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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1898)
(Published ia two parts Fart One, Wednesday, and Fart Two, Saturday.)
Vol. XVII. No. 58.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1898.
$1.50 Per Year.
SPURLOCK - SMITH.
Wedding of Judge Spurlock and
Miss Maybird Smith.
SWELL SOCIETY EYEIT AT MIRYYILLL
The Bride U Oat f If Useort'a Moat Ac-
eompllafced Toong Ladloe Sad A eel
lest to at'LHtl Boy oa Ttaoaka
ffUlnt; Other Items.
The marriage of Judge George 11.
Spurlock of this city and Miss May
bird V. Smith of Maryrille, Mo.,
which occurred at the home of the
bride's parents last Wednesday eren
ing, was one of the most elaborate so-
city events of the season .
The ceremony was performed by
ur. Martin or Mexico, mo., and was
witnessed by over 100 relatives and
The bride is one of Missouri's most
and accomplished young
Iad.es, and the groom is the present
probate judge of Cass county, having
been twice elected to that important
Mr. and Mrs. Spurlock have gone to
Denver and Salt Lake City, Utah, for
a few week's wedding trip, and expect
to return to Plattsmouth about De-
up a cosy
Judge Spurlock has fitted
home for his bride at the
Eighth and Fearl atreets,
will begin housekeeping
under the most favorable circum
stances, carrying with them the best
wishes of a large number of admiring
friends. - -
A ThaBkaciTtag- Aeeadaat.
a. very sad accident occurred
Thursday morning, when the bright
four-year-old son of Deputy Sber
iff McBride probably lost the sight
of one of his eyes. The little
fellow was coasting on a sled, and
while hauling it up the hill he slipped
and fell, his eye striking on one of
the runners and badly lacerating that
member. Mrs. McBride immediately
took the boy to a physician's office,
and after a brief examination the doc
tor advised her to take the lad to Dr.
Gifford,tbe eye specialist at Omaha.
A half hour later Mrs. McBride was
t on her way to the metropolis to con'
suit the oculist, and everything pos
sible ia being done-to -save the child's
ye, but the chances are very doubt
Thanksgiving was observed in this
city last Thursday in the usual way
and those who were able to pay 15
cents per pound for turkey ate it.
while the less fortunate contented
themselves with whatever was avail
able. It was an ideal Thanksgiving day.
the earth being shrouded in a coat of
pure, white snow, which made the
celebration seem the more realistic.
Divine services were held by the
several orthodox congfegations at the
the Presbyterian church, at eleven
o'clock, while at St. Luke's and St.
John's churches, the usual services
were held . A good attendance ia re
ported at each place,, and the ministers
all delivered specially prepared .ser
mons for the occasion.
Tom and Jerry renewed acquain
tance with many of the boys, at the
various refreshment resorts, but ft
was a good-natured crowd, and no un
pleasantness is reported.
Dmii of W. B, Smith.
William 11. Smith died last Monday
afternoon at the borne of bis son, D.
B.Smith, after a very brief illness
with apoplexy. The deceased was
seventy-tnree years of age, and was of
PEagli9b birth, but has resided in
this country tor upwards of a half
century. His wife died in this city
some Cve years ago, since which time
he has made his home with his son.
The funeral occurred Wednesday
afternoon from the Methodist church.
and was largely attended. The re
mains were interred in Oak Hill cemetery.
Xonsg- Boedeker .
One of the most noted society events
of the early holidays was the mar
riage of Mr. L. J. Young, Murray's
popular merchant, to Miss Alta Boede
ker, the accomplished daughter of Mr.
The ceremony wae performed on
TnanksgivingevA-ifg, at the beauti-
ful horns y
rae, by Rev. J. V.
will at once go to
e at Murray. .
SOME NEIGHBORHOOD N0T1S
From The Ledger. -
Mrs. Vinnie Miller was a visitor to
Dr. Walker arrived home yesterday
from a week's business visit to Cln
David Eaton and wife returned
Wednesday evening from a visit in
Treasurer A. a. .Eikenbary came
down from Plattsmoutbs to masticate
bis share of Thanksgiving fowl at
Fred Gorder.the heavy weight fusion
candidate who made such a strong
race for the legislature, was in town
Tneaday, on his way home from Platts
We regret to learn that Mrs. G. W.
