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Tfl K NEWS. Estabisbed Not.8,1891. 'consolidated Jan. 1 1S95.
THE HEUALD, Established April 10. 18M. f UOnSOtiaatea Jan. X.18U5.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., JULY 21, 1897.
VOL. V. NO. 88.
VICTORY FOR PARMELE'S COLTS.
Louiftville'e H Hall Aggregation Ie-
feat th Omaha Itoya.
Something terrible took p'acj last
Saturday in Omaha. It was really
worse than the famous Mountain Mea
dow massacre of year ago. In short
it was the complete and overwhelming
defoat of the Omaha pel?, the Univer-
-sity hall club by the team of Blickers
and lie.ders managed by "Thomas E.
l'armeie of LiouUvillo, this county,
.Thomas went to Omaha last Saturday
wii' m..lico aforethought and he
von'i.d his spleen in a shape that was
si to ply awful. Sometime during the
' week, Abbrtt, he of Ahe green socks
and U. oi M. sweater, telephoned
Tome that ho wished he would
bring a pitcher along when he came
up, as "Omaha people are tired of
one-eided games " Since this last
struggle w believe they are still
tirtd, but in a diff-jrent way. Thomas
did take a pitcher along. Ilia name
was Jones and his complexion was of
a deep tan color. This did not inter
fere with his pitching qualities, how-
ever. In fact it rather helped them
. out if anything. Jones, is abeut six
feet three inches in length and slen
der in proportion. ' His arms are
such as are attuched to the mythical
devilfish being many, many feet from
tin to tip. -When he started to de
liver the ball and unkinked these
elongated apendages the entire infield
moved out to trive him roam. Jones
would then swing back and the ball
would be in Claude Jones' hands be
fore the batter knew what happened.
This is nil that occurred to the Om
ahas. They couldn't see the ball.
The official scorers of the Omaha
puers credit the Universities with
two sets of scores. One gives them
six safe hits and the other eight. In
our humble judgment three would be
nearer the mark. Anyway they were
mighty shy in number. On the con
trary, Louisville couldn't keep count.
Col. E.itnn or the World-Herald
credits thorn with twenty-five hits.
Col. Sandy (J. V. Griswold of the Hoe,
thinks fifteen was enough.
This is an indication of the awful
way in which Omaha people wore sit
uated. The grandstand and bleach
ers were simply paralyzed by the
result. Everybody on the Louisville
team made a hit. Claude Jones, who
contests with Adams, the honor of
being the oldest inhabitant of the
globe, got fye his. Even the mana
ger hinself took a brace and made
two hits while he run bases like a
Clement opened the ball in the first
inning with a three base-hit, and he
was followed by C. Jones with a two
base-hit, while Adams made another.
Doth of the latter failed to score, but
Jones did, making one run. Omaha
opened bygfCtting by getting one run
in the Grst on errors, but they never
made another until the ninth. Louis
ville failed to score until the fourth,
wheu bunched hits brought in three
more, runs. Then they rested until the
seventh when the real thing hap
pened. It was bift, biff, bang until
both spectators, and players were
horrified The manager of the Louis
viile team wa.in tne Held running
buses all the inning, and when the
smoke and splinters bad been cleared
up the score was ten runs larger than
before. In this inning an unfortunate
accident oecWred. Parmele was run'
ning from third to home when Robin
son thiew to Crawford to catch the
runner. Ho threw too low and the
ball touched Parmele on the shoulder
aud glanced oft and hit Crawford on
the nose, breaking1 that orcran. This
necessitated changing players and de
layed the game. Louisvi.le got five
more runs in the eighth and then quit
trying. The Omaha team is not in the
Minn- class with their visitors. There
asou!j one really fine player on the
team. This w.m Liwler, who played
a fine thii d.bul was a dismal failui
n- & pitcher. Abott did the stick wor
for Oniaiia, but I ho re was no pituhin
to socak cf. l'armeie has a - great
team und no mistake.
LETTER FROM JUDGE RAMSEY.
