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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1898)
Wall Popov Kings.
After an experience of twenty years in handling Wall Paper, we have no hesitancy in saying
that we are better satisfied with our stock this season than with any selection heretofore made.
For Exquisite Designs, Large Assortment and wide range
Cass county- Our prices run from lOc to $1.25 a Bolt,
of prices, our stock is unsurpassed in
That means a double roll, and is not
M .A '
While spring" weather has not opened up as
favorable to the clothing- trade, it is re
markable how many spring suits we have
sold already, and if you come in and look
us over it will not surprise you why we are
selling- more clothing than any other house
Our $6 All Wool, Silk Lined
Is a Hummer and can not be duplicated any
where for $8.00 and many places they will
ask you $10.00 for the same goods.
And talk about Pants!
You have heard of the
You can buy a pair at $1.50, $2, $3, $4 and $o.
Every pair of them warranted 7iot to rip or
a button to come off.
By the way do not forget our nice Combination
Suit at $5. . I
Talk about Furnishing Goods and Hats every- t
body knows we are Leaders. Come in and t
see our Spring- Shirts and Neckware, we t
have the latest Novelties. And when vou
talk about Hats we can please anybody 5
and ever' body from little Boy's Hats to a j
71 Man's. f
JOE & FRANK,
Your Clothiers And Furnishers.
B otter Than Hver
....IS THE IMMENSE LINE OF....
. . . . JUST RECEIVED BY THE ....
All the Newest Shapes and Styles that the eastern
markets afforded in
Trunin 1 nss
Aie to be seen at their Parlors. Imported Pattern
Hat and Flowers from Parisian artists. Everything-up-to-date.
. . .On account of the prosperous outlook, the largest line
of MILLINERY ever brought to the city has been
Every Taste Can Be Suited..
And every want supplied from the cheapest to the
most elaborate and richly-trimmed Head wear ever
seen in the west.
... .The Swell Flowers Orchids and Nasturtiums, with
plenty of Violets, Roses, Lilly of the Valle', Hya
cinths, and other varieties to select from.
MISS NETTIE WfDDELb
An Artistic Trimmer of St. Joe will keep this depart
ment up to a high standard of excellence.
Remember to Call and Inspect Our Goods and Prices. . . .
Resolution and Ultimatum To
Issue as One Paper.
WHEN ALL IS IN READINESS
A Iccilve Itlow to be Struck Soldiers
Hiid Nenmeu Kager for the Fray No
Likelihood of Spain' Hack Down
Washington, D. C, April 19, 3:30
p. m. Special to the News. The
resolutions have boon sent to the
president for his signature. He will
hold then, until the ultimatum to
Spain is ready for the official sanction
and then sign up both documents as
one paper. The president favors giv
ing Spain a few days in which to
evacuate Cuba during which time our
n.aval forces will be gotten in readi
ness to strike a decisive blow. It is
! the belief on all sides, in diplomatic,
military and official circles, that be
fore this time next week, hostilities
will bo on, as there is nothing to indi
cate a back down on the part of Spain,
which alone can prevent a Gght.
When the United States squadron and
the Spanish flotilla come together,
there will be witnessed the prettiest,
the most scientific and -the most de
cisive naval engagement the world
has ever seen, and the American sea
men will show to the world what a
Yankee is as an expert when it comes
to building and operating a navy.
The troops are rapidly reaching the
gulf ports and in an incredibly' short
time will be ready for any emergency.
There is but one sentiment in all cir
cles a longing to punish Spain for
her repeated insults to our flag; to
avenge the destruction of the Maine
and the murder of her crew. The
army officers and men are eager tha.t
an encounter shall come and should
anything arise to prevent it there
will be great disappointment.
The cabinet adjourned at 3 o'clock.
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Dar Johnson departed for Weeping
Get Wash-a-Lone soap at Zuck
weiler & Lutz.
"Wm. D. Denier of Elmwood was
in the city today.
Red River Early Ohio potatoes for
sale at F. S. White's.
Mrs. E. W. Fitt was an Omaha pas
senger this afternoon.
Insure in the German American.
Fred Ebinger, Agent.
Boston brown bread at Holloway's
on Tuesday and Thursdays.
Northern grown Early Rose seed
potatoes at Bennett & Tutt's.
Holloway's popular steamed bread
is made of Heisel's best flour.
F. J. Morgan went to Lincon this
morning on insurance business.
Frof. Volkwein, the bandmaster,
was an Omaha passenger today.
Sam Sawtell returned home this
morning from a trip to Lincoln.
Ham. Lloyd a first class man of
Union was a visitor in Plattsmouth
The latest song is a beautiiul ballad,
"My Sweetheart went down with the
Miss Tillie Ohm is lying verv. low at
the home of her parents, of Bright's
Prayer meeting Thursday night at
South Park church, to which all are
Constable Deneon has been ill for
several days but is able to be about to
day as usual.
L. C. Todu of Nehawka arrived to
day to attend the funeral of his sister,
Go to Anthony's music store on iower
Main street for everything in the way
of sheet music
Lawn mowers sharpened and put in
first class condition at Coates & Co's.
