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DULLER. FALLS BACK
Knglish General ISegrets Report
ing a Serious lteverse.
Boer Cuplorc Ten Field ODDl-CoDDtogbt
Rvogera Suffer Bear; Loiin la Lead
In the Attack ly Intensely Hot and
Most Trying on English Troop. Enemy
Kill Nearly all the noun.
London, Dac. 16 12:47 a. m. The
war cffice baa received a dispatch an
nouncing thnt General Duller has met
with a serious reverse, losing eleven
General Duller was attempting to
cross the Tugela river. Finding' it
impossible to effect hia object he or
dered a retirement in order to avoid
greater lotsea. lie left eleven guns
London, Dec. 13. The following ia
the text of General Duller's dispatch
announcing hia reverse:
"Ciieveley Camp, Dec. 15.-6:20 p.
m. I regret to report a serious re
verse. 1 moved in full strength from
our camp near Cheveley at 4 this a m.
There are two formidable places in
the Tugela river and it was my inten
tion to force a passage through one of
them. They are about two miles
"My intention was to force one or
the other with one brigade, supported
by a central brigade. General Hart
was to attend the left d. if t. General
Hildyard thu right road and General
Lyttleton was to t:ike the center and
to support either. Ewlv in the day I
taw that General Hart would not be
able to force . passage and I directed
him to withdraw. He had, however,
attacked with great gallantry and bis
leading battalion, the Connaught Han
gers, I fear, suffered a great deal. Col
onel I- G. Drooke was seriously
Orders an Advance.
I then ordered General Hildya-d
to advance, which he did. and hia lead
ing regiment, the East Surrey, occu
pied Colenso t-tation and the houses
near the bridge. At that moment I
heard that the whole artillery I htd
ent to support the attack the Four
teenth and Sixty sixth field bitteries
and six naval 12 pounder quick-firer?,
um.er Colonel L ng had advanced
clo-e to the river, in Long's desire to
bo within effective range. It proved
to be full of the enemy, who suddenly
opened a galling fire at close range,
killing all their horses, and the gun
ners were compelled to stand to their
gun9. Some of the wagon teams got
shelter for troops in a donga and des
Derate effort were b:ing made to
bring out the "field guns. The fire.
however, was too severe and only two
were saved by Captain Schofle'.d and
some drivers whose names I will fur
"Another most gallant attempt,with
three team?, was made by an officer
who-e name I will obtain. Of the
eighteen horses thirteen were killed
and as several drivers were wounded
I would not allow another attempt, as
it seemed that they would be a shell
mark, scrificing life to a gtdlant at
tempt to force the passage. Upsup
ported by artillery, I directed the
troops to withdraw, wnich they did in
"Throughout therday a considerable
force of the enemy was pressing on my
right flank, but was kept back by
mounted men under Lord Dundonald
and part of General Barton's brigade.
The day was intensely hot and most
trying for the troops, whose conduct
was excellent. We have abandoned
ten eruna and lost by shell fire one.
The losses in General Hart's brigade
are heavy, although the proportion of
severely mounded I hope, ia not large.
The Fourteenth and Sixty-sixth field
batteries also suffered severe losses.
We have retired to our camp at Chev
Fome Liuten'M t ot Pol ce Cat-sin.
at ono time a butr er in the Riujh
Rulers, who baa been on trial for kill
ing a Cuban m-ijor, has been sen
tenced to imprisonment for two years
and four months and to py the heirs
of Martinez $1,)00. Casin has already
been nearly a year iu prison and this
time will be deducted from the sentence.
ATTACKS DISGUST KAISER.
CONGRESS OF NATIONS
Z.s" Hovel Program at the
Market Is Well Taken.
iTl AND COUNTY.
Too. Who Took, Part Represented a Na
tion, Encosto me Chores of Sixteen
Voices Closes the Program Christmas
Market Proves a Financial Success
Other Mews Events.
From Saturday's Daily.
The second evening of the Christ
mas market at White's hall last even
ing was a success in every sense of the
The market was held under
Emperor William Withdraws German
Military Attache at Paris.
