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o. WE MEAN BUSINESS!
bjj A Splendid Line of New, Fresh (Iroceries
L' ..Just Keceived at.. '
1 h. B. EGENBER GSR'S
, Also a Fine Line of Dry Goods and Notions.
Ij; REMEMBER Wo nro not Selling Sugar at LesTha.i
f.jj (,'ori in it: .l. r to Make iiji on .iomething else, Lut wo sell jviy- T;!j
thing on a CLOSE MAKUIN and you will find IIAUGALX'S in p)
IriiJ; every I b p.: r t mo n t. ifcjjr
Call And See
ri 310 Main St.
Do not nuiiioct a Com Foley's Honey ontl
.rCnM, ad.)lnyH nro of Tar inKuarantaed tos've
en duunoroan. Foley's prompt relief in all ciuc
llonoy and Tariir ofAtImia. DonotcIaH
.Icmaunt, mifo nn.l Hiirr thin with othermodiclni.
. are. Clontu! mb no oplului. (lint hn failed to cIvl
anil UsuuruutLoJ. you relief.
CONSUMPTION. LA CRIPPE.
Foley's Honey and If you I nve had the Orli 1
Tor loe not hold out joa probr.bly uoeil a ro
f.ilHO hoped in advanced lintile mediclno l!ko Fo-
t.'icris, but claims to Kive ley's Honey and Tar
rnliof In the very wornt to hiiiil jour Iuiir3 uml
r(iR, and in early stolen btop tho racking cool
to oltatocure. incidimtnl tothis diseam
Thousand of infant" Dr. J. O. lJishop, of Ab-
and cliildren dio yearly new, Mich., b.-i;.h: "I linve
if Croup, every one of uxed Foley's Honey
t heHO innocents could Qnd Tor in throe very
hnvo brxn paved had Fo- sovire casea of rnenmo-
Iloy'3 Honey ond Tor nin tho pout month, with
neen given them in time. good results."
For Salo by SMITH
Talk " bout Diamonds
Th.-ii1 In: Hi.-, tit irlittei scarce
outrival-;' tl c rclissh you c in put
on a M u A u!T thuo. (iooiJ lenther,
vvel l-t annert leather, that's tho
f -a-ou. Il ioer more than s-hino
it vvear.-, it iiis, it "feels frood"
wIieLiie" on vsalk aero.-s the
street or :uto.s the continent.
It's a shiner, a r-layer, a soother,
tjosts tiionoy V Of course not
:h much as you'd think, though.
I'u! one on and give its tongue a
chance to talk. You'll do tho
l-i I k i !nr after- yru'vo worn a pair
and e"il seli a lot rco: e.
riertii Uo A".aln Street.
rs n ft
3 N"r U H
LINCOLN' AVE. AND
M KItLK STS.,
II. M. SOKNNK HSI'N, Maiiajrer.
Lr.tge Suj'piy of ail the
? HARD COAL SOFT
Including the Famous
Jackson Hill and
Canon City Lump,
Always on hand Also a quantity of
cheaper tirades of NUT COAL. We also
keep on hand all kinds of Wood. All or
ders promptly delivered. Leave orders
at grocery store of A. H. Weckbach & Co.
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
IS" rilH PLACE TO BUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oats and a;i Kind. of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER S TROOP.
THIRD AND MAJX-bTs.
JAMES W. SAGE.
I he best of rigs furnished at all hour and Ids
prices are always reasonable. Tin-most
convenient boarding stable for far
mers in the city.
V V it
(Special noticea under this heaci will iv
cbarpeii for at the riite of i cent per won!
eacli I nuertion .)
11 INCKLLA N KOI S.
SKWINli All kinds of plain ami lancy sewing,
dressniakiiiK. repairing of gents' ami h iV
clot lies dune at tle rooms of Mrs. (ril!a J-lur
man, over Coales' haidware store, lis Main
WANT Kit To trade. A good roM watch
for an organ. Knquiie at the News office.
