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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1899)
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
See Cooley for your pumpkins for
A. bouse to rent. Inquire of -John
Mrs. S. P. Flolloway is slightly im
Wait for our cloak sale November 11
and 13. Wurl & CofToy.
A. W. Atwood sells pure drug3 and
the beat patent medicines.
For Sale Brick hoUie witb barn
and three lots in Mercerville. Cheap
The most stubborn cases of bronchi-
ti sucoumb to Ballard's Horehoundl
9vmn FrirA 2 and o Ct. r. J-
w j f . K
Fricke & Co.
When you want to smoko a ltt-cent
cigar try Otto WurlV'Silver Wroatn'
nninn mttrtp von can find n tor
on the market.
L. B E"enberger has just received
100 dozen childreu's bicycle nosei
which will go at 17 cents a pair reg
lar 25-cent goods.
J. L. Sundeen, the Swedish orator,
will address the Swedisn-Americans
in this city in their language on Thurs
day evening, November 2. All are
Wanted Good girl for general
housework. Good wages; no washing.
Apply to Mrs. R. Berlin, 24th and C
streets. South Omha. Telephone
Charles E. Cunningham of Polk
county and Miss AdaO. Barr.a daugh
ter of J. Wesley Birr of Greenwood,
were today granted a license to wed
by Judge Spurlock.
Rev. George W. Ilawloy of Berlin
will preach at the First Baptist
church (South Park) on Thursday and
Friday evenings of this week at:30.
Everybody is invited.
Lost A ladies' cold watch, lias a
hell case, and a small chain attached,
Case No. 2,700; works No. 1,930,785;
Waltham works. Finder will be re
warded by leaving same at this offlco.
Mrs. Stoutenborough's Bible class
will meet with Mrs. Hasse in the
rooms over Ilerold's store Thursday
evening, Nov. 2, at 7::i(). Subject will
be "The First Chapter of Genesis."
All are in vited to attend.
The biggest day's corn husking
which has been repot ted at this office
this fall is that of Lester Petersen,
who is working for William Gillispie
near Mynard. lie husked 120 bu&hels
yesterday and hauled it a mile and
one-half to the crib. The corn was
-KSJgbed, allowing seventy-five pounds
to the bushel
The amusinz and interesting rural
drama, "51 Perkins," has had so much
written about it in the magazines and
dramatic journals that more could be
only a repetition. But for the beneGt
of those who are unfamiliar with the
dramatic standing of the orginization
t. mi7 ha ali that "Si Perkins" 19
one of the few plays that for seven sea
sons has enjoyed uninterrupted suc
cess. On next S iturday it will bo pro
tented at the White with the original
scenery and cast. Sam Burton and
Lillie Coleman, who assume tho title
roles, are considered the leading Yan
kee dialect Delematus of tho American
stage. Watch for the parade Satur
Go to A. W. Atwood for wall papor
Tho fnllnwinxr named persons have
been appointed by Judge Spurlock
iudffes and clerks of election in the
several wards of tho city:
First ward Clerks O- J. iwey,
Emil Wurl. Judeoe-M. S. Ungg3,u.
W. Sherman, William Claus, Harvey
Holloway, Fred Black.
Second ward-Clerks-P.C. Hansen.
W. II. Rhoadea. Judges-J. W. John-
... , I
son, William eoer, r.cnu u nuor,
James Patterson, jr , J. N. Wise.
Third ward Clerks F. W. Uichey,
D. C. Morgan. Judges A. li. louo,
n nhrlstnnaen. A. ,1. travos, .. tl.
Fourth ward Clerks William
Baird, George D. LehobotT. Judges-
Pete Hanrahan, F. R. Hallance, Aug-
ut Turtach. (ieoriro Dodge. Fred
Fifth ward A. C. Tidd, James W.
Barwick. John Sharp, Frank Fordooy,
Harry Johnson, Frank Marler.Charlos :
Imperial Mystic Lesion Method.
