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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1878)
British Troop i' Tlstion.
(len. Sir Alfred Hastings llorsford
has been selected as Commander of
Ibe Second Army Corps. A consider
al!e projortion of the First Army
Corps is likely to be. despatched to
MhI tu in the cour?e of the coming week,
including a part of the (iuaids. Many
thousand stand of Martini-Henry rifles
are being removed from the racks in
the Tower of .London, pr.'suji ably for
the eqipment of the reserves
There is great activity at Portsmouth
in preparing littings for the conversion
of merchai t ships into armed cruisers.
A certain manufactuiing firm here has
received from the Adtnirality an order
for-more than one hundred wire torpe
do nets for the protection of ships
from attacks of fi.-li torpedoes. All
'the nets are to be delivered during
May. Immense quantities of shot an I
shell are being issued from the Wool
wich arsmal in all directions.
The first Indian expeditionary force
will embark from Bombay in two di
visions. One will leave to-day, con
sisting of two batteries of Royal Ar
tillery, the Thirteenth and Thirtytirst
regiments, the Second (loorhas, and
two companies of sappers and miners.
The Second Divison will embark as
soon after as possible. It will consist
of the Ninth Cavalry, the 1 rst Bombay
Lancers, the Ninth and Twentysixth
liombay Infantry, and two companies
of sappers and miners. The shipping
arrangements comprise steamers with
an aggregate tonnage of l.V79 ton?,
and sailing vessels of 21.14G aggregate
tonnage. The hitter will be towed by
the steamers. Water will be provided
for thirty and coal for twenty-six days.
At the liombay Dockyard work is be
ing prosecuted day and night in fitting
ships for troops and horses.
As an experiment of state policy the
dispatch of native troops to Europe
has proved successful beyond the hopes
of the most ardent advocates of the
measure. The native soldiers appear
completely captivated by the prospect
of being engaged in military service in
Europe. They are volunteering to
cross the seas with an enthusiasm
which has surprised even those who
know them best. They are pressing
forward in whole regiments at a lime.
Troops who returned from IJurmah on
ly six weeks ago, and who were three
years in that country, are said to be
delighted by the thought that they are
going to some place near England to
tight the Russians. In one regiment
every man has signed a petition that
lie may be sent with the expedition to
At a meeting to-night of the Com
mittee to Promote the Organization of
the Active Service Volunteer Army,
two generals, five colonels, and many
members of Failiment joined the com
mittee. Thirty officers and .'500 men
yesterday signified their willingness to
join the force, and many were enrolled
to-day. The total number of volun
teers so far is about 80,000.
Mr. Gathorne Hardy, Secretary for
India, presiding at a banquet in Brad
ford to-night, said the government
took its stand upon public faith and
honesty, and upon the declaration of
1871 that one party to an engagement
could not withdraw from it without
the consent of the rest. He denied
that the Government were indifferent
to the w rongs of the Turkish Chris
tians, but the policy of a great power
could not be destroyed by an incident
however horrible. The real question
was whether England had or had not
great interests in the East. He main
tained that the treaty of San Stefano,
in its present shape, did not contain a
single element of permanent peace.
The interest of the (J reek and Mussul
man populations must be protected as
well as those of the Slaves. The meas
ures of the British Government were
not warlike, but precautionary. A
war party or war Ministry was an im
possibility in England. If a people
went to vrar it must not te for the sake
of victories, but only for great prinei
pies. The Government was determin
ed to maintain the principles by which
their conduct on the Eastern question
had hitherto been actuated.
TflE WORLD'S FAIR.
Successful Opening: at Paris May 1st.
An Immense Crowd in Attendance.
Paris, May 1. - The International
Exhibition opened to-day with great
eclat. The progamme heretofore made
public being strictly carried out. At
one time in the morning it was feared
the ceremonies would be interfered
with, as at 9 o'clock rain was falling,
but at t) :4-5 the rain ceased, and hopes
were entertained that the day would
be fine. The hope3 were realized at
11 :30. when the clouds broke and tin
sun shone out beautifully, the weather
though, was rather hot.
President MacM ihon reached the ex
hibition at 2 o'clock in the State car
riage, escorted by his military house
hold. He was welcomed by Teisser
enene Hart, minister of commerce, and
declared the exhibition open ; amid sal
vos of artillery and music by the bands.
The Marshal then leading the head of
the brigade procession, which included
the Prince of Wales, ex-King Amadeus
and the Crown Princes of Den mark
and Netherlands, proceeded through
the exhibition building..
