The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, July 25, 1892, Image 4

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Six car loads of Catholic Knights
ot America came down from Oma
ha yesterday on a special train and
held a picnic in Baiek'spark, and as
usua 1 with an Onitiha crowd ended
in a eniall ri'4t. '
The party who had the excursion
in charge, when they secured the
grounds asked Mayor Butler to sta
tion a couple of officers on the
ground.
Everything passed of quietly un
til afternoon, when one of the mem
bers started a fierht. Chief of Police
James Grace sent the fellow from
the ETOunds. Soon after he came
K.
, te back, and Grace was escorting him
. from the grounds when several of
the picnickers jumped upon him
John Fitxpatrick, George Poisall
and Joe Fairfield were called upon
to help, but the mob was too much
for four of them to handle and
Poisall and Fairfield were badly
used up, someone in the party
hittinc- Poisall on the side of the
head with a brick and kicking him
in a terrible manner. Fairfield was
also kicked and knocked around in
no gentle manner.
As soon as they could the officers
left the grounds, came down town
found the sheriff and waited for the
ruffians to come down town, and as
thev came down thev were marched
There were nineteen of them that
Ifiniriiiahi1 in iliirnnrc vile Over
i night.
P This morning Sheriff Tighe
incr a man last nicrht some one
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struck him a terrible blow.
Officer Fitzpatrick, while walking
through a car. had a narrow escape.
I Just as he had passed one of the
T men in uniform, the fellow made an
L effort to atab him in the back with
L j his sword and would in all prob-
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ability have accomplished nis nei
lish design if a couple of women
had not grappled with him.
The sooner such exhibitions are
done away with the better it will be
for all concerned.
Kverytime an .Omaha excursion
comes here it ends with several
battered faces, broken bones, etc.
If any more are to come the au
thorities should swear in enough
deputies to cope with the mob.J
The picnickers brought with them
HO their dinner and a car load of beer,
so it can be seen that they were well
supplied. -
The Primaries.
The republicans held their prim
aries Saturday evening, in trie
V. Second and Third wards there were
f two tickets in the field. The city
; elected a straight Chapman dele
gation and as far as can be heard
from the county it io the same.
Following are the First ward dele-
O fate: Henry Mauzy, A. Salisbury,
Byron Clark, O. C. Dovey, C. W.
Holmes, J. I. Unruh, W. J. Koon and
, S. Buzzell. In the first ward the del
egates are instructed to use all hon
, orabie means to secure the nomina
' ' tion of Judge S. P. Vanatta as one
: of the presidential electors.
Second Ward D. K. Barr, T. II.
Pollock, J. Pepperburg, W. J.
Streight, J. L. Root, II. C. McMaken,
t Kd. Martin and J. M. Leyda.
Third ward A. N. Sullivan, F. II.
Steimpker, W. II. Newell, Frank
Boyd, R. W. Hyers. S. V. Dutton,
Leonard Anderson, I. K. Pollock, F.
B. Browu and Andrew Iledland.
Fourth ward Wm. Ballance, C.
' Petersen, J. N. Summers, D. B. Smith
W. S. Purdy, Jas. Sage, Val Burkel,
j J.O. ThomaB and Henry Boeck.
Fifth ward A. J. Graves, A. .
Lewis, A. B. Knotts and J. T. Lloyd.
IPlattsmouth precinct S. L.
Thoraaf, C. II. Warner, J. C. Kiken
bary, Thos. Wiles, Ezra Sampson
Alternates Henry Eikenbary, A
B. Tavlor. las. Thomas, Wm. L.
Adams. Perrv Walker, Wm. Weten
kamp and Nelson Jean
Bitten by a Snake
Thos. Kildow, who has been in
the employ of Jonathan Hatt, was
i bitten by a bull snake Saturday af
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ternoon, wniie puning wceu unmo
I larm adioininc the Platte bottom
k road. The snake bit him on the
i! thumb, but there is nothing serious
h, about the wound.
CCr Broke Her Arm.
f Myrtle Worden, the ten-year-old
h daughter of W. II. Worden, fell out
I t ip vpotprdav and broke her
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left arm just above the wrist She
also dislocstea ner wnou mjt.
Schildknecht was called and set the
fractured, .member.
