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A I V K K T I 8 I ST O lUTIiN,
ri i:M-iir.i i:v i:i:Y tih'Ksiay.
PLATTS Li 0 0 r H , IT E BR ASE A.
fr Vine St., One E:oc-k. Mof i!i of Main,
Cor. of F'flh Sli ticU
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$1 60 S2 00 2.'0 $3 00 it Of) H20t
6.V 10 00
8 00 1 13 00
if) 00 ! 2S 00
2ft 0IM 40 00
40 001 60 00
t- All Advertising Bills Duo Quarterly.
tW Transient Advertismenti must bo raid
JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor. J
(TERMS : $2.00 a Year.
tsjet C;:tffj cf anj Pap n fcs ftusly.
Terms in Advanca:
PL ATTSMOUTH,' NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL
Extra Copies of the IIkrald for sale bj
J. F. Yuuno, at tlio Post-Offieo News Depot
One eopy. om.-? y--
One copy, si
Oire c;iy, three lamiks.
VOLUME XVI. V
1 1 '
W tzl 2 m i "o. 2? ,
SAFES, CHAIRS, :
FTC. ETC., ETC..
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
faf v. ,;zcs, ready made and jo'.d cheap for ca.sh.
MY FINE TIE A RS E
rc : ,i -f. ; V-,i. V:-'-'Jafl, T
is now ready for service... . !
ORGANS & PIANOS
Of Every Description,
CHEAP.. FOE CASH:- .
Th Celebrated . :
. Whittlesey Patent
h'J JV L O W . S II A DE VI XT URE3,
Compute with Roller, for 25cts.' '
Lamlirequin Window Shades.
ArI a Larger variety of Cheaper Shades,
of all varieties.
with rti:my tlianks for past patronage,
fcivttf .-.il to ch!1 mid examine my
LARUE STOCK OF
l.-.:r. I-'l'ItXTTHK AMI COI'FIXS
IT;' 'TfT'Tra rvn sroroY roi bald-ess
f -'. Ui li . tv r!"!"" tr. it nn
a hf rrrowr-.lj oi Hair. W Uiskera or MuitftLKitf
Laticrcu 4; Co., 2 Siitloa f ' .cr, H't-sr l'Cik.
If yoa aro a m:ri r.7 L'UAii.r. -..-. -..i-: rt! 1,7 ti:.' : ir'-Ui of
ljn yoo" iiu.M, ii:iul:ir.is ird u e
It trn sre TTi-a of Irt'rr, t JIinfr ovr j"cnr iJJnifc?
Work to iv-slore Loruii;,tl vii:!-',!:;-j
jr euva: patron ;i: yn-i aie inaiTi' r n: f f o-
VriivfTryra nr ir'r-v-r yoi are, ln'cevcr you feel
tt;it yo;r !rt cj ci?i:str.p i;du i: r
luu will DOfiiren 11 ytu u
If TOO r simply wk r.d Li n-Mte;', try tt I BiJ ft.
Et wt. etv. jciirj? . k fcavci Lndred.
ff, Olf! rr.'it!l.w-'Sl.ri - " ' ' . A' cl.iu'.ntm.
TU Hf r" l ir i,:i .--i r i.i? npriivr tall
C-acn. Ci:ntrr.l :;". tt i. ).r:-. .! rr 1;; it-
CtT idrrs---,-li'T ii" : ':-,i -.k'!'"'-.
f A v"H, prpr.:!! tf-. vicfy sijr'
t-i 'j.cvi. ntt-i ASL. lidi:'. tJl-vnjr msl
-?iTtim!!;of tKehiche::! f.nior in ticf
tF.ir iht rur. cf PIli. miU forH'ar
iiii'For tlie cure c 1" Urixhi'n and the nthnr
iliv;i!tL-!. rivil lur ;Valu- K.tix.- J&iin7
. iibiI JUirtr Cure.
THE BEST REMEDY
Ciseasss ol the Threat ana Lnnis.
