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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1884)
Uticklou'M Aiiilca Knlvr.
Tlio liefct Silvern the world for Cut.,
HruneH, Sore, UleirH, Salt Klietirn. Fe
ver Borea Tetter Chapped Hands Cbill
laim Crn.H ami ull Nin Eruptions und
positivly cur! I'll'-' r i" p v required.
It is gauant-ed to iivc pericet f-sitin-faction,
r morn y r landed. l'ri- ii5
cents per If x. f'or Sale liy d. Kob
ert's. Nov. 27 lb: ly
The Best Couch Medicine
In I he WorM.
to AM l'l.i: Hti:i: OF CIIAIKJK.
Call sit Warrick's drug store, ami
net a uiu.iple botth- of Ib-owu'd Expec
torant free .,f rbnrge. It cures Coughs.
l!oarsciu-. Wl.oopieg Cng:i and Con
sumption lu e ,r,y stages. II, 13.a
Htieiitir.' preparation, admirably adapt
ed lor the cure oi all Throat ami Eung
Diseases, li is i-lwivmt to take and
entirely harmless. Try it; it costs you
nothing. U-r-r .iy..- 1''t,rr5
and 81. 00. l-'..r h-dc- by YV.l. "
Free ! Free! Free I
NEW DISCOVERY FOIl PILES
A new remedy lor lrea.li - dis
ease has been discovers -I by Dr. Dening
A single application will convince tin;
most skeptical of its inot won lerf ui
healing powers. P.y calling on .J
Warrick drugl-i. you can obtain a
tsamplebox lreo of charge, which will
satisfy von of its curative qualities.
' " Jan.." Dxwly
Assorted tints of Diamond Wall lin
ish may bo found at Fisher's drugstore,
revolving sign. 49d&vtf
All parties knowing themselves to
Iks indebted to me will please call and
make lull settlement at once, s that
Hereafter we can conduct a strictly eaeh
busiucss. Please give this your imn.e
d50 w3w Rout. SiiEr.wcot.
In the rutnre
When you have a cough and want to
lief, think ol Kcnij.'s P.alsam lor the
Throat and L'tng-; a guaranteed reme
dy for those disease, l'ricc 50c and
$1; trial size free. Respectfully,
apr y 4m V. .1. Wauuick.
Twenty-ave cents in advance will
entitle you to u?o of tho l'latismouth
circulating library lor one rooath.
45d&wlm W. 3. Wakiuck.
Thow;v.k entitled "Twenty Years of
CoDTrcss" the most succinct and im
partial history of Congressional Legis
lation extant, will hr, if.cd from the
press in a few days. In the meantime
II. Li. K. Lincoln will call upon you
and take vr.ur ord-rs. j;dotwtt
For a handsome .suit, substantially
made, ia tho be.t ..' style, and rom
auv quality of good ou may select.
call on K. Drossier
In Sherwood Block.
Diamond Wall Finish, at I'lalu-r
This beai'.tul llir story bviek Ftnicture.on
ower Maid street, has just been l:iii: h' J and
tied up for the aecorr.-.n-vhoi ' !
Til A N3 IE NT CUSTOV. z;usm
It EG UL ATI 1 Q All D I : KS.:
EVERY TEIHG NEW A1ID CLEAH
Arr Pop in connection with the
UOSCL hZV llou.se.
tf. FIiED GOOS. l'rorr.
W. II. SIALIC K,
aifllii ana irifiib
SiaiT L ORITAHEHTAL
AH orders, left with m? wil:
roccive prompt attention.
CoU. FIFTH AN'i VINE STKEIiTS,
l'LATTSMOUTII. - NEBRASKA.
Br. Home's Electric Belt
Will cure Nervousnass, Lumbago. Klieuma-li-m.
raralysis. Neuralgia. Sciatica, Kidney,
Spine and Uver diseases, ('.out. Asthma. Heart
disease, JipeiM.i Constipation. Erysiielas.
Catarr 1. 1'iUs. Kiihpsy, I in potency, IJiimb
A"ue, rjolansu.H.rteri.ctc. Oulyscientiflc hlec
tne M-lt i America that sends the Electricity
and MainiftiMH through tht body, and can be
recharged in an ii-srat.t by the patient.
$1,000 !TosiIl IVot nj- It.
