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PLATTSMOUTH, NEH.. OCTOBKK 7. 18JKS.
VOL.VI. NO. Ml.
TIIK 111 KAU. I hl.il.lwl A.rll I I. . f '"'H" 1. !..
7: SHOULD TRY TO SUCCEED BY MERIT; XOT BY E:11'0R. Old Maxim.
Midi LULU 3.
Any advertisement not founded on Merit is valueless. When we set forth our claims in cold type, it is because we seek your business,
and in reaching out for your business, we make ourselves alive to its requirements. Your needs are sure of being met here. No delav, no
doubt, no lack in Quality or Value. We are a dependable source to all who wish to secure the best that is going at Best Prices.
Prints and Domestics.
FOIl months thu work ol vu KK l'KKi-sl' 1:1: buying hns rono on to Iruid on
our foun t-rs ;i lot, of St i .o Mi-mi-ih rui i-o which wo am able to sci 1 at tin;
iiio.il rumariv b!o p. in our history
10 i u-o's Si in pf im'.s Uuurk ami Whit.' prints. (bo.-,t undo) at ''- a yard.
1 caso napped bark I't'int'-i) Isanti:!, -ri .
87 pK-cos "X'ictin i'' ami 'iusian K I ;" ;.l " -X tra hft.ivy I'rint'-tl L'iitn:.-1-Htl.s,
at exactly 1 1 ) - i i w hobs I 'I! ;st 7o uyafil.
1 ivio .'! i neb IVira'i-, hti-.vy cb.th, at 7i: a yard.
1 ;:t-i S;i n'ii t i mi n .- in all hih coloi-s and beautiful tints, extra nici
for comforts, formerly sold at HHi. a yard but bought by us i.t a prieu that
etiabieH Us to sell i! at 7ii" a ya-.l.
Outing and Shaker Flannels.
'1 caOi "EiliMl-h FhtimfU'ttx," u typical IHo rln'.li, at Sic. li.-au iful, .mft,
tleei'.v foods f-leeiel:y a(ia.t (1 lor nit hi i;owns.
Outint,' l'l .t.nels, Sh iker rVinnels, otto:) l'an!i'li arnl ether o..ds in
this clar-.s. vV'e have. . xcelleii' v . Iij.-s at .'tie. -le, ai;, tjo. i.ie; 7e.
I'Jiy ii-8.rtm.-iit. of Stand -rd Fast 'o'or I'rintsin (iei tna-. iUu -s, Turkey
ll-d-, Kobo S K-i.cy I)-ess Siyb fi, So, id Colic s, etc. S .Id fUowhoro sit
f om oc t. ' 7c, U'- p. ice f. .r ;. -1 i ro .-.sso. t men t 4c .; y.-1 u.
Wo have rcc i ved n cut i rel new and an except io 'tally mx line of
Table Linen- anil fo wo s d. ' cct f r iu i m p rl -rs at prices very much under
any thinu' that vvi- ha v been a bie to olTe b-fo.o. If you need anything in
th'9 line, five us a call and ict us price them for vou. Our space 1'ei-e is too
Dress Goods and Silk Dep't.
All the I m test and popular style-, in d shades in I.-or- Goads, at a of
pricoi from ldc a ya-d for a half-'we.o!, doultlo-fo-.d Novelty to .".o! a yard for
hih cImSs Imported Crej.oun.
Two Special Dress Goods Bargains.
1 counter full of ali -wcoi, :;(-ii e!i Neveltie, worth ti to ode. Your choice
2:5c a yard.
1 counter full of 'M inch, 7"c t l Mov 1 '
Ye : r c a i ice for 1'.C.
We place on Sale Sonic of the Latest
Styles in . . . .
Ladies', Misses' and
At Prices Much Under the Omaha Kxposition Prices.
( A 1 1 ypiiirxc n French Seal, Black Martin, Astrakan,
VOllcll LllLb (Mink, and, in fact, all the Popular Furs.
Ran'in- in price from..
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 to $15.
rCall or write for our Catalogue. . .
The best collection i f Silks to be
found outside of Lincoln or Omaha, in
liUick Fancies, I'laiti ami Kveninjr Tints.
