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THE HE II AL J)
published Vi:i:v thuksday
PL ATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Ob Vlrws St., One Clock North of Main,
Corner of FifUi Street.
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JHO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor. J
(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
lAM Advertising bills etuc fiuarlsily.
5 .r-Tr:ni'!:-;-nt aJTerUsemcnls must b pr.li
for In advance.
It ti I'ST CIlUTIiVTIOV OF AXV
MI'KKI.V CAM COIXI'Y.
Terms, in Advance :
fines rny, on? year
One coj y. six months
")nj copy, throe mouths
VOLUME XV. f
PL ATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1870.
J nni roj . (,f t!:e IlFi:Ar.-i f .r s,l at
.1. mi2,;i!. tlio IVi-toilici; irv !( (iMt, M.nr
fK ri.ATTSMOUTn, NELKASKA,
THTI-i:, 1IASXA A CLAUK
K. I iv hi.
A. W. Mi I. M c.Hl.IX...
iON II O l'.ol KKK
This r.:mk l-i now oM'ii fr lnirif rit their
ucw rourii. onrivr M;mi uml Sixth st ttts, anil
Iin-j'.in-d to transact a j;riiiral
Sick, Bonds, Gold, Government and Local
I50UGIIT AND SOLD.
l'ejK!fitv lli-re i red and luff rest Allow
ed on Time Ctrtijbatts.
AaJ.l.l'J in any part of the Unite. 1 .statet ami
!u tl.e rrin-iiial Towns ami fit its
tyl Kin i,".
ac "roil tiic
Inman Line and Allan Line
OF STKA M I'.ttS.
Person wishing to hiin; out their fjii'U'ls from
l'ttCIIA'KTICKKTS KJioM CS
Tkroush to (' 1 a 1 1 s m o u t Ii .
(JLIUCEKIES OF ALL KIXP8.
I.ar" .-lurk of
EOOTS and SHOES
1'LOSEI) OUT AT COST
j.iul iii faet ovorytbins Hie.in call lor in
the line of
PAID FOP. lllliKS AMI Fl'KS.
A.i kimls of ooiilitry nodine takcrii in rx
e!iii:u'i! lui goods.
O -i! '.el ill
b a? o vss,
w Lrr jKii at-j:
tve, r ri .. i n'.
Vi.,; Dia East of t'.ie Pct-or:ii
Practical Workers in
heft iiiox, z::;c, r.v. j:i:a-
Z'Ell V, et c, tt '-.
f ar-r.' a' -' tL:'-pt . i !l anf. Soft
I'uini s, Class I'iiM-s ami l'it'.ings.
Woed a:.:1. Cnai Stoves f ,r
1IEAT1: Oil C00KIN(S,
Always on Hand,
r'vry v niotv of Tin. s;eet Iron, ami Zinc
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
l.me on Short Nmice.
tjr f.v fiJi'Tii 1 n p.'.i .'..'. 1 a "ry.ru .'v;
GEST FARMING LANDS
FOK SALE EY
IX SflBit VSIiA.
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Yearn Credit ett C 2)rr cent lute rest.
S'.c Ye :rs Cndtt ul G ) e-nt Interest,
and 20jcr re id- Pis- mint.
Oter Liberal Discount Vnv a1i
Itholiatc 0:1 I'nr't ami l're;;rlit,
ivnd l'reiiiii:ii) lor Iiiiprovc
ioc;if P.iiiit hlets and Map, containing fall partic
tiiars w iii l.e in e to ai:) part of the !
mi on a !!; li :it ion to
LAN I) COMMISSION Fit. P.. & M II. E.
I I.NU.il.N N K.lll't A .-I. A.
A. Sclilcgol & Bro.,
Manuf utiirvis i f
And dealer.-, iu
FANCY SMOKEKS A.'iTK LES, SMOKING
T 0 15 ACCO'S.
Special P.KAN I S and si.s of C I G A 1 ! S made to
older, and satisfaction guaranteed." Chjar
clippings .old for smoking tobacco.
Haiti St. one dooi west of Saunders House.
1L ATTSMOUTH, NCR. 101y
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
Hain Street, rioite SenrtiJers House.
SHAVING AND S II a M I'OOl N G
Espeeml attenGc-i.-gi-?1, t
CUTTING CHILPUEX'ti AXP LA
PI AH HAUL
err ivn err Iinriw o t-s..' i
AL.lv AAi L.l lUt). h, OhNTfc, j
....1 .. 1. ........ ;.. .. 1
Dr.XTI.ST. and Hnnia palhio I'liy-ii-ian. Of
fice roriK-r Mam ainl r.lh st's., over lleroM's
store, l'lattsniimtli. Nel. 2ly
T. It. WILKOX,
ATTOItXJ.YAT LAW. fratlcos in Saun-dei-M
ami Cass C'ouutii-s. Ashland, Neblaska.
It. It. 1VIM)II All,
ATTHUNT.V AT I..WV, I'l.tt tsmont h. Xfb. Of-lUc-Krunl
ilui'iu over Chapman A- Smith's
1 rtijr Stni '-. 4:iiy
Jt. 1C. MVlXtiSTUX, 31. I,
OFFICE MOCKS, from 10 a. 111., to 2 p. m.
Exaii'inii: Siiiiicon for I'. S. IVnsion.
