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PliATTSMOUTII, NEBUASKA, SATURDAY EY'EXIXG, JUNK 2.5, 1888.
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THREE ADJOURNMENTS AND FIVE
EALL0T3 AND NO CHOICE.
DEPEW AND M'KINLEY WITHDRAW
Sherman Still Le:ds Closely Fol
lowed by Harrison.
CuiCAfio, June 2:5, 1888. St,K-cial to
the IIkhai.iJ Last night's session of the
great convention was called to order at
7 o'clock. As Dcpew entered ho was
greeted with tremcuduous applause.
It is reported on pntty good authority
that Kcw York will swing a portion of
its vote to Hirrison. James of Wiscon
sin sujs thnt his btate will also go for
Dcpew then took the platform'and was
greeted with great applause. lie said he
came to the convention as a delegate,
neither expecting nor lesiring to appear
in any other capacity after his arrival.
II said his vocation and associations
will raise questions which may endanger
the party, therefore withdraws his name.
Depew's announcement was greeted
with tremenduous applau.se.
AVise made the announcement that
that the Virginia deleg .tion had elected
him as chairman, which was applauded.
Hastings of Pennsylvania took the
platform and moved to adjourn till JO
o'clock this morning. Calls for roll of
states were made. Xortli Carolina, Mis
souri and Maryland seconded the motion
and created great confusion. The motion
to adjourn was carried, the vote being
533 for and 282 against.
At 7:55 It. O. Ingercol took the plat
form, to address the convention, and was
greeted with great applause. lie spoke
for 15 niinutes, rnakiug protection his
point, and favoring the nomination of
presham. At the mention of Gresham's
nr,me there was tremt n luous demonstra
tion in the audience, At 8:10 all was
confusion and delegates began Jeaving
the hall. Ingeisol sat down and the
band struck up to drown noise. Califor
nia raised a large banner of " Blaine and
protection " at which there was great ap
plause and confusion.
Pitch, of California, took the'platform
at 8:17 for his. delcratjon. Confusion
continues. Charles Hape, of 8t. Louis.re
cites "Sheridan's Hide." At 8:28 Fitch
va3 speaking good night and crowds
were leaving the hall. At 8:30 the con
vention adjourned I ill 10 o'clock this
At Chicago this Mornljg.
Chicago, June 22, 10 a. m. Special
to the IIekai.u. The Tribune says the
anti-Harrison forces have combined to
prevent his nomination this morning.and
after balloting once, adjourned to route
some pJ;er candidate. The Tribune also
says Alger and Allison gained strength
during the night. The Keics says the
ticket still looks like Blaine and Harrison,
Jlaine and Alger. The Herald says
Alger amt Ainf. ?rc very hopeful, and
that the support of Pennsv:1 ' S
to Allison after Sherman. Papers gener
ally ag"e3 t,')Qt nt uresent Harrison is the
most prominent candidate.
AT CONVEXTIOX HALL.
Xt ) o'clock the convention hall and
galleries were cuia cre sea of human
faces, every available seat and corner he
'W occupied, and a constant flutter of
fans and uzi 'of voices lent an air of
impatience to the scene, "tiioagi, i ag
a comparatively cool morning, the hall
cfjned warm and close.
The cotii,iij:r; was called to order at
10:08 by Warren Miller, oi ijc'.y York,
(Chairman Ilstee being umible to ofliciate
on account of his voice failing him) It
wa ioor. apparent to those familiar with
the workers of the couvcatWl !-ht after
the first or second ballot an adjournment
would be taken. At 10:30 the roll was
palled for the fourth ballot.
McRitiic? raises preat applause, but
withdraws his name from Cue convention
after being voted 1 by Connecticut.
Illinois gives Harrison 3, Gresham 44.
Indiana volos Ciii for Harrison for the
first time. Kentucky gives Fred Douglas
1, Foraker 1. New York votes Alger 8,
Allison 1. Harrison 59, Sherman 1, Blaine
6. "Wisconsin votes Harrison 20, Gresham
FOURTH BALLOT TOTAL.
Alger 135, Allison 88. Gresham 98,
Lincoln 1, Foraker 1,' Harrison 217,
Bbine43r fcherwan 23G, Mckinley 11,
11:22 FfFTii BALLOT.