WANTKD Active, sober and trnstwoi tliy man
to travel through this section. Salary a
month, payable weekly, and expenses; splendid
opportunity. Address SIIKIM' company, li'-l-Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, i'a.
I,rAN'I'l'.I).-Hoarders, at the Corner .f Sith
i and (iranite. : -w.
LOS T ( n either l.ini'oln or ("hicairo avenue,
an Astrakan cape. Ketiirn lo I 1 r . .M arsha T.s
ottice and receive reward. ir-l
ACil'.NTS WANTKD-tor War in Cuba, by
Senior tjucsada. Cuban rej i vsen' 't t e
ashiimton. l-.ndoised b Cuban patriots. In
tremendous demand. A bonanza lor a;tc!ils.
Ctnly 51. ". Win book, bin commissions, h.vei y
body wants the tuly endorsel. reliable book.
Outlits tree. Credit given. Krei.iht paid . Ui.ip
all trash, and make ;' () a mouth with War iu
Cuba. Address today, the National Book Con
cern. :rli-:j"5 Dearborn St., Chicago.
. A "31 'I
Love Is Blind
to all tho f -uits of the loved' One in
everything but untidy or soiled linen.
A dainty v. ;-men draws the line on
that. Te lok imiu:ieulat--ly neat and
presentable, and have your collar, cut!
or shirt irreproachable in color and
finish, bring it to Plattsmouth City
Steam Laundry. "
GEORGE K. ST A ATS,
South Sixth St.
The Best Meats j
At Lowest Prices.
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Note til e folluvvini; 5
Large hams. p. r lb c
Hacon, per lb .". . sljc 5-
Choice breakfast bacon , 12! 2c
Choice . home-made t)o!ogn.i ; (not
made from horse-meat fcjc
S J j i ti i Sr 5 r
amd UN DERTAKING
Our stoek ! iosoiIete ta all lines vl He
lrvite oar fricuds to look It oter. " ll
n li-.ivi.' to lase you. Call nut! see us.
STHOIGHTT SAJTLEJ?, j
(Successors to hury Boeck. j
PLATTSMOUTH.' : - NEb-
IN EVENING WITH THE SOCIETIES.
Sever.;. Verv Pleasant Secixt
and Social IC vents.
MUSICAL AXl) U l HILARY TRLVT
1 i r.iM 1 i,r 1 1."' Mi iiIhI, Alorul ituil l'iii-
:ti .11:111 Tli Art KxluMt Su- k
riio I. of II. liiuriiiiu ; .;'
Art i:x Libit.
'i l,e 1 F. O. ni t exhibit at the home
of A'vv. C C I'ai rie'.Q Thur.idaj uTLiir
ing was a complete success, both from
a social and artistic standpoint.
1'iaitniuouth may well he pi Oucl or t!i'o
lecal talent whidi furtiishcd a display
of -'-iturLfc iL.j.t'.iould;do credit J.o liny
Mcodaiuea (J. V. .JvluK-ou, Wagntr,
Snyder, LiviiieStont Hetulee, llowland,'
;.iid tLe jMissea I'atter.-on, .Y:iuh anil
Watei tuan were ctintribut'irs of paint
ings, loth in oil" and w;ter -colors.
Mrs. W'liit", Mis. Ii vin g-ton and
ilis-ca. Patterson ;iii.tl; Waterpuyi sent
lovely hrmd-paintod china, while Mrs.
Klein. Mrs. Itichey and othorn .proved
tin niselvus ticcdie .ai tists, the. l.ovoiy
Ut';:vn and point hice work atlrhcting
m:u'v ituinirei s. Tho loan from tho
L'nliu.T' Home Journal of photogravure
eopicss f;o;u celebrated artists1-' were
artistically di-pl.yed and brought
many purchasers-, a per cent of money
received g' i n g to l.he 1 V society.
