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Settlers In the hostile Courjtry
fire In Great Need of Imme
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.. AUGUST 8. 181)1).
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VOL. VIII. NO. 77.
of dlrectora was appointed for tho
President A. B. Todd.
Vice-President Levi Churchill.
Treasurer F. J. Morgan.
Superintendent of Grounds Henry
becrctary C. D. Cummins.
Cl!l:A;o, Au', 7. A npecial to tho
' '".co-l f-om Austin, Tex., my:
. V d!-p:i'cli w.n icceivc-d hero to
night f m C::s i C -;iri(l( H, stale of Clii
liu:tlnifi, M.-xic:, B.iying tliatiinn ngi
Inento.' i!'x!ran cavalry had j list left
there a i i tit i tod on it way to tho
I-rurn I liu Times.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Egan and two
children wero up from Pluttsmouth
Sunday visiting with tho family of hifl
brother, Tom Egan.
S. C. Wheeler, traveling engineer
on tho southern division, and 8ta
tinned at Wymoro, wan at tho shops
Wednesday on hunineHS.
Mrs. E. Perry came up from Platte
. ConmlMlooen' Proceeding;.
PLATT3M01TTH, Aug. 1. Board met
pursuant to adjournment. All pres
ent. Minutes of last meeting read and
approved, when tho following busi
ness was transacted:
Appointment of L. K. Hasseas clerk
of the county court was approved.
A petition 6igned by residents of
South Bend precinct praying that the
Cornea from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which bad
caused her great suffering for years.
Terrible eores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could give no hel p; but her ctre is com
plete and her health is excellent."
upp-:-- water. ' tho Y
t'ie h -iii.i of S -our :, arid that it U tho
eviiiunt inVn'ion of thoo troops to
enter i, o y. (jui . .di. n couify ft out
tho no til rid endeavor lo drive tho
warri.ig hr. vos (ml of their strorg
holds :n tin S.lmuipt mountains,
wlicn Hi "- urn rapidly gathering in
One- body of rebellious Indians have
foitilie.l t..enne!ves in the Itacntete
moon';' ina, between tho Y.iui and
M.-'apo rive s, and an ll'ort is to bo
riuiriij Ifi i'f) t iie two forces of war
riors ; r:rt. It is Known, however,
tli :i t I ii f t ao i ; v i r, i oris a:-o in const ant
com nti km i ion by m.):nsof couriers,
ami i is I. a i d ihe Indians are at
toni;.. ..-j: lo ili aw t ;. .ieic in Pu.iik!i
into a : . inline aii'. i wo Inoi e n irties
of Anie cm pr.,n!Lo:. have ju.-.t ar
rived from C.isa Gr.-inue.u. They had
a ric i h'Ccrcamp near the junction
of the Paphigochie and Hatepio
rivors vvheh they abandoned upon
hearing alarming reports of murders
and o hv tor -I bio out rages committed
by roving hands of Yaquis at points
Captain Martin Moss, an old Ari
zona p -ospec'or, is a member Of one of
these p irties. II 3 was one of tho fi.-st
prospectors to enter tho Yaqui country
after it w-is m ulo m-iTo for gold hunt
ers, lie s iys t:io Iniiians are undoubt
edly we l p . ueil for a long a'ld bit
ter rr-i te ;e. lie believes lie ma
joi iij- of A-no ic in p: oiu,ctors will
Iiear of 1 1 1 - u r'sing. A.iy ilelay in
bro; k rig camp m iy me-in their Heath.
Ca;t, Iio.-s al.-o says there are not
us in try prospect ors along tho Yaqui
river as is genu.-ally supposed. Several
thous-in ls w;-nt into tho new country
during the last t.vo years, but the ma
jority of them wero disappointed in
tnoi r s'v rcii lor go u ana got out as
quickly s they could. lie estimates
that there are not over 500 Americans
in the whole district. There is only
one exiensivo mining plant within
.easy re-ich of the Indians. It is in the
vicinity of the Uaroyeca and is owned
by California capitalists.
iqui river, in i mouth Tuesday, driving overland, and
wi'l spend sometime visiting with tho
family of her sister, Mis. C. II. Dud
Mrs. (Jeorgo Copoland lelt last Wred
riesdav for Arapahoe, Neb., accom
panied by her son, (Jeorge, and her
niece. The latter will remain there at
her homo and Mrs. Copoland and
(Jeo-ge expect to return tomorrow.
