Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894, August 18, 1892, Image 1
u "Ute n;stor!cl Soc!ef ALD i MOUTH if 9 .VOL. XXIX. NO :.M. PLATTSMOlTILCASSCOrNTV. NK11UASKA. 'USD A V Al'til'ST IS. LM)J. S !..() A VLAIi. PLA1 HER Q i THE LARGEST ITWILL TAKE YOU LKSS THAN FIVK MINITKS TO KM-AD THIS AND I.KARN That we arc again prepared fur tin G STOCK, WELL ASSORTED AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Ami cordially invite yon to look over our handsome ami well-selected line of DRKSS GOODS in Whip Cords, English Serges, English Broadcloths, Finest all-Wool Hen riettas, Wool Brocaded Crepes, Fancy Fancy Suitings and Black Silks.; Trimming Surahs, Velvets, Crepe De Chene, China Silks and Burgalines, Silk Girdles and Dress Trimmings. fall-tradeIID O V E GLADSTONE'S CABINET. The Grand Old Man Again Seated in the Saddle. IRELAND'S NEW VICEROY. The Mill Men Signing tho Union's Scale and Labor Troubles De clining Bad for Cleve land Democracy. KID GLOVES, RIBBONS FINKST LINK OK LACKS IN CITY, Chenille Table Spreads, and Curtains, Damask Table Spreads. ti CHIFFON LACES, LINENS, OL s o N We want to call your attention to a Choice lot 0! uaas ana anas irom our SHOE DEPARTMENT AT ONE-HALF PRICE. About 250 pairs in all sizes for Ladies', Misses and Children's. It will pay you to see them. Y E. CT. DOVEY SON. SEE J. 1. UNRUH ?s P FURNITURE. C.I.AlisTOXI- S KHk'TIl TIM1-. l.oXPox.Aug. 17.--The new piv erntnent is composed as follows: Mr. Gladstone premier and first lord of the treasury; Karl Rosebury foreign secretary; Haron llersohell, lord chancellor; Sir William Ver non Harcourt, chancellor ot the ex chequer; Herbert II. Asquith, t . (.., home secretary; KM. lion. Henry II. Fowler, president of the local gov- eminent board; Kt. Hon. H. Camp- bell-Hannernian, secretary of state for war; Farl Spencer, first Lord of the adinirality; Kt. Hon. John Mor- ley, chief secretary for Ireland; Kt. Hun. A. J. Mimdella, president of the Hoard of Irade; Sir Charles Russell, attorney general; John Rigby, solicitor general; Kt. Hon. Samuel Walker, lord chancellor of Ireland; Mr. McDermott, attorney , r f 1 I I w It I' .1 general ior ircaim; iioii. ivu- ward P. C. Majoribauks, patronage age secretary to the treasury; Alexander Asher, solicitor general for Scotland; Karl of Kinibcrly, see retary of state for India and vice president of the council; Marquis of K'ipon, secretary of state for the colonics; Sir George (). Trevelyan. secretary for Scotland; Mr. Arnold Morley, postmaster general; Mr. Arthur Herbert Dyke Acklaud, vice president of the council of educa tion; Haron Houghton viceroy of Ireland, without a seat in the cabi net. The announcement of the p pointnieiit of Haron Houghton to the viceroy of Ireland was so in credible that tluf representative of the associated pres made inquir ies about it, when lie found that the appointment had been made as an nounced. Kobert Ollley Ashburton Milnes, second Haron Houghton, was born Jan. 12, IMS and is therefore not yet Id years of age. lie married in lM), Sibyl, daughter of the Duke of Som erset. His wife died in 1"7, leaving three daughters. Haron Houghton has been lord-in-waiting on the queen. 11 is tather, the lust uarou, who died in lSa, was Moncton Milnes, the poet and literateur. ! cried like a child, the fact that he ' could not be present to pay his last ! tribute adding poignancy to his grid. Although the prisoners hi alth since coi'tinenient has been fair, he has gradually wasted phy sically ami is far from being tin man lie was before the killing, his face especially showing the elf eels of the terrible mental strain be has undergone. It is about seven weeks j et before the case comes to trial. si si ia r ion. play. About live or six weeks ago the people north of Ashland were sur prised by the sudden death of Dan Adsit, a farmer. He went home badly intoxicated, having a keg of liquor with him. After drinking some more he suddenly went into convulsions and died in an hour. A doctor from Ashland was sum moned and pronounced the death as a case of heart disease, but it seems that foul play was