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DI1Y GOODS AND GUOCKKIiSS.
"PATENT M ED I CIN E
THE II E ti A L D
Contributions to thin Column are requested
from the practical farmers of the county.
Wc have just returned from a trip in
the County, and beg leave to rise and
explain that if Nebraska does not have
a good crop this year it will not be for
lack of rain. Call our State a dry State
no longer, we are pa.-t that; wc have
laid off our swaddling clothes and stand
forth as the banner State in foil, climate
and productions. We were going to
Bay atmosphere, but fearing eome folks
might misconstrue our tueaninge leave
it out, or rather you can play that ve
have said nothing about the atmnf here.
It moves rapidly here sometimes, but
we will conquer hat by and by. A
few more ch groves as we saw scatter
ed around on the farm?, and Nebraska
will not be chargeable with high winds
any mere justly than sho was chargca'
ble with being too dry a few years ago.
Take courage, then, ye of the Agri
cultural persuasion, don't get the blues,
and bcleive us that farming docs pay,
will pay, and is the safest, turest, noblest
way of earning a competence and enablc
in,a man to pass down the shady tide
of life unvexed aud unscathed by the
wounds and the fears of aa envious
Abstract of rbrnnkn Herd Ijiw,
Owners of stock shall be liable for all
damages done by stock upon cultivated
lands in the State.
The person whose property is so dam
aged has a lien upon the trespassing ani
mals, lor the full amount of damage and
costs, and may enforce the same by the
proper civil authority.
lie must notify the owners of said
trespassing animals of damages done and
animal claimed. The claimant must
name an arbitrator.
Within forty-eight hours after notice
has been duly served, if th& owner of
the trespassing stock refuses to pay
damages claimed, and des not appoint an
arbitrator to represent his interests, said
animal or animals may be sold upon exe
cution as required by law when said
amount in damages have been filed with
any Justice of the I'eace of the county
wherein said damages may have been
Arbitrators may be appointed in case
the parties cannot agree.
In case the award of the arbitrators is
not paid, it may be filed as a judgment.
Stock may be taken up estray in cases
where the owners are not known, and
held liable for all damages and costs.
Cultivated lands, according to this law,
include all forest, fruit trees, and hedge
rows planted on said land.
Stock not allowed to run at large, ex
cept in Dakota, and L'eau qui Court or
The lw may be suspended in any
county by the qualified voters of the
county, notice having been duly given
that at a regular or special election said
voters will have a chance to vote for sus
pension of the herd la"ft", or against the
puspension of the herl law. UuLa ma
jority of the qualified voters of the
county must petition the County Com
misMouers for such an act.
Nothing herein contained f-hall be so
construed as to prevent any owner of
cultivated lands, or fruit, or forest trees
from maintaining an action for all dama
ges caused by stock which has escaped
or been driven away from the premises ;
thus damages against the owner of the
stock causing such damages.
Ail acts and parts of acts inconsistent
and in conflict with this act shall be and
are hereby repealed.
This act to take effect and be in force
from and after April the first 1872.
While She Sleeps.
Tired of jcFt,
Kiweil to re?t.
Fled like a bird to its nest
'I o my breast
S ftly presced-
Loto 'S a get tie guest ;
Sleep and rest!
Love, ch;il 1 prow
All its dear charms to know.
Sleep i' the bud and grow
tleep aud prow,
-71'irper'i Magazine for Jun.
IMcU Itastceil Tell n Bad Story ou
The Montgomery correspondent of the
Cincinnati Comnicrcialhas the fallowing:
Dick Bucksteed is holding his annual
court here, trying whiskey-makers and
Ku-klux, more whisky than Ku Kiux,
however. It is rumored that he is for
Grant. The jude has no very fair name
down here, being classed with the Omnibus-
load of carpet-baggers, headed by
the cotton peddler Spencer, who are
preying upou the vitals of a stricken and
protrato State, so to speak.
The Judre te'Is'a -rood story on him
self, and it pretty well illustrates the
feeling here among a large class. An
alarm of fire was given at the Exchange
hotel, and the guests went out pell uiell,
carrying their baggage. One fellow got
out one trunk and wanted to leave it in
somebody's care till be went for another.
