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"fiCM Rf LulW Y F.GCtPTS THE HOUSE
r? recciv;5 It as a Gift prom
Ower Fcrty Thousand Amer
Prefers Cne flircady Constructed
Instead of Having One Built
for hjis Occupatiorj.
firingr volleys but retiring. Twenty
Filipinos were discovered entrenched
at the HiDcayao church, about mid
way between Bacoor and Cavite Viejo.
1 hese were routed, six beio killed.
IUie'rt battery of the Fifth artillery
made au dec live sortie about a mile
eoutb of Ii.coorand shelled the west
bank .f . I.e river at close rnoee. That
OaoK io tiuw held by tbe Americans.
Spaauh Pralis For Dewey.
Boston, Oct. 6. The Fpanish rnin
ister, Duko do Arcos, who has just
left his house at Manchester, eald
w A:niXGTON Oct. . Admiral wIth refl.ard lo the receptions beiner
T . . I C
uewe iim tM.cteti to aecepi a nouse iTe Ad 1 Dowev: "II does n.
In u .-hii.jjton, already onsn ucted, gurnri8M . lhe ieto3L Admiral
inroad oi n .vinff on built for his oc- Dcwev is brave and ooble man, and
cup.tiun. In ci.ii,ph.,nce with the in- for the extraordinary service be has
which has I Pft, jrd hi- i-ouutrv no i.onui that
can be rhowo biui id itturu is too
CITY AND COUNTY.
Mrs. Drew will remain a few days on
account of the serious illness of J. C.
VY ill and Frank liichardson, who
own a com-shellor in partnership, did
vit.iii.ni of ti.e committ" e
in ch the iJ.-wuy homo work he
rlifd a the ollico if Aonntf .S-cretary
Ali'M in the navy UVpurtmenl t 11
oViock today, to in.JiMU his p'efer-cnci-s
in the matter of a residence.
There wen- present, beside- Mr. Allen,
Af-ri-.ta.rii Secretary Vuud--ilip, Assis
t:int Postmaster General Heath and
The admir-ti w ollioi illy informed
of tho puroi)e of the people of the
United States to present him with a
home in Washington. He frankly ex
pressed hie griitication -l tbe teuoer,
which he immediately accepted. He
said, tiad the propo-ed home been tbe
tift of a fe wealthy men, he should
Tol iridi.-po.-ed to acc-pt it. Hut he
understood the fund had over 43.000
Hubscribers, indic itin that the home
wis really to bo the pjft of th- Amer
ican peopie. and as r-ucii he would ac
cept it with as much pie .;-ure as he
hud the sword, bestowed upon him by
congress. He then t.lked upon the,
locjtiioii of the re.s.dence.
l he admiral showed a decided pi o
ferenco fo' the section in which he
hud made hi homo during his former
ilet.il ot ouiy in Wasiiinjrton. He
wished i ij o hou e lo be located in tbe
lu'i lh v est. rectum, somewheto west f
Sixteenth street, and not too far
north, thus indicating 'he neighbor
liOod of his fo me- residence ai d lhe
club.-i where he had spent good deal
of his leisure time, fr'irrt of all, he
wanted the bouso at tho earliest pos
sible moment, so that he might "go in
and h ing up his h:it at oacr,'' as he
put it. Of cournu that precluded the
id-:i of itcci ng a i.ou-e to meet his
i Jc t x i-re.-sed b s .das as to tbe
ch. trio? of ! i om ho desi f en a i
a-!. i a .: t h h iusj bt mod si
ei.',.i,l , ,,; ( j .Hi. n'- : !)d COsl I.
pf mil o! ii I Ct' lillOli of H mi 1th' ei.
r-um i f money liom ti.e piri-bn-f lun
to uetr.iy th- expense of ftiri.iPhirit; it.
Tin commit too listened attentively
to iili of these wishes and saw no rea
son why each and all could not be
gratified. The admiral is going to
I-.v Vo k tomorrow and will stop
over if possible to seo the yacht races
on hi-; way to Sli lburn Farms, Vt.
H expects to return to Washington
within .. week. M. -an while the house
committor, having invited written
proposals of properties, will go through
the ;ist carefully and hopes to be ablo
to present to the admiral on his re
turn as many as half a doen avatlablo
house, from which he may make a
p r son a seler ion.
