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I THE SEMI-WEiEKLY NEWS-HERALD
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1'euee Di'i liiml ItftiiM'ii CMiiu mill .ln:ni
After t:xteiiHite Conference.
London, April 1. The Times cor
respondent in Shanghai says:
IA Hung Chang's- son-in-ln w tolc
irraphs that tho treaty of peace v:is
fdirncd in Hhlmonoki today, April 15,
and th;tt tho tornis aro:
FirHi The independence ofCoro.t.
Seeond Japan's retention of the
Third .Japan's retention of the ter
ritory east of tho Uao river.
Fourth Permanent cession of For
mosa. Fifth Indemnity of $100,000,000.
Sixth An offensive and defensive
alliat.ee between China and .la pun.
A Itiiniy .Mistake.
Mrs. Nasse, probata clerk in the
county judge's oflice, has been poing
through tho old records getting them
properly indexed and more methodi
cally arranged. Several funny mis
takes have boon noted, one of which
was of peculiar interest to Chris Wohl
fartti, who found that he had obtained
license- to wed not his wife but a
younger sister. In other words ho had
no right to tnarry his own wife, and,
so far as tho record is concerned, he
had not married her. Chris failed to
see where tho fun tamo in, and ho
hustlod around until ho irot tho error
corrected by tho judge that issued the
license thirteen years ago. and the
minister who tied tho marital knot.
A Slight Wtir Cloud.
Governor George Trissler, a South
Park saw and piano artist, got mixed
up in wordy combat with Major Louck,
a prominent citizen of the sarau locali
ty.'' Lcuck wanted to transfer his
neighbor to the happy hunting grounds
but Tressler thought ho could hardly
be spared at this time when the out
look for a republican victory and a big
erop next fall were both so promising.
Ile,therefore,demurred,as lawyers say.
and caused n warrant to be issed for
Major Licuck, who will have to settle
with Judgo Archer tomor row moi'ii-
If you want roses in any color for all
summer blooming out of doors, leave
orders with Donaghue, tho florist, op
posite the postolTico in Omaha. We set
out a bed of Don agh lie's roses last
May and within two weeks they begun
blooming and were never entirely out
of bloom until freezing weather came.
Mr. D. has all the leading varieties
and wonderfully cheap, too, lr to 2i
cents each When you call mention
The Missouri Pacific will sell homo
seekers' excursion tickets April "ord
at the rate of one regular fare for the
round trip plus $2 to all points in
Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Indian
Territory, Kansas, Missouri, New
Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah nnd
Wyoming. Limit, twenty days. Stop
overs allowed. For particulars in
quire of C. F. Stoutenborough, agent
At White's Opera House.
Thursday evening, April IK, at 8
p. m. a novel and interesting enter
tainment will be given, called a "Trip
Through the Mammoth Packing House
of South Omaha," with a stereoptieon.
A phonograph that can be heard all
over the hall is an interesting feature.
'Admission, 25 cents.
English Spavin Liniment removes
all hard, soft or calloused lumps and
blemishes from horses, blood spavins,
enrbs, splints, sweeney, ring-bone,
stifles, sprains, ail swollen . throats,
coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful blemish cure ever known. Sold by
F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists, Platts
Low Kate to Onialiu.
The Missouri Pacific will sell round
t. ip tickets to Omaha at rate of one
and one-third faro on account of the
Gilmore musical festival to be held at
Boyd's opera house April 19th and
20th. Inquire of C. F. Stoutenborough,
COLLMiE II ILL.
Easter Sunday was a big day at the
College Hill Catholic church.
Small grain is doing fine and farm
ers are preparing the ground for corn.
The Misses Hayes of Wabash spent
a few pleasant days with friends here.
Mrs. Carrie Tighe and her two boys
of Bradsnaw are visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. C. Schlater.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tighe of Platts
mouth spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Murphy of Center precinct.
A large crop of fruit of all kinds will
be raised if no bad frosts make their
annual visits late in the spring.
