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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1894)
A JOYOUS OCCASION,
Happy Wedding of Miss Tillie Ven
ard to Mr. Albert Wettenkamp.
SOME SPEEDY RAILROADING.
First Trip or tht BurllORton'a Jiew Mall
Train Ktcortl Hreaker For Wet
rrn Kailral Various Other
Note ami .lotting.
Miss Tillie Wnard of this city was
Riven in marriage at 11:30 o'clock
Tue s lay to Mr. Albert Wetenkamp at
the home of Wm. Wetenkatrp, the 1
groom's father, in the presence of
some sixty of the relatives and friends
of the contracting parties. It was a
very pleasant and happy affair. At
the appointed time the notes of the
weddiDg march rang out on the air
from the deft fingers of Miss Florence
Kichardson, and the wedding party
inarched into the parlor with Misa
Mary Sherman as bridesmaid and Mr.
Frank Richardson as groomsman.
The ceremony was then most be auti
ful'.y performed by Rev. J.C. H.IIobbt.
of the Eight Mile circuit. Congratu
lations over, a bounteous repast was
served and the afternoon was spent in
' Numerous and costly were the pres
ents, including a farm of 160 acres ad
joining the home farm on the east, by
the groom's father, a bedroom set, and
sewing machine, a set of china table
ware, a parlor lamp, tea sets, table
linen, and household bric-a-brac galore.
Among the guests and donors were
Grandfather and mother S. I. Long.
Grant WettenkamD. Mr. and Mrs. C.
II. Vallery, Mr. and Mrs.Samual Rich
ard?on, Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. Watson Long, W. W.
Marker, A. O.Carky, Wni. Shaw, Mr.
and Mrs. Silas Long, Mr. Frank Rich
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sherman.
The Journal extends its congratu
lations to both the bride and the groom,
the Broom in securing as a wife a
woman of rare amiability and com
mendable qualities of mind
and heart, in fact a real
jewel. As for the bride, she has
chosen a young man of excellent char
acter, who is abundantly able to keep
the wolf from the door. The young
reoDle will be "at home' to their
friends cm their farm next spring.
Prof. W.N. Ilalsey and the Misses
Lillian Smith and Alberta Hyers de
Darted this morn in e to attend the an
nual convention of the Nebraska
Kant Time On the llurlington.
The new fast mail train on the Bur
lington, which passes through this
ritv at 2:12 in the afternoon, is a ver
itable hummer. The train made its
flrat run under the new schedule on
Monday afternoon. The trip was
fast one over the entire line, but from
Creston west it was unusually speedy
as the train was twenty miles late out
of that point. The distance from
Creston to Council Bluffs is 107 miles
In covering this distance the tram
made four stops and as many slow
dov. ii3, but it rolled into Council Bluffs
in exactly 113 minute". Kailread men
tigure that the stops and slow-downs
retarded the train at least ten min
utes. and an average speed of less than
liftr-eight seconds per mile was thus
attained from Creston to Counci
Bluffs. The Chicago Inter Ocean, in
mentioning the trip, stamps it as be
ing the fastest mail train in the entire
western country, and opines that the
Burlington will yet surpass the crack
Oeatlt of C. D. Palmer.
That dread disease, consumption
caused the demise on Monday last of
Mr. CD. Palmer, juuior member o
the firm of McBride & Palmer, hard
ware merchants of Nebawka. Mr
Palmer was a single man and was
about thirty-five years of age. In the
campaign of '93 he was prominently
mentioned as a candidate for the of
fice of register of deeds, and in the
reuublican county convention lacked
but a few votes of securing the nomi
nation. He . was one of Nehawka
most enterprising business men and
his demise will be accepted with deep
regret all over the county.
Just think of it! For the holiday
we will sell fresh mixed nuts for ten
cents a pound; fresh candies from ten
to twenty-live cents a pound; fresh figs
from ten to twenty cents a pound;
fresh dates ten cents a pound; fresh
raisens five to fifteen cents a pound,
and everything else in our line pro
Bennett & Tutt.