Miss Peckham, who has been visit
ing D. M. Johnson's, has returned to
F. C. Townsend, of Louisville, Ky.,
was in the city last night, on business
with Pnil. Thierolf.
Mrs. Sally Thomas is up from Kan
sas City to attend the funeral of the
late Mrs. T. J. Thomas.
Tin roofing and spouting promtly at
tended to and in best manner by leav
ing orders at Coates & Co.
The News is in possession of an in
toresting letter from J. C. Petersen,
which will appear tomoraow.
All th? members and friends of the
Christian church are i equcsted to be
pro sent at the church Wclnesil-iy
evening to consider a proposed addi
tion to the building.
The secretary of tho Impcri-il Mys
tic Legion will be at Gcring's drug
store Wednesday evening, 7:."0 to !).
Remember that the Evkximi News
is the only paper in the city which
prints all the news every l;.y in tho
Weekbaoh & Co., yesterdoy sold two
car loads of hay from the car in a wry
few hours. They advertised in llio :
News. ' i
Dr. Wilkinson, specialist, eye, cav. !
noso and throat. Will bo at Dr. Liv- 1
ingston's oflico for consultation 'lues-
day April 19.
Fred Ebinger got a letter from (lor- '
many this morning conveying the. sad '
information of the death of his In oth
er's wife at Stutgart. !
Lost A lady's apocketook, ont lin
ing a $10 bill, about $'2 in change and
some receipts, The finder will .o re
warded by leaving at the News oilier.
Posey Messersraith says 11. C. Me-
Maken would havo been tuirircJ ail
right the day he went to Ouriha iii'y 1
he got olT at Gibson and walked into j
If John Coleman were out on the j
road he'd hava no trouble in catching j
a train. He can Hag a trtin with a
match as dexterously as a rounder cud 1
hit a break beam. j
A. Hi Wockbach lefi this afternoon
for Schu3'ler where ho will contract !
for five car loads of hay. IK: i ! '
friends at Fremont touioivo w
turn in the evening.
D. M. Jones returned this morning !
from a ten days' visit at his old home i
in New Albany, Ind. It was his first
visit in nearly thirty years, and he ;
enjoyed it very much.
Tbo Fraternal Union will yivc a
social this evening at the G. A. K.
hall. Admission live cents, supper
free. A good musical ami literary
program will be given.
The Mozart club will meet at the
home of Miss Guthman Tuesday eve
ning Aprii 19. Important business is
to be transacted aod all members aro
requested to be present.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Hon. A. S.
Cooley came in this morning from
Omaha where he is now loc.ited,
having removed his office from Lin
coln about two months ago.
Twelve Pullman ears passed
through here this afternoon enrout.o
to Cheyenno to transport troops to tbo
gulf pending war operations. Kd John
son, with engina 270 was pulling then;.
The Christian church society is soon
to build an extension to the north and
east sides of its church in order to fur
nish seating room for the crowds which
are now in regular attendance there.
Thirty-five years make a generation .
That is how long Adolph Fisher, of
Zanesville, O., suffered from piles.
He was cured by u-?ing three boxes of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. F. G.
Fricke & Co.
W. L. Pickett's host of friends in
this city will be glad to learn that ho
won out in his struggle with rheuma
tism, by the aid of the Lincoln sani
tarium, and that he is at home again
on duty at the B. & M. depot.
It is a great leap from the old fash
ioned doses of blue-mass and nauseous
physics to the pleasant little pills
known as De Witt's Little Early Risers.
They cure constipation, sick headache
and biliousness. F. G. Fricke & Co
All members of Ivy Lodge D. of II.
and Loyal Mystic Legion ar e requested
to meet at I. O. O. F. hail Wednesday
at 1 o'clock to attend the funeral of
Mrs. T. J. Thomas. Members of Sister
Lodge D. of II. are invited to attend.
Dr. Schildknecht, who has done
more in the last ten years to improve
the town than any other man in it is
not only putting down a neat brick
sidewalk but he has graded so as to
enhance the appearance and value of
his property very much.
Perry Reynolds, a brakeman on L5. &
M. No. 5, had a. fight vviih two bums
at Ashland yesterday morning. Just
before the train started away from I
that place, he saw the two climb on j
the blind baggage. When the train
had started he went forward and pot j
them off. Todothisho had to jumnj
irom the train and while ho w.-.s wa I- 1
to catch the step of one of the rear c : rs
the tramps attacked him. Ho defend
ed himself vigorously aod the enpinear
stopped the train to let the crew go to
the help of the brakeman. When the
reinforcements jumped off the train
however the tramp3 fled. Tney suc
ceeded in scratching Reynolds up
pretty badly. State Journal.
1. W. Tcogardea. administrator vs.
(I. F. S. Inirton et al. foreclosure.
The court give-! ptaintilT first lien for
3:272. 7:1 and second lien to C. II. I'arm
cle estate $:;9l.!. and third lien 5hsoii
- Rout for l(S.:il, making 77").!!
with interest at t'-m p;rcMit. D.-creo
entered and property ordered sold at
James V. Thomas vs. Theodore
Uoedeker. Motion (o dKmi-iS sus
tained. Gertrude M. Wiley vs. Charles E.
