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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1883)
OPERA HOUsE BLOCK
Order taken for W ILHON RROHHIIIKTB.
AT SAGlTS OLD STAND,
TTIic EJest JLime of (Cook Stoves,
" dxasoliiie Stoves,
To be found In tne City. New good at ii1ces that defy conipetion. Give me a call
AMI US TTODIIMID.
IttLlHim) WjSlIHIIE STTCIWHI1E
Warranted to be as good as any cire made. "We also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STOVES ane
TINWARE, and nell as cheap as an- Hardware house in the country
K all and see us in the Rock wood I'luck.
lj Greatly Reduced Prices.
health I have
" 1 "IT 1
a uce siock. ii snaii sen ironi now
y at i rices, way below their actual
a ' mr
value, my stock
nimnrrDV it a cc
j.1J l7l-JLi Ul. M LiAOU
I MMDC RMfl TAD1 C PIITI CDV
m l Hiiro hhu iHutL UU11.U111.
II " Parties desirins anything in the
A the selection is broken.
I JlA2f U JrA CI U
ficilitio or heavy work; in Column
naased is the State.
AC1IINE REPAIUIXO of all kinds.
nil r'aascs of work in iron,
patronize raska manufacturing. We
ht nnd time. t f Sute
MASON & HAMLIN
ON LOWEIl MAIN STREET.
FOR SALE BV
ST. LO U IS. M O
my continued bad
concluded to re
1 1 II f
n$. nrri?i?xrcw adi?
ZPz? AJ JUXl k3 JlXIJLJ,
above line, should call early, before
and Castings for Business Houses ara
Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
duplicate all easterr prices, saving
ghouIJ write for OUJ. t,.rm8 of cangg
1 1 v m vn
The Plattsmontti Heral Ptilisliiift Co.
REPUBLICANS IN COUNCIL.
The Sttfte Convention As
sembles in Lincoln and
Nominates a Strong
Full Particulars of the Bal
lot for supreme Judge.
The convention was culled to order
by lion. U. W, E, Doraey, who rvad the
ch.I under which it hud asaciu bled, and
invi'ed nominations fur iriiiporary
llou. A. J. Weaver presented the
name of Church Howe, of Nemaha.
1 S. Hoscall presented the name ol
Champion S. Chate, of Douglas.
The chair man proceeded to call the
roll, and the ballot was takeu with the
As the vole progressed, cheers greet
ed announcements tor Howe, uud be
lore half a dozen counties had been
jailed it was a foregone conclusion
that he was elected.
At the conclusion of the vote, Colo
uel Chase made a few remarks apropii
ate lo the circuiuatauces, and moved
that the elecliou of Church Howe he
Mr. Howe came forward, wad intro
duced by Chairman Dotsey, aud ac
cepted the trust in a Uriel sentence of
W. II. Michael, of Grand Island, was
eleutid temporary pecretary-
J. C McBride, of Lancaster, moved
the appointment of a committee on cre
dentials. Chairman Dorsey suggested that the
central committee had prepared a full
list of delcgats, there being on contents
aud suggested that it be substituted
fo r the report of the committee.
Col. Chase moved that the temporary
organization be made permanent. Car
r.eii. C. II. Gere of Lancaster, moved the
appointment of a committee ou plat
lorm, which was adopted. The follow
inK gentlemen were appointed : Gere of
Lancaster, Weaver, ol Richardson, Wat
son of Otoe, Shedd of Saunders, Scot:
of Buffalo, Valentine of Cu tiling, Dolan
l Ked Willow, Cole of Hall, Nye of
J. II. Krvin, of l'awuee, moved to
proceed to the election of a candidate
tor justice of the supreme court. Car
Hames, of D.mglas, Lamb of Lan-asti-r,
Tetl't, of Cass, were appoint! rt
Various gentlemen presented th- foI
towing candidates for the nojuination :
C. II. Bitbe-efc. of Gage, Y. (i. Huiir,
r Buffalo, M. I. Itei-se, of S;uim!t-is,
i F. Warrin, of Otoe, G M. Hiim
ohrey, of l'awuee, X. K Grii;gF, of
Courtney of Lancaster, seconded the
nomination of liauier, in the name of a
: "r'ion of the delegation from that
ii.i--cal!, of Douglas, made a state
ment ou behalf of Judge Lake, stating
(hat gentleman was not a candidate at
present, aud would only he considered
tiling to accept the position as a result
of a failure of the convention to agree
upon any of the gentlemen who had
The ballott then proceeded with the
Wan en 79
A second balloi was had resulting:
Chat man 13
The president announced no choice
and a third ballot was ordered:
Lakers...... ............. ,
No choice. A raotiou to - adjourn
for one hour was lost by a large ma
jority, and the convention proceeded to
nazes .v. . . :r. .. .
