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The Semi Weekly News-Herald
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T.?.E LARGEST GIRGULflTION
Of any Cass County Paper. .
Who will bo the republican nomi
nee for mayor? No one seems to
known, but ho will bo a sure winner,
whoever he may be.
THE nominations of Dr. E. W. Cook
for city treasuror and D. C. Kerr for
clerk seem to bo goneriilly conceded
as tho proper thing at the coming re
publican city convention.
Thkv have a Cannon over in Illi
nois that is valuable in peace as well
as war. Ho is chairman of tho com
mittee on appropriations in the house
and when asked for $00,000,000 for a
war fund he pot it.
The Emperor of Germany says
Uncle Sam shan't lick Spain. Well
that's protty good, considering tho
source, but your Uncle Sam could
whip Spain and Germany combined,
and if his royal nibs is loooking for
trouble he can't pull his coat any too
II. R. Gekixo has been the only
name mentioned for treasuror on the
democratic ticket until recently, when
friends of Emil Wurl have suggested
him as a candidate. Tho democrats
are talking of Fred Lehnhoff for city
clerk, who will probably have but
little opposition unless there is a
change in sentiment at tho primaries
Col. PiSTEii E. Ruffner was
heard to remark with tears in his
voice the other day that the action of
the pops in this citj, who put up a
ticket without the coosent of any na
tion on earth, would result in the de
feat of Allen. We could not see why
such a dire result would follow, but
Ed is an old political prophet, ana if
Allen is defeated, we shall lay it all to
Dec Cummins, Milo Briggs, Dick
Barr and their Plattemouth followers.
W. E. ANNIN the well known Wash
ington correspondent of tho State
Journal is authority for the statement
that J. B. Strode will not be a candi
date for renomination this fall, which
must certainly be good news to half
a score of aspirants in different parts
of the district. Cass and Lancaster
can name the next congressman and
as the hulk of the republican majority
must come from these two counties it
is not unfair that the nominee should
be named by them. Cass so far has no
special candidate hence the matter
largely rests with Lancaster. If the
latter county selects a capable man of
good record that is satisfactory to this
county he will get the nomination
and will unquestionably be elected.
OUR congressman, Jeese B. Strode,
delivered a very able argument in the
house a few days ago favoring the
adoption of a national bankruptcy bill.
The passage of such a measure after
the four years of depression and finan
cial ruin that has been felt in every
part of this country, would release
many men from the relentless bond
age of debt, and permit them to start
anew and try again to secure some
thing for old age, when palsied hands
and tottering footsteps need the solace
of common comforts of life which
would otherwise be unobtainable.
Men who today are penniless, their
property having been swept away with
judgments for thousands of dollars
recorded against them which the best
of good fortune will never allow them
to pay, have no incentive to try to get
a foothold. Under a bankruptcy law
these claims would be wiped out and
the unfortunate debtor could start
over again with the incentive that
what he accumulated would go to his
family and for support in after years.
Mr. Strode's 6peech in favor of the
measure does him great credit, and in
its practical and cogent reasoning is
in strong contrast to some of the
frothy utterances of some of the other
members of the Nebraska delegation.
A NATIONAL crisis seems close at
hand. The president has done more
than the mass of Americans desired
to avert war with Spain, but it cer
tainly looks as if war were inevit
able. The so-called autonomy offer
of Spain has been refused by the
Cubans who know how worthless her
promises are. Diplomacy will scarce
ly avert a conflict from the biggoted
bankrupt monarch, as it seems the
talking stage has about passed and the
time for resolute action is at hand.
The treacherous Spaniard's day of
reckoning must come, and the coward
ly villains who murdered our brave
eeamen on the Maine 'must be pun
ished. Diplomacy and promises are
no longer good they don't go. Spain
has been a promise breaker for cen
turies. She has no conception of
truth or honor. There are nations
whose word is as good as their bond.