The fund at the disposal of the com
m it Ice no. v amounts to $ oO.OoO and it
is ii nestlv desired that this sum may
be su'i-i.iuiially increased during the
tune remaining before the purchase.
sweat. He has aioUBid tuo udmira
ration of ibe whole world oy the gal
lan try of i is conduct, and he would
b- a small m in, ind. ed, who cou d not
recognize his merit and give free ex
presoion to bis admiration for Dewey's
The minister was emphatic in ex
pressing me opinion mat tne very
best of feeling existed between tbe
United Slate and Spain. "There are
absolutely no differences betw. en the
countries oo any point." he said
ceriaiDl,),' be continued, "it is the
hope of all true Spaniards tha this
condition shouiii exist, and as for my
self, as the i filcial epresentative of
the qu en legent. it is the ambitiou of
my i if ts to bring about the very utmost
o' go d feeling and good will."
rirat K-gutxr Hrnlo;.
From Saturday's Daily.
I he first regular meeting of the
Woman's club for the season 185)9-1900
was held last evening in the parlors
of the A O. U W . hall. There was a
large attendance. The meeting was
opened by tbe president calling on
the members for their vacation mem
ories, some of which were very amu-t
ing a- well a- instructive. Thoe of
Me.-d lines Streight, Wiugh and
Stoutenborough were esp ciwly in
teresting, the 1 at tor giving a word
pic ure of her old home and of Wash
Tbe next business iu order was the
election of new members, eleven of
whom were admitted Tbe p "Sident,
Mrs. It. O. F. llows, then gave he
opening add res- in a very pleasing
and practical -neeeh Snoaklnir of
her pr(lecsi'' -h wa- afraid that h
c. ui i hamU hope to be as successful.
but c .i . rtni ,t,.d tne club generally
o- i ,. increased membership and the
eomp ruanizat oo of. the various
; p r m i ts, and said whatever she
cou d do to insu e complete success of
the club nothing on her part would ba
She also spoke of the difference with
which women's clubs were now treated.
A few years since an object of rediculo
now mentioned with respect and
recogi i ion, of their power for good in
an community. In concluding her
remarks she. extended the right hand
of fellowship to those who desiro to
become identified with the club and
who are endorsed by the club accord
ing to the constitution, and askd for
the help of the members in her en
deavor to make the present year asuc-
ccss, aud also of tho pirt in which the
gentlemen have so kindly promised
their assistance. Other minor busi
ness completed a very pleasant even
Mrs. Kate Oliver of Omaha is in the
Joe Roberts of South Omaha was in shelling one day last wee for
ido niii. tu,. John Bushman, in Eight Milo Grove
, ' 01 , , precinct, which breaks the record
""" They shelleel 4,271 bushels in ten
nappy paremsoiannegirL huurs. with hors nnwer. Ahout 2.
Charles Shoeley, the bridge con- 500 bu3hels is considered an average
tractor, was attending to business at day's work. They get 73 cents per
me court nouse today. hundred bushels, and a run like the
Frank Balrd was called to Creston, I one the other day makes pretty good
la., last evening on account of thewa&ea.
serious illness of his mother.
At..nL! , RAILROAD .NOTES AND PERSONALS
, -w iciiuiucu ia3 1 even
uusmcas n.p to oi. LOUIS. From Monday's Daily.
FT A la Wrtrr I. AAt.1 M I
v.lkC a. reeiv. D. II. Uwksworth, superintendent
xnenennngof Julius Hanson, who of motive pow. r. and H. J. Helps,
is under arrest for slugging George master mechanic, were in Omaha on
iiarsnman, is set for next Wednesday comoanv business today
County Attorney J. L. Root went to I L. E. KBroes, who has been cm
Nebraska City today to testify in be- ployed as a telegraph operator by ihe
half of the defense in the John C. Imrlineton for nearly twenty years
Watson case. I nine nears of which he has been night
Misses Francis and IWtifl M..mm I operator in this city, resigned his po-
Bertha Kinkead and P.nei T.iu. eitiou Samrday nipht. J. 1$. 1 hillips
wise were viewing the fights at the h ,s tal?e" his Place- Mr- Kernes will
expooition today. I return to n is o.a nome, rrazesDurg,
M. ... . , , . , I u., in about ten days, wnere ne may
The Lanreitt Watermelon.
New York World: How in the world
the biggest watermelon ever raised in
Georgia should have been permitted to
leave the state isn't explained, but it
is a fact that the bigsest melon is now
in Peekskill. It weighs 1494 pounds,
and affidavits go with this assertion.
