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jlE NEBRASKA HERALD
U rCBUSBSO VXlLJ JD WEIELT BT
II D. HATHAWAY.
juktob 4SD PSOrSIETOB.
Office corner Main axid Seoond rtreeu, teo
fciiory. EflMS: DHy 110.00 per annum, or $1.00
Weekly, tijQQ per annua if piid in
fcLSO if not paid in ad ranee.
91 AMOK I C.
f i TTSMOCTH Lodcb No. 6 A. P. t A.
Luir meetings at their ball on the fint and
rii A10DUB7 rvruiu vi ca munia. arani
t treihern invited to visit.
JUU2i W. tUAHyVH. W. 14.
V. Wist. Sec.
I.cot LolGE U. D. A. P. k A. M. Reralir
Ciint" feeond and fourth Fridavi of eah
utn t aiaeouie uan. J. i. nlifc, n. M.
k'a. WlSTEBHTIJII, ?ee.
irtiHSitHifTil.No. 3 It A. M. Regular
rotation second and fourth Tuepdav ara-
tt of each month at 1lA o'clock p. m.
STERPTADCKItLoDO. Resular ineet-
s of the Family are held on Wednesday eve-
r. on or betore the lull moon of each month.
Master jaaaons, xneir wived, emten ana
rhters are invited to attend. Unmarried la-
$ mast be over eighteen year of age.
I. H. WUEBLEH-l'atron.
ilta. C. A. DciB. Patronetw.
j. J, n is, itecoraer.
I. O. O. F.
P.tgalar tneefin of Platte Lodge. No. 7, I. O.
r . every Saturday evening. Brothers or oth
Lodres cordially invited to visit.
r. ai. J'unutuiu, . u.
W. Cabbotbkrii, Sec.
I. O. .T.
nn Bbibcb, Ko.2 V. V. Leonard. W. C.T.:
V. Lewi. V . S.: W. Dallas Ferree, Lodge
paty. Meets at Court Houxe Hall every
ffday evening. Traveling Templars respect
t-IiCBt.fioa IK(;Bit Lodgb, No. 1. E. B.
wis, 1. I.; t. t. White, u. S. Meets at Court
rue Hall on the first and third Saturday evrn-
kt of ea;h month.
iTk or nun lui( 2io. . u. J. Davis, w.
T.; Anurew t oieman. w. &. jieeu at mL
leiu'snt every Saturday evening.
Fjiuvhw Lonoc. No. 14. J. J. Chandler,
C.T.: Wm. J. ilwtr, W. S.: S. W. Calkin.
dge Deputy. Meets every Weiinesday even
t. Traveling Templar respectfully invited.
Tmti UroVB IsOIKiK. No. Amos firiffith.
y. C. T.: Jas. AllfHon. W. S.: C. 11. Witislow.
.dge Ueputy. Meets every SatuMay evening,
avrling Templars are respectfully invited to
ect wiia u.
St. Luke's Parish-
Monthly meetings of the Vestry 1st Friday
tuiug of each month, at the Hectory; Quartely
eetiDip ot Vctry 1st Mondays of May, August,
avember and February.
11. St. 5E0. YOUNO. Rector.
Wm. L. 'Wii.ls. Clerk.
AITOKNEY AT LAW. l'lattsmouth, Neb.
T. M. f ARQUETT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor in Chan-
lery. Platinuath, Nebraska.
. KAXWBLU BAM. M. CBimiX
DIAXrvTLL k. CHAPMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and Solicitors in
hkneery. l'lut toiunuth. Nebraska. Offioa ovar
WhAt k Buttery's Irug Store. aprl.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land
Kfint. Lincoln, Nebraiika. Will practice inany
If the Courts of the State, and will buy and sell
t il l.state on commission, pay Taxes, examine
itlei. J.C. inovZStf.
. F- COOPER
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Plattsmouth. Neb.
'A' :U buy nud Sf'l Heal Estate, and pay tuxes for
in ri li-rt;. luiprovea ana unimproved lands
B i lott t it oaic IjaneliVtSH.
Dr J W. THOMAS,
nving prrmaorntly located at Weening W.
er Fallx. tenders bis professional services to the
bitiiea of Caa county. Nebraska. jan7'69tf.
hr. H. KCHILDKXKCHT, 99. 1.,
Having permanently loeated here, tenders his
professional services to the people of the city
ard rurrrmnding country. "Office at his resi
itiyte, one mile oa(h of town. septSdwtf.
PHYSICIAN AND SL'RQEON tenders his
arofewioDal servires to the citieDS of Caxs coun
ty. Kfctidencesoutheast corner of Oak and Sixth
streets: office on Main street, opposite Court
titfun. 1'iaiuuioutn. .Nebraska.
j. w n AtTI.tkh, n. a .
PHTSKTAN AND S I RQ EO N . 1 a e a Snr-feon-in-Cliief
of the Army of the Potomac,
J'JaitMOKiuh. Nebraska. OfSoe with Dr. R. K.
LivingMtn. on Main street, oppocite the Court
Home. Private residence corner of Rock and
liih streets, two doors south of P. P. Gass.
Or. stuvii. koi:iti.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Having located
at WeepiLg Water Falls, will attend promptly
is all prut'eiuioiial calls, both day and night.
. B. WBIKT.CB. L. D. BK!f BBtT.
D. II. WHGCLF.H k. C O ,
tl Estste and Tax Paying Ageuts. Notaries
raulic. Fire and Life Insurance Agent. PlalU
mouth. Nebraska. je'JUf
C. IIEIEL. Proprietor. Iisving recently been
vepaired and placed in thorough running order.
Cutni work done on short notice. 100.0W) Bush
el of Wheat wanted immediately, for which the
kia-hext market I'rice will be paid. augU8lf.
J. K. WI$C
Qenfral Life, Accident, Fire, Inland and Trans
Insurance Agent. Will take risks at reason -aSlc
ratry in the most reliable Companies in the
Cnited States. Oftice opposite the Court House,
.risttsmonth. Neb. may'Jltf.
