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VLATTSMOUTH, NEK. DKCKMHEH 10. 1898.
Coiibollrtat.uri Juu. 1, lvi5.
VOL. VIII. NO. 12.
g Nothing Carried Over,
2 A. K. FOX has one of the most
complete stocks of Holiday Goods
2 ever shown in Plattsmouth. His
store is new and you run no chance
of getting last year's goods,
has Holiday Goods of every
scription, for both young and
If you cannot be suited here,
useless to look elsewhere, as
stock is complete,
Here are a few
Doll Heads, Doll Bodies,
Chinaware, Wagons, Sleds,
Dolls and Doll Furniture,
Photograph Kodak Autograph,
Medallions, Toys, Fancy Candies,
Bibles and Testaments,
Kpiscopal and Catholic.
Ladies' and Gents' Pocketbooks,
Magazine Cameras holding- 12 plates,
Christmas Cards, Fancy Vases,
Picture Frames, Games,
There are many other articles not
enumerated here. Call and look
over the stock. We will treat you
fair, both in quality of goods and
ZZZ 418 Main Street, PLATTSMOUTH
ONLY a few wobds.
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THE MORE YOU SAY, THE LESS
v PEOPLE REMEMBER.
Uncle Sam Handles Mail In Cuba's
JOE & F
The People's Clothiers,
Will sell Overcoa-.s, Suits, Underwear,
Shirts, Ties, Hats and Caps at Prices
that no other house in America can
Please step in and take a look at our
Stock and Prices before you buy.
Have you seen our 50c All Wool
JOE & FftANK,
Waterman block, - Plattsmouth, Neb
irt '1 wo Out SlHinp Auctioned Off for
Two Iollurt-In a Oueer Kxperlence
for llitvimu -Twentieth Itegiiuent of
kiiix.iH Kculurn to Kelleve Volunteers
in the 1'liilippliies at Once.
II wan'A, I) -c. 1.1. The first Ameri
c.iii poMtutiico in Havana was opened
touay hi. No. 71 L impmilla street. It
will ho a military mail Btation, but
owiiiif to tho breakdown of ordinary
i r a : 1 1 horvu'o in tha citv letters for
A me i ir::tn and English residents will
ho handled. Chief Clerk C. S. Beav
ers, formerly in the railway mail eer
vieo, and G. S. Hunt, a lin ancial clerk,
took charge of the office at noon in
tli.j presence of a large numoor of
Americans and declared it open tor
huines-. Chnmpugne was opened and
the o;r i!-ion was duly eelerated. There
was spi i-i to. 1 bid ding lor the nrst Z cent
t-tamp sold. It was knocked down to
L'. C Willi., a postal official, for $2.
i i: 1 1 orm ister General Humphreys
ha a;ipn:d a tug to the office for
incciti',' steamers and several army
vv:!(ni for di-tributing purposes. A
detail of A merican soldiers has been
ihfiined to jruaid tho premises. Dur
i tir thf lay a two week's accumulation
of iii.iil vai handled. Loiters for the
Two Jl it.dred and Second New York
wv o Hi 1. 1 to Pinar del llio and mail
f ! th.s o i!,"ineeis, the First North
Carolina and the Tenth regular in
f.mtry was -etit to the camp at Mari
an, to, GoiHMal Lee's headquarters.
General It iphael Cardenas, with 300
Cuban todiers. took possession today
of G nan i b icoa which has now been
ev:!C')Lilc 1 by the Spaniards and
marched through the town with his
band, chteiig loudly for America
and for free Cuba. The American
anu uuoan ila trs were hoisted.
The four companies of tho Eighth
infintry, which arrived yesterday on
the steaii:"r Whitney, complain bit-
Itvly of Ihcir accommodations on the
voynge. j hey say they wero packed
ike heniiios in barrels and with
rough weataer between Tampa and
Key West .-'ulTered horrible discom
forts. M uiv were unable to obtain
space to ue oown, and the condition of
the t-hip ;is tho result of manv men
beiriir jc-i.-ick as well as nich intoler-
Woman's club uud other auxiliary or
ganization have excellent programs
prepared. Further information will
be given on application. Respectfully,
Geo. L. Farley.
INTERESTING LOUISVILLE NEWS
Kumsuus Ordered to Manila.
Washington, Dec. 1-5. In accord
tice witii th-.? pi'iy of tho adminis
tration tj i(jplace the volunteer sul-
uiers m tin; I'liiiippines with recular
troops as r;mn as possible, orders were
issued toJay for the - Twentieth regi
ment of regular infantry at Fort
.Leavenworth, KaD., to proceed to San
Franei.-c arid take passaire on the
transport Seandia for the Philippine
Islands. Colonel -T. II. Patterson is in
command of the regiment, which is
the oxy one, to far, actually ordered
i) the Philippines of the infantry
regiments .-e'udod for service there.
