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Whitebreast Coal Yard
, Lincoln Avenue and
H. M. SOENNICHSEN, M'g'r
Large Supply of All the
HARD COAL SOFT
Including the Famous
Jackson Hill and
Cannon City Lump,
Always on hand Also a quantity of cheaper
Grades of NCT COAL.
We also keep on hand all tAArtoH
kinds of f VV UUU
All orders promptly delivered to any part
of the city. Leave orders at gro
cery store of A. H. Weckbach & Co.
The Plattsmouth Journal
KIRKHAM & GREEN.
One year, in advance I-00
Six months, In advance
Three months, in advance 25
Entered at the postoffice at Platts-
mouth, Nebraska, as second-class mat
FRIDAY, NOV. 11. 1893.
IN CASS COUNTY.
Fnrnitnre and Stem
Funerals carefully directed
and Night Calls Promptly
STRE1QHT & STREIGRT.
Main and Sixth Streets
Sixth Street Entrance.
Thk New Orleans papers claim that
Louisiana's new jury law is worsiug
well. It was designed to the end of
simplifying and expediting criminal
court business, reducing court expen
ses, and avoiding bo far as might be
possible the anuoyance or disagree
ments of juries and mistrials. Article
116 of the new constitution, which
brings the new jury law into existence,
nrnvides that if. after a trial of seven
years, the system shall oe rcuna un
satisfactory, the legislature may pass
acts reviving the old system of jury
trial for every crimir al case and twelve
men in every jury. Under the new rule,
the character of the case determines
whether it shall be tried by jury or by
the presiding judge, ano now many
men shall sit on the jury. If the
punishment may be imprisonment at
bard labor the case must be tried by a
jury of five in order to render a verdict;
if the punishment must be imprison
ment at hard labor, then the jury
shall consist of twelve men, nine or
whom must concur in order to render
a verdict. If the punishment may be
death, then there must be a full j ury of
twelve, and the agreement must be a
full jury of twelve, and the agreement
must be unanimous. In case where
th? punishment may not be at bard
labor, the trial may be by the judge,
without a jury.
Railroad Bridge Burned.
Ashland, Neb., Nov. 5. Sparks
from a passing freight engine early
this morning Ignited the south side of
bridge No. 91, just outside of the B. &
M. yards. At about 5:30 a. m. the
structure over which the main line
runs was totally destroyed and fell in.
The bridge was covered with grease
and Boon burned. The bridge over
which the Schuyler train runs was
scorched, but was Boon repaired with
new ties. A switch was constructed
by which main line traffic is being run
over the north bridge. Passenger
train No. 5, from Omaha, which ar
rived at 9:35, was held until 11:20 until
the switch was built. A force of men
are building a new bridge, which will
not be ready for main line traffic be
The Kea fioyelty Company.
At the White opera bouse next
Monday evening, Nov. 14, the famous
Reno Noveltv comoan? will give one
of their high class performances
Prof Beno visited Plattsmouth several
yearn ago. and delighted a large au
divnet . The admission will only be
10, 2) -ui'i 33 cents, and the perform
aDce dfservt-s a large attendance.
U-il the following, from the Fre
Prof. Heno with his Oriental mys
teries, trained dogs, birds, etc, gave
immense satisfaction at the opera
house last evening. Ilia illusions are
new, mysterious, and performed in an
original manner. II is educated dogs
obey the slightest command promptly
and move with military precision. The
entertainment is baffling, inspiring
and instructive, and gave greater sat
isfaction than any company which has
appeared here in years."
Pastor's Wedding- Anniversary.
Ashland," Neb., Nov. 5. A large
crowd assembled at the parsonage of
the Congregational church Thursday
evening to celebrate the tenth anni
versary of the marriage of the pastor.
Rev. T. W. Couway-Uneeseniau. The
pastor's friend presented him with a
purse of $21 as a tokeu of their euutim.