A pretty iino of Tappatiis nil silk,
very popular for underskirts, linings,
waists, etc., 'worth usually 7-")C Your
A bi it purchase of 1 Slack I3roc:ides,
especi illy rood for overskirts, easily
worth 7 c. Hoc and $1. Your choice for
Fancy Silks for tri tntniti? :ind waists,
2-tc a yard Hnd up.
Men's, women's and children's Fit 11
and Winter Underwear. The 1 it-eest and
most complete stock in the city of all
kinds and qualities. We huv our Under
wear by the case, while others Vuy hy
Un d i-r wear
from 20c upward.
from 20c upwards.
Children's Underwe;tr, union suits
etc.. at from lilc a garment for all si.ps
upwards for heavy winter weights.
In the Blanket Department.
1 1 l: lit,' N IKK1 pair 10 I Cotton lil4iLvt. pi-i ial pi ire for os r I-p k oii! a tl." Trni.nk.j-
1)1 v low pt ico f cents per pair Nut nun r t U live p;n i t o a ruMlonin . Iii';itji till not
tied 10-4 Cotton I'.UnkclH, soft, rirh colornm anM pretty Impli-nnir. rpii i.iti v nn i- l"t hutli
and louinjaiu roll on. Fot niri I y tuM at l .'-i t jiatr now 7 ' i-nt ,,ia .,, n
kct.s Irinn tilt ieiit-4 tipwaiil.
I!cd Comforts at from AO cents npwatil.
All wool !'.laiiki't. too many kiml" ami ipinlitii's to h .1 m tin - 1 1 1 k 1 1 I -. ji.., . In.t i.l
to meet any local or Omaha price.
I ! A 111 !
Carpets, Lace Curtains, Draperies.
An entire new stock ol (Jar pets. I.ai ; Curtains, I'i aperies, ( il Hot li ami I .iii iii-iiin . All om
stock ol above goods ol last spring was lama;eil Ijy last July's Mooil ami soi l out " ,l,i . ml clean"
at our July "wet goods sale," o our present stock li all new patterns, IjookIjI at a time uhen tlm
inaiket was at its loe-t etib, so it you want anything in the above ilepa'tmeiit tive 11 a ( ail and
we will do you good. We have the laigest and most complete line ol Diapenes, lac- ,'n 1 1 a in.,
Sillc.'iliiie. Cpliolstur's Cloth, .Scriinni Damasks, I enims, etc evri drought to J'.attsinou' li
Wet Goods. Wet Goods.
We have lemuiuing from our tlooded Ijasrineiit last July u lot ol Wintei ,M ei li.in j i ., nln h
we did not put on sale during on r ' Wet (ioods Sale'' in July on account ol the misca xni.tlilu iml ui a
of tlie goods. I'hinkiug we could dispose of them to detter advantage in their sea on a iaigr sec
tion of our basement was used to store unseasonadle goods, and hi these mi i pi ,m ph: Jo . oi l in i i-d
W e now intend to put them on sale at lacrilice puces.
lrtai) pair of men's, Vomen's mid children's K udders. An tn s. Jill .Shoes, w ,u m M.ppcr . just
as good as ever to wear but not quite so pretty as they weie.
Child's J" cent Rubbers, 10 cents. Misses' and Hoys' X cunt Kubbcis at I ! i ml .
Ladies' til cent Rubbers at IU cents. Men's M cent Kudbri s at i ent .
Arctics, Warm Shoes and Kelt Goods in l'ronoi tion.
-o lbs. Fie icher Knitting Vara at l."( cents a skein, worth cent ., as good ,n
lbs. Spanish and Saxony Varus that sold for flic, l.c, and '- i nut i a xkeui. yom Inn ... .
'A cases Men's Women's and Children's Winter Underwear, which only need the w. h tub to
make thcin as good as new, but wc villi sell them at about one half then wholesale o .t.
One case Children's t Inderw ear, worth f i om 'J." cents to ,r0 eent - a g.u nun t , y,u i i h - - I ' ent,
all sizes. 1 case Men's I'nderweai, worth fioin Hk to $1, your chon e i cnt
I case Ladies' L'nderwvar, at 1! cents, worth up to TiO rents.
