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CONSOLIDATION OF THE NEBRASKA HERALD AND PLATTSMOUTH ENTERPRISE.
s."t WAl A XX I'M.
PLATTSMOUTH, XKHKASKA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 188:).
XVIII. NUMHER 42.
I II. W i . 1'. S S-ti .f ir, Ni-1.. l ily.
A I V I i N lo-.lis. r s. Senator, nmaba.
I. K U.I I I N K. Ii. -sen i at . est point
Al.':l' m t '. I . i i :ui . Lincoln.
.1. A I I . V 1 H If , ! nl Muli'.
.M I 1 1 W I I . U 1 1 s ;. I , I . . I .ll'i'i.l I..
; m i! i i i- i i . i . .-.l ,-n -1. i in. -nil.
V. M .' ! . . i'uoilc I ll-l i'ui-1 Inn.
.; i.i . .in 1 1--1. 1 iK-r.
f ; ni mi. .ti. i s ';. ..i.il.
K I : V . . K!!S. I h ii!.,iii .. penitentiary.
till. II. P. M 1 rilKrtSdN. ",",it. Il...i.'i-l ..r
.in- In-... i.-.
.Vl'f 14 0 .
p. t "v V. h C f .1 ;i .Hi-,., I fl-ni. ul.
I.. I. A I'. .n il'd
k I . 1 ( l .'.. I., nr. Mil.
-v. .tt'l.r,.,l llittriel
P If . ' .Iicl.te. Lincoln.
W A isu, rto-.ci-iKlii ;- ufy, Neb. City.
,Mli '. I.IKI;. .-rk District Court.
I ..ill-., nil Ii
1I H I " K I; II. M;im.i
I't ll'.ll .lllMi. I I. .IMIII I .
I vll vly ( in rirl K
i.l.!-.l I 'III Mill!. p.i'lcc .l.nl'ie.
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ir 'I i. S : -r. Win. Her. I I.
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. i I - r,.l ll M.ii.liy
' ri ,t.ni i' i , i.. ii iii n.
-i-: ii -itupK. -i v . ha ii m-:s.
.'. I.KOv in. Wl M r.K.S IKKN.
til; Kt.nl'. I.. liAAl ttll.KS.
t.'m,..t,i .IX I . W. M ILS1IAI.1..
V. II. KVi:i.l.. Coiiutv Trc:iur-r.
J W. .IKN n I MiS. Ctiuii'ty I li-rk.
A. A. I.AVHtl V. County Jmle.
It. W. HVKU-t. Slirrifl.
:Ylil'S Al.ttN.Siiri of Pub. Instnii'tlon.
li. W. KAlKKIKI.Ii.Ciiuiily Siirvt-ynr.
P. I. (i.SS. Col'lllltT.
till' MTV fl M M HMOS KRM.
ISAAC WII.Km. I'l:lltnn.iiilli I'rffliift.
JAMK.H rKAWKlllill. South IU-imI Prerlnct.
SAM'l. HlC'l(AHlSON. Ml. Pleanant Ptecluct.
PartlPH liiivtnic busliifio with the County
Ciuniiii'HloiiM. w ill fliitl llinii In s-islon the
! list Monil.iy mill Tm'sd iy of t-aoh month.
hllAKIl I if Trtll'K.
A. "V. M.'l. vriilll.IN. I'n-ililiiil.
KiUVK l.VKItll lll. .1. V. WKCKBACII.
: f l l.--lil. lll-.
.1. II SI'KiiKk. Si'i-i I'tjirv.
KKI.Ii. liniaM K, I it-;isiiri r.
I'i Kiil.il-i:n-cl li.-of Hit- r.o::nI at thi' Court
II ni -if. t lit' first ''u.'"il,iy t'Vi-cii'u of fiirli mouth.
I'latlH tiiilh 4 limcli Iiiieciory.
PKK.SBY f KKl.W. M.i'.n Si rct. Krv. J.T. BalrJ
im-tor. M.irnin - j.
i. in.. Sun.tay Srii
i, 11 a. m., eieninic, H
I at '.' a. id., '1 ti,.. Pullook,
METHODIST K lsiMi I.. Sitili Street. Re
s. 4. liriiu, p.i-L r. M'lrulu Hi-rvici', 11 a m.
evt-'niu, i" I', ir Sua lav Si-li. ml at (:.tll 11. HI
W..l.iniii. S:n tii, iii-rinu-n iiiil -
El't OOP Al.. (St. .nlii;'-)-'.".iruer nl' Vine sii.l
.1.1 ireetsi, Knv. il. I!. 11 iri n.. rcoior. .Murn
ini: wrvifr. nl 11. t't-vuin i:.lu Sun lay .School
m , Wulior V hiU'. Siipi.
BA rUOI.10. 1 ak iiirccl, btuwc-on .Vh an.l fah.
Kev. P. Lyrii'li, ii-l.ir. M.irninti f rviors a;
ami lihju, uvuiiiut:. Suii lny ..-li.iul, J:.'.u p ui.
CI lit 1ST I AN. I'lirniT Mh au.l clui stroot.-, i.ev.
1 1 :r. a 'liei . p i-lnr, inoriiiu iiui vi.-t.-t 1 1 A.
M., cvi-iiiu t-rvi'-o H r. M. f-aiiilay chuoi
at l:4-r a lu.. J. 13. Sir.i.lo, S.ipl.
AiiiuvAi. .m ni:rAiiiiiii;
vv. rrs mtf ni mailm.
T.Mt p. III. I
.:m a. 111. 1
U.iki a. 111. i
6.Jtl i. ill. t
1 1. mi a 111
T.i p. III.
! . o a 111. 1
t.J p. in. )
-l.iio p. in.
It. nu a 111.
UK I' A UTS
I !. a. 111
I J on p. III.
1 v.uu a. in.
I ti.Di p. 111.
-. -'.'. p. UI
9 Ml a. 11,
) S.'J.'i a. in
4.'J."i p. In
f.nti a. 11
1.IKI p. 11
r. - iui.v.
Noll I'll h UN.
