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MADE A (1001) CAPTURE
Deputy SlMTill JWeltrido'N Su.s-
pirions Prove :rr-t.
Man Who la Hadly Wanted II y lh Mootb
Omaha Authorities la Nocceaatully
Cator-fI ly th lrpaty and Landrd
Hrliliid the lUm-rrlaonrr linmr
From WedueHiluy'a Dully.
Captain S. A. Alloy nnd Ofllcor Torn
Montague, of tho South Omaha police
force, ciimo down on tho Missouri la
cl 15c thin afternoon in response ton
tologrum from Doputy Sheriff Mc
Urido, which notified them that a man
whh noinir rieiu hero wl.o wax
thoupht to bo ono of the men im
plic;itrd in tho ho'd-up which
occured there- on Thanksgiving day
Upon ent'-rinjr tho j-k.il tho officers at
oiici recognized tho priHoner as the
guilty party, wlio-o nnmo in Matt
Garner, and who iH known as an all-
Tho South Oiri'iha ofllcerH had sent
tho local authorities r. description of
(J.irner, and they have been on tho
look out for him over ninco. Last
evening uopuiy mcisriue noticed a
man in Trlloty's barber 9hop who
looked rather suspicious nnd
no aotaiied a mn to keep an
eye on him Shortly after
12 o'clock last night tho deputy was
notified that his suspect was in a
lather intoxicated condition, and it
was decided to arrest tho man, and if
ineir suspicions proved jrounuioss a
chnrgo of drunkenness would be insti
tuted against him.
Tho facts in tho case are of a start
ling nature. A short time before the
attempted hold-up Garner made him
sou acquainted with a young man
named humming, who had just at
rived from Chicago and was in search
of work. lie persuaded young Cum
ming to assist him in holding up Harry
Trumboll, a bank collector, and in tho
attempt Cumining met his death,
being shot by thoir would-be victim.
Immediately after tho shooting
Garner left tho scene, und shortly
afterwards notified tho police that a
tight had occured and that a man had
been killed. Sinco that time all trace
of Garner had been lost, and hie cap
ture last night by Deputy Sheriff Me
Bride was a lucky proceeding.
The Omaha authorities returned
homo with their man this evening.
feeling verv erood over tho fact that
they have finally caught the man
whom they have been looking for.
ask alm:ns aiiointmi:nt
I'npolUta and Ormocrata 8end a Telegram
to llofurnor I'oyater.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 5. Even
though It may bo regarded aa rather
indelicate, in view of the death of
Sonator Hayward, populists . and
democrats in the senate are already
lookiog to his successor and a tele
gram was bent to Governor Poynter
today asking that ex-Senator Allen be
appointed ad interim. Thin telegram
was couched in the most laudatory
terms of Sonator Allen. It spoke of
him as a statesman who had brought
the party which ho represented into
pronounced prominence; that he stood
for the bent in American lifo and that
ho was tho logical candidate who
would have to boar tho brunt of next
This telegram, which was prepared
by Sinator Turner of Washington, was
signed also by Sc.na'ors Harris of Kan
sas, Ileiifeld of Idaho, Butler of North
Carolina, Teller of Colorado, Stewart
of Nevada and I'ettigrew of South
a i.i:tti:r fjcom Honolulu.
Illram Kobloe) Tells Abnut the, Sea Voyage
of tho Thirty-nluth Infantry.
Following is a portion of a letter
received from Hiram G lioMne, quar
termaster company A, Thirty-moth
Honolulu, II. I., Nov. 15 Once
more on land and glad of il, having
arrived this morning at lOo'clock after
a twelve days' voyage aboard tho
United States transport Pennsylvania.
Over 1,000 men were aboard the boat,
and I honestly believe that h ilf of
them were sea-sick last Saturday, dur
ing the storm which lasted for three
days. For several nights it was an
impossibility to sleep, as the vessel
tossed about so. Uuite often water
podred ovar tho entire deck and
came down the hatchways that were
open at the time.
Was sick? xes, I was one of the
many who helped feed the fishes.
