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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1898)
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NKV.'s, KM:ili"lii'il Nov. r., Is'.il.
1'L.ATTSMOUTII, NKR. JUNK lf. 1898.
Ill I'AU), i HiulilihU.-.l April Id, ,hc,i. f
CJOiiHollclutfc Jan. J, Is'..r.
Battle of Manila,
YOUR CHOICE FOR 25c.
Snyder & Co,, Jewelers and Opticians
See Them in Our Window,
j The World Beater,
i Vadiu m talks Business, and means Business, 'vhon ho pays
The Herrick Refrigerator
is llio host in the Market, and if he can't prove it. liu will trivo
you otto. That's cer'lainly a Fair offer.
ple of the
is found in
this Cut. Qy
The warm air rises, as llvcryono know?, and as shown above
keeps a eurrcne moving' all tho time.
Here is the style of the old
bcr l'earlinaii sells the 1est,
and its the IIKRRICK.
L" hon! of n:n3ois ' 1 1)
. PEARLM AIM'S.
THE BIG FURNITURE MAM.
Here is one of those
who are either so prej
udiced against all ad
vertised remedies, or
have become discour
aged at the failure of
other medicines to help
them, and who will
succumb to the grim
knowing of the won
derful value of Foley's
Honey and Tar for all
Throat and Lung troubles.
For Sale by SMITH & PARMELE and FRICKE & CO.
.. THE LEADERS ..
N THE GROCERY TRflDb
A. H. WECKBACH & CO.
TIIEY carry tho largest and most complete line in Cis Vounty. : Every
thing fresh and new. They pay cash for our goods and give their custo
mors the advantage of special discounts. A complete line of canned jroeds
always in stock. The only place in tho city where you Jean get all kinds of
fresh Cheese. Call and see us.
A. H. WECKBACH & E. Waterman Bit
sM MaVa SJU ASSETS tsaf
but have sold direct to the con
sumer for 25 years at whole
nld t rices, savin? him the
dealer's profits. Shipany-J
irnere ir examination.
K very-thing -warranted.
118 styles of Vehicle,
63 styles of Harness.
Tnn Hiiff-irtffl. 9 tfi to ?70.
iff Rnrrovi. A.'a) to 9125. Carria
ettes, Sprine-Koad and Milk
ar tt fl.,rrr Rirnfii Prfee 116 00 "m fleuu u ,ar- no. owj surrey, rnw, wn cnnmrni
K A,d aV"'for" Cataloguo of all our styles, shade, apron and fenders. 60. good a
ELKHART CAB8IAGE AND HARNESS MFG. CO. W. B. FKATT. Be. EiKUABT.
Turn i i air i
I Aft A.
No. 60U Surrey. Price, with enrttim, lamps, mn
eui ror l-AJ,
When Weak, AWary ami Wasted
from Kidney Diseases, why not try
Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed
medicine. Smith & Parme'.o and F. G.
Frieke & Co.
The five acres with residence, east
and adjoining U. & M. lumber yards.
2i acres in alfalfa. Berries. 2 wells.
Rember if you don't see it in the
NEWS, it isn't worth seeiDg.
A little boy asked for a btle cf
"get up in the morning as f ist you
c;in," the drugtrist iee gnized a house
hold name for "De Witt's I itt'e Ear'.y
Risers." and gave him a bottle of those
famous little pills for constipation
sick headeache, liver and stomach
troubles. F. G. Fricke, & Co.
Pansies in general mixture, 20 cents
per dozen. Extra Sne blooming plants
25 cents per dozen at L. A. Mooru's
Telephone No. 15.
Tliry Will lie Mihti-m! In at
Fort Crook This Week.
COMPANY H ORDHKHl) HLKh
II W ill t'oinc lo I'l il iKinoiilli Tomorrow
i:nin and a I'rt-liiiiiiiiiry Kx
aiiilnal Ion Will H- llclil
Liieutent C. A. Itawls received in
sii'tii'tions from the adjutant .general
totlay to have company 1! ready to
in jvij on short not.ee. lie wired Capt
Sheldon and Ihe other oilicurs to bring
the ni'Mi li ji e torn )rrow evening, when
they will he examined, as a f.ort of
p uiimiuary by Doctors Hall, Humph
ry unci others.