SI1 I 11 l.ll.N.
K.li ll'IIV VII.I.K.
ll.-c. 17. I
,vri:M i u i;i i i on
Ottl f it.
1 orilera not P.'i'.'.Iiti : u - -
1 ft Cl'lll.
tiver !!." ami not t'ei'e,liirj t - -
A ulnli' MoiU'V tlnlrr m iy tiu'lnile an
aim rut tiMin nut' cent to til . y Inllnr-'. bu
must Lot contain a Ii;irilin;i! part ot a cent.
Katkh rort ftsr.r.K.
It cl;wi niatt.T (li'tteri 1 I't'ut-i per 'i ounce
vj Ptilili-liiT H r.itet) .' ot.H per lb
Sil " " (TruiiKient i..papors am
bokj ,me 1111 jt-r tliif cia) I cent pel
uierchanili'e) I cent per ounce.
J . W. MAK.SHAU. P. M.
B. & M. R. RTniie Table.
Taking Eftct July, 3 1831.
rOK OMAHA FlOM PLATTSMOUTH.
leaves 3 :." a. 111. Arrives 6 :00 a. m.
-I :-J5 p. ill. " :5 P-
8 5 a. 111. " :W - '"
K. C AND 8T..Ior.
6 :3s a. m. " 9
6 :W p. 111. " I'-
THIOM OMAHA FOIt PLaTTSMOCTH.
Leaves :15 a. m. Arrives 9 :3'. . m.
" 7 ;W p. in. " : P-
" 6 :35 p. III. " ' J5 P-,n'
K. C. ASI sr. JOK.
8 ;25 a 111. " :M m.
7 :43 p. in " :-"0 p. 111,
fOK T11K VVKST.
Leaves Plattsmmitli n :"0 a. 111. Arrives Lin
eolil. II :45 a. 111. ; tlatiui 4 :J0 p. 111. ; McCook
10 avi p. n. ! lieuver 8 :20 a.' 111.
Leave. 6 :55 p. ill : arrive Lincoln 9 -30 p. 111.
I UKltJH r
Ij.ati.s at 9 a. in. : Arrives Lincoln 4 :lpm
Leaves at 8 :10 p. in. ; Arrive at Liucolu 2 :o0
tn IliiKiiiifcrs 5 a. ill.
Leaves at 2 :00 ,. 111. ; Arrives at Lincoln 6 :3o
p. 111 ; Hastings a :M a. ni. .in;i oor :oo a. 111 i
Uenver I :vX) p. 111.
FROM THK WEST.
Leave Drnver :it S :W p. tn. : Arrive, at Mc
Cook 4 :5oa. m. : H.istini: In :2t a. in. : Lincoln
:on p. 111. : P attsmouth 5 too p. ni.
Leaves Lincoln 7 a. m ; arrive Plattumouth
b ;.) a. 111.
Leaves Lincoln at it :4a. ni ; Ar.ives.l :30pm
Leave? Hasting' '- !' In- i Arrives l.lucolo
9 ;:;! p. in. ; PlaHMiuuii i. 2 a. in.
Leaes Oeiiver i. :ii a. 111. : Arrives McCook
5 :ii a. in. ; ll.il .11-- ' I'. m. ; Liucolu ii ;4o a.
111. ; Piuttsuiouth i :-".i: -1 in.
P:ifiser tr ilm leavr ri:itisiiioiu'. a! 7 Ci a.
in.. ! 0" a 111.. 5 l 111. ami arrni at PuciSic
JuiK-tion at 7 !'.' a- in.. : :i. m. aiul .' M p. 111.
K. !'. AN' l I'- -oi:.
I.erivo at ;i :-H a. 111 ami :"" c. 1.1. : Arrive at
Paciltc .IniH-iion at ! a. 111. ai.U : :1S p. in.
FKOM T11C E VST.
Pa-Kensr.T trains leave Paciflcluuction at 8 1?
a. tn..i :Ju p. in., li a. ui. ami arriv at Plalts
iiiouiU at 8 40 a. 111.. 6 p. 1.1. and 10 30 a. 111.
K. r ax ii sr. 10F..
Leave Pacific .linicuon at t? :til a. m. ami 5 :J0
p. 111. ; Arrive 0 :i" a. iu ami 5 :55 p. in.
J. F. BAUMEISTER
FurnisV.i Fresh. Pure Milk
Sjieci.J call atieinted to. ana Kreh Milk
from same cow funii-lied when wanted. 4lv
Lewis C. Erven,
."Watches and Jewelry.
EA1LY AXDrROMriLY DONE
PLATTSMOUTH. N KB
Successor to Sack Brothkbs.
TINWARE. SHEET IR0X. Z12r
At the old Stand opposite the new HsUi
Hakin & ReT;aiino, Done.
flic nyi-i Sinhh. P.lack A fir. Drug 8 1. ire.
I- lrl class ili-iil lit ry al reasonable price., XUj
I. W. I'LI TTKH.
DEMT IS T .
llli--mi Main Street over Suloiiinii Sa
turn's Store. 4y
it. ii. n:uiK,
I IIVMt l V ami Sl'ltt;KON.inii-f in Klti
Tiilil Hum k , Ii ii Ii III t'-rn or ulKlil.
M. II. i,i i.ituv n.
rii Hit 'I a x a iK.ir..
niMI'K lltil'UH. from ton. in., to t p. m.-
KX.4111111I1 v nint-'u for I . S. lri.iUiu.
I IMI. V.. V.. It KV4I.II,
j CHVSIflAN AM) SI KtiKON. (all. priiliit
I lv iill.-nil.'.i to il:iy iii.'lil. ICH-k lUufl.. N.
! Iil.i-k;l lllf
j IMC M. Ml I.I.Kit,
111 v s ir 1 a x a x i s i; kiikon,
' t In- I 1. in. I imIIuih' ll III" mil'-.-. S.H11I1 si, In
j nl M.iiii mi 1 . I.i-lw.-ru ninth ami S.-v.-nlli
1 S HI voiilini-Iiiiiim-II niort-"iM'i'luily In tnwu
I r.i-tl.- 4Jly
l-I.Al IMIl'l I'll. Mtl'.KAHKA.
