The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, February 28, 1888, Image 1

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A Novel but a Marvelous Cure for
"Yes. malaria."
"No sir. I am no more afraid f
lanlnria than I am of you," and as the
Hpcakcr was at least ten inchrs taller than
I lie reporter, and proportionately broader,
UU fear of that dread malady waiprtibn
My not excessive. "I've bad malaria,
aud I've been cured."
"V, but a man can have malaria
mors than once."
"Not if he cured the way I was. About
ten years ago I was living in Indiana, in
Viscounty, near Terra Haute. Iu those
days a man vras regarded as a stranger
until liv had drank about a gallon of
whiskey and quinine, and shaken down
Lis bedstead three or four times with the
ague. I bad a rather reticent nature, and
I suppos-j it took the climate longer to
jst acquainted with me than it did tho
ordinary run of men. For I bad to
drink about a barrel of whiskey
and take whole pounds of quinine before
I could get strong enough to even shake
myself, let alone a bed."
"How was I cured?"
"Well it was a novel curs. I boarded
with a Mr. Drniii. who told me she
could cure me if I would take her medi
cine Finally I agreed. She brought a
towel and bound abound my hf&d so I
could not see: then brought a glass of
water, and told me to take my doss, and
immediately swallow the water.
The dose tasted like a little ball of
dust, tin (J. tm it was going down I felt a
bharp qiu in my throat, as if it had been
"The next morning Mrs. Dennis
brought a little box and showed me her
medicine. It was a big, hairy, black
spider, alive, and the mate to the one I
had swal'owed the day boiore."
The medicine this gentleman took for
malaria, may have been effective, but
few would care to try the remedy. Nor
U there any necessity for it.
Malaria is a poisoned condition of the
blood produced by bad air and water,
which enters the blood-channels through
the stomach and lungs and other ways,
and produce injurious effects on the liver
and kidneys. It is cured by putting the
liver and kidneys in perfect, healthy or
der. The drugs ordinarily used for such
purposes frequently do quite as much
harm as good, and leave the system in
a:: enfeebled copdition.
The ceitain ajid harmless remedy for
malaria is Warner's safe cure which puts
the liver and kidneys in healthy action,
when the poison is carried out of the
system, and the serious effects it engen
ders, puis a;vay. J. II. Booth, Spring
field, Maes , under date of ilarch 38th,
is$7, writes: "One year ago I had the
malaria had had it more or less for ten
years. I stepped all other medicines and
took Warner's safe cure, and it cured me.
This country is famous for malaria, and
I know Warner's safe cure will cure it "
People who liye in malarious localities
w ill find in Warner's safe cure a specific
against contracting this disease. The
malarial poison can find no entrance to
thu system, if the liver aui kidiifys arc
kept in healthy action.
The gentleman who swallowed the
spider, concludes his nsrratiye iu the
NfcW York Mail and Eypress by saying:
"I wascrt:a?;Jy fgrpd, but I wouldn't
take another dose of ttiat mediciue to
save mv life."
Ien:;ett ila9 just received a large sup
ply of garden seed
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Chear Prices
Discovery of a New Lignite.
FLirok, Ky., Feb. 28. On Friday
evening Mr. S. Ti. Ermin, liying near
Wickliffu, Ky., was iu this place and ex
hihted specimens of burned and unburned
iigulie from the burning hill at Wickliffe.
In burning it emits au oi wijch burns
with a hot and bright flame. Before
burning it looks very much like half
conked coid. After all the oil is burned
our of it the lame expires, leaving amass
of rather soft clay ot itxw-polored stone
or concrete. The burning dees not secai
to reduce the bulk of the in a? 3, ami when
placed in water the substance seems to
harden, llr, JSrwin will send specimens
of his new discovety io tlie Stato Geolo
gists. TIiw deposit of oil in this lignite
or concrete, or whatever it may be, indi
; cates an iuha' stible amount of crude
! petroleum or oiii under Ballard
' county, and the final result may be that
j Che burning in Wickliffe Hill may lead
j to the utilisation of the substance that
j has been burning for souie time, and the
I discovery of oil may prove u source of
j ;;inen3 w'ealih to this section of Ken
j tueky.
An Ikland of I'liendlni; Sumiitcr Not Far
Awj The I.uzy InhaliilantH.