Garrison's condition haa become very
serious and that her recovery Is
deemed extremely doubtful. At last
report before going to press we are in
formed that she is yet failing.
Dr. J . T. Brendel and wife, who have
resided in Avoca a number of years,
were here Monday for a farewell visit
with their relatives and friends. They
departed on the noon train for Indian
apolis, where the doctor enters upon
his duties aa Instructor in one of the
leading medical institutes.
Yesterday morning some of the
boys were enjoying the sport coasting
down the hill near the village jail, and
n some manner Lee Sigler lost control
of his sled and it threw him against
the jail with such force as to cause
serious injuries. The boy whs taken
to his home near by and Dr. Wallace
was summoned, an examination dis
closing bruises on the left side and in
ternal injuries of a very painful na
ture, though not such as to endanger
the boy's life. He is now getting
along very well and will probably not
be confined to the house a great while.
From The Co oiler.
H. E. Pankonin is having a fine new
barn erected at his home place in the
south part of town. Charles Clifford
is doing the carpenter work.
It cbev & Dickson shipped a car of
barley to Omaha Thursday. This is
the first car of barley that has been
shipped from this station for several
While removing dirt from the cellar
for Parmele's new brick building on
Tuesday last one of Will Frank's
horses fell into a cistern. It bad to
remain there for several hours until
the dirt was removed from around the
While removing dirt with a scraper
at the Cedar Creek quarries last Fri
day Frank Panscover met with a very
paiLful accident. The blade of the
scraper came in contact with a stone
and it turned over in such a way that
the handle struck one of his ears and
almost severed it from bis bead.
Sheriff Wheeler was in town Friday
serving subpoenas In the case wherein
Wm Sporer, administrator of tne es
tate of Henry Hennings, brings suit
against the C. R. I & P. railroad for
the loss of the life of the deceased by
being struck by a train while crossing
their tracks west of town three years
Last week Principal Morrow pur
chased at Chicago a thirty dollar mi
croscope with a magnifying power of
thirty diameters. The instrument Is
provided with two eyepieces, a double
nose piece, two objectives, draw tubet
rock and pinion, coarse adjustment,
jointed pillar, revolving diaphragm,
plane and concave mirror. It is prob
ably the finest' microscope in the
schools of the count.
i WeeplnsT Water.
from Tne Republican.
Sergeant Woodruff departed Friday
night for Savannah, Ga., to join hli
regiment. He has fully recovered and
is anxious to do duty in Cuba, where
the regiment expects to go very
Four years ago Forest Shirley, then
fourteen years old, a son of E. L. Shir
ley, of Wabash, had the misfortune to
get his right hand caught and badly
mangled in a corn shelter. The thumb
Lwas saved, but all of the fingers had
to be amputated at the hand. Such an
accident, one would think, would in
capacitate any one from ever after
wards husking corn, but it is not so
with Forest. He has knocked out his
sixty-five bushels a day all the f all.and
there are not so many men with two
handsHbatcan do that as those who
fallttiiow It. Forest has" a hook at
tached to his wrist, and they say the
war e can pull rodder with that in-
t is a caution.
"loneer Resident Dies.
the aged mother of Mrs.
9 led last Thursday morn-
'ln:mB of har danffhfcar. near
i uJJ '
The deceased was one of
,,y7s earliest seiners, ana tor
? .aVfraftVe a AAtirtlW ! VY1 O ft At
teuvSA vk aw wuiuij u aaaaa vav
nme with Mrs. White. Her
ied several years ago. Mrs.
aged eighty-three years.
neral will occur Sunday af ter-
wo o'clock, from the real-
From Western Caee.
Mrs. Louis De Sowards, who lives
five miles south of Ashand, was shot
in the . face with an air rifle in the
hands of some smart town kid of Ash
land, several days ago. It has been
the custom of these bojB to hide be
hind fences and old buildings and try
their hands on passersby. Mr. and
Mrs. De Sowards were driving home
when It happened and they returned
to town and consulted Dr. Meredith,
who dressed the wound, but the shot
is lodged behind the eye and cannot
be taken out. Besides having a very
painful face she is liable to lose one
Hon. T. T. Young soM a nice lot of
hogs recently for $3.10 per cwt. Of
course be has the privilege of receiving
gold for his pay, and does not have to
monkey with five or six silver dollars
for each hundred pounds. This is
prosperity now. Take your medicine,
Iiro. loUDg, with us pops.
