The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, May 17, 1892, Image 4

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    "-'
1
1
ll
I
i
i
t '
l
1
i
TRAIN MEN MEET DEATH.
The Boiler of Engine 178 Ex
ploded, Resulting Fatally.
THEN E W ItOA KIS KI It!ST M EETING
Tho Standing Committees For U e
Ensuing Year Appointed A
Landslide on the B. & M.
Delays the Trains.
A dispnich to the Lincoln Journal,
dated at IIo, Sp-Migs. S. I)., says:
Tilt boiler ol engine .No. ITS, at
tached totr.iin -No. I7t. II. A M., ex
ploded bclweeii Kdgeinoiit and
Newcastle. Fireman Kinehart was
killed, Engineer Wilson will die
and Brakemaii Wood berry was
badlv hurt. No wheels left the
track. No one else was injured.
The cause of the explosion is a
nivsterv. The train had come over
the divide and was on the down
grade. The boiler was lifted otf the
trucks and thrown ahead 2."0 feel,
striking about twenty feet from the
track. Other portions of theengine
were scattered lor 300 feet on either
side, while the grass and wage
brush was flattened and blackened
for Home distance.
Neither engineer or fireman re
covered consciousness. The engine
was buUt by the Baldwin locomo
tive works at I'h:l;uleiph:ai It was
an eight wheeler of die style known
to trainmen, as a hog."
CommllJees Appointed.
1 lie board of educat-on held their
hVs meei:,ig s'nee the new mem
lio'H were sworn in last night
lres;de:it Bennett annou.iced the
committees for the ensuing year as
fol 'ows:
Grounds and IJi'ddiogs William
B.ill.cice, S. A. I)av:s and S. Waugh.
Supn'-cs f. J. Unruli, C. I). Ci'tn-
nii.is a .ul S. A. Davis.
Teaciiers and Te:.t Hoo'is-S.
Dav s. S. Waugii a. id J. J. Unruii.
Prii.ing C. I). Cummins, J. J.
I'nridi ami WiMiam IJallance.
Finance S. Wauh. William Bal
hmce : id C. I). Cummins.
TheTrJins Delaved
Tlie ni'ii lost night done consV
i rab'e di! tiiage a'.ong i ':ie B. A: M.
In twi-e i Soulli I)ei:d anil Ashland
in a cut the ba 'k caved ii cover
ing ne ' Ti'k out was e'en-ed up :a
time for .he Schi'yler to pas?. Be-
twee l Uc'levue
age i'ote was i
;nul Omaha the dem
gooil deal wofc.
The h'g'.i bank ca el :", ile'aying
the trai.is. No. idue here at V2:",7
last n'gl't In?? not arrived. A Targe
force of men were at work mo'ug
the d"' t a i! i')e traiMS will ;'l be
running on time hy this ever?'ug.
Resolutions of Condolence.
Following are the resolutions
passed hy Hi. Luke's Altar Guild up
on the death of Mrs. J. K. IJarwick:
Whereas, It has pleased God to
take from us our beloved and faith
ful member, Lillian, wife of Mr. J.K
IJarwick, on the tenth day of May,
lyj, in the twenty-second year of
her age, and
Whereas, This Guild truly
knows that in the untimely removal
of our dear member, the bereaved
husband and parents, for whom we
entertain abiding regard, hare lost
a wife and daughter alike noble in
excellences of character and person,
a young woman indeed adorned
with all those winsome and charm
ing domestic graces," through
which the home is most hallowed
ami glimpses of Heaven arre alone
possible to the dwellers of earth;
Resolved. That this society as
one individual, esteems it a sorrow
ful privilege, and begs to convey to
the heart-broken husband and par
ents the assurance of its unfeigned
syiupathy.nud invoke for them such
unequal led consolation as the hal
lowed memory of a young life can
afford.
Resolved, That these resolutions
be entered upon the books of St.
Luke's Altar Guild, that the daily
papers be rcip e-U-d to publish them
and tha a copy be sent to the sor
rowing husband and parents.