(Jeorge Billance of Germantown
was in town Tuesday looking after his
btibinoss interests. His family left
th it. evoning for Denver on u three
weeks outing,whilo George wentdown
t I Mattsmouth to visit his brother,
William, and look after some matters
a xi iiimin iL.oisf-; slums
An At-iiisori woman hates the men
b heartily that she always looks
slouchy, so thej will not admire her.
There are still some old-fashioned
p "ople wlio believe that a man has to
bo horny-handed in order to bo honest.
The most fortunate man in the
world lives in Atchison. He is an old
bachelor arid lias no kin strings tied
'Well, I'll tell you all about it," a
man said ro a menu today. .Mo you
won't." the friend replied; "I haven't
time to listen. "
Wo have noticed ,that a girl stops
m iking fun of a young man's writing
at about the same time that she quits
showing his letters.
A woman's great consolation at a
funeral is the presence of former old
servants in tho family who have come
some distance to attend.
surplus in the South Bend precinct This shows what thousands have
bond fund to the amount of $200 bo ex-J proved, that Electric Bitters is the
pended in road district No. 9 was best blood purifier known. It's tho
granted. supremo remedy for oczoma, tetter.
A petition signed by residents of I salt rheum, ulcers, boils, and running
road district No. CO, praying for an al- sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and
lowance of $1.10 to be used for road I bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion
work in said district was filed, and builds up tho strength. Only 50 cents.
tho board allowed tho sum of $75 for Sold by F. G. Frlcko & Co. druggists,
such work. guaranteed. 4
Resignation of Jlenry Snoko, over-
mwwmwmmm nmm mmm m m mmmm mmmm
seer of road district No. 51, was ac
CLAIMS ALLOWED ON OENEUAL FUND.
BANQUET TO THE NEW SPEAKER
Colonel llrixli-rsou tin' (inest of Honor t
i: hoilo IImiii1 ('lam Dinner.
Pkovipknci:, 1 1. I., Aug. 7. Men
prom in ''it. in na tional, state and
mui'ieipil :tT;.i;-s gathered today at
tho lmh'.ll c'ii', overlooking Nar-raga-'-e
t. h iy, to do honor to Colonel
Davi 1 ii. II ihIit-m of Iowa, slated
for tho spoa ke""di i p of the ho.iso, who
was the guc-t of Iho Rhode Inland
delo;ti n in congress. In addition to
tho governor of the state and other
state llii-i .Is of note, there wore pres
ent: Senator Dapow of New York,
Sen to G il'inger of New Hampshire,
Congressmen Boutelle of Maine, Wey
mouth. Knox, Roberts and Fitzgerald
of Massachusetts. L,ittlefie d of Maine,
Russol , Sperry, Henri" and Ilill "of
Con -cct i- ut, and Sullcway of New
Covers were laid for 2"(), a genuine
Rhode Ts!ar:d clam dinner, with all the
extras, being servd. Congressman
Capron of R lode Island acted as toast
master. li ief a 1 Iressi-s were made by Gov
ernor ly r, Colo iel Henderson, Sen
ators D'- i-w, We! morn and Gallinger,
Con smen Butl!o. Belief Rhode
Isl nd R.i-S"i! of Gnanecticut and
Ca t'ii 1 McLiin, TJ, S. N. v
(.'. onel Ilt-n e son, in bis remark-,
allude I to the joy of f eedom from the
att eking p l ii ic - on-.l hi pleasu? e at
m-e'i: ..j s m inv of liis colleagues on
sue i i: jcc 'sion. The ot her speeches
were (!'...! mil i.ature.
Sim mcr Wrec'itecl, Cut in f w
New l5ow i:ui:i.