An English colony, if promised any
thing by the mother country, would
feel confident the promise would be
kept. But to compare England and
Spain is to compare a reputable mer
chant whose credit never has been
broken with & dealer whoso career has
-been marked by a series of bankrupt
cies and of mysterious fires which1
his ovorinsured gtock of
PllOFFKHSOlt KLKIIS of ll"jtjh Me(Jl.
cal cotlego has trcod 0 yoow feVer
and can toll tho. brlXiou people of tho
south about i ij0 capturod several
of tho gorrr an(j has experimented
with theru for months. Ho says they
are no, bacilli at all, but are "protozoa
' aprJoebao," what ever that is, and
th'at the disease is cot contagious if
iood and water is properly sterilized,
as tho germs can not enter the sys
tem through tho lungs as had been
Hupposed heretofore. We hopo the
omiont scientist is correct in his
theories, as yollow fever in the south
is as a rule more to bo dreaded than
a small pox scourge in tho north.
INFORMATION AND Ol'INIONM.
Dr. A. I. Hoover has gone security
for tho appearance of Eugene Moore
in the district court of Lancaster from
day to day. Tho bond was Gxed at
Judge Hall this morning ordered
the Modern Woodmen association to
pay $3,000 due upon the life W. J.
lioberts, a membtr, into court to
await a decision as to which as to the
two persons is entitled to it. This was
in accord with the request of the
Wood men officers, and they are dis
missed from the case. It seems that
ltoberts owed Mrs. Sarah Guthrie
some money, and took out a $3,000 pol
icy In the Woodmen. This policy, it
is claimed, was afterwards cancelled
and one with his wife as beneficiary
taken out. Mrs. Guthrie want3 the
money, and so does Mr. Roberts.
Roberts lived in Springfield, Neb.
George E. Duerett, former Burling
ton engineer and a memberof the Bro
therhood of Railway Engineers, dis
appeared about a year ago and was
lost, as far as his wife was concerned.
His wife who lives in Wyoming, fin
ally, placed the matter in the hands of
Henry Wiggenjost, secretary of the
Brotherhood, and through his efforts
Durett was located last week in
Shreveport, Louisiana. He said that
he had written to his mother concer
ning his movements, but this story is
taken by the Brotherhood officials
with a grain of Saline matter. Durett
says that since he left here ho has
been running on tho Mexican Central
and on the roads in tho far south.
An Iowa patriot wants to start a
crusade against the mandolin because
it is a Spanish musical instrument.
This should be followed by an order
sending back to Spain all the pure
bred Spanish donkeys. Ex.
Senator Campbell, a populist fiom
Fullerton, has been selected to suc
ceed Dr. W. H. Dearing as assistant
secretary of the Nebraska State Com
mission. B. S. Little field and J. G.P.
Hildebrand, two strong and worthy
candidatee, were turned down in the
selection of Campbell.
Somo time ago several young fel
lows got drunk at Eagle and then
proceeded to a country dance some
few miles out, where they indulged in
a "time." As a result of smashing a
door and other furniture, and treading
promiscuously upon the toes of the
dancers, they were arrested and
fined on a charge of criminal trespass.
Now comes one Luther, a party to the
episode, injured to the extent of his
fine, and begins suit before Justice
Leese against the 6aloon keeper,
Jacob Reitter, whose beer made him
drunk and caused him to do things
which he ought not. In his suit he
asks that the saloon Keeper, through
his" bondsmen, be made to restore to
the complainant the costs of incarcer
ation, trial and fine. Lincoln Journal.
Herman Rogge has purchased
Chris Engleking's farm the farm
containing the famous oil well. Her
man does not expect to go to farming,
but privately informed us that he will
develop the well and buck the Stand
ard Oil Co. Mr. Engleking will farm
the place this year. Elmwood Leader.
The farmers in many parts of the
county have already begun sowing
their spring wheat. Owing to good
prices the acreage given to wheat in
this county promises to be larger than
A conductor on the Missouri Pacific
freight train bad quite a tussle with a
tramp at Union last night, who in
sisted upon riding without paying.
