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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1898)
ALWAYS IN THE
WE NEED ROOM FOB OUR MAMMOTH STOCK OF
FALL GOODS SPECIAL SALE TO MAKE ROOM.....
fecial on SttOeS..
$1.75, $1.50 and $1.25 Shoes go at $1.00
Organdies, Lawns and Dimities..
...That were I5c, 125c, lOc and 8ic, go at 5c
Organdies, Lawns and Dimities..
...That were 6c, 5c, 3Sc, go at 2.1c
NEW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Ever Shown in Cass
We can suit everybody in Style and Price.
Opposite Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth.
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Money to loan. A. W. At wood, the
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Joe Klein is suffering from a sever,
boil on his hand.
The weather bureau smiled ou ua
today, but none too eoon.
The Gut Heil continues to head the
list as a fine 5-cent cigar. Ask for no
If you rant to sinoke the 'best try
Wurl Bros. Gut Heil. The finest 5
cent cigar made.
Four choice farm for rent a few
rail. s from town. Enquire of J. II.
If you don't see the Gut Heil cigsr
call for it, and get the bast 5 cent ci
gar in the market.
The gauge at the Burlington depot
showed a fall of 2.42 inches of water
in the last 24 hours.
Remember the new millinery store
opening in Union block, next door to
F. G. Fricke's, Thursday morning.
Wanted 1,000 6toves and carpets to
clean. Charges right.
Telfer & SnEPPARD, 616 Vine St.
To Teachep.s For rent; two nicly
furnished rooms, with privilege of
kitchen and dining room. Mrs. J. N.
The B. A; M. borrowed a yard en
gine of the Q yesterday t be used
here, it is No. 1,477 and came from
The new millinery store in th.
Union block, under Miss Tucker's
management, is up to date. Don't
fail to call.
Right now is an awful good time to
buy a good gum coat or umbrella. Joe
Klein has them in every grade to suit
the most exacting purchaser.
Seven special trains will take
Shriners into Omaha Thursday ani a
South Omaha magnate has agreed to
entertain the entire party at luncheon.
Nails which have been in the flood
for sale by the pound or keg, at prices
below wholesale at the factory.
Ebixoer Hardware Co.
E. J. Burkett has a personal record
so clean no one can ssy ought against
him, and his majority in the district
will be over 5,000 remember the pre
diction. Frank Morgan met with the demo
cratic state central committee in
Omaha yesterday he being a member-
He thinks Gaffin a first class
As an external liniment of most won
derful penetrative and curative power
ullr.1', Snow Lineament is not
equalled bv any other in the world.
Price 25 and 50 cents. F. G. Fricke.
The postoftic. ! b.injr fixd up o
Mil mil ill
as Well as the Largest Line of
DON'T FAIL TO CALL.
swell that Chet Smith i going to
wear a silk hat for neglige and Mont.
Streight will wear his mustac. curled.
The paper is a sweet shade of blue.
We have a first class tinner, and at
tend promptly to roofing, and all
ki.ds of tin work.
Ebinger Hardware Co.
H. G. Robine, home on a SO-day's
furlough, is seriously troubled with
sleeplessness. He has not slept but a
few hours in over a monh, and he be
gins to loovc emaciated and careworn.
Thoie wishing hair chains or hair
vo:k of any kind done, will please
l.ave their orders with Miss Adams
at Doveyrs store.
Mrs. A. H. Knee.
Lost A certificate of deposit in the
Bank of Cass County with memoran
dum book. The finder will be duly
rewarded by leaving atPhilThierolf's,
opposite the court bouse.
The fur suit and sleeping bag which
J. C. Peterson used while up in the
Klondike country attracts quite a good
deal of attention in Joe Klein's win
dow, where they are mounted in good
"I think De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve is th. finest preparation on the
market f.r pil.s." So writes John C.
Duan, of Wheeling, Ya. Try it and
y.u will thiak th. sansi. It als.eure.
eczema aud all skin diseases. F. G.
The most delicate constitution can
safely use Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
It is a sure and pleasont remedy for
coughs, lo93 of voice, and all throat
and lung trouble. Pi-ice 25 and 50
F. G. Fricke's picture adorns the
pages of the Omaha Commercial Ex
hibit as the chief officer of the State
Pharmaceutical Association. Its a
good picture, and is a credit to the
city of Plattsmouth where he resides.
