Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, August 14, 1879, Image 1

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    Give us more room, We arc compelled to seek larger quarters to accommodate our fast increasing trade, and Iiaye leased the Sliryoek building, next to Saunders House, lvliicli is brin- fixed for us. Weseot t
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On Vin9 St. , Oijs LJloIi North of Main,
Cor. of FifU Street.
Li'?:st Cfc&ia c! aj fcper in Cm'.j.
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? All Advertising Hills Due Quarterly.
J'f" Transient Advortii-iueiits must be Paid
la Advance.
O
; f Kxlra Copies of tlir If r n vr.n for snip hy
.1. 1". Yocn ;, at the IW Oilico News Dcjiot,
Main direct.
JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor.
"FEKSEVEKANCE CONQUERS."
(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
Terma in Advanoe:
One copy, one year
One copy, six lii-mUis
One copy , three mouths,.
...52.00
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VOLUME XV. V
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST U, 1870.
XUMJiEIl 21.
NEBRASKA
r
REVOLUTION!
THE
Standard Singer.
$'() Buys this Stjlc.
4p
Nrir agents wanted in every town. Sample
machine Nil Ill- bed oil applieat inn. to
foiuant. il vmIIi order, as a e.uaiant of good
faith the balance, sis. to Ik; paid afier I; vi;
.lav-' trial. Lvcry machine warranted, ami :i
wiitten liuarantee uivi'ii v illi machiim to
keep in order for two years. Two machines
out- addles-. ..!: thine michme-i. ': four
machines .ti: live i.i.n-liiuc-. Special
prices on lavn orders.
r.l:sos. I'( isT I'll & CO..
cna l-T. .v 4 link i.i'-ai.o. ill.
HEN KY ECF.CK
DF.AI.KK I.N
SAFES, CHAIRS,
Ki r., etc., J.ic
Of All Pwriptions.
HETALLIC BURIAL C ASI
WOODEN' COFFIITS
Of a'.l sia-s, ready laadf ami soM clieau for -ali.
jr rrxi: heaiise
i:eaiy fok sekyice.
ORGANS & PIANOS
i
CEEA? FOE CASH.
1 ia!.l
Whittlesey
v,'i::i'-)7 shaih:
Patent
ITATUJIKS,
C o.n; :. .;; Kid.Vr. f r .:.
Lambrequin Vindow Shades.
An. I a I.;-r;:er v. nifty of f'!io i;n-r Slia.Ic:,
i f a.i :!
"Vs'i l li many thanks for jast iatrona;'.
11 t
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i.a::.i: slot !
or
i;tf. Fl"Iir
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jinirx: ii:i-.
If.joii v...i.t :.:iy
FIjo or Ornamental Brick,
T.
HOOVER,
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J.
is villi:.
HOTFI
CITY HOTEL
tts'Ii i t;i. nki:.
i(M d Sainjile lluoii!!"
l' ' i j ! h;:' ! i'V- ;y i -Mufi i t
V liood Hou'l Will FurniNli
A.
C. 1 14
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I.iim;rs
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Kept
Hotel.
I'io i icti.r.
fi:ki. CO i
.t 2I. :l:rlnOTcr ma.loti
X (VII
I.Hr-. :a cf K.io Icc'in. Mandrill.?, 3
.Hilt
I Mil. t :.:rlt.
-t ft:
r p. ik.-n i.Mi fi.iU
1 i'uriflir, I.lvrr !
: ;-u:.vur, ui.a L
?.c iL'fv. r ill l.roltli m: rnSl.Iv lone pri-t iJ
. - -' " - v wv - ' t -X V-l ikvi
i-T t. -r o7 nitloCJL
T i r!I h' w f-m;.:.ijTnt :.tj cause i.-nru! int-of U
;l-'t.zcr. T.-nle anil mii 1 tmiulnnt. U op iJ.llojn
Nrt mntfr irl'-.t ton f . I . ,
K c unciiLJ-M or a:oti uo in.p i'.uUi.s-d
L :vn't wRt ur.;il. nuroMck.l'ut t( y.i-i ooiv nij
.i . .ur inn. 11 1 iiSsitcJ LunutUi. 4
.".x m il! ty pni-1 f orocae ti'r y rot rain or !l
- - - J M
: ..i. ii.) ii t uiitr nor k t your fT. nudMUit.r. but
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IlrrvmT. II. n Icatri-HinoTiip. limwj.dror'i-
n n -- r -it j. i:t (! iVr-.t an. I II. -l 11. -it-in tr-r
:i--u!.-. i- nli,f. Krlrn.l rn4 ll-p. aiul
i ) jrauu or fuui-y r Im.uI'1 Lo wiiiiwui Um-i:i.
t i r Com. i CVt i i n-ri-.-t.-st, safest and best.
frtipTr--prA- f-r etru, U, I aver c3 KMai-r Is m-it
r,.oiulcti-. j.Curvl 'u'-s rptiott. Aik. dj-u-ust.
t r. I. ". N .in n- irr. si.-,t!M---ire for-trr-rjt
-mlf-rOr,..
vt ,
arsaparilla
a T!ii-w,-'!nil of t'ift vir'-ios of MrinpariUi,
stiil.nxia. :'iiin l. iki'. yellow il k. witli tli
:i.lii!e i f Kit.'.sh aii.l iron, a':! lwiwcrfnl l.lool
tiiakii!::. l.lo;;l- If a'lsiriLr. ami life-sustaining
f I-Miii-nfs. It U I In- juii-i sr. safost. and in
'very way the ino.-t cticctiial alterative medi
fine kno.vn cr avails" ,1c t- t!n im'ilic. The
cm of ir;eili-ini and flicinistry Lava
Hover prolnreil so valnalde a. reniody, nor
no s pofi-nt to lire all diseases resulting
f r-u impure 1 lx,l. It cures Serofula, pnil
s.-rof iiluits lisea-s, Iysipela, Hose,
r St. Anthony's Fire, 1'implcs nnd
Kirr-srulK, I'ti&tulcs, Itlotelies. Coils,
Tumors, '1'ottor, Humors, Salt liheum,
Seall-lie:n!. lins"Worru, Floers. Scores,
IJIioui uiti-m, 'lercuri.-il I)isca, Neu
rali;t, F-n:!e Veakn-sses ami Irrcjju
l.iritMvs, .laiimliee, A liift ions of tlio
l.tver, l)yspepi:, tniaeiatiou, and
Cieneral lebility.
I'.v lis senrr-iiins nnl clrans:n!-c qnaltfio.-i
it par-'i-.s ttw, the foul comiptions -which
-l'ta: .i:nr to the Ivlood, nrnl rausi- lerari2"e
V"f :u;il di r.v. It stimulates ami eiiiiveris
""'"Vl1 l,retioni. It promotes energy and
sir.--nj it reston-s anl pr-serves health.