Justice W. E. Hand and Prof. Oliver
of Greenwood bet the habit of chew
ing on the election of governor. Hand
was the loser, and consequently was
to quit chewing. This is one esse of
making a' sacrifice for principle re
publican at that.
Justice Thomas Iteece and Mrs. J.
Doom were on the matrimonial docket
Joseph Rogers, a young farmer of
Salt creek precinct drove down south
a few miles the other evening and
came back with a bride.
Joseph Hobenshall has been suffer
ing a great deal with rheumatism this
fall, and especially just before the late
Oae republican carried Salt Creek
precinct that was Tom Brown for as
sesaor. The reason was principally on
account of his opponent not rustling
One good repablican of District 7
rustled the boys for tbelr votes In be
half of himself as candidate for road
bo a, and as a reward for his bard la
Dors secured one .vote and his oppo
nent got thirty-two votes without any
work. Of course the pop had bis name
printed on the ballots, but the other
fellow did not. This is like trying to
break a horse to lead after he is full
grown. Dick should commence at the
primary next time when the colt is
The people of Ashland are glad that
Senator Allen was defeated, because
they would surely have had a corpse
on hand if the Gazette editor had been
compelled to write the report of the
election as a complete republican bust
Deatb or Bob rt O. urulhsm.
Death has again invaded the pre
cincts of a once happy home and taken
therefrom a husband, brother and son,
and has left gloom and darkness in
the household, and summoned to God
the spirit that He created.
Robert C. Grantham, of Marseilles,
Ills., died at the home of bis cousin.
Mrs. R.J. Adams, southeast of Mur
ray, the 19th (of November, after a
lingering illness of nearly a year.
While he had been in a precarieus
condition for only a short time, his
malady gave every indication for some
time that bis was an affliction that
would in a short time overcome bia
physical powers. He came west the
14th of-July, '98, thinking to benefit
bis health, and has been here since.
He became somewhat better for a time,
but soon became worse, and last Satur
day morning at 7 o'clock he breathed
Deceased was born in Rock Bluffs,
Cass county. Neb., thirty years ago
2d of last September. Was married
the 5th of December, 1897, to Miss
Etna E. Drake, of Marseilles, Ills.
He united with the M. E. church some
He bore his suffering with Christian
fortitude and patience. He never
murmured nor complained, but died
trusting in Christ. His remains were
brought to Plattsmouth, and by the
last solemn rites of the Free Masons'
lodge, of which he was a member, all
that remained mortal of Robert
Grantham was consigned to its last
He leaves a wife to mourn his loss,
also bis father, one sister and four
The Oold Medal Settled.
OtfAHA, Nov. 25. There has been
considerable controversy here over the
gold medal which has been claimed by
others, but it has finally turned -out
that the Fred Krug Brewing Co., of
this city, did receive the gold medal
for Cabinet beer over all other beers
for purity, strength of quality, at the
Trans-Mississippi exposition, and
Krug not only has the gold medal in
his possession, but has also received a
diploma signed by members of the ex
ecutive committee of the exposition
saying the gold medal was awarded to
Krug Cabinet beer. '
' Fire at fVeeplag- Water.
Weeping Water Nov. 24. Fire
that started from a stovepipe in a
bouse on the south 'aide belonging to
J. Johnson jr., destroyed most of the
building. The furniture belonging to
the tenant. Perry Rector , was all re
moved. The fire department pot out
tb flrew Loss about t200.
WILL STAND FIRM.
American Peace Commission Or
, dered Not to Recede.
PHILIPPINES SURS TO BK RETAINED.
Important Special Meeting; of the Cabinet
Held Laat V Ifhi and tne Position
of the United States Keaf
firmed Other New..
Washington, D. C, Nov. 25.
special meeting of the cabinet
held tonight at 10 o'clock. It lasted
an hour. Important dispatches re
lating to the peace negotiations were
received late this afternoon by the
president. They vsere of sufficient
importance to require a meeting of the
cabinet. All the members were prea
ent except the secretary of the navy.
who is out of town.
Secretary Hay said after the meet
log that the discussion was over dis
patches received by the president, and
added that there would be no change
in the attitude of the commission as
to the Philippine question.
