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HARRISON AND REID.
J Strong Ticket Placed in
' Field at Minneapolis.
j:kii iiii. unanimous uiioici:
ri -mi. who l:iy upon a nick bfd less
tliiin I'M t'c-t away, anxious, no
doubt, but as yet um uiuicimis that
the extra anxiety of the last f w
t t -. ........ . .... I .4
Hays i:ii 1'i.M'n 1 1 i.tciiwi n. .mi m.n.
her hu-oaiid. Iit-ujatuin Harrison,
had Immmi selected to It-ad the r'
publican party in the coming cam
paign tor tin pr?siilency.
HOME ROTECTION COLUMN.
WE WILL ..CELEBRATE.
Plattsmouth Will Appropriately
Observe 1 ndependence Day.
A VKKY KN I li Ll ATIC MKE11NU
Editor Rosewater Elected a Member
of the National Com m i t tee--
The Convention Adjourn d
After an Interesting?
I il.Mil'C'l Kl HV J IK W. C.T. f
At 1 1 :rC, yesterday morning Chair
man McKinley calh-d the con ven
lion 10 onicr alter winch Kev. I lays
of .Minneapolis olfered prayer. Af
ter some rotine business the chair-
tiian aniioiiiiced that 110111 ina t ions
were in order. It was decided that
he roll of states should he called
md when Colorado was reached
Senator Wnlrott took the Hour and
!aeel in iiomiuatioii James G.
The roll call went on and when
Indiana was readied Hon. Ricnard
i noinpsoti ex-secretary ot the navy
iro.-e and nominated Benjamin
The call of states was resumed un
til Michigan. There wa.s a hreath
less pause, hut no response from the
Michigan delegation. "What's the
matter with Algcrr" shouted a
ieiegaie. .-voi in it. a voice re
When Minnesota was reached Ens
fis seconded the iioiiiinatioii of
At the close of KustiV speech the
chief Blaine demonstration of the
1 a. a. v . .
uay iook niace. it seemeu to have
no limit. The crowd yelled waved
umbrellas, threw hats, and danced
and cheered, and when it seemed
that human power must soon over
come itself the old cry of Blaine.
James, G. Blaine, spread through
the main testation was the most
sensational. The prolonged en
durance of intensity prohahly
-quailed anything e er een in the
oi! vention. At twent3--three min
utes the hand began playing, hut
Hie roar came again and the stamp
McKinley began rapping with his
gavel ami finally tile storm spent
it-e!f at tlie end of thirty-one inin-nte-.
W. E. Mnllc.-oii. colored, from Mis-
seconded the nomination.
He was the grersiest citizen in the
world. a man .- ival that no one
was jealous of 1: ini. ile was the
greatest American and the greatest
living repuoi n in. James G. Blaine.
When New York was reached
Ho:i, Chauncey M. IVpv.w arose and
in one of his greatest speeches sec
onded the nomination of Benjamin
A fu r .several other delegates had
-poken ex-Governor Sewell of New
jersey moved that he convention
proceed to hallos. The vote result
d as follows:
ii .rri-i.ti . KT, I.,
KVr-1 "... "' 7
A t .!. !:! 1 through til..- solemn lii
Tln.-eiy 4-l'K-k tulli-d One;
It r..ji.l tu i every listening ear.
An t Iht U.iy's Ix-U'in.
So. in our tuition's loom. a peal
K'in out i.ur tritmipu liour.
It !!- how honest, earnest work
fi.val .low n the tyrant's pewer.
The who!.- world hear., the welcome
Ami tre.-her forces ri-e
To join t lie lew who loiiir lia ve foi:i;Iit,
Willi f.iiihtiiat never die-:
( lur lot-- tall hack in wavering line-.
A ill t ri-itili for their power ;
They k :i ew l--ieat is.lrawimf near
i nl's clock lias struck t he iiour.
With (io.l t here is no coin prom: -e ;
ile ItaTt-tli every wronir;
With ii i in a - lea. ler oi on r cau-e.
With ..allot, prayer au.l -011.
We'll work nniti-d". hrave aixl -tron,
l.'i.ti! the wlii.-kv power.
Throii -lioii 1 1 lie wnrlil. -Ii.-il! i:relv know
ti. .i's clock has struck the iionr.
We.-iern Christian Advocate.
l'roliil)itio:i prohibited, even in
New York. On Sunday. April -1,
saloons and gambling houses were
tightiy shut; let us hope that other
haunts of sin were also harred and
holted. The like was never seen in
Gotham. What was the reason.