Fred Herrmann came to this city m
1874, and, after working In a clerical
capacity, be opened a dry goods store
which he kept until a few years ago,
when he traded hi9 stock for western
land, and he went on the road for a
wholesale house. His health would
not permit that kind of work and ha
returned to his home in this city. He
could not think of being idle, and, se
curing a position in the storehouse, he
worked there with wonderful zeal up
to almost the day of his death.
When he was making money he was
the most liberal giver in the city to
all matters of public need. He was a
loyal friend and a genial companion
whose presence will be greatly missed
in this community. He leaves a cul
tured and devoted wife and a charm
ing lovable daughter thirteen yearsof
age to mourn his demise.
At 5:30 yesterday the deceased was
taken to the train, followed by a long 1
line of carriages filled with personal
friends and relatives of the family.
The funeral procession being preceded
by the members of the A. O. U. W.
lodge of which deceased had been a
member. The Durlington very kindly
furnished transportation for the
family of the deceased to Chicago,
and carried free a .coach load of
friends to the Junction.
Mrs. Herrmann expects to return in
about ten days and settle up her af
fairs and then go to Watertown and
reside with her relatives a faot that
will be generally regretted in this
The interrment will bo made at
Watertown, Wis., today.
A freak of Lightning.
Last night.at a little past 11 o'clock,
heavy clouds came up accompanied
by the most terrific lightning- imagi
nable. A bolt of the mysterious entire city.
electric fluid, with noise enough to
demolish the building, struck the
court house near the base of the tower
on the south side and broke out a
piece of stone from the window sill
over a foot in thickness and nearly
wo feet in length. The current then
entered the building through the
metal valley on the roof and passed
down some wires that were imbedded
in the walls without doing further
amage except in the rear office of
Diatrict Clerk Houseworth, where a
hole was made from the imbedded
wire out into the room and the plasV
eringinthe form' of dust was blown
all over the furniture. A careful in
vestigation shows no other damage.
It will cost several dollars to replace
the window sill, which, since coming
n coming in contact with the electric
current, seems quite soft.
The commissioners immediately no
tified the two insurance companies
which hold policies on the building of
the loss sustained, and it will be re
paired without cost to the county.
The crash of thunder was deafening
and frightened many people who had
retired for the night. It certainly
seemed 6trange that greater damage
was not done.
Meet a Number of Former Cava County
Citizens While la Oregon.
To the Editor of The News:
Halsey. Ore., July 19. A few days
since I wrote you on our arrival from
California to Portland, Ore. Since
then we have been enjoying the
hospitality of the family of Mr.' and
Mrs. William Hutchinson, the latter
a sister of Mrs. Ramsey. This family
is located at Mt. Tabor, a suburb of
East Portland, but ouUide the corpor
ate limits. It is a small,' but beauti
ful fruit farm and situated near a four
acre reservoir of the water .company.
The water in this reservoir of the
water company. The water, in this
reservoir ; is collected for the use of
Portlaud, and is brought thirty miles
from Bull Run, a .mountain stream
fed from mountain enows and par
ticularly from melting snow upon
The water works system of Port
land is 9aid to be one of the finest
west of the Mississippi river and the
water the purest and best known any
where. Pipos,three feet in diameter,
convey this water for thirty miles
into the reservoir through a pipe in
the reservoir which throws a steam of
water about 130 feet high when a full
head is on. The water is then con
veyed to East Portland and through
pipes under the Williamette river to
West Portland. The system is said
to have a capacity of thirty million
gallons per day, although only about
three and one-half million gallons
per day are now being used. This
water plant is said to have cost about
three million dollars and was raised
by bonding the city.
A visit to Portland Park, situated
on an elevation west of West Port
land, gave us a splendid view of the
This is a place which all
tourists to Portland should visit. It
comprises about 200 acres of land and
is well kept. Wild animals and wild
birds are kept here of many kinds.
Here we saw the grand old bird the
American Eagle which
"Nurses its brood, where the cliff-flowers grow'.
On the precipice top. in perpetual snow."