Never was so sick in my life. Another
thing that was so disagreeable to the
boys when they lined up to receive
their food was the impossibility to
carry il ten feet without losing Iheir
fooling. Oae thing that I can say is
mat a am an expert on walking a
slippery and rolling deck. It is a
trick to one that never was aboard.
The last few a ays, however, we had
pleasant weather and the water calm.
Ihe transport Olymphia, which
brought over the third batallion, fol
lowed us and every day we could see
it in the distance and twice it came
within hailing distance. We would
AGUINALDO WOULD QUIT
Filipino, Junta at lloni; Kong AI
vImcm Him to Surrender.
Uenaral Hughes Is Firmly Established on
Island of I'anay, Hla Lines Extending
Far to the North of Hollo Chief tain'
Mother la Iealrona of Peace.
IIono Kong, Dec. 5. Aguinaldo is
ready to surrender. This announce
ment is made by Filipinos here, who
are in communication with the Fili
pino general. 'They say he would
come in and give himself up at Manila
if Consul Wildman would receive him
there. Now that Admiral Dewey is
away, Wildman, Aguinaldo says, is the
only one who knows the circumstances
in his favor. The Filipino junia here
was in communication with Aguinaldo
last week. It assured him of a safe
haven here and advised him to throw
himso.f on the mercy of the United
btates consul. Aguinaldo, the Fili
pino leaders say, has plenty of money.
both in Hong Kong a d P.ris.
NEW YoitK. Dec 5 A iii-p:itch to
the II j' aid from Manila ys: Aguin
aide's mother says she cesires nothing
but peace. She is glad from the tun
torn of her hea-t that the insurrection
is near an end. She adds that the
women and officers' families are suffer
ing feai ful deprivations and hardships.
She declares she d es not know Aguin
aldo's present whereabouts nor his ul
Manila, Dec. 5. 1:20 p. m. Gen
eral Hughes now ccupies Santa Bar
bara and Cabatuan, Island of Panay,
his lines extending thirty-five miles
north of Iloilo. He has occupied
twenty towns. The inhabitants are
returning with white flag, their fear
of the Americans diminishing as they
learn that they will be well treated.
XV. K. Itouie'a SacceHsor.
Mr. A. L. Tidd of this city has been
selected to fill tho vacancy in the
Science department of the High school
caused by the resignation of Mr.
Boose. Mr. Tidd Is a graduate of the
University of Missouri, is the auihor
of several scientific works, has had
seven years' experience in High
school work and comes highly recom
mended. It is believed th it an ex
cellent selection has been made, and
that Mr. Tidd's long experience in the
work will enable him to keep the
science work up to its present high
CITY AND COUNTY.
I). W. Foster of Union is in tie city.
W. II. Betts was in town today from
D. M. Johnson, tho tax collector, was
among tho Omaha visitors today.
T. B. Wilson, an Ashland attorney,
was a visitor at the court house today.
C. Shipman, from near Weeping
Water, was a I'lattsmouth visitor to
day. Fl S. Wilkinson and Thomas K.
Muriey oi weeping v aier were in
Dick Barr has just finished a new
sign for William Deles Dernier, the
Kim wood attorney.
Jui-tus Liiliie and wife from below
Murray were in the city today, patron
izing local merchants.
Oeorge 1J. MattiBon, a prosperous
cit zdii of South Bend precinct, was in
tou for a short time today
Postmaster G. A. Iio.se and Justice
G N. La Rue were up from Union to
day ies'ifing in the ea-e o Smith vs
A SIliK fTICr: rOK I KOt'l
Death of a Young Woman.
From Wednesday's Daily
Mrs. Ella Mendenhall died yester-
have made the trio in better time had day at lhe home of her rather. Mrs-
I 1 1 A 1 T"l . V J f-V . t A. -
it. nnt. hopn tv.- iho f.f hf i,h oaries auii, on rourin anu uranue
DISTRICT COURT NOTES.