Miss Minnie Guthmann of Lincoln
spent Easter with friends at College
Hill. She is always a welcome visitor
Our old friend Dennis Doud and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Muldoon and daugh
ters of Greenwood attended services at
the Catholic church here Sunday.
We see the announcement of the
death of Charles Wheeler at Glen
wood, la. Mr. Wheeler in former
vears was living on a farm near hero
and was highly respected.
We noticed tho happy and smiling
faces of our Plattsinouth lady friends,
the Misses Cagney, Clark, Neville and
Tighe. They sang at the Easter ser
vice at the Ce'iege Hill Catholic
Tho roll of our
roes is still
: !n r has ro-
increasing, )r a
Milton a Dutch ;
fro. .i In r
lie-::iiu a French and
a'lii.; .'-'.l. " Mussulmans,
however, was n t, of course, "tho name
piveu to French soliiicrs, " nor dues hut
Irago mean hunger, though some
times it is not remotely connected with
There is something solemn in tho
statement that " Docket his grave was
made a pilgrim," and u false etymology
possibly suggested that "guerrillas were
men who saw to tho guillotine," and
that Doomsday Book was so called "bo.
can so it wis to last till the crack of
doom." And, lastly, hero are tho two
most recent contributions to goncral
history: "Nelson lived in tho reign
of Victoria and defeated tho French un
der Blueher at Waterloo," and, again,
"tho battle of Trafalgar was fought at
Waterloo, when Napoleon commanded
tho Prussians and Nelson was 6hot for
going on deck." In-geography also tho
answers are somewhat at variance with
proooncoivod notions. It appears that
'Derby is noted for races, Sheffield for
Sheffield ponies and Bolton fur its ah
bey. " Honolulu is "a palace in the cap
ital of Spain" and Helvellyn "a largo
volcano in Scotland." A crater is
straight iino which is very hot, " and
tho chief foods of India are "tea, coffee,
rice and raw silk." Possibly few people
know what dikes are. It is this way:
"When a country in below tho sea,
dikes are big sticks to hold up the va-
tor. " We are glad to know, on one au
thority, that "tho Albert Nyanzu is so
called becauso it was discovered by
Prince Albert," but it suggests painful
thoughts to bo informed that "Liviug-
stono went on exploring till his boots
were quito worn out." There is, how
ever, a certain element of truth lu the
fctatemont that "l -ama is noted for
yellow mud, which sticits to tho fingers
of thoso who make it. "
Tho English language itself is a fer
tile sourco of error. Such spellings as
"bearheadod" are not uncommon. Tho
masculine of goose is duck, and tho
feminine of horse is cow. Tho plural of
lady is gentleman, and the masculine of
vixen is brute. Abstract nouns aro
".things you cannot see, .such as gas and
thunder," or as one boy put it with a
delicate vein of irony "a thing you
cannot fee! namely, conscience.
The Origin of Point Lace.
A little known example of inventive
genius in woman is that afforded by
Barbara Uttman of Saxony and her
point lace so long inTashlohable use aTT
over tho world. She invented tho proc
ess and apparatus for manufacturing
this beautiful handiwork, which has
sineo Kivi n employment to millions of
operators, and which, in its line, has
never been excelled. Tho apparatus
looks like a long pincushion bristling
with pins arranged to outlino tho pat
tern or design. Tho operator manages
from 10 to 50 peculiar spools, allowing
the thread to feed over the pins alter
nately until the design is completed.
Tho spools or bobbins aro purposely of
different colors, so as to bo easily distin
guishable. The process is slow and diffi
cult to learn. Miss Uttman founded
schools, where thousands learned it.
Since her time, when inventive ability
was rare, even among men, her ideas
have been incorporated in tho construc
tion of machinery by which tho laco is
produced at wonderful lower rates, and
yet Barbara Uttman 's lace still sur
passes all. London Lady.
Seamanship Vast ami Present.
In the past seamanship was tho chief
thing. In the present seamanship, in
the old and strict senso of tho world,
holds a very subsidiary place. When
tho winds and tho was w and tho tides
could not be forced anil had to be hu
mored, the mystery of dealing with
these elements was a worthy study for a
whole life. But today we force the
winds, tho waves and the tides, and
humor them very littlo. Tho seaman is
in process of becoming tho engineer.
