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similating the food and Reg ula -tirg
tlx StonacLs and Dowels of
Opium:? !o pliine nor Mineral.
MxJmtn ClmnKU Jufmr .
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tion. Sour Stomach.Diairhoca.
Worms .Convulsions .Feveri sh
acss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tic Simile Signature of
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exact copy or wbafpeb.
Lawyer vs. Lawyer
There have been several lively tilts
in court the past week between At
torneys Gillilland and Gering, regard
ing the fee the former was to receive
in the Brantner damage case. A spe
cial session was held Friday night and
again last night.
Attorney Gillilland conterds that
Gering has not only acted unfair with
him in the matter, but suggests that
he should be disbarred from practicing
in Mills county courts. Gering, of
course, retorts with various discourte
Judge Green has the matter under
advisement. There appears to be some
technical complications in the matter.
One question is, whether Gillilland was
employed by Gering or by Barntner.
His original contract with Gering was
for $200 for assisting in the case.
When the Brantner case was taken to
the supreme court, Mr. Gillilland claims
aditional pay for service rendered.
Glen wood Tribune.
The modern life is very injurious to
the nervous system, because it over
burdens the same with work. From
one excitements we are often thrown
into another; the cares and worries of
business and home, the private- and
public duties, the whirl of society-life-all
this keeps our nerves- in constant
excitment. It is no wonder then to see
comparatively young people having all
marks of shattered nerves; they are
always tired and unable to stand any
work; their faces have a worn out ex
pression; their ej'es lost their lustre
their skin is yellowish or muddy. They
drag their body through life, without
having any enjoyment. A speedy help
can save them, and that is Triner's
American Elixir of Bitter Wine. It
stimulates the digestive organs to
accept food and with it nervous streng
th, because food is convered in the
human body into blood and pure, heal
thy blood means strength of muscles
and nerve. In nervous prostration no
thing is worse than remedies which
deaden the nerves. Triner's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine strengthen them.
Take it in all cases of loss of appetite
and of nervous strength. At drug
stores. Jos Triner, 616-622 So. Ashland
Ave., Chicago, I1L
Have Spent Winter in Ohio.
A. Batterson and daughter, Kate,
came in this morning from Ohio, where
they have been visiting with friends and
relatives during the winter, and de
parted for Louisville and Manley, where
they will visit at the home of John
Couth. Mrs. Routh being a daughter of
Mr. Batterson. Mr. Batterson formerly
lived in this county, but some years
ago removed to Antelope county, this
state, where he has since made his
home. They will visit with friends and
relatives in the county for a short time
before returning to their home in the
Will Repair Wetencamp Block.
J. T. O'Brian, the painter and paper
hanger, has been given the contract for
painting both outside and in the old
Wetencamp Block, now owned by the
Paine Investment Co., of Omaha. Mr.
O'Brian will also paper the entire build
ing and place it in first-class condition.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Tmc ckwtauii MiNin, Mtw Tea cmr.
AN KILLED AT
An Italian and a Stranger in
In speaking of the man killed at
Pacific Junction yesterday (Tuesday)
morning, the Glenwood Tribune says:
An Italian laborer was killed at Paci
fic Junction this morning. No one
appearently witnessed the affair.
The lifeless body was found near the
K. C, track at the north edge of town
about 10:30 o'clock.
It is surmised that he was stealing a
ride on either passenger trains No. 11
or No. 4, and was possibly riding on the
pilot of the engine. The head of the
unfortunate man was completely sever
ed from the body. The body was found
lying nearly 15 feet from the rails on
the west side of the track. One arm
was considerably bruised. There were
no other bruises on the body.
The man was about 40 years old.
He was dressed in the clothes of a
working man. He appears to be a
stranger to all that have thus far view
ed the dody.
Justice F. G. Day of Glenwood has
been delegated to hold an inquest by
Cornoner Craig. This is being done
Chronic Constipation Cured
One who suffers from chronic consti
pation L in danger of many serious ail
ments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation as it aids di
gestion and stimulates the liver and
bowels, restoring the natural action of
these organs. Commence taking it to
day and you will feel better at once.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant
to take. Refuse substitutes. For sale
by F. G. Fricke & Co.
