Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909, May 14, 1898, Image 4

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    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 of prices, our stock is unsurpassed in
Cass county- Our prices run from lOc to $1.25 a Bolt. That means a double roll, and is not
misleading.
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Who
Of a BurglarProof and
Alarm-Giving' Trunk?
JOE a, FRANK
The People's Clothiers,
Have them on exhibition now. They
are the exclusive agents for same
and thev are worth seeing.
The Lock is Burglar-Proof and
Alarm-Giving and when an attempt
is made to pick, pry or open the
same in any way, an alarm is in
stantly sounded by the Firing off of
a Blank Cartridge and the burglar
or thief will leave as quickly as pos
sible, leaving the trunk locked.
You ought to see Joe &. Frank's
nice line of...
Shirts, Hats and Neckwear
Their equal cannot be found.
Their $6.00 SUITS cannot be
equalled for less than $8.50 else
where. Call and investigate.
JOE & FRANK,
The People's Clothiers,
Waterman Corner.
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BRIEFLY TOLD.
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Our new telephone is No. 85. Call us
up.
Jos Gray is suffering with a very
sore foot.
Wescott & Son have a new ad. in
this issue.
$1.60 kid gloves for 75 cents at Tuck
er Sisters.
Q Charles How departed this afternoon
for Chicago.
Red River Early Ohio potatoes for
sale at F. S. White's.
Insure in the German American.
Fred Ebinger, Agent.
Coates & Co. are headquarters for
all kinds of rubber hose.
Rember if you don't see it in the
News, it isn't worth seeing.
Northern grown Early Roso seed
potatoes at Bennett & Tutt's.
Holloway's popular steamed bread
is made of Ileisel's best flour.
Buy your pianos of A. It. Newcomb.
Honest goods. Honest dealer.
Lawn sprinklers and lawn mowers
at Coates & Co's. hardware store.
Fifty dollars fine for borrowing the
News when you ought to subscribe.
AH' perfumes and face powders must
be closed out at cost at Tucker Sisters.
The Gut Ileil continues to head the
list as a fine 5-cent cigar. Ask for no
other.
Hollo way's bread, which has taken
the lead, is made of Heisel's Plansif
ter flour.
A full line of sailor hats just re
ceived at Tucker Sisters. Can 6uit
every taste.
The wheat crop in the best wheat
section of California is pronounced a
total failure.
The Exchange is in charge of the
south side this week. We hope for a
large contribution.
Mrs. W. T. Colo received the 6ad
intelligence today of the sudden death
of her brother, Mr. J. .P. Teters, at
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Akron, la. She left this morning for
that place to attend the obsequies.
Everybody and his girl will go to
Lincoln on the Burlineton Sunday.
Rate $1.50 for the round trip.
The St. Johns society will give a
picnic at Bajeck's park, Sunday Maj
22d, to which the public is invited.
Merritt Kerr has been mustered in
as a member of Co. B, and will not
play in the band, as stated a few days
ago.
Dr. George Wilkinson, the eye and
ear specialist, of Omaha, will be at
Dr. Livingston's office on Tuesday,
May 17th.
Plants of the celebrated Mme.
Gunther, Nasturtium and seed of
same, for sale at L A. Moore's. Tele
phone No. 15.
The T. J. Solcol's will give a grand
ball sit their hall Saturday evening of
this week. Good music and a good
time. Come.
The machine shop boys today hoisted
the stars and 6tripos over their build
ing and will join the other depart
ments in a jubilee when the other
Hags arrive.
The Ladies Aid socidty of the M. E.
church will give and ice cream social
at their rooms in Union block, Thurs
day. May 19. Ice cream and cake' 10
cents. Everybody invited.
The Insurance Gasoline stove is
good. So is the Quick Meal, but we
have one that is better for less money.
Come nnd see it.
Stkkight & Sattler.
W. D. Fisher will give an entertain
ment with his new graphophone at the
Mercervillo school- house, near the
cemetery, Saturday evening, May 14.
Admission 10 cents, children under 8,
free.
A swell entertainment wLl bo given
at the Presbyterian church Monday,
May 23. Miss Wilhelmina Lowe, the
famous harpist and. Greenleaf the im
personator, wfll furnish a program of
rare merit. Don't fail to attend.
Judge Ramsey yesterday appointed
Judge Hay ward to act as county attor
ney during the absence of Paul .les
sen, or until the latter resigns. The
appointment seems to give good satis
faction. Nebraska City News.
It costs tho Nebraska City folks
$2.35 to go to Lincoln Sunday,
while Plattsmouth people only have
to pay $1.50 on account of the liberal
i ty of the B. & M. A big crowd will
bo there from this city if the weather
is favorable.
