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J. A. MAGMURl'IIV
M.ATTSMOUTII. NOV. 2S. 1S73.
OurClnb List For 1S79
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Rarus is trotting in Sna Francisco,
fastest time 3:l.r.
Slbiohbblls in New York State
Hud sunshine iu Nebraska.
A court of inquiry is to be held at
Chicago to iuf estigate the Custer raas-sacr-.
AtfEER of Afghanistan can't hold a
candle to The mere show of Turkey on
this aide the water.
An- Excursion of 150 persons came
orer the C. B. & Q. on Saturday last to
purchase lands in Nebraska.
New York has a Republican plu
rality of 37.G1C votes. The G. B. rote
tt.18 70.C0:i and for prohibition 4,243.
"Ykilk Turkey is. getting out of
trouble in Europe; Turkey in this
country is seeing its lust days very
Toil Wilson's livery stable, at Ere
mont, burned up Saturday iiiejht a
wtrk ngr. Tho horses and carriages
The true story of "Black Friday,"
Sept. 12-Uh, 1809, is about to bo told in
tho courts. We may find out now just
who was to blame.
A boy Bix year old weighing 103
pounds passed through Omaha on his
way to Folk Co., Neb., with his parents,
who are from Baden, Germany.
Complaint is made in almost every
town in the State that there are not
enough dwelling houses to 3upply the
Influx of strangers.
The Herald has just been overrun
with job work this week. Five men
and boys constantly kept busy. That's
right, boya. Keep us coing and we'll
holp roiike work for the town and peo
ple. Wiiex will the gap between Nebras
ka City and Flattsmouth bo spanned
bv iron rails? Will the B. & M. build
it? Neb. City Fress.
We hope so, and soon too. We'ro tired
of going to Iowa to get home.
We would inform Bro. Llall of the
W. Times that very small boys in th
high school at Flattsmonth " figured
up" those returns. Guess Ed. didn't
want 'em figured up nor the Watch
Mr. Fitzgera ld has a ganst of track
layers on tho road from Brownville to
Fort Kearney. Who says Neb. isn't
building railroads at telegraph speed?
The Rep. Val. R. R. is to be pushed
from Red Cloud to Bloomington at
Newspaper business must be prtty
lively in Omaha after all. Mr. Rose
water of the Bee is putting in new
presses, fixing vault for paper, and in
fact re-organizing his press room, so
that it will be very complete and han
dy when finished.
And soon Christmas will- be- here,
and then New-Years and another year
entered upon. Old father Time trav
els faster than he used to do a few
years ago. We are sure he'll get
Christmas on the Fourth of July one
of these days if he keeps on.
D. B. Allen, one mile from Shelton,
has a well improved farm- and this
year excellent crops. His handsome
span of bay horses are decorated with
a bright, well-made, new set of har
ness made by Jacob Sutter, a stone
blind harness maker of Shelton. K.
A fellow by the name of Babcock
gently put the toe of his boot through
one of those large lights of glass iu
Phil Young's window, to the tune of
seven or eight dollars. Nebraska Her
ald. He didn't mind it for, iike the
rest of the tribe they're all wealthy
except us. Alexandrian.
Its your good looks and your feet
keep you poor, Bab.
TnE price of the New York Weekly
Times has been reduced to one dollar
per annum, postage paid. At no peri
od ia ita history has the future of the
party of equal rights and national hon
or depended so much on the disaemina
tion of sound political information
among the people. No better pnblic
educator and no more complete news
paper can be found than Tha Weekly
Times, and every fresh subscriber ad
ded to its list is a gain to the Republi
Again we place before our readers
our Club Eiat, thereby offering them
an excellent opportunity of obtaining
the standard papers and periodicals at
We would again impress upon them
tho necessity of promptness in renew
ing their subscriptions that there may
not be tedious delay in receiving their
papers or magazines as will inevitably
ensue if put off until close to the first
We really don't like to have to beg
for ourselves, but just think what a
jolly lot of Christmas presents wo
would have if each one of our subscri
bers would send us one in the shape of
a payment of the little amounts due
us on back subscription, or, with those
who have been prompt in paying back
dues, a subscription for the year ensu
ing. We would get out such a holiday
number of the Herald as would sur
prise every reader, out of tho joyful
ness of our hearts.
