Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, July 17, 1890, Image 1
(11 JWk 1 PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA, TIIUKDAY, JULY 17, 1890 $1.50 A YEAR. YOL. XXVI. NO. Itf. 0 The next annual meeting of the Ne braska Association of Trotting Horte . Breeders will be held at Fairbury, Neb., August 19th to 22nd, inclusive. The managers of this association are highly gratified at its growth and future proa pects. The primaries held in Hastings yester day resulted in the election ot anti-Laws delegations. The delegations will sup port the home man for congress, and Professor W. E. Andrews, of Hastings college for &tate superintendent of pub lic instruction. . Clerk. Campbell. IT D. A. Campbell has filled his bonds as clerk of the supreme court and librarian, and assumed the duties of his office yes terday. The bond as librarian is in the Bim of $10,000, and his sureties nreR. li. Windham, W. II Newell, Frank Carruth and J. W. Barnes. The security as re porter and clerk is the same amount as that of librarian, and'Bigned by John H. Becker, J. M. Patterson, C. II. Parmele and W. II. Newell mb sureties. Killed by a Base Ball. A Kearney special says that on last Sat urday a young man by the name of Clar ence Rice, living in the north part of this county, was struck in the temple by a bounding ball thrown by a fellow player. He made light of the injury but after playing twenty minutes fell uncon scious and died in half' an hour. The day was exceedingly hot, and it is thought the heat had as much as the blow to do with his death. He leaves a wife and two children. I. O. O. F. Reunion. The third annual reunion of Odd Fel lows of the states of Nebraska. lows, Kansas and Missouri will be h-ld in this city August 12th and IStli 1890 and the various committees to whom the work of preparations is referred report progress, and every indication poiuts to a grand and successful reunion. The local secre tary, L. E. Karnes, has mailed out today 400 invitations to Iowa and Missouri and 270 in Nebraska. The programme will appear in this paper in the near future. The Cass County Normal lustitut.; fo' '"" 1S00 will be held at Weeping Wati-r, August 18th to 30th. We are in receipt of information through the kindness of County Superintendtnt Noble to the ef fect that accommodation? will be ample for all teachers who may wish to attend, and at a less cost than it would be under the Chautauqua plan. Able instructors will be in charge and excellent work may be expected. In County Court. In the case of Wm. W. Hull vs. John S. Roberts, the C. B & Q. Co., garnishee was ordered to pay into court the sum of IT.S", due from garnishee to defendent. In case, Clarence E. Wescott vs Johu Hunsicker. the C. li & Q. railroad gar nishee, was ordered to pay into court the sura of $9.06 due from garnishee to de fen dent. The Caseof Citizen's Bank Platts mouth Street Railway Co., filed today, on promisory note and account stated. Answer day, August 4th, Byron Clark attorney for plaintiff. Police Court. As we go to press the preliminary ex amination of John E'.cdge n the charge of highway robbery is in progress before Judge Archer. D. O. lawyer for prosecution and Byron Clark defending. E. W. Potter, the post master at Elm Creek, Neb., says he has personal knowledge of several cases of rheuma tism, in that vicinity, that have been permanently cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm, after other remedies were used without benefit. He sold it at his drug store there lor five years and suys he never knew it to fail, that "any cus- . i, ,.r,f& nuts rliRmlirrlin's Pain - I IliJC ' 11V vai- - Balm will have nothing else instead." For sale by F. O. Fricke A Co. tf Squire John Martin and Charley Steele of Union are in the city on business tc- day. PERSONALS. Mlses Anna Livingstone aud Flora Donovan were passengers to Onutha today. Mr. Tarteh and Mw.Clias.HeiU and dainti er Mary Beitz were .Omaha passengers today. Hiss Kate Stadelmaun departed this moru iiR to visit with friendi in Nebraska City for several day. MiM Lizzie Fmzler went over to Gleowood this morning where Mie li empl cent in the Feeblo Minded Institute at a helper. Mr. Win. Holly and wife returned Monday iBornini? from their postponed ;bridal tour to Kacine and othr poiiils iu Wisconsin, and re part a highly erjoysible tl.oe. Mr. W. D. Jone- returned from Oicalia this morning and e ure pleased to note that he report Jirs. Da! Joiie much improved, an.l hope U now fLjertained cf hr ultimate recovery. A KIO FIRE AT MI S"EArOLI8. The Security Company' TVarhou llnrnn Loiim Nearly av Million. Minneapolis, July 16. The large .seven story warehouse of the Security company was entirely destroyed by fire, together With its contents. Spontaneous rombnstion was the cause. The upper Lours were filled with agricultural im plements and on the fourth floor were .jim ions of binding twine. A three-story i;;..ii building adjoining was crushed 1 .p falling walls. The building was b-iilr la.