The scene was picturesque and im
posing in the extreme, the State bodies
in grand uniform, councellors and mag
istrates in their robes and the different
bodies of the institute and legion of
honor stood in strong contrast with
Senators, deputies and clergy and
nor officers in their civil costumes
The exhibition building was gaily
decorated with Mags of all nations. An
immense crowd was in the vicinity.
The American section though unfin
ished compares favorably with others.
The department of manufactures shows
the least progress. The American art
department is the best ever shown
abroad by America. At the American
section a squad of sailors from United
States vessels at Havre were drawn
upon thelef t of the entrance commanded
by EnsignYoung of the Coii.st i tution. On
the right of the facade we: 30 marines
under JJeutenants Russell ami Seeling.
Gov. McConnick, chief commissioner
of the United States, stocd in front of
The streets were imputable in many
places in consequence of the immense
crowds assembled to -witness the illu
minations. Many builds.;- are deco- !
rated with Hags of all nations. The
American colors being conspicuously
No accident is reported, although it
is estimated 50o,ooo persons visited
Champ De Mars and Trecadero. It is
computed that three hundred thousand
foreigners are now in th? city.
Outside the meetin
Norwood (to Elder To;
kins) : "Yes, i
sir; a man with hope ;
faith is just like a you
boat, who ain't got o-.'
rows round and roui:.l
don't get nowhere."
pafe distance): "If i.,
fool -he'd scull."
The New Coachman.
The boy should have known better
at his age, says the Free Press, than to
let out family secrets, but he felt grate
ful to the other boy for the use of his
stilts, and he softly remarked:
-Father wasn't home all last night,
and he han't come home yet."
-Gone off?" queried the. owner of
"lie's flown town somewhere, we
e.xpect, and ma says she ain't going to
run after him if he don't come home
for a month."
"Did they have a fuss?"
"Kinder. You see we had to let the
coachman g. 'cause its hard times.
Yesterday afternoon ma wanted pa to
Hack up and drive her out in style. He
kicked at first, but when she got mad
he caved in and fixed himself up so you
couldn't tell him from a darkey. When
he drove around ma called him Peter,
and ordered him to back up, ami go
ahead, and haw and gee around, and he
got up on his ear and drove back to the
barn. Them duds came offn him like
lightning, and he was so mad that he
didn't stay long enough to wash the
black off his ears."
"Ahd Ahat did your mother say?"
asked the other.
"Nothing. She looked a little sad
around the mouth, but she'll fetch him
to it if it takes all winter. He might
as well come home and begin to learn
how to burn cork."
What to Teach Your Girls.
Teach them self-reliance.
Teach them to make bread.
Teach them to make shirts.
Teach them not to paint nor owder.
Teach them to wear thick and warm
Teach them to wash and iron cloths.
Teach them how to make their own
Teach them how to cook a good
Teach them how to wear calico dress
es, and do it like a queen.
Teach them to say 'no and mean it.
Teach them how to dam stockings
and sew on buttons.
Teach them to regard the morals,
not the money of a beaux.
Give them a good, substantial, common-sense
Teach them that a good, round, rosy
romp is worth fifty delicate cousump
tivs. Teach them accomplishments mu
sic, painting, drawing if j'ou have
money enough of your own to do it
Teach them the essentials of life
truth, honesty, uprightness and at a
suitable time let them marry.
A younir lady has recently compiled
from the clergy list of the Church of
England, and published in the Rock, a
Church newspaper, an amusing broch
ure, showing that Shakespear's ques
tion. "What 's in a name?"' may be
answered in an entertaining way by
picking out the curious names of those
who are called upon to minister in the
churches. Among these are both Old
and Young; some are Bright, others
Moody, 5 are Blind, 2 Cross, 6 are in
Eliss and 6 in Pain, 11 have not ceased
to Hope; there are 4 Crcakers, 3 Guys,
and 1 Boge, 1 Wildman and 1 "Wise
man. The clerical aviary is very well
furnished, for there are 2 Crows, 9 Ra
vens. 1 Daw, 5 Rooks, I Jay, 1 Night
engale, 1 Gull, 1 Uunting, 1 Robin (to
3 wrens), 5 Sparrows, 6 Finches, 28
Martins, 1 Swallow. 2 I)oves,3 Eagles,
3 Falcons, 1 Hawk, 1 Stork and 2 Par
rotts. As to colors, there are 70
"White to 4 Black and 2 Blacker ;onlv 4
Blush (not a tithe of what we should
have expected), though 3 are Pink and
2 Scarlet; G4 are Green and 76 are
Brown. There are 2 Ushers and 19
Birches to 11 miserable Boys; 2 Flints
and 8 Steels. Under anatomy we find 4
Bodies, though with only 3 Heads;
there is, however, 1 additional Pate; 11
Temples have only 2 Hairs and 1
Lovelock; there is one Boniface, but
with only 4 Teeth (N. B. Mr. Tooih of
Hatchaui is one of these); 3 bones to
4 Backs, 1 Heel to 5 feet, 5 Hands and
3 Legs. Only a solitary cleric has any
Blood inliis veins.
