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HrhKU.NKU X HlPJATlflM committe-, marched up to the plat- Yesterday's Ball Cames.
uuiinilUJl, form. No occat-on could have been '
J more fitting to demonstrate the j T Hastings.
Tho Gavel Usorl -,t tH o ' popularity of the great American 1 , l,a8tn8 ifok a well earned game
Fine Gavel Used at the Corwen I protectioifi8t an(, adlI)irer8 were t the bffar City savages yester-
f inn tc Ck-M.. Kr.i 1 i fin V nftriiAAti Ti...
tion is From Nebraska. ' not slow to catch ih
day afternoon. The game was ex-
IIAVK .NOT AUKITKD AT A HALLOT.
Uhe occasion. It was nearly a in in-1," . abounded in brilliant
fute before the deafening cheers f' throughout. Hoffer was
. I ,..i , touched up for fifteen h,--
Major NicKlnley Makes a Rousing
Speech In Accepting the Chair
manship - Will Commence
Balloting For Vice
Nebrask's Cavel Presented
Ir. Walker of .Nebraska, who pre
sented I 'resident I'ro Tern Fassett
with the gavel made of timber
grown on the Fret-man homestead
in Gage county, made the following
presentation speech: "Among the
mari3' masterpieces of the republic
legislation, more mimeroiis than
the Htars o.- yonder Hag, is the home
stead law of which was ten
years before congress and was ve
toed ,y President Ifuchaiian in
1-"M, and the .Nebraska enabling act
passed in ls;7, ;,d particularly
' herished by our people. Taking
advantage of the beueiicent feature
of the homestead law, thousands f
returning t-oldiers acquired homes
in -Nebr.i.-ka iluring 1NJO and JN5T.,
founding a prosperous and thrifty
iMisoauury anil thereby made it
possible lor the passage of an act
admitting .Nebraska from ten to fif
teen years sooner than otherwise.
"As a token of our appreciation
and on behalf of young and old re
publicans of .Nebraska, I desire to
present the temporary chairman of
this convention with this gavel. It
id plain and simple, but useful. Its
historical interest and republican
origin symbolizes the two acts. The
wood from which it is made was
grown upon the first or original
homestead, located near Beatrice,
Gage county, Neb., which was en
tered January l.lxH, by Daniel Free
man, who still owns and occupies
his claim. The ends of the travel
are inlaid with silver coins, one
bearing the date of is;7, and the
other is'.rj. signifying that this year
Nebraska celebrates her twentj'-
niin cjr silver anniversary. It was
our hope that Hon. Gains!. a A.
Grow of Pennsylvania, a delegate to
thi? convention ami the father of
homestead law. would be here and
make a few appropriate remarks,
out i am sujrry to inform you that
he is sick and confined to his bed
vv wn the hope that when Nebsaska
ce'ebrates her golden anniversary
that the United Stales may be still
governed ly republicans. I have the
l ouor,sir. h pre.-ent you t!i is gavel."
The C h.ii. Are you ready
for the questiour There being no
objection the couitnittee is extended
permissioii to sit until tliey liave
completed their report. The next
oriu-r ol tuisitiess is the report of
thi committee on permanent ora
Cheers greeted the appearance of
nairuian Lockwood, who sub
mitted the following report: "Mr.
Chairman and entlemeii of the
convention, your committee on per
inaneiit organization have in
structed me to make the following
report: He recommend for oerma
nent chairman of the convention,
lion. William McKinley of Ohio.
i roionged cheers.) Your commit
tee further recommends for perma
nent secretary of the convention,
Charles . Johnston of Minnesota;
ana the recommendation of the
committee further is that the tem
porary working force of secretaries,
reading clerks and assistant sec re
Lines be made permanent officers
oi this convention. (Applause.)
in oii;iuiiiee further recom
mends an honorary secretary and
an Honorary vice president for each
ot ihe states, and the committee de
sires me also to suggest that the
:!. -irations from the following
.-.ates t.end i report to the desk for
the vice president and secretary,
who up to this time have not re
ported to the committee: Alabama.
North Carolina. Louisiana. Maine,
Kentucky. Nebraska. Arizona. Indi
an Territory and Utah.'
-Mr. Lock wood I move the adop
tion of the report on permanent
The report was unanimously
The Chairman The chair will
appoint as a committee to escort
ceased reverberating through the
halls and corriders. and when si
lence was finally restored Chair
man McKinh-y was introduced by
his predecessor, Temporary Chair
man Fassett, who thanked the con-
j vention for its courtesy to him and
presented McKinley of Ohio. Ap
plause for the retiring and incom
ing chairmen resounded through
IJefore McKinley could say more
than "gentleman of the con vention"
some one called, "three cheers for
McKinley," and the building fairly
shook with the respose.