suspected and the boby was exhumed and the stoma :h sent to Chicago for analysis Mrs. Adsit for sonic time past, it is reported, has been very friendly with Jerome Adsit of Yit tan, and especially since the death of her husband. It was upon com plaint entered by Jerome's wile that an inquest has been held at the residence of Addison Carr, six miles north of Ashland, at which time Dan's wife swore that the hired man drank from the same keg. .'Inch conllictmg testimouv was given ami tlie case promises to be an interesting one, especially if any developments arise from the analvsis of the stomach. OTHER COUNTY TOWNS.I The Doings and Sayings Various People. of THE HERALD'S SPECIALS- Correspondents Write from Cedar Creek. Murdock, Alvo, Mynnrd and Union anil Tell About Things In General. ev the ; K' i . i : v 1 1 's a m i m i : i ; t t x ; . Gk'i:i . V()i l, Neb., Aug. Hi. A camp meeting is going on in tin beautiful grove half a mile from town, conducted by Rev. Mr. I 'ovv ers of Omaha. At 10 a. m. yester day there was preaching by the minister; at Lid) . m., a children's meeting, led by Mrs. Roberts of Lincoln; at H p. in., sermon by Rev Mr. Guild of Crete, and at 7 p. in., preaching. r.0 HE H-AISTIDLES THE WHITNEY - BABY - CARRIAGES AND CAN GIVK GOOD HAKGAINS. PARLOR SETS, DINING ROOM SETS, HKD ROOM SKTS. AND KYKRYTHING K KPT IN A MKTKOPOLITAN KSTA HI.ISI IM KNT. MATN RTHETCT : PLATTSMflllTIT COPY FOR CORRESPONDENTS FOR THE f VV A 7 T7T7 1 I l TT CD A T 1 MUST BE IN BY TUESDAY EVENING. 2-12 ISAAC PEARLMAN 'S HOUSE-FURNISHING : EMPORIUM Where you can get your house furnised from kitchen to parlor and at easy terms. I handle the world re nowned Haywood I la by Carriages, also the latest Improved "Reliable Process" Gnsnlinft Strives. fr CALL AND UK CON VlNCKD. NO TROPHLK I f TO SHOW GOODS. IHKK AT A J A(i C t KMC. Gkaxh Island, Neb., Aug. 17. Charles Lut.en arrived at a well known bichloride of gold institute Saturday last and died last evening at 7 o'clock. He had been em ployed by J. L. Meseraull of Doni phan and hail been drinking hard for some time past. No treatment, it is said, had been given by the doctors in charge. Sheriff Costello summoned a jury, which, after viewing the body, adjournd until morning. A post mortem will probably be held. CXI OX M EX AC. IT AT til). PlTTsni'h'u, Pa., Aug. 17. -With the starting up of the iron mills the labor unions are in an agitated con dition. Three signatures to the scale were received jesterday from the west. They are those of the .Una mill, of Hridgeport, Ohio, th La Helle works ol Wheeling, ami and the Terre Haute Iron and Steel works of Terre Haute, hid. Th three concerns give employment to I.im men. Piesideut Weihe, in speaking of the resumption, said: "The men are as glad to get back to work as the managers are to have them We go to Youngstowu today. Wi are now preparing the graded scales and the jobbing mill con tracts are also being looked after, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE Til K I.lXtuI.X Ml k' hi: k' Ilk'. LiX((i.x, Neb, Aug. Ki.-W. II Irvine, who on the '.'Dth of last May shot and killed Hanker Mont gomery in the dining room of tin Hotel Lincoln, has just received a telegram from Marion, hid., con veying the intelligence that hi.- lather is dead. Mr. Irvine, Sr. was raken suddenly ill on receipt of the news from Lincoln concern ing the terrible tragedy in which his son was a central figure and al though he apparently recovered has been in declining health. His death is a terrible blow to the son and for over an hour he AXb lllk'OWX Fk'i I A WAdnX 4 K1M.I-H. HoLlik'H.K, Net)., Aug bi.-J. W. Jackson ot Loomis just received a telegram while in this city an nouncing the sudden death of his 1' year-old son by being thrown from a wagon on which he was loading wheat, the wheels passing over him, killing him instantly. I. TWO IKOX MII.La STAk'T IT. (.'AsTt;k Pa., Aug. Kl.