Busteed was sitting on the curbstone
guarding his own carpet-Lag. ' 'blis
ter," said the man with two trunks, ap
proaching Busteed, "will you watch this
until I go back and get another?"' "Do
you know who I am?" roared the judge.
"No; who are you?"' "I am Judge
Busteed, of the Federal court.'' "Oh,
Lord !" exclaimed the fellow, as he tug
ged ofT hi3 property, "I might just as
well let it burn up as leave it with you!"
Eizlit Full (irown HnflTalo Caught
A Barrett, the Rocky Mountain Horse
Tamer, who left here several days ago
on an expedition to catch live Buffalo
for the grand Niagara Buffalo Hunt
which is to take place at Niagara Falls on
the Fourth of July next, returned last
Wednesday, and he informs us that he
succeeded in capturing tight full grown
Buffalo alive, but that as the weather
was very warm, some of them died while
tied down. The field of oppcration was
sitaated about eighty miles South of
Fort Mcl'hersosi, aril the captures were
effected by lariating, a feat we believe
never before accomplished or underta
ken. ,It is expected that what Buffalo
there arc remaining alive will be shipped
fron North Platte next Monday.
Jack Omohuudro, who also participat
ed in the capture of these monsters, will
accompany Mr. Barrett to Niagara to
take part in the grand hunt. Jiulepen
In response to an advertisement of a
Beooktyn Church Music Committee, the
following was received, "Gentlemen, 1
noticed yonr advertisement for organist
and mu-'ic teacher, oither lady or gentle
man. Having been "both for several
years 1 offer you, my fcrviccs. Whac ! !
Tfce Gtfood Intent!
Groceries and Provissions.
m & HAiy ST
Where you can buy almost ever :hing
FrcsJi Fruit ,
At the lowest Prices for cash. II ghest
price paid for Country l'rodue
Butter, thickens, kc. Jkc.
Goods Delivered in the Citv
Free of Charge.
Weeping Vater Nebraska.
lioots. and Shoe?,
. . ,. Ilat.. and Crips,
Afrricultural Tmplimcnts of all kinds, AVeir or
"I X L Cultivators, Union Corn Planter
Grandctour and Princeton Plows. kc &o adint
tntum, all of which we oer to the public at the
owe.--t retail prices.
All ods Warranted
WOur constant aim will be to sell so low that
it will be to the positive advantage of every far
mer in the western and central portion of Cass
county to make this their headquarters for trad.
Weeping Water, Nebraska.
J AS. CSSISE o& CO
HORTON Si JENKS.
HATS, CAPS BOOTS.
SHOES. NOTIONS, it
We are Agents for
Wl!Jc9x &, GiM-3 Sewing Machine
And dealer in all kinds of
Furniture & Chairs.
mais street, (third door east of P O
5RepairiPK arid Varnishinir naatly none.
Funeral attended on the shortest notice.
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
OF ALL DE8CBIPTION3 AND AT ALL PEICES.
Ketalic Burial Cases.
Beady MaJc. an.J Sold Cheap for Cash.
With many thanks for rust patronage, Ii n
Ate all to call and examine my large stock o
niture and Coffins jan2St
FOR SALE BY THE
Burlington & Ko. R. R. R. Co.
On Ten Years' Credit at 6 per ct." Interest
No part of principal due for tw vearf. and
tbnce only one-ninth yearly till paid in full.
PK'JMJCT.S will pay for land and improve
ment within the limit of this jffnerons credit.
"Bfttcr termt wwe nerr offered, are not
now. nnd probably never will be.
CIRCULARS giving full particulars are sup
Apply to Geo. S. IIabis, Land Comm'r.
E. T- DUKE &, CO.
AT FOOT OF MA1JST STREET
Wholesale k Retail Deilcra in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves
IRON, STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, Ac.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
BUCKS r A TEXT,
L O YA L C O OK
And Other First-Cla"ss Cooking
Coal or Wood kept on haud.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DOR
Stiring and Breaking Plows
At Net Cose for Casli, '
The Undersigned has on hand and is
alias i ufkicttunng
All kinds of
At his Mills at the Ferry Landing at Tlattsmouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
... . William Edoerto.n.
