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rXATTSAlOTJTII. JAIST. 23, 1877.
CUR CLCB LIST FOtt 1S77.
Ti present our readers this week with a club
list or papers which can be taken with the
HraALD. In this way you cn get two papers
or nwgnzlnes for little more than the price of
We would also like new e thscrihcrs to the
Unr.kii, and all who propose taking it for an
other yeaj to cotue forward dot. The first of
the year Is a good tune to commence satscnji
rioni to all papers, and we only get these club
rues about the first of the year.
Ta O.Hald and Harper's lazar. Weekly
or I7agazlue,. 9 4.80
and Inter-Ocean, weekly....
" Tost &. Mail, Weekly.. . .
" " daily
Trairie Farmer c. . . .
" llearth & Home
Scribner Monthly .......
" Dcinorest's Monthly Mag.
" Scientific Americaa
" New York Suu
' Neb. Farmer, (monthly)
Btooaiingtou wants the next State
Geo. -F. Hoar was elected Senator
from Mass., on the 5th ballot, over Bout
Mr. Terkius is goins to Lincoln t
notify personally about that letter
Col. Jieteware lost his hat while the
beya were rejoicing over Gov. Saunder's
election. lie has charged it up to Bur
ton G. VT., along with his hatchet.
We should like to know how much
of that appropriation for improvement
of levees, Plattsmouth is goinz to have
provided the thing passes, llow is
it. Senator Taddock.
ITr. Collins, the engineer of the
bridge tht fell at Ashtabula, comrnit
tsd suicide; not being able to bear the
censure the press and people were, as
he thought, throwing upon him.
Ti:e telegraph reports that the Judi
ciary committee at Washington have
reported favorably on the Fro Rata
Bill, but whether with amendments or
simply as Mr. Crounse presented it, is
Hoss Irving one day ran .main
A very poor Jivil called Flanagan.
On Flanagan's part,
He w anted a start, orders.
And the boss let him copy in "short horn." his
Of the boss's fine words he made very queer
And be would get his hands in very queer cracks
Till at last it was Flanagan
'instead of Doss I. that ran again, borders.
Aduu') cunning hitch and he's over the
The Nebraska State Horticultural
Society at its last meeting in the Com
mercial Hotel, Lincoln, elected the fol
President Hon. It. W. Furnas.
1st Vice President E. X. Grinnell.
2d - 44 . C. Mathewson.
Secretary D. II. "Wheeler.
Treasurer John Evans.
If the bill for a geological survey
should pass we hope that a thorough
examination will be made for coal on
t:ie lands of Jos. Shera, at ltock Bluffs,
as Mr. Shera has spent over $2,003 of
his own money in the attempt to settle
th? fact whether there is coal on the
4ibSouri or not, and it would seem but
fair that he should receive some recota
f.iise. The best and cheapest plan yet tried
to induce immigration is to allow a
Siiiall fund to be distributed among the
newspapers of the Svate, to allow them
funds to mail papers and answer ques
tions. We do not say this becauso we
happen to edit a newspaper just now,
i:ut because it is the fact. It has been
triad in other States, and we know it
has done good here.
The bill about Halls is of no use un
less it provides for more than one exit,
T-s well as that all doors shall open out
side. We know of plenty of halls with
it id?, good staircases and doors open
ing outside that are yet unsafe because
there is but one mode of egress, and
should a fire from below destroy that
cue etnirway suddenly, as might often
happen, -there would be no earthly
mode of escape for the poor inmates.
Jt is not true, as charged, that Ne
braska did not make a decent showing
ui the Ceiitennial. hc did better
than, many elder Slates. We have ex
plained before how the first imprcs
sio:n were made that tlrt went abroad.
Nebraska wa3 late in getting anything
there. We touk action late. The first
chcioe of managers was not happy,
but before tho Centennial closed and
doling the time of the greatest num
ber of visitors we had a very fair and
i: ritoriou3 display of grains, fruits,
giruses and other productions.
A bill bas been introduced to carry
ut the provision.? of the Constitution
in regard to the selection of a United
Slates Senator by the people. We hope
every member from Cass will help
urgo the passage of this bill and every
other person over whom the opinion
of this paper may have any influence
speak a oort word for its passage. As
.;i:l elpvhera v? never want to s ;-:
-ther election of Senator by the
ir.ore will of tho Legislature. We
; uld . think members themselves
v.ijwltl desire to be relieved of the bul'-
i.-si'jg ar.-l the bird feelings engender-
! d iri'ig such a bout, to say nothing
c-Mhc loss of lime, expense, and of tea
jrp-:tution. Let the people pYmt out
tl.-ar!y who they wan", and the Legis
l.ttt re. will h:ivo their duty before
th'-rn. It will not be lorg after the
Presidential" mat'er is settled before
fVrlgress vjii place a bona ride amend
ment to the Constitution of the U. S.
before the people, to be ratified, em
bodying this principle and we think
that two-thirds of the States would
ratify it i-T,-1-!.'
COLLECTION LA ITS.