Here were wild cats, coyotes, bad
gers, porcupines, buzzards, swans,
paradise birds, and here too, were
bears, three varieties in one bear
stile, the black, grizzly and cinna
mon. We saw the three eat their
lunch of meat and bread, they cleaned
the meat off the bones, picked the
marrow out of the bones with their
the same space at the same time. Two
old ladies were riding poll roell in op
posite directions. The bicycles tried
to violate the above law of nature; na
ture refused to have her ancient rule
violated; the bicycles and riders
couldn't occupy the same space at the
same time; a collision two bicycles,
"nor des combat" and two sets of
But here we are at Halsey, Linn
county, Oregon, a place ninety-seven
miles south of Portland and the home
of the Standish boys, John and Dan
iel, brothers of Miles Standish of
Murry, and nephtws of the writer.
-Here these boys are engaged running
A Big Circa Is Coming.
Plattsmoutb will, be visited on
Thursday Aug. o by Hummel, Hamil
ton 6c Co.'s shows. This large three
ring circus und hippodrome has met
with a triumphant progress through
the west this season, although this is
but its first visit. Speaking of its
street parade the Republican Leader
of LaCrosse, Wis., says in its issue of
July 8, 1897: "Crowds of people
packed into down-town streets this
morning to see the street parade of
Hummel, Hamilton & Sells shows,
which had been advertised to make
its appearance at 10:30 o'clock. It was
however nearly 12 o'clock when the
a large blacksmith shop, and have head of the long column of band char-
been so engaged for a nu rubor of
years aod have a large and lucrative
business. I here meet a (number of
old Cass county people, among them
being Mr. and Mrs. George, F. Shry
der, formerly of Weeping Water; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Cole, formerly living
near Murray. They are ll well and
delighted with this part of Oregon. I
also met John Clarence, who formerly
lived near Union. John looks the
picture of health and beauty, and, it
is said, that a number of Oregon
damsels, unknown to eaeh other, have
laid plans to capture the manly and
handsome Cass county boy.
Grandpa Crites has stood the long
trip and much visiting and sight-see
ing remarkably well for one seventy
seven years old. He rustles Judge
Crites out of bed so early that the lat
ter sometimes wishes the old gentle
man was at Plattsmoutb. However,
we are enjoying a most delightful
trip, and shall return with many pleas
ant memories of our first visit to the
Paci fiercest. We leave tomorrow for
Seattle. B. S. Ramsey.
Go to Pet tee's music store, opposite
the poetoffice, for a bargain in a piano
A full line of sheet music on hand.
'In count v court. Cass county. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Samuel A.
if you fail to appear at said court on the 10 h dav
.., .i . u i. .. 1 nA ... I of August. A. I). 1W7. at i o'clock o. m. to con-
ciaws, nieu ttuo iuo wuto, "v.uw h probate of said will, the court mav a'low
Mrs. Fannie ADDleton Lowell. Mrs. lulia IT.
Additon and all other persons interested in said
matter are hereby notified that on the Hth day of
July, lbln, K. B. Windham hied in said court a
duly authenticated copy of the last will of the
said Samuel A. Holbrook, together with the pro
bate thereofrby the probate court of Cumberland
county. Maine, together with his petition, alleg
ing among otner mines u at Samuel A. Hol
brook died on the 24th day ot August, A. I). lH'.tti,
leaving a last will and testament and possessed
of real estate situated in the county of Cass and
state of Nebraska, valued at f9.UK), and that the
above named constitute all the persons interested
in the estate oi sam deceased, and praying that
said will mav be probated, allowed, hied and re
corded and that administration be granted there
under in this state. Von are hereby notified that
1XS7, at 2 o'clock p. m. to con-
iots filled "with the various bands of
musio, dens of wild animals, and gaily
dtessed ladies and gentlemen . on
splendid caparisoned horses, made its
appearance. The delay was Caused
by a rather late arrival of the circus
trains which had a long run, from
Boscobel, Wis., to reach the city.
"The magnificent parade created
much favorable comment upon all
sides. The solid, elaborate and gorge
ously decorated vehicles and the
splendid appearance of the stock was
especially admired by the many thous
ands who crowded the sidewalks and
even packed the roadways.
"The performance this afternoon
drew out many thousands to the exhi
bition who are being very much en
tertained by the splendid three ring
program that is rendered.