Ilt. . II. NCIUMIKMX'HT,
I'KAf'TISING TIIVSICIAX. will atteDi rails
at all hours, riijrlit or clay, l'lattsmonth. e-
rn.ska. Oli'n-e in t haiimaii cc Smith's Drn
AITOKN'K V AT LAW anil Ileal Kstate Bro
ker. Special atir-nl.on mveii to Collections
and a'l matters a tic rtimj tl'.e title t real estate.
OHii-e on 2.1 Iluor, over I'ost Uliice. i'lutlsinouth,
c-l raska. 40 I.
jA3ii-:s 1:. .flOKKISO.V.
ATTOUNKY AT LAW. Will praetic-p in Cass
niiil ailjnii'.iiiX Counties ; t-'ives s; ml attention
to ciill.-ciinns ami attracts ,,f t it 1-. ittice with
Geo. S. Smith, i'it','elaul Uloek, I'l.ltlsmonl h,
Nebraska. " lTyl
i. 11. t iii:s:i,f.i: a co.
LAW tirriCJi. l;, ai I. taie. Fire and Lifeln
sur.n.ei; As'i nis, I hitisinnutli. Nc lra.ska. Col
ic -T'r-. tax -pavem. Have a com; !ete ab"traet
c.ft:;iis. i;ny "and sell real estate, negotiate
loans. M'. I5yl
.5. if. 11 A t.l,. .'I. I.
l HYiCI.VN" jM SL'KCiKON.
OFFICE il!i !r. Livingston Sontli Side of
Main S'lei t. !ictwceni;ik mid 7th sticets. Will
aileiri c alls pi oiiii.tly. 4ty 1
ii AV. l'l,I TT!:it,
5IaS tsmcMit li. Xcliraska.
Office on Main Street over T. Vt. S'.uyork's
Fi;ri.n me Store. 3 My
JiA5I. ?I. cl'JI AJ'MAX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery. Office in Fit7.?er
1 iyl l'l. AT'l S.'-Ic 1 t'TI I, NEP..
I). It. W!l KRI.KU,
WHEELER & STONE,
ATT011NEVS AT LAW,
c ::aiic.j;s n"Ai:::..
Place of l,t;sfii"srt 011 Mh'ti St.. I ctvceil 4th
; I r i . .! 11 ici.s. Sii.imi'oollij, Shaii:y:, cllil
iii 1 :i 's hair cm ! iiu. c lc. c ic. 1 '.'!'
.. J. I21HOFF, - - - Vrourutnr.
1 Pi t ki.ou n ali i mot pop'tl.tr Laadlord
in tl.e .stale. .M..i.. .-: i'i ai me 1 oaiiMciviul.
LEXilob'F tf- i;(f.y;;s.
, i , "! Ar xi
1 : e c'nx-r of t !
:ii:ai'ii-.j H-;:sc. V.'c
Beer, Win e3, Liouois&Cigai.
C:'l!i'.t (.: :.:: :" -,:i if -ml.
7 . .n. O'JlEh'OIlY, - - - Fiopritt ir.
I.oe.uioti Cc t !;:;l. Oond Sample K00111..
E .! :ttte.:'.i-:n p. id to icsts. 4";:irt
Pi. AT T-.J.il Til. ..... N'KII
occ i) ev rA Yr:i!0Ti-7L"r
i -1 ; r: mo n t, n i-: i i 1 : a s k a.,
FHAXK FA II'.' ELL - - - Prop.
Good rooms. 00;: board, and e very thinjj in
aj.plc oi order. G.it.j the (' :: U-ntal when
Villi vi-it Fre;f.ont. Mtf
I'LA'fT v i-1!. Til, Xl'.ii.
C. IIYAVA., - Irossslor.
Flour, Ciiii :--al d- Iid
AIw-.ivs en l:'tid si!,d for -:!'; at pi -a est cash
I oi ii'i s. 'i In-fi-l 11 :c.s ni id to!- Wncvit ami
Cc-in. Pa.rtlcal.ir atlep.lion lt o c ii-toiu work.
XT1 0 TJ XT AD
MACliIXE SHOPS !
pi. -.7 : ! a 1 :!. 1 r...
U'-pnircr .'i'-n.i Fuji. fx, P'd.hrs,
.V .'" I (J; i;t Jit' 11
c;as ami nteam i'ii'Ti-:t;s.
t'rouv':t Ir ci !':.'. Fere.- an. 1 F.if: Pipes. Steam
..ill S: . 1 - ;.' v e Gov ertioi's. ami all
khiesot i';iss l";-,;ine I" i i : 1 r.;;s,
H-p-aired on -'ici'l noli
M A C H I M K H
A. L. MARSHA
. t 1115 IT I
k 1KJ Lit
J 1 1. UilA ii Ji,
iT.iirr m i i:i y:' . sn.i's. ron.yr auti-
ff.ys. r.HMS A- OL.V. LAMPS ,r,ld
! r.A m r ( tons, sr.'.rpexyiiv. foyyyc-
TioSyUILS, 1 I'.lA ri li. 7C. I US, Ac.
Tvo.cr:pt ions Carefully Comoa nlcd day or
n:;!:!. l.'eni.-m'i.-r the j. lace, .1 ;;.- h ui
"jloot ,v Ma c' & liny S'.o-e.