The Two Most Successful
Popular and Perfect,
G O K I
OF THE PERIOD
Are Our Well . Kuown
I BROILERS !
Both are of the Simpct Construction, and
so r.usiiy managed mat we guarantee mem to
At no article in the household has a ereater in
fluence iu promoting the health, comfort and
happiness of th lam ily circle than the Cook
Move, it is economy os well as policy tc net the
very best; and in buying the Churter Oak. you
can rely on (retting the most successful, popular
ami pcriect cooking stove ever ma.ie.
In ur-injr in Epicure Uroilcr you are always
sure oi naring
Juicy, Tender and Delicious Beefistakes,
Chicken-5, Hams, -Chops, &c
EXCELSIOR rV.'FClT CO.
C12 & 614 N. Main Street,
St. Louis Mo.
LIVE STOVE DEALERS.
Wishes to announce to the people oi
tue Urreat west that the second
Which cornmcncd April ISth was enlarged to
lorty-eiKiit columns, witn tnat number
the cti.-impinn journalist introdu
ced a number of new and
intercsinir del art
the finest literary family paper
in the I'uited .States. His real lite and
comin sketches, as nlso the thrilling stories of
estern li!e m .ke tbat journal the most inter
est ir.jr anil lest adapted to western r-a.iers.
Terms, Cajb in advance. S-S. per annum. SI.
7-5 six month', CI three months, Send P.O.
order by mail to UENN DOKKEY,
arU.riiin St- Louis. Mo.
HAPPY, Relief for Younir Men, from the
effects of Errors and Abuses iu early life. iMau
hod restored. Nervous debility eured. Im
pediments to Marriage removed. New method
of treatment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, in sealed envel
opes. Address. HOWARD ASSOCITIOX. Xo
outh 'inth M hiUdelphi. Pa.
Oet-SXh. w 1 ye
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
L872, 1872; 1872.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too. are goinz to
D. SOHHASSE & CO,
To buy their
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
1ST E "W YORK STORE-
The test and most aomplete
STOOfC QF DRESS GOODS-
Are now ou exhibition at the New York Store, at frreatly reuueed prices. We call particular
attention to our new styles of
DKESS-GGODS, Pill NTS,
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YAt iS, BOOTS AND SHOE
of allTiinJs and prices to suit our numerous customers. -large stock of
ATS AND CAPS.
S, BLOOM & CO.,
5fe-y GENTS' V'"?
tF RWSH1.VG GOODS, ?
BOYS AjVD CIULDREJV'S CLOTlllJYG
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
ain Street. Second IoorEnst of the Court House
BRANCH HOUSE Lroadway.Couencil Bluffs Iowa.
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
viIt22ds on the
Securing the Greatest Pecuniary
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
1st. This is a Western Company, managed by
ter, anility and position, utioru ample (tuuranty
Id. It Polices are all iioii-f'oi-l'oitiiiif.
3d. Premium all !. It reeeives no notes
to pay, ana no out-nandtut; notes as liens upon tiieir policies,
4th. It has no restriction upon travel.
5th. ItsUividcnds are made upon the contribution plan,
tith. Iu business is excluseivly life insurance.
Are the acenmulation of interest upon premiums paid, hence the Company that loan? its i!ser
at the highest rate of interest can trive you the larjrest dividends. Eastern companies invest their
mom ui u iurceiii., wime im uniKea iu m cm.iuiiiw ui iweive percent, or more.
The advantage oi Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following startling
ugui co A uc auiuu ii bill fi.in.-., in, tatcu Jin uitj
6 per cent, compound
10 " "
.is obvious that this
II D Mackav-. President,
1 M Swan. Vice-PrO-ideiit.
Oeorge A Moore. Secretary,
J Jones, Ass't Secretary,
11 h Newman, Treasurer
lr J Lt Wever, .Vied. xJ"tor,
D Sh're. Leavenworth. Ivan.
II D Meckay, Leavenworth Kan.
1) M Swan.