Rumors have been circulating thai
Rev. Conway-Cheeseman intended to
resign his pastorate here, but they are
DY VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OP SALE Issued
O byUeorge P. Uousewortn, c erk of the din
trio I court within and for Cess county, Ne
braska, and to me directed, I will on the
3rd day of Dwcmber . .,tfB8,
at two o'clock p. m. of saia day, at the south
iimr nf the court house, lu the city of Pialts-
mouth, in said county, belt at public auction, to
the nlguesl Dtuusnor caa, tun luugmuj ri
e"LoielKht 8 la block forty-four 44 in the
nt iMattamotith. Cass county. Kebresaa to
gether with the prlrllwgesaud appurtenances
tnruiintn beloiiulns or In any wine appertain
ing, the same being levied upon and taken as
the property of Jurgen Oreve et al., defend
ants, to satisfy a judgment of said couit re
covered by John 11. Fettibune et al. , plaintiffs,
sgtlust said defendants,
nattsmouth, eo.. Kov.st. A-Dj INS
Sheriff. Cass couuty, Neb.
First publication. .Nov u, 1891.
Made by the Fred Krug Brewing1 Company, Omaha Neb., has been
Uncle Sam's New
the "Pearl of the Antilles," pleases
him immensely. We have scarf pins'
rings, lace pins, chatelaines, and other
novelties that are made from hand
some combinations of jewels in beau
tiful designs and attractive effects
that are suitable for birthday and
holiday gifts. Special inducements in
SNYDER &, CO.,
Jewelers and Opticians.
ONE PAPER rUIS WEEK.
Owing to the delay in issuing part
one of this week's Journal, caused
by the desire of the publishers to
furnish their readers with approxi
mately complete and correct election
returns, part two will not be issued.
Sweet Spring Kye.
This is the brand of whiskey which
has received the first prize at every ex
position in the United States and with
an eye for everything that is good and
pure. Ed Djnat has secured this
brand of whiskey from the Sweet
Spriogs Distillery Co. of Owensboro,
Ky., exclusively and be is getting
every barrel direct from the U. 8- gov
ernment warehouse, which insures him
a stristlr pure article, so you oan keep
it in your bouse for medicinal, as well
as for all other purponts.
H.blea! H.ble!! Bibles!!!
By extraordinary close buying in
large quantities we are able to sell
Bibles and Testaments at the lowest
price ever beard of. Holiday line now
in. Lehnhoff Bros.
The Plattsmouth Turnverein will
give a grand ball at their hall, Satur
day night. November 12. All friends
DY Vliil'UK OP AM ORDER OK SALE leaned
u by George P. Uousewortn. ciera ui uie uis-
trlct court wlthiu aud for Cass county, 2H
braska, and to ma directed, I will on tne
X6lh day of November. A. !., 1808.
at two o'clock p.m. of said day. at the south
doorot the court house lu the city of Platts
mouth, In said county, sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, tne following real
The north hair inHJ or tne nortnwest quarter
nwKJ of section three 3J town ten toj range
nine aud the south half ts'ij of the souto
westquarrer sw! of sectluu thirty-four 34
town eieven 111 range niue laj east of the sixth
principal mertuiau, ait iu t county, .-Nebraska,
together with the privileges aud ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or In anywise
appertaining; the same being levied upon and
takeu as the property of Mahlon O. W.-e.l et al.,
aefendauta, to satisfy a judgment of said eourt
recovered by frauds - . uioson, piainuir,
against said defendeut.
naltsmouin, aen., uciouer za, n. is., ism.
W. 1. WUitUitill,
Sheriff. Cass county, Neb.
K. H. WooLCr, plaintiff's attorney .
First publication Oct. 26. lslftj.
Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition
This award was given to Krug Cabinet
Beer over others
For Purity, Strength and Excellence of Quality.