From Wednesday's Dally
When district courtconvened today,
C. S. PoIk moved that the court ap
point a committee to draft appropriate
resolutions out cf respect to their
dead companion. Senator M. L. Hay
ward. The lollowing committee was
accordingly appointed: Hon. S. M
Chapman, chairman; It. B. Wicdham,
A. N. Sullivan, II. D. Travis, A. J.
Graves, C. S. Polk, Byron Ctark and
William Delesdernier. As the funeral
of Senator Hay ward occu-s tomorrow
afternoon a 2 o'clock, President Wind
ham of the Cass County Bar associa
tion announced a meeting of that body
at the court room tonight at 7:30
o'clock, when proper arrangements
will be made for attending the fun
The jury, except those retained on
the cae of Smith vs. Gruber, were dis
charged today, the present case being
the last of the jury case? on the docket
The replevin case of the Connecticut
R'ver Savings Bank vs. Gilbert, was
concluded last evening, the jury find
ing a verdict for the defendant.
RAILROAD SOTES AND PERSONALS
From Wednesday's Daily.
Jack McCarty, Gideon Archer and
Ed Brantner. who left about two
months ago to work for William
Neville on the Alliance extension of
the Burlington, returned home last
The Burlington road may have some
difficulty in getting its extension from
Hill City to Keystone completed and
in operation before May 1, 1900. The
line at Keystone runs close to the
front doors of a number of cottages
which are leased until May 1, and the
tenants declare they will not move out,
or permit the houses to be moved un
til their leases expire. Another diffi
culty is a large cut which must be
made from Hill City 250 feet through
twenty-five and thirty foot rock before
the ties and iron can be gotten through
to the other end. The grading from
Keystone to this cut will be finished
Yesterday was a rather busy day for
the railroads running into South
Omaha. About 3S6 cars of live stock
were delivered at the stock yards at
The work of putting in the three
concrete piere under the B. & M.
bridge 07er the Platte river is about
completed. These piers have been
placed in the main channel of the
river, and will materially strengthen
Kept on hand at Egenberger &
Troop's feed store. Charcoal is the
bulk of all bog cholera remedies,
which sell at ten times the price of
ders to stay near the other vessel.
which is not near as last a running
boat. The last two evenings aboard
were fine and the moon never looked
so grand to mo as it did from the
upper deck of the boat. The sea was
as quiet as a pond of water arid its sil
ver like appearance was magnificent.
E irly this morning we sighted land
and at 10 o'clock came up to the docks
and anchored. At 1 o'clock we
were off the boat and drilling up town
and shortly afterwards were turned
loose and allowed to go where we
wished until 5:30, when we again re
turned to the boat, but did not go
aboard. We will sleep out in the
open air tonight, which is very pleas
ant and quite warm. lain about a
beauiiful and pleasant climate it is
right here. The mountains in the
distance and the beautiful trees and
flowers far surpass even that beauti
ful city of Havana. Another thing
that differs from Cuba is the cleanli
ness of the streets and alleys. Why,
they are far superior in that respect
ban the streets of Piattsmouth. The
Queen's palace is another place of
beauty and was admired by the boys
A fine park surrounds it, which con
tains some of the most beautiful
flowers that ever came to my view.
The population consists of China
men, Japanese and islanders, but I
think that the former are more plenii
ful than the others. The. business
part of the city is up-to-date. Vehicles
with rubber tires and numerous bi
cycles can be seen everywhere in the
city. Prices on everything, however,
are high. It costs something to get a
good, "square" meal here. I was one
of tha many boys who visited the
Chinese-Uncle Sam restaurant up
Several transports, steamers and
foreign vessels are in the harbor pack
ing and coaling up. We had no more
than anchored when they commenced
to load up our boat with coal. It is
thought that we will be here about
three days, when we will again go
westward to the Philippines. This
next run will be a long trip, but it is
thought that we will hare good
weather and quiet water.
One of the funniest sights that I
have witnessed was the natives in
bathing when we came up to the
docks. The boys would throw money
over the 6ide of the boat and the
swimmers would dive and catch them
before they reached bottom. They
never missed catching every coin.
They dive with their eyes open. One
of the natives had his mouth filled
with nickles and dimes.