Tha hose was turned on tho st-eet
yesterday to settle the dust and dur
ing tho greater part of the day the
streets were covered with several
inches of mud. This reminds us that
the merchants should sweep the
streets at least once a week and re
move tho dirt.
Cant. J. M. Ilandley and wife of the
Salvation arm wore expecting to
leave next Sunday, but the date has
been deferred until May 22, when their
successors will bj here. Cipt. Iland
ley has been . by odds the best repre
sentative of the army here, and we
regret to see him go away.
George E. Bigelow of Lincoln de
livered his lecture, "Cutting my Dye
Teeth" last night at the Christian
church. There was not much of an
audience present as to numbers, but
those in attendance enjoyed the lec
ture very much. Mr. Bigelow is an
able and fluent speaker and his re
marks last niget were more in the line
of a socialistic sermon than a lecture
Bro. Bigelow is a true believer in the
teachings of Christ the doctrine of
the brotherhood of man and the father
hood of God It is to be regretted that
he was not greeted by a larger audi
en co.
Woman') Club Doing.
1 he members of the Woman's club
returned from their Ashland trip this
morning perfectly enthusiastic over
their visit, and the perfect hospitality
of the Ashland club. This was a re
turn visit on tho part of Plattsmouth
to the visit of Ashland last spring,
and a joint program, with Weeping
Water and Ashland clubs participat
ing, was rendered.
Tho Ashland club also tendered a
reception yesterday afternoon which
was highly enjoyable aud largely at
tended. The Plattsmouth delegation was
met on their arrival by Mesdames
Fales and Hicks and assigned to their
places of entertainment.
At 3 o'clock the hospitable home of
Mrs. Hornsberger was thrown open
and a reception from 3 until 5 o'clock,
perfect in every detail, took place.
The rooms with their lovely decora
tions of lavender and pink, the Ash
land club colors, were made still more
charming by the beautiful gowns and
happy faces of the assembled guests.
The color scheme was carried out by
pink and lavender flowers, with a back'
ground of pa'ms in the hail where Mrs.
Hornsberger and Mrs. Hugo Wiggin
horn received the guests. In the par
lor the Ashland club received the
guests under a canooy composed of
alternating colors of pink and lav
ender bunting. Lovely flowers
were also in evidence. In the dancing
room Miss Orange and Miss Wiggin
horn, assisted by Miss Frickeof Platts
mouth, dispensed dainty refreshments,
while a mandolin club, stationed on
tho stair landing, dispensed sweet
music.
In the evening the program follow
ing was delightfully rendered:
Address of welome, Mrs. Fales. Re
sponse by Mrs. -Davis of Plattsmouth.
Paper by Mrs. C. C. Parmele of
Plattsmouth
Paper by Mrs. Murtry of Weeping
Water.
Instrumental music, Mrs. Steele of
Ashland.
Paper, Mrs. Travis, Plattsmouth.
Review, "The Beth Book," Mrs.
Teegarden, Weeping Water.
Vocal solo, Miss Edith Patterson,
Plattsmouth,
Paper. Mrs. Laverty, Ashland.
A vote of thanks was given the Ash
land club for the delightful entertain
ment received.
lor Sale.
Road wagon in good condition.
Cheap. Inquire at News office
To Consumptive.
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advance stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief io
the very worst casas, and in the early
stages to effect a cure. Smith &
Parmele and F. G. Fricke & Co.
Special Kate to Lincoln.
In order to give friends a chance to
bid the volunteers good-bye, before
they leave, the B. & M. has made a
rate of $1.50 for the round trip between
Plattsmouth and Lincoln. A special
train will leave Lincoln at six o'clock
Sunday evening for return.
The Daily State Journal and the
Evening News make a combina
tion that can't be equaled. All the
local home news and the news from
every corner of the erlobe at your door
overy day for only 20 cents per week.
Go to Anthony's music store on lower
Main street for everything in the way
of sheet music.
AT II EST.
In memory of Edward Leo Johnson,
who died in Omaha, March 21, 189S.
"He rests iu God." this message came
To friends and loved ones here;
No more that loving voice will greet,
Parents and classmates dear.
We know that round his dying couch,
Bright angels lingering stood.
To strengthen in that dying hour
And bear his spirt home to God.
In that bright land of peace and joy.
No tear is shed, there is no pain.
No parting sad. no fears annoy.
He knoweth now "to die is gain."
Oh, year, at thy beginning.
If joy to others you did bring.
You surely brought aworld of grief
To those whose names In love we cling.