Wiley. On motion to dismiss because
plain HIT has not com plied with former
order of court, submittjd and -t,.s-tained
and cause dismissed at costs of
Motion to relax costs in case of Mc
f'ormaek S: Iro. vs. (''.iey i al, sus
tained except ;s :o bill of exeptious.
Sarah 10. Laiihan vs. .John Kantian,
decree of divorce granted.
P X. Fibson leeoveri'd a dehViency
judgment w. Y . S. Il imb et' ti in the
hU:)) of I, IS7.1J
C. C l'ar.ne'.e rtce.ivea vs. .Ino Swo
boda, deficiency judgment givi-n for
1 !'').! 'i i.
Court a(ij:'Urned for the te m.
Sliil in .7ail
Duel; Ad.ini-, who was brought in
from Louisville yesto; day, exclu-ive
mention of which v.s male in (his
paper list evening, is stiil in jail,
having failed to secure bandsmen.
Adams is said to have assault d Miles
i . his storo at Louisville, knock's-
; ..! down, and that he then
I : ! ii a pit ce of board tmashed
jiii of hi- -iiow e;i;es and demolished
the gl'-ss in the front of the store,
lie was arrested, and the nonstable
informed us was bound over to court.
This will he quite a serious matter, as
Adams will have to lie in jail several
months bef: re he can get a. hearing,
unless some one coiues to his rescue,
which is not likely.
A Keci nit inj; OHioe.
Guy Livingston has opened a re
crnitinsr office and has twenty-two
names on the muster roll. I). C. Mc
Kntee heads tbo List, and while Dave's
corporosity is against his making
quick marches in a torrid climate,
there is no doubt but he wou!d make
a gocd target for the Dons. Guy hopes
to get 1-0 names in time to get in on
the president's iirt call.
Shake into Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot Kase, a. powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing nervous feet ;ind instantly takes
the sting out of corns an bunions. It's
the greatest comfort of the ape. Ai
len's Foot-Ease makes tight or now
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure
fo; sweating, callous and hot, tired,
aching feet. Try it today. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores. By
mail for 2-3 cents in stamps. Trial
package FREE. Address
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
At the Top..
. . Yes, at the Very TiirTop
Of Trouser Excellence stand the
There are other makes of trous
ers, to be sure, but the Dutchess
Trousers are the Acme of perfection
in a wear-resisting, medium-priced
We have encased over oirhL
thousand pairs of legs in Dutchess
trousers in Plattsmouth, and the
stream of legs constantly corning
back to be re-encased in the Dutch
ess ( and won't have any other kind )
is proof positive of their intrinsic
worth. You take no chances when
you buy Dutchess trousers should
a seam yawn or a button forget its
business, we will pay you for the
damage, for these trousers are war
i anted ; yes, sir, actually warranted.
We have all sizes the fat, the lean,
the short, the tall. Why! bless your
soul, we fit them all.
Just try a pair the next time you
need trousers, and we will hitch a
bigger load to your dollar than it ever
"One Price and No Monkey Business."
$25 . OO IIB WA1ZJ3 !
U THE BEST WE GARRY
This Shoe, in many places,
will cost you t and -5.
Is offered to any person who will
Stock a pair of ... .
Ladies Colored Shoes
That were bought for last spring and summer
trade so you need not 1e afraid of jettin- any
old or off-color stuff shoved off on you, for..
Change of FuueraL
The funeral or the late Mrs. T. J.
Thomas will take place from the Pres
byterian church at 2 o'clock tomor. ow
instead of from the residence, as pub- J
Our new Spring Goods are Factory
Made, Neat, Clean and Up-to-date.
wait on you in our shirt sleeves and. haven't any diamonds
in the bosoms of our shirts, as have the clerks .in the lancy
out-of-town shoe stores; but with us, we don't make you pay for prl
i I l L W f I 1
the extra style, for, upon inspecting our new Spring.
..VESTING TOP SHOES..
You will realize that we can save you from 50c to SI. 00 on every
pair. We haven't any misleading, off-color, old style, rutcji g-onds
tt catch prices. The adjoining figure represents our S2.5 black
and S2.75 Chocolate shoes, which stand all kinds of mud and water
and will be nearly as shapely the day -ou throw them away as the
day you bit" them.
Our Men's Colored Cloth Tops
Are arriving- daily, they being delayed on account of being- factory
made, ane not left-overs in Red Colors from last year.
Our grocery and dry g-oods department will be opened next
year, and for the remainder of this year we will continue to devote
our Undivided Attention to Durable, Shapely Fool-.car, not such
as dr- goods, auction and grocer- stores sell.
n.EPA,Rl.N- ROBT SHERWOOD
A torpid liver robs you of ambition j
and ruins your health. DcWitt'd Lit
tle Early Risers cleanse the liver,
cure constipation and all stomach iind .
liver troubles. F. G. Fricke Sc Co. f
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