As it will be after Christmas before
you hear from me again, I will now
bid all my friends a merry Christmas
and a happy New Year.
streets, after a 6ix weeks illness with
catarrh of the stomach. The deceased
was nineteen years of age, and lenyes
a husband and a five-montbs-old child
to mourn her loss.
Tne remains will be taken to Pacific
Junction tomorrow morning on No. 4,
and the funeral will be held from the
Methodist church of that plce. In
terment will he m tde at Glen wood.
Work Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Pills. .. Every pill is a
sugar-coated globule of health, that Uimilarly afflicted may read it and be
cnanges weakness into strengtn, net- benefitted. Thomas C. Bower. Glen-
The oyster supper at F. M. Young's
Tuesday evening was a great success.
There are still quite a number of
farmers who are not through husking
Mr. Oldham is kept quite busy
weighing hogs as they ar'iv- f om the
S. Lt Furlong has ben qu.te bu-
in the western part of this locality
late dehorning cattle.
There will be preaching at the
Christum church Sumiay, Decemb
10, morning and evening.
S. G. Latta and Dr. Alien are having
new furnaces put in their dwellings
E. A. Burton is doir g the work.
There are a great many hogs com
ing to this market now. A great many
cattle are also being fed in this local
On account of the bad weather the
supper at the Presbyterian parsonage
Thanksgiving night was not largely
Wo have a young man with us at
present representing the Imperial
Mj-stic Legion lodge, and is trying to
get an order started at this place.
The Piattsmouth Telephone company
are streigntening up their line
through here, and are getting it in
good shape to do first class work.
The public school of this place is do
ing nicely under Prof. Claud Palmer
and bis assistant, Miss Smith. They
gave an entertainment Wednesday
John Churchill of Rock Bluffs has
purchased a dwelling house in this
place. He also bought six lots, on one
of which he is constructing a new
Jack Shaw, E A. Burton and Claud
Palmer have manufactured a crow
trap by which they expect to be ab'e
tojiatch about 100 crows at a pull.
They have caught as many as thirty-
seven at a pull. Their aim is to catch
about 600 or 800 by Christmas and then
invite in the shooters and have a crow
Son of an Ohio Merchant Cared of
My son has been troubled for years
with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago
I persuaded him to take some of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using two bottles of
the 25 cent size be was cured. I give
this testimonial, hoping some one
county comm'ssioners tod y
t'ave tho rridgo contract to J. Ii.
Sheen y Sr Co . heir- figure, per lineal
ot, neing $4 75.
John W bm-r, repre-entii g Ab
K' chraum & Co. of Philadei phia. is
n the city interviewing the loc.l
Captain Theodore SehnefFor of
Omnha is in the city for a visit with
old friends. Mr. Schaeffer was jus
tice of the peace at Weeping Water
about four years ago.
Judge Spurlock today granted mar
riage licenses to L- muel Parish and
Miss Balera Shepardson, both of Eim
wood, and Emil It. Miller and Miss
Katie Sutton, of Greenwood.
About twenty volunteer soldieis
passed through tho city today on No.
27, enroute from St Louis to Sin Fran
cisco. At that place they will bo as
signed to a regiment and sent to the
H. R. Gering was in Omaha yester
day and sold twenty-four different
parties forty acres or more of Mis
souri land. Coates was over to Glen-
wood where he convinced four other
parties that it was the croper tiraj to
purchase southern land.
Gus Ilyers came down from Have
lock this morning and before return
ing this afternoon purchased forty
acres of Missouri land of Crates and
Gering. Gus seemed to think he had
made a splendid investment. This
make the total number of contracts
Twrnlj.livn Yearn' t'oimtuiit Vf Without
The firs-t Indication (f croup Is
hoar-eness, and in a child -u i-jert to
that dlsearo it may by t iki ri a- a mini
sign of the npjiroaeh of mi attack.