Oh, parents sad, and friends bereaved.
Think, think ye of these things, .
Like him to tread the path that leads
Unto the King of Kings.
Dear Master, Thou our helper be.
To follow as Thou lead the way.
Till we may dwell forever with Thee,
There is no parting one eternal day.
Sleep on, sleep on, thou pulseless heart.
Where heaven's stars drop golden rain
From every troubled thought apart.
Forgotten every earthly pain.
Sleep on, thy long repose is sweet.
Thy grave is green with grassy sod.
Oh, loved ones, list! a voice doth say.
"He sweetly sleeps, he rests in God."
By his former teacher, M. II. K.
I UK ELY IKKSUNAL.
A. Mattou9 is in Omaha today.
Mrs. Kl Mc.Maeken re'U'-ned to Al
liance today.
Benj. Beck man. went out to'Lineoln
this morniug.
Phil Thierolf was doing business in
Omaha today.
John Schiappecasse was buying fruit
in Omaha today.
Joe Klein hid occasion to go to
Omaha this a. m.
Frank Boyd was in Omaha on com
pany business tod ty.
Alf. Cooley, deputy U. S. marshal,
came in from Omaha today.
France Ballance and Henry Snyder
went to Omaha this afternoon.
Gedrge E. Bigelow, the lecturer, re
turned to Lincoln this morning.
Mrs. Dr. Dearing and sons went to
N orfolk today to visit the doctor.
D. S. Guild arrived home this even
ing from a business trip to tho Black
Hills.
Sam Sawtell, jr. of Omaha, is in the
city on a visit to his father, the con
tractor. Mrs. Isabella Spurlock of York is
in the city today on a visit to her son,
George M.
F. J Coates is in the city on busi
ness today. ' He reports the Mercer as
quite prosperous.
Mirs Helena Bedford, cne of the
city teachers, is visiting her mother
at Nebraska City.
Charley Rutherford and family
moved to Omaha today where thsy
will in the future reside.
Ed. Heitzhausen, the popular land
lord at the Hotel Plattsmouth, was an
Omaha visitor today.
A. C. Wright of Elmwood is in the
city on business today. He reports
Elmwood as traveling ahead at herold
time gait.
J. W. Johnson is homo from his visit
to the soldier boys at Camp Saunders.
He says the Nebraska volunteers are
as fine a body of soldier3 as he ever
saw. te was aeiigntea witn tneir
personal appearance and discipline.
Ice cream supper Friday evening at
Salvation Army headquarters on
lower Main street. The money to be
used for the good of the work. Every
body invited.
liarlingtoD Koate 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 Los 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, eta Uniformed
Dorters 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 class
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,
All kinds of jewelry, clocks and
watches promptly repaired. All work
warranted. J. W. Crabill, first door
west of Waterman block, Plattsmouth.
Thousands of sufferers from grippe
have been restored to health by One
Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures
coughs, coids, bronchitis, pneomoaia,
grippe, asthma, and all throat nd
lung diseases. F. G. Fricke & Co.
As good as a "tenner" is the verdict
of those who have tried Wurl Bros.'
Gut Hoil 5 cent cigar.
Old papers for sale at thisi office.
BRITISH IN AMERICA.
It I ItiuiRtl That They Own Twenty
Million Acres Here.
How ranch property do British sub
jects owu iu America? The agyrogato,
based ou absolute facts, is known to be
at least 20,000,000 acres, asserts Tit
Bits. TIim largest of all is probably the Tex
ns possession of tho syndicate whicli
includes in its meniln'i p the 1 )nkes
of Beaufort and Kutftiiil. E til Cadngaii
and tho Baroness Bunlctt -Cnutts.
The total amount of land held by this
association is 3,300, 000 at re-'. It is, as
is tho caso with most of tho Texas land,
largely composed of what is called
range country that is, luml that in
better adapted for cattle raising than
anything else.
Cattle and wheat are what tho Brit
ish investor seems to think money
should bo niado on in tho United States.
That is why tho syndieato represented
by the British capitalist Vincent Scully
owns 3,000,000 acres of land in Nebras
ka, Iowa and Illinois. This property is
situat d in tho heart of tho wheat grow
ing section.
Two American girls, who now wear,
by virtue of their marriage with Eng
lish peers, two of tho highest British
titles the Duchess of Marlborough and
Lady Randolph Churchill are interest
ed with Sir Edward Reed in a syndi
cate that owns 2,000,000 acres situated
in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mex
ico. This is purely a cattle country, and
on it raugo thousands of head of live
stock.
