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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1S94.
IX IMU AKHl'M) I'll E TOWN.
Julius Peppfibur gave away h
uumber of mHoaojotli cigars on Christ
uias, as is bis custom.
ivi iiocKeiioeruer, n-" evtuiri
for Hull oi.iiy,has beMi acquitted af-
r-al on the charge ot eoibezz.ini
.n fuuiis. The evidence was not
Koj Iiiiit's conii ion shows coutin
uvl improvement and his physicians
h ive n..iii iopes for his ultimate re
covery. His return to health will
gladly welcomed by a host of friends.
X lit! pUUIIU etuu"ia uii'acu
tor a two week's vacation, and the
chil ren and teachers will be Riven an
opportunity to celebrate 'he holiday
se3--ii in accoidauce to their own
Snow was falling all over western
'Nebraska Thursday night and there
was plenty of it, too. Winter wheat
was adly in need of some of the beau
tiful, and farmers in that section are
consequently j .bilaut.
Manager Carl Morton, of the Atyo
starch works, presented each of his
mule employes with a nice turkey aud
the lady employes, some thirty in
number, each with a nice dress pattern
for Chris, tn.i. .Nebraska City News
We are somewhat surprised at the
c:iange of heart evidenced by the Glen-
wood papers. In limes of small pox
th-ycall our neighboring settlement
just across ttie river East riattsmouth
X w :he cail it l its proper name
Miss Mildred McGuwen, instructor
of penni tnship for tlie past threeyears
in tlie IMattsmoulh city schools, has
resigned lier position and after this
week will return to her home at Big
Uipi'J-, Michigan. .10 accept a mole
Tn tax agent f r the Mistouii ra
dio iailwa was looking over the
reconls in the county treasurer's office
Friday prepaiit g lor the payment of
the CiMmpaJiv's ?D4 personal taxes on
t&e urst 01 next t euruary . 1 ue amount
for tti eutire county is $12,87S.2J.
There in talk in B;triington circles 01
if .trranninn the 11 .in service so thai
the List mail ihat now reaches Lincoln
eiw eeno and G will arrive at4 o'clock.
'his is iu line with the move jusi
ide t the North western putting the
Sicago fast mail some two hours
earlier into Omaha. Lincoln Journal.
Clerk Vrijt of the iiovtrnor's otlice
had a relapse Fridav when lie went
to record a batch ot new convicts and
found t the return that John RoeUer.
ot X l.tnrH C'fMK.v, had been -entencrfu
to r-ighi-eii uiuiu lis in tht- penitentiary
f.r frjer . yet the iellow is- tinted as
brim u nabie to read or write. Lin
The annual fair of the Plattsmouth
Turnwtein closed Monday nielit at
t li-s cie: 's h ill on Washington ave
.w and ilieatiendance was tintipuall)
laurt The program consisted of a
turning exhibition, the grand drawing
and a social hop, and the Uitrry mak
ig was continued until a late hour.
The proceeds reach a neat figure and
The Journal, congratulates the
t uVners on their success.
A dispatch from Chadron says:
"Deputy Sheriff Manly has returned
from lns trip, bf til on iindiug Mrs. Ida
Xotson. Alt hough he did not locate
her, he,is still peifectly confident she
ism this virility. The ranch where
she 13 -upposeii e is one that she
visited last miu uiei. ! ut he could not
find'out anythiiig about her. Hapdy
has not given up the search, but will
follow the clue until he is is convinced
she is not in Jthis couuty."
The- sixth annual reunion of Ne
braska veterans w ill be held at Te
cumseh on Wednesday and Thursday
of this week. .The first and second
reunions of ihis association were held
in I'l ittr-mouth and th people of this
-i r n.tiir!l t ike M ereat interest it.