J. E. Tlolland. Proprietor, corner of Main and
Third streets. Plattimouth. Nebraska. Having
rn refitted and newly furnished offers first
lass accommodations. Board by the week or
CARPENTERS t JOINERS. Are prepared
to do work in cood style, on short notice, and
cheap as the cheapest. bhop. corner of
asaiD and toint streets. laugUldtr.
CARPENTER AND JOINER, will do all
work in his line on short notice and in the best
style. Contracts for building made on reasona
ble terms. julyiltf
niTCHEM. it. noi.FE, '
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS Will do all
work in their line on short notice. Will take
contracts, larsre and Small, and furnish material
when d-;rrd. ar-Shop on Main street, oppoj
ite M. K. VJtturcti.
MRS. J. F. DOCD,
Having jnt received a new supply of Good?,
now oflVrs Hats at a trifle above cost, and Bon
nets of assorted silks and laces, also colored
crapes in latest stylo at from S2.50 to $4.00.
(ioods kept at Dovey'e and Wiggenhorn Jt Co.'g
J. & U, J. Streight,
Fruits, Confectioneries, Toys,
I am Agent for tbe best Musical Instruments
njade. Persona wishing to buy Pianos. Cabinet.
Metropolitan or Portable Organs, or Melodeons
can purchase, throogh my Agency on as liberal
tents as thev ean from the maufacturers tkem
eives. All Instrumenui fully warranted.
Prttf. J. f. WISH.
Capt.D. L.AIJOO Jb CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
WINES AND tJQTJORS
Also a very choice selection of
TOBACCO" AND CIGARS.
Main street, seoond door east of the Seymour
House. Nebraska, City, Neb.
Are just receiving a new Stock of Genuine Old
Bonrbon direct from Bourbon county. Ky.. Bit
tere, etc mylSw.
Heal Fit, Comfort anil Lcunomr
(Three reasons for boarding with
ITBBBT, rLATTSVOrTS. KBB.
Two blocks northwest of briek Schoel House,
hM BTH HOUSE, free to patrons: his
"W weU 8'W1. s-od hie priceere rea-
a. I. BOBB. . V. SOBAS, ...
sr. j. iso3ri co
AND WHOLESALB DEALERS IX
Flour, Grain Provisions, and
HIDES, WOOL, etc..
Corner Pearl and Court Streets,
Council Bluffs, loft,
Cor Wain and Second Sis,
HcrBRiKCBS. First National Bank. Council
ISluQs Officer t Pusey. Bankers, Council Bluffs;
First National Bank, Omaha: Omaha National
Bank, Omaha: Rogers rf-Co., Cheyenne; Bough
ton Bartholow. Bryan; Gilbert t Field,
qicago, Bartholow, Lewis k Co., St. Louis. Mo.
TBOS. B. TOOTLB. T. K. BABBA. t. B. CLABB
Tootle, Hanna &. Clark,
Oold aud Wilver Coin,
TJ.H. and other NtoeliH.
Drafts drawn on all parts of the United State
and Europe. Deposits received, and special at
tention given to collections.
j21tf Plattsmouth, Neb.
REALESTATE ! I
OF CHOICE LANDS,
Improved and Unimproved,
For sale on reasonable terms; also. City proper
ty, consisting of Residences and Unimproved
Lots. Those desiring to invest capital will find
it to their interest to call and examine onr list
before purchasing elsewhere,
augitf.j 6PURLOCK k WINDUAM.
All Real Estate plaeed in our hands for sale
will be thoroughly advertised without extra cost
to the owner. W e guaranty to advertise every
piece of property placed on our sale books, giv
ing full description of same when desired. This
gives parties demring to sell the full advantage
of advertising their property for sale, without
naving a dollar ol the expense to par.
augitf.j eJPURLOCK k WINDUAM.
Improved Farm and Timber
For sale. The farm is situated 2V miles waet
of Plattsmouth ; 2JU acres undercultivation.and
10 acres of timber; also, a story and a half
house. For terms see
augOtf.j bl'URLOCK WINDUAM.
Improved Farm for Sale.
Containing 80 acres, ail miles west of Platte-
mouth. Apply to
aug5tf.J SPL'RLOCK A WINDUAM.
A Great Bargain.
We have for tale an 80 acre tract of land lyin
ten miles southwest from Plattsmouth, which
cau be had at a bargain if application is aiade
loon. bPURLOCK & WINDUAM.
I?OR SALE Lots iii Plottsmouth:
Lots 7 and 8 in block 37.
West half lot 5 iu block S4.
Lot 1-' in block .'-J.
Lot iu block IK.
Lots 3 and 4 iu block 89.
Lot 6 in block 28.
Lot 4 in block 18.
Lot 9 in block 3.
Lot 3 iu block 23.
Lot 1 in block 61.
Lot 10 in block 64.
Lot 1 in block 16.1.
Lot 5 in block 17.
Lots 3 and 4 in block 89,
Lot 4 in block 35.
Ea.t half lot 7 in bloek BS.
Lots 5 and 11 in block 6S.
Lot 12 in block 149.
Lot 12 in block 40.
Lot 9 in block 96.
augiitf KPCRLOCK k WINDHAM.
IOR SALE. A portion of the
will be sold cheaper than
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6PU&L0CK k WINDHAM.
J. M. DIKCHIMN & CO.,
(Successors to J. M. Ilinehmaa.)
Druggists & Apothecaries.
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, DYES. K0TI0SS.
rERFUMBRT, TA5CT B0AFS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
For Mechanieal end Medicinal purpose.
Keep constantly en hand full and well assorted
Physicians' prescriptions carefullj compound
ed by an experienced Druggist. None bat the
purest medicines ased. All goods warranted ae
represented, uu ana see.
Main Street, South Side.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1S69.
TUos. W. Nhryoclc,
And dealer in all kinds of
Furniture and Chairs.
third btbbbt. (near Main)
Plattsmouth, - - - Heb.
Repairing and Varnishing neatly done.