The conductor came out victorious.
Nebraska City Press.
Foley's Honey and Tar.
Cough Syrup whereverintroiuced is
considered the moex pleasant and ef
fective remedyfor all throat and lung
complaints; It is the only prominent
cough remedy that contains no
opiates and that can safely be given
to children. Smith & Parmele.
A GOOD LETTER.
From the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt.
Fernandina, Fla., Feb. 28, 1896.
Mr. George Suhreii, Druggist.City.
Dear George: Please send a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I
would not feel easy if I knew there
was none of this valuable Remedy in
the house. I have given it a fair test
and consider it one of the very best
remedies for croup that I have ever
found. One dose has always been
sufficient, although I ubo It freely.
Any cold my children contract yields
very readily to this medicine. l ean
conscientiously recommend it for
croup and colds in children.
Yours respectfully, Geo. E. Wolff.
Sold by all druggist.
A LETTER FROM ROME.
A Former 1'lattniuoutli L.ly Write Kn
tertalnly of the "Eternal City."
The following letter wan written by
Miss Flora Wine recently from Rmo
to her aunt, Mrs. J. N. Wiso of this
city, and wo have boon kindly ailowod
to copy it as follows:
"I have pitched my tent on tho
Pincian Hill for a month or so, and
am located not f.ir from the epot upon
which stood the Villa of Lucullus, that
extravagant fellow who gave a famous
dinner to his friends, Cicero and
I'ompoy, once upon a time. It is a
very lovely part of the city, and with
in a few minutes' walk of beautiful
gardens, where tho band plays on fine
afternoons. On pleasant Sundays the
Pincio is what Miss Thackery de
scribes as 4a fashionable halo of sun
set and pink parasols.'
"A few of the ancient buildings are
standing, but old Rome is buried
thirty feet below the modern city.
"Tho first few days after 1 arrived, I
visited St Peters, the Vatican and the
beautiful shops which was rather dis
respectful to my old school friend,
Julius Caesar, but I have since been
to the Forum, the old 'Roman Times,'
which news distributor was not read,
but told by senators and listened to
by tho citizens.
"1 felt queer to bo tripping about
over pavements whore tho Caesars
actually trod, and sitting, perhaps, on
the very store steps on which Mark
Antony stood when ho harangued
tho Quirites to 'Lend him their ears. '
That old chap knew what he was
about when bo asked them for their
ears, knowing that noses were much
better off at home (where I often wish
mine was) some of the 6mells I have
felt are of ancient origin. Very, some
are painfully new.
"Yesterday T roamed about the
gronnd where once stood the 'Golden
House of Nero' and the palace ol the
Caesars, the walls and foundations are
pretty well preserved of Tiberius
palace, and some of the frescoes on
the walls have stood tho heat and cold
of 1800 years.
Today I saw the tower, written up
so charmingly in Hawthorne's 'Marble
Faun' as Hilda's Tower, the largo
image of the virgin still stands, and iu
front of it burns the light day and
uight, as for 400 years. On Candlemas
day we attended mass at St. Peters at
9:45 a. m. Tho ceremony of blessing
candles was not remarkable, but the
music was the 'Popes' Angei' song;
the angel being an extraordinary
voice. The Podo has celebrated mass
in the Pestine chapol since I came.
but as you must apply for tickets of
admiision months ahead, of course I
failed to be present.
"In a couple of weeks I 6ha!l move
on to Naples and Capri and sometime
in April my face will be turned
toward the west and home.
"I think of sailing from Naples on
the Mediterranean line of steamships
as.the southern route will be milder
than the northern, and a glimpse of
Algiers and Gibraltar will be a treat,
but I rather dread a twelve days' voy
age across. However, if I am as fortu
nate in escaping sea-sickness as when
I came over, the long journey will not
be so bad. Remember me to "all
Republican Primaries and Convention.
The republican voters of the city of
Plattsmouth are hereby called to meet
in city convention Saturday evening
March 19 at 8 o'clock in Waterman's
hall for the purpose of placing in nom
ination candidates for the following
Two members of school board.