The re is another syndicate which in
cludes among its members tho Earl of
Dalhousie, aKwcll as Viscountess Cross,
Lady Hamilton Cordon, tho Marquis
Cholmoudeley and several ethers.
Thero is a holding iu a still different
part of tho country, for tho lauds of the
syndicate comprise 1,800,000 acres in
Mississippi, including cotton planta
tions, acres and acres of sugar cano and
enough swine to stock 1,000 farms.
Lord Tweeddalo is a syndieato in
himself and owns 1,:J00, 000 acres.
Like most individual land owners with
large holdings, his property includes a
vast territory which, liko that of tho
syndicate spoken of, includes immense
tracts of grazing lands. Nearly all of
this immense possession is devoted to
stock. St. Louis Republic.
THE CLERK'S MISTAKE.
Thought Rite Was a Hayseed TtecanHe She
Ordered a Kerosene Lamp.
Just after tho night clerk had come
on at the hotel and curled his mustache
to his liking his attention was called to
business.
"Kerosene lamp for 237," requested
a bellboy.
"Kerosene lamp?" echoed the clerk
as he whirled the register about. "Let
mo see. Blondly and wife of Plauker
villo in 237. I thought so. Never been
in a first class hotel before. Go back and
show them bow to use the electric light.
Wonder they didn't send for a tallow
candle," and the clerk tuck several of
the corridor loungers into his confidence.
"Lady says if this hotel can't afford
a lamp to send up a gas stove and send
it quick," said the bellboy, who had
made tha round trip in phenomenal
time. "She acts pretty hot. "
"Pretty cold, I should think. Go back
there aud open the register, shov the
lady how to usa tho water faucets and
how to tnrn off the electricity. Thank
tho Lord, sho can't blow it out."
The next word from 237 came with a
rush. It was brought by a vision of
loveliness, dressed in bewitching style,
her face flushed and her blso eyes throw
ing off sparks. "Make out ocr bill and
receipt it at cnee, " she said as her dain
ty foot beat time on the marble tiling.
"But, Mrs. Blondly"
"Attend to my order, sir. Include in
your bill a carriage aud an express wag
on to transfer us and our tilings and
tell Mr. Blondly when bo comes in that
he will find usat the other boii.-:e, where
we will spend the rest of tho season.
Understand, we must go at once. I
want to go to a hotel where it will bo
possible to warm some milk for baby
before the little angel starves to death."
Then the loungers had fun with the
clerk, and the best he could muster was
a sickly grin. Buffalo News.
Zola's I'roposed Lecture Tour.
It is reported that M. Zola has agreed
to come to the United States and deliver
about 15 lectures, relating probably to
anti-Semitism in France and to the trials
of Dreyfus and himself The arrange
ment is asserted to have been made with
Mr. Edmund Gerson of New York and
to have followed immediately upon the
decision of the French government to
grant M. Zola an appeal from the sen
tence of imprisonment lately pronounc
ed upon him. An interesting detail of
this report is that a sum approaching
00,000 is promised to M. Zola for his
visit. One could wish perhaps that that
detail had been omitted. M. Zola would
undoubtedly excite great interest here
and would draw fall houses, but he
most interests Americans at present in
his character, lately assumed, of patriot
and protestaut against prejudice and in
justice, and interest based on grounds
of that sort is hardly suitable for con
version into cab. It is possible, how
ever, that his recent experiences have
been costly, and that he has more than
ordinary need cf money. Harper's
Weekly.
Not Used to Fragile Piece.
Mrs. Housewife Bridget, that is the
seventh piece of china that you have
broken within the last two days.
Bridget I know, mum. At the last
place where I wor-rked the folks never
ate off of annything but gooln and sil
ver. Soraerville 'Mass.) Journal.
For superior job work call
at the
News office,
Now, 13oys9
..Your Time If as Conie.
Get ready Fall in, and capture one
of those beautiful Watches at Wes
cott's. Absolutely given away to
boys between the ages of five and
twenty years, on CASH purchase of
seven dollars and fifty cents in boys'
wear. We take pleasure in making
this extraordinary offer to the boys,
and feel sure that all boys who get
Watches at Wescott's will be emi
nently pleased, as the watch is not
only a beauty, but also a reliable
time-keeper, constructed in the most
thorough and scientific manner
known to the art of watch-making.
Without abuse, they are absolutely
and unequivocally guaranteed for
one year. Watch our West Window
and you'll see the Watches.
Every boy can get a watch on the
above conditions, and no other. Lose
no time in getting the right time so
easy at the right place.