California votes solid for Blaine Cheprs
and hisses. Indiana gives Harrison 29,
Gresiiani J. New Hampshire gives Har
rison 8. New Jersey gives McKinley 6.
Fifth totals Alger 142. Allison 99,
Blaine 48, Gresham S7. Harrison 213,
Mekinley 14, Sherman 224.
Each tispe the names of Blaine and
Mckinley were mentioned in the roll call
they were greeted with applause. Foster,
of Ohio, moved a recess be taken till 4
o'clock this afternoon. New Jersey call
cd for roll call of utates, which was or
dered. The motion carried and at 12:00
the convention adjourned till 4 p. in.
Chicago, 111., June 20, 12:50 p. in.
Special to Thk Herald. The fourth
ballot, while showing a large gain for
Harrison, does not seem to indicate his
nomination. The outcome is still as cur
ficult to predict as evr.
GODDESSES OF THE GALLERY.
Women Who Watch th Proceedings of,
t CongrV" Two Opposite Clasaea.
Women make ap the chief audience at the
house Nearly ever day a greater number
and variety of hats and bonneta than would
stock a fashionable milliner's shop for a
spring opening are assembled in the galleries,
and a great variety of faces look from under
these "studies" in bead dress. The very
pretty faces, if not as many as the pretty
bonnets, are not few. Women are the most
constant visitors at the CapitoL A speaker
who can clear tho galleries of nearly all of
the male population Is apt to find an appre
ciative audience in the ladies' gallery. If he
is at all good looking his 6peech is certain of
attention in that quarter. However bare
the other galleries may be, the ladies' gal
laries are never empty on any occasion while
the house is in session. When a member in
any way noted for his gallantry is to speak
the seating capacity is apt to be taxed.
There are some ladies who are at tho Capitol
nearly every day, no matter what may be
going on. They sit in the front row and
watch the proceedings with equal interest,
whether it is a roll call or a wrangle. They
are always there.
Others come only when something espclal
Is going on. There are certain members
whom they always come to bear. They
never miss a great speech, and are always
present when tho fate of some especially in
teresting bill is decided. They are habitual
congress goers. There are two strikingly op
posite classes. Those of one class ore usually
old, and are frequently angular and wear
glasses. They often carry a pencil and scraps
of paper, upon which they sometimes take
notes. They are looking for an "intellectual
treat," and these bits of paper are to take
some homo oil Some of them care only for
the eloquence tbac drops from the tpnguos of
the statesmen, taking down to be preserved
many of the striking words and expressions.
Others are politicians, and get excited over
everything that is going on before them.
This is mt the spring bonnet class, and they
haven't patienoe to listen to roll calls or to
sit out a dull day. They are the congres
sional blue stockings, and when there isnoth
ing "intellectual'' in the house or senate,
many of them go into the library to com
mune with old volumes.
The other class wear tailor made suits and
display the spring bonnets, They are
younger, or look so, and add color and a
freshness to tbo sceu. They we much more
constant than tho others, and appear just as
well pleased, whether it is a dull or a lively
day. As long as the house is in session and
the members are on the floor they find some
thing to interest them. At times some of
them are joined by members in the galleries,
and then for a while these cease their earnest
attentions to the floor. They are the pretty
g-irls; the spring bonnet girls. A bunch of
then), in flowers and laces and bright colors,
is the flower garden of the great waste of
galleries, whereupon the eyes of the mem
bers love to rest. There Is one corner con
venient to tho ladies' dressing room where
there are mirrors, etc., and they can see to
straighten their bangs. Here they sit and
look sweet, more interesting than interested.
Some of these gallery goddesses carry books
in tbeir hands school books or 'music books;
ai big geography or a history!' One or two
occasionally carry little prayer books and
hymnals, such as are carried in the hands in
neat little cases to church on Sunday. One
beautiful little creature with the face of the
Madonna carries a small Biblo, which she
SftpR rods during roll call, or even during
a' burst of eloquence from some member it-tao
does not interest her. Washington Star.
Pntles of New York's Tlaupiuao.
