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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1889)
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FOR TEN DATS, COMMENCING
WE WILL OFFER AT SPECIAL SALE
Dress Goods audi SiikSo- Fine Wool Dress G-oodls
In the Latest Spring Shades, also Black and Colored Silks, the Finest Line in
the City at Cut Prices for this Sale only. We Offer also
48-Inch. Blaclr BLACK LACE ITOVELTIiS 42-Inch. Black BLACK. SILK WASP
ALL-WOOL IN BLACK mmmMLfLm MfTlt A TT BlftClS
HENRIETTA B U W 7 1 W C S Dress G-oods W 00L - SURAH. TUPFETA LAINE. HENEIETTA-
Aft ELEGAfoTl.V SELECTED LINE OF
mi (Mmfl SSI
SS and S jl-Hncfli IHUack IFaiile, HBlack Kr& Strain, HBlack ura&is Colored lPalle Isa
TTniaN ESrowns, Mavy and Kreen and a line of (Colored HDres sd&
FOE TEN". DAYS
IRiriLtDOSS itonr" 'QT'Jhu.iLss SUslIL O2LH.i3.-5r..
The Plattsmoutb Daily Herald.
K3STOTTS BBC EL,
Publishers & Proprietors.
THE PLATTSMOUTH HERALD
Is published every evening except Sunday
enabled to do so. This is the opinion of
every lawjer who has given the question
anj consideration at all. So those in
tending to go to the "Promised Land,"
as they call it, need not be in a hurry
luey had. best pat in their spring crops
where they now are, for the majority
and Weekly every Thursday morning. Regis- ti..t ;,- thnra r iwmr nnrl thev
tered at the postofflce. Piatumouth. Nebr.. luat,.are, K,n5 tUere arf P,or Rna. tne,T
are liaoie to ue poorer 11 mey wait in
they get there before planting.
second-class matter. OOlce corner of Vine ami
Fifth streets. Telephone Mo. 38
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The law restricting the manufacture
and sale of nitro-glvcerine, deadly
poisons, etc., is sumptuary, as it restrain?
personal libertp. The personal-liberty
martyrs deserre sympathy.
It is many years since the cable hss
brought from Europe news pointing to a
decrease of armament But now comes
the announcement that one-half of the
Servian army has been disbanded. This
will leave the standing army about 100,
000 strong, and will relieve a number f
very poor families of a great load of taxation.
Caxnel coal in large quantities has
been discovered in Alaska, the mineral
products of which territory seem to be
far in excess of the most .sanguine ex
pectation. Its future wealth will be
enormous, for even in its present unde
veloped condition its annual revenues,
acco d'nsj to the govirnor's report, ex
The grand jury of Conway county,
Ark., has adjourned, and as was pre
dicted, no indictment was returned
against Clayton's assassins. Judge Cun
ningham delivered his charge to the
jurors all right and the state offered a
big reward but it looks to an outsider as
if it was all done as a blind as no at
tempt furthur was made to bring the
asaassing to justice.
Oklahoma can not be opened up before
July 1st even if the president issues hir
proclamation on the first day he i--
OUR MEXICAN TRADE.
m i i . .
inare can ue noaouut out toe im
portance of cultivating friendly relations
of a commercial character with Mexico
She is our nearest neighbor, and should
be bound to us much closer than she is at
present. Her government is in many re
spects similar to ours; her interests are
the same as ours in various directions;
and there is no reason why the trade be
tween the two countries should fail to be
a source of mutual and considerable
profit. But as a matter of fact we do
not sell her even a reasonable proportion
of the products she has to buy. and do
not purchase from her one-fourth as
much as we should. Orcat Britain,
France and Germany control her mar
kets and practically shut us out. That
is to say, goods are brought from those
countries and sold t her people in such
quantities as we never send there. By
some means our advantage in the way of
location is neutralized, and other nations
reap lenefits which logically and proper
ly belong to us. Where the trouble
lies it is difficult to determine; but cer
tainly there is something decidedly
wrong some where, or our Mexican com
merce would be much larger and more
The proposition to appoint a senate
committee for the investigation of the
matter is a good one. There should be
a careful and thorough effort made to
get at the facts in the case, and to ascer-
ain what legislation is needed to secure
our ilue snare ot a trade winch is
being monopolized by European nations.
t must be that Mexico would prefer to
lo business with us, the conditions and
nduceuients being equal; and surely we
can offer us favorable terms as any otlirr
country. There are many millions of
dollars of American capital invested in
her railroads and other enterprises; and
our merchants are constantly soliciting
patronage in her principal cities and
towns. But in spite of this, the bulk of
the trade goes to Great Britian, France
and Germany. We manufacture every
thing that she need9, and have use for
everything that she produces; and vt-t we
re beten at every point by competitors
on the other side of the Atlantic. The
ew administration is pledged to do all
it can for the promotion of friendliness
with all the countries of the Western
Hemisphere; and it should begin by giv
inc earnest attention to the situation a
Mexico. We have more to gain time
than in any other country. Political as
well as geographical and industrial rm
sons are in our favor, if we can but con
trive to give them proper effect. The
hinderancea, whatever they are, should
be removed as soon as possible, and in a
spirit of neighborly kindness. For want
of such action, we are losing a large
measure of profit which would otherwise
come to us. Our Mexican trade can ba
made ten times as valuable as it has ever
yet been; and the sooner we take thenec
essary steps far that purpose the better it
will ba for our commercial welfare and
progress. uiooe Democrat.