The following card explains itself:
"Plattsmouth, Neb. , Oct. 1, 18tK.
Editor Caetlc Courier. Again I
wish to acknowledge receipt for $ 4S.84,
a m a hiintr mv claim in full t. gainst
the I. M. L. for disability, caused by
"I wish eerv working man could be
made to understand what a goou
thioff the I. M. L. i3, and I am ture
thev would all be with U9, without!
- i .
"The promptness with wntcn an
claims are passed upon ana paiu i
should be sufficient proof of the dour-1
ishing condition of the oi der.
"IIODin our numbers may grow
ranidlv. and never bj less, I am grate-
"Harvkv M. Holi.owav.
Fell nd Ilro . ltit Arm.
Jimmy Higley, aged live years, fell
. hnnch in his father' barn
about 12:30 o'clock today and frac
.,Pr1 his arm at the elrow in a vtty
iiatol manner. Ha was taken
-. - nt Dr. Cook, who ad minis
rr;n anaesthetic and reduced the
future. Too boy is i ow resting fes
comfortably s couldh.-cxpecteJ.
MBHv and Tuesday, November 6
--antative and skilled
!?rth u'l..ot Chicago, ! Hoo,
TITK NEWS prints tho news.
The publisher of The News desires
to announce to a kind and generous
public that he bus disposed of THE
KvEXixt; News and N'ews-IlF.nALn
to George L. Farley, who takes charge
of the busines from and after Novem
ber 1, 1899. The patrons of the papers
have been universally kind and ap
preciative of every effori put forth to
serve them, and with sincere thanka
for their consideration. In the past,
Mr. Farley if commendreil to them.
Charles Searle went to Omaha this
tr I? n..i. ni.iit trC Omha this
U.. i-ki V t7 " ivwv - .
.1. W. Darr of G eenwood was in
J. M. Patterson was an exposition
wisses joswanuiuary uboi noi
Omaha visitors today.
William Gllmore returned from a
trip to Lincoln today.
c. A. Rlchey, the Louisvlllo lumber
merchant, was in town today,
Georgo Wiles of the vicinity of Man-
ley whs a Plattsmouth visitor tody.
E. F. Wirren Esq of Nebraska City
was in town today on legnl business.
Miss Tenle Hansen is home for a
monthV vacation from her school near
Robert Masters and J. E. Johnson
of Malvern, la., were in town on busi
County Superintendent G. L Farley
returned at noon today from a visit at
Weeping V ater.
J. M. Johns returned last evening
from IoIh, Kin., Where he exp-tt to
locate next spring.
Miss L tura Twis-j, wbo is employed
in Omaha, w-.s in tho city ov r Su d ,y
visiting trae friends.
Messrs. M. N. DntUe, Oto B.'cker,
L. J. May Gold and Sjiti Ball o -uir-ville
were in town today.
Miss Ilattie Lang of Orrnha will
visit for a hort tune her cousin, Mrs
James Walker, at Murray.,,
Joha Waterman and family were at
Lincoln yotord;iy, in attendance at
thefuneralofJ.il. Watormnn'i eon.
Senator Newell, By run Clrttk, W 1).
jones and Dr. Schildknecht left today
for the Newell farm in Furn s county
for a hunt.
Casper Ruetter and i-on and daugh
ter returned to their home nt D i-.d
wood today, after a week's visit with
old friends htro.
Mrs. S. A. Black ha returned home
from a visit to her daughter at Brook-
Geld, Mo., and will lore ebortli for
California to spend tho winter.
Mrs. F. Ti. Guthmann-anJ Mrs. Jos.
Droege returned today from a week's
visit among friends in Muidock, hav-
. i inp enjoyed themselves ery much
Mrs. J. M. Miller of Newto-, la..
mother of Mrs. Fred Lehnhoff, re
turned homo this afternoon. Mrs. M.
ha been visiting here for yme time.