TUB OQUHP UP
. . i a j-s . I m I I w n fi A i ill
Jkt-gular meeting-of-thc-Tity coun-
.llWPfcoSfcrifly' little
4f it Uieicoiiofcyj ihuhvlii m wood.
ave open-
i 2jiedrtp6Mat Greenwood
The Attyefjican Exchange bank of
ElniwdodVjiai building a fine new
buildiniMj
18 'swing men left this morning
Wahoo and from there they go
to Ashland.
A boy baby made its appearance
at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Loebeck this morning.
G. W. Van Reneselaer, of Chicago,
arrived in this city Saturday even
ing on his way to the Black Hills
and spent Sunday with his friend,
County Superintendent G.W.Noble.
lacob Lemon is building a fine
new barn near Greenwood. He
bought the lumber of David De?iii
of Ashland and says it is the 'finest
he has ever used. This will oe quite
an improvement to his aJveady fine
ly equipped place.
George II. Holtoi the man with
a mammoth imagination, and who
has made so n'.any dismal failures
in the newspaper business, is trying
to work the democrats to help him
establish another democratic paper
at Weeping Water. Wonder if they
will?
Editor Polk said in his News Sat
urday evening tnat H. C. McMaken
made-Sherman back down on a
straight forward propos tion. THE
IlEKALn has noticed that Editor
Polk failed to make Sherman take
water recently', after all his blowing
that he would.
The board of education held a
meeting Saturday evening for the
purpose of opening bids for the
construction of the
house. There were
the board refused to
of them and now will
new school
four bids but
accept either
advertise for
two weeks longer.
The railroad officials have fully
investigated the cause of the acci
dent near Plattsmouth the other day
and have exonerated Engineer H.T.
Mayfield from blame. It was shown
that he attempted to move forward
to escape the crash after the train
broke in two, but was unable to do
so because the air brakes could not
be freed and held the front end of
the train fast. It is said by railroad
men to have been an unavoidable
accident. Lincoln Journal.
Defendants Discharged.
In police court this afternoon Jos.
Rines, Frank Honza, A. J. Shoup,
Frank Bazanic, John Mokana, Nick
Domitrovic had their trial. The
above were a part of those arrested
last night by the officers. C. S.
Polk represted the city and Louis
Piatt of Omaha defended. The city
had a good case against the prison
ers and would convicted every one
of them but the city attorney failed
to prove by his witnesses that
the crime was committed
in Plattsmouth, Cass county, Ne
braska. The attorney for the defen
dants refused to cross-examine the
city's witnesses, as he had another
object in view. As soon as the city
rested its case, Attorney Piatt made
a motion that the defendants be
dismissed, as the city hadfailed to
prove where the crimes had been
committed. Attorney Piatt told a
HERALD reporter that there was no
doubt in his mind but what the ma
jority of the defendants were guilty.
The was too smooth for the city
attorney and had his clients dis
charged. District Court.
District court adjourned sine die
this morning.
New cases were filed as follows
with the clerk of the district court:
Sam Hinkle vs. Lettia Burton and
George F. S. Burton. Suit for fore
closure. Walter J. Whitehead vs. Ella B.
Whitehead. Divorce.
Livingston Loan & Building asso
ciation vs. W. W. Drummond, Annie
J. Drummond and Walter J. White.
Suit for foreclosure.
Chas. S. Hagerford vs. Eva L.
Harris et al. Suit for foreclosure.
M. J. Williairis vs. John Marsh et
al. Foreclosure.
Jesse L. Root vs. Milton D. Polk,
J. F. Polk, S. O. Leeson and M.
O'Donahue. Suit on creditors bill.
N. E- C. MeetinR, Saratoga. N. Y.
The provision requiring passen
gers to deposit tickets with the joint
afrent at terminal lines at Saratocra
has been cancelled. Tickets will be
honored for return from Saratoga
or from any intermediate point, any
time up to Sep. lo. It is not neces
sary to go to Saratoga to have the
tickets executed for return.
J. Fraxcis,
Gen. Pas. Agt.
The books of the Livingston Loan
and Building association are now
open for subsrciption of stock, for
the eigth series beginning Aug. 18,
1892. Remember this is one ot the
best paying institutions in the
countv. For full information and
stock apply to
jw7t Henry R. Gerlxg, Sec.
cil
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vUHE KING OF PASSES.
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Vri Wvrk lia
i ih a railroad punk.
It carries liim o'er ull Hie liner
"A No. I firHt-chiPM.
From San Francisco faraway.
To farthest oint in Maine.
This little paMtcltoarcl carries Van
On any rallriiiid train.