Ladies' and lVIisses' Jackets.
:tWI of these gt incuts from la-t season that we weie cat i ving inn and ha t cut ,i Inli ne! y pa' r I
in the basement. As there is no inutei ial change in styles since but sua -ion, all they m- I i i . II It 1
pressing to make them as goo I as ever. 1 he c;it nig jualities aie ail thei - We will -,i-!l I hem al
your own price regardless ol cost to us.
150 Spt ing anil Fall Wraps, worth from : W to 4.10, in this lot v will give y.u ..ni In- - I n
!s cents each .
1 case ri-o.. Cotton Manuel, slightly soiled by the mud, world .'()!-, for I II, cent .
New Miiimepu Siore!
MRS. O. F. UTTERS ACK
Has opened a select line of Tillinery in the basement of the
Bank of Cass County Building, consisting of
Latest Styles in Hats & Bonnets
RIBBONS, ORNAMENTS AND TRSIVTMINGS
The nicest line of velvets, in all the late shades, suitable
for dress trimming-, to be found in the city. Our prices are
low, and with an expert trimmer, we hope to merit a fair
share of your trade. Please call and inspect our stock before
purchasing. "We can save you money.
UNDER BANK OF CASS COUNTY
FOR FINE FOOTWEAR
There is no place like
a KBS3 ip3S3 ESSZa ESSip
Joe rt i z
The best class of goods to be found in
Omaha are here at from $1 to $2 cheaper
per pair. We make a specialty of High
Grade Shoes in the Latest Styles. We are
glad to have you come in and see our stock
WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT.
An Immense Line of FALL and WINTER SHOES in,
that will suit all classes of purcasers.
We paid the CASH and will give you the
benefit of heavy DISCOUNT.
COME IN AND SEE US...
413 Main Street, - Plattsmouth, Neb.
A Serious A--iient.
l'ii k McNurlin met with ;i vecy
painfui : ccident Monday evouin,r,
whie'i may chu Mm to hs lame the
rt'st if hisdttyr". He was driving' down
!)M.e! hill with Lias tools for moving
luiufcs on his wnyon. 'i iio hill is vet y
tei!p, and tho trucks, chains-, etc.,
e-ran to slif) forward out ) the mules,
and they tearan to run. luck was
ritandinsj where he saw ho would be
thrown hot wien the mules, and so he
jumped cut of the wagon, and iu light
ing he broke u bone in hi-1 right heel,
and s-tove the ank'.e boned up into the
lleh rn iking a very painfui wound.
Drs. llungate and Butlor were
called and ti.ey -ay the broken hones
ouht to he cut cut, but Dick is troub
led some with his heart, and he is
sif rn i.l to t:ike chloroform, but he has
nut m-ido up his mind yet wh;it to do
in the matter. Weeping Water Re
publican. 1 it Siu tlt l'ox?
The News bears th.it quite a pan
icky feeli-.ig has been brought about
at Nebraska City over something very
simil ir to t-matl pox, and the whole
town is being vaccinated. The dis
ease is said to have been brought
from Texas. We trust they will not
have the serious time we had in this
city a few j ears ago. Some think it
is only chicken pox. Ours was Ger
man measles until it had spead over
0td rtliow Iy.
October 17 i Odd Feilows day at the
exposition and the ledges of this city
will attend in a body. They will in
vite a' 1 visiting Odd Fellows and rnem
betsoutin the county to join them.
At Omaha a sc uvenir badge will be
furnished, and the day promises to be
of unusual pleasure to the fraternity.
It is their pro tout purpose to meet
at thtir hail, in the Fitzarerald block,
a d march to the :'3- I. & M. mo: n
i t. r train in a bod v.
Crnm Stewart h-ad been reading of
the cipture of the Spanish islands so
ho filled ur with extnict of corn and
armed with a machete or corn knife,
he bolily ventured down to the island
d tr ain of Col. Gochinour below the
oridge. The colonel was not sleeping
in his trencnes, and the valiant Stew
art's coupe ue main failed at the first
charge. His threatening altitude and
noi-sy war whoops caused the owner of
the mesne much vexation and he is
now seeking redte-s by hdvinsr a war
rant is-ued for Stewart's arrest, al
though the latter retreated in good
form and did his enemy no physical
e inl Low Kates.
