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JUDGE ALLEN FIELD.
Nominated for Congress
i 'HAUMOMOUS AND ENTHUSIASTIC.
Republicans all of One MindJudge
Chaprnan Early Withdraws
From the Raceand Makes
I The First district republican
congressional convention met last
night. in Nebraska City. The con-
vention was largely attended and
. ..' 1 was an enthusiastic gathering.
t The Lancaster delegation arrived
1 I in a special car.
'. . After an afternoon's Iovefeast in
I , the office of the Watson hotel the
t ' 4 delegates met in the opera house
t 1 last evening to name Hon. Allen
W. Field of Lancaster county by ac
clamation as their crndidate for
congress. It was understood
during the afternoon that Judge
Chapman of this city, who had
been the only other candidate, was
not making a fight as he was but
just off a sick bed, and to place the
cap sheaf on the mountain of exist
t .1 r 1" . i -ti i
r 'A '"K ku"'-j icciing ne willingly corn
4 jj plied with the request to make the
iiuuiiiuiiiii Hpcecn in presenting
the name of Judge Field.
ALL WAS HARMONY.
The opening hour was set for 9
o'clock and although the delegates
were in their seats at that time and
the house was crowded it was twen
ty minutes later when Chairman
Woodward and Secretary McCart
ney took their seats.
i In calling the convention to or-
der the chairman said that he saw
1' such harmony on all sides as to
warrant the firm belief that the con
vention would, on this occasion
nominate the next congressman
from the first district of Nebraska,
fie said that the district had been
misrepresented in congress long
nough and it was desired to place
Ii n nomination a candidal
favor of American in
I igainst English or other
I''.erests, and one who w
n nomination a candidate who was
er foreign in-
ip the fallacies of the man who for
yearly two years has been misrep
.' -esenting this district.
JUDGE SULLIVAN'S VIE V8.
i. ) Judge Sullivan of Cass was named
'.is temporary chairman. He said
"hat Xthrnska lmrl tfpn Tpnresenled
V y Talle and noise for two years
lond that a man would be placed in
t: nomination by the convention who
5 Vould defeat the man. who had
rought the honor of the United
f nf fa in nnpatinn tv vntin rr acrainat
he world's fair appropriation and in
1 is open hostility to American in-
"jjv ustries. Mr. McCartney was made
Limoorary secretary, and the cre-
entials of the various delegations
: 'ere considered. The credentials
-ere accepted without reading, and
r.Sie temporary organization made
; erraanent The roll was called for
i Members of the committee on reso-
itions with the following result:
ass, Orlando Tefft; Johnson, J. S.
rew; Lancaster, II. M. Bushnell;
emaha, George W. Fairbrother; ;
toe. I. R. McKee: Pawnee, C. O.
rown; Richardson, D. D. Reavis.
ESOLGTIONS OF THE CONVENTION.
The following resolutions were
ported by the committee and
-lopted as read.
Resolved, That we, the repub
;ans of the First congressional
district, endorse the platform of the
itional republican party; that we
. idorse it as a wise and patriotic
V .position of the correct principles
a government that has been con
flicive to the wonderful growth,
Parvelons development and un-
funded prosperity ot the nation.
. Resolved, That we, the repub
ans of the First congressional
strict, recognize the national itn
rtance of the orld s Columbian
: position that has been instituttd
' t the nation and is under national
. prth ii
Jntrol- We recognize its great
I . . jrth in Nebraska in bringing the
v 1 (fyrld almost to our doors. We be-
e it should have all necessary
port from the federal govern
i to the end that the nation's
3 Ime n
me may be protected and magni-
'tX to the utmost. e conaemn
votes 'of the democratic repre
k itatives and the votes of the con
f essmeu from Nebraska, cast
f 'ainst aid to the world's tair, as
LvNipatriotic, un-American and
rL l.;na th welfare and material
ii?ere8ts of the people of
- oinfp. We denounce the
1 tarrianshiD of the congressman
J -Oo in casting about for subjects
:J..fnrm. selects an industry just
i . .' j-ttng in our own state, an mdus
l which is lowering the price of
: Riding twine made from our own
,i"he books of the Livingston Loan
'Gl Building association are now
e?n for subsrciption of stock, for
. . eigth series beginning Aug. 18,
; ; 1. Kemember this is one of the
? V. :ni:tii(;nna in tile
:f:iiity. For full information and
, . sck apply to c
-w7t Hexry R. Geking, sec.
