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THURSDAY, MAll'JH 21, 1S93.
IX A Nil AKUUNI) T1IK TOWN.
Jiul'e Chapman was a pa?sencrer for
Lincoln this morning, whither ht went
tocethis lust glimpse of the present
Miss Etta Kinkaid, who has been
very low with pneumonia for a week
"past, is reported as better today, and
her anxious parents and friends have
a well-founded hope for her recovery
Fred Morgan, a machinist in the
!oci! H. & M. shops, accidentally
j tbhc d a knife into his left foot just
L-!ow the ankle joint the other evo
niv.g and he is now limping about on
crutches, the cut beinp quite a seriou
Secretary Morton, iu reply to a letter
asking for seeds, writes that lie has
si en out all the seeds to which Ne
braska is entitled to the State Uvlief
Commission at Lincoln. Parties
wishing seeds should address that
source of supply.
oI. Polk's effort to cast a slur on
the Womans Club movement over the
shoulders of the well-known Frances
WiJlard. is a sickly one. Mts Will.ml
is not ati organir of l!ie movement
mentioned, The colonel ought to be
Mrs. Hiram Turner, who has been a
sutTerer with consumption for the past
feveral yrars, departed from this life
late last r.icht at her home near Ore
apolis just on- m iili s:ibseuerjt to
the demise of Iht husbauil. The time
of the fiMiral h:i n t yet Ikm an
. L. tlr.ives. e p-lisher of th
I'liu'.f, L-d-ier. wa- a i'i itt.-juouth visi-ti-i
lust Sitm-lay Mr. (Jraves
i no'.v practicing law in Union ami
TriK .ioruNAi- voices the sentiment
ol newspaper fraternity in Cass
c iity in wisliirig for him an abund
accr ot success.
The funeral of the late Philip Horn,
whose death occurred Tuesday night
at his home live miles west of this city,
will be held tomorrow afternoon at
1 o'clock frcm the family residence,
thr interrment to be at Oak Hill ceme
tery. Piiends of the deceased ami
famih are invited to attend.
The Missouri Paciuc's passencer
train from the south was about live
hours late Friday morning and did
rot arrive until after nine o'clock.
The hre iking down of a pair of trucks
ur.der ;i fs--igiit ctr Ih-Idw Falls City
b: cfcaded the track cm: Irteh for
several hours and laid out all trains.
After nursing his son. Ha! lie. through
a h nz siege vf typhid fever, Mr. O. F.
lohti-ion has been stricken with paraly
se n o : nnw very 1 . Tlrs family
!S cI.Ut.l C:il! 't t hr m"Te
than . ju-t fhaie the mi -fortunes !
life, and it members have the pym-!
r.-athy of the entire community in their
The lire department wa? called out
fljortls before 1'2 o'clock Sunday night
ro extii.g'.iisii a bl.ize in the basement
of the YVeler building. The tire had
its origin in a cob pile, but the catis
f the b;az is unknown. No damage
was sustained as the fire boys were on
ihe eii tefure the tlamrrs had gained
Tom Patterson, agent for the well
known Columbia bicycles, received his
tirst To wheel on Monday and the ma
chine had been out of the crat only a
few hours v,h-n lie sold it to II. N.
I) ---"..! -o-5 an- c.-i-ihi'T at the First
Nuiiri, . bai.U. The "f'-j litht loadster
Cln mbif. i.s a verilablf beauty and
-lu'ilij b sen l'i appi eciateil
Mic1 i I C sS' V. a farmer from Ilieh
irdio' iwity. w..s tiiii over ami in-
.intr. i tiled by a . ; s o; ri Pacitic
train ' Xebi.4-kt City last night
shortK ;.!.-re mh'rijrht. lie went to
sleep on :;;m track No blame is at
tached tr, Conducior IVrry ai.d Kn-iin-i
ir-,ver, who charge of the
train. Ca-y was a married man.
Geo. lial'ance, the well-known li. &
M. n rt.-jer arid ai old-time resident
of Pun-mouth.., ill remove bis family
and household effects on April 1st to
(ipriuantown, t which place he ex-
pec? a to make his permanent residence.
Mr. i!ance departure is a matter
of much regret upon the part of his
c onntles f i iends in this community.
