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HURRAH FOR HARRISON.
Benjamin Harrison Nominated
on the First Ballot.
ULAINKONLY KKCKIVEO 175 VOTIS
"Limy one Ballot Necessary for a
Choice Harrison Exhibited
More Strength Than was
Credited to Him Mc
Kinley Under the
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June 10.
Special to THE II ERALI. The re
jMihlican nation j! convention nom
inated Benjamin Harrison for pres
jlent on the first ballot. McKinley
ame second, with Blaine third.
Following is the vote:
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support of the Harrison men in 185)2.
Not Tor tnaine
Morrisvillk, Vt., June 0. The II
II. I'owiTM reitublicaii club this
tiiorninirsentII.il Powers, chair
man of the Vermont delegation at
Minneapolis, a telegram saying:
"The people atd prena of Vermont
regret your position. Take a posi
tive stand for Harrison first, then
McKiulev and Sherman, not
Will Not Withdraw.
BOSTON. Tune 9. Blaine is still
here and ileclines to be interviewed
A friend who called on him says he
will not withdraw, but is perfectly
willing to let the delegates fight it
Minneapolis, Mi xx., June 0 The
convention got down to business
last night and Chairman Cogges-
well of the committee on credentials
took the platform, and stated that
he was not prepared with a written
majority report, but if the conven
tion wished he would make a verbal
report. He understood that the mi
Jiority was ready to report.
Mr. Wallace of New York said he
had a partial report from the minor
ity which he sent to the clerk's
Mr. Lockwood of Idaho asked
some questions which brought an
explanation from the chairman.
When his curiosity was satisfied
the chairman asked if there wasanj
objection to the reception of a ver
bal report from the committee. No
objection was heard and Mr.Cogges-
well, holding in his hand the mem
orandaui sheet, began to announce
the action of the committee. Mr.
Coggeswell dictatetl to the conveu
tion and the reporters. His report
was as follows:
The committee on credentials con
sidered the list of contested dele
gates and has heard in twenty-four
different costested cases. It recom
mends that the uncontested list
-nbuiittted by the national com
mittee of the temporary organiza
tion be accepted as the list of duly-
credited delegates and alternates
except the caes to be hereafter
In the matter of contests in the
Kighth, Third and Fourth tlistricts
it v:-.s recommended that the sit-
t'ng members retain their seats
In the Sixth the contestants, Hous-
':i and Mathews, were recom
mended to be seated. The sitting
tlelegates-at-large from Louisiana
were recommended to retain their
seats. In the contest from Missis
sippi both sets of delegates were
allowed seats, casting half votes
a ne cnairmau asked the repre
sentative of the minority, Mr. Wal
lace, if he desired to make a verbal
The report of the minority was
me same as the majority with the
exceptions of the Alabama disnute.
Mr. Coggeswell moved that the
majority report be adopted. Chaun
cey I. Fuller on behalf of the reoub
beans of Alabama, asked that the
minority report be adopted. The
chair announced that he would
recognize gentlemen from each
side alternately and gave the floor
to Mr. Massey of Deleware. who
spoKe in behalf of the majority re
... iiuWUui (.aiiiurina, an; seH-
ator Ualcott were then reco-nii7.il
A vote was taken on the majority
report. ine roll was called and re
suited as follows; For majority re
port, lib; against, .-&!..
Uetore the vote was announced
,3.ie convention, on motion of Ir.
Miepherd of New York, passed a
resolution authorizing the secre
tary to receive contributions for the
Mr. ForaKer, chairman of the com
mitiee on resolutions, was then
given unanimous consent to read
the platform, which was received
.villi great enthusiasm and adopted.
At l:J01a.-t night the convention
adjourned until 11 o'clock to-dav
CHICAGO. June 9. The daily News
made a canvass b- states of the del
-gates at M-'imeapolis and finds
them divided as follows: Hlaine
122, Harrison. -Joj. Alger 31. McKin
ley J2, Reed 2. Allison 1, doubtful
32. Tne News asserts that McKin
Hon. W. II. Shryock of Louisville
is in the city to-day.
Mrs. Joe McVey went out to Lin
coln this morning.
Itrnwti At Barrett lias the finest
of soda water drinks in the cit3. tf.
T. L. Murphy was a westbound
passenger this morning.
Patterson & Co. vs. II ugh Hehan
is on trial in district court to-day.
'I he Plattsmouth ball club de
parted this morning for Beatrice.
Try Hrown & Barrett's ice cream
soda water. It will keep you cool. tf.
Attend the board of trade meet
ing this evening at Judge Ram
The Dodd Opera company left on
the 9 o'clock train this morning for
IS - j - M i
light frost Wednesday night.
Nebraska Weather r
The period of ten days covered !
inis imintiu has been generally
cold with less than the average
rainfall and about the average
amount of sunshine.
The temperature has averaged
from four to six degree below the
normal and the sunshine was about
average excepting in the extreme
souvheast where the period was
generally cloudy. There was a
light frost on the night of June 1
doing some damage to tender vege
ables. In the southeastern portion of
the state the rainfall was slighly
above normal, ranging from an inch
to over an inch and a half; over the
remainder of the state it was gener-
erally below normal.
