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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1894)
Tin-: wkkki.y im-kald, i'la itsmoi tii. m:i!i:aska. ai-uii. i::. i.sih.
New Spring Goods
for ;it the
Mayor. Mr. Nellli
M(i. o, Mrs.
letters remaining tim-allcd
I 'bit t kiuomI li po-tolli(--, April
TWO SCHOONERS LOST.
I'reeiniiu, lion. M.
Both Wrecked on he
i 'i ' vr r- ii i in. m i; v -k .
Selielchiiil. Mrs. Willx-r Uiit
Persons onl I ing for same please -ny
CREWS FOUND WATERY GRAVE?.
The Celebrated Anheuser Butch
Bock beer now on tap at the Casino
saloon, Phillip Thierolf, agent. Cor
ner Fourth and Main street.
Ketuembor L. Hauor the Omaha
picture man will be m the Kockwood
block on the 15th.
GIVE JOE A CALL
Before You Purchase
as it will be
To Your Interest.'
The democrats have been having
their inning In unseating' ineumlents
belonging to the opposition party in
the house. In the eurly days of the
olst congress, when the republicans
had a alight majority which they de
sired to increase, thev officially lu-
hepded democratic members with sau-
vit and dispatch. It was in those days
that Czar Heed ued to count quorums
whether or no. and when the dem
ocrats who crowded into the cloak
rooms to avoid voting came in sight
again on the floors, lo and behold, an
other of their number had boan swept
out of his seat. All last week the dem
ocrats were trying to oust the repub
lican?. Somehow or other it is very
hard to pet a democratic quorum
these days, and the speaker persist
ently refuses, despite the bribes of Mr,
Reed, to count the republicans as they
calmly remain in their seats and say
neither yea nor nay. Sueaker Crisp lias
had enough worry to make him res
pectably hoary headed when he takes
his seat among the salons of the upper
I am selling more wall paper, and at
lowest prices than anv dealer in
Plattsmouth. The largest stock, aud
most styles to select from. Give me a
call. O. II. Snyder.
Anheuser Busch Bock beer now on
sale at the Casina saloon. I'hillip
Thierolf, agent. Corner 4th and Main
ISIiiitlini; storms and ll .iv M.tifi- K -
cue Impossible Mot Severe Jale In
Fourteen Year Now Jersey o'ilirru
Trains Abandoned Small Vessel M idol
High and Dry.
Losu Branch, N. J.. April li - Dur
ing Wednesday the most seven- n nth
east gale, with heavy ram and .snow m
14 year3 prevailed along tlie coast. . j us
ing much damage to the bulkheads onl
shipping;. At Morgan, along the; line of
the New York and Long Branch rail
road, the tide was higher than has been
known in 10 years. At Matawan and
Keyjort, the tide backed up to such an
extent that the meadows surrounding
these places are inundated, and some of
the smaller vessels, which have 1 en ly
ing at their docks, have broken loose and
drifted out npon the meadows, so that
when the storm abates and the tide falls
they will be left lying: high and dry. The
New JersP3 Southern trains running be
tween Seabright and Highland beach
have all leen abandoned. Directly oj
posite the Highland ltench station, the
3-masted schooner Kate Marke came
ashore. It was at first reported that the
entire crew weie lost, but later reports
show that two of the men were saved.
I'u.il l I :ipil i I
ll I In very I
f t'-V.H li - !
i ii-1 li ti i if
STOCKS. ImiihIx. -old. i.nv! i-i ini-.it mil im-.i'
securities iioujlit an. I s,., nt t-. ro
c; i vml Jtiiil In t -ri-.tl n ! Inwnl on I he it II-
IVltlX brilfl- ai;itl, .-iVrtll.l!,!,. n ,,y
uurt nf the t .-. :iii l nil 1 1. priii ;ip
town nf Kuropo. ulli ot : his inuiio ii n i
promptly rem.ltcil llijh.--,! mut'Lot
price pit Id for -tit i t v viiranls. st.tie
Mini ciiiinty !ini(l-.
.lull ii I Mrr.i'fl,
. Vt ii .. ii. i . .; i
fiillii l'il;i r.i l. ir- .
I I I A .
la n ii fact u rcr of tin if hole-ilr
.ind KcCiiil Diiilct in tlir
Ktenmer AllMrt Smitli Wrcekeil.
Mansqitax, N. J., April 12. The furi
ous gales and high tides which prevailed
here Twsdaj night and Wednesday have
left their mark all along the Jersey
coast. Along the Jersey Central railroad
to Tom's river, the high tides have done
enormous damage, and the sea has over
flowed the shore and formed little lakes
for a considerable distance. The beach,
far down tin- coast is strewn with wreck
age, in the luMglit and tury ot the
storm, the three-masted schooner Albert
W. Smith was driven ashore at a ioiiit
inidwav between Seabright and Manh
attan. In less than half an hour after
the vessel struck she was pounded into
kindling wood. Eight men. it is said.
composed the crew of the Smith, not one
of whom has fieen seen since their boat
was wrecked, and it is unlikely that any
man of the crew has survived.
