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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1884)
FRANK H. WILSON,
Firo, Tornado and Cyclone Insurance,
Office, Basement of Dunk of Cass Couuty,
PLATTSMOUTH, : NEBRASKA
Queen Insurance Company, of Liverpool.
Washington Fire and Murine Insurance Co., of IJoston.
Commercial Union Assurance Company, of London.
Western Assurance Company, of Toronto, Ont.
THE POLITICAL NEWS.
Total losses paid bince organization,
$ 4.500 000
A Great Day for the Chicago
Reliable Insurance Careful Underwriting and prompt attention
Western Assurance Co,
, M. Smith, J. J. Kenny, A. W. Douu,
president. Managing Lur. Supt. AjM-ucies.
t'KlTUU HTATia TBIHTKKM.
Win.H.Cuioii.of Williams & Guion. (Onion
Steamship Line.) New ork.
Win. A. Booth, President third National
Arthur B. Graves, President St. Nicholas
.W. Ilayea. General Agent, Milwaukee, WU
UNITED STATES BRANCH.
United States percent reg.fter-
United States 4 per cent registered
New "York Central & Hudson Klver
Georgia State Bonds
Cash deposited in State of Miisio-
Cash iu Hank .
Premiums iucourne of collection..
LIABILITIES. 3 934.017.62
Ke-Insurance reserve S i."h;,);c.31
i ... k ii.':t
U 11 imiU iw.r.i - " ...... r. , - o ...
Other liabilities 20,411.35 S r,j.4j3.8!
Surplus in United States
rremium Receipts lu United Stat on, , 1871 .to
1883, inclusive, jo,u0j,-o.jj
Total Fire losses, paid in United SttoH,l74 to
1883, inclusive 3,J'J3,o3o.t9
ISAAC SWEKTSKK. A. W. DAMOK.
President. ; Secretary.
.FRANK E. SWEETSER. Vice-Prisldeat.
ire and Marine Insurance Company
STATEMENT, JAN. 1,1884.
lt:mk Mtni'ks S IM .648.87
City of Boston Bonds 133.600,00
uuueu states hu.bbj.du
Railroad Stocks and Bonds, 4io,G-'3,oo
Boston Gas-Light Co.Stock. 6,500,00
Loans on mortgage, m,ww,uu
Marine Premium Notes 35.83,7a
t-ii-mi.:iiw in course of Col't'n 1)4.712.1321
Cash on hand H3,4'jt).05fi
Losses r 'ported supposed? 1 13, 442,00
Reserved for Reinsurance, on,2i!)-3o
All other Liabilities, iii.o7l.32
Gross Li anilities, except Capital $395,282.62
Surplus as regards Tullcy-holders, $i.S!00,2G7.72
raiu-up j. .-puai
174 Ln SALLE STREET, CHICAGO
FRED. S. JAMES, General Aeent.
Semi-annual statement of the United States
krauch ou the31t dav of December,
JOSEPH M. ROGERS, Manager Weetern De
partment, Chicago, 111.
Assets in the United States.
Cash Items , v
Real Estate, Unincumbered ?
United States Bonds Vi
Otner Securities , f, tk
Other Items 24,t4i55
' 1,752,207 S'J
Liabilities in the United States.
Losses Unadjusted and
In Suspense $138.034 20
AU other Claims against
the Company 4.06 '
Amount necessary to re
insure all outstanding
risks 770,072 42
Met surplus In United
Bales ' J 1,752,207 89
.T.i c .... i tTnifnl Sf-f09 1J( !M
Losses paid e'.nce Organizatiou s.Dtxi.i); ou
UNITED STATES BRANCH:
37 and 39 Wall Street, - NEW YORK CITY
ALfRKD PkiJi Resident Manager.
CiiAs. Skwall, Assistant Manager.
157 and 159 LaSalle St., - - CHICAGO, ILL.
C. F. Mullins. Resident Secretary.
UNITED STATES BRANCH
STATEMENT JAN. ISt, 1881.