Corn plantingis nearly finished in
most parts of the state; much of that
planted before the middle of May is
a poor stand and in many instances I
has required replanting; that plant- I
ed later is coming up nicel' and in
some places cultivating is com
menced. Small grain is generally
jn excellent condition and rye and
winter wheat are heading out. The
season continuing about two weeks
Fruit of all kinds seems to have
been injured by the cold wet weath
er and the indications now are that
the crop will be light.
Antelope Weather fine; all crops
in good shape; everj'thing growing
splendid; corn about all planted;
TO AISTY GENTLEMAN
Izn. Cass C0-0.z2.t37-
Who can write the most words on a
new U. S. Postal Card f
ONE - PRICK - CLOTHIER
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
to-night at 8:30.
WANTED A m'rl for n-enerjil
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housework in small family. Aoolv
at this oflice.
The Y. L. R, R. A. will give an au
thors social at the K. of P. hall Tues
day evening June 21.
The teachers and pupils in the
Fourth ward are holding a picnic
to-day in Garfield Park.
Amos Burtnett departed this eve
ning for Ashland to take a course
in the Miner Institute.
The city council will meet Mon
day evening in their new quarters
111 the u ettenkemp block.
Henry Phillips was drunk and
disorderly yesterday and this
morning paid $11 for his fun.
A vague and undefined rumor
seemed to prevail upon the streets
to-day that it was tolerably warm.
The citizens of Plattsmouth are
ernestly requested to be present at
the board of trade meeting to-night.
Mr. Smith, a representative of
Max Meyer Ac Bro. of Omaha is in
the city to-day in the interest of his
The K. of P. decoration day will
occur Sunday, June 19. Gauntlet
lodge No. 47 will oppropriately ob
serve the day.
The Dodd Opera company played
to a crowded house last night. It
is a strong company, all of the
actors doing their parts well.
The annual meeting of the Ep-
worth League will be held at the
home of Clilf Wescott this evening.
All members are requested to
The graduating class of 1891-92
are making arrangements to attend
the graduating exercises in Platts
mouth next Thursday evening, so
says the Weeping Water F;agle.
Mrs. Blake entertained a large
number of her friends last evening
at her home on Main street, between
Third and Fourth streets. The eve
ning was spent in a pleasant man
ner, after which the gue9ts were
treated to a first-class supper.
The committee appointed by the
board of trade to notify all mer
chants and members of the board
to attend tne meeting to-night, went
around this morning and notified
every business man in the city and
the3" all promised to be on hand.
Cedar Corn all planted and some
Colfax Good weather for crops;
corn is backward and small grain
Cuming Corn nearly all planted.
Dakota Corn mostly planted ex
cept on low grounds; small grain
looking well; grass backward.
Dixon Corn is about all planted
but is two weeks late; some is up
and cultivated once; small grain
Holt Ground in fine condition;
planting nearly done and corn com
ing up; small grain good.
Knox Corn planting about fin
ished and the earlier plauted up and
in good condition.
Platte Corn not all planted, and
much of the early planted had to be
replanted; rye heading.
Pierce Some corn to plant; some
up and being plowed, but too cool
for corn to grow well.
Cass Corn planting mostly done;
winter wheat and rye are heading
out but straw short; spring grain
verj' backward and looks yellow and
Clay Wheat and oats look fairly
well; corn very backward, coming
up very slowly and apparently will
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.
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
OpcraHoTa.se Corner, Plattraoith.
Valley Farly planted corn not as
badly rotted was supposed.
heeler Small irrnill in irrinil
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oe a iinu stand; clover and timothy condition; most of corn up and
Fillmore Corn two-thirds plant,
ed; no plums and cherries to speak
Gage Some corn to plant yet,
much of the first planting rotted;
that planted later coming up and
doing well; oats short but looking
be I finely.
Jefferson Ground too wet to work
and planting not yet completed.
Johnson Planting about done on
uplands; three-fourths through on
Nucholls Wheat and crass look
ing remarkably well; corn nearly looking well
Chase Corn about all planted;
prospects for small grain never
better at this time of year.
Dundy Corn coming slowly.
Furnas Corn mostly planted;
fruit doing nicel3'; small grain and
alfafa looking well.
IIa3'es Corn plaining is about
all finished; small grain doing
well; r3'e and winter wheat are
Hitchcock Weather good for
wheat; most of the corn is up and
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
The Place to Buy
all planted and the first planting
coming up well.
Otoe Rain has retarded work;
corn not all plauted yet.
Pawnee Corn not all planted;
some coming up; apple blossoms
killed by cold and rainy weather.
Richardson Heavy rains delayed
Kearney An unusual acreage of
corn listed; fall wheat looks well.
Red Willow Rather too cool for
crops; rye all headed out and small
grain looking well.
Lincoln Frost on June 1 but no
damage reported; small grain doing
-j i - f iiitin tiaiii uuu
corn planting but corn now nearly remaikably well; corn backward
Fn r Cola
My house and three lots rnrnpr
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oiAui iimi ut?y, price i.uu.