Mrs. F. A. BurKe of South Omaha
returned home today after an over
Sunday visit with bar parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Marshall, and other
Frank J. Morgan returned last even
ing from a four days' tour on the cam
paign train in southern and western
Nebraska with W. J. Bryan. He had a
great time and enjoyed it immensely.
El Kroehlor went to Weeping Wa-
I i m I a
nermau u.ivu, j
will return to this city and on W,d-
nesuay ne win ueurt .
yo.. to agu u " " ' .
tnumo. a porwou '"T
oimA t.imn aim ha nearlv healed. UD.
Remainin? uncalled for at the post-
offlce at Plattsmouth, Oct. 30, 1899:
Anderson. J D Bonebralco. Weslle
Conner. LJ Cole. Jim
Dreson. Fred Eidman. Mrs Mtj
Hogabone. Wm Lyon. F W
Lee. Alfred Platier. b
Price. Mrs A J Stal. Ab
Stoddard. P 1$ Todd. L E
Todd, M I Thomson. Mi Ethel
When callin? for any ol the above
letters please say "advertised." "
C H. Smith, Postmaster.
The Nbblel Solttog-
Will be shown by Elson, the clothier.
on November 6 and 7. by the largest
tailors in the Co i ted Si a tea.
Golden Rod Castle No. 15, Imperial
I Mystic Legion, will hold a sterna.
j m.-iing We Jnt-s Ja evonii g, N. vem
ber 1. nt A. O. U. w. n ut, t tne
purpose of initiitn;g n-w memo-rs
ana to attena to vor ihimto i ou-.r-
ne?s of interest to .i.l m- mbers. Ech
and ivory one is earnestly requested
j Uy oi tier o: worm regeni.
F. S. BCUTON-.
K W. Fitt, S c'y
Kept on hand i t-'g -oborgcr i
Troon's feed stre Cnaioo.il is the
bulk of all bt;g cbol rmeii6.
which fell at ten tirap1 tho pric of
Tho "Got Heil,r -cot cig-ir has un
envinblo reout'ition umon-. auiokori,
Union mado. For sale by ail daiers.
Otto Wurl, Manufacturer.
The Metroiioliiin i the cheapest
and best place in tho city to buy your
Have Telfer & Sheppard do your
fall hou-.e cleaning. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Nebraska telephone 79.
Thousands of the most oiutborn and
distressing cases of pil- s ht.ve been
cured by Tablet-' lijckeye Pile Oiot-
ment. It never fails to cure. Price,
50 ota. in bottles, tubes 75 ets. F. .
Fricke & Co.
Hoy of the
Enjoy Xhelr Trip i Whinf n.
(Timm Robine. who ia DOW Mt Ytv.
couver barracks, Vshi gton, with j
tho Thirty ninth regiment, awaiting;
order to proceed to tbo Philippines, .
irritra ihp. follow in" interesting tatter ,
giving tun impressions of the beauti
ful scenery he viewed on the journey
through the states of Oregon and
In all my sight-seoing I never wit
ceased anything to compare in bonuty
to the scenery along the Columbian
i ri v u r ill VI CVUi UO W UAWU & w
lows tbia r ?er for fully J20O mile?
Mountain, cascades and beautiful
J fir, evergreen and numerous other
kinds of trees wt-re in abundance. Ttie
clouds were slowly floating aoag the
heights of the mountains and made
the scene one'of great spendor. At .
one place along tne route me rt.au
was so wludlng that we couia see tne j
boys in the rear coach. In the conter
of one of these numerous bends a small
town, surrounded by a circle of tree?, ;
was one of the peculiar sights.
"It was so much different from the
scenery in Wyoming In the latter
place ail one could see was rooks. For
miles the Union Pacific runs through
mountains of rock, and it must hart
taken considerable time and money to
build the road bed. Of course, the
entire state must not be judged by the
route we took, as I inquired and found
out that tboro is plenty of fine land in
tbat s tn to.