Diseases of the pulmo
nary organs are so prev
alent and fatal, that i
safe and reliable remedy
fr them is invaluable
to every community,
AVER'S UHEHB.Y l'0-
toral is such a remedy
7,v ' and no other so enii-
L1K il Lt J IIICIIU9 niv vi..i
denco of the public. It
is a scientific combina
tion of the medicinal
nrineiDles and curative
virtues of tbo finest
drugs, chemically unit
ed, to insure tbo great
' est nossible efficiency
n-nilHHI.. and uniformity of re-
suits, which enables
pTivsicians as well as invalids to use it with
coiiiidence. It is the most reliable remedy
for .lisi asea of the throat find lungs that scl-
ein e has produced. It strikes at the foun
dation of all pulmonary diseases, affording
rironint and certain relief, and is adapted to
paticuts of any ago or either Bex. Being
vcrv palatable, the youngest children take
it without dillioulty. Iu the treatment of
ortlinarv ouns, oi.s, chiiu auiuo.,
I iron chit is, lufltienza, Clergyman's
Hot-e Throat, Asthma, Croup, and 'Ca
tarrh, the effects of Ayek's Cherrt PeO
tciial are magical, and multitudes are an
nual! v preserved from serious illness Dyiw
timt iv and faithful use. It Bhould be kept
at Land in every household, for tho pro-'
"-'ion it a nor '.Is m surtaen atiacKS. ia
Wi.oopinsj-cosigH and Consumption
ti.rr- ls no other remedy so euicacjoua,
.utw:::, ana neipiui. . :
- .. . ...... 1 i'jii.j curcn v. jurn vx.no
Cukkhv I'KCTORAi. has effected all over the
w vi'ld are a sufficient guaranty that it will
oiitinue to nroduce. tli l.ft rosnltn. An
in:!irt:al trial will convince the most scepti-
f.-.l of its womlrrfiil nmti n .11
f its snnunority over all other prepara
Uoi.rt for pulmonary complaints.
Eminent physicians in all rarta of the
eia:irry, knowing its composition, recom
mend Ayir's Cherry Pectoral to invalids,
prescribe it in their practice. The test
of half a century has proved its absolute
certainty to cure all pulmonary complaints
not already beyonu tne reacn 01 imman aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Lowell, Mass. .
B6U Bt Al.t &GC4CIST3 ETEKITA U!S1
lkv- iS?!r v's Jrh i-ta-
tfe;Liv"WJ are Kid
IM & CO.,
li f?S5sif.'4J rroprieiow.
M agMJar W5 ! r.,r Pamphlvt
P "1.1 iriF"'.' f.V'i'i'"" ,J and U-!iio:t.i'.ls.
1 U.m SPECIFIC 3IRUICIXK.
TRADE MARK The Great En-TRADC MARK
Klisu lieineay ;
An uuf a 1 1 i us
cure for Hcuil
aua nil oneyj-
of Self-Abuse t
BlfCBE TAtlSC. su Doss of AFTES TAIII8.
Memory, I'nlversal Dassitude. Tain In thekaek
Dimness of Vision, Preiimture Old Age, and
many other diseases that lead to Insanity or
CiHiniinptioii, and a Preinatnre ;rave.
tiVKull partieulars in our pamphlet, which
we desire to seiwl free by mail to every one.
SThe Specific Medicine is ?old by all iniK
Eirt at $1 per package, or six packages for f 5,
or will le sent free by mail on receipt of the
money, by adiressin
THE (iitAY MEDICINE CO.,
Mechanics' Dlock, Uktkoit. Mich.
TSoId in riattsmoutli and everywhere, by
Kendall's Sparin Cure
1 a sure tire for rpavtn, pi Int.
curb, cjillim.s. spruius, swellinp,
uallf, lameness and all enlarire-
Inienls of the joint and limb. It
; I will eoinnletel v remove a. bona
JV. spavin w:tho:it Mistering or eaus-
6,ing a Korc. 1 l Is also as khhi lor
man for lictst and Is used lull
strength, at all times of the year with perfect
si feiy . -
ORii-e I". S. Marshal, Kalamazoo, Apr. 15, T9.
IS. .1. Kendall. Dk.ak .Silt : I received the
two bottles of yonrspavia cure forwarded by ex
prevs in J miliary last. 1 tn happv to state that
it performed all your advert i.-r.jenl called for.
In three weeks after I vommeneed uinK it. the
spavin wa entirely removed and a valuable
horse restored to usefulness. Very truly vour.
J.OHN I'AKKKR (S
Sei-d for illustraled circular civiug l'ositive
I'roof. l'riee$l. All Druggists have it or can
(;et it for you. Dr. H. J. Kendall Co.. Irop'a.
3otf - Kuorbunr Kails, t.
C. Goodinati, Agent, Oinaua, Neb.
Or nynhir kinl, yon mm CI iou rirr If with out
Vcw BlantiiHti o that it will cut JJrltrr thao
M'2rer. Iba teeth will all remain of eoiiRl hizo and
batw. 8ni( free on rereipt of 9 i. SO to any
prt cf the United blatcs. Illustrated Circulars
Vootl Aaouta nanted newriy rountyand
pit. Addrsu JS. It O Tit 4a It HO., Aew Ojc
ford.JPa. .. .
BiiT V. ha hundreds of lottert frora man nilog
or Alaebia mho thttj would not take for 1U
Is the best base burn"
er for fc&rd coaL 14
tries and sizes, witit
mar natent imorove-
ments than anyother stoves. Ask your deal,
er for them, or send for free illustrated cir
cular. Ci.fs'-ir & Eris Stove Co. (Limited),
' :?.e 171 A 173 Lake St., ChicaQO.