Reoerve for total liabilities, includ-
ii.g re-inuraiice in United States $1,337,134 24
Net cSurplus January 1st, 164 tfao.501 8C
Assets held in the United States... S2,327,63ti 04
Expenditures. 1883 lui.lJ) t'8
Surplus Income lu TJ. S.. 1883 184,814 47
Total losses paid uy this Company
since organization 3..7ir,6- oo
All losses in the Western Department paid
promptlv through tho Brauch Oflice, 157 & 139
LiiSalle "St.. Chicago. m , ,
I II I 111
ALE, WINES BEER AND CIGARS,-
Old Kentucky Whiskies,
IMPORTED , m
ST- LOUIS beer;
drug's Omaha Beer
Always on dranglit.
ALWAYS IN STOCK, ATf
Tfl IT . T A
r-m -mission vxercna,xiu,
A N D
Eligiiest (Dsssli price paid for
A, .nescellod line of FLO OK .la stock, corner 6
Main Street,, opposite First ut,on.l Ban..
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBSAC3. A
THK OLD WORLD.
Marseilles, July 15. Thirty
deaths here last night.
Toulon, July 15. Thirteen deaths
last night. The disease is increalng
Dublin, July 15. James E. French,
director of the detective department ot
the royal Irish constabulary, connected
nil riBf? haa been &r-
rested on a charge of felonious prac
tices. Three military ffieera impli
cated have fled.!
I Paris. July 15. Mhe report that the
cholera haa made its appearance at
Lyons is denied.
The senate passed the credit voted by
the chamber for the relief of the chol
era sufferers and the suppression of the
Berlin, July 15. The French em
bassador here is instructed to express
to the German government the regret
of his government at the action of the
Aieation students, who tore down and
bwncd the German flags at the Hotel
ol "Puriq. and state that OW-
f a. '
ing to the quickness with which the
incident happened the police were un
able to interfere. The newspapers of
Berlin urge the government to dtma-d
reparation and puuisbment f the stu
dents. Paris, July 15. Prince Hoheulope,
the German ambassador, called at the
Fr.ro! mi nPRrtK tndav to COnaul OU the
subiect of the iusult offered to the
Washington, July 15. Gen. B. F.
Butler arrived here this morning, and
was interciewed by a Star reporter.
He positively refused to discuss his
attitude or intimate his future course,
lie said the latter is his subject tor
consideration and when he gives it
the careful consideration it merits, ne
will declare himself over his own sig
nature in no unmistakable terms. He
denounces in a wholesale way any and
all expressions or declarations pur
porting to have come from him as ut
terlj false "
BACES AT CHICAGO.
Chicago, July 15. This was the 9th
and closing iay of the Chicago driving
park summer trotting meeting. Th
Hvents on the card for the day were the
conclusion of the 2:27 race, in which
six heats were trotted yesterday, and
the race open to all trotters. On tho
last day of August, 1816, at Hartford,
Smuggler trotted a mile in 2:lb4 and
from that day to thi3 that
figure has stood as the best record for
a stallion. For years all the great trot
ting stallions have been shooting at this
mark and their fame and value have
gone np in the ratio of their approach
to it. Last season Phalais trotted it in
2:15 and it was admitted to be but a
question of time when he would oblit
erf. .mnir(Tlir nerforuiiuce. luat
" . DC
time came today, when this great son ot
Dictator and Betsey Trotwood trotted
a full mile in 2 :13Mt in the fourth neat,
after having won the two preceding
heats on very fast time, thus beating
Smuggler's record one and a half sec
onds. This is not ouly the fastest stal
lion time, but the fastest fourth Leat
ever trotted by any animal. The first
quarter was trotted in 33 ecco-ndd,
the half in 1:07. the three-quarters m
1-.40J. The first and second quarters
ware trotted at a 2:15 gait, the third at
the rate of 2:12 and the last quarter at
the rate of 2:13.
New York, July 15. A republican
mass meeang called to ratify the nomi
nation of Blaine and Logan was held
tonight at the Grand opera house, 8th
avenue and 23d street. There was a
crowd of several hundred people about
the doors as early as 7 o'clock, and in
less than five minutes after access to
the hall was obtained every seat was
dlled and alittie later erery available
foot of space in the vast auditorium
was occupied. The stage was tasteful
ly draped with flags and bunting and
on aither side were hung portraits of
the candidates. The audience was en
thusiastic from the beginning, and as
the prominent republicans who took
their place on the platform were recog
nized they were lustily cheered
Among some of the more prominent
persons present were John A. btewari,
Jehn Jay, Judge Noah Davis, Governor
Cornell, Senator Warner Miller, Geo.