"Th train ran very slowly unil we
reached Oregon then we mado fast
time. S verai miles west of Laramie
a passenger tr in collided with a
freight, which delayed our train (the
third seition) eight hours. Quito
often thr-t t-ngines we-o us a in
ci mbing tho nu n - ous grado in
"l wi-ul'i not h'vo tui.-so'i thi t i
for n . th ii tr, ;is 1 li ve l- ad cen
sitn in--reaiing sight Wj ro
s u i xl j'-t ;or-oss the nv.-r tr-xn
P .i t xi i a .-I h ve a vcr. n -t -:;in. .
O fuui'ji t- of lh; i au;i i- its c e 1 -
Tht. t anp t wh cl viil !' "
across he a t r h -s Hriivv i t h
mouth of ihl river and it i-t ii ug'.'
will oiV-' in few 1 . T - nt '
regim-.-n tins s'o-d an tho a .
ex iiniu I'i-Mi, a d s--v r-il s e
Ji-uoirg d. I hrt'f boy in our
puny 'ern : brown "U . O ''w
cani'- in that every m.tii mu
bis hai-1-l.no i short Tti s is
U ) e
fo- the hal'h of i be m-ln
'M h alth is good, which i- prob
aoly accu-it'd for oy tho fact th t I
am htaii t'Od in the kitchen. O .r
CO'nDny hH pi ced ?o0 ;n my hands
with h ch I buy extra fo. l. Wo
are fe-dinsr vt-ry good and rverj bn y
i- Kali-ii d "
Kt-glntrttt lou Notice.
Tne several board- of n-gi-iratiou
will meet for t.hr purpo-.- i f having
general registration of tho voters in
their resp ctiv wards in t e -ity of
Utt-moutb, NehrasKa, on Thursday,
Octoier 19. Fnday, October 27 and
Saturday, N vembt-r 4 and sbll
r"m.iin in eo-mon ou o-i b of said days
from the hour f 8 o'cli-ck m. until
9 o'clock p. m. .at the following pUce?:
First ward Perkins hotel bloCK,
Second ward Turnverein hall,
Third ward W. D. Jont-s' li very-
barn. Main street.
Fourth ward Police judge's office.
Fifth w-rd Bach's grocery stoie.
The First ward is composed of tbat
part of the city lyinjj nor th of Main
street and e itst of Seventh street.
The Sec nd ward is composed of that
part of the city lying north of Main
street and west of Seventh street.
The Third ward is composed of
that part of the city lying south of
Main street and west of Sixth street,
and north of the north line of Fifth
The Fourth ward is composed, of
that part of the city lying east of
Sixth street, south of Mnin street and
north and east of Fifth ward.
The Fifth ward is composed of that
part ef the city lying west of Pal
mer's addition and including frac
tional lot 7 of section 10. township 12,
range 14, and all of that portion of the
city lying went of Li coin avenuo and
S'-uth of the north lines of section 19,
township 12, rango 14, and section 24,
township 12, range 13.
Voters wi I fovern tbem-elvps ac
otdn gy. B. C. Kerr Oity Clerk
L. 13. E!m lir tei- h . j i-i leieived
KHi dozen children's bieyclo hoo
wh eh i'l go at 17 C nt n oa r reg-
ibt 2-5 I'M' d
I'op ilu.- liriuuHB familiar.
"Th clamor for tho so-called 'pop-i-Ur
music," " says Theodore Thomas,
"mukes it impossible to present a goj l
program without the support of tins that the wager was naturally impos
lnfluentlal minority,' and yet a p;:sm slble to he curried cut and it conse
who clamors for 'popular muale' does quently decreed that th5 party who
not know that he only mean fami ar had received the $3, on condition of an
music; that Reethoycn's symphor:i event which h declared himself nn
wouM oon become as popular to h r.i able to meet, should return that sum
as 'Th3 Star Spangled Banner if h-j to his opponent and should pay an ad
only heard them as often and that It flitional cum of $". which was the only
nnlv ht unfamtliarltr with the ereat ihnn rt lnca incurred by the winner
Hassle masterpieces which
hie enjoyment of them."