Few of our readers appreciate how
we come to feel acquainted with them
all as we write their name week afier
week and how we have a kindly feeling
for each and all; a little bit more kind
ly, we'll acknowledge, for the paid up
ones. Fifty-two times a year for near
ly seven years have we transcribed
name after name on tho margin and
sent them out to tell the various stor
ies for the various tastes, and in all
that time wo have forged a chain link
by link to bind us to our subscribers,
a chain of many pleasant memories,
with perhaps a little bitter interwoven,
for such we can hardly escape in any
of life's paths.
Do yon not feel a little of that bond
of long association too, and would you
not miss the Herald should it cease
to make its weekly visitation among
you? W are vain enough to think
you would- Give it a friendly hand
shake and word of greeting then lc
for the advent of the New Year,
which is close at hand, and it will go
on its way with renewed energy.
Senators Paddock and Saunders
left for Washington last week. Con
gress assembles in Docember soon to
be here. The Hon. Thomas Majors
left Peru for Washington on Tuesday
A friend brings us remembrances
from another old friend, Mr. Wils
Majors of Brownville, and wc hope
to have the pleasure of seeing Mr.
Majors and lady in Plattsmouth be
fore many months roll round.
"What shall we name the baby?" is
an important question this year, for
the crop, like the wheat was never bet
ter. It is rather soon to undertake to
grade them as "No. 1, No 2 or rejected,"
and your head and reputation are both
safer to pronounce the entire lot No.
1 ; but the question as to names must
bo settled at once.
When we think of such American
horses as Rarus. Goldsmith Maid, Hope
ful and Edwin Forest, who can trot a
mile in 2:13 or thereabout, we smile a
smile of calm superiority as we contem
plate the German and Russian trotters
at the Bois de Boulogne races in France,
who, amid the cheers of excited paiie
vous. showed a quarter at a 2:o0 gait.
Why, Rarus can stand still faster than
one of them "f miners" can trot. Can
ada Gentleman's Journal.
Abovt one hundred and thirty hors
es were driven off from Faxton and
Shiedly's ranches sixty or seventy
miles from North Platte, and a man
named Ben Case killed. A detachment
of Indians from Spotted Tail's band
are supposed to be committing the mis
chief, in revenge for the stealing of
some of their ponies by Texan horse
The inhabitants of New York City
are given exact time by means of an
electric ball which is dropped above
the Western Union Telegraph building
precisely at noon each day. The ball
is composed of vanes of sheet copper,
and is so arranged that it is operated
Dy an officer In the observatory at
Washington, by means of telegraphic
connection. Verily that seems like
something new under the sun.
They are pitching into Hilton, of
the Pilot, for prirting republican tick
ets with Green's name left off. Green
was the republican candidate for Dist.
Attorney, and was beaten by Ferguson,
dem., in consequence. Somebody did
the same thing for Geo. Smith in Ne
maha County three years ago, the
cause being the same, dissatisfaction
with the action of the nominating
convention. It is not an honest, re
publican way of beating a man.
For The Doctors.
A writer in the Inter-Ocean sug
gests that Congress "pass a law" that
when a Docter dies he or she shall as
sign his or her body to the nearest Met'
ical College to le duly pickled and
desecrated. This is to be one of the
conditions of granting all men diplo
mas and all persons now in practice to
have threa years to get out of the pro
fession or assign their corpses as above.
He thinks this would bull the market
and make '-stiffs" worthless.
Thursday, this Thursday, is thanks
giving day. The turkeyest day of the
year. It's the best thanksgiving we
ever had. Tho Governor's message is
very brief, and brevity being the soul
of wit our Governor must be witty;
but that isn't what we set out to say.
We editors are all thankful for the
brevity of tho message to begin with.
We are all thankful that times are no
worse and strongly hope they are get
ting better. Business is reviving, it is
as healthy as all out doors, the weath
er can't be beat and turkeys are all as
fat as fool?, owing to corn being bo
cheap. There is no great loss without
some small gain. Let us then be hon
estly and sinoerely thankful for the
many blessings we really have and
make up our mind3 to wait with pa
tience for the good things the future
lias in store for us.