. K. H. Mil I I II.
ATTOKXKY AT I. V .V.
Com ! ill lllf Malf.
W. ll .-iUM- ii
H. . II tUTMift.
A'ITMtXKV ASH S'M.ICI TOK Will iirae
tlff lu thr Stair aiul l-'fili-r.-il Courts, lti'miif lire
a.'ly I'l.AI IfMul III. Nth.
" JAN. m. MATIIKWM
ATTOB.VKV AT LAW,
OnVe over Baker Atwotitl'a store, south side
of Main bt-twt-eu Mil ami oth street. ?ltf
J. It. HTKOUE.
ATTOKXKY AT I..WV. Will irartlce In all
me Courts hi the State.
IMntriel Att'irwu ami Xutaru Public.
WIMi f. WIHK.
COLLECTO.YH M .SfSCIALTl .
ATTtHt.NKY AT I.AW. Keal Kstale. Fire In
"urauee and Colli'fliou AKeuey. tllllie L'nlon
block, Platl.siiioulh, NVbiaaka. 22mJ
I. II. Wll Ill-il.KIt A CO.
LAW fiFFICH Keal ltate. Fire and Life I n--11
ranee AKenls, Plattsiiiuulii. Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payer. Have a complete abstract
of titles, liny and sell real e-late, neKitlate
plaus, &c l&yt
JA1IKS K. IIOKI(lU,
A ITOKNKYAT LAW. W ill pra.'lice lu Cass
mid adjoining Counties ; lves specia: atteution
0 collections unit alistracis of title. Dltlce Id
Fitzgerald lllock, PlattNinuutU, Nebraska.
( IIAPJIAM A IIKKNON.
TTORXKYS AT LAW and SOLICITORS IS
CUANC'KRY. Office in Fiugerald's block,
'radices in the '. nite.l. States Circuit s nil District
Jourt.i an.l in the Supreme Court .f the State cir
ri ipecial attention.
KOIti-iKT II. IVIVIIIIAH,
ATTOKSUV AT I.AW.
ver Carruth's Jewelry Store.
t. I. VASATTA,
ATTi IK X KV AT LAW. Platt-mouth, Neb., will
nr. nil. 't- in all of the couals In the Slate. A
iucci-s-ful piacl ice of 2." years warrants me in
.is-uriui! my patron, that all business entru.t-'-I
10 my euie shall he well and promptly at-1'inli-il
to. otlli e with 1). II. Wheeler. 3Stf
M. A. HARTICAN,
JL. ,V IV V B .
Fitzgkr i.n's Bi.ocit. Plat tsmouth New
Prompt ami careful altcntion to it general
1 .aw Practice.
A. X. Sl'l.l.lVAN.
K. II. NVooi.ey
SULLIVAN & WOOLEY.
Attorneys and Counselors-at-aw.
OFFICE-In 't8 Vavtn Ul ck. front rooms,
w-iind -lory, ;.)ti . Prompt siiention given to
ill buiiiiesi . mirii
CITY of lLATTS3I0UTH
Valuable out lots for result-nee pur
poses. SHge' addition lies south-west of
I he city, and all lots are very easy of
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Prop'iy
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN
R. S. BAILEY'S
New ComiMatioa System,
By which any one in a short time wlil un-tier.-taiul
it. aud cuts to perfection ladie
A Model Riven with instructions.
MRS. PAULINE KESSLER.
On Main St. one door eat of Gorder's. upstairs
TTTT3TT PT"DTC3 To learn PRESS
1H.LVD.LI UlitLlO MAK.IXC. -
Plattsmouts. Xel O-t. 12. 1.S2. 30ni2.
C. IIEISKI., - Froprletor.
Flour, Corn Meal tf- Feed
Always on band and for sale at lowest cash
prices. The Inchest prices paid tor Wheat aud
Corn. Particular attention iciven custom work.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS
Large stock of
BOOTS and 'SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
and In fact everything yon can call for li
the line of
CASH PAID FOK IIIDKS AND FrK8.
All kinds ot country oroduee taker n
change tor goods. '
The follow iiio if. iiiiinii'.' ihc K'ntl-j
iu ltmti-B Ii i.ii. -:
Fit-in I us At Itatr,
Dry (JikhIs mi'l -n-r:l Meri'limnli-t-,
.irK-eTU'i mi'l C'riM-kt-ry. j
llt-artlnly Iiai, !
. I.uinbi-r, I.atli, DiMirs, lliiii'is aud Win
dows, lliniiii.iii timliers in nil si."..
II. A. I !.,
Atiorney-ut I. aw, Keal Estate Cnllee
tinns and .Moin-v to Loan.
lr. . I. Iiltbuii,
Physician ami Surgeon. Calls prompt
roiiian. , Moodard,
Livery, Sale ami Feed Stable, rigs of
eTiry description, at all times.
Dealers in (Jeneral Merchandise, Mer-
.flu. Pacific Hold,
P. U. Timiii'K. Propr., central location.
Utmrders taken ly the tlav or week.
Tlu fol low iii": :ro anions ihc leatl-
1 tlf bilsim-ss hiise:
Win. H. Slirjck.
Drujrist nod Stationer.
All article, usually kept iu a first
class drujf-store at- a bottom prices.
11. ti. Hoot er.
Dealer iu all kinds oi agricultural
implcinenu. The Ruckeye anil Marsh
twine binders for 1H83, a specialty.
No pnin will be spared lor ll o
comfort of quests. Boarding by the
day or wei k. .lonn Cam,,
II. i:. I'ankonln.
keeps the celebrated Canton plows;
also n geueralliue of the bust agri
cultural iiiipleiiients tnauufacturcd.
J. 91. Waul &. Co.
Hardware, stoves ami tin-wnrc.
Headquarters for the noted Charier
Oak cook stoves.
The following are anion"; the lend
ing business houses:
i:. K. Day,
Dealer lu iruncral merchandise.
Highest prices paid for grain.