A diseased liver declares itself bv
morosen -ss, mental depression, lack
of energy, restlessness, melancholy
and constipation. Herbine will re
store the liver to a hoalthy condition.
Price 50 cents. F. G. Frioke.
The most elegant line of lamps in
all the latest designs have just been
received at Bennett A, Tutt's so
cheap as to be really surprising. Thsy
also have a fine line of bed room sets
in beautiful patterns. It will pay you
to call and see them and get prices.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment re
lieves the intense itchlog. It soothes,
heals and cures chronic eases where
surgeons full." It is no experiment;
its Bales increase through its cures.
Every bottle guaranteed. Price 50
conts in bottles, tubes 75 cents. F. G.
The News observes that the Ote.
county agricultural society is adver
tising the county fair in such papers
as have not condemned the taxing of
th. peopl. to help rustaia th. fair.
The News is opposed to giving a bo
nus to any fair, and particularly when
they are no better than the ones of
Nemaha, Otoe and Cass counties.
Nebraska City News.
The Plattsmouth Journal, the only
democratic pap.sr in the county, is
getting out the tax list. The board of
commissioners is supposed to consist
of one democrat and two republicans
but it doesn't. George Young is re
sponsible for the Journal doing the
work, and the republican papers and
republican voters of his district will
take care of him when the time comes,
and don't you forget it.
The university bulletins issued by
the agricultural experiment station
in connection with the state universi
ty are of great value, being the most
practical dissertation on the subjects
treated we have ever seen in print.
They cover a wide sphere, from bug-
ology to tree planting, and if you want
one send to the U. S. Experiment
Station, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Judge B. S. Ramsey arrived at noon
and this afternoon convened court.
He ha as yet not decided whether he
will adjourn court or not. but most
likely he will as ten of the leading at
torneys have petitioned for an ad
journment and the county attorney is
confined to his bed by illness so that
no criminal cases can be tried until he
is up again. Nebraska City News.
Coincident with the presence in
M.w York of a lineal descendent of
Baron Munchausen, the New York
Times gets off the following without
fracturing a rib: "Seven years ago a
calf tore a nan's vest from a back
yard fence, where it was hanging,
chewed up the garment and swallowed
a gold watch that was in the pocket.
A few weeks ago the calf, now a full
grown animal, was slaughtered for
beef, and the wtoh was found in such
a position between the lungs that the
process of respiration, closing and fill
ing the lungs, had kept the stem
winder wound up and the watch had
lost only four minutes in seven years."
The concert to have been given Fri
day evening of this week for the ben
efit of the Plattsmouth publlo library
by the St. Cecilia Concert Co. has
been postponed to Friday evening of
next week on account of the bad
Rep.blicaa CammitU Meeting;.
There will be a meeting of the re
publican county central committee of
Cass County at Weeping Water, Sat
urday September 17, at one p. m. All
members of the committee and repub
lican candidates are expected to be
present. M. M. Bctler,
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Christian church, Murry, will give a
social at th. home of Noah Clemmons.
Saturday evening, September 17. All
ar lavit.d. to attend.
H T11KT OM' AM) 1C.
Htrt hhrvnek is homo from Louis-
A. B. Smith departed this afternoon
Mrs, Fred Krehler was a pacngcr
to Havelock this morning.
Jake n-eketiQold Is home from n
brief visit down at Chicago.
Adam Cuecr. of St. Louis, if in the
ttity on a visit with hia brother, Hwurv.
Miss Josephine Tourtelotte de
parted this afternooD for her horns in
Miles Stindish nd Dave Young,
solid farmers of Murray viciuity.
were in town today.
Chas. Hassman of VVaverly, who
has been visiting here since Saturciiy,
returned home this morning.
A party consisting of Thomas Short
and wife, Mrs. Sampson and Mrs.
Jones were visitors to the exposition
Mrs. F. li. Pine, wife of J. S. Pine
the switchman from Dorsey, Las been
visiting friends in the city, departed
for home this morning.