Death of Bra. De Forest Porter.
From the Arizona Sentinel, publish
ed at Yuma, Arizona, of the Kith inst.,
tho following notice and obituary is ta
FORTER At Yuma, Arizona, at I M a. in.. No
vember !2tli, 17. Julia Porter, wife of Hon.
. Deforest Porter, associate justice of Arizona,
nged TJ years and 10 month.
The funeral of Mrs. Julia S. Porter
was one of the most largely attended
ever known in Yuma. As the process
ion passed through town, all places of
business were closed, and Hags were
placed at half-mast. The remains weie
interred in the Military cemetery at
Fort Yuma, on the California bank of
the Colorado, where they rest under a
Judge Porter was well known in
this county at one time, making his en
trance into Nebraska life at this point.
T. N. Vail, superintendent of the
railway mail service will be succeded
by M. B. Thompson, of Cleveland,
An exchango says, men who can saw
wood, do chores, and make themselves
generally useful are needed here. It
is not expected, however, that they
will receive more than 83.00 for 50
cents worth of work.
Prof. Eove dropped in last Satur
day and reading over the Omaha papers
expressed himself very strongly about
the bad features of the Omaha jail.
The Herald invited lam to go to jail
here awhile. If he does he will find
that the Omaha affair is a Heaven of
grandeur compared with our dungeon
We call the attention of such of our
subscribers as have come from Indi
ana to the advertisement of the North
ern Indianian on another page. If
they are desirous of having the news
from that State this would seem a
most excellent paper from which to
obtain it, and we commend it to their
Mrttations of Politics.
In I860, Andrew G. Curtin, republican
candidate for Governor, made a speech
in the city of Reading. On tho same
evening, in the same city, Gen. Owen,
of Philadelphia, delivered a speech on
the democratic side. A week or two
ago, after the lapse of 18 years, ex-Gov.
Curtin finds himself in the same city
of Reading, in the role of a democratic
speaker, and by a singular conjunction
of circumstances and coincidences.
Gen. Owen is in the same city the
same night, in the character of a re
publican stump orator. Verily, u poli
tics make strange bed-fellows." Bea
ver (Pa.) Times.
Gen. Sheridan and Sec'y Schurz are
having a little epistolatory correspond
ence over tho Indian management.
Sheridan says the Indians have been
starved and misused and the fault lies
with the Indian department. Schurz
says the Army men don't know every
thing about Indians arid challenges
specific charges. The Army officers
stick up for little Phil and the whole
matter will undoubtedly come before
Congress this winter, when Indian af
fairs will receive as thorough a ventila
tion as financial ones have bad lately.
In the end we'll have all good Indians,
no doubt, just as we have good money,
for when the American people really
take hold of a public question it is
There has, been some trouble about
a correspondent of the Herald at
Weeping Water, "Lucille." Mr. Mar
shall writes us to say that he is not the
author of those letters. He is not. In
the hurry of a campaign and our. ab
sence some things in these letters were
published that would not have been
otherwise. The Herald has been re
peatedly assured that this matter was
or would be amicably arranged between
the parties interested, or we should
have offered an apology long ago. We
do so now and will have this matter
straightened in short order or know
the reason why. We do not publish
all of Mr. Marshall's letter because we
think for the good of all parties, the
least said the soonest mended, so that
justico be done.
From Weeping Water.
For several weeks in succession I
noticed in the Herald, letters from a
W. W. correspondent signing him or
I, among others, have been accused
of being the real author of the Lucille
To indicate my rights and receive
the justice due to an innocent person,
I take this method of publicly denying
any such accusation.
may have to say, and challenge him r
her to come out like an honorable man
or woman, and defend themselves in
this case, provided they think the game
of chance worth tho labor, time and
Now, Mr. Editor, for a few brief lo
cals. W. W. is just a climbing up the
steep and rugged hill of prosperity,
slow, bat most assuredly sure, we are
all working and winning our way to
Our town board of officers will cer
taiuly receive the best wishes and good
will of all sensible and right thinking
citizens, for the active and enterprising
manner in which they are pushing
along the work of "side-walks," and
soon wo shall see W. W. well provided
iu that respect.
