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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1895)
After Turkey ... .
YOU WILL WANT
Clothing if you see our new produc
tions. Seeing is wanting, but don't
you need a new Suit or Overcoat?
What nobby Winter Suits we are
selling at $5.50 to $10.
What comfortable, good looking
and good wearing Overcoats we
will sell you at $5 to $12.
It will be your own loss if you
do not come and see our Attractive
Clothing at Attractive Prices.
Our Underwear Department is
complete, our Glove and Mitten de
partment is complete ; in fact, we
are complete in every department
that pertains to Men's, Boys and
Children's wear. Call and see
$ $ i
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE, j
Julius Pit z was sight-seeing in Om
Ilenry Gable came in from Louis
ville Tuesday morning.
C.J. Banning of Nehawka was in
the city on business Tuesday.
A. II. Weckbach and Peter Pitz
were Omaha visitors Monday.
W. J. Hesser, the florist, went up to
the metropolis yesterday on business.
Al Harkins appeared in police court
Tuesday and paid the balance of his
fine, and was again given his liberty.
The replevin case of Tom Chapman
vs. E. II. Wooley has been continued
in county court until Dec. 20, upon ap
plication of plaintiff-
B. B. McNurlin, the democratic
veteran from Greenwood, came down
last Saturday to pay his taxes and
those of several friends.
Ten fine calve3 were shipped to Om
aha and South Omaha Wednesday by
the local butchers. Veal is reported
to be quite scares there.
After Thanksgiving the B. & M.
will discontinue trains No. 29 and 30,
which have been running from this
city to Louisville and return.
Mr. and Mrs. John Donelan of
Weeping Water visited yesterday in
thi3 city with the latter'a parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. White.
Jno. Benfer has resigned his position
as clerk in the grocery store of Egen
berger & Troop, and accepted a simi
lar positson in A. Clark's store.
Jas. Newell has accepted a position
as assistant station agent for the B. Tc
M. at Schuyler. Tiie Journal will
keep him informed upon local affairs.
G. W. McBride, aged 25; and Nora
Hay Irey, aged 21, both of the
vicinity of Union, were granted a per
mit to wed in county court yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kirkpatrick of
Nehawka were in the city today, in
attendance at the funeral of Mrs.
Kirkpatrick's father. Dr. John Black.
Wm. Brissey, the M. P. section fore
man, went out Wednesday evening
and shot a fine wild goose in Shafer's
pasture, northwest of town, which
made a very appetizing Thanksgiving
Yesterday was the sixty-third birth
day anniversary of Mrs. Henry Kirk
bam, Sr., and Wednesday evening a
number of ber friends called at the
family residence and pleasantly sur
A petition was filed in district court
this afternoon through Attorneys
rrkr and Bawls by Nellie O'Rourke,
as guardian for the minor children of
Mrs. Annie O'PvOurke, praying for
leave to sell certain real estate in this
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Jackman of
Louisville were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Ramsey Saturday. They
were on their way for a visit to Mt.
Mrs. M. D. Polk and children went
up to Omaha Monday afternoon, where
they will visit for a couple of days,
and then go to Greenwood to spend
Thanksgiving with relatives.
Miss Lillian Stoutenborough, who
was so severely injured Wednesday
morning, is reported a great deal bet
ter today. She has regained con
sciousness and it is thought she will
have.completely recovered in a short
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sherman of Lin
coln visited in the city yesterday with
the family of C. W.Sherman. Charles,
who is employed on the Lincoln Call,
returned to his dutiea tnis morning,
and Mrs, Sherman will remain here
Bishop Bonacum, assisted by Rev.
Fathers Nugent and Carney, officiated
last Sunday at the solemn dedication
services at St. John's church. The
large audience present were deeply
impressed with the ceremonies, which
were very interesting.
Geo. E. Dovey returned home this
morning from a month's sojourn at
the Atlanta exposition, and reports
having had an excellent time. Mrs
Dovey and the children are at present
visiting in Joliet, Ills., and will return
home in about a week.
Perhaps the hardest-worked official
in Cass county, at the present writing
is Judge Ramsey, who is closing up
county court business for his third
term. New business is constantly
coming-in and this, in addition to un
finished work makes the work much
greater and heavier.
B. & M. passenger car No. 20 has
just been turned out of the shops, af
ter a thorough overhauling. This car
is the one in which Peter Reuland was
killed in a wreck on the B. & M., near
Gibson, some years ago, he being
jammed in the door and so badly
burned that he lived but a short time.
Pure maple syrup at $1.00 ner gal
lon. New sorghum and New Orleans
molasses, honey drip syrup and black
strap can be had at
Bennett & Tutt's.
All parties knowing themselves to
be indebted to Claus Brekenfeld will
save cost of collection by calling at
the store and settling their accounts
immediately. Fred Ebinger,
Agent for mortgagees.
PERSONAL, POLITICAL AND PERTINENT.
The Nebraska City News remark
that "with gold ntines in Seward
county, coal in Cass county, and the
proposed building of a union depnt at
Omaha, Nebraska is booming."
