Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894, January 12, 1893, Image 1
Stato Ilistoicul fJucio'j. PLATTS MOUTH HERALD. 1 4 V4 t VOL. XXIX. NO 12 i SOAP! AVING made arrangements with the Cincinnati Soap Co to introduce their Soap in this city we will sell their best American White Castile .Soap two cakes for Five Cents for a short time only. Remember this is the best Castile Soap in the Market and is to any Ten Cent Cake of Soap retailed in this city. Don't delay but lay in your supply of Soap at once as the stock on hand is limited. Fred Herrmann. NOVELTIES IN FURNITURE FOR THE IMEIILK selecting a present drop ia and look over our stock for we can "ri" ehow you something USEFUL as well aa ORNAMENTAL for the 'Vbaby or for grandmother. Our line yt jcriptionsj Easy Chairs and in fact everything in the furniture line is Sit' : complete. We have the LARGEST STOCK and eell you CHEAPER than anyone else iti the city , COME IJST AND SEE US. REMEMHER THAT WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR X-MftS GOODS i IIN" OUR LJisTE, (SUCCESSORS TO ?522 Main Street, ISAAC PEARLMAN'S GREAT IVLOIDEIRIT f HOUSE-FURNISHING : EMPORIUM, ik f Where you can get your house furnised from kitchen to parlor and at easy terms. I handle the world re f nowned Haywood Baby Carriages, also l the latest ' ' improved "Reliable Process" Gasoline Stoves. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. OPPOSITE COXT1VT j HOUSE Or. SYDNtf KINilK, Professor of Mnrlicine at University College, London, thorof tho Standard "Hanu'.ook of Theraooutlcs," "'t'"'l'U writes as follows: I rum tlio riiTvful ii'uk.;.. f Inf. ATmn'.n ami cth.TH. I am (tut foiled Unit VAN P.OUYEM'S COCOA y 1'" i " '"- i n'.i.iri. mi'i iiiui ii ih niThii'W!)' nn'i n'uruious u.iiw fl i-r ( uc us.-f! i-1-,' i ,i.v and liiiihly iliO'si Mill'. "I'll" 'lili'tutl'ins In ,-- f i.imi HityiirtLs.'1111'iit-i ( from Trade rivals) frmii niv Imuk "ti 'J'tiitriiiii'Utk'Hitrou'ain I MiiMi'ii'liiiK. ami iMiiimi -i ! v ii.lvt' Van H'iu'I'Kn'h Oii'oa." I J if ui'm' rWivium on s lion un s COCD4 is rii( ttfectiiallu rD'Hnl, nwl the ivrv I mi'JnirtUiri), it to ini'ire it, Ihrrt hv i'tinifiri to girrit a rnri linmhnme ti'ttnnnfml. 11 r V . , . . ---,. ... v i im, .. HOLIDAYS, of Ladies' Desks, Rockers of all de- HENRY HOECK.) Plattsmouth, Neb. Jcil'FI'SAlOlPl'lI, XJ'cH. v .yv wii. i l , x lilUC AMvA. ill L USD A Y. .1 A X IT A 1! V lo I soil THE DEMOCRATS GIVE IN Correll, Republican, Elected President of the Senate. MATTES, BABCOCK, NORTH The Democratic Senators Vote With the Republicanson President -Frank Wilson Will Get the Sacrutaryship. COKKKLI, FOK I'KliSIDEXT. Lincoln, Neb.. Jan. ti -The senate was slow in getting together this morning, and it was 10.30 when the lieutenant governor called the body to order. After roll call the senators were requested to record their votes again for president pro tern. There was nothing in the roll call to at tract attention, except that four democratic senators. Habcock. Mattes, North and Thonisu, passed when their names were called. Then before the result had been announ ced, Habcock, Mattes and North re corded their votes for Correll while Thomsen voted for Dysart. The secretary announced the vote as follows: For Senator Correll Habcock. Clark, Correll, Eggleston, Everett, Graham, Hahn, Lobeck, Lowley, wattes, McDonald. Miller. Moore North, Pope, Scott and Tefft. For Senator Dysart Camnbell' Dale, Darner, Dysart. Grav. Harris. Johnson, McCarty, Mullen, Pack- wood, banders, Smith, Stewart, Thomsen, Young. For Senator Mattes Hole. Senator Correll was declared elected president pro tent of the senate. Moore of Lancaster offered the re port of the committee appointed yesterday to confer with a like com miMei from the house in reference to fixing the time Jfor the joint con ventiou of the two houses to can vass the vote ou state ofiicers. The report fixed the time at 11 o'clock Friday. An adjournment until 3 vwir Tuesday. IX THE HOUSE. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 6.