Holiday Kate On the M. P.
The Missouri Pacific railway will
give a special holiday rate of one and a
third fare for the round triptoall points
within a radus of 200 miles. Dates for
sale, Dec. 22, 23,24, 25, and 31 and Jan.
1. Return limit, Jan. 2.
C. F. Stoutexkorougii, Agent.
Japanese Liver Pellets are smail, but
great in their effects; no griping; fifty
doses twenty-five cents. Sold at Fricke
List of Letter
Remaining uncalled for in the post-
offlce at riattsmouth Dec. 20, for week
ending Dec. 19, 1S91:.
Anderson, Mrs. Mau t'abolt, Mrs. Kate
Johnson, Mrs. A. P, McDonald, Mrs. Nora
Wiley, C. E.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters or parcels will please say "ad
vertised.'' W. K. Fox, P. M.
We ofEer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CnENEY, & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin an
cially able to carry out any obligations
made by their hrtn.
Wet& Tkai-x, Wholesale Drug
iriats. Toledo. O.
Walding, Kisnax & Marvin,
Wholesale Druireists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
nd raueous suriaces oi me svsieui.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
An Important Chance.
To our friends and patrons: After
lue consideration we have decided to
dopt the CASH system, and on and
after January 1, 1895, we will do no
more crediting except to those whose
names are now on our book and are
prompt in meeting their accounts.
We have tried the credit business
for nearly fifteen years and have pro
fitted but very little thereby, the most
of our earnings being on our books or
lost by uncollected accounts.
By selling for cash we CAN and
WILL give our patrons the benefit of
our gains, and the advantages derived
from getting spot cash by selling them
goods at a reduced price.
Of course we shall continue to ex
channe troods for produce as hereto
Come in and get our prices and see
how far a dollar will go these hara
times. I5ENNETT oc 1 I TT
Gering & Co's syrup of tar an.
pherrv omtound will cure that -old
r thev will refund the money.
- - r
J. W. Burke, of the painting depart
ment of the B. & M . at Lincoln, after
oeing"atthe front"' all fall painting
station houses, came to Plattsmoutn
to spend Chr.stmas with his sister,
Mrs. Wm. Neville, and other friends.
Why undergo terrible sufferings and
endanger your life when you can he
cured by Japanese Pile Cure; guaran
teed by Fricke & Co.
A HKOWMi; FKKE
fO EVERY LITTLE GIBL Oil BOY
MAKING A PURCHASE AT WM.
Dick Gallagher a former Platts
moutn boy but now of Chicago, is in
town shaking hands with friends. He
will remain until after New Years's
Holiday Prices at Slwcrej't Frnit Store.
Bananas 15 and 20 per doz; oranges
20c per doz; mixed candies 20c per lb.,
cream and fancy candies 15c. Rest of
fresh fruits always in stock.
21-2-w S. Moscrey.
Japanese Pile Cure is the only one
that can be guaranteed, as it is the
only cure. Sold by Fricke & Co.
Chas. Vallery returned this after
noon to his labors in the Burlington
offices in Chicago, after a short holi
day visit here with bis parents.
A nickle-plated, round burner, with
opal shade, stand lamp, for $1.7-5 com
plete, at Gering & Co.
Mrs. Eva Reese and her children, of
NOrth Platte, is visiting with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. McMaken,
over the holidays.
The "O. K." bath rDoma will re
main open on Sundays until 12 o'clock
(noon.) Rest baths in the city. Price
Buy the improved Singersewing ma
chine. Anton Trillity, local agent,
ofiice in Unruh's furniture store.
Lawyer J. L. Root and family are
in Beatrice eniovinc a holiday visit
Chas. Ileitzhausen, a well-known
Louisville boy, is officiating behind the
bar at the McVey saloon, and in him
Mr. McVey has secured a genial good
fellow for a bar-tender. Visitors at
McVey's aie assured a warm welcome
and good treatment.
