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PL ATTSMO UTH, NEB., JULY i, 1890.
VOL. IV. NO. 85.
THE NEWS. Kstahlshed Nov 5. lil. 'consolidated Jan. 1.1815.
JI1E 11KUAL1), Established April 10, (
flXNINIJ TICKET NAJIK1 Full EN
! JMHISEMKM IX NO V KM HE K.
ak MaiColl l'lu k the .ulrnatoriiiI
I Nomination On tli- Firth Itiillot Cas
County llior-l by the Nomination of
Orlando TrtTt for LU-utrintiit (iovi riior
f A History of the Sev-ral '.in..iil:t'.
iecrt.'tary 1 St;ite
Supt. ol Pub List . . . . .
Supremo J mine
J. II. M COLL
OKLANI 0 TKKi'T
JOEL A. I'll'KK
....1'. O. 1 Hi DLL' Nil
C. K. CASEV
...11 K. COKUKI I'
II. C. KL .s.SKLL
... KOI.EK1" KVAN
.... M. P. KINK. AID
..W. ti. Will i MORIC
The ropubiiouns of Nebraska had a
7i".mc of it in Lincoln Wednesday,
after an d iy's rioion placed in
nominal. .hi a ticket which the iieople
will ho only too glad to give their com
plete endorsement on election day.
The certainty that the ticket will be
suc-cesaful brought out no end of candi
dates and the men chosen command
tho respect of every intelligent voter
in the atatc.
(urri rs of the Candidate.
: John LI. MacColi wad born in the
county of Kent, Ontario, July 8, 1S12.
lie cauie ta Nebraska in February,
i IStiij, and located in tho unorganized
J territory now known as Dawson county.
f lie engaged in farming and stock rais
? ing for many years. Mr. MacColi and
his business associates erected tho
hirst flouring mill in that county in
y 1SS4. He was also largely interested
'in real estate and other commercial
; ventures, Sinro he first camo into the
state he has resided in the same lo-
calily, near Lexington, and is now
living on the same piece of laud he
homesteaded in 1871. Mr. MacColi
has never hold any state ollice. for
thirteen years ho was clerk of Dawson
county and a member of the legisla
ture, in the house in 1877, at tho time
Hon. Alvin Saunders was elected
United States senator. Two years ago
he was a candidate for tho gubernator-
ial nomination, but was defeated in
tho convention by Tom Majors, who
wiis subsequently defeated 03' Gover
' ufor Ilolroinb at the polls. Ho is a
Knight Templar and a Shrincr; also a
Scottish Kite Mason and a lifelong ro
. publican. He has always doud largely
engaged in agriculture and is an earn
est, progressive citizen of the state,
i Hon. Orlando TeiTt was born at Ei
. gin. III., in 1S43. lie was educated in
t the public schools and in an academy I
located at the placo of his birth. He
came to Nebraska in territorial days last congress went into effect yester
j and settled at Avoea, in Cass county, day and hereafter United States At
l. lu l!So7 he purchased a farm of 480 torney Sawyer will draw a salary of
acres near that place, on which he $4,(MK) a year, and United States Mar
", still lives, and which he has roduced shall Frank E. White will got a salary
- to a hih state of cultivation. Like
his father liefore him, ho has been a I
prominent factor in Cass county poli- J
tics for many years, and ever since be
has had any political career, has been
an ardent, earnest republican, and
very few state conventions of tho party
have met without him being present, j
Hp w:m rloeted state senator in 1871) I
and 1S81 and was again elected to the I
same otlice in 18'.)4, in which body ho I
- was an influential and hard working
r-wiK tnvwa horn in Jersey-
Tii ,.n',nn to Nebraska in
1S7'J, locating'at I'awnoo City, I'awnoo
county-. Ho at llrst organized a small
bank, which subsequently becamo a
national bank, with a capital stock of
.fGO,UO(). lie is 45 years of age, mar
ried and has quite a family of cbil
dren. He has been largely identified
with the business interests of Pawnee
. county, although he has never held
nv iolitieal ollice in tho state. He
:fias always been a stalwart republican
and tho county convention gave him
the privilege of naming his own dele
gation and writing their credentials.
