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Belongs to the
SiY YD BR & CO.,
Jewelers and Opticians,
The Semi-Weekly News-Herald
No Cheap Goods
No shoddy Wiiros, which wo iiro rnarhinir
"Special jiuv Prices." Wo h:ivo boon in tho mercantile business iti
1 Matlsmouth for tho oast t wenty-oifjht years and have established a
reputation for. . . .
The Best Goods at inc..
..Lowest Possible Prices.
This is our motto, on r i n variable
rule, wo do not propose to
d"p.-irt f om it now. J n t- Spring
stock is lar.-r and more com
plete Litis vr;ir than over.
Wo art; solo agents in lTatts
inoutli for tho celebrated "Hiaek
Cat" brand Triplo Knue Stock
i ti s.
( 'iinio in and see us and wo
will troat .you ritrht.
JJIt GOODS YJJ CKOCISKIJIS
PUBLISHED ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
. , . IIV THE . . .
NEWS riTHLlSlIING COMPANY,
M. I. I'OLK, KDITOR.
One Year, in advance, . .
. $5 ''
fcK.MI- WKKKLY KDITION.
Otic Year, in advance, . . . . tl 00
Six Mouths, SO
The Sherwin-Wiluams Cl.
Farm Tools, Etc.
A special paint for each pur
pose, not one slap-dash 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 krrv- of. You'll
s iy so too after you have used them.
T-'-'.F LARGEST CIRCULATION
Ot any Cass County Paper.
C.M.I, I OK COI NTY CONVENTION.
The republicans of Cass county aro
hcrchy c died to meet in covention at
Weeping Water, NoWrask i. on Satur
day, July 30, KS'.lS, at ono o'clock p. in.
for tho purpose of placing in nomina
tion candidates for tho following oMi
C'.s, to-wit: County attorney, two
members of the h-;islatu o, one sena
tor, oi:e member of tho board of county
com :u iasioners from the third district;
a!.-o t i select 21 do gales to the btate
convention at Lincoln, August 10, at
10 o'clock a. m ; also 2o delegated to
tho first eongro.-bioi a convention at
Lincoln, on August 11, at S p. ni., and
for the tra tisaction of such other bus
iness us may pcoperly cilne before the
eon veiii iou .
Tho couiuiit'c recommended that
there be o proxies i cognized, but
that the d'- eg:tos present from each
precinct or ward cast its full vole.
The rep? onontatioii is b.ised on
the villi) east for C. W. Kaley, (regent
for tin: state university in lh07,) being
one d legate for e;;eh 15 votes or ma
jor fraction thereof, and ono delegate
at lartru for each precinct or ward:
1 I Mli AMI NO OKI.
2 ni '
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4 p in 7
5 p 111 '
X p 111 f,
8 p 111 II
8 to 9 p 111 '.'
8 ti. 9 pm '.'
8 to p in r
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S to ii p ni 5
8 to i m S
H to ! p in H
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F. G. FRICKE & CO.
.. THE LEADERS ..
A. H. WBCKBACH & CO.
HP HEY carry the largest and most complete line in Cass "county. jjEvery-
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 goods
always in stock. The only place in the city where you can get all kinds of
fresh Cheese. Call and see us.
A. H. WECKBACH & E. Waterman 51L
raw t z a
ARE THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DIS
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
Is a guaranteed remedy for all KIDfiEY and fjfij
BLADDER Diseases. McA
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I'KC 1 Vo I INii l-I.Al 1-
8 M iie ( ii ovi-, Ht-il scliool house
Klmwoo 1. M unlock school h'se
Louisville, llascniicr's liall
N.-ha'A ka, Ni-hauka scli'l h'se
Ml l'li-asant. ricat-aiit Dale "
Ko( k I5h!!ts
I- i r s t I list.. M urrav school h'se
Second " Rock l'.,ull-;
I ipion Lumb'r oilice I-".at;!e
South llelic), So lieiiil school h'se
Stove ' reek, Kliuwuoil upci'H h'se
::1: Creek, ii eeii-.vooil
W Water prct.i 'aM a-le school li'se
Wee.-iii; Water I'itv
I-irst War-I. II A K hall
iv ornl Ward, "oiiiiri! (.'Iiamber
! hint Want. Towel's Hall
l'l.itt 1'rct Tav lor school house 4 to 5 p ni
I'lattMuoulh I it y
i'"ir-t Ward. 1'erkins House
S--co;i I War i.'l urn r 1 ia'I
l tnr-1 W-ird. K itch' v liuhr ollici
i.urt1' W;. r !.( 'ouocil I 'handier
Fdtli W;-id. ,-clioo! House
ti to 8 p in 7
to 8 p m 9
to 8 p ni II
to 8 p 111 4
to 8 n ni ti
i !. C I :;: i;is i.i-k,
'! II V. 1 i av.a in n e-m m i s -i ou wi-lsail
A o;u-t 1", begin ;h - wo k of est-b-lishing
a local government for the
new territory aeqoired.