Our collection laws need attending
to, and we hope they will be so amend
ed that money can be loaned with safe
ty in this State and at reasonable rates
of inteiest. We are satisfied that bet
ter collection laws would help us great
ly and prevent sharps from loaning
money to poor farmers at exorbitant
THE ILLINOIS SENATORIAL
After the "ith ballot Gen. Logan
peremptorily declined to permit the
further U3e of his name. The Hon.
Charles B. Lawrence was unanimously
nominated by the Republican caucus
for U. S. Senator and still they ballot
We have received the first copy of
the Educational Weekly, published in
Chicago. It is a consolidation of edu
cational papers of Wisconsin, Michi
gan, Illinois, Nebraska, Kentucky and
Indiana, comprising seven, one of
which is the Ntbraslia Teacher, form
erly published at Beatrice, Prof. C. P.
Palmer, editor. Each publication has
a portion assigned to it, which it is to
fill, and altogether they make a most ex
cellent periodical. Prof. Palmer still
edits the Nebraska portion. We rec
ommend it to those of our readers de
siring a paper of that kind.
As our dispatches showed last week,
Gov. Alvin Saunders was elected U. S.
Senator from Nebraska, to serve six
years from the 4th of next Marojj, and
we believe the people are better satis
fied than they have been in some time
with the selection. While the Herald
felt, personally, very friendly to Mr.
Hitchcock, and has always deprecated
the abuse heaped upon his head, believ
it unjust and unmerited in great mea
sure, yet we feel satisfied that the
breach had grown so wide between the
two wings of the party, that the re
election of our present Senator would
have burst the party up and turned the
State over to the Democrats or Inde
pendents. Gov. Saunders, by his known
character, the belief that he will act
fairly towards both great railroads and
the people, giving each their due, and
the fact that he has the confidence of
all parties can do much, in fact all, to
ward healing the wounds of party
strife. We shall also have a united
and strong working delegation in Con
gress. Gov. Saunders has been in public life
more or less for many yeare. He wa3
a member of the Constitutional Con
vention of Iowa, that formed the Con
stitution under which Iowa became a
State, he was also a member of the Iijwa
Legislature, and in 'CI was appointed
by President Lincoln, Territorial Gov
ernor of Nebraska, which position he
held until we became a State. His
years, his experience in public affairs,
and his standing with our paoplemake
his selection as Senator one of the most
suitable that could have been made.
For once we have a Senator elected
by a United Republican vote. Gov.
Saunders received the entire Republi
can vote of the Legislature, 83; and
more wondrous still, we beheld the
spectacle of 23 democrats voting solid
for an upright democrat, Jadge Savage.
We have faith in everything once more.
We fear not the hopper. We care not
for hard times, poverty cannot over
whelm us. Nebraska is free, pure,
wholesome once more. No charge of
corruption, no stain of bribery, no
chance for a sell out in this election.
What will some newspapers do now
for news and Hying?
The legislature met again on Tues
day after a short adjournment. Hav
ing disposed of the Senator business
they can now turn their attention to
law-making. They have biil3 enough
to consider, it would seem.
At a meeting of the citizeusat Eight
Mile Grove Post Office, Cass County,
Nebraska, Jan. 10th, 1S77, A. L. Root
was chosen chairman, C. II. King, sec.
After considerable discussion it was
voted that the following petition should
be circulated for signatures and for
warded to our members in tho State
Senate and Honso of Representatives,
To the Senate and House of liepreseiir
We the undersigned citizens of Cass
County, Nebraska, would ask your
Honorable Body to use your influence
to get the following subjects incorpo
rated into the laws of ow State, towit:
To repeal the law giving the Com
mon School Fund to the State Univer
sity and Normal School.
To abolish the office of County School
To establish ;ovu organization.
To extend the time of the payment
of moneys due on school laud, a;id re
duce the interest to 7 per cent.
To regulate tolU of grist mills.
To reduce and regulate fares on Rail
roads. To allow any citizen one dog exempt
To extend the present Herd Law for
To make all County olficc3 salaried
C. II. Kixg, Svo'y.
A. L. Root, Pres.
SENATOi' ; lll7lMCKsr BILL.
A Bill to authorize the removal of ob
structions in the channel of the Mis
souri River, and to repair and pro
tect the levi-es at Omaha, Plaits
mouth, and Jirownvilie, Nebraska,
and Sioux City ami Council JUliili's,
Be it enacted ly the Senate and House
f Rtprexentatiet&of the United States
of America in Congrats Assembled:
That the Secretary of War be, and
he hereby is, authorized to spend the
sum of seventy-five thousand dollars
in removing sand-bars and other ob
struction to commerce in the channel '
of the Missouri River between U'-own- j
ville, Nebraska, and Sioux City, Iowa,
and fifty thousand dollars to prepare
and protect the levees at Omaha, t'hitts
mouth, and Brownville, Nebraska, and
Sioux City and Couucil UlalL;, Iowa;
and the Bum of one hundred and twenty-fire
thousand dollars is hereby ap
propriated foruch purposes.
Sleighing is nearly over.
The bill providing for a new man
ner of counting the electoral vote, a
synopsis of which we give elsewhere, is
creating great excitement all over the
country. Senators Sherman and Mor
ton have both made strong speeches
against its adoption. It is looked up
on with suspicion by many of the lead
ing Republican papers, and is almost
universally dubbed "a compromise."
