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PLATTSMOUTH, NEIi.. DKCKMHKH L'O. 1898.
VOL. VIII. NO. 13.
TU K II Kit A Mi. Mtabltsbed April 10. I8it f
I Everything New,.
g ..Nothing Carried Over.
2 W. 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 3
of getting last year's goods. He 3
has Holiday Goods of every de
scription, for both young and old
H His Prices f
H Are Reasonable
If you cannot be suited here, it is 2j
useless to look elsewhere, as the 2
stock is complete. Here are a few 3
j: appropriate... 3
1 Christmas 1
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
. k. fox, i
418 Main Street, PLATTSMOUTH
OILY A FEW WORDS.
THE MORE YOU SAY, THE LESS
JOE & FRANK,
The People's Clothiers,
Will sell Overcoats, 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 & FRANK,
Waterman block, - Plattsmouth, Neb
M'KINLEYIN TUB SOUTH
President Pauses at Macon In His
Now, accord i to lh5 cirds received
by her friend in th'n country, she
was married to Huron Alexander Oren
giami, a French nobleman, in l'ari.s
MRS. WILLIAAt P. SNOWDEN DIES
WltnttHit Military l'rorennlou From Ite-
viewing 8tuutl and Iteceive an Al
lre From Confederate Vrtrraim 51c
KInley Makes a Speech auft In I.oiMlly
Macon, Ga., Doc. ll; President
McKinley arrived here at 0:."0 a. m.
He was received by a larjjo and en
thusiastic crowd. The presidential
party drove out to the reviewing'
grounds, where General Wilson's com
mand passed beforo the president.
At tbe station, the presidential party
was met by fifteen carriages. Lined up
along the street was the Seventh cav
alry, the bright yellow of its overcoat
linings making a vivid contrast
against the fog and drizzle that pre
vailed. Driving through the streets,
the president took his place on the re
viewing stand. On one side of the
chief executive stood General Wilson
and on the other General Dates. As
the brigades passed the respective
commanders took their places on the
6tand with the presidential party. De
spite the poor weather, a large and
enthusiastic crowd was on hand. The
troops passed in review in this order:
Third engineers. Second Ohio infan
try, Seventh infantry; Tenth infantry;
Third North Carolina infantry; Sixth
Virginia infantry; Seventh cavalry,
A memorial address was presented
to the president by the confederate
veterans. The now famous reference,
"To care for the confederate dead," in
the president's Atlanta soeech, wa9
f -amed in a huge wreath of flowers
and placed on the pedestal of the con
Mrs. McKinley remained in the par
lor car while in Macon and bowed
frequently to the crowd which
gathered in the depot. Owing to her
slight cold it was not considered ad
visable for her to face the rain.
The president spoke briefly from the
reviewing stand, tie connnea nis re
marks chiefly to the pride the Amer
ican people should take in their army.
McKinley Talks In the Kain.
The president said: "It gives me
very groat pleasure to meet and greet
the citizens of Macon, with many or
whom I have been associated in public
life. It has given me pleasure to wit
ness the review of the soldiers of the
United States. How much, indeed,
has this nation to be thankful for at
this hour. With what reverent grati
tude we should express our thankful
ness to Divine Providence which has
so tenderly eared for the American
"We have been at war with a foreign
power, lnat war ended arier llJdays
of conflict, a conflict on two oceans, a
conflict in the west and east, 12,000
miles apart, with 50,000 of our soldiers
on distant shores and 20,000 sailors
aiid marines afloat, with a loss in army
and navy of less than 2,000 men and
without the loss of a sIud. Never be-
fore was there a more magnificent
army mustered and never was an army
mustered for a holier cause or under a
more glorious flag than the stars and
stripes. (Cheers and applause.)