I Piur Trust Sclione U Dead
MlNNKAroLis, .Dec. 15 The flour
trust seh. -me is dead, so far as Minne
apolis miU arc concerned. At a meet
ing of ! : p resell tat ives of the three
local rail I in,- concerns tho Pillsbury
WashbuiM Flour Mills company, the
Norch w--t-.i n Consolidated company
anci the Wa-hburn Crosby company
it was unanimously agreed that none
of the Minneapolis properties should
go into the Mclntyro consolidation
scheme and that no further attention
should K j;iveii to the matter. The
mills at Milwaukee and Duluth will in
nil orobability follow the lead of the
State Teacher's Agociati m.
1 ne next regular meeting of the
Nebra-ka Te.cher's association con
venes at Lincoln, December 26, 27, 28
Pates, railway: The railroads of
the state have granted an open rate
of one f u e for the round trip, tickets
to be ?old December 2(3 and 27, good to
return December 3d.
Kates, hotel: To members of the
association: I.i'neoln, 1 c(J; Lindell,
1:'j0; Grand, -SI. 50: Windsor, $1.2-5;
Capital, -1: Bjyd, $1. These rates
are witii tho undorstandipfr that
two pisjns (CwUpy the same room.
C.ss county teachers express them
selves as favorable to the Lincoln.
Arrangements may be made for
room and jimra in private families
and boai din ; hous s at rates not to
exesr-a i per any, bv writing to
Prof. G. E. C otir.i, chairman of local
committee, High school, Lincoln, Neb.
Evening sessions Monday, High
school debate between representatives
of leading schools of the state, in
auditorium of the new High school;
Tuesday, PhilharmonicOrchestr.i con
cert; Weinesday, address. 'The
Teachers and the Patriots' Rabbi
r".-r-.il n TTir....!. CM, in.. TV.,J
lecture, "Wendell rhillip," Supt. A.
F. Nightingale, Chicago.
Educators from other state3 We
are to have ex-state Superintendent
Henry Sabin, of Iowa, for supervision;
Miss Sarah C. Brooks, St. Paul,
Minn., primary work; Prof. D. L.
Kiehle, University of Minnesota,
p?dpg?gy; Supt. W. E. Kr.it z, Iowa,
The sell ol board section was organ
ized last year and a groat deal of in-j
terest. takei in the meetings. The'
Werk'i Uolnga of Our of Cum t'ouuty'a
Louisville, Neb., Dec. 1G. (Spe
cial to The News.) A strike occurred
last Saturday at Tom Pannele's new
brick building which is in course of
erection by ono of tho contractors
sending to Omaha for a negro to mix
mortar. All the other men refused to
work with a colored man and things
were at a standstill for several hourb.
when the colored man was sent back
to Omaha and the men returned to
Tho Cedar Creek quarries have
again resumed work after a week'd
The A. O. U. W. lodge gavo a eocial
last Tuesday evening at their hall and
if reports aro true they had a real
Landlord Speaker became enow
blind last Monday evening and fell on
the ice in such a way as to render him
unconscious for over an nour. Ue is
cettiDg along as well as can be ex
pected. The young folks are making good
use of the snow by coasting both day
and night, and as yet there has been
no very serious accidents.
Koch ford & Ruby are building a
large warehouse in the rear of their
hardware, furniture and grocery store.
Rev. John Calvert, pastor of the M.
E. church, who has been sick in bed
for ten weeks, is again able to be out.
lie made his first venture out last
F. tl. Nichols & Co. have greatly
improved the appearance of their
store by having it newly painted this
B. R. Sawyer had the misfortune to
slip and fall on the icy sidewalk last
Saturday evening and split the thigh
bone. Mr. Sawyer is a very old man
and lias a sick daughter who is down
with typhoid fever and aa they are
poor they need all the help they can
get in their hour of need.
Tom Parmele has succeeded in get
ting his tenament house moved across
the railroad tracks afte; trying all
the best teams in and around town,
Miss Corda Sumner is again able to
be out on the street after an illness of
No doubt there will be a better sjp
ply of ice this winter than ever before
as the ice harvest has commenced
earlier than usual. A large force of
men are kept busy at Lyman's sand
pit loading ice and shipping to
Omaha. The ice is ten to twelve inches
Kicney 5t Uickson are building a
large addition to their elevator near
the Missouri Pacific depot.
Dr. Hassemeir was at Omaha Thurs
day buying a large assortment of holi
Our genial fellow citizen. Miles
Drake, went to Omaha to see and be
Who Can Guess It?