AYcej-.ii? AVatcr, - rVt-lr:iIiR. V.u
Till. IftlLNi) of all::
"1 l.ad no ar-tn lire ; Hollo way's Pi. is gave me
a In-: It y op.c "'
" Vinir Pii'.s are t'i'ii veil ens."
"1 scn,l for another bo-x ai. ! kc: p tl.em iu the
"in . II'!o av l-.::s r-ired mv he:i lac ':e that
j "I ;:lTe otic of Vo ir Pills to mv babe . V.ol
i er e i.iiiiI.ik 1 !, o; 1 le dear i. ot v e il j,, ;. ,i .-, y.
,'iv i::iii-ea hi ;i i,..rii:u' is rmv caied.
"Yonr!..,x i !'.,;;:. v.c.v 's ointii'ci.t .-iircd mi
of ao.-.-s in ?i.. .,-:,! I'rt.bbc.l M'lia.- of vciir
Omfai't.t l-e'ii:ml thecal--, and iii noi-c' ha
' .-!.! me two b- s; 1 v. a:.to;.c f.-r a poor
-I ,:.y T.,M- a dollar; yo t price centf but
the moo '. in" ! i.-.e is -.viiali a eoll.i , .'
"Si i:d me live boxes l your rii:."
"Let me have tliiec b -v. - of jour Pill l,y ri.
ti:;n mad. lor Cbills and I', v -r.''
1 iiave over 200 sn-li ! i onoiiiafs ai thee
Imt w ai.t of s;tc-e compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions i f tile l.in. t'd- Oiiiiiiie?t is
mo-t inva'i.able. !t does not heal externally
alone. I...1 pcin: 1 ai i s v-i'li tl-c nno, st .iieiiing
effects to tin.- very root vt the evii.
Possessed of t';i- KEMED V. '"very Man maybe
his own Doctor. It t:..' v be ruM-ad into iiie
system, ui as to tench any internal complaint :
bv lhese means if cures ;" i.;esor Cleers'iu the
Til KO.VT, STOMACH. LIN El:. lTst-:. r otli
er parts. It is mi I nta 1 :b!e Kemed v for PAD
LEGS. PAD p.K EASTS, C.mtraetcit or Stiff
Joints. ccl'I, KHEUMATiSM, and all Skin
iMi-fli-.TANT CAfTiov. None are genuine
unless t In- so-na! ore of J. Havuoc k. as .-cent
f"r the l.'niti-l s;,f.,, snrrouuds c;,eti box of
l-iils nn.l oitm.,,t. P.ox-s;l! 20 c, tus, r,2 cents.
I Tln'iv i . c otisi.Ien.i.l.
saving bv taKio
'in- -r r -1 . it . ?
A. S. PADDOCK. C. S. Senator, ppatriec.
ALYIN SACMiKltS. I. S. Senator, Omaha,
THUS. .1. MA.IoPS, Leprcseiitative. Peru.
ALPINCS NANt'K, Goverfior, Lincoln.
S. .1. ALEXANDER. Sec-rel a rv of State.
V. W. LEI DTK E, Auditor. Lincoln.
(L M. HA P I I. KI T, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. it. Thompson, Supt. Public Instruction.
K. M. DAVIS, Land Commi.-fioiier.
'. J. DILWOC'I II. Attorney General.
KEY. C. G. HAI.'I.'IS. Chaplain of Penitentiary.
Id;. II. P. MATTHEWSON, Supt. Hospital for
. the Insane.
.S. MAXWELL. Chief Justice, Fremont.
GE . I;. LA K K. malia.
AMASA COlJli, Lincoln.
tecourt Judicial District.
S. P.. POT'ND. Jiidae, Lincoln.
.1. C. WATSON, Prosi-cntinn-Att'y. Neb. Citv.
AV. L. WELLS, Clerk Dint. Court, l'lattsmonth.
A. N. SPI.LIYAN, County Judge.
.1. D. Tl'TT. Counl v lelK.
J. M. PATTElisc ,', County Treasurer.
It. W. HYUKS. Sheriff.
1. W. FA II! FIELD. Surveyor.
G. HILDEKUAND, Coioner.
llll'NTV COM MISSION KKS.
1IFNPY Wof.FE. Liberty Precinc t.
JAMES Cl.'WVl oKD. South P.encl Precinct.
SAM E lilCilAUDSON. Mt. l'leasant l'reulnct.
J. W. JOHNSON, Mavor.
J. M. i'A I I EPSON, Treasurer.
J. D. SIMPSON. City Clerk.
KICIIAKD VIVIAN. Poli.e Jiule.
P. 15. Ml UPHY.Citv Marshal.
WM. L. ELLS. Chief of Flic Dept.
c: n 1 13! t.s.
1st Vvard-.I. PEPPEltp.EKc:, Y. V. LFONAP.I).
2d Ward G. W. FA1KF1ELD, J. Y. WECK-
3d Ward-U. C. TSIIING. TIIOS. POLLOCK.
4th Ward P. .M CALLAN. E. S. SHAKE.
7WAt-JN'0. W. ?IA1.'SHALL.
B. & M. R. R,.Time Table.
Tahimj FJ-evt Mety 4, 1879.
FOlt OMAHA FEOM rLATTSMOETII.
Leaves 7 :(' a. m. Arrives S !. a. in.
" 3 :5' p. 111. " 4 :5j p. m.
FEOM OMAHA FOE rLATTSMOCTII.