ULESMAX WANTEg-V ajuju
II v Vmission offered. yreeiiiy
lit 1 -
ed by many o. u
Remember the meeting of the
Young Men's Republican club to
Kememuer the meeting of the
Young Men's Republican club to
night at the G. A. R. hall.
Owing to the wet weather, the
social that was to have been given
last night at Mr. Deeson's will be
given to-night. Everybody invited.
Lost Certificate of deposite on
Dank of Cass County, No. 8,079, pay
able to S. A. Wilson. The finder
will please leave the same at this
Fred Gorder Sc don have sold six
teen new binders during the past
three weeks, which speaks well for
the farmers of this part of the
The ladies of the South Park Tab
ernacle held a veiy enjoyable social
at the church last nigh. Ice cream
and cake was served to all those
who wished it.
The B. & M. will sell round trip
tickets to Denver, August 3 to 7, in
clusive, for $12. Final limit, October
10. Continuous passage in each
direction. J. Francis, G. P. A.
On account of the rain and mud
the ice cream social was
not held last night at the Baptist
church as was advertised, but will
be held this evening. Everybody
Julius Pepperberg requests The
Herald to inform he public that
he is not running a scab shop, but
that he is running an open shop;
that both union and non-union men
TheB. & M. will sell tickets to
Beatrice August 1 and 2 inclusive,
good to return August 3, for one
fare for the round trip, for the Hon.
Wm. McLinley lecture August 2,
to be held there.
Alfred W. White has commenced
suit in the district court against the
city of Plattsmouth for damages
done his store by building the
sewer through the alley back of his
Dr. A. O. Faulkner, president of
the Modern Woodmen accident as
sociation was in the city to-day and
settled with II. C. McMaken. Mr.
Faulkner will be in the city in a
short time to organize another
camp of Modern Woodmen of
While talking with one of our
business men yesterday he said:
"There is more money in the county
than ever before. I have no trouble
in collecting and have less on my
books than ever before at this time
of the year and am doing a larger
basines than ever."
Ice cream, cake and fruit relish
will be served to-morrow, Saturday
afternoon from three untill six
o'clock, in Mr. Waterman's yard,
corner 8th and Locust streets, for
the Presbyterin orf?an fund. Ice
cream and cake 15 cents, fruit relish
10 cents. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
O. P. Monroe vs. Hank Smothers.
Action in attachment; hearing set
for August 2 at 10 a. m. Amount
of claim $13.75.
Philip Thierolf vs. Peter Felter.
Suit in attachment; trial set for
August 2. Amount of claim $3420.
State of Nebraska vs. Gus Bailey.
Charged with carrying concealed
weapons; dismissed by consent;
costs paid by complainant.
State of Nebraska vs. JFrank No
vak, charged with disturbing the
peace. Dismissed by consent, de
fendant paying the costs.
Dennis McIIuge vs. Sam Archer.
Judgment by default $4.25 for work.
Joe Klien vs. Val Burkel. Judg
ment by default for $12.40 on ac
Joe Klien vs. Herman Streetweiser
Continued by the court until Au
Mr 8. F. II. Steimker was an Omaha
Mathew Gering was in Hastings
to-day on legal business.
Charles Petersen, the butcher,
had business in Omaha to-day.
Gordon B. Knotts left this after
noon for Council Bluffs, and from
there he goes to Des Moines.
Mrs. Walter 5 cott, who has been
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. McMaken, returned to
her home in Omaha this morning.
The following item, clipped from
the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat,
contains information well wrth
remembering: "Mr. John Roth of
this city, who met with an accident
a few days ago, epraining and
bruising his leg and arm quite
severely, was cured by one 50-cent
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm."