Each ward will be entitled to dele
gates as follows: First, 10; Second, 16;
Third, 18; Fourth, 11; Fifth, 9.
The primaries will be held Saturday
evining, Alar. 19, from 6 to 7 at the
following places: First ward, Perkins
house; second ward, at school house;
3d ward, Richey's lumber office; 4th
ward, police judge's office; 5th ward,
Bach's store. Each ward will nomin
ate a candidate for councilman.
By order of republican city central
Frank Boyd, Ch'n,
F. A. Murphy, Sec'y.
Democratic City Convention.
The democrats and others believing
in the principles enunciated in the
Chicago platform, are hereby called
to meet in delegate convention at
White's hall in the city of Platts
mouth, Neb., on Saturday, March 19,
1898, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
placing in nomination candidates for
the several city offices. The basis of
apportionment for tne convention shall
be one delegate for each seven votes
cast for John A. Gutsche for mayor in
April, 1896, or each major fraction
thereof. The primaries for tho elec
tion of delegates will be held in the
several wards on Friday evening, Mar.
18' at 7:30 o'clock, and shall be open
one hour. There shall also be nomin
ated by the primaries one councilman
in'each ward. The places of holding
the primaries are as follows:
First ward, Perkins house.
Second ward. Turner hall.
Third ward, W. D. Jones' office.
Fourth ward, police judge's office.
Fifth ward, school house.
The apportionment of delegates is
as follows: First ward, 12 delegates;
second ward, 24; third ward, 19; fourth
ward, 19; fifth ward, 10.
Each ward primary bhall also electa
city central committeeman. The com
mittee recommends that no proxies be
allowed. P. E. Ruffner,
H. G. Livingston, Ch'n.
The general favorite among smokers
of good cigars is Wurl Bros.' k'Gut
IMMENSE STOCK OP
Furniture, Stoves and House Furnishings
Was augmented recently by the receipt of two car loads of
' oods for which he paid spot cash at the factory.
It means heavy discounts.
It means that his competitors
neither can they meet him on
everything in his line.
His Leader in Stoves
Is the old reliable "Charter Oak," with its fifteen years'
guaranty, and its half a hundred designs.
No house in Cass county ever
He can suit every taste. Three hundred easy chairs to select
from. Bed room 'suites and parlor suites from the lowest
price to those fit for a queen.
Is where Pearlman shines, and explains.his wonderful business
success. He pays no rent, his expenses are low, and with his
cash discounts and car load rates he takes the lead and keeps it.
It Will Surprise You
To call and see his wonderful stock, and get his prices, which
are from ten to twenty-five per cent lower than can be had in
Omaha. Remember the place.
Opposite the Court House.
lturlington Koute California Excursions
Cheap, quick, comfortable. Leave
Plattsmouth 3:43 p. m., every Thurs
day in clean, modern, not crowded
tourist sleepers. No transfers; cars
run right through to San Francisco
and L.os Angeles over the Scenic
Route through Denver and Salt Lake
City. Cars are carpeted; upholstered
in rattan; have spring seats and backs
and are provided with curtains, bed
ding, towels, soap, etc. Uniformed
porters and experienced excursion
conductors accompany each excursion,
relieving passengers of all bother
about baggage, pointing out objects
of interest and in many other ways
helping to make the overland trip a
delightful experience. Second clas3
tickets are honored. Berths $5.
For folder giving fnll information,
call at nearest Burlington Route
ticket office, or write to J. Francis
Gen. Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb,
M-. Ward L. Smith, of Frederick
stown, Mo., was troubled with chronic
diarrhoea for over thirty years. He
had become fully satisfied that It was
only a question of a short time until
he would have to give up. He had
been treated by some of the best phy
sicians in Europe and America bit
got no permanent relief. Oue day he
picked up a newspaper and chanced
to read an advertisement of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. He got a bottle of it, the
first dose helped him and its continued
use cured him. For sale by all drug
gists. Notice To the Public:
You are hereby notified that all tho
book accounts of J. C Petersen have
been assigned to me; therefore, all
persons knowing themselves to be, in
debted to him will please call at the
meat market and make settlement on ;
or before March 25th, 1 89S. After that
date these accounts will be placed with
an attorney for collection. ,
Mrs. J. C. Petersen.