"'ip'-ririteodents Failey of Cass
co'inty r.nd (TIark of Saunders county
vi-otd ', h'gh fchoid Wedne-day
fn-'Tiiing. Mr ('lark gave a very short
but pointed talk and left the main re
sponsibility to hi.-i man" Mipt. Far
ley . wh complimen-.-d the school, the
opening exercise- hi d also talked on
the pr rri-fy ot h;vir : summer
chod Ahhlalid (iazeiie
llothirry and O'Neill, who pleal
guiltv o secondir-g a priz fight at
Pi:tm'oith.v ere sentenced by .JtuJge
Chapmafr to oo' d av to the coii.ty
j til ai d to pay a tine ..f $10. They
art- f!ie uri rw-ii-al witfossen against
(;ri;v.i!d ihe News would fUggest
i hat the PiattHtnout!; partie.s who ar
ranged and managed that fiht be
al-o indicted, as they s-eem to be
(ju-il v ;'S tjojl'y hs the Omaha peo
,1 X i r k;. Ci' y .'ev
Tlie decision of Judge Hall -at Lin
coln ordering Grand Ma3ter Tate to
call the regular annual grand lodge
session of the A. O. U. NV., suits the
several hundred members of that or
der in Plattsmouth immensely. They
see in it a chance, at least, to secure
someone besides Czr Tate as grand
master. The czar has a faculty of be
stowing his favors in such a manner
as to tnaUe solid his election from year
to year, but at last there is some re
lief iu sight.
A. Wannfried, travelling represen
tative for the Western Newspaper
Union of Omaha for the past ten years
and known to the newspaper fraternity
as the Flying Dutchman," has re
signed and after April 1st will quit the
road. Although eccentric, he is an
agreeable chap in many particulars,
and thu newspaper business iu Ne
braska will seem duller than everjwith
out au occasional call on Mr. Wann
fried's part. lie will take on new
duties in other fields and the news
paper men of this state will wish him
the best of success iu his new labors.
German Vegetable liver pills are
without a rival. Sold only by Gering
,!U'o. " u
srj- County IMliiir In Trouble.
The World-Herald says: "Editor
W. S. K iker of the Gretna Industrial
has bt en put under bonds by
Justice of the Peace llar;lett condi
tioned upon hi lowing up iu the
judge's court upon April 1, at which
time he will be called upon to plead in
response to a charge of libeling James
JIabbittt in the capacity of foreman of
the late grand jury. The World-Iler-ald
has heretofore announced the de
fails of the trouble, which appears to
have so agitated the mind cot Mr. Bab
bitts that he brought a criminal action.
Daring the progress of the grand jury
investigations it had occasion to look
more or less into Ninth street affairs
Mr. Hiker's journal commented on
tliis faCw and charge that Uabbitts
took in the reports, forgetting for the
time being the precepts of the gospel
and his early instruction. Mr. Il
!;tts lives near Gretna, a town jus"
over the line iu Sarpy county.
State or Ohio, City ok t .
Tuiucik, Lucas Co. )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner ot the firm ot F.
J. Cheney X Co., doing business m the
citv of Toledo, count v and state afore
said, and that said firm wid pay the
sum of one hundred dollars lor each
and everv case of catarrh that cannot
te cured bv the use of Hall's Catarrh v
Fkank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and but!cribed
in mv presence, thi 3t!i dav of I)-cem-ber,
A. J. !?;.
seal: A. W G lea-on'.
Hall's Catarrh cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and muous surluoes of the system.
Send for testimonials, fre.
F J. C.IENKY ,v Co.. Toledo. O
C2"Sold bv drugi-its. T-j-
Wrrer f lt irn
T.ie celebration of St. Patrick's day.
iiven Saturday evening at V.'hite'a
hall under the auspices of the A.O.H.,
was a most delightful success. The
musical number." given wre highly ap
preciated, while the lecture bv Father
Nugent was all that hi friends could
vi.-"i. It wis largely historical, and
inder ordinary handling would have
been dry. but the skillful oratory of
the lecturer gave it a life, piquancy
and vividness wh'ch made the recital
very entertaining, and when he came
to the descriptive portions the lecturer
was both elequent and pathetic in Ids
word-painting. The Jokexal hopes
that the orator-priest may often be
heard in tins city.
V l'rutlntut Ytioiel lirnrar of Oui
Nti.. rite :
To thts afilicttd:
evtral years ago I discovered a
slight falling and bleeding ol the lower
bouei wnich increased and became
very distressing I made inquiry as
in the nature ot the disease urn) le rned
that 1 had a somewhat aggravated case
f Hemorrhoids or Piles. Was told ol
several remedies and used them as di
rected, obtaining thereby some tem
porary relief. Not being satisfied with
such slight relief I cast about for a per
manent cure; when a friend directed
the use of the famous Magnet Pile
KlLLEit. I used it. Immediaterelief
from pain followed, and soon a com
plete cur was afTectM.
t ery re.pecu un ,
For sale by Gering & Co.
Landlord W. VT.Coates ot the Hotel
Iiiley is home from a week's visit at
n-scobil. Wis. His brother. Frank,
who lias been in charge of the hotel
to his !i-rne in Om iha this morninff.
New Poultry Firm.