WIRTS & SCHOLLE,
AO. ZC WABASH ATENUK. CHICAGO, 1U.
Fine, Medlnm, and Common
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Rnd orlea
lietof over 500 new designs MAILED FKEiS
upon applicAtioo. (&si ur U.)
i 11 w n r c c i rj
TKe 13KiT and KOSTPOPTLAR
Sewing "Flirsad f Modern Timss.
KEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
For aalu bv E. G.lPovey & Son. Solomon &
Nathan. Wm lierold.'W. II. Haker & Co., L.
KalisKV &- ion.
(3 C ffl A. M 9 NTH ! A31OT3
Z sruriwis f n ; Mim.
WlJU pictM. AdJAY EROIISOM.Eatpait.iliii
a, 000 BrsiiEU Brritvss, r wUick I
make Buckwt Pil, OiauTieiit,Warranted to
cur tilu. A.ara with uaaip, Er. i. H. TiLl.r. L Lauia. 14a.
win K. matlad. with INSL'FFI.ATSR
kill cnmpieio, for si. so. Adure.a Dr. (i
Iw biKe.es. 1 " aiaaiiKin v.. vmoic
111., who ae cured by U nine vcaira aes.
Tbontand enrea aince. If afra.d w.
-no. hiimhiK-i'H Mama tbia iintr. aafl
tend len centi to par printing and poatara
Liiili. etc. lou will nevar reeret U.
tin n.MMc Hi run inroraiaiioB. uhl
K -F. Matho w$,
Hardware, Cutlery, ITails,
Iron, Wag-un StocU,
ST0VJ2S and TIN-WARE,
Ii oii, Wood Stock, Pumps,
FIELD d- GARDEN SEEDS. ROPE,
AND ALL KINDS OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kept in Stock.
31akiti and llepairingy
-NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Work Warranted.
Schlegel & Nieman,
Successors to A. Schxkgfl & Uito..
And dealers in
SMOKERS!. FANCY ARTICLES, SMOKING
Special BRANDS and sizes of CIGARS ramie to
order, and satisfaction guaranteed. Cigar
clippings sold for smoking tsbacco.
.Main Street, one door west of J. S. Duke's stare
- : ', Opposite Jit OJF.ce,
. ' Plattsmoitth. Neb. 1ms
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
ETC ETC.. ETC.
Done withNeatness! Dispatch
ii only place In town where "Turley's pat
ent self adjustable horse collarsare sold."
kss at a n m m r m
IIt. J. Ia, 3ICIIKA,
HOMCBPATHIC PHYSICIAN, at Faetry
villi, Caa county, Nebraska. 341y
T. It. WILSOX,
ATTOKVKY AT LAW. Practices in Saun
der an Cass Cuntiea. Ashland. Nebraska.
It. II. WIMMIAJI,
ATTORXET AT LAW. riattsmouth.Tfeb. Of
fice Front Itoom ver Chapman A Smith's
Drug Store. 431 y
M. A. HAKTIUAX,
ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. Will Prac
tice in the State and Federal Courts. Resi
dence, riattsinouth. .Nebraska. illy
It. SZ. LIVIX5TO, M.
FHTSICIAIT & SUROROIC.
OFFICE HOURS, from 10 a. t., t t 9. m.
Exsroining Surgeon for U. S. Pension.
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN. reldenc on
Chlcaro Aenr.e, Plattanmuth. Nebrsanka.
Oftlce ia C. E. Weseott's Clothinj; Store. 4i'Iy
j. n. iiai.Ii. 91. n.
THYSICIAX AXD SURGROJf.
OITICE with Dr. Llvinffston South Side of
Main Street, between 6tk and 7th street". Will
attend talis promptly. yl
WILL. S. WISE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real EstaU. Fire In
nurance and Collection Agency. Ofiiee iu Fitz
gerald's block, Plattstnoutu, Nebraska. 22rn3
UF.O. S. 3f ITU.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Real Etate Bro
ker. Special attention ;iven to Collections
aud all matters affecting the title to real estate.
Ofiiee on 2d floor over Post Orttce. Plattsuiouth,
O. II. tt'HKELKIt A CO.
LAW OFFICE. Real Fjstate, Fire and Lire In
surance ARents. Plattsinoutli, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payer. Have a complete abstract
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
loans. Ac. yt
NOTARY PUr.LIC Will attend to buying
and elllng lands, examining titles, making
deeds, payiug taxes and collecting debts. Will
also attend to law suits before a Justice l the
47tf Factory vii.lk, Cass Co.
JAMES E. MORRISOV.
W. t.. BttOWNK.
3IOIEKISOX at BUOIVXR
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in Cass
and adjoining Counties ; gives special attention
to collections and abstracts of title, office in
Fitzgerald Block. Piattsnioutb. Nebraska.