Following this h.nronos4 is a pecu
liar rough cough. If Chmnberl-iln's
Cough I ;medy i- given ;is -o..n a the
child becomes liOH' se, or i v.-n after
tho croupy cough appears, it will p-e-vont
tho att'ick. It i- ued in rnanv
thousands of homes jR this hrond land
and never dissapoints the anxious
mothers We have yet to learn of a
single irstnrc in which il ha not
proved rff. ctvi.il . No oth'-r prepara
tion can show such a record twenty
five years' constant use without a fail
ure. For sale by nil drug rists.
1 1 is reported thnt the French gov
ernment is negotiating with the com
pany controlling the Mihma'ino tor
pedo boat for tip" construction of sev
eral voxels ( f the Holland type, and
lso for tho exclusive u.-e of tho
patents of the submarine ho it fur tho
French go ver-tun' nt.
(animus; a Wlila- l u i m r Inn.
A- a v-ure f..r rh umatim Chamher
tin's Pain Balm is gaining a wide
reputation. 1). 1J. Johnston of Kieh-
m ml. ind., h:;s bee" liouhled with
that, ailment since 1SC.1J- In sneak inf
f it ho says: "I never found any
thing hat would relieve me until I
used Chamberlain's Pain Jlilrn. It
acts like magic with mo. My fool was
swollen and pained me very much, but
one good app'ication of Piin Halm re
lieved me." Fo-- sale by all d rutririst-i.
I tlcsire to state that I have a well-srhclcd
stock of Watches, (.old Jewelry, Silver
ware and Novelties, which will make suit
Prices will be AWAY DOWN and we
mean to sell the floods if prices will do it.
ICvery article guaranteed just as represented.
A Beautiful Medallion jjiven Free
purchase of $5 or over.
B. A. McELWAIN,
The Leading and Oldest Jeweler.
Send the Nkws to your friends.
lessness into energy, brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful in
building up the health. Only 25 cents
per box. Sold by. F. G. Fricke & Co.
coe, O. For sale by all druggists.
W. II. Venner of My Hard was in
the city today.
Henry Barker of Ctdar Creek was
in town today for a short time.
W. G. Powell, one of the prosperous
farmers fnm near Myna:d. was a
Piatt-mouth visitor- today.
M. P. Meisinger from near Cedar
Creek was doing some trading with
the local merchants today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Patterson, jr..
have begun housekeeping in Mrs.
Levings' hous , in the Second ward.
County Treasurer-elect James L
Barton was i the city today and tiled
his bond an. I is now ready to take the
oath of office
John Cutrijht w .s i-hakinir hands
with old friends at the Burl ngton
depot tbis morning He was enroute
to Nebras-a City to atterd Senator
The following gentl-men were
I aiong the delegation who went to
Nebraska City this morning to attend
'he funeral of Senator Hayward:
Messrs. VV. H. Newell, Byron Clark,
R. B. Wi dham. Dr. T. P. Livingston,
Jesse Li. Root, William Peles Dernier,
G. L. Farley, Harry Jiorthcut and
D. S Guild.
Attorney T. S Becker has pur chased
the Sam Patteison property, on Vino
street, which, with his mother, he
will occupy in a short time. Mr.
Becker purchased Harvey Holloway's
property, on North Fourth street,
some days ago, but as there was a flaw
of long standing in the title, the deal
"I vas nearly dead with dyspepsia,
tried doctors, visited mineral springs-,
and grew worse. I used Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. That cured me. " It di
gests what you eat. Cures indigestion.
sour stomach, heart burn and all forms
of dyspepsia. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks for the many acts of kindness
performed by our neighbors and
friends at the death of our boy.
ole Roman and Wife.
it ice i f Sal e.
