Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, April 21, 1892, Image 8

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Tho O. D. C Give a Farewell
to Dora f'ricko.
The World s Fal Cmmls oners
Htfla an Interesting Maeting
Yesterday - Other Notes
(A out the City.
Tin; (). I). C. gave another one of
their pleasant parties last night lit
Rock wood hall. The party being in
lion r of Miss Dora Fricke, who
leaves to night for a visit in (ier
uiany. On account of the weather
there was not as large a crowd pres
ent as UHiial, although everything
pass d oil in a pleasant inunner.
Following nre those in attendanc:
Mr. and .Mrs Sam Patterson, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Coursey, Maggie
Oliver, Janet Livingston, Bertha
Wise, Dora Fricke, Nannie Moore.
Klhi Wripht, Maud Vivian, Mamie
Gibson, Delia Tartsch, Mnry Stiles,
Amelia Vallery, Georgia Oliver,
Kattie Wharton, Dollie Walker, Net
tie Ballaucc, Mae Dutton, Kiln
Clark, Clara (Ireen, Lucile Simpson;
Hiss I'litnain, Will Stadelman,
Will ClenientB, Chan. Murphy, Chas.
Sherman, Frank Johnson, Logan
Brown, John Schulhotf, Kobt. C ro
sier, Chan. Vallery, Kd Schulhoff,
Arch Coleman, Al I'errine, Chas.
Kichey, John Laugston, Kinil Wurl,
Harry (Ireen, Tot Hartigan,of Hast
ings, and Bert Wheller, of Omaha.
World's Fair Commissioners.
The world's fair commissioners
eld a meeting in Omaha yesterday,
luring which plans were accepted
for the Nebraska building at
A resolution was presented and
adopted requiring the successful
architect to furnish an acceptable
bond that the building would not
cost over $15,000, the amount which
the commissioners had appropri
ated for building purposes.
The plans, as submitted by
Jlenry Voss, provide for a two-story
building, built in the old colonial
Myle, with porticos front und rear,
the front portico to be supported by
four Corinthian columns, sur
mounted by u gable bearing in
ornamental scroll the name
The first story provides for an ex
hibition hall K)x5K) feet, postoflice,
check room, commissioners' oflice,
commissioner general's private
office and reception and toilet
The second story provides for an
exhibition space of the same dimen
sions as on the lower floor, together
with smoking and reading rooms
for gentlemen and sitting mid
toilet rooms for ladies.
The building, in conformity with
other world's fair buildings, will be
finished on the outside in stofT or
artificial stone, this being the
cheapest and at the same time the
most effective finish.
Yesterday the two new men up-,
glinted by Governor Boyd took
their seats. The commission pro-'
ceeded to the election of a president
and n secretary. A.J.Sawyer ami
Charl.'s A. Coe were placed in nom
ination and on the second ballot
Coe was elected. A. 11. Gale of Bas
set was elected secretary.
The by-laws governing vhe action
of the commission were taken up
and given a thorough, revision.
The following committees wore
then appointed:
Auditing- A. J. Sawyer.
Printing and advertising Seth
Building Weiss, Stewart and
, Commissioner Garneau brought
few communications before the
commission which he had received.
ie asked that the recommended
appropriation for the horti Milturiil
department be increased from $.".li()
t !fH,000. The commission con
curred in the request.
Commissioner Garneau also pir
A'tited a communication from sev
eral ladies, asking that a ladies'
board be created to look after the
interests of the women's exhibit.
The whole matter was left in the
bands of the commissioner genera'.
The discussion of plans for the
Nebraska building was then taken
up. Architects Brogge of Grand
Inland, Brobook of Kearney, Woods
of Lincoln and Henry Voss of Omi .
ha were present and exhibited the
designs which they had prepared.
K.ich architect was given fifteen
auimites to explain his plans. The
caw of the different designs aver
aged $15,0U. After the architects
fuushed, the commissioners delayed
ilurir decision for an evening ses-
Gvu. Houscworthnnd W. L'. Wells
I'H this morning for Falls City, as
delgates to attend the district con
vent Sou. which meet.' there this
NehawkaNews Notes,
Mr. F.Ii l'itman is in Omaha today
with a load of fat cattle.
McBride and Parmer have shipped
12" car loads of hogs from this point
since last December.
Mrs. IS. A. Kirkpatrick has re
turned from St. Joe where she has
been visiting her son.
A heavy rain and hail storm to
the north and west last evening is
reported here, causing a rise in the
Weeping Water today.