1 lie sucres -tf 1I1 r it 11 1 . a I reunions
Cass county still contains a eoodl
number if Nebraska veterans and it
(roes without sainn that most of theiii
will ke an effort to attend.
pi f 'it t lie Y rk G and Elec
tric Liktti' cuian vasso.d Mouda
at sheriff ale f..r $.5,205. The origna)
cost of tlie plant was $12,000. It was
knocked 'down to John It. . Pierson.
cashier of the City National bank of
York who is supposed to represent the
leailion Hfookholder in the old com
pany. It is unders'ocd that a new
cornpaiy will be organized immedi
ately to place the plaut, which has
greatl deprecated, in 11 -st class order.
I). .1. Shoineriis. deal r in boots ard
shoe- ;i X .hi kn Cit . lni naoe n
asmgnme .! in he O'oe county sheriff.
IIi I-,Imi 1 i s w ill n -t exceed $2,500,
-a-hi in- 1 s m "iiit to $3,500. The
credr o. a e all residents of Xebr -City
nnd friend of Mr. Shomerus. A
little over a year ago Mr. Shomerus'
stock was greatlv damaged by fire, and
he has never fullv recovered from its
effects. It is believed that matters
will be so arranged that he can con
tinue the business.
Xeuiaha Oolil Find.
Respecting the recently reported
gold-find near Brownville, the Auburn
Herald las this to say, which seems to
put some credence in the story: "Word
was received in this city Wednesday
bat a rich deposit of gold ore had been
iiscovered iu the bluff between Ne
maha City and Brownville. The dis
oovery was made Mime time ago by
John W. Skeen and Mart May, who
ept the matter quiet until they se
ur d a deed to the property. S imples
t the ore sent to Washington and
tssayed there produce at the rate of
$500 of fold to the ton. T.iis is con
Mdered a rich yield and we are glad to
hear of the good fortune that has be
fallen the lot of the gentlemen We
nulerstand milling operations will be
oegun at once."
OALIFOHNI A. Farmer's
uarudise, delightful climate, no crop
ailures. For geueral farming, dairy
mgand fruit raising, can't be excelled
30,000 acres irrigated lands at Bakers-
tiehl. Kern county, for sale. Low
prices, easy terms. Write W. 11
IIujian, Omaha, Neb. 50-4
A" eleii 'it line of lamps at Gerirg
Notice or Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice Is hereby civen that by virtue of n
chattel mortgage, duteil on the Klh day of Ocl-
bi-r, ami duly lnel 1 11 the omce ot tne
county clerk of t ats county, Jiebrasku, on the
lMa day or uctotter, ism, ami executed iy Max
Lenimto Melchoir soennlehsen to secure too
paymeut of the sum ot $75.o and interest ami
.Oflf, uikI upou which there is now due the sum
of JT.VOO iDil interest and costs. Default haviuc
oeeu madeiu the payment of said Hum, and no
suit or other proceedings at law iiaving been
iiiMitnted to recover said debt, or any part
nereor.ttiererore 1 win sell tne property t Herein
lexcribed. viz: Dishes, chairs, tables, clears.
obacco, canned goods, counters, spittoons, ice
ooxes aud all other property ot the .Max Leiam
restaurant, in building on cast hair lot six. block
thirty-three, in city of Plattsmouth, Neb., at
piiidie auction, at tie corner of Fourth and
vl.iln streetsot riattsmouth city, in Cass county
on the llith day cf January, !!.", at two o'clock
p. m. ot Kiln iay.
MEM.'HOIU SOCNNIC1ISEN, Mortgagee.
Dated Decern Ler 0th, M'M. S-3
TO A L HOM IT MAT CONCERN:
The cna.mis-ioner appointed to view a road
ommencing at the southwest corner of section
13. town 11. range 14. running thence north one
mile on section line between sections $ and o.l
said town and range, nn-1 terminating at the
northwest corner of said section 3.'l-ll-H, ha
reported In favor of the loealion thereof, and
ill oMections thereto, or claims for damage?.
must be tiled iu tlie county clerk's otlice on or
efore noon on he l;ih day of reoruary, A u.
115. r such road will be located w ithout refer
ence thereto. FRANK D1CK-ON,
51-4 (. ounty t lerk.