-Spcaker P.m.. ii. i .. . . uciiuu caueu xne nouse to order ut 10:30 a. m. In the absence of the regularly-elected chaplin. Repre senative Johnson ofNemaha county offered prayer. Ninety-five mem bers answered to roll call. Carpen ter of Jefferson offered the follow ing: Resolved, That this house do not employ any female employe; ex cept typewriters. Burns of Lancaster opposed the resolution. He said that this hoi.se had no right to draw the line against female labor. Porter of Merrick, also opposed the resolu tion was not intended to preserve the character of the ladies, but of the gentlemen members of the house. Mr. Elder opposed the mo tion and said he was willing to take his chances with the ladies. Com mittees on employes reported as follows: One third assistant clerk, custo dian and in book keeper in clerk's office, Messenger in chief clerk's room, Two typewriters one en grossing clerk; the number of as sistants cannot be determined at this time. The enrolling clerk, and the number of assistants to bo de termined later. Sergeant-at-arms and one assistant, one chaplin, postmaster, assistant and mail carrier doorkeeper and assistant timekeeper, one bill clerk and us. sistant, not needed now; one custo dian of cloak room, one proof read er and one copy holder, thirteen pages, six janitors, two watchmen. Total 41. THE MAX WHO WON. Erustus M, Correl the new presi dent of the senate, was born in Canada, August 4, HJ."), while his parents, residents of New York, were visiting in the queen's doi.j iuion. He is a man of more than ordinary educational attainment, having attended Eureka colle-e and the L'nivirsity of the JPacilic. After leaving New York be went to RocKford, 111. While he did not enter the service in Vd, he has come in contact with numerous hostile bauds of redskins, and still lives to preside over the senate, lie was a inemlier of the regular session of the Nebraska legislature in ISM, hIm the special t-cssioti of ISS'J. In addition in tins lie was elected to the presidency of the Nebraska ed itorial association in 1SS1 and issii, and was seven years quartermaster general under Governors Dawes and Thayer. Mr. Correll was al ways republican ntul an untiring worker for the cause of republican, isin. Personally Mr. Correll is one of the finest looking men in the senate and is always courteous and oblig ing. He is the editor and proprie tor of the Hebron Journal and is reported to have a number of de linquent subscribers, all of which is an evidence of a charitable nature. HAD HI.A.E AT OMAHA. , Omaha, Neb., Jan. 0.-A fire broke out at S o'clock tonight in the four-story brick building of the Omaha Priutingcoinpany, at Tenth and Douglas streets, destroying the contents of the composing, station ery and storage room.- on the second, third and fourth floors, res pectively, Bnd the whole interior of the building from the second floor to the roof. Office furniture on the first floor and maccinery in the basement were badly damaged by water. The danu-ge to the building is estimated at twenty thousand dol lars, with an insurance of five thousand dollars. The utock and equipments of the printing com pany were valued at f73,0(K). Its loss is about $4."),(KK). The fire started among old papera in the compos ing room, no one being in the room at the time. RAINMAKER IN COURT. Rainmaker Swisher's Crock9, Tubes and Tunnels Have Been Displayed. Is Not Very Pretty Appartus. If a cloud burst wipes away the Lancaster county court house this morning, there need be no surprise. All of Rainmaker Swisher's ap paratus stands in all its crudity ou the table in the county court. Colonel Long said he felt tolerably certain the thing wasn't loaded, but it is always that kiud of affairs that' gooff. The apparatus attracted many curious visitors. For the benefit of many ambitious young men who are thinking of starting out in life rainmakers; the Journal took an in ventory of the necessary articles The most striking pieces are two stone churns, one about six gallon and the other about lour. On each is an inverted funnel, surmounted by a jointed tin tube with an elbow at the top. Seven other eectioua of pipe, and two extra elbows are pro vided. There is also an extra fun nel. An oblong box of galvanized iron with hinged cover is carefully wrapped in gunny sacking. A good sized electric battery with which a cuple of feet of insulated wire seems ou friendly terms, stand on the table. The minor acces sories consist of a pair of old bal ances, a wash basin, a glass funnel two bottles, a glass dish, a email pitcher and a quart tin cup. Among the weights of the scale is a, rattlesnake's rattle. All this stuff had been packed in straw in a trunk. The case was called for trial yes terday, but a difference