Crystal Springs Xairy.
Milk, as pure as gold from the
'Klondike," delivered to any part of
the city. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Your patronage solicited.
Leave orders at News office, or at
Bennett & Tint's grocery store.
S. H. Fisher. Prop.
A six-year-old iron gray mare.
weight about 1,400 and very geutle.
Also a two-year-old mule colt, and
twenty-five head of May pigs.
Mrs. E. E. Goodwin.
On Louisville road, eight miles west
Bennett & Tutt have just received
a large invoice of package and bulk
garden, flower, grass and clover eeeds,
sweet peas and nasturtiums. Seeding
time is near at hand and you should
make your purchases while the stock
is complete. Seeds are all fresh and
prolific no carried-over stock. Re
member Bennett &. Tutt.
It means lower freight rates.
can not meet him on prices,
a marvelous assortment of
carried half so large a stock
WHAT THE BAND PLAYED.
An Exciting Diuncr Table Ejiodo on an
An instance of what it calls "trans
atlantic courtesy" is related by Le Gan
lois of Paris. One of the greatest singers
of France, a w oman whom it says every
body will at once identify on a mo
ment's consideration, was returning
from New York on one of the German
liners. One evening, glancing at the
programme of the concert that was to
be played at dinner, she saw the an
nenncemeut of a triumphal march cele
brating the German victory of 1871.
"Iam sure," she said to a fellow
countryman Eitting near, "that this is
not intended as a discourtesy to us, Lut
I don't care! I'm too much of a patriot
not to express my disapproval of it in
my own way when they begin to play
this piece. Wait and Eee. "
The captain, having caught tho gist
of these remarks and noticing tho great
artist's agitation, glanced at tho pro
gramme to eee what caused it; then,
without showing any surprise, he spoke
to one of the w aiters in a low tone.
At the moment when tho German tri
umphal inarch was due to Legin the
French sinfar, who could hardly con
trol her agitation, prepared to leave the
table. The first chord was played, the
artist arose and f-tocd, pale, agitated,
amazed, while the officers and other
passengers also got up and smiled sym
pathetically at her. And the Land play
ed "The Marseillaise 1"
How Senator Vest Obtained Hi Desk.
Many good stories could be told of
the alertness which senators display in
Becnriug well placed desks, but the ex
perience of Mr. Vest is especially worth
relating. When iu IS83 the civil service
law was being discussed, Mr. Pendle
ton, an Ohio Democrat, and Mr. Dawes
had presented bills. By a shrewd bit of
politics the Republicans abandoned their
support of the Dawes bill and voted for
Mr. Pendleton's measure, their votes,
together with the votes of the Demo
crats favorable to the measure, being
sufficient to pass it. As the bill was
about to be voted on Mr. Cockrell mov
ed that its title be changed so as tc
read, "A bill to retain Republicans in
office." As soon as it passed, Mr. Vest
filed a claim for Mr. Pendleton's seat
"The author of such a bill," said he,
"will never come back to the senate."
Mr. Vest was right, and at the begin
ning of the next congress he moved into
Mr. Pendleton's vacant chair. Wash
The Curtain Wan Down.
A party of ccnutrymen were in town
enjoying the sights. At last they came
by one of the theaters in the Strand.
"Suppose we go in," said one.
"Better see how much it is first,"
After inquiring the price of admission
they decided to send one of the party in
side to see whether it was good enough
or not. After remaining for some time
the delegate returned.
"How Is it?" asked one.
"No good. A lot of fellers fiddlin in
front of a big pictur'. Come on."
Made new at Lehnhoff's practical bi
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