Ir lnfuxA new lifo ami vior thronshout tho
v liolo systi-m. No sufferer from anv disease
v-hudi : arises from impuritvof the Moo.1 ne!
ui-spair, who w ill Kiv Aykk's 8aiisapauu.la
a. rur trial. I:emerali?r, the earlier the
tuul, the s;eeuier the cure.
Its ro ipe L.n 1 en furnished to plivsidaTts
every where; ami they, reeoui.ing its supe
rior uuliiies, adniiuiater it ia their practice.
Tv.r nearly frty years Avf.e's Sausapa
r.n.i.A lias been w idely used, and it now jkis-m-.ssoh
t.iU tciil'olt-i.ce of luiliions of jieoplo
who have experienced Leuclita fxoai iti max
ve'.Ious curative virtiKS.
Prsparec! by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
I'ructicul hud Analytical Chcinists,
Lowell, Mass.
IS NOW
1
3s X S H?
National Bank
OF PLATTSMOUTTI. NEBUASKA,
M tTKSSOR TO
TOOTlii; IIAWA Jk (IiARK
John Fitzckkai.u...
K. a. ImvKV
. W. M( I,i ';iit.iy..
JO.NJl O lilll'KKK
President
Viee I'rcsi.lfiit
.(':i.liier.
Vssista, Cashier.
Tli ! Fank i- now open for l.n.ini s nt tludr
Ttf room, coi iitr Mam and Sixth si -ts, and
IMejiarcd to transact a crnerul
BANKING BUSINESS.
Stocks, Bond. Gold, Government and Local
Securities
I'.Ot'GlIT AND SOU).
Vvitosits Rfi-eircd and Interest Allow
ed on Titiie Ct-rtijlcates.
DRAFTS JDttJ'WlSr,
Vvallal le in anv nart of the I'niti d States and
In all the ITim-ipal Towns and Cities
of F-urope.
Ai:.vrs"r'oit tsik
Ki.i:r.i:ATi:i)
NMAN LlIIE AND ALLAN LINE
of !sts:.v:iieics.
TVi-son wishing to hrtiig out their friends from
n'KCHASE TIKKTS FltOM Cii
Thro u eh to I' 1 n t t n iii o ii t li .
DEWEY JtJiOH.,
DEWEY BROS.,
FURNITURE DEALERS,
Louisville, Neb.,
llEHEllllER
The Name of the Place !
A Sl r. l.U AT (i.XCF..
Mf
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
Main Street, opposite Sannders House.
S II A V I X i A X II SHAM l'OOl.Mi
K.sin'cial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
DIES' If AIR.
'JALL AND SEE BOONE, GENTS,
And a Imoii in a
A. Schlegel & Bro.,
Jlanufaetnrers of
CIG-ARS,
And dealeis iu
FANCY ."-MOKICIIS AKTMT.K'S, HMOKINti
and Clli:Yl.(5
T 0 R A C COS.
S e.-ia! F.IIAN I S and i.-.cs of ( It! Ai:s made to
order, and ..itisfaelion liaranlfed. Cigar
eliiiin-5 i-uld for !-moking tohaeeo.
Main SI. three doois uol of Saundi r- House.
Vl. attsmovttt, N::n. 101 v
MIR?
'if
J. S. DUKE
Has ji-t ojiened an entire new Mor!
ware, on
of hard-
N-.t iloiir wc.t of
("na'in;;ii .t Smith's Uriij;
Stole.
SHELF A HARDWARE,
Slid V ELS', RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILs, NAILS, X AILS, Ly'tte Key
ur I'nrni'f-
RapE, P(WPI:Il, SHOT,
STONES,
GRIND-
WHEEL-BAEE07S.
A Full I.i:
S i. -i ! -!
of i ti.s.i: v.
Ruffs to Jinildtm
and L'on-
i
I ti n t'tt
A'l L'oo.U
and
.sol.!
s t!n-v llo-iiMv ean be
4iy
WILLIAM HEROLD,
dealer in
cloths.
BLANKET,
FLANNELS,
rniNisiiiNG cooos.
:o:
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Far" si' el; of
BOOTS and SHOES
to be
CLOSED OUT AT COST
Notions, Queciiswaro,
and iu faet everything you ean call for iu
the line of
General Merchandise.
CASH FAID FOK HIDES AND FUKS.
Ail kinds of coui.try lmuiae laken in ex
change for goods.
SAGEBKOTHEES,
lealers in
STOVES,
-" .m.- m. xz 9
KTC, KTC, KTJ.
Uhe Door East of the Post -Ouiee, natUmouth
"ehra..ka. '
: O :-
I'ractical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, JJRA
ZIERl',dc,dc Ijrge assortuK-nt of Hard ana Soft
riraips, G;iss l'ipes and Fittings.
ood and Coal Sioves for
IIEATIXG Oil COOKING,
Always on Hand.
Zvry variety of Tin, Sheet Iron, and Zinc
Work, kept iu Stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
KfEVERrTniXG WAH It A X TED !
SAGE BROS.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
j. ii. Jif(nr,,
DENTIST, and Hoineepathlc Fhyclcinn. Of
fiee corner Main and Mil st's., over Herold's
store, Flattsinouth. Neb. 2ly
T. II. M'lLSOV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Fnietiees in Saun
ders and Cass Counties.
Ashland, Nebraska.
3riin"
It. It. AVIMHIAM,
ATTOIJNKY AT LAW, I'lattsmouth.Neb. Of
fice Front Room over Chapuian & Smilirs
Drugstore. 43ly
K. It. LIVIXtiSTOX, M.
PHYSICIAX & SCKOEON.
OFFICE HOrilS. from 10 a. in., to 2 p. ni.
ExainiuiiiK Surgeon for I'. S. Tension.
Int. W. II. HCHILUKXECIIT,
rilACTISlNfl rilVSICIAN. will attend calls
at all hours, ni'ht or dav. l'lattsinoutti. Ne
braska. Otllce in Chapman & Smith's lnis
Store. fy
UKO. ). SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Ileal FstafeF.ro
ker. Special attention uiven to Collections
and all matters allectlni; the title to real etate,
otllee on d lloor, over l'ost Olliee. l'lattsnioulh,
Nebraska. - 40l.
JAMKS K. JIOKKISON, V. L. JlKOAVMt.
Notary l'ublic.
MOltKIHOV a iimnvM..
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in Cass
and adjoining Counties ; fives special attention
to coiled ions and abstracts of title, otliee iu
Fitzgerald block, l'latiinouth, Nebraska.