When quiet was restored McKin
ley proceeded deliver a brilliant
telling t-peech, punctuated by en
thusiastic applause as point after
point was made.
McKlnley's Grand Effort.
Among other things he saia:
ivepumicau conventions mean
something. They have always
meant something. Republican con
ventions any what they mean and
mean what they s.13-. They declare
principles ami policies and pur
poses, and when entrusted with
power, they execute and enforce
them." He said the platform of the
nrst republican convention in Phil
adelphia thirty-six years ago reads
to-day more like an inspiration
than the afii rill ;i tion rtf n rrrtr i
v a 1 i 1
political party; that every provision
of that great instrument was on the
public statutes of our country to-daj-,
which cannot be said of the
platform of any other political or
ganization of this or any other
country. Whenever anything was
to be done in this country, by this
country and tor this country, the
republican party has been called
upon to do it.
. Success Predicted.
"We are here to-dav to make n
platform and ticket that will rnoi.
mend themseWes to the conscience
intelligence and judgment of the
American people, and will do it.
Whatever is done by this conven
tion, either as to platform or ticket
will receive the approval of the
American people, in November.
"This is a republican year. Rhode
Island has spoken, On I3- yesterday
Oregon spoke by electing three re
publicans to congress. When we
get through with this convention
11s conclusions shall be the law of
of republican and the assurance of
of republican victory. We are for
a protective tariff and reciprocity."
touched up for fifteen hit.
jonnson pitched a game out of
eight and was handsomely sup
ported behind the bat l.v riiii
Stratum played a brilliant game!
.impung ten chances without an
error. Chiles, Clark and McKibben
did some live!- 1 1 ;:.. 1, ,
j ...n.t,. jvourKe
gave an exhibition of ball pl. ying
that surprised his friends. Twice
he interfered with basemen. The
feature of the game was a sensa
tional left hand stop of a line hit by
Packard, executing a double play.
j-uimers uase decisions
awful. The score:
SCOKE l)V INXlM.s.
r'Vi'f! " 1 2 2 0 0 0 (11-
l.r.m.l i-land it 0 0 0 1 0 u 0 (
Karmtl runs J l.-i--t in .-
1 wo-t,se liits-Milkr. IVttiful.l.
JMltle.l IlilSfS If ilStill;r4 1.
Time of a tne 1 :' I.
l'nijire h' u liner.
TO ANY GENTLEMAN
Who can write the most words on a
newU. S. Postal Card r
wild throw to first b- Marsh
was all that saved Jieatrice from
getting shut out yesterday by Fre
mont, Jones making a tour of the
bases to the plate on the throw, the
ball going out among the carriages.
The game, up to the sixth inning,
was a hummer, as neither side had
scored before that. In the fatal
sixth a wild throw to first by Holo-
han and a pair of errors by Taylor
let in two runs. The contest was a
battle of the giants. The Fremont
ers put up a game that few clubs
could have beaten. Both teams
.itinwoou iorm, except in one
inning, and the freqeut brilliant
plays by both clubs elicited yells
of approval from the grand stand.
.rremont is a hoodoo to ReatnV
and is the only club in the league
which the leaders have not beaten.
Kenned3-, Stoney and Taylor each
figured in two prett3 doubles. But
ler s fielding was a feature, as well
as that of Randall, each of whom
had three put outs. The score:
SCORE MY IXXIXUS.
ii t rice ....
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
t remont 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 '
Sacrifice hits Holmes.
Uoiible plays Two for
btoney to Taylor.
Hit by pitcher Tinini.
Mnick out Hy Slatrle 5
1 nne of ir.jine 1:15.
L mpire Hart.
ONE - PRICK - 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
JOE, The One Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892,
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person.
Standing of the Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost.
ueutrice -m 13
Grant! Island ?! jj
Fremont 21 11
HHstirtf 23 n
Kearney ji -.
wv umo jjcl
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
Ooera, Koiise Corner, Plattmonth
At Iiederkranz hall
'June 11. Admission 'r-
bers and ."Oc for 11011 members.
The paj- car arrived this mornin
aid paid off the li. Sc M. bo3s.
'r i . t.
jiv nrow 1 iV iwrrcti s 1 ...