Ices were nerved' h-oin a beua'ifuUy
decorated table "in the dinuig rooiii'by
ihe young lady members,- and . tho
sweet music of the' mandolin ' club
added lo the p'oi;uri) o ;i chafaiing
evening's outertaiument. M.i-s. 1'ur
inele anu tiie iaUies ol tho i: i-j. U. are
to bo congratulated on their successful
venture which we hopo may be -e
pouted iu tho near future. -- -
1. tf II. Knt rrt4tni.
Star lodge .No. 4, I), of IL. had a
delightful entei tainmeut last niirht at
their hall, participated in by a large
majority of the membership of tb-'tt
order. An excellent tuurieal and lit
erary program was rendered asfollovvs
Son;; Maggie Warren
.... l'ctcrson Sisters, Warren. and Mumiu
Kccitatirin '...'...... Violet DodRe
I )ttet . . .'. . . I!ci t and John' Cannack
Recitation Helen Kgcnberger
Music Mary Kiinlziiian
lvjcivuti n I. aura Lake
lit; I )ottie Harris
Music Maiiie Weber
onjj..' Rulaii"I Sisters
Kecittion Harriet McMakuti
Kecilatiou Mable l'uisall
UiT Peterson Sisters
Due; Mie-i I'.inlic and Iiarthow
kecitat'.oii . ; 'Miss Kuland
At tlio eiosi? of tlte program a hand
some quilt was rallied, for -which Miss
Wjtlie (iutiiton held, tne iaeky num
bs;1 1KJ, ami - the quilt netted"; th
soeieiy $-5. It w;is - tho verdict of
everyoipj iu altendanee that- -tne
s eial was a trro.it fueeess.-. ' : ;
. (;. rn.aa l'i esnyt erian l-'ranen-Wreiii.
'Che regular- meetieg of the German
IV-sbv! erian ,Fi-oUi;n-Vgrein was held
ye.-l.. l-J-.y. ,-.it'";jn til:, the h-un-'''- 'of
M rs. i lv.it'.f.a;. ,, eprner of Fourth
ami Maroi-j: .-'. rje.Vs, , -Th' n Irnes of
the.se pjCf-u.-. u.va il .v. M'iy.' Mes
damc? - S-cftrtic-.-r. Vil'ery, ' Hi'ir.ger,
L.'bnlio'f,' Longer, h ('gen, : 'IVnrlmHir,
( '. .Id i:ig, fCoppi'-f,' fv'.r k lUi fn,,;-'I3,t.;iis-1'itz.
Sehrooder, Rliei'nh.-icr.el, "Ohm,
U'ohlffirtli,'' L-j'tz',' Dov, Hild, Reich,
Rieh, TIerren ;ind Spali':;i.;' ' - 1 -
A very pleismt' af'.evti'o.Hi "was'
spent, trie hostess serving-' -nice refresh
ments after a"fiw'y hours had; been
spout in conversation. " ' .
A. O. II. riittrriiiiiiiitnt.'
St." Patricks day was observed by
i grand ball and -Eupber. at White's
opera house last '.nigh t. Thd bail w as
under the. auspices of the A. O. II.
society of this' city it'nd the eupperby
ihe. ladies of' St. 'John's Catholic
ehui-'.h. 1he Sokol orchestra fur
uisl e 1 c-xcoUeat. mu.ie and the supper
was . ai 1 . that ,-a hungry person could
desiro. The ,da,oee . was. very enjoya
bio i i-.s these i events given liy this
society always, arc and lasted way into
tho hours of morning.
: Physical Culture.. .- .. .
Prof. O. F. Ernst -oL St. Louis4 the..
neV ieiM-he'r" hired by tlq, Xurnors is
here and, will, proceed at. cnco to the
organizition of classes, r There is .not
a boy or -girl in, the city, who. would
not be benefitted hv.u course in physi
cal culture such as;Prof. Ernest who
is- uji experienced loach er, could give''
Mental -culture, is, pt; double value If
hysical, culture goes with'-it. ' Our
peopie: should avvaken to its- impor
tti;Crtn4 take advantage of the Op
portunities afforded. '" '
Imperial' Mystic Legion wi 111
give one of its popu'ar open raeetijgs;
on Monday, March 2S, at -Fitzgerald
bail. . An excellent : -program- . bfjth,
lite'ry aud m usical 'has been prepared.
oup.remalH-icretary l'aekard will bo
present and will give one of his inter
eating addresses. A good time will
bo hiid which will be shared by the
general public as no udmission will
be charged. .; ...
l ' State vs. Alt-Comb.
