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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1895)
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1S95.
Who said Nebraska lacked moisture?
New Encland rivers are enjoying
the luxury of a flood.
Misa Wuri of L'lattsmouth is visiting
her friend Mrs. II. A. Thompson. Al
A report comes from ChiDa, lacking
eon urination, that the emperor nau
A F. Groom, uho has been suffer
ing from an attack of pneumonia, is
Ed. McMaken and wife of Alliance
arrived in the city Saturday fox a visit
with friends. They have a hne uoy
Giia Bulton. painter, left Alliance
TnPfida? f or a few days visit with his
parents at Plattsnioutb. Alliance
Lester Stone and L. J. Hall, two
bright young men from Nehswka and
vicinity, were in town baturaay on
All of the churches of the city were
beautifully decorated bnnday with
potted plants and flowers, and sermons
appropriate to Easter were preached
by the several pastors.
The newspapers at Nebraska City
are booming the fact that John Wat
son has induced Adolph Busche of St.
Loui3 to erect a new opera house in
that place. It is well. Tbey need
one about as badly as riattsmoum
Down went prices! That's the
Cresent bicycle. Last year they were
the first to go below S100. Others had
to follow. Quality constantly improv
ing. 240 up. Cash or payments.
Uu-snoFF Rkos. County Agents,
Geo. s. Unton and wife of Liberty
precinct were in town Saturday doing
some trading. Mr. Upton thinks he
has a quarry of the best stone in Ne
braska on his farm. It is a species of
limestone, but will take a polish as
good as Tennessee marble.
The report is watted in from Colo
rado that Ed. Vanatta, our former
townsman, has sold his newly-dis
covered gold mine for $200,000. In
view of the fact that the fishing
season is still young the story is per
missable at this particular time.
S. P. Holloway returned home Suu
rtsiv from his sad mission to Kan
sas, whither he went some weeks ago
to attend upon the funeral of an elder
brother, I. X. Holloway. He reports
that the season here seems nearly a
month behind that i n s juthern Kansas.
That little book commonly called
"Coin" is convincing people every
where and on every baud, notwith
standing certain bankers we know of
who are afraid to read it for fear of
being convinced against not their
will, but their interests that it is
Citv Treasuier Unruh has announ
ced bis intention of resieniug
membership on the school board to
make way for Je3se Root, who was re
cently elected, but who. under a de
cision of ex-State Superintendent
Yondy, could not take his seat until
nntra attacked Samuel Thomas' flock
of sheep Friday night and killed five of
Detecting tUm Hie Muddy
A!ex Schlegel, draughtsman in the
office of Land Commissioner Husseu
r Tin nln and a former resident of
this city, is turning out an elegant
piece of work in the form of a map
showing the right bank oi rue Mis
souri river bounding Nebraska on the
nnrti. This man is to be useu uy a
commission authorized by tbe legisla
ture to act with a like commission irom
Dakota iu ascertaining lue irue
boundary line. The legislative acv re
fers to ouly one county, teuar coumj ,
. , .,I,a mwa 4 It a t
but Mr. Schiegei s m. duui .
thP river has sadly wandered along
the north of Dakota county, leaving a
large tract of Nebraska land north oi
the river. The sum of $1,500 has been
appropriated and with that amount at
its disposal the commission will be en
abled to deal with all the crooks in the
river, lioth commissions mw icyu.
two years herce to their respective
legislatures, and then in the course of
time when congress ratifies the agree
ment the job will have been settled.
No one knows where the Missouri
river will be making its bed by that
time. At one point it now goes eight
miles where it formerly traveled
thirty -three miles.
With His Novelties of Spring Clothing.
S HIS BETTER HALF
- . - ...... ..launA it
p W ould doubtless
5 Hhe could pemiade him to buy AIX
O of hisclotlies or us.
A our cut shows, be buys the let
ter half of his wardrobo of us,
which only iaRke lhe VOOTeT
half look worse.
Where did you obtain the Idea that
eold only high-priced clothing?