The M. P. will sell round trip tick
ets to Omaha on the 8th and 9th for
Missouri day for 50 cents. Remember
It Wan a I'rost.
Gov. llolcorab spoke at Schuyler
1? st night in the opera house, and al
though that town has been strongly
demopop the hall was not half full,
we are informed by a gentleman who
was present, and that the audience of
150 boys, men and women gave a very
chilly reception. The expleded doc
trines it is found like powder that lias
once been used, cannot be used again
to ; dvanlage. Bogus reforms from
the antimotiop' pass holders don't go
any mote, and every day a rousing re:
publican victory this fall is made more
The Iowa telephone company, which
controls the telephone exchange at
Gienwood, has a big suit on its hands
at Shenandoah, whero suit has been
brought for $10,000 damages by the
paruts of a young man who was re
cently killed by coming in contact
with a 'live" wire. It soems the tele
company had allowed an old wire to
remain suspended fiom a pole which
upon being connected with an electric
light wire in some way had caused the
young man's death. A similar acci
dent was narrowly averted in Glen
wood several months ago, and the
moral is to beware cf wires, especially
in wet weather. Gienwood Opinion.
A diseased liver declares itself bv
moroseness, mental depression, lack
of energy, restlessness, melancholy
and constipation. Herbine will re
store the liver to a healthy condition.
Price '') cents. F. G. Fricke.
It turns out that Harry Stevens the
man who worked in the shops here lor
some time, and who forged two checks
at Gienwood as report- d in this paper
at the time, was a bad egg. He had
teen out of the peuiteutiary ody a
short time when he came here to
work. Nothing has baen heard from
him since he left Gienwood, except
that he was seen ij Lincoln the next
day. ihe chances for his capture are
Thieves whe broke into the barns of
several farmers near Tecumseh last
night will be tracked by blood hounds
and it is to be hoped that their cap
ture may be effected.
Heft Line of (stoves ou Earth.
iv.und Oak. and R idient Home ba-se
burners, Quick Meal and Buck Steel
ranges, and Cole's air tight 6toves at
Ebinger Hardware Co.
Good and Cheap.
look out m m
That your children are well shod, for it might r :
THERIA entering your family. Dry feet save 'J. , . o: :j.
BEWARE that you are not BAMBOOZLED anin and
buy your Shoes at the Old Roliable Regular Shoe Store.
THE TIME IS NEAR when we will have wet, sloppy
weather and that's what tests a shoe, so be careful you don't
get 'em with paper insoles and counters or they will surely
collapse. Take our advice, let us help you select you shoe
and you will come out winner.
WE'VE GOT 'EM! What? Why, SCHOOL SHOES,
of course GOOD AND STRONG at 95c, $1.00, $1.10,
$1.25, $1.35 and $1.50. In all shapes, styles and varieties of
leather and warranted to be SOLID LEATHER throughout
and sewed up FREE OF CHARGE should they ever rip.
We have a CUR0SITY in shape of a SEAMLESS SHOE
for YOUTH'S, BOYS and MEN which can NEVER RIP. SEE
.13 MMMMMMMMIMMMM I
You may bridle the appetite, but
you cannot bribe the liver to do its
work well. You must be honest with
it, help it along a little now and then
with a dose or Herbine, the best liver
regulator. Price 50 cents. F. G.
fcubserite for The News the best
paper in the city.
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oat3 and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER & TROOP,
THIRD AND MAIN-STS.
AND UN DERTAKING
Ouretockl5comDletelna.il lines and we
Invite our frlendi to look It over. We will
enJeavor to please you. Call .nd see us.
STREIGHT 0 SATTLER,
(Successors to Letry Boeek. )
Contracts taea for the erection oj Rtsidesces
Barm an-i any kind of carpenter work, In
part of the county. Cail on or addrest....
HAKVEY HOI.r,OWAT. I'latUmoqth. Nk
THE PERKINS HOUSE,
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop.
Rates SI and $1.50 ner Dau
Centrally Located and Com
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