Hi ALL WHOM IT MAT TOXCEEV:
The commissioner appointed to view a r ad
Degi lining at the northwesl corner of section 6,
town 10. range 12. running thence south one
idle on section line find terminating at the
outhwest corner of said section 2t-10-12. has
reported in favor of the location thereof, and
all objections thereto, or claims for damages,
must be filed in the county clerk's ottice on or
efore noon on tne lath day of hetiruary, A D.
lb;5. or such road will be located without
reference thereto. KKAN'K Dli KM ,
M-4 County rierk.
l'Uau S 15, 'J00 slock 01 uieu'sauU oo-
eiuiliiiiK, n-ijib l ui msUiugs, ha s u .u
siiots i f ttie late Globe Clotlnng Co. Ua.-
10 be closed at once, ilen'sovercoaif.
il.50; duck coats, wool lined 69c; waiin
out uiiiteiiii. with leat er facing, lot-;
ten's black clav o tied .uns i4 5;
is long uray ulsters. IS!).-; Mens
iavy wool socks oc a pail ; Overshoes,
39i; a bis; assortment ot fur overcoat.
7 75; Men's warm caps, loo; '
lurab'e suits 75c; Striped cotton socks
2? a nali; Fine kersev overcoats. $4 50;
Extreme heavy underwear scarlet o
vellow. 45c; Wool mits. 9c; Men's
heavv wool lilled pants, SO"; Men's
eavv wool melton shirts, 39e; Men's
hoes, 89c; Men's cnatskin eloves. 15c
Thereisaliiff overstock of fine suits
nd overcoats in this stock. (The
Globe. had the refutation of carrvine
the ripest eods in the citv.) All must
fn for about half of cost of production
AT GLOBE'S OLD STAND.
115 S. 16th, Near Douglas St.
Opposite BOSTON STORE
P S. Bring this papef with you and also
receipt from Station Agent for Round Trip
Fare, and if you purchased 110 or more at this
sale, your Kound Trip Fare will be refunded.
The Keystone Watch
Case Co. of Philadelphia,
the largest watch case manufactur
ing concern in the world, is now
putting upon the Jas. Boss Filled
and other cases made by it, a bow
(ring) which cannot be twisted or
pulled off the watch.
It is a sure protection against the
pickpocket and the many accidents
that befall watches fitted with the
old-style bow, which is simply held
in by friction and can be twisted off
with the fingers. It is called the
1 11 Sfei' I
-ii I if r '" 9
5 f JJ I rr-S
Perfection in fit. finish nml wfar
4 lug q iHlities is what you want
4 in Clothir.K .
But You Want
Come to Omaha
N. W. for. Ifltli and Iougla-St.
LL are inbiii-! in our CS 50 Co:t.
It ia 1111 Im t its, success mditcon
tHins a wenltli f w .inn h, but not an
ounce too iniieti of wpig'u.
I1K K S1I ION' ! K
A N l
BV WEAUIXG Of It CLOTHING
"F uruu i; m
ERHAPS you wnnt trouser!". (Do 5
not en!l them "pants." A dot; makes
I. nun t If .4... t ...til V
I a, r-u, vill ,, JlllL-l ,CT.,H n lit
i'i your fancy and you- l.mlis.
Wii are ready for Ihe boys. too. with
bttter school and dress-up suits
Boston Store is doing the fore
most dry goods business in the
whole west. The result of always
selling the best goods for the
LOWEST PRICES IN THE WORLD
SI'KCIAr. UKVSONS WHV
Yon shimM come to
IiOSTOX STOKE, OMAII.l:
It's the greiitest msrcautile estub-
lishrnent in the west.
Otec 100 different departments, each
carrying separate lines.
More than a million olIais worth
of merchandise on hand all the time.
Grandest Holiday Exhibit
Kvcr show 11 in the f nited Mates.
Our grand four-story and basement
fire-proof mammoth building, covering
nearly a whole block, is tilled to over
ilowing with staple and holiday goods
f every description, at prices fkom 2o
TO 50 I'Kii CENT LOW'EK THAN ANY
The Leading Clothier.
