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THE HEUALD, Kstabhshed AprllW, 1S6I ( uonBOtiaatea Jan. 1.1895.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., AUGUST 7, 1897.
VOL. V. NO. 92.
LOUISVILLE BOYS IRE VICTORIOUS.
Treat the Blencoe, la.. Team With
a Complete Shut-out.
Tom l'jrnil-i Kami of Hall, riayera Pat
I'm a Kin (iante, Makine Hat Two
K.rror -Flefnre Of the Game Marred
liv a I'ont liinouH thowtr of Ktln A
- P.rier leK-rlit ion Of the Game.
Tom Parrnele's colts added another
real p to their long string yesterday
when they defeated the Illoneoe, la.
team by a score of 7 to 0. It was a
pretty game, although I'.lencoe never
had a chance to win, as their inability
to hit Jamicson prevented run got-
ling. And Jamicson is about the
best article in the pitching line that
has happened for many days in thesa
parts. IJis work yesterday was sim
ply superb, ho allowing Blencoe but
on scratch single and striking out
seventeen men. In that may be read
tho story of the game. LI is work was
bucked by clean and sharp fielding
which Louisville can bo depended
on to nut up when it is needed. Blen
coe was also in evidence when it came
down to pitching, as Turner held the
heavy hitting colts down to twelve
hits which were scattered through
Ihonino innings and performed tho
feat of striking out nine men including
tho old veteran, Jones. Had he been
supported as well as Jamieson the
score would h-ivo been closer. The
visitors plnved irood b.ill, but their
fielding was olT at critical times. Many
of them seemed troubled with nervous-
i cs and fumbled the ball when clean
li'iuling w:is highly important.
Blencoe epened tho I all in tho lirst
when Itoonei ti uck out. Bob Brown
boi.-ted a fly to left which l'Vlz cap
liiivu iH-.d tin n Shafer cot into the
game by m.ikintr the hit of the .season.
lie butted a Call to Fcihart so hot that
that estimable gentleman could not
handle it and failed to get him cut.
Turner ended the agony with an out
from Clement to Reihart. The re
maining innings were simply repeti
tions of the first for Blencoe except
that never again did th ceo tho
ball. Jamieson got down "to work,
and the wny the ball came to the
plate was a caution.
In tho entire nine innings twenty
nine men went to bat, and only one
man got beyond first base. For Louis
ville, Clement punched out a fly into
right which the fielder dropped, and
Jamieson followed with a three-base
hit which .scored Clement. But Jamie
son's hit didn't win him much. Shafer
had his eye on him and when the
long pitcher wandered oil too far he
slapped the tall to Brown and Jamie
son wis out. Jones made a single and
went to third on liooney's fumblo of
Irwin's hit Reihart struck out and
Adam fouled out, ending the inning.
In Ih second I'armele went out from
Ueiir to T. Brown, nnd 111 ug fouled
out. Then Fetz mide a hit of his
life. Hi? landed square on one of
Turner's curves and lifted it clear out
of the lot. When ii came back to the
diamond Fetz had completed the cir
cuit ami added another tallv to the
list. Cli mcnt ended the inning with
an out from 'Turner to T. Brown.
Jamieson tingled in the third and
Jones advanced him to second with a
sacrifice and he went to third cn a
passed ball. Irwin singled and Jamie
son scored. Irwin went to second on
Reiharl's single, and both men ad
vanced a peg on Adams' sacrifice.
I'arme'o could not do them any good,
however, and made tho last out.
I'llug opened tho fourth with a single
and went to third on Fetz's hit and
scored on Clement's single, as did
Fetz Clement was advanced, two
bases to third on errors, but was left
there, as Jaruicfort went out from
short to first, and Jones and Irwin
struck out. In the sixth Fetz struck
out and Clement singled. He stole
second and scored on Jamieson's sin
gle. Jamicson was caught by Turner
-af second base, and Deur completed a
double play by throwing Jones out to
first. In the eigath Pflug struck out
and Fetz went to first on T. Brown's
error, but was caught at second.
Clement singled and stole second. lie
went to third on' Ilooney'9 fumble of
J.imieson's hit and scored on an error
of T. Brown. Jones for tho second
timo struck out and ended the game.
While the score wes one-sided, it
does not detract from the merits of
the Jilencoes, who can play fast ball.