Bliss. Elliott F. Shepherd, John C. Fre
moat, Horace Russell, Edward Mitch
ell. ex-Postmaster General Thomas L.
James. Charles A. Peabody, jr., Dexter
A. Hawkins, Col. Spencer and Win.
Rochester. July 15. Hon. William
1 FaroeU, editor of the Union, was grant
ed leave of absence until after Novem
ber, at his own request, because ne
lys he cannot, with service to the
party, credit to the paper, or honor to
himself, conduct the Union during the
present political campaign. He has
also sent his resignation as candidate
far presidential elector to Chairman
Mauning, of the democratic state committee.
Johnson & Co.. of Council Bluffs
hnn opened out a first class laundry
on lower Main street, where they are
prepared to do all Kinus ei nne worn
in that line. A trial of their work is
Until further notice I can bring im -migrants
from Eneland or Ireland to
Viattsmouth for S35.00. This is a rare
chance, and those intending to send for
their relations snouiu einurace mis ia
108tf M. O'Dokoboh.
Trvthe Banana nlu chewine to
bacco, it is by far the lineBt plug chew
ing made, Matt Schlegel sells it. ltf
Spearhead tobacco is all the go new.
All chewers seem to be anxious to get
that farm, which will be given away
in June next. Call at Matt Schlegel's
for a circular. ltf
E W. COOK. M. D.
Physician and Scrgeon,
OFFICE At Fisher's Duca Stork,
GEO. S. SMITH,
ATTORNEY at law.
Courts of the State.
PLATTSMOUTH, - MK1SKASKA.
W. Will practice In all
Oillce in Eitzgerid Block.
A. N. Sullivan.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will give prompt
attention to all business intrusted to mem. wi
nce In Union Block, East side.
rLATTSMOUTU - NEHBASKA.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Basement of Bank of Cass County.
Oobnrb Sixth and Main Streets.
Particular attention glved to the preparation
of papers for Caveats, I'atentB and Registration
Justice of tli e peace.
Elm wood Neb.
Collections a specialty and gives
prompt attention. P. O. address Elm
ATTORNEY AT LAW St NOTARY PUBLIC.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to and from Europe.
OU. W. II. CH1LUKECUT,
Office, Coiner Mam and 7th Streets.,
PLATTSaiOUTH, . - - - - - NEBRASKA.
PHYSICIAN & BURGEON.
mrvi r nniTRS. from 10 a. m.. to 2 v. m.
Examinee Surgeon for U. S. Tension
OR. H. MlLIiKH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Can bo found by calling at his office, corner 7th
and .Main Mrcets, m J. li. waterman o uuuac.
JAt. . MATUEWM
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
omce over Baker & Atwood's store, south side
ol Alain between oiu auu tiu sueew. -tin
MTKODE A CIiAKK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in all
the Courts iu the State.
District Atturney and JXotartt Public.
M'lliL S. WIK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire lu
urance and Collection Agency. Office Union
block Plattsmouth Nebraska. 22m3
O. II. WHF.ELKB A CO.
LAW Or r lur., Iteai jmiate, ire auu uiciii-..,.-.noa
a rronta vi w ttniouth. Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete auu trite i
ot titles. Buy and sell real estate, negDtiate
loans. &c. io
JAMES K. JIUKKISOIV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. WiUpraetlceinCass
and adjoining Counties ; gives special attention
to collections and abstracts oi tine, umca in
Sherwood Block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
HOBKKT B. WISPHAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Carruth's Jewelry Store.
Plattsmouth . - Nebraska.
M. A. HARTIGAN,
Ja A W Y E K
FlTZGERALD'8 BLOCK. PLATT3MOUTH NEB
Prom ot and careful attention to a general
DC. Am AIiISBTJKV.
me. nrcrSmlth 'Rla.-.k a Co's. Dm? Store.
First class dentistry at reasonable prices. 231y I
Dr. C. A. Marshall1
..Successor to Clutter & Marshall,)
E2 3ES HI T I S TP !
Preservation of natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain ly use of
All work warranttd. Prices reasonable
Fttzgkxald Block. - Plattsmouth JJ
PL) ATT9MOUTH, - - - NEB.
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