The new stone crusher at the
quan i s started up Saturday and
has been rattling away day and
night ever since. It is said to work
like a charm.
Kev, Williams the Methodist min
ister has resigned his charge here
and is moving to Lincoln having
accepted a position as clerk in one
of the large manufacturing estab
lishments of the capitol city.
The business of laying lown side
walks and planting of trees around
over our city goes grandly and glo
riously on. Thanks are particular
ly due Messrs McBride and Sturm
for the former and Hon. Lawson
Sheldon for the second.
The band boys have received
their new instruments and are tak
ing regular lessons semi-weekly.
Moreover every fellow essay b to
toot his horn at all opportune as
well is inopportune hours in the
day and the night. Practice makes
The special train from I'latts
inouth to Weepiii'f Weter on Satur
day was emphaticcally the righ
thing at the right time. Delegates
and others visiting the convention
report a good time ami eloquent
speaking Hurrah for Harrison.
County Court.
William Caygill vs. John Beck et
al. Dismissed on motion of plaintiff
at plaintiff's cost.
In the matter of the estate of Wil
helmina Krampenn. Hearing final
settlement, May 10, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Catherine J. Ruby, de
ceased. Petition filed for probate
of name and for letters testamen
tary to George S. Ruby, executor.
Julius II. Langhorst vs. Spice D.
Ells. Suit for $.'WX) commission on
sale of farat. Trial to jury and ver
dict for plaintiff for $300.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Allie V. Roberts, de
ceased. Petition for probate of
same and letters testamentary to
J. M Roberts, J. W. Johnson and T.
M.Howard. Hearing, May 9, lOa.rr.
C. II. McCormick & Co. vs. V. H.
Beck et ul. Action in reviver of
judgment in the sum of $274.3.
In the matter of the estate of
Catherine J. Ruby, deceased.
Notice to creditors to file claims on
or before October 21, 10 a. in.
C. H. McCormick & Co. vs. W. II.
Beck et al. Action to revive judg
ment in the sum of $201.25.
In the matter of theestateof Allie
V. Roberts, deceased. Notice to
creditors to file claims ou or before
October 21, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of James Helmau de
ceased. Hearing on petition to ad
mit same to probate and letters test
amentary to Sinlda Helmau execu
trix. Prayer of petition granted
and bond fixed at $1,XX.
In the matter of theestateof Har
riett Burns deceased. Petition filed
for appointment of Alfred W.
White administrator. Hcurinir Mar
0th at 10 a. m.
The State Industrial School.
Church Sitzman, of Plattsniouth,
Neb., who has been visitiuir his
three sons at the Industrial school
for a day or two returned home this
morning via the B. ilt M. Mr. Sitz
man, in conversation with a Hub
reporter, spoke in very complimen
tary terms of the good management
of the school. He was glad to see
that his sons were being so well
cared for, and he could notice a
great change in their manners and
conduct. Hewasgrertly impressed
with the religious services that were
held yesterday in the institution.
IS very inmate seemed to be
greatly interested in the services
and much enthusiasm was mani
fested throughout the entire meet
ing. Kearney Bub.
For millinery and pattern hats or
anything in the line of ribbons,
flowers of the latest styles and de
signs, call on the Tucker Sisters in
Pie Sherwood block. tf,
Our three home insurance com
panies located in Nebraska wrote
last year 23 per cent of the total fire
insurance for the state as against
75 per cent written by over one bun
dred eastern companies doing bus
iness in Nebraska. This Knows
that the people hive confidence in
home companies and are disposed
to keep their money at home, in
stead of sending it east and contin
na'ly draining the money from the
west, and making it scarce and
hard to get. even ut a high rate of
Insure in the home lire of Omaha
the leading state company.
Guthrie the Scene of the Only
Marked Disturbance.
What Was Lately a Wilderness Is
Now a Place of Much Bustle
and Activity Descrip
tion of the
The Cheyenne and Arapahoe res
ervations were opened, according to
President Harrison's proclamation,
for settlement yesterday. Follow
ing is a partial account:
Promptly at high noon Governor
Seay, stationed in the watch tower
of Kl Reno, dropped the signal flag
and the battery belched forth a peal
of thunder, glorious news to the
waitiug throngs, and the wild race
began. How they did go through
the pouring rain, up hill and down
hill, through the little rivulets that
threatened to be torreut9 before
night. No trouble of any sort, no
disturbances, occurred ou the line
of the opening. About 6,000 people
made the race from west of El
Reno, as many from KingMsher, 7,000
from the line of the Wichita reser
vation west of Minco, 3,000 'from
Rover, as many front Ilennessy and
ibout as maay as all of these in
small squads all along the line
from the Cherokee strip, on the
north, the Pan Handle of Texas on
the west, and the Kiowa Indian res
ervation on the south.