Other members of the cabinet
answered evasively as to the purpose
and results of the meeting. Attorney
General Griggs said that the cabinet
bad before it a very interesting ques
tion, which was settled before ad
Another member said that the Span
ish commission had informally notified
Judge Day of concessions which would
be asked of the American commission
ers If there was a meeting tomorrow,
and that the American commission
bad cabled the substance of the re
quest to the president. The president
and cabinet, so this official said, were
unanimously of the opinion that the
status quo should be maintained until
the next joint meeting of the commis
In the meanwhile Judge Day will be
cabled tonight 5y the president to
stand firm on the lines already indi
cated to the American commissioners.
Sixty-One to Nothing".
The Plattsmouth foot ball team came
over to Glenwood last Saturday labor
ing under the impression that they
knew something about the game, but
before returning in the evening their
minds were disillusioned on the sub
ject. They have missed their calling.
Big,stroog and robust,natnre no doubt
Intended them for farmers and wood
choppers, which, all joking aside, would
be much better for them in every way,
being less dangerous and mueh . more
profitable. This ia the way the score
stood when it was over: 61 to 0. Only
think of it, Glenwood made 61 while
Plattsmouth made none. Our boys
might have piled up a few more, but
they got tired running. It was a game
of skill vs. physical strength. Larger
and stronger In every way the Platts
mouth eleven were no match for the
Glenwood lads when it came to soamp
pering about on the gridiron. Careful
training and scientifio skill tells In
foot ball as well as in other walks of
life a point our Nebraska neighbors
now see. A few minutes before the
so-called game came to an end Charley
Davies had the misfortune to get his
right leg badly hurt At first it was
thought he had broken it, but it was
afterwards found that the cords or lig
aments bad been badly Btrained. It
was quite painful, and Charley is still
confined to the house, unable to walk.
The Way to go to California
Is in a tourist sleeping car personally
conducted via the Burlington Route.
You don't change cars. You make
fast time. You see the finest scenery
on the globe.
Yoar car ia not so expensively fin
ished nor so fine to look at as a palace
sleeper, but it is just aa clean, just as
comfortable', just as good to ride in,
and nearly 120 cheaper.
The Burlington excursions leave
every Thursday, reachlngSan Francis
co Sunday and Los Angelos Monday.
Porter with each car. Excursion man
ager with each party.- For folder giv
ing full information, call at nearest
B. & M. R. depot or write to J. Fran
cis, general passenger agent; Omaha,
- ratal Accident at May wood. "
Maywood, Neb., Nov. 25. While
returning from a hunt Charles Twiss
of this place met with a fatal accident.
In company with a party of ' friends
he was returning home and when near
Crabtree the' baggy was overturned
In some manner and Twlss was In
stantly killed. The deceased .was 18
years of age. - . - . . 7
: The young man referred to in the
above dispatch was grandson of C.
S. Twiss of Plattsmouth. ; v
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE
C. J. Z tar of South Bend precinct
was a Plattsmouth visitor today.
Have you seen Joe & Frank's large
and magnificent stock of underwear?
John C. Watson of Nebraska City
was attending district court jester
day. Joe & Frank.the People's Clothiers,
are offering special bargains in under
George Mattison of South Bend was
in town this week attending district
Boarders Wanted at the Bur
lington House. Best of accommoda
tions, 306 South Third street.
Willis R. Eckles and Bertha B. Fra
zill, both of Missouri Valley, Iowa.se
cured a license to wed Wednesday
Charles H. Boedeker, one of Cass
county's prosperous farmers, of Moun
Pleasant precinct, was m town on
Mrs. W. L. Pickett departed last
Wednesday for Evansville, Indiana
where she will visit for Beveral weeks
with her parents.
James Burnett and wife departed
Tuesday evening for their home at
Maywood, Neb., after a visit here with
the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs
J.I. Unruh has made a large pur
chase of-iron bedsteads, springs, mat
tresses and pillows, and is selling
complete outfit for $4 98. This is the
biggest bargain ever shown in Platts
A white enameled iron bedstead
with brass trimmings, a woven wire
spring, cotton-top mattress and pair
of pillows, all for $4.98 at J. I
Unruh's. Take advantage of this
Those who attended the Spurlock
smith wedding from this city were
B. B. Windham, Dr. W. A. Humphrey,
Prof. J. G. McUugb, County Super
intendent George L. Farley, Henry R.