"One great innovation is the open
ing at the top of the main tent which
is cut away in such a manner that the
cooling breeze is readily admitted to
the interior, but by no means can the
rain or sunshine interfere with the
performance, or the comfort Of the
audience. Notwithstanding the tor
rid temperature of the afternoon it
wa cool and pleasant in the tent.
Big crowds will attend tonight."
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1897
Now you will see the finest the world's
best, largest and foremost exhibition,
MrAYIHIam Sells, tne Gliamplon
The foremost of all bareback
equestrians, acknowledged by
press, the public and the pro
fession the most remarkable
rider today in the world!
A Dozen Other Noted Riders
Messrs. William Dutton, Jas.
McElroy, Howard Queen, Jas.
Barry, ' Perclval Robinson;
Misses Mollie Murray, Eflie
Dutton, Kate Davene, Minnie
Miller and other famous bare
back equestrians and eques
tiennes of world wide reputation.
A New And Useful Method.
George Weidmann has a novel
method of preventing ants and other
insects from destroying bis cake-, pies.
etc., and he is anxious that the public
should benefit by his experiments.
For some time past George has been
the crumbs of bread, whereupon
Judge Crites remarked that with
such boarders, the hired girl would
have few remnants of meals to throw
W WW . a.
away. Wnue in tne parts, we nau a
view which commanded admiration
To the south-east, towering in ma
jestic splendor, with summit far above
floating clouds, and clad iu robes of
everlasting snow, stood Mount Hoed,
11,225 feet above the level of the sea.
and about the same distance above.
when we 6at on a rustic seat. A little
to the north-east, but apparently
further away and whose summit is
said never to have been ascended.
with snowclad peak arose Mount
St. Ranier. Then further 10 the north
aud apparently only a short distance
from Ranier and with Mount Hood,
forming a kind of semi-circle, from
our view, with its snow capped peaks.
and probate said will and grant administration
to William L. Lowell, or some other suitable
person, and proceed to a settlement thereof.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at Flattsmouth. Nebraska, this, the 27th dav
of July. A. V. im.
' UEORGE M. SPURLOCK.
L Seal J County Judge.
greatly bothered by these insects,
thousands of them inhabitaling his 8lood in silent, solemn, solitude, Mt.
sneives ana uenroying nis pastry. c, iti tt, ith.,t tn(:a h,it.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska.),.' i r. r-..,.
Uounty ot cass t s -
In the matter of the estate of Susanna Thomas.
Notice is hereby iriven that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the administrator with will
annexed of said estate, before me. County Judge
of Cass county, Nebraska, at the county court
room In flattsniouth m said county, on the id
day ol August. A. li. 1897. on the 23d day of ( 1c-
tober.lnyr.and on the 23d day ot tebmarv.l.silKTat
9 o'clock a.m. each day for the purpose of present
ing ineir claims ior examination, adjustment and
allowance. Six months are allowed for the credi
tors of said deceased to present their claims and
one year for the administrator with will annexed
to settle said estate, from the trd day of Aug
This notice shall be published in the Semi-
Weekly News-Herald for four weeks successively
prior to the Zkl day of August. IK97.
w ltness my nana and seal o' said county Court
Nebraska, this 87th day of
George M. Spur lock.
Iiurglarn Knter n Kellence.
John LlOetei, while at church last
evening with his wife, had his home
visited ly burglars. He resides in one
of the Scott houses, in the west part
of town. The house was entered by
raisiug a window, and the pantry in
vaded, boxes of blackberries turned
out on the floor and a knife and some
minor articles wore stolen.
- It was doubl-it-ss the work of tramps
or boys about town, who will get a
term in tho penitential y if their
identity can be established.
Sprnd a 1'leasant Day.
As yesterday was another warm and
pleuunl Sunday, a number of Platts-
mouth's young married people, to
gether with their cliildrenwjourr.eyed
out 't-i II. C. McMaken's pond, near
CViUr Crik-. to sp-'nd the dav. The
party was composod of Messrs. and
Medames Ed. Barker, Will Tippens,
Liogan Brown and Wm. Schmidtmann
A delightful day was the verdict of all
Ticket on sale via tho popular M.
i railway to all points in the south
and west at one fare for the round trip
plus $2 on the following dates only
Aujr. 3 and 7, Sept. 7 and 21, and Oct
5 and 19.