A IIKOWNIK FltKK
TO EVERY LITTLE GIRL OR BOY
MAKING A PURCHASE AT WM.
McVey's bar room ia free from row
dies and toughs. Gentlemen will find
it strictly an orderly and reputable re
sort. Succulent sauer kraut, put up by a
German adept, at 92.75 a barrel, at
If you want a cheap heating stove
the place to get it is at Clam Rreken
feld'a. Always the best fresh fruits, nuts
and confectioneries at Schulhof & Co.
Six bars of White Russian soap for a
quarter at McCourt'a grocery.
Kraut in half barrels. Zuckweiler &
Lutz, corner Sixth and Pearl.
Hot weiner-wurst, free lunch and
A nrtaiiaar.TiiQAfi Kaor o t f Yta PaaitiA
illiliCTirtr;-jrurvil an a v bill- vuniilVi
An opportunity like
this seldom occurs.
50 Cents on
Are selling the Rosenwald
& Weil Overcoat Stock
AT 50 CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR.
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters
S5.00 i. 9.50
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters
$6.00 vortii $10.00
Men's Kersey. Overcoats.
$7.00 wourn $13.50
$3.50, $4 and $5
Hundreds to select from, all colors.
weights and styles at just half
the regnlar retail price.
Cor. 15th and Douglas St.
The Building With the Clock.
Cut This Out and Bring it With You.
Dr. Agnes V. Swetland,
Scial attention to Obstetric, Diseases
Women and Woman's Surgeir.
19'J3 Farnam treet,
t4z a Well
VITA I IQ . ' f8
III nhlU luto ua
AilJS UltiAl COth UftJ".
ProilarfS the AlMrr Kenolts ia SO lists. It acts
powerfully aud qu.t-kly. furcs when all others
fail. Younu men will refrain thHr lost manhood,
andoldnv-n will recovvr tlieir youthful vior
by using VITALIS. It quickly aud surely re
stores Nervousness, Lost Vitafity. Impotency,
NiRhtly KmissionH, Lost Power. Fuiling Mem
ory, Wasting; Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no other. Can be carried in vest
pocket. My mail. 1.00 per packaae. or six for
5.(H. with a positive written guarantee to curs
or refund the moiipjr. Circular free. Address
ClLtHKT Ill.SKIr 'MMl'AXV, t bingo. 111.
For Bale at PUttsraouth, Xeb., by O. H. Snyder
and Gering A Co., arugslstH.
TIIK OtU HIXI A BLK
HAS PURCHASED THE
Sixth Street Checkered 8am.
AND WILL RUN IT IK
Special attention to Funerals. 11 net b be
j un to all trains. "Promptness and Fidelity to
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE; Second floor of tte Todd blocr
east of the court house.
These tiny Capsules are superior
lialsaia of fJopalba,
I A jCubel
faS A same
Cubebs and Injections. ftfATMi
cure in 48 hours tho J
same diseases without any incon
venience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
a r af-1 V V SV - 0 i M
isav. -r. v stt ' -
In order to encourage cash sales and close
up business promptly I make the
On all Cash Sales
mi? AT IlLV
OFF if -naid bv D
January 1. ISo l
r, Vi, fiTvi tor Cz
lO llilU llUAlj iUi w w
P. J. HANSEN,
STAPLE and FANCY
FLOTTR AND FEED
One door North of Postoffice.
The City Hotel,
Corner Main and Third Sts.,
IN EVERY RESPECT.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED
Special Attention Given to the
Accommodation of Farmers.
tlon. . . .
CLEAN ROOMS AND TABLE
Rates $1 Per Day.