Due Christian minister had
preached against the abominations
of his own city and had kept on
preaching; had arraigned the
sworn officers of the law as vulvar
roughs leagued with the immoral
and criminal classes. He had been
cited to appear before the irraud
jury, had made his. words good by
sure testimony; the jury had ar
raigned the police; the police did
not dare longer to let the law re
main like a rusty sword in a still
more rusty scabbard. So they set
at work to do, under the lash of
public criticism, what they ought
always to have done. Who will
roll away the stone for us in other
citier Where is the Dr. Parkhurst
of Chicago and St. Louis, Baltimore
and Boston? Heaven grant that he
may soon appear with thunder-bolts.
The Citizens of Plattsmouth are
Making Arrangements for a
Big Time on the Fourth of
July--A Reualr Old
TO ANY GENTLEMAN,
j.n Cass C0-0.a3.t3r
Who can write the most words on a
new U. S. Postal Card
Pursuant to a call last night the
equity court nAnn was crowded with
citizens who ere unanimously iu
fav r of celebrating Independence
day. The meeting was called to
order by Hon. lv B. Windham, pres
ident of the board of trade. After
stating the object of the meeting, a
general discussion by those present
was indulged in a nil every one was
very enthusiastic over the matter.
The citizens are all working togeth
er and will make the celebration
eclipse anything; ever held in the
An executive committee was ap
pointed by the chair, consisting of
ten members two from euch ward
who will have tlie celebration in
charge. The committee stands:
First ward-Geo. K, Dovey and J.
Second ward Dr. A. Shipinan
and 11. C. McMaken.
Third ward J ud-e Sullivan and
F. M. Kichey.
Fourth ward T. C. Shepherd and
Fifth ward Kd Oliver and A. J.
This committee will meet Monday
evening for the purpose of appoin
iii'fX all sub-committees and taking
active steps towards mnkinuf the
celebration a success.
The rijht kind of men compose
the committees and you can loolc
tor a biff time.
Tlc roytilqit quel Yidi--'A ql.c
ONE - PRICK - CLOTHIER
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
A Nice Spring Suit.
A Nice JLeather Satchel.
Two Nice Shirts.
Yesterday's Ball Games.
X ecessa r y t o c 1 1. m se. - - 45 1
The convention then adjourned
.intll 8 p. m.
At 8 o'clock the convention was
.-ailed to order and the roll of states
-was called until Xew York was
reached and State Senator O'Con
jior arose and placed iu nomination
for vice president Whitelaw Keid
f the .New ork Tribune. General
Horace Porter in an able speech
seconded the nomination.
On motion of Mr. Caney of Iowa,
the rules were suspended and the
nomination made unanimous.
At ten o'clock the convention ad-
j.uirned sine die.
With a Kiss.
WA.-HI.NOTOX, I). C. June 111. A
kiss, fiven by Miss Jeanette Hal-
ford as she flu tiff her arms about
I'resident Harrisons neck at ."5:12
o'clock this afternoon, announced
to him that he had been renomi
tiated by the Minneapolis repub
lican convention for president.
The president was in his office
across the hall from the telegraph
room, where the bulletins were he
mp; received by an enthusiastic
crowd composed of cabinet officers,
ijeiierals in the I'nited States army,
newspaper men and women, at
taches of the executive mansion
.and colored servants.
. Miss Halford rushed across the
Hall and saluted the president as
she had done four 3'ears afjo at
.Minneapolis when he first received
the iiomiuatioii. The president
was surrounded by Secretaries
Tracy, Xoble and Rusk and by Mrs.
McKee, Kussell Harrison, Mrs. Par
ker, Lieutenant Parker and other
members of his private familj-.
It was a memorable scene, and
only one face was missing' to com
plete the picture, that of Mrs. liar-.
It is in direct violation of Missoti
ri's statute law to employ women to
sell liquor, unless the woman is the
wife, daughter, mother or sister of
such saloon keeper. The fjfrand
jury xtt St. Louis, in response to a
resolution presented by the St.
Louis W. C. T. U. arrested and in
dicted the olfenders. At the hear
ing, representatives of the liquor
dealers association euloirized the
l.NU) saloon keepers, who must be
respectable, they said, or they could
not procure licenses, and who paid
friXXyxX) a year taxes. One of these
addressed tlie ladies of the W C. T.
U. particularlv. claimino- that the
objects of his association were, by
every means, "to promote temper
ance and the ,rood order of society.
Tlie -Norwegian plan of running-
saloons (if saloons must be run!)
commends itself in practice and re
nn.-. .-v monopoi3' 1S given to a
societj of shareholders, who must
pay into the city treasury all profits
over 5 per cent. This surplus is
applied to deserving charities and
benevolent institutions. Women
are not permitted to be employed,
nor youths under sixteen. Attend
ants are clad in uniform, each man
with a number on his collar like a
policeman. The bars are plainly
fitted up. clean and respectable.