In the District (iurt of Cass Cuuntv. Nebraska
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Frederick
Notice is heiebv civen that in pursuance of an
order of liasil si. kanisev. iiulce of t lu H istrirt
court of the Second Judicial district ol the stale
of Nebraska, in and for Cass county, made on
the 1 Ith dav of November. A. O. Isfl'.r.h.r the sale
of the real estate hereinafter described, there
will be sold at the south door of the mirt house
at Piattsmouth. Nebraska, on the l'.ith dv of
December. A. 1). l-ii'.t. at o'clock i. in. of said
day, at public vendue to the highest bidder for
casn, trie lolluwinir described real estate, to-wit:
Lots one hundred forty (lll. one hundred
twenty-three diil, one hundred twentv-four (1JI..
two hundred thirty-three (-'iC'.), three hundred
twenty-one (.1.1). three hundred twenty-two lif--).
three hundred twenty-thiee V'S.i). lour hundred
twenty HL'ib, four hundr. d twenty-one (421 ), six
nunarea nine (iiiiin, six hundred eight (niiS), six
hundred seven b'C), six hundred eighty-one i iw l .
six Hundred eighty (nsji. six hundred seventy
nine Itiril), live hundred hftvhve (".i."i), two hun
dred forty-eight i'JI), five hundred forty-live i."4.').
one hundred twenty-live il-.". one hundred
eighty-eight (iss). one hundred eighty-nine
iri,jlt mieee iiunureo ioiiy-eigni (.isj, tinee
hundred forty-nine (:il:ii.t!uee hundred hlty :Ml).
six hundred thirty-live i'-'-'t). six hundred thirty
six (6.W , s'x hundred eighty-nine (tis'.ti. six hun
dred ninety-seven ("''.7). seven hundred twenty
four (721), seven hundred twenty-hve ojo), seven
hundred twenty-six I i'.'l , seven hundred thirty-!
five L !. seven hundred foity-fuiir 7441. all in
the village of Louisville, Cass county, Nebraska.
f-aid sale wM remain open one hour.
Dated this L'Uth day of November. A. IL lH.i'.t.
John 1). I kki.i siix,
Administrator of the estate of Jacob Frederick
Byron Clark and C. A. Kawls, Attorneys for the
hirst publication Nov. "1.
That is what you can depend upon at ouk
shop. And that is only one of the many
gfood points. We have a lare assortment of
foreign and domestic floods from which to
make selections and every suit or garment
we turn out is guaranteed to he satisfactory.
The Only Union Tailor Shop
in Cass County...
Members of labor organizations are invited
to call at our shop, where they can et the
union label placed on their garments, and
where they can jfet the best for their money.
IXiideeelt fc McBSroy,
Rockwood Block Main St.
In County Court. (Jass county, Nebraska.
In the mutter of the estate of Frediick Latham,
flattie ij. WHrng'o:), F.lizabeth S. Latham,
and al other persons interest, d in said matter,
are hereby notified th at on tii l.'tli dav of No
vember. is;i, Hatiie ( ' Wellington tiled' a peti
tion in sa.d coi.rt, alleging, among other things,
that r-rednck Latham i.ied i n the l)lh nay of
November, li-Si!i, I. avii g a la-t v. i 1 and testa
ment and possessed of rea and per-onal estate
in said count v, and that the ab ve-nained con
stitute all the persons interes ed in the e-tate of
sa d deceased: praying for the probate of said
will and for administration cf aid estate there
under. ou are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear before this court on the lltti day ol
Dei ember. at f o'clock a m.. to contest the
probate of said will, the court may ailo.'. and
probate said will and grant administration there
under to 1 liz beth 5 Latham, or some other
suitable person, and proceed to a settlement
In Witness Whereof. I hereunto set niv hand
and the seal of said court at Piattsmouth. Ne-
biaska. this llth day of November, l.-ii
I.SEALJ (eok;k M. Spuklock,
First publication Nov. 111.
And for everything under the sun.
Every home has need of paint
Each kind of
ss. In County Court.
Notice to Creditors
State of Nebraska
County of Cass.
In the matter of the estate of William Voting.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the executor of said es
tate before me. County J"dg- of Cass county,
Nebraska, at the county court room in Piatts
mouth. in said countv.on the loth dav of June, A.
I). 19i.O, at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance. Six months are allowed
for the creditors of said dereased to present
their claims, from the 9ih day of December,
Witness my hand and seal of said county court
at Piattsmouth, Nebraska, this Jlth day of No
George M. Spurlock,
(Seal) County Judge.
