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PL A.TTSMO UTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUY 1G, 1884.
Choice :FamIly Groceries, Carpets, Rugs, Etc-
THE "DAYLIGHT" STORE,
CENTRAL MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTII. NEB,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- -
We have got the largest and best selected stock of
Choice Family Groceries
in town and we will sell them just as cheap as we possibly can and
' not " bust. Our Stock of
QvLeertswcure cured, Glassware,
U not large, but the goods are First-class, and we will give you some
& low prices. "We pride ourselves on our
Teas and. Trices,
Which we take great paina in selecting and can guarantee to be of
the very best 4uality. - -
All you folks" who have been going away from home to buy your
groceries, come and give ns a chance to give you figures.
We Will Duplicate Omaha Prices.
For same quality of goods and on the same terms. Come and see
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x With many thanks for past patronage. I
BTite all to call and examine my
large Stock of
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KALSOMIKINQ. PAPER .HANGING.
Leave your orders with them fer
First- Class j Work.
FURNITUHE 3 COFFINSl
and all kinds of goods usually kept In a
FIRST CLASS FlKSlITCBE STOKK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods
Metallic&fooclenCofflns CasKets Holies
Our New and elegant hearse is always la
Remember the place, in UNION
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Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we mar be found night or day.
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JNatlOnal ItePUbllCail llCKet.
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOIIN A. LOGAN,
Call for Republican Judicial Convcn
The republican electors ot the second Judic
ial District of Kebraska are requested to send
ueleeates from tne several counties to meet in
convention at Pliittsmouth. Tuesday. August
19, l84. at to o'clock a. m., for the purpose of
Attorney, selecting a central committee and
such other business as mav properly come be
placing lit noimuation a canaiaatezior lJimrici
fore the convention. Tne eeverai counties are
entitled to representation as follows, being
based upon the vote cast for J. M. Iliatt. re
gent of the university, giving one delegate at
large, and one for every one hundred and fifty
voiea and maior fraction thereof :
Cass county 13
Lancaster county VI
Otoe county H
It is recommended that no proxies be ad
mitted to the convention, unless held bv ?per-
eoiis residing In the counties from which the
pjox'-es are given.
Piattsmouth, Heb., July 1,1884.
D. II. Wbeilkr,
J. B, Stkodk, Chairman,
Republican District Convention.
The Republican Electors of the First Con
gressional District of Mebraska are invited to
send delegates from the sever:U counties theie-
iq. to meet in convent! n at Beatrice on Wed
nesday, August 20, it 2 o'clock p. mfortbft
urpose or placing l.i nomination a cauaiaaio
or Conirress. and fur the transaction of such
other business as may come before the conven
tion. The several counties are entitled to repre
sentation an follows, being based upon the vote
cast for J. M. Hiatt, .Regent of the University,
giving one delegate at large, and one for every
one hundred and fifty votes and the major frac
tion tnereon :
oauuucia .it 1
Cass .. ..13
It is recommended that no proxies be admit
ted to the convention, except ench as are held
by persons residing in the counties from which
proxies are given.
v. a. holmes, un airman.
John Steen, Secretary.
Lincoln, June 26. 1884.
Inspector of rhe bar'l, Dr. Miller,
is out on committee worK, and will
shortly return'home and report.
Providence seems to be against
Messrs. Sherman and Cleveland, but
this paper is contesting with Providence
in order to secure a ratification, and it
is promised for tonight.
If the democrats have secured Judge
Savage for a ratification meeting in
this city tonight, it is well; we would
like to hear some of our democratic or
ators talk, but if they are suffering
from a torpid liver, a non political
man like Judge Savage will do.
The truth is that Mr. Cleveland is
not the heir to Mr. Tilden's political
estate. The Sun disputes the allea
tion, and the common sense of every
one joins in the denial. He lacks the
qualifications. No man need hope to
inherit the political estate of Samuel J.
Tilden without possessing his princi
ples, his reforming spirit, and his signal
power of gaining and holding the confi
dence of the democratic masses. The
New York Sun (Deni).
The editors and managers of the
Des Moines Leader were in attendance
at the democratic convention and they
will probably be glad to tell whether
any man by the. name of Samuel J.
Randall, of Pennsylvania, has been
kicked out of the democratic party"?
Also, wi;t ther the democratic conven
tion drorpsi the proposition to indorse
the Mon iaou tariff bill for a 20 per
cent, horizontal reduction like a hot
potato? ir ;;X City Journal.
Whi:.k enthusiasm for Blaine and
Logan ix at its bright, and woe stalks
with rxii j -slic raein among the startled
and scattered ranks of the disgruntled
democracy, we s' ill rip and roar anil
helpswtii the nfusion and intsrr-t.