Leaves 9 :10 a. m. An ives lo :t,i a. m.
" . 0 :eo p. m. ' T :io p.. m.
i on THE AY EST.
Iea vi s Plattsmoii! h 3 :4" a. m. Anives Lin
coln. 12 -!.' p. in. ; Arrive.-- Iveatuey, 7: i p. in.
Freight leaves j :no a. m. Ar. Lincoln 2 :.V p.m.
FitiJM Tin; WEST.
Leaves Kearney, ( :50 a. m. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .30 p. m. Arrives Piattsmouth. 4 :2o p. m
Freight h aves Lincoln 11 :4; a. 1.1. Arrives
Pia'.tiiMoi.ih, 4 :.'' p. in.
Express. 6 :15 a. m.
l'asser.i-r, (train eacli day 4 :2C p. in., except
Satuiday. Every third Saturday a train con
nects at the usual nm.
K. V. K. Ii. r'Ime Talilo.
iTahinu KJcet Smuhiil. Airc.' 2.'S, 1370.
.r. av.pm !
ti :27 1
c: :,s j
7 :25 I
s ;", '
ti :ln i
l'l. I E GILL.
LED ICl f).
1 A VALE.
' 1 ; i i: 1 ( N.
Fi'.A : K 1.1 N.
p.;. i ;om i :
I 8 :;,."am
' C ::io
' r -.::
v. s., .n. . ii. rs. tiis: Tin 2.2:
V. i.i WAKD.
Leave cb'a . -o l'i js.im to r ipai
Me:: ; 1 aspin I t.'sini
" Gal. ,,:, - ; 4 ".."pai .ri .':i;m
1 i-:' i i u . n 1 -i'.'iii-x s Man:
" l.'.ii.:' .i:i M "";in 11 :.il:i
t h i: i; ::i 1 i al l 2 l." piii
" C"Iiim 4' i:.i r 1 ! !il
lo il c i.i k 7 ! : in 8 j ; m
Air. 1 l.iltsjau-itis . U2'iam,
I.e'ive PI.o t -I'lotHli :: ."'iipm " "amn
;;.m1 ' ).. ;; oopm s .v.am
' Cie.ton pi .-.;a ii i U l.",am
Cii:.! 'i":i 12 ."m 2 I'pi.i
0;iu:uva a io-m iapm
P.mlin'tton c; v.tjai l ;p:n
" Gch-sliiii j; .. .- iuu li i. .'Jim
-ii.'.ot.i 12 t'plll a ie.Mll
Arriv hiea.o .;:;np!ii: 7 oeam
ON LY 27 HOj:.S To St. LGFiS bv the new
Pol I E ji:! i pe: ; d v: i MON.MOL'TII. l'CI.L
MAN PALACE SLEEPING CAES run from
P.iirli.igtoii to St. I.iiis without chan.ue.
P.Y LEAVING PLATTSMOUTH AT 3 :..0 P.
M.. you arrive- in Sr. I.oi'lS theuext eveningat
K :2( and h'avimj St. Louis at s :.i) a. m.. you ar
rive in i ! i: i - inoiit li 9 :-'' t lie next inoi nii;ir.
Coupon Tickets for sale for all points North,
South, Fast and We.st.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Ticket Agent.
Co n. Western IV ss. Agent.
J. M. l'.F.' il r t. Ajent. l'lattsmonth.
. : a ,
STII0P A LEEDLE!
Pa fore iTecidlng what Meat Market von are gr
1ns to patronie during IS7:. call in and see
M.iin St.. PlattMiic.uth. Neb.,
Who is on dec 1: v ith nice i:.uts and Steaks.
Irish FIhi. I'cef. Imk. Veal. Mutton,
I'ouli ry, everv thing in I m line.
Prh-ct a.i L,r a H e f.u ; l, ;-c iinl
r I ir(-e n;.,. ,.
STltKlGKT & jI1LLEL
Ifeirnrss Man 'furtunrs,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
G It OCT R Y STOKE,
Kemeniher the place opposite E. G. Dovev's
0:1 Lower Mairi Stii-i-t.
ZTllF.iajTT f- MILLED: ,
The Fanner's "Wife.
tJp with the birds In the early morning:
The dewdrop glows like a precious Rem ;
Ecautiful tints In the skies are dawning,
But she's never a moment to look at tliera.
The men are wnntin.:; their breakfast early,
She must not linger, she lnut nut wait ;
For words that are sharp and looks that are
Are what men give them when meals are late.
Oh, plorious colors the clouds are turning.
If she would b'.it look over hills and trees ;
But here are the cJLhei and here is the ctiuru-
Those things' must always yl.tld to these.
The world is filled with the wine of beauty,
If she could pauS'i and drink it in ;
Eut pleasure, she fays, must wait for duty
Neglected work Is committed sin.
The day grows hot and the fcnndsgrow weary ;
Oil, for an hour to cool her head
Oat with the birds in the v lads so cheer) 1
Hut she iiiisst gxt dinner and bake the bread.
The busy men in the l.ny fli ld working-,
If they saw her sitting with Idle hand,
Would think her lai'y, and cull it .shirking-,
Aijd she could never make them understand.
They do not know thjt the heait wit'ain her
Hungers for beauty and things sublime ;
They only know Unit they want their dinner
Plenty of it and Just "on time."
