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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1898)
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(Jo u sol ldu ted Jud. 1, IMr.l.
PLATTSMOUTir, Np., AI'IUL I), 1803.
VOL. VI. NO. 10.
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A FfiiEIlD OF THE FAMILY.
GREAT THROAT and
h) I ill
U n c o niJ i t io rwil" S ur rc u U er A lo u e
" Gun Prevent It.'
MUST Kl-UXOUISIi ALL CLAIMS
To tula or I- ijjlit Spain 'Will Never Ac-
rede War 1'reparat ion are 1'rog ret
hlnjj Meadify in Hot i CoootrleH
Nchm of Local Interest.
For Snlolby SMITH 1'AHM ELI'
Farm Tools, Etc.
A special paint for each pur
pose, not one slapdash mix
ture for all.
Not low priced, but highest grade at fair, honest prices. You know
our reputation. We say these are the best paints we know of. You'll
s:iy so ton after you have used them.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
Washington, '.April S, tl:'oi) p. in. ;
iSi.tci il to the Nhwh: Pi epru-ations
fir war are steadily going on in both
this country and Spain. Cun'i'urs
has J.dj urncl until Monday, aim
though ) iulic bO-itiiii'iit is moro j - ic t
5 o re a v il h e exo' t ( u 1 3 t em nor;; ri ly
allayed, win feeling hourly growing
r-t Ol 'gcf. . . .
Amorie iiiH uro lowing Havana a-a.-rt
as M.ips t a u ( an y tliOm. 'Minis
r Wonifoid his n ordered, not to
oavo M drid vet fo; a few days
pcnOir-g I hi iht r Jiofiul iation..
AH i n 1 ications pjint mure strongly
than tvji to w.i r. la i id there i lm
p s-iihit! er.iimt: tuv pt-uea uni'jfs ?pain
wilt nl (nu-ts itiliiui i-li nil i:' aim; t)
L ;iu:i v. iui'li tin :i'.s .: ill pleto a titl nn-
liduio.ial surrender on the part of
tli.it 1'iuiitiv, which is uduiitlcd in
diplomatic and military circles here
that mio "ill never do.
io the UDit d
U Problem as
BELDING BROS. & Co.,
JAS. S. KIRK & CO..
Htcs8. Jas. S. Kirk & Co.,
Chicago, Tils. '.
We have civon your "White Cloud" soa d a thoroush
test in washing pieces of linen embroidered with our
"New Process" Wash Embroidery Silks and lind it . .
entirely satisfactory. We take pleasure in recom
mending it as a superior article for laundering tino
(S.'gned) Beldlxq Enos. & Co.
Refering to the above, we deem it important to state
that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud
Soap now has the highest authority as its endorser as being
superior for fine laundry work, lor the bath and toilet it
also ranks first as a pure white floating soap.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.,
Ittiirncl I'rom Honduras.
S. 1J. Atwood ;md wife returned last
evening alter a months aosenco, uur-
inir wliicu lime they visiiea iew ur-
leand and went by steanier to Hon
duras and Guatamala ia Central
Americ 1. Mr. Atwood reports a de
lightful time and t-ays Honduras is a
ood country to live in. They stopped
at Uelize and went up into the coun
try on a river steamer, banana rais
ing is a pre at industry down there,
the ship which brought them homo
earriou loriv cars ot me irun. jia-
botany was as cheap and common as
Cottonwood used to bu hero and was
uuliz.-d for fence building and other
cheap work, ilio sjiI was very rich
ind wonderfully productive. Three
crops 01 'orn can 00 grown in one
1 year, and supar cane is piauieu out
once, the cane is cut nd new stalks
rrow up. 'J liero was no cud of deli
cious tropical iruits, me mango cus
tard npp e and many others that a
urtrifMier nuvtr tlsiea. ouuie 01 me
liuest eone'i p ant itious in the world
Lire found in Guat nuala. Mr. "Atwood
was (le-iiyhted witn wnat no saw, trie
trip boinp his first odo into the tropics.
They were both in the best of. health
during the entire' trip and came homo
irjm a ten thousand mile jaunt, nunu
tho worse for thei r outing ..."
Thu lM-iivrr I'.l. iii.lul.
In .breif tiie uubjectMi o be cons dered
at the Uicnnial will IJ us follows:
"lloine," lMiases of L'Jmomic Work-in
States," ''Thfi' Indust
it alTecta Women
''Civic Clubs and llago Improve
ment Associations" at J " Folk Songs
In addition there 1 l bo confereno-a
ou'cTub metliods at 1 hich practical
questions toclubs ooti:' large and small,
will" bo considered. Vraetial phases
of all Uic (luostions w 1 bo the sub
jects of d liieuSion.- 'tr instance, in
the Art meeting such tubje-ets as "The
Decoration of SrliO'd " Juildings", a:a
'What an. Ail Clubin do Jor a Com
munity- will be U .iis-cu. At the
ess meeting at whijli Mrs. llenrot-
in will presid-. such hemos as "How
to secure the C-oi ration of the
l.'i CSsVwith AUriji-K'.c Movement,"
Shall the Club pu ish its News",
etc., will be taken up3 Sun of tiie
best lady jo urn., list s 'in the country
will b'l.tbi- s o.k:rri. :
Attho Library n'fjoting accounls
of the work done by tJubs ail over the
country in tho way . of public and
travelling libraries,' will bo trivon.