A I CI.L LINK '
Tobacco and Smokers Articles
ALWAYS IX ST(K.
H. H. BANCROFT,
A wo; k of I 00 inn,, ri il folio pages,
two', vi-by sixteeh ihi-hes. printed on
liie liiu'st eiia mt-li-d paper on th"
Mii-hlo pi-i-ss. .s an i-xhilit in the
M ichiiiery hall. This wink' coptuins
L'" pa, I-of In pagiM i-.'ich. There will
2500 Snpurh Pictures !
Of .-ili -l.es, up to a full page.
elr pter on fairs of the past,
frtan tin: London Crystal
Palace of 1 S." 1 to the
I 'ii ris K. porit ion
oiit for a moment while
book is for all tho lino
COAL and WOOD.
MEISINGER & LOHMANN,
Dealers in Farm Implements, Wagons, Bug
gies, Safes, Pumps, Windmills
and Sewing Machines.
When Ail mn. In blUs.
Asked Kto for a kUs.
She puckered her lips with a ciw;
Gave a look soeest at ic
A ud answered ciiiphat.ii-
-t don't earn Adam, tf f do.'
We advise our friends to buy their
wall paper at Brown's Pharmacy, a?
you can save money by buying there
Pneumonia and measles seem
r.11 the rage In Plattsmouth these
Phillip Thierolf, is agent for the
Celebrated Anheuser Busch beef.
Bock bee. now on tap.' Casino saloon
Corner 4th and Main streets. :
A Hay Down.
A durable and strong team
onlv 21.00 P. Sauter.
Bennott & Tutt are sole agents for
the. celebrated Washburn & Crosby
is the finest in
Of goods wore unloaded at our warehouse last
week. K very body Is is invitod to call and in
spect our buggy ; m! carriage p:rlors. The largest stock in the county.
HIXTH AMI PKAIil. V.
jos nr H JPBTZBR
Has the nicest line of Boots and
Shoes in Plattsmouth and al
ways makes his prices Right.
Give him a call when in need of
anything in his line. His stock
is always new and fresh, and
you can depend on square deal
ing all the time.
Remember that Schulhof & Co., ai
waj's keep the finest of fruits, nuts,
candies and tobaccos in stock and have
the only oyster parlor in the city.
They cater to the best of the trade.
All kinds of garden soeds in pack
ages and in Bulk at Bennett & Tutt's.
In next week's issue of TnE Herald
you will find a full pa?e advertisement
for Herold & Son. containing long lists
of prices of their new spring goods.
Messrs. Herold & Son are one of our
most progressive firms, and are up to
the times in advertising as well as in
their well appointed general merchan
dise store. Their enterprise deserves
your attention and patronaga.
We wish our county correspondents
would try and be a little more regular
in sending in the news.
Pt-ach Crop SiiHiti-iI.
SKAHKiiiliT. TV. J.. Ann I 1 Thi.f.fTWf
of the storm has been devastating
throughout this state. Furious gales
and monstrous seas have wrought havoc
and destruction along the Jersey coast
Buildings, trees, telegraph and telephone
wires, railroad tracks, embankment?
wharves and fences all yielded to the
destructive fury of the elements. Incal
culable damage was done to fruit crops
The peach crop suffered, particularly and
it is leareit ttie entire crop will prove a
failure. Farmers throughout the state
will be heavy sufferers.
Itock Islam! Jtohliors Caught.
Exid, (). T., April 12. Word has been
received that two of the Rock Island ro1
bers who rode away ou horses when the
shooting began, had been overtaken at
Hennessey. Thej' will be taken to
Wichita to avoid lynching. One of the
captured robiers has made a full confes
sion. He says that the rob1er who was
shot dead by the guard was named Bill
Rhodes, alleging, that he was an old
member of the James gang, and came
from. Clay county, Missouri. Rhodes,
alias Pitts, had a claim adjoining Cole
Dalton's, in Oklahoma.
Will Join the Californiaitcs.
Denver, April 12. Captain W. L.
Grayson, who started out with Bert
Hamilton's silver legion, and deserted in
disgust, is organizing an armj' hero to
join the California crowd. The captain,
who served in the British army, is con
vinced, that the Coxey movement, if
backed by honest workingmen, will be
productive of good. He says a wealthy
Populist has offered to give 10,00() to
the travelers as soon as Kelly's army ar
rives from Utah.
Bankrupt Stock of
SHOES S 7 SHOES'!
I have purehaaod purchased part of the stock of O. J. Lewi, assign
ment, at St. Louis. Also of the MURPHY stock
nr.d the goods will go at
Before Buying Call and See
W. A. BOECK, Plattsmouth. Neb.
South Side Main St. 3 doors East Halt's Meat Market.
"The Impei ial Portrait Studio'frotn
South Omaha will open a branch in
this city, and our customers witl be
We buy our good direct from tho
factory, thus save the middle man's
profit, and sell the goods to you much
cheaper this year. Brown's Pharmacy.
Sweat pads only 25 cents P,
Health makes wealth, and Gering's
Sarsaparilla is the great health restorer.