Mesrs. McCourt & Ulack have beuun
the buHiness of buyint; poultry for the
city 'markets. They will pay the best
price In csh. Se F. McCourt or
E. W. HI ick fur price.
tl 1 w 3;.
Maonkt Cijkmical. Co.
Gentlemen: Of the in;my File pre
parations which I have used I found
none to do the work so quick and com
plete ;h Maonkt File Killeu. It. is
a q'ii-ik Tfff nxid positive cure," as
you ay. Very gratefully yours,
AL.ru bus M. I'KICK.
Tr;tve!ini- SalesmKii, MaryviKe, Mo.
For iale tiy Gerin & Co.
The Jouun'al lias no morn irarden
seeds to irive out. but J. W. II-H(ph
has jmt received a quantity which has
been tried and he can guarantee it.
Tho greatest effort we have ever
made to offer matchless bargains
ira superior poods of well know
Domestic I incus.
Lawrence L L Muslins 3Je
Alpine, Fine Ilrown 4 c
Arrow, Fine Ilrown 5 c
Columbus. oft tlnli-h, lileachtd Mu-lin. ..5 c
Karwell lUeached Muslin 7 c
Ctot Hleache.1 Muslin 6 c
Fruit of the Loom Muslin 6 c
l(u; Wide sheeting 12'i c
IU Wide lUekchud Sheeting 13 c
Sateens, Domestic, fine C Ingham and waih
Ubrics and all the latest tttles, at les than half
Table I. in on s.
The newest designs at 2Sr, Sic, UTc, 5oe, C2lc
up to the finest goods made, with Napklnt to
match, at prires never before dreamed of In the
ine n trade.
Wonderful variety and low prices. 10c linen
towels at 5e. tlx:e fr!ns;e towels at 10c. extra
quality 2V linen towels at 1S. Larj; 10c bath
towels at 5e. Extra lar,:e roe taih towel at 10e;
25e bath towela at t:c.
White Dotted Swiss
Attc, li'. T" I'm-". Cji-, up to the f nest made,
all at special sale prices. White SwI with
colored dots as well aseolortd swlrev
White Naltiook cliecks at loo. li'3c and I.V.
India Linens at 7'C. io?, l'ic, ISo. 14c. Sue
13 vd Spreads.
Lullec varietr, in every grade from .vc j
e h Tip to f" CO.
Io yon want ii NolWY JACKET You ran get
crse of th very lctet style In our rlnaSt and suit
d'parnner.t in black, navy, brown or tan, at
(;i t. !-l , ?1 iw or !C.'t. lr in Mi . '.ic 14
t or -Jo vrttr at T2 rr. f-t W. Thee are
the bet sro.v,! for the money In Omaha.
They arc . ! o !i'!:c a splendid stock of
la. lie' all wool osj t sat fI..V. t.W. f- 45. M fO.
f ' ti. f l.:. .YP0 an ! i U'.
i;r tork of dre, k!rts. wlt4. etc.il
n-n rvin; j '.e'f, " l! .'? S"' VrIntohe.
l;fary -f,H:, p'.-i! 1. t:t u d bn'wn. at H l'i, worth
tiUTilr-F ""l nd t".k di;-iirti!if r.l carry
l:e iily cm:ii.-l,te lir.es of fabrics to In? futn.d
In the we:. ;rea" fl'ortm!)'. at absolute;
the ve-y lowest prie.
TheM. II. Cook Cloth!r-x Co "s i -'.:hlfis 1
all this eavn le; stylf
Men's spring s-;!:. Cok's price ?.Vf to t.CO
co at ?iTV Men's j rirc suit-, Cook's price
tl Ortand 111. to. for tz. ( Very f.nest spring
suit In a'.! styles, black rlny worsteds. i!k mix
tups and caitmere su-ts, worta from S).CJ to
r..o. a: io m a n:i:.
l:oj kne par.t .:!: at tl.."'
.ntc s '!! lid va'ue tn all ln; !
tCc. fl - av.. fl.75 ter pair.
Our pricf o: prw -rU tea. coiTee, split's
and dried fnsl: s :Tps tho-e of any bouse In
tf action or lour lo(iiy Hark.
Dr. Agnes Y. Swetland,
racial att':i:iuQ t lta.etrr. D::ae) of
V,rna ar..I 'V.tnjuii'a yurgerr
Office : r"' Omita. Keb
DR. A. MATTHEWS,
Tho Painless Dentist,
Weeping Water, Nebr.,
Makea .iccla!ty of Tine Gold Fllilr.jrv GoM
mj1 Porcelain Crorns. Itrl-Ie work, etc. j
TEETH P-MTIVELY EXTHACTEP
WITJIOt'T PAIN Oil HANGER.