They aro the equal of any other team
in the amateur lino around here, and
thoir defeat is almost wholly duo to
inability to hit Jamieson. They are
a gentlemanly set of players nnd un
derstand tho game thoroughly. There
was a fair crowd "present, although
the rain fell continuously, and marred
the pleasure of the game.
Score by innines:
Louisville 1112 0 10 1
Farned runs Louisville. 5.
Three base hit lamieson. -Home
Bases stolen Clement. 2: Parmete, Jamiesou.
!iuble play Turner to Deur toT. brown,
liases on balls Ott Turner. 1; ott Jamieson, 1.
Hit hv Ditcher Bv lamieson. 2.
Struck out By Jamieson. 17; by Turner. 9.
Passed balls Jones. 1: Shafer. 1; llrown. I.
Sacrifice hits Jones, Adams.
Out in Colorado it has been rainii g
every day for a week, and the damage
cnu-'d by tho hard rains in the vici-
hity t f Denver reaches into thousands
of dollars. .
At tho silver Mass convention in
Weeping Wr.ter Monday Mike Mor
rissey of thi9 city was chairman, M
Davis of this city secrerary. Mike
Cavey pushed tho button and John
Leyda did the rest.
II. D. Travis was chairman of the
democratic county convention and D
C McEntee was sccrotary. Quito a
contest ensued over the election of
chairman of tho county central com
mittee botwoen Dr. Hungate, Chas
Grimes and D. C McEnteo. Ilungato
was elected by a closo vote.
In printing tho fusion ticket yester
day, we forgot the name of Fred 1'at
terson for surveyor. Fred has been
running for that office ever sinco the
Indians were fired off of Gospel Hill
andjthe habit of being defeated, has
become so fixed, that to elect him
might cause an attack ot heart fail
ure. Republicans must seo that Fred
Phil Thierolf blossomed out as
first-class medicice mixer Monday
The pops wero to have coronor and
the democrats surveyor on the deal
but Phil wanted Sattler for coronor
and he said he would trr.de surveyor
for coronor and give 81.50 to boot The
democrats agreed and Phil went over
to the pop circus where the situation
was explained and tho swap made in
short time. Phil was the only demo
crat on the grounds that day who
scored a point.
A Mperial Meeting:.
The city council met in special ses
sion last evening to consider the com
promise of tho water company suit.
and an ordinance in settlement of the
matter was passed, which will bo
found in another colum. Walter
White has been a careful guardian of
the taxpayers' interests, and from tho
first he and Sattler have opposed any
extension of tho franchise as being
inimical to the best interests of the
public. The fact, however, being
well known that the city eould not
hope to win the present suit entered
largely into controlling the members
who voted to stop the fight at once.
Time will tell as to the wisdom of the
council, and if it should prove bad for
the city the zealous efforts of Walter
White, seconded by Sattler and Heisel
will not be forgotten. Had the city
authorities placed any confidence in
the water company's attorneys here
the matter would have been settled
up long ago. One fifth of the tax levy
of the city has been required to pay
water rentals, and it certainly looks
as if some relief was due. ,
A Fine Jewelry Store.
Henry Boeek, who owns tho best
business corner in the city, recently
placed a partition in his room and put
in a fine front on Sixth street for
Streight & Saltier, who crowded their
slock in;o the rear room, thus using
the new Sixth street front. Tho cor-1
ner room, with its eleraivt windows
extends .back sixty feet, and is al
ready occupied by Henry Snyder, who
has put in ono of the finest lines of
jewelry, watches, clocks and fancy
stationery to oo found in the stale.
The fixtures are of polished walnut,
and instead of shelving rich walnut
cases with glass doors grace the sides
of the room. Omaha can not boast oi
more elegant quarters, and Henry,
having proved himself - a fine work
man and good salesman, wilt no doubt
continue to have a flourishing trade.
He will continue to sell goods at
prices below Omaha, and hopes to
merit the best ciass of trade in high
Letter From A. II. Wecklmrh.
" WIEN AUSTRIA, July 16, .1897.
Kditor of The News: As I promised
to write you when I went away, I will
now try to keepray word. I left New
York June 17, in a palace steamer,
and was on the ocean eight days, but
never missed a meal. I landed in
Hamburgh, whore I stayed two days
and a half, and then went to Berlin.