17 V I
i. ii. viii-.i.i.k:i a co.
LAW OFFICE. Real Estate. Fire and LifwTn
siiiance Al-oi.is. 1 alismouui, .enr;ish:t. v oi-
lcftors. tax -l'.ivei . Have u complete ab.-tra
f titles. j;isv and sell real estate, negowaie
oans. &c l.yi
.1. II. II A LI., M. I.
1 I'HYSICIAX AND SIKCKO.X.
OFFICE with Dr. Llvinj-'ston .South Ride of
Main .-tree!, betw ecu tUk and 7th .streets. V ill
mend calls promptly. i
; XV. Cld'TTKIt.
DENTIST.
Plntt-moutli. Xflirnkii.
omce on Main Street over T. W. Shryo's
t r.ruituie Store. any
MA3I. ?. iiAI'!A..
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And So h itor in Chancery. Office la Fitzger
ald Block,
l:yl n,Al ix.hu iii..r.ii.
Tonsorial Artist.
lATTSMO IXTI X F.Kit A SKA.
Place of business on Main St.. between 4th
and 01 n streets. Shampooing, Shaing, chil
dren's hair culling, etc. etc. l'Jly
C03I3IERCI AL U0TEL,
LINCOLN, NE1J.,
J. J. I Mil OFF, - - - Proprietor.
The best known and most popular Landlord
iu I In- State. Always stop at the Commercial.
LENIIOFF d- ONNS,
Morn Uv Dow Saloon
One door east of the Saunders House.
T
We
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
33m9 Constantly on Hand.
1TVUM)ERS ROUSE.
J.S.GREGORY, - - - Proprietor.
Location Central, tlood Sample Room..
Every attention paid to guests. 4?,ni3
Pl.ATl SMOI TII, ----- St.l
PLATTSMOUTH MILLS.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
c. i:c:isi:i, - kiopi jior.
Flour, Corn Meal d- Feed
Always on hand and for sale at lowest cash
prices. The hichest prices pn id for Wheat and
Corn. Funicular attention given custom work.
aXD
MA CHINE SHOPS !
1'I.A TT SMi 'L'lH, N K I".. ,
Rejairer of Steam Enyine.t, Itoilcrs,
Sar and Grist Mill
UAH l STIZAII FITTlTMiS,
'rought Iron Pipe. Force and Lift Pipe. Steam
tiaues, Safely-Valve (iovermvs. ;,n.l ail
kinds ol l'.rass Engine FilUags,
reiiaired on short uoiive.
FAftM MACHINEK'r
A. L. MARSHALL
PR0UTY & SaRSRALL,
Dealer in
MKint i.m: i & ciiF.uicAr.
Ph:i:rcMFj;ir-:. sttAns. toilet autI-
rr.h:s. I'AI. IS ,i OH.. LA MI'S nwl
LAMi' iiimliS. STATIOX KHV. rttXFEC
Tl')SFniFS, TOIlACfij, CKiA IIS, .Ir.
I'ure Wines uiitl SJifiiors,
Fr Mciiicinal Purjuwc-t,
Ja7 Prescript ions Carefully Comounded day or
night. Remember the place, Marshall
"Boot & Shoe'' & Drug Stole.
Veepiii!; Water. - A'-!raka. 11
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H. A. WATERMAN & SON.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
PINE LUillJER.
LATH.
SHINGLES.
D00II.S, ASH
BLINDS,
ETC..
ETC
ETC.
Malu street. Corner of Fifth,
I'LATTSMOUTJI, .... XEB.
till Bettor Rates for Lumber
m 1
Vve Will DAT AVPIiUft Mk Urx.i fc i , 77. - . " a
? J1" '" ommi-ionTlo Mil our
r n-l wnnd.if il irTntiw,. H rhat
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Stale Directory.
A. S. PADDOCK. IT. S. Senator. F,eatrice.
AIA'IN SACNDKHS, U. S. Senator, Omaha.
TIIO.S. J. MA.TOltS, Kepreseutative. l'eru.
Al.r.lNFS NANCE, Ooveruor. Lincoln.
S. J. ALEXANDER, Secretary of State.
F. V. LEI DTK E. Auditor, Lincoln.
i. M. BAKTLETT, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. It. THOMl'SON. Sunt. I'ublic Instruction.
F. M. DAVIS, Land Connnisioner.
V. .1. DILWOIITH. Attorney Opueral.
REV. CO. HAKK1S, Chaplain of Penitentiary
Dli. II. I. MATTHEYS'SON, Suit. Hospital for
the insane.
o
Supreme Court.
. MAXWELL. Chief Justice, Fremont.
OF.O. B. LAKE, Omaha.
A MAS A COBlt, Lincoln.
o
Seeottrt Judicial District.
S. It.
.1. C.
W. I
rni'NIl. .Indue. Lincoln.
W ATSON. l'rosecutimr-Att'y. Neb. City.
. WELLS, Clerk li-t. Court, Fluttsmoutli
County Directory.
A.-N". SI'LLI VAN, Comitv Judge.
.1. D. TFT I . County Clerk.
J. M. FAT lT.nsoN, County Treasurer.
K. W. HYF.US. Shtri!T.
W. FA I K FIELD. Survevor.
Ki. HILDEBKAND, Coroner.
covn rv -ji Missto"Fn?.
HENRY WOLFE. Liberty Precinct.
JAMKS ( KA V.'FOKD. South P.end Precinct.
SAM L 1C1CHAKDSON. Mt. Pleasant Precinct
City Directory,
J. W. JOHNSON. Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON. Treasurer.
J. D. SIMPSON. Cirv Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN', Police Judge.
P. B. Ml Rl'll V, Citv Marshal.
WM. L. ELLS. Chief ol Kile Dept.
COI Nl-! I ll K.
Ut Ward-.l. FEPFERRERiL. V. V. LEONARD,
2d Ward t!. W. FAIRFIELD. J. V. WECK-
I BACH
Ward -R. V. CT'SHIN'O. TIB'S. POI.l.i M.'lv.
4th Ward-P. M. CALLAN. E. S. SHARP.
7'otMtistcrJXO. W. .M ARSHALL.
B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
Takiny Effect May 4, ISTa.
FOR OMAHA FROM PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 7 :f.o a. in. Arrives 8 -15 a. ni.
a :yi p. m. " 4 :55 p. iu.
FROM OMAHA FOR PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves J :10 a. ni. Arrives in -AO a. in.
0 :!K p. m. 7 :j0 p. in.
FOR THE. WEST.
lyives Platrsnioat Ii :." a. M. Arrives Lin
coln. 1 -4. p. in. ; Arrives Kearney, 7: "" p. in.