A. H. WECKBACH.
FANCY and STAPLE
FLOUR and FEED
All Kinds of
Rl OF EVEUV DKSCKIPTTON
.f ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Weaieacents for the cele- Pfirrrr
brated DIAMOND MILLS bUl ILL
WHERE YOU CAN GET
GOOD, FRESH BREAD
At aiy 1 Prompt ntiontlon Riven to order
Agent lor Seven of the Best
GIVE ME A CALL.
Mens Black Sateen
It will be money in you pockets to buy your
Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes of
IHILSdDNg the (DsasBn DMtiMn9
Opposite Court House) - - - Plattsmoutli, Keb.
The City Hotel,
Corner Main and Third Sts.,
A FIRST-CLASS HOSTELRY
IN EVERY RESPECT.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED
Special Attention Given to the
Accommodation of Farmers.
First-Class Bar lT.
CLEAN ROOMS AND TABLE
Rates-Si Per Day.
H. H. GOOS. Prop'r.;?
Tlie Sioger Han'f'g Co.
54: First Awards,
Heine tho latrt nnmler of awarJ obtained
.t any exhl tutor anj more than lontle tbe
number ret'elvel ty all other ewinr Marhlna
eompanle?. Awards received on the following:
Family ewlnjr Machines. V. S. No. C.
I. K. f. I. and single Thread Automatic
Chain Mitrn Machine. !ewlnf Machine
Cat.luetA. Art Embroider!", Lacea. Cur
tain. t."ph.ltery. Artistic FurnlahlnjtB,
sewlnrrand Embroidery, TapeHry Ma
AUo 43 Awitril'. covering nicblne
for mannfaetnro In every lino where a
Sewlnit Machine can te used on Wool
Cotton and Mlk Cloth. Knit Goods
leather, etc.. for Ornamental Stltchinft
Mutton hole. Eyeleti. Harrlne, Over
earning. Maying, etc
Tho Singer M'fg Co
M ZUl Over tlio World."
Ilraneh OfTlef 1510 Iouca Ht.. Omaha
P. J. HANSEN,
STAPLE and FANCY
FLOTTR AND FEED
One door North of Postoffice
We Have Money to Loan at 6percenl
On farm or city projKsrty in any iectlon of the
country where property has a fixed market
value. Money roady for Immediate loans wbfre
neenrlty and title Is (;ood. Nocomml-iion. We
Holiclt applications. IlUnas furnished upon
ALLENtCO.,404 49 Ilroadwar.TMen York
Novelties of Spring Clothing-.
in Large Variety.
F. S. WHITE,
Every purchase made at his store
is a guarantee that you obtained the
best and most goods for the least money.
oo oocooKa&K dO40
Castoria is Ir. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children It contains.ncithcr Opium, 3Iorphino nor
other Karcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yem use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea
the Mother's Friend.
"Cawitorlaijso well adapted to children that
I recommend it as cuperior to any prescription
known to me." 1L A. Axcnsa, M.
Ill So. Oxford St, InxJtlyn, Is. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria ia no universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
ot ruiere rogation to endorse it. l ew are tho
Intelligent families who Co not keep CastorU
within eary reach.
CAMXXMULUKTTUt, T. IX.
Kew York dry.
FAT PEOFZiE !
Park Obkkttt PiLta will reduco your weight
PERJirANENTLYfrom 12 to 15 pounds a month.
NO WTA11V1NU, sickneaa or Injury; NO PUB
LJCITY. They build up the health and beauti
fy the complexion. leaTing; N( WUINKLKS or
Uabhlness. 8TOLTT ABDOMENS and dttticnit
brenthlnj surely relievM. NO KXPEItlMEN'T,
but aicieutlllc and posltlvo relief, adopted only
after years of experience. All orders supplied
direct from our office. Price 9Z.0O per package
or tnreo packages lor f,V00 by mail postpaid.
Testimonials and particulars sealed 2 cents.
(J'All correspondence strictly conudvutlal.
Park Remedy Co., Boston, Mass
i General Mdse.
The Old Reliable
oooo 040ao o ec oo
" ""v r
Castoria cures Oolic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Piarrhopa, Enactation,
Kills Won as, giti-i sleep, and pttmotes dt
Without Injurious medication.
"For several jmrs I have recommeadt
tout ' Castoria, and shall always coatinoe tc
do so as It has invariablj produced Wneflcia
Edwix F. rinninr, iL IX,
lfXUi Street and 7th Ave. New York CS: .
CbKPAjrr, 77 Jlctaar Sttsxet, Krw Yoas Cxn
mini w i in m im i i. mwi ..iwj mi.
The Plattsmontli Mills,
C. HEISEXu Prop.
This Mill has been rebuilt, and furnished with
Machinery of the best maaufacture
in the.world. Their
IIai no Superior la America. OIts It
trial and be convinced.
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