Tho melon was sent to Stanley Little
by W. R. Manning, of Atlanta. There
is a sighing crowd about the big melon
Lisa, o. li , io visit ner tamer ioi a
couple of weeks. She will also visit
in Deadwood and Lead.
Ibe yacht race was declared off
again today oj account of the lack ol
wind. I he, Columbia was two lenntns the Ruriine-ton vards. is Quito ill with
aneaa oi tne blmnnock at tho time I m .inM .i f.,e..
lembi'k in the newspaper business
Mr. Kernes has made friends here
durintr his loni residence, who wish
him success wherever ho goes.
Eli Bu-sler, one of the firemen in
Oti' Trumnl iMules Die.
W ASMINCTOV, Oct. G A cable mes
sagi liom (i neral Otis to the war ue
jisrimcnt toiiay brint-'s word of the
iosr. of several hundred horses and
mules on the transport Siam. -The
"Manila, Oct. 0. steamer Siam,
which left San Francisco August 19
with fort j -five horses and 32$ mules,
encountered a typhoon October 1 near
nor, hern Luzon, in which all but six
teen mules were mst. The animals
were killed by pitching of vessel and
lack of air from necessary closing of
iiaicncs. ao casualties amonp pas
I :- u at tho quartermaster s
department that the mules which
were lost on the Siam were tho trained
pack mules, which were considered
the most valuable sent to the Philip
pines. -isA'iL., Oct. t G: 10 p. m. The
Siam, wuicn left H ojoiuiu thirty iwo
days ago, eiicuutt:i ed the typu. ons
early this week. Que lasted forty
hours. Most of the forage, which was
on deck, was swept oveiboau, all tbe
boats were smashed anu the steamer
rolled tremendously in the trough of
the sea. auhougp. the officers made
every effort to bring it about.
The n ules were hurled from side to
tide and frightfully mangled aud dis
emboweled. Their .egs and necks
were oioken, and the wretched ani
m 'is fell in sucti . confu- a m ss that
the .ittenUants w re unab e to relieve
thtin in i lie meantime the deckloo
was washed clT, the sbip lightenej
and the rolitntr increased.
When the storm abated the inju ed
ai Iraals were killed nd their car
c is-es ih wn - v rboard. v hei. the
S. m rr veil it ptopeilcr was nigh
ou" oi .:it. r a d h wrecks of its
b i-- wo i- iianoiu. f em the d vits
lirni mIc.r Ah AriTHnrc
Manila, i. g. o:-u p. m .en
eral Fre.. Cra .t, with thieo com pan i: s
of the Fi-u. th iufantrj-, two companies
of the Fourteenth infantry and a band
of scouts, attached to tho former regi
ment, advanced from Imus this morn
ing, driving the insurgents from the
entire we?t bnk of the Imus river.
Three Americans were wounded. It
Is imatcd that ten of the Filipinos
Companies C and II, with the pcoute,
cross d tne river at Big Bend and ad
vanced westward in the direction of
the Pinovan road, the inurorpnts
1 mlldairn E'spennea.
The new law requiring candidates
to file sworn statements with the
county clerk of the amount of money
expended up to the time of the con
vention has been adhered t by a ma
jority of the candidates, and is as fol
lows: V. K. Fox, dem, treasurer .$ 7.73
V. K Fox. dem. district clerk
W I. Streiffht, rep. treasurer 5.92
James Robertson, rep, clerk
George Young, rep, commissioner : .10
JaobTritsrh, dem, treasurer
John Davis, rep, commissioner 1.40
E. K. Hilton, rep, surveyor 1 00
Oscar Allen, dem, judge l.S
W. I). Weeeler. dem, sherift
John D. Tutt, pop, clerk
Robert Case, rep, superintendent 6.65
T. E. Williams, rep. shenfl 1 .00
B. S. Ramsev. dem. judge 9.B0
J. I. Loruh, rep, treasurer BoO
I'aul Jessen. rep, judge
T. Frank Wiles, rep, judge 13 7.',
J. I- Barton, rep, treasurer 11.75
1. V. Gass, rep, coroner um
J. E. Douglass, rep, judge 17.7;,
C. E. Tefft. rep. judge
G. F. Houseworth. rep. district clerk...
J. F. Sattler. rep, coroner
James Herold. dem, treasurer I'.i5
the race was declaiod off
Mrs O. F. Risling of Gretna and her
sisier. Mios btrah Davis, of Asbiand,
aie visitors this week at tbe homes of
Miss Etta Nickels of Murray and Miss
Amanu.t Nickels of Wyoming.