The best thinkers deem it unconstitu
tional. . It seems to us that there is but one
plain duty for the government and the
people, and that li for the President of
the Senate to announce the vote as he
counts it, and declare one party or the
other elected. Whichever man is de
feated should have and undoubtedly
has a remedy in the Supreme Court,
and there it should be tried. They have
a right to pronounce and define what
is law, and see tt at the true meaning
and intent of the constitution is car
ried out, but not to improvise laws for
a special occasion. It will depend
largely on public sentiment whether
the bill passes cr not.
Fred Nye is chosen poet of the Edi
torial Assosiation because some one
suggested "we had none nigher."
As a punist.Bir Herald, you are "nigh
er" a failure than any one in the State.
Now don't de-Nve the soft impeach
ment, or we'll Zf U 1 N the I and
make U C
Put another "N" in your punning
and then well talk back at you, Nye
as much as you want.
ANTHRACITE COAL COMPANY
OF BUFFALO, N. Y.
We received from Mr. Geo. Dakin, of
Buffalo, the other day, an account of
the Anthracite Coal Company of that
place. As our people are beginning to
use a great deal of hard coal, perhaps
a few statements of the trade would
not be amiss.
About eighteen years ago the Dela
ware. Lackawana & Western Railroad
Company, J. Langdon, and the Pittson
& Eimira Coal Company united in
forming the Anthracite Coal Associa
tion, and appointed Mr. Geo. Dakin as
their repress ntative.
Eighteen years ago the shipments of
anthracite coal to the association's rep
resentative here aggregated about ten
thousand tons. Perhaps one-half of
that amount was sent to Chicago.
There was no established anthracite
coal trade in that city at that time, and
and the Association b?gan its business
there by sending canvassers from house
to house and store to store, seeking
The central office of the Association
is at No. 221 Main street. At the foot
of Genesee street there is another office
and yard, and on Exchange street, be
yond the Erie Railway, is the most ex
tensive as well as most complete and
expensive coal yard in the country. It
includes an entire block, and, with the
improvements, has cost the Associa
tion about seventy-live" thousand dol
lars. At the Erie Basin the " Associa
tion owns extensive decks, and'at the
foot of Genesee street it has created
for itself dock facilities at an outlay
of a quarter of a million of dollars.
At the foot of Ohio street are other
large docks, the building of which was
a great expense, calling for the invest
ment of not less than three hundred
thousand dollars, and from these sim
ple statements of fact the people may
form something of an idea of tho re
sources of the Anthracite Coal Asso
ciation, and of the immense Minn of
money it has invested in Buffalo.
In Chicago Mr. Robert Law is the
agent, and lie ships to points as far
west as the Rocky Mountains.
Mr. Dakin has remained connected
with the association ever since i.s for
mation, and now lias charge of the re
tail and shipping bu3ines3 in Buifalo.
THE PRESIDENTIAL C3UNT.
The Joint Committee, "on counting
the electoral votes has at hiit reported,
throwing all unnecessary verbiage
asid?, the reported bill proposes this;
On the 1st Thursday in February the
Senate and House ef Representatives
shall rnet and the President of the
Senate shall be the presiding officer.
Two tellers from each house shall be
appointed to whom the President of
the Senate shall hand all certificates as
oponad, taking the states in alphabeti
cal order. The tellers shall read the
votes of each state, and the President
of Senate announce said vote, asking
for objections if any are to be made,
and said objections must be in writing.
At tho close all objections and papers
are subjected' to an affirmative vote of
bcth houses, and if they do noj; acree,
a tribunal to decide what shall be
counted and what not shall be appoint
ed as follows:
Five members from the House elect
ed by a majority; five from the Senate;
four Justices of the Supreme Court
from the 1st, 3d. 8th and !)th districts,
who shall then by ballot elect a fifth
Justice, and to this commission all pa
pers and documents shall be sabmitWl,
and by their cleoiston Congress and tho
Nation shall abide.
Minute provisions about the time,
manner, nature axd limit of debates,
&c, are included, but ths above is lhe
substance of the proposed bill.
It meets with approval and disap
proval from tho press, about equally
divided. Senator Morton would not
sign t lie report, and Congress is very
much divided on the question of the
propriety of its passage.
FRO 31 G LEX f IE.
We are surrounded with snow piles.
Shoveling roads has oeen in order for
the but few days. Although coM and
stormy it does not stop the increase of
the neighborhood. Saturday Mrs. Liv
ingston presented Mr. L. with a voting
daughter. Mr. Livingston thinks ii's
no use being scared by grasshoppers.
Tin; young folks have smarted a Litera
ry Society at the Scho.d llous;, they
meet on Monday nigh;, an.l a's rd tid
ing school Saturday nigh's. t niht by
Mr. It. ard. Mr. Ward is a livo nrm
and understands the biz. Th? neigh
borhood received a call from Dr. T. C.
Kern, of Linoo'.n. Nebraska. Ho b f.
sonu of the ladie3 minus soma tei-ih.
he will bs uround in the spring tf re
plaee t!:fin again. Mr. Jesse M?n:!I
and Zdiss "CI la Uouton have joined in
tha bonds of wedlock. Neighbor Core
arrived home from the east on the 7th.