Freight leaves U :o) ::. m. Ar. Lincoln " M p.ni
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. ( :at a. la. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .: . m. Arrives I iaitsnio'.ith. 4 ) p. lu
I reight leaves Lincoln 11:10 a. in. Arrives
PiattMiionth, 4 :V. p. in.
tiOI NO EAST.
Express. ; a. m.
Paenger, urain ci'.ch d.iv) 4 :L'(T p. m.. exceid
Saturday. Every third Saturday a train con
nects at the usual time.
It. V. It. It. Time Tnlilc.
, Tuhiwj F-ffu t Sunday. March it, 1S7:.
sot rn. I STATIONS. XOIlTlf.
5 -..v.pni I HAS'ITM.S. 8 :3."iam
:.' AYR. 8 Mi
rt A PU'H HILL. 7 :W
7 :"3 I COWLES. 7 :05
7:r.r. RED l l-i i n. I 6 :Xt
S :l"i IN A VALE. j ti :I0
X - Khl JITON. r. :.V,
Or'.tt MIA X KLIN. 5 :-'5
y:-'"pin P.LOO.'IINOTON. i :10am
C. II, & q.R. It. TIME TAIILE
WESTWARD.
Express
Mall.
10 Mipin
1 4 ani
5 .ium
H lnam
It .'(-Sam
2 lapm
5 l.'iplll
! Otipiu
Leave Chieaso... ,. .
l.o ,.iani
I 1 2."piu
I 4 .."plil
: 7 441pm
: 10 Mlplll
. 1 4'iaiu
, 4 '."ain
, -7 inaiii
i it -.'i ia m,
MiuJot
Oaleshui-jr
Biiiinglon ...
llim:wa
Chariton
reston
Red Oak
Pl.lttSIIlOUtll
Air.
EASTWARD.
Express Mail.
Leave rialtsmoulh ' : raipm ' 3 ;',oam
Red Oak m reipiu s ,Vam
Creston in 33pm 11 loam
Chariton 12 53a in 2 L'.pin
oiiuiiiw.i -.'iiani 5 onpin
Bin luigton 1 ; aoain 40pm
Oalesburg S .Viarn 11 45im
Meudota 12 13pm . 8 10am
Aniv Chicauo ; 3J0pm, 7 00am
ONLY 27 HOFRS TO sr. LOI'IS bv the new
ROUTE just opened via MONMOUTH. PULL
MAN PALACE SLEEPINO CARS run from
1 aldington to St. Iaiius without change.
BY LEAVIN4! PLATTSM4 UTH AT 3:30 P.
M.. you arrive in St. LOUIS the next evenimrat
S :20, and leaving St. Nuiis at s :20 a. in., vim ar
rive in Plattinoutli 'J :2the next iiioruinir.
Coupon Tickets for sale for all points North.
South, East and West.
SAM L 1.1. POW ELL.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Ti- kct Aguut.
4 Jen. Western Tass. Aent.
J. M. BKCiri-.M.. Agonl, l'laltsiiiouth.
ti:k i i:ii;m of ai.lii
HOLLOVAY'S PILLS.
"I had no ajipelite ; Ilolloway's Pills gave me
eai l y -ne '
"Your I PI are marvePous."
1 .NCIoi for ai.ol lu-i- liov anil kern tTicni in the
hi live."
"Dr. Ilolloway has cured mv headache that
h'iih ehronie."
"I irave ie of your Pills to my babe for chol
era morbus. The little h argoi well in a day.
"My ii.su-ea oi a morning i now i-ureil.
' Yum box of I io'.ioway s 4 1 1 1 1 me nt cured me
of Tioi-. s in I he If :n- I ri:l-bel mine of your
4iniiin.iiit hehiud the car-, and the noise has
!-i;."'
Semi me two boxes ; I v.'ant one for a poor
iaion .
"I enclose a dollar ; your price is 23 cents but
the, medicine to me is worth a o'i!ar."
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have three boxes of vour Fills by re
turn mail, for Chilis and Fevcr.v
I have over 2Xi sih-Ii testimonials as these
but act of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, thi tiintmeut Is
mo-l invaluable. It docs nut heal externally
alone, but nenelr.Mes v.iih the most searching
elf ecu lo the eiy loot of the cvii.
HOLLO WAY'S OINTMENT
Possessed of thif RKMF.DY. Kverv Man may be
his own Doctor. It may be rubbed into the
i-ystcm, to as to reach any internal complaint :
by these mentis it cures Sot ex or Ulcers in the
Til K4 1 AT, STOMACH. LIYFR. SPInK. or oth
er parts. It is an Inf "ible Remedy for RAD
l.Fi;s. RAD Hi." Fasts, ontracted or Slit!
Joints. 4JOUT, RHF.I MAIISM, and all Skin
Diseases.
Imin-ktaxt Caution. None are cenaine
unless the signature ot J. Hav!o k. as agent
:rthe Uniteil States. surroiiii'.s each box of
Pills and Ointment. Rox.es at. Scents, Scents,
and si each.
Ci There Is considerable saving by taking
the lamer size. Hollow A v & Co., New York.
5!ly
PAPER HANGING
AND
ZEOiTG-.
M. McEIwain,
CSS"-Shop over VOXXEIl STABLES, on
PINE STREET.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
5mG
STKE1GI1T & MILLES,
Harness Manufacturers,
SADDLES
r.RIDLES,
COLLARS.
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
hand.
FRUIT, CONFECTIONS Y,
gkoceiVy store
NVJTS, '
CANDIES,
IE AS
SUGARS,
COFFEEo,
aoBACCOES,
FLOCK,
e.
Remenibor the place opixtsite E. G. Dovey's
ou Lower Mam Street.
21-ly STREIGHT d- MILLER.
Backbfme.
When you tec a t .-How-mortal
Without fixed ami fe.irk-ss views,
naiighur ou the Bklrtn of others ;
W alklni In their enstoff Mioea,
Bowing low to wealth and favor.
With abject, uncovered ho.id,
Itendy to reirat or w..ver;
Wlllinjr to be drove or lead ;
Walk yourself with fiirnar bearing ;
Show our spine fca nerve and marrow ;
Jual the things wblch hla must lack.
A utronger word
Was never heard
Than this, ZKirTibono.
When you see a theologian
Hugging olose somo ugly creed,
FearhiR to reject or question
Dogmas which his priests may read ;
Holding back all noble fecMug ;
Choking down each manly view ;
Caring more fur forms and symbols
Than to k now the Good and True ;
Walk youfself with firmer bearing ;
Throw youi moral shoulders back ;
Ehow your piue has nei ve and marrow
Just tho thing which his must hick.
A strong-er word
Wm never heard
Than this, backbone.
