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Special Clearance Sale
At 60 Cents
Men's all wool Cheviot Suits
" Blue Cheviot Suits
" Fancy Cassimere Suits
. ran.. Wnrntnd Suits
M- MUX. J -.-
Over ioo Styles to select from in Sacks and Frocks.
Boys' Long Pant Suits, $5, $6 and $7.
BOYS' SHORT PANT SUITS:
Fancy Cheviot all wool Suits
n raaaimara all Wftrtl Sllitd
. rViowint all wool Suits
tl nooaimarn nil Wftnl Suits
V&JJa.aWaY W Ma " w
Boys' Short Pants,
Boys' Straw Hats,
WE MAKE ALL OUR
NO SHODDY OR TRASH
AT ANY PRICE.
N. E. Cor. 15th and Douglas Sts.
n ;nonfni i. ha hniiHintr
ners for cheap clothing houses who accost you on the street. Come straight to
the Continental, we hire no runners. Cut ths ad out and bring it with you.
Red Oxfords, worth $1.50, now $ .75.
Tan Oxfords, " 1.50, " 1.00.
Black Oxfords, " 1.25, " .75. 0
Black Oxfords, " 1.50, " 1.00.
: : Dressing for Tan Shoes. : :
Mlensfimgeir & ILlliimmaimnn
LEADING IMPLEMENT DEALERS
liaiidlc All the Leading
Such as the Celebrated
"Badger" and "Spalding" Riding Cultivators,
WAGONS, BUGGIES, SEWING MACHINES, SAFES,
PUMPS and WIND-MILLS.
Come and examine our immense assortment at our warehouse. A
Feed Barn for farmers is kept in connection with the establisment.
Charges Ten Cents per Team.
CORNER SIXTH AND PEARL STREETS, PLATTSMOUTH.
Millinery and Hair Goods
All tne UtMt Noveltiea. We Receive
NW Good Dally. The Only Children' Milli
nery Departinent ta Omaha.
II l in P nnn-3 Out Hair Ooods Department
Unlit UUUUu always ha the iaiot and mos p
Mrs. R. H. DAVIES
1520 Douglas St., OMAHA.
on the Dollar.
t 5 OO worth tlO OO
6 75 11 OO
8 50 12 OO
9 OO 13 50
It OO 15 OO
$195 worth S3 OO
2 OO 3 50
2 25 4t 3 50
2 75 t 4 OO
25c, 38c and 50c.
15c, 30c and 25c.
This is a bona fide Cash
Clearance Sale, at which you
can buy honest Clothing at 60
cents on the dollar.
trith tower and clock. Be ware of run
W& Silverware, &c
ZZSi iFlne Watch Reoalrlng
JOS. P. FRENZER
.:.r; .-.- Opposite Poet Office i
i-ii-:'i ' '-:r;r"i P1 rii'i
rv.;: :.:: :: Ix1' ?'-'f'lii'-, X'-?:''
v' - S- a ;- a. e:.--:: e -
Httudttche, Brain Kxhauationv HltwulensitHtM.
Lapecial or general Neuralgia; aJeo for Kheu-
nuinuu ia kuibiitb nKoui lur ncrvuui us
and other ezcowiea. i"rioa, UK 2Eiaad60ctuta.
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
IB! 8. Western Avenue, CHICAS0.
AROUND THK COOKT ROOMS.
August Doll vs. Chas. F. L. Grothe
et al., is the title or a case men id qis
tnct court .Friday atternoon.
Alltprr. Wei ton vs
Sam 11 i Atkinson nd H. A. CiibSOUVS.
Charles Fhilpot have been appealed to
toe district court, xne cases bib ic
centlv tried in county court.
May A. Corbett vs. administrator ot
the estate of Frank 11. Corbett, de
ceased, is the title ot a new case tiled
in tha iliatrict. Herk'il office MondaV. It
is an application for license to sell real
Mr M. T)it7. ajiii Miss Mairtrie Baa
tian imr.ti tmm the vicinitv ot Jliu-
wood, were granted a permit to commit
matrimony uy juuge uaiuaey oami
pfition fnr the admission to pro
bate of the will of the late George
Frank and for the appointment 01
Pater .1. Hunsen and Mrs. Frank as
executor and excutiix for the esta e,
was tiled with County J wage lvauisey
Tuesday. The estate is worth in the
neighborhood 01 ,ouu.
JUSTICE ARCHER'S COURT.