47 Funerals attended at the shortest notion.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
Situated on Four Mile Creek, ixA mile north
west of Plattsmouth, 1 mile from tho Platte riv
er.and three-lourths of smile from the line of tbe
Ji. A M. R., and known as tbe Stocking farm,
containing 2S0 acres of choice land. 100 acres of
which is bottom land, about ten acres are timber
and about ninety acres in grass, the balance in
grain, all under fence. Upon the premises is a
double cabin, frame barn 20x30 feet with stone
basement, stables and other out buildings, an
orchard, plenty of stock-water, a never failing
well, a good school houso; also 6 acres of timber
land in Sarpy coun'y, near the mouth of tbe
Platte riven also lots two and six (2 and 61 in
Block four (4 1 aud lots seven and eiht (7 and 8)
in Block one hundred and sixty-eight (ICS; in
the city of PUttsmouth. Terms ear y.
Enquire at tbe premises or of the subscriber
in Saunders Co. Neb. M. STOCKING.
Plattsmouth. Aug. 5,-tf.
R SALE A Farm, situated 10 miles south
of Plattsmouth. fenced and 60 acres broke.
augtttf SPURLOCK k WINDilAM.
Adrestisements from J.C.Jon 13, JR.. Adver
IMPORTANT TO BOTH SEXES
There exists a false delicacy ani pride
amounting almost to prudery, in regard to con
sulting b physician in certain maladies. The
medical faculty recognise it. and aro dumb.
Those of the public afflicted txknowlodge the
truth of it. and suffer in silence. Tbe province
of this circular is to present the subject in its
Hundreds of lives are lost every year by dis
eases which have been neglected or improperly
treated. In tbe ease of young men there seems
no apology, and yet in many cases they attempt
to cure themselves with vile nostrums, and in
consequenco shortea their lives, and pass tbe
miserable remnant of existence with their blood
filled with the poison of a stifled, but cot cured
disease, which must inevitably be transmitted
to the third and fourth generations.
With young womt-u there seems some excuse.
and yet their utmost secrcsy will not conceal the
facts. Any intelligent physician who walks
these streets can recognize among the ladies, by
certain infallible toketis known to biia. aud of
which the sufferers are often totally ignorant,
the ravages of that wide spread scounte. the
whites. Any intelligent physician can point out
in his daily walks score of this anil kindred
complaints, in both sexes, the existence of which
they cannot ignore. The educated suflerer
knows tbe physician can detect this. Tbe phy
sician knows that the sufferer knows it, and yet,
in nine cases out 01 ten, the afllicted individual
fails to consult the man whom he knows is cog
nisant, both of tbe nouinlaint und the means of
cure. Knowing tht health can be restored, and
who cau restore it, t.hey deliberately ullow them
selves to become mvre wrecks of bontt.nit), and
to transmit diseased constitutions to their
To Yomiff 3Icn.
In every community there aro vast numbers
of young men a til ic ted with nominal weukucss,
nocturnal emissions, lassitude, debility, and tbe
other attendant tyuiptoin of txxrret disorder,
undermining the -constitution, aud totally de
stroying iis victim, mentally aud physically,
soonor or later. '1 be disease is progressive, and,
if not checked, dUzinrss, loss ot uieinury, un
controllable procrastination in business, pains
in the back, rule ana knees, t llomsli drool
from the uioutu during sleep, and failure of all
physical energy scon follows. 'rom this stage
ts a series of short steps to an early grave, or the
confinement of a lunatic aeyluiu.
Many of these young men have responded to
advertisements of so-called Benevolent "Asso
ciations," or unscrupulous quacks in distant
cities, and after having been swindled of their
money by one and another, have abandoned
hope and pronounced themselves incurable.
, Dr. btoddard practices on the "no cure, no
pay" principle, and proposes to forfeit $1,01)0 and
all fees if he fails to cure any cue of seminal
weakness where his treatment and directions
are followed, lis uses no secret remedies none
but vegetable medicines, nnd bis peculiar treat
ment must receive tbe endorsement of all who
intelligently pursue it.
To Rforried Ladies.
There are Indies who, from dc'.icate constitu
tions, indigent circumstances, or an already nu
merous offspring, do not wish to become mothers.
To such is offered a safe and sure remedy against
conception. Success warranted in every case ;
f:uaranteed as containing no ingredients in the
east injurious to the feeblest temperament.
Lcucborrhae, -r Whites, positively and per
manently cured. Cases of long standing, how
ever aiTKravated, must yield to this remody.
Dr. Stoddard has also infallible monthly pills
for it-storing disordered or irregular periods of
menstruation, nent by mail, secure from ob
servation Pric. $. per box.
These are no patent medicines or other hum
bugs, but carefully prepared compounds, from
formulas in use by the most distinguished and
scientific physicians in this country, said which
have weeer 6-e adrerfwr' 6er
All medicines warranted to (rive satisfaction
or money refunded. Strictest aeeresy observed.
All letters promptly answered. Call on or ad
dress. DR. STODDARD.
512 Tenth Street (Up Stairs, Rooms Kos. 1 and
21, between Douglas and Far n bain. Omaha,
Neb. P. O. CWass Box 105. augiiyl
i. EDICAL DISPENSARY,
Corner Farnmam and 11th rtreets.
Entrance oa Thirteenth. Street,
A Permanent Institution,
Established exclusively for the treatmc nt of
In all their different stages. Cures warranted.
The physician in charge of this Institution has
had many years experience in escs of venereal
nature, and his practical koovladr' of every
vtn d torn conseonent oa or arising from badly
treated cases of venereal complaints, will be of
great benent to those calling upon mm lor con
sultation, and he would eauuon those having
secondary symptoms remaining; to be at once
properly cured before the constitution becomes
undermined, the health broken down, and the
intellectual and mental faculties destroyed. No
mercury used. New cases cured in six hours.
All cases of
Impotence, - SpeTmaterrlieea
cured by a nde nnd tfT'etual treatment. -Con
sultation tree, en a smelly ronnaentuu. trench
Safes, 91 ; thrc for 2jaO by maiL.
TO THE LADIES.
The Doctor would state that he devotes his
personal attention to all classes of Female Dis-
t t - 1 i 1 .1 1
eases, nis great 1 emaie eini?iy lor me oo
trucion of tbe menses can I e obtained by call
in at the office, or addressinr a letter to Dr.
Young, Lock Box 237. Omaha. Nebraska. enclos
ing the priceCSo.00. Ladies in & certain condi
tion should not take this medicine, as it will
surely produce miscarriage. Send for circular
to "Married Ladies Only, which contains rate
able information to every married lady. All
correspondence treated confidential and prompt
ly attended to on the reeeipt of a reasonable fee.