We understand Mr. I. Williams is mc'k
a bed. C. S.
Subsciibe for the Herald.
THE GREAT B. & SI. R. R. CASE.
The B.t M. R.R. Co put in t heir de
fense, as one may say, before the Com
mittee at Lincoln last week. Mr. Irv
ing, Mr. Marquett and Mr. Taylor all
swore that the letters purporting to bo
from Perkins and the endorsments T.
M. M. &?. were forgeries. We append
a portion of their affidavits. Judgo
Briggs and (Jov, Saunders also swore
that they had never received any mon
ey or thought of drawing nny money
from the Company for political expen
ses. Ifrwas a square sell out by Flan
nigan all round, we guess.
SUIT. iUvixg's testimony.
Am superintendent of the B. & M.,
and have been for two years; was pres
ent before the Senate investigating
committee yesterday, and saw papers
produced, among them one purporting
to be a letter torn from a letter book,
and another purporting to be written
by me to Mr. Taylor; examined my
signature; it was a forgery; carefully
examined the signature of C. E. Per;
kins; am acquainted with his hand
writing, and have seen him write; it
was a forgery; been acquainted with
the signature of Marquett and have
s-en him write; am familiar-with his
handwriting; saw the signature "T. M."
M. ;" it was a forgery; have the books
here from which these press copies pur
port to have been torn; sent for them
since I arrived here.
(Witness here produced letter press
Have two letter press books, one for
general use, and the other for personal
letters. If Mr Doane remembers, the
pagea of my letter book said to have
been torn out were semewhere in 400.
The committee will find no pages gone.
(The book was examined carefully,
and no pages found to be gone.) J udge
Mason asked, "Who is this man Flana
gan?" Witness resumed: He was in my em
ploy a short time ago. He was in the
habit of writing letters for ma and
signing my name "Per F." He was a
superior expert. ;
Lancaster County, )
State of Nebraska, C
Clinton Brigjs first duly sworn on
oath says: That he never t anytime
received any communication from Win.
Irving, Superintendent of the B. & M.
11. R. Co., or any other person, written
or verbal authorizing or permitting the
undersigned to draw on. the said com
pany or on any person for money for
any purpose and affiant further says
he has never drawn any draft on said
company, or any other person connect
ed with the same, or received any val
uable thiug from said ci-mpany or from
anj' person, to bind affiant in the pres
ent senatorial contest or any matter
connected therewith, affiant says hu bus
not even accepted a pass from said corn
pan y, and that any charge that affiant
has received any money or other valu
able thing from said company or any
person connected therewith, to be used
in this senatorial contest, is talse
malicious in every particular.
State of Nebraska.
Alvin Saunders being first duly
sworn upon his oath, says: That it has
been reported to this athant that Sena
tor P. W. Hitchcock has in his posses
sion a letter purporting to be written
by Win Irving.Superiii.endent of the 15
& M. It. R. Co., or souls officer of said
road, authorizing this affiant to Craw
his draft upon said company lor what
ever sum he might need to secure ;Uti
ani..1 election to ths Sorat of the U.
or i:r any sum :;ffia::t :!ii;.-!!t need to
use in tlu? urrsent senatorial contest.
That This a:li?ut has demand d of sen
ator P. W. Hitchcock a copy of said
leiitr, or the jri vi'.ee
the same, whieli reijiie.-?1
nieil. -I'ii.int exjiressiy
Ijsw been ti--snvs
bas never rccelverl r.t ny tune a com
nKuiicaiion frcin sal IrviiTjj or any
ot:ker of said i,:v, auluw'-iziurf afii.mt
to draw hii t'.rafl upon s,ti i ro:ul, or
any person or bsv.li. fjr any jraipose
whatever. That he has never received
ado.hir fr.;..i said eo:-:ip any, or been
offricd any money by its ullietrs or
agents for any of the puposes mention
ed ab ve. That he has never drami
his drafts upon said t ympany nor of
its oalcerr or any other person for any
sum of money to be used in the pres
ent ."Senatorial contest, or an matter
tonneeled therewith. Neither has af
fiant had any communication, either
verbal cr writtni, with the ofiieers of
said road or any person connected
therewith, concerning the so called
"pro rata bill," or anything connected
tl. etc with. Alyin riAUNLEK.s.
State of Nebraska
J ..an caster Co.
T.M.Marquette being by me first
duly sworn, says that he has never at
any time orally or in writing or in any
other manner, given or signified his as
sent to iho using of any money or the
bonoi'iig of any drafts by or on the 13.
& M. Ii. li in Neb.; for the purpose of
aiding in the election or defeat of .any
person for U. 8. Senator as the success
or of P. YV. Ii Hchcoelc, aad nevvr re
ceived any authority from I'iri:is or
any one els. to draw drafts or use mon
ey." Depoaent farther Kays th:;'. the
le-.lors "T. M. M." eiaMiie-i to be endors
ed oil a certain or pretend. ;! i-'iU r
the piKsses-sion of I W. llilchc .. :i:.
iir; i:itr to b.avo
i :n. i
irviip'r, S n't. of ths il.
in Neb., if thev are there
put Micro wbhoat a!'.i rii's
or consent, and if they arc e'ai.r.t
bo affiant's initials, are forgcriis.