Nassau is oie of the smallest of tbo
Bahama islands, covering a length of
twenty milcn by an average of live miles
in width. The city is built, fating tho
north, upon tho h1g of a ridg, i uni:i;i
west to east, and nearly 100 feet at its
highftst. The soil is thin, the island con
sisting of an old coral reef, elevatid grad
ually from tho oceun, and during that
Iieriod Bubjectexl to the action of the
waves, leaving it honeycondied and
pocketed. This rock i.s compact, of sand
made from disintegrated corals, yellow
ish creamy in color and noft in texture,
so that it is quarried by sawing and chis
eling, liecoiiiing considerably harder by
exposure. The surface of the rock ia
covered with loose pieces, exceedingly
irregular in form. Over this is a very
little soil.
Tho streets are graded through this
natural rock, with natural gutters and
walks. The streets at right angles to tho
water front cross tho ridge generally
through deep cuts in the natural rock in
order to lessen the grade. The dwellings
of the l-ielter sort are square or oblong
6quarc, seldom more than two stories
high, with low ceilings and low pyra
mid ieal roofs. These houses iwv alw ay.i
surrounded on at least two sides with
broad veranda.s closed in with slats to
keep out the light. For this reason the
houses appear larger than they are.
Dormer windows alund. The house
colors are stone, light yellow, cream; tho
blinds are brown or green. High stone
walls, with broken glass bottles cemented
into the ridges, inclose the houses and
gardens: ornamented openwork gate
ways alTord a glimpse within.
The cocoanut, the royal tho palmetto
and the silver leaf palms abound. The
giant Cuba, or silk cotton tree, oleanders
of large size, enormous umaryiiids, with
tho many sj nicies of the citrus family,
hang up their yellow fiuit against the
sun. The russet jajiodilla just coining into
fullness adds a special charm to its back
ground of dark green waxy leaves. The
vegetation seems rather sub-tropical than
thoroughly tropica). Thid results not
from want of heat, may be, but need of
The city of Nassau is extremely pict
uresque with the quaint narrow streets,
white, deep gutters cut from living rock,
large dwellings, with the lower or street
stony, for warehouse or shop, the outside
stairways and balconies? Every building
has some special individuality about it
which adds much to the sum total of the
charm one finds in quietly roaming round
the streets.
Here it is literally always afternoon.
No one works. Ask a question and it
will be answered the day after to-morrow.
The few shops open alxiut break
fast time, and are then shut up during
fhat meal, and breakfast time is not
early, I went into a wholesale store at
noon time. The one clerk was fast
asleep in his chair, and I left him undis
turbed. The blacks, seemingly twenty
to one of the whites, sit lounging, gab
bling, chafSng, talking loud and laugh
ing, but I have not seen one at work.
The English majesty of law is thor
oughly respected here. The principal
crimes profanity, jawing and slander
are among the colored races, and they
enjoy defending themselves at law.
Shops close at 5 p. m. Saturday is a
half holiday and Sunday a Puritanical
Back of Nassau proper, over the ridge
and down on to lower levels swarm the
colored people. Their small garden
pieces are walled in with tho loose pieces
of coral rock. Their cabins are small.
;v;tb one or may be two rooms, of rock
or coral, palmetto thatched, Tho gar
dens are bare, honeycombed coi-al reck,
where with a crowbar the banana, tho
cocoanut or maize is planted. They are
unkempt, unthrifty, dirty; but every
where kind mother nature covers tho
garden walla with lichens and tho con
volvulus, and tho gtsat lobed leaves of
the bread fruit, the alumna and the
palms give to the eye an ever varying,
an ever entirely satisfying picture.
These cabins of the colored people (our
inheritance from Spanish cruelty) liter
ally swarm with children. The tra
ditional stair of from five to twelve liitl i
pickaninnies is found in every cabin.
'Massa, gib me copper for Lread!" Then
ars inveterate beggars. They say they
can't get work, or if they do get any but
little is paid twenty-five to fifty cents a
day. The truth in, there is no desire,
perhaps no incentive, tq rork. no ambi
tion to satisfy. Hunger ia easily satisfied
by fruit, sweet potato, j ams and fish.
But little fruit is exported, and that from
the outlying islands, not from here.
Sponge fishing is" the one industry which
here is active.
For the climate, I would judge we had
in the United States no spot equal to this
for unending summer. For people ad
vanced in I'fe who desire to avoid our
winters, for tired brain worker, for
cases of low vitality, for tho beginning of
throat and lung troubles, I should say
Nassau is the place. Fred Stearns ia
Detroit Free Press.