And after the sweeping and churning and bak
ing And dinner dishes are all put by,
Bhe sits and sews, though her head Is aching,
Till time f jr supper .nd "chores" draw d:k'.i.
Her boys at school must look like others,
She says, as she patches their frocks and hose ;
For tUo world D quick to censure mothers
For the least neglect of children's clothes.
Iler husband comes from field of labor,
He gives no piaise to his weiiry wife.
She's done no more than has her neighbor ;
Tis the lot of all iu country life.
But after the ttnfe and weary tussle
With life is done, and she lies at rest,
The nation's brain and heart and muscle
Her sous and dal.ieis shail call her blest.
Aial I think !he sweetest joys of Heaven,
The laiest bliss of eternal life,
And the fairest crow n of all will be given
Unto the w ay-worn farmer's w ife.
CURED OF Jl WATEK-CUEE.
Joel Newman clcc-MoJ that he could not
be a farmer. His father was ck-votcd to
iigricultual puiauita. and beemtd to like
the busiuess; but t!iat was n roason why
lie (Joclj should adc; t that blanch of
industry as-a voo.it icn. I lo tispired to
tomcthiug higher, rcgaicliug all ordinary
manual labor mititel y below his consider
ation. At the age of seventeen. Joel con
cluded to choose a iirofcssion, and con
sumed the remaining years of Ids minor
ity in determining what it should be.
Oa the very day that he was twenty-o:;-?
he decid-d that all im-io! taut cjiu-s-tiuu,
and soiemnly consecrated himself to
the healing art. This Avas certainly an
era in his existence, and destined to ex
ticise a lasting iullueiice oa his future
1'ut tlp-re Avas yet ar.rilher viiul j-oint to
be U rm iaetl what .ai ticuiar medical
j-atform would it be best for liim to
s!at:d v.j i 11. Mi a;!d he cml.-r.ica allo
pathy, hydropathy, c.r beeoioe a regular
vegauiiiuii .' it v. as no c:..sy ir.attcr for
Joel to ciioiise between Cia.en, Hahne
mann, lJie.-!n;., and the various systems
of bob-mi o-m-.'iii. al jn.u t:ee.
Having considered the iii'.iinsio value
ef water as an clement, l.a f.iaily threw
a casting veto in favor of hi"drojathy.
.Mr. s'ewiiiiin, his father, wiiiing to grat
ify his sou's wishes, accordingly packed
him oil" to a 'water-cure"' esl.ibli .hinc:it
wiiere he mig.U learn theory and practice
at the same time.
Jcel entered tijon I113 duties with an
awful sense of its re? portabilities I ressiug
r.pou him. He realized, or tried to,
that henceforth he avus to deal with that
potcut agent water, wl.icli avuuKI kill or
cure according to the way in which it was
Place a patient in the water up to his
chin, and lie may remain there fifteen or
twenty minutes without sustaining iuju
ry; but," said, the professor with increas
ing solemnity, "just rcvei so the method
of application, and put Lis head in for
half the time specified, and the conse
quence Avill be serious."'
Joel ventured to suggest that death
might be the result of such a procedure.
"You are correct," returned the profes
sor encouragingly, "ami that proves that
water is a powerful element, and requires
to be handled cautiously. Many lives
have been lost by water."
"At the time of the flood, for instance,"
remarked Joe!, timidly.
'Precisely, sir; but it was used in that
case to elfect a moral cure. It will be
Well to observe, perhaps, that Ave do not
prescribe for such complaints at this es
tablishment. AVc ileal Avholly with phys
The doctor paused a moment, and then
pointed to a large manufactory not far
"There is another Avonderful application
of water," he resumed, and xvill give you
some faint conception f its power'
"It buoys up great ships, also," added
"Ah, yes; it is truly an important cle
ment in commerce."
"Sailors literally lie on it," continued
"Young gentleman, you arc to learn at
this institution the sublime art of apply
ing this great power to the cure of dis
eases. 1 shall not develop this science to
you all at once, but gradually as your
mind expands. You may now go and
put half a dozen xvet sheets upon that
delicate voutig man xvho "came this morn
ing." 'Shall the water be entirely cold?"'
aked Joel, with a shiver, for it was a freez
ing January ctay.
"Apply it iu its natural state, Dr. New
man," replied the instructor with a gra
cious smile, "and don't heed any squeam
ish objections that any patient may make.
In all cases you Aill please follow di
rections to the letter. Tl.e young man
who Avill bo. made the subject of your
treatment is somewhat deranged iu his
mental faculties, cons-quetitiy ids eccen
tricities and peculiarities tue not to be
noticed. You will lind him in number
Almost overwhelmed with the contem
plation of the power of water, Joel sought
the room indicated, lie fouud there a
young man about his own age, "who, al
though somewhat pale,' h I not manifest any
particular symptoms of illness. He ac-
knoAvledged the ncophyts presence by a j
formal bow; the obvious weaning of i
which was: "AYill you be good enough to1 .
tell me your business T'
that this vatk-nt
.,:,l,I"' '-"rr perceived at once '
n-l'r - I
per Avorks, and took measures according
ly; he deliberately locked the door and
put the- key hi his pocket. This proceed
ing on his part caused the patient to di
late his eyes anel favor him Avith a long
and by no means friendly stare.
"Pray, sir, why do you lock my door?" he
said at length, striving to speak calmly.