(signed ) T. M. ! a it quet:
The 15. & 21. Ii. 11. bas starte-1 a corps
of surveyors from Hastings, Adams Co.
to survey ;i .oute to Denver. The pro
posed road will strike the Republican
Valley between Blootnington anil Hiv
erton. Suit has bceii commenced on c.ipias
in the lr. S. dislrict court against Ex
Governor Sam'l J. Ti'den to recover
Sb0,00 alleged bala;ice.s due of income
tax. A capias has been issued and
served on Mr. Tilden. Jt is returnable
on the Gth of February. United States j
Distric t Attorney diss says he w as di- i
reeled some time ago by the commis
sioner of internal revenue to commence
suits against all parti p. who had failed
to pay their income tare, but that be
(Dliss) delayed bringing this suit on
account of the position of Tilden be-
t' i:i'n ih; r-,e
1. 1 1- d. r.ehiw
of the Slate in a I
I i i; f
) i' h
t h-.1 brair.s
c :o r.itt I 1 ve. lOverv desk is
d .ike a .ureet d.or, IILMA ,
; tu,- iu-';st numerous
ore t ii n.
just bought, of
who lias t lie fast-
n. .- trader, ot
est time on record for a four
Tbia line finishes the column.
Our next President
and Vice Pres-
Even tho Slmker.T nro brepAing
away from their adhesion t;i !id custom.
Mai:y of tho men openly favor beardn,
and the women ebow a disposition to
modify their primness of die.. The
Socialist says that they r.re l:i;e!y soon
to give up moat of thoir oddities, but
cot their cardinal principles of celibacy
and oommunisni cf property.
At a public dinner recently Riven by
the Anthropological S.icif-ty of Paris, a
paper waseircu!ated, tho signers of
which pledge thomr,elre3 tr bequeath
their brains to the society for inspection
and dissection. It is thought that an ex
amination of the thinking organ3 of per
sons whoso habits and work3 are perfect
ly known will throw liht npon tha laws
cf phy3ico-aieutal organization.
-.REPORTED Bt T. E. WHITE.
Wheat, new 1 oo
Cattle i 2 5tW 00
Latest new york markets
New I'okk, Jan. 17.
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
Ciiicaoo, Jan. 17.
Flour, 5 75
Wheat 1 31
Corn, 4 Hi
Hofrs 4 iiOS o 70
Cattle 4 SOii 40
Vick's Floral Guide
abeantiful Quarterly Journal, finely Illustrated,
and containing an elegant colored Flower Plate
with the first number. 1'iice only cents for
tho year. The tirst No. lor 1S77 just issued in
Herman and English.
Vick's Flower & Vegetable Cp.rrfpn.ln
paper Co cents, with elegant cleth covers $1.00.
Vick's Cwtalojue 300 illustrations, only 2
JAMES VICK, Rochester. N. Y.
y C?i X. L ."IT
"Hi I "V jEEj & 3T ,
Feed and hale Stables.
Corner 6th and rvsrl St.
IIOKSiiS r.OAEIKD BT THIS
WAY, WCGK, Oil . JiOSTK.
SOLI) OH TRADED,
For a Fair Commission.
TEAMS AT ALL HOURS.
r.-i: ticular intention pr.id to
LfGA hearse 'urriis'ieJ. w'.i t cJ'e;l for.
C-:."-l.'- -----r'.:V5 :id stifU'?. the. nte:ca-
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- .:.-;iiL'riktbi-v via u '. vr.-i j,v
i The Chcc.i'C-'t, f'urt. t :i.7
in i.ho If"
For Dy -prpi.i,
jii::. ln'jii'Csr ion
!!:li n. tic. it-.:
Spirits. SoUi -it'iiiai-:;, i!
ic.n j.ni":jy is nv.'.st.i.':;-
od not to font:t:n a
e J.uri'.:'e cf MctVUr-.-.
liy iDiarioii.t l.-.aur.U tii j:, u.c", n
eoittaining thoKs Southern KooU atitl Her').,
which an wie jrov:;l?!ice h.us p'aced in
eountrics wltere Liwr 1! i-ri-es tuot-t prevail.
Jt w7f cure iU tl-'Mirc caiijcl Irj ikraiiyetneid
! t-ie. X.f on lUvxeli.
'1 iie syiiipitmiii of L:vt.r Compiaiut i're a I!l
tert'rbii'l tate I.i the month : pain ia ti." i.ack.
fttles or joint", olt'.n mistaken i-iriiheuiiiuii-in ;
Sour Sttmia-'h : Loss of Appetite ; Loweis altei
nately costive and i"X ; Headache ; of
memory, wun a p.iiiiful wnvaSN'ii oi having fail-
e to no Hotnetimig wnicii oujilit to liave ween
done ; webiliiy. i."w hjttrns, a ttilfrC y.-lhnv ap
pearance of the cxiti ami eye s. a dry Cougti of
ten mistaken lor consumption.
