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PL.ATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, Fill DA Y EVENING, JUNE 33, 1888.
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order of Deeds -
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O. O. K. Meets
1 'every TucHd:iy evei.lm,' f each week. AH
IranVient brothers we recctfully lov.ied to
H,.;.omu',rue.).e M-onic Hall. Vb..U..g
J'.r.it hers are Iuvha
i.m.im NO. 81. A.O. U. W .-Meets
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Jick fuuBh.-ty. li.sidetiuard
Wm. Hays. Secretary
VkHICASKA CHArTEK NO. 3. It. A. M
Vretsatvwnd and fourth Tuesday l e.l
teS? Hall. TranHciuit hrotl.f.s
Invited to meet witH us. WlJITK p
Vm. IlAYi. Secretary.
31 Meet tint and third Wednesday night of
faoii .nontl. atMaso 'shall VtsUiiiK Ir
,ae ,-mlialy Invited to mee t wiih i..
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McCONIHIC POST 45 G. A. R-
Vi auLe F.miv
Represent tlie following time
tried and lire-tested companies:
American Centres-. Louis, Assets i.2j.lM
JI !ce-Nev York..
Ii.s. O , ot North Amerloa, Phil. "
l.lvrp ioli London & Globe-Bug "
North ItritNU . Mercantil-Eu "
ttpiiusJeld K. Jk M.-SpriiisBaM.
Total Assets. 842.113.774
Li-S3! Mjuitai sua Paifl at tlijsAge.ncy
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Contractor and Jluilder
T ?rsonat attention to all Bulnes Entrust
lo my care.
XOTAUY IX OKFICE.
Title Kxamlnwl. AbstarcM Compiled. In
si:rn:ice Written. Heal Estate Sold.
Celtr Facilities for making Farm Loan than
Any OtUec Ageacyv
fiall Tra.niiit Drollicr are resi-. -n j
L...T. i. .... ... iir M. Mabriutit. I'toi-t M. W. .
jilHH CAMP NO.332. MOIKUM WOODMH.N
C f Aw 4 -MeeU second and r.urtti Mon-
Wortl.y AUvUor; 1. U. hwitll. tx Halikcr , w.
1 M t-v.-ry alternate Friday fvei.ln,: at
Uuek.wu.l hail ! o Iock. All transient l.ioth
tri are reH.M-tfuliy ti'yUed i attend. U S.
T i W F nova. Foreman: S. l-
111 TrsMOimi I.OD1.K NO. fi, A. F. & A. M.
1 MeetH lle ftrt nud third Monday f
eJu Z ml at the.r imll. All lm,th'
THE FOURTH DAY.
NINE CANDIDATES NOMINATED
AND FOURTEEN VOTED FOE.
THREE BALLOTS AND NO CHOICE
Sherman Loads in the RaceAd-
journeri till 7 this Evening.
Last Evening's Session.
Chicago, Juno 22, 1SSS. -Special to
the IIkkali L:ist evening at 5;:54 when
Denew'a name wns put in notnination it
was rccfivetl with applause front all parts
of the hall, New York delegation stand
ing and cheering. Hartley, of Minnesota,
.... 11 tt 1 1 4l.- I
TV lien me rou can reai-uun wmo im.ii;
was prolongued cheering and the Ohio
delegates nitde great deinonstrations.and
at the nitre mention of Blaine's name
tlipre urnsR the wildest enthusiasm and
the delegations soocl on their feet and
At 5:40 Hastings, of Pennsylvania,
took the platform and nominated Sher
man. Gov. Forakcr, of Ohio, seconded
the nomination of Sherman and unfurled
the United States flag and named it the
l.-ind inn of the remiMiean party, the
cheering then was trcmcdous and dele
gates rose to tlu,ir feet waving flags, and
the 'alleries responded with parasols cov
ered with flags. At -21 the Massachus
etts delegation started to singing 'arch
ing through Georgia," which was rapidly
caught up ly other delegations, and in
two minutes the North Carolina and
Georgia state banners were waved and
the cheering increased; Virginia waved
her banner ami raised a floral shield, and
was followed by the waving of the ban
ners of other southern delegations and
increased cheering and singing. 6:20 &till
singing and chairman pounds for order.
At 0:4$ Smith, of Pennsylvania, took
the platform and nominated Filter, he
was interrupted with cries f ''timo" and
"sit down." Great confusion. At 7
Senator Spooner rose and nominated
Rusk anid great confusjion,.
At 7:35 Miller, of New York, moved
to adjourn till 11 o'clock this morning.
