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Tho Stato Republican Conven
tion Meets Today.
AND IS A I'KETl V POLITICAL GAME'
Richards and Cobb Certain of
Selection, While Webster, of
Omaha Will Get Third Place
The Fourth Man Is
The republican state convention
meets in Kearney to-day for the pur
pose of electing four delegates at
large to the national convention
The followinir is taken from the
There are more politicians in
Kearney to-night than ever before
and nhe lias seldom entertained so
large a crowd. Arrangements by
the local committee as perfected
provided for a crwod of not over
One thousand are accommo
dated by private families and soci
eties, which have furnished a block
with cots. Business houses are
gaily decorated and every attention
is shown. The Midway hotel is
headquarters, with the rotunda
crowded, ami the discussions are
earnest but exceedingly good
humored, indicative of an harmoni
ous convention. Tom Major and
Joseph Hartley are circulating
among their friends, while G. W. K
Dorsey is working hard in some
one's interest. The congressional
candidates present are Dorrington,
Whitehead and Stone from the
'Sixth and McPlieely from the Fifth
llie evening trains brought in
most of the eastern delegates, who
were met by bands. Richards came
in this evening. The sentiment is
that he will undoubtedly be elected
John L. Webster and Judge Cobb
are likely to be elected without dif
ficulty. The fourth place is one of
possibilities, Colonel K. I). Webster
of Hitchcock, J. L. Keck of Huffalo,
Judge Church of Lincoln, V. II
Neeilliam of Bloomfield, Judge
Heist of Cheyenne, K. L. Dorrington
of Dawson being mentioned, with
Colonel Webster or Heist the most
ine 4iitiway Hotel rotunda was a
confused mass of delegates all the
evening and many rooms upstairs
were occupied for consultation
There was a good deal of talking
but so far as surface indications
counted the situation was little
changed. There are a few on the
Omaha delegation that are trying
to raise a kick on Webster, but the
majority of the delegation say no
serious trouble is feared. Rosewat
er engaged a room here two or three
days ago but cancelled the order
to-night. Several of his followers
are here but are getting little sympathy.
The Evening Hub published tins'
evening an editorial telegraphed by
Rosewater, headed. "Can Webster
be Trusted," which will be printed in
to-morrow's Bee. It was prefaced
by the following telegram:
Omaha, Neb., April 26. Will von
publish an editorial that will an-
luuigiii, -an v eoster be
l rusted. Answer iiiuck and will
wire it prepaid.
Signed. Omaha Bee.
Editor Brown said the editorial
was published mostly to" give Rose-
water a fair show and he closed by
saying that so far as the Hub is
concerned it has none of the fears
that the Bee ex presses. It is willing
to trust Webster, Rosewater or any
other republican at the national
rnnrontmn Ti. . . . .
- .. w. ma expression is
about the feeling of delegates to the
convention as expressed in conver
sation at 11 o'clock to-night. Some
were willing to say that Webster
would be elected.
endorsement or Keck b- the
aixiti district conventlrii to-night
Vmy some part in deciding the
Interest in i-. r. . .
... nuacn.iicr gllt 13
added by the fact that his na-aielias
men mentioned for the national
non aoes not strike the
generally as favorable.
The state central committee held
a lengthy session to-night and de
cided on a temporary organization
as follow: Chairman, Brad Slaugh
ter; secretary, F. G. Simmons "of
Seward; assistant secretary, Eugene
-i'ioore ox Norfolk.
A. H. Knotts was in Omaha to-day.
Miss Alice Mann went up to Oma
ha this morning.
J. L.. Farthing was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
F. M. and J. G. Richey went up to
Omaha this morning.
Mrs. Frank Dickson is reported
on the sick list to-day.
A. N. Sullivan was an Omaha
passenger this morning.
G. A. Rose and F. A. Tenny of
Union were in the city to-day.
Missess Mia and Eda Gering and
Miss Helps were Omaha passengers
W. G. Keefer has moved with his
family to Omaha, where they will
reside in the future.
E. S. Greusel and D. K. Barr left
this morning for Kearney to attend
the state convention.
D. A. Campbell, clerk of the
supreme court, of Lincoln, came in
to attend the funeral of the late
J. G. Havs.
Capt. II. E. Palmer and wife and
son. Georce. came down from
Omaha to attend the- funeral c
Father Hays. ' "
The meeting of the citizens of the
state held at Lincoln Mondayjnight,
seem to be taking a lively i
terest in the celebration. It will be
the greatest historical celebration
Nebraska has ever seen. About
forty towns in all parts of the state
were represented, and that, too, by
men whose names alone are suf
ficient pledge for the successful
completion of anything they under
take. The Lindell hotel was thrown
open to the committee and guests,
and the reputation of Lincoln for
hospitality was not allowed to suffer.