A. C. FosTKK, of Omaha, is or.o of
the strongest men that could be mimed
for lieutenant governor. Ho will Ire
nominated if the geography question
ii not urged agamst him too strong.
TliK democrats, poulists and free
silver republic. ins will each hold a
convention at Louisville, tomorrow
for the purpose of seb cting delegates
to the state, congressional, Hoat and
county conventions. Their conven
tion for nominating a county ticket
has not been called yet.
Till-: town of Fremout seems to ex
plain wn Dodge county has been de
serting the fiat money business and
gives a republican maj ity occasion
ally. The May bank statement showed
the deposits in the bink- of that town
amounted to 81,l00,0d0. Few towns of
the same size in the entiio country
could make a b tter showing.
Til?: republicans of Otce county are
to bo congratulated on their nominee
for county attorney, John W. Dixon,
one of the brightest young lawyers in
that county. Mr. Dixon has often been
called here on business, and has many
warm friends and admirers who hope
to see the good judr- nient of old Otoe
exempl lied by giving him a rousing
maioritv this fall
The reublican county convention
meeis a Weeping Water tommocrow
f v the pui'jio-e of selecting delegates
to the stave, congressional and float
representative conventions, and nomi
nating a county ticket. The outlook
for a harmonious convention is all
that could be desired, and an invin
cible ticket i- certain to be nominated
which w ill increase the majority ii;
this count v.
For Sale by SMITII & PARMELE and FRICKE & CO.
The five acres with residence, east
and adjoining 13. & M. lumber yards.
'2t aci es in alfalfa. Berries. 2 wells.
The Gut Ileii continues to head the
list as a tine 5-cent cigar. Ask for no
"I think DeWitt's Wiich Hazel
Salve is the finest preparation on the
market for piles " So writes John C.
Du'in, of Wheeling, Va. Try it and
you will think the same. It alsocures
eczema and all skin diseases. F. G.
It is, or should be, the highest aim
of every merchant to please his cus
tomers; and that the wide-awake drug !
firm of Meyers & Eshlem in, 'Sterling.
III., is doing so, is proven by the fol
lowing, from Mr. Eshleman: "It my
sixteen years, experience in the drusr :
business I have never seen or sold or j
tried a medicine that gave as good sat-
isfaction as Chamberlain's Coiic. '
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kecnedv."
Sold by all druggist
Insure in the German A.mervcan.
Fred Ebingar, Afjent.
The strong anti-i-ass" rt solutions
b nig udopted by the pop convention,
ai d ihe cordial Mipport given the state
l ing wh;cn rines on passes, and has
done a 1-ii.ger pas-, brokerage business
I ban any ?ot of state etticials we ever
had, is refreshing indeed. The puolic
don't love a hypoe. ite and if '.ho pari'
is icaily opposed to the pa-s system it
must, as n matter of good faith, turn
down the iloicomb, Edmis-ten, Bryan
J) YOl" remember what Due i ie
wrote of Spain? "There she lies at
the fu ther er.tremity of the conti
t.ent, a huge and torpid mass, the only
repres-ent iti ve now remaining of the
feelings and the knowledge of the
middle ages. And, what is the worst
symptom of all, she is taVstied with
her own condition. Though she is the
most backward country in Europe, she
believes lier.ii.lf to be tho ino.st fore- j
mio-t. She is proud of everything of !
which the ought to be nliame l. Siie j
is proud of the antiquity i f her opin- ,
ions, ptouil of the strengtti of her i
faith, proud of her i m iiiciimi ni bl e and
childish credulity, proud of In r in.- j
willingiio-s to an end either her er.-eu
or her cu-tonn, proud of her hatred of j
heiiitk-s and proud (flier timlyiig
vigilance vvilh which she ha.sballh-.il
their elTorts t- obtain a full and legal
o.itabl ish men t on her moi1.,?