V. F. Stout EXitoRoup u Agent.
Subscribe for The Nkws.
After trying various ill-smelling
preparations to extinguish the pests.
Mr. Weidmann finally hit upon a suc
cessful method, wmcn can do prac
ticed in any kitchen with slight ex
pense. .He procured several fresh'
printed newspapers and placed them
on the shelves, and since that the
insects have made themselves very
scarce in fact, George now claims
that his shelves are entirely free from
tee pests. 1 be smell ot tne paper
was evidently too strong for their
Death of Fred Herrmann.
Fred Herrmann died at 12:50 this af
ternoon at bis home in this city. He
had been ailing for months with kid
ney trouble and knew that death must
soon overtake him. He kept his
place at tho B. & M. storehouse the
fore part of the week, and did not
give up until the dread messenger
had come in person to bear his spirit
to the other world.
He leaves a devoted wife and loving
daughter, together with a large circle
of personal friends to mourn his loss.
The daughter was in Wisconsin and
will arrive home this afrernoon in
company witu Mr. li. Jacobi, of
watertown, a brotner of Mrs. Horr-
man. xne time oi iunerai can not
be given until after their at rivt.1.
TiiKJNKws win contaiu a moro ex-
tedded notice of the deceased on Mon
JjATEK ine deceased win oe re
moved to Watertown, Wisconsin, for
interrment, leaving here at o:30 Kun
dav evening on No. 2.
lOO Reward 9 lOO.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
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with naked eye, in a moment of time
as it were, command a view of three
mountains, whose births marked some
irreat era or eras of volcanic eruption.
and whose rock bound summits for
centuries, have been concealed from
human eye, by perpetual 6now and
ice. But below was Portland, situ
atcd on both sides of the- beautiful
Willamette river, with population of
90,000, 50,000 west of the river, and
40,000 on tne east aide, the two sec
tions tied together and united by four
bridges, each about 1500 feet long.
Across these bridges, back and forth,
moved thousands of people on foot, on
horseback. In carriage, in wagons, on
railway cars, on motor railways, and
on bicycle. By the way, Portland
might well be dubbed the City of Bi
cycles. It seems that everybody in
Portland rides a bicycle. We Baw
young men and young maidens, little
children and. biff children, old men
and old women, Chinese, Japanese,
colored men and colored women. Bi
cycles are nearly everywhere adver-
vertised, "cheapest and bes?," along
the sidewalks they have a kind of a
"safety" to hold bicycles when they
or the riders get tired. The riders
ot these exhilarating modern inven
tions are numerous,thick and crowded
especially of an evening along the
many boulevarda of Portland. The
young, the middle aored, old men of
Bowing gray whiskers and silverv
Iocks, old ladies with gray hair, eol
den lasses with the blush nf.iik!
and youth upon the cheek.
The water reservoir of which I have
spoken is a sort of trysting. place and
rendezvous. Bicycles are here hitched
to the concrete walls in great num
bers, while the tired and thirsty riders
quaff cooling potations from the
waters of Bull Itun. It is not strange
that, in such multitudes of bicycle
riders,accidents will sometimes hap
pen. One happened the other day; it
By virtue of an execution issued bv tlmror
F. Houseworth, clerk of district court within and
for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me directed, 1
will on the ath dav of Aueust A. li. 1N!I7. at 11
o'clock a. m. of saiddav.at the south door of the
court house in the city of Plattsmouth. in said
county, sell at public auction, to the highest bid
der tor cash, the following real estate to-wit:
The west half of the north-east quarter of sec
tion 18, town 11. ranee 1U. The south-east uuar
ter of section 13. town 11. range 9, also the east
half of the south-west quarter of section 1:1. town
11, range 9. all in Cass county, Nebraska, to
gether witn the privileges aud appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise aDDertaininir.
