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lL,ATTS3lOUTII, NIS15UASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2G, 18811.
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ti't. s!i-;t weight al'ini or pho-iiiia'c ovvitr.
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" IZIVKI SO G I K'I'KS. "
C(A-S I.(Im;k No. U'l.
'fVery T'ie-1 t" evening
trauti' nl l-;oi;;-.:s ae re
I l. . F. -Meet
of -:u-Ii week. All
i ; til 1 y Invited to
1l.v rrM'un n f.noa.mpmkn ;r No. 3.1.0.
- (. F.. Jin .'I' fv'ery alternate Fiiday in
ffitdt ! i:M: in tin; V;--,ni'r ll;i:l. Vls'tllilJ
,.stiii..; rie invited to fiti'eti.i.
iI. 'l I's.'.iliri Ii l.Ul.i.L: N' c, A. 1 .t A. M.
.M-.'.i t 4 on !!i" lir-t :i!ni 1 1 1 f - i .M i!iiiiys oi'
e ili l!"Mt!i at I heir ii;;'l. All t r.iii-ii:nl U otu
tfi iir. cil'di;ii! v invUcd to im-i.t Willi us.
... (i. U.i!l'V, W. M.
Wm. iiavs. "v-ujctary.
(.SS (Mfi' .').:uj, MdHl'.lih' WtiODMKN
V 0( ,' ,;j ji: 1 U.ela si'.oontj ;.iid li'liiiii .Mon
day ftvelile.t? at K. of P. hall. All transient
l.rotller- ule li'V.li'Mi'il to Inert with If. .. A.
Nowwi-iicr, Ye..eralde Consul;':. F, ?:!('
V.ithy Advis-r ; S C. Wild.t, Hanker ; W. A.
' Kl!!5 1-K I'll PI lilt. N. : It. A. M.
Mi't'l-i seeond and f.i'.ii lli Tilesdav "f 'acdl
rnotifh 1.1 Mi.-onV Jlall. Transcietii brothers
tm ir.vilei: to iiiMi.1 V.1M1 lia.
I .L '.Vi.ii 1:, 11. P.
Vj'. 1'- 5ee..tiwy. ' ' '
X'T. !(,N ciUMA 1AI;V. N'l. S. K. T.
i Sjeeli fii.it aiid il.il'd Wt.:i:ii"ll-i' lilMht '
eaeh inonlh at Mason's hall. Visiting brother
are eoriliilliy inviieil 10 ineei wmi 11s.
V M . 1 1 A V S,
F. K. Win i k. K. ('.
-LATISMOCTH I.OIXIK .N(. k. A.O. V. V.
Mi.-H t'ifiv alternate it: .lay evi'liinir at
ukivid ha:i af x o'elook. Al! transient Inoth-
:nv rer peit fully Hutted to attend. P.
ivii. M. W. ; t'liai. Il -mple, l-.ireniau; J.
1'.- it t'f. K: order ; I.. Anderson, overseer.
!..(. r n, I j.i.cin. ve ; W. . . MUonald,
! ji t i : .'. W. l'.i idm Kinani'e.T.
A. 1!. W. jleetfc
cv.'i'i' vif i'!"n:r. rriuay svi.i.ii.',' ui. i r
V ill 'J'r;isi' it brotliers art; rcs)(;ei f tilly iu
"1 ted t a-ien !. F. P. itr: 11. Master Wotk
l.;a ;C I- "in.ler. 1 -denial) H. Steuiikef
( fV.i'seei-; W. 1. Mji!-'!. i'u.ani.ii.r j (5. F.
llouii. .v.irih. l ee.i tier ; F. J . .V'irxnii, Iteeei'-i-r
W in. Creh an. ( Iniih- ; Wrn.. I.tulwi. Iuide
Wateh : 1. !"':i, (nitsi l Wate i.
goij jV'i'Y" oi'iaGJcrjS.