The coinmis.-ioners will pay tlu board
of the comp tny while hero as lias been
th.enstom oviir in Iowa and within a
fev days they will join the regiment
at Fort Cro;;k to md:ili.e and get
miir-terod in for the active work at the
front, i'.a' tsmoath has not sheltered
a company of volunteers since the
"s!xi s and tho noys will be gladly
C.it. Huil had a bit tf experience
the olLer niirht ti-iat he won't care to
have ag liu. It teems that Mrs. Hull
went cut to spend the evening with
Mrs. Kmkiad in the Second ward, and
tue night bing da: k and rainy, and
Mr.-i. K. b'-inc alone, Mrs. Hull con
cluded to stay ;ill night, to she tent
woid to th;a effect to her !iu-b:uid,Uut
he did nut get it. E. 11. Woolcy was
Capt. Hull's guest, and after waiting
for hi-i spouse to return until after ten
o'cloek, they retired. About eleven
o'clock E. II. "Woolev s.ivs he was
awakened from his slumbers by Mr.
llidl, wlio taid lie fe.ired hii wife
iiiigiit have tt-irted home and in the
darkness the might have been as
saulted by tramp-, and as he could not
sleep he wanted Ed to go with him.
E i got up, dres-ed and with a lantern
they started out, Capt. Hull in front
carrying the lantern. Dr. Schild
knecht's ( llice was visited, as Mr.
Hull knew if anyone was sick where
his wife had gone ho would know of
it. The doctor had no knowledge of
any illn-.s-s but thought the lady was
at Frank Doyd's. They then went up
into the Third ward, got oil tho right
street and finally got righted by get
ting 1'eivy Gass out of bed for infor
mation. To make a long story short,
they lear ned that Mrs. Hull was at
Kinkead's up near McMakcn'e, and off
fo." that pa t of town they trudged.
While walking near J. M. I'atterson's,
Mr. Hull was in front and E. II.
Woolcy following, two burly tramps
halted Mr. H, but before they could
sliike a blow Vv'ooley stepped up and
they tooiv to their hee;s, as the cap
tain Uok a stroke at one of t:.em with
his big cane. Af-er wandering over
the north end of 'town the, captain
thial'y found his wife safe in bed, and
he ;w;d Woolcy meekly returned to
Wintersieen hill. We did not en
quire what was snid, but enough to do
li:e tubjectfull justice no doubt
l.ook OatTor Til em.
1. C. Holland, publisher of "The
DeWctivo," the recognized police
journal cf America, is in tho city
at'et.ding the annu .1 meeting of the
Railway Special Agent's association
s i vs-.the 1 !ce.
Mr. Holland, who h is a very wide
acquaintance among the ci iminal ele
ment of the count'-, s.tid he was sur
prised at the great number of the
grafting class of criminals that Ho met
during his short stay in Omaha.
'vVhy"said he "'during my visit to
the exposition grounds yesterday I met
no less than a dozen 'good' men and
several women whom 1 knew. Sev
eral of them I talked to and all profess
ed to bo here on the 'square'. They
said they had not 'turned a trick'
since thier arrival, although f hey came
here for that purpose.
"The majority of ihoso I met were
from Chic igo and from what I could
learn before I left home the Chicago
rr presentation during the next few
weeks will be greatly swelled, as a
pre.it many contemplate visiting
Omaha in a professional capacity."
Like all visitors from Chicago Mr,
Hol.ana was greatly surprised at the
magnitude of the exposition and com
pared it not unfavorably with the
great Chicaifo exposition.
('oiiiinlMnioiinrn' l'ro --llm;n.
I'l-ATTsMoc iU, Neb., June 7, lSIiS.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment;
full board present. Minutes of prev
ious session read and approved, when
the following business was trim-acted
in regular form:
Hoard was engaged with the bonds
men of ex-Conn ly Treasurer W. li
Cushing, out no agreement was
reached in regard to a .settlement
Hoard adjourned to meet June 8.
June 8, lS'.ts.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
full board present.
CLAIMS ALI.OWKI) ON' i KNKHAL 1 - I'MJ
J C Hayes, sal ami cxp $ f
("co W Young, same 10 0:
J I' I-alter, same 11! Nl
James Robertson, same 1 i-i 1
James Kobe" tson, fare for pauper HII
Oeij I.. Farley, sal and cxp 101 n
K 1' llovey, exp acct and extra 7,i IK)
J I) Ferguson, team feed for com
Hurry Johnson, labor at court house 10 -r0
A I. Todd, salary 01 1
I) A Campbell, fees V (10
II Waintraub, weighing coal 3 fo
K K Hilton, surveying Urt (Ml
1! J Hempel, salary 5(1 00
Adam Kurtz, digging graves 7 (Ki
I' II Scideiistricker, labor 11 10
(i M Spurlock. legal blanks :i 0l
J D McUride, b arding prisoners 10
W I) Wheeler, jailor fees .11
I I'earlman, order from I. Ottnat 'i" 00
I'l I llovey, bal on examining records.... 200 no
I. Ottnat, part l av painting court house. . .10 00
K (iuthman, boarding jury -I -
S K Hall, iui v certificates 10 00
l'iattsmouth Journal, rinting It'
W V Coates k Co, nidse It 2
John A Clements, printing lti to
State lournal Co, supplies fio
I'latts Water Co, plumbing at jail !