I TVonle St:rrri? illo to lI vpnt(KiB.
i Person.- of a nerv;n eitMiiMil.;:i. and !
In paru'euhr 1 1. : i:b -t to l-- . j
Sire uioA apt to fall i :! ;.rlis';ci.J . ::.
There is th'-u prod:i'--d i- t';-::i :i ; u !
liar lu-uro i h j : t : .m, l.;ii'i p. ;.;!(
cal and physical :c - .' i:-, ... ;i - a I
genuine .i :i. ri s-.'.; in a ;,' . i ; f j
symptoms. I. . .. j v j ;i '.
ought not to b: e;d'i .1 forth r.: 1 iv i: r
without the t .aiiliorvs . tig !.v j
nicdird sci i!'.. Women are
susceptible to by pnojic m::!iij.;' t'io't. par
ticularly during the pi rio-i I i : .. , : :i i!:e I
; ISth and the Il'ti !i ye . :. v.i sen ti,.- c: ; '
! vou.s sy-t -ill i ; i:i i nil :.-iivity. Y.:i;.-g
: men iuay he hy ;;!! i:-. !. but i1. is ve:-- ;
' diliic'lll li Jiro !uee by ; :;,,i;e s-!eeM in old '
! met) or iii f-hll'h-eii. 1 -r .:i.s w ho i:i ( :v. l i
life are subject li nattir.d :-i:nraji:!'t:i-:a I
or sleei) walliing arc l.i'.er in lii" ';e.) l ,
hypnotic f.ubjce:.-, jut ;,s th.-y ;.re alro :
lilii'Iy tii be vicl:';.;ol" by: t. and o: her i
icro;;s -)i. ;
?!.;:iy are the ;:' es cmpl-ycd for i
pvlitcin,g hyii'.( is. ):: t!:::t erv i
frequently used ro:i:;i- e; i;ifi-:ii ; flic 'aro j
Upon fcwMl" bri gist o:i;e(g i ;c ,1 a 1.;'! ' 1
abov-- ihe ey s ;::sd in !' i' (lie mc.!:::!i
line of the i...- !:e- !. : ' "
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.irt r te 1 up.vard r.;:d; :d. 'i'::s j:im-
e or '.:: r.i of :i like hi-; I, t:i:iV be em
ploye; I in the c: f ; -r;is wii.i br.-.e
never I efore bet n 1;-. : i..o; i;:el. lint :!i"r
;:v. i.t!e. whe.i the : ;;' e. el h:. : o t ; ::;!;,
bet .1 edifated. ;;i!e:t; luc.-.. -.:.ediiii
tiictiiod.i may I.e employe.!. ri !i.:;:i j. t
of elect ri-. light or n viol r.t Nov.-s trt; !:
on a gong near the car of tie i.t.-.i. -.-i w i!l
ijirc!;(y itidnce lie 'p. , '.in. i;i hyjsnc.-
U:Uibh jHTSOlIS, t!:e v;niT; ce of ibi. I.eiiy
of ten presents speei.. ! poin!:-, '-iiy ; .gi;;i.'
zones, " as ll.v.-y are called, j;ii:.!.t;v,u: t:
rise '-hy. terogeni" ;:o!f. ;
stiro llpOl tluve p-,:(.;'!fe;4 1
Even in the crtse of l!:.' i;;e I s-!i . . g: i: :!e
individuals nre'y lues sl ru app wis. n
they, for th? lirsi lini", undergo ti:e l.yp
nogiiig iiianipulatioii.-, !;owe,r ;i. 'Id
l!:e oi.'cratcr nuiv be. There i.; . -d ;..
complete surrender f one's wili and
sc-iieo of all i Mental preo-eupalien, tu id
on the part of l lie ; puny j.-tv-': -f -inte In mos: ;; -.-.n c.-l.o.i:;.
of hypno'. ization 'e-. -. !.;,. ;.; i;-. g t
vague phenomena si'C casii el: ... ':.
ft.'ivsiiadov., so s gca.'g v ill
J?..V.!icr Hard to .nss.
Tho fact that tnis is tt veiy big country
never strikes ono so forcibly as when ho has
traveled a couple of thousand miles due wot
and still finds tho prairie stivtvhing out before
him. A 3"oung sprig of British nobility was
over here last smnnier, accompanied by the
inevitable "Joenis." They taw the sealioard
cities, tarried for awhile in Chicago, in St.