of opinion immediately arose. The attorney for McMurtry wanted a full discrp tion of the operation to say the least, and preferred an optical demonstration of Swisher'H ability to make rain. The judge concluded he could not be compelled to do so and a lively argument enmfed. Lin coln Journal. The democrats and populists joined forces yesterday in the seuateand elected H. A. Edwards permanent secretary of the senate, and it was currently reported on the streets of Lincoln that Grovcr Cleveland had sent word that none but those who stood firm need look for office. Which clearly shows that its anything to beat the repub licans. Although the democratic senators strongly assert that the tie uplwis tiothiugto d with elec ting a I'nited States senator, and that when it does come to electing ii man for senator that it will be a three cornered light, but neverthe less the friends of Kein assert that he will be (becoming man. It has also revived the hopes of McKcighn and Hryan. The republicans still have hopes of re-electing Senator Paddock, and when it comes to a vote they do not believe all of the indepedents will vote for a democrat. RUSSO-FRENGH POWERS. A Formal Agreement Between Franco and Russia. COAL MINERS REBELLOUS. Thousands of Them are Likely to be Involved In the Big Coal Mlne9 Strike In the Rulil Districts-Other News. 1KANC EAM) k'UHSIA ALLIED. Rome, Jan. 8 -There is no longer any doubt that a formal agreement has been signed between France ami Russia. The holy see has been confidentially informed that Sig, Resstuau, the Haitian ambassador at Paris, worked upon all the lead ing republicans to hinder the Rus-so-French alliance and to break the present friendly relations between France and the papacy. lie especially aimed at a rupture between President Camot and the pope and tried to enlist the support of the Free Masons. With the op portunists and radicals Sig. Ress man used arguments which up pealed to them as liberal sectarians To the moderate republicans he set forth the incompatibility of French civilization with the auto cracy of the czar. The pope was apprised of the danger of these intrigues, and gave instructions to the nunciii, who warned the czar's representative, who had resumed diplomatic work, These instructions were first given in 1888, and had a special result in the Craustadt manifestations. Thanks to the papal and other in fluences the situation has at last beeu determined and cryetalized iu a formal agreement. The pope is convinced that the new year brings a decisive crisis on the continent. His address to the cardinal reflects his keen pre occupation with the political situa tion and he holds himself ready to make an appeal to the nations when the day of complication shall come He is finishing at this moment an enyclical on the perils of the situa tions in Europe, but its publication will depend upon eventualities. The monarchists groups and other opponents of the papal policy toward France take advantage .of the Panama Bcandals to urge the pope to retract his Bteps or at all events to use the greatest reserve towards the republic. The pope not only remained inflexible as to his attitude toward the republican government, but he has declared that the Panama affair will favor the development of his democratic policy. It is probable that the va tican will make some official state ment of this opinion. THOUSANDS WILL HE INVOLVED. Hkklin, Jan. 8.-The coal miners of the Ruhl district show signs of strking in sympathy with the men oftheSaar district. The agitators from Saar-Louis have been at work there for several days. This after noon 3,000 miners met and heard with approval appeals to help their comrads in the Saar district. A resolution to strike tomorrow was passed unanimously. ,j The cause of these men and the thousands they are likely to carry with them is a desperate one. They are totally unprepared kfor even a day of idleness. They are penni less and have no hope of help from Berlin, Loudon or Brussels or ot her coal districts. The Krupp works in Essen, which the men are especially anxious to injure, are fafe from inconvenience for several weeks at least, as the managers have accumulated a stock of 3,(H'K) tons of coal. Other iron workers of the same region are equally well supplied with coal and in view of the prevailing slack ness of trade are ready for the worst the miners can do. A meeting of 3,000 miner's dele gates from all parts of rteltphalia was held in Hocliuni this afternoon The socialistic element had com plete controle from the beginning and htroug resolutions of sym pathy with tiie Saar strike were passed, and the meeting decided iu favor of a general strike to begin tomorrow in support of the Saar mm. It is not believed that all the miners will endorse the action of their delegates. IX PA VOU' (U- MAK'MO.W. Rome, Jan. 8.