The above case has )-een on triaH
to a ju -y since yc.-terday morning and
the testimony h is all been taken and
tht arguments of tne attorneys are
being: made -t.8- TiiK News goes to
l;ess. From the testimony it would
seem that a verdict of -guilty whs er
For lir! i n-uxnif'h w Thni.-hor.
Full wheat to )i; in rjry Hiio
Tho j)ubiic seho"ls hel hiitmo yfirs
eion today on aeeourit i f h.-ul' y; jUthor.
Mecum is titTil 'int'ltie cit,'' h.iving
- . .... ..'.'
conciuueu, to ruumui ii't o unui bo rt
ceives money from homo lo pay 1
fare out of town.
Mrs. .Miller and Mrs. MeCtuley have
t'hrtffe- of tho oxchango this weoic.
South side of Main street, opposite
Cass. County: bank. .' i
, , John OUuiore, tho. Murray banker,
well known in this city, has been suf
ferlng tf om trtacial pui'ulyeis, but we
are glad tq note, .that .ho is much im
proved and in a fair way to recover.
Tho largest turkey wo ever saw w
to I bo ,o"ea ;tt Hatt moat market
T lctjny Cji
was it beauty and weighed
twenty-eight pounds. It was pur
ohaspdj bv Landlord. Opelt for Sunday
dinner at tho Riley.
'' J.'I. Uiit'uh f-old a, big bill of furni
ture to an Otoe county farmer today
who showed his good judgment by
coming'where they sell them tit rirht
, , . , ,
e goods were snipped down
, . ., -
jver the M. '..,,. '
by freight ov
t "r -rLx n:t'. .i '.' ..'.f ' . ,. ... . ..
li. j . ui iiiim in a in i,e i no e i 1 1 or
culls attention to ,somo. typographical h
errors in his rcr.;-nt letter that we con-'
fess ' weo very aggravating. The
articlo was written with a pencil
which was very dim, hence the mis
take was not entirely our fault, t In ugh
we regret very much that itattficyrred.
? f Newt Of ltoblx rH rneart U'il.
f AsiiLAND, Neb., March 17. A nest
of robbors has been unearthed on an
island in the Piatte river about seven
mites northeast of this city and near
tho continence of the E.khorn and
Platto ' rivers. Bloodhounds from
I '.eatrice wero secured to put on the
trail of tho robbers of Langan JJros.'
6 tore at Cretna Tuesday. They fol
lowed to the Platte river and wero
then taken to the inland. Tho ollieers
placed two men under arrest and took
theui to Papillion to await trial.
An Ui!lei .:;.( c '.' ;j
ho' tyled I .ii;:'i .. as
little blicliV,.:.-: rfs I ; P ;
der to rai. ;i e;. -'.; e-: u,;
farther oi; t!:e r. a.l
Shako.-peiiie t lab for .tUo
r-:i;:i;;it. i t.i a
i:t, aii-' i t or
!i to hjip
he i rop-. d a
fiion of the ei? i us.
''It's . like iho.e tb-::y ha.vo in the
cities," he explained, "and if you folks
want to kci p up with tho procession
yon must have rue too."
About a dozen applied f"r meniher
ehip and -were in tho liall early, wait
ing for tho professor, who was lato in
..-..j When ho did arrive, after stating the
object of tho meeting, ho proposed to
give them samples of Shakespearean act
ing, lie began with Hamlet, then tac
kled Macbeth and Richard III.