Chicago, June 32, 10 a. mSpecial
iw. Ttrtivi i 1 Th Tvihnne auvs titers
is a 8chcmeon foot among Blaine's friends
to nominate him after first giving Harri
son a chance, as New York may turn to
Gresham if Depew is not taken up, by
other states. Xeirs says Michigan, Ohio
and Indiana has formed a combination to
prevent a stamped to Blinne. fnter
n,can savs New York is' reeding for
Sherman and Gresham, and Hair: son
stock advancing. Times says the contest
is narrowing down to Blaine and Sher
man, with chances in favor of Blaine with
Foraker for ce president
The convention called to qner at 11
a. m., with Hiscock in the chair. Th
mil call was ordered. When California
J(j for ;ine there was great
Alabama: Sherman 12, Alger 6, De
pew 1, Harrison .
Arkansas: Ingalls 0, Harrison
Gresl.am 1, Sherman 2.
California: Blaine 16.
Colorado: Grcshan 3, Harrison
Delaware: Harrison 6.
Florida: Harrison 1, Fitelor 1, Sher
Georgia: Sherman IS, Gresham 1,
Lincoln 1, IJarrs n 2.
Illinois: Gresham 44.
Indiana: Harrison 29, Gresham 1
Kansas: Ingails 17, Blaine 1.
Allison 3, Alger 2, Depcw 1
Maine: Gresham 1, Sherman l.Algers
3, Harrison 2, Depcw 3, Allison 2
Maryland: Depew 1, Sherman 5, Hur-
rienn s Allison 2. Blame 2. Gresham 1
Alger G, Allison 3,
man U, Blaine 2, Lii)cc!n 2.
-ti- . r, i., 1 1 iiffr 1
Minnesota: Gresham 11, Alger 1.
Mississippi: Slierman 14, Gresham 3,
.Missouri : Sherman , Alger 0, Ham
son 3, Gresham 11, Allison 3, Blaine I,
jjepew i. ...
Nebraska: Allison 3, Sherman 3, Al
ge. 2. Gresham 1, Rusk 1.
Ncyada: Allison 3, Alger 3
New Hampshire: Harrison 4, Depew 4.
New Jersey: Phelps 13.
New York, Depew 71, Blaine 1
North Carolina: Gresham 2, Harrison
1. Depcw 1. Blaine 1, Alger 2, Sherman 15.
Oregon: Gresham, 4; Hirnson, 1
entuckv: Alger 4, Depew 1, tlarn- ization, working women, witn ine exeep- ;i"""" . , v,
, i.) t ion of those In housenoia service, rain uwamei
4, Gresham o, Sherman 12. " m .- ;n.n nA their rifrhts I richness. The Rarlinston butter, made from
Louisiana: Shcrmrn 9. Gresham 1, ava if the law has to claim them, la herd of Jerseys in Chester county. Pa..
Pennsylvania: Ulainr 1. Alger 1,
Phelps a, Depcw u, Felter 1G, Shermin 42
llhotlc Islund: Allison 8.
South Carolina: She twin 11, Alger 3,
Uepew 1, IngalU 1, Grcshatn2.
. Tennessee: Allison 1, Harrison 1, De-
pew 2, Blaine 3, Sherman 7, Alger .
Texas: GrcBham ", Sherman t, Harri
son 1, Alger 2, Allison 7, Blaine 1, Mc-
Kinley 2, Phelps 1.
Vermont: Harrison 8.
Virginia: Sherman 11, It uk 1, Allison
i, Harrison 4, Alger 3, Gresham 1.
West Va : Sherman 5,Uarrison 2, G res-
ham 2, Algc. 1, Maine 2.
Wisconsin: Husk 22.
Arizona Ter.: Alger 2.
Dakota Ten: Depew 2, Allison, Itusif,
1Iftrri30n, Sherman, Alger, Fil
. , 1Mlpll,s Cflth i
I). C: Blaine 2.
Idaho Ter.: Allison 1, Greshaurl.
Montana Ter.: Gresham 1, Allison t.
New Mexico Ter.: Alger 1, Sherman 1.
Utah Ter.: Allison 2.
Washington Ter.: Harrison 1, Allison 1,
Phelps 1, Gresham 3.
Wyoming Ter.: Allison 2.
The Aboyc Ballot was taken between
11:24 and 12:24. The official count is
as follows: Alger 84, Allison 72, Depew
J9, Filter 24, Gresham 114, Unison 70,
Hawley 13, Ingalls28, Phelps 25, Husk
25, Sherman 229, Blaine 33, McKinley 2.