Berlin, Dec. 15. Emperor Wil
liam's intention to withdraw Baron
von Suesklnne, German military a.t-1 word
tache in Paris, as cabled some time the auspices of the four societies of the
ago, nas juss oeemarnrauui. 1113 1 Presbyterian church the Ladies' Ala
event is considered of prime import- society, the Auxiliary, the Q. Z. so-
ance. I cietv and the Kind's Daughters
His majesty haa become thoroughly The Q. Z. society's part in the mar-
disgusted witb tbe attacks and inslnu- ket ia8t evening was to furniah the
ations of the Paris press regarding program and this they did in a manner
the activity of the German military which was highly satisfactory to the
attaches ana witn tne numerous pri- large crowd. It was a musical pro
vate ana omcial reports which bad gram and was given by what might be
reached him on the subject, bearing termed. "A congress of nations' the
out, partially at least, tne newspaper selections eiven and the costumes
His keen sense of honor was aroused
especially as he considers that Ger
man officers, who are popularly re
worn representing different counties.
Jake Koch was in his glory and gave
a darky solo in his usual realistic man
ner and was heartilv encored. Mies
garded by their countrymen as above je88ie Lansing, who sang a German
reproaca in military matters, ought 8olo wa3 called out the second time.
not to be expected to furnish to the
home government information incon
sistent with a nice sense of honor.
This view the emperor wants prac
tically borne out. He met with a de
termined opposition on the part of
some of his principal military advis
ers. General von Hanke,and Count von
Waldersee, but succeeded in having
his own way. It goes without saying
that the Dreyfus affair was the imme
diate cause of the order of withdrawal.
A high government official did not
deny this when questioned. The cor
respondent of the Associated Press
also understands that the duties of all
German military attaches are likely
to be modified and brought more in
consonance with modern days of gen
tlemanly honor, the emperor hoping,
moreover, that the example given by
Germany will be imitated by other
powers, especially France
to 110x011 uoi:kal. avooi
The other parts were equally good
Miss Matilda Vallery represented the
Indian, Miss Edith Patterson the
French, Miss Mayme Sullivan the
Italian and Djmmie Hiatt the Irishman.
At the close there were sixteen
voices in a chorus which sang Sousa's
'Stars and Stripes Forever" and
"King's Own Muskatees," the gen
tlemen being dressed in uniform.
This portion of the program waa es
The other societies had bootha in
the room and sold various kinds of
articles and refreshments.
The exact amount which will be
cleared out of the venture ia not yet
known, but it will be a neat sum.
Trxas Arrives at Havana.
HAVANA. Dec. 17 The United
States battleship Tex ts, Capain Sigs-
bee commanding,ha3 arrived here and
Captain Greene, commandant of the
naval station, has conferred with Cap
tain Sigsb-e with regard to the re
moval from Colon cemetery of the
bodies of the victims of the Maine dis
aster. The present intention is to re
move the remains with -as little cere
mony as possible.
The work of disinterment will begiu
tomorrow morning. L-ich cocin will
be enclosed in a metal casket and be
century, or shall we do so a year surrounded by adisinfecting compound.
hence? According to the letters pub-1 The caskets will be removed during
lished in the daily press, and the the night to the naval wharf, where
statements expressed among our citi- they will be under guard until all is
zens about town, there seems to be ready for removal to the battleship,
a difference of opinion upon the point. I wbjeh it is expected will take place
The question seems to shape itself I Wednesday night or Thursday at day-
about as follows: Did we count from I break. The Texas will then le.xve at
Father Chidwiek will identify the
coffins aa thev are taken from the
ground, having a chart showing the
exact location of each.
THE BURNING QUESTION.
To the Editor of The News:
Just at this time when we are about
to chronicle the passing of another
year, by shifting the digits not one
tbis time, as we commonly do; nor
two, to mark a new decade, but three
out of a possible four the question is
strongly in the minds of the Ameiican
people: Are we about to begin a new
0" in the year in which Christ was
born, or did we count from "1," num
bering the expiration of that year
year 2." Reasoning logically from
these two premises, we will neces
sarily brrive at two different conclu
sions, at variance with each other one
Taking the former, and for conven
ience, supposing the birth of Christ to
have been the January 25 preceding
Part of an Old Resident Kouutl.
Probably the one thing that ha
been the object of the greatest amount
of curiosity is the large bone found on
the farm of William Rose while dig
ging a well. When thirty-eight feet
Instead of the December 25 upon which I below the surface and after penetrat-
it occurred; at the time we could write ta -bout six feet of travel. Henry
hia age "one year;" we could also
write "year 1," A. D ; his age "two
years," the "year 2," A. D. It follows.
1900 years would have elapsed before
we could write "year 1900" for his age.