The Ladies Missionary Society of the
U. P. church of Murray will give a
Valentine social in the Mariner's and
Loughridge hall on the evening of Feb.
14. Entertainment will be furnished
and refreshments will be served.
The Jar of
Hammer blows, steadily ap
plied, break the hardest rock.
Coughing, day after day, jars
and tears the throat and lungs
until the healthy tissues give
way. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
stops the coughing, and heals
the torn membranes.
The best kind of testimonial
"Sold lor crcr sixty years."
Had by J. O. Ayr Co.. towll. Vaa.
We fceve bo erats ! We pabliafc
the ftormimlee of ell our medialaea.'
miUiiAsiAsiA AiitinatiAfi nitftrfl rm
covery. Cur tries with Avar's Pills
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DAILY PERSONAL NEWS
Short Items of Interest,From Mon
day Evening's Daily Journal
Chris Gauer of Cedar Creek, was a
j visitor in the city this morning.
Philip Rhin departed this morning
for Omaha, wnere he is attending
Byron Reed returned home this morn
ing from a visit with friend and relatives
Little Roy O'Neal is reported as
being much better, and is progressing
nicely at present.
Wm. Henricksen was a visitor in
Omaha with friends yesterday, return
ing home last evening.
Miss Mable Trussler was a visitor
with friends in Omaha yesterday, re
turning home on the late train.
Adolph Wesch. the shoemaker, was
a visitor with friends in Omaha yester
day, returning home last evening.
Wm. Hopkins and wife from near
Weeping Water are visiting in the city
with friends and relatives for a few
Dr. E. C. Kennedy of Omaha came
in last evening and visited with his
mother over night,-returning home this
Miss Alta Parker was a passenger to
Glenwood last evening, after having
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Soren Anderson was a visitor in Om
aha, where he was called on some busi
ness matters which he has in hand.
Ed. Schuloff was a visitor over Sun
day in the city with his mother, return
ingto his work at Glenwood this morn
ing. D. L. Adams was a visitor in Omaha
this morning, where he is looking af
ter some business matters for the
E. D. Hamilton after a visit of a
few days with S. W. Soper and wife,
departed for his home in Omaha thi3
J. N. Jordan is reported as much im
proved and is able to sit up some, and
hoped to be able to get around in a
Wm. Hunter and wife were passen
ger to Omaha this morning, where
they will visit for the day and looking
after some business.
Miss Cora Raker of Gretna was a
visitor at the home of county clerk and
Mrs. W. E. Rosencrans over Sunday,
returning home yesterday.
W. B. Coffin formerly of Bellevue
departed this morning from this place
with an emmigrant car for his future
home at Island Park, Iowa.
Mrs. Geo. M. Porter and sister-in-law,
Miss Ada Porter, were visitors in
Omaha this morning with friends,
where they will spend the day.
Engineer J. E. Emery came in last
evening and joined his wife and daugh
ter who are visiting with relatives and
friends in the city and at Mynard.
Frank McElroy was a visitor in Om
aha yesterday with his daughter, Flor
ence, who has been attending school at
that place, returning home last even
ing. After staying in the city over Sun
day, the guests of their parents, Rruce
Rosencrans returned to his studies at
Boyles business college at Omaha this
J. H. Cook came in this morning
from his borne at Julian, this state,
where he has been spending Sunday
with his family.
Miss Mary E. Foster departed for
her home at Union yesterday morning
and visited with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Foster over Sunday.
Mrs. Carrie O'Dell of St. Joseph,
Mo., came in last evening on the Mis
souri Pacific, and will visit with a
friend of hers at the county farm,
Chris Brauheaver of South Bend,
came in this morning and is looking
after business in the county seat, and
visiting with his daughter who is em
ployed at the Herger bakery.
Rev. J. E. Swanson carre in on the
late train Saturday evening and
preached at the Sweedish Mission
church yesterday and departed for his
home this morning by the way of Om
aha for Wahoo.
M. Fanger returned home last even
ing from Kansas City, where he has
been for a few days past, going there
for the purpose of securing two trim
mers for the millinery department of
his Department store.