Our friend, Mr. Schaeffer, has been
quite ill during the past week ; he has
our best wishes for a speedy and per
We have an enterprising young law
yer in our midst now; his Bhingle says
J. E. Pickering, Att'y at Law. and
he means business too.
My letter is already much longer
than I at first intended, so I will leave
for my next letter, a review and cor
rection of our W. W. business directo
ry. I am, your3 truly.
A. L. MARSHALL.
W. W. Nov. 53th, 187?.
The Yotc of Nebraska.
The figures telegraphed from Lin
coln concerning the official count on
Judge of Supreme Court, Congressmen
and District Attorneys, were incorrect
in several particulars. We therefore
reproduce the report of thecanvass and
its findings that appears in the Lincoln
Journal of the 21st. The State Board
of Canvassers, consisting of the Gover
nor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treas
urer and Commissioner of Public Lands
and Buildings, canvassed the returns
on tht following named candidates yes
terday. Below we append the official
vote and majorities:
Total vote Majority.
Cobb 2S.9M 6,785
Majors 28,L'2l 7,C7
V ale u Li tie 2S.t37 6,685
.... 1 "illWll
u , Wolf... 2,715
1,1 District ) Ferguson 4.1S
3il Dutrict ;rt.01ie 3 60
. S Scotteld 3.K77
mul'ul"u Neville 1 SW2
Two suits are in the Courts now of
a novel nature. One the claim of J. II.
Pearman against Mr. Robbr the Reve
nue Collector for services in getting
Newman (the old collector) removed
and Robb appointed; and the other
against a Washington newspaper cor
respondent for getting a Chicago offi
cial removed through some letters he
accidentally got hold of which were
written to Gen. Grant. The Lincoln
Journal makes these comments, and
we agree tooth and toe-nail.
When a man employs another to get
him an office by prying around and se
curing tho downfall of another, he
ought to be forced to pay him, and
when a man, by stealing private pa
pers, the contents of which are not
criminal, and do not concern the pub
lic, succeeds in depriving a reputable
gentleman of an office, ho ought to be
made to pay the penalty of a common
libeller, with exemplary damages for
the sneaking way in which the libel
was committed. If the plaintiff in
these suits win, it will somewhat dis
courage tho office brokerage business.
The figures in the tables may be re
lied upon as correct. They have been
carefully compiled from official sources
in the treasury department, and are
presented as entirely trustworthy.
They show these results:
1. That since 1SC0 (the beginning of
the Grant administration) the total ex
penditures, less redemption of public
debt, have fallen from S322.S93,07D.51
in 1SG9 to $23,459,797.3; in 137G.
2. That the ordinary expenditures
have fallen from .3112,970.103.29 iu 18
09 to S110,1S5,:J34.6'J in 1S70.
3. That the per capita proiortion of
ordinary expenditures was $2.90 in 1S-
69. and was 62.44 iu 1870.
4. That the per capita proportion of
extraordinary expenditures and those
duo to the rebellion was 83.5(5 in 1869,
and S3.27 in 187G.
5. That the expenses duo to the re
bellion were:?199.G23,Gi2.24 in 18G!),and
8140,919,079.23 in 1876, or nearly 812,-
000,000 a month, and nearly 8100,000 a
This is (lis cost the country le now
paying for having trusted the demo
cratic party with the management ot
its affairs. We commend these figures
to the careful study of the people. They
need no comment. Ex.
Three Groves, Neb., Nov. 23, 1878.
Ed. Herald: Since the election
fever has fairly subsided business has
again commenced to move and every
thiug seems to bo in a prosperous con
dition among the farming community
The weather being so nice and favor
able it has a tendency to push corn
husking rapidly, and which has been
in full blast for a month or more
Corn yields well and seems to be a
better quality than has been raised for
a number of years; the average is
about 50 bushels per acre all over this
vicinity. Wheat good generally, but
not so good a yield as expected at har
vest, from 10 to 13 bushels per acre
would be a fair estimate in this local
ity. Oats, rather a poor crop; wont
pay for harvesting and threshing, in a
great many instances.