When you soe a politician
Crawling through contracted holes,
Bering for some fat position.
In the riag or at the iolls,
WiUi no sterling manhood hi him ;
Nothing staple broad or sound ;
Destitute of pluck or ballast.
Double-sided all around.
Walk yourself with firmer bearing ;
Turow your mor.d shoulders back,
Show your spine has nerve aud marrow
Just the things which his must lack.
A stronger word
Was never heard
In Sdise r.:id tno
Than this, b:ickb.iie.
A modest song and plainly told
Tho next Is worth a mine of pold ;
For many men most sadly luck
A uoblc stiUu'.se in the back.
THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER.
"No," said I, "you shan't have him
"Oh, pal" said she, "but I love him so
1 love him so dearly."
-l ion t rare," says I. "A common
sailor like him!" and then she bellowed
and piped her eye, as might have been ex
pected of a girl.
-My girl was a beaiitv, and she was the
only one I had the only one I ever had
liau auu l owncil a boat, and was knowu
everywhere as Captain 1'nrkcr of the
isaucy Jaue, and all I had Jennie would
have some 4lay; and was it likely I'd
giveLer l4 JaciC Dlaze :is was beloro th
inatf JSo!
won, I set my loot ilown, and I sun-
iMsct sue would obey. IJut, lo and be
hold: what should I see one day when I
canii,' home Ironi the river but a couulcof
people swinging on my gate.
it v,.uS ll.ul .Jack Iia.u ami Jennie, aud
ms arm was around her waist I
I bolted in between em like a shell.
and I ordered Jennie to her room, and I
oidt-rcd Jni-iv away, and told him what
would happen to him if I saw hiiu swing
ing on my guic again.
"it ytiu wcru t her father, sir, said
Jack, ."I'd not bear such words from
you, but a3 it is, aud as you are an old
man "
With lhat I fired a flower pot at him
and called him a confounded mutineer,
and he sheered olf.
"Jennie," says I, "I have done well by
you your old father has done well by
you, and what have ytm done by hitnf
l vc taught you to play the manner, or
had you taught, which is the same thing,
and. you have got one. You dress iu
silks, and I keep a servant for you, I've
got you down in my will for all that I
shall leave, and liovv do you use me?
" hue I'm away following the water you
mutiny. Now, I'm very sorry to puuish
you, but I dare not leave you alone, and
I 11 lock up tli j house and take yon along
with me 4n my trips. The cabin is com
fortable, and you will not suller, and if
vou t:o:i t like it you shall lump it.
Keeping company with a fellow like that!
Cgh !"
"Don't be cross, papa," said Jennie, "I'd
like to go, I'm sure, as for Jack, he's the
best fcliow I know, and I'll keep compa
ny with no one else; but, if you don't
like it yet we'll wait."
"Wait!-' says I. "Wait. Why, if I
wanted you to marry, Jennie, there's the
captain of a steamer told me last week
I'd the prettiest daughter of any man he
knew, and that he was tired of single life.
The Captain of a steamer, Jennie, think
of that!"
"I don't believe he is as nice as Jack,"
6aid Jennie, "and I love Jack."
Then I sh"ok her, I'm sorry to say I
shook her, and the next day I had iier
trunk sent 4lowu to the boat aud took
her under my arm to the same place.
Tliu cabin wris good enough for a queen
and the little state-room a picture, and
she seemed to like it.
You'd have thought I was giving her a
treat, instead of punishing her.
She used to sit out on the deck in the
days, with sewing and knitting or a book,
aud she sang to me evenings.
But she 4lnln't give up; not even when
she saw the Captain six feet three; hand
some as a picture!
No, she stuck to Jack, and I stuck out
against him as sli.T as she, and so we
sailed up eud down the river, and sum
mer went and autumu came aud winter
was a coming, but my girl was as obsti
nate as ever.
It was my last trip.
All winter after the river was ftmen,
the Saucy Jane lay at the dock.
"If you wero a good, obedient girl," I
said, "I shouldn't have to lock you up, but
as it is I must."
So I kissed her I was glad to remem
ber afterwards that I kiased her and I
victualled the cabin aud locked the door
and put the key in my pocket, and off I
went.
I had to go a dittance out of town, and
when I settled my business there, I dined
und it was cveuing before I got back to
the Saucy Jane, or rather, to l'oplai town,
where she lay.
I thought to myself as I came down,
that I had never seen the placo so busy,
but as I ncared the dock 1 saw that some
thing had happened.
There was a crowd there and people
were talking and shaking their heads,
and somehow I couldat see the smoke
stack of the Saucy Jane peer through tho
shadows as I might, nor the red and
green lights at her head, nor any Eign of
her, and a great fear crept into my heart,
and 1 began to shake and shiver.
"It s only the fog," says I, but there
was no fog.
"It's dark," says I, but the darker it
was the brighter tho lights would have
shown out.
Then all trembling and shaking like
atv. old man like my old grandfather,
vrho had the palsy, used to do, I remember
thinking 1 caught hold of a tuau who
wait passing, and said I :
"LiM)k here, man, what's the matter?
What'u the crowd about! What's lian-
1 1
JWUt'U I
"It's the little steamboat down there, '
said the man, "the fcauoy Jaue. She's
been run into ami sunk by a coal boat.
Mic went down in thirty minutes. The
captain was away they say, and the men
went on a spree. Only the cabin boy was
mere: iney pitKca linn up. iou can
just see her smoke stack above the water.
The coal-boat was hurt a bit, too. Site's
lying out there."
'Oh, my God!" said I. 'Jly daugh
ter i"
Then I didn't know what happened.
but 1 found myself in a doctor's shop
pretty soon, ami a crowd about me, and
hcaru 60iuc one saying softly:
"II is daughter was on board. She went
down with the IhjiU"
"I locked her in!" said I. "Wretched
oiu in uie uiiu x ami l locKeu her in
I . I. .. t T , Tl i , . .
that cabin: I murdered her I, her lather!
I hen the iloora wito locked and the win
dows small, aud I locked her in to drown
like a rat"'
Then I went oil" atrain, and it was all a
honiblc dream, until I awoke to find
that it was night and I was alone in bed,
and I saw tho ionu of a man sittino- in
side me.
"Who is this?" said
I in a kind of
frijjht, as I thought I
recogoni.cd the
ui mi's face.
"It's Jack Blaze, Captain," said
the
man. "IJo you hnd vourselt better f'
"Do 4u think I want to be better?"
said I. "All I want is to die and ro to
Jennie. 1 murdered her Jack !'
"-y, no, Captain," said Jack, softly.
'Y-.i lucked iter up from her true love as
loved her, but you didn't know what waj
comincr.