The Nebraska Universitv foot ball
club of Lincoln beat the Iowa Univer
sity eleven at Omaha yesterday in a
very clever game. The score whs 6 to 0.
A number of foot ball admirers went
up from this city to witness the game.
Last Monday nicht he ic gnrpel in
the river at .Flat'srn'oul h, an uniiMiul
occurrence so early in the season, and
very strange, too, considering th tem
perature about the News and Tribune
offices, which are not a great distance
from the river. Union Ledger.
A mother's love is the most far
reaching thing in the world. It has
followed many a wayward son to the
verge of hell and brought him back.
They have sent a man to jail in Kan
sas for contempt of court. Ills crime
consisted in refnsing to drink Deer on
the witness stand, when told to do so
by the judge, who wanted to know it it
was beer. He boldly declined to be
The editors of the Elmwood Echo
and Leader have a habit of organizing
a hunting putty, and engaging in a
hunting contest the first snow of each
year. Monday these' gamey editors,
each at the head of his respective di
vision went out into thesnow and wind
to hunt jack rabbits, and other game
The members of each party got the
captains to stand guard while they
made a grana drive through an almost
impenetrable thicket. The editors re
turned to town about midnight and
each captain has ordered a court mar
tial of his respective command. Of
course an editor alvt ays gets mad un
less he can hold the sack and let the
rabbits jump in. Nebraska City Press.
Any reader of a home newspaper
can save many times the price of the
subscription during the year by watch
ing the advertisements. There is very
frequently a difference of from ten to
twenty cents per yard on goods, and
other things in proportion. Often
when a person makes purchases and
is not posted, he pays dearly for it.
The enterprising robber nowadays
hesitates between risking his life and
liberty in holding up an express car
and taking things easy as an embezzler
of public funds. On the whole the
scales seem to incline toward defalc
tion in public office.
The newspaper war in St. Louis, if
it is continued, will bankrupt all en
gaged in it. The price of the Republic
and Globe-Democrat has been reduced
to one cent per copy, and the publishers
furnish dealers with papers at one
half cent each, and papers are given
with each cigar purchased, or a shave,
or most anything else. With those
papers it is the larger the circulation
the larger the loss.
An exchange that knows what it is
talking about, wisely says: "Young
man, when you are courting your best
girl, don't get soft. Don't say 'these
little hands will not do a stroke of
work when you are mine, and you shall
have nothing to do in our house but to
sit all day and chirp to the canaries,'
as if any sensible woman could be
happy fooling away her time in that
sort of style. A girl generally has a
fine, retentive memory of the soft
things and silly promises of courtship.
and occasionly, in after years, when
she is bending over the washtub, or
patching the west end of your trous
ers, she wijl remind you of them, in
cold, sarcastic tones of voice."
Hans Albert, America'o greatest
violinist, formerly concert master with
the Thomas Orchestra, and Don Long,
the celebrated pianist and composer,
will give a concert in Plattsmouth. at
the Presbyterian church, on Monday
evening, Dec. 2, 1895. They will be
assisted by Miss Mamie Sullivan, who
is well known in this county as a vo
calist of remarkable ability for one so
young. Admission, 60c.
On Nov. 27 and Dec. 11th, the Mis
souri Pacific railway will sell round
trip tickets to points in Texas, Arkan
sas and Louisana at one fare plus
$2.00. For particulars, maps, and etc.,
call on or address,
C. F. Stoutenborotjgji,
State Teachers' Association.
The Nebraska State Teachers' as
sociation will meet at Lincoln during
holiday week next month. A most
extensive program has been announced
for the session. Among the features
will be a paper by Dr. N. M. Butler,
president of the National Education
The Staccato Etude by Rubenstein
is a composition of exquisite beauty
and one that every person who hears
it enjoys. Rubenstein's music is al
ways appreciated by everyone. Mr.
Long's expression is wonderful. Be
sure and hear him Monday Dec. 2d at
the Presbyterian church. Admission
fifty cents. 1
4 Six O'clock Supper.
In connection with the Doll carnival
to be given by the King's Daughters
at Waterman hall, Thursday evening,
December 12, the ladies of the church
will serve supper and an excellent
menu is being prepared, which is char
acteristic of the Presbyterian ladies,
as all who attended their suppers In
the early spring will remember.
Dr. Marshall, Graduate DENT
IST, Fitzgerald block.
Lampn! Lampx! -
! Hennett & Tutt have just received a
'new supply of banquet, stand and
I hanging lamps of the very latest pat
Items and designs. They are beauti
ful. Call and look at them.
They have also been adding to their
already large stock of china and
queensware many new patterns.
A thirsty farmer tied his team in
front of Brigg's barber shop on Satur
day and went in search of something
to assuage his thirst. After the team
got tired of standing, one of them
laid down on the tongue, the result
being that the thirsty farmer will put
a new tongue in his buggy before he
If you want something new and
fresh in the way of evaporated fruits,
and want them cbeap, call at Ben
nett & Tutt's. They have fresh rais
ins, figs, currants, prunes, apricots,
peaches, cranberries, etc., all of the
crop of 1895.