Ije IS UOW laslllCI Ul IIIC lanun.'
National bank of I'awnee City, Neb.
1 O. lledlund, the republican can
didate for state auditor, was born in
Sweden 40 years ago. lie came to this
countrv at an early ago and in 187(5 lo
cated at Holdrege, I'helps county,
whore he was for fourteen years couniy
clerk and surveyor. Ho has also been
vice-president of the First National
bank of Iloldrege. Two years ago he
was a candidate for state auditor be
fore the convention, but was defeated
by the present auditor, Eugene
Moore. He then went into the ollice
as Moore's deputy and has proved a
most excellent executive otlicer. Mr
IlediunU is married, the father of
even children and at present resides
in Lincoln. Ho has always been a
loyal republican and is very popular
amotr the Swedes and Danes of Ne
V 'Joel A. 1'ipor was born in Oxford
cojnty, Ontario, Juno X, 1851. Upon
reaching his majority ho removed to
II irlan county and took up a home
stead near Alma. In 187'J he was
e. cited county sujerinicnuenv 01
; schools, atid in 18S1 was elected county
Jr ' clerk. lie held this ollice until Jan
ttCtrv. On retiring from this
? . oftice ho opened an abstra;t ollice at
1 .. .Antiniunir in 1 1. ta hnina.cal
-.'ir.tii hn was elected soeretarv of state'
aa 1IU Ja a.aaJa.aaaa..3 aaa Villi UUOIUtO
two years ago. In politics ho has al
ways boon a ropubliean.
A. S. Churchill was born on a farm
in Erie county. New York, February
2, 1844, and removed with his parents !
to Wisconsin in 1S4G. He commenced
the practice of his profession at
Atlanta, la., whore ho remained until
his removal to Omaha in January,
1SST. Ho cast his first vote for Grant
for president and has ever since been
a republican. Ho held but one office
previous to his election to tho position
of attorney general two years ago,
that of city clerk of Atlanta, la.
Henry 11. Cor belt was born' in Tren
ton. Clinton county. III., in 1861. His
father, who was a l'rosby terian mini
ster, moved to Nebraska in 1878 and
engaged in the mercantile business at
Nelson. Nuckolls county. He was
sent to tho old home of his mother in
Vermont to be educated, but the ill
ness of his father compeliod the young
ni.-iii to 1 eturn to Nebraska and assume
tho management of a farm to which
his father had removed. He worked
on the farm lu the summer and taught
school in the winter and finally com
pleted tho last year of his college
course at tho Hastings Collego, grad
uating in 1889. Since that time he has
been engaged in teaching. When
elected two years ago to the office to
which ho has been renominated he
was superintendent of tho public
schools at York.
Kobert Kyan was born in Washing
ton county, New York, July 27, 1842.
He was admitted to practice in the
supreme court of Iowa in December,
1So7. Ho removed to this state in 1882,
locating at Lincoln, and practiced his
profession continually until appointed
as one of the supreme court commis
sioners of this state in lS'J.'J.
Moses 1. Kinkaid was born on a
farm in- Magnolia county. West
Virginia, January 24, 1851, and with
his parents resided in that county and
Grove county, Pennsylvania, until
lSt'.l), when the family removed to
Henry county. Illinois. In 1874 ho en
tered the law department of the Uni
versity of Michigan, graduating in
lS7i. Ho first commenced tho prac
tice of his profession in his home
county in Illinois, but removed in 1880
to l'ierre, S. D. He only remained
there a few months, however, when he
removed to O'Neill, in this state.
where he has resided since. He was
apjKjinted to a position on the bonch
in his district in April, 18S7, by Gover
nor Thayer, and has since been elec
ted to that position, which he now
holds. In 1882 he was a member of
the state senate, being chairman of
the committee on judiciary.
The New Federal Salary Uw
The new salary law passed by the
of $3,500. S. It. Hush, assistant to Mr.