At the Educational tonforence Mar
garet J. llvaus. prcsic'ent of tho Min
nesota Federation -nd principal tf
Carletoti college, wii! preside. Mrs.
Cornelius Steyeson, thefaiiious l'gypt-
oloyi-t, will have charge of tho meet
inc on Civic dubs. Sl;e is president
of ih.e noted Civic cl'ub cf 1'liiiadel-
phia, .which has been so potent a fac
tor in tho municipal life of that city.
At the' Industrial meeting Clare de
GratTenrfcd and Mrs' A. P. Stevens,
two of the most noted labor statisti
cians of the country will apeak, also
Mary Kenney O, Sullivan, president of
the Ijoston Union for Industrial Pro
On Sunday, June 2:", twelve princi
pal pulpits of Denver will be filled by
such preachers as Celia Parker Wool-
ley, and Ciroline IWt'ett Crane, and
such speakers as Jane Addams, Mrs.
Cornelious Stevenson and Mrs. Mary
Solomon, president of tho National
Council of Jewish Women.
Chairman Biennial Local Press Com.
OPPOSITE BANK OF CASS COUNTY.
There are Four Things in our Stock to which we
desire to Call Your Attention:
Quality, Style, Assortment and Prices.
First QUALI PY A good brgain in good for bo'h
sides, and th real ai-cret of o'.n' success is due to tho
f ol that we C'n-ider quality, fiivt, last mid nil tho tinm.
A fjood. square dollar's worth ot quality goes with
even article wo otTer.
Second STYL11 Our stock is all in style, every
thing new. When you buy here, thoiefore, you aro
buying the latest.
Third ASSi iKTMKNT V tli full llt.cn to h loct
from, our- pat. :mim an' c riant to gut what thej want.
I'oiirth PKU 1 IS To sell quick, wo sell at tho
right price. A dollar never wont as far us it iroeH right
now. lto il price economy is tho locord at thin Btoro.
These prices are interesting to people who wibh to save money
in buying good goods: , r
Il st Cambric, per yard .$ .;
Indian Head Mu.-lin, short lengths, uer yard .., . ."
Host Table Oil Cloths, per yard. li
Mosquito Netting, per yard 0f
We are showing the Iland-omcst li o of Organdies in the city. We huio a Heautiful Lino of White- (Joodd, at
prices to please. At this sale wo have All-i. " 'en Crash at only "c per yard. A nice White Quilt at only 4Uc. ;
Special Sale on Dress Goods.
We will give one-third olT on all Dress (ioods at li.ic per yard and up. Call and see tho newest things. ' This
Special Price holds good until April loth only. In looking through our Stock-, don't fail to 8-iO thoso flic Percales,
Wo place on salo Special Bargains and want you to call and see. '
Cerinan 1! ue Print-, ior yard
luc and JJc Sheetings goat
.'K.lc and '.I'm' Organdies go at liOc and. ,
2-je Organd ies goat
$ .05 J
One choice lot Ladies' Shoes, 85c. One choice lot Ladies' Shoes, $1
We have a full lino of Ladies' Shoes. In Men's (Joods, we Sell a Dandy Shoo for $1.00, and in bettor goods
wo can show a Choice Lot. In Children's, Misses' and Hoys' Shoes, we havo just what you want.
Seventy-five cents buys a good Hat of us. Just ask to see our $1.00 goods. Wo show them with pleasure.
have hats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.o0, $3.00 and $3.5) and guarantee to save you money on every hat you buy.
soap manufacturers in the world.
Talk About Diamonds
Their brilliant glitter scarce
outrivals' tbe polish you e m put
on a Murzluflshoe. Good leather,
well-tanned leather, that's the
reason. It does more than shine
it wears, it tits, it "feels good"
whether you walk across tho
street or across the continent.
It's a shiner, a staj er, a soother.
Costs money? Of course not
as much as you'd think, though.
Put one on and give its tongue a
chance to talk. You'll do the
talking after you've worn a pair
and we'll sell a lot more.