Every year ho becomes more and more
the engineer, and I am certain that a
much briefer experience of the sea than
was formerly needed is now required to
ward tho formation of the good officer.
Louis Philippe and Soult.
Louis Philippe knew that Marshal
Soult clung to power, and that his fall
would be bitter to him. But when the
time came the future ministers, with
Thiers at their head, were assembled at
the Tuileries, while in the next room
Louis Philippe broke the news to Soult
Tho interview took a long time, and the
new ministers were not without some
apprehension. Finally the door was
opened just enough to allow the king's
queer pear shaped head to pass, and he
whispered: "A little patieuco, gentle
men. Just a littlo patience we are
weeping together." San Francisco Ar
gonaut. Looking? Forward.
"Young man," said the female physi
cian, "you aro bad way. I'll con
tinue to call on yon.'
Tho sufferer raised himself on his el
bow, looked at her tenderly and said,
"I've no objection, but I would advise
you first to see papa. " Adams (Mass.)
Ilia Rutins Passion. -
"There's one good thing to be 6aid
about Thompkins. He is perfectly
"Of course lie is. He is too stingy to
make an extravagant statement."
Iowa Falls Citizen.
Peter the Great of Russia is said to
have known by name every officer and
soldier in his bodyguard of 1,000 men.
The genuine Damascus blades that
could be bent into a circle cost from
$500 to 1 1,000.
A good fresh milk cow for sale. In
quire of D. A. Young or address Mur
Judge Dundy and Judge Kinor o!
Wyoming will open federal court in
Bennett & Tutt have a full line ol
dried and canned fruits which they
ate selling cheap.
Mrs. Anna Graves vs. Arthur E.
Cioss is tho title of a case filed in the.
district court today.
fJryon Clark and Chas. Parroele,
tho last of tho Elkhorn Valley hun
ters, aro expected homo tomorrow.
Go to Tom Walling for roliablo J
s tracts. Conveyancing a specialty. J
tmico nisi door east oj thocouurt hose
For early Koso and early Ohio seed
potatoes, liico's & Ferry's garden;
seed and onion sots, etc., go to A.
Ed M. McMaken and family came
down Sunday to visit with relatives.
Ed is in the employ of tho B. & M. iit
Do not buy a piece of silvorwaro or
jewelry without seeing A. L. Cole
man's stock of now, bright and up to
da to goods.
Dr. A. Shipman, ofl'ieo in Riley ho
tel, Main street entrance, telephone
95. Residence one block south of the
Missouri Pacific depot.
Rev. George W. Mitchell of Frank
lin, Neb., came in last night for a
brief .visit with his father, Thomas
Mitcholl and other relatives.
Early Ohio seed potatoes, bluegrass,
and white clover seed, and all kinds of
garden seed both in bulk or packages
at Bknnktt & TlTTTS.
April 25th is the date fixed upon for
the splendid Thurston Rille Concert
company at White's opera house.
Wait for it and you will not regret it.
Frank Morgan, W. D. Jones, Tom
Patterson, Frank Dickson, F. G.
Fricke and A. WT. White went over
to Waubonsie this morning after
Born At 4 a. m. April 10, a daugh
ter to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sage. They
reside near the old power house. Dr.
Schildknecht was tho surgeon that
Star lodge D. of II. will givo a ball
Friday evening April 19 at White s
operft'hOuse, to which all are cordially
invited. Dance tickets, 50e; specta
tors, 10 cents.
Svea Lodge A. O. U. W. gave a
splendid social at Iv. of P. hall Satur
day evening. The attendance was
larere and quito a neat sum was made
from the sale of lunch baskets.
We are pleased to note the attend
ance of a number of young people from
Eeight Mile Grove and vicinity at
church Sundav niirht. Come again,
we are always ready to extend a hanJ
The special train on the Burliugton
for the Omaha concert will leave this
city at 0:10. Fare for the round trip
only 75 cents. Returning it will leave
Omaha thirty minutes after the con
cert is over.