Sawyer, will get a salary not to exceed
2,"0 a year, the exact amount to be
fixed by the attorney-general. All tne
deputy marshals were legislated out
of office by the bill at midnight Tues
day night, and new ones were ap-
pointod by Marshal White. There
will be no new facos in the list, but
many of the old ones will disappear.
There have been about eighteen of
those deputies in the state, but here
after there will be but seven. Those
to secure reappointment are A. E.
Coegoshall of Omaha, chief deputy;
Louis Boehmo of Omaha, A. H.
Tomilson of Red Cloud, J. II.
Thrasher of Plattsmouth, M. E Ilub-
bard of Lincoln, W. II. Liddiard of
Ilushvillo and J. M. Gobol of Spring-
view. Under the now law these
deputies will be allowed three-fourths
of their gros earnings, not to excel in
total amount tho sum of !fl,o00 net a
l'lttttniiiouth Winn a Hall Game.
A nicked nine of Plattsmouth ball
players drove over to Glen wood yester
day and walloped the team represent
ing that town by a score of 17 to 12.
The game was closely fought through-
oui aim me ruouil. n ... uuuu.
a 4LH 1 n a i r A stai V until
the mntn lnninfr. wnen i-iaiismouwi
took on a batting streak and ham
mered out four runs, clinching the
game. Tho score by innings was as
Fl.-ittsn.outh 1 5 1 :l 3 0 U 0 417
Gleawixxi UU6UU1GU 12
Batteries McCaulev. CIraves and Traver for
1 lattsmouth, Id.nclaa ana Hkms tor Olcuwood.
What Is a tiuarantee?
It is this. If you have a Cough or
in the Throat, which
keeps you constantly cougning, or 11
v... -.t.lii.t.,.1 with nn v Chest.
Throat or Luiicr Trouble. Whooninur
Cough, etc., and you use Ballard's
Ilorehound Syrup as directed, giving
: a f . i - I I .. a n,a I ..-a Hi,f!t 1 J n a-waftt.
lit a MIT III .all, alUla lltUl 1H 1J V A I A
cni'i'il we authorize our advertised
ageni to reiuim your uioiit.-y iu 'uiui u
if hf.t.t.le. It never falls to five satis-
r.itlinn It. iirnmntlv rol loi-nd 1 iron-
chilis, l'nce So and cents, tsolu
1 ILV. ,.'. ' ' aaa u.a BW.avaa,w - " '
by F. G. Fi icko & Oa
Get vour abstracts of title made by
Robert J. Vass. Ottice in Briggs build
i LiHt 0f Lafttern.
J Hoinaining uncallled for at the post
- J office at Plattsmouth, July 1, 18!X:
I Buh. N H Moore, Nancy D
When calling for any of tho above
lMtai nloflun Que lU'ffrti.d."
I ICb Vy ' a7 . V- .a V ' . - -aaa -
W. K. Fox, P. M.
Liver and. can be
Cured by Using
r. J. EL
1 itfPR and mm! mm
ro - - -----
(p A Certain Remedy for Diseases of the Liver, ;
(q Kidneys and Urinary Organs
fQ AT DRUGGISTS. PRICE,
THE Dr. J. H. McLEAN MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Next to a Man
And mean Underwear is the meanest
thing a man ever put on. Good un
derwear like ours means comfort
during the hot days that -are just
ahead. It means economy in the long
run and dollars and cents saved at the
start. We can offer you the satisfac
tion of selecting from a splendid as
sortment of qualities, and prices like
this: 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 a gar
ment, and so on up to the very finest
made Cotton, LisIeThread, all Wool,
Merino. Gauze, light, medium and
heavy weights. If your husband does
not know about Underwear tell him
S to go to
Zuckwoiler & Lutz,
. . STAPLE AND FANCY . .
. . . Provisions,
TEAS and COFFEES,
Flour and Peed.
Corner of Sixth and Parl 8trt.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE..