XV O Coffin,
(ieo A Moore,
I W IVwers,
(ieo L Davis, St. Louis. Mo
J F Kichards.
11 R llammoud
H EdKertoU. "j "
1 .i.v i. arnev. "
S M trickier. Junction City
Chas llobinsun, Lawrance,
M R Morgan
Good Traveling Solicitors Wanted.
W. MATISHALL. Aeent.
R R LIVIXOSTON, ifed Fxamiae
OLOCM &, CO.,
Advantage to the Policy Holders
Western men, whose known finanancial charac
tor its carelul and succetlui management.
and irives none. Policy holders hare no interest
j cm? ill
interest, is 8 13,420 15
" " 4ti.9ol.Ct
" " UTLSo
" " sis.iits(l
eomnancial advantages and inducements to the
II A Calkins, General Agent,
XV K Harvey. Con. f ctuary,
T A llurd. Attorney.
II L Xwman Lea"aiorth
XV E Chemberlain.
T A llurd. :"
K B Allen,
C A ''erry. Weslon, Mo,
(t XV Veal, Topeka, Kansas.
J M Price Atchison, Kan.
XV R Stebbins, "
.1 sen: for IVebraskn and Xnrtlieru EianFS
J. Wiuil, Proprietor. K. H. McDnnio Co., Irugl;'.t. I
Asd1i San yranciico, Cftl., nd 34 Coouiicrc itrt, ti.t
MILLIONS Ilenr TeBtlmony to tbelf
Wonderful Curntivo Eflects.
They are not a vile Fancy Drink, Made of Poor
Ram, Whiskey, ProofJpirU nnd Itrfiino
Liquors doctored, sjlced and sweetened to please tha
taste, culled "Tonics,? "Appetizers," "Restorers, "itc.,
lhat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Kativo Itoots and llerbj
of California, rreo.-from nil Alcoholic Sllmu
lants. They are the Cilt EAT lll.OOl) l'l ltl
FIEIlmid A LIFE tJIVINCJ PKINCIPLE,
b perfect Renovator and lnvisorator of the System,
carry ing off nil poisonous matter and restoring thvblood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bit
ters according to directions and remain lonj; tin well,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and the vital orcans wasted
beyond the point of repair.
They arc n CJcutle I'urtrn ii ve n xrcl nst a
Touic, pos-sessiiiR, also, the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflamr
tnation of the Liver, and all the Visceral Orcans.
FOIt FEMALE COM I LA I NTS, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood orat
the turn of life, Uicso Tonic Eittcrs have no equal.
For Inflammatory aud Chronic Rheuma
tism nud Cant, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Itilioiis, ItciniUcut and Intermittent Fe
vers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid
neys auil Itladiler, these Hitters have been most
successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Itleod, which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Orgnus.
DYSPEPSIA Oil. INDIGESTION, Dead
tcbe. Pain iu the Shoulders, Conhs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour rtictations of the Stomach,
Cad Taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation oi
Ihe Heart, Inflammation of the Luuffs, Pain In the ra
tions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the oflsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate tho torpid
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and im
parting new life and vicor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles. Uine-Wonns. Scald Head. Sore Kyea ,' Erysipe
las, Itch. Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin. Buniors aud
Diseases of tho Skiu. of whatvr name or nature, are
literallv dug up and carried out of the system in a short
time by the useol these Bitters. One bottle in such
rases will convince the most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood whenever you find Its Im
parities bursting through the skin la Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
nd sluggish iu tho veins; cleanso it when it is foul,
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep tho blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Pin, Tnpe, and other Worms, lurking In the
system of so many thousind.i, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a distinsiiished physiolocist,
there is scarcely an indiridual upon the face of th
earth whose body is exenpt from the presence dT
worms. It is not upon t.e lieahTiy elements of the
body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors
and slimy deposits that breed these living niousters of
disease. No System of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
anthelmintics will free the system from worms like
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. McDON'ALD A- CO.,
Drugeistsand flen. A2nfs. San FraDciseo. California,
ana it ana 34 Commerce Mreet, JNcw 1 one
!3"SOLD BY ALL DULUC.IST3 A.ND DEALERS,
S. T. 1860-X.
This wonJeiful vegetable restorative
is the sheet-anchor of the feeble and de
bilitated. As a tonic and cordial ibr the
agod and languid it has r.o equal amon?
stouiacdiics. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to vhieh women are es
pecially subject, it is superseding every
other stimulant. In all climates, tropi
cal, tcinperatii or frigid, it acts as a
specific in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength
and breaks down the animal tpirits.