-t April and cost $50,000, on v : h e is 435,000 insurance. The t iiour was occupied as a thipr.ing :u. ilm i-econrl by orlicen, the third oy Win. DeHriii. company, the fourth tle Ai j'jetoii Manufacturing coni y. tbe fifth ;nid t-ixth by general jiud the frpventh by furniture. : i.:ai loss is $85;, 000, injured iufor- :i companies. 1 lil- Tnesilay'n Itithe It 1 1 Games. A M K KIT A .V Ar . 'I ATION. At Ptdumbrj!- i!ui!il-u-. 1'': Brooklyn,!!. A S:.. Lout M. lxini. ': :!iiiti'-K, 3. Ai Iomsvil - i.'ii-i. . ;..f . ;ti. : ;-;u-ue. 3. At 'I 'ihi- 'I f.ln-ii, (: iji:-titfU r, W. At Mlnnvar'di ":':..';''. At Milwtukfc-M.iw " iii".-. 10: -I I'aul. 6. i-. iX'Us'er, 0. I: .' k. -" i.iMai'i. . i r.t n-p.r t.... j-.t.r.i!". u. a: rti-k:yn h: --'R .? t... i -i t r-1 'irir. 2. i l'.t i, h.i. t ; ..li.. T: .'! i ku 11,2. Al Ne'.v York Hr-r i.ivii.?.: Cleveland, 6. NA lil.KAI. IA(H'L A ion i!rio:i. li: ("iivtland. 0. Al I' 'Ipiiia I'hiia'rhist, f: PittburR. . A: Nv .. i w Yt-ra, T; Cincinnati, ii. At Hnxifij I.- rTix-kiyii. 0: CliicaK", 1. A "r7.T I'lTiichiimn. P.kvts. July 1G. When President Car tjot was Hlout ti entfr Elysee palace on e'.rm from L')tr Champs, a man -..uiii near . by fcrt'.l a revolver into :. fir. He v.'ii? ri niplly arresled. ( j- '.i iicirijr tiiken t i The nearest police ...'..u l-.e snia he was? a chemist and the M.iinr of many invei.tions. Ke had 1 ii out of employment for so rue time. i-.r-'. '.vihed to attract ihe attention of ii e -i'.'ent and the public ro his case. j'm-, j. live say ti-e revolver was loaded wiiii I iniik cai tiid.es. !'.: li vir.k- f Cikl in Wyoming. a Wy o. . July 1 0 Phil .vU a:id S;ici D.ivi. lfi and 17 year . -:v-i. wu-i for so-ne week.'"- it,. ' in si :'. e ."!' I i' n-er wiir aI'.ss; r::n e luniini" cihitiis i t m a 'i i the f.fnious Jiuciioye i-'x: .i iv .-t" ncfire which assavs trmn A-j.ooo to S-M.o-m) per ton in free gold. Thi is tiie richest discovery ever made in the state, and the miners have started for the new hV-lds bv hundreds. Wii.KEsriARUE. Pa., July 16. Oscar Nicholson, a well-known lawyer here, w its held by the Unite 1 States commis sioner to answer for securing fraudulent jiffid.ivits in the case of John Heibisch, v. ho liel from the effects of an aault committed by fellow prisoners while in Wilk'-sbavre jail, but whose widow pro cured a pension on the ground that deatL resulted from injuries received during the war. International Cricket Match. Philadelphia, July 16. In the inter national cricket match the Canada eleren finished their first inninj; with 141 runs to their credit. They went in for their 6econd inning and were re tired for 97 runs, or a total of 23H for the game. 31 less than the United States team made in their first inning. Judgment Against the Klectrlc Sugar Co. New York, July Vd. James Moore, a5? assignee of the English investors in tilt fxndulent Electric Sugar company, was awarded judgment against J. II. Robertson and W. H. Cottrell, officers of the company, who induced the plain tiffs to invest in the concern. Stopped by the Authorities. Kfvosha, Wis., July l'. Th- C;ir-ney-Fitzgeraid fight did not come off as advertised. Tbe police had orders to stop the fight wherever they found it. This became known to the parties and no attempt was made to tight. It was postponed for two weeks. Capsized and Sunk. Ely, Vt., July 16. The steam tug Pearl was capsized and sunk fh Fair Lee pond during a severe storm, and Capt. Frank Brown, aged 33, was drowned. Several other boats were upset, but their occupants escaped. lies Moines' Club Disbands. DE3 Moines, July 16. The Des Moines Base Ball association, at a meet ing of the directors and stockholders of the club, decided to disband the club, and accordingly every member of the team was paid off and released. A Boodler Conies Back. New York, July 16. Ex-Alderman