I tell 3'ou. that's the town for 3our
"whiskers." 1 stayed there three
days and saw many things I had never
seen before. It's a fine city, with line
people. I then went to Stutgart,
which is an interesting city; from
there to Manheira, and then down
the Rhine, and if there is a heaven
on earth it is along the blue waters of
the beautiful Rhine. No one drinks
water here it's all wine, and the fin
est kind, too. Tho scenery between
Manheim and Kolln Is grand, I tell
you. From the last place, I went to
my old home where 1 was born. In tho
little village of Waldhausen. After a
nice visit there I went toWurtzberg,
Darmstadt, Muenchen, Sstrasburg, the
cathedral town, and I am now at Wien,
(Vienna) the city which is said to have
the most beautiful parks In the world
I will stay here a few days, then I
go to Carlsbad, and from there to
Switzerland. 1 will be home in Sep
tember, and then can tell you better
than I can write of my trip. Tell Bar
ney Miller bis St. Bernard dogs are
coming by telegraph, to iook out for
With best regards, I am yours.
Hi nieneekers Excursion.
Tickets on salo via the popular M.
P. railway to all points in the south
and west at ono fare for the round trip
plus $2 on the following dates only.
Auc. 3 and 7. Sept. 7 and 21. and Oct.
1 5 Hnd 19.
, C. F. Stouten bo ROUGH, Agent.
INFORMATION AND OPINIONS.
The Nebraska City News, the demo
cratic organ of Otoe county, is opposed
to fusion. If it will come uo this way
and sample the boud dished out by the
fusionists it will have ample reason for
declining that sort of aid.
Chief of Police Melick of Lincoln
Uncle "David McCaig was in town
yesterday and the fact that ho had a
conversation with Dr. Jekyl (Chap
man), leads us to think that the
democratic management has been
given up in disgust, and that the
Dops are now to be the object of his
kindly care. This means several
more votes for the republican ticket.-
The silver dollar is today worth 43
cents, or would be worth only that
amount if it were not backed up by the
gold dollar. It continues to decline,
but the country refuses to go into
bankruptcy on that accouut,and every
day furnishes proof that the Bryan
theory of finance is thinner than moon
shine. Tho "furriners" have discovered a
tasto for buckwheat cakes, conse
quently "large amounts of the grain
and flour were sent abroad last year.
Tho government has established a
mail route to that part of the Klon-
dyko In Alaska Territory, whereby
the miners can hear from home
oftener than heretofore, and without
going 100 miles to a postofflce. Uncle
Stm never sleeps.
Tho Union Pacific took a whirl at
record breaking Wednesday and sent
a train from North Platte to Omaha,
291 miles, in 275 minutes, this beats
the record for that distance, and it
will bo some time before this rate can
be excelled. The same train passed
through here via the M. P. for St.
Louis yesterday, carrying Uuion Paci
fic receivers and officials.
The terms of thirty senators will
expire in 1899. In the first senato of
tho United States there were only 26
senators all told. Ex.
In Montana 6heep are sheared by
machinery propelled by watcrpower.
California has a new grain harvester,
with a cutting fronjt of 52 feet, which
reaps, threshes and 6acks 180 bushels
of wheat an hour. Tho American
farmer is keeping up with the times.
The British navy has no, armored
vessels which will compare with the
New York and BrooKlyn. The visit
of tho Brooklyn to the Queen's jub-
lee has stirred them up and the First
Lord of the Admiralty has recommen
ded a supplementary naval e-.timato
to the house of commons for' four ves
sels of.t like kind, and says "they are
a necessity in view of other foreign
A tiraiul Opportunity.
There aro today thousands of young
people on tho farms and in theNvil
lages who aro tied down by lack of
education to work they heartily dis
like. Are you one of them, my friend?
If so, the Grand Island Business and
Normal College can put you on the
road to success if you aro ambitious
and willing to study. It makes no
difference how backward you are pro
vided you aro plucky and mean busi
ness. We teach everything necessary
for a successful start in life. If you
aro short of money wo will accept a
good note without interest for tuition
or if necessary wo will furnish every
thing tuition, board, and books nnd
give you time to graduate and pay
for same afterwards. Business, Nor
mal and Shorthand courses. Board
$1.50 per week. Established 12 years.
College Record sent free or cata
logue for 6 cents in stamps. This
is your chance of a lifetime. Will
you let it slip by. Add 1 ess.