Sometimes muny of the.- symptom attend
the ditea: i. at others very few. but the Liver,
the lai yet orgim in the body, is generally th
seat of the diN-re. ami if not re? iihitcd in lime
treat sintering, wrcichediies.-? and ukatii will
I eaii reeommetul as nil efTicMr-ioiis reincJy for
ii-e.-ij-e of the I lv r. Heart burn and l)ypephi,
Simmons' LiVEit Kkoci.atop.
Lxwi (;. W'vy&r.v, j
pJ-V' M.t!er Street,
As.-'S'tant Post Master, 1'iitWtlphia.
"We hav? teste.1 It? vlilaes. personally, and j
kimw tl::! f.ir Dvoepsta, i:i!-nses mid i
1 hroia-jpi; i ittadnclie", ii is the l,v.-t metlicins i
the world everua.v. We ii:?ve tr.i-,1 foilv otlier
r.':iie,! -- before Si!imo:i 1 ivrr I;,lafr. but
cne of ttit'iM sii'.e u more th 1:1 teii!ii;rHrf rr-l:-f
; u i lie :e-itPitor rot only r-. heved but
ti:icd u:'. '..'. Tilojr; .': :.!-.I 5Ieimt:ujcr, Ma
c m, Ca.
.f'T'iv- ' ir-?I iin' f.i
j. ir. z !: L in it co..
MACON, ;A.,ais'.l l'iiILAl!C: I'lif A.
7t ec::t:iinti f !-r i'iri".i; :i! elements, never uni- i
t ( '
hi l:ie f:t!.i.; iappy irop(rtion in any other I
tr.ii io:-., vii : a r,'l'. tMtliiiitie. wonder- j
ionic ua ti i'-M-.-p, i.imite Alterative rtid i
i Ci irccli'.e oi aii impiirities oi the body.
s .: i: xl.-raal pwes h.-.s attended its twe, that it
i. now jf'.-:;re.eti :is tne
EFFECTUA t SPECIFIC
I't.i- r.il diteas;.? of the Liver. S:oaiach and
As a licin;-ii ui
la'arloriS Fevevs, liowel .:implaii!ts. Ilvspcp
M?r.ta! 5)eproio:i. lstlt -snes's. Jaundice,
Xau-a. sie'.c Ue.idache. Colic. Consiioit ion
alitl XJhir.usnei's j
IT HAS NO EQUAL. j
As there roe si number of imitations ottered j
totliM public, v.e would t:tulu;i l!;e community i
to byy no l'.v,!eis or Prepared Sih:ovs' Liv- j
Ei! UicCL'i.ATOK. iii,lei! iu oar eii'rravetl wrap
):er. w il Si the t radu uiari:, stawip nud signature i
unbrokv-ri. one oi her is e--iiii:i:e, j
J. H. Z till. IN & CO..
Miron, Ga., and Fldhuldphia.
Your valuable medicine SiiivnonV T.lver Kff- '
uJator. has s;;vel me many Docioi:!' bills, I ute 1
it fur everything it is li-coMi.iieiidcii. and never i
Knew it to fail", I have used it i.i - :n,d
Clrubb". with tv mill".- yud horses, irfvitt.ir ih'-m -about
liaf a hoi tie- at time. 1 have li'd lost J
one that I ;v:ve it to. ou can rtfiM-mmeiid it to;
every one tl.at lias rtock w leiiiL: t!1." het mert- :
leine kli iwii for Jill coiitphii: i s that bore-f!esh ,
i?b ir to. !;. t.tavmi;;.
3;!y Agent f.i;- tr:- if of i-..-r0ia.
For Throat. Lung. Asthma, and Kidney .
Porest Tar Solution,
j or Inhalation for Catarrh, Consumption.
H . Brouchiils, and Aalbma.
Forest Tar Troches,
or for Throat, noameticas. Tickling Coogn Bad
iu.-lfring the lireaia.
Forest Tar Salve,
or Healing Indolent Sores, Ulcers, Cats, Barns,
and for I'llca.
Forest Tar Soap,
or Chapped Hands. Salt I'tu-nm, Eia Diseases,
toe loitet sad Hata.
Forest Tar Inhalers,
or Icbali ug for Catarrh. Cons am ptloa. Asthma.
i"er Sate by all Druffffist.
l v sr." r;::i
V ;4 It-."- ta
Li niments .
TIic Quickest. Surest, and
Tiiysicians recommend, and Farriers declare
that no such remedies have ever before been in
use. Words are cheap, but th ? proprietor" of
these :;rtic!es w ill present a trial bottle to medi
cal men. gratis, and ill ruarant'e,,iiore rapid
and satisiactory results than Have ever beiore
The Centaur Llalment.AVIilteW rapper
will cure UheuuiatNin, NeuraltrU. Lumbago.
MWatica. Caked Hretwts, Sore Nippies. Frosted
Feet, CliitblaiuS, Swellings, -prams, and any
FLESH, BONE OR MUSCLE AILMF.M.