One Price and No Monkey Busi-ness.
mmw &
Clothiers, Hatters,, HabcrcfciKlicrs
Give the Children a Drink
callel Grain-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizing, nourishing food drink to
take the place of colTe . Sold bv all
grocers ana liked by all who have used
it because when proporly prepared it
tastes like the Gnost coffee but is free
from all its injurious properties.
Grain-O aid3 digestion and strengthens
the nerves. It is not a stimulant but a
health builder, and children, as well
as adults, can drink it with great
benefit. Coets about one-fourth as
much as coffee. 15 and "oc.
A Cheap Trip.
The ODDortunity to visit tho
southern States alTo.-ded by the semi
monthly excursions of tho Louisville
& Nashville Railroad is one that should
be taken advantage of by every one in
terested. Theso excurisons are ar
ranged for tho first ana third Tuesdays
of April. The tickets are good on the
regular trains of those dates leaving
northern terminals, and can also bo
purchased through from agents of con
necting lines. Tickets are sold to
points in Kentucky, Tennessee, A'a
bama, tho carolinas, Mississippi
Georgia and the western portions of
Florida. They are good for return
passage on any Tuesday or Friday
within twenty-one days, and allow
fifteen days on the going trip to stop
off and examine the country. The
cost for the round trip is about the
regular" one-way rate, and on same
dates one-way tickets are sold at alxjut
two-thirds of the regular rates.
For full particulars, write to C. 1. At
more, G. P. A., Louisvile, Ky., or Geo.
B. Horner, D. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
If you want t- smoke the best ty
Wurl Bros. Gut Heil. The finest 5
cent cigar made.
Thirty-five years make a generation.
That is how long Adolph Fisher, of
Zanesville, O., suffered from piles,
lie was cured by u-ing three boxes of
PiWiti's Witch Hazel Salve. F. G.
Fricke & C.
Notice to Ice Consume.
Our ice bcok3 are 30 cts. per 100 l!s.
Cash from and after this date. Ch
only. F. S. White,
H. C. McMaken & Son.
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Ilecurat ion I, y
The Woman's Uglier Cnrpi w. uld
like to have 02 girls butwoon tlii ngrn
of 8 and Vi to a-hihUm I)..oorat ion day.
They arc roq i.-sted to meet ;it (J. A.
R. hall Saturday, May 11, at 1 p. m.
Have Von Kidney Trouhle?
A i'Oc trial bottle of Foley 'h Kidney
Cure will prevent serious results from
this usually fatal disease. Smith U
Parmele and F. G. Fricke & Co.
Pansics in general mixture, L'O cents
per dozen. Fxtra Quo blooming planis
2T cents per dozen at L. aMooios.
Telephone No. .
TO CLICK A COI,l IN ONK MAY
Take Laxati vo liiomo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
rails to cure. ."c. The genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
Special DOlici s un.-..-r this ,o,i will
chartren for at ihn r-.tf of '4 fftn! per word
t-ach 1 usertion . )
MIStKI.LANKdls.
;OK KKST. ( ioor) P room ticii; an1 lia.ri, -i
doors west of Hotel Kiley. J. 11. Pollock!
WANTED Active, sober ani trustworthy man
to travel through tins section. Saian- z j,
month, payable weekly, aii'1 expenses: ol-ri.1iH
opportunity. AoWress Ml El'' company, lir"
fEPOUT OF THE C'OMiri'lO.N
OK TMii
GERMAN ISA NK OK MLKItOCK,
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braska, at the close of bu-iness .a r. l.:-.
r'iiarfor V.. 471 -at f i-rAr.t-l, ;.. .V... .
Jksoi;i:;e.s.
Loans and discounts I'i.X, i,z
Hankinir-hoiiMtt. furniture and lix-
t 1 1 rt4 t r. . . . .
Current expenses and taxes p:iid ' TT .'..!
ijv,c ironi national, siate and private
banks and banker-i ; i-
Cash iji.m 4f
Total . $j:ji:vi 74
I IAnlUTIES.
Capital stock paid in ."Mi (hi
y iiuiimcu pioill- HI
I ndivitltia ! fiction it i..rt fit 1.... L- Iiiim.- i.
Time certificates of deposit s.HJl
Total ii;;.:i it
State of Ni-.i:i:aska, )
Cass Count v . ss
I. M. K. Neitzel, cashier of tin abovo ii.irin-
bank, do solemnly swi-ar that the ah estau
nie.it is true to the be-t of mv knowledge and be
lief. H. K. N'tiThi., ahicr
Atte t:
Aktio k Kiki.i, D rerfor.
Louis Nkitzki.. Director.
hubneribed and sworn to before nie this rth
day ol May. Iwh. o. 1'. Stkwakt,
Justice ol the I'eare.
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