Commercial MenV Home.
Special aitenti'in ojveii to transient
custom fiK.o. II. McCain,
II. J. Klielfflit,
Dealer in grain, coal, aud jreneial
merchandise; tlry tiuod. srroeenes,
botts. shoes etc.
J. ti. $Iiarp.
Denier in tli uy;s, toile. articles, ci
gars and loliiit-eo. paint-, oils and
iiro. A. Hay & Co.
Hardware sportino- goods and a
g-eueral line tf . agricultural implc
meuts; Heatbi'iarterx tor the celebra
ted Abbott bnggios.
A. i:. A'ritleiitleii.
Complete stock of hardwure, al.o
a line assort inent of Afrrieullral Im
pl"ineuis. I be Deer goods a specially.
Vco. t:. aylea.
Cetieral Mercltantlise.il an! ware and
Coal. Highest Cah price paid for
A Common-Sense Remedy.
o more Rheumatism, Gout or
lmmeaiate Relief Warranted.
Permanent C&re Guaranteed.
Filt war etahlirltet and nrrrr fcneivi In fail
in a trinylr eane. arutr or chntnic. Krlrr to all
prominent physician t'tfl tinajit fur thr
etandint f Saiicylica.
THE ONLY DISSOI.VER OF THE POISON
Ol S VKIC ACID WHICH EXISTS IN THE
BLOOD OF KHKVM.vTlC AND liOUi Y FA
SAI.ICYI.ICA is known as a common
etie reinedv. because it strikes directly at the
cause of Kheuiiiiitislii. limit antl Neuralgia,
while s.1 many so-cajleil specirlcs aud mppoed
paliaceasonly treat liK'ally the ettecis.
II has been conceded by 111. inent scientists
il.at outward annlications. such as rulibina
w ith oils, ointments, linime Is. and soothing
lotions will not eradicate these iiise-.ises winch
are the result of the poisouit.c of the blood
with I'ric Acid.
NALH'YMCA works with mnrvelous ef
fect on this acid and o lenitives the disorder.
It is mi exclusively u-ed by all celebrated
physicians of America antl Europe. Highest
Medical Academy ol Pun reports trt per cent
cure, tn three days.
that WAa.ICYl.ICA is a certain cure for
KliKI MATts.M. not i ami .vr.riiALiiiA
I 'T 1 .'..-- ,, -, 1
wnTuarnTeM'erma"eut ,n eve7 case,
oaTetund you all money expended. All sttfier-ef-
should give these Powder, an early trial,
and becon-.mcd ol their curative power..
lrice for large Boxe, 53 Oo. tr 4 Boxes tor $1e.
Sent by mall to anv part of the I nited Stales,
or Canada, on receipt of price-, or by express,
C. O. D. Address.
ASH & KOBBINS.
Fulton St.. P.rooklya. S. Y.
lec. th. 1J my. -
Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure is an
internal remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain-
; more true inetlicai virtue mno auj
1 . . .. v;n.i iiirnwn iinmi the market in.
the shape ol 011s ami iiiinuruis.
warranted. Smith, Bla'k A Co.. pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Htvues and A.
D Marshall, Wfiinff Wa.t-r.Neh. fltf
Wc still have
Winter ("lothinu on hand, which ML
our L.MUii: PKIF.G STOCK, we have
Mnis 1D ver coats,
IKoys 0 ver coat h9
Not one Heavy Overcoat or heavy
Winter Suit to be carried over, If LOW PRICES will close them. We have
sold a good many of these goads this winter, and can affoid to
GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF OCH
Call in antl examine them.
Call in and get our low prices.
Call in and cloth yourselves.
With good Winter Clothing, at
nominal prices, while? thv
Great Clearance Sale Lasts
PONG E l
49pcra Mouse Clothiers.
5T. B. A few more of the $2,00
overcoats left. Call in and see.
John Frrztir.KAi.D, A. W. McLai ;ii.iM,
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA,
Offers the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds, Gold. Government and Local
Securities Bought and Sola, leposits receiv
ed aud interest allowed on time Certln
oates. Draft drawn, available lu any
part of the United States and ail
the principal towns of
Coler-tious mad" & promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid fur County War
rants, state Ld County Bond.
John Fitzgerald A. E. Touzalln,
John K. Clara. K. C. Cushing.
Geo. E. Dover. V. K. White,
A. W. Mcl aughlin.
Cotncr Matii and Sixth Streets,
JOHN BLACK. President. I
iJ. M. PATTERSON. Cashier, j
Transacts a General Bantu? Business.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
aid Jor Conrtty and City Warranta.
cot.i.K:noH st AUK
id iiininptly remitted for.
lin Black. J. M. Patterson. C. II. Parruele,
F. R. tiu'hniann. J. Morrissey, A. B.
Smith. Fred Gorder. SIIt
WEE PI NO WATER, - NEB.
la. REED. President.
K A. GIBSON. Vice-President.
U. ii. WILKINSON. Casliier.
A General Baiting Busies Tnssactsl
I) k rtm ITS
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Corti
Disss available ia any part ul the l-ultad
States and all the priacipat itisot Kwp.
A grit'- fur the celebrated'
Mm Line of StEicsrs.
a good stock ofj
Sl SKLL. In order to tn tke room rm
therefore decided to
This beautiful three -tory brick struct ure. 011
lower Maid street, ha just been flnlshi-d and
fitted up for the accoinuiotlai ton of
TRA NSIENT CUSTOM
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
i A Good Bar
in connection with the
27tf. FRED GOOS, Fiopr.
Will contract for Brick Work. Stone Flittering,
Chimneys and Cistern a Spm ialty.
For orders call at bouse 011 Washington Ave.,
Between Till and Eighth St's,
Or address P. . Box 5-Mi. - Plattsmomh. Neb.
BATES & K(T!IIXIvE,
CONTRACTORS f BUILDERS.
Shop on Tth St., between Mail, aud Pearl.