I'sHiKneri ly Vanlerlilt,
And countersign-1 by Cioult,
"I'lcane pan the Insurer, Chas. Vun Wyck,
on all the linen that pooled.
"Pleane onus the lejrer, CIiuh. Von Wyck,
paHS
1'ull
ununy t'uUninn car.
Ih written on the end and
(iro. M. I'ullman'tt name in there.
Oh what a mighty "null" it took
To fetch thitt kinu of piiHHes!
Oh what a herd of uapiiiK fool
Ami leathery lunged jackastteH
Who stand and yawp with or,en mouth,
And pray likelotnj eared d',iikey.
And cheer thin princeof demagogues.
This king of railroad ,unkeyt!
The H. A M. may p'.ot.
The Klkhorn may plaii
But Jay tiould Jr w h'i9 own.
And he will sr a by Van.
For when tl.e Lf. P. started '
ro the poo.r house over the hill,
Twas rAtl rushed In to save the day,
a l,ndr luceI the hill.
And un will stay by Jay,
Ant. Jay will stay by Van
Ar.tl these two rogues will su.iile
. o see the hayseed clan
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wginc nitiri.iiiiiKi'wii lue'.iusiy sirci-i,
Shouting with noisy brejith
"All hail the farmers' chieftain !
flive us Van Wyck or Oeath !"
See the proud banners tlontitig high!
Down, down with railroad passes!"
Mark hnwjay winks the othereye,
"Those Ixnsterous rural asses
Are all for you, my cunning friend.
They're Imund to have you in it.
And I'll put up the royal stuff
To put you in the senate.
You always stood by me, old boy.
Now I will stand by you.
And 'twixt' these hayseeds and myself
We're lound to pull you through.
These small-lore local railroads
May work their agitation.
Hut I'm the lord-high railroad boss
That holds the situation."
Then bring from the shopss the working
men Who buy their bread with sweat.
And let them bow down in. the dust
Before this farmer's pet ;
(o bring the long-eared rural ass
Whose oen mouth applauds
And chain him to the chariot wheels
Of this great prince of frauds.
Go bring the tool from Koolville
Who on his knees will crawl.
To worship this great blatther skite.
And crown him fool of all !
A. X. Thomas, Otoe County.
PKRSONAL.
J. I. Wood of Louisville, is in the
city to-day on business.
Captain II. K. Palmer came down
from Omaha this morning.
John Schiappigasse was an Oma
ha passenger this morning.
Arthur Jackson came in from Mc
Cook to spend Sunday with his
wife.
G. W. Mayfield, editor of the Lou
isville Courier-Journal was iu the
city to-day.
Chas. Clifford, an employe of the
shops, spent Sunday-with his rela
tives in Louisville.
Dr. A. Shipman returned to-lay
from Minnesota where he has been
for the past week.
Mamie Findley, a sister of Mrs.
G. W. Noble, came in from Weeping
Water this morning.
Louis Piatt, an Omaha attornejr,
was in the city to-day defending the
fellows arrested yesterday.
Mathew Gering left this afternoon
for Iowa where he will take several
depositions in the Lewis case.
Al Perrine left this morning for
Lincoln where he will resume his
yosition as a B. & M. fireman.
Martin Frederick, a prominent
Cass county farmer made The
Herald a pleasant call to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Windham's lit
tle baby has been dangerously ill,
but is a good deal better to-day.
Mrs. Jack Denson and children
went to Lincoln this morning to at
tend her mother who is very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. House-
worth arrived home from a two
weeks' vacation yesterday morninp.
Fred Howland and Ben Hem pel
spent Sunday with their families,
returning to Havelock this morn
ing. Louisville.
The past week has been a very
busy one in Louisville.
Mr. Markonet sold 35,000. feet of
lumber and bought one car load of
corn.
The streets have been thronged
with teams every day.
Hot weather has kept back the
work some on buildings.
There was a cry of lire last Fri
day. Dr. Hassemeir's clerk was
mixing some chemicals and they
ignited. The doctor's fingers were
slightly burned while putting out
the fire.
Bert Shryock had a runaway last
Friday. His pony and cart came in
town without a driver and brought
up at the livery barn of Furgeson
&. Son. No damage done.
Mr. Michael Williams bought one
car load of hogs and shipped them
to Omaha.
Our primary came up all" qi.iet
and the following delegates were
elected for the county convention:
W. P. Killian, S. P. Matheney, J. O.
McLain, James Robertson, A. A.