Second roll call ordered.
At 12:33 Smith, of P. nnsylyania with
drew Filter's name.
12;48 skconh iiai.t.ot.
Indiana changes on Hawison to Gres
ham. Arkansas casts 14 votes for Alger,
changes from Jngalls, Sherman, Crcsham
and Harrison. Pennsylvania gives Sher
man 53. Mississippi changes 3 from
Busk to G t esham Cheers and hisaesj.
Official count, 1:10: Alger 116, De-
pew D, Gresham 10S, Ingnlls 16, Itusk
20, Lincoln 3, Blaine 32, Allison 75, Har
rison 95, Phelps 18, Sherman 249,Mckin-
1:35 Kansas casts 2 votes forjudge
S. P. Miller. New Jery gives Allison 4,
Depcw 1 Harrison 4, Phelps 4, Mckinley
3. Cheers for Gresham mid hisses ana
much confiif ion.
Third ballot official-
man 244, Gresham 123, Alger 122, D. pew
93, Allison 8, Harrison 94. Mckinley 8,
Blaine 3",, Phelpa B, Huk 1Q: Lincoln 2,
Betting in Chicago is two to one that
none of them will get it.
Chicago, June 22 Special to the
IIklalu. Still impossible to predict an
outcome. It is claimed that the cont-si
will nairow down to Sherman and Blaine,
others claim that enough Blaine strength
will go tq narrijon tP nptninaie Iqm with
Phelps for vice president,
Couventlonyention Hall, Cliicago,.Tune
r.i . . n ti.:...i l ... 1 1 "Vi-
lraska delegation votes Allison 5, Alger
Chicago, June 22. Special to the IIku
ai.d 8:35 Three ballots seem to render
Sherman's nomination scarcely probable.
McKinley is looked upon as having a
strong possjbjli y of tle choice.
2- Miller moved adjournment; to
o'clock this evening. Adjourned.
Legal Protection tor Working Women.
The Workincr Women's Protective un
ion, which has its office in Clinton place,
was organized twentv-hve rears agq. if.
was name4 before, the word "union'
meant what it does now, and is, therefore,
in some degree misleading. It is not a
union in the sense of being a labor organ
ization officered and directed by wornmg
people, but it Js. a society of those who
recognize that working W6mpn need some
thing they ao not gee, a socievjr v uc.
men and women, who by their influence,
r4 and capital protect their more frail
and hard working sisters against over-
bearincr and brutal employers, ay malt
ing a complaint at the otnees of the organ
cations for help have been made during
the last year, and claims upon unprinci
pled employers, even to the small sum of
1, have been wrung out of them by
means of the law." These things are ac
complished without cost to toe oppueaiu..
Lawyers and directors give then: services
to the cause, but tnere are many ciic"
th Iho ortranization which
reacj, tb- sum Qf 5.000 a ypar. This is
suhRcribed for in ' small amounts, len
I . ... ,
I dollars makes tne donor a memuer im
Ti,a nm,mt nf 50 durine any
one year makes tho subscriber a member
Ior lue- '6 u,irui ... . " ,
- Jit aX& fh.ir owi carriages, aid
have attendants at then-beck and call to
1 V V w uay - V
gratify every wuim. can oe oppressoi a w
fh.ir own x. but this has been proven
- overanj over again by the books of the
ness. if not a more ungenerous spirit,
turn away, or cause to be turned aay,
the bard worked seamstress or the tired.
put dressmaker witft her Dili uupsja.
whalebones cai be restored and used
; I agajn by simply soaking in water a few boon
and theo drying them.
- . . I O . ... 1 . . ... f V . nnlaK a lArH. r1
society and the actions or tne lawyers.
Th6se yery women, perhaps only from
thoughtlessness, certainly fl-om .careless-
CREAMERY B UTTER.
HOW DAIRY CO-OPERATION SPAKE3
THE FARMERS WIFE..
The Old Fanhlonul Way of Making nut
ter by "Kulo of Thumb" The InTlt
able Evolution The Creruoiy Idea
Tuklns ttoot Everj-where.
It is only a few years since the mast soul
harrowing and hack breaking duties of tho
farmer's wife were the churning, working
and selling of the products of the farmer's
dairy. Through inferior facilities they were
subject to long churnlii9 the butler woui.1
not eomo, owing to want of control over th
temperature. It was worked in the cellar
where the salty ooze made the briek floorr
damp and disease breeding. It was salted by
guess work, and the results were often dif
couraging, especially w hen it w-as foend by
testing that unwelcome flavors bad crept in
by exposure to the kitchen or other foul
smells. The butter was sent to market nil
the -same and was bought by the urban liouso
keeper, to her own disgust and the disrepute
of the maker and seller Tho wMhiiv? ?f .
operative bullet making, likeall innovation,
was received with keen opposition and dis
like, but it has steadily made it? way in
popularity not only with butter eaters, but
especially with the overworked farniei-s
wives and daughters.