All kind of Bnih'iing and Repairing
N sV cS u.
i-H I ;i
sr f- -1 5 SiCS
7 - -
1 1 - o 3 :
is M f illi
I 1 .c 1 1 1-
3, X 5
J C B "
9 St sJ
LAFE &NEIL, Protfr.
M Mutton Port Yeal CMtos.&c,
C-on.tantly on hand.
Also. all kinds of 1A9K in season, and ev
erything kept In a
first-class meat .shop?
At lowest possible rates.
North Side Main SU Ut. 4th and 5th,
WJy FLATTSMOCTH. NEHfi
t'niler ihe auspices of the I'lallsumulli
W. C. T. C.
-t'ltMltn iill BV MRS. . N. lsr. -
To whom all communications for this depart
ment should be addressed.
Hereditary Druukeness Illustrated.
Not more pitiful are 1 he approaches
of madness, than are ihe well-under
Mood symptoms which l"itif in the
hereditary drunkard the hour of his
"I knew iu Texa," my a corres
pondent, " a yoiinjj man who was heir
to such a woeful heritage. H. w i
physically, one of Die handsomest if
nu'ii, and pt SifjiM'd of yrcat and var
ied talents, which h hud (.:irefti!lv
cultivated; mureovwr. h hi-l sered
his country with distiiiuisiiftl l v
ery ami was th .-n hot lin a Uih po
i-ilion of honor nud li n.l.
Rut with a resridar'.iy that" wai. ler
rihlc, there cum- In him, no niitttcr
wlicre he a-, e.- his le.lts.-i, in ihe.
chundi. h the m id' th wo n m In;
loved, a envina: f-r brandy tlmt p.js.
sessi'd him like a demo i. and drove
liim forth from aniony; hi fellows.
With set lips ami a despairing face,
h" would iJclivcr to a friend the keys
to hU office, and betake him.-elf to
his room; n t as men ;e to a carousal
but Ui they g to a tearful reckouin;
and for two or three days drink in
sullen Mlouer, till the. craving wan
Some om; wa- one day pruisiu., iu
his presence, hi? vast toreis of :tc
quiretl iiiloriiiation, a'i I hl delieme
fancy n an ni-lul.
Tet I shall die like h hrut"," h
said sadly, and the di'vuiriuj? look ot
a hunted animal eatni; int. his .ye as
he added: "Aly f ill. or died dmus:
my mother, too, (tin I torsive h i !)
My grandfather shot !iinit lf i i
delirium I remons. Yo.i ktto, boy,
how por I'alriek die. I; it will be IV-sat-ue
wit.i me;'" his prophecy was I i .
TheYictidis t xperience.
Read th;; h srory nl a doctor' pre
scription: ' lp to the time o' my declining
healih, no matt ever hail a ;r.ater ab
horrence of the drtinknr .!". cup aud
the drunkard's curs- tluili I: never
Was ardent spirits in any form put
into my mouth, ami in no ene had I
the .esire for it; but, aid lie, ntter I
had been ailing' some time, my physi
cian din et.-il me to procure a panic
lar kin. I of ardent spirits and laki- u
porii a of it every lay. I hesitate i.
however, about it, not Irom any par
tieiilar f'Hr, but beea'tsc I co'tld imt
b-ar lli' taste ol il; b'lt lie iusisteil
it would tlo my system good, so wr
obtained it, aiul I began to t'rink it.
The effect seeine I ben'licial, and my
physician told me to continue to take
it. The repouiiarH'e I h id to it urad
ually wore ofl", aud, tindin it exhil
arated me, and made me fee! better.
I more and more willingly took "r,
and after a time would look forward
with pleasure, and even lonjring for
the appointed season or hour, for t;ik
ing i', aud thus it weut out but. said
l.c with an awful p:ue, )tu ) a look
of indescribable agony and despair,
'why shall I tell yo'i anv more; you
sec tin; beginuiug. and here 1 am a
slave to a habit, and a tloo ncl man.
I have tried to slop (.), Goil only
know how hard I have tried: 'nit I
cannot, and must have, it "
It was not long afler ibis he died a
terrible death a wreck and a ruin.
Patent "Hitters" are S Iron a" l.itiiors
Nearly ad ihe stent ' hitters' are
strong liquors drujrgjd and doctored,
and labeli d medicine, "for the sake
ot those whose a.petites are stronger
than theirjtemperunce principles, and
who waut their daily drain without
being known as even "moderate
di inkers." Tne wine bottle of the
sideboard, is better than the bitters
bottle iu the closet; or, in other words
it i better to drink opeulv nl meals.
than to drink irregul-irlv and in se- !
crct between meal. It is better to
drink honest wine than hypocritical
Why Some l.iqtiar Driuker. Hsv LaitsT
Certain physical c nsiituii-i is be
come trnn irincd in the tuitctioiial
coud.lioti of ihe svstc:n. so that thev
live on in an abaormil way, enduring j
audvo:i enjoying a iioi-iiiuu physi i
cal con lit iou. S mif person seem to j
enjoy better h.-alth in a uii.!uriou al-
mosphcre than oul of it; their bodies j
have undergone the trani'rra3tiou j
of ''acclimation." In exceptional j
cases, such persons may survive, erfii !
to old age. The average, however, U !
in the other direction. No man has I
a right o place him-c'f In the small j
prospective list ot exception.
Patent "Bitter" the Worst r.riu ut
If one iiiii-t drink alcoholic i:p,r-.
let hitn drink them pure, nut drugged !
with nameless poisons, and passed j
off on the community on ta'se pre
tenses. Of all teinper-Wi' driuiing,
the drinking of bitter, is th most
dangerous; and he who gets his pre
scription for indigestion from the ad- j
vertising ci 1 jiuus of the newspapers,
no matter how conclusive the indorse
ment?, nor how respectable the j mm
ul, may be morally sure that he is
getting gin, whisky -r runt, tinder
pretense of medicine. ,
Alcohelic Drinks (ireatlj Sliurteu Life, j
A cilebrated French physician, Dr.