First publication November 14. K)'J.
U specially suited to some home ttse either outside or Inside.
It's knowing the right kind of paint, and putting It on the rigtt
place that makes painting a success. Tell us what you want to paint,
and we'll tell you the rutht kind to use.
For sale in Piattsmouth Dy
F. G. FRICKE & CO., Druggists.
NE.W t ADVERTISEMENTS
Cleiruef aud beautiflM the h&zr.
Promote a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Beatore Gray
Hair to it Youthful Color.
Cure! calp diaiei ft hair lalliug.
0r,arid $1 Wat DruiirtJ ;
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that on the L!th day of
December, l'Jit, an application will be made to
the Honorable W.A. Poynter, governor of the
state of Nebraska, for the pardon of Nelson
Gillespie, who was convicted of the offense of
burg-larv, in the district court of the Second ju
dicial district of Nebraska, for the county of
Cass, in the May term of said cotirt, A. D., 195.
Said application will be made by Henry f .
McEldon. in whose employ said Nelson Gillespie
nas peen Miice me i-a aay oi liny, imiv, under a
parole lrom the governor
of the state of Ne-
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood
Core Impotency. Nig-ht Emissions, Loss of Mem-
"One Minute Cough Cure is the best
remedy I ever used for cougbs and
colds. Ii is unequalled for whoopiDg
coueh. Children all like it," writes
H. N. Williams, Gentryviile, Ind.
Never fails. It is the only harmless
remedy that pives immediHte results.
Cures coughs, colds, hoarsened, croup,
pneumonia, bronchitis and all-throat
and lung- troubles. Its enr'y use pre
vents consumption. F. G. Fricke & Co.
C. F. Valleryand wife have returned
from their wedding trip to Soribcer,
Neb., where they were the guests of
William Franzen and wife.
ory, all wasting diseases,
all effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretion.
A narva f nnin
'blood builder. Bring-s
the cink clow to Dale
cheek3 and restores the
Vfire of youth. By mail
.50c rxr hni. B Ikitpo for I
$2.50, with our bankable g-aurantee to cure
or refund the money paid. Send for circular
ana copy or. our DankaDie guarantee bond.
iTEr.rnw Mnn l luiurcumic ivamia
Positively guaranteed cure for Los3 of Power,
Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs,
Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra
tion, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity. Paralysis and the
Results of Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium or
Liquor. By mail in plain packatre. $1.00 a
box, 6 for $5.00 with our bankable gnar
antee bond to cure in 30 days or refund
money paid. Address
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICACO, ILL.
Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
For Sale I offer for sale my prop
erty on Narth Sixth street, conMstingr
of two acre?, all in fruit; two houses
Beecqam's Fills no equal for con-1 and a barn, in good condition. G. IL
There are few ailments so uncom
fortable as piles, but they cn easily
be cured by using Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. Relief follows its use,
nnd any one suffering from piles can
not afford to neglect to give it a trial.
Price, 50c in bottles; tubes 75c. F. G.
Fricke & Co
A new assortment of pipes just re
ceived at IL Spies'. Call and examine
Are bow for ule by all leading Grocer) .
0KE raiAlWlU C0NVINCI THE PUBUC OF TKEiR
SUPERIORITY AbTO PURITY Cf MATERIAL AND
DELiciousNEtt or rtAVOA.
Are Now In Season.
The day of the Oyster Stew
is once more at hand and
Piattsmouth people know
where to get the best on
the market, and that i3 at...
Ho also cirries a complete
stock of Fresh. . . .
Fruits and Candies,
Bottled in Bond.
Piattsmouth Coal Yard
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oata and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER 5 TROOP.
THIRD AND MAIN-STS.
. The above cut of Uncle Sara repre-
sents the public and they know a gocd
i thing when they see it. Cll and be
convinced that Yellowstone is the
I best whiekey in tne market. Sold
Digests what you eat.
Itartiflciallydigests the food and ajd3
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Ileartburr,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of imperfect digestion,
Prepared by E. C. DWitt A Co.. Chicago.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
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