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Kobt. IS Wiiulliam
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F. It. (Julliiiiaii
ImI ' Itnr President....
L'nd Vice. President
.1. C. Kieliev. I". 1C. White.
.1 ('. Patterson,
.. A. ('miner. It. KImoii.C
W. shvriii'iu. F. (ior-
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MsCONIHIS POST 45 C. A. R-
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Veelinir Saturday evening
A S. F. THOMAS.
Attornev-at- l.av and Noti-ry Ptddic. Ofiice in
1- n.irera'.d mock. Ilattsnunitli. Neb.
A TTOitX I.Y.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Atrorncy-at Law. Will ivp prompt Attention
to all buMiisH intrusted to him. Oliice ii.
iluion Bloi-k, Ka-d side, I'lattsmouth, Neb.
stapiu anil L'aut. (troue.it.Hi Uiajibwaie ant'
Crockery. Kiourand Feed.
AVo. your finance committee, respectful
ly report the following est tmate of monies
which will be necccssary to pay iuterest,
debts and cnerenr. evpeuse fi?r the cr.sy-
in p; iiseal yer.r tovit.
Miiyor and Coniicil
City Cerk ;ttKi. city Tieamin-r auu.
Iioi.rd i'tilillu Wolks
1 i y Att rney
lioiinlinsj City l'iisoner.4
P.. .c M. It U. lionds
streets, (!r:idiiiu and liiidn'mir
Fire llyii'.ants INdital
Keartoti Ke!iiiilin; Honds
lli.uli Seliool llonds
Storm Water Seve'aue l.onds
Inter-'eet:!)!! I'av'n1 Honds
Fire an"d Water. .:
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'lie venue for the fiscal year ns reported
by the city 'l iesii.ev to .iune 1, J88it(
1 A. Salisecuy,
C- nimittee, P. McCai.i.an,
( J. D. Simps
NO SMOKE OR SMELL.
To -liie Hciv Coil. OIL Stove
tiMt'roci ?tlat JoIiiimoii IStom.
Call and see lliem. Tlioy will
Snow Pako Breri-
lu-st and cheapest bread made.
Tlt-livered da)Sy by llallie Johnson.
firdeia received ns heretofore at SI. B.
Murpliy's Grocery Store. Telephone
No.-. 3 21-1 w.
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ATTACKS OF HYSTKKICS.
THEY ARE NOT ALWAYS LIMITED TO
WOMEN, A3 SUPPOSED.
Quite Coin moil Aiiioiic Soldier The Nu
lure uihI Cau of tlio Trouble Often
Slailo to IteiM liibla II j droplioblu CHse
Ttiat Dortom Would Uutlier Not Have.
Hrstt-ria is a derangement of tho nervous
kj-st?iii which manifests itself in many dif
fercnt ways, nnd jm-.-ients many tliXerent
pliascs. As, for instance, one patient may
bo so violent as to bo dangerously unman
ageable, wliilo another may Ho for hours us
though doad. It is -a functional disorder,
afTectinK different pares of tho nervous sys
tem, but exhibiting itself lir&t by mental dis
turbances, tho will, ruason and imagination
Utiiij; perverteiL Women suirer from it tlio
iiio.st, and it u:uaUy makes lis apjienrunco
lietwoen tho ugos of 'JO and o0 j-t-ars. Hut
men are by no means exempt from it, al
though it is quito rare among Ihout, at least
in this country. Tlmt wuulil not appoar to
bo tho rulo every whero, however, for it luts
recently been stuted thut tho existence of
hysteria uiuon ltus.ian soldiefs is by no
means an exceptional Qoeurroiiee. Tho affeo
1 ('li, it i fcJiiil, presents in them tho sumo
divei'sities of form as it does among women,
SOME OK THE SYMPTOMS.