Everat, ha furnished statistics show
ing that the mortality from thi. cause
is annually 50,000 iu England; 40.000
iu Germany, 15,00a iu Russia; 4 000 in
Bel" iiim; 3,000 in ?spain and 15,000 in
France. Notwithstanding the uni
versality of this rice imonjf nearly
all classisof society, few persons are
aware of how materially human life
W aid reriated b Ij ue of alcohol.
Ce4ar Creek Letter.
Cedar Creek. Jan. 1,1893.
Ki. Hr.KALD: Christmas aud Sun
in t.'hius ftx e u our full f hare of the
ii-ual festivities oft :e occasion.
W'rsthiud ihe R. It carpeuter, is
iietl Lincoln Mts-r.. Smalley aud
Worley, with Ihcir iaiuilleti enjoyed
the ho.pitali.v of Chris. Mctzjrcr
Miller, Ihe -eeiion bos, was In Plaits
mouth The fi iends of Mr. Jacob Suy
der. had u f slic party al his house.
Oil Tuesday evening, lieo. Sayles
and wife utlcnded tlie Louisville ball.
Mr. P. U, the IIekai.d man, gaya
Cedar Crei k a call iu the in i resls of
lii-Jpiipcr. He i in a yood calling,
for.the tune ot ihe I'kuald makes a
good cilieuship. By the way, sme
people shm.l I tiiink a 1 1 1 1 f more uu
whntlheipi litii sf n goo cltljteu
A I laikvn't'i t!.u(i n d uw I'.in in
C -dat Crick, are offered tor sale
i;'ii-n . I l:e Vicinity tiuurautac pros
;e:ily lo tic i m! iisi i i m nift h
Mcct.'ptii the i.ter.
TliO Misses Leliuhbtt' autl Ileiti s,
from Cie 'ui It y of I.ouUviile, passed
Siiiiday at H.C. W.. rlcy,, aud helped
us to waltli ll.e New Year come.
What Hit: fii-sl week, of 1KM3 brill
iai not Isiioun; but Mu - e Ason.
So a Hi Hciid Letter.
Soi th Bend, Dec. 30th, 1W2.
Mr. Woolsey and wife have moved
inlo their new house.
Mis Whittier, of Red Oak, Iowa, is
visiting iu ihe Bend, bein the guest
of her csninin, Miss Maggie Streight.
Oliver Phelps, of Illinois, is npend
ii g the holidays with his brother, the
station agent at this place.
'J. D Mattisoii is visiting bin old
Inline in ei tiioni.
."Saiu'l K' ller :.roke his g Sat
urday evening, while engaged iu a
sci illi? with .lack Davis. The leg is
h. nliiig as fast its can be expected, yet
it wiil b ,itne time before he can take
his place in the store.
Ii ii.it i Cuss wonders ii we saw Joe
McCaig .in the. Betid Christunis. We
could satisfy his curiosit' , but as Joe
is of ag we shall refer Rust! Cuss to
A voting in in living near town, while
amusing himself iu the saloon hue
last Saturday night, suddenly found
that his pocket book, containing a few
dollar;, hail been stolen. A search
warren t, issued by 'Squire McFarland
failed to recover the property.
The Christmas tree and entertain
ment, u party, a dance, sleighing and
skating by moonlight, hav been the
amusements of the week.
! Geo. Mxttison recently sold a car
load of Beikshire hogs to Sam Long
that averaged a little over SU0 pounds
j they were beauties. Harold.
I ! .
A Sail Case.
those who bap .et.ed to be at the
It. A .M. depot y. bterday when the
train from Nebiika City arrived,
might hsve wilii pitied a ssd sight if
I hey had watched 1 1 ise those who
ot off tho train. Amoujf the passen
gers were a father nud his ten ye-ir
old sou. The boy was insane and the
nliectioiiale father was takir.g him to
to the insane hospital. The poor lit
tle fellow seemed to have a perfect
mania for biting, aud every effort the
father would make to pacify the linle
fellow he would respond with a vap
like a doy: mre or twice while the
man was smoothing the boy's hair
ami rubbing his cheek in a fatherly
maulier, we thought the litt'e ellow
would succeed in getting hie father's
fingers befwt', hi teeth. State
1 1 is reported s.-mtor Ferry, of
Michigan, has about given up the
canvass for his re-election; it being
considered uphill business. We doubt
very much if Mich.gau succeeds iu
sending a heller man to rcpreseut
that state than T. W. Ferry has been;
Ability, honesty, aud perfect fitness
for an otnee don't seem to have any
influence this tall: Hoar, of Massa
chusetts, will undoubtedly be suc
ceeded by a tnau of iufcrior ability,
but if Ihe people want a changa, let
'l.eiii ha-, e it, they won't be able to
-tand it ery long.
Many of the old reader and almost
worshipers, we might say, in aboli
tion days, of I he Cincinnatti Gazette
will doublh.-s be surpri-d to learn
of it consolidation with the Com
mercial. Richard Smith, h ho has for
more than forty years edited the
Gazette and made it a power in Ohio
and Indiana, will have Murat Hal-
stead associated with him in the edi
torial liijiPigement of the new venture
It will be called the .'omm'rcisl-
C,,,,,!,. N..... ..roe. is-l-lj
ill 1 1 i tec I'm uiav n
s witn- sscd many sad sights dur
ing hi txpenence tu
the saddest of all was
ison lite, but
the meeting of
Siiiniieruian autl li s parent, a
days ago at the peniUutiary. He
hopes never to be present at such a
meeting strain. S ate Journal.
It is st -ii fed the first-class hotels at
San Francisco during ' the Kiights
Templar conclave, will be able to ac
commodate about 6,000 guests, and
members, after considering the eapac
ity of lodging and priva:e houses, will
le comp' lled to abide in tents.
The -st. Louis "G lobe-Democrat
head su arlicle in its column a f0"
lows. 'Great news from Trtss., A
hor;e thief who i not a nigger actu
ally conv icted." Such, occurrences
are so rare dow n there s- lo ' e wor
thy of remark.
A shock of .earthquake w js felt
throughout Rockland. Me- and icin-
itv January l fallowed by a storm ;
r.f thnr,.- lightning.