Office hours from ft a. as. to B p, ns. Snndaya
TBE C9AL 1IME BIB4B1'CB
Id rennsj lvania, has proved oho of ter
rible effect We can hear of the death
of two or three hundred persona who
died in an ordinary manner, without any
particular shock; but it caused a shudder
to pass over one when he thinka of near
ly two hundred raen being roasted alive
in a coal pit, hundreds of feet under
ground, and their friends above being
unable to render them the least assist
THE B. M. LANDS.
Mr. Geo. S. Harris, Land Commis
sioner of the B. Si M. 11. R. in Nebras
ka, accompanied by Mr J. M, Willis,
left the city this morning for the purpose
of making a preliminary survey ot the
lands of the B. fc M. R, R. between
this city and Ft. Kearney, with a view
to bringing them into market at an early
day. Mr. Harris is the Land Commis
sioner of the Hannibal & St. Joseph R.
R., and has done more to bring settlers
into north-west Missouri than all the
emigrant aid societies in the United
States. He has used probably ten tons
of white paper in advertising that region
of countrj'j and will do an equally exten
sive business in advertising Nebraska.
The Lands will be sold to actual settlers
at fair prices and on long time.
The Nebraska State Fair will be held
at Nebraska City, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday, September 28th
29th and 30th, and Oct lRt, 1859. Com
petition open to all the world.
The Nemaha County Agricultural
and' Mechanical Aociation holds its
Fourtoh Anualy Fair at Brownville, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, Septem
ber 21st, 22d, and 23, 1869. Competition
open to all the counties.
The Richaraton County Agricultural
Fair will be held in Salem, Neb., on the
15th, 16th, and 17th of September. i
Tht Johnxon Coutity Agricultural ami
Mechanical Association holds its First
Anual Fair at Tecumseh, on the lCth,17th
and 18th of October.
Tlia Cass County Acriculural and Me
chanical Association holds its First Annual
Fair in Flat tsmouth WHEN?
Among the other important officers t
be elected at the approaching election n
the 12th cf Oetober next we deaire t
call attention of every voter to that of
Road Supervisor in each Road District
Heretofore there has been a great lacl
of appreciation of the importance of thi
office to the welfare of the country, aiwi
ordinarily no nominations have ibeei
made, but every citizen voted for whoa
he pleased. Now we suggest that thesd
officers be selected at all the priniaiH
meetings, and that the selections fbe
made with a regard to the fitnessi of
things. If there is one clement of .suc
cess which is absolutely essential to the
growth aud prosperity of a community,
it is that of the efficiency of Roads and
Bridges. Without good roads every
man in the county suffers and we hold
that there is no officer whose importance
to his district is of such paramount ne
cessity, 11 the growth and uevelopeinent
of the country is sought as that of Road
Supervisor. We therefore hope that in
telligent, active, driving men, who will en
force the law and who know how to con
struct a road, may be elected in each Road
THE TEXT BOOK QUESTION.
The Nebraska City Xttct spouts and
splutters something about D. Butler,
T. P. Kennard and S. D. Beals, in con
nection with some very uncertain insin
uations of corruption in relation to tho
Text Books selected for use in the publio
schools in Nebraska, and we find that
damaging rumors are afloat on the same
subject. This is all wrong. If the Xcict
or anyone else, knoict of any corruptio3
or fraud in regard to this matter, let
them spit it out in an intelligible manner,
so that the people may know exactly
what it is, and if they are only dealing ii
some imaginary evil, then they should
be condemned by every honest man in
the country. Mr. Beals has designate!
a certain set of text books, and the Xtut
insinuates (the meanest thing any orto
can do) that money caused the selectic
to be made. Now, so far as the merit;
or dements or the jmoks are con
eerned it makes no difference if tl4
selection is good or bad, let then
rest upon their merits, and not upon th
means used to secure their introducti i
but it does make no difference to th
men charged by inuendo with thiscorrcr
tion, and nothing short of positive evi
dence that bribery had been indulged i
should be a sufficient guarantee for
jonrnalist to write as Morton has writt?t
Has he that positive evidence? If li J
has, then again is he to blame for d t
letting the people know what it i ,
that they may judge for thenisclvev -We
fear the object of the News and i s
co-workers in this matter is not to wr e
the interest of the people or of educaii' n
hut merely to make political capital
against the State officers. If ther? is
coruption in this matter, Republic as
will denounce' it and denounce the pn.i
ripants as promptly as will any pe; but
it is unfair, unjust and unmanly to a'6
men of bribery and oomiption in a ntat
ter of as great importance as this wi:K "it
giving the proofs. The people will re
quire it, and will denounce the men tho
give publicity to such t landerou re
ports unless the authority for thcrJ is
'WOOD ! AVE COAL.
The fellow named Woodhave,
bloviated about coal down here so Q uch
that he done the locality an injil by
causing people to suppose there ' no
indications, even, of coal, writes the
Omaha Herald: "If the person who
signs bim self "Miner" is better acq1 lint-
ET IE IE .A. ILj J3 o
ed in Plattsmouth Qr vicintity than I am,
I am a fool." We agree with Mr.
Woodhave exactly ; for the author of the
article signed "Miner" is as well ac
quainted about Plattsmouth as any man
in the city. "Out of theirown mouths,"
etc The truth is, there are indications
of coal here, and they are sufficiently en
couraging to cause a thorough prospect
ing to demonstrate whether or not there
is coal; but when Mr. Woodhave, or " J.
A. P.," or "any other man" pretends
to say, as they have said, that coal in
paying quantities has already Ixien found
here, they simply state an untruth,
which they know to be an untruth if
they know anything about it A small
Vein say eighteen inches in thickness
of .something that has an appearance of
boall, although in our opinion is nothing
bu'i slate shales, has been opened at the
poiipt of rocks below the city. We have
examined it, in company with responsi
ble parties, and have no hesitancy in
saying that, in our judgement, coal will
never be found in that vein. This is the
'ony vein that Mr. Woodhave or "J. A.