"iSo that Ave may be secure from inter
ruption." "And why do you desire to be secure
from interruption in my roomf" a&ked
the patient with some severity of manner.
"I. at present, have control of this in
stitution," returned the other resolving to
suitably impress the mind of the invalid
vnlh a realizing sene of his importance.
"The deuco you have!"
'Please, don't bo profane, sir! Prepare
yourself for treatment, said Joel, with
"Yes ; take oS your clothes."
"You can't you comprehend?''
"And what do you intend to do?"
"Apply six wet sheets in succession;
give you a copious shoAver bath ; soak your
fee t in cold water; wrap your head in a
saturated towel; and
"Let me inform you. sir, that I'm not
in the right mood for joking at present;
so you will please vacate the premises
immediately," interrupted the invalid
" i ake oil' your coat, that's a good fel
low," added young Avater-cure, soothing
ly. '""Will you go, or shall I throw you out
of the window f ' reiterated the patient,
"Come, let us be reasonable. You have
come here to be cured, and the professor
has given the treatment of your peculiar
case into my hands; so let us proceed at
once to business. Here, you perceive, are
the proper materials to work Avith cold
Avater, sheets, and so forth."
"Are you a fool or a Avag?" usked the
person thus appealed to.
"I am :m humble disciple of Prcsnitz,
aid hope to be the means, with the bless
ing of Heaven, of restoring you to perfect
health. Prepare for the sheet."
"You are an entire stranger to me, f.nd
iierhaps you are ignorant oi the fact that
.am one of the principals of this estab
lishment," resumed the patient.
Joel had heard that it was a good plan
lo humor insane persons, so he concluded
that it would be the best policy to let the
invalid have his own way.
"1 Ui.oiv You c.l'O h mailed cohseo UeDce,
"i:t liia. u:S .'101 tMiclt the J leSeiit ques-
ci; .'lot neeil lo le
i. iiie rules of the
by t:.i.s lime .To.-i had prepared a sheet
in Avhich to wrap the sick man, and the
icy water was trickling through his ling
ets. The patient, as if shuck Avith anew
idea, began to take oil his coat, but the
embryo doctor could not help remarking
that there was something sinister iu the
expression of his eyes.
The gai merit Avas thrown with a jerk
upon tue back of a chair, while the own
er commenced to roll up his shirt sleeves
iu a resolute and cminods manner.
Dr. Joel began t have suspicions that
the man's intention was not quite friend
ly, and not knowing how far his insanity
might carry him, concluded that there
was not a moment to l c lost, and to open
ing the saturated sheet with a sudden
movement, ran forward and threw it over
his hca 1. and ch.--ped his arm.? about his
victim, thus eilectually pinioning him.
The sick mm Avas for a moment rend
ered helpless, and was in a partial state of
suffocation, Avhilc the chilling element,
Avhich had been subjected to a January
atmosphere, xvas pouring down his per
son, striking a deadly shiver to the mar
row of his bones.
The poor crazy gentlemnn, finding his
position Avas dieadiully unplea.-atd. made
a tremendous eltort to recover Ins liberty.
The doctor and his patient both xvent
down together, the latter kicking, strug
'diny, and swearing to the extent of his
They rolled over and over, ups'ot chairs,
bowls, and baths, producing a general fu
rore among the moA-ablea in the apart
nunt. Joel, thinking his reputation at
stake, persisted with a pertcnacity worthy
of any cause, in keeping the highly
medicated sheet e.ver his patient's head,
notwithstanding his gurgling, muttered
imprecations and continued I'oundering.
llendered completely de.-perate at
length by the agonic- of suffocation, the
derangcel gentleman succeeded, by a
mighty convulsion, in shaking oil' his per.
secutor, and then rang the bell furiously.
The peremptory summons was instant
ly answered, and steps were heard on the
"IJurst open the door,'" shouted the In
oatie. The order Avas immediately obeyed, and
two attendants et,te:ing, fcund the parties
staring at each other panting for breath.
"Seize this man and prepare him for
the wet i.h-eet," said toe patient authorita
tively. "He is a maniac, and has just had
a violent paroxysm of madness."
No sooner said than done. The two at
tendants fastened upon voung water-cure
like poverty to an honest man, amtiiewas
soon divested of clothing, Jiotvvitlisiauding
his vehement protestations that there was
A terrible chill shook his frame when
he saw the sheet approaching, fresh and
chipping from the water, lie could not
lor the Lie ot Lim sen press a nervous:
scream when the freezing shroud was un
ocicmonlously wrapped about him, and
In; Wits bunched h.to a bed and strapped
"There, my fellow. I'll teach you what
it costs to play oil" jokes upon me," said
the crazy man, with a maliciou3 grin, at
the same time taking his coat upon his
arm, and leaving lr more comfortable
"Who is he?" rucked our hero of one cf
"Why, that's Dr. Fiood, one of the prin
cipals of the e-t djiishment "' was the
Upon hearing this piece of information
Joel's teeth eh. ill .red more violently than
ever, and l.e IV It cheap eiio-ugh to be sold
lor a very small sum of ready money.
He was kept uud-A treatment neat iy all
day, and had ample time and opportuni
ty to reflect on the beauties of w:;ter-c ute
Uefore night the aiiair "leaked out,'
reached the ears cf the prof.vsor, and was
soon known to all the inmates of the
house, producing much talk and merri
ment. "When our aspirant Avas fairly released
he had changed his mind in regard to
hydropathy, and concluded to adopt some
i other profession. He was fully com raced
tuat water was a potent agent, but must
be applied judiciously ; and Avas eiuite as
certain mat ne naci mistaken number nve
for number four. At any rate, in his own
experience, he had found it, as he alihm-
,"! "powerful cold in January."