A Joseph lctxcr, A
A rtn Side Main Street. A
I COAL YARD
LINClt." AVE. AM)
M IKliLE STS.,
II. M. SOE.XMCIISEN, Manager.
Large Supply of all the
HARD COAL SOFT
Including the Famous
Jackson Hill and
Canon City Lump,
Always on hand Also a quantity of
cheaper Grades of NUT COAL. We also
keep on hand all kinds of Wood. All or
ders promptly delivered. Leave orders
at grocery store ol A. H. Weckbach & Co.
Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes
TOE BILIOUS AND KEEVOrS riSOSDEES
pne-h as Wind nnd rain ia tho Stomach.
Giddiness,' I'tilues.- after -munis. Head
ache, Dizziness. Drowsiness.' FlnshiiiKS
of Heat, Xioss of Appetite." Costlvolis.'
Blotelies on the Skin. Old Chills. Dis
turbed Sleep. Prihtful JJreatns and all
JTervous and Trembling Sens;it ions.
THE FIRST EOS E VILL GIVE EELIEr '
IN rWEXTY MINUTES. Every sufferer
will acknowiedye theni to be
A WONDERFUL IV1EDICINE.
HEECIIAM-S PILLS, taken as direct
ed, will quickly restore Females to com
plete health. Tliey, rf'arit'y remove
obstructions or irrerTi!.nHi is nf tLo sy s
tem and cure feirk Sieadaehe. Pur a
IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Deecham's Pills aro
Without a Rival
And hnve the
of any Patent .lledirine in ttie VorIU.
. 25c. at all Drug Stores,
At the Comiui.ssioiit-r s Ollice.
The board tiiday ordered "a hew
t .venty-eight foot bridge bui.t on the
ferry ro.id and work will comuionce
on it toinor. ovv. Ln a few days it will
bo ready for travel, much tu the satis
faction of the public. " .',
On peiitijn uf a nu oibei' of citizens
tilo comuiirsioncrs today closed a con
tract with Matthew Gering.'w'aereiu
the altoriiey undertakes t.) have th.e
clocii - i-iu 'inent set aiue ior-a lee ot
i'SrJ. ' This amount jiieiuJes tli casts
uivulvei in the lurilier pi useCujiou oi
tue. cae,"if he does nut suce-iod thy
'e'.urt'tT fs- lo pay uothiug nu.oure no
-Tiio Jinildl ng and loau aesociat ions
of 'the C-itV havo iu the past low days
p.uii over to the county 1,M. .' .uotiu-
q tiCD 1-1 axes on several pieces ot prop-'
n'ty" in ' this city whic.i inoau9 ,tbat
th 3 a-s jci.itioii win foi eeios x on i
propeu'ty. lhere are a number, pf
ot.itrr ! delinquents wlio mitfiit save
loi-eciosure by p lying up iu IX' next
fe ,v d-sys.- :
Henry Cooper was in j'esterday for
a visit with the -News he having re
turned the d;iy before after spending
the winter in Texat Henry dots not
take any stock in the brick red toil
but the climate duritg winter ho says
is fine. When ho '!, ft Palestine last
week strawberries Jit finest quaUty
were selling o . tSftal Jr ten cents
D?r box and all sorts of early wge
tables were in market. Wheat and
osts were heading out as April is a
harvest month down there. He found
the people very nice and asjbospitable
as could be desired.
. . One Choice Lot Dress Shirts, only 39c.
lerl Sle;ilii L.uunlry.
B. F. Goodman has his new laundry
fully equipped with latest devices,
now in running orcer, ana asKs a
share of your patronage. Pis wo' k is
his best advertisement, and if you try
tne new Jaunary tut re win be no
longer any excuse for sending-goods
away. Nothing, too good for our
patrons is our. motto. Work called
for arid delivered.
1 lb Lion CoiTee
1 lb Arbuckles Coffee .. .
Argo Gloss Starch
Argo Corn Starch
Crackers, per lb
1 dozen clothes pins
12 lbs rolled oats
12 lbs B ivy beans
12 lbs Scotch peas
1 lb Ilorse-hoe Tobacco. .
1 lb Star Tobacco
$1.00 l lb Battle-Axo Tobacco $ 1:0 1 lb Peppor $ 18
1.00 1 lb "6-for-10" Tobacco 18 10 cent sack of Salt 05
0J I lb J. T. Tobacco 30 15-cent sack of Salt 10
u! California Prunes, per lb ('." Best Salt, per barrel 1 00
u'5 Elegant Kaisins, per lb 0r Lemon extract, per bottle 05
3 packages Parlor Matehes 24 Vanilla extract, per bottle 05
Bucket Syrup 4 Coal oil, per gal 10
M Bucket Jelly 40 New York Cream Cheese 13
()1 2 lb package Oatmeal 0.' Dry Salt Meat ..... 07
2-5 1-1 b can Price's baking powder. . 38 Breakfast bacon, per lb 10
25 -lb c:in Price's baking powder. . 20 ' alifornia Hams, per lb 6
jl lb Bon-Bon baking pwder i La - go Harnd, per lb 10
tjjl lb Calumet baking ptwder . 10 Bologna, pur- lb 6J
Opposite Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth.