DR. IIokne I as aftlicted with rheumatism
lth thr isease. 1 would say. buy Homes
Electric r.elt. Any one can confer with me by
wrltiu or calling at y ore. iwiDt "8l St.,
a . . X. V I I.I.I A M 1 1 I J J a.
Main Okf'iCK Opposite Tost Ofllce, room 4
t For eal'e at C. F. (loodinan's Drugstore.
vi rarpam rncci. .,. . .
Orders filled. C. Q.l- Cld&wlm
At th-i dowc-towc saloon."?
rrosirs the terkens nousE,
Kee?3 acompleto Inelof
;nd cigars, bottled beer,
ale and porter,
DRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and tfco best brands of Kentucky
AT A U JUST A.
IJIaiiic is Oflicmlly Xoti.
Pah ol the Nomiiia
His SLeech of Acceptance.
A I'd 1"'IA AWAKK.
AujiHia, Me., June 21. Eaily Hub
luorniug the rtre. U beau to a-ume k
lively a' pejiranei', and long before th
tii :e i" r llo; coininiltce appoiuted b
t-Le irili. ;).:.! eonve.ilion to nnt il y Miami
oi his nomination to the presidential
eandidncy of the republican party to
pel form that duty, a considerable num
ber had collected around the Augusta
Louse, to aze with curiosity upon the
inembeis of the committee. A circus
being abo in town brought out vast
nunil ers of people, who, with the al
lied attrocvions of a national comrait
tec and a sw dust li.'i.', seeincd dis
posed to irake the i:i v geuernl holi
day. THE KECEITIOX.
Bl'raiuplly at 11 o'clock the national
ciiMt.ittec of notification proceeded 111 a
body to Mr. Blnne'd residcuce and were
received by Jlrs. Blaine. As tlie day
was rpr"rt3sivcly hot and the rooms of
the u.t.iion crowded almost to suffo
eatioi!, It was suggested that the prc
fcou:,iti n speech be made upon the
lawn. Accordingly the committee and
gnppts jroceeded to a well shaded por
tion ot :hc grounds, where a siml-cir-cle
was 1'jruicd, and all present stood
with uncovered head?, making a i ini
p:e3s"ne scene, the rustling of the
id in branches of the great elms
: ':::" r of insects lining ihe only
it 1 1 disturb the stilmesa. W hen
1 '.vi::, .;i readiness ilr. Blaine was es
rwd '; tlie la.vu, where he stood with
in the ai-.-'T the sem-circ!e.
(!in. II..:.d..rson t!ien stepped forward
.f the coiamittec, rc;.dig from the
Jlr. ll!a:r.e listened to General Ilen-
derson'.i address standing under tn
elm with Ids arms folded and hid eyes
usu illy ea-t down, but at tiiaei? wan-
derinjf aL-out and sevmiug tlie faces of
th audit-in:e Wlicn General Hender
son concl.ided speakiug, Witlker Jilaine,
the candidate's sou, stepped forward
and handed his father the manuscript
of his address in reply to that of the
committee. Mr. Blaine then read as
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the
National Committee: I receive, not
without deep sensibility, your otii-dal
notice of the action of the national
convention already brought to my
knowledge through the public press.
I pprcc:ate moie piofouudly than I
din txoress the lionor whicli ia implied
in the nomination for the presidency by
the republican party of the nation,
sakirrj through the authoritative
voice of duly accredited delegates. To
te selec'e 1 as a candidate bj such an
assembly, Lorn tie list of emimnt
statesmen wiiosa names were presented,
fills me with eiabai r:issnient. I can
only express my gr:uitndt for so sig
nal an h 'Uor ia my desire to prove
uort'i of the grf-;it l';it irpoged in
me. In a u pti.!.r t r iis 't'ioi. i- I
now do, I am iuipre.--f- :. 1 --m -pressed
with a sen-f o" ih-: labor ai.d
Jvsr.oiudldlilv which :u '.t a ts niv 00-
diion. The burden is lightened, l ow
ever, I y the host of e:ir::c?t n-.en mLo
sr.ppi5 my cindidaey, many of liom
add, as does your honorable connnii tee,
the iheer of perstal frieodship to the
pledge of political fealty. A more
formal acceptance will naturally be ex
pected, and will in due t-eaon be oni
municated. It may, however, not be
inappropriate at this time to say that I
have already made a .-airlul siudy of
the principles announced by the na
tional convention, an i i whole and in
detail they have my i.i-mitsi sinpthy
and meet my - unqualified uppiuva'.