There are no seats, private com
partments or attractions of any sort
for loitering on the premises
These saloons cannot be opened be
fore !S o'clock in the morning, nor
kept open after 10 in the evening.
It is a conclusive fact, founded up
on experience, that the traffic iu al
coholic beverages has been greatly-
reduced and drunkenness curtailed.
since the introduction of this sys
tem in Norway.
The French Temperance organiz
ation is known as "La Societe de la
Croix Bleu." The careless French
man is becoming thoughtful in re
gard to the drink danger.
The temperance movement is
gaming a hold among French
It has been decided to discuss the
piestion of Sunday opening the ex
position on the second ilay of the
next meeting of the national com
mission which will probalj- be Oc
According to the Beatrice corres
pondent of the Lincoln Journal the
Plattsmouth and Beatrice clubs
put up about as rocky- a game of
ball as has been seen tit is
year. 1-Mattsmouth had the game
won up to the eighth inniiiir. the
score standing 8 to 5. But in the
next two innings Beatrice made
eleven runs, while Plattsmouth only'
secured one. The score:
I. recti, ss
S Patterson 11
Ha Ivor. ..vll...
K'eeves, ll.vi. .
I'errine rf .
A. H K. iBH Ho
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,
Oipera, ZESovuse Corner, l&ttaso.o-u.tlt.
A HI K. M 11 FO A K
K";itiilail, cf 5 ! 2 1 3 1 0
Holmes. If .... r 3 1 0 0 0
I iooliiintl Jib ti 2 3 O 0 1
Taylor, lb 5 3 1 12 1 2
Kennedy, ss fi 2 1 1 2 2
Jones, c 4 2 1 ( 0 0
Derrick.rf ( 1 2 1 tl 0
Skile. p 3 ft 3 i 4 i
Stoney 2b 5 1 2 3 5 1
Totals 47 Hi "TH" 27 I 13 7
SCOKE BV INNINOS.
Plattsmouth 1 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 1-
Ueatnce 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 5 ti Hi
K'uns earned Ueatrice fi, Plattsmouth 1.
1 wo base hits Holmes, ilolohail, Ken
nedy, j ones l.rrick.
Three base hits Stoney, J Patterson.
Double play Patterson to W'irsche,
liases on balls Otf Keevesli, Stable 1.
Hit hy pitcher Green.
Hastings everlastingly knocked
out the Fremont freaks yesterday
SCOKE BY IXXIXOS.
4 1 4 7 0 ." 1 0 ." 27
1 101000 0 t 3
S I'M MARY.
Kims earned Hastings 17.
Two-base hits IcKiibeii Ki?i-li MV-
Karland, Clarke, Ilnwinun,
i hree-base hits McFarland and Clarke,
Hases stolen Hastings lj. Fremont 3.
liases on balls tietc hell 3.
Struck out Finch 4, CJetchell 5. Purcell 2.
Passed balls McFarland 1. Palmer 3.
Wild pitch Getchell.
Tme of caiiie-2:25.
She Committed Suicide.
Mrt F. D. Hoe. at Watkins. left this
letter: "My husband Forgive me
if I cause you trouble, but I suffer
to. l ou do not know wlmt th-
long, wakeful, wretched nights are
to me, ahd I am so tired, darlino-
the pain will never be better. It is
not easy to take mv own life, but I
have been sick so long. Good-bje,
my husband, I love vouvour wife."
This is but one of thousands that
give up, instead of using Dr. Miles
Kestorative .Nervine, and beinir
peedily cured of their wretched
ness. to to h. Cr. Fricke and iret an
Iepant book and trial bottle free. i
Salesmen Wanted Valuable
commission offered. Twenty dol
lars weekly earned bv our a ire tit h.
Samples free. P. O. Box 1,371, New
AT GRAND ISLAND.
Kourke and the Sugar City's broke
the tie yesterday by defeating the
cotton-pickers from the city by the
pond. This makes the sixth con
secutive victory from Kearney and
the first victory after losing four
straight games. The poor umpir
ing of Fulmer and the great one-
hand catch of Buckley were the
features. The score:
SCOKE BY INNINGS.
Grand Island 5 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 011
Kearney 0 0 1 4 2 0 o 0 0 7
Harriet! runs Grantl Island 3, Kearnev 1.
Two-base hits Kipp, Fear.
Hases stolen Grantl Island 7, Kearnev ft.
Double play Fowler to Sheehan.
Hases on balls HorTer 1, Castonc ."i.
Hit by pitcher Hotter 1. t'
Struck out Hotter 6, Castone 4.
Passed balls Murray 2.
Wild pitches Castone 3.