Joseph Peters, an employe of the
Burlington coach shops, and living on
west Rock street has been having his
share of sickness at his home. He and
his good wife have been kept busy of
late with - their three children, who
have all been down . with the chicken
pox. At the present time they "are
about over the maladv. and thev "are
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Mrs. J. L. Root was a visitor in the
metropolis this morning.
Chas. Sands from near Rock Bluffs
was a business visitor in the city this
Paul Groetchel of Omaha was a vis
itor in the city yesterday, the guests
of his friends.
G. M. Porter was a passenger to
Lincoln this morning, where he takes
up his work again.
Oscar Gapin and wife were looking
after business in Omaha and visiting
with friends today.
Clayton Rosencrans was a brief vis
itor in Murray last evening, having a
special message to deliver.
John Peters and wife departed this
morning for Columbus, where they
will visit for a few days with friends.
Leave Laundry bundles at Van Horn
Co., Music Store South of Post Office.
H. H. Duke and F. Kauble local Agents.
Airs, ilaude Urd of Omaha was a
visitor in the city yesterday, a guest at
the home of her mother, Mrs. G. W.
Miss Marie Kaufman of Cedar Creek.
was a visitor in the county seat this
morning, looking after some business
HMrs. Dora Schall and daughter, Miss
Rose, after visiting in the city for
some time, departed this morning for
their home in Omaha.
D. B. Ebersole has just had a new
sign placed over the front of his shop,
which is a fine piece of work, and was
done by Nadi Schultz.
R. B. Windham departed for York
this morning, where he has some busi
ness matters which demands his at
tention today and tomorrow.
Mrs. Will Jean was a visitor in Om
aha this morning,, where she will be the
guest of friends and will look after
some business matters in the metro
Albert Fricke departed this morning
for Omaha, where he resumes his
studies in the Omaha Medical College,
which is the medical department of the
Mrs. Chas Creamer and Mrs. John
Yardley, of near Rock Bluffs, were
passengers to Omaha this morning,
where they will visit friends and look
after some business matters during the
Mrs. George Snyder and daughter,
Miss Anna, of near Mynard were pas
sengers to Omaha this morning, where
they will visit with friends and look
after some business matters duiing the
R. W. Walling and brother, G. L.
Walling, both of Greenwood, were in
the cit this morning, attending county
court, where an administrator is being
appointed for the estate of Talitha
Walling, late of that place.
John Kuhney is reported as much
better, and was so much improved that
he was able to get down town for a
short time yesterday. His many friends
will be well pleased to know of his mak
ing progress towards convelescence.
Vincint Messier, of Clearfield, Iowa,
departed this morning for his home,
after visiting in the city for some time
the guest at the home of his brother,
C. Messier, and sister, Mrs. Julius
Miss Effie Benedict departed this
morning for her home at Afton, Iowa,
after having visited in the city for
some time at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Miles Allen.
Lafe W. Nelson is crippled up quite
a good deal with an attack of rhematism
which is making him limp considerable
and is compelled the carrying of his
hand in a sling. We hope he may have
a speedy recovery.
Exchange yours tickets for the con
cert Thursday night for reserved seats.
They will be on sale at the usual place
Wednesday and Thursday. Regular
admission tickets can be secured at B.
A. McElwain's and Weidmanfs store's.
Mrs. Delia G. Cox, who has been
visiting in the city for some time de
parted this morning for her home at
Watson, Missouri, and was accom
panied by her daughter, Mrs. Bertie C.
Dalzell, who will visit for a few days.
J. W. Sage is having a good barn
built on his lots in the rear of hi3 resi
dence, which will be capable of holding
some sixteen horses, which he will buy
and sell. T. J. Isner .and Hershael
Petty are doing the carpenter work.
Mrs. James Huey of New York,
came up from Union this morning,
where she has been visiting for some
time with relatives. She guest at the
home of George Sexton and John Free
man and families, - and departed for
Monmouth, Illinois, where she will visit
for a while before returning to her
home in the east.
Mrs. A. L. Baker of Murray, was a
visitor in the city thi3 afternoon.
Joseph Fetzer was looking after some
business in Omaha this afternoon.
Iiae Patterson and wife were visitors
with'friends in Omaha this afternoon.