Omaha Printing Co, supplies 3 h.1
Mrs K E Yoder. care of poor 6 (Ml
l'lienberger & Troop, hay to poor farm.. l'J 10
A 1 Thomas M: Son. mdse to poor farm... 1 G."
Wm Herold & Son, nidse to poor 7 (Mi
Aug Iiach, same S 00
FS Gold, same 12 oo
lohn Couia. same 5 00
P A Jacobson, same Hi 00
Wurl vS: Cotfey, same 8 On
J C Smith, care of cripple 10 oo
June J, 1SD8.
I II lolmson. assessinsr Avoca prec 122 70
Geo N La Rue. Liberty ! 20
W A Rhoden. Tipton l.m
W C Nye, Kock Jilulfs 1(50 (
Henry llerz, l'iattsmouth I1t 10
John Meiford. Salt Creek l(Jl 10
Chas Weidman, Greenwood ll3Kt
F M Massie, Mt Pleasant US 10
M L Fredrich, Eight Mile Grove !W .10
A Jenkins, Cente." 1"" (Mi
A A Knott, Louisville US CO
II V Kropp, Nehawka !T fit
G K Vandenburg, Elm wood I3S 00
S C Patterson, assessing South Itend prec 107 fid
ASSESSINO PLATTSMOCTII CITY.
O Guthman, 1st ward 100 00
P E Kuff ner 2d ward im 00
C S Twiss. 3d ward 151 00
Henry Ofe, 1th ward Ifi'.l (MJ
G C Covalt, 5th ward 10ii 00
ASSESSING WEEPING AVATEK CITY'.
A L L'pham, same
J M Jeronshek, nidse to poor.
A Clark, same
John Swoboda same
Weckbach & Co, same
F S White, same
B O Marquard, same
O 1 Axtell, same
F II Sackett, 2d ward
T F Jameson, 3d ward
C D Clapp. erroneous tax refunded
A Hawrick, nidse to poor
John Waterman, nidse to Co
S A Davis, oil to poor farm
Zuckweiler 5; Lutz, mdse to poor
F"ee bill, state vs Ossenkop
Hit I DUE FUND.
I K Sheelev & Co. bui'ding bridges S 1,000 00
COUNTY KOAD FUND.
W I Jones, viewing road 7 00
I W lolmson. same i 00
David Miller, same 1 0.J
J L Hartshorn, serving notices 1 1.1
DISTRICT KOAD FUND.
Peter Rauen, repairs 3 fO
G G Pitz, work dist lti 10 (Ml
S I Compton, dist 13 1 40
J F Fitzpatrick. dist 43 3 40
John Fitzpatrick. dist 43 3 30
1111 Parkhurst. tiling dist 5 14 30
Isaac Bates, dist 13 7 50
Wolf & Tool, lumber dist 8 7 81
I R IJarr. nails dist 6 4 10
Board adjourned to meet as a board
of equalization June 14, 1S98.
I. O. O. I. No. 7.
Will meet at their hall at S o'cioek
t'lis evening to a.-Tanie for the f jcerai
of nr !.-te h 'Othe'-, Henry M ii tens.
Hy O ".ler of N. G.
Se, '.e!i. b.-r iu ;.t 1 'Wei",
c. !"."! 'o e: '' 'i M r it cli
l rutin r. r-
I-'. V Kidney ui
reined f. r ai
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WHITE BR EAST
LINCOLN AVE. AND
M tltllLE STS.,
II. M. SOENMCHSEX, 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 J
keep on hand all kinds of Wood. All or- A
tiers promptly delivered. Leave orders
at grocery store of A. H. Weckbach & Co. Q
Itiiv For Sale
Either in the ba e or loose, as may
Choice verbena plants in bud -III cents
per dozen. Geraniums, 60 ce::ts "to
$l.ol)er dozen. Also a choice lot cf
hardy perennial plants that will b'.o m
this year, at L. A. Moore's green
house. The Gut Ileil continues to head tho
list as a lino o-cent cigar. Ask for no
iTescribe them because they never vary
from One standard of medicinal quality-
the highest and doctors are careful folks.
You trust your family doctor of
course. Ask him. 9 -, jr' '
la sealed bottles ocJy.