Now we will begin writing 1900 after
December 31 next, i. e., nineteen cen
turies will have passed into history at Dut ntUe doubt as to it being a part of
that time, and on January 1, 1900, we the remain of the mastodon, parts of
win negin tne twentieth century. which has been found in different part
Taking the other premise, and rea- of tbe country, and identified by scien
soning likewise, we must conclude tists. Mr. Rose will probably send it
that the nineteenth century ends one to tho 8tato mUseum sometime in the
Hoggettdugup a bone of some pre
historic monster. It is only part of a
joint,probably that of the thigh where
it joins the knee, but it measures ten
inches across the top by five inches
wide, and together with a fragment,
fourteen inches long. There can be
Society of Cuban Veterans and Other Or
ganizations to Welcome Him.
IlAV4KA,Dec. 15. The Cubanito to
day expresses great satisfaction at the
approaching change in the Cuban side
of the administration, stating that the
hnmre is satisfactory on account of
the character of General Wood, from
whom good government is expected.
Much curiosity is expressed at the
sign'fic ince of the change, most peo
ple inclining lo tbe view that General
Wood ia considered in Washington
the best man for tho place. It is not
expected there will be any substantial
change of policy. The Society ot Vet
erans and other organizations are pre
paring a great ovation for General
Wood on hib arrival. His pronounced
friendly feeling for the Cubans,as well
as bia record at Santiago, appeals
stronglv to popular favor.
The bishop of Havana has agreed to
waive all cemetery charges in connec
tion with the Colon cemetery in the
case of the victims of the Maine disas
ter. Chaplain Chadwick ia indignant
at a charge made by a local paper that
the department demands 82 for a per
mit to remove each bodv. This state
ment ia absolutely false and the biahop
is lending nil assistance in the under
At todaj'a meeting of the Havana
convention of delegates of the Cuban
league and national party it was deci
ded to send a petition to Washington
requesting that the mayors of muni
cipalitiea be elected by the direct vote
of the people and that their election
should not need to be confirmed by any
Colonel Bacallao, chief of the secret
police, has discovered that some of the
detectives are in the pay of Havana
merchants ana allow the latter to
adulterate their goods. He has dis
charged thirteen members of the force
for this reason.
year from December 31.
If this reasouing is correct it would
seem that a correct conclusion hinges
upon the question as to when we began
to count. The writer takes the former
view, and holds that the nineteenth
centu.y ends December 31 at mid
future. Nehawka Register.
U. K. Critchfield and son, Owen,
went to Lincoln Wednesday.
Earl Kirkpatrick ia assisting L. E.
Stone during the holiday season
The W. C. T. U. women gave an
Hrakeman Lmh k n Arm
Frank Hay ward, the brakeman who oyster ""PP61" Frldy evening, Decem-
waa iniured at liartlot.i To. nhnni 1 1 ber 15.
o'clock Saturday evening, was brought
to this city several hours after the ac
cident occurred, and it was found that
his arm was so badly mangled and
mashed that amputation was neces
The unfortunate man was taken to
the Perkins house, and a successful
amputation was performed by Drs.
Livingston, Bacon of Pacific Junction,
and several other phjsicians.
Hay ward was a brakeman on a spe
cial freight coming up from the south.
As the train was slowly passing the
station at Btrtlett, Hayward jumped
to the platform, and in so doing he
came in rather abrupt contact with
C. E. Bobbitt,the Louisville teacher,
was in the city today.
J. W. Connelly, from near Murdock.
waa in town yesterday.
Frank Dickson came in from Louis
ville this morning to spend Sunday.
Mrs. Orrin Smith and daughttr,Bir
della, were visiting friends in Omaha
A SU E PRE OK I ROUP.
Twenty-Ave Sears onstant Use Without
The first indication of croup is
hoar eness, and in a child subject to
that disease it may be taken as a sure
sign of tbe approach of an attack
Following tbla hoarseness ia a pecu-
iar rough couh. If Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ia given as soon as the
child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupy cough appears, it will pre
vent tbe attick. It is used in many
Mrs. Sam Patterson of Lincoln is in thoiiaan1a nt hom,a ,n lM.
the city visiting her parents and other I , ,. , .
!i i-.Kj '"'""i r land nnvar diRaannlnta the nnTimw
mothers. We have yet to learn of a
It is reported that baby carriages
are in great demand this year as
L. Drabek of Terry, S. D., was in
the city today, the guest of Miss
Ado'.ph and Anton Koubek and John
Wooster went to Lincoln this morning
to visit friends a few days.