17 V I .
SAM. M. CIIAPMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
nd Solicitor in Chancery. Office in Fitzger
ald Block, ,
Office on Main Street over Solomon & Na
than's Store. 34iy
PLATTSMO UTH , NEB..
C. IICISCL,, - Proprietor.
Flour, Corn Ileal & Feed
Alwavs n hand and for sale at lowest cash
prices. The highest prices paid for Wheat and
Corn. Particular attention given custom work.
PLATDiHOVTH K KB It ASK A.
Place nfbnalnesa nn Main St.. between 4th
and 6th street. Shampooing, ShavlHg, chil
dren's hair cutting, etc. etc. 191y
FRED. D. LEHNH0FF,
Morning Dew Saloon !
South-east corner Main and Sixth Streets.
Keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Constantly u Hand.
MACHINE SHOPS !
Repairer of Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sato and Grist Hill
UAH Atl) KTKASK FITTlTafciU,
f rought Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Pipes.Steani
Gauges, Safetv-Valve Governors, and all
kinds of Brass Engine Fittings,
repaired on suort notice.
c- li ro
S3 o -s!
(5 CP V
1 r a
o s 1
F PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA.
TOwTLE, HAWA 4k CI.AItK
E. n. Dover,
A. W. McLauohlin...
JKH O liOVBKI
Thin Bank Is now open for business at their
-lew roam, corner Main and Sixth streets, and
is prepared to transact a general
tlaaka, B.adt. Q.ld, Q.v.ramaat mud Laaal
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Veposits Received and Interest Allow
ed en Time Certificates.
Available in any part of the United States and
In all the Principal Towns and Clti
AGEXTS FOR THE
nuan Line and Allan Line
OF. STEAM Kits.
Person wishing to bring out their friends frora
turope can -
PDECHASB TICK ITS FROM TJS
Tltrnsla to Pla it-month
A. S. PADDOCK. V. S. Senator, Beatrice.
ALVIN SAUNDERS. U. S. Senator, Omaha.
K. K. VALENTIN E, Representafe. West Point.
ALB1N US NANCE. Governor, Lincoln.
S. J. ALEXANDER, Secretary of State.
F. W. LEIDTKE, Auditor. Lincoln.
G. M. BARTLETT. Treasurer. Lincoln.
8. R. THOMPSON, Supt- Public Instruction.
K. M. DAVIS. Land Commissioner.
C. J. DILWORTH. Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HARRIS. Chaplain of Penitentiary.
DR. II. P. MATTHEWSOX, Supt Hospital for
8. MAXWELL. Chief Justice, Fremont.
GEO. B. LAKE, Omaha.
AMASA COBB, Lincoln.
Second Judicial District.
S. B. POUND. Judge. Lincoln.
J. C. WATSON. Prosecuting-Att'y. Neb. City.
Y. C. SHO WALTER. Clerk District Court.
A. N. SULLIVAN, County Judge.
J. I). TUTT. County Clerk.
J. M. PATTERSON. County Treanurer.
R. W. II Y EKS, Sheriff.
G. .W. FAIRFIELD. Surveyor.
P. P. GASS. Coroner.
COUNTY COMMISSION F.RS.
JAMES CRAWFORD. South Bend Precinct.
SM'L RICHARDSON. Alt. Pleasant 1'ieciuct.
ISAAC WILES, Piattsmouth Precluet.
City 7) ire ;torr.
J. W. JOHNSON, Mayor.
J. M. PATTERSON. Treasurer.
J. 1). SIMPSON. City Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN. Police Judge.
P. B. MURPHY. Chief of Police.
F. E. WHITE, Chief of Fire Dept.
lot Ward F. GOKDER. C. H. PARMELE.
2d Ward G W. FAIRFIELD, J. V. WECK-
3.1 Ward D. MILLER. THOS. FOLLOOK.
4th Ward P. McCALLAX, E. S. SHARP.
2ottiAatlerSTsO. XV. MARSHALL.
B. & M. K. R.Time Table.
Taking Effect May 4, 1ST9.
FOR OMAHA FROM ' LATTSM0UT1I.
Leaves 8 :00 a. m. Arrives a. m.lO :20
3 :V p. m. " 4 p. m.
FROM OMAHA FOR PLaTTSMOCTH.
Leaves 9 :10 a. 111. Arrives 10 :40 a. 111.
" 6 :30 p. 1:1. " 8 :15 p. 111.
FOR THE WEST.
Leaves Piattsmouth 9 :45 a. in. Arrives Lin
coln, 12 -45 p. m. ; Arrives Kearney, 7: 55 p. m.
Freight leaves 9 :w a. in. Ar. Lincoln 2 :55 p.m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. C :."jO a. 111. Leaves Lincoln.