BY VlhTCi OP AN ORDER OP BALtt. Issued
by George P. Uouseworth, cierk of the dis
trict court with n aud for Cass co iut Ne
braska, and to me date led. on n
Stb day or November, A O, 1898,
at one o'clock p.m. of said day, at the south
door of the court bouse, in the city of Platts
mouth, in said county, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, the following real
Lot number eight (8) in block three (3.) lots
one and two (1 and 2) in block uiueteen (19.)
lota eleven and tweive (II and 1-) lu bioca
eighty-five (85.) lot six i0) In blocs ninety. six
(u6.) and lot hve (3) in block nlnety-nve (96.)
all in the City of Piatumoulh, Cass county, Me
braska, together with the privileges and appur
tenances thereunto belonlog or In anywise
appertaining the same being levied n pun aud
taken as the property of Mary Fitzgerald et al.,
defendants, to satisfy a Judgment of said court
recovered by Ellis T. Hartley, plaintiff, against
Plaitamouth. Neb., October 4, A. D. 18U&
W. D. WUEKLKR.
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
By J. U. McBrlde, Deputy.
I. H. Hatfield, Plaintiff's Attorney.
First publication uct. 5. 1.
Special to Young Mothers.
Dr. Martin Couney. the physician in
charge of the Infant Incubators at the
Exposition, who has bad a wide exper
ience, says: " After osing aeveral
other beers, we take pleasure in stat
ion have used Krvo Cabinet bot
tled Beer constantly and for milk
producing qualities we can cheer
fully recommend it IS ALLNUKSINO
mothers; it has less acid In It ana is
much more healthful; it is used by
every curse in tbe Infant Incubators
building. " This certainly is convinc
ing proof and every young mother
should at least try it.
Invalids and Convalesents.
No other beer has so much strength
and nourishment; it is invaluable as
tonic, invigorator and appetiser; is one
of the best stimulants known by pbysi
ciaus for fril people. A perfectly pure
beer with a reputation increasing each
day and year, it received fresh laurels
from eminent judges at tbe Trans-
Mississippi and International Ex
Fred Egenberger, Agent,
Fred Rrug Brewing Co.,
Telephone 420. 1007 Jackson St.,
OM A TT A
resuw fkom the nation Saturday, November 12.
ED DONAT, Prop.,
The Celebrated Anheuser-Busch
Beer on draught, and a full
line of the finest
Wines and Liquors
And Union-Made Uiears con
stantly on hand.
Fine Bottled Goods a Specialty
From 9 to 11 o'clock every morning.
(Continued from llrst page.)
been elected. Eddy, at first classed
as doubtful, tonight claims 3,000 plu
rality. Morris, in the Sixth, has de
feated Charles A. Towne by a small
margin. Tbe legislature will be re
publican, but not by so great a major
ity as at one time thought. Seventy-
seven republican, are now known to
be elected, and only ninety-two are
needed on joint ballot. As fully half
the balance ate in tbe doubtful, be
cause unreported, column, there seems
to be no question of the reelection of 1
Senator Davis by this legislature.
Republicans la Wyoming.
Cheyenne, Nov. 9. Incomplete re
turns received from eleven 01 the
thirteen counties show a net republi-
I can majority for thecongression al and
state ticket of 1.GO0. Xo returns have
been received from Fremont or Big
Horn counties. These will add seve
ral hundred to the republican majority.
The state legislature will be composed
as follows: Senate, four democrats,
fifteen republicans; house, three dem
ocrats, thirty-five republicans.
I SALE J
Prices to suit everybody. Come
aud see the Stock whether you wish
to purchase or not.
1 THE DEPARTMENT STORE
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD.
North Dakota Republican.
Faroc, N. D., Nov. 8. Reports
from over the state it re very meager,
but indicate slight republican gains
over 1896. An estimate on tbe state
gives the republican ticket 4,000 ma
Rhode Island .
Providence, It, I., Nov. 8. The
voting was light throughout the state.
as tbe election of both republican
candidates for con zr ess was a fore
gone conclusion. The revised consti
tution has probably been rejected.