It will extract the ;oison of bites and stings,
and henl burns or scalds without a soar. Lock
jaw, Palsy, Weak ISack, Caked Breasts, Ear
ache, Tooth-ache. Itch and Cutaneous Erup
tions readily yield to its treatment.
Henry lliack, of Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio, says :.
"My wife has had Itheumat ism for five years.
no rest, no sleep could scarcely walk acroHS
the floor. She is now completely cured by the
use of Centaur Liniment. We ail feel thankful
to you. and recommend your wonderful medi
cine to a!l o;ir friends."
James Hard, of Zanesville. Ohio, says : '-Tho
Centaur Liniment cured my Neuralgia."
Alfred Tush, of Newai k. Writes : "Send me
one dozen bottles by express. The Liniment
has saved my leg. I want to distribute? it.
The sale of thin Liniment is increasing rapidly.
The Centaur Liniment, Yellow Wrapper
is for the tough skin, flesh and muscles of
HOKSE3, MULES AND ANIMALS.
We have never seen a case of Spavin. Sweeny,
Itinc-bone. Wind-sail, Scratches or I'oH-Evfl.
which this Liniment would not cure. It will
cure when anything can. It is folly to spend
f20. for a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of
Centaur Liniment will do better. The follow
ing is a sample of the testimony produced :
Jefferson, Mo.. Nov. 10, 1873.
"Snme time ago I was shipping horses to 6"t.
Louis. 1 got one badlv crippled in the car.
With.greai difficulty 1 got him to the stable.
The stable-keeper gave me a bottle of your Cen
taur Liuiment, which I used wUh such success
that in two days the Korse was active and near
ly well. 1 have been a veterinary surgeon for
thirty yearn, but your Liniment beats anything
I ever used. A. J. M'Cakty,
For a postage stamp we will mail a Centaur
Almanac, contaiiig hundreds of certificates,
from every State in th Union. These Lini
ments are now noid by all dealers la tho coun
try. labratory of J. 13. Rose & Co.,
38-13t 4DKY ST..NKW YOKK. '
?n.storia is the result of 2J years experi
ments by l;r. Samuo! IMcheroi M.issurlr.uetts.
It is a vegetable preparation, as elective as
Cantor Oil, but perfectly pleas int to the taste.
It can be taseu by ihe youngest infant,, and
neither pi;rs rmr gripes. Dr. A. J. Oreen. of
Koyston. Indiana, ;iy of h :
Snt3 : I hare tried the Castoria, and can
speak bighlv of its merits. It wilt, I think, do
siway entirely wirU C:isror Oil. it is pleasant
and l)armti"-s, and is wonderfully eiiieacious as
an teiorieaf a:id laxv-tve. It is Liz very thing.
Tin; C.-itor! i ds'rovs worms, rearulate the
S!o:i-:eii.ci:res Wind Colie.ieid pert:tsof natu
ral hea thy sleep. Ir Is very cSiicaeio-is in Crom
and for 'lVet'Mti.; ChiMsvn. lionev i.s not p'ea
ftnter to rh.- f.iee, and Castor Oil is not so cer
tain in ils effects. It onts but 3-" ci lit, in
large Ixds:?. J. 11. iiosz a; Co., N. Y.
The Inter Ocean
The Leading Republican Paper
of the Northwest
THE PAPER FOR
"'I.. t! hi!:.'
i.i i 'r.t- Nt.iti; i
st clrc u!;.tlon of
t'i::i'!' li-i;i!. A r. icu:
' lire co;.:'. lift r .1 with
l.'i::-e, :ir.:i n p:-.ii;s
;s;r.d fill rolifieal
t!ic fciiit.cft deirree
or cxi ct.rc id be
tuiitre, k in (lie p:wi tt ii:al;e it
:e from f.eesnt i
fiil.o sttse :
and reliable In
I ne teiin.
J. A. ?t '.CMrnrriY.
TH r:TY-T;i:r.D YA
Zlic. I'il -c'!c rc;-r:r.!.s frein !
Qi;.'ii'i"-iin-.. ht v:i-'.-. Mriri'iiitts, n
t:. ;r chi iin-t-t co;it ims incii'diay; ;
t;iisii.:crs. :i;:"ritpliie;,l ,S'.:eich ,s
i :.. i- l;Mi-
its i i i ii! iiti'.i (vent u'-, i iiies, . .r-es ami
i;tei;s. i no fii'bi of s (.!! is very l.we, and
it is Relieved ibst inc. Lvt.xfy.-ytf'i:i.:.- a greater
varied y and biybci' htaioiaril of ! :!.:. r.i ltiaii
any perieic:;l can h.ipe to do thai depends ex
ciii'ively up.m 1io;mt talciif.