One of the most attractive numbers
at Albert's concert will be the beauti
ful Hungarian "Rhapsodie" by Ernst.
Hungarian airs are always beautiful
and this is one of the very finest.
Tickets are now on sale at Lehnhoff's.
Reserved seats, 50c.
The B. & M. will sell round-trip
tickets to all points in Arkansas, In
dian Territory, Oklahoma and Texas
on Nov. 27, and Dec. 11, for one fare,
plus $2 . For further information in
quire at the ticket office.
W. L. Picket, Agent.
Farmers who expect soon to lay in
their winter's surrii of coal will
find that Ilenry Hempel is prepared to
fill all orders for the best quality at
lowest prices. Yard at the B. & M.
shop yards 38 tf
The Atlanta Kxpostuon.
For the above occasion the B. & M.
will sell round trio tickets for a rate of
$41.05 from Oct. 10 to Dec. 15, inclusive.
Final limit for return Jan. 7, 1896.
W. L. Pickett. Agent.
The Damrosch German Opera com
pany will be at Boyd's theatre D'ec. 26,
27 and 28. On these dates special
rates will be offered by the Missouri
PaciGc railway to Omaha for parties
wishing to attend these extraordinary
Urinjj in Your Wood.
Wood will be taken at this office in
payment of accounts due the Weekly
Subscribe for the Weekly Jour
nal $1 per year, if paid in advance.
Large and newest assortment of
French briar pipes in the city at Her
man Spies', 304 Main street. 4S-4
Leave your orders for job work with
The Journal, an artistic job guar
H.AM. R. It.
No. 2, dally ; 5:31, p.m.
No. 4, dally 10:29, a. m.
No. 10, from Schuyler except Sunday. 11:65, a.m.
No. 12, dally except Sunday 8:25. p. m.
No. 92, dally except Sunday 12:23. p. m.
No. 30, freight from Louisville 2:50, p. m
No. 3, dally 3:43, p. m.
No.5, dally.....' 7:27, a.m.
No.7, fast mall, dally ....2:12.p. m.
No. 9, to Schuyler, except Sunday... .4:00 p. m.
No. 11, dally 4:50, p.m.
No. 29, freight to Louisville 2:20,p . m.
M. H. K. R.
GOING NORTII: Leaven.
Passenger, No.1 ..4:50a.m.
No. 193 T ..5:03 p. m
Freight, No. 127 (daily exc'ptSunday) 3:35 p. m
Passenger. No. 2.... ln:43p. m.
No. 194 11:52 a. m.
Freight, No, 12ft (daily except Sunday )10:05 a. m
Union and Lincoln accommodation, No 3C3,
arrives 12:55; departs, No. 364, 4:00 p. in.
Cor. Sixth and Pearl Sts,,
KEEP EVERYTHING IN THEIR LINE.
GIVE GOOD WEIGHT,
TOOK CUSTOM IS SOLICITED
H. Q. LIVINGSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. .
Was bought before the Advance in Prices;
consequently our bargains in
Felt Boots, Overshoes, German Sox
And WARM GOODS cannot be beaten.
Come, jingle your money and see what we can do for you.
Heel-plates Free. Bring in your Repairing.
I Wouldn't Give Away Goods.
2 Neither do we not
what sense we are
We are in business to sell Goods 2
J II I A 1
xo sen uooa ijooas to sen uooas a little o
" Gooder " than anyone else keeps and
to sell Good Goods at a great deal closer I
margin than inferior goods.
If you have a good idea of the real
goodness of good goods, it will pay you
to be good to us and "gooder" to your- S
self by investigating our Goods.
o o o o o
Wm'. Neville & Co.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Pore Wines and Liquors
AND THE BEST CIGARS.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
MIL W AUKEE
Deliveries made to any part of the
city or shipped to anyplace.
... MANAGER, ...
412 Main Street, - Flattsmouth, Neb
TIIK OLD HKLIAI1LK
HAS PURCHASED THE
Sixth Street Checkered Barn.
AND WILL RUN IT IK
FIRST-CLASS S'l . "7.
Special attention to Funerals. Hacks be
un to all trains. "Promptness and Fidelity to
Customers" is his notm
Because our Win
ter stock of
so long as we retain
I II 1 1 t
04tt Q0& QQ
F. C. FRICKE & CO.,
Will keep constantly on hand r full and
complete stock of pure
nm m mm.
PAINTS, OILS, Etc.
Also a full line of Dragglst'ii Suurfrfei..
Pure liquors for rnediciual purposes.
Special attention given to
Messrs. F. G. FRICKE & CO.. arc the
only parties Belling our Alaska "Crystal
Spectacles and lye-Glasses
In Plattsmouth. These Lenses are far
superior to any other sold Inthiscitv,
possessing a natural transparency au'd
KtrengthinR qualities which will pre
serving the failing eyesight.
. MANUFACTURER OF
THE BEST 5c CIGAR MADE.
ALSO MAKER OF THE
" FL0R DE PEPPERBEEG,"
The Best Ten-cent Cigar Sold
on the Market.
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