John ll. Uolliday, editor and
chie." ow.ier of the Indianapolis
News. Iihs sold out his interest in
the paper lo William Henry Smith
and Ch; -les R. Williams. Smith is
manager of the United States Press
association and Williams has been
connected with the New York
World ."or a longtime as an editor'al
write They retained the services
of r'hur W. Peterso i, who has
been in charge of the advertising
department for the last seven years
and under whose charge the adver
tising business has doubled and is
still g-owing. Mr. Peterson has a
firs!-class reputation as a news
paper man. He is a brother of
O. M. Peterson of this city.
A disagreement has arisen be
tween Julius Pepperberg and force
of his cigar makers, resulting in the
cigar makers not going to work this
morning, but the matter will prob
ably belsettled in a short time, satis
factory to both sides.
Telephone No. Ti for your sum
mers ice.
LOiT YUSTER DAY'S GAMF.
The
Hcme Team Drops Another
Game to Beatrice.
Ti e following account of the
Plattsmouth-Ifeatrice game is from
the Lincoln Journal:
"The Plattsmouth team 'saved
their bacon' anil a shut out by Gate
wood's men to-day by getting a
base on balls and three timely sin
gles, all in the last half of the
ninth. It was a fielders' gamejniost
ly, Myers being touched up for
twelve hits, four of them two bag
gers and one three 'sacker'. Snap
per Kennedy was a trifle nervous
on this his first appearance at his
old home and made an error that
nearly knocked the props from un
der the grand stand. The grounds
were in excellent condition and a
fine game was put up by both
teams, the local sluggers doing the
work. In the fifth inaing Beatrice
got live hits, only two of which
were as small as singles."
The score:
I'l.AiTSJiorrii.
A K if. 'II III !) A. K.
Oeeii.K 0 0 2 3 0
Loija. If
J I'uMerson, 2I 4 0 2 3 1 1
S l'ate.-.ii. rf '.'Ill 0 0
Kciiiit-tly, 4 0 1 O 3 1
Miinpiu. c 4 0 2 5 2 0
Reeves. U 3 0 0 14 1 0
Yapp.cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Myers, p 2 0 0 1 8 0
Total CO 1 6 27 10 2
UKATKICE.
AH it. 11 II F l) A. 57
llowe.p 5 0 3 2 2 0
f.";iii.Iall. i ; 5 0 110 0
Tuylo'. lb 4 3 1 11 0 1
Hoolili.-i.i. 3I 5 1 S 3 3
Holmes, If 5 1100
TIioiiisoii. ss 5 0 3 1 1 0
(JaW-w.MHl.'.'U 3 0 0 2 2 0
i itus, c 2 0 0 7 1 0
;line . if 2 110 0 0
Total 3rt 6 13 27 9 1
PCOlfK 15V INNINGS.
lies rlic 1 000401 0 C (J
I'-ait.-inouth 00000000 1 i
SUJIMAKY.
.arueil Runs llert Ice 1, Plattsmouih 1.
Tito lipe 'iits ,-, nil lian, Hol?i:es,
1 . ;msoii J. I at rsi.;.
Ti liro Vis Hon itin.
':ic 'l:ce hits - Ra"' al. 1. oolilian, Kdin-
Ilrsi's . e'en-IJep rVc2, Pla tsi'oiiih 2.
Iipm's i:n al s O f Ho. e, 3 oil .Meyers 4.
II t p'le - hm w " , .Vpyers.
iivT-t :. H- Homo 7, i.' I.cyi-rs j.
l'ii-i--il lia' r. k.n:ti .
Tiu'i'i '. ;,a ie
L'-i- li e h a me".
Standing of the Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost.
Per C
Beatrice ..
l-'reuioiit
I last ilia's
(iru'id l-lau!....
Plattstnouth
Kearney. . .. ..
4
3
3
2
0
1
1
3
4
3
l.Oi.0
.':.)
.1U.
100
.3I!3
.250
Yesterday's Association Games.
AT J11LWAI KEE.
R II E
M ilwaukee.
Omaha
0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 f -" it
0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 16 !"i 4
AT TO
EIH First Game.
1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-3
0 0000011 C-2
Toledo
fc.. I'aul
Second jiame.
Toledo
.... 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2-3
10 0 0 0 2 0 0 2-4
S..I'aid
AT COtrSBl'S.