I .:!( p. 111. Arrives Plat tsimv.it h. 4 t20 p. m
Freight h aves Lincoln 11 :40 a. m. Arrives
Piattsmouth, 4 -ja p. in.
Express, 6 :l." h. 111.
l".isfii-er. (train each, day) 4 p. in , except
Saturday. Every third Saturday a train con
nects al'thu usual time.
II. V. 51. K. Time Tablii
Tahing Effect Sunday, March 23, 1S70.
9 :25 pm
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, thie Ointment is
I....1.U T. A t tarn ntt li'll v t I'l'Tlftl 1 IT
llinnt lllliliuauic. .u ' " " 1 ' , .
alone, but penetrates with the most searchiug
effects to tne very root of the evil.
HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT
Possessed of thin REMEDY, Every Man may be
his own Doctor. It may be rubbed into the
system, eo as to reach anv internal complaint :
bv these means it cures Sores or Ulcers in the
THROAT, STOMACH, LIVER. SPIxE. or oth
er parts. It is an Infallible Remedy for BAD
LEGS, BAD BREASTS, Contracted or Stiff
Joints. GOUT. RHEUMATISM, and all Skin
Important Caution. None are genuine
unless the signature of J. Haydock, as agent
for the United States, surrounds each box of
Pills and Ointment. Boxes at 2C cents, 62 cents,
and SI each. , . x , ,
fjgir- There is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes. Holloway & Co., New York.
Fever and Ague.
The true antidote to the effects of miasma Is
Hoetetter's Stomach Bittters. Thin medicine
ia one of the mont popular remedies of an aire
of successful proprietary specifics, and is in im
mense demand wherever, on this Continent, fe
ver and ague exists, a wmegiassiui three
times a day is the bet possible preparative for
encountering a malarious atmosphere, regulat
ing the liver, and invigorating the stomach.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener
No organ of thought or action can be emnlor-
ed without the assistance of the blo.nl. and no
organ can De employed aaieiy or itn impunity
without a supply of healthy blood. With
healthy blood the exercised organs become
well developed, whether thev be mutscular or
intellectual. By the use of Jh'ellow t.' Com
pound Syr up of II.vpophoptiite the
blood is speedily vitalized aud purified, and so
made capable of producing a sound mind and a
"Persons suffering from impure blood, or
wnose neaitn is giving way, either as ministers
r those who study cloxely, will find in the Syr
up me material iu uuuu mem up, ana me ion
ic to keep them there. Dr. Clat.
PrrrSFlELD. Me.. March
Mr. James I. Fkllows : Dear Sir : During
the past two years I have Riven your Com-
pouua syrup 01 tiypopnospnitea a rair though
somewhat severe trial in my practice, and am
able to speak with confidence of its effects, in
restoring persons suffering from emaciation and
the debility lollowing Diphtheria, it has done
wonders. I constantly recommend its uae in all
anectlons or tne throat and luns. Iu several
cases considered hopeless, it has given relief,
and the patients are fast recovering; among
these are Consumptive and old Bronchial sub
ject, whose diseases have resisted the other
in oa os oi treatment. For impaired digestion,
and in fact for debility from auv cause, I know
of nothing euual to It. Its direct effect In
strengthening the nervous svstfm renders It
suitable for the majority ot disease. I am. sir.
Wm. S. Howk, M. D.
NOTE. It Is only the itulezxndent trvll-irl
ed and Mowlwft Phyriclans who can afford to
prescn-Hj iuis remeuy. experience has pi o veil
this. The highest class medical men in every
large city where it is known, recommend it.
$1.50 per Bottle. 8 -o0 for six Bottles.
We hayo received from San Francis
co. Cal., the cutest paper The Argo
naut, it is a true Pacific Coast produc
tion, odd, lively, and unique, at least
to us away frora tids-water. Here are
a few of its good things:
And shall old Tilden dye?
And shall eld Tilden dye?
Then twenty thousand bald-head men
Will know the reason why !
Here's its version of Cleopatra and
She put hi in to her bosom.
Then she pinched his little tail ;
The serpent gave a wiggle
And the sorceress a wail.
And theu she cried, "O Antony I"
And turned exceeding pale
But the serpent died insiauter.
While the harlet went to Jail.
And something for our Irish friends:
TIIK BIRTH OF SAINT PATRICK.
An Irishman, who is not ashamed
of his own country, nor resolved upon
the destruction of this, sends ua the
following rhymed version of a good
story, which he has "copied fiom mem
ory." On the eighth day et March it w as, some people
That Saint Patrick at midnight he first saw the
While other, declare 'twas the ninth he was
And 'twas all a mistake between midnight and
For mistakes trill occur In a hurry and shock.