TRADE SUPPLIED BY
RICHARDSON DRUG CO,
Opposite Bank of Cas:-:
18 lbs best granulated sugar $1.0U
li) lbs best "C" jugar l.(K)
Ilueket Syrup 4-j
Hueket Jelly 40
2 lb package Oatmeal ().")
I'rico baking powder, I-lb can . .,
Price b iking powder, i-lb can... 'M
Uon-Ijon baking powdor, 1 -lb can 10
Calumet baking powder, 1-lb can 1!)
1 lb Pepper : 18
10 cent sack of Salt Q
lo-cent sack of Salt 0
Ilest Salt, per barrel 1 00
Lemon extract, per bottle Oo
Vanilla extract, per bottle Oo
Coal oil, per tral 10
Xew York Cream Cheese 13
Drv Salt Meat 07
Hrcnkfast bacon, per lb - h
California 1 lams, p rlb
Largo ifamts, per lb o
Uologna, per ll c
Gooil bucket I .
IJest libre bucket : .',
I ran, 100 lbs
Elegant Hour bins 1
Lamp chimneys .
Argo gloss starch (i!1
Argocorn st ircli ( I
Best crackers, pur lb (. i
1 doz. clothes pins (.1
1 lb Uattlo-Axo Tobacco :
1 lb "G-for-lO" Tobacco is
1 lb J. T. Tob.n o :; . i
Horseshoe tobacco ;
Star tobacco I i -
IT WILL PAY YOU TO ATI
GREAT SPECIAL 8..
Opposite Bank of Cass County, iJi
Essays on; MILK are Good, but CRI.
We give you the CREAM of the SHOE subject, from the mo-t x-'.:.','
States, where nothing but skilled labor is employed and where d ,u l i i
and not permitted to pass to the trade.
We did NOT receive a palty consignment of Twenty ';
and then swell up and advertise Hhe Largest Stock" of shoos, to ii. i'i.-,
then comrjel you to look with chagrin and disgust on the small a.-v-c-tsne:.
you did not want. We never have to resort to such misleading stat i
Replenished Our Stock to the cuzu
So, if you cannot be suited in two or three articles, you do ft h ;vo to str;
wonder what to do, for we have an UNLIMITED KE.-JEI iVE, and we c ; :
during the beautiful Springtime that will spring you to your fcut a::d ir...
Latest Novelties in Hot Weather
Infants' Chocolate strap bow Sandals, 2's to o's o-jc. Inf in'.-.' ('V ) .;t .
Child's Chocolate strap bow Sandals, 4's to S's Goc. Infar.l -' ! ..A i 1.;.
Child's Extra fine Choc, strap Sandals 85c and 9oc. Ir.f a--' (.'.:o.;. f x'.
Child's Extra fine (Anvil bottom) bow Sandals, 8 to Inf a:? ( ! I :-l and
11 $1.00 to $1.15. ,':o'.a button 7".
Missej' Extra fine (Anvil bottom) bow S indals, Hi to Chii ls Ve-li-ig To
2's $1.25 to $1.50. to SI. JO
Misses' Choc, strap bow Sandals, 11 to 2's 00c to $1. ChLu Anvil b.j i ,
Job lot all solid Goat button, 8 to 11 75c to boc. to -1.:Jo.
Ladies' Oxfords $1 25, $1.50, $1.65. Little G-nt-', p Lt.
Everything Mentioned Is Solid Leather 7V I.r
The Pearl Steam lauudry has just
received one of the latest pattern
bosom, collar and cuff ironers from
Chicago, and is better prepared than
ever to do nice work. Remember
Pearl Steam linndrv. Main street.
J Tho farmer, the mechanic ai d :!.
! bicycle rider ?.re liable to u ..'.
j cuts and bruises. De'vVi'.l's Witch
iazei taive is me oc-st i:,ii.g io ::
on hand. It he.ils quickly, an i i- ;.
well known cure lor pi.vw. i '. ( '.
Fricke & Co.
Thoufands of sufferers from grippe
have been restored to health by One
Minute Cc-usrh Cure. Itquicklj- cures
coughs, coids, bronchitis, pneomonia,
grippe, asthmi, and all throat and
lung diseases. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Coates & Co. 6ell lawn mowers
cheaper than ever. Also the best
. grade of hose.
Advertisers never got. such iio d '
value for their money in this co i::y
as at the present time in the i:-:i!y !
and Semi-Weekly News. The be-t j
class of people take the-e p-ijiers and
our list shows a rapid growth. I'ltnii
an ad vertisement and rewards are cei
tain, if you have anything the peop!
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