Don't you know that the "week day"
clothes, and not the "Sunday"
,.!.,.,.: rf the test of a clothier's
orir liriIKISX SITITS
a hi: -ckack-a-jacks
Pee our Weit Show Window for fcj rlng
Neckwear, just recelted, at
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
the undersigned doing business under
the firm name or Oliver & Itamagehas
been dissolved by mutual consent,
neither member desiring to continue
the business. E. A. Oliveu,
March 1, 1S95.
A Happy MurUerrr.
Charles C. Carleton the Dodge
county murderer, arrived in Lincoln
Saturday in the custody of Sheriff
Hilliken. Although Carleton was
making pilgrimage to the penitentiary
for life, he was apparently as happy as
a lark, believing a life sentence pre
ferable to being hanged by the neck
until rfparl and naviniT the COBtS of
UUI K "
prosecution. He intimated as much
to persons on the train with whom he
chatted gaily. He told everyone that
he expected to lhave nicely at the
penitentiary and draw a pardon at the
end of about ten years. lie was to
have been executed April 26, bad not
. t r- mutail tlio Htal h afn
tence. Carleton was received at the REFITTED and REFURNISHED
nf-nitentiarv in the usual manner. He
was taken into the basement, treated
to a bath, his clothing burned, was
weighed and made to put on a suit of
clean stripes. He will be assigned
work later. The demeanor of Carle
ton, who has just escaped death, was
in contrast to that of Williams, the
Fairbury murderer, who was received
at the prison about the same time.
Williams is to serve thirteen years for
manalauebter. He shot and killed a j
Shirts in Large variety.
wiw wnniiw Shirts. White Laundried shirts,
! Men's Blaek Sateen Shirts,
75 ceaa-ts- p
The Leading Clothier.
The City Hotel,
Corner Main and Third Sts.,
t J X V-. r tlftlir
It will be money in you pocKexs iu uu, y
Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes ot
IBILQCONq ttDn (uansim
IN EVERY RESPECT.
Opposite Court House
First National Bank
Capital, paid up $50,000
Special Attention Given to the
Accommodation of Farmers.
I Buy Your I
t- t..-r- Ireldent
K. K. White ,ce president
U . N5y' ' - Aislnunt Caahler
Gorg E. Iovey. F. E. WL1. I. nwk worth
S. Waugb and H. N. Dovtj.
I u Con ic
tton. . . .
CLEAN ROOMS AND TAULE
M. roaduiaster. Lincoln Jour-,
Rates 81 Per Hay.
A. Prominent Tbolel Cirocer t Om lw
To the afflicted:
Several years ao I discovered a
his I al'ght iaiJiuR auu wccmuS v-.
bowel which increaseu ruu urwmc
iiatririjr. I made inquiry as
tothe nature ot the disease and learned
that I had a somewhat accravated case
11-1 tl'n nf
of Hemorrhoids or rues.
i roma.iiec niul used them
secioi iciuv - - -
tori ntinincf thereby some tem
porary relief. Not being satisfied with
oi; nlipf 1 cast Hbout for a per-
manent cure; when a friend directed
H. H. GOOS, Prop'r.
r-wful .tientlon Elren to tbe Interest of
Collection made ad promptly
remitted for. Highest market price paid for
eountj warranu and state and count boni3
(Zuchweiler & Lutz
Cor. Sixth, and Pearl Sts.,
tpn. pvrnYTIHSG .IN THEIR LINE.
1 General Mdse.
S3 The Singer ManTg Go.
The Old Reliable
Every purchase made at his store
is a guarantee that you obtained the
best and most goods for the least money.
them, on hi3 farm, five miles west oi
town. He says dogs are more danger
ous than members of congress. His
Winchester is ready for the dogs, but
they don't sem to materialize at tbe
right time and place.