And some blamed the baby, ami some blamed
the cluck ;
Till, with all their cruse questious, sure no one
If the child was too fast, or the elocK was too
.Now the first faction fight in old Ireland they
Was x!l on account of Saint Patrick's birth-Jay ;
Some fought for the eighth, for the ninth more
Ap.d who wouldn't see right, sure they blacken
ed his eve !
At last, both the factions so positive grew
That each kept a birthday so Pat then had
Till Father Muleahy, who showed them their
Said. "No one could have two birthdavs but a
Says he. "Boys don't be light lug for eight or for
Don't be always dividing but sometimes com
Combine eight willi nine, aud seventeen is the
So let that be his birthday." "Amen," says
'If he uxtn't a twins, sure our hist'ry will show
That. i.t least, he's worth any two saints tl.at
we know 1"
Then they all got blind drtr.ik which complet
ed their bli.s ;
Aud we keep up the practice from that day to
County Commissioners' Proceedings.
PLATTSMOUTn, Neb., Apr. 1,'80.
- Board met pursuant to adjournment
in regular session, with James Craw
ford in the chair.
Roll called and James Crawford,
Samuel Richardson and Isaac Wiles
commissioners, and John D.Tutt.Coun
ty Clerk were piesent.
Minutes of last session of the boaid
were then read and approved.
Tho official bond of J. M. Iligjjins,
as assessor of Tiptou precinct, with J.
S. Ryan and J.. E. Greunoiate as securi
ties, whs rend and approved.
On motion the Board adjourned to
meet Friday tuoruing, April 2d. at 8
Friday, April 2d, 18S0.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
with all the commissioners aud the
The following claims were audited
and allowed on General Fund:
Mrs. C. Kennedy washing piis-
oners clothes $ 7 20
J. D. Tutt, salary and expense
bill for March 4140
State Journal Co., making Ux
list 1880 ... 17 03
E. II. Woley, salary for March,
Sup't Pub. Inst 77 CO
J W Jenings,enteringtreas'rs
statem't in com'rs record 12 00
R. W. Ilyers, board'g prisoners 110 00
It. W. Ilyers, jailors fees for
March 40 50
Sage Bros, sundries per bill 44 20
Streight & Miller, per bill S 23
Truman Sampson, witness be
fore Grand Jury 9 70
R. R. Livingston, et al insane
case of Wm.Spence 49 10
R. R. Livingston, et al insane
case of Chas. Mulirtz. . .. 38 35
Fred Gorder.coal 33 00
The following orders were allowed
on Bridge Fund:
John E. Duke, nails per bill. . . 3 50
J. F. Doud, lumber per bill 8 20
The following orders were allewed
on poor fund:
C. H. Parmele wood for pauper 3 50
Albert Lisler, uuring G. Long 45 00
G. II. Black, medical attendance 50 00
The following official bonds were
read and approved:
Bond ef Tbad Adams, Supervisor
Road Dit. No. 22, Carl Pankonin and
Pat Bletsington sureties.
Boud ef Jos. Lynn, Supervisor Road
Dist. No. 39, G. F. McNamee and Geo.
N. La Rue sureties .
Bond of L. Eichoff, Supervisor
Read Diet. No. 10, B. S. Ramsey and
Bond of J. M. Carter, Justice ef tke
Peace, Mt. Pleasant precinct, Jehu
Philpett, Jr, and Solomon Foltz, sure
ties. Bond ef W. J. Linen, Superviser
Road Diet. No. 40, L. B. Ilobaon, J. A.
Currant and W. II. Newell sureties.
Bond of George Young, Supervisor
Read Dist. N. 35, C. M. Holmes and
W. H. Newell sureties.
Bond of A. B. Btrr, Justice of the
Peace, Greenwood precinct, A. B. Barr
and Wm. Leesley sureties.
Bond of Henry Carpenter, Constable,
Greeawood precinct, C.H.Kiikpatrick
and A. S. Ceoley sureties.
On motion the application of Joha
Hart for extension, ef time for the
payment of the amount due for the
east i of north-east , See. 1C, tewn
10, range 10 east (school laud) was
granted, and Clerk instructed to noti
The application of August Thimgan
for the vacation of a road commencing
at the south-west corner of the south
east if of Sec. 34, and running north,
through the centre ef said section 34,
town 12, range 10 east, and terminat
ing at the center of seetioa 27, tewn
12, range 10 east, was rejected, as B.
W. Briggs, the commissioner appoint
ed to view said proposed road, report
ed against the same. 1
On motion of Mr. Richardson it was
ordered Jthat E. II. Wooley, County
Supt. of Public Instruction be allowed
the sum of three dollars a day for time
actually used while engaged in the
duties of his office, as salary .for said
The application of D. Sweeney foi
refunding of taxes erroneously paid
upon ths north of south-east . and
soutlieast 4 of south east 4 of sec
tion 23, torrn 12. range 10 east from the
year 1SC7 to 1877. was referred te the
County Treasurer for adjustment, as
per standing order.