The influences which render one liable to
attacks of hysteria aro many. It is most
likely to occur in women who suirer from
nervous debility, or in those in ivhuu. me
uervous system is highly excitable, and,
heneo, easily disturlel.' Those whose parents
have hud such nervous diseases as epilepsy,
SL Vitus' daneo, insanity, et?., are jieculiarly
liable to becomo victims of hysteria. Gve-j
tnentaJ disturbance, such ud tVight, anger,
Tjef, etc., pieUispripe.s to it? development In
fact, any intluenca which, depresses and
weakens the nei-vous system may bo held as.
one of its causes. Children, and especially,
(it llo girls destina4 i latr to bt-ccirm
i'.i'steri;!, oftei. exhibit, snyg 0110 writer, a
jieculiar flightiness and excitability of tem
perament, violent and unreasonable temper,
ready disposition to cry or scream 011 tha
least provocation, and are especiall3' liable to
thoforms of digestive disturbances which
torment adult hysterics.
Whimsical p.ppolito, regurtiitiou oi fuxl
immediately' &ftc! Sivallovjii.g and witliOut
nau.suA',' seuHati'ous'pf Milking at tho pit of t(i
itoiVcli, craving for food of which only a
few mouthful I'tttiso satiety or even disgust.
These and other indications of uervous dys-jx-psia
aro to bo dreaded, not only for their
immediate influence on the nutrition, but as
indications of an imperfection of tl-c i., Vuu5
system most liaLli c .;: ui.sitne to ttio serious
iisc.ao i quesiioil. Headache, espeually
W'lien seated ou one side or in one temple, is
dnother symptom, often, of hysterical sig
nificance. So, also, is a liability to J" if.
the left Side under the !;or. t, which Is ti'edi-al-o-
eise seatc-cj' ih tho hiuscles'of the part'.
Tlio perversions Of 'sensibility in hysteria are
generally seated on tho left sido of the bqdv.
Hysterical convulsions inj.;tu'io viiOo of oj'r
ilr;ivi bitt withouv ioas of oonsciousr.ess,
There u no knowing just what tui-n v'
tej-IcU att-w ;a-Ke ftftcr u ni.st"
break. Sometimes the patients act in the
most insane manner, are mischievous, talk
most abusively, aud even those who arp i,
other times U'.)oTcei.itioi?al n their language,
wMq hysterical "swear like troopers." Some
aro wholly unmanageable nnd appear dan
gerous to themselves and to others. Not In
frequently, after a violent fit of hysteria, the
victims suddenly become quiet so quiet, in
deed, that they lie as though in & deep sleep.
ta tha$ siato they remain, for hours. That
they breathe is, of course, evident, but be
yond that they do not seem to move a muscle.
Among tho symptoms of hv-steria, that
which is termed by physicians "globus hys
tericus" is quite common ' Patients present
ing that imagine that a lump arises from the
nit of the stomach to the throat, and remains
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hysterical subjects thero is also trouble with
the respiratory muscles, causing a jt-culiar,
luusli. rasping breathing. What is called
the hysterical cough is not uncommon. It is
loud, barking nnd brassy. Hybterical hydro
phobia, in which tho patients bark like n
dog, snap at things, have convulsions, te., is
doubtlos many times taken for tho r-al lis
easo simulated, and certainly would lo sus
ected in those cases whero recovery takes
NEED OP UEHOIC UKUED1ES.
Oftentimes what appear to be heroic meas
ures must bo used before hysterical patients
can lo brought to themselves; their applica
tion seems cruel, and tho medical attendant
is considered rough, hard hearted, etc. As
we said in tho In-ginniiig, a doctor who suc
cessfully treats a case of hysteria, if the at
tack is severe, is scarcely likely to be called
to the same patient a second time, and 11101-0
than likely she and her friends will cordially
hate him ever afterward. Of course the
treatment of a sudden and intense attack
must differ from that which has leon exist
ing for a considerable timo and is what may
bo termed chronic. The former should al
ways bo cut short when pnsMblij. As a rule,
that can be !-::: if nm:c , . i'':: i re :-.:i
is made on the patient's mind, iint it is
here that tho physician is often obstructed
by inconsiderate friends. Practically they
aro under her control, and remain so as long
as they exhibit tho slightest solicitudo.