Apart from your official errand, geiit'.e
rxten,I am extremely happy to welcome
you all to my house. With many ol
you I have already shared the duti.-b of
public service, and have enjoyed r.i..st
cordial frieudjhip. I trust your jour
ney from all parts of the great repub
lic has been agreeable, nnd during j-our
stay in Maine you will feel that jou
are not among strangers but among
friends. Invoking the blessing of God
ui on the great cause which we jointly
represent, let ua turn to the future with
out fear and with manly hearts.
At the contusion of Mr. 1 51 aine'st re
ply the members tho committee
were introduced to him indi vidu illy,
and an hour wn t-ic nt in si-ci.i! nod
informal conversation. Th" ni'-inoen
ol the commit let repaired to the icai
deuce of Colonel Osgood, where thiy
were entertained ut lunch. At 1 o'clock
they left for Portland, when; they have
a reception at 7 p. 111.
llefrigerators in all sizes at. Henry
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in thU i.-nne. I7tf
The best beef in r.ft eity ala;s e::i
be found ut l'eterson IJio-. iliM'Wi t.
In p!ireiia-iii; a reirigi-r.iior !! 11
ry IJievck's new stock a i l get iiees
before purchasing. o"tf
Ihst and Cheapest pbico to buy Wad
Panor, Lead, Oil, &?., at AVurr-iek'n.
get prices, see stock and be con vim" d.
New poods lust recen d.4iL Jiw-t
I'hil Young sells base ialls, ami bai t
at cost to close out stock.
The Ice Man.
Jos. Fairfield has established an of
fice at Monarch billiard hall, where he
will contract with consumers to supply
ice for the season at the lowest terms.
CORN COB pipes in every stylo
Diamond Wall finish, best and cheap
est, ready for use by adding hot water,
at Fisher's drug store. 49d&wtf
Plattsmouth will celebrate the 1th of
July at Fit.ge aid's forty south of the
city, and Phil Young has a full supply
of fire works. lol2.
Ayers sarsaparilla acquires n smaller
dose, and is more effective, dose for dose,
than an v other blood medicine. dOtwlt
61 cts. will buy Newport Ties.
75 cts. " " Leather Side Luces
100 cts. " " " Front Laces,
at Merges. wITtf
Money to let? 11 on farm lands.
Jan. 21wtr W.8. WifcE.
All contestants for the 25 premiums aCTeeat
ing above amount, offered by Blackwell's Uur
ham Tobacco Co., must observe the following
conditions on which tho premiums are to be
awarded: All bags must bear our original
Bull Durham label. U. S. Revenue Stamp, and
Caution Notice. The bags must be done up
securely in a package with name and address
of sender, and number of bags contained plain
ly marked on the outside. Charges must be
prepaid. Contest closes Nmwiber SOth. AU pack
ages should bo forwarded December 1st, and
must reach us at Durham not later than Decem
ber lCifu No matter where you reside, send
your package, advise us by mail that you have
done so, and state the number of bags sent.
Names of successful contestants, with number
of bags returned, will be published, Pec. 22. in
Boston. Herald: New York, Herald ; Philadel
phia, Timet: Durham, N. C, Tobacco Plant:
New Orleans, Times-Democrat : Cincinnati, l.n
qttirer: Chicaco, Daily A'evis; Saa Francisco,
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.,
Durham, N. C.
Every genuine package has picture of Bu.l.
jgSee our next announccraent.S3i
HORSE SHOEING & WAGON REPAIBINt
All Kinds of Farm ImDlements Mendel will
Neatness and Dispatch.
IIorse3 Mule & Ox Shoeing
n short, we'll shoe anything that lias
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
Filth St. between Main anl Vine SreHs
just across i corner from the Nkw MKKaI.Ij
Will BUY a10 ali kinds ,.r
Will advnrce morjey on all
on lower Main street,
One dcor west of Beck's Furniture sore
Plattsmouth. Feb. 1st. 1SS3 46tf.
E- XV- COOK. M. I.