-The Vatican has caused an inquiry to be made into the extent of the opposition to the Satolli mission. The pope holds 1.50 A YEAR. absolutely to his policy that ec clesiaetical affairs in the Tnited States shall develop themselves along moderate line, and in a spirit of harmony with the institution!, of the United States. From official sources your correspondent learns that all the arch bishops who took part in New York conference have affirmed the thirteenth school pro posals which Mgr. Satolli placed before them iu the name of the pope. WILL SUPPOKT SATOLLI. Rome, Jau. & Impressions, gains ground that however great or final may be the measure of Satolli's success in America. Rome wilt btick himiip i tiu, ilopt. that by making what may be described as concessions, the Vatican will obtain the assent of the bishop to the en voy's scholastic scheme. WOK K OF TKA1N WKKCKENA. Cologne, Jan. 8. An attempt was made this afternoon to blow up the Cologne express near Rauxel. A dynamite bomb was placed ou the track about 300 yards from the station, but exploded prematurely. The track was torn up for some twenty yards and the buildings shaken ou their foundations. Ther cport gave the alarm and the train was signaled The passengers were terrified and several refused to proceed after the track was repaired. The track walkers were Bent out ahead before the train started and dispatches ordering similar precautious at stations ahead were sent out. No other bombs were found. No arrests have beeu made. The new of the attempt to wreck the train caused the greatest anxiety In the Dortmund district. It is believed that the explosion was the first gun in the strike of the coal miners which is expected to begin early in this week. OPPOSED THE AGENT, Details of Conspiracy Against Archbishops Satolli and Ireland. St. PAUL, Minn., Jau 8-Archbish-op Ireland would not talk today abouth the story that he had for warded charges to the pope that Archbishop Corrlgan aud others had organized a conspiracy for the overthrow of Mgr. Satolli Hnd him self. He had read the story, but would say nothing about. How ever, Rev. John Conway, editor of the Northwestern Chronicle, who stands nearest Archbishop Ireland of all ecclesiastics in the northwest had been unable to get away last night on his trip to England in the interest of the Hill Catholic college here, and this evening he gave the following statement to the Asscia ted press: '!The news from Chicago regard ing the conspiracy against Arch bishops Satolli and Ireland has been received iu St. Paul with much surprise. Many will no doubt be astonished at it. Most people will be except the conspirators them selves and those who follow eccles iatical questions very closely. Journalists who are directly inter ested in church matters knew by a journalistic intuti jii that a conspi racy was being hatched." "The people at large heard rumb ling noises, but they never dreamed that such a plot was concocted. The libelous pamphlet written by Arch bishop Corrigan's Italian secretary, the effusions of Miss Eades, a gar rulous old maid who is Roman cor respondent of the New York Catho lic News; the dispatches purport ing to have come from Boston and other cities outside of New York, yet all having the same purpose: the plethora iu the New York Sun and other papers has hinted clearly the existence of a conspiracy against the repiesentative of the holy father." All Fir.l-Clns Dnmgiats. From present date will keep on sale the important East India Hemp remedies. Dr. H. James' prepara tion of this herb on its own soil (Calcutta), will positively cure con sumption, brouchitts, asthma, and nasal Catarrh, and break up a fresh coldiu 21 hours. f'M per bottle or 3 bottles fori.."fl. Try it. CKADDOCK & Co., proprietors. 1032 Race street, Philadelpia. A good improved Kit acre farm for sale. Enquire of J. M. Leyda, Plattsmouth, Neb., tf, "Crown coukIi euro WiirruuUM to care tiy Urowu Se Barret.