Atlantic Wrecks forThirty-Seven Years.
We have before us a record showing
the number of lives lost in crossing
the Atlantic during the last thirty
seven years. In tins period fifty-six
fine steamers have been wrecked, and
in thirty-nine instances more or less
lives have been lost. Nine vessels
were npver heard from after leaving
port. These are the President in 1841,
the City of Glasgow in 1854, the Pa
cific in 183G, the Tempest in 1857, the
United Kingdom in 18G8, the City of
Boston in 1870, the Scanderia, in 1872,
the Ismailia in 1873, and the Colutnbo
in 1877. The number of lives which
were thus blotted out aggregates 1,397.
Of the remaining vessels, four were
burned, five sunk by collisions, two by
colliding with icebergs, two foundered
at sea, and thirty-four were wrecked
on various coasts. This is a suggest
ive showing, for it at once calls into
contrast the relative peril incured by
dependence upon humane handiwork.
Of the entire total of steamers lost, in
but two cases can the disaster be at
tributable to a break-down of the ma
chinery; the Anchor Line steamer
Hibernia, which foundered through
her propeller shaft having been with
drawn from its place after the propel
ler had been lost; and the other the
Ismaili J, of the same line, which was
once spoken under sail, her machinery
being disabled, and was never heard of
afterwards. Neither has any boiler
explosion occured on an Atlantic
steamer during the period mentioned.
So far as the record before us is au
thority, the irfluenee therefore is
that the greatest loss of life is due not
to lack of safe vessel?, but to failure
in judgment or competence of those
who handle them. Scientific Ameri
can. " Say, condooctur, you don't sthop de
car; I vant to get out here." The con
ductor was another Dutchman like
himself, and replied: " Veil, vy don't
you zay so; I can't scbrnell id."
S ALE, FEED LIVERY STABLE.
Ou Main street nearly
Ilou-e. riattsiuoutli. .Neb.
opposite tlie Court
HorsES foR Sale.
The Inlying ami srtlintr of good horses wade
tlie specialty ol the business.
New Horses & Carriages,
a"J geial horse. frr Ladies to drive am kept
-.d without no j this Stable.
r man in a row ! A'"0 11 c:iri"y nil. which runs to tu fiKt. :md
"one oar, and ! Si"8"" ' n ,,,a,'e iu tcvu
iVu T(iFA1LVEI2S CALL AND EXAMINE
.varn't a darn : 3fr XTOn.K FOR SALE.
j 8yl . ; E. PAIiMELE.
For TEN YEARS XIJTT'S PILLS
have been the recognized itandard
Farailf Medicine in all the Atlantic
States From Maine to Mexico,
scarcely a family can be found that
does not use them. It is now pro
posed to make their virtues known
in the WEST, with the certainty
that as soon as tested they will be
come as popular there as they are
at the North and South.
DO THEY CURE EVERYTHING?
NO. They are intended for dis
eases that result from malari
al Poison and a Deranccd
DR. TITT lias devoted twenty-live
years to Ibe Mudy of tlie J.iver and tko
riatult Iiiin di'iiKiitHt rnlt-d tlint it x ria
trrcnter influence over the n.vtrm than
uuy other oriiun of toe body ; liM't:ou
and .tmiiulmion of the loo i on whir!i,
d'tend the vitality of th? body, in rur
rird on t!irouch it ; tin- ri (inlir notion of
the bowel Ufjcudn 0:1 ii, nnd when Ihoe
functions are dtrrunped, lh llrnrt, the
llritin, the Kidneys, the ;kin, in fa.cC the
entire orjjanit.ni is aOcctcd.
Dull Fain in the Side arid Shoulder, ! a3 of
Appetite; Coated Tongue; Costive Bowels;
Sick-headache ; Drowsiuosa ; V eij?ht;in
the Stomach after eatinjr, with Acidity and
Belching up of Wind ; IjQW Spirits ; Ijpaa
of Energy ; Unsociability ; npd forebodinga
of Evil. -
IF THESE WARNINGS ARE NEGLECTED,
DYSPEPSIA BILIOUS FEVER, CHILLS, JAUN
DICE, COLIC, NERVOUSNESS, PALPITATION
OF THE HEART, NEURALGIA, KIDNEY DISEASE,
CHRONIC DIAHKHCLA, AND A GENERAL
BREAKING DOWN CF THE SYSTEM.