Chas. Johnson, wife and daughter
will leave this evening for Rock Is
land to attend the wedding of II. P.
Brown, a brother of Mrs. Johnson.
They expect to be absent two or
C. Brekenfeld is the only agent in
this city for genuine .Nebraska grown
flower field and garden seed. Thiy
were raised in Burt county for the Om
aha seed company and their purity and
germinating qualities are guaranteed
G. F. S. Burton and family will
move back to Plattsmotth this week
and occupy the old Johnson homestead.
Mr. B. will continue his paper at the
Junction which has become a flourish
ing feature of Mills county.
The M. P. has made arrangements
to hold the night train at Omaha
Saturday until after the concert given
by Thomas' orchestra. This will five
our people an opportunity to hear this
musical combination and return home
the same evening.
Detecting the liig Muddy.
Alex Schlegel, draughtsman in.the
office of Land Commissioner Rus
sell, is turning out an elegant piece
of work in the form of a map showing
the right bank of the Missouri river
bounding Nebraska on the north.
This map is to be used by a commis
sion, authorized by the legislature to
act with a like commission from Dakota
in ascertaining the true boundary
line. The legislative act refe.s to
only one county. Cedar county, but
Mr. SchlegePs work shows that the
river has sadly wandered alon the
north of Dakota county, leaving alarge
tract of Nebraska land north of the
river. The sum of $1,500 has been
appropriated and with that amount
at its disposal the commission will be
enabled to deal with all the crooks
in the river. Both commissions must
report two years hence to their re
spective legislatures, and then in the
course of time when congress ratiGes
the agreement, the job wiil have been
settled. No one knows where the
Missouri river will be making its bed
by that lime. At one point it now
goes eight miles where it formerly
travelled thirty three miles. State
Ml ICICAV I 'IK MS.
Dr. H. F. Brendel was in Omaha
Mrs. Elmer Good is
tives at Peru this week.
Mrs. J. A. Hankin made a . short
visit to Union Saturday.
Mont IJobb was in Omaha Thursday
purchasing summer gootls.
Mrs. llobb aud daughter. GusHie,
are visiting friends at Union.
D. J. Pitman is performing his
duties as assessor at present.
Will Nye was initiated into tho
Modern Woodman Saturday night.
F. ank McDanicls of Dunbar was
vihiling friends in Murray last week.
lames Walker has a number of
milch cows wffich he values at $50
Ben Frans went to Ced.i-f
Thursday on a licj",d- '1
J. A. Itankin spent a few days last
week in Cedar countv looking after
Wo aro pleased not to report so
much sickness in and around Murray
Mrs. J. W. Berger and daughter
Marie, spent Sunday with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Wiles of Plattsmouth
listened to Elder Reed's discourse Sun
Mrs. Richard Johnson was out rid
inglast Wednesday after a two months
siege of sickness.
- Sheiiff Eikenbery and daughter.
-Miss Anna, passed through Murray
en route to Weeping Water.
Bert Young says he is fond of
precious gems, but the one dearest to
him at present is ono called Pearl.
Elder Reed and Rev. Stewart de
livered their discourses to a goodly
sized audience at their entireties Sun
Elmer Good and Mont Robh make
the best pair of baehlors that we have
had tho pleasure of meeting for some
Mr. and Mrs. John Donlnn of Weep
ing Water stopped a few minutes in
Murray Sunday afternoon on their way
home from Plattsmouth.
- An oyster suppor was given.-, at the
residence of Levi Rusterholtz Thurs
day evening. Proceeds to e-o to the
U. B. church at Otterbein.
Alex Walker came in from Cotner
last Sunday via Omaha: Alex says
Cotner is a a good school and is well
pleased with its medical department
Roy Upton will have charge of the
Cedur Creek school until Steven
Frans, who is nursing a broken ankle,
is able to resume his duties as teacher
Miss Nettie Pitman gave a party
Thursday evening to her young
friends, and from all reports a most
enjoyable evening was spent in diff
County Commissioner Young was up
on our streets one day last week. This
is ono county officer upon which every
farmer who meets him bestows their
The great "flood sale" which T. V.