Frank Wheeler and wile of Louis
ville are in the city to spend Sunday
with Ed Grassman and wife.
W. L. Street was wearing a bandage
over one of hia eyes today. He says it
is nothing more than a sty.
Court Reporter Harry Northcutt
came up irom neorasKa iaty mis
morning to attend court today.
Mrs. II. H. Tartsch of McCook, who
is visiting relatives in the city, was a
passenger for Omaha this morning.
W. J. Hicks, C. W. Hoover, C. D.
Clapp and John T. Stokes of Elmwood
were visitors in the city yesterday.
County Judge Spurlock today issued
a permit to wed to Elba Dodson and
Miss Lenna Alferd, both of Nehawka.
Seventeen tramps were guests at the
police room last night. They were
shown out of town early this morning.
C. M. Seybert, a prosperous farmer
from near Louisvilie, was in town to
day purchasing a supply cf Christmas
The suit of E Sheldon vs. George
Lubben was tried in justice court yes
terday afternoon. It w8 a suit on ac
count, and an amicable settlement was
reached and the csise dirmissed.
Louis Ottnat has secured the con
tract for retouching tho frescoeiog
worK on the walls and ceilings at the
court house, which was damaged by
the recent fire. He expects to begin
the work some time next week.
A family quarrel in the west part
of town the other evening resulted in
ono member of the family receiviug a
pair of highly discolored eyes. How
ever, the trouble was satisfactorily
patched up, and the police were not
called to the scene.
Judge Ramsey held a short session
of district court today and adjourned
to 9 o'clock Monday morning. A di
vorce was granted to E izibeth Craw
ford from Howard A. Crawford on the
grounds of non-6upport and adultery.
Crawford was formerly a butcher in
Frank Wheeler, who came down
from Louisville tbis morning.received
a telegram from Madison conveying
tbe sad intelligence of the death of
hia neice, a young lady eighteen years
of age, and also thai his sister, Mrs.
Hoabrook, waa not expected to live.
He departed this afternoon for Madi
son. Ex-County Commissioner John C.
Hayes of Elmwood believes ia getting
in early and thereby avoiding any
rush that might ensue and has paid
hia subscription to thia Household
Necessity well into tho year 1901. Mr.
Hayes has set an example that is
worthy of emulation by all good citizens.
D. C. West and F. P. Sheldoa took
.. business trip to Omaha the first of
Mr. W. H. Wright, the Scotch elo
cutionist, ia billed for Monday night.
Miss Fox well's room waa closed for
two or three days ou account of tbe
illness of the teacher.
A number from here went to Ne
braska City Tuesday night to Bee
Hamlet aa played by Walker White
The Masona are having the rooms
over Chas. Brandt's store fixed up for
a lodge room. The Odd Fellows will
There was a short session of district
court today. The divorce case of Carl
L Herger vs. Bertha Herger, was
tried and a divorce granted.
Mayor F. M. Richey departed yes
terday for McCook, where he has
some business interests to look after.
He does not expect to return until
T. H. Pollock received word yester
day to the effect that Charles E. Eddy,
president of the water company, had
died last Friday at Boston. Mr. EJdy
is quite well known in Plattsmouth,
having frequently visited this city in
the interests of his company.
Tom Ma pes and wife arrived yester
day from Helena, Mont., for a short
visit with the former's parents in this
city. Tom has been employed as a
postal clerk on the Northern Pacific,
but recently received an appointment
to a clerkship in the pension office at
Washington. They will leave Wed
nesd ty for the capitol, Mr. Mapes be
ing expected to report for duty on
single instanca in which it hasnot
proved effectual. No other prepara
tion can 6how such a record twenty
five years' constant use without a fail
ure. For sale by all druggists.
Small Sam For Mrs. Richardson.
The jury in the case of Mrs. Tennie
Richardson, plaintiff in a $5,000 dam
age suit against Henry Bona, saloon
keeper, has returned a verdict for $99
in favor of the plaintiff. This is one
of the most peculiar sums at which
damage has ever been assessed. Just
why it should be an uneven figure like
ninety-nine is an unexplained ques
tion. The allegation on which Mrs. Rich
ardson based her suit was that the de
fendant sold liquor to her husband.
Sherman Richardson, after the latter
had become an habitual drunkard.
Farm For Sale Cheap.