P.' either one of them ever saw at
Plattsmouth. We have specimens of
the article in the Herald office,and spe
cimens can also be seen at the Platte Val
ley House, with Mr. Thompson, who has
charge of the prosj)ecting operations,
and who is very sanguine of finding coal,
but not in that vein Mr. Tichnor, also,
appears sanguine of finding paying coal,
and we are informed by Mr. Thompson,
has left $500 to be used in prospecting.
Mr. Thompson further informs us that
the work of sinking a shaft will be com
menced immediately, and that it will be
put down until coal is found, or until they
arc satisfied it does not exist within 500
f jet We are, as we said before, willing to
givo honest seekers after coal all the en
couragement in our power, and trust they
may yet find coal in paying quantities ;
but when such outrageous stories as those
told by "J. A. P." and Mr. Woodhave
are circulated purely for speculative pur
poses, we will ever be found denouncing
them as they deserve. We shall visit
the work often,and report upon it exactly
as we think it deserves regardless of who
it pleases or displeases.
Bbw Btatlalai c the Fair.
Very soon our Agricultural and Hor
ticultural societies will be holding their
annual fairs, and it is the duty of every
man and woman to contribute something
towards their supports. If you can do
no more than become member of the
Association, it will be a step in the right
direction ; but, there are very few persons
living on a firm who do not have, a few
Tocl things that would aid in making up
a respectable exhibition. If you decide
not to 'carry anything to the show but
your dear self and fatuily, we beg of you
to leep quiet when you get there, and
not say, "If I had only known t hut
Brown's pumpkins and inoloii-i were 0
Himill, I would hive brought mine and
carried off those pmiums."
Now, we have heard just such remarks
hundreds of times at County and Stnte
fairs, and have wanted to reply: We do
not believe a word of it ; because it
sounds so much lik bragging with noth
ing to back it up. Just get ready this
month for the sdiows in September.
Never mind watching your neighbors,
but put your best colt in trim for the fair.
Ask the women folks to do their part with
the lutter and cheese, and whisper to
then, that this lot shall lie sold for their
exclusive benefit There is nothing like
thisjextra pay to wife and daughters
for an extra hundred dollars now and
then will go a long way toward keeping
smiks from becoming scarce within doors.
Of eourse the men folks must not ask
what becomes of the money, because, as
it is a gift, it is none of the men's busi
ness. We have tried this kind of strate
gy, and know that it is a good thing to do
as often as one , can afford it While
these things are going on within doors,
let the men folks apply liquid manure to
tie vegetables, and how them often and
thoroughly, and when the fair day arriv
es, go and take a load of the very best
produce of your farm. If you fail to carry
tome a premium, don't declare the judg
es dishonest fools, and fairs in genera
are humbugs. Suppose everybody should
win a premium, what would it be worth?
Besides, if a man has got a soul in him,
he will enjoy being beaten in a fair com
petition for excellence of produce, because
it will show that others have lieen at
work to elevate one will do his be,
there will be no failures this fall with
our County, town or State fairs. Sun.'
We print this week a list of text books
to be used in our common schools.
There are various rumors afloat account
ing for this selection. It was stated at
the State Teachers Convention last
month that a person in no way author
ized had declared in Chicago that the se
ries herewith published was the one de
cided upon, but no one then gave cred
ence to the reiKjrt which we now find to
be correct We hope the books are the
best in use, and if so, are heartily glad
that the matter is now settled. In Ne
maha county the variety of text books
have been as numerous as the schools,
and we might with some truth have said
as the scholars. If uniformity is now se
cured, we will not further trouble our
selves as "to who or what" induced the
selection. Adrer titer.
Very Like Whale.
The following dialogue is said to have
taken place m :he course ot a c:vini:y
examination at Cambridge Uuivtrsity,
Question What animal in Scripture
is recorded to have spoken ?
Answer The whale.
Q To whom did the whale speak?
A To Moses in the builiu?hes.
Q What did the whale say? .
A Thou art the man.
Q What did Moses reply ?
A Almost thou persuadest me to be
Q What was the effect on the whale?
A He rushed violently down a steep
place into the sea, and perished.
The B4lr t m Man I'snnd Literally
' Chopped to lMeeen nud
A Cloud of TfyMtery Enshrouds the
From the Omaha Republican.
Yesterday morning's Republican con
tainod the startling announcement that a
loxx containing the mutilated Lody of a
man, had been found the previous even
ing ia a creek south of the city. The
lateness of the hour at which the intelli
gence was pained prevented us giving
full particulars concerning the ttrribie
discovery, which are as follows :
About five o'clock on Thuisday even
ing a counle of fanners, named Fred
"Campbell and Edward Schlick. were en
gaged in hauling wood, and while cross
ing the creek, which empties into the
river at a point near the stone quarry-,
they discovered, in the bed of the creek,
some fifteen or twenty yards from the
river hank, a box partially imbedded in
the mud, the creek being almost dry.
The sight of the article fully aroused
their curiosity, and they immediately set
to work to dig it out, a task soon accom
plished. The box was pine, about thirteen inch
es deep, fourteen inches wide and three
and a half feet long, and bound at each
end with iron hoops. One of the top
boards being partially misplaced, they
found no trouble in ascertaining the con
tents, which to their horror proved to be
the remains of a man, literally chopped
to pieces. The head was severod from
the body and packed in one corner of
the box ; both legs had been chopped
from the body, and afterwards hackled off
at the knee and ankle joints ; the arms
had been taken off at the should. r, and
packed closely alongside the body, while
the other dissevered members had been
placed in position with a hellish ingenu
ity that makes the blood chill to think
upon. The head had also been sawed 1
and chopped across the front portion of
the skull and from the forehead toward
the back part of the head, the top of which
had been lifted off. On the chest was
placed a fine linen shirt supposed to be
of German manufacture. The fhh of
the face was entirely decomposed, thus
preventing a recognition of tlio features.
The lid of the box was directed in j-Wm !
black letters to "D. B. Sargent, Omaki,
Neb." Nothing else was found which
would in any way throw light upon the
The box is supposed to have b.'en
either bought or stolen from the store
of Mr. Sargent, on Thirteenth street, 1'cr
thepurpose for which it was used.