The bang man Is never seen at the Tombs
save when ho has a job on band. He doesn't
believe in idling about the shop waiting for
customers. Besides, he's uot cultivated as
81 scjunintarjce by theattaches. ITis metho'i
oi disposing' 'of ti case Is simple jn tiio
tremo. The6berifT hotifles'him that a mur
derer is to be hanged at 8 o'clock on a certain
morning. On the preceding afternoon he ap
pb.Vfi off the iuon iii-t aevuii f,isiurr,U mul
his tools of trade. The seaffold, which has
been stored away in tho prison siuce tho last
execution, is brought out in sections and soon
placed in position in tho yard. Tho sound of
the hammer reaches the ears of the doomed
man wiiM. Th tjjw rfpe is tested, tJie
weights based upon that of the victim, and
everything got in readiness for tho morrow.
Then, with his aids, the hangman departs.
By 6:30 in the morning they return and busy
Iksnssjves wjth final details, every important
point being gone over by the hangtan in
person. The sheriff and his deputies appear
end greet the man of death. But they dont
shake hands with him. Then the reporters,
the coroner and physicians and the under
taker appear, and all is ready. Tho prisoner
is brought out, apeoaipenied by thp priest
and of all those present he is the only person
to take the hangman's hand in bis.
But while every eye has been turned upon
the victim several men have been going in
and out tbft G.QX rgT9 the final stroke is to
be given, and where reposes a keen edged
hatchet, brought in by the hangman. When
the time is up no one knows .who is in that
box. There may be one man or two; if one
be may be a deputy sheriff or one of the
an groan's aids. The ax falls upon the rope
vlih a thud, and fcb$ murderer swings in tho
air." The awful fascination of the body dis
tracts all attention from the box, and its
tenant quits it unobserved and at his leisure.
In nine cases out of ten be has been there for
Loll an hcr before the execution.
No one has ever been found willing (o
swear to the identity of a man who wielded
the ax, but the Tombs officials, who havo
nothing whatever to do with the hangman's
work, say it is not always done by the same
hiind. The honor goes round a very limited
circle, and in this circle prists a sort of Frsa-
nasonry which defies the inquisitive. Kew '
STork Cor. Philadelphia. Presa. . ''
PARAGRAPHS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Brooklyn bridge has been opened to
the public five years.
Silver has turned up in South Africa
to n degree to produco a new mining
Tho Alexandra, a woman a club, Li but
four years old, yet lias COO meinbcas.
A jxasant has just died In Austria
Hungary who was 142 yearn of ago. He
left a son aged 115 years and a grandson
A Nevada ranchman bbot, trapped and
poisoned 4,200 rabbits in four months,
and then figured that above 5.000 new
ones bad como to fill their places.
The Austrian government has aban
doned its intention of renewing the anti
Anarchist law, end will henceforth fijht
tho Anarchists by administrative decrees.
The Russian general Suwarrow, after
the seizure and destruction of Warsaw,
cruelly butchered 30,000 Poles of all ages
and conditions in cold blood, Nov. 4,
The South Ainciican agent for some
extensive manufacturers of Fiarvestcrs at
Chicago lias been two years nt Monte
video, and has sold mowing and reaping
machines all over tho River Plata region.
Taverns may be traced- to tho Thir
teenth century. According to Spelnian,
"In tho reign of King Edward HI
only three taverns were allowed in Lon
don." Taverns were licensed in England
A West Morri3 boy was arrested re
cently for ehooting an eaglo contrary to
the law. He was in a fair way to be
fined or imprisoned, when a commission,
composed of a clergyman, a justico of
the peace and an editor, sat on the dead
body of the bird and declared it to bo a
A Nuremburg inventor has produced a
shoe sole composed of wire net overlaid
with a substance resembling India rub
ber. These t-oles, which cost but half
the price of leather, have leen tested in
the German army and found to bo twice
They are having hard wpik finding
hard pan foi tho foundations of tho new
bridge across the Thames at East New
London, Conn. They have put piles
down 113 feet, and have not got to solid
earth yet. It is thought that bottom
will be reached at obout J 30 fec-t.
A writer in London Truth suggests a
sensible occupation for women who like
sewing, but do not wish to become either
dressmakers or seamstresses, and desire
to live in their own homes. It is the
overlooking and repairing of women's
wardroies. After a clientelle had been
established it would undoubtedly bring in
very fair wages.