A remarkable feat in nurine ar
chitecture has been accomplished at
Wallssend-on-Tyne. Last autumn the
steamer Milwaukee, one or the largest
cargo vessels afloat, owned by Messrs.
Elder, Dempster & Co. or Liverpool,
ran ashore on the "scaurs" of Cruden,
a line of half-hidden reefs on the Aber
deenshire coast. The divers who were
sent down reported that there was a
rock 30 feet long and 8 feet in height
standing through the bottom of the
vessel in the main hold. In these cir
cumstances the idea of saving the
whole ship was at once abandoned, and
it was determined to cut the vessel at
the after end of the main hatch, the
bulkheads in the stern division of tho
steamer being undamaged, no water
having reached 'the engines. The
method resorted to for severing the
vessel was the application of succes
sive charges of dynamite, but so ex
cellent was the quality of the steel
that no less than 140 pounds of dyna
mite was required to burst the plates
asunder. Eventually tho after portion
of the huge steamer was detached and
safely floated, thus preserving the en
gines and boilers and leaving 160 feet
of the forward section on the rocks.
The salvaged half of the Milwaukee
was towed to tJie Tyne and docked;
the original builders of the vessel were
intrusted with the rtlviiluir of the
forward and missing portion. Thl3
work has been comp'etcd with great
expedition. Such a feat stands with
out parallel in the history of the sea.
Vessels have been cut in two and
lengthened amidships, but there is
no instance on record of half a steam
er being saved from a wreck and then
converted into a new boat by the re
building of the missing portion.
li W Young, sal aud oxp $
J P Falter, same ..
Turner Zink, same
James Robertson, part pay on tax list...
Geo L Farley, salary
ii J Hcinpel, salary
E E Hilton, woik on record
Adam Kurtz, burying pauper
J M Johns, repairs at jail
J H Eidemiller. erroneous tax paid
I) U Ebersolc, repairing grader
H G Van Horn, building bridge
rMatismouth Telephone Co, rents
Carpenter 1'aper Co, mdse to county
M M Heal, wall paper to poor house
M E Manspealcei, binding twine to poor
Wurl & Coffey, mdse to poor
Nichols & EcholH, same
E G Dovey & Son, same
Nichols & Echols, same
S F Girardet, same, two claims '.
C D Quintou, bringing stray boy to
t'lattsmouth 5 15
Avoca town trustees, boarding stray boy 50
F S White, mdse to jail 2 50
Adam Kurtz, burying pauper 4 00
Ude Bockleman, rent for pauper 2 00
F S White, mdse to poor 10 CO
Mrs K E Yoder, care of poor 10 00
Patterson & Kunsman, mdse to poor 5 00
John Hart man. work at poor farm 20 16
Nebraska Telephone Co, rents 8 50
W J Crosser, work on road 2 50
Koot & Edmunds, lumber 19 CO
A L Cox. mdse to dist No 15 2 16
H H Parkhurst, tiling to dist No 5 7 20
F R Slieely & Co, building bridges 3,192 45
Foisal & McCool, part pay on grading... 50 00
W li Porter, same loo 00
A H W'eckbach, mdse to poor 30 6r
airs Lucy liates, care or pauper 5 00
J W Sage, teams for commissioners 19 C'J
A V Atwood, mdse to county 4 B5
Cost bill, State vs Thomas and Burl 7 HO
Fee bill, insane case Louisa Rexford.... 61 85
Plattsmouth Telephone Co, rents 18 fO
John Waterman, mdse to county 20 10
W D W heeler, guarding jail 46 90
J D McBride. boarding prisoners 106 75
L li Egenberger, mdse to poor 8 00
W E l'ailing, same 5 00
W E Failing, same 5 03
J M leronshek, same, two claims 10 00
Win Hassler, repairs at-jail I 75
The following resolution was
Notice to Wittnr Taker.