C. O. D.
Anywhere, - - -$ 21 Bicycle $ 12 50
I'oAnyone - - - o0 IJicycle 25.00
All Styles and Trices, 7-3 Uicycle 37.50
Save Dealers' Profits li" I3icvcle 62.50
trend for illustrated catalogue.
HHT. X-3T-A-ie3D-Z- CO.,
z- a. .: ;
Could Not Sleep, Nervous
Gentlemen: 1 h.ivc been taking
your Ilestorativc Nervine for the past
three months and I cannot say
cuougU in its praise. It Las
Saved fly Life,
for I had almost" given up hope of
ever being well again. I was a
chronic Euffercr from nervousness and
could not sleep. 1 was also troubled
with nervus headache, and had tried
doctors in vain, until I used your
Nervine. Yours truly,
MRS. M. WOOD. Kingwood, 111.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
ftnd CAN ONLY BE HAD with
cases bearing their trade mark
Sold only through watch dealers,
without extra charge.
Don't osa your knlfo or finger nails to opan your
watch caia. Sand lor an opener (free).
Wa HaveMo iey to Loan at 6 per cent
in farm or city property In any Bt-ction of tbc
country where property ban "h fixed "arket
VHin- Moniv r:.nl for immi'dinte tonus wbf re
een:'l!T nnd title iH iood No erninlvs.irn. We
Hrit applications. Blauki- rni.shed upou
requeiitf .1 -
ALl.KNtril.,4fl4l Hrnntwy,Nw Tnrk
Dr. Miles' Nervine i? sold on n. Tiositlve
cunranU tlmt the first bottlo 'will tn-netit.
All druetiists sell it atl, d bottles for t.1, or
It will bo nt, prepaid, on receipt of priro
by the lr. MUea" Medical Co., Elkhart, lnd.
Sold by all druggists.
Mir a rfe
VV. Znm Zz
IS THE EEST.
r r4:iv'iVA 1-. w wi s uow
FOLIC E,3 Scles.
You coa anre money by purchaalutf Vv . L..
Because, vre are the largest manufacturers ot
advertised shoe in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you agaiiifct high
prices aud the middleman's profits. Our shoes
i-iual custom work; in style, easy fitting and
arias? qualities. We have tiiera sold every-
r - at luwtr prices for the value given than
' c-.htr r.'t'..ti. T ke r.o substitute. If your
;.r cannot supply you, vc can. Sold by
W E OF FEU FOR I 1 I (IMIKHrn, .
THE HOLIDAYS I VV . . ItAKGAINS
IN HIGH O I AIIE
OlcaJrs, Dress Goods,
Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear
A DlllKCTOKV OF G KM INK B KG A INS
Every department in our establishment. In
addition to entire assortments at low prioes. of
fers extraordinary lending biirKnins. Almost
every known article, either useful or orna
mental, or both, iiiky lie procured at cut prices.
These oll'erlnss include Dress Goods. Clonks,
Toys. Books. Games. Jewelry. Candy. Silver
'ntlery. Lamp . China. Cut Glass, Pictures,
Tapestries. Fans, Opera Glosses, Utisrs. Desks,
Conehcs. Porteries. liraj.eries. Curtain, I m
brelliis, I'oekelbooks. Card Cses. Handker
chiefs, Mntllers, Msnionrc Sets. Toilet Sets.
Perfumes, Stitionerv, Slea's and Ladles Slip
pers, and im infinity of articles adapted for
mk ami wiimk-m, uos and gikls, liuld-
IiKN ami INFANTS.
IT WILL 1AY VOL TO COME TO 1'S
r Anything KIse Yon Want.
Let U Give You One.
lip I ku lJW I
If y u l live net
ei visiicd our
s'oie room it
will rpay a trip
i l : -sJ-Hi :
D-cid ii i
Till you have seen the many beau
tiful articles we are showing'.
Writing Desks, - - - 8.oo
Cabinet Book Cases, - - 8.50
Music Cabinets, - - - - 6.00
Onyx Table, ----- 6.00
Gilt Chair, - - - - - 7.50
Panquet Lamp and silk hades 5.00
C bblcr Seat Rockers, - 3.50
Parmelee & Otis,
Con-inrn al ISI'k. 1414 ItonglH .., Omaha
DR. A. MATTHEWS,
The Painless Dentist,
Wrfping Water, Nebr.,
Makes a !siprialty of Fine Oold Fillings, Gold
- and Porcelain Crowns, I.rMe work, etc.