Mr. J. A. Gibson has charge of the
school department at this place. As a
teacher ho seems to understand his
business, and gives good satisfaction
throughout the district. In connec
tion with the day school he has a spel
ling bee every week. As wo are al
ways interested in spelling bees, we
were present on Thursday night of
this week. Glad to see them spell so
well ; but we don't approve of some of
Mr. Gibson's rules in spelling, at least
they are new to us.
We noticed that somo of tho mis
chievous boys indulged too freely in
benzine, which made it very unpleas
ant for those presett. We mention
no names this time, hoping that our
attention will not be called to such
riotous Amusement again.
Church services are held every two
weeks at the brick school house, by
Rev. Donisthorpe, at 10 o'clock a.m.;
also at Rock Creek, at 3 p. m.
Quite a number of beef cattle have
been brought into the neighborhood
recently and are consuming a large
portion of the corn crop. Wm. Royal,
of Rock Bluffs, carpenter and builder,
had two of his fiugers severed from his
hand a few days ago, while working in
the saw mill at that place.
Yours, truly, Reporter.
Weeping Water Notes.
A. P. Miller, from Illinois, formerly
of this place, has been spending a few
Dr. Wright has gone to Missouri to
visit friends there.
Services Sabbath evening in both
churches, henceforth till further no
tice, will begin at half past seven
The roads in and around Weeping
Water haye been greatly improved in
the last month by the efforts of our
able supervisor, L. D. Huuter.
Sidewalks good sidewalks have
been constructed very rapidly around j
town for a week or two. By the way,
the crossing near Lambing's wagon
shop would look'much better if it were
in one and the same straight line with
the sidewalk on each side-of said cross
ing. The sidewalks must all be com
Tho pulpit of the Congregational
church was occupied for the last two
Sabbaths by Rev. Wm. Ross, from
There is a photographer in town.
Our schools close to-morrow. There
is a general impression in the place :
that it is high time something was
done with regard to our schools. More
on this topic next week. From
In giving specimens of compliment
ary notices from other papers about
their enlargement, &c, the Sidney Tel
egraph comes out thusly:
" The Irish fiend of the Plattsmouth
Watchman a paper edited as no oth
er paper could be, and yet which is to
day the wonder of the State is as
outre as ever when he says: 'Brainerd,
the cuss of the sable eminences, has
reconnected himself with the Sidney
Telegraph; he's a jolly good boy.'"
KrORTKl B F. K. WHITE.
Wheat. No. 2
Barley, No. 2 .
latest sew yorx markets
Nkw "VoiiK. Nov. 20.
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N.ilive Cat tie .1 5vJ?4 05
Te.:;s Cattie 2 70i.3 10
Ilojts 3 303.50
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Rich Blood, and will completely change the
blood in the entire system in three months.
Any person who will take t pill each niht from
1 to 12 weeks may he reFtored to sound health,
if such a tliinii be possible. Sent bv mail f-r 8
letter stamps. 1. &. JOIXKHOX &. CO.,
yy WEAK. BACK
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER
Tliis article Is one which really possesses
xtraordinary merit. By cocsuiting reliabl-
;ind that the above is tru. It is far superi y
nr to trie ordinary porous piaster, an tne so-E-alleJ
electrical anoliances. and to all exter
nal remedies whatever. It contains entire
1i v new elements which cause it to relieve
l;ain at once, strengthen and cure where oth-
r piasters will not even relieve. For Lame
ness or weakness of the back, diseased Kid
leys, Luni; and Chest Difficulties, Rheuma
tism. Necleeted Colds. Female Affections.
nod all local aches and paius it is simph
ihe best remedy ever devised, bold by all
IDrunelste. 1'rice 25 Cents. i
pleted before next Sunday,
saith the Citv Council.
JbS rfiniinnr.n I
I II III
T HE OLD RELIABLE
lO.VIlMOL'JS ALL-KAIL liOt 1L!
SO CHANCE OF CARS!
ONE i;0AD,0NE MANAGEMENT!
From cnsKr:i.is to
PittSuGitli, Harristiiirg, .
PiiilaSeliiliia & New Tort.