Misses Minnie and Etta Elson left
yesterday for their home in Meridian,
Miss., after a pleasant visit with thir
cousin, ti. bason anu lamuy.
A. H. Weckbach and wife departed
Sunday for Hot Springs, South Dako
ta, -and from there they go to Yellow
stone Park for a tour of that wonder
Willis Horton of Wabash was in
town today, no still wears an ancient
crop of whiskers and we suspect votes
the popocratic ticket every time he
gets a chance. Willis i old enough
to know better.
Letter Wheat Deal Clonrft.
Chicago, III , Sept. 8. Joseph
Leitor is now free from all debts grow
ing out of his big wheat deal. The
banks who H-ssisted him have been re- ;
Imburstid, aud too 14.000,000 bushels
of wheat the young piungor heid at the ;
time f his collapse h ive b-jeii d;-- !
poed of. i
"The last settlement has just ueeti
made and I am out of tho thing cut re
ly." said Joseph Leite;- today. '"All
my whent is sold. Mr. Armour and
Mr. Peavey were chiefl y instrumental
in disposing of my casa wheat in this
country. Neatly ad the wheat 1 h:rd
in the United States was sold hero,
and tho wheat stocks in Europe we.-e
disposed of there.
'As to the outcome, it would not be
in touch with the facts to say that I
was fortunate. V hen I realized that
the oampaign could not be continued
I made up my mind to give all my j
time to satisfying the cluims of my j
creditors. My father came t'J my aid, !
and has borne the burden with nv?.
The banks have been p lid, and all
other creditors have been satisfied. It
is my intention to see that my father
does not have to sacrifice anything bo
cause of my wheat venture. I am de
voting all my efforts to paying him for
what he has done.
"The statement made some time ago
that the wheat sold to the people in
France was thrown back on my hands
is not true. No wheat was returned
to me except what they bought."
Mr. Leiter will not tell what his
losses amounted to, but the general
estimate is around $10,000,000.
The number of children enrolled in
the public schools of Chicago is 200,
Germany maintains thirteen textile
schools and forty commercial schools
as an aid to its manufacturing inter
ests. Bridget Riley, cf Iron Bjlt. Wis , is
only 14 years old, but she has been en
gaged as a school teacher there. She
-on a third-class certificate a year
Twenty thousand children are una
ble to secure accommodation in the
schools of New York City. The city
seems unable to build schools f ist
enough for the rising generation.
President Harper has announced
that Mrs. Emmons Blaine's gift of
$250,000 to tho University of Chicago,
to establish a college for teachers,
will be put to use at once and the new
department will be opened October 1.
The Chief Burgess of Milesburg,
Pa., says DeWilt's Little Early Risers
are the best pills he ever used in his
family during forty years of house
keeping. They cire constipation,
sick heidache and stomach and liver
troubles. Small in size but great in
results. F. G. Fricke.
The Miwsoiiri l'acitic
Has a round trip rate of a fire and a
third to Omaha, good every day dur
ing the exposition exceot when a low
er rate is made. All trains stop at
the exposition gat, givins exception
al facilities for the convenience of
patrons who save car fare and unpleas
ant transfers. Take the old reliable
M. P. train for Omaha and the expo
sition. Arrival and Drprtar of.Htilt.
7:00 a. ra. Omaha and North, South on M P.
7-34 ' West. E it and Soujh on liurlinst on.
7 40 " Omaha. Wet on U. 1.
10:2fl " Lincoln and local to Omaha.
10:45 ' Schuyler, East on N. V.
11:55 " St. Lou;s, South on M. P.
2:20 p. m East on B. & M.. North on St. Paul
3c S. C.
4-04 Omaha, East on C. M. St. Paul and
K. I., also West on K. I.
g:09 Omaha. West and South on B. & M.
7:10 a. m Omaha. West on R. I. and Burlington.
8:20 ' South on Burlington.
10:05 " East on Burlington.
11:30 " Omaha. North on M. P.. West on
Elkhorn. North on St. P. M. & O.
2:00 p. m Omaha. West on B. & M. and U. P..
North on St. P. & S. O.. East on K.
I.. N. W , aud C. M. & St. P.. South
S SO " South on M. P.
3:40 West on Burlington. South on sub
branch M. P. Schuyler.