F. .11. Schlatcr of Murdock was a
business visitor in the city this morn
li. I!. Danehr, of Murray, was a visi
tor in the city this morning looking af
ter some business.
G. E Nickel and Miss Etta Nickel,
his sister, were visitors v ith friends in
Omaha this afternoon.
Mrs. L. C. Paine departed for Omaha
this morning, where she will visit for a
short time with friends.
W. E. Hand was today appointed as
adminisistrator in the estate of Mrs.
Talitha Walling, deceased, formerly of
A. D. Welton, cashier of the bank of
Greenwood, was a visitor in the city
this morning, having business at the
S. O. Cole and son, E. V. Cole, were
passengers to Omaha and Council
Bluffs this morning, where they are
looking after some business.
You will miss something good if you
fail to see the basket ball game and
turning exhibition at Coates hall Feb
ruary 22nd next Saturday. Only 25
C. A. Harvey and wife and Mrs.
George Goodman, came in this morning
from Omaha, where they have been
attending the funeral of a brother-in-law
of Mr. Harvey, by the name of Mr.
Misses Jean Morrisy, Helen Klein and
Hestor Gilmoar returned yestesday
from their trip to Nebraska City where
they attended the basket ball game
last Friday, and where they have been
Mrs. Philip Andres, after visiting in
the city for some time, a guest with
her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Wurl, Emil
and the little girl for a few days de
parted for her home in Omaha this
afternoon on the fast mail.
Attorney H. H. Wilson of Lincoln,
was a visitor in the city this morning,
appearing in the case of the appoint
ment of an administrator, of Talitha
Walling for J. C. Walling of Palmyra,
who was also a visitor in the city.
J. F. Vallery and wife, of Denver,
general passenger agent of the Burling
ton at that place, who were visitors with
the former's mother, Mrs. Jacob Val
lery jr., in Plattsmouth, departed for
Omaha this morning where they will
visit during the day. They were ac
companied by Mr. Vallery's sister, Mrs.
W. J. Streight.
Had a Pleasant Birthday Party.
Saturday being the 7th birthday of
little Janette Weber, she entertained
a number of her little friends at a re
ception at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Weber. Many games
were played, among which was the
famous peanut hunt in which Marie Spies
and Jennette Fanger were the winers.
The next to follow was the Teddy Bear
game, in which John Egenberger was
the winner of the king prize, and Marie
Fanger captured the boby prize. Each
guest was presented with a beautiful
small heart valentine. In departing all
wished the little Miss a number of such
beautiful parties, and that her life
might be marked every year by the re
currance of the gathering of her friends
to make merry with her. Those invited
were, Theodosia Kroehler, Anneta and
Marie Fanger, Marie Spies, Helen Egen
berger, Marie Saffer, Florence and Mary
Egenberger Janette and Elizabeth
Bajeck, and Masters John and Charles
The Jumping Off Place
"Consumption had , me in its grasp,
and I had almost reached the jumping
off place, when I was advised to try
Dr. King's New Discovery and I want
to say right now, it saved my life. Im
provement began with the Jfirst bottle
and after taking one dozen bottles I
was a well and happy man again,"
says George Moore of Grimesland, N.
C. As a remedy for coughs and colds
and a healer of weak, sore lungs and
for preventing pneumonia is supreme.
50c and $1 at F. G. Fricke & Co's.
Trial bottles free.
Mrs. Frank Duxbury Improving.
Frank Duxbury returned home last
evening from a two day stay at the
metropolis where he went to see his
wife, who is still in the hospital at that
place, where she is receiving treatment,
and where she underwent an operation
some weeks since. For some time she
did not show much improvement, but of
late her condition is assuming more
satisfactory symptoms, and she is im
proving more rapidly.
Mrs. E. D. Charles of Harbor, Me.,
speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It
if a neighborhood favorite here with
us." It deserves to be a favorite ev
erywhere. It gives quick relief in dys
pepsia, liver complaint, kidney derange
ment, malnutrition, nervousness, weak
ness and general debility. Its action on
the blood as a thorough purifier makes
it especially useful as a spring medecine.