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&w??wm ?w?w www????? ????j??????m?wM? -
. G. DOVEY
'1 ho tuggeslion ih.t e.imes from
Washington that I'resident M Kinh-y
will not waste any time with "nego
tiations" as the term is generally un
derstood, but will formulate at oi.ee
tho terms upon which lie will make
peace with Spain and go on with the
war until they are accepted, is a good
on 3. It will .save a groat deal of pa
laver, uncertainty and rot. It will
also et a valuable precedent against
the usu .1 custom of long intoi change
of notes in which each party has sev
eral "ultimatums" up its sleeve, and
in favor of .absolute frankness and
straight talk. MeKiniey knows what
will satisfy the American people, and
whether it will pay in go on and light
until Ii people are &a i lslieil. j ist a:
well today i s ho will in a wiek r :
month and he will make a ten striki
in polities, by telling the Spanish gov
ernment what tho l-.ms must in.
without ihe b i si. ci i en mlocut ion or
Tnat may not be diplomacy hut it is
business and this is a bu-iness govern
ment. Diplomacy is a relic of inedi
aevalism.a'iy way, and it is time Uncle
Sam ch inged the cu-tom. Sia e Jour
nal. IXKIKMATION AM nl'l.MDXS,
Hail did tremendous damage in
Cnieago yesterday, destroying thou
sands of panes of window giass. This
was followed ny rain in tor rents with
a high wind.
Tho IT. S. circuit court, in Chicago
yesterday decided that, the exprc.ss
companies must pay the stamp tax,
and t ho corpora t ion gav notice of ati
appeal. Theexp'e-s companies don't
propose to pay their share of the war
tax if they can help it.
The Porto lii'of iks might ii- well
get l'eadv to H;oept the sovereignty of
Uncle S im. The days are short when
the Spanish flag will lloat over that,
What a joke it would be if the ('ass
county populi-ts t-ho'i d call tin i
comity convention ov.-r ni, I ;-.! ti
Junction, u.s the democrats and silver
republicans wou'd have to f-Ilo.v idem
and hold there also. Some people
never lead but are great on the follow,
especially if a public oi'tics is in sight.
The populists of Lancaster county.
in convention yesteruay endorsed ill"
war noiicv of I 'resident McKinlev in
strong tei ms. This is as it should be.
Sunday has been a great day in
American history. Doneison surren
dered on Sunday, the Monitor turned
back the terrible Merrimac on Sunday,
Dewe' whipped the Spauish lleet, at
Manila on Sunday and Schley sunk
Cervera's fleet on Sunday. Tho Amer
cans are first in peace, first in war
tnd generally get, there on tho first
day of the week, commonly called
A cable lino across the Pacific to
Hong Kong touching at Hawaii, the
Lad roues and the I'uiiippines has been
:ontracteJ for at a cost of 10.u!0,O0ii.
Pii is has become a necessity since the
i inexation of the Sandwich Islands.
"Cass county is for I5urkett for con
e.-sman," said a L no. -In man yoiter
ty, "and the nomination might a-
eii be made by acclam iti.m. Tneic
s i.o use to conceal the fact that 'as
ouniy is for Liurkett. 'md ;is the dele
ration of that county added to tha'. o!
Lmcaster count- makes a majority,
tile light is all over exc -Pt the formal
ity of calling the roil." State Journal.
The occupants of the Philippines
e present such a variety of races thai
hirty-one languages are spoken
The opinion that co'-u nation s have
no souis will peihas be slightly
amended by those who read t lie
following order that was published by
lie Burlington to enginemen on th
road: "On account of very sick pa
tient near cut at lork, engine-
men will retrain from sounding whis
tle unless absoluteiv necesa-v, in the
immediate vicinity of that place.''
The democratic medicine mixers are
very busy just now cajoling their pop
ulist brethren, so as to get fusion dele
gates elected tomo-row to the several
conventions Ihe silver republican
oarty, consisting of John Leyii i and
two other fellows, wi'l be in line anv-
vvav, for without R fusion deal their
pre.-ence would not be known.
Commencing: MONDAY, A-JCU
continuing for the next ThirLy '
THORNS TO SIT UPON.
Many people gather tiiorns by fail
ing to heed the warning sent out by
di-eased kidneys coated tongue par-
cneu sKin ieveriur.ess uun acning
oain general feeling of we ikness is
sure evidence of kid nv and bladder
trouble. Take Utah Kidney Hems at
once they have cured thou-and-s of
others. TlIETriiNEIWOF PlULAUEL
PI1A make Utah Kidney Deans.