Winter Care of Llr.-SttK-l.,
There ar a few gonen l rules for
the care st livestock in winter which
ure of universal application:
1st. They should lie dry. whether
bedded or not. A dry floor is far bet
ter than wet bedding. Spar or slat
floors, through which urin will quick
ly pass and which give the arimals a
level standing place, are especially to
be advised. A goosl degree of com
fort may be had on such floors, but a
full supply of litter straw, leaves,
swamp hay, etc. certainly makes alr
kiuds of stock more comfortable.-
i!d. Shelter saves fodder, wherever
lumber can ba eaiily obtained, to a de
gree which few psaeiical men aio n4
ware of. The warmer the ftable'a!e,
the better, except pei haps for sheep.
But with close, wauu stables, It is es
sential that the manure heap should
be where it will el contaminate the
air, and that there should be perfect
ventilation, so urranjeil mh not to
cause drafts of air.
J)J. Ah to feed. IhU should be
given with the utmost regularity and
uniformity never more tnun will I e
eaten up long before the next feeding
time. Then the tiniru.ii h.ive an ap
petite for their food, so that' coarse
fodder may be flint given, to ie fol
lowed with better, and by grain iu
some form, if this be a pait of the
daily ration. This is no doubt the
most economical system, securing theJ
least waste and bem digest ion of all
kinds of fodder used in the ordinal y
4th. Glooming and Ciue of the an
imals area Most valuable meant of
keeping them in health its well a of
saving feed. 1 he skin of an animal
in a state of nature is wa.ilud by every
shower, brushed and carded by every
bush, licked by its mates, rubbed by
the ground iu rolling, and in various
ways kept fie fiom accumulations
of its own exfoliations, from the
stoppage of its pores by sweat, ana
from its ow n iiiheient dirt. A heal
thy skin means life, warmth, health
and vigor, other thing being 'ibout
l ight, ami we can secure this only by
grooming. American Agriculturist.
Old lu Crime.
A few years since strong pi. tit ton's
signed by judges, luwers uml promt
neu t citizens of I he state were pre
sented tc Gov. Nance, asking lor the
pardou of convicts Matthew sou, Max
well, aud Smith. Tho petit ion stated
that the men hail been led astray, aud
if pardoned, would certainly become
gootl law abiding citicu. Nowith
standing the pressure was very great,
th.) Governor refused : exercise his
pardoning power, and allowed the
to remain in the pen. '1 hey served
their times ont and were discharged
from prison. Yesterday wc learned
from Omaha gentlemen that ull three
ol these "good law abiding citim-us"
were in a fair way of being returned
tothepeti. MatiheWsou is under ar
rest tor stealing wheal; Smith for lar
ceny aud -Maxwell for cutting a wo
man with a kuiie. Mate Journal
The Omaha Herald has published
the evidence taken before tlie. 1.'.
giaud jury, iu the attempt to make
political capital for the democrats and
and to show the true inwadness of the
"Surveyor's ring of Plattsmouth," The
evidence simply proven what ha all
the time been asserted, that thi alleg
ed frauds existed solely in the imagin
ation of Dr. Miller. J. Sterling Morton
ct al. The atteanpt to show any fraud
ot the part of Surveyor Geneial Smith
has utterly failed, and he' has been
completely vindicated by the men
who sought to convich him. It was
shown that Fairfield, w ho had large
surveying contracts, had paid some
money to parties wno aSBi9ted him in
getting the contracts aad who went
on his bond, but it was also ihown
that even of this .uneyor General
Sm'th had no knowledge. It is to be
hoped that the Herald and Mr. Morton
are satisfied with their exploit. Si-ward
The appraisers are working "U the
Otoe Reservation, though the work
has Leen somewhat retarded by the
cold weather. No values Lave been
placed upon lauds at yet, I tit the ap
praisers have been busy classifying
and arranging the lands.and ascertain
ing their value, as compared te other
lands. The probabilities are that, the
lands will be appraised at a figure too
high for speculative purposes, and as
the terms ate to be cash, and lo actual
settlers in tracts not to exceed 160
acres, there is no paiticular object in
home seekers waiting for them to te
placed upon tho market when there
are plenty of lands now offered for
j sale. Beati ice Democrat.
Alcohol la Horns aud -vale's.
1 he Journal of Chemistry tells us to
satuiate a soft fabric with alcoh I. lay
j cotton or finelj pieked oakum.
. t , -'-
I " ." , , ur"'1.
1 li fttlOtltsWi It tma. 1.- at I A ...
, 7 " "a inougut uiav
! slrnhnl unh iiul rt i ...
j m uurn win proouce
uiuie rui ; our, lry it. and you will be
agreeably surprised to observe how
quickly it will allay tne pikia
quently disturb the dressing as little
as possible; wet the dressing occasion
ally with alcohol, and the result you
will find better than by any fcther
Blr Crn-H4 Bushels to the Acre.
A Nebraska boy, it vears old. raised
none acre eighty-four bushels. It
wai planted May 7th; I.e.. husked and
measured November 6ib. lesa. This
corn was raised on ground tliat had
bean under cultivation for ejlarht years,
and without manurirfg'lc the'Aaat.' It
w&avhusked and measure.1 bv ;Vo dis
interested men. under oatlu ill was
raised by A. Ellis, of Arl.rvi.l
the s w 4 of sec. Tft o-io. iff f.,r,n
tiun for a Driie offered by tL iurai
Nebraskan of Omaha. - Ila 1' v..
Fun ad Drowned.
ahe Marches, searches every w line, '
As ore would treasure fliitL--
Old nii.a-, lih the wsiiilrrltif eys
And ioni berk lldered linud. 4
- All uu and i'ok a the .TilnltiK ,11 it
Willi eager step .he w. "
A id mm-hK. lih lienlu.ilof ! . - '
Not kuovi lug frieiul. irom lot .
"OU, has you seen int luslly by,
.ly lull-Lmliy broil " .