Gering and C. S. Polk.
If you want a pint, quart or gallon
of strictly pure whisky, don't buy it of
Kansas City fakirs, but go direct to
Ed Donat of Plattsmouth and buy it
of him. He gets his whisky direct
from the U. S. bonded warehouses.
J. I. Unruh, Plattsmouth's enter
prising furniture dealer, has just re
ceived a large invoice of 'Turkish
couches, on which he will make
special prices next week. See the
stock and get his prices. They will
surprise you. .
unaney .Banning was tnro wu by a
mule, last Sunday, into a barb wire
fence which cut him up considerably.
Both of his hands were cut very bad
and also bis left arm. This is quite
hard on Charley as he has not got his
corn out and is without help. Nebaw
Last Tuesday Mrs. Yinnie Miller of
Union started out with a subscription
paper to raise funds for The World-
Herald's Christmas dinner to the First
and Third Nebraska volunteers, and
in a short time had something over
$10. This is merely a hint to the peo
ple of Plattsmouth.
A dispatch from Weeping Water
says: n Girardet and family al
most lost their lives this morning by
gas which escaped from a base burner.
It was with difficulty they were
aroused from the effects of the gas.
Their little son Ralph was in a critical
condition for some time."
The foot ball game at Council Bluffs
last Thursday, between the Universi
ty of Nebraska team and the eleven
representing the University of Iowa,
resulted in a victory for the latter, by
a score of 6 to 5. The game was hotly
contested, and was witnessed. by
large audience of enthusiasts,. .
Clayton Barber, formerl of the Bur
lington store department at this point,
but who was transferred to Lincolu
several years ago, has returned to
Plattsmouth to take the place made
vacant by the promotion of Chief Store
Clerk now. The latter has been ap
pointed chief supply agent at St. Louis
for the Burlington.
The case of Wm. FMack vs. C. II,
Parmele, et al., 'a suit to recover for
the pasturage of some . horses, which
was continued over from last Wednes
day, was again taken up in district
court Friday morning. . After the evi
dence had all been heard, Judge Ram
sey directed the jury to bring in a ver
dict for the defendant. It is said that
a majority of the- jury favored a ver
dict for the plaintiff .
Mrs. U. J . Streigbt met with a very
painful, but' not dangerous, accident
at ber home last Tuesday. Mr.
Streigbt was putting up some stove
pipe in an upper room, when one of
the joints fell through a ventilator
and struck his wife, who was standing
in the room 'below., The stove-pipe
cut an ugly gash in Mrs". Streight's
head, stunning her for several min
utes. The wound was immediately
dressed and the lady is getting along
America's fines t 'America's beat, fo
Depot, cor Main and Second itn
St. Louis, and
All points west. J
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS
Chicago-Denver ex press 11:18 pm
Local express, dally, St. Joe,
Kansas City, St Louis, all
points soutii 9:40 am
Local exp, dally, liurliugtou,
Chicago, all points eat 10:24 ani
Local exp, dally except Hun
day, arrives 9:31am
Cremon-Oinalia local 10:UUaiu
$t. Louis-tit. Joe Oinaualocal 10::H pin
Oinalia-St. Joe St. Louis exp.. b:zl pm
Uoiaha-C'reHton local . 4 :ao pin
Local exp, aaiiy except auu-
day, Pacific Junction 12:36 pin
Freight, dally except Hunday,
PaciHe Junetlon 2:00 pm
Omaha and west by the way of
Council Hluffs, arv 0:15 pm
Local ex , dally, St Joe, Kansas
City, St Louis, Chicago, all
points east and south 8 :23 pm
Local exp, daily, Omaha, Lin
coln, itenver and Intermedi
ate stations i ;j am
Local freight, dally, ex Sunday
CedarCreek, Louisville, South
Bend 7:44 am
Fan mail, daily, Omaha and
Lincoln; SundayOmaha only 2:22 pm
Vestlbuled exp, dally. Denver
and all points In Colorado,
Utah and California, Uraud
Island, Black. Hilla, Montana
and Pacific N. W 3:43 pm
Local exp, dally except Sunday
Louisville, Ashland, Wahoo,
Schuyler 4:00 pm
Local exp, dally except Sunday
Omaha and Lincoln; Sunday
Omaha only 5:00 pm
Chicago 7:17 am
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair cara(seata
free) on through trains. Tickets sold and bag
gage checked to any point In the United States
For Information, time tables, maps andUckets
call or write to
W. L. PICKETT, Agent.
J. FRANCES, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Uncle Sam's New
tbe "Pearl of the Antilles," pleases
him immensely. We have scarf pins'
riDgs, lace pins, chatelaines, and other
novelties that are made from band-
some combinations of jewels in beau
tiful designs and attractive effects
that are suitable for birthday and
holiday gifts. Special inducements in
SNYDER & CO.,
Jeweiers and Opticians.