M. 1. TIME OAiU).
. TRAINS OOINO NOKT1I.
i no. l .sma.ui
I XJ. t tit J ...
lUW .... .... a..... .... .a.... .... . . tlh J f. II I
No. 127, local freiul.t 3.15 u-m
TRAINS OOIff-O 8. UTH,
Nn. 2 10. 4.1 Dain
No. tM. local freiKnt .45n.n..
Nn. 10 P t"
It. M. TIA1K CAK1'
TRAINS OOINO WEST.
.. at.' p.m.
.. 5.21) p.ni.
.. 5.20 p.m.
.. 3.43 p.m.
.. 7. Si a-ni.
...4.00 p. ni.
. H.tir p. in.
. .lo.rw. p. m.
. . 3. T5 a. ni .
. S.OU a. in.
No. 19 Sunday only.
..la - .Ua :, 1 I IKHb
I .w. t L. a
1 No.. s-huy.er .
I No. 7.
I No. 2
TRAINS OOINO EAST.
.. . 91.31 p. in
... K.24 t. m
... 8.25 p. in
... 11.55 a. Ill
.. .12.211 p. in
.. . H:25 u. ni
... :40 a. rn
... 2:50 p. in
... 6:5li p. ui
. . . 10: 55 p. in
I NO. 4 .
I No. 10
i n , in..
I No. 'M..
I "T '
... s:io a. in
.. . 7:12 p. ui
Woodmen of the World.
Attention Sovereigns ! 1 will be at
my office at A. Clark's grocery store,
east of the court house on Main street,
every Wednesday and Saturday from
7 to 8 p. m. to transact all necessary
and special business that may come
before me. O. Guthmann, Clerk.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
The famous little plIU.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
WHEN IN NEED OF
VOU SHOULD NOT FAIL
TO CALL ON
Having Just Received a Large
Amount of New Stock we are
Prepared to do all kinds of
Printing on Short Notice.
We are prepared to do in the
latest and most approved
style and at reasonable rates.
Such as Note Heads, Letter
Heads, Envelopes, Statements,
Pill Heads, etc. Wo, are also
prepared to do all kinds of
Poster work in good style and
on short notice.
NO. 305 ...
House and Sign Fainter
PAPER HANGER, Etc.
PLATTSMOUTH, : NEBRASKA.
i , 'T- 9mr'-,s,S
'These Little Rollers Save One Horse.'
We are headquarters
best hand-made Harness made from Oak Tanned Leather.
MAIN STREET, : PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA.
The Cedar Creek
C. C. PARMELE, Receiver.
CLAUS BREKENFELD, Mgr.
Highest cash price paid for wheat, and the
best flour ever made in Nebraska given in
Custom work specially cared for. Give
the new management a trial and you will
buy now other flour.
Ask Your Dealer For Cedar Creek Flour.
WHEN IN PLATTSMOUTH...
C. II. PETERSEN,
WINES AND LIQURS,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
FOOL AND BILLIARD ROOM
The Largest and Finest in
the City of Plattsmouth.
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
HOTEL RILGY 75NNEX.
There is a Time and Place
- for Everything...
There is a Time to Paint.
If your house is looking a little bit
shabby or weatheibeateu, and is be
ginning to decrease in value, then
th.it time is NOW.
There Is a Place to Buy Paint.
It is our store, because we have the
Heath & Milligan Faints at tl.50 per
gallon. One gallon covers from 200
to t?T5 square feet of surface, two
How many square feet of surface lias
your house i Come in and tell us and look
at our color cards.
F. G. ERICKE&CO.
"Roll and the world Rolis with you,
Scrape, and you Scrape alone."
THE LIGHTEST DRAFT BINDER
Binder, 5 and 6-Foot Cut, "Built
ROLLER BEARINGS make Lieht Draft.
THE ELEVATOR EXTENSION makes it practically "open end" for
lonjr grain, and enables it to handle . louper straw than any other
binder, at th same time protecting and shielding the heads of grain.