Tha hysterical patient knows ull that is
going on around her. Her will power is
greatly impaired, ami it must be braced; up
firmly by tho strong, calm ami fi fot-U y even
control of the lpctur. Let him bo a man
weak and undecided, and she will recognize
that fact on the instant, und any moral treat
ment which he attempts to apply will bo ab
solutely useless. Whereas if Uie sees hi b'
her master, ho will not bo long in bringing
her to herself. A, physician, if known to a
patient to be ono who is sure to keep his word,
can always do better with an hysterical p,v
tient than a stranger; when tho former
threatens her with sotn.o heroic measure
such as putting uor under a cold shower bath
sho gencvidly comes to her senses about the
timo H10 preparations are completed. Here
lies the secret of treatment in many cass
the fact of tho patient meeting her master.
A very quick way to bring a patient out of
hysterical coma is to place the palm of the
hand over her mouth aud pinch tho noco witk
the fingers. This, of r oui (.,, p.ev.dnCs breath
ing, and Ls .iu'vv fvptual inside of sixty -ond-i
Jud6ub.tedly this tr-eatnu-nt iis been
applied. hiuidrtMs cf times. But the friends
n.CYCP know it it would never do for them
to and it is done slyly by the physician,
often when ho stands with his back to the
frieuds. Hut sho knows it, and "lny-, -5 y.'
against him. '"'" "
It is ef oj oow to sea wD3r a physician is not
overfoiid of hysterical cases. Ho isobstructed
by relatives nnd friends, who cannot or will
not understand the real needs, and he m'-y
often, to be successful, watch opportunity
and do his wo'-k -vbvi ihoir. Lacks aro turueti
tonivihiug pci.iti'yely distasteful to him.
Again, lie always feels when at tho bedsido cf
such a patient tt at the change ape s'-iat thai
is 'lib last call to th-iy fnaiiy. &ie recognizes
her mtifo,- .isuaily to hat him ever after
ward. Boston Herald.
THE ANGELUS BELL OF FALSE RIVER.
Thrice upon the ear with a solemp. tT. fl
Fall the ileni)ei!j .i,es o( US beil!
From vhe ancietit feteeple the timid dovo
Awakens from its dream of love.
And its startled mate, like a wounded thing.
Darts in air on a quivering wing.
Across the bright water the island glown
In rosy light and in soft repose;
Like enchanted scene, its radiant shorn
Vpon the waco is pictured o'er.
Athwart tho broad and tremulous river
The last rays of the sunlight quive;--,
Like human blesslugs after taking flight
They leave behind them a track of light.
I gaze on tho scene and lingering musd
t'ntil twilight its shadows cliff use
Till no echo of th-; Angelus lell
Keaehcs tho car -with its solemn swell :
- "Epsilou" in New Orleans Picavune.
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NEW GOODS AFP1VEDA1LY
ComplcU' in all dcpail nicnl s. Handsome linn
of Xeopolitan and pattern
MATS. RIBBONS, PLUMES, COLLARS
CUFFS BELTS GLOVES
FANS HANDKERCHIEFS SASH RIBBON.
AVo cordially invite ladies to call and gvi prices xvu
can save you 111011C3'.- '
Moore & Studebaker.
One door west of Joe's clot hin store.
MRS. HAYES IS DEAD.
Altera Peaceful Night Sho Passes
Fniiv.oNT, O., June 2o. Mrs. Hayes
difcd at 0::10 this inorning, after jiassing
the night quietly. At the bedside were
the members of the family, tugcthcr with
Mrs. Mitchell, of Columbia, a, cousin of
Gen, Ibiyes; Mrs. Huntington, 11 cousin
of Mrs. Hayes; Lucy Ketler, Mis. A. II.