Dec. 20. diw lyr.
HAGAN'S MAGNOOIA BALM gives to tho Com
plexion the Freshness of Youth.
II AG an g magnolia Halm overcomes tho
flushed ippearance caused by heat, fatiguo and
excitement. It makes the lady of forty appear
but twenty, and so natural aud pcrfeet that no
perron can detect its application, liy its use
the roughest fkin is niRde to rival the pure
radiant texture of youthful beauty. It removes
redness, blotches, and pimples. It contains
nothing that will icjure the skin the least.
Magnolia Balm is used by all fashionable
ladies in New York, London and Paris. It
costs only 75 cents per Bottle, aud is suid by all
Drupgist? aud Perfumers.
Dec, 20. di w lyr e 3d w.
FOIt 31 4 X AXY BEAST.
Probably few articles have ever had f-o
extensive a Sale, while none have been
more universally beneficial than the cele
brated MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. Children, Adults, Horses, ant
Dotne.-tic Animals, are always liable to
accident, and it is safe to eay, that no
family can pass a single reason without
some kind of an cuioliieut being neces-
sary. It becomes a matter ol linpor
tance then to secure the best.
T . t
Over thrae hunlre 1 livery stables in the city
of New York alone arc using the Mexican Mus
tang Liniment, in all of which it gives unusual
. . i !.-. ine jrenuine if wranre.l in a
fine ,vr' flute enirray ins irith (r. It. -
brook, t'k mi l " Vnm Mark. M LXiCA -V
MI STA.MJ L . IM tiA T, engraved across
the face of each wrapper. The whole bars the
proprietors private Ln'teu r-t.fes Kevfriue
Stamp, and not a common i-taiup as used by
iiYOX JiANCFACTl'RIf: Co .
.-3 Park Place, N. Y.
Jan. 9th. diw lw every 3rdw
Lo.k to Your Children.
The Great Soothing ltetuedy.
MRS. ' Curest colic and griping in! Pric
Whitcomb's the bowels, and facilitates, 2
Syrup. the process of teelhmp. ;Cents.
MRS. i subdues convulsions and. Price
Whitcomb's overcomes all diseases inci-! -
Syrup. dent to in fin ts aud children.; Cent,
MKs. I Cares Diarrlxra. Dysente-i Price
""'hitcomb's ry and suinuitfrcomplaiut
Syrup. Ichildien ot all ages. jCent.
It i? the grent Infants' and Children "snSooth
inir Reined".-, in all disorders brought on bv
teething or any other cause.
Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Co., ISt.
Sold by druggists ani dealers in Mo
NEBR A SKA!
ifa r ar 79i
One Year - -Six
Mo nth a - -
- $i (10
IN T II K
t3L.If you want your Business Known'i
For the HERALD is read by Farmers. Mer
chants, Mechanics, Contract ors. Mock
Lloulers, Railroad Men. Business
Co n.i u wen and Everybody,
m anil gjoli
Is the place to get your
dTo"b Ut7ozIs Bene
Vjrlnv.K recently made large additions to
our already extensive stock ot types
rule.-1, bordersand othTinaterial
We are now prepared to
do all kinds of
THE BEST GIANNI R AND
At Reasonable Rates.