C'o'iMiilnis 4 2 0 0 2 ( 1 912 0
Minneapolis 0 000000044 6 3
Commissioners' Proceedings.
Bo?' d tret parsrsrt to rdjou
men., r. iiU bor d p esen , wbei
follow" ng was done, to-'wlv:
j-
:e
I . ed Ua'l was appo'.a.pd overseer
of : Oc d dls. "c: C7.
Th.rv!--rl ' nnlr i' n -mil ti f - i Vi
by G. W. Cor Td rnd oihers and
l'siened o .be e gimierr s of pet:
t:oie 3 a-?d ' remo jslraio a, but ro
se, ed the'r dec's'oa ua;Il Wednes
day, May : I.
Boa rd made f?ua! se . iement wi-h
Wm. G.-ay fo hisieesas aTc'.iiLect of
cou t Iiouse.
Settlement was made with W. II
Pickens for window bunds as per
contract. Settlement was a!so
made with Conant Bros, for f urn:
ture for the new court house as per
contract.
Official bond of R. Morrow, over
seer district 10, approved.
Ei".s r flowed:
P aits Gas A L,ig-it Co, as $
State Journal, stationery
II Uoecif, nidse lo county
Xi'liTi l Co, re.i:
Yti C !ss-na.i, help tiio.-in.'i office.
A C : ayes, same- ......
12 00
24 CO
10 CO
13
6 CO I
13 50
LaiicaA.er Co, half of b. idje
O J Kinir. cuu. i house bo id fund on
tin a esii'i c e.....
Wm C-ay, architect fees
W II I"ckens, wirdov blinds
1,161 76
.. 23 51
. :3 . i
.. 4.24(5 CO
2 00
2 03
Conant Uros, fur.iiture
S A Dirvis, app.- damage on road.
AJG lives', same
Thos Wiles, same and team
The pe.Ition lo locale a
.. 5 1)
pub!ic
road commencing at a point 40 rods
west of the southeast corner of sec
tions -10-13, running thenc in a
southwesterly direc.ioa d-eci!o ic-
te;ect the Nehawka road and
CrU" I
inating at ihe northeast corser o
the cemetery, and to loc2'e a road
north and south th"o.'gh sectiors
5-10-J3 and 32-l!-!3, thence a 1 .:!e
west of south though secl'ona 8-iO-13,
to where the new road intersects
the old one, was taken up for final
consideration and prayer of petition
iciuscu. x cniiuu iui puunv ruau I
commencinir at the northwest cor- I
ner of sections 9-12-13 and terminat-
I
ing at the northeast corner of the
northwest 4 ot sections b-lZ-13 and
waa 'aken no and Mnndav Mav Ifi 1
Board adjorned to meet May 16.
On Mav !16 the following claims I
niinropfl- I
State Journal Co. stationery, m s
CDDundan, build :k bridge 09 CO
Vua dr'ey, Clark St Co, linn, C6 25
Road peiiJioa by M. L. Ruby et al
for road commencing ai the norJ:
west corner of foci-ou 30-12-1.", run
ning thence east 12 mile, was t.ik
eti up for consideration but the de
cision was rearrved uniil a future
mee. ng.
Adjourned to meet May 2Cth.
Frank Dicksow
County Clerk.
Nebraska Weather Service.
Nuckolls Wheat looks well ex
cept in low places; grass growing
finely; not half the corn land
plowed.
Otoe Very little corn planted;
cherry trees in full blossom.
Pawnee Heavy rains washed out
listed corn on rolling ground.
Polk Very little corn planted.
Richardson All small gram in
jured and corn planting delayed by
excessive rainfall.
Saline Only about seven hours
of sunshine and no farm work done
this week.
Saunders Planting prevented by
wet weather; small grain making
but small growth.
Seward No progress made in
farming; plowing for corn not half
done.
York No planting dene.
Thayer inter wheat and oats
damaged by rain; potatoes rotting
in the ground.
CENTRAL SECTION.
Boone All crops more or less in
jured by excessive rains; farm work
entirely at a standsitll,l4wild plums
not yet in blossom.
Buffalo Wheat slightly injured
on bottom lands.
Custer some corn planted on
rolling lands, wheat looking well
except on low ground where injured
by eta tiding water.