'Oa the 24th day of this month, tbe
day before Christmas, our peace com
missioners will deliver to the presi
dent of the United States a treaty of
peace, peace with honor, peace with
the blessings of liberty to struggling
peoples east and west. I congratulate
my country on another fact: We
have not only triumphed over our
enemy, but we have triumphed over
our own prejudices and we are now a
united country. (Prolonged applause
and cheers )
"It has done my heart good to wit
ness the demonstrations of patriotism
from one end of this country to the
other. Six weeks ago I went to the
extreme west. I met there a wave of
patriotism. I came to the south and
witnessed the same spirit of loyalty
and devotion to a common country
with a common faith, under a common
flag. (Applause ) I know this great
audience wants to see the heroes of
the war. They are here with you
Shafter and Wheeler and Lawton and
Bates and others who were conspicu
ous in the recent conflict (cheers) and
give way that you may have the
pleasure of meeting them and other
distinguished gentlemen who are in
my party as I journey through the
south." (Great applause )
Generals Wheeler, Lawton, Shafter
and Wilson also male short addresses.
General Lawton left the party here to
day for Huitsville, Ala., to take com
mand of Camp Forsee.
The president and party left Macon
on their special train for Aueusta at
:30 p. m. today, the .trip being made
over the Georgia road.
Augusta, Ga,, Dec. J9. The presi
ential train arrived at the military
camp a few miles from here at 3:25 p.
Here ts -y resident and . party
were met by a reception committee
and after taking carriages, rode
through the camp under escort.
fr'lrat White Woman to I.ornte nt Omaha
Mrs. Incline I Snowdon, nged 07
years, the wife of William P. Snow
den, living at 712 South Twenty-fifth
avenue, died Saturday night after a
protracted illness from bronchitis,
says the Worid-IIerald . Among the
pioneer settlers of Oiuaha Mrs. Snow
den had the distinction of being the
first white woman to locate in Omaha,
having located here July 11, 1854.
Mrs. Snowden was a native of Ken
tucky and was married to Mr. Snow
den in Buchanan county, Missouri,
September 9, 1847. In lH.j.'i the couple
located at Council Bluffs, then Kanes-
villo, and came to Omaha the follow
ing July, locating in a one-story log
hou.se built by tho ferry company at
Tenth and Jackson streets, where they
kept a boarding house for some years,
entertaining many prominent overland
travelers of note.
The first religious oxercises held in
Omaha were at Mr. Snowden's house,
as was also the first ball given. The
town site company of Omaha deeded
a lot at Fourteenth and Chicago
streets to Mrs. Snowden in honor of
her being tho first white wom;iu to
brave the perils and hardships of the
then wilderness hero.
Besides her husband, six children
survive Mrs. Snowden. They are Mrs.
V. II. Thomas, Valley; Mrs. Chris
topher Wampeler, Joliet; Mrs. Julius
Wellnitz, Cheyenne; George Snowden,
Fresno, Cal.; Mrs. G. L. White and
Miss Tana Snowden, tbe artist, of
Mrs. Rebecca Barnes, a sister, re
sides at Friend, Mo. Mr. and Mrs.
Snowden celebrated their golden wed
ding September 9, 1897.
In slutrgisb liver, Herbine, by its
beneficial action upon the biliary
tracts, renders tho bile more fluid,
and brink's the liver into a sound,
healthy '-.ondition, thereby banishing
the sense of drowsiness, lethargy, and
the general feeling of apathy whicli
arise from disorders oi tne liver.
Price 50 cts. F. G. Fricko & Co.
I E. G. DOVBY & SON I
Visit Us to Buy your Sensible Gifts...
Cr: Elegant Black Brocaded Crepon Dress Patterns.
Err Beautiful Fur Collarettes, from $2.75 up.
ZZ: Muffs from 75c up.
Cr: Dresden handle and Gold-mounted Parasols.
Er: Belts and Belt Buckles.
Men's Fancy Evening Slippers from 59c. 2
Large assortment Ladies Felt Slippers very cheap.
ZZ: Beautiful Things in White Lace Pillow Shams, Stand
ZZ: Covers, etc.
ZZZ Embroidered Handkerchiefs at all Prices. 5
SZ: Initial Handkerchiefs, 5c. zzZ
ZZZ Kid Gloves, Mittens in Silk and Kid -all prices. 2
T Bissel's Gold Memal Carpet Sweepers, $3.00. 3
Large size Moquette Rugs, 36 in. by 72 in., $3.50. 5
There's no better flour made than
Basel's "Plansifter," manufactured
in this , city. Ask your grocer for it,
and thereby get the best and sup
porta home, industry at tho same time,
which buLbfs up tbe town.