Wit ACEPEtPiklDIO PRINT
&c. S:c. &.c,
Give Us a Call. Satisfaction
C17 St. Charles Street.
ronfffr located in St Louisthan any Chron
j io i'hysiciat.. successfully treats Simple
iml Gt implicated enereal jjiisise as to briny
pattern lrotu every Mate. Jlis hospral op
prtumtiex, a Iile nrue eir erienre. ith i.nr-
cases given up by others, no matter who (nil I
fed : teil yoi r private troubles. Onoultnri,i.l
free, send two siainpx fcr me lical e-i-uyg.t
; ; JUMiuipn, Iomakuoi), sent
man. io cents men. dohi tor .cts, 1Y) p;ijres
All that the curious, doubtlul or iri'ini-in v
wi.-h to know all a'out .elf-pollution 1'rcve
tioii. Marriage. Kyery youni? man and w
niitn oueh t t- read it as a warn insr 'the n
vovs d--hi! itated o.- partially impotent
ciinti'"caily advised. decd.v
T ANTED. AffnXTS-IO to 20 per
ll nioriD.-1 evcrywnere: .uate ana rtrnnio
X.n introduce the ireiiu.iie improved M K KSH , I.
Jsh-Wi.NU jUAJillt. this machine will
t 't h. hem. fell, luck, bind, braid, cord, quiit.
jir.il eintrijer in a mo.-t Eiiperior manner.
l'rico.oiily Jl ", luily licensed ami warranted for
five vtars. We will tav SliWU lor anv macm ...
hiKh price or low, that will sew a stronger, more
be.iutuul or more elastic seam than our. Jt
makes the Llnitic Lh-iit li. r.verv secoml
stitch can be cut. and still the cloth can not be
pulled apart without tearing it. Vie nav afrentx
taw to sj.sj per mootn, and expense, or a com
mission Iroin wnich twice that amount can be
lade, r or particulars and terms, apply to or
S. MARSHALL & CO.
.No. l'-J Nh'shu Street.
CAUTION. Do not be iuuxst-d ucon l.v
other parries travclinir through tho counfrv
hIuiiiii.' off worthlesn cutt-iron machines nmii..
the sa:ue name or otherwise. OmgiHthn i
Kenuineaud really cheap machine manufac
Common Sense. .
A t moTuI Article.
Ammonia, or, as it a generally called,
sj-irits of'hartfuoro, is a powcif'ul alkali,
and dissolves grease and dirt with great
ease. It has lately Leen recommended
very highly for tiome.Mic purposes. For
washing paint, put a tablespoon f'ul in a
quart of luoderatly hot water, dip in a
llannel cloth and then wipe off tho
woodwork ; no scrubbing will be necess
ary. lir taking grensyp'ot from any
fabrii! use the auimonia nearly pure,
then lay white blotting pipsr over tha
"spot and iron it lightly.
In washing lice, put about twclvo
drops in a pint of warm suds. To clean
silver, mix two lea.-poodfuls of ammonia
in a quart of hot hud-t. Put iu your
silverware and wash, usitiir an old nail
brush for tho purpo.'c. Tor cleaning
hair. bru-hes, ect., simply shake tho
brush up and down in u mixture of one
tahlespoonful of ammonia to one,piiit of
warm water ; when they are clean-ed,
reuse tliem in cold water; and i-tand
them in the wind or in a hot place to
dry. For wa-hing finger-marks from
looking glasses or windows, put a few
drops of ammonia on a moist rag arid
make, quick work of it.
If. you wish your houc plants to flour
ish put a few drop of the spirits in
every pint of water used in wateiim:.
A tea.-poonful will add mu h to tho re
freshing effects of the bath. Nothing is
better than ammonia water for cleansing
the hair. Iu cury case rinse olFtbe
ammonia with clear water ; to which we
would add that, for rcinoviuj.' prase .-poty,
a mixture of equal parts of ammonia and
alcohol alone, and for taking out the red
stains produced by the strotig acids in
blue and black clothes, there is nothing
better than cmmoiiia. U'tshrn World.
fail Mr It lira
Has recently ai!ed for Europe, where he
proposes to inaugurate a Stirling cam
paign for Horace (.Jreeley We fear It is
efforts will not meet with the success an
ticipated by Horace G., particularly win n
it is recollected the Government organs
of Prussia look with distrust on his re
cent attempts to bring about a compli
cation between this country and that by
attempting, unmasked, to manage tho
affairs uf Prussia. Bismarck and his
as.-oeiates consider themselves fully able
to manage their own national affairs
without the persistent interference of
Carl .Sehuiz, whose record as a revolu
tionary adventurer, is better known than
here. Wc have no words at command,
to express our disapproval of Kchurz's
course, by attempting to build up his
own political fortunes, by turning his
whole energies to plunge us into war
with a friendly power.
hope the Cincinnati abortion,
coupled with the sound advice ho is ccr
tainly receiving from the German press
ol the old country, will have a salutary
effect on the di-appointed Senator.