H. H. GOOS, PropV.
A Kf-vr end r.'pto Trcatirieiit, conplstinj r
PliFiWiTOilli' ' Cap-clo3 -f Ointment and Iv
l;ovpof Ohiiiut'jf. A rever-tr-.ilhii Care for Pile.
of .viry r..-.turo uuA desrcsi. it rnktxi un operallnii
rl!U tho knifo cr Injections of carbolio acid, wh
are ininliU olid wldoia a permaEciit P'Jre, and oft et
reeultiuff la death, DDneceseary. Why ndur
this terrible c4is0nse? W cuarant.(
boxes to cur an case. You only pay rot
beceSM repel? .il. I a Njx. C t rr fr by mail. OMnyi
t rrs Ocnrantef l-!ud by our atrputa.
rfSfj55Y?r3r.T5iy Cured. Piles Prtvenlod
bUrtO I 11 kVti tyjaoanese Liver Pellet
Hio trr,t I.ivril and STtWl ACll KKliULATOK an-1
BlOODHJKlFlEll. Small, mild and pleuwut tn
tnLn, especially adupteU fur chiklrtn'cJ WAJfc(jf
U UABA5TEE9 JssnaJ only by
F.1 G r Kit KK & TO.. DRUKLITK.
8 le apronta Plutismiii th, Nch.
Zuchweiler & Lutz
Cor. Sixth and Pearl Sts.,
KEEP EVERYTHING IN THEIR LIXE.
Give Good Weight,
TOUR CUSTOM IS SOtlCIVKD.
SPEEDY" end I.ASTINO HESTTlvrS.
No loconvenlpnce. Simply
sure. AE3CLUTEL? 7BSS
from any injurious substance.
W GUARANTEE a CORE or refund your mt.ne.
Price 3.oo per bottle. Send 4c. (or tieetur
TBEMONX MEDICAL CO.. Boon.
if -nmrf hpfn-m January 1. All accounts running- am
I I Ml get
can itay 1
Hi! I will erive
member 1, and FIVE PER GENT OF
.S, -. , m-m-ivT T -
win aaa jtjj . uvj
its ( J lViKirCiS to maiie J- vv mi i. i rZjU
now be solu for at
AN : ABSOLUTE
For the purpose
to the people of this
A CUT PRICE
- - ON HIS NEW - -
Wood Base Burner.
THE CUT OPERATES AS FOLLOWS:
fit M n f.ii' i St I I I"
Size No. 1, - $35-00 - $30.00.
,f' Size No. 2, . - ' 30 00 - 27.50.
These Stoves are
perfect in material
adapted to the
Better results are, obtained than by
the use of Hard Coal in any of the
Base Burners on the market
PEARLMAN gives an Absolute Guaran
tee that these Stoves will give entire
Satisfaction in every particular.
Messrs. J. C. Petersen, E. R. Todd, A. B.
Taylor, H. D. Travis, Samuel Richard
son and others are now using this
stove in place of a hard coal burner,
and the public is referred to any of the
above. Drop in and see the Stove.
I. Gdl lllldll,
W. D. JONES,
Has purchased the Farmele & Kuthe -ford
stock and will run both the
Main-st. and Schildknecht Barns.
I Rigs of all descriptions, from a Sndc'.e
i horse to a Sixteen-passenger Wagon,
i Cabs, Pall Bearer Wagon, Carryalls and
everything for picnics, wedding and
AT KKULLAK HAItn.
Prices Rensonablft No credit over JO
d" Old and new customers are in
viCPTIcal). when satisfHiion is guar
auteed. W. I). J)Nfc
TEN PER GEN:
, ' - n I
- m - D PTP'MT1 "NT
further introducing1 l )
elegant in design, f
and are especially
OF WOOD. I
The . . .
House - Furnisher, J
Court House. J
STREIGHT & SATTLEE,
Successors to Honrj Bock,
stoves, Kanires, rians.
In every deU
Our ? it r- I'i llaj : :a i
Anlnvpstigation lscrt.iln to convince.
COMPAN , ,
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