A special train over the Choctaw
road from Oklahoma dumped a
load at the Rock Island crossing a
few moments after noon. The
crowd from Kl Reno, which had a
town organization completed,
reached the land at the same time.
The site was black with men within
half an hour after the opening.
It was a lucky thing for many
boomers that the wait on the bor
der ended to day. They had gone
to the front with scant supplies and
stood it as long as they could.
Around the border of county It yes
terday men went, gun in hand, de
manding that those who had pro
visions should sell them. A light
rain falling when the start was
made deprived the sctne of a pic
turesque character, but it did not
damper enthusiasm.
A riot occured in front of the
Oklahoma City land office at the
hour of opening to-day, and n num
ber of people were injured. At 12
o'clock Register Leach announced
that no lines! would be recognized,
and the first person to get in the
door would have the first tiling und
others in mccession as they arrived.
This precipitated a wild rush and in
a few moments hundreds of men
and women-were engaged in a dis
graceful scramble, lighting, pulling
and trampling on each other, and
for a time it seemed as though
many would be killed. One man
was struck on the head with a revol
ver and badly injured, but he re
mained in the ring and got the
eleventh filing. He had been third
in the line, but sold his place for
$-iJ this morning.
Miss Carrie Sorenson, a clerk in the
United States land office here was
in the crush and by the aid of a
couple of friends succeeded in get
ting a filing on the quarter section
of land adjoining Arapahoe, the
county seat of G county, on the
north. She says her experience in
the crush was a terrible one, and
will be long remembered. On every
side men were pulling, hauling
swearing, striking and nobody was
respected. She was pulled and
pushed and crowded until almost
ready to faint, but escaped without
injury. A woman near her had her
clothes torn to pieces. One man had
his head cut open with a blow
from a revolver and blood spurted
over everybody near him. The win
dows of the land office were smashed
in and other damage done.
The area of the Cheyenne and
Arapahoe reservation, opened to
day, is much larger than is general
ly supposed. It would make two
Oklahomas or five Rhode
contains 4,000,000 acres. After the
Indian allotments are taken out,
there will remain 3-n 10.000 acres, or
enough to give 'M) acres each to
22,000 settlers outside the townsites.
The best lands have been taken by
the Indians and many of the boom
ers will be sorely disappointed in
the character of their lands when
they attempt to cultivate it.
The promptness ami certainty of
its cures have nude Chamberlain's
cough remedy famous, it is intend
ed especially for coughs; colds,
croup and whooping cough, and is
the most effectual remedy known
for these diseases. .TO cents bostles
forsal by F. G. Fricke.
Wanted: An energetic man to
manage branch oflice. Only a few
dollars needed. Salary to start $7Ti
per month and interest in business
The Western Co.. Kansas City, Mo.
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3 Two Nice Shirts.
Send all Postal Cards
JOE, The One
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892.
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
OpeiaHouse Comer, IFlattxno-ultli,
Mrs. 13. X. Loverin went up to
Omaha this morning.
Mrs. Frank Carruth was an Oma
ha passenger this morning.
Railroad Cough Cure is the true
Antidote for Throat and Lung
Troubles. Fully warranted at
Brown & Barrett's and O. II. Sny
der's. Mrs. L. F. Itrittaud daughter were
Omaha passengers this morning.
Mrs. J. I. Unruh and children went
up to Omaha this morning for a
visit with relatives.
Capt.II. K. Talmer passed through
the city this morning ou No. 3 on
his way home from Cincinatti.
Lost An open-faced silver
watch, between Main street and my
home. The finder will please leave
at TllK HEKALD oflice and receive
reward. K. Kt.I.NK.
Mrs. V. A. Swearingen departed
this morning for Flmwood, where
she will visit for a couple of weeks.
C. C. Parmele and J. M. Craig left
for the western part of the state this
morning to be gone two or three
Miss Dora Fricke and Miss Kda
Wiggenhorn will leave on the Oyer
this evening for Germany, to be
gone about one year.
Kail-Koad Pain Cure has no equal
as a Fain Killer. Use for all bodily
Cains and soreness. Guaranteed
y Brown & Barrett and O. II Sny
der. A soarring match will be given
at the opera house between Jeffer
son and Cal Walton Wednesday
evening April 27.