We-waut it) divert the eitire attention
of the country to the state of its hea'th
long enough to &.ive us a chance to
steal away from the mob and get a qui
et momeut to lay in a supply of pota
toes and cabbages for winter. Topics
in State Journal.
THE IRISH AGAINST CLEVELAND.
The New York Tribune Troy Correspondence,
The enthusiasm of the Irish Demo -
crats of Troy in favor of Blaine and
Logan has received another impetus
in the nomination of Grover Cleveland
Saturday night the following dispatch
was pent to Mr. Blaine ut Augusta
"We, the undersigned, life-Ions' dem
ocrats, congratulate you upon thenom
ination or Cleveland, increased en-
thusiusai for Blaine among the demo
crats of Troy "
This was signed by Samuel Morris,
President of the Common Council: W.
C. Cozier, the editor of the Evening
Standard: ex-Mavor John A. Fitzcer
aid, Dr. l. E. Fennelly, John P. Kelly,
i .... .
Minhnpl Canturi'll. Mir-iiaol Allan Pa.
rick Conaty, and others. PsUent
AXXV4. HO Uiauu DWUIC CC1 IILXLL UHO I XX U
mauc some teliini' nits in a
speech before the Blaine and Logan
Irish Brigade. There was a storm of
applause when he referred to the way
in wiiicu a .Democratic Congress nad
snubbed Gen. James Shields, electing a
Rebel General as Sergcant-at-Arms in
stead of him. Mr. Morris wished the
people of the country to know that
the people of his race were voting for
Blaine and Logan, not as Irishmeu,but
as American citizens. He denounced
Francis Kernan a assertion that the
Blaine and Loan Irishmen were hot
heads. He declared them to be reading,
thinking men. ! know whereof 1
speak," said he, "for I have beeiideu-
tided with Irish organizations both in
New York and Troy for tweuty-fiyc
years.' seventeen additional members
signed the roll of the brigade.
President Morris was found at his
office this mora in sr. "If you want to
publish the names of Troy Democrats
who will vote for Blaine and Logan,"
said he, "I can givo you a thousand of
them.' To start with, there is John P.
Kelljr, for one, who was a democratic
candidate for Police Justice, and Al
derman Ryan, of the First Ward. Kel
ly is going to take stump. I want our
movement to gain as much publicity
as possible, so as to encourage the peo
ple elsewhere to come to the front. We
are sick and tired ot democratic rule as
seen in Troy and other large cities.'
We remember that Logan'a father was
a rebel in Ireland in '98. Cleveland
will only have a negative support, if he
. c n. 11 1 : t
lias mat, uuiii nio aixuipujr riujj ui wo
Democratic party in Troy. Cleveland
snubbed one of the discordant elements
here, which will have its efl'ect in bring
ing about the success of the republican
ticket. It is the young Irishmen of
the country who are now breakiug for
Blaine and Logan. They are not go
ing to follow in their father's foot3teps
by betting forever on a dead cock iu
the pit, so to speak. The tariff plank
in the democratic platform is another
reason why I predict a msjoiity for
Blaine and Logan in Troy in Novem
ber. The 5.000 men employed in the
down town mill3 are not going to get
upon that plank this year. Working-
men are studying up the tariff question
more than they used to. And here is
another 6traw. One of my workmen
attended a meeting of his trades union
last night. Ot the eighty men pres
ent all except one confessed themselves
in favor of Blaine and Logan."
The Journal in a meagre way has
ancouuo'd a ratification meeting to be
held this evening. This is well, and
the Herald is glad that it has been a
weak instrument in spurring our breth
ren to duly. Now if the demociatic
patriots will only a. tend and not leave
it entirely with the republicans to fur
nish the audience, we shall be still fur
the; delighted. Of course it will be in
order for Chairman UulTuer to preside,
and he should surround himself with
his cabinet or at least have M s rs.
Crites, Draper and Sherman on the
stage at convenu n distances to inspire
patriotism iu the masses. Of course it
wouldTiot do to have Bio. Connor, of
the Herald, upon the stage, but he
can be allowed a seat iu the gallery,
and Sergeant-at-arms Ramsey can keep
him in place. With this stage setting
and an imported speaker, we have the
utmost confidence that a successful
ratification may be held this evening.
Carry the news to Cleveland.
These is immense enthusiasm from
one end of the nation to the other, over
hn nciilf nf ka rhi9m finnwiitinn
It i3 a grand and universal ovation - to
Cleveland and Hendricks. Fremont
And still Piattsmouth and Cas3 coun
ty democracy are slouching around in
their tepees, vnd won't even exhibit
enthusiasm enough to ratify; although
we nave proffered them every . assist
ance. "Nat" isn't there a little rate
taKe aoout tins oration business over
the country? Isn't it a little cool up
in your country ? If it isn't some one
ought to be sent down to 8tir up the
animals here. We harn't ercn had a
side show yet.