A. M. Hargis, President,
Grand Isiand, Neb.
Excursion to Hot Spring. 8. I).
Friday, August 20, $17.15 for the
round trip from Plattsmouth. Tickets
good to return nntil Sept. 19. Take
advantage of the above low rate to
visit the Black Hills. Bathe in the
mammoth plunge bath at Hot Springs,
see beautiful Sylvan lake, make the
side trip to Spearfish and you will' re
turn home with the knowlege that no
where could you have had a pleas
anter holiday. For full information
call at B. & M. ticket office.
There la a Class of People
Who are injured by the use of coffoe.
Recently there has been placed in all
the grocery stores a new preparation
called Graino-O, made of pure grains,
that takes the place of coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives it
without distress and but few can tell
it from coffee. It does not cost over i
as much. Children may drink it with
great benefit. 15 cts. and 25 els. per
dackage. Try it. Ask for Grain-O.
The Nebraska Epworth Assembly
Will be held at Lincoln park, Lin
coln, Aug. 3-10. Every Epworthian
should attend. The program is equal
to the best of tho 1897 Chautauqua
programs. Tents may be rented at
small expense. Good boating. Plenty
of shade. Grounds under po'.ice pro
tection day and night. One faro ft r
tie iound tripvit the Eurlingtor.
Try Allen's Foot-T, ?,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen and hot, and get llrod easily
If you have smarting iSot or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ese. It cools
the feet and makes walking easy.
Cures and prevents swollen and sweat
ing feet, blisters and callous spots,
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives re.t and comfort. Try it to
day.- Sold by all druggists and shoe
stores for 25 cents. Tritl packages
free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, N. Y. ; r
Iid You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to bo peculiarly adap
ted to the relief and cure of all Female
complaints, exerting a wonderful
direct influence in givinestrength
and tone to the organs. Jf- you have
loss of appetite, constipat i-o, head
ache, fainting spells, or ai nervous
sleepless, excitable, meianenoiy or
troubled with dizzy spelhjl Electric
Bitters is tho medicine you noed.
Health and strength are guaranteed
by its use. Fifty cents and 1 at F. G.
Fncke's drug store. - '; 3
Kallard'a Snow Liniment
is a remedy that would b4.. in every
home if all knew what thousands in
all parts of the continent have learned.
Those who have used ordinary lini
ments aro amazed at what Sriow Lini
ment does and tho rapidity with which
it does it. Cures Lame Baej"., Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Soreness, Rruisen,
Strains Muscular Pains anywhere.
Equally good for Animals. R E.
Morse, Traveling Salesman, Galves
ton, Texas, says: "Two lott!es of
Ballard's Snow Liniment cured mo of
Rheumatism of three months stand
ing." When buying remember Snow
Liniment has no substitute. Price
50 cents. Sold by F. G. B'ricke & Co.
National Encampment O. A. Ii.
At the time of the National En
campment of the G. A. R. the Bur
lington route will sell round-trip
tickets to Buffalo, at less than the
regular one-way rate.
G. A. II. special train with through
sleepers for Buffalo leaves Omaha at
5 p. m. August 21. Berths reserved
and special advertising milter fur
nished on request. See nearest Bur
lington route agent or write J.
Francis, G. P. A., Omaha, Neb.
List of Letters.
Remaining uncalled for at the post
office at Plattsmouth, Aug. 4, 1897:
MiNanire. HG Peck. OK .
Sweeney. Robert Sluvely, Dan ..
Thcal. Mrs V y - - - .. -.
When calling for any of the above
letters please say "advertised."
W. K. Fox, P. M.
In the district court of Cass county. Nebraska.
In the matter of the guardianship of Adolph
Koseiibaum, insane. Notice lo show cause why
sale of real estate should not be confirmed.
To Adolph Kosenbaum and all persons inter:
e. ted in the estate of Adolph Kosenbaum. insane:
Vou and each of you are hereby notified that
uDon the 2ih day of August, A. D. lS'C I will ap
ply to Basil S. Kainsey, judge of the district
court of Cass county. Nebr.slta, at theolticeof
the clerk of thedistrict court of Cass county. Ne
braska, for an order connrmirg the sale of lots
one. two and three, in block thirty, in Platts
mouth, Nebraska, to August Gorder. and the
east half of lot one. in block thirty-three, in
Plattsmouth. Nebraska, to John V. I-.genbcrger
and Robert Troop.