- - v. V 1 V (1 111
oua water, it will keen von cool tf
UAXTED-A rir! tor lftnutr.il
. .. v u
Housework 111 small famiK- A,miv
ti mis oince.
J lie !all club leaves to-morrow
niornin for Beatrice for two
vt tne referees sale vesterdav hV)
acres of raw land were sold for $40
per acre; and for cash, too, amount-
mtf to 7,300.
Attorney J. S. Mathews rerelvorl
notice this ,nor;., -..4.- I i"llu" Ior new trial overruled and
Moore had been irranted , n.ni.J "? .U"?"8rivea 1,1 which to
of w ,w ' Pdre 0111 ot exceptions
"'""" ri... a 4...... . ...
T?o. if, , . J""" uulscne aammistrator,
w, 111c MilVIT OI TOKP VS.ll I I 1 'Ar.. r
t . " J I j- ci en. nuuon lur new
jameswos snot and instantly killed trial cousideied bv the'eonrt a,!(,
In the case of JJlachford c Co. vs
I'lattsmouth Canninr Co. et al He.
fendant tiiveii twenty days in which
D.M.Jones vs. Cass Co. Turbr-
ment on verdict brought in for defendant.
li. Iiilstein vs. J. M. Craiir. Itidn--
ment on verdict in favor of Crab--.
J. V. lirooks vs. C. K. Ward i
lotion for new trial overruled
li. K. Windham of Glenwood is i-i
Capt. Wiles went up to Omal a
A. li. Todd went out to Lincoln
A. L,. Timblin of Weeping Water
is in the cit3' to-da3'.
I T. L,. Murph3' was an Omaha pas
senger tins morning.
Fred Shroeder of Cedar Creek was
in the city on business to-da3'.
Will Ilouseworth returned to his
home in Lincoln this morning.
J. F. Koberts of Ashland, is in the
cit3 the guest of his brother, J. M
FOR P$Lr HIK
1 3STS TJ 1ST o E
The Place to Buy
ard wa re
the permanent chairman to the
chair Hon. Samuel resst-nden. Sen
ator Spooner and Ge eral Mahone
Cheers Greeted MoKlnley.
llie 4iniiouncen:e!it of General
Mahone's name was greeted b3" t-n-thusiastic
approval from the gal
leries -ind a number of delegates.
Governor McKinley was in the
eat with the Ohio delegation and
there was a flight hush as the com
mittee approached him and former
ly notified him of his election. With
1 bow tne governor 01 trie uucitej-e
tate arose and arm and arm with
the chairman of the notification
at Crede, Colo., yesterday
1H3- bheriff Kell3
Tlw. . . ..
ivguiar panel ot the jury
were turned loose this afternoon.
with instructions to reoort at 9
o clock to-morrow morning.
The doors at the Waterman will
1101 open until S o'clock and ih
performance by the Dodd Opera
company will commence slurp at
9 o'clock to-u.irht.
I will he at 110 Third street until
the loth of June. All those wishing
their fortunes told will please call.
I ?ieak 1 li --4- rlitf..-.. 1
a - . . .4viv.ui mill; Uclges,
can bring lovers together; can give
g-od advice to people in all kinds
The Dodd Opera company arrives
at .":17 on the llyer. having played at
Fremont last niht to ., r,.L-.i
r- -v - I'ttv v
house. They bring all the'r pro
perties and ellects used at the Far
nam Street theater, Omaha. 10 give
a line production of "Frmiuie" here.
They will return to Omaha for a ten
weeks' engagement and expect to
have the patronage of Plattsmouth
people during their stav- there.
Come out to-niWit in! n.,
J - - N. C I tl 1 I V,
Mr. Fred Kroehler, Jr.. and .Miss
Lizzie Weidmann, daughter af
iieorge Weidmann, were married
last night at the residence of the
bride's parents by Judge Kam
se3". After the ceremony the
guests sat down to an elegant
supper, prepared bv M
Weidmann and Mrs. Fred Kroehler.
me couple were the recipients of
many useful and cost I v T.r..,t
THE Herald extends congratulations.
taken under advisement
Anton Seiler vs. Cass Co
to foot of docket.
J- F. Stull and A. li. Smith vs. Cass
county passed to foot of dockect.
Henry J lowland vs. Cass Co.
passed to foot of docket.
Stull vs. Cass Co. passed to foot
Samuel T. Anderson vs T M
Beardsley.Called and passtd.
The State 'of Nebraska vs. Wm.
Coulson called and after some t vi
dence had been given, defendant
was discharged. Coulson was one
of tne men arrested charged with!
stealing wheat last winter out
Weather Report For May.