Davis advertised for last Saturday
was largely attended. Mr. Davis -vill
stock his store with new good and
invited attention as to price and
Chas. Banning' of Nehawka, spent
Sunday shaking hands with his many
friends here. We opine that Charley
has an eye on some of Murray's fairest
Dr. Brendel says he is now getting
a long-needed rest. The doctor says
there was more sickness hero this
spring than any at time since he came
to Murray ten years ago.
The Christian Sunday school will
have a misfonary rally beginning
April 5 to 29. State Superintendent
Humphry will bo hero and programs
are being prepared, so an interesting
rally is expected.
Tom Patterson and another gentle
man whose name we did not learn,
came out from Plattsmouth fcuoday
on their "wheels." They experienced
much difficulty in making the trip,
there being bad roads and a strong
An engineer, as hecloses the throttle
of his engine and pulls the whistle
for Murray, can easily guess the popu
lation, as nearly everybody in town
are at the depot. An engineer re
marked that this was a very danger
ous haDit, as inose usually in nign
gleo sometimes would forget them
selves and become victims of the
wheel and rail.
Major McCourt is in earnest about
selling out He wants to join his
family in California as soon as possible.
You can get everything in the grocery
and provision line at McCourt's at
actual cost for cash.
Those who have been favored with
credit are earnestly requested to come
fn and at least pay a part of what they
owe, . aicuHKi,
. Union Block Grocer.
Koehnke & Frahm, contractors and
builders. All kinds of carpenter work
promptly and skillfully attended to.
Estimates and plans furnished. Leave
orders at C. Brekenfeld s.
What Constitutes a
A plriislutf wlfi ami family
ami a ilcM.I.-d IhisIiuikI. I Imv
t'liiilliat Inoliainl please Ills
Win-? liy li;iii Ills liuliie
Ami i'f Course lie sure anil pur
chase. I lu lu r i iiii
Wlio carry tin' Finest. Line of
Willi 1'uper In Hie city ut
THICKS WIT' ' "- ut.' f Al l.
Will He Marrletl Tomorrow.
Henry Miller departed this morning
for Bedford, la., where he will bo
married tomorrow evening to Miss
Milda Pollard tit the home of her uncle
where she. resides Tho happy couple
will then come to Plattsmouth and
take up their resilience In the Vanatta
houso on North Fourth street. The
groom is well known hero as a steady,
industrious young man, in every way
worthy the handsome lady ho has
chosen for a br ide. Tllio Ni'.ws ex
tends its best wishes for success and
ttlllll ICt-Hunl, llllll.
Tho reader of this paper will ho ploased to
learn that there Is ut least, ono (Ircado.l dis
ease that science has been able lit cure in all
its stages, mi l that Is catarrh. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cu ro Is t lie on ly positive cure known
to tho medical fraternity, t'at.irrli helnc a
constitutional treatment,. Hall's Cat. nil
Cure Is taken internally, actiuir ilirecllyon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, t hereby tlest roylntr the foundation of
the disease, and srivinir tho patient strength
by buililiu-' up t lie constc tu Won and assisl -Ins
nature in doin .ts work. Tim proprie
tors have so much faith in its curative
Dowers, that they oiler one hundred dollars
for any cane t hut It fails to cu re. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address, 1-. J. CHK.NKV .V CO.. Toledo, O.
l'Sold by drujririsis. ?.";.
A Cold Subject.
Pure, cold, crystal ice. Contract
with us and g-et tho coldest ice on
earth. II. C Mc.Makkx & Son.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of ( Jana joliario, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps nr. Kino's
New Discovery in the house and his
family has always found the ve-y best,
results follow its use; that ho would
not be without it, if procurable. G. A.
Dvkenian I) uryist. Catskill, N'- V.,
says that Dr. King's New Discovery is
undoubtedly the best t'ouoh remedy;
that ho has used it in his family Tor
eig-ht years, and it has never failud to
do all that is claimed for it. Why not
try a remedy so lono- trioil and tested.