The use of water for sprinkling
lawns must bo confined between tho
hours from 6 to 8 o'clock in tho morn
ing, or from G to 8 o'clock in tho oven
45 25 ing, two hours per day only being al-
454 31 lowed for sprinkling. The uso of hose
without a nozzlo is strictly forbidden
Anyone using water outside of these
hours for above purposes (except con
sumers taking water through a meter,
and they must not use water after 8
o'clock p. m.) will bo Bhut off and the
sum of $2 will be collectod before
water is turned on again. Respect
The Plattsmouth Water Co.
"DeWitt'e Little Early Risers did
mo more good than all blood medicines
and other pills," writes Geo. II.
10 25 Jacobs, of Thompson, Conn. Prompt,
pleasant, never gripe, they cure con-
Btipation, arouse the torpid liver to ac
tion and give you clean blood, steady
nervos, a clear brain and a healthy ap
petite. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A Dangerous Topic
"What has become of that little girl
who recites 'Little Drops of Water?' "
asked one of the boarders. "Well,"
answered the young man with wide
ears, "witn tne present tnaw in the
streets and the possibility of a freshet
up the river, her mother thought a
would be just as well to keep her quiet
for awhile." Washington Star.
Not Up to Last Xeara.
There will probably be some kind
of a May day celebration at Manila, but
It is not expected to be so Imposing as
the one last year.
SHIRT ffllST SALE !
H ENTIRE STOCK 5
INCLUDING ALL OUR
SHIRT WAISTS, GOES...
Prices on these 2
H SI.OO, S1.25, $1.4-0, S1.70.
Parlto, believed to be the last Yaqu
Indian in California, Is dead. He was
108 years old, according to the record
kept In pioneer days.
Ilerbine is well adapted to the cure
of fevers of all kinds, because it thor
oughly cleanses the stomach and bow-
nla nf nil hilimia hnmnro nnrl ArnnU
T.-1 v, . 44 I "
... . . J all impure secretions of the bodv.
Price 50c. F. G. Fricke & Co.
V.'.i I! Mnrilfr? j
.Iomi ; V ' Hot, who lives i 1 Ca-l
.county rear the county lire, was in
town ve-i'cr'ay an i told about a shoot
ing affray th- t occurred near Union a
week or mo e a?o. He said that a
party f niue men were cominu down
the rive-on a boa: and stopped near
his i i;ci to e t d:nne-. While they
were t n the b ink two of them got into
a figh and one shot the other in the
stomach. Joe helped carry the
wounded man onto the boat, the men
saying tint they would come to this
city whee the man could receive bet
ter medical attention. As near as the
News c .n learn the bo?.t did not stop
here, or at leat no physici in was
called. Nebraska City News.
Hlpc-tir-p of Stockholder.
The adjou-ned moating of the stock
holder of the Cjsi County Agricul
tural poc ety was held at Jones' livery
barn SaturJny afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Various matters of miner importance
were considered, but no definite ac
tion taken in regard to the holding of
a fair this year. The following board
Destroying City Koruso
Lord Kelvin of Glasgow has made an
interesting report on ihe d 1 ut-tioa
I of town refuse at KYinti-'ary n. i'.raa
!ford and Oldham. He i..cU i: on:
j instance he experimenT'-iI en da:u::
asnpit refuse, contami: a :.:!.: io
portion of night soil :.r.d al-i
matter, -which was ali coj.otur.td w 1;
out the slightest tiacj o: vnUe, and
the residual products v;-e. h slues. f
great commercial vain?. In .i;hI!;-1
case the steam produced ny the pine
ess of destruction wa; e-nployrii to
drive electric lighting ma; iin.fi y and
for other light purpo:-. No coal or
coke was employed and there- was an
entire absence of smoke.
be and he hereby is ordered to forth
with commence action in the district
court to foreclose and collect by suit
able action in said court all uelin
quent tax levied and assessed for what'
over purpose against the following
depcribed lots, tracts and parcels of
land in Caas county, Nebraska, to-wit:
Lots 1, 2, 3, block 93, Plattsmouth city.
" 7, H. 9, blk 90,
" 11. 12. blk '.to,
" 1, 2, 3. blk 4. Mickelwait's add to Platts.
