, have returned from Fort
Logan, Colo , and are visiting friends
in the city for a few days, after which
they will go to St. Louis to spend the
winter. Lieutenant Dorrington is now
in San Francisco and expects his regi
ment to sail for Manila next week.
Mis. George Dovey and two daugh
ters, Ethel and Alice, arrived home
yesterday morning from London,
wVere the latter have been taking in
structions in music for the past two
jears. Mrs. Dovey's mother also re
turned with them. Plattsmouth peo
ple will in the near future be treated
to some fine vocal music.
George Houseworth,wife and daugh
ter are homo from Erickson, Wheeler
county, where,with Mr. Houeeworth'a
brother,they had soent about ten days
fishing. Mr. Ilouseworth was well
pleased with his trip. He states that
he bad the finest fishing he ever had
in his life It was no trouble at all to
catch from a dozen to fifty fine bass in
a day and other fish were plentiful.
II. D. Travis, a prominent attorney
and democr it of P.aitsmouth, was in j
the city Wednesday on business. He I
says tho fuslonists of Cues aro not very
favorablo to B. S. Kamsoy for district
judge, or S. A. Holeomb for Buprcme
jud go. Lincoln Bli..urd.
Charles Gmvos of tho Union Ledger
was in the city today loo'wing after his
chances to become county clerk. Ho
sent Colonel uick Uarr down to seo
that tho Ledger office is run all right
during his absence and will take
week's respite from his duties as ed
itor, during which time he will tnko
a trip over tho county.
A. . Atwood sells tho boat paint
Llt of Letter.
itemainlng uncalled lor at tho post-
ofllce at Plattsmouth, Sept. 8, 1S!:
Gander, William Siemoncet, AJoll
WThen calling for any of tho above
lettors please say "advertised."
C. II. SMITH, Postmaster.
Annual report of the Ebinger Hard
ware Co. Sept 1. IH'V.K Net indebted
ness on that day $773.7o.
W. W. Coates, President.
FREI W. EiiiNGER, Secretary.
In neighborhood of Plattsmouth, a
black frock coat. Leave at Nkws office
and receive reward. P. S. Snyder,
Agent for Dr. Bersuch.
fee cream packed for picnic parties
i rtr o ft
: nf orcfl.
Order to Show Cause
In the District C'cmrt of i-s nunt y, Ni. In ;i-.k :i
In the matter ul the estate ol lacolj i ietieiiik
1 1 tiber. deceased.
This cause came on to be heard at Chambers
upon the petition ol John 1). l'i ii;iisoii, a- ad
ministrator of the estate ol Jacob ! redi-i it k 1 1
ber, deceased, pravin lor license to seil lots oiic
hundred f orty I l'l, ne bundled twent y-luiir
fl'il, two hundred thirty -time IS'. three
hun lied twenty-one :i-'l . thiee bundled tuciitv
tv.o tliree bundled tivi-niy thice lour
bundl ed twenty I 4-0 I. lour hundred tu-iil -one
I 41'1 I, six h
(bundled 1 1 : 1 1 e o;i . six lu.iiiii-.l ciht
Mitidre'l sewn (;., . si bundled
eighty-one 0M. six bundled eighty ! lib 'is
hundred seventy-nine ''. j, h ve liuntii.il illa
tive I.V..VJ. tv hundred lurly-einht live
hundred forty-hve I -4". one hundred iwenty
live l.",one bundled eiKhty-ciijht one
hundred eighty-nine lS'J I, three hundred 'lorn
eight :1. three hundred forty-nine 1:110. tim e
hundred fifty fowOJ, six hundred thirty-live ti."J.
six hundred thirty-six B:sii. six hundred eighty
nine rtolij, six hundred ninety-seven ii'JT, seen
hundred twenty-tour 1 7-11. seven hundred
twenty-live ( 7:.T , seven hundred twenty-six
J .;. seven Hundred thirty he lofc. seven
mndrcrl forty-four HI, all in the village ot
Louisville, Cass county. Nebraska, or a sutlicient
amount of the same to bring the sum ot thr-e
hundred forty-eight aoiiars lifty-tive cents
jCi4H5yJ for the paymeut of debt!? allowed
against said estate and the costs ol administra
tion, there not being sufficient personal property
to pay the said debts and expenses.