Trie coroners iury yesterday rendered
a verdict that the man came tD his death
at the hands of some person or persons
The body is supposed to be that of a
man agcd"alout twenty-four years, and
had probably been dead three or four
There are nianv conjectures rife
concerning the terrible affair,-but none
of sufficient probability to deserve any
In hope that it will not be long before
"murder will out," we give the sicken
ing details and leave the conjectures to
Fruit Adapted to brHhkn.
Mr. J. II. Masters, of Otoe county,
who has been engaged in nursery and
fruit growing for thirteen years past,
gives a list of fruit which he ha.si'oinid
hardy a:i 1 worthy of cultivation. He
says: "Below yqu will find those vari
eties of fruits which I consider worthy of
general cultivation :
Apples. Red June. Buffington's Early,
William's Favorite, Ihiehesse of Olden
berg, Faineuse, Milam, Gabriel, Early
Joe, New York Pippin, Wine.-ap. Ro
man Stem, Mother Apple, Willow Twig
and Canada Apple, perfectly hardy and
productive. Red Detroit, hardy but
slow in comine into bearing. Red As
trachan and Hawly, hardy but shy bear
ers. Early Harvest, moderattb hardy.
Cooper's Early White, moderately
hardy, very early bearer, and unsurpassed
for fruitfulnesa. Nebraskian, a seedling
of my own, very hardy and productive,
fruit large, quality good.
Vmr. Most all of those called hardy
do well bore, especially when dwarfed.
I have in cultivation the following vari
eties, many of them bearing, and ail
healthy and free from blight. Bartlt-tt
(a little tender as a standard), Brandy
wine, Kingscs-inir, Kirtland, Ott, Mad
cline, Osb-ind's Guinmer, Ty-on, Beurre
Gifford, Bloodgood, Belle, Lucrative.
Beurre d' Anjou Buffum. Puche.-v-e d'
Angouleme. Flemish Beauty, LouU
Bonne d" Jersev, Sechel, White Poyuno,
Beurre Piel, .Howell, Golden Beurre,
St. Michcal-Archange, Eastern Beurre,
Glout Morcau, Kiwrcnce, Steven s Gen
essee, Beurre Oswego.
Cherries. Early Richmond, hardy
and very productive. Other variotier,
Currants. Red and White Dutch and
White Grape, reliable and good.
Gooseterries. W h itesmith, large: -t
and best ; never has mildew with me.
Green Gage, good and productive.
Houghton's Seedling, the most produc
tive. linco. Early Golden, very hardy,
and tears when we have peaches.
Plums. All destroyed by the curcu
lio. Uroicnville AJoertixrr.
Louis Napoleon, finding on examina
tion of the facts in relation to smokers
and nonsmokers of tobacco in all th-
schools, physical health, intellectual
acquirements, and moral der.nrtmen:,
forbade by law its use in puolick institu
tions of education.
Mr. Wiggins bein? asked if hs like 1
codfish-balls, hesitatingly ' replied :
'"Well, reallv, I don't recollect ever
having attended one.
A bachelor, in commenting upon the
large amount which Queen Victoria
saves annually from her salarv, remarked
that there was a widow worth going for.
A couple announce their marriage and
add to the notice: "No cards, nor mon
ey to get them."
An unsuccessful lover was a-ked by
what means he lost his divinity. "A!a!"
cried he, 'I frittered her until ahe got
too proud to speak to me."
j lit. 1. II a, t :u . irri . ..vi...
I girl, is exciting ' con-id ral-le interest
anions: the musical crt;.-- mi tne Kn t:c.
Frank LesLe ha.- been oi.iiged by tho
New York Courts to pay an aiimony of
$50 to his wife indefinitely.
Tennyson has returned from Switzer
land utterly disgu-ted. Wherever he
went he waa mobbed bv tourists.
"Do you call this a trunk?" growled
a dejected porter. "It only needs a
lightning rod to be mistaken for a board
J ing hoiwe,"
NO. 2 1.
A lively and highly iuu -renting arrest
ing took plaec yc-terday at th? Cozjen's
Hotel, wherein a man named Mike Kelly,
a late contractor on the U. P. R. R.,
Mr. Boswell. Pcputy U. S. Marshal at
Laramie, Kelly's wife, and several other
goM figured roo-t eoii"pieuous!y. '
Kclley 'wa ancstc! in the latter part
of Au'ii.-t or the tir-t of Septeniber, 1S6S,
at Benton. W. T.. fr shooting a man
from MonMua. who-e name we have now
forget ron. In order to convince our read
er of tho ULitho'irieity of this report we
will si ate that the Wai editor vf the
Itepuh'r'in winic ,-d the murder; ai-o
that the man Keily had an ea;:.Unti n
before the present City Solicitor.. P.
IJartlett, then I'rovo-t J idre at B-jtitMi.
Mr. Jauie E. Boyd, of Onjah: w.j !.-:
in Benton at the time.
Kelly was h'-ld for trial ;id s hndcr
fmard to Fort Fred Sr. c'e. t-o inii -s bl
ow Benton, on tho North l'I ite rive",
and there routined in a ictst, and a guard
of two soldiers placed around the "'quar
ters." Afcer a day or two, the murderer
made his escaw. From the fact of his
having several thousand dollar in money
on his person, it was supposed that he
bribed the guard.
Ho was traced from point to point and
place to place by western detectives un
til one week atro, when he was arre-ted
at a town in Iowa. His money again
stod by as a friend, lie was taken from
jail on a writ of halteas corpus, and the
detective, Mr. Boswell. incarcerated in
his place. Kelly at oiuw came to ():nah 1
and put up at the Cozzen's Hotel.:
Mr. Boswell was released after a day's
confincme nt, and at once followed on the
traekot his man. The parties mot. at
Omaha on Wednesday l.i-t. The rulpvit
was accompanied by hi wife and family.
Mr. Bo.-well, with tlrir, instincjc only
possessed by off ;v.t! of loug prwctuv,
tiac'-c! i i- y:-- do-. V. and ::t 4 oMock
. in. '"ti' di'y "'-t- ..!.! asain at
tempted n ane.-t a.. Hotel. It was
not as easily accomplished as was at first
Kelly resisted and wa" back' ; ', in the
movement by his v.ifl- .h t -ized fho
Deputy United States Mar.-h'ii by t he
throat, ami tried to bold liiiti while her
husband escaped. Kelly was however
secured by out -ide parties. A ireneral
exciu mcnt was of couro manifested.