Dawson Kxcessive rains have
damaged small grain and hindered
corn planting.
Hall Sugar beet planting already
SOUTHWEST SECTION
Adams Cool and wet weather
has preveuted plowing and plant
ing and much retarded the growth
oi vegetation.
Chase Only one daj of sunshine
anil six inches of snow on the 9th.
Franklin - Someof thesmall grain
a little yellow but most looks ex
cec'dlngl' we!'.
Furiirs Abort one-fifth of the
corn planted; vo:"k two weeks be
llied,
JJarlnn Very cold, cloudy and
damp, co- u piani'ag is fairly well
begUii; Fall gra n do:.?g well but
backwa" d.
Hitchcock Wheat iooks well,
most of the co:mi p'.a licit and some
up; rai'.ier coid ior all crops.
la.er iliaa last year; l'ttle corn
plan'ed.
Lorp Small grain on high
ground in good condition; plowing
for corn greatly retarded; little grass
s. a:ed.
Merrick Corn less than half
planted; fruit trees not yet in blos
som. Nance Fruit blossoming ont
backward; bees unable to secure
necessary "pollen.
Sherman Cool and cloudy, favor
able for small grain; corn plan:ag
has advanced some in spite of the
wet coudit.ou of ihe soil.
Valley Small grain grows slowly
but loc'ts well; wild f, -ass backward
but taa?e g.?ss loots well; some
corn planted.
Wrhee'er Low ground too wet to
go on with a team and much of it
underwater; wheat growing out :
many places.
Kearney- Some complaint of corn
o; ag in the ground.
Lincoln Wheat looks very well;
light snow on the 7th and 8th.
Red Willow Small grain doing
well.
WEwi N SECTION.
Logan Potatoes rolling ia the
ground.
Sco'ts Bluff--Oats not all in;
some co.i pirated.
NORTH WEST ESN SECTION.
B owj No corn planted.
Che .j- Eve.y.hing covered with
wa ter.
Pock -Rain eve y day; lowlands
flooded.
Sheridan Snow on 7lh and 8th;
a large acreage of wheat sown.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
T. II. PoLLOCK. Agent.
Notice.
W wish our natrons to take no
: nra will Kn .
hrst of next month to the room ' for
merly occupied by J. Finley John
son, li rJENXETT & XUTT.
Wanted Reliable agents to
make contracts with persons or
clubs desiring rooms or other en
tertainment during world's fair.
nd Entertainment. Lock BoxSJ
t-hicago, ill
or raiiiinery ana paitern nats or
anvf Vtino in trip 1 1 n r f rinhnna.
flowers of the latest styles and de-
sirrns, call on the lucker Sisters in
the SherWOOd DIOCK. tf.
where the gasoline goes to from
the tank to the burner and then ero
and see tne mangier surprise, -for
Bale b7 Hendee.
TO ANY GENTLEMAN,
Who can write the most words on
new
ONE - PRICE - CLOTHIER
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,
Opera j!o-ase Comer,
PERSONAL.
Mrs. T. M. Patterson was an Oma
ha vssilor to-c'asr.
C. W. Sherman went down to
Union th's moaning.
Mrs. Atwood and Mrs. Agnew
were Omaha passengers this morn-
Mrs. S. P. Hollo war and Mrs. Wash
Smith departed this morning for
Omaha.
Dr. T. P. Livingston and brother
Stewart were Omaha passengers
this morniag.
Mrs. J. P. Taylor and daughter,
Miss Ne'Me, returned home this
moning, after visiting friends in
this c'.ty several days.
The county commissioners went
down to Union to-day where they
will meet the commissioners of
Otoe county. The two counties
contemplate builditfg a bridge,
each county to pay half the cost.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Christian church will give an ice
cream sociable to-morrow evening,
at the residence of Mrs. Jacob Kep
p'.e, on Pearl s' "eet between Fourth
and Fifth streets, to which the pub
lic are cordially invited to attend.
The Mar e IIubet Frohmau Com
pany arrived last evening over the
Missou i Pacinc i oai Kansas Cl'.y,
and w 'l appear at the ope -a house
to-n:ghl. l ne company '.tiea goes
to Omaha and p'ays ;heve 1 r ee
nigh i s before sta t :ag for Call fo: nia
Notice to W. C. T. . U.