... fewest i'v Srrd.
:'vLokford"s'r best lnrge
mixed, 5 cents per ounce in
colors. - Best leading varir
cents - per ounee. 1'msv
''Dreer's Exhibition" va-ie'i
AND UN DERTAKI NC
uur stock H comurete la lines ; M we
Invite our friends to look it over. Trll
"mleitvor to please you. Call and see us.
STBEIGKT C SATTLER,
i9uccssnrs to Uti.ry Boeck.)
JLAT TSMOUTH. -
JAMES W SAGE,
The best of rigs furnished at all hour' and his
prices are always reasonable. "T hemost
convenient boarding stable for far-
, , mers in the citv
PL ATTS MOUTH e ilU NE Q i .
' AVill Ut-vokf Ills C'rti;i-tre.:
Mr. iloppjl, the Cod ir Cr egu'fcchooi
teacher, who found it good" policy to
marry on e o f ' his j "To urteea-year-old
P'jjuls,' was asked by the bo!ird to re
sign his 8-hool. Tais bo refusod to do
Another teacher was hired bufc-Uoppel
continued to hold the fort. rT"
Supei iniendent Farley wa? appealed
to bjr t he residents of the district and
he tired the recaleitr nt pedagogue,
but he still refused to go. Today the
super intendent went to Cedar Creek
where lie will revoke Hoppels certifi
cate and thus stop his further attempt
to teach in this community. - -
-"-V - '
Krtster Wet-k at St. Lake's Ctihrch..'
Divine service, Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday aflernoons at 4 o'clock.
Wednesday evening, "lecture at 7;.'0;
Good Friday, 10 a. m. : Passion eervice.
12 to 3 and also service at 7:J0- Sat
urday afternoon, the churchr will be
open for decoration. Easter -Sunday,
ho'y communion at Sand ll.baptism
and the opening of the pyrnmils at
; regular service at 7:30 p.-m.
II. B. Bukgess, llector.
The Pearl S'.eam laundry-bus just
received one of the latest-pattern
bosom, collar and cull irooeVs from
Chicago, and is better prepared than
ever to do nice work. Kemembbr
Pearl Steam laundry. Main street.
white, light bLo., dark purple and
t he - nearest approach to red to be
found In pansies, in separate varieties
:.o to Jo cents per dozm, ready to
plant out'next week. L. A. Moonii
i Crystal ,iriiiirt I;iiry,
MilkT" as pure as gold from tho
loud i-ktvV delivered, -to any part of
the city.- Satisfaciilon guaranteed.
Youtv patronage solicited.
, Leayo orders at News otScc, or at
Bennett & Tutt's grocery store.
S. n,- FisiiKK- Prop.
Tiie public is. hereby notified that I
will not be'responsiblo for any debts
made by m'y daughter Martha, as 1
will not pay "any of-fa'er bills she hav
ing left her home witho.it my consent.
Mrs. " Marv tijimas.
' llitril and Soft Coal.
John Waterman is sole agent for
tho famous Mendota soft coal. Also
carries the bet grades of hard coal.
wood, lumber, laths, shingles, lime,
cement, etc. If you are going to
build, it wilt pay you tosee Water
man. Office at the rear of Water
man block on Fifth street.
Seed l'utatorn. .
For sale fine early rose, early Ohio
lti)d other choicer seed potatoes at . . ;
i it i J A ) T7 Wi-ei.li lAvt ' r'n'c
... 1 ?
Investigation shows that men who
succeed are - men of brains strong
nerves great : will-power. Ordinary
food cannot suppiy the vital forces
which' people with active . brcins and
bodies require. - Bicola Pills feed the
nerves make the: mind bright, mus
cles strong make flesh and bljod and
give perfect health to Men nnd Wo
men. The Turners of Phila-
PELPHIA make Bfcola Pills
J E Huckey, chief clerk National Hotel, Wash
ington, D C. testifies that he was all run down
was a shadow cf his former self ISirola mil
grave him wonderful, relief he gained over
twenty pounds after using.them.
. - - - J.
A Cup of PURE, DELICIOUS
and a Copy of
IHiss Pailoa's Cfioice Receiiils
from the Famous House of
WALTER BAKER & CO.
Established 1780. DORCHESTER, MASS. :
'. AT ' '
i urners i.iriie i.irrr l urners a very
small -pill.- Tara- -yr iivar. Cure sick head
. Selling Agent for Flattsmoath and Cass
County, F. O. FKICKE & CO.
Where all are invited to call and sample the same, FREE of
charge. A lady, dressed to represent the trade mark of the house,
will give full instructions for preparing the same. Don't fail to try it.
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