To n of F.i 1 lr.
Chicago Tribune: Man! ton. Co'o.,
boasts of the fact thnt 75 nor c?nt of
jits population are exiles from their
' homes, who have found tn inniton'
health and strength. Its high altitude,
its oaone, its persistent sunshine end
its mineral waters are Its proudest
possesions. Among Its adopted chil-
jrea are peopie from almost every
state and territory and from nearly
every ctvillred country in the world,
; w . . 7T
. " Jy your fall hats at the
Metropolitan Mul.uWy store.
K IIMHMI or tl PFItsoSALs -
O Lt- It '''. hi mo -ve of ' he Bur-
lington t L" -o n, ti-. iu -own tidtty
b'j-ines" f r th c uupnny.
A s n nt (r
K V.". Rhoiin ..f
town toJ y bu
t -utierintend- nt
t-- IJ. & M. vDts in
Hay Wilss. late of ibis city and for
some tim a clerk for the Burlington
at Brookfield, M-., ha ber-n piomted
to u chief clerk shiu t IT nnibal. Mo.,
and will re-l 'e thnlr in the 'uture.
CURFEW 13 UPHELD.
On? Town OTilcii Find the
Elmira is trying the virtue of a cur
few, ordinance. Its express purpose i
to keep out of the streets the children
Mrml,r tn franent
them lQ th(j evening wltnout restraint
neretofore Bay3 the Eimira AdvertUer,
It eoet at 9 o'clock in the sum-
mer and at g o'clock during the "win-
ter. The effect of the rule has been
watched with interest, and nc one can
doubt that the uew rule will be as
faithfully enforced hereafter as it has
been during the first week. Only one
arrest has been made, but that was
sufficient to show the intention of the
police department to enforce the ordi
nance in a fair and reasonable man
ner. According to all the testimony
at hand lt accomplishes the purpose
tor which it was passed. Children, and
young girls in- particular, are no long
er seen promenading the streets in
groups or singly, and the gain for or
der is plainly noticeable. There is a
disposition shown in the press of other
cities to poke fijin at the course pur
sued here, but our citizen? tare nothing
for that. Tbey are tryiuz honestly an
experiment from which :imi h good Is
hoped, and their exr-frat!'.ns have
met no disappointments up to today.
Insteod of laushiii!? at our village"
similarly attlirtcd con.muuHis would
do well to adopt U"' s;uu- course of
treatment for what I everywhere ae
kncwleclged to a sorloii rvil. If
j.itge numbers of th yu'Uie mi ho
kept out of tc-niptntiou and fvo:n evil
courses by so sinipio a devic-r-. it is fur
wiser to try it than to j--ev ;'t it. U is
not a lnttghirg matter at t. but one
grave moment to th v.-elf.ir of
rrrily !il large towns. Our cxperl
iiit is worthy of geaaral imitation.
rcr it is a grtat sueess in ltJ begin-
AnJ the fVrulUr History Tlin. Made il
New Orleans Tl:ne?-Pemocrat: ""?
this is ratner a pecuMar locket and I
got lt in rather a poeuilar manner,"
said a cotton hnyor of this city when
somebody remarked the quaint little
trinket attached to his watch chain.
The locket was of f,o!d, nnd an ordi
nary five-cent ploee was sot In the lid,
surrounded by a circle of colored
stones. Tho effect was odd and no
inartistic. "The story ia briefly this."