- Buy the Keystone, cornplanter at
Meisingerand Lohmans. Coing now
at $35.00 each.
41500 to loan on farm security on
first or second mortgage. J. M. Leyda.
All kinds of canned fruits, vege
tables and meats at Bennett & Tint's.
Kirkapoos Refuse to Select Laud.
Oklahoma City, O. T., April 12.
Only 12 more days remain in which the
Kickapoos can volantarily take their
allotments. There are about 100 who
refuse to select lands. The proposal of
Secretary Hoke Smith to sell the lands
remaining after all of allotments are
made is bitterly opposed by every resi
dent of Oklahoma.
V ii rdi ami ullict'. li4 South Third M ivi-t
I ' L A TTS MO UT II . A'KBUAS K A .
E FURNISHING GOODS.
STOVES AND UAXOES.
Our slot!, in nil I inrs is -iiiup: vtu aim vn in
vito our frit-mis to come in mil look n
throuuh. will enileaviir to pi sc
yon. When n the i-ily nail .hi !
STRE1GHT & SATTLE,
(Successors lo f,-n:y Itoo.-L.i
PLiATTSMOTH. - NEB
;: (I should !.' ill every linine.
Sold by Subscription
Only i.n easy payments of
64 Os a Day
l'nf further particulars apply to
W. W. COATES,
Agent for this County.
I'I ATI'S IIUI I II, NKJt.
Will jivn -pi-uial attention to ju
entrusted to him.
Oku: K t'nion llloek,
I '1:1 tl -moll II.
e' First Class Work Cuarantcd.
Work V Delivered.
Corner oth and Pearl.
For Atchison, St. .Joseph, Leaven
worth, Kansas City, St. Louis,
Mid nil points north,
e;;l , south O"
The Citizens' Bank,
To any point in the l":ted States or
Canada. For information
as to rates and
routes ail -d
C. F. Stoutenborough,
Colorado Land Company Insolvent.
Kansas Citv, April 12. Judge Philips
of the United States circuit court has ap
pointed J. E. Watkins receiver of the
Watkins Land and Mortgage compauy.
a Colorado corporatifn which owns
valuable tracts of land in Kansas. Mis
souri and Texas.
3.99 cents buys a dandy
ness. P. Sauter.
Worih its weight in gold. Ceriner's
Syrup of Tar and Wild cherry for
coughs and colda
Oregon Republican Nominate.
Portland, Ore., April 12. The Re
publican state convention met here for
the purpose of nominating a full set of
state officers for the election in June. W,
P. Lord of Marion county, a member of
the supreme bench, was nominated for
Progressive Euchre Players Indicted.
St. Joseph, Mo., April Vi. A great
sensation was created at Piatt City, Mo.,
by the action of the grand jury who
brought in indictments against about -to
of the leading ladies and gentlemen of
that place for indulging in progressive
Will Return at Old Wages.
Akhon", O., April 12. Nine hundred
employes of the Werner company, who
have been on ti strike since Monday for
the restoration of a 10 per cent cut, have
decided to return to work. The 200
pressmen and pressfeeders will stay out
for the old wages.
W. H. CL'SUINO, Pres.
J. W. JOHNSON, V.es-Pres.
FBED IIEIiM ANN, Ca-liY
A L'l'in-ri I nritiUin.; tmsi in--- t r :i n:ifi -J.
INTEREST 0:1 deposits allowed as
follows: Four percent annual interest
if deposited three m-inths. Six per
cent annua' interest if deposited one
I- YYrlRrimurmf& tiff '- ':Uit ' ' ' ' ik(lii
This is ;m entirnly now
device for controlJinz
Miiji.nro mid U the very
lest pl;m that ti:M ever
lic-tn put before the pno
lie for this distressing
ii III ietion. It will control
tno hernia without i-h us- ,
1 11 K soreness or itiafintr.
I'or p irtic-ulnrs eail on
Dr. V. A. Unrnphery,
1 ;Ti 1
3 i WWM
Carrie Orene King
Save the Children
By Purifying Their Biood
Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Pure
Bfo-, Cures Scrofula, Etc.
"My experieuee with Hood's Sarsaparilla b&i
lx?en very effictlve. M; iTUle girl, five yer.
old, had for four yoffs a had skin disease. Hei
arms and limbs would hreak out In a ma s ol
sores, tiisohar'n yellow matter. She would
scratch the eruptions as though it gave rellot
and tear open the sores.
Two Bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparilla caused the eruptions to heal sad
and the scabs pealed off, aftr which the ktn
became soft and smooth. As a family medicaid
Wall paper at reduced prices. Sny
der is selling it. He has the largest
stock latest styles lowest prices in
Always ud to
tho mark. Uering &
Open to College AtliIet-.
Chicago, April V.. The Chicago Ath
letic association is completing arrange
ments for a general track and field meet
ing to be open to the athletic gentlemen
of all colleges in the west and to be heh
here June 2.
we believe Hood's Sarsaparilla has no equal and
I recommend it." W. L. Kivc, Bluff Dala, Tex.
Hood's Pills are the bet family cthrtii;,
actus acl eZizXtt. Iry tox, ii setu.
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