--The Susquehanna Iron Company and Columbia Iron Company started work yesterday after six weeks' suspension. The puddlers accepted a reduction from $1 to f.XC a ton. About IKK) men are employed at the mills. THAT ADVKKT1S1XO TRAIN. Will Cass county be represented in the advertising train to be Bent east next month? The Kaglet is anxious to see Cass as ably repre sented as last year. Who will be the party volunteering to work lip an interest? As a means of adver tising the resourc s of our state the Nebraska Husiness Men's Advertis ing Train has proven to be the best scheme ever promulgated. It lays in the shade all printed circulars and the like. In fact, the train is a regular object lesson that cannot fail to convince any or all who call to see the train of the wonderful productiveness ol our state. Thous ands of eastern farmers will see the train, twenty counties have ap plied. Will Cass?-Kaglet. CEDAR CHEEK. Mrs. C. II. Pariuele spent Friday here. Mrs. W. H. Osb,rne ami Mrs. S. D Smith, drove over to Nehawka one day last week. Dr. J. H. Dulf has a large practice this summer, he has more patients than he can attend to at present. D. K. Seiver paid our town a short visit Friday and informed us that he had another bouncing baby boy. We are glad to hear that Miss Nettie Meisinger is able to be around again after being bedfast so long. Miss Katie Sherman of Louisville returned home Sunday, alter a pleasant visit among relatives and friends here. Chris Metger started west last week to be gone two or three weeks to look alter hiy interest on his cattle ranch. Corn around here is as far ad vanced now as it was last year at this time and everything looks favorable for corn yielding as many bushels per acre as our last year's crop. J. lines Terry hcry starts for Wash ington Territory this week in search of a new home. Mr. Terry bery thinks his health would be better if he is neare'r the Paeilic coast. We are sorry to say Mr. F. II. Wilson has forsaken us and gone to Louisville to do some work there. Mr. Wilson was a credit to the town md I don't see how we are going to get along without him. John Ilenniiigs. living four miles south of here, is erecting a tine two story frame dwelling. Having the lower floor laid Saturday he gave a house warming in the evening. Oiiite a number of our Cedar Creek sport? went, and say they had a good time. They say that Mr. Helming was well up with the times in knowing how to entertain his guests. Hesides everything seems to be progressive very quickly here at present our stone quarries are em ploying more men now than they have heretofore and the II. M. have about ') men at work here. This, together with the good sub stantial farmers we have around here, makes business good, Now theonly thing we are in need of is a good blacksmith, one that will stay at home and do the work for the people, when they bring it in. We have a good blacksmith, but he either has to much money or else is getting tired of work. lie locks up his shop three days out of a week and goes away. Farmers bringing work here have to go elsewhere, to get it done. Now what we want is a blacksmith that will stay a home and do the work, or else put a man in the shop to do the work. was a big crowd in town, but that is all we could learn about it. Rev. F. llackermeer of 11 istings Neb., visited friends here last Sun day and preached three limes to ins old iriends. I his was R It's home before he entei ministry. Work on the new school hous( will commence, us soon as the ma terial for the foundation arrives. K. T. Tool is having a well pm down on his property, previous t( starting his new dwelling. F. Ih'ss iscomeneing his dwelling ( ieo. i ii loiil is doing the work. loe Klein, the clothier, Hung his banner to the breeze yesterday an nouiH ing his opening on the first ot the month. Accompanied by his wife ami boy he departed for Chi cago on the midnight, train and will not return until Monday next. In the meantime the work of fixing up his new room in the Stadelman block is going in and the fall cam paign is going to be an interesting one in the clothing business as well a in politics. It is stated that in case the Omaha Chicago deal in democratic newspaper property goes through that I'.ditor Sherman ol the Platts mouth Journal will become editor in-chief