THE CITIZENS .
5E5 TXT I
PLjATTSMO UT1I, - NEBRASKA.
OAPITAL STOCK PAID - $50,000
Authorized Capital, $100,000.
JBANK CARRUTH, JOS. A. CONNOR,
W. H. CUSHINO. Cashier.
Frank Carrutb J. A. Connor, F. R. Gutbmann
J. W. Johnson, Henry Bceck, John O'Keefe,
W. D. Merriam, Win. Wetencamp, W.
HAS THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
JJ"o lencthy advertisement is necessary
to bolster up Dr. Sage s Catarrh Kennedy
B. 4b M. Time Table.
GOING WK4T. GOING EAST.
No. 1. :36 a. m. No. 2. 4 :29 p. m.
No. 3. B :0l D. m. No. 4. 10 :29 a. m.
No, 5.-7 :47 a. m. No. 6.-7 :13 p. m
No. 7.--e :50 p. m. No.JlO. 9 :44 a. m,
No. 9.-6 :17 p. m.
A1 trains run dailv by war of Omaha, except
Nos. 7 and 8 which run to and from 8chuylr
daily axcept Sunday.
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Interest by Giving Him a Ca
"E,l.ttsxo.C3U.tlx. - TnTVt-
Fransacta a General Banking Business. A 1
who have any Banking business to transact
are invited to call. No matter fa
large or small the transaction, it
will receive our careful -attention,
and we promise always cour
Issues Certificates of Deposits bearing interest i
Buys and sells Foreign Exchange, County
and Citv securities.
H3 A. ZLST IEC 1
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA,
Offers the very best facilitias for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
stocks. Bonds, Gold, Government and Loctl
securities Houfjni ana sold, Deposits receiv
ed and interest allowed on time Certifi
cates, Drafts drawn, available In any
part of the United States and all
the principal towus of
In the city, which he is offering :it Prices that will make them sell.
A complete line of Window Curtains at a sacrifice. Picture
Frames in great variety. You can get everything you need.
You can buy it on the installment plan, pay so much each
month and you will soon have a line furnished house
and hardly realize the cost. Call and see.
SIXTn STREET, BET. MAIN AND VI KE.
C3-0 TO HENRY BDEGII'S
Collections made & promptly remitted
Highest market prices paid far County War
State and County Bonds.
Parlor, Dining 'Room and Kitchen
John K. Clark,
D. Haks worth
P. k. White.
DR. SAOO CATARRH REMEDY.
Symptom of Catarrh. Headache, :
obstruction of nose, discbarges falling Into
throat, sometimes) profuse, watery, and acrid.
Bank of Cass County!
Cor. Main and Fifth Sis., Plattsmouth.
PAID UP CAPITAL : 50.WK)
C. IT. Pabmfle Presidei t
I ked Gorder Vice President
J. M. Pattrkson C;i8hh-r
J a 8. Patterson, Jit Ass't Cashier
' II. Parmele. .1. M. Patterson, Fred Gorder,
1 . It. Smith, R. B. Windham, B. S. Ramsey,
HE OWNS HIS OWN BUILDING,
PAYS INTO RENT
And therefore can sell you goods for less
Money than any other dealer in the city.
IIE ALSO HAS A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
HEARSE FURNISHED FOR ALL FUNERALS.
blood v and putrid : eyea weak. rimrinK in ears.
lmculty or Clearina-tnroat, eiDectO- ft Hnnnnn Dnr.Hnirnniinnn mnn..i.(nl
ation of offensive matter: breath offensive! tt UuiiGidl BuLaliiJi CUbllluuA 11 uIlidUICQ
deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expect o-
reath offensive s
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pre 8-
COR. MAIN AND SIXTH STREETS.
cvunts Solicited. Interest al'ovrd on tint
entatonce. Thousands of cases result In on ' '"po.sn.i, anu prompt fiientiou jjiven to all
umption. and end in the grave. ' business entrusted to its care.
Bv its mild, soothinr. and bealinr nronertiM. 1
ur. saye s itemear cures trie worst cases.
WM. L. BRQ W N E,
P Tsonal attention to all Business Entrust-
to my care.
I oniee and residence corner of Seventh street
and Was' Irgton Avenue. Telephone No. 80.
rnrinic Dis-aae and Dise-iscs ol Women an
HOTABY IX O STICK.
Titles Examined. Abstarcts Comniled in
surance Written, Real Eatate Sold.
Uneqnaled as a Liver Pill. Smallest, cheap
est, easiest to take. One Pellet a Doae.
Cure Sick Headache, Billons Headache,
IMzzineaa, ConatipaUou. Indiareatton,
Ittuoui jtuaciLat iaa u uenngemeoia oi ; uuinireu a sin-ciaity. UtUce hours, 9 to 11 a. m
lif WWm WW mi Mwm vt Mtims s ius auu lo v p. iu.
Better Facilities for makin? Farm Loan tban
I'lattttmoufu, - Nebraska
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Htzpera-d Block. Platumoutli. Neb.
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