The address of welcome by Mayor
Weir was responded to by Secretary
Nason of the Omaha board of trade.
Afterwards C. A. Atkinson of the
Lincoln board oi trade gave in de
tail the program for the celebra
tion as it has been discussed. Of
course in many of the minor partic
ulars it has not been settled. In the
main it will follow the lines which
have been given in these columns
Speeches were made by R. B
Windham of Plattsmouth, Editor A.
L. Bixbj' of the Columbus Sentinel
Dr. Alexander of Norfolk, W. II
Dickinson of Wahoo, ex-Lieutenant
Governor Shedd of Ashland and
others, all pledging the hearty co
operation of their cities and sec
tions. It was voted on the sugg
tion of one of the visitors that funds
be raised by popular subscription
for the purchase of an appropriate
souvenir of the anniversary celebra
tion, to be placed in the state house
as a lasting memorial.
PADDOCK'S GOOD WORK.
Nebraska's Mllltla Expense Fort
Sidney Not to be Vacated.
The following specials to the Lin
coln Journal make up a pretty good
record for one day:
While Senator Manderson was in
the chair Friday morning Senator
Paddock called up the bill which
directs the secretary of the treasury
to audit and pay the actual and
necessary expenses incurred by and
for the national guard of the state
of Nebraska, called into the service
of the state by Governor Thayer last
year during the Sioux outbreak, on
presentation by the governor or
other proper authorities of the state
of statements of the actual and
necessary expenses incurred by the
state, accompanied, as far as pos
sible, with the proper vouchers and
satisfactory proofs. The sum of $42,
OOt is appropriated. It is provided
that the pay and allowances to the
Nebraska National Guard shall not
exceed the pay ad allowances of
the artny of the United States. The
bill was passed without any extra
ordinary amount of trouble on the
part of either of the senators from
Upon the personal solicitations of
Senator Paddock, based on letters
of N. M. Neeves and others of Chey
enne county, the secretary of war
with the concurrence of Major Gen
eral Schofield, rescinded the order
for the removal of the garrison at
Fort Sidney. lie declined to in
crease the force there at the present
time, but intimates that there is a
possibility that later on additional
troops may be ordered to the post.
Senator Paddock also succeeded
in securing the passage of a bill for
the relief of Esther J. Booth. This
case is a very meritorius one as
shown by Dr. H. B. Lowery, presi
dent of the board of examining
surgeons at Lincoln, Neb. A pen
sion of $12 per month was granted
her for the valuable rervices which
she rendered the government dur
ing the war as a nurse.
TO ATsnr (JENTLiEMA
,; ; In Cass Co-anty
Who can write the most words on
new U. S. Postal Card
Completely cured of any appetite
for the flowing bowl, John Dillion,
supported by a capable company,
will appear at the opera house next
Friday night, April 20. After a rest
of some weeks at his comfortable
home on Evans avenue, in Chicago,
Mr. Dillion joined the throng at Dr.
Keeley's wonderful chloride of gold
establishment in Dwight, 111., and
now it is said that nothing will
tempt him to take a drink. Mr. Dil
lon is pre-eminently the funniestof
the laugh makers and there is
abundant opportunity in his plays,
the new "State's Attorney," and
"Wanted the Earth," to set every
bodv in a roar. Reserved seat sale
will open to-morrow morning. Price
Echoes From The Diamond .
The hremont base ball ciut ar
rived this morning and are quar
tered at the Riley. The positions of
the team for to-morrow's game are
.Maupir.V c '..Graver
P?rrine.. p ..' Baker
Louff lb Bowman
J. Patters... ,.21 Stoney
Kennedy -b Holiies
JuhDmui...... ....t&. Purcell
Yapp If. Butle.
Myers , .-. m f . Finch
S. Patterson -..rf . . . . - Jellen
Thegamf to-mSrt'ow vt'xK be called
at four o'clock sharp,-
Don't forget the home talent
minstrel Friday-" evening' Mayfc' for
the benefit of the uase ba4J: team,
Wllsey Bound Over.
"iisey, the gay and
festive sewing machine agent, who
was arrested last week at Seward on
the- charge of bigamy, had his pre
urainary examination yesterday
. Juae Aliner Seward.
Wife Xo. 1, of this city,' was present
ana swore that they were married
at Marynlle. Mo, June 17. 18S9.
Also other damaging testimony
wa' introduced. Wilsey was bound
over to the next term of district
court and hia bonds were fixed at
$2,000, which he was unable to give,
and he was remanded to jail.
High Five -Party.
2Hiss Janet Livingston entertained
a number of her friends- at hifrfvfiW
iasi night at her home on Sixth
Street Chas. Sherman and Efa'
Clark, won the king prize. The .fol
lowing were present: Mi VaiV i
loore, Miss Alice Atkins, Miss Kit
iie cummins, Miss Vema Leonard
iiiiiani, J-118S .TCIIa Clark find
Messrs. tna. bherman, Chas. Mur
phy, Frank Cummins, Emmil Wurl
and Will Clements. ,
The county offices and th.
office and the First National bank
ric vioseu. on account of
funeral thi aiin-nnnn
Nehawka News Notes.