This grond alterative tonic is sold under
rantee by F. C. Fricke &Co
Were Drunk and Disorderly.
Yesterday at Ixiuisville, four of the
citizens of the burg became imbroiled in
a quarrel, induced by too much fire
water, and got to fighting. They were
brought Lefore Judge Wood at that
place, and after having a hearing were
each fitted out with a brand new fine
arid costs, which none hud the where
with to pay, it having all gone for
something to drink. In default of the
payment of the fine, they were sen
tenced to the county jail, and thi.s morn
ing, Constuble May field came down
with them and turned George Davis,
Ed. Schlater, Ed. McNealy and Fred
Schlatcr over to Sheriff Quinton, who
was awaiting at the Burlington station
for them. They are now boarding out
their fines at the Hotel Manspeakcr.
Cure baby's croup, Willie's daily cuts
and bruises, mama's sore throat, grand
ma's lameness-Dr. Thomas Eclectric
Oil the great household remedy
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
is here offered to the sick and suffering
of our community. Read carefully, re
flect thoroughly and act accordingly.
from the Cleveland Institute of Medi
cine and Surgery, legally chartered and
incorporated, Cleveland, Ohio, will pay
their first visit to Plattmouth, Nebras
ka, and will be at the Hotel Riley,
Thursday, February 20.
Tell your sick friends.
One Day Only
9 A. AX. to 7:30 P. AX.
Thi3 Institute in order to introduce
their new Medical Discoveries and X
Radium System, send. at its own ex
pense these eminent specialists to giv
to those who call cn the above date,
consultation, examination, advice am?
all medicine required to complete a
cure, nbsolutly free.
These specialists wi!l diagnosa your
case and give you the Leneiit of their
.ncdical knowledge. Their is no ex
perimenting or gusr. vork. You will
oe toll whether you can be cured or
net. If your c&c is curable, they
treat you; if incurable they will give
you such advico as may prolong your
TlicI:- tr2atment give3 qulc!c relief
and positively cure3. Being prepared
to suit each individual case the human
system is thoroughly cleansed of the
disease iu a natural and direct manner
and improvement ia noticed at once;
even the worst case3 are treated witn
out any inconvenience to the patient
or the pursuing of hi3 daily vocation.
If you are improving under your fami
ly ph3-sician do not come and take up
their valuable time. They wish to give
each one plenty of time, but cannot
Usten to Ions' stories not pertaining to
your case. -. -
They have discarded the old reme
dies used for ajes by the medical
world and which it would oe folly to
depend upon any longer for they do
not cure, as thousands die depending
on them for relief.
The fact that these Specialists have
discovered entirely new treatments
and natural cures, gives them control
of the Nervous Sj-stem, Heart, Stom
ach, Lungs, Kidneys, Catarrh, Con
sumption, Epilepsy, Deafness, Mile
and Female Weaknesses, Cancers,
Tumors, Piles and other Chronic Dis
eases. ' They treat deafness by an entirely
new method and hearing in many cases
is restored at once. Catarrh in all its
varied forms cured so it will never re
turn. If you have weak lungs or con
sumption do not fail to be examined.
All cases treated can an will be
cored, no difference who you nave seen
or treated with heretofore. Thousand
who have given up all hope of being
cured, now have an opportunity to con
sult specialists of reputation.
Dont fail to call as a visit costs joes
nothing and may save your life.
If you suspect kidney trouble, bring
a two ounce bottle of your urine for
chemical and microscopical analy.
REMEMBER: The free offe. is
during this visit only and will not be
given again. Persons commencing
any treatment after this trip will be
required to pay, but not one cent will
be asked of those commencing treat
tnent during this visit for any medicine
necessary to eUect a cure; also a posi
tive guarantee to cure will be given to
patients accepted under their system
Of treatment. ) Those having long
standing and complicated diseases,
who have failed to get cured and be
come discouraged, are especially invi
ted to call as thousands who have
given up all hopes can testify to per
manent cures obtained.
NOTICE : Married Ladles without
their Husbands and Minors without
their Fathers, mill positively not be
admitted to consultation.'
Office Hoars: 9 A. M. to 7:30 P. VL
Don't Forget tfcs tto
Thursday, February 20, One Day Only.
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