Mr. Kum-ey did -hat he. could to bring
tl.e T:!.'i'.t:i- about f r which he is deserv
ing of gieat Cie iit. Kelly was lodged in
jail, and 0.1 ye.-terdny. in company with
Fnitod officers, was brought out
and -tarted fjr Benton, where we hope
he will have rvopr justicj meted out to
TlieTrrHsiirc Box T.iUen Jmh rol
Mi r i SUs.ooo in ttolil.
A dispatch to Mr. Tl. T. li,.!e- :e
from Mr. Skidmore. 'r yr.i-i --- rf Wei!.-,
Fargo & Co.. tta'-'d u: v tieuc ; tu-i.; .
Sept. Ut, Is '!;:.-- -f 5 T n v-
berv by "n a ! r. -. ." :. .as;
night, of th i ' . 'J' v-
other things. '! tr.Msuio eotitJiiuin.
$18,001 tin gold oa- was taken, and the
passengers, seven in number, probably
relieved of whatever loose chanve they
had alrtmt their persons. The coach
that was waylaid left Helena on Sunday
morning Ia-t, h iving 0:1 board the follow
ing thro'igli passengers: Major W. J.
Cull -n, II. Lew. Lieut. J. B. Stafford,
J. T. William-.' A. M. King, B. W.
Hamlin and I. Weil. Some of these per
sons had ui.:i.-;y with thetn to a x oinider
able a iioimt, wliich they undoubtedly
lo-t. The report wa- prevalent in the
city this afternoon that four of the pas
sengers had been murdered, but no imel
ligeuco ha.- b-en received over the wires
of any one being hurt. Fin th- r particu
lar of the roblx-ry will likely come ti
hand to-mo;row in timo f v our evening
edition. Helena llrritld.
The consolidation of the Burlington
& Southwestern and "Nemaha Valley
Railroads L? a sure harbinger of immedi
ate prosperity for the citizens of South
- President Tracy, of the Burlington
Road, authorizes us to state that the
consolidation has been effected, and his
company will -hare the franchises of the
Acuiaha alley Itoatl, ana pusti totn
through without delay.
The Burlington Road will be construct
ed on a -trail: ht line from Burlington to
Rulo. where it will f rm a junction with
the Trunk Road, and then iu all proba
bility will proceed to Pawnee City, or
vcy near it.
Immediate action on tho part of our
Baihoad men will secure the State fran
chise and county donations, und there is
no d nilit but what the requisite, work
will if: done prior to the 1 Uhiof Februa
ry, l;-7!. to claim the State and county
aid. Rulo li'-aixtt r. j
Mark Twain thu ; :nou. t.-j ever An .:n's
grave: "The toai of A I -f- '. M'f
touching it was, here in a land of stran
gers, far away from home, arid friend-,
and all who cured for me, tims to di-cov , i
the grave of a blood relait-n. . v, a
distant one; but still a relation. 1 he uii
erring instinct of nr ture thrilled its re
ogniiion. The fountain of filial -;Tection
was stirreil to its profoumiot depths,
and L gave w;;y to tumultuous emotion.
I leaned upon a pi'lar and' lur-t into
tears. I deem .t iso - ha mo to have wept
over the grave d" my itoor d''ad relative.
Let him who would meer at my emotion,
eloe f hi-volume here, fr lie will find
little to hi- tat.? in my .'o-irifyings thro'
Hoiv L.nvl. X;.!-!v: old man he did rot
livo to see h- ciiill. An 1 I I alas,
I d.d n-t live to -ee h,ti. Weighe.1
down by sorrow m l Ji-appo'ntment, he
died before I wi-- i nm -ix thou-and
brief summers ljfre 1 wa-' Imrn. But
let us try to h'.ai-ir v i.h forritude. a
us trii-t th:! he i- i tier oT where he is.
Let u- take comfort it th' ibou;ht that
his loss is our etiTit! ciin. ' '
Tho father of 1 he 1
ingdou, who wa-- .
statchne..ts of his m:-r:: : . '-
ing through a villafi the vicnr.u 1
Oxford, met a lad drag .'in a calf along
the road. When his Jord.-bip asked the
boy if he knew him. he replied, "Yes."
"What is my nam.?" id his lord.-hip.
'Why, Abingdon." lvpliedthclad.
"Tb"a why d-,i l yon Use off you hat"?
u.c(-l will. S.r,' i cii l tho bov, "if ve'll
holdtk-j u'f." " '
J()iir-iil i f Chemistry
: ! wine is more dati
: "s ear-.-1 claret. It is
m-xtu: . 1 hoii.-ano.s 01
j yallMi.-- it 1 . fiiude by allowing water to
i soa'i tLru-igh h ivlng.:, and ad ling there
to a oei t un pi "portion o: I jgwoou and tar
taric aji-'l, arid a little alcohol, flood
judge-; can hardly discriminate between
this mixture and the genuine article."
flr.ioVv i f-ow'r.fT rii'-fi"1 in bis old
! ige. -Wl at he once termed 'a wicked,
i Iiam:-!t s-iie' h-.j rov calls 'c-jonoraizimr
I truth in th". rQO"t rnr-im-'i'V Tifirw.
! RATES OF ' ADVERTISING;
i One square fspate ten line)one insertion, S l.r0
! Lnctj subsequent instrtion. . '"'
Profcssionul cards not exceeding six lines, Vi.tK)
tiie-riartcr ooluina or less, per annum. 3o .t
t ' sib months, 20.iK)
three mouliis, 1".K)
no bnlf column twelve months. W-
six montr.?, .-.'
i V " tbrce months, 2i.i
One c !a jiu twrlrcn:"nth,9 'V0 !"?
! " six months. t-W
'. ' three months, ;
All traariioiit advertisements mst r dpal for
"Rock Creek mil holds its own' as re
gards the corn ' to the f-tilk. On tho
field of O. Hoagland can be seen one
stalk having cigbt ki and nine shoots.