This remedy is without an equal
for sprains and bruises and should
have a olace in every household.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
My house and three lots corner
Sixth and Dey, price $1,200.
Mrs. T. A. G.; Buell,
Central City, Neb., apcE.R. B.
Manager Waterman, for the open
ing of the opera season, August 22,
has secured a strong company, who
will hold the boards for one week.
He has a number of open dates and
is filling them with first class at
tractions. This season the people
ot Plattsmouth will witness better
and stronger companies than ever
before. Manager Waterman has
companies booked up to Decem
The season will open August 22
with the John D'Ormand and Agues
Fuller company of sixteen artists.
The company will play one week.
Their repertoire is as follows:
'Ingomar," "Damon and Pythias,"
'Pygmalion and Galatea," "Sea of
Ice," "The Hypocrite," "Kingues,"
September 13 Leslie Davis in
"Faust" and "Marguerite."
September 14 and 15 Marcel Bar
ton's Pantomime Co.
September 20 "The Postmaster.'
October 7 Charles E. Schilling's
October 12 "Harvest Moon."
October 15 "Skipped by the Light
of the Moon."
November 2 "The Colonel."
November 24, 25 and 26 Prof.
Briton's Equescurriculean, with
thirty educated horses.
December 21 '
Ole Olson's Trou-
bles," new pla3r.
A magazine that tells us how to
live and how to eujo3r life while we
have it ought to be entitled to much
more than an ordinary amount of
consideration and support; the
great success of "Table Talk" is
therefore not a matter for wonder.
Its recipes for the kitchen, its in
structions and .suggestions in mat
ters relating to household manage
ment and economy, and the
thoroughly practical way in which
they are spread before the house
wife are able proofs that it really is
what it claims to be a household
magazine. The August number is
now readj , and full ot seasonable I
suggestions that the housekeeper
will be the loser for not reading.
Published by the Table Talk Pub
lishing Co., 1113 Chestnut St., Phila
delphia; $1.00 a year; 10 cents a sin- j
An ApDeal For Aid.
The following has been received
by 'The Herald asking the people of
fif4artimi4Vi f fi 11 All li -va wlin
feel disposed to give may forward it
lu juuu VJ. jiuii i'ldsuu vil .
iUASUTi LITY, aEU.,J Uiy li,
To the charitable people of Ne
braska It is generally known by
the telegraphic dispatches to the
daily papers of Omaha and Lincoln,
that this village was visited by a
very destructive cyclone on Friday
evening, July 1, 1S92, which totally
destroyed many of the resident and
business houses and all the public
buildings of our town.
Our school district is already
bonded to the limit of the law, and
the financial condition of thepeoole
will not allow the rebuilding or re
pairing of one loss in ten. The
losses are not confined to our town,
but many of the farmers la our vi
cinity are without shelter, and it is
the feeling of our citizens that they
share equally with the town in any
aid that may be given us.
Ihe loss is estimated at from thir
ty to fifty thousand dollars, and we
are greatly in need of help. It is
with pride that we refer to the fact
that our people have always re
sponded liberally to any of our
neighbors who have met with such
disasters, and we would ask that
each and every person who may be
aware ot our loss to contribute as
liberally as his or her financial con
dition may allow.
We have selected Mr. John A.
Hall, an old and respected citizen,
as treasurer, aud any funds may be
remitted to him, on a guarantee on
the part of every business man of
Mason City that such funds will be
expended for the rebuilding of our
school nouse and churches.
M. C. Warrington, )
A. B. Warreix, Committee.
W. C. Eixi6tt, )
The "Torments" have issued the
following challenge to the amatuer
ball club of Plattsmouth:
Omaha, Neb., July 28, 1892.
Plattsmouth Herald The Tor
ments, of Omaha, hereby challenge
the amatuer base ball team of
1308 Mason Street
Notice to Water Consumers.