Louis and in Kansas City, and then struck
cut for the great west. Somewhere near the
edge of Colorado tho train was delayed at a
taiall station, and the passengers got out to
btreteh their icc, among tiim his lordship
and "Jeems," who sseemed to be in a In-own
Etmly. "What is it f" asked his master. 'j
was just tbinkin', me hiJ," said Jeeins, '"that
Columbia didn't do such a mighty big thins
when Le discovered this 'ere country, Latter
hall's said and done. 'Ow coulJ 'o Vlpitj"
Bos ton Herald.
Simplo iv.
A l'li:rl;y I :ve:ti Oiiiai:.
On the i h it:. i:i .iiiiboin. I i. t;r. 1 a.
little lady in tho larger of t'no only tv.-o
stores in the p.Iacc, who told nv; ths'.t t!
lui'ians on a re;'erv:;;ion ch;:3 by had
began to grow resile.-; , nr.d n: ";:..;!.
fc:ti:ig tho fr.ei by unusuul in:-:o!e:iee.
Oiily the day beforv'a d..-u;.-n of the hr.ucs
had come into tho t'-tore. when !-he --a i
star!: alone in ii arid had !ea: in.i
whisky, a commcx-ity t:oy wore al
lowed to touch and no one was pern;!:' d
to sell. S.'io told them ih; nci.e.
tiiid they, ar, Inclv.. wi'.?, l'.. r a I;ng
tinie, as if to shew her they would r.ot
go away until tuey got 'it. Curiou. ! v
enough, no ono cause to the store fr..:a
t'tie settlement. I5y and by the I::.'.h.::.s
proposed to search fov the w hi-hy. ,Sh:j
hiugiied at the; a and told the';n the
could search. They did ro, ::. ;--ing n; d
poking cvcryv.d-.eiv that they could il.ii j
f. V.'hen they oliere-d to - go up shdrs i
t'" her living apartmetits, E::y sic; i in t'.o
dcorvrcy nr.d told them they 1 in.-t i. :
venture there. Sho Ihitiaaod h.r L.;clr
against the door and 1 tie i them.
She was less than the ordhiivy .i.lhg
and diet not ejgh over ajJ pour.' , but
she quailed them villi tlio e ye f a. br:.v;
and determined vorsian, a v.. I witr-.i, gre ;-
e-ntly, eorno white men came t niahe j
purchases the Indiar.n took t';c:r.r:eh. . . ; I
if. Only a few nights before that t'.-l : J
tame woman Ind ;toj' a v.g.-if iu 1 ; :
back vaiel, url had goan uig a : I
shoood" it away wj:h i.vr r-v.g-a a ;1 j
scolding, just c; on 2 of ccs airlj r.ti: '.. .
do to a cat. I never saw a. lra.n thav I (
thought more pluc'ry tlian she. I': r-
b.ny.s. though, what no Indian or v.-'-'i" '
could do might be done by a m .i: e- H m
ii 13 beyond ail ic-ficoii tj er.peet th.i i
bravest not to fear a rou?e. Albany j
Fair Journr.!.
Swiss nti-.l ir ','cZi f nTdirF.
Thero is very liulj contract iKiwccn
th'j Swiss and French soldier, iioih rro
iielow t!.o stature of the (Jcrina.n, ih
!ich and American cldiw: iafe. ler :;.g -Icctually
aud physically. Th.g i .-.r-ii;.r
weaiv, a cap helmet, which j..r.':c
him look at cneo like a, membev cf a
nual band ia America. It i;ei; black
cloth, with deep blue trimmings and
with black sib'c braid about the edge.-.
The front ia oockeu and the rear slope
and has the helmet liita. lie wears a
n.vy blue cutaway coat, dark gray pan
tiiloons, and c-acli is decked with a very
nr.rrov.-red cord. At Lis side ij a short,
heavy srror 1 always, llii i-ide arm's aro
cotap'ctcd by a Ii.e-she t -l-calibre re
volver, heavy enough to be u.-ed r.s a
bhidgeon iti close quarters. Also, like tho
French eoUter. tho Swiss i ; armed witlia ) ncedhj gun. and i.s given so
:naeh active training that LoisLnvariahly
.1 fair marksman. Iu tliis. ;is nearly e. II
cntinental mmiies. there is by govern
ment authority an inducement for .'.ol
iiers to become line marksmen. But
the rav of the continental soldi.-r
low r.nd eneifd.'y liLi scriien r.eai-ly
n-.r.i;il lie.' l,.l-i?:''.5 hi:!.- int. re it i-i w-'. 't
h3 does. The pay is about otic-founh j "
in it of the Amcncun soluitr and loss than
half of that paid the English. Cor. Phjki
tdolphia Times.