Farmers are not all through yet
sowing oats and barley.
J. M. Stone and A. F. Ost are
shipping cattle to Omaha to-day.
L. C. Pollard returned last week
from a visit to Kansas and Mis
fields of winter wheat and rye
in this section look splendid and
promise a bountiful crop
Spring wheat is coming up nicely
but it will be at least three weeks
oehinu the tall sown in ripening
The amount of eg;
about in tubs and boxes would in
dicate that the hens are getting in
g od work.
the usual ounaay rain was on
time yesterday. It was, however, a
trentle April shower. Such as we
The citizens are hopeiully ex
pecting a plentiful supply of pure
water in the near future. The plan
is to pump the water from a spring
into a reservoir, which will be built
on the high ground north of town
The work is well under way. The
windmill which is to furnish the
power is up and the reservoir at the
spring is completed.
Alreadi' Nehawka has one
suburb known as East Nehawka or
The Quarries." When we get
another one we will want street rail
roads. Indeed, something of the
kind is in demand now to bring the
farmers in and waft them home
again, some or wnom seem to nave
business or make an excuse to come
to town every day, and it takes time
and a team to come. But with
lines of telephone and rapid
transit radiating out, farmers
might dwell in town and on the
farm by proxy. JUNIUS.
A. Samsible Man.
Would use Kemp's balsam for the
throat and lungs, it is curing more
cases coughs colds, asthma, bron
chitis. . craup and all tnroat ana
lumr troubles, than any other rem
edy. The proprietor has author
ized any druggist to give you a sam
pie bottle free to convince you of
the merit of this great remedy.
Lirge bottles 50c and $1.
ONE - PRIC1 - CLOTHIER
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3 Two Nice Shirts.
Every word must be written with pen and ink.
Every word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must be written in sensible sentences.
Send all Postal Cards to
JOK, The One Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
vuct win irive a I
party to-night in honor of Mi
Tifntli and Miaa A I
ipperintendent Goudy invites the
couuity superintendents of the state
to a .meeting at his office in Lincoln
on Mav 13. at 3 p. in., at which time
). ' is proposed to discuss: First,
4', .c.. ..v... ,
f. department of pubiic instruc
. third, the annual institute;
!lOUl school boards and other
fourlfK f interest to the craft.
topics r .
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892.
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person.
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
Opera Ho-u.se Corner, Plattro.oia.tli,
Land Office Business.
Judge Ramsey issued three mar
riage licenses to-da3': Nelson
Smith and Miss Sarah E. Exlineaud
James O. McNurlin and Miss Min
nie V. Junk. The judge also tied
the knot that binds for the two
above named couple and they went
on their way rejoicing.
A marriage license was issued by
telephone to Elmer E. Holbrook
and Miss Dora M. Snatt, both of
The funeral of Father Hays oc
curred this afternoon from the
Presbyterian church. The remains
were interred in Oak Hill cemete.
S. M. Chapman, T. W. Johnson, Capt.
II. E. Palmer, M. B. Murphy, P. P.
Gass, R. B. Windham, Sam Waugh
and J. N. Wise were pall bearers.
Rev. Baird conducted the services.
The county clerk paid out $30 for
wolf scalps to-da
Wanted Some good cotton rags
at this office.
For millinery and pattern hats or
anvthinc in the line of ribbons,
flowers of the latest styles and de
signs, call on the Tucker Sisters in
the Sherwood block. tf.
The M. E. Aid society will meet
to-morrow alternoon at & o ciock
with Mrs. Brantner, corner North
Ninth and Courtland streets.
World's Fair Notes.
Mexico's exhibit will include a
number of fine work's of art. Casts
are being made of the sacrificial
stone, the God of War, the Goddess
of Water, the Calender Stone and
other Aztec relics, now in the Mexi
can National Museum. From the
national art gallerj', which has a
very large collection of paintings, a
number of the best works will be
sent to Chicago. Among them will
be the representation of Hidalgo,
the "George Washington of Mexico,"
which was exhibited at the Paris ex
The women of Cincinnati have
asked for a room in the woman's
building, which they wish to fur
nisn ana decorate throughout in a
distinct and separate manner as il
lustrative of the culture and art of
OURLIXOTOX & MISSOURI RIVER R. R.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASSEXGEK TKAINS
The party that has my stove lifter
will please return the same.
According- to the census of 1890,
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of 1,098,576 people, as the
eighth largest city on the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons find homes, and,
when we do, .we can find no better
line than tne "uuningron nuuic.