Kev. Falk, formerly of this city
but now of Stransburg, Neb., is in
the city and will preach at the
SW'edish church to-morrow even
ing at 8 o'clock, to which every one
is invited to attend.
The Second Performance.
The opera "Neta" was presented
at the opera house for the second
time last evening to a fairly filled
house. The different characters
were well executed. The tableaux
were all well executed and every
body was well pleased with the per
formance. The school library will
now be able ti lay in a good sup
ply of books. j
The republican congressional
convention meets at FallsCity, April
'Jo. The M. I, makes one fair and
third for round trip, limit of certifi
cates April 2.3. Leave Plattsinouth
at 10:.Via. hi. and goes direct to Falls
X lTLilMUJlilVlLl,
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U. S. Postal
Every word must be written with pen and ink.
Every word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must be written in sensible sentences.
Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
According to the census of 1H90,
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of l,09S,a70 people, as tho
eighth largest city ou the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons find homes, and,
when we do, we can find no better
line than the "Burlington Koute."
Three fast and comfortable trains
daily. For further information ad
dress the agent of the company at
this place, or write to J. Francis,
General Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
Cood Looks.
Good looks are more than skit
deej), deqending upon a healthy
condition of all the vital organs
If the Liver be inactive' you have
a Bilious Look, if your stomach
be alTeeted you have a Dyspeptic
Look and if hour Kidneys be effected
yov will have a Pinched Look. S
curs good health and you will have
good looks, FMectric flitters is th
great alterctive and Tonic ncU
directly on those vital organs
Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and
gives a good complexion. Sold at
F. G. Fricke & Co's Drugstore, 30c
per bottle:
Taaor Liquor Core.
To those seeking a rescue from
liquors curse or other evil habits
brought about by morphine, tobac
co etc. The Knsor Institute at South
Omaha otTersone of the most relia
ble and best places to go with the
absolute certainty of a permanent
cure. Write or visit the institute.
Hot Springs. A-k -Carlsbad of
On April 0th, 7th and 8th the M.
I. will sell round trip tickets to Hot
Springs, Ark., at one lowest first
class fare, good returning until
June 10th, on account of govern
ment sale of lots and meeting
of the Southern Central Turnverin
Association. Call at oflice for par
ticulars. The wisdom of him who journey,
eth is known by the line he selects;
the judgment of the man who takes
the "Burlington Koute" to the
cities of the east, the south, and the
west, is never impeached. The in
ference is plain. Magnificent Pull
man sleepers, elegant reclining
chair cars and world-famous dining
cars on all through trains. For
information address the agent of
the company at this place, or write
to J. Francis, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent. Omaha.
Wall Paper
House Paint
Is what you want next and in
this line as In all others we are
Headquarters. When you want
either of these call in and see
us before buying.
mmuxaroy & Missouri mrsf r
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Corresdondence Solicited.
Oflice in Uuion Bh,"
Money to Loan.
The Livingston Loan &. Bij?1.
association will hold their rJlT
monthly meeting Thursday 1"
ning, April 21.
H IlE.NRY R. GEK1XC. See'v.
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A Sensible Man.
Would use Kemp's balsam for.
throat and lungs, it is curinc j '
miMia rnn irlm .-Atria nulli..,..
chitts. rrnun and ull ihrnmi V
lung troubles, than any otherrVTi
edy. The proprietor has aXitho
ized any druggist to give you a san
pie bottle free ti convince you o
the merit of this great reined'
Large bottles .TOc and $1.
Subscribe for The Plattsmol'H
Daily Herald at 1.) cents a week,
I feel it my duty to say nft-
words in regard to lily's Creai
Balm, and I do so entirely withon
solicitation. I have used it mot
i nave used it mm
year, and have L
t admirable. Il ,
catarrh of the f
e I was a littleV
or less half a year, and have
it to be most ac
suffered from cats
kind ever since
ut-wl I ncviir lt.n..,l t t '
Cream Balm seems to do even tha
Many of my acquaintances hav
used it witu excellnnt results.
Oscar Ostum, 4." Warren Ave., CI
cago HI.
Some Foollch People
- - . sii't'va jwi I lilt. in
auow a cougli to run until it get
beyond the reach of medicine The
say. "Oh, it will wear away," but '
most cases it wears them awa
Could they be induced to try t
successful Kemp's Balsam, whi
is sold oh a positive guarantee
cure, they would see the entelle
effect after takincr th fir.ihi..
Price 50c and i. Trial ;. f.r
all druggists. T
Irena for the Complexion"
morea Pimples, Blackhlads, an-, 1
Facinl KlHinfali U'r..,,.i.V
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