4:38 ' Omaha. East on Burlington, West on
R. I. ,
8 .-OS " South on M. P., West M. P. to Lin
coln. North on M. P. via Louisville. !
Omaha, East and South on Bur
lingten, W'est on Burlington west I
of Hastings. k
Cheap KaW-a by MUaourl I'urlAc I
To Atchison, K'"Mi- on nut-nun t of
Com Cnrnlval, umi fn for tho toum!
jlrip. D.itn of hnl. So;t rnor 2., i-e-
turn S-i"ernber 23.
To St. Louis, Mo., on acrou.it of St.
Loul.s I'.iir, oim faro for round nip.
Daus f Mtlo O toboi- 2 to 7, iiu-lusive,
with tin 1 limit- to fVtobor H.
ToOm;lia, oi :r--unt "f ( omrmr
eiul 'J it vcllors I ) v . ouo f.-iiv for
roumj trio. Date of ?nle, S'.-pt. 2-1; re
turn limit, SfepL 2i'
I'V-r particulars ei.qu'n? of ( '. i-'.
Surjit ti borough, Agent.
Try Allcit'M lout-Kimi.
A p'jwiler to be shaken in tbo sIhioj.
At lhi.3 :eiison your feet feet swollen,
nervous and hot, nr.d trc! tired i ly.
If you have sm-wting ft ot, or ti'bt
shoes, i ry Allen's b'ooi.- Iviu. It cools
the feet and m..kes w..lki:iiT e.-isy.
CUIX'H nWOlleil ni t V.venly fl ot. b'i-t r-
and c illous spo's. II' 'ievc oo. n a-.ul
bunions of all pain ami yives rust :md
comfort. Try it to day. S..l;l by i ll
il:-u--;its and t-h'-o s'o- i- lor 2";i
Trial p u-k:igo l'llhK. Addus- Allen
S. O tinted, L Hoy, N. Y.
Ntili- ti) Wiiter-Tiiki-m.
Tho u-o of water for sprinkling
lawns or gardens ii)u-.t be confined
b.'jtwcoa the hours from 0 to 8 o'clock
in tho morning or C to S I'rio'.:'.. ia tho
evening, two hours per day only boing
allowed for sprinkling. Anyone using!
water outside of these hours for above '
purposes (except consumers taking i
water through meter, and they mu: t
not use water after K o'clock p. in.)'
will be- shut oil and the Mini of 2.r0
must be paid before water will bo
turned on again .
1 iespecifnli y,
Plattsmouth Watici: Co.
T. II. Pollock, Supt.
it Hits I lie Sjiot.
When suffering from a seven
and vmir throat ami I u 1 1 t.r s
i sore, take n cioe of Fol-.-v's
ey an (J
Tar, I iwhi'ii thc-:-i r'-
ness will be at
!o ce i'i 'lie v (1 ,
;fu: fcelintr and
H warm grate-1
neaiing oi met
part a lketed
will unexperienced ami you will
a v :
'It feels so good.
It is guaranteed .
it hits the
Frici: it Co.
I,en TIihii Half Itiites 1 Oina'. l
September o, and 9, tiio liu r i ato n
Houte will sell round trip tieke'-- to
Om dia at 50 cents. This rem u liable
reduction is made, on account, of the
; tounn;iment of tne National Firemen's
Association, September 5 to 7, an l
Woodmen of the Wo Id Day. Septem
ber 9, at tho Trans-Mississippi expo
sition. Other reduced rates, almost
as low a- ttiose named above, at e in
effect uai!-. Ask about them.
W. L. PlCKKTT, Agent.
Itur-klen'M Aruica naive.
The best salve in the world for cuis,
burns, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
P. G. Fricke
Harii and Soft CorI
Johr; Waterman is sole agent for
tho famous Mendota soft coal. Also
carries the best grades of hard coal,
wood, lumber, laths, shingles, lime,
moment, etc. If you .re going to
build, it will pay you to see Water
man. Office at the rear of Water
man block on Fifth street,.
Don't He linposul On.
Always insist on getting Foley's
Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab
solutely and unqualifiedly the best
cough medicine. Accent no substi
tute. Fricke & Co.