Cirent Short Line
VIA HEW YORK CITY.
Reaches all Points in Pennsylvania
and New Jersey.
Pullman Palace Cars
ON ALL EXPRESS TRAINS I
KQUin-ED -WITH TOK CELKBRATED
WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKES
Jannej' New Tatcut Safety Platform
Elegant Eating Houses
WITH AMPLE TIME FOR MEALS.
THREE EXPRESS TRAINS
LEAVE CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS
H.OO A. 31. SPECIAL FAST EXPRESS EX
With the popular Vestibule Sleeping Car
Peaches Pittsburgh, 2 :30 a. m. ; Harrbduirg,
11 :45 a. in. : Philadelphia. 4 :U0 p.!m. ; New York
6 :45 p. m. ; Boston, 6 :13 a. m. ; Baltimore 0 :30
p. m. ; Washington, 9 :X p. m., next day.
5:13 1. 51. Atlantic Ep. (Bally)
With Drawing-Room and Hotel Car.
Peaches Pittsburgh, 12:15 p. m. ; Harrisburfc,
IO.-.td p. in. ; Philadelphia, 3 :&i a. in. ; New York
6 :4.r a. in. ; Special Philadelphia Nleepiiri Car
on this Train, which remains in deiot until 7 :'M
a. in., affording Philadelphia passengers a full
9:10 P. M. Night Exp. Except Saturd'y.
With Dratring-Room Sleeping Car.
Beaches Fittfburirh 7 :.to p. m. ; ITarrisburg,
3 ) a. m. ; Baltimore. 7 :4" a. in. ; Washington
9 :05 a. m. ; Philadelphia, 8 :30 a. in. ; New ork,
10 :3 a. in. ; Boston, t : M p. in. Through Balti
lnoie and Washington Sleeping Car on this
FARE ALWAYS A3 LOW A3 ANT OTIIKR LINK.
;r."Throuh Tickets for Sale at rill Principal
Points in the West. A-k for thmi via the FUET
WAYNE & PENNSYLVANIA LINE.
F. 11. MY Kits,
45ly Gen. ras. & Ticket Agt., CiiicAr.o.
3 53 c 23
C U vj
P p p
zz o o
To Magazine Club-Getters
3-BUTTQK KID GLOVES,
FKENCU AND ENGLISH CASIIsiEKE
and Eimant SILK DItESS PATTKIiXS.
GIVES 1 X P It K M I V JI S
for Subscriber, at Chth ltalf.r.o
Arllnr's las Haoziie
TKItS7: 2 2J a Year, with a larire reduc
tion for Clubs. Specimen Nnmher. Joe.
fiSeiid for Club-Getter's Special Circular,
euiitaining full paniculars of this splendid offer.
T. S. AurHi n & Sox, 2J7 S. Sixth St., Phila.
has once more
wlio is, 011 and after
LEGANT TYL I I .
Mr. Weckbach having gone into tho Lumbei business 1 propose to run tlio
old EMl'IKE awliile myself.
We are In almost daily receipt of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
which we offer our friends and the public at
Wholesale mul ESetiaill,
at prices to cult the times.
Cashmeres, Alpacas, Delaines, &e.
Calicos, from 12 to 16 Yards for $1.00.
Muslins, from 6 cts. a yard upward
The finest stock of White Bedspread ever
Buell's Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonades in
Hoots asncl SIioea
Croeerles aasil Pfiovisioaas
OF AM. KINDS.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
I desire to see all my old patrons buck and want to hoM as manv of th
preenst ones as I can FJIANJC (H'TIIMAN.
REMEMBER THE PLACE, ONE DOOR WEST OF P. O.,
20Iy PLATTSMOUTH, NEJIRA SK. I
DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, SILK SCARPS,
WHITE GOODS. TOWELS, TABLE LINEN,
DOMESTICS, CO U SETS, NOTIONS,
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, ETC., , ETC.
A Full Assortment of
COIVSTAiXTLY KEPT OIN HAND.
CALIFO XI A DKIED AXD CANNED FKUITS
Country Produce Taken in Exchange
" come bad" to
this date sole proprietor.
hroucht to the Citv.
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