Time of name 2:00.
First M. K. church, Dr. L. F. Britt,
pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.,
preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, "God
Habitation." At S p. m. "The
Children's Day" program will be
rendered by the Sunday School.
TheKpworth League will meet at
7 p. m. in the gallerj- of the church.
All are cordially invited to attend
Try Brown & Barrett's ice cream
soda water. It will keep 3 011 cool. tf.
Real Estate Transfers.
Following are the real estate
transfers for the past week as com
piled by Polk Bros., abstracters
and publishers of the Daily Record:
Z T Brown and wife to C E Wes
cott. lot 11, Porter's Add to Platts
mouth $1,000 0(1
HE Kropp tt NV111 Kropp, pt 7-10-13. 5,200 00
T F' Jameson and wife to K H Jame
son, si2 and nw 'X of se'i 9-10-12 400 00
C k'ivett and wife to American Ex
change bank, 11 of lot 1, blk 21,
Eliuwnod 1,200 00
C K Lau 11 ml wife to E F Lau, nVj of
ofsw'4 2-11-10 4,000 00
S A Thomas and husband to A Kol-
erts, lot oil!, Louisville 700 00
Andrew Klepser to T A Healev, lots
-, blKlo, Carter s Add to Weep
ing Water ... 450 00
Jno A Dempster anil wife to MA
J luges, pt .se'4 of nwS 32-12-9 1,500 00
Peter Gruler and wife to M L
1 hoiuas, lot 17, blk 2, Union 100 00
Brown & Barrett has the finest
of soda water drinks in the city. tf.
Nehawka will keep abreast of the
times by building a i&VXX) school
house this summer.
1 S XJ 1 A. ZST C 53
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
The Place to Buy
' a rd ware
ttOl.l) AND PORCELAIN CKOWNS
Bridge work and tine gold work a
i)K. HTKINAL'S LOCAL as well as other an
sthetistfiven forth painless extraction of
0. a MARSHALL. Fitzgerald w
9TSEND FOK ..
C0MBL ATIO!f SAFKt:
Mud tiuimll, - ..i
SS-ineh, Bors-ry .:r
24-ineh, itoys " t .r .."
-lnh, V Bearing J IV
E. C. M EACH AM ARMS CO.. ST LOUiS.MQ.
Carrie, wife of J. II. Reynolds,
died last night at about 10 o'clock
from puerperal fever. The funeral
will take place to-morrow.
My house and three lots corner
bixtli and Dey, price ifl.'-ioU
.MRS. J. A. ti. BUELL,
Central City, Neb.. apc.F;.K. B.
Standing of the Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
lieatrice 21 lfi 5 .762
tirand Island 2C 15 11 .577
Iluwtinns 25 13 12 -20
Fremont 23 11 12 .478
Plattsmouth 23 8 15 .343
Kearney 22 7 15 .313
The snowball carnival given by
the Christian church last night was
a unique affair. A large crowd was
present at the residence of Mrs
Walker, where it was held.
World's Fair Notes.
A Kacine, Wis., firm is planning
to have a complete tannery plant in
operation at the exposition.
President Diaz has recommended
j to the Mexican congress that Octo
ber 12 of this ye.ir be made a
national holidaj- in commemora
tion of the landing of Columbus in
the new world. He saj-s in his mes
sage that the work of collecting the
Mexican exnibit is progressing rap
idly, and that a display of Mexican
troops will be made at the dedi
I had a severe attack of catarrh
and became so deaf I could not hear
common conversation. I suffered
terribly from roaring in my head,
I procured a bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm and in tnree weeks could hear
as well as I ever could, and now I
can say to all who are afflicted with
the worst of diseases, caearrh, take
F)lys Cream Calm and be cured. It
is worth $1,000 to any Man, woman
or child suffering from catarrh A
E. Newman, Grayling, Mich.
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
Hon. W. V. Lucas, ex-state auditor
of Iowa, says: "I have used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in my
family and have no hesitation in
sa-ing it is an excellent remedy. I
believe all that is claimed for it.
Persons afflicted by a cough or
cold will find it a friend " There is
no danger from whooping cough
when this remedy is freel3r given.
50-cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co., druggists.
I wisih to specially recommend.
It is absolutely safe.
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a posi
itive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co
I will be at 110 Third street until
the loth of June. All those wishing
their fortunes told will please call.
I speak three different languages;
can bring lovers together; can give
good advice to people in all kinds
of business. Loxo. .
GOODS SOLD OX THE INSTALL
ment plan as cheap as for cash,
on easy monthly payments. Come
in and examine my anti-rust tin
ware which is warranted not to rust
for one year. 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 Maln-St.. Plattsmouth