Trial bottles free at J- C Frii Ko it
Co., Drug- Sto"e. Itejjrul.tr ,si.. ;7ic.
( KhetimatiKiii Cured Iti ajl):iy.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause and tho
disease immediately disappears. The
first doso greatly benefits, 75 cunts.
Sold by F. G. Fricke Co., druggists,
.1. C. l'KTKUSKN
'Itefore Kanter anil Aft-r"
Will sell Hams and Uacon at lOe and
12ic per pound. Quality superior
mild cure, not salt y. Being fortunate
in securing a large amount before the
advance in prices, I will give tha
benefit to my patrons.
Hueklen's Arnit-a Sulve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers,salt Ilheum, fever
sores, tetter,chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required,
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For. sale by F. G. Fricke &
The 1'latte rry.
New cable, new boat, everything in
good running order at the Oreapolis
ferry. The river is in such shape that
the boat wili l)e run every day the en
J. W. Thomas and P. N. Noun,
Don't Toliarro Spit or Smoke Your Life
Is the truthful, startling title of a nook
about No-To-Dac, the harmless, guar
anteed tobacco habit cure that braces
up nicotinized nerves, eliminates the
nicotine poison, makes weak men gain
strength, vigor and manhood. You
run no physical or financial risk, as
No-To-Oac is sold by F. G. Fricke &
Co. under a guarantee to cure or
money refunded. Book free. Address
sterling tsemeay to., iew torn or
I J r exH m a k ! n g .
Mrs. S. II. Fisher and Miss Lizzie
Kroehler are prepared to do dress
making. Satisfaction guaranteed
' Prices to suit the times 1203 Walnut
A fine farm of 1H0 acres in this
county for -fC.oOO. One mile from
market. Timber and running water.
Apply to J. F. Ilinshavv, Plattsmouth,
Try The Semi-Weekly News.
Application for Saloon Li-ene.
Notice is hereby etven that I will apply to
the villaze board of I'nlon. Cass county, Nn
bruska. for a lieense to sell f piriiuoiii.
vinous and malt liquors in block one of saiit
villase for the ensulni? year, su hject to t he
ordinances of the vtllkge aml the laws of the
state of .Nebraska.
Dated this lOin day of April. l-'
THUS. L. HEAFEV.
Zi l ff ;tpj.iM
7i Qs w w
Where he has
New Stock of
Huts nnd Gent's Furnishing (iooris, l:tc.f
of the Best Mnterinl, Workmmi
ship mid Latest Styles.
Don't buy a dollars worth until you have
seen his stock and prices.
You will be more than surprised how little
money you need .to buy first-class goods.
A. KLEIN, Proprietor.
JKIti v Flowers...
Mesdames WISE & ROOT brings rosy1
blossoms for the whole year. They not oyly
have an endless lot of Flowers, but they have
a complete line of new v
The Loveliest Shades of Ribbon...
...Most Charming Effects in Hak
Laces and ornaments to suit every taste, no
matter how critical.
And all for sale at
Ilutc?! Iti Icy J31ocI:
S. L. CREESON.
The only exclusive
FLOUR AND FEED
Dealer in the city, buys In car lots
and can save von mori -y. His prices
m re iwer than competitors can maUe.
iceniemt-er the place.
Opposite Postoflice, on Sixth Street.
f Dull m il k cow f,,r sale. Enou.re of or ad -
U dress Will T. Kiehar lson. -Niynar l. .Sel
Have you tried the Dill pickle? Ben
nett & Tutt keep them.
AT THE OLD STAND AGAIN.
WATERMAN'S BLOCK . . .
opened a Brand
U K CAIMIV Tili:.s4
SI IOCS I NT
B. G. D. E. and E..
TIIKV AUK TJIF.
V XI KVF.lt SAW
FOK '1 I1K
.iVlON K V..
prices which discount
T. H. P
dents, taxes p;
lowest rait-s; no d-lj
Insurance Written . . .
In eleven leading companies.
Office, Sherwood Blk.
a iftuts col- '
made at '
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