A Ann of pyrotechnists in England
have at their factory a Newfoundland
dog which positively revels in fireworks.
He rushes into a shower of sparks with
as much delight as in a cold bath, and on
a lighted squib being thrown within his
teach he will run after tho smoldering
stump as if it were a bone and tramrJo it
out with his paw,
M. Achile I'oinctlet, in his lecture at
tho Hall of the Boulevard ties Capucines
in Paris the other dav, discussed the
qualities of blondes and brunettes, the
differences in their love, their rolo in
private life and in history, linked with
the philosophy of beauty, and the ques
tion, which was the superior Xy-. of
woman, thePiirisienng v-r the Georgieune?
He iguoYeu entirely the red headed girl.
Fred Marsden, the playwright, con
sulted a well known physician a few days
before Ins deatli as to the easiest and
quickest modo of suicide. Tho physi
cian supposed he was securing incidents
for a scene m one of his plays, and ex
plained tho subject to him. patiently.
Finally Mr. Mariden paid: "I have it.
A big dose of chloral, then ejop up all
ths pvevicos tuid turn on the gas,"
and this is just what he did. He offered
the physician 10 for his advice, but it
was refused on the ground that no pro
fessional service ha been t endered.
Agaiust i'ood Atltiitcraliou.
A grocers' conference has been called
in the interest of purer foods. It meet3
on Ooney island in July. It 6eeni3 at
last that adulteration has gone so far that
the grocerymen are afraid to eat what
they sell. Besides, the better class of
retailers find it impossible to obtain hon
est articles. There will be at least five
thousand exhibitors of materials, and it
is believed tho discussion will not only be
practically valuable in throwing light on
hidden ways, but that there can be
brought to bep.r a heavy force on manu
facturers to put more honest articles on
the market. No proposition of more im
portance will come before any of our
summer conventions tlian this of pure
food and honorable deal. Meanwhile the
Concord School of Philosophy Trill hoid
no session; no we 6hall have loss cl Hegel
and Aristotle and more of honest ginger
and coffee and quinine which will not
be regretted- Globe-Democrat.
A Queer 'filing About Owls.
A Kingston man has made an addition
to hi3 collection of birds, a large owl,
lately caught at Hurley. '-Owls are de
ceptive birds," 6aid a citizen the other
day. "I had one, a few years ago, with
which I played a trick on the public. I
kept the owl in a cage. It was an at
traction, and many people saw it. ' One
day the bird died of 'cold poison' and a
taxidermist stuffed it. I then put it
back on it3 perch in the caa. Pecpja
who had 6eeri the owl alive said that
they could Eee no difference in its ap
pearance, and they would. come and ad
mire the bird just the tame. That is the
reason why I say an owl Is a peculiar
bird, pead or anve they pok auoui tije j
eime. Kjnirston Ireeman. 1
Real Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUU LIST.
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21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lot 10 block 138, lot 5 block 14.
Lot 1 block 0, lot ft block ).-.
Lot 11, block 111, lot 8, block (51.
LOTS IX YOUNG AN1 HAYs' ADDITION.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and in all parts of the city on easy terms.
A now and desirable residence in
South Park, can be bought on monthly
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if we cannot suit you 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 i sec.
14, T. 10, R. 12, Cass county, price $1,
800, if sold soon.
nw i sec. 8, T. 12, R. 10, Cuss Co.,
A valuable improyed stock fram in
Merrick Co., Neb., 100 acres and on
Windham & Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phoenix, Hartford or iEtna com
panies, about which there is no question
as to their high stand. jug and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous one from tornadoes nnd 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 xrere
destroyed or damaged, T1J3 exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 18S8.
Call at our office and secure a Tor
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Dry Goods. Notions Boots and Shoes
or Ladies and Cents
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and as veil
A can lie foiiml any place In tlif cily and iimke
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C. F. SM IT H,
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Main St., Over Merges' Slice Ktor.
Hua the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign und domestic
woolens that ever came weht of Missouri
liver. Noto I hew prices: UusincHi'suita
from $lfJ to f.J."i, dress unit, $'2 to $1.7,
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Prices Defy Competition.
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