A complaint has been filed against
Mtnd" Green, the vounz man who at-
temmed to stab Rev. L. C. i'arker at
Greenwood on Friday of last week
Vnnnu Croon i a SOU of John S
Green and on Tuesday father and
son came to Flattsmouth and appeared
before Judge Archer in answer to the
chanre. The case will ue tnea on
ThtaAraH nf the State vs. Bert
Hv wer dismissed in Judge Archer's
pnnrt on Saturday afternoon. After
listening to the evidence on the charge
of malicious destruction of property
which offense consisted of killing a dog
belonging to Wm. Coffman the judge
riiamUaoii thn case, and the county at-
il th charire of carrying
j : -
concealed weapons to be aismisaeu.
COURT ROOM NOTES.
Sheriff Eikenbary took the three
patients recently adjudged insane to
the .Lincoln asylum yesterday. Clerk of
Court Dearing and O. M. Streight went
along to assist the snerin in transport
J. R. Sheeley of Lincoln, the county
hnior pnntraotor. came down yester
day morning and filed his bill with the
county commissioners for the bridges
he has constructed since aiarcu ist
The bill amounts to 81,134.
The county commissioners convened
at th fmirr. hniisn on Tuesday in reg
ular monthly session. Aside from the
consideration or claims, tue aipuiui--
mont nf Davirl MoCai? a3 TUStice of
ti.u nsa fnr Kimwood nrecinct, was
the only matter acted upon by the
Our paints and wall paper are be
yond comparison. Gerino A: Co.
The May Mortgage Record.
Cass county's mortgage record for
May sneaks volumes for the general
welfare and prosperity of its citizens
it. shows that while her people go in
debt, they have the money to redeem
is the record as compiled at the court
house today: rarm property uiru.
:tt.1.V.fi1: released. 840.;iiy. 71. lown
nrnnprtv file.1 11.519.91: satisfied
S22.o41.U2. Chattel mortgages filed.
lo,S42.4S; Satisfied, I7,y.u4. . ue
crease in the mortgage debt in one
month nf nvr .IMHI SHOWS Iliat ass
county people are making money.
despite the senseless howl aooui ue
pression, hard times, etc. A general
handshake is in order.
Dr. Marshall Teeth on rubber
vour IruKS Rt Brown's Pharnacy.
your Patent Medicines at Brown's.
your Toilet Articles at Brown's.
your Hair Brushes at Brown's,
your Clothes Brushes at Brown's.
your Tooth Brushes at Brown's.
our Wall Paper at Brown's.
vour Paints and Oils at Brown's.
510 MAIN STREET
Trinniifi werft notified bv the an
thnririPQ at I.OlliaVille MOIldHV tO
look out for two men who were coming
down the Platte river in a boat, who
were suspected ot Demg tue parties
who burglarized Pankonin's hardware
store on sunaay morning. iue
mar, onH linar nut in at this Dort late
yesterday afternoon and were promptly
overhauled, but none of the stolen
property was found aboard tneir cratt.
Thaw wprp nnt nlaced under arrest.
but gave their boat away to a pair of
boys and returned to a-iouisvuih ui nnu
out if the authorities wanted them.
Dr. Marshall "Perfect fit" plates.
Hnnd vi-in r c.iHnline burn well V If it
don't, try Gering & Co., for the next
The state supreme court was in ses
sion at. I.incnln Tuesdav and handed
down the usual grist of decisions, but
the Filbert habeas corpus case, in
which all Cass county seems interested,
was not on the list. The court will
sit for several days further, and in the
meantime the people hereabouts will
earnestly hope that some action will
be taken in the matter.
Don't pay big prices to traveling
opticians for a pair of spectacles, but
try Gering & Co.
The little four-year-old daughter of
Hsnrir Kifil nf A VOCa. this COUntV .
strayed away from home recently, and
twenty men were soon scouring the
llmhcr unnlhaoet nf that tOWD for her.
She was tracked to the county line,
twnmilua snnMi tlmnfR east four milea.
and had then turned north until she
came to the creek, where she was
found at ten o clock, fast asleep in the
WvTifti-liHl men. waees. iroud
nealth to try Gering's German Liver
h advices from Osrallala are
to the effect that the south fork of the
I'latto rivpr is so hitrh that the water
lias spread out over a halt mile on both
banks. The uoou came xuesuay,
while a day previous the river bed was
completely dry. In that event the
"bier muddy" will soon make things
fairly 1mm when 111 us present
"bender" it is fed by a tlood from the
Platte'!1 mouth just above town
All Hitec.tacles sold suuiect to a
wupk's trial, and if not satisfactory
I can be returned it leering x,
Dr. Marshall Gold and porcelain
Prnm the residence of Aaron Loder
in .Salt Creek precinct, (-ass county,
Nebraska, April l, iy, one oars uay
mare, five years old, no white, ihin in
tlesh, weighs 5H)U pounds, had head
nn hnv mare, five years oiu, weighs
about 1, 000 pounds, strip of white in
ff white on left fore foot, caused by
barbed wire cut, teavy with foal.