There was a meeting of tne demo
cratic central committee at Nehawka
today. W. K. Fox, W. D. Wheeler
and John Sattier were the canoidates
from here who attended, together with
the committeemen fiom the wards
Too m my friends of J. U. Cummins
will be pained to .earn that, he is ser
iously ill at bis home in this city. H
has fa en suffering w.th erysipelas for
somo timo and has been delirious
since last night. It is feared that
blood poisoning hs set in.
Henry McMaken is arranging to go
to the Jllack Hills for his annual hun
and expects to start in a few days,
He i.- going with tbe firm determina
tion of killing a boar this time and
The News predicts success fo him
lie will hunt ducks on tho Platte
few days before leaving Nebraska.
Leland, the seven-vear old son of
M. S. Briggs and wife, fell down
whilo running' on the sidewalk near
their homo on Third street last even
ing, and cut .1 gash on tbe top of his
head, requiring several stitches to
close the wound. He stumbled on a
branch of a tree which was lying on
the walk and struck his head on a
strinerer that extended out from the
La. . Aeweu 01 the commission
firm of Newell & Jones has returned
from his trip to Iowa City. It was re
ported that both members of tho com
mission firm had skipped tho town and
had neglected to square their accounts
about town. This Mr. Newell denies
and explains the cause of their place
of business being closed by saying that
he was desirous of getting away from
his partner, Jones, and now that ho
has gone he will be ready for business
again next Monday.
Tbe Charcta W1d.
The following decision was handed
down io supreme court tnis week. The
cse Krew out of litigation between
the First. National bauk of this city
and tne Methodist church of Weeping
Water, and in this decision the
"First National oank of i'iattsmouib
vs. K-ctO". Arhrmed. Appeal frotirl
',:- count). Opinion ty Jude Nor
vai. A member of an unincorporated
religious society not founded fur the
purpo-e of gaii ot pecuniary profit is
not inui vidu illy iable for ltd debts,
unless he ;utioriz-d the incurring of
the obligation, or oubequeuily ratified
.Notice is b r oy given that the firm
heretofore o ing business under the
nam 3 of 1 teison & Kunsmann has
this day di solved oy mutu 1 consent.
Oct. 2, 1S99:
To the Public:
I wish toaonounce that I have se
cured the services of C. E. Shuraway,a
first-class tinner, and am now pre
pared to do all kit.dsof tin work in a
satisfactory m inner.
Jonx It. Cox.
Have Telfer & Sheppard do your
fall houMj cleaning. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Nebraska telephone 79.
James Donnelly Is on the sick list.
Mrs. F A. Murphy spent the day in
Iis9btella Boyd was a visitor in
Charles L. Graves of Union was in
the city today.
M i.riggs was an Omaha visitor
Mrs. S. Waugh was an Ora ha visi
tor this afternoon.
S. II. At. wood of Lincoln was in the
city on business today.
F atiK GoodmajLand Miss May Bales
were visitors at the exposition touav
Judge B. S. Rimsey spent Sundv at
home, returning to Nebraska Citv to
F. M Masse of Mt. Pleasant precinct
was transacting business in the city
Mrs. R. R. Livingston, sr., went to
Omaha this afternoon to visit friend
a few days.
Bert Sage returned to his homo in
Alliance today after a visit with rela
tives in this city.
Attorney John A. Davies returned
to Omaha this morhing, having spent
Sunday with his family.
lom Sherwood and wife are visiting
relatives in tho city. Tom has been
woikin in Salt Ike City.
John E. Mullen aud Miss Cora May
Grove, both of Alvo. were granted 1 -cencetowed
by County Judge Spur
J. C. Cummins, whose illness was
reported in Siturday's Neivs, is re
ported very low today and there is no
hope of his recovery.