Knott, E. Palmer, M. N. Drake.
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE
CO., OF N, Y.
T. H. Pollock, Agent,
Notice to Water Consumers.
The hours set apart to sprinkle
lawns are 5:30 to 7 o'clock am. and
6 to 8 o'clock p. m. Sprinkling
must be confined to these hours,
and hose found in use except during
the above named hours will be
shut off without further notice.
6 PLATTSMOUTH WATER CO.
JOE'S HOT WEATHER BULLET!
And
week, at
1RECKLE33
AND
aca, Mohair
OPERA HOUSE CORNER.
A carpenter by the name of M. S.
Powers, fell from the roof of a house
in East DesMoines, Iowa and sus
tained a painful and serious sprain
of the wrist which he cured with
one bottle of Chamberlains pain
balm. He says it is worth $5 to
a bottle. It cost him 50 cents. For
sale by by F. G. Fricke & Co.
. Some Foolish People
allow a cough to run until it gets
beyond the reach of medicine They
say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in
most cases it wears them away.
Could they be induced to try the
successful Kemp's Balsam, which
is sold on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose.
Price 50c and $1. Trial size free. At
all druggists.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
secretary of the board of education until
6o'clock p. m.t Saturday Augruste, 182, for
the construction of one two story, four
room brick building on the lota 10,11 or 12,
in Stadleman's addition in accordance
with plans and specifications on file at the
First National bank of Plattsmouth. Each
bid must be accompanied by a certified
check of $200. The board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
J. I. Unkuh Sec'y.
J". WORTJfl GUINEA BOX.
0 v. rmw ... t aiicss aiiu gu'uuie coaling.
BEEGHAMSii
PILLS i:
are a marvellous '
Antidote for Vnk
Stomach,
SICK HEAD
ACHE,
Impair
ed II I a ca
tion. Coa
st! pat I on.
Disorder.
ed LlTer,
st. I fnnnil
S also to be especially eSeaeiooa and remedial S
t by FEMALE lUFFEREBI.
I Ot all drufglata. Price Sl cents a box
new xore Depot, sos canal at.
JOHN A DA VIES,
ATTORNEY-AT LAW
Correspondence Solicited.
Office in Uuion" Blook
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
DR. A. SHIPMAN,
Office: 318 Main Street, Oppo
site Court House.
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF FITTING
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES
in a scientific manner and fur
nishes the finest f periscopic
lenses in either gold, silver,
nickle. steel, zynolite
or rubber frames.
Will test your eyes free.
ARTIFICIAL EYES INSERTED
on reasonable terms.
Hours: 9 a. in. to 4 p. m. Ladies, 2
to 4 p. m.
Alp
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., July 21, 1892.
for the balance of
REDUCTION
You will have an opportunity
and it should not be neg-.
lected Tobuy
MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR.
We have no room on this
space or patience this hot
weather to iuote prices; we
are simply slaughtering them
and Casimere Coats and Vests,
AND MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHTS.
All this ani more too is found
at ""
JOE'S Clothing House
DEISTTISTKY
r ? GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS
Bridge work find fine gold work a
SPECIALTY.
DK. 8TKINAUS LOCAL as well as other au
festUflicsniveu lor the painless extraction of
teetli,
0. A. MARSHALL, - FitGerald flW'
SILVERS CHAMPION.
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ULIUS PKPPERBERG.
Among Tobacco, Havana
alone pleases the taste of
the critical connoisseur. No
artificial process can en
hance its value. The "Bud"
cigars are always made of
the finest Havana fillers and
has alwaj-s been esteemed
above every other brands
made ar sold at Platts
mouth. Plattsmouth,
Nebraska
Fok Sale Two 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 ofice.
this
PRICES!
Wax
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
The Place to Buv
Hardware
IS AT
C. BREKENFELD'S
where; you will find
STOVES,
RANGES,
TIN WAKE,
GAKDEN TOOLS
GASOLINE
STOVES,
BUILDERS'-- -HARDWARE,
PAD-LOCKS,
DOOR- LOCKS,
LADIES' PEN
KNIVES, ETC.
NEW PROCESS
"QUICK
MEAL'
GASOLINE STOVE
1 wis Vvrerd'
POODS SOLD ON THE INSTALL
U meutplanas 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 you
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can gt
it for you on two days' notice.
42 1 Maln-St.. Plattsmouth