Win can beat it ? Let ua hear gcntle
uie?." The above is an extract from a letter
first publihcd in a citv paper, and copied
in t:io Brownville Advertiser.
'Who can beat it?" We can. V r
have mora than one hundred acrys that,
will average threo stalky to the hill and
one car to each pt:ilk. So far as the
silks a id shoor.s are concerned wo care
but little. It is the large, plump, well
fille 1 ears of 'solid wn that we are after.
Thr t is what we labor for. It is that
whh l-rinj-s the greenbacks. We have
had :.n uni::i illy wet and growing season,
an i iriture has put forth some unusual
(I'lTts to accomplish unusual tbin js and
:n:omr t!i; e r n; doubtless tho silk and
sW N-r n the one. stalk alluded to alove,
a .d-o the Mvoud crop of grapes growing
upwn our vines ruid the bio coming in
Augu-t of one of our apple trtcs which
wa ;:. A' the time bearimr apples large as
an n-.ago orange. Instances of this
kind ma- properly IxiclasMjd with double
herdtd calves anil the like, which are far
moivi curious than profitable.
P. CM. mmmmmmmmmmm
Dr. Bellows was onco bothered for V
mrmient by a member of his congrega
tiotiofthe namo of Spear. One fim;
Sunday Spear and wife brought a littlo
Spear uf human grass to Ikj christened,
arid when the lr. asked, asiscutomar3
''What name?" the answer was,
"Shake." Puzzled at the oddity of tho
name, h.i afterward asked the parentis
for an explanation. S(ear replied.
"Why, d'n't you see, with Spear and
Shake it malces tho Christian name of
Shakespeare?" Of course I anybody
irould ?'.'e that.
''v friendf,' Kail a returned mission
ary at ft late anniversary ineeMng, let us
av 'lid :-varian bitterness. The inhabi
t.ctts of Hindostan, where I have been
la V , ;.Mg i'or many rears, have a proverb
that Though you latbe a dog's tVd in
oil, atcl 1 md it up in splints, you cannot
get the crook out of it. Now a man's
sectarian bias is simply the crook in the
dog's tail which cannot be eradicated;
and I bold that every man should bo al
lowed to wag bis own peculiarity in
The eldest son of Brigham Young is
in New Haven, Conn., trading for rail
road ears, to be used on the branch from
the l'aeitie Knilroad to Salt Lake City.
Before he had been in the Elm City two
hours had received a number of invita
tin.s to dine out, and several gentlemen
ii-ked him to "cum hum" with them,
ile is accompanied by bis favorite wife,
a young lady of very agreeable manners
ai:-i charming physique. She wears good
-tails, nv.iz v- in the latest styles.
The pi. v-iit irsue of fiMctioiiiil curren
cy :iusv being printed is the fourth series
since ISt)2. Of the tir.it, second and
third series, more than $20,000,000 is
no w out-standing, about JS.OiXJ.iiOI) of
which is of the first and second i-su-.
and it is estimated tli3t six or seven mil
lions of this amount will nevf r be pre
sented for redemption, hence there is an
actual deduction of that aruo mt from
the public debt, although the books of
Department do not show any such de
crease. Senator Tipton and family arrived
from the I'Aeiuo eoa it on last Saturday
morning. They have spent a very pleas
ant month in that laud of gold and on
the moTia'ain-. They spent wime time,
in t'ue .silver iuiues of Nevada, and have
received iu:y flatterin? notices from
th.- j a;..Ts on the Pacific slop. Tho
Senator is very mudi pleased with the;
gond condition of the great railroad
thoroughfare and see 110 room for coiu
5 !ainc. AJvertUr.
frir'l rJiuer-ton was onco appealed to
ou the subject of marriage with tho sis
ter of one s deceased wife, and, in reply,
with his well-known chuckle, h said:
"If a man who has marril nnw, and
had the -rood fortune to bury his wile,
is fool enough to marry aain, by all
means let him marry his deceased
wife's si.-ter, a, then, at any rate ho
will he aSicted with ono mother-in-law.
Sir.ND.W. If Sunday had not been
ob.-erved as a day of rest during the last
centuries, I have not the .smallest doubt
that we bhould have been at this mo
ment a poorer and less civilized peoplj
than we are. Lonl Macavhty.
There is no reHinon without wor-hip,
and no worship without the sabbath.
The more faithfully lie applied himself
to the duties of the Lord day, the
more happy and successful was bis bui
a -s durim; the week. Sir Matheio
A Cymric ion of morals Usually follows
the profanation of the Sabbath. Black'
The Sabbath, as a political institution,
is c f inestimable value, independently, of
its claim to divine authority. Adam
1 can truly declare, that to me the
Sabbath has been invaluable. William
Give the world one-half of the Sunday
and you will find that religion has no
strong bol l of the Hither. Pass the morn
ing at church, and the evening, accord
ing to your ta-t or rank, in the cricket -field
or the opera, and you will soon find
thoughts of the evening hazards and bets
intrude ti.eiusi Ives on the sermon, and
recollections of the popular melodies iu
te.rfere with tl.'j P.-lrus. Sir Walter
I fee! an if G vl had, by giving the
S .-' t'ii. . ivei; fifty two springj iu the
-jar. S. i ColeriJ'je.
A i.i.iday given to the so til, is the best
of all mean of rcfre-hment to tho mere
intellect. haac Tailor.
Where there is no Christian Sabbath,
there is no Christian morality: and with
out this free institutions cannot be t,n--tuined.
The religious character of an institu
tion t-o ancient, so sacred, no lawful, and
so n-'ce.-.-ary to the jM-ace, the comfort,
and the respectability of the Fociety,
ou ihttobe alone sufficient for its pro
tection; but, that failing, surely tbe law.-j
of the land, piade for its account, ought
to be a strictly enforced as the law.-, for
the protection of persons and property.
If tbeSnnday laws bo neglected or di.
piscd, the laws of person and property
will soon share their fate, and bo eunai-v
disregarded. Attorney General JJ.jt.s.
We are to account for the sanctifi na
tion of one dsy in seven a d-ity whic'a
God's irjnmt ib!e law doth exact forever.-
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