A. Clai k, the grocer, has a jar of
beans in his show window and the per
son guessing nearest the number of
beans contained in tho jar will receive
as a prize a fine lamp. The contest
will close January 1, 1899.
In sluggish liver, Ilerbine, by its
beneficial action upon the biliary
tracts, renders the bile more fluid,
and brinks the liver into a sound,
healthy condition, thereby banishing
the sense of drowsiness, lethargy, and
the general feeling of apathy which
arise from disorders of the liver.
Price 50 cts. F. G. Fricke & Co.
There's no better flour made than
Heisel's "Plansifter," manufactured
in this city. Ask your grocer. for it.
and thereby get the best and sup
port home industry at the same tine,
vihieh builds up tho town.
Benj. Ingerson, of Hutton, Ind.
says he had not spoken above a whis
per for months, a-id cno bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar restored his
voice. It is used very largely by
speakers and singers.
liarlingtou Itoate Holiday Rates.
Greatly reduced r ites between
stations not more than 2 JO miles apart
are offered by the Burlington Route,
December 24, 25, 2G, and 31, 189S.
and January 1 and 2, 1899. Return
limit January 4, 18yJ-
fcsy tlie tne can, or served in any
style at Schiappacasse's.
TO CCRE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
fails to cure. 25c. Tho genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
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Christmas Will Soon I
Visit Us to Buy your Sensible Gifts... 3
Cr: Elegant Black Brocaded Crepon Dress Patterns. 22
Beautiful Fur Collarettes, from $2.75 up.
2Z: Muffs from 75c up. 2
Dresden handle and Gold-mounted Parasols.
Belts and Belt Buckles. ZZZ
Men's Fancy Evening Slippers from 59c. 3
2ZL Large assortment Ladies Felt Slippers very cheap. 2
Beautiful Things in White Lace Pillow Shams, Stand rrS
ZZZ Covers, etc.
Embroidered Handkerchiefs at all Prices. 5
Initial Handkerchiefs, 5c. 3
2: Kid Gloves, Mittens in S ilk and Kid -all prices. 25
Bissel's Gold Memal Carpet Sweepers, $3.00.
IT: Large size Moquette Rugs, 36 in. by 72 in., $3.50. 3
r Grocery Dep't.. 1
2 ....We have everything to tickle your palate in this department. A ZZZ
Special line of Candies and Nuts for our Xmas trade. Z2
Fancy China Plates, Cups and Saucers, Shaving Mus, Water Sets, 35
Tumblers a special purchase, in sets, for frjfts. 5
Xlo-ZJS We have the largest assortment and cheapest line of these
TZ oods in town. Make your selections at mice, as they are selling r?g
Y a SON, 3
High Class Merchandise- 3
CALFa at $3.25, is custom made,
full stock and is as good as we
could make for $5.00.
KIP, at $2.50, is all solid and no
shoddy. We also have them for
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
GRAIN LEATHER, at $2.75, is
as near waterproof as can be
FELT Boots and First
Overs, at $2.25, can't
Full line KNITTED SOX and OVERS at Prices to
Warm Shoes and Slippers.
Men's Flannel and Tuft-Lined, at $2.00 and $2.50.
Children's Felt Shoes, 65c. Ladies' Felt Shoes, 85c up.
FELT SLIPPERS, 65c up.
Our Felt Goods department is overflowing with
WARM ARTICLES and it will pay you to see 'em.
Don't Forget Us on Fancy Felt Slippers for Xmas.
They make Appropriate Presents. NO HUMBUGGERY
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floliday Millinery Sale
To Continue to Jan. 1.
IIKS. L I ItKiSALK has inaugurated a spe-
"l cial fifiHinery Sale, to continue during the
no'idays, and having an excellent new stock
from which to select, you can make no mistake
by calling upon her. The sale will include all
And Other Goods
Every lady buying eoods to the amount of
one dollar will be given a chance on a gold
watch. Call and see it
MRS. 0. F. UTTERBACK,
Vnder Bank of Cass ounty, Plattsmouth, Neb
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
IS THE PLACE TO BUY-
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oata and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER S TROOP,
THIRD AND MAIN-&TS.
Our stock Is complete In all lines and we
Invite our frienda to look It over. We will
undenvor to please you. Call and see ua.
STREIGHT D SATTLER,
(Successors to Hecry Boeck.)
Contracts taken for the erection ol Residences
Barns and any kind of carpenter work, in anv
part of the county. Call on or address....
HARVET HOLLO WAT, Plattsmouth. Neb
THE PERKINS HOUSE.
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop.
Rates $1 and $1.50 Der Dab
Centrally Located and Com
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEB
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