Chas. Dempsey, of the boodle board of 18S4. who has been sojourning in Cana da. apieared at the district attorney's office and was admitted to bail in the sum of $ 35,000. To Annal Naturalisation Papers. St. Louis, July 16. Suits to annul the records in 103 naturalization sa-es on the ground that the papers were ob tained fraudulently, are being pushed rapidly. Signal by Sioux City. Milwaukee, Wis., July 16. Hardie Henderson, the old Baltimore player and nntil recently an umpire in the Western assfciation, signed to pitch for the Sioux City club. Rlanders at Hannibal. Hannibal, Mo., July 16. Dr. Pave Papain cf Columbia has been tele graphed to coniehere to investigate two tvase of well defined glanders. NEW LIPR BILL. A Dozen Bottles or Five Gal lons of Liquor MAKE UP AN ORIGINAL PACKAGE. Tim Senate I'asnes the Kill Granting Land for a Soldier' Home In Washington Six llunlred and Thlrty-Sl New Clerks for the I'ension Otttoe. Washington, July 16. At a confer ence of the representatives of the liquor interests in this city with members of the house who are opposed to the pend ing original package bill, the following substitute was framed to be offered in the house by Mr. Adams of Illinois: Be it Enacted, etc., That it shall not be lawful to imiiort into any state cr territory from any other state or terri tory, or from the District of Columbia, any fermented, distilled or other intoxi cating liquors, except in one or more original package, as denned by this act. Sec. i. That for the purposes of thip act an original package of intoxicating liquor in Ixjttles 6hall be a case contain ing not less than one dozen bottles and an original package of liquor not in bottles shall contain not lees than five gallons. Provided, however, that an original package of liquor imported from any foreign nation shsll contain the quantity required by the laws re lating to dutiefr upon imports. Sfa . 3. It f-nall not be lawful to sell within any state or territory any intoxi cating liquor imported in such state or territory c.cept in the original package in which ti.e same has been imported and f-r.l-ject to the reasonable police reg ulation?" of such slate or territory regu lating fcuch liquor a.s a beverage. CONGHKSSIOXAI. I'llOCKKDINGS. :ite. Washing r. J.:ly 16 The senate passed the bill gran: ing land to the state of Washington U nuldiers'home. Al most The entire alxnoou was spent in the discussion f j: wposed amendment to the tnndry civil appropriation bill itifieiisintr ;i:e e '.-propria tion bill for ir rig;ri"T: r-'utveys f-t.r-I $300,000 to !00, 0i;. Without voiiog on the amendment the senate at 6 p. in. adjourned. House. The house spent the entire day in the discussion of a bill appropriating $636. li) for an additional force of 636 clerks i;i the 'pension office. It was used as the text of a discussion of the extra va gaiice of appropriations, the charges re-cei-'jy made against Commissioner iJaurli !!'. iT.- civil service question. The bill v;:s p; ssed and the house at 5:10 p. m. aujourue-TL Arrest of air Assassin. Washington, July 16. The depart ment of st.-.te is informed of the arrest 'of Mi .in- who assassinated the wife of Rev. ,john N. Wright, an American missionary in Saim, Persia, on the 1 tth ol May last. Minas was a teacher in the mission school and had just been dismis-ed from his place for improper conduct. The arrest of Minas was main lv due to the efficient action of the Brit ish onsul at TaHiz, Col. T. C. Stewart, before whom he will be brought for trial. Ilontl Purchases. Washington, Julv 16. The secretary of the treasury purchased $30,000 4 per cent, bonds at sfl.03. The department was advised of the s!v)inent of !;'5(i.0"0 worth of gold bars lroin New York, making $3,500,000 shipped abroad iu the past five days. A FeeI?r for tli' Santa Fe. Keokuk, la., July 16. C. R. Arnold, president of the Gjuincy, Keokuk and Chicago Railroad company, was in the city consulting with a committee of the Business Men's association. Mr. Arnold said that the toad would serve as a feeder for th Santa Fe, connecting with that line at Niota. Ills. Arrangements were made whereby the new road may use the Keokuk and Hamilton bridge across the Mississippi. The road asks $50,000 in stock from Keokuk, which is not to b paid nntil tnrough trains are running from Quiucy to Chicago, via the proposed road and the Santa Fe. A considerable portion of the stock is al