' There was no applan.se from his andi
enco while ho was ptrr-piring through
the Various acts. In fact, the audience
was serious very serious and ho in
ticed little groups f )ri.i-!r: here auj
there aud euj;agij:,'? in whispered con
versations. Finally a man went f or-.vr.nl, took the
professor by the arm -and s-si J:
"You'd better :- come with mo, paid-'
Bar- . -UoiVt be afr-ared; . wo ain't w in-j :
ter .hurt you.. It'sall for your own food, ?
o.jcme eri.o:jg now. !
"What do you meau?." adked tht :
' -'"That's all right, panhicr. Jest come
t)rr quiet; an ytm'll tin' ont what we're
atter. We ain't gwiuo ter tie yon onless
we has-tsr. " . ' -.
Ey;this time several .Lad hold of him,
and ho was hustled cut of tho building
to a room ,iu the rear oi' a grocery store,
where he was guarded by several citizens
iuntil morning.' Then he wa3 taken be
fore the " ordinary cf the county undei
fnll'guard." ; 1 - -
7IIosotio er them thar-lunatics what
jnmped the : asylum late ly, ".fcxplained
the Epokpsman'bf tho crowd.. "The way
ha went on in the meetin las' niht vu2
orfnl pitthin an reaiin an holltrin ail
pullin.at his hair like, be wanted ter git
bis head off. , Wo bad tor keep liijn un
der close guard all nip'Ut for tear he'd
bnrt hisself. " ' " : ! .
'""I know all erbot.-t, it," said tlie
ordixthty.' "I wnz in th mtef iii lrjy'sc-lf;
but escaped early. What Lave you got
ter say.-fer yeistlf, sir'-"- -' '
.. .'.'I was onlj- trying to' form a Shak-es-peare
club, when" . ; . . -
"It's" my .opinion," iuterrnpted. tin
ordinary,1 "that v.' hat you needs most it
a hickory club. ' I'm goin . ter instruct
this here jury ter fin' you guilty oi
.lunacy lu'the fust dcyrce, an may th(
Lord have mercy on your sonl. ' You'll
kill somebody ef yon ain't taken keeron,
an now that we've got yea we're gwiut
ter beep yon." -.
It was in vain tho primmer protested.
He was "a gone case,'.' and if the high
judge of the county court.hadn't arrived
inst in the nick of time and civen hilt!
ten minutes' to leave town be would
L have, boarded the next train for the
lunatic asylum. Atlanta Constitution.
Doveys have been in business here
for more" than' a quarter tf a century
and Dover have they sold shoddy or
inferior goods in all these. years. Ihe
pirices they quote in the' big ad in this
paper may seem like they are too low
for the class of goods thev carry, but
they are the result of close buying and
a determination to sell more goods at
c'oser margaias. It wiil pay jou to
read their ad and inspect their goods.
-For -sale fine early rose, early Ohio
and other choice seed potatoes at-
'--:W A. H. Wkckhach & Co's.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, the oth day of April, lS'.iS, nn
election will bo held at the following
, First ward Perkins House.
S.-cmid ward Turner Hall.
Third ward Jones' livery barn.
Fourth ward Anheusyr Husch j
1) 11 i I .! i 1 1 i'.
,js T'ifih ward II u:h'rt grp. ery store
. ..For thu election of the followine
. Police J udge. ,
Two members of school board.
One eijuneil ruau for First ward.
One eouncilmau for Second ward.
0!,,f5 counctluian for Third ward.
Ope c'ouncUmau for Fourth ward.
Que councilman for Fifth ward.
V'Said election will be opened at U
o'clock a. m. and continue open until
7 o'clock j). m. of said day.
John A. Cctsciik, Mayor.
11. C. Ki-JUt, City Clerk.
A thrill of terror is exporiencod
when a brassy e' ugh of croup sounds
through the house at night. Hut tho
. terror soon changes to relief after
i One bruute. Cough Curo has been
j J,j ron
F. J. Fricko &, Co,
You can get a dollar hat at Tucker
Sisters for ex? n t h . C'oitic early as wo
have but few left.