Mrs. Lon Marshall and children de
parted for their home at Dexter, la.,
today after a three weeks' visit with
relatives and friends in Plattsmouth
O. M. Streight went to Ashland
yesterday to see about purchasing
some fine cattle for Sim Upton of
Union. He is figuring on purchasing
100 head and will probably close the
deal in a few davs. i
Mrs. E. Drew and sons, Gerald and
Clyde, cme down from Omaha Satur
day evening to visit with the families
of J. C. Cummins and E. W. Kennedy.
ine Poys returned this morning, but
Kan to Fiulshu
When Dan Maioney married the
Widow Clancy dame gossip told many
a funny story of Dan's merry court
ship aud the humorous tribulations
aud fun provoking complications that
led to tho famous social event, "Ma-
loney's Weddii g." the exporieuco
was to rich in native humor to remain
confined to a limited circle. So an in
genious playwright put ihem in singe
form, and on Monday evening, Oct. f,
at White's opera
Wrdding" will be reproduced with all
its crisp, witty sayings, happy, hum-r-ous
hilarity, funny complications and
many amusing features. It has :ih of
the elements that makes a comedy
drama a good wholesome entertain
ment and creator of healthy infec
tions laughter laughs tbt drive
away a ill 1 care and brushes away the
cobwebs of everyday worries and frets.
Life needs all of the dancing 6unhinc
that can pour into it, and 'Malonoyrs
Weudiig" is one of the foremost of its
many merry be ims.
In the District Court of Ca9 ccunty.Xcbraska.
Jesse B. Strode, Emma Strode. I
August Stoleman, Mrs. Aug-J
ust Stoleman, first real name I
unknown. Matilda Young and I
Art r.liza Alexander. j
The defendants, Matilda Voting. Art Fli)a A lev
ander, August Stoleman, Mrs. August Istolemau
first real name unknown, will each take noti t
that unon the 2d dav of October. A. D.. Isw
plaintiit tiled his petttion in the district court 01
Cass county. Nebraska, to t ireclose a tax lien
upon lots three (3) and tour (4) of block eiL'ht
( ) in Young & Hayes' addition to the citv ol
Plattsmouth. in Cass cnuntv. Nebraska, ami to
have said lots sold to pay the amount tound due
plaintiff, and for such other relief as may be
equitable in the premises. You are required to
answer said petition on or before the 2i'th day ot
November, W.i, or your default will be entered
in the premises. Jl lii s PEiTERl;F.Kf.t
Cy Byron Ci.ark and C. A. Kawls,
First publication October 3.
To Frances E. Durand and Samuel E. Hall, as
executor 01 tne last will and testament of II. 6.
Y'OU and each of VOll ar hrrrhtr nrttitifwl tKnt
me counrv 01 Jass, in the state ot ISebraska. uu
the "JTth dav of September, A- !.. lSDtf. tiled its
petition against vou in the district court nf ('nut.
county, ieorasKa,the object and prayer of which
are to foreclose a certnin lien for ili-linm-nt tavn
for the years 170, lsSl to ls.". inclusive, and lshi
to lstC, inclusive, against lot four, in block forty-
iour mi, 111 uie city 01 riaiismouth, Cass county.
Nebraska Said tax amounts to ioii.77. It is
asked that vou be foreclosed of all eouitv of re
demption in said premises and the property sold
to satisfy said lien, and for equitable relict.
You are reuulred to answer said petition on r.i
Deiore -ionuay, tne liitn day ot Kovmber, A. U,
l"J. lllli COl'N I V OI I'ASS.
lly its attorney. Jesse L. Koot
First publication October
I have the largest stock of
Buggies, Carriages, Surreys,
Spring Wagons and Lumber
Wagons in the county. I have
twenty buggies on the floor
and no two alike. The prices
run from $40 up. If you want
a first-class vehicle, get a....
There is no use of going to
Omaha, as I can sell just as
cheap as Omaha dealers.
Give me a trial and be convinced.
To Harriet A. Townsend, non-resident defend
on are herebv notified that the Cnuntv of
Cass, in the Hate of Nebraska, on the 2Mh'dav
of September, A. D.. tiled its petition ih
uie aisirici conn ot cass county. iNeuraska
tgainst you, impleaded with William L. Urowue
et ai.. tne ooiect and Draver ot which arc to Inn-
close certain tax liens against lots 1 to 10,
elusive, in block 1 ot liiowne s sub-division ol
Vi..,iu 1 u inn m-'j lots t and 03. in section IH. town 10. ramre l:t
lll'UOV, .111' ttlll. I , - . . - - -- I .
the citv of Piatt -inouth. in said county, for the
years l'-vxi io im, inclusive, in the sum ol ski .mi,
and against that part ol said addition described
as "Park Place" for said years in the sum of
11 if.;-Mt; to sell said land in satisfaction ot said
claims and lor equitable relict.