Warren 10 1
Another faint effort to adjourn was
W I) Mathews of Holt, wns appoint
ed absUtant secretary.
In this ballot Gage was passed, and
at the end voted for Griggs. At each
interval between ballots the convention
grew more animated, but up to this
time uo impatience had been express
ed, though it was evident that many
delegates were becoming anxious to see
the dead-lock broken, lhe caucusing
grew lively, but the eighth ballot start
ed off in the stereotyped way. It rt'
Lancaster and l'awuee Counties where
passed. The former gave Kcete eleven
votes. Warren three. Hamer 10 l'aw
uee voted lor Lake. Alter uu interval
of Hliiitit confus ion the convention
proceeded to the
At the opening of tins ballot several
counties chuDged from their foimer
vote. Burt leading off for Lake, and
being followed by beveral others Doug
las voting solid for him Hamer s
friends stuck to him till the close of
the roil call, when it was appaient 'hat
Lake had absorbed Wart en's strength
Hartinau, of Buffalo, announced the
change of that county from Hamer to
Reese. This Ya9 followed by a storm
of changes as all of Hamer's frienus
followed, Lancaster going solidly with
twenty tour votes for Reese. Amid
tremendous enthusitsm the nomination
of Reese was made unauimoua.
It KG EXT OF TUE UNI VKKSITY.
Ou motion two regents were allowed
iroin eacu congressional uistrict; aa
the first already hai her quota, uorai
nations weio made iu the sttcouO,
which resulted in the .selection of Al .
J. Hull, of Clay county for the lonir
term, and J. M. Hiatc, of Harlan coua
tv, for the short term.
For the third district, J. T. Mallalew,
of Buffalo county received tie nouiina
tiou for the long term, aud E. 1'.
Holmes', of Pierce county, for the
It was ordered that delegates from
the respective senatorial districts name
their committeemen uud hand them to
the chairman, which resulted us fol
lows: CENTKAL COMMITTEE.
Chairman Geo W E Dorsey, Fre
mont. Fust District T W Peppoon.
Second Chuich Howe.
Third J S r. arris.
Fourth J C Watson.
Fifth S M Chapman,
bixtu C E 1 os 1 ud 1 b Hascall.
seventh J I T i;iurk.
Eigntu J W B ggs.
Ninth J 11 C'hou.
Teutii 1 A Euihardt.
Eleventh Geo A ilrooks. -Tweilth
W U Mathews.
Ihuleeiilh J W Early.
Fouriceth J C Rubberts.
Fifteenth Henry A.idersou.
Sixteenth C I) Whecdon, ii II kVes
cott. Seventeenth E A Puller.
Nineteenth C s Miller.
Twentieth O W Ba.tzley.
Twenty first W 11 Somers.
Twenty-second M J Pcmbertou.
Twenty-third R W Moutgomeiy.
Twenty -fourth John D Hayes.
Tweuiy-lifth Joshua Cox.
Twenty sixth C C Robinson.
Tveuty -seven th B D Slaughter.
Twenty -eigth A L Wigtou.
Thirtieth N A Peitygrove.
'1 hn ty lir-t L E Stevens.
This- is not quite a complete list, but
is all that were handed to the secre
tary Sheriffs Sale.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by J. W.
Jobusou, e.iuatv judjje wltnia aud for Cass
c-unty , Nebraska, and to me directed. I will on
.Saturday, me btli uay ot October. A. 1. 1883. at
10 o'clocK a, in. ot ram Uay, ai tne south door
of the court houve iu the city of 1'laltsinoutli,
lusaid county . sell a public auction tbe follow
iuu personal uiopeny to wit :
Two bedste..de, 4 quilts. 2 sheets, 4 pillows. 2
straw ticks, 1 iare lamp. 1 table aud oil el th
cover. 1 ax, 38 yards carpet. 1 bureau, lounge,
2 pictures. 2 rock mir chairs. 2 caue neat chaira.