"Oh, if I could die this minute!" said
I. "Jack, if you've rrt a pistol put it to
my head: ;.!y little girl!"
"vycii, she s sale lrom marrvinar mo.
iapia:n, sum juck. "1 suppose t:at s a
com'.ort to vou."
"Oh, Jack," said I. Oh, Jack Blaze,
it inv Jennie could como to life a -ain
there s nothing I would deny her! She
might marry a chimney -sweep, and I'd
give her my blessing, let tiiono a good
sailor like you, I know nothing against,
out that he s what l was thirty years aero
Oil Jack, if Jennie could come back to
lucid give her to you ami be happy
but its no use, she s drowned."
"Captain, said Jack Bia.e, bending
over me, "1 4tont' feel sure of that."
"Ehf said I.
"To be sun;," said he, "if she was in
the cabin, locked up as you left her, she
would have been drowned certain, but
she mayn t have been."
"JJi I ' shrieked I again.
"Indeed," said Jack, "I know she
warn t. '
Oli, God, help me! Don't torture
inc. said I. "fc'iK-ak out."
"She yvarn't Captain; for fifteen min
utcs aiter you left I went aboard, burst
open the door there was no one there
but the cabin boy aud I took her out.
e went to the circus together and we
had a lovely day. The Saucy Jane's cabin
was stove in; the coal boat walked
straight into the cabin, and it's (Jod'e
mercy 1 took her out."
lheu I heard a ilear sweet voice crying
out: "Jack open the door: let me como
to papa."
1 hadn t cried before 6ince I had been
flogged at school, but I cried like a baby-
then; and how could I hem it? For
Jennie had come out of the grave as it
seemed to me, aud was holding my head
in her arms, aud kissing me and calling
nic her darling.
I was so happy I thought I should ilic.
and I never remembered that I had iost
the Saucy Jane until the next morning.
although tho boat was the apple ot my
eye.
I own another now, and Jack and I
take her up ami down the river.
Jennie goes with us very often, for she
was married to Jack Blaze hist Christmas,
and I like the lad yes, I like him almost
as well as Jennie docs, I think, for if I
hai been left to myself and he had not
set himself against mo that dreadful day.
I should have no daughter noW, and I
should be her murderer.
Littc-Il's Living Age. .
The numbers of The Living Age for
the weeks ending July 2G and August
2 respectively, contain the following
articles: The Talmud, Church Quar
terly Itenew; Malta, and Chesterfield's
Letters to his Son, Fortnightly; 1'oed
and Feeding, by Sir Henry Thompson,
and Our h?at-Fields in the orth-
Wet, Xin tecnth Century; Gray and
his School, Cornhill; Benjamin Frauk
lin. Contemporary ; Patronized by Roy
alty, May fair; A "New Caledonian los
ing. All the Y'tar Bound; Oxygen in
the Sun, Spectator: with the continua
tion of Jean Ingelow's "Sarah de Be-
rcnger;" M'ss Keary's "Doubting
Heart;" and Sarah Tytler s "The Bride's
Pass," and the usual amount of Poetrv.
For fifty-two such numbers of sixty-
four larg pages each (or mere than
3,000 a year), the subscription price
is low; while for $10.50 the pub
lishers offer to send anv one of the
American S4 monthlies or weeklies
with Tho Living Age for a rear Loth
postpaid. Littell & Co., publishers.
A Philosopher Among tho Mill Girls.
I was greatly interested in learning
about the amusements or diversions of the
mill people. My that step was to ask a
great many of the joung women what
they did iu the evening, after working
hours were over. The French Canadian
girls, w ho are Catliolics, nearly all replied
"We stay at home. Wo have to sew, and
mend our clothes, and wash them. We
do not know anytjody, and so wo have no
place to go ia tnc evening." At times the
answer was, "My mother" or "my sister
will not let me go out." Most of the
other young.woiueu said, "Oh, wc go out
wilh our idlers, and with some of the
other girls." "Aud where do you go?"
"Oh, along the streets, down towu to the
Post-Oiiicc, or the ca.idy-store, if the boys
will shout.', "if they Mill shout what
is that f" "On, don't you know! Why,
that means if they will treat if they wili
buy some caudy lor us." "And do you
drink too?" To this the younger women
always answered, "No, we do nt drink
any tiling, unless it's soda-water, some
times, in warm weather." But they usn
ally pointed to some older companion,
and said, "She drinks she drinks beer."
Then the woman thus spoken of would
laugh, aud toss her head, and say, "Ain't
you going to shout?" And when I met
the same group iu the street in the even
ing, the question would be repeated, with
a smile ot recoguitiou. Atlantic.
County Commissioner Proceedings.
August 4tli, 1879.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present: Commissioners Wolfe,
Crawford and Kichardson ; Clerk, Tutt.
Ordered that the Clerk bo and is
hereby instructed to make a quit-claim
deed to F. Lenhoff, for lot ten, in
Mock 20, for consideration of $20.42 as
taxes and interest.
Claim of ii. Audriis, for vault doors and lock,
allowed general fund sinj oo
August oth, 1879.
The following claims were allowed
on general fund:
E. E. Dovey, merchandise 5 1 r
State Jourual. " is m
J. S. Duke, s .s
C. H. Hathawnv. niovimr brick is mi
John . washinir Jii clothes 4 oo
P. I?. Murphy, boarding prisoners so oo
llcmy 4Iihi-on, deed and morlg'e leeord 4s 4X
Cas County Sentinel. Mintini: .1 oo
D. D. Mariiiidale, salai vasSiiperiulcn't. si 15
Nebraska Hr.KAi.u, circulars.- . M
Allowed on poor fund.
E.G. Dovev. m'd'se for nnuners
,v. ;i!i
; oo
11 oo
;u ou
J. K. P.araes, dicing grave
Ileiu v Hoeek. collin for pauper
J. C, Eikeubury, hoarding paupers
Allowed on bridge fund.
A. Funis, plank as per. bill
.1. II. Fairfield, snce ilicution on lniil;r-. . ..
40
'j. ; o
4 r.o
the
the
Claim oi N. M. Dcwev. allowed on land
road fund
On motion of Mr. Hichanlson
petition of J. V. Glover, it al, for
incorporation of the town cf I,ouis
viile, and the rcmonstrnisce against the
same were laid over till the- tirst regu
lar meeting in October. An order of
" rer month to .) u ins B.-ites on .las
Maiton of Ruck Bluffs, for groceries
to rnn nut ill revoked by Hih board.
Petition of JI. ,L Streight ri at, an
appropriation of j'J.OO was made in
favor of Jacob Yazel to pav ni.s f-xpen-
scs at t7?o, Meiihv.l CoKego of Omaha.