It first obtained popularity In the New
England states. It was pure co-operation at
that stage. Half a dozen or more farmers
clubbed their capital, built a small butter
faetory and appointed a competent person to
superintend, andannounci-d themselves ready
to make the butter and cheese for the entire
community. It was soon found that the
farmer could make as much or more money
by sending his cream to the creamery than he
got by working it into butter by the aid of
his wife's labor. Made in quantities it could
be shipped aud sold in the city markets at
much better figures than could be got "iu
trade" at the country grocery. All hands
were better satisfied, especially the farmer's
T.HK inevitable evolution.
Capital was not long iu finding promising
employment in erecting and operating cream
eries. This brought the inevitable evolution
of tetter business management and better
mutual results. A few cardinal rules had to
be observed. It was desirable to ereet the
building for butter and cheese making near a
stream of clear, cold running water. A man
of experience in the management of milk
was made superintendent and giver, a suili
cient stall of assistants. Wagons started
from, the factory moruing and night col
lected the cream in cans holding from three
to five gallons each. These cans, on arrival
at the creamery, are in summer plunged up
to their necks into the ciear coo1 watei in
vats. In winter this room is kept at a per
fectly uniform temjierature by Are heat.
The churning, working, salting and shaping
of the bufcter are all done under a perfect !
uniform system, the same day eftgr qn.y tnd
year after year.
'fijij packing and shipping o' the butter are
processes requiring care and skilL The ship,
ping boxes, even when new. are carefully
scalded out and dried before the butter is
lacked in them, and this has to bo done more
carefully after they have Utn u.scd. The
boxes ere Ehipppu in express cars and arrive
at destination with contents as clean and
sweet smelling as when they started The
butter jobber knows just what he Is getting
and can buy as well by brand aa ou judg
ment. The consumer purchases with equal
confidence. All is gaiformity and biisir.ess
management from firrt to last. The farmer
gets a stipulated price per inch for his cream
and generally has monthly settlements. All
are treated alike and have no cause of com
tub PRonccxR's inviTAOaa.
A.fter llid manufacture of butter went
largely into the hands of the creamery men
several advantages to tho cream producer
were recognized. All tho hard and dirty
work w-as taken out of the hands of the
females of the family The skim rc,ik wac
found to be useful either to sell as such or in
tho. rearing of calves. He was able to gauge
the value of his cows as milk producers and
thus to improve his stqc! He could keep a
larger stock aud so improve the quality cf
New England was the birthplace of the
creamery idea, bui it was not long in tuning
root in all other eotnaiuuilies of progressive
farmers. The cost of such establishments has
run from $1,000 for the cheapest up to $10.
000. It requires the milk of about 400 covrs
to run a small creamery, while the milk of
several thousand cows can be uspj to ad
vantage in some of the largest. About, tba
largest in the country is at Klgin, Ills This
paid its patrons oyer $200,000 last year, and
its product standsat the head of the creamery
list. There aro hundreds of them through
New York, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa aud more
In the markets creamery butter ranks sec
ond only to the "gilt edged.". The latter is
brings $1 a pound and upwards the year
round. The most of it is contracted for by
the year. There are a few others of lk
prominence and repute, but they are simply
large establishments whose product is sum
cien to maintain a creamery of their own,
where all the system and devices of the regu
lar creameries are employed with like unj
form resulti New York Graphic
Wearily ami Urearii.
Urs. Delia Crorae (wearily) 1 know every
thing we eat is adulterated but what can wa
do, ileginald,? 'e rnust trust our grocer.
Mr. Reginald Creme Kirearily) Ah, yes,
lielLa, very true; and if oh, if our grocer
would only trust us I Judge.
In one way the advent of the Chinese In
Kan Francisco has been beneficial tcthe city
The young white. hcodJuir.s have learned to
Saioka opium, and the habit soon kills thera
or renders them harmless for evil.
There are only eight towM in the Cnitl j
States the names of which begin with X.
Seven of these are Xcnias and the other is
It is a Gotham i ?a to have a jeweler ap- '
praise the wedding preseuts,
Real Kstalo liarirains
KXAMINR OU1J UST.