Monthly mean temperature, 5G.4 0
Highest temperature, 83-, 29th.
Warmest day, 29th.
Coolest day, 2Sth.
No clear da3s without clouds.
Fair da3's, o.
Cloud3' da3's, 15.
Number of thuuderstorms, 1C.
Storm3" days, 22.
Light snow storm 011 20th; light
frost on 23d. "
Northern lights see on 19th.
jv.iiiu,!ii, lu.iKi incnes; last 3ear
HOLD AND PORCELAIN CKOWWtj
Bridge work and fine gold work a
...4 .u. paiuiess extraction of
0. A MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald BW
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
sSEND FOR C.
COMHLNATIOS SArCTIts. .
K-incL.iiui A riirlj- ,
2inch, Lj 75 .,,
3(ineh. fi..... 1 1 . ...
EJCJWEACHAM ARMS CO.. ST louisSS
Board of Trade.
The boartl of trade will liold a
meeting to-morrow evening at
Judge Kamse3''s ofTice. for the pur
pose of taking steps for the celebra.
tion of July 4 and also other busi
ness that will come before the
board. All business men in the
cit3- are urgent' requested to be
present. R. li. Wixdham,
G. F. S. Hurtox, President.
List of Letters
Remaining unc'aimed in the post
office at Plattsmouth:
Cubes, Mrs Killie
Cooley, Mrs Mary
J.icks, John K
Mu'.Hs, Mrs E O
Keel. W II
Thomas, R A
;Thesc tiny Capsules are snpcrlo.
' Balsam r of iConifhfi. -v
Cubeb3 and Iniectinna. fefrv
They core in 48 hours the
same diseases withont
vroience. SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS
1 ersons calling for an3" of the
above will please ask for "adver
tised" mail. H. J. Stkeigiit,
r For Sale.
My house and three lots corner
S th and De3 price $l,'JO0.
.Mks. J. A. G.;iU'ELL.
Central Cit-, Xeb., ape. FIR. li.
All the assessors in the countv
have made their returns to the
count- clerk except the Second
ward, Plattsmouth, and the First
ward. Weeping Water.
EQUITABLK LIFF; INSURANCE
CO., OF N, Y.
T. II. Pollock, Agent,
Prown fc Barrcff im tti. f; .-. o
ot soda water drinks in the cit-. tf
Admitted the Facts.
Newspaper editors have to be very
careful in opening their columns
ui c-Kiicmciiis. Diu aware tnat tne
Dr. Miles Medical Co. are responsi
ble, we make room for the following
icfiimoinai irom k. ilcJJougall, Au
burn, Ind.,who for two years noticed
a stoppage or skipping of the pulse,
ins leit side got so tender he could
not lie on it. his heart lluttered. he
was alarmed, went to different doc
tors, found no relief, but one bottle
of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure cured
him. The elegant book. "New and
Startling Facts." frw at V a FVir-ir
Sc Co. It tells all about heart nnH
nervous diseases and many wonder
ful curss 3.
T 1 -a "
nau a severe attack of catarrh
and became so deaf I could not hear
Lo-jjiiion conversation. I suffered
terribl3' from roaring in my head,
procured a Dottle of Jil-'s Cream
Kalm and in turee weeks could hear
is wen as j. ever could, and now I
can say to all who are afflicted with
oc worst o; aiseases. caearrh. take
,13-s Cream Calm and be cured. It
is wortn i.(xx to nt, tvt.,
t, ryi,K euuering irom catarrh A
Hon. W. V. r nr-iL: c.4... ..,Ji4,.
01 rowa. sav-s: "i hat-. ,,0,1 r-i, .,,
berlam s Comrh T.i, ;
tamil- and ha ve no hesitation ' 1
saying it is an excellent remedy-. I
believe all that -iin,oH v-
Persons afflicted by a cough or
cold will find it a friend " There is
no daiurer from whnfirkin r roll rrh
when this remedy is freely given.
oO-cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co., druggists.
Shiloh's catarrh -t.., .c,:
ltive cure fatarrti n.-u.u t
. . . , viuiiuiciia auu
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
rnrse ot LO
I wish to specially recommend.
It is absolutely safe.
HOODS SOI.D OV TV'CT r r
U ment plan as cheap as for cash
on easy monthly payments. Come
in and examine mv anti-root :
ware which is warranted not to rust
for one year. If at any tim
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can rret
it for you on two da3 s' notice
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421 Main-St., PlattBmouth