IT'S ALL NEW...
....Our Stock of .Millinery, including Pattern Hats, I
Ribbons, Flowers and Trimmings of every description is entirely
new, bought in the best markets, and consequently in the proper
style and absolutely up-to-date.
MISS EVANS, an experienced trimmer from the east, is in
charge of the trimming department.
Prices to Meet the Approval of All.
The Millinery Store is located in the Union block, on South
Sixth street, and is under the management of Miss Nina Tucker.
..Mrs. L. J. Rankin.l
worth $1.25, $139, $1.50 and $1.75 go $1.00. One
lot of Children's Shoes at 25 cents.
Best patent flour, per 100 SI 85
Best half patent flour, per 100. 1 60
1 lb good ltio 10
1 IbStantoa and Rio.
Large bams ,
Dry Salt Meat 7
1 can blackberries 8
10 lbs Navy beans 25
10 lbs green peas 25
1 lb broken rice 6
Champion lye 7
3 boxes Lewis lye 25
Price's baking powder.l lb...
Bon Bon " " . . .
2 lb can cove ojBterB 1&
1 lb can cove oysters 8
10c sack salt 6
12e sack Bait 1
All other goods proportionately low. Highest market price paid for Farmer's
Produce, Bring in your produce and we will treat you right.
Colorado In Line.
Denver. Colo.. Nov. 8. At
o'clock tonight no
received from the state except
few of the 1,280 nrecincts. Tbe indi
cations are that Thomas, fusion, is
elected over Wolcott. rep., by 25,000
returns have been f ft'S MO-ieV 111
state except from a
A strictly high-grade Family Sewing
Machine, possessing all modern
Epi to me Best.
P;c" very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer ana
mm un co.
Ublo's Plurality will be 59.000 .
Columbus. Nov. 10, 1 a. m. Unof
ficial returns from all but one county
tonight make the plurality of Kinney,
rep., for secretry of state, 69,000.
The Meat Congress.
Washington, D.C.Noy. 8. Sec
retry Kerr of the democratic congress
ional committee claims tb e election of
189 anti-administration conrgessmen,
majority of eleven over the republicans.
Schlitz No. 2 VBA
E. G. MEYEB, Mgr. J CAFE.
....A TISK LINE OP.... -
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
Also NeaUr Famished I 111 8. Ktfc Btml,
ooai for Sent.
Virginia All Klght.
Richmond, Va.,Nov. 9. Additional
returns from Tuesday's aleclion make
I it certain that the democrats carried
every congressional district.
To Care Cold la One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund money if it
fails to cure.. 25c. The genuine has
I L. B. Q. on each tablet.
HPV nOtTiriQ Special sale for a short
uky uuuua time Nice line of plaids
at 2 l-2c, suitable for comfortables; 36-inch Per
cales, dark styles, 5c to close. Large importa
tion of Fine Dress Goods. We can show the
handsomest line in the city. Special sale on Un
derwear all next week. Garments as low as 25c.
to buy your Watches and Jewelry from us. We are giving better ad
vantages now than ever before. We are going to sell goods at lowest
possible prices from now until after the Holidays. We have a full
Watches and Jewelry,
Silverware Sterling and
Plated, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Cut Glass,
- Bisk Goods, Etc.
Our Repairing Is the Best.
The Department Store
..Always in the Lead..
Second Door South of
I Tbe Hotel Plattsmouth,
(formerly City Hotel.)
E: H. HEITZHAUSEN. Prop.
- Best tl.Oo day house In the state.
Thoroughly cleansed and refurnished.
class table. Best of service.
Corner Main and Third Streets.
Plartsnioutik, Maoris lea-
$iae$f liquet) aad (jigarj.
Fine Billiard and Pool Tables
e'U . lAHA
HOTEL RILEY ANNE"'
Always la T t
Celebrated w a
FlatUmeulh friend PeWtJ
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