4 wood bottom cliairx, 1 brocket. 2 deer tieads.
1 Kite neu table, 1 table spread, 3 market bas
kets. 1 iot dishes, 1 cook stove aua tui uliure, 1
coal oil can, 1 water bucket, 20 p unds flour. 1
jug, 1 wash tub, 1 bucket lard, 1 clothes basket,
The same being levied upon and taken as the
property of Jobu Dougherty, defendant, to
satisfy a Judgment of said court by M. B. Mur
phy & Co., plaiDllrts,
riattsiuouth, Tiieb..Sept. 24th A. D. 1SS3.
K. W. H v KKS,
Sheriff Cas Co., ieb.
By M. McElwaln, Deputy.
MONET TO LOIN
ON REAL ESTATE.
Any party desiring to loan money on Farm
property can be accommodated at a low rate.
from three to ten years' time, and the interest
noi payaoie until it ias accrued. Inquire ol
1. U. UKAFEu,
1fd25w-tf l'ltt.uioiuh. Kfh.
Atthe down-town saloon.
OPPOSITE THE PERKLNSSflOUSE,
Keeps a complete ine of
"W I 3NT 3E3 S,
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and the best bra.ids of Kentucky
OyyoK IVdUasUiMiw, - Pr-rTfrtl'TtHI
JOHX KlTlcnALI, A. V. MrLAUOIILIN
OK I'l ATTSMOUTII. NhltllASKA,
Oilers tbe very bent facilities for the prompt
trauxaction of legitimate
Storks, llondv iiold, ;ovvrtniient and Ica
heeurit ten Bou-.lil and Sold. Drposlli receiv
ed and Interest allowed 011 lime Certlll
calei. Uraft" drawn, available hi any
p.'Ulof I lie lulled htatea mid all
the inlnelpul towim of
Collections made & promptly remitted.
UlghrMt market prices paid for County War
rants. State ai.d County ISond.
John Fitzcemid A-
John it. Cl.-u-K. K.
Cleo. K. Iovey, K.
A. W Mcl.auKhlln.
L. REED, I'resideut.
A. CIIWON, Vlce-rresident.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier
A General Banting Business Transacted.
Received, aud Interest allowed on Time Certi
ficates. t ItA I'TH
Drnwn available in any part of the Unite
States aud all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celtbrated
Mini Liie of Fleamers.
Sank Cass County
Cotner Main and Sixth Streets.
3 JOHN BLACK. President.
1 J. M. PATTKltSON, Cashier. (
Transacts a General BaniinE Bnsiness
HIGHEST CASH TRICE
Paid or County and City War. -ants.
and promptly remitted for.
Jol r. Black, J. M. Patterson, C. II. I'arn el
K. K. ftuthmnn, .) . Morrinsey, A. B.
mith. Kred order.
cnoiuifitry has discovered noiemedy ujiptrio
to Iraica f i- heaiinu external eruTiTions. I'r imt
I y prepared and combined, it has.no equal aa a
The liitbest comlen-
satiou 01 arnica. Will
speedily cure cliai -
ImmI liands, crn'k ii
iiH iind rouliii-
or the skln,wnetner caused iron, c midtie mtii
eneos or the use of HI'KTFtJ COS.MKT14 .
Wi.l cure pinipleH on Incu hiicI jie k, rend, rirj
one skih oit ana ia r. invn uame in 5m
KIiouiii. A lamily remedy for cuts, burns, bmist
a .u sores. I'ICi c li AN AiKTAL Wlih.a, ZOc.
IcutiMl. A I Kolnti
lv nure. Keeim tli
Km rrm cnanplns and imparts to It life em
,1 luMillhy eioiv. Unrivulled for cleaning tli
h p and eradicating dandruff. Tho most per
ci-t toilet soap in tne world, i itil-n., cents,
A nif dicated articl
of rare merit. J 're
vents all Dltnulei,
littal n furc in--n i trt
l.AKKSSII ll.(i a I'l- l.K.IIl'.
Knd .raetl by loadin Burbers. wlio av of it,
'Without parallel as a shaving Koap." liicb in
itlier and lasting. Keeps tbe face and neck free
t om pmiplea. 1 .atr. iocts.for a large cake
Is without question
tne roost pent ct ar
t cle ever produced
as it not only clean
es the t-etb thorouRhly. I ut tho conabin'itior
wi h arnica nrenarvefi and hardens the enms. 1
frives t the bre-.Ui a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste ia deliehtfu . Prlee, 25c a box.