Also one small yearling bay mare
colt, no white.
J. (J. AIKENItAKY,
Sheriff of Cass county.
Plattsinouth.Neb., May 31, 1891.
Wall paper of all kinds and styles
at Gering cc Co s.
Farmers from the central and south
ern narts ot trie county wuo ei e in
inu ii Tiipsdav renort that enough rain
fell Monday night to liven up growing
crops to quite an extent. Corn in
nrt imil.irs looks good and eveu if
small trrain proves a tailure. me pros-
nppta tor a ood vieid or tne yeuow
cereal makes the farmer feel jubilant
Gerino & Co. guarantee a fit in
spectacles or no sale at, tha very lowest 1
v (i Frinke.fer;o..druffffists. recom
mend Johnson's Oriental Soap for all
skin and scalp diseases, iryit.
One dollar buvs a splendid pair of
spectacles at Gering & Co's. and they
guarantee a perfect fit.
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Whan she bad Children, she gava thin Castoria.
The Singer Man'f'g Go.
54: First Awards,
iiit,,t tiiu lun-i.t nnmt.pr of awards obtained
i... .nr ovhiiiimr ml tmrt thsn double the
number received by all other sewniK Machine
companies. Awards receive.! on ine iouo hik.
Family Sewinir Machines. V. S. No. 2,
l V i' U un.1 Tliri'H.l A titotliHtiC
Cabinets. Art Kinbroblerie". Lcf. l ur
tains. I i-holMery. Artistlr r urnisninN
SewiiiK hii.I Embroiilery. 'i'npcs'ry Ma
lKi)4 vnrilH. i-oerni IiiMtiiiues
t..r inaiiufaciiire in every line where a
Sewing .Machine can te nseilou o"i.
,',,n.,n .iiL- cluth. Knit ;ools.
I uuil.r .,.. for Clriiamelitul StilchiliK.
Button holes. Eyelets, Hurrint;, iver-
eamiug, Staying, etc
The Singer M'fg Co
'All Over the World
lirancb Ortire I.lnvuln Net,.
Can't Pull Out?
Bow on the Jas. Boss Filled
"Watch Cases, made by the
Keystone Watch Case Com
pany, Philadelphia. It pro-
tects the Watch from the pick
pocket, and prevents it from
dropping. Can only be had
with cases stamped
with this trade mark.
Sold, without extra charge
for this bow (ring), through
Watch dealers only.
lU ! teh cut mr plltd In thotnln.
An apanar in "
r- rr m ys p.rt-tn.Pt.hr... J
y Iff 1 from wir u- T
.. ..I .;n...l.,.M I I .1
onm NiKlit Kmimionii. Weak Kritin or N-rv
Fucr curJ or ui'titcy rwtiirneJ ly ulnr
TurkUh Lowt Minli.H..I Cht.uI. $1 box,6Ior
toblluuil. Hnhn I'luiruiacy. OdjUh.
- - T 1. . .. k. T . w and Pt.fl.
KXtllfC 1 n...r f AlL
are to tux day. Krinsts montbliea reeular
without taia. $1 boi by mail. AKtinta wantad.
3012 araam St., Omaha. Nab.
Dr. Agnes Y. Swetland,
Special Rtteiitioa to OIttrlca, Diseabs of
Women and Woman's SurKery.
OffiCe : ,9"TeleaprDUe,lS.,5Ie, OlMua, Heb
Castoria is lr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Cliildren. It contains neither Opium, Morpnine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Irops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yt'.-w us by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
the Mother's Friend.
"Can tori a is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Amchsk, 31. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castorta U so universal and
its merit so weU known that it seems a work
of Fuporerogation to endorse it. l ew are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach.
Cajilos Maktyn, D. D,
New York City.
Wait for the
An Entire City by Itself Ten Times Larger Than Ever!
F. J. TAYLOR'S
America's Greatest Shows
-WILL EXHIBIT AT
Plattsmouth, Monday, June 11.