One hundred and sixty acres adjoin
ing Wabash, JNeb. ivach eighty has
good house, barn, windmill, abundance
of water and bearing orchard. Will
take $2,000 down, rest on time to suit
purchaser. Charles Notes,
Gaining a Wide Reputation.
As a cure for rheumatism Chamber
lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide
reputation. D. B. Johnston of Rich
mond, Ind., has been troubled with
that ailment since 1862' In speaking
of it he says: "I never found any
thing hat would relieve me until I
used Chamberlain's P.iin Balm. It
acts like magic with me. My foot was
swollen and pained me very much, but
one good application of Pain Balm re
lieved me." For sale by all druggists.
Kept on hand at Egenberger &
Troop's feed store. Charcoal is the
bulk of all hog cholera remedies,
which sell at ten times tho price of
FILE YOUR WANTS.
(Special notices under this head will be charged
for at the rate of one-half (H) cent per word
for each insertion.)
the station agent, who happened to bealo use tbe hall
standing on the platform at the time.
Tbe jar thus received caused the
brakeman to lose his foothold, with
the result already stated.
ROCK BLUFFS ITEMS.
Mrs. W. W. Graves has moved back
from Hillsdale, I., to the old home
David Allen came up from Nebraska
City last Wednesday. It is said he is
looking for a location.
Mr. Mattock and wife has been in
Omaha for about a week, at the bedside
Wanted Several persons for dis- o: niB motner, who is said to oe very
trict office managers In this state to I eiclc and not expected to recover.
represent me in their own and sur-1 John Churchill has sold his black
rounding counties. Willing to pay I smith shop building to Ben McCullock,
yearly $600, payable weekly. Desira-1 and be has moved to Murray. So that
ble employment with unusual oppor-1 Rock Bluffs Is again without a black-
tunitles. References exchanged. En-(smith
Wanted I would like to buy a good
second-hand incubator, 200 -egg size;
one that has not been used more than
one season and is in good order. Give
name of incubator and price wanted.
R. C. Lyle, Nehawka, Neb.
close self-addressed stamped envelope.
S. A. Park, 320 Caxton Building, Chi
cago. J. M. Palmer of Nehawka was a
Plattsmouth visitor today.
Frank Churchill has sold his resi
dence, mule team and corn crop to J.
A. Mattock of Hot Springs, S. D., and
Frank says that he Is going to Bickel
an Ohio Merchant Cured of
My Eon 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 he was cured. I give
this testimonial, hoping some one
similarly afflicte i may read it and be
benefitted. Thomas C. Bower. Glen
coe, O. For sale by all druggists.
Wanted Several persons for dis
irictomce managers in this state to
represent me in their own and sur
rounding counties. Willing to pay
yearly $000, payable weekly. Desira
ble employment with unusual oppor
tunities. References exchanged. En
close eelf-addresaed stamped envelope.
S. A. Park, 320 Caxton Building, Chi
For Sale I offer for Bale my prop
erty on North Sixth street, consisting
of two acres, oil in fruit; two houses
and a barn, in good condition. G. II.
COR SALE Four male Dies, seven
F Fedieree can be furnished. For further infor
mation inquire of A. L. Todd, superintendent of
Notice of Sale.
In the District Court of Cass County. Nebraska
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Frederick
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of Basil S. Ramsey, judge of the district
court of the Second Judicial district of the state
ot Nebraska, in and lor Cass county, made on
the 14th day of November. A. O. 1 WW. for the sale
of the real estate hereinafter described, there
will be sold at the south door of the court house
at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, on the 19th day of
December. A. D. 199. at 2 o'clock v. m. of said
day, at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described real estate, to-wit:
Lots one hundred tortv (14U). one hundred
twenty-three V2'S. one hundred twenty-four Vt.
two hundred thirty-three ('33). three hundred
twenty-one (321). three hundred twenty-two y'J-2).
three hundred twenty-three (323), four hundred
twenty (420, four hundred twenty-one (421), six
hundred nine (60!, six hundred eight (608), six
hundred seven 60T). six hundred eighty-one ttiMl),
six hundred eighty 6-0. six hundred seventy-
nine iB79). hve hundred hftv-hve (555). two hun
dred forty-eight (48), five hundred forty-five (54 j),
one hundred twenty-five (li1). one hundred
eighty-eight (188), one hundred eighty-nine
(1KM), tnreee hundred lony-eigm to;, tnree
hundred forty-nine (349). three hundred fifty 350).
six hundred thirty-five (ft.'J5), six hundred thirty
six 636i, six hundred eighty-nine (689), six hun
dred ninety-seven (697), seven hundred twenty
four (724, seven hundred twenty-five i7i), seven
hundred twenty-six 736, seven hundred thirty
five 735, seven hundred forty-four 744, all in
the village of Louisville. Cass county. Nebraska,
paid sale will remain open one hour
Dated this 20th day of November, A. D. 1899.