You are required to answer said notitinn on nr
before Monday, the i:Jth day ol November, A.D..
w. Hie County or cas,
I!y its attorney. Jesse L. Koot.
Kiist publication Oct. :i-
A BOON TO MANKIND!
DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE
oi my 50
2 o ra n'
Tried tu Ainpatate lliit Limb.
According tu tlie reoorts from John
N'eu, who v.i8o badly injured by bc-
inr cuuirlit utidor a traction et;iric
that went throuyh ii bridye ncrthweet
of Wyoming, is Quinp ad weil as could
bo expected. It is said that while
pin oned down under the tng-ioe and
while ste.m was escjioing about him,
ho showed wonderful nerve by taking
out his pocket-Knife and attempting to
amputated his mangled leg which was
fo&t in the engine and heid him down.
Help came to him before he had com
pleted tho amputation and ho was rea
died. IIo was taken to :i nearbv farm
house whero his injuries were treated
by physicians. It i not often that
men display 9uch wonderful nerve
even in the face of such frrf.at danger,
Nebraska City News.
To Oale Manufarturin Co., non-resident de
ou arc hereby notified that the county of
as, in me siaie oi .icurasna. on ine ,.th day
ol September. A. l. is1., hied its petition in the
uisiriri court ot cass county, Nebraska, against
vou. impleaded una r.liabeth . .Muiphy. et
ai. tne object and prayer ot which petition are to
loreciose delinquent tax liens against lot 11. in the
soutrieast quarter ot the southwest quarteroi ec
tion lS.in town J.'. ranee U.C'asscounty.Ncbraska.
tor the years r'J, l'l'D and in the Film of
i'il.iii:to sell said property in satisfaction of
said claim: to bar all defendants from anv-intei-
e-t in saul premises, and toi eitu.tablo relief.
i on are reuiied to answer said petition on or
i.eiore .Monday, the 13th day of November. A.
l- l-'i".!. J HP (X'NTY OF C'A-S,
JJv its attorney, Je-e L. Koot.
First publication Oct. a.
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.
JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor. - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
F. G. Fricke & to.
Sentenced to the Reform School.
Peter F. Rauen, the eleven year-old
son of Frnnk N. Ilauen and wife, was
sentenced to tho reform school by
County Judpe Spurlock Saturday af
ternoon. The lad wan charged with
incorrigibility, the complaint boing
swo n out by ais father. He will laji
. . . . . . 1 : .. c i- , .
kuicu iu jaii uuiii oneriu neeier
takes him to Ke n ney, which will bo
odo day this week
REV. S. A. DONAHUE
Testifies to the Good Qualities of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy.
Oo the 10th of December. 1S97, Rev.
A. Donahue, pastor M. E. ctiurci',
South, Tt. Pleasant, W. Va., contrac
ted a severe Cold which was attended
from the beginning; by violet cou-hiDp;.
He say?.: "After resorting to a num-
b r of so-called 'specifics,' usually kept
in the houie, to no purpose, I pur
chased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, which acted like a
charm. I cm st cheerfully recommend
it to the publ.c." For sale by all drug
"When our boys were almost dead
oca whooping cougt , our doctor gave
One Minute ouch Cure. Thev re
vereu rapidly," writes P. B. Belles.
Argjle, Pa. It cures coughs, colds.
grippe and all throat and lunrj
troubled F. G. Fricke & Co.
In Couuty Court, Caas county, Nebraska.
In the mntter of the estate of John Ah
Catharine Ahl. Jalce AM. Henry AM. Marv
Kajroose. Christena Ahl, John ii. Ahl. Mary
Ann nyuer. the tintnowu heirs and creditois ol
Kate Mivder anil fote ia hi he nu-uia Ah . ili-
ceased, and ail other persons interested ui said
ina'ter. are hereby uotitied ttiat on the "i." t h day
ol September. lKf.i. Catharine Ahl riled a peti
tion in said court, alleging, anions other tilings.
mm joiiu ioi aiea on me lotn aay ot AiiRnst,
ISW. leaving a last will and testament, and pos
sessed ot real and personal estate in Cass
county. Nebraska, valued at Jiy.ouO and that the
above-named constitute all the persons interested
in the estate ol said deceased, anil prayin lor
in; immaic 01 saia win ana lor auininistratmn
of said estate- Vou are hereby notified that, if
you fail to appear before said court on the IMh
day ot uctober. lli. at lo o clock a. m.. to
contest the prouate of said will, the court may
allow and probate said will and grant administra
tion of said estate to John H. Becker and Cath
arine Ahl, or some other suitable person or per-
sous. and proceed to a settlement ot said
Witness mv hand anil the seal of said roi.rt
at Flattsmouth, Nebraska, this . h day of Sep
tember. i. u, ip:i.