It is therefore ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estate appear before me at the
ottice of the clerk of the district court at l'iatt--mouth,
fn Oass county, Nebraska, on the I lib
day of October, ls'.'U, at o'clock p. in., to show
cause why a license should not be granted to
said administrator ta sell so much of the above
described real estate of said deceased as shall
be necessav to pay said debts and expenses.
And that this order be published in the Semi
Wkeklv News-Herald for four successive
weeks, commencing Tuesday, the yth day ul
Dated this 21th day of August, 1 iU.
Basil S. Ramsey,
Judge of the District Court.
Byron Clark and C. A. Kawls, Attorneys for
hirst publication August 29.
In the County Court, Cass county, Nebraska.
In the nintter of the estate of William Young,
Francis M. Young, Jane lloeck, David A.
Young, Ell.-n Stafford, and all other persons in
terested in said matter, are hereby notilied that
on the 22d day of August, IM9S, David A. Yourg
filed a petition in said court, ailegiug, among
other things, that William Young died on the
'i")th day of April, lUfJO, leaving a last will and
testament, and possessed of real estate in Cass
couuty.Nebraska. valued at $1,1X10 00 and that the
above-named constitute all the persons interested
in the estate of said deceased, and praying for
thj probate of said will and for administration
of said estate. You are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear before said court on the 2'ld
day of September, 18SI9. at 9 o'clock a- m.. to
contest the probate of said will, the court may
allow and probate said will and grant administra
tion of said estate to Francis M. Young or some
other suitable person and proceed to a settle
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 2Hth day of Aug
George M. Spur lock,
(Seal) County Judge.
First publication August 29, 18U9.
To Look Around
Before you make purchases.
After you have looKed elsewhere,
come to us nd we guarantee you
will be pleased. Our new spring
stock hits arrived, including' Dry
Goods, Staple and Fncv Gro-corii-s,
(."rockery. GUssw re, Fiour
and F.-cd. A 5-qnn.. de;l to al!.
AID UP CAPITAL,
Olttr? tin; very Lest facilit.c-. tot t.'u
pr :npt transaction ui
Legitimate Banking Busir.eG
STOCK?, bOD'is. c (1 , government ;imi im :.,
securities oouirht tijti - 'u-a-'-' r -
ceived ani Intn-st hIS.tp a or, t,b. -
cates. Drafts C.i?.kd, avaii'.i.ij .11 ai...
part of the C. S. ana uli tLeir.ui'j.f
towns of Europe. Collections mndt: aui.
promptly remitted. Highest market'
price paid for county warrants, state
and county bonds.
H. N. Dovey. D. Hawkswotth S. Watijsh
F. E. White. G. E. Dover.
Geo. K. Davey, Pres., S. Waugh. Oashler.
H. N. Dovev, Ast. Cashier
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop. -
ates $1 and $1.50 ner Dcij
Centrally Located and Com
PTJVTTSMOUTH, - - NEB
A BOON TO
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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; dottles, 50 Cents.
JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
F. G. Fricke & Co:
New Hardware Store
Having returned to Plattsmouth, I will be tflail
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
!. sure ainl call, as I
i'tockw 'im! iilock.
P6pra nil 11 si
Kinds of Repairs..
The Best Binding Twine
..Best Machine Oil
Egenberger & Troop
Lower Main St. Bet. 3rd and 4th St.
i or feat
The Nnws has the best Book and Job Print
ing office in Cass county and can handle any kind
of a job of printing on short notice. We make a
specialty of Law Briefs and other Book work.
For Sale Bills and all kinds of Poster work,
we have the in'cxer t3 pe and other material.
Letter heads, Note heads, Bill heads, State
ments, Envelopes, and all kinds of Commercial
Printing in the Latest Style.
The News Printery
N'n. 305 Main Stn-ci PLATTSMOUTH
i -r i - . - - - ---- --
- JKweilerte Lutz
ue to do a leading business in Fancy
i i J Stuple Groceries. Because they carry
ui iivimonac ctock, buy for cash and sell at
ow pric-r-. Everything good to eat of Best
Quality. Call and fry us.
Gcnier of Sixth and Pearl Streets, Plattsmouth. Neb
PURE! HEALTHFUL !!
PI ' I '..j-.'"--.v..v a
some prices that will
Had new stock, new rigs and
is prepared better than ever
to t:ko C2.re of
fl General Livery Business
Quick trips made to all parts of the
county. Low prices and court
eous treatment assured.
STABLES SIXTH AND VISE STSM
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