A. W. ATWOOD,
Successor to Smith & Parmele
PURK DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
STATIONERY AND CIGARS. PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES. DTES. PAINT,
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, TOILET
ARTICLES. PERFUMERY, SOAPS.
fcPONGES AND ALL VARIETIES OF
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. WINDOW
GLASS AND WALL PAPER. HUMPH
REY'S, LUTIE'S AND MUNION'S
HOMOEPATHIC REMEDIES, PURE
CALIFORNIA WINES AND LIQUORS
FOB MEDICINAL USES. IN FACT,
EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT FOR
SALE IN FIRST CLASS DRUG STORES.
rescriptions Carefully Compounded
South Sid. Main Street,
To all Suffering
TU1K1SH LOST MANHMB CAPSULES tlX$JZ3&
Kerve Tower. It will positively reMuro tliem
"to a healthy and happy conditio. De ot consider when you are losiuR sl, fornct evet)il.nij,
when yon are eettin thinner, yea seem fatijuej. have pain in your sack, your lt e. t k.
snd you have lost all aanbltW yea look f airly well, there not much cms.de .Irruy. hut
Tour mind know all about it you are waatinn i.y ih.u;-. ,
Were a trurden Wi you. Do not despair, a fur Captnlc never fail to em e every caM.
. i ... Mhwnrf r?anulM will Doinelv restore vou to a healthy cot drlion.
onW do we say o. but will ratura tbe niaaey
. Kn hi 1 1 i .Al mm m aevere cane, dui
doe not cure. Tour money is returned, o vou
" -. . - .
.,itln. hnth mentally and physically.
for six base, so as to be able la contiaue until all are vsca op .
Mery. Solas! Weaksess, Nlrat Lasses. Laat ""-; 1
caeaetf hy Yeatlrfal Errers or Overlaealfeece ie Tekacoa. LJeaer
jTuli. TTtMT. $...00, with written Uuaiautec; biMbLS os.
- HAHN'S PHARMACY, 1Mb tad rraw Stu.'
Torfchh Issiyssi rtsay
royal I'll In, a poiuve remedy for
"bringing on montbly aenstrua.
tioR, a Gadaeud for married women.
Every womai auh. to have a box
or two en band a- as e avaid dlaas
wotntcaeat anrf delay. 5Lr
(alias aura -to the day. 1.00 rsa
Box bt Mail. S ,
1Kb sad Paraaei Sts. OMASA. RES.
WWtebreast Coal Yard
Lincoln Avenue and
H. M. SOENNICHSEtf, M'g'r
Large Supply of All the
Including the Famous.
Jackson Hill and
Cannon City Lump,
Always cn hand -Alno a quantity of cheaper
Grades of NUT COAL.
We also keep
on hsnd all
xinas or . ..
All orders i roroptly delivered to anv rrt
of the 'city. Leave orders at pro
eery stor-j of A. II. Weckbach A C .
Manufacturers of . . .
. . . All kinds of . . .
Krug Brewing Co.
Schlitz Bottled Beer.
Goods Delivered to any part of the
city w Ithout extra charge. '
l t im-il, Plattf month N .,
Fine Billiard and Pool Tables
HOTEL RILEY ANNEX ,
ED DONAT, Prep.,'
The Cc icDiJteu rvnheuscr-Busch
Beer on oru'ht, and' a full
line of the finest
Wines and Liquors
And Union-Made Cigars con
stantly on hand.
Fine Bottled Goods a Specialty.'
From 9 to 11 o'clock erery morning.
- - CHEAP POWER - -THE
BROWN GASOLINE ENGINE,
COLUMBUS MACHINE CO.,
L. C. SHARP.I
Men and Women!
in every caae where it doe not fully enre. (fl tue
iz uuiri win vuiv auv ..-
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