The hours set apart to sprinkle
lawns are:5:30 to 7 o clock a. m. and
6 to 8 o'clock p. m. Sprinkling
must be confined to these hours,
and hose found in use except during
the above named hours will be
shut off without further notice.
6 Plattsmouth Water Co.
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE
CO., OF N, Y.
T. II. Pollock, Agent,
N.E. C. Meeting, Saratoga. N. Y.
The provision requiring passen
gers to deposit tickets with the joint
agent at terminal lines at Saratoga
has been cancelled. Tickets will be
honored for return from Saratoga
or from any intermediate point, any
time up to Sep. 15. It is not neces
sary to go to Saratoga to have the
tickets executed for return.
Gen. Pas. Agt.
It makes no
of these two
Joe will sell more goods on the dol
lar than any other
Summer Underwear and light
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
A carpenter by the name of M. S.
Powers, fell from the roof of a house
in East DesMoines, Iowa and sus
tained a painful and serious sprain
of the wrist which he cured with
one bottle of Chamberlains pain
balm. He says it is worth Svi to
a bottle. It cost him 50 cents. For
sale by by F. G. Fricke & Co.
T. H. Pollock. Agent.
Notice to Contractors
Sealed uto osa'swi1'. be recr' .'ed by the
secretary o" ie boi; of oc-oi i !oj until
6o'clockp. ui. .SuUi-x-8 Ai'Vt.6, j?92, for
the construe. ?ou ol o-ie wo s o--. , four
room Dnck )i' 'i!-.i3C.' 'e lo.slO.Mof 1-,
in SiudteiiiUv' at!":'--o I-i aooi1. ace
with ;lans a if spoc; .'fi ;o so.i i''si iie
first Aanoual oaukor fia. . ..ir..v .. iii.t.i
bid mnsi be acoi.iuuor?i by o ce .i-;ed
check Ot $200. '1" lie ix)i eserves ; je riht
torejcti aoya;i(' p'i -:ds.
ay oroc" ot i.uetoa . o- naucation.
J. I. I'NKUU Sec'y-
" wobto a onnxsA A BOX."
COTXBED WITH A. TASTELESS AND
$ A WCXBERFOL K3E0ICINE FOR
X Indlffmtion, Wan tofA ppet I te, rtllntt
after Meal, fontitlngt, Bielenen of
mnm Dumacti jnuowj or Liver uom-
etafefa, Sick Beadaehe.Oold ChilU,
Fluhingnf Heat. Zoumem of Spir
it, ana A.U Hervoue Affectum.
To ear ttaM eompltlnta s mart ramova
th ma. Th principal cmm is generally
te be fount) in the Meaieeli euiel liver I vut
1 H?. toaT ?l,to tem ,,dr ,or abort time
S will remove the eril, and reetor the sufferer
2 te eoond and Uatinc health.
f Oltuaraffists, mwii cents a box-
2 new ion wpoi) boo uanai St.
JOHN A DA VIES,
ATTORNET AT LAW
Office ii Uuion Blook
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
THOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
Notary Public & Abstracter soucuo
Eeal Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent
Tf von have real estate to sell or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,000 to loan at lYz per cent and
no commissions, on gooci
POLLOCK & IIYERS
Office under Caw County Bank.
difference to Joe, the Clothier, which
gentlemen are put up
-FOR IN ANY EVENT-
. This wais summer week anfl f
roe is slaughternig j
DON'T BE a FISfi- But make a visit to j
the Clothing Headquarters this Week and f
take advantage of the clearance sale which is
to make room for the
BIG FALL CAMPAIGN
No Clo.hier in Cass County handles such a
Splendid line of
AS DOES THIS ESTABLISHMENT OF
iOLO AND POKCF LAIN CKOWNS
Bridge work ami fine gold work a
K. STEINAUS LOCAL as well as other an
estheticsiven tor the painless extraction ol
tt A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald 'V'
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Among Tobacco, Havana
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the critical connoisseur.
anuiciai process can
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cigars are always made of
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FOR SALE Two desirable resi
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the Missouri Pacific depot. For
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WHERE YOU WILL FIND
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GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALL
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