Three fast and comlortaoie trains
daily. For further information aa
dress the agent of the company at
this "place, or. write to J. Francis,
Oeneral Passenirer and Ticket
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska. -..
as a Pam jk
by KrbSsvh "va
d Pain Cure has no equal
liller. Use for all bodily
Barrett and O. H. Sny-
: a and certainty of
The p6iiittfev 'de Chamberlain's
its cures have'rrife . tous. It is intend
coucrh remifdv VA .couirhs: colds.
ed especially 'for . . :-. cough, and is
crouo and vrhborj rt emedv Known
the most effe'ctuaTri '
for these disuses sin
for sale by F. ?. FricieV
- cents bostles
Subscribe fniTttt:' TV'V
Daily Herald at'l-Vcenfe
Is what.you want next and in
this line as in 'all others we are
Headquarters." When you want
either of these call in and see
us before buying.
BROWN & BARRETT.
John Ivongmaker, Louis Wheeler
and Jerry Sullivan were arraigned
in police court this morning,
charged with breaking in a box car
in the B. & M. yards yesterday
afternoon. All three of them plead
not guilty to the charge. Judge
Archer let them off with paying the
costs if they would immediately
sever their connections with Platts
mouth, which they agreed to do
Secure your tickets for the home
talent minstrel at the opera house
Friday evening, May 6. Reserved
seats, 73 cents.
Attend the base ball club benefit
at the opera house Friday, May 6.
Adjourned meeting of the city
I feel it my duty to say a few
words in regard to Ely's Cream
Balm, and I do so entirely without
solicitation. I have used it more
or less half a year, and have found
it to be most admirable. I have
suffered from catarrh of the worst
kind ever since I was a little boy
and I never hoped for cure, ' but
Cream Balm seems to do even that.
Many of my acquaintances have
used it witu excellnnt" results. 4
Oscar Ostum, 45 Warren Ave., Chi
cago 111. ,
. ..A. Great Surpriee .
Is in store for all who use Kerap'f
Balsan for the throat and lungs the
f Teat ;. .guaranteed, remedy., Would
ou believe that dt is: sold ion i
tnferits and that any druggits ia au
thorized by the progrietor of this
wonderful remedy to give you' a
sample bottle free? It never fails
to cure.'acute and chronic coughs.
All drugpists sell Kemp's Balsam.
Large Bottles 50c and $1.
No. 2 5 : 17 V. M,
So. 4 10 :34 a. it.
No. 8 7; 44 p. m
No. in :45 a. in
No. 6 ia:U5a. m
GOING WEST ,
No 1 3 :4li a. Di.
No. a 3 -AH p. m
No. y :oo a. in.
Vo. T 5 M' i ft..
No. 9 4 :40 p.m.
o, 91 7 :15 a.m.
i-ushtiell's extra leaves for Omalia about two
o'clock tor Mnaliaaiid will accommodate iw
- i i
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. 384 Accomodation Leaves.
Trains daily except Puuday.
.10:55 a. im,
. 4 ;00 p. in.
Probate Notice Final Settlement.
TX THE MATTE K OK THE K STATE
X of Jatnes Jiruce, deceased.
In County Court of )
Cass County, Xetjranka. )
Notice is hereby jfiVen that Eli J. Pittmaii
executor of the last will and testament of
said James Bruce deceased, has made op
plication for final nettlement, and thut
f aid cause is set for hear inn at my office at
Plattsmouth on the 19 day of Way A. 1.
1892, at 10 o'clock a. m.on said day; at
which time and place, all ersons Interest
ed may be present and examine said ac
counts, . B. S, KAflSBY,
Plattsmouth April 27. 12.
t Soma Foolish People
allow a cough to run until itgets
beyond the reach of medicine, They
say, "Oh, it, will wear away," but in
most cases it wears them away.
Could they be induced to try the
successful Kemp's Balsam, which
is sold on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose.
Price 50c and 1. Trial size free. At
all druggists. . ;
Good looks are more than skin
deep, deqending upon a healthy
condition of all the vital organs.
If the Liver be inactive' you have
a IJ1110U8 look, it your stomach
be affeeted you have a Dyspeptic
Lookaudif bour Kidneys be effected
yov will have a Pinched Look. Se
curs good health and you will have
good looks, Fllectric Bitters is the
great alterctive and Tonic acts
directly on those vital organs.
Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and
gves a good complexion. Sold at
F. G. Fricke & Co's Druaretore, 50c
per bottle: ; '
Springs; 'Ark. Carlsbad of
On April 6th, 7th and 8th the M.
P. will sell round trip tickets to Hot
Springs, Ark., at one lowest first
elaes fare, - good -returning until
June 10th, on account of govern
ment sale oi ' lots and meeting
of the Southern Central 'TurnveriH
Association. Call at office for par
Why will you cough' when Shi.
loh's cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and f 1
For sale by F. G. Fricke Cc