Regular meeting of this union
will be held at the home of Mrs. S.
A. Davis to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock. A full attendance is de
sired.
LIFE INSURANCE
T. H. Pollock, Agent,
The silver admission of the state
of Nebraska will be held at Lincoln.
May 23 and 26. The B. & M. will sell
tickets to Lincoln at the rate of one
fair for the round vrip, May 25 and
26 and lim.t for return May 27.
J. Francis, G. P. A.
Wall Paper
AND
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.
RltnuN to RARRPTTof the c.itv. TplnhnT. Wn.m
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.
to
Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
UlTUCrXQTOy & Missouill IllVEli li. R.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASSEXGEK TKAIXS
. GOING EAST
GOING WEST
No. 2 5 : 17 P. M,
Not, 3 :45 a. m
o. 4. 10 :34 a. n. .
No. 8 7 ;44 p, m
No. lo -.45 a. m
No. 6 12:23 a. dj
NO. .5 3 :4H l. ll:
No. 5, 9 :w) a. m
0. 7 5 :V p in
No. 9 4 :) u.m
No, 91 7:15 a. m
Pushnell's extra leaves for Omaha about two
u ciock ior umaiia aua will accommodate pas
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
TIME CARD.
No. 384 Accomodation leaves..
No.3(W arrives..
Trains daily except Punday.
..io:5i a. m
. . 4 ;00 p. lit
SECRET SOCIET1 1, .
pAS-i CAMP No. 332 M. W. A. meets every
. iitgciam nan. v isiiiiin neignoors welcome,
x-.o. nanseo. v. u. : r. w ertenDerger, W. A
S. C. Wilde. Clerk.
fAPTAIN H B PALM KK CAMP NO 50
ssons oi v eterans. a l vision or Nebraska, U
S. A. meet every Tuesday night at 7 :30 o'clock
in their hall in Fitlgerald bfock. All sons and
visiting comrades are cordially invited to meet
oidi us o . .i . ivuru, vuuiniaiiuer : i. a. jmc
mwain, let Seargent.
QRDKK OK THE WOKLO, Meets at 7 : 30
v"' every Monnay evening at the Grand Army
noil a V ' ..i r-1. nr n-
uc.il. i- U1UIMII, pic.iucill, J uus wailing.
srcreiary.
FOR RELIABLE
iisrs"cmisraE
Call on
SAM'L PATTERSON,
Plattsmouth - - Nebraska
Fete of Days.
For the opening of the new T. M.
C. A. building the B. & M. will sell
t'c'tets within JO miles of Lincoln
:'rom May 17 to June 1 'nclusive at
full ? re ging and one-third re
turning by having certificate signed
by G. W. Pf "k8 8ecretavy.
F. Latham, Agt.
shiloh s catarrh remedy a posi-
ltive cure Catarrn, Dipntneria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
Fricke& Co
For Sale- "wo desirable resi
dence lots in Orchard Hill addition
to Plattsmouth, within a block of
the Missouri Pacific depot. For
particulars call on or address The
Herald office.
New potatoes at P. J. Hansen's
grocery store on Sixth street. Call
and see them.
Buy the best and nothing but the
best and you will have a Dangler
Surprise stove Hendee sells them.
H. C. McMaken & Son are now
prepared to deliver ice to any part
Card
lattaoi-L-fc
The Place to Buy
Hardware
IS AT
C. BREKENFELD'S
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
STOVES, ,
KAJSGES,
TINWARE,
GARDEN TOOLS,
GASOLINE
STOVES,
BUILDERS'
HARDWARE,
PAD-LOCKS,
DOOR-LOCKS,
LADIES' PEN
KNIVF3, ETC.
0
NEW PROCESS
"QUICK
MEAL
99
GASOLINE STOVE
wsJ to specially recommend.
i i aoaoiuteiy safe.
GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALL
ment plan as cheap as for cash.
on easy monthly payments. Come
in and examine my anti-rust tin.
ware which is warranted not to rust
for one year. If at any time vou
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can get
it for you on two days' notice.
c. bq:eixi3i;f;em,
421 Maln-St.. PlattamoM;--.
4
it