' 1, 2. blk 3. White's add to Plattsmouth.
E 21 feet lots 8, 9. 10, blk 31, Plattsmouth city.
Lots 4, block 44,
" 91, section 1H-12-14.
" II. 12. blk 4G, Plattsmouth city.
' 3. blk 02,
" 10. 11. 12, blk 62,
" 3, blk 58.
" 1, 3, blk 19.
N!4 lots 11, 12, blk 36,
Pt lots l,2,3,4.5.6,blk t-6, "
Lots 7. 8, blk 98, "
" 8. section 7-1-14.
" 15. " lti-1214.
" 5, " 18-12-14.
" 5. " 18-12-14.
' 60, " 18-12-14.
Ei lot 8, block 04, Weeping Water city.
XV'a lot 6. blk 65.
LotsIS, 9. blk 67, " ....
EY3 lot 3, blk 69. " -EM
Lots 1. blk 5.
E lot 6, blk 98.
Wli lot 3(
France's Expensive Parliament.
The most costly parliament in Eu
rope Is that of France. The senate
and chamber of deputies eat up annual
ly 7,500,000 francs. The same item for
the other chief European nations is as
follows: Spain, 2,230,000 francs; Italy.
2,150,000 francs; Austria, 1,800,000
francs; Great Britain, 1,298,000 francs;
BeJgium, 900,000 francs; Portugal, 503.
000 francs; Germany, 475,000 fr-anos.
Champion Shot of the World,
Miss Annio Oaklej' writes: "Myself
and many of tho Buffalo Bill Wild
West Co. have given Allen's Foot-Ease,
the powder to shake into the shoes, a
most thorough trial, and it does all if
not more than you claim." It Instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. Alien's toot-mase is a certain
cure for swollen, hot, aching, nervous
or sweating feet. Sold by all druggists
and shoe stores, 25c. Sample sent free.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
Queen of Italy Leads Fashion.
The queen of Italy, although very
charitable and exceedingly solicitous
for the welfare of her people, is the
blk 3, Fleming & Race's add to I most extravagant woman in the king-
All of blk 3, Carter's add to Weeping Water.
Lots 10 to 29, blk 4. Park add to Weeping
All of b!k 2, Walnut Hill add to Weeping
Lots 7, 8, blk 7, Avoca village.
1, blk 2, Manley village.
Wl3 lots 1, 2, blk 9. South Bend village.
Lots 205 to 270 inclusive. Greenwood village.
Sub lot 4. Chase's sul div, blk 64, Weepirg
dom In the matter of dress. The king
thinks she Is setting a bad example.
but she says that her doings have no
influence, as the Italian ladies are nat
urally fond of display, and she is but
keeping up her position as the head Of
The Appetite of a 6oat
I9 envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose stomach and liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
Sub lot 3 Chase's sub div. blk 64, Weeping Kind's New Life Pills, the wonderful
... 1 " .
Apropos of the proposed "Anglo
American alliance." tb story of Hor
ace Greeley's neat rebuke of the Kr.ij
liarnman who once agreed with hltn too
literally may be worth telling. Mr.
Greeley ws discussing. In a general
compajijr, the faults and needs of his
own nation. "What this country
needs," said be, in his piping voice and
Yankee aoeent, "la a real good llck
ingl" It happened tbat there was an
Englishman present, and he promptly
said, with unmistakable English ac
cent: "Quite right, Mr. Greeley; quite
right. The country needa 'licking.' "
But Mr. Greeley, without glancing in
the Englishman's direction, or seeming
to pay any attention to the interrup
tion, went on in the same squeaky
tone: "But the irouble is, there's no
nation that can give It to us!"
SI OO Reward SIOO.
The readers of this paper will be pleied to 1
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its I
st aires, and that is Catarrh. Mall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh beinsr a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatment. HaM's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actinfj directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of tlie
disease, and giving the patient strength by b-ii:d
ine ud the constitution and assis ins na ore in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
laith in its curative powers tnat tney oner une
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Sead for list of testimonials.