A iiiif-!irriaLreliiib1(;s lir.iiivirtiirof di-lv
ln,r. ljUi-iidinir, wvjjX Curriatres of liar
nc-sn cfm buvn deSHttHiltyi KprMliiii; for thr
lartro. freo eatalofifTftf the I.lkhart Carriuyro
II, llr g T-li l - , ,
nuu xxuruess jj.ii;. eA r.iujiari, iuu.
WHITE'S OPERA HOUSL,
. II. .. Wllll'Ii, Ajiniijc'-.
ONH NKSI1T ONLY
Friday, March; 18
HXUAUKMKNT i 1 1 . "
i-t - ' '
rrrz & webstuk's
(1KK.1T COMKUV CO.,
I'rrsfiit liK the .Tolly JNIusiial Comedy,
"fi. BREEZY TlfflE"
Timed Up to Date.
Sonffs ami Dances.
Head quarters for the
Host Ueer Ou Earth,
As Proved ly the
Greatest Medical Ex
perts iu this C unti .
a ixi is Giving Special
Attention . thin Year
t-i'th IlLST P 'A NI.
liOTTI.LU Hl LIi.
-t-r . . T-. .
m Can Alwavs ! illd :-l
And Other Brands Which Will
Be Sold Very Cheap . By the
Case. ' The " Public : Has
Shown Its Appreciation of
Budweiser by the Fact that
Five Hundred Million Bot-
. ties Were Consumed Last
; Year. . ,, . . '
Delivered to Any Part of the City.
PHIL THIEROLF; Proprietor.
EAxelsior iMeat Market
' BEST OF EVERYTHING
In the meat lire can be found at M. L.
Johnson's formerly 1'etersea's ,
M EAT MA R K ETo
Alain, Bet ween Third and Fourth St.
Cx-erj-thiirj; Frfi.h null of the Kent
La iialty. Care ful . Atrrnt ion
tne Tral? nl
so na I lie l'rii-r.
CHRISTIAN SC ENCE
Reading Rooms and Dispensary,
Drew IJuihling, Flattsmoutli, 'eh.
Open from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p.
m. Service each Sunday, 11 a. m.
..JUSTICE OF THE PEACE..
Fire Insurance at Actual Cost. Collec
tions Given Special Attention. TOtun
Acres ol School bauds for Lease.
We have just received tho nobbiest line of
Hats and Caps
The 'eope's Clothiers.
P. S. We are just receiving a grand line
of Spring Suits and Pants, at popular prices.
That's why you should step in a minute.
'.I?. '!'. "Tll r i iyS'
The Maine Disaster has caused., What will be the
out come of it? Time will tell. . In , the .meantime
share part of your attention with us, for we have a
pleasant. surprise in. store for you in the shape of
the finest line of , . ' .
VESTING TOP SHOES
That American Skill and ingenuity can produce. ?TIs true wo
don't sell everything from a beefsteak to a yard of calico, we
give'our undivided attention to ' '
S H O E S-- G OODSH 6 E S
And forty years experience goes with every pair that leaves our
store. Some stores get fancy prices for their op-to-date goods,
but we make a uniform frofit on ail lines, - consequently wo will
6ave you 25 or 50 Cents, on every pair of our newHIMMKo, BLACK
or tOLOUEU hiioks They are beauties and hav such pretty
Coin Toes, but they won't coot a much coin as you might think.
Come, let us dress your feet properly and you will
... get Ease, Pleasure and Satisfaction. '
.. THE LEADERS . :
IN TfiE GROGERY TRADE
A. H. WECKBACH & CO.
fTIIICY cafry the largest and most complete line in 'Cass 'county. BEvery-
thing fresh and new. They pay c ;sh fir our goods and give their custo
mers the advautage of special discounts. A eompileto lloe of canned goods
always in stock.' Tho only place in the city where you Jean get all kinds of
fresh Cheese. Call and see Ui. " ' ' ' .
A. H. WECKBACH &
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