Said sales were made by a irtue of a license
duly issued to me by the judge of the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska, on the'ith day
of Ma", A. I). l!-S7, and by virtue of notice of
said saie duly published and posted as shown
by proofs on tile in said cause in the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska.
And you. and each of you are hereby notified
to show cause, if anv there be. bv the said SOth
day of August, why aid sales should not be con
firmed. Dated this 4th day of August, A. D 1W7.
I. V. Johnson. Guardian. .
Byron Clark and C. A. Kawls. Attorneys.
To whom it may concern. " '
You are hereby notified that on the 4th day of
November, A. I)., IHUj, Fettibone and Nixon
purchased at public tax sale, at the court house
in Plattsmouth. Nebraska, for the delinquent
taxes of the year 1;4. amounting to $.;!, and
paid subsequent tax for the years 18ft." and 1MS.
which, with the interest, amounts to the sum of
75.l- on the following property: The south
half and northwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section 7, town HI, range 1-. east, assessed
in the years 1!4 and l!iK5, in the name of T. J.
Jameson, and in the year 1S!0 to Tidball and
r uiler. They also purchased as above for de
linquent taxes of 1SUI amounting to $!.(, and
paid subsequent tax for the years Ittlo and IH'.ni.
which, with the interest amounts to the sum of
f4.SO on the following: The southeast quarter
of the southwest quarter of section 19, town 12,
range 14, east, assessed in the years 1MI,
and IM)6, in the name of Annie O Kourke, all in
Cass county and state of Nebraska. The time
of redemption from each of said tax sales will ex
pire on the 4th day of November. 1WT.
Notice to llrltlge Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received at the office of the
county commissioners until noon on the ISth
day of August, 1U7, for the erection and com
pletion ol one iron bridge 44 feet long. 16 foot
roadway, needle beams, to be long enough to al
low a four foot sidewalk. Stringers and flooring
to be 3x12, solt pine. Bridge to lie built on iron
tubeing. Biddeis must furnish plans and
specifications, and a certified check for $liW must
accompany each bid. The commissioners re
serve the right to reject any Or all bids.
Dated July ), 18OT.
Attest: James Robertson, County Clerk.
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A wide stretch of 1 nd west of Mur
ray, also between this city wd Louis
ville was blessed with a soaking rain
yesterday that will settle the coin
question. Other portions of the
county are said to have been visited,
but noar this place only enough rmo
fill to lay tho dust.
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Cass Connty Dairy.
R F. Do in has again taken charge
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VltM nvue C rn 1018-20 walnut street,
nil UinC C LUi, Kausa City, Missouri.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF FURS.
ARE THE MOOT FATAL OF ALL DIS
EASES. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
is ii guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and
THIS GREAT REMEDY IS SOLD BV
SMITH & PARMELE, Druggists
ly, PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA.
STILL IN BUSINESS.
BEST rigs for Weddings, Funerals or PJeasuro Fat ties, etc. Hack order
attended to promptly. Terms reasonable. Gash preferred. Call iind gel
rates. Telephone 76. .
N. B. W. D. Jones auctioneer all kinds ol aoods and trm tttncV
T A splendid lin iusl received; slso the
0 most complete anH .'-.'riant line of Plain
A and Decorated Ctiinaware ever brought
to the city may be found at the store of
Fit st Door Blast of Court House.
The Best in Groceries. $
at Correct Prices
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables,
The Choicest Groceries,
Finest Grades of Canned
Goods and Notions m
been put in. M
ac torrect rnces
worth almost us
much today as tho
W. D. JONES...
Oldest : LJveryman,
618 MAIN STREET.
All the Latest opllances Known
to Modern -enlstry.
I C pecial attention iven to Fine I
1 t Gold Fillings and Flate Work. I
2?-Teeth Extracted Without Fain.
DENTAL, PARLORS ARK LOCATED IN
By direct, simple and iclentifle ac
tion operates on the BLOOD, muscles
and Joints taking the poison oat of the
BLOOD and oat of the system ; thereby
3TEURALG1A and KINDRED dis
eases. 1 per Bottle. All Druggists. .
THK ATHLOPHOK03 CO.. NW HaT"i&
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