I v,:.M..ll..-i., in ..rri.i.nanionts iIIMiIh lit the AlueiiCilll .SLoVlIll?8 l'tXll
League tnia will be the only big show to
S lO.OOO That we give the best
40 Star Performers
A show to think and talk about. The mealed number ot lavorues ever as
sernbled under canvas. A ti'eat holiday of rest and recreation tor everyone.
We guarantee to all a most enjoyauie.
The mightiest and biggest brutes that
tribe. The largest elephant and camei
tie-scarred war elephant. . u,so,': .'
ever saw. Only lan-eareu eiepnaui m
in Iowa. A menagerie containing all
A GRAND DOUBLE CIRCUS,
Of two exalted circus companies. The
A Grand, Free
. i ,i.ci , t in. t h raiiisint. lustre of the noon
A street pageant oue mne luuy, ci luiv.ic . .0.H
day sun rejecting scenes more grand than king or conquerer ever beheld.
TnSuron mrtVin raass of wealth and splen-
lousupuii iuuj, ui x-i,i i,i.ri,t9 and warr ors. Ladies fair
onrraS hoieY OpeS 7 del sf w id and ferocious animals hungrily sur
veyinJ he rging crowds herd of camels and elephants, blooded horses
horn Asia, En ana and Kentucky. Comic clowns and mules liands of mu-
sic filling the air with meioay a signi
A Free Flight to the
WO i'erformances Daily, rain or
Performance commences one hour
ments mislead you. We never disappoint
I AI1IES DO YOU KNOW
DR. FELIX LE BRUN'S
STEEL BHD PEHHYROYHL PILLS
arr, the original and only FBENCH. eafe and re.
liable core on me marsou --
mail. Genuine sold only by
F. . Fricke & Co.. Drnsrcists.
SPEEDY and EASTING RESULTS
No Inconvenience. P'
can stay l
UIC. IMiltlVM w -
- .:..r.nc Kubstance
LAB9I ABD0WIU3 MOUCIO.
Va GUARANTEE a CURE orretuna toot moner.
Vvien U3 io rr bottle, bena tc. lor ireanis.
TMOKrMELlCAL COM Boston, Sl
I can pet I
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
tViur Stomach, iJiarrtKBa, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
gestion. Without injurious implication.
"For several years I have reoom mended
your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produuted beneficial
Knwcf F. Pakdes, M.
tSith Struct and 7th Ave,, New York City.
TlLB CXHTACB COMPANY, 77 MCBJLAT StEJEKT, NEW YORK CtTT
Big Shows !
visit this county this year.J
Circus peitormance in America.
5 Funny Clowns.
morai, it-uutru tuu wiv
breathe-the Uoliatbs of th e gi ant
in me wonu. oiP, -
L " r Z
canviij. ""-j Z";'
trie animais mat, aie .nu
Grandest ot Hippodrome specialties.
Clouds Each Day.
Doors open at 1 and 7 p. in.
Don't let other advertise-
Or E. C. West Ner ar.d Brain Trca.nont
Npoi.luiiil.TlMwiiivowritu-n .iiarautec, l.ynuttior--l.eil
a,' ul .ul.v, t. euro V.'cak Memory; f
hVhiiihiuI Kitvm hwer; It ManUoml; yui.-liiK.-.;
Muht Ijww; Kvil Urmiius; l-k nf Cnli.'.-noe;
K.rvnu-ai; J.niniilo; all lniliS 1xtm1 Vower
of thi' Oi ni'iulivi ir.:iiu- in ?idi"r ck, oau-il I
ovcr-t'xt rii'wi: VoutniHI Krrots, or 1 :xee v I
'Joliaorii, )).ium or l.!riu.r, wh'vli ("u ! ..'I t.'
ni,,,,,-; .',i!i-iii"!ti.'i, l::'m:ty ami Pt-n:!i. l:.v iiui.l,
ti n l..'n- ti i"' ": 'i'" r: i:- ir:i'.r.ni! c t
rWinill ......v. V Cl-.Y'SCOl.l.ll SVKl 1 ACClU.tu
cur. i 1"r r -'ah, l'.-!.ls A'thum, l.i .mi liiti-, 'ion)..
V iioopl-n' '.s'Jt-'". "'n' 'i'liri.rft. l'i.i;'!t J .tvKf.
k'hi-i'i -j .'."litii'ii.Hi: oiii. .sic. sii-j, tiowi;c.;ui.t
11 ,we, w- i-Hi. Ul'AUAK 1 this i-uod only i-r
F. Fricke &. o, druggists.
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