IIEED THE WARNING!
The first done produces an ef
fect Avhicli often astonishes the
sufferer, giving a cheerfulness
of iniuil ami bouyancy of body,
to which lie wasbelorc a strang
er. They create a: Appetite,
Good lijjrestioa, and
SOLID FLESH AND HARD MUSCLE.
ALOUISANA PLANTER SAYS t
Jlr plantation is in a malnrinl district. For
pevcrul years I could not make half a crop on
account of tirkne?a. I employ one hundred and
fifty hand?, often half of them were sick. I was
nenrlv dicouraired when I bejiau the use of
TllT'S Pli-I-S. 1 used them as a pre
caution as well as a enre. The reoult was
marvellous; my laborers became hearty, robust,
and happr, ami I have had no farther trouble.
With thee Pills I would not fear to live in the
K. MVAL, Bayou Sara, La,
best pill IN EXISTENCE."
I have noed your Pills for Dyspepsia, Weak
Stomach and Nervousness, ami .. a say I never
tiad any thins to do me bo much good in thu
wuy of medicine. They are as sood as you rep-rew-nt
them. I recommend them as the Itest
Pill in existence, and do all I can to acquaint
Others with their g'xxl merits."
J. W. "ITBBK'i'TS, Dacota, Misn.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, 25 CENTS.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York-
GREEK a BLOVEE?,
liOl'ISVIL Is Ii T S SHOT
HE PAIRING ROOFING AND
First Class Stock.
lias come iionio,
And ho has brought
Dress Goods, Staple Goods, Fancy
Go ods and Notionsvon ever saw.
rjP ay nothing of grower
ie by She acre, hoots -and
lioe till yois caaa't i;et
hats and caps till
yon must huy
Spring and Summer Goods eyer and ever so cheap.
Now isymir chancoboitml to sell and undersell anybody. Hurry
up. I want to yo East again next month.
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is 'a bp
Li o l t mmmM mm I
2. !T oa L-i V;;- '-'-mh M$th
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RARNES' FOOT POWER
-- MACHINKKY. .
1 fyliffereur nmrliiiipa with
I rfwhicli Builders, Catdnet
I 1 f t tl M
I JpSj?! and Jiddr in miscellaneous
yXVL. ..' work can compete as to vUAlr-
TV A L J nil L Willi Mcam
xver !i:iinif;icinrii!g ; hIo
Amateur's supplies, s:tw
blades, fancy woods and de
siiiii:". fc-ay where von read
this and wnU fur catalogue and ju ices. W.h
John !AitSK!, liockiord. Winnebago Co.
A. G HATT,
JUST Oi'KXEIi AGAIN,
Xcic, Clean, Fir at Class 3Ieat Shop,
o!i Main Street in Kred Kroelder'n old stand
Kvervbudy on luuid for fresh, tender meat.
Has rc-cived an IMMENSE STOCK of
Corn Planters, Cultivators,
ami Plows of every description;
I JEST MADE.
the best and cheapest wagon in the
market by all otitis.
Huskies, and Three-Sealed Wagons;
and the world renowned Couitland
Platform Spring Wagon.
Wood's Self Binder,
and all kinds of
In every variety, and at
lied Hocfi Irives.
the finest line of
TBB ATTRACTION I
SOLOMON & NATHAN
would respectfully announce to their many patrons that they have received a
magnificent selection of Spring and Summer good.--, which they intend to sell
at prices which defy competition. Our facilities for purchasing in the mar
kets of the East are such that we are able to offer better inducements to the
trade than any other firm in the city, regardless of assertions to the contrary.
Accordinglj we give you our price list, which after examination will con
vince you of our low prices and the amount of money you will be capable of
saving by purchasing from us.
General Dry Goods.
Beautiful sprint; prints "Standard Brands," 16 yds. for $1
other " 20
Oood quality slieftitiK, 6'4e per yard.
Vrd wide blenched muslin 2'4c per yard.
" brown " Re " ' up.
Cheviot shirtings, 7. 9 and 12e " "
Denims xje up, ducking hj
Bed tick hit; SSc up. worsted delaines 15? per yard.
Splendid assortment dress goods at and 10c per yard up.
tiint'liHins 84c per yard up.
tJood quality black alpaca 20c per yard up.
Table linens 2c up. Napkins 75c per yard up.
Crash Toweling Sc per yard up.
Handsome patterns in summer shawls 75c up.
Cotton Hattinji Good 7 lbs for SI up.