All druggists se 1 the above articles, or we Trill
man inem, postpaid, cu receipt oi price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manfrs., Chioagt
WILL J. WAl.'RICK,
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gerteral jobbing
I av now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and other maciflnexy, as taere
Is a good lathe In my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken cbarge of tne waeon snop.
He Is well known as a
NO . WORKMAN.
New Watonx and Boesrie. made t
1.1 miriin- &i
FALL & WINTER GOODS
KMliUACINU AX ELKO A NT VARIETY OF
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
We lou't euro tunuikc any t'oin
nients on our line in this tlejuirt
ment, for we know the hulies are
mueli better judges than we are,
though our best endeavors were
used to get the latest htyle and
the handsomest materials in the
market, and we left nothing un
done to iind for the ladies a line
ofsroods inferi'-r to none to be
found, and at priees that will sell
all we can handle this Fall.
In Plain, Hrocade and Fancy Fabriqucs.
The Newest Shades, Cheaper Than Ever Before
UnoiOM In t,lis 3-partment we
UUululJf. oiler a collection of La-
dies' Gents' and Children's goods,
which for variety and cheapness
has ntver been equalled.
The largest assort-
, ment ever opened
here. We have the best inukes,
and cheaper than ever before. An
excellent Ladies' AVhite Merino
suit for $1.00. Ladies' Scarlet all
wool at $2.75 a suit.
Itnssinn Circulars, Paletos, etc.,
The Latest, lhe Best, lhe IToMest
Styles ever shown here; rices ranging from 5 to SOT.
Carpets, Mailings and Oil Cloths.
On these Goods we are Headquarters
One Door East of Firtt National I'ank.
THE ELKHORN SALOON
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
01(1 Kentucky Wliisliies,
MUMM'S EXTILV DliY CHAMPAGNE,
ST- LOUIS BEEP.
Ik JLiIKTE of GXGilllS
ALWAYS IN STOCK, AT
(Chicago, Bui-:fren &. i-u
COINC EAST AND WEST.
line Chairs (seats free), Smokias Cars, writh R-
rvoivmg t nairs, ma man palace bieepm? cars ana
jtb famous C. C & Q. Diking' t are run diuy to and
ji rum nMcago cc nansas uiuca?o s ouncu
Uiu3s, Chicufro & ben Moines, fntcago. St. Ju
epb. AtcLidoo t Topeka. Only Uirovyfli line be
tween Chicago, Lincoln & Denver. Throusi cars
jbtween Indianapolis & Council Bluffs via Peoria.
iAJl connertions ma,1e In Cnlon Depou. It is
iknown as the great TIXKGUGII CJLB LIKE. 1
i rinesi tquippea Kaurosa in tne world Tor an Classes of Travel I
rr. J. rOTTCn. Vice-Pres"t and Gen'l Manager. PEECHViL LOWELL, Gea. Pasm. Ag't, Cbaj?o.'
Blank' ts and Comfortables,
We are able to give von bottom
jtriees on thee goods. Our ftock
is large and new, and you will
have no trouble in iniiktug w se
Our stock of Yarns comjtnVeH
everything in Western aud (Jer
man knitting; also," full lines of
(iermantowns, Saxonies, ete,
We carry all the lead
ing brands, from the
bent to th' cheapest, and make the
prices right with you every time.
The beet 5ie Corset in tin- oily.
Sole agents lr J'.dlV Health and
N uiing Corsets, WarneiV Hip D
and Thomson's Glove Fitting.
Ladies' Muslin lit ilei wear.--
In lins lire we carry lothiiig
but imule l'n m the lest n i tlin,
and finest ti in.nr.nL:s. J nil line.
COINC NORTH AND SOUTH
- - t J 9 U'
man I'alac fclfpinj Cars are run daily to and
I irom St Loui. via Hannibal. Quiucy. Keokuk,
uufiuii'iuu. us.it i. apian uu Aioerx txa to ol
Paulad MiiiDcavxiUH: Parlor Cars with Itlinim.-
Chairs to cni 'rom H,t. Louir and PirLi and tr.
and from St. Louis and Ottumwa. Only onol
- f- " fcrL.nvu w. iAyjn (III 1 uvu
It Is universally admitted to bo tUo
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