Omaha is fairly deluged with
counterfeit money and about 80,000
of tbe spurious stufE isthoughtto have
been put in circulation in me iasi
few weeks. U. S. Marshal White
holda to the belief that the t4coiners"
are operating at Florence and an ef
fort will be made to run aown me
nonntv Commissioners Young and
Hayes are home from a trip over the
county looking after bridges. They
report that the crop outlook is excel
lent in all but the extreme southwest
portion of tbe county, wheie they have
bad but very little rain this spring,
the downpour of ten days ago seem
ingly having been only a shower in
The supreme court last week
handed down a decision that will
trivft the W1QOW OI air. liunumu, xux
mpr faction boss at
fKnA of the famous Maunet i ile
tttttv. 1 used it. Immediate relief
r - r,nin fnilnwed. and soon a com-
plete cure was affected.
For sale by Gering & Co.
Crescent Bicycle Kree
oii .fonits cill and examine
them at, . .
T.wnvimrr Bnos. County Agents,
Bay the improved Singersewinj; ma
chine. Anton Trillity, local agent,
office in UnrutTs furniture store.
E stray Notice. Taken up us an
estray by the undersigned at his resi
dence on Bection 2S, town 11, range i
east, in Cass county, Nebraska, one
sow hog marked with left ear off and
swallow fork in right. Is black with
some white spots, and weighs about
150 pounds. ! S. WniTE.
1100,000 to loan. National Exchange
. 1 4
Co. See adv't. another column, xt.
54: First Awards,
KuluK tbe Unreal number of wnJ obtained
bx nor exhibitor ul more than rtontle tne
number receive! by all other .sewin Machln
companlea. Awards received on the following:
Family Sewlne Machines. V. S. ?o. 2,
1 V C It. and Mnele Threal Automatic
Chain sUtch . Machine. SewliiR Machlno
C'ablneta. Art bmoroiuenps. v-ui-
talnn, L jholntery. Artistic ruruinin.
Give Good Weight,
Deliver Promptly. IS
VOUR CUSTOM IS SOLICITED
AUo 43 Awardu, covering machines
for manufactnre In every line "here a
Sewing Machine can te used on W ool
Oottou and SIU Cloth. Knit ood
leather, etc., for Ornamental stitching
button holes. Eyelets, liarrlnn. Over
earning. Staying, etc
The Singer M'fg Co
" All Over tlie World."
i, . iiffi.isifi boucUi 81. . Oiuaha
W. D. JONES.
liveryman, New Store, New Goods.
Low Prices Sure to Win.
Has urchaed the Tannele A Kuthe -ford
mock and will run bota the
Main-st. and Schildknecht Barns.
IUgii of all descriptions, from a Saddle
horse to a Slxteen-p-assenger t"Wagon.
Cabs, Vail Bearer Wagon, Carryalli and
everything for picnics, weddings and
Trnin Orel en
AT REGULAR RATES.
Prices Reasonable. credit over 30
davs. Old and new cuotomera are in
vited to call, when satisfaction Is
MAGKET CHEMICAL CO.
incti' Ct tl manv I'lle pre
if..,i nnA oo I ; a art.frri T have used I found
mpr flection DOB8 ai jj uut, v,vw iiaiiinuuo .. . -
iner nctiuii ... . i.nt.o irnrk nnmi ck and com-
damages for the deatnot ner nuscana nou.M,u . - vVkillek. It is
iihn trn( tlllPfl wniie UUUer IUB JUUU- ,4 nn.iVA
ence of liquor purchased of Tony Cor-
nelius of Kearney. Ills wiaow
brought suit aeainst the saloon keeper
and after fighting the matter to the
lupreme court Bhe has secured the
confirmation of the verdict for the full
amount in her favor.
Dealers in tobacco are much dis
turbed over published reports which
convey the impression that the anti-
ni7arette bill passed by the legislature
makes it unlawful for anyone to sell
pr give away cigarettes or the ma
terial for their cornpo8fuon. xue Hr"
iginal bill was in that form, but it was
amended, after being twice stolen, and
as it now Hands on the statute book it
merely prohibits the sale or giving of
cigarettes to persons Hndeirt?f
one years. It goes into effect after
i nf and oositive cure " as
U I.IU1V.IV ,- mr -
you say. Very gratefully yours
J Ai.rnErs M. Price,
Traveling Salesman; Maryville, Mo.