Miller and physicians.
Mrs Hayes maiden name was Luoy
Ware Webb. She wus born August 2s,
lHUl, at ChiUicothe, )., and was the
youngest child and only daughter of Dr.
James AVcbb and Maria Cook. Her
grand father, Judge Isaac Cook, who. ; .;i,uc
from Connecticut in ;,! all four
of her yci;t j;iiualhera servel in the
levolutionury war. Her father scrv!
in tho war of 1S12 and died during the
cuoierti scourge 111 Lexington, ly j
lss;. Mr.s Hayes was nvavv-cO, tK-Ctiubcr
:)0, lSoo. At ti,v bvcakiu2 oit of the
war tke eUUion her husband and
both of htr brothers immediately entered
the army, and from that time nutii the
close of the war her 'itie was a refuge
for w;o:pvi-il, tv'k and furloughed sol
diers going to or returning ft the front.
She spent t wo winters n vamp with her
husband in Yw-g'uiia, and after the battle
at South Mountain, where he was badly
wounded, she hastened and joined him
at Middelton, Md., and later spent much
time in the hospital tit Freder;;!; t-'ity.
During the fovr j;.-ri o iier life at tho
'.v':Uv iiouse she was distinguished
by the graceful cordiality with which
she received all who came to lie;;, rtince
the retirement of hey sb&nd from pub
lic l;fe ie ha3 been au ardently intere-'t-ed
incmher of the Woman's llelStf corps,
and has served drifj uoee-sive years as
prcs'.dciU or the Woman's Home Ii.-sion-nry
Society of the Methodist Episcopal
Her children are Burchard Il iyc-s, tsp,
a lawyer practicing in Toledo; Mr.
Webb Hayes, in business in Cleveland;
Rutherford II. Haye p, l,ui;l;er in Fre
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university, and Funny Hayes, y(),iii;j
lady living with her ,ai( nt.i. All of theni
wciv present at the bedside.
The fnni'i'd will occur Fiiday aflr
noon at two o'clock from the residence
in Spiegel yruvc.
Plenty of feed, flour, graham nnd
meal at Ibiscl's mill, tf
Fun itc.vr A desirable house for u-n.
Iiip-ii e of J. V. Week bach A: Son, t.
J'lusli ixiviims ii( Miri ivootl'N
Fine Job Worfc specialty at Tun
t o untie i- Mipio-i-M in txlti'v;0( .
Acute and chronic; 1 heiuoHei.-in can be
iTcctually and p nU:;,.ct;tly curd by
the me of ni!bi,sd's Ul.euru itic Syrnjv
and in:;e,. Soid by F. d, Fiieke & C.
'flic Xciv How, only. ut
The effect of vv-oig Hibburd's Khcuma
tic Syrup ii unlike nil medicines contain
tti; opiates or pois. iis, it being entirely
free from them. It cures rheumatism by
purifying the blood. Sold by F. G.
Fi ieke & Co.
Rheumatism 13 c:ml by" Hibbard'sj
Iiheumatic Syrup stiikino; at. the seat of
the disease and restoi in;r the kidneys nnd
liver to healthy action. If taken a suffi
cient time to thoroughly eradicate such.
polKi.ii, it never fails. Sold by F. (I.
Fi icke &. (Jo.
HJi. H. W. CUOK,
Ofiice froui room Canuth lllock, Main
and Fifth streets.
Ofiice hours from 10 to 12 a. in. and
2;o0 to 4:o0 p. in. tf
Hibbaid's Rheumatic Syrup nnd Plan
ters are prescribed by the lending physi
cals of Michigan, its home state, and art
rcmidies of uncepuallcd merit- for Riien
matism, blood disorder and liver and
kidney comphwnt. It comes here with
the highest endorsements an-1 recomen
daiions as to its curative virtues.
SSo'.d by F. G. Frieke &Ca.
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