ready subscribed, and responsible per sons "have promised that the balance will be taken. The Louisville and Dayton. Columbus, Ind., July 16. Articles of incorporation were signed by capitalists at Louisville, New Albany, this city and Richmond for a new railroad. The line is to run from Louisville over the new bridge via Albany, thence in a northerly direction through the coun ties of Clark, Scott, Jackson and into Bartholomew, thence.northeast to Rich mond aud on to Dayton. O. The lin" will lie 140 miles in length, and willb known as the Louisville, Richmond and Dayton; capital stock, $4,000,000. From I'aducah to Paris. Paducaii, Ky., July 16. Track-laying on the Paducah, Tennessee and Ala bama railroad, which is to be finished from here to Paris, Tenn., by Jan. 1, is moving along well. It is fully expected to have tiity-five miles of the read ready for service by Sept. 30. Seven hundred men are at work on the road. Gobbled by the Cracker Trust. Dubuque, la., July 16. The J. P. Farley and the Alber cracker factories, of this city, have been purchased by the American Biscuit company, which, with a capital of f 10,000,000, owns or con trols all the cracker factories between Chicajro and Denver and from St. Paul to New Orleans. The present manager will be retained. . An Orcanlzed Gang of Train Robbers. Green Bay, Wis., July 16. For sev eral months an organized gang of thieves has Ik-en robbing freights of their merchandise at Fort Harvard, Wis. Detectives have been put on the case, but it was not until Tuesd ly that th-y were able to obtain any clew. In their search they had their sus picions directed towards a house in a tough portion of the town. They forced an entrance ami found packages and boxes of the stolen goods which will amount to about $l,OoO. The Chicago and Northwestern railway have been th- lowers, and they have identified the goods. The gang have been put under arrest. prcKUIcnt Hnrli Srrkiiii Hail. New Yo:ck, July li. President Ed wsiid Morton, oi the hew Yoik Export Liaubt-r company, who was ;.i'i-ste 1 iu a M;t oy thy Western National bank in volving Jf iJ.'Jo;), has not yet procured bail. ' Kditors Sued. New York. July 10. Tre Granite State Provident association has beguu suit for $30,000 damage against several New York and Brooklyn editors urA reporters for causing article ; injurious the association to be. published. MuguiAcewt Gift for Kalamazoo. Kalamazoo, Mich., July 16. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. VaiiD.-usen of this city have prese: ited this city with $50,000 for a public library building. The city voted $150,000 for a site and work on the building will soon begin. Aid for Astronomers. Boston, July 10. Professor Edward C. Pickering, director of the Harvard astronomical observatory, announces that Miss C. W. Bruce has given $6,000 to aid in astronomical research during the present year. Banks. B a ak o f 6a s s Co itat y Cor .Main and Fifth street. Paid up capital -?50 ooo Surplus -5 000 O. H. Parne'.e President Fred lioruer . Vice President .1. M. Patterson Caslieir J as Patterson, Jr. Asst Cashier DIRECTORS C. II. Parmele, J. M. Patterson, Fred Gorder, A. 15 Smith, li. B. Windham, 1J. S. Kaiusey and Jas Patterson Jr. A GENERAL UAHZ1NC BUSINESS TR A. USA TED Accounts solicited, i merest allowed on time deposit ami prompt ;irt -u: iotigiven to all bus iness encrusted to its care. First National BANK OF PLATTSMOUTH. SEBKASKA Offers the verv best facilities for the prompt transactioa of liyitimate Hanking: Business Stocks, bonds, gold, government and local se curities bought Mid sold. Deposits received and interest allowed on the certificates Drafts drawu, available in any part of the United States and all the principal towns of Europe. COLLECTIONS MADK AND I'KOMPTLY KEMIT TF.lt. Highest market p'ice pid lor County War rants, State aim County bonoe. DIRECTORS John Fitzgerald D. Hawksworth John K. Clark F. E. White (ieorge E. Dovey John ritzgmld. S. Waugh, President Cafhier, The Citizens BANK PLATTSMOUTH - NEBRASKA Cayital stock paid in $50 000 Authorized Capital, $IOOfOOO. OFFICERS FRANK CAKRUTH. JOS. A. CONNOrt. President. Vie-Presi iet t w. n. Cl'SHIN'i. Cashier. OJREOTOBl Frank Carruth J. A. Connor, F. K. Guthji am J W. Johnson, Henry Boeck, John O'Keefe W. D. M-rriam. Win. Wetencamp, AV. H. dishing. Transact" r. ccnerHl 'i;.nkiriir business. 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