Iohn D. Ferguson.
Administrator of the estate of Jacob Frederick
Byron Clark and C. A. Rawls, Attorneys for the
First publication Nov. 21.
Notice to Creditors.
Stath of Nebraska , rt r.n,,rt.
Countv of Cass. 1
In the matter of the estate of Sarah M. Wins
Notice ia hrrebv given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
Qtat hpfnre me. Countv lnd?e of Cass countv
Nebraska, at the county court room in riatis
mouth. in said county, on the 6th day of July, A.
li. 19uO, at o'clock a. m.. lor tne purpose oi
nresentinir their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance. Six months are allowed
for the creditors ot said deceased to present
their c aims, from the 6th day ot January, lww
Witness mv hand and seal ot said county court
at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 9th day of De
UiBORGB 01. OrURLULRt
(Seal) County Judge
First publication December 12. 1899.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that on the 29th day of
December, 1899, an application will be made to
the Honorable W. A. Povnter, governor of the
state of Nebraska, for the pardon of Nelson
Gillespie, who was convicted of tbe offense of
burelarv. in the district court of the Second iu
dicial district of Nebraska, for the county of
Cass, in the May term ot said court, A. 1.. 18V6.
Said aDDlication will be made by Henry L
McEldon. in whose employ said Nelson Gillespie
nas peen since the zza day oi juiy. iow, unaer a
arole from the governor of the state of Ne-raska.
A Word From Santa Claus.
Just call at Fanger's Department Store,
And see 1113' stock of toys galore.
I'll be in town for a week or two,
Just call and give me an interview,
I'm just as bus3T as I can be,
fc Getting- ready for Xtnas you see,
I have headquarters at the Department Store,
With two or three carloads (?) of toys, or more.
t You can find what you want
t And the prices will suit.
E I have horns that will blow,
And guns that will shoot.
Drums, whistles and dollies,
And everything- nice,
We can fill your order :
In less than a trice.
Don't forget where I'm stopping :
At the Cash Department Store.
Just follow the crowd and
You will reach the door. :
Old Santa Claus.
10 ccntJ and 25 cents, at all iroj it are.
QUALITYmd FLAVOR UMSUEPSSBL
RSI EaIUIL CSJJQQSS I QUUQM& '
That is what you can depend upon at our
shop. And that is only one of the many
good points. We have a large assortment of
foreign and domestic goods from which to
make selections and every suit or garment
we turn out is guaranteed to be satisfactory.
The Only Union Tailor Shop
in Cass County...
Members of labor organizations are invited
to call at our shop, where they can get the
. union label placed on their garments, and
where they can get the best for their monej'.
UiidLecelc & McElroy,
Eockwood Block Main St.
I desire to state that I have a well-selected
stock of Watches, Gold Jewelry, Silver
ware and Novelties, which will make suit
able. . . .
Prices will be AWAY DOWN and we
mean to sell the goods if prices will do it.
Every article guaranteed just as repre
sented. A Beautiful Medallion given Free with every
purchase of $5 or over.
B. A. McELWAIN,
The Leading and Oldest Jeweler.
I. Pearl man desires to call
attention to the trade that he
has the largest stock of stoves
and furniture ever shown in
Plattsmouth and that he can
not be undersold by any dealer
in the great state of Nebraska.
Ifc made his purchases before
the recent great advance in
prices, and is giving his cus
tomers the benefit of that fact.
These are facts which you
cannot afford to overlook when
in need of anythingjn his line.
If 3'ou are wise 3ou will take
a close look through his store
rooms before bu3'ing.
Opposite the court bouse,
of buying any Felt,
Leather or Plush
for Xmas? If you
are, drop in and in
spect our line, as they
cannot be beat.
Our Douglas $3 Shoe for
men and Composit
Shoe for women are
the best on earth.
North Sid. Main Straat.
THE PERKINS HOUSE
F. R. GUTHMANN. Prop. .
Rates SI and SI.5Q psr Dau
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEB
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
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, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
SickHeadache, Gastralgi a, Cramps, and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DWitt A Co, Chicago.
P. G. FRICKE Si CO.
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