.In-t alter eur IllVilitoiy, we lidie e
pi ie.-s g) ;, li tli goeds latlo 1" than to
carry . . . We.ue willin:r las'll i t:r
i;t n ". intei binds :tt i n' t. Maj li s we
h ive a l ege ip..nitity and ell. r tie in
i ry 1 V. C.dicos :i in Ti cuts per yard,
inihiligtl e lust Mati'litrd of tlieni ;it V'
ir;U lor ( Singham be-t dres
v;.!' !'i i'. lits pi r yatd. Ih. g. eiU
tili i.'ii.'.-i ti: : ty lo.wM pti. e-, In ,tl
" C-'li! , pef V lid tlpWat.l. eoh 1 1,,,-e
W.5 offer at ce. I, i U:t I'..... I.rsdi. s ca' I.
mere he. , ..v..iih r. ':). nnw ,". i i.i .,
thia h-avy v.i el 1') c. i,';. ,,ev .-,- ,
M n's th;e ; ibb.-d wot tli r.ow ::n. I'n
i. r nil: t go ;.t Lev pi.:-..-.. . ,-.(.
W ill Ilet L. ( p I ll t;l o i f.
wr iit Silver (Jn-y iiao M,1,K
and thaw: r-i. fe-nn'-r pile .'e'Mi u'
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, A.l.i iptaiity 7 i new Tel.
Our Scarlet ail wool :-hnti and dia.v
ers I'm quality VI. fit) now To ci nls.
Osir m;, ht .ill Wool .-Lit Is Mini .hi',,
i line qii-dity si. '.'" new !.(!).
ntr seal I t all-w ool hit Is and draw
ers, line quality !.?." now l,'J"i.
O r.-eaiht ;:!1-wool Lit is and draw
ers, line qti.dity VV.'IDlioW 1 4. -
I. O! 'ALLY AS ill M A I '.
Oa.r ':' p.-r c ent . ilNe-ouut on cLci!,---. is
st'll good. We -ire i t ! : i. : i: e. 1 ti (loss:
out our ml iii.- steak .-tail never Indole
has sin h itn op;. et I at.ity be-ti oll'efi d to
economical buyers to tma h-e-e the b.-t
qualities for so little nion-.
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lully 1cie:-;;iin( ! To li .- c.-m ! ;g ;- !,t:-iii:-s i;i
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ltuW. :is e.iti i'.ieioig arfatg.iiii nto li;;c ltoeii
perieclou for the o.:ilii.:iiaiiOr d ::sn; ii?:icr the
liignn-ci,.;.,,! ,.f yti.m J. I'gdey :gi( 1. jg lluiY
Ut'l as I)"-!e-gg i :, j ca l.i 'i-, :: i 'j Vi 1 1 1
llolifv ;ti'' IVielel- tigd l airoil :",', ilV ilg;;I "-
ci.sion n:wl kind' .' eo-ieit a cuif numtg n' voir
l;ii: i:ttroii.i.M- mi 're.-Iy ;:(!. -tl liiwing the
pH::t si. !i"0i l '. '!!-.-. i.V lite Is i : i ' I !' i S t.f C-.lill.C-
t'cnl ioi -e-.
'hi ; .'e git id Mr. S'i.!i.i!:og g-nviiio i(
c'.ty J!i.l i.v iha :.!o-ii'.i ..' tig fligra ;.v
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Bed-Rock Prices,
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mm mm 11 m 10
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r-i.-e-actil Ittsn.
Vi :iti v i.-ri' little giri j !ays i.iceiyon
the piano. IVrhap.; slf; ha; dotammt
Father I-or iK-av. n'.i f.d;.., heep.g.iet,
Don't wake It u:. 'iv::aa .'.''i'trnv--:.
The people f Toki'. J.-pati, liitve
taken to eaih-g !;; ...--le h, ai:d tie re id
quite a lie ir:.i. 1 fer ii.
IP TV- i 1 O r
Will ho opon Ja::t:ary yA'., ;;t tlte
OLcii) S'l'llXJO OF F. id. Gill (i1UTlrI
All vrk warranted lirst-cltts.-..
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