Morninsr's bread hereafte may be
obtained at Zuckweiler & Lutz, Jona
than Hatt's and Dovey's.
SETTLES NERVOUS BANKRUPTCY.
Investigation shows that men who
succeed are men of brains trong
nerves great will-pwcr. Jf
food cannot supply tho vil.u f.-.-ces
which people with a'-tiv ins and
bodies lequiro. Eicola PHSs fo d the
nerves make tho raind bright, mus
cles strong make llesh and blood and
yrive perfect, health to Men and Wo
men. Tiik Tukxicks ok Phila
delphia make Bfcola Pil!s
J E Buckey. chief clerk National IK,:oi. Wash
ington, D C. testifies that he was all ri: :i ! -wn
was a shadow cf his former self I5i-ola 1'itls
gave him wonderful re icf-he gained over
twenty pounds after using them.
Setting Ajrent for ll:ttmout h aud Cat
County, F. i. FRICKE & CO.
Turners,' Little Liver Turners A
small pill. Turn vour livor. t'urij f -'--ache
Ice Cretm cn the Lawn, i
or served on the; piazza, i-i t!" prom r
caper just n-.w, when i! c fam ly :n e;
inaultrin.r in iem i-, cr-qnt. trolf r j
other'he iltiiy -! o. ts. Tikot is nth- :
inff to equal our deMHous ice cre un
as a cooline, refroshintr ami nouti.-li-j
inir ppfrpshmP'il. Wo -f'd it to
your order in 'ny iu i'iiity df sired.
holloway, The Baker.
Fitzjrer tld Block.
HAKD CO A I..
Missouri Coa!, U nirno Caacu Cil j Coal
Leavo orderj at F. S. White's SU re
W. J WHITE.
AS A RULE, Trousers beat
the Coat and Vest to a finish by sev
eral months. That's what makes
this Extra-Trousers season. It's con
sidered quite the thing, too. Coat
and Vest alike, Trousers different.
A NEW PAIR OF TROUS
ERS, with that old Coat and Vest,
which are yet too ood to throw
away, would make the whole look
almost like a new Suit. An extra pair
of Trousers is a good thing to have
around the house, for Trousers need
rest as well as a man ; and then, do
you ever think what would happen
if the pair in use should get lost or
stoien? We sell the DUTCHESS
TROUSERS that fit and hang well,
and never lose their, identity; $1.50,
$2.00 and up to $3.00, and the best
trousers you ever saw for the money.
Most everybody wants DUTCH
tick and for
We are on
1 new season. uoods are arriving.
Shall be pleased
I In JjcrcJn sli crs.
v vsf s
s ys v yj
K S 'As KV 'ti. '
, y.A -S Ar
t tlf. A A A
The Finest Line in the City,
Kverythin- !-i-!it and New, .
Direct from the Centers of Fashion,
. .Uivler tlie ?vianao'enient of . .
MISS m NINA m TUCKER
a pi;ai;tjful link of .millinkry
.. . . will uk opfxfd..
Aext (l;or to I
von to visit . . . .
.MISS ICVAaS. a lady of experience, from
the east, will have charge of the Trimming de
partment .... The public invited to call....
MRS. L. J. RANKIN,
.Our own direct Importation from Austria ...
Placed under the Glaze. Nothing like our line in
town. Coaie and see us.. ..
J-Vst Door East of Court TIou.se PLATTSMOUTH, NEB
DOOK AGENTS WANTED.
The Real Bismarck and
The Fall of Santiago". "
Both handsomely Illustrated, j
R. F. Frnno & Co , 11 K ltith St., v Vork
iA-ir'hZi HAIR tAI
I -t 3Crnrt ami baat:i
HAIR BALSAM ,
-VV. " ---j Hair to it Youthful Color.
because they are
pay money for Buttons that
Seams that rip.
the threshold of a
to show you the new
v-j y yv JJt 3 ff Jf
AV S ii JhtS A 2 V
Morning, Sept. 15
. lrieke's. which it will pay
Souvenirs, etc., with
3 County Court House
JAMES W. SAGE,
The best of rigs furnished at all hour and hia
prices are always reasonable. Themoit
convenient boarding stable for far
mer In the city.
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