And nf sO.t.'O p.r month on C. ll.Piuk-
unm, until revoked bv the board.
Contract was allowed Johnson Bro.s.
for the repairing of Court Booms f,i
i.sv, against lsulh Mntzs md of
81.00.
The Clerk v.-a "5 instructed to pur-
c.iaso ol I . (nocrder. OLe car load of
nut hard coal at $4.50 per ton.
Y arrant was ordered drawn in f tver
of SliorilT livers, as reward, for the
bcntlit if the captors of John Miles.
August Gth, lbT9.
The following chums were allowed.
Tas. Crav. lord, services as Com'r II vi
SaTa'l P.ieii inlsMi, " 7 (io
J. D. 1 -.;! T, er. n;s for Julv j :n
Henry I'.oeek collin for pauper L'o (hi
inquest ot John Miles 00
Petition of II. ThierolT, for license to
sell liquor in Louisville and re no on
stranre against the same, was laid over
unin rjopipmoer an, ior a ncami; as
the. law provides in such cases.
Petition of I . B. Gorden by bi3
At
torney, for extensions of time for
pay-
ment or certain school land, was
laid
over.
Adjourned to meet September
1st
1879.
II. Wolfe, )
Jas. Crawford,
Com
Attest: Sam'l Richardson
J. D. Tutt, Clerk.
The County Fair takes plr.ee Sept
17 19. Among other novelties, and
many premiums, the following special
premiums are offered. We hope there
wili be competition enough to make
the thing lively.
SrKCIAl. PREMIUMS KOT. TiIK THIltn GISAXD
l.ABV snow.
The exhibition to take nlaco In the afternoon
of the third day of the fair, Friday. Septemhcr
i-.iiii. in iiio juues- sraii'i. ror tin nrcttiest
baby over six and under fifteen months of ace.
me ioiioh nig iu ci.i.iuiir u ;:i oi; awarueu
'icmuni. i iicauritui r uv carrlaee. .. no
2(1 1 naliv carriage 7 oo
3d " 1 cold necklace r, 00
Above riieiiiiums will he ou exhibition duiin:
the fair.
SPECIAL PREMIUMS nV TIIK XEBRASKA IIKlt-
Al.r OKKICK.
For f lie bet p: iv on Cass County, her i?ener
al leatures. capabilities, and resources, SI 111
money, and the 11 kic alii and Inter-ocean on
year. Said eic-ay not to exceed two columns in
tne ticraiu.
For tiie bct article en Farai Life, bv
youmr man not exceeding 20 years of ae, ?1 in
money, mkrald 1 year ami a ci.pv of A 111 ) le an
stable Ouide, a ne.it hook of 14 pa ires ; ;u.ic!e
not to exceed I1, columns.
For the best article n Dairying, or Dairv re
sources, by any fanner's wife or ilai:Kht-jr ia
tne county, one ilmiar 111 money, I1kkm.ii f.u
one ycai. and the "Home liimle Cuoit liotik '
or "1 anuers' la;X ;' article not to exceed 14
CfiUIlllls.
All of the above to be v-rittn by honn-fide.
resi-a.-nls of Lie County :.n.l lo be i. ibli-i.ccl la
tiie IIkkai.o nri-'r I .e fair. Disinterested
judges to lie chosen or the : rounds.
In tiuu'iu" die article-', the vi-numr. iciiietiia -
tion. grammar, ami coiiVn uciiou t.I s---u:eric:
to be taken into .'.conn! . :s xcl'. as i!.-. ideas ;
also, all articles to be r:tt 11 o'a iiU- on 01. e
side of the paper. .Ino. A. Mac.M l kpii v.
For the ln-t .v:j a... f a U n. .-cpms, bv anv
yonn.; lady 4.1 Cass County, not c.t r la yp.-ns
old. a c ; id. i.iact ical co.ui p-iok and a h:. mi
me s,.:c! ei;.,:T.v:i,-, l.ii. .w.e. Govt ri.cu I v
me rules a cbo c.
CAP-Kurii's sckciai, 1 rtrtMiUMs.
For t!,e t lo-d of wheat bread made of cs
Coin. tv v. Ileal, bv a votiai: ia;iv not e.tcc diir.r
ICS years of use, one ti i.: ".!'! 1 -iu'j v alm-d at . .
I- or t he t.iesi !i yr -'..iiind ": :! cf I.. it: r f.-ol.-.
by a voin lady not ex.-eedii.': PJ Veal.-, 4 a.e.
one Stt of jewelry, valued at fS.
the Fair ki o .n.!-;. The foods ( an I n .-cii at
ai lime oy -.i;Pre' s.t iuv lewelrv stoic, on
Main sUL-t, I'lalisiuoaih. Nehi.'t
F. 4 ' iiRUTlt.
sritriKi. rntcMiu.MS nv i. it. wtiEci.tK.
To any l.e.y or frirl of Auiericnn l:lrntl-c, lin
er , .vca. - i atft. v. ho can siea.t ami has the
best kuov, i. due of the tleimau laauuaue, to Im
exainiin d 11 grounds by a Ceriuail appoint
ed bv Mr hceh r. ; !.
To any 1 oy or ciri. ii years of aire or under, of
Ameiieati jiareiUa-.-e, piodueina the iH'st speci
men of t;- i iuan writing:, not less than one pa'e
.sermon Path paper, properly ceriuicd a Lav-
111' been executed by the exhibitor, i2.
SPKCIAI. PREMIUM OK flO l:V TIT K I'LATTS-
AlUUTH SPORTSMK.N'S ASSOOI ATIO.V.
For the bet scor at glass ball shooting from
moie trap : 20 balls, 1? yards rise . eDtraii.i; tee.
fl. To be iroverned by ihe 1 ales of the As-o-
C'al ion.
Hl'Ki I Al. PKKMIUM Or $10 11 V W. I. JO.VR4.
cor tiie bCit ueutlemau eouebtrian. over a",
years of age. Lntranco fee, ;M.
Snipill nr.im!iini of 5. h .1 I) A.lfin. ....1 I
IJ. Todd, for the best wrentler. Kutiam e fee Cl.
Then, :n Class XV aro more uov-
elties, as:
A boys' plon-inc match for bovs between the
ages of eieht mid til'leen vears : the te-t of mer
it beiiiK tlm besi work wltli least labor t him
self at),, p am. and cxhirdtin ; tiie jrtUl skill
hi 11 .no 11 in me piow ana icniu :
rirti nrcnaum
...(c, 00
. . 5 on
. . . 4 '
... .1 00
... 2 A
hoives.