A full line of r.adtes, (,enti. and Children Hose from 5c per pair up.
Carpet Chain " Standard Brand " in 5 lb packages ! 25.
A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT.
Hemp 20c icr yard. Ingrain 37'icper yard.
Two-ply all wool 75c per yard, Three-ply $1 25 per yard.
Bntssell 1 00 per yard.
Door mats, rugs very low.
tine yard wide floor oil jloth, 27', up.
One and a half yards wide floor oil cloth, COc up.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF CASSIMERE FOR MEN AND BOYS
SUITS. WE OFFER SPLENDID. BARGAINS IN THIS DEP'T.
All wool casimeres 75e up. Tweeds 25c up. Cottonades 12! Jc up.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
"We have received direct from "Paris" the most superb selection of Pattern Hats ever ex
hibited in this city, which we offer from io to 25 each ; also, h full line of J-adies and Chil
drens Trimmed Hat from 75c up. Shapes 50c up. Nice flowers loc up. Ornaments 10c up.
nam ami uros Oram Kiuuous retailed at
loves 25c per pair tin. I.isle Thread
Trimming Silks. Satins. alouir. Turqnois,
ii i hi i. i .! i
J ItilHlnlllliG JUlltV Olldllir'll C OCilllS JlOiil irt'C lO CUCll.
Black Lace Scarf goods by tlie yard 15c up.
Ladies handkerchiefs 5c lip. Ladies silk handkerchiefs 25c up.
An extensive variety of Neck Ties a-d Tiwsues from loc up.
Net crepe i nching Hie per yard up. Veiling 30c per yard.
Silk parasols 7."c up. t'ottou parasol 15c up.
j .aces, edgings ami embroideries from Oc per yard up.
l'ans from 5c to l.r-o each.
Our stock of zephyrs is complete in every particular. We also carrv card board in all colors,
mottoes, canvas, etc., at exceedingly low figures.
White Goods in Great Profusion.
' riqnes nausook plain and ctriped Jaconet, Bishop and Victoria Lawn Svvis, ranging in
price from 10c. per yard up.
Buttons of every description. An unusual display of Cotton. Silk. Bugle, Ball and Two Fly
Fringe. Trimmings of every description.
Corset irom 35c up. A unique ("election of tuck combs from 15e to SI. 25 each.
Culls and collars 25c up. Full line of Ladies' Suits. Ladies muslin underw ear from 25c up.
Gents Clothing and Furnishing Goods
A complete line. Suits from ?t..V) up.
Cuff, collars and neck ties at prices within the leach of all.
Gent underwear from 25c up. Colored overshirts. .mic up.
White shirts, 75c up. Calico shirts, 50c up. Percale shirts, 7"c up.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
An extensive line, noted for th.-'ir durability and el ear-ness.
Mens boots from S2.00 per pair up. liovs boots from A 1.25 per pair up.
Mens shoe. $1.25 up. Ladies shot s foe up. Children shoea, 25c up.
Hats and Caps.
Latest styles, good hals, from 75c up. Caps
We also carry a full line of jewelrv. watches,
cutlery, writing materials, market ba.-ket. uik
TTTTILSriRIS bJAAD VALISES
F A C T O II Y P R I C E S.
Call and lie
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, SILE SCARFS,
WHITE GOODS. TOWELS. TABLE LINEN,
DOMESTICS, CORSETS, NOTIONS,
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, ETC., . ETC.
A Full Assortment of
IBOOTS AMID SMODIES
CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND.
CALIFOKXIA DRIED AND CAXXED FRUITS
Country Produce Taken in Exchange
wholesale prices. Sash ribbons, lovely patterns
Glove 15c an. all colors.
at remarkably low figures.
from 2."c up.
clocks, silver spo.ms, knive. forks, pocket
g - oods
M I3TPEMM & rJFnM IE
J. V. WECKBACH, Prop.
We are in almost daily receipt of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
which we offer our friend and the public at
WBaolcaIe anaal MetfaSI,
t&DIES' D&ESS GOODS,
Cashmeres, Alpacas, Delaines, &e.
Calicos, from 12 to 1G Yards for $1.00.
Muslins, from 6 cts. a yard upward.
The finest stock of White Bedspread ever brought to the City.
Buell's Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonades in
SSoots and lioes
ffisaf and (Daps9
and lMrflnisMng ?ds.
Groceries and IPrvBins
OK ALL KINDS.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
Thankful forpaM favors iu the years none y, I respectfully a-ik a continuance of the :m ir
lirAKAM'KKINi; "AT IS KA T H V IN Al.t. CASKS, and hop!! lilV efforts to please may tie CII.Hll.
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