E. B. Samuels, County Clerk of Hickman
County, Clinton. Kentucky, testifies, that he
suffered for years with horrible pains in the back,
kidneys and bladder was treated by many physi
cians they gave him no relief he sot so that fie
could hardly stand alone L'th Kidney "ians,
ne says completely cured him. He gladly rec
..nniends them to all sufferers.
F. G. Fricke & Co.. telling agents for Platts
niouth and Cass Co.
Turner's Little Liver Turner- A very
small pill. Turn your liver. A true laxative.
An after-dinner pill.
p R G : : i
ON ALL SUMMED O
From 69c up
Percales, -JO' in. ivide, - 7c
Lawns, - "c
(liiijjhams, - )C
Special R -. ! :
Dimities : '
Peal rotc ft (.'
and ',(; ;;
THE BEST SUMMER CORSET MA
SHOE DEP'T All Tan and Chocol.it j Le
pers at very low prices, to close...
Children's Tan Shoes, 0' to V, - :v
Children's Tan Shoes, 81 to if, -Children's
Tan Shoes, 11t:, - 1 .)'.)
A few Colors in Carpet Warp, only about lOO !lv ,
are offering at 12ic per pound.
CARPET DEP'T-.ViV; 10 dozen Prnssels !,.- p,r ;.,'.
quette Puqs, $1 .2). Make ijour selections ea rl i , as tin.- ni!!
last a few days. Xeiv Moijnettc Carpets ami narauis ..-.
reived. 2 dozen If 'indow Shades, 'jOc f ind, for fj.le; extra a-.n,,,1
ff'hife Enameled Curtain Poles and fixtures, all conijtlele, :, . ' !e.
Have you seen the Dewey washable Carpel, for !f,P,e ?
L. L. Muslin, oO'-in. wide, a a bleached, 4c; he.sl qaalihi.
Best bleached Muslin, five, six and seven rents.
This Sale is GENUINE. Enough said.
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Essays on MILK are Good, bi
We give you the CREAM of the SHOE subjec', iYom tl,
States, where nothing but skilled labor is empl j an ;
arid not permitted to pass to the trade.
We did NOT receive a paltv consignment of "
and then swell up and advertise "the Largest Stoc;.'" of -1. ...
then comnel you to look with chagrin and disgust on ie- -r.i
you did not want. We never have to resort to such ini-l -a
m Replenished Our Stock to th
So, if you cannot be suited in two or three articles, you do-,") h v ; i
wonder what to do, for we havo an UNLIMITED KESEilVE, a :d v. .
during the beautiful Springtime that will epring 3-011 to vo ir fe ;t .1 ;
Latest Novelties in Hot Wealhe
Infants' Chocolate strap bow Sandals, 2's to o's -Via. Infant.-' Choc .late, i
Child's Chocolate strap bow Sandals, 4's to 8's (i-jc. Infanti' I :i.-, ol . 1.
Child's Extra fine Choc, strap Sandals 80c and !oc. Inf nits" Choc. (. .-;:
Child's Extra fine (Anvil bottom) bow Sandals, hi to
11 $1.(1(1 to i.ir.
Misse-' Extra fine (Anvil bottom) bow Sandals, Hi to
2's 8 1.25 to SI. 50.
Mioses' Choc, strap bow Sandals, 11 to 2's fJ0c to SI.
Job lot all solid Goat button', 8i to 11 75c to Hoc
Ladies' Oxfords $1 25, $1.50, 31.65.
Inf-iutn' (lied and I
10! a b'l U or; 7 'if
Child's Ve-ting ',',;
to SI. -10
Child'.- Anvil l.o' '.on
Little G nts", pa, b:
v: -t o. -
Everything Mentioned Is Solid Leather No Humhumicry,
M ! L L I N E R
Flattsmouth Coal Yard
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
AND UN DERTAKING
Hay, Corn, Oats and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER & TROOP,
THIRD AND MAIN-STS.
12 ui Mar.
j C-.titra-.t- r.
j J ,arns an i ;
I Jart of t!...- r
Our stock 19 complete ! all lines a nil we
Icvlte our friend to look It over. Ve will
ruleavor to please you. Call and see us.
v.:: :. -,r ! i:css....
IIAKVKV HOI KHVAV, I Uc.nnnlh, Sth
STREIGHT 0 SATTLER,
(Successors to Lttry Boeck. )
PLATTSMOUTH. - NEb
! mi-: phkkins house,
j F. R. GUTli.VANN, Prop.
Rates 1 aiKl S1.50 per Dan
Centrally L -i'.-.' .100 Com
fort a bly i ' it v i s h e d .
PLATTSMOUTH, N EHUASXA
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