A" b't f!'.-r dark the ensuing iJkt a
young man of just Joel's size and com
plexion was seen to enter a stage-coach
that passed the elder Newman's farm once
every twenty-four hours; whether that in
dividual was our hero we will leave the
reader to judge:
Killer 011 tUo "Bucolic Tress."
Those persons vrho for same inscrut
able purpose of providence are permit
ted to bray as editors of the bucolic
press in Nebraska, wero, at last ac
counts, lost atnongother specimens of
the vegetable kingdom in Shaw's
grounds at st. Louis. Mr. bhaw will
rind great dimcuity in assorting some
members of that crowd from the small
er variety of cabbages in his kitchen
garden. We commiserate Mr. Shaw
and the cabbages poor things! Oma
The above, while only an averago
specimen of Herald blackguardism is
especially odious from its contemptu
ous violation of those sentiments of
fellow-feeling si ml honor1 which should
and do characterize the representatives
of other professions. If a leading law
yer, doctor or clergyman should thus
speak of the great body of his profes
sional brethren whoso crime it might
bo to occupy a humble position, he
would verv speedily liud his occupa
tion gone. Vhy a man who happens
to bo an editor cm better claim the
prerogative of egotistic seif-suilicieKey
to ubtisi; th rani; and hie of an honor
able1 trofc-bsion of which he asstimes
to be chii i' ti.s the editor of the Her
ald does assume to be chief among Ne
br.i.skn journalists is not apparent to
the naked eye. Th editors of Nebras
ka and especially the editors of "the
bucolic press" ate; not in any respect
behind Avhat the edifcor of the Herald
assumes to be w hen ho affects the role
of the gentleman, the scholar and
the patriot. They are an enter
prising, industrious, loyal ami helpful
race. The strength of the weekly
press of the state lies far more among
the people than does that of the daily
press Avith ::11 its pretensions to supe
ri r character and influence. No more
se'f-saeriiicing and disinterested body
of men adorn and honor any profession
in the state. They are the bone and
sinew of all that is most efficient and
useful in Nebraska journalism. -y
virtue of their services they arc tl.e
humblest of them, entitled equally
with the editor of the Herald to the
"customary courtesies" of transporta
tion and commerce. Republican.
Weeping Water Note.
Horse training is the order of the
liaiii has blessed this part since last
we wrote and crops have improved
Perhaps it would bo well if I give
this week a list of our business firms,
so that the. county in general may know
that they can procure anything at W.
W. We have three mills all iu good
running order, one owned by Clinton
Sc Johnson, one by J. Tewksbury and
the other by Wave Allen (our Green
back Allen); Dry goods and groceries,
Fleming v'c Itace and Keel Kros; Hard
ware. Woods Bros, and Chase ei Co.;
Drugstore, A L. Marshall and P. S.
Karnes; Furniture, C. Thorngate; Har
ness maker, (i. Kerry; Watchmaker, S.
K. Potter; Implement store, Karnes fc
Parkins; Koots cc shoes, J. Marshall $:
Son; Refreshment house J. A. McDon
ald ; Meat market, Sam Ripley; Feed
and livery stable, Ja. (Tisbee ;ind Ilig
ler ; Land agent, F. M. Woleott; Klack
sui'ths, D. Jones and G. Lambring;
Wagonmuker, Russell; Dressmakers
and milliners, Mrs. Joseph, Miss Kates
and Mrs. Sayles; Physicians, W. D.
Giboon. and J. W. Thomas ; Sewing ma
chine agent, J. X. Kr-ithly ; Kuilders,
Rutnor and Kivctt; Painter, Krossmer;
Lawyer, Udell; Justice of the peace, J.
Chase; Weeping Water House, lligler;
all of the above linns are doing a :;ood
business, am! a number will be added
Mr. Spore's son was badly bitten by
a rattlesnake on Thursday last think
he will know the taste of poor whisky
in the future, and will also be very
careful no doubt, where anel when hs
sits down, at least he will look first.
We noliceMis. 1. C. Fleming taking
daily riiles, ja-lge her health is improv
ing, tit least we hope so.
Dr. Mathews, Dentist from Nob. ci
ty, has been making hid monthly visit
here this week, we notice quile a num
ber of ladies haAe been relieved of
Oar town board now consists of the
following gentlemen. D. C. Fleming;
Geo. Lambring, J. Chase, L. L. Reed
ami I). Johnson.
We noticed the smiling face of Wi
ley Khtck in oar town on Monday,
guess Yfil-ey stili loves Weeping Water
or tit lease some folks belonging there
to. Our hotel s it n;i-' again postponed
for want of witnesses.
Our leading nu n have been talking
of getting up a Cass Co. Fair this fall
to be held at Weeping Wattr, we all
think it a verv good idea and .r, ill be j
:r great advantage to our town, and the
county in general; if our most wealthy
men will only take an interest in it,
there will be no clcubt but that it will
he a great success.
Dr. Kutlcr is preparing to leave, he
is going to locate somewhere out west,
so we have only two Drs. now left.