IKS. J. A. G. BUELL,
Central City, Xeb., apc.K.R. B.
KUUITAHLE LIFF: INSURANCE
CO., OF N, Y.
T. II. Pollock, Agent,
1 ne Jury Return Thanks.
Judge Chapman this afternoon
discharged the regular juiy panel
and adjourned court until 30 o'clock
-Monday morning. Before seoarat
ing the panel passed the following:
lo the honorable Satrinol M
Chapman, ludire second i lidirinl
We. the mrv rlnlv 1f
impaneled both as tal
regular p?nel to try upon instruc
tions of your honor, hereby tender
our thanks for your im
partial and iiwi T-fi;n.ra
and courteot's treatment and
your further determination in
the new temple of iustice to e rrfrti.
ate the business of vrnr
the advantages of all ligitants, and
recommend lawyers to your mercy.
Costa Rica has one of the lariret
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ley has given the Harrison mana- in the world, ehowinir manv Cnl.,.,,.
gers io!itive assurance that he will I bian relics and historic data re
under no circumstances allow the L?.1'." u. the discovery of America,
use of his name as a dark horse and Si? "f;. P
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-tliat in return he will receive the I and will afterwards -u:
Saunders Corn planting all done
and crops looking well.
Seward Corn planting about fin
ished; some replanting done; oats
does not improve much; wheat
looks fairly well.
Thayer Ninety-five per cent of
the corn planted; early corn up, hut
part will be planted over; oats and
wheat looking well.
Logan Small grain in fine condi
tion; much corn being replanted
especially that which was listed on
Scotts Bluff Corn nearly all
planted; but weather too cold for
growth; some corn has to be re
planted; wheat and oats growing
slowly; wild pasturage good.
Brown Ground very cold: still
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Bridge work and fine gold work a
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York Crops progressing slowly; sowing wheat on the low grounds
corn nearly all planted; replanting
Dawson General rain June 1
made the ground wet enough to de
lay planting; wheat doing finely;
Greeley Corn nearly all planted;
too cold for corn; light frost Thurs
day; wheat and oats looking well.
Hall eather favorable for farm
work but too cold for corn, some to
Loup Early corn cominjr up but
looks poorly, corn nearly .11 in; ear
ly sown wheat looks well; late sown
wheat on spring plowing not so
Merrick Rye, wheat and oats very
backward; corn on the uplands all
up and does not seem to need re
planting; some of the lowlands not
Nance Planting mostly done.
Sherman Corn planting-finished.
but some reolantinc: com in o- nr
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where it was to wet before.
Ch err3' Little corn plauted and
much of the ground 3'et to be
Ke3-a Paha Crops late, but look-
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jug wcjj, turn piaming aDOUt two
Sheridan Small grain all in and
mucn corn piantea.
Goodwin D. Swezey,
G. A. Loveland, Director
Weather Bureau Assistant.
Admitted the Facts.
Newspaper editors have to be very
r. . i . . ... .
tareiui in opening ineir columns
for statements. But aware that the
Dr. Miles Medical Co. are responsi
ble, we make room for the following
lesnuioniai irom ncuougaii,Au
burn, Ind., who for two years noticed
a stoppage or skipping ot the pulse,
his left side got so tender he could
not lie on it. his heart fluttered, 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," free at F. G. Fricke
cNc Co. It tells all about heart and
nervous diseases and many wonder
ful curss. 3.
I had a severe nffn-lr rt 4t.
. i.iJ. V 1 V.I1 1(11 I 1 J
and became so deaf I could not hear
common conversation. I suffered
terribly from roaring in my head,
I procured a bottle of El3Js Cream
Balm and in tnree weeks could hear
wen as x ever could, and now I
can say to all who areafilicted with
the worst of diseases, caearrh, take
Jil3'S Cream Calm and be cured. It
is worth $1,000 to any Man, wr,man
or child suffering from catarrh A
Ji. acwiuan, trra3-ling, Uich.
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
Hon. W. V. Liiriua f.ir.wMf 3iii;i..
of Iowa, savs: "T havp naori r"v.a.
berlain's Couch Remedv in rx-
Kiiiiny ana nave no riesitatirn
sayinir it is an excellent remwiv
believe all that is claimed for
Persons afflicted by a cough
cold will find it -i frinH " TVii-
no danger from whooping cough
wneii inis remeov is treeiv m-cvn
"ttni ooiues tor sale bv k
Fricke & Co., druggists.
I wish to specially recommend.
It is absolutely nafe.
Shiloh's catarrh rpmnflv a nnai.
itive cure Catarrh. Dinhtheria anH
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co
I will be at 110 Third street until
the loth of June. All those wishinir
their fortunes told will please call.
I epeak three different lancuaeres:
can bring lovers tocrether: can irive
good advice to people in all kinds
of business. Lomo.
pOODS SOLD ON THK INSTALL-
! U ment plan as cheap as for cash
on easy monthly payments. Come'
in and examine my anti-rust tin
ware which is warranted not toru3t
for one 3-ear. If at any time you
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can get
it for you on two days' notice.
42 1 Main-St. . Plattsmouth
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