Second "
Third "
Fourth "
fifth "
For the iu.m c-iiiert dr.vtr of
four
two and two abrea-t. cxhibitinir the creates!
skil in har.cMiii- the lines with one liand ; each
contestant to be the owner of tiie team he
I'nve.s and to be a resident of the county
First premium
' Second
i Third "
S (KI
r, 00
4 no
i 00
Fourth "
The tide of immigration f.ows steadily
towards our shores; the people on the
other side of the water evidently being
impressed with the idea that there is a
better cliunce of making a com lot tabic j
living here than in their own native lands
and they ere probably correct ia this
view, for times are dreadful I y depressed
in England aud on the continent, aud the
prospect of improvement are very meagre.
Itovlng Items.
August 2d, 1879.
Ed. IIf.rald: Harvest is orer, fall
plowing seems to be tho hurry now.
Threshing is commenced and new
tkreshers seem to be plenty, fourteen
sold ia Nebraska City come out through
the County.
The City of Wyoming was aroused
by a terrible accident, happening to a
ten year old boy, who was sent by his
parents to take a cow to the pasture,
it is supposed lit tied the rope to h':n
arm lo let down the bars, ho was found
about 10 o'clock fast to the c jw, with
his neck, shoulder, leg and arm broken
Tho cow was seen .sometime after tho
boy started with her but did not see
the by.
Work on the river at Wyoming is
going on, trying to change the cur
ren so as to ihrow the Biver on tho
Xebraska side at tho foot of Main St.
at tho city.
Xebraska City is looking for thrco
hundred negroes.
1 notico Boi k Bluffs is advertising
their cily. There must bo consider
able business going on, no one having
tinia to cut tlio.so gimson's down.i'ould
not the Cily Authorities employ a
cheap boy to get away with them, and
I notice the city of Weeping Water is
letting the weeds crowd t!m teams to
one side of t lie street. I soe by the
Hfrald they have a Barber, tho
thought cttmes to me 1 will have my
hair cut and maybe I will lind my
whetstone, you know Mr. Lditor, busi
iicsj men when they get through with
their pencil put it over their ear, well
when we J'armers ct through whet
ting our scythe vvo put our whetstone
above our car, mine ii lost, might haro
got mp'a' t d ; it 1 would K t my hair
cut, the Barbi-r might lind it. Weep
ing Water is quite a place, got all kinds
of business !nnso;; except Salens, have
none of them, I won't f.iy you can't
get somo of that si iiff 1 1 ii t co )!s in
Summer ami warms in Winter any way.
Well 1 expect I must 4 1sc, hero
comes a fruit agent, it is W. O. Ogden,
he is around replacing all that i.s dead
if any, this spring being so dry h6 will
have sosii J to replace. Ha is replacing
all that dies the fault of the stock. It
any of you Farmers want to fill up
your yards, now is your time; they
have everything of the Xur;-eiy
kind,
ones.
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Buy tome and be happy.
The Sauiatory Coadilion of Our Cattle.
In view of the wide-spread feeling
f distrust which the alleged presence
of contagious pleuro-pneumonia in
American cattle has caused, the editor
of The Journal has, 4luring tho past
two months, made and esp,jeinl effort
to ascertain the coiidit:cu of t lie cattlo
throughout the Mississippi Valley and
the Great Western plains. Ourcorres
pondence upon tho subject has embrac
ed every part of tho country where
cattle aro fed or grazed in large num
bers, and a special representative of
The Journal has traveled in South
western Missouri, Kansas :ind the In
dian Territory, spending his entire
time, for months past, among tbe cat
tle graziers of Ukso regions. Anether
representative of The Journal has
traveled extensively iu Illinois, Mis
souri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa, vis
iting breeders, graziers and lealers, and
in every single instance) the cattlo are
reported to be in perfect health, with
out any symptoms of disease of any
kind that "could possibly be called epi
zootic, contageons, or infectious. Lven
the Texas ftver h s failed to mako its
appearame anywhere, except in i no
single outbreak in Colorado, which
was noticed m our lust issue, and over
which some of our foreign exchanges
are endeavoring to make a sensation,
and this has been stamped out. Tho
special representatives lo which wo
have referred above report, that all the
cattle they have teen appear to bo in
perfect health and nowhere do they
hear anv talk of disease. Occasional
b aths have been reported from an-
tl r:': in various forms, but in no part
of the countiv is anything reported
that bears the slightest resemblance to
contagious p.turo-pi.eumonia. I rora
Texaj and tho Indian Territory, espe
cially, come reports of an exception
ally healthy condition of tho cattle,
not only from cur subscribers and cor
respondent', but from the agents of
the C, B. (. n. li. and the C. A. A.
li. 11., :.:i.l their various conr.tcUng
lines, which do the bull:. of the trans
portaticn busine.-..; from that country.
After this careful, extended, and
thorough inquiry, we feel warranted
in repeating with emphasis what wo
have heretofore a verted that thue is
no pk uro-pneumonia in the great cat-
ticgra-ing and fu:Jing i rgio;.. of tho
Ui'il'.d Ma'is; nrither is there any
o.i. r vii -t;ie':' ipg the c '.itiu or mis
region, aside fiom t Lo ordinary mala-
Jif-s to which ciittlj are every where
su! ::ecL National Live-rSLocii Jour
nal, Chicago.
Wolf Teeth.
The small, supernumerary teeth, gen
erally called wolf teeth, do not in tho
least interfere with tho hoists well-
being, except they should happen to
deviate from their normal position.
when they may interfere with masti
cation- bat this very rarely occur?.
They are not in any way connected
with the ( yes of Ike animal. Horses
will get blind with or without the pres
ence of wolf teeth. We have freiiuent-
had occasion to denounce tbe bar
barous and utterly useless practice of
removing thesa teeth a praotico which
is only indulged in by quacks and ig
norant ip.an. National Live-stock
Journal, Chicago.
Xijne Xovgokod Pair. The great
market of the eastern world has beea
held at this junction of the Volga and
Olga Hivers in Russia, every summer
fur hundreds wf years. Hero the na
tions of Luroe and Asia meet with
their products for trade. Cossacks,
Chinese. Turk and Persian mett th
Gorman ami the Greek with every va
riety of merchandise that mankind
employs, frem sapphires to grindstones,
tea, opiura, fur, food, tools and fabrics,
and List but not 1 cast, medicines. J.
C. Ayer & Co.'s celebrated remedies
from America were displayed in an
elegant Baza.u whero tho Doctor him
self might sometimes bo seen. They
iire known and taken on steppes of
Asia as well ms tiie praiiies of tho
West , and are an offectual antidote for
tbe diseases that prevail in the yaourts
of th Xorth as well as the huts and
cabiascf the western coritinoiit. Liii
cwhi (III.) Times.