ITIVMICIAN AMI SlIKiJ.DN,
OrriCE At I'lsiiKu'K Dem bTuKic.
c;b:. s. nmitsi,
ATT '.KNKY AT LAW. Will tr:tic- in all
t'ourt of ihe Jitate. Ollice in tileild liloek.
M.TISM)L'l II, - NKHH.KA.
Al.I.KN llKKSON . A. N. Sl'l.l.l VN.
llKF.SO.V &, Sl'l.l.l A.,
ATTOKNKYS AT I,AW. Will Rive prompt
attcnliou to all biiHiness Intrusted to them. ()f
lic in L'uiou l;lock. East .tide.
I-LATTSMOUTH - NKBltHKA.
FRANK H. WILSON,
Jtaseiueiit of Uatik ot Cass County.
COKNRIC SIXTH AND MAIN Sl'HKKTS.
33" O 3? -A Tr. T TJ 33 Xj TO
I'arti';nl;ir alfenlloyi five. I In tlie pi-epnralh'li
r paper rt fur Ca veals, r:teiil a:id Ki-lsl ration
! milt' Marks a:iil l.-iheis.
.farslieo of the peace.
Elm wood , Neb
Collect ins a sjieidiilty and gives
prompt 1 !")iin 1. ( audi est Elm
llt. A. MAL.IS1SL'1C"&.
JUceover Smith. lilack & Co's. Dru' Store.
Fiiat eia-is dentistry at reasonable niees. 23ly
ATTOHXEY AT LAW & NOTARY PURI.IC.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NK2RASKA
Agent for Steamship lines to and Irom Europe.
I;t. W. H. NtlllLDKSKCHT,
Ofilce, Corner Main and 7th Streets.,
I'LATTSMOUTJI, ------ KEHKAsKA.
DR. J. S. STDRDEVANT, M. D. ,
PUYSICIAN AND SURGEOX.
AtteL ; calls, dy or night.
w23tt Eight Milk Gkovf.. Nkb.
IC K. UhTOX, 91. ..
rnvsiciAN & BUEGKO.N.
OFFI E HOURS, from 10 a. m., to 2 p. ei.
Ex;uiiiu.i:ii Surgeon lor U. S. Pension.
1)K. M. MlLLKft,
PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON,
Can be found by calling at his offlce, coiner 7th
and Main Streets, in J. II. Waterman's house.
JAM. H. MATHIIIVN
ATTOKHEV AT LAW.
Oflict; over Baker & Atwood's store, south side
ot Main between 5th aud 6th streets. ltf
MTUUUU Jt CL,AKIt.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW. Will practice In all
the Courts in the State.
District Atlrrcj ami Xotani Public.
aiLL H. W1SK.
COLI.CTIOJ"S si. SiieCM L7 1 .
ATTOKNEY AI LAW. Iteal Estate. Fire Iu
curanee and Collection Agency. Oolce Union
bUx.'k l'liil tsnmuth Nebraska. 22u3
LAW OFFICE, Real IMate, Fire an I .: '1 -surauce
AKents, I'lattsmouth, Nebraska. . ii
leetors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles, buy and sell real eetate, neK'ti:ite
loans. &c. 15 1
ATTOKNEYAT LAW. Wl:l practice in Cass
and adjoining Counties ; gives ppecia! attentioi)
to collections and abstracts of title, tltllce in
Sherwood Block, i'lattsinouth, Nebraska,
tlOHKKT' it. W1NS1J1A21.
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
OHiee over Carruth's Jewelry Store.
Plattsmouth. - Nebraska.
2. A. KARTIGAi1
X A W Y "K K .
FrrzoKit a ld's Block. Plattsmouth Nkb
Prompt nud careful atter.Uon to
Dr. C. A. Marshall
(.Successor to Clutter & Marshall,)
Preservaiiou f natm-a! n:-ft!i a specialty.
1'eeth extracted without pain by use cf
Ail work warranttd. Pilces reasonable
FTT7.0KI'AL1 Kl.O-K. - rr.ATTKJiOUTH.N
PAINTERS & DKCOllATORS,
Lea-e y.uu- orders with them I"r
titli SJ ear Jlain.
Having taken charge of the Cot
tage House, I 6hall try to furnish all
patrons with comfortable quarters and
keep the tables supplied with the best
in tr.e market. Transient custom and
board by the day or week solicited.
3) ' "
mayl7dtf. ED. FRAZIEBj
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