For sale by tiering . vo.
P. J. HANSEN,
STAPLE and FANCY"
".fftffssars ttasra- bs ss v.
FLOT7R AND FEED
One door North of Postoffice
tn nf Walter J. vuhb, uuiiumn.w - -
MtarS ol : Bennett W. Pierce, deceased, praTlng j
"r ifcensilo sell lot. fifteen and nix teen bW pAfll
nine South Park addition to the city of I'l"- ! JT ill
niM. DUUiu ,mnnnt of tlie Mime tO ,
mouth, or a uu. --- f
brine the turn oi wm.w. " "'" "-.,.
debt, allowed against said d.lle"5
nf adminlktratlon, therw not leln(? suaicjeut
01 a-ammifctrttw-j". ,ii.t and ex-
nteresteA la ld estate aiar heft, re ire M
Plausroouth. 'etraska. op the 2d day of Ma,
ls atone o'clock P- m., to snow cub wuj
hcu'iue should uu he Granted to said adminis
trator to sell ho inucn 01 me aouve upiui w-
real estate of tbe said deceased as shall t8
necessary to pay ald debt and expenses.
Da tea lain loin uay ui .nri:u, in,
TUiS I.I KELIAIILE
HAS PURCHASED THE
Sixth Street Checkered Barn.
AND WILL RUN IT IN
FIRST-CLASS ST K.
Special attention, to Funerals. Backb be
un to all train. "Promptness inn riabiuy w
Customer his motto
Has just opened his new stock of
Boots and Shoes in the
Gorder Block, 307 Main Street,
And invites the public to call and
give his goods and prices an in
spection. He will do the rest.
We have $100,000 to loan at a low
rate of interest on well-improved
farm lands in Cass county.
The National Exchange Co
Dr. Agnes Y. Swetland,
OiQoe: First otairs east of court house.
pedal attention to Obstetrics, Diseases of
Women and Woman's 9urgcif.
""TlSerSr1' Omaha, Keb
SA.M'I. T. CHAPMAN.
Judge of the District Court.
Park Obksitt Pili will red nee youf weight
PKHMANENTlii irom uw wpi uhus 'u"Vtl.
NO HTAKVINO, sickness or injury; NO PL W
1 iriTY Thev build up the holtn and oeautl
rVThlcomplelon. loavn NO WttlNKLKS or
flahblness 8TOLT AIUiOMENfi and difficult
breatSnK-ure NO KSPpiMENT.
but asclentltlc and positive relief, adopted only
after years of experlenort. All orders supplied
diree ifrom our otllce. Price 12.00 ir vackage
or three packages for f3.00 by mall postpaid.
' fi - JT ...HiopUn r.lid 2 cents.
gTAU correspondence strictly confidenual.
Park "Remedy Co., Boston, Mass
1 TheBo tiny Capsules arc superior
x a . " .. .
Nto Ualsam oi ucpoiba,
Cnlicha and Inlections. frTfTJ
ftl fTheycuroln481iour3Uio v-
same dlseasoa -wltUout anyincozk-
(Tcnlenca SOLO BTiiLLDRUGQlSTt
A SURE AND SAFE WINNER.
A sure cure for Gonorrhoea, (let
lucorrhcra (whites), and all un
healthy discharge, positive rrc
ventltlve forHtrlctnre. lrlce. SOcta.
Sent preiald on receipt of price.
UELIANCE CnEJI. CO.,
P. O. Box 6S4.
H. D. TRAVIS,
Attorney and Counselor at
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL TUB
OFFICE-Jtoom 1 and . Vnfrn
Plattsmoutli, - - ' OD
B33ESOII Ss ROOT,
Attorneys at Iaw,
OTFICS-ritfterald block, orex PlxiWaH bank
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