The same being levied upon and taken as the
property of Harvey R. Waldron. defendant, to
satisfy a judgment of said court recovered by the
oaiiK oi eagle, piaintin. against f. t. and II. K
W aldron, defendants.
Flattsniouth, Nebraska. July 27th A. D:. 1897,
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Sheriff, Cass county. Nebraska.
C. S. Polk, Attorney for Plaintiff.
In county court. Cass cotintv. Nebraska? I
the matter of the estate of William W". Conn, de
ceased. Sarah Jane Clapp. Elizabeth A. Abbott.
William M. Conn, sena James, and all other
persons interested in said matter, are hereby
uotihed that on the loth day ot July A. li. 1-w
John r. Folk tiled a petition in said county court
praying mat nis nnai administration account
hied herein be settled and allowed and that he be
discharged from his trust as administrator.
and that it you tail to appear before said court
on the loth day ot August, l7. at o clock, a. m
and contest said petition, the court may gran
the Draver of said petition and make such othe
and further orders, allowances and decrees as to
this court may seem proper, to the end that all
matters pertaining to said estate may be finally
settled and determined.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at Flattsniouth, Nebraska, this, the 27th day
ot July, A. D. wi.
tSeal) George M. Spurlock.
100--Arenic Coampions 100
Champion aerialists in mid-air feats.
' Champion and sensational flights
Startling exhibitions by male and
Thrilling performances by Hindoo
Magicians, fire kings and vantrilo
Ill 8 60 S
See the Grand, Free, New Street Parade
At lO o'clock in the morning.
THE V ATI) MA COMPANY,
P. O. Itox, L 13. Chicago, 111.
Terrific, thrilling and fearful dive by Capt
Pierre Perrier lOO feet downward into a net !
Grand, glorious balloon ascension and
parachute descent from skies to earth.
All free, on the exhibition grounds im
mediately upon the return of the parade.
Two exhibition'daily, at 2 and 8 o'clock.
Doors open one hou r earlier to permit 6f -inspection
of of menagerie.
The Best Goods at Correct Prices
r- - . .
IF YOU WHNT
The Policy of the
Northern Life Association of Mar-
shalltown, la., is incontestible after
two years from date of issue.
Thero are no restrictions as to
change of residence or travel.
The company will pay one-half the
face of the policy in case of total per
Under the laws of the state of Iowa
governing Life Insurance companies,
an Iowa company is compelled to de
posit certain defined securities with
the state department, in trust for its
Den't'be a chump and waste your
money on worthless insurance, but
call at once on Jas. II. Thrasher, 412
Main street. Agent for Northern Life
Caits Connty Dairy.
li. F. Dein has again taken charge
of the Cass County Dairy and will be
pleased to serve his old customers and
also others desiring pure mil it. He
will also furni9h cream and butter
milk when desired. Your patronage
fails to cure.
CffSuld bylDruggists, 75c
illustrated the old and well-estah-
I lished theo.-v tb
v i ntHi.rn tij n I :
' I proportions and density cannot occupy
CJ"1 TROUBLES j
-Mv))tl I Many of the disorders peculiar to
y!iil women are caused by diseased con- c
S Iff i'f)L itions oi the Liver, Kidneys and
L' 1 1 I A Bowels. Restore these organs to a J
' lUI VI! J) Wealthy state by using - 1
lmV Dr. J. U. HcLEflH'S
L8UER AND KIDHEV BALXlj
It will assist the female organs to perform their regular
f functions, and the sufferer will be strengthened and cured J
f For sale everywhere. Price. Si.oo per bottle 1
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, mo.
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables,
The Choicest Groceries,
Finest Grades of Canned
Lower JXfain Street
A Full Line of Dry Goods and Notions
has just been put in.
The Best Goods at Correct Prices
W. D. JONES...
' Cass County's
Oldest : Liveryman,
618 MAIN STREET.
STILL IN BUSINESS.
JT1EST rij?s for Weddings, Punerala or Pleasure Parties, etc,
LM attended to promptly
rates. Telephone 76.
N. B. W. D. Jones j auctioneer all
Call and get
kinds of aoodw frt tocK
Semi- Weekly NEVJS-HERALD.
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