Hi left hi in lu nye a h n .lie ilfr-d,
A Hit bad lu lie If. Inutllei'
"Our mother. hli frowns out t.fhe.tto
mi uir, s. once sua sinuen ; .j
fk I M .esn lilnn.iJsxiit aud dat
I Hill I find bf c'tiud. V'
"Tls a few weeks a o"-uias.
Hhe ban lol (be count of Vr1 1
"I lld him on the VH y .tifi .(ud '
Asleep aud haftuo rr. - -
"1 only went a IL'ile way, '
And Jiat ItflilPlI that s one, -
Writlhit to WIPHviu" Hcveify,
That Is lo tiid1tsoue.
"He wWl cumt back and marry"!!!...
He say, in tu vfitrs inure M
I shall t.ii-n ln Just iiflilceh,
Aud lu sesre tt"ty-f'iiN , (
"Hut can lie marrY in" le "tlilks
"Ma lli.tt IA as liMitired I nh-un "
They mould I e banged ll, but peihapi
. pvn.ruinij .vim 1.. u ' . t. , .
"Aud site SRl.t-wlilil, I do not kliuw
1 llil k 1 slept oi Oietl .
, And woke up in a world uf iln srrn
loot lioniltlu mid m Id.
"I did net kill the toy.', , uX.nt ,
I only li ft linn here
Fuiiii.t him aud the tide flowed In
And cliS.-d y ill - uu one u.ai,
"Not euiiiy f nh. uiv I id my lord,
.si, i Kuiiiy : .linn. na Willi ;
"1 osily let thein flosl uwav
Aud drown my inotlii-iV ehlld I
An.l o Iny ipol hei riJ tkmn (liui
m tas the prison uoor, s. .
"1 IU I was dead ; el now It stem., . ,
I am alive wio Autre. '
"I v.'alk along the shining sands,
I heai his -Lout of Joy ; .
I know I'll flllil hlsi vet, siRill.
. M)' llllledstllhg boy "t
. H on she goe. wtli cautious lrad.
Aud eager eves and Mild ;
But never, never UI she llud
The I lulu drowned child. - V
Dlunh M Slock Cralk.in lluliitn'.'.Murfsiii
Ihe Best Practical Art Xagasme.,
The Art Aul.tUur, for IKsj.'-fudui'
from tho publisher's' announceiut-i
wll) atqply inaintairj lis high reput
tlon as the la-st jractical jut majfazii
of the day. To an abundance of fen
tiful, full-size working designs 1
painting, -enbrol'lery, wood eai vlt
aud other art wk, with copious prn
Ileal instructions for all classes of hi
ateur artists. It will continue to add
profusion of chaimiui illustration
porcelain, furniture, r-edlewnik, ai
bric-a-brac, together with an,udle
supply of entertaining nforui')ifoii A
decorative and indus'rinl art. Nuuvf
ous artists' sketches will be publish
as usual ; the lejdiag exhibi.ious w
be largely illustrated and piquam
criticised, aud artists of un-ril will
blographically noticed. A series
beautiful embroidery designs front t
South KenMrgton Royal .xliool
Art Needlework and a tiutulmr of at
cles en chin-, painting by Miss
Laughiin of Cincinnati, will be 'pt
lished during the yar. It is i..
much to declare, with thn Louo
Academy (which places it above a
magazine oi the Kind in KhgUii
that tho Art Amateur is a tiuiivel
variety, beauty and c-he.ttues. TlJ
opinion may readily be verified by He;
thirty five cents for a specimen 'ct.
to Moutague Marks, Publisher, I
T . . s- ... ....
onion quiire, ew i ot'K. 1 lie t
scriplioti price is 94 a yeaV. .
The people of Puttsmoulh ought
take steps to seceie trbis.boiie conn
tions with Omaha and Lincoln. 1
line is completed beiwteu there poi
and the Stat,e Joupnal says of it:
"The telephone line between Line
and Omaha is in werkiug older t
ready tor business. As is well kno
there is ao more difficulty in couvt
tag over the magic wire at a dial a
of sixty miles, than when the sjeak
are only a few blocks apait.
working condition of the line to Ot
ha has been fully tested by the Jout
and found perfectly satisfactory.
The charge for five minutes convj
SitUoii, after connections are ft
mails, is 40 cents to Omaha and 5
Ashland. This certainly cheap enoi
as it gives time for the accomolif
nient of almost any ordinary butir.t
transactions, and possesses ad rant a
ever the telegraph that are appar
at a glance."
The Washington s-uriday Her
says: "Mr. Blaluu related a story
otht r dat, saving the geometrical t.
of telling secrets. Said he: "If I b
a secret that must bo entrusted
others it is best to keep the numbed
confidants limited. You telj a ct
to one man, and that makes one,"
dtcating the one as he said it by drJ
ing his right forefinger across the p.
of his left hand, "When you till v
secret te the second man," he cocj
Untied, drawing down an, itnagin
second liar," that makes eleven.
The new lOt-tuu ArinstroVig bre
loader which was lately ftied' in I'
sent out a projectile weighing -2
pounds at nn initial velocity of 1.
feet per second. Thjs js about
twentieth of the rate of speed at wl
a bodv must be projected from
earth in ord.-r t send it outside of
earth's attraction and make it rtvo
around the mi like a planet. S
we simll be able to 'nake our o
meons and fire tho whole earth art
piecemeal,, if we feel like doiDg so.
Tho Philadelphia Inquirer preib
that the near future will be known
history as the "Age i f Steel;" i
if all is true that is said of the pr
peel of working the metal alum;
um at a cheap rate the coming ti
will more probably bear the name
the "Age of Alumini Jin." N. '
Ex Senator Toombs prophesies tl
Governor Cleveland, of New Y
will be the next President. Toooi
prophetic gifts may be estimated
the fact that In 1950 be predicted tl.
be would some time call the roll
V,l. ....- ,.n tlm ,.,. ..f Itnntrce If iH
'P.. maanirsi onrn In m rit nPrt i
A 'J sUCCSO'llV mm sb.iavf - s . w ,
the number of cubic feet the crib c;
tains, multiply this number by 13 a
dirlde by t, and you have a close i
pronmation to the nutabr of 1 :.;
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