Train calls (Jreeley "The Chameleon
sage of Chnpi.j'ia'-and thus lets out on
his vagaries :
THE CIIA.Ml-XEoN SAOE OF CHAPAQt'A.
See him change his coat of many col
ors. Jlc.-hni from Tribune. Why'
llecause afiaiJ to sfieak. lectures at
Pnu.uhkcepsiti and is silent. Why?
Hecuiso he dure not trust his garru
lous old tongue. (Laughter. Imagine
arry patty, caucus, convention, enslaving
my min i if you can? (Applause.)
The people want manhood, and when
(Jreeley now skulks like a dog from
great public questions he makes himself
a coward for public questions he makes
himself a coward for public oilice. (Ap
plause.) ''Unstable as water thou shalt not ex
cel," was the remark that old fossil Ja
cob ma le to Keuben. Laughter.
A LONi; l'.YKKWELL TO ALL Till" GREAT
NESS. Good bye, Horace. I told you so.
They have tripped you out of the Trib
une. Farewell to pastoral ease, to rural calm,
Chappa'iua's frugal glebe and frafrrant airs
Farewell to hooded cabbapo, winter rcar'd,
The early radish and the vernal beet.
Did he not advocate secession ? Ih'd
he not egg tho South on to destruction ?
Such its Farm When the poet Bry
ant was in Mexico, he met a. American
lady, and after the introduction she said
to a friend, 'Everybody in New York
knows Mr. Bryant, and they" all go to
hear his minstrels sing."
A young friend who evidently has not
been rai. ed in a printing office inquired
of the compositor "if it was not very te
dious separating the typo when he took
it down to make another priut on a new
The Western reporters continue to
make a sad mess of it when they attempt
"society" writing. "This is the way one
of them, after reading lltrpe.r Bnzivir,
described a fashionable wedding in In
"The bride's dress was a white mega
therium fcilk, trimmed w ith prussic acid
blue : pompaded front and lambreouins
of the same, looped up with calla lilies,
necked ty tun?atcd notssiate and imel-
laced triviere, imported expressly for her.
Her veil was a biased palonaise, trimmed
with double fluted ruchings, surmounted
with a wreath of snowy trichinalis.
Some of the presents were a set of
teeth and oyster freezer, from the bride's
mother; a cold lined hash-receiver, and
a set of chaste and elezant terra cotta
jewelry from the groom; a quilt pieced
by tue uonor when eleven years of qge ;
and a package of cabbage need from tho
bride s grandmother, atreJ ninety, who
can read fine print without glasses, and
who cracked all the nuts ot the banouet
with her own teeth. American Jour-
no I int.
NEW GOODS! New Styles I !
i in receipt or tne tines nnd bet assortment
ot Ca-simercs, Clothe." Vesting rfc. rer
'trr.ii.-lit tc. the filv n-lii.l T mill ... .. l. -
lnt-st styles. Please cmU nnd examine.
i'latts.iioutb, April IS l.'J. yc?,ia
PI, 1TTSMOUTII ftl ILLS.
C. HEISKfj, Propr:cto".Harint recentlvben
repa.rod aod placed in thorough running ord
1)0. Ml Ii ll she a r.f U ho . . 1 : j:
or which the highest market price will be pa
Our Greenwood Letter.
Tl. Unu..i I. l.A rc..J l .r..
ni.-hed nkw throuKb"ut. Kverythinx in new
and cien. ar.'i comfortablu accomadation wur-
runtA:! 1 1 1 i . i i i -. f !r ' It . . V . i
....... ..... ... .... iuQii!., luruirr
clerk ot tl is Iiotfe. is rtill with it. .Stage of
fice for all part of the S nte. f ree Bum.
It. if . u t.ii". ir,ir,T ....
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