continued the speaker. "About three
rears ago I wns on a street car in
Chit a so, when or.e of the passengers,
a very nice looking young lady, discov
ered that she had no money in her
purso. The eon iuctor was disposed to
be ugly about it. and, of course, I in
sisted on paying the fare, giving thu
girl one of my cards at ber very ear
nest reQitjt. Ovr a year elapsed, and
the Incident had entirely faded from
my mind, when ona day I was walking
along St. Chariot .street and wa hailed
by a lady from a cab. She proved to
be the same one vhot;e car fare I had
paid in Chicago, anJ had recognized
nie immediately, akhoush I had hard
work recalling the original encounter
She told me excitedly that she had
been on the lookout for me ever since,
and also that she was iu the city witb
some relatives on route for home aftei
a trip to California. While she wa
talking she was searching her purse
for a nickel, but had no change. J
laughed, told her not to bother about
it, and gave her another card. A. few
weeks later I received this locket witb
a very charming letter, which 1 prlzo
highly. I have had remarkably good
luck ever since I have worn the Uttls
gift, and I am superstitious enough
to regard lt as a sort of mascot. By a
queer coincidence the coin chanees to
bear the date of the year of my birth.'
WAGERS OP NOTE.
In the year 1034 the parliament of
Dole, in France, was called upon to
decide pn extraordinary wager between
two inhabitants of Pasmas. One of
the two had agreed that if the other
would pay him $5, ready money, he
would furnish him with a certain
number of grains of millet in propor
tion to the number of children who
should be born within a certain extent
of country and be bnptized during one
year. For the first child he was to
furnbh one grain, two for the second,
four for the third, and so on, always
doubllrghe number of grains for eac h
successive birth. ' The number, of chil
dren born wai sixty-six and the pro
portion of grains to be supplitd was so
enormous that the party bound by the
wager doirainlcd the cancelling of the
bet p.? teins baed upon an impractic
able condition. The court decided,' af
ter rucking th necessary calculation.
if the millet "had neen furnished
For a ttake of $l-',000 tho comte dt
Salllant once made a wager with the
prince de Conde that he would ride
twice from tho gate of St. Denis to
Chantllly at full gallop and return to
his startinz place In the space of six
hours, the distance between the two
nohits beins thirty miles. Besides the
wager the bets on both aides exceed-
ed ?200 oOO. Tho comte accomplished
his task with eighteen minutes to
spare. In which time he offered to rld
to Versailles, a further distance of
J 53end the NETira u your frendd.
Just try it little of Ial
duff's and yuH eat no
other. We sell it- lots of
A TAME WILDCAT.
Queer rt That OamlxiU Atxiot ft Ti
Gallatin (Tenn.) correspondence
Nashville Banner: The oddest pet
ever heard of probably may be found
at Callatin. It Is a wildcat, owned by
Charles Mitchell, a clerk for John Fry.
The animal was captured in Cumbr
land Mountains and brought to Galla
tin by some deer hunters not long
since. It is not fully grown, but is
Quite large for its age. being about 4
feet long. 21 inches high, and weigh
ing 40 pounds. It is the color of a
tiger. Mr. Mitchell has succeeded in
domesticating this vicious animal, and
values him very highly as a pet. The
house cats and dogs stand in perfect
awe of the newcomer, although It
never shows flght unless antagonized.
The wildcat gambols about the house
In a frolicsome way and Is quite fond
of Mr. Mitchell. It spends a greater
part of the time in the house, lying
before the fire, but readily obeys when
ordered out of the room. Although
the cat has a house "built to order" It
has beea permitted to remain in Mr.
Mitchell's bedroom during this cold
spell, remaining in a corner of the
room all night and never making any
The cat is a great deal mote active
than the domestic cats, and enjoys
Jumping from limb to limb of trees,
from the house top to the ground,
etc. It has a peculiarly soundlu
voice, which can be heard a great dis
tance. It was apt in learning several
tricks which its owner taught it. An
other strange thing about this cat is
that it has no inclination to rove
around one of the peculiarities of the
wildcat and Is never seen out of the
yard, only when following Mr. Mitch
ell, which is often the case.
This Is the only Instance known
where n wildcat has been tamed, and
Mr. Mitchell is very proud of his
etetrnsotrn l;t-hul:e to Crorkett.