Geokge M. Sherlock,
(Seal) County Judge.
First publication Sept. iC, ls9:t.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as
wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Headache,
Uiddiness, Fulness and Swelling after meals, Diz-
ziness and Dro siness, Cold Chills, Flushinesof 1
Meat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness ot Breath, Cos- 1
FrlBhtf !?.10,cneonheSltin, Disturbed Sleep,
from . d?. Vc- The8e "ilments all arise j
L.o.'chdiSndrS 0r 'buieJ "n'ion of the
qtaRf !? : directed, will 1
f promptly remove .nVk.. mP,ele heal"- "hey j
i oftheVJem. For i ' c,'n or
lar System, restoring 'the lonl.i.'l
I nd arousing u itb the Robutf 3
frame. For throwing pit fevers thTy are Vec allS i
renowned. These t.n. jJ:....'1" 1
t Bands, in all rl....- L,cu V '"ou- 4
J$t guarantees to the Nenous and DebihtVtM
' L8.,h,, BBmeham'm Pills
I "J"?o tha publication 4
I Ji,fna!n,Hif.' thm Amino thmt
I mJlam m Hi"m "command "hmln. 4
Beecham's Pills have for m.ntr v.r k .l 1
popular family medicine wherever the Enalish i
t language is spoken, and they now stand without 4
r 10 cents and 25 cents, at all drug stores.
L Annual sale 1,000.000 uor
iran'i' - - -
Are Now In Season.
Tho day of the Oyster Stew
is once moro at hand and
Plattsmouth people ltr.ow
where to pet tho best on
the market, and that is at. ..
He also carries a complete
stock of FrcMh . ...
Fruits and Candies.
1 A A A A A A
o o o o 3 j !
. Tun Nkws has the Lost Beo1 antl Jo1 lrint
inif office in Cass county ami can handle any kiml
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 proper type 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
No. 305 Main Street
C Op" " C O" O" 5 i
I NOW FOR
We are ready, willing and
ablo to supply tho want9
of tho school children on
Shoes. Tha latest popular
styles, the best woarinp;
material, tho pocket-fitting
prices. We prtve a
with every pair of school
Jos opj lG tz cr9
J j North Side Alain Street. J
uckweiler S Lufz
Continue to do a leadingbusiness in Fancy
and Staple Groceries. Because they carry
an immense stock, buy for cash and sell at
low prices. Everything good to eat of Best
Quality. Call and try us.
norner of Sixth and Pearl Streets.
OF ri,A.TTSMOUTH, NEB.
AID UP CAPITAL.
Offers the very best facilities lur Uie
prim. it trausactiou ol
Legitimate Banking Business.
STOCKS, bonds, gold. ROTernuieot and local
securities oought and sold. Deposits rt-
e?'.red a5 5rterest ftllcirr ca the ccrtCj
catti. Dr xi'.a arawa, -iVi-ILiDIc Iri any
1-srt of tLo U. S. tad r.:i ILerlnclle
towns of Europe. Collections made and
promptly remitted. Iilehest market
price paid for county warrants, stats
and county bonds.
N. Dovey, D. HawkswortU S. Waugh
F. E. White. G. E. Dovey. .
Geo. E. Dovcy. Fre... s. Waueh. Cashier.
H, N. O. vef . .t. Cashier.
I COAL YARD S
LINCOLN AVE. AND
4 II. M. S0I-NN1CIISKN, Mauiiger.
Larg-e Supply of all tho
I HJLD COAL SOFT J
T I-JL-Ln.; the Famous
Jacksoa llili and
Canon City Lump,
Always on hand Also a quantity ol
cheaper Grades of NUT COAL. We also
keep on hand all kinds of Wood. All or
ders promptly delivered. Leave orders
at grocery store of A. II. Weckbach & Co.
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