A know! ,i;e tu the current liierrdtire of oth
er countries i.s indispensable to all who wi:i:ld
keep pace with the progress t.f the human mint I ;
ai.d the LV-frcfie offers t tie best, and, indeed, the
otiiv opportunity for obtjiiiii't;; th:; knowledge
within a reasonable compiles1, and at a laodci
A morn; the writers repre;e:ted lit recent num
bers of the Krlertic are : The bt. Hon. W. K.
dads'.,'. io-. Jan.; s Anthony IVixidr, Matthew
Arnold, Charles Kiiisb-y, Kobeir l?!ic!::.i!an,
(ico. ?Ie.O..)ii::lJ. Jo::;i Kaskin. Alfred 'i'enny
s;r.. 'Ihowr.f llti;:!ie, Wiiitaia B!ek. Mrs.
pluiht. 'Ih". !::.rdv, Wi.iiam :oir;s, iss
I hacken-.-. ".rs. A'ekander, ITofs. lluxhy and
Tvuda!!. Jtiehaoi I'jocfor, lb A., l'rol. Uwcn.
lb- W. H. ( iiipenfer. Mhx Atuller. J. Korir.;::i
I.et'kvei. lieibett Spencer, ami others etpialiy
eminent. He-ides tl.o it:u.ai arti rlts in the
liiiily o the iiiHinzine. there ;ire four oi'inal
Ktjtitiia' U-p.titmeii; : Library Nu ices, For
eign i.iij.ari liwtcs, . iit'iico au.i Art, ami Va
liciies. With rT.ir.l tt ' be eh-ir.; f ffof the : s-lecl ions,
the aim of the kritcik- i.s t be iusii iictive wit 11
ti'it 1 eic.r; !ni!. and i titeit.iiiiii:g without briny
trivi d. Viie eiith i: umber C"iit.in:s somethii.g
to ir If rest every member of" th.? f-uniiy circle,
it a.idtesst s iist-ii pal ticubli ly io that great !tdy
oi e.tt'llijzenf readies who srVk profit as well as
amu ' r.ieut i.: smid ami healthlui iileraltire.
Kcsidcs the lis pajas cf reading m:;fler, each
number of the nriaziite contains a Pine Steel
Kuravms usualiy a portrait executed in the
most artistic mminer.
'i'KKJis. Si'i-ile copies, ccr.ts : tnie eopv one
y;'.r. t'5 : two copit s, :i ; live copies, o. Trial
Mtb-ciiptioi-.sfor three onths, it.
The fic'ccic and any ?4 Magazine to cne ad
JV'ti(e fret to ail utrriher. Al dross.
H. 1'EL'ION. I'nhlisher.
2j Jitmd Street. New Vork.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Kast of Platte VaJh-y House.
THti OLD K.ST
In the Town.
(7jod J'eains Altcr.ys on Hund.
Garafal Drivers sont with car-
Can-iH.eea seat to Depot to meet all trains
THi; CKLY HSntE IN TOWN. " .
I'tmrnds afterde' anil carriages furnishetl to
friends. Adtlicavs, J. V. (SilANNON.
4'-!y i'tlaitwmotitii. Nb.
Flower Vegetable Garden
Is tiK most ie?.u:;fi;l work of Ihe kind in tlie
r.-oili. It con.aiiif neaiiv l.Vi pacs. hundreds
of fn.e ibi'.stratfor.s. ai.ti k;x Cbromo 1'Iates of
rio-.vers, beivutifiiilv drawn and colored fioni
nature. IMee ."o cents m i.apt r covers : Si. oo
in elegant cloth. I'liutcd in German and Ki
gllsll. ViokV Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents a
Viek's Caulooue-' ill'.is.ratlous, ou!y
Addrt'i JAMES VICK, Kochester, N. W
We do nmt offlen9 to sell
staple. gooil &t anal lieflow
cost witSB-tlne ialea of alaaw
iiig ciBtoifiieB5 filuat we
si ED ell famcy good at Hana
prlce9 hut offifes esEE ohdf
gooals at a fain. onnaii'glEa
alwe eotf5 on tBae prinacia
pie -of Eiive emefl let ILme
. We have Just reoelred one
Erer brought to this market.
We 1I,Baie.?,""t UEPELLANTS ETVh'Sf?t
POLONAISE CLOTHS, ALPACAS,
and DRESS GOODS OF ALL STILES,
Cassimeres, Jeans, Blankets, Flannels,
Iu fact, evci-j'thlng that is usually found In a general Dry Goods Store.
VV are closing out our stock f
SHAWLS. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS, AT COST.
As we art going out of that branch of the trade.
"We keep, also, a fall
Constantly oa hand, all of which
Highest Market Price paid for Country Produce.
Call and See our Goods before Purchasing.
ZSfGoods Delicercd in any part of the City.
For tlae next -"days we
ell Fall asBsl Winter goojis
at greatly reduced prices,
to ssialke rnM for large
HBBToiee of Spriaag Ri501o
SCHNASSE & GRAMBERG'S
We have r.prnod
The most Complete Stock of
cm era mjrZZA
W II I 1 II m
EVER BKOUGIIT TO
We have also n
Our Stock was bought under extremely favorable circumstances and
wu are able to sell at the -0r3- bottom prices, and will give the
best bargains to be had in Cass County.
REMEMBERALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
IDoau'd: IFWgei; tlie IPIhiee,
ONE DOOR EAST of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
irly PUittmntb, A"t.
.: o :
of tho best selected stocks ot
and complete stock ot
will be sold at bed lock prices.
odr Xew Stock of
PI- A T TS M O ITT 1 1.
Iarge Stock of
W.ti.t.a.n Ht''. i .tl --f
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