Cong, church has no pastor yet, think
it is time they were getting one.
Idie brass band lias been practicing
of late, getting ready for our grand I'.h
of July celebration, wc are going to
r.Z oi:e this yea:
Sit. Pleasant Notes.
Ed. IIeualu: Farmer are? gener
ally done planting corn here; first
planting is up and looking line. The
cultivator anel harrow tre now in use
cultivating corn. Small grain is look
ing well. There ia an average crop of
small grain sown here.
There is a pr ospect of an abundant
crop of apples, peaches almost a failure.
James Pitman and A7ifo, of Indiana,
are here visiting his father, mother,
brother and sister. lie thinks Nebras
ka the " Koss" grain state.
John Lough, fed' Indiana, is hero vis
iting bis uncle,-W. J. Lynch, and trav
eling for his health. That enemy of
man, consiupt ion, has marked liim for
its victim. We hopo the Nebraska
climate may prove beneficial to him.
There is a very prosperous .sabbath
school at this place superintendent,
A. K. Howard, a young man of piety
Rev. Wm, Worley is the pastor of
M. K. church here; there are nearly
one hundred members in his charge.
Preaching ever other Sabbath, at 11
o'clock, a. m.
We have the oldest Good Templars'
lodge in the state. The charter bears
date of Sept. 1st, lSfif); issued by the
It. W. G. L. of North America. We
number about GO or 70 members.
A'e have had two very severe eases
of lung fever in this neighborhood dur
ing the last few weeks, viz., Wm. T.
Schkoiimier and Tom Carroll. Roth
P. S. Minor .and wile buried their
little girl on Saturday last. She died
of scarlet fever. .Sckibulek
The Nebraska Weal her Service1.
SV'IMAKY FOlt APEIL, 170.
Tunpvrature.. The highest noun tem
perature was t-'l degs, reported from
several stations, the lowest was '20 dec s
in Logan Valley, Cedar co.
Average of nom observations was
General Frost on tSth and 17th, lo
eal frosts on 1, Z, 0, 4, -"5, 7, 11, lo, 11" n
IliinfuU. For all stations east of
the C't!i principal meridian, the aver
age was two inches, for all west of that
line, t .vo and one-third inches. Min
den station reports 9.93 inehes, but as
tlu.ro may be some mistake abom this,
I have not included it in the averages.
Most of the raiti3 were l--''l, there
having been but two gc r.cnd rains dur
ing the month. The rni i. fail of Apli!
this ysar AA'as almost the same us last
year ; that it seems -.b ier this year is
due to the fact that at the beginning
of April 17. the ground was well
supplied witl: moisture, but in Id, J it
was very dry.
Frera'di.rj wind, was from tlu-outh
east. A severe wind in Kearney Coun
ty on the 2ist. Violent thunderstorm
in K'lffalo co. on the ('Hi. Haloes w:t n
in Cedar co. ou "ith and 'i'.'i.
-; 'ati)!i ct-". Plums in bloom
10;h in noitli part of tip; state, Peac'
lfhh, Apple trees on -'.'id, Kox Eider
leaf on 'h.
The following items -were ebtained
from the V. S. signal service cllleer at
Highest temperature 81 on 2Jd
Lowest " :rj "
Greatest daily range aiP "
Total movement of wind
month was 7oSi miles.
Highest velocity of wind miles
per hour. No. of clear days, 10.
S. R. Thompson,
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Senator el'D- n'tld :.r rued tht.-t as theC'on-
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hue in the'
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M'Douald, for a review in an adn..ra:t
ciise. but wli' ii such a thing a ti. s can
happen, it is time there was a precedent,
and I am going to make one."
J ne Aignans.
Some old Indian c-JIIccrs call thmi "nig--gers''
or "deini-savages." Yet most of
tlieni have fine features and sj h-n lid
physique. They are said to call them
selves "Keni-IsracI,'" an I to tru e tin ir de-
Saul. Th- if Hebrew
i vision int tribe i bear
i . : .. : ..... !...
p.ij-iogi. -l-iv, ce-
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nl Ibrahim, their custom of aveng-
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j rupt'.on of the jubilee), make the I ypotii-
s;s at teait inte --resting. Th-j hill trib -s
who inhabit the borders are j co; le nh.s
; hand is against every man, and. iheii.;'i
some e.f tlieia arc iiominally sui ' -e t to
I tho Ameer, there is ;: re d sti.e; ain . and
no common aatiop.r.I 'e -lir.g. v.t:i:
j the universal hostiliiyto the "F ri;
i o- f nc'g'ier. ' These" "P.. tl: :!-,' ;
i are uu dly eal.'eil, sp-'ak th J P'rdi
I gaag.- w hi..- t!ie uauie f A: rliun '
i r .
i i s c f
ail the inhabitants.
tl.e kind wldeli. :dte
Tbr-i;- ,,e .
ter 1 CU .el g e
tue nravcrs. ablutions, and fa- ts siinr eised
to I e Ins da-.?, leaves the in five to habrlge
tiseir nat'iral in i'.iicts. 'l'i,e,em n, who.
a!' Usttaby pretty, are mere horseholu'
drudges. They are oft :i, ho-.. ..- , r. tho
occasion of arele nle.-: hi - d h d. the
prOseC.itl.il; Oi AViin it t:..'Ollg
is looked uj a as relg. us
r:i. li,' -i. a JI '
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