The petition of J. T. AHoever far
section Hue road beginning at the
southeast corner of the north-east f
of section 27, town 12, range 11, and
running thence north on section line
to south boundary of the town plat of
the town of Louisville, was granted,
and the Clerk was ordered to notify
all that felt aggrieved to present bill
for damages on or before boob of tho
12th day of June, 18S0, or such road
will be opened without reference there
to. J. A. lfaseuioier, M. D., f Louis
ville, wad granted a license to sell spir
ituous liquors as a druggist for the
space of six months.
The order heretofore made, grant
ing license to druggists to sell spiritu
ous liquors for the sum of S25 a year
wa3 revoked, and the sum fixed for
said license is now $300, tho same as
On mi.lieii the Bard adjourned to
meet Tuesday, April 6th, 1880.
Tuesday,' April 6th, 1S30.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
full board present.
Official bond of G. W. Johnson, su
pervisor district 55, approved.
The followirig claims were then
50 lowed on poor fund:
II. Boeck, coffin for Mrs.Leomis.$ll
A. C. Fry, digging grave 4
Mrs. L. A. Austin, invalid chair
for Poor House 10
J. C. Eikenbary, b'd'g paupers. . 4-4
Allowed on General fund:
T. W. Shryock, boak case for C"k 1
WL Wells, Clerk District Court
sundries as per bill
W C Showalter, Clerk of Court
cost in IIobba,case
AN Sullivan, sundry costs as
Stato vs Stephen Gray
" " O II Despain
" ' Satnp Carnes
" " Allen Stutts
" " Andy Logan
" " Peter Bump
" " Joseph Ferguson
" "John Smith
" Oeo. C. Ferd
" " Jjhn Bush et al 28 00
" " Wallace Higgins 26 45
M "OO Fountain 4 25
M "Tatrick Tuney 34 50
Order allowed A. B. Barr for 400
feet of lumber, dist 26.
Petition of Henry Wolfe et al for lo
cation of read, granted and Clerk in
structed to notify all persons aggriev
ed to present the bill for same on er
before the 12th day of June, 1880, or
such road will be opened without ref
Order allowed Joshua Lina, super
visor district 59 for 00 feet lumber,
on Waterman & Son.
Order allowed J. R. Yallery, super
visor dist. 14. for 500 feet lumber.
On petition J. L. Hutching was ap
pointed supervisor dist. 43.
Order allowed John Newhan, dist.
45, for 1,463 feet Umber, on Waterman
Order allowed Rob't Welbura, dist.
1, for 965 feet lumber on Cummins &
Richey, and 12 pounds spikes en J. S.
Order allowed L. D. Hunter, for 400
feet lumber on Waterman & Sen.
Ordered that license be issued John
Ossenkop, to sell liquois at Louisville
ou payment of 500.00.
Board adjVi.i r.ed to meet at 8 o'clock
Wednesday, April 7, '80
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
full board present. The following re
solution was unanimously adopted. .
Owing to the fact that many are
bringing in claims against the county
for keeping and caring for paupers
and destitute persons, without author
ity of law, it is therefore
Resolced, That hereafter claims will
not be allowed for caring for destitute
persons, unless application be made
to the county commissioner, residing
in the district in which said destitute
person may be, or to the county Phy
sician in the absence of the commis
sioner. The following claims were then al
State vs. EdO'Donnell $5 CO
Jas. Carnway 5 CO
" " Lydie Lee 5 CO
" " Peter Ililliard 5 GO
" John Parmer 5 CO
" " J. F. Cady 5 GO
" " John Griffin 5 CO
" Maud Foster 5 60
- " Michael Bush 5 60
" " Robt Kirk , 5 CO
Ordered that license be issued F. S.
Echols to sell liquors in Louisville, on
payment of the required $500.00.
The following claims were then al
lowed: S Richardson, serv. ascomr's. . .SIC 00
Jas. Crawford, " " " ... 14 50
Board then adjourned to go out in
the county te locate bridges.
Attest: Jas. Crawford, ) r
J. D. Tutt, S. Richardson, V rhrio
Co. Clerk. Isaac Wiles, ) omia
Where, Oh, where's poor Horace .
The Intor Ocean lies. OmahaNews.
The Omaha Republican reiterates
The Inter Ocean's lies. Omaha News.
Tho Inter Ocean's report may be set
down as a lie. Omaha News.
Many people will remember the two
idiots boy and girl who were car
ried around the country a few years
ago and palmed off in small towns as
"the wild Australian Children." They
had been taught just two words, and
in response to any question or any re
mark they shouted. "You lie 1" "You
The couple were withdrawn from
the traveling shew some years age.