' In the September installment oi
Robert Lo-iis Stevenson's letters In
Scribner's agaziue. the author of
"The Master of Ballantrae" adminis
ters a Just and vigorous rebuke to
Samuel Rutherford Crockett for re
ferring to Scotland as ... B." It Is
In a postsctipt to a letter dated Sara
nac Lake. Spring. 188S. and runs as
follows: "Don't put N. B. In your ,
paper, put Scotland, and be done with j
it. Ah.s that I should be thus stabbed
In the home or my friends! The namo
of iay native land is not North Brit- ,
ain, whatever may b the name or
; yours. R. L. S."
Oyst rs served
in any style t
WHITE'S OPERA HOUSL,
YV. t7. M' HIT IS. Ainanuror.
SfM J. BURTON
And the C'hsrmlnr
AlISS LILLIE COLEMAN,
IN THE NEW
"SI. PERKINS "
A Superb Scenio Production.
A Ilip! Hurrah! Hilarious!
SENSATIONAL COMEDY DRAMA,
A Roaring. Rousing Rally of Fun,
Laughter and Yell. .
Si Perkins Solo Orchestra
of twelve Skilled musicians, is tho
strongest ever presented to the public
by a travelling company.
See the Street Parade nt Noon by
Pughtown Farmer Band
Ia front of the Opera House
at 7 o'clock p. m.
Prices 23c, 48c and SOc.
Are N I a on.
Tho day of the Oyster Stew
i it i-i ii. r- nt Lin ml aid
Pat m ulh ' op know
-er . t tre t hv- On
the m rket, and that ia t. ..
II.- h came- a complete
tm'k of F 'fsn . ...
Fr .its und CQtidies,
We are Selling -
a Genuine Ail-Wool
E for $7.50,
E Black, Blue and Brown.
Positively the best
value ever offered in
You are invited
look at them.
We Are on the Corner.
JOHN C. PTAK,
THE COAL OFFICE AND
A. H. WECKBACH & CO.
Have been removed to SECOND and
AIT STREETS. Orders for
U Will receive PROMPT Attention. j
iCU Here are some of the grades the' handle:
M JACKSON HIL L, V L.
li TRENTON. ILL. MENDOTR LUMP
g IflZHLNUT BLOCK LUMP.
Il HND ALL CRPD S OF HARD COWL.
I A. H. WECKBACH & CO., UkM j
fgpglgigf?aii5 rial us na fi? AMiT iM MfMfil I
For 20 Years Has Led a!! V;
G. Ft ! i
Tho front remedy lor nervour, pr. ration and all illtenses of the generatlrt
organs of oltljersf x. s.:ch f.i Xi-rv.-.-is Prostration, Falling or Lost Manhood.
Impotency, NiHht iy Kiris ia. Yc'j.hf ul Errors. Moctal Worry. zcesaiv um
Of Tobacco Or Op'U IE. wii 'h s i in l.r.Jnmntiun a.n1 Tnajtmiir. Witb nri
ICTFR IKIMn I order we euanntec to ere or r:u l tho inony. Sold at 16 1 .OO per box.
fliltnuoino, 6 boxes for 6. OO. I?K.it,r-i"'.s liiLTI JCAL CO., Clovelaud, Ohio.
Gerin cSc Co., Druggists
Continueto do a leading business in Fancy
and Stapli 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.
Horner of Sixth and Pearl Sfrprfs.
Mm & son i
i M..L INT LINi: AND PLACil
H v in- . r.lo with J.hn C Ptak for
i !i Mri or overcoat. inero yuu
wil. a lirge asr-ortment of Wool
ens iiinl M-i-e of Tailor's Trimming
to 9 'lcct from. IJv doing so you get
120 .1 go-'d-i and trimmings and f)rl-
o :ii wo k. latest style and out. Mr.
Ft ilc i- tho only tailor in Cass county
hrlding a cutter's diploma.
PLATTSMOUTH TEL. 26.
t in Ouant.'tr.
j ; ? Remedies. irW
P. BALLARD, St. Louts.
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