JOINTED PLATFORM does away with the ck nuisunce and en
ables you to store your machinery in a 2x! corner. V
for the best Buggies and Wagons. Also the
T. H. POLLOCK,
hi Estate, Lut: ni lin,
Property looked after for non-residents,
taxes paid and rents col
lected, farm loana made at
lowest rates; no delay.
Insurance Written ...
In eleven leading companies.
Office Over First National Bank.
(Special notices under thla head will be
charged for at the rate of H cent per word
P - Kr.aNl An elegant suite of three rooms
nicely furnished. Apply to Fred St.id.-l
at Weidniann s restaurant.
LOST AKD FOUND.
I OST A Eold ball charm
The tinder will con-
Lt fer a special favor bv leaving same at t. x
LOST A gold band ring with cross scratched
on inside. The tinder will be rewarded bv
leaving same at News othce.
COK SALE, CHEAP All of the Peter Elingson
iMujicii). rour nouses on iniru street. lour
houses on Sixth street, one lot in South Park, ten
acres land south of town, paint shop, ladders and
swinging stage. See alrs. Elingson, A. J. Graves
or M. O Doiiahoe.
fyJK. SALt A brick house, three lots, good
uarn4 and outbuildings, lots of fruit fo: only
-..jy.y hi once at me lews onice.
HOUSE-CLEANING.taking down stoves or auy
kind of work dime. Aiivihik uatitinu that lrin.1
V-' w.ork done wil1 d" to call on or jiddress
ivimow mothers, Plattsmouth, Neb
Huukau for McKinley, MacColi and
O. oTefft ! The Iriah are "wid" us.
Like u Bicycle."
A Joy to Both Driver and Horses.
A Saver of Time, Labor and Grain.
NEW : ADVERTISEAIENTS;
HIRES Rootbcer con
tains the best herbs, berries
and roots nature makes for
rootbeer making. Take no
Mail- odIt tij The Charlen F. Htm Co., PhlUAelpkta,
A Hjo. ytuckiigu mAkcw 6 s&iiotu. Soldoreawlwro.
The only mm Cnrofbt
Corns- Stop all pain. Makm walkinf raiy. lie. at DrurguU.
Clouueo sod beantitico tha I
Proiuutof a bouxianl frowth
Mover Fail to Beetora Graft
Cuna acalp diwaae hair taliuia
11 .IP Tra IT. Vaaaaaa.aa.a ainm.
RToatnCONSUMPTIVE or hv
IniiitrpBtion, Fainfut tlta or lx-bllity of tuiy kind usi
PAKKZH-S OLNOEK TONIC. Many who werv ht-po-
fCTilrhcuUrV Encll.b I Ham Mil Braatf. .
M Orlirlnal mn nly Uniulae.
lmond Bronti to Kei aod Oidd I
fkoxe.. m-atad with blu. lihtam.
.Ika Jlf fim danorou tubuuu-
turn and imitation. At Knapill, at ami 4v.
In .tmmpa fjr ptartteular., t.tiaoi.ltalk m l
Relief tor IaAtU." Utter, by return
F BlaUla inWV rnuuwu i.a. niam. a- ua-a.
m.i-a. . A.-l..llw M -al Naiiaia
aid by ail Lal nruMiau. fhttxla.. fa,
DR. M. B. ELSTER,
Teetn Extracted Without Pain
AH Dental operations performed in the
best possible manner by the latest scien
tific methods. A guarantee with all work,
PLATTSMOUTH. : NEBRASKA.
T. FRHNK WILES.
ATTORNEY : AT : LAW.
Practice la all county and state cenrta srxtciai
attention given to collections.
OFFICE IN W1TIRHAK BLOCK..
PL 4TTSM0UTH. t NIBR1.SKA.
I a. i
Missour Coal, Genuine Canoi. 'im ( J
Leare orders at F. S. V I i.
Our stock U complete In all lines and we
Invite our friends to look it over. We wll
endeavor to please you. fail und see ns.
STREIGHT S SATTLER,
(Succei-sors to H urv Iloeck.
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