Tns democrats put in nomination
two representative men:
Cleveland represents Monopoly
iienurtcks represents Disloyalty
The workmgmen will sit down on the
former and the old soldiers will 6hoot
the head off the latter. Chicago Trib
Tital Questions J ! I !
Ask the most eminent phytican
Of any school, what is the best thine
in the world for quieting and allavintr
an irritation or me nerves, ana curing
..11 . i s i -
I I WAVB F
Aud they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some furm of Hops! I "
Ask any or all of the most eminent
"What is the best and only reruedv
that can be reJied on to cure all diseas
of the kidneys and urinary orcrans:
such aa Briirht's disease, diabetes.
retention, or inability to retain urine.
and the diseases and aliments peculiar
'And they will tell you explictlv and
emphatically " Buchu III"
Ask the same pnyicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure tor liver diseases or dyspepsia;
constipation, migestion, billiousness,
malaria fever, ague, &c.."and thev will
tell you :
Mandrake I or Dandelion ! !
Hence when these remedies arc com-
binded with others equally valuable.
And compounded in' Hop Bittees.
such a wonderful and mvuterions
curative power is de veloped, which is
so varied iu its operations that no
disease or ill health can possibly exist
or resist its power aud yet it is hnrm-
less for the most frail woman, weakest
invalid or smallest child to use.
"Almost dead or nearly dyiDg"
ior years, and.-gav.s up ,.ray physi
cians. 01 liriiruts ana otner feidnev
idseases liver complaints, severe coughs,
caiiea consumtpioD, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy! ! !
From agony of neuralgia, nervou
sness, wakefulness, and various
digaeses peculiar to woman.
People draw out of shape from
excruciating pangs of rheumatism,
ihflammatory and chronic or suffering
"Saltrheum, blood poisniog, dyspepsia
indigesting' and, in fact, almost all
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which cau be found in every
neighboroood in the known world.
None geuine without a bunch
of green Hops on the white label.
Shun all the vile, poisonons stuff with
"Hop nor "Hops" in their name.
June 23 1884 dwlm
Call for Blaine and Logan cigars
wherever you deal, as they are the best
Dickie cigar in the market. If your
dealear does not keep them induce him
to get some. - 98dtf
Republicans are especially invited
to meet at Sehelegel's and try the
Blaine and Logan cigar. 98dtf
I will offer for sale on terms to suit
purchaser the property described be
low: Eighty acres of land, situated in
township 12, range 12, sec. 32, Cass Co.,
Neb. Also one desirable residence and
one store building with a full line of
hardware, stoves and tinware situated
in Louisville, Neb. Also one set of tin
ner's tools. Now is your time to se
cyre a bargain. 109 tf W. Cutforth.
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 this issue. 47tf
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SASH, DOORS, . . .
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.'LATTSJLKXJTH, - KBBBASKA
J. M. ROBERTS,
Will keep coDutantly on hand a full and
complete stock of pure
DKUGS AND MEDICINES,
PAINTS,. OILS, WALL-PAPER
and a full line of
For Med lean Purposes.
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PLATTSMOUTH. - NEBRASKA.
CAPITAL, - S7S.OOO.
JOHN BLACK, 1'llA.NK CARBCTII.
W. 11. CUSI1INU. Cashier.
John Black, W. II. Cushlng, Piank Carrutb.
J. A. Connor. Fred Herrmann. J. W. John.
son, F. R, Guthmann, Peter Murnm,
Win. Wetene imp, Henry Uaeck.
Transacts a Ueneml IS.-tiikini? ltunlnass. All
wnohave auy Banking business to tmuuact
are Invited to call. No mr.tter how
large or small the truactioii, it
will receive our careful attention,
and we promise al way cour
Issues Certificates ot Deposits bearing interest
Buys aud sells Foreign Exchange, County
!.. W. MCLAUOHLIH
OF PULTTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA,
Offers the rery best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold. Government and Loea
Securities Boui;ht and Sola, Deposits receiv
ed and interest allowed on time Certifi
cates, Drafts drawn, a vailablo iu any
part of the United States and all
the principal towns of
Collections made & promptly remitted
Highest rket prices paid for County War
State and County Bonds.
jonn K. Clark,
A. W McLauichlln.
F. E. White.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. REED, President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
B. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Mtiu Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on TLne Certi
Drawn available In any part of the United
States and all the principal cities ot Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Wmi Line of Steamers.
Bank Cass County
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets.
. C. H. PAKMKLE. Pres dent, 1
1 J M. PATTEPJON. Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banking Business
HIGHEST CASH PKICE
Paid for County and City Warrants.
and promptly remitted for.
R I) Windham, J. M. Patterson, C. H. Parcel
F. R. Guthmann. W J. Agnew, A. B.
Smith. Fred G order.
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