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21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lot 10 block 138, lot 5 block 164.
Lot 1 block f., lot 6 block 95.
Lot 11, block ill, lot 8, block 61.
LOTS IN VOVNU AM) HA' AMU'I'ION.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and in sll parts of the city on cas:y terms.
A new and desirable residence in
South Park, can be bought on monthly
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if we cannot suit vou better.
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining South
2 acres of ground adjoining South
1 acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se sec.
14, T. 10, 1J. 12, Cass county, price $1,
800, i f sold soon.
nwjRcc. 8, T. 12, It. 10, Cass Co.,
A valuable improyed stock frani in
Merrick Co., Neb., 100 acres and on
Windham &. Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phoenix, Hartford or Ktna com
panies, about which there is no question
as to their high staudir-iJ and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous one from tornadoes and wind
storms. This is fore-shadowed by the
number of storms we haye already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at Mt. Vernon, 111.,
where a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1888.
Call at our office and secure a Tor
11 ado Pi '1 icy.
Unimproved lands for sale or es
Dr. C. A- Marshall.
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15 E,HTIST !
Preservation cf natural teeth a fprclalty.
fc-fi utrartnl tvlllwut jmoi - uttr. nf LiwjiiUi
All work warranted. 1 'rices reasonable.
FtT.IKRAI.I'S Itl.-H'K PI.4T rsMODTII, N Kit
Wm. Mcrold & Son
Dry Gook Notions Eools auA SLocs
or l..-idi s hud (!( lit h
FURNISHING - (UJODS.
He keeps ns large mid us v eil
A can he fonnil any pl.-icc In the city and make
you pi ices t bill .I" ly rtin inlnn.
Ajirlit i fur
Harper's Eazar Mens and rail's Corset?.
C F. S M I T I I,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., liver Merges' Slu e Slore.
Has the best and most compile stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west ol Missouri
river, in otc these prices: juismess suns
from $10 to $:.), .1:-fs niits, $25 to ?4.r,
pants $4, Sji.'i, $ 0, 0.;"0 and upwards.
C3r-Will guaranteed a (it.
Prices Defy Competition.
J. E- ROBBIfiS, ARTIST,
INSTRUCTIONS G1VKN IN
FINE OIL PAINTING
WATER COLORS. ETC.
ALL I.OVI.KS O? AliT AUK lVITKO
T CAM. AN!)
BTUDIO OVElt OLIVEn & ItAMEE
MFiA f MAPK ET.
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
The only Dentints in the West roiilioling this
New System i.f Kxtriietuic tnid Killing 'J eet h
with. Mit 1'ain. Cur Miaesthetle is en
tirely free lroiu
AN1 IS AIISOI.UTKI.V
Harmless - To - AH.
Tee h extracted and eii ifie.i:: teeth Insetted
next day if !c!-i:ef . The preset vulion of the
natural teeth a specialty.
; OLD CROWNS, GOLD CAFS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very finest, ofiir-eiii Ui len lih.ck, over
The CitizeLb' Jiauk,
ustzecw mom iMiisirir
We have our liou.se filled with
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared to rteliver it dsdly to onrrns
ti .'titer In any iuai.lity desired.
ALL OHBEES PEOLIPTLY PILLED.
!.:. e orders w tl fi
At ft ore on Mx;Ii Street. M'e in!k5 a Spec
And loading Cars. Cor Id ins see us or,
17. C. 16 KEN &, LO.V.
Telepbcne72, - - Plattfcoutl
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-claf-p; w.t Fifth Street.
Noith Robeit Sherwood's Store.
MltS. G. E. KEMPSTEK,
Teacbcr c-I Vccal & Mrafiiial Music
Residence Northwest Corner f Elev
enth and Mnin Streets, Plattsrnt uth,
Gr. 03. KEMPSTER,
Praclictl Piano anil Organ Toner
AND lII.rAlIU I'..
First-class work guarantee d. 'mn deal
er in Pianos and Oryfiiis. Jftirs; Ht floei k's
furniture store, Platttmouth, Nebraska.
It. B. WISWIAK, J.-11N A. IlAVIFS.
Notary ruldie. Notary Fnblic.
crtJce over i:?i.k cf Can e.'jui'.y.
PlATTSMGCTII, - NEflHASKA.
Begs Cherry Cot-gh Syrup.
Is warranteel for all that the label calls
for, so if it elors not relieve your cough
you can call at our Ktore and the money
will be refunded to you. It ne t3 bimnl
taneously en all parts of the system,
thereby leaving no bad result. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists. j25-3md&r
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