of the new morning edition and that the Plattsinouth Journal will be conducted by his son Charles S. If such an arrangement is consummated the state democ racy will have a livelier newspaper at the metropolis than it hits ever had in recent years. ALVO. O. J. Wells has rented his restau rant to L. W. Clements. Samuel Ryan has returned home from a mouth's visit with friends in lowa. Nine loaded excursion trains went through here, bound for Denver. Sunday. George Duryea attended the funeral of a relative in Greenwood Saturday, August (). Pruty A Sons ifre putting a new addition to their flouring mill for. storage purpjses. Chester Mooney is the happv papa of a new son. Mother anil b iby are doing well. "Mr. and Mrs. James Murty buried their only child Tuesday, August ) at Klmwood cemetery. They 1:iV( the sympathy ol many friends. Samuel Cashnier, C. R. J)ll(,,lr, . and a Waverly man have bought the Chicago elevator and will b. '''"! 1" buy grain i ,K. ear liiture. The contract for building the new i ..... i i , -i i i iiommc lias heen let to If C D. McDonald captured contract and lobn Keefer the team work. Forbis. R the furniture MYNARD. The farmers sire nearly through their work in the harvest licit!. A. K. H. Neleigh has been verj busy the last week with his farm work. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Keilz. i wh. lives near Sunlight, nrr vi.-tting .Mrs. Keitzt l's father, Mr. Cook. Joseph Geo. Sinythe, an employe of Win. Marks, has purchased a new byci cle and seems to be enjoying him sel f these tl; ys. Will Nye, the grain dealer, at tin place made a brief visit to Platt-t-nioiith Friday to have a doctor examine his hand, which is si ne. very Some of the boys living north ot Wm. T. Adams, have taken the win off his fence ami taken it home. Will says that if it is not brought back they will here from him. UNION. MURDOCK. John Cook's hired man had a runaway, which resulted in a broken wagon. Reinholtl Wcit.el's team n.n away with a hayrack ami smashed it up, aatl Krne.-t Hildchrand's mules bad a lively time in running away with a self-binder attached to them, The machine in badly used up. John Connallv bail business in Council Hluffs Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Wolfe took a trip to Madison, this state, .Mr. Wolfe's old home. Martin A; Tool are having their store remodeled, to give room for the immense stock of goods. Old Cass county is "in it" on wheat this year. Previous record is broken by J. M. Leis, who raised on thirty-four acres laOl'o bushel; that is, over fourty-four bushels to the acre. Who can beat that? The first independent caucus that was ever held in this precinct, was held here .last 'Saturday. There Geo. Spicer has gone to the Pa cilic coast where he expects to makt his fortune in the near future. Charley Yougtman ot Plaits mouth was a visitor a few (lays ago. Mrs. John Piercely of this place has gone to ohuson county, when sue win visit Willi relatives ami Iriends for a few weeks. Small Profits on Hardware. Mr. Hendee, of the hardware firn. of J.W, Hendee Co., says that h is convined that his firm iliade ai. eminently-correct move when i established the rule at the opening of its business career of selling fo! cash and making the profit on sab -the smallest consistent with sab business principle. The Ilendei hardware firm has never advertised to do anything it did not do. It ha sold in the past, is selling now, and will continue to sell the very best hardware and at lower prices thai are quoted by any ot! er firm it these parts. The prices unfiles, irons, skillets, hay forks, hammers rivets, etc., which have created si much talk, are only a few illustration- of the rule of the bouse ii regard to quality of goods ami tb price- at which hardware is sold ii Platt-iimuth by llende" A; Co. P. S Fifty pounds of nail- for Ahvavs have vour prescription till, , I at ( leriug t- t'o's. Johnson A: Cole's steam swinu arri"ed yesterday. They have bought the privilege for fair week M. N. Griffith, city editor of Tin. 1 1 Kk'ALl , is at Louisville attending to business matters for this newspaper.