Benj. Ingerson, of Button, Ind.,
says he had not spoken above a whis
per for months, aiid ono bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar restored his
voice. It is used very largely try
speakers and singers
Mornintr's bread hereafter may be
obtained at Zuckweiler & Lutz, Jona
than Hstt's, Dovey's and Fair store,
Tne person who disturbed tne con
gregation last Sunday by coughing, is
requested to call on F. G. Fricke & Co,
and g3t a bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar, which always gives relief.
Clerical I'tnuits 189i.
Clergymen and others entitled to
clerical permits are respectfully rej
quested to call at tho Burlington
ticket office and arrange about their
TO CUKK A COLO IS ONK OAY
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.
A nice fresh
Gering & Co's.
stock of candies at
Notice to Creditors.
SrATE of Nebraska. j County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Isabelle Emery,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the administrator of said es
tate, before me, county judge of Cass county, Ne
braska, at the county court room in nattsmoum
in said county, on thel4th day of February. A. L
1,-SW, and on the 14th day of July. at 9
o clock A. M. each day tor the purpose ot pre
senting their claims for examination, adjustment
and allowance. Six months are allowed for the
creditors of said deceased to present their claims,
from the 14th day of January, IH'.9.
Witness my hand and the seal of said county
court at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 19th day
George M. Spur lock.
(Sea!) County Judge.
Notice of Administration.
In County Court. Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Franklin Neimann,
Frederick Vallery, Maxwell Vallery, Josephine
Vallerv. infants, and ail other persons interested
in said matter, are hereby notihed that a petition
has been hied in said court, alleging that said de
ceased died leaving no last will, and praying for
administration of said estate, and that if you fail
to appear at said court'on the lutn day of January
A. D., ltiW. at 9 o'clock A. M., to contest said
petition, the court may grant the prayer of said
petition, and grant administration of said estate
to D. O. Dwyer, or some other suitable person,
and proceed to a settlement ot said estate.
ltncss my hand and seal ot said court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this, the ltth. day of
December. A. D. 193.
George M. Spurlock,
(Seal) County Judge.
Tries It a Third Time.
New York, Dec. 19. The World
tomorrow will say: Phineas T. Bar
n urn's widow, bis second wife, has
taken a third husb.ind. Her second
was Demetrie Callias Bey, a Greek.
He died September 21!, 1896, while his
wife was in the country on a visit.
..A GREAT. .
Holiday Millinery Sale
To Continue to Jan. 1.
MRS. UTTERBACK has inaugurated a Spe
cial Millinery Sale, to continue during the
Holidays, 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 goods to the amount of
one dollar will be given a chance on a gold
watch. Call and see it....
MRS. 0. F. UTTERBACK,
Under Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth, Neb
....We have everything- to tickle your palate in this department. A
Special line of Candies and Nuts for our Xmas trade. Z
Fancy China Plates, Cups and Saucers, Shaving- Mugs, Water Sets, ZZ
' Tumblers a special purchase, in sets, for g-ifts.
Li-ZJS We have the larg-est assortment and cheapest line of these
ST goods in town. Make your selections at once, as they are selling 3
ZZ. very rapid ly.
I E. G. DOVEY & SON,
Leaders in... 3
S High Class Merchandise. 22
In the City...
CALF, 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 Quality
Overs, at $2.25, can't be beat.
Full line "KNITTED SOX and OVERS at Prices to Please.
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 lis on Fancy Felt Slippers for Xmas.
They make Appropriate Presents. NO HUMBUGGERY
Lcj;rinfr and OverzraltGrs
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oata and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER 5 TROOP,
THIRD AND MAIN-&TS.
Our stock Is oomplete In all lines and we
iDTlte our friends to look It orer. We will
endeavor to please 70a. Call and see as.
STREIGHT G SATTLER,
(Successors to Hecry Roeok. )
Contracts taken (or the erection of Residences
Barns and any kind of carpenter work, in any
part of the county. Call on or address....
HARVEY HOLLOWAY, Plattsmoath. Keb
rHE PERKINS HOUSE,
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop.
Rates $1 and $1.50 D6r Dau
Centrally Located and Com
PLATTSMOUTn, - NEB
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