TEETH POSITIVELY EXTRACTED
WITHOUT PAIN OK DANGER.
FAT PEOPLE !
Park Obesity Pills will reduc-o your weight
PEHMANK NTLV from Ii to l."i)onndH a month.
NO STARVING, sickness or injury; NO PUB
LICITY. They build up the lieutth and beauti
fy the complexion, leaving Nti WKIXhLKtor
flahtiness. Sl'Ol'T ABDOMENS and dillictilt
breathiiiK sureiy relieved. NO EXPKItlMKNT,
but asMeiitilii; an 1 positive relief, adopted only
after years of experienee. All orders an pplied
direct from our otlice. l'riee i.00 per packaEe
or three psckages for f".(i hy mail postpaid.
Testimonials slid particulars sealed Scen'a.
;"A1I correspondence strictly confidenUal.
Park Remedy Co., Boston, M?,es.
"King" the Christmas "Belles!"
WE have plain gold rings, hand-engraved rings, set rings,
diamonds, pearls, opals, rubies, garnets and all combina
tions. PRICES ARE VERY LOW !
IN SILVER NOVELTIES
WE have cut all prices in two. Child's set (knife, fork and
epoon), 203 and up. Child's cup3, 18c and up. Nut
. cracker and six picks, 35c. Fin trays, 15ctucl up. Pic
ture frames, 18c.
B have all grades and siz 23, solid izold and fil'od. Wo
are offerinar som-s rare banartiins, from u irilvermo Eltciii
at $3.75 upwards.
Tne largest line of Jewelry in tne conn'y. Pin, Ear
rings, Necklaces. Chains. Charms Knttons.
Call and see our stock, whetlier you wisii lo pu reliant or in it. If n. til ii hrt y u want,
we arc sure to save you money on it. .
Areh L Coleman,
-Carruth's Old Stand.-
KICK If. TK, H.'Mllt
AM WALL TILK.
THE A.LDINE, PEERLESS.
Write for Cnta ami Prlcta. COLUMBIAN AND MONARCH URATES.
MILTON ROGERS & SONS,
14th and Farnam Streets. OMAHA, NEB
-A-ll oiar SUcss are
j marked Ixx -pla-Iix -fxgr-I
Mies, and cue price tc
j all, -wlietlier liere cr
j FRANK WILCOX CO..
i 1515 and 1517 !out;la Street. Oinalm. Nl
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yc.-i' nso by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panac
the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is no well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. Archer, M. 1).,
Ill So. Oxford St Brooklyn, N. Y.
" The use of ' Castoria is so uni venal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few. ore the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach.
CuUiOe Maxttn. D. D
New York City.
Catoriav cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, TJiarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommend-
your 'Castoria, and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Eownr F. Pardex, 5L D,
123th Street and 7th Ave., New York Cfty.
Tn Cehtadb Company, 77 MtnutAT Street, New York Cm
HL'NT&VII.I.K, .Mu.,.luiy2 1N04.
S. C. WICLLS & IM. OjiiMt-niju: I wriK' tit ix letter to aekuow leiige me value of your
Slitloh'a t:ure. I think it is the greuien remedy ever discovered tur linn; di.-cai.es hik! croup.
The life of ono of my friends, who for two years whs l elicvetl to have consumption and whofe
cough was terrible, was Haved by liiliih'a t'irr. she U now enrirely well .Mj baby that is now
nearly two years old was also taved by Miilnh'x Curr- llty was cruupy and woulci never have
Mirvived without your remedy. I had not believed Ibcre was sut-h a tro d croup mtdiciiie in the
world. I would not be without a bottle of it in ihc house for it u limes the ptioc of it. It hos
savel me many a dollar iu doctor bills. Sincerely, M lit-. J. B. MAItTIN.
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