Address, F.J. henev &Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drugeists 75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
In a recent lecture on electricity
Prof. Biihu Thomson related how Bos
ton physicians had been able, with ar
X-ray tube, to detect the presence 01
the microbes of pneumonia in thf
lungs before any symptoms of that dis
ease were felt by the patient, or were
even perceptible by ordinary patholog
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A Xorth Omaha lad of seven win
ters recently committed an offense
against the parental rulj and waa
called to account. The little fellow
prevaricated about it. . "You should
not tell me a story, son," said the fond
papa. "That only makes the matter
worse. George Washington would not
tell a He, and when he confessed to his
papa that he had done wrong his papa
forgave him and did not punish him."
"That was all right for George," said
the youngster, "but they ain't making
no papas now like he had."
The offender was let off with a rep
rimand. Omaha World. '
Sub lot 5, Chase's sub div, oik 61, Weeping
Board adjourned to meet Aug. 1-5.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dyspep
sin because its ingredients are such
that it can't help doing eo. "The pub
lic can rely upon it as a master remedy
for all disorders arising from imper
fect digestion." James M. Thoma?,
M. D. , in-American Journal of Health,
N. Y. F. G." Fricke & Co. .
A Test for the Ribbons.
"Jimmie," inquired the neighbor boy
through the fence, "What club Is It
your maw's Just joined? I heaTd her
askln' my maw to Join, too." T don't
know, but from the way she's mafcln'
me and th servants work, I think It
must be a drivln' club." Detroit Free
Frenchman Do you think anything
will be done at the ccax's peace con
ference? German Yes, sir! Even If
we have to have war. Philadelphia
stomach and liver remedy, give3 a
splendid appetite, sound digestion and
a regular bodily habit that insures
perfect health and great energy.
Only ?5c, at F. G. Fricke & Co's druc
The United States Crops.
If all the wheat, corn, oat3, barley,
rye, potatoes and hay raised In the
United States in the year 1898 were
loaded in carload lots of ten tons to a
car, they would make a railroad train
106.100 miles long, being over thirty
and a third times the distance from
Boston to San Francisco, or a band of
cars reaching four and one-fourth
times around the world. The hay
alone would fill a continuous train of
cars reaching about fourteen times the
distance from Boston to San Francisco.
A young woman whose leg was
'broken in an accident on the Orleans
railroad in France has received $8,000
damages on the ground that 'her value
from the matrimonial standpoint has
been deteriorated" through the dam
ages done her.
..IN ALL FLAVORS
Beat the World
A peculiar and Important difference
between petroleum fuel as used In
Europe and In the United States is that
in the latter the crude article is em
ployed as it comes from the well, while
Russia and Italy and other European
countries U3e the refuse that Is left
after the ligbter constituents of the oil
have been removed by a partial distillation.
Hamilton Clark, of ChauDcey, Ga.,
says he suffered with itching piles
twenty years before trying DeWitt's
With Hazel Salve, two boxes of which
completely cured him. Beware of
worthless and dangerous counterfeits.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
Ice cream flavored with extracts, 25
cents per quart at Holloway's.
The Pension List.
The pension list of the United States
has apparently reached the high-water
mark, and Is now falling. On June 39,
1898, there were 993.714 names on the
list. Now there are butt 992.644. The
largest number of names ever on the
pension' rolls was 994,081, in August,
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly
digests food without sid f om the
stomach, and at the same time heal
and restores the diseased oig9stive
organs. It is thq only remedy that
does both of these things and cm be
relied upon to permanently cure dys
pepsia. F. G. Fricke & Co.
When you want to sraoko a 10-cent
cigar try Otto Wurl VSilver Wreath"
union made you can find no better
on the market.
And for everything under the sun.
Every home has need of paint.
Each kind of
is specially suited to eome home use either outside or inside 1
It's knowing the right kind of paint, and putting It oa the right
place that makes painting a success. Tell ua what you want to paint,
and we'll tell you the right kind to use. "
For sale in Plattsmouth by
F. G. FRICKE & CO., Druggists.
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