We do not know whatever became of
the girl, but the boy is evidently edit
ing the Omaha News. The Inter
The girl got lost among the slashes
of Wabash County, in this State. Aft
er wandering about for a number of
years she was found by an enterpris
ing Cass County Democrat, brought to
Logansport, and is now editing the
Pharos. It is to be hoped that the
long separated brother and sister may
again be united. Let the union take
place at Omaha. Logansport Journal.
This shows the advantage of adver
tising. Had it not been for the thought-
fulness of The Inter Ocean these two
orphans might never have discovered
A Bill to Equalize Homesteads. .
In the Senate of the United States.
January 20th. 1880, Mr. Paddock
asked and, by unanimous consent,
obtained leave to bring in the fol
lowing bill; whicli was read twice
and referred to the Committee on
Be it enacted by the Senate and
IIou.e of Representatives of the Uni
ted State ef America in Congress as
sembled. That every person entitled,
under the provisions of section twen
ty-two hundred and eighty-nine, chap
ter five. Revised Statutes of the Uni
ted States, to enter a homestead, who
may have heretofore entered, under
the homestead laws, a quantity ef land
less than one hundred and sixty acres,
shall be permitted to enter so much
land as, when added to the quantity
previously entered, shall not exceed
one hundred and sixty ocres: Provided
That when such additional entry can
not, be made ef lands contiguous to
the original entry of the applicant, he
may select lands elsewhere, but he
shall not be entitle te a patent there
for without satisfactory proof to the
General Land Office of the planting
and continuous cultivation ef crops or
forest or fruit trees on an area ef the
same equal to eae acie for each forty
acres thereof during a period or three
years; and all assignments and trans
fers of the right hereby secured, and
all contracts to assiga or transfer such
righ made prior to the issue of the
pateat, shall be null and void: And
provided further, That any person who
has entered less than one hundred and
sixty acres, may, if he so elect, surren
der his original entry te the United
States for cancellation, and thereupon
be entitled to enler lands under tho
homestead laws the samo as if the sur
rendered eutry had net been made.
Andrews' Bazar for April.
This model journal will be welcow
ed by all ladies interested in the mys
teries of the toilette. The styles of
Andrews' Bazar are justly popular, and
those iu the April number are new and
in advance of those of any other pub
lication. When we consider the super
ior attractions presented by this Mod
el Family Paper, its subscription price
only One Dollar per annum, and see
that every subscriber is presented free
with fifty cents' -worth of Andrews'
Pinned Paper Fashions, we are oblig
ed to acknowledge it as at least one
case where the reading public get full
value received for the money they ex
pend. We would advise those of our
readers who are unacquainted with
the merits of the Bazar to send ten
cents, for a sample copy, to
W. R. Andrews, Publisher,
Tribune Building, New York.
A BRILLIANT PUBLICATION.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Xngazine
For May is a remarkable number of
this always entertaining, instructive
and edifying periodical; and is highly
creditable to the talent, carefulness
and industry of the editor. The 128
quarto pages present a vast variety of
delightful reading, interesting to all
classes and calculated te gratify all
tastes. There are good, solid articles,
replete with information; essays; se
rial and short stories; adventures;
sketches; 102ms; biographies, obitua
ries, etc., etc all deserving ef warm
commendation and scattered through
out are brilliant literary gems. The
illustrations number probably one hun
dred, and exhibit the best style of
wood engraving. The opening article,
"Mohammed and hi3 Religion," and
"Martin Luther," a biographical stu
dy, are exceedingly interesting. In
the department of fiction, "Be-Be, the
Nailaiaker's Daughter." and "Little
Hinges" are continued with increasing
interest; and there are several admir
able short stories by popular writers.
The poems are very meritorious; tbe
miscellany unusually abundant, as are
also the Religious Notes and News at
Home and Abroad. There are obitu
ary notices of celebrated divines, Re
creations for Sunday Afternoon, a beau
tiful Hymn (the music by Mendel
sohn), etc., etc; but it is impossible to
do more than merely glance at the rich
and varied contents. The price of a
single copy is only 25 cents; the annu
al subscription Is 83; six months, $1.50;
and four months SI. Address, Frank
Leslie's Publishing House, 53, 55 and
57 Park Place, New York.
More horses aro annually killed or
injured by over-feeding and by inju
dicious feeding than by starvation or
most other causes. In horses we can
delect as many dilTcrciit temperaments
mid dispositions as in man, though but
few horse owners take this fact into
mature consideration in tho manage
ment of their horses, particularly in
that part of it relating to food and
feeding. Some horses aro natural
glutton.?, and they must bo neon to
carefully or they will, at times, bo apt
to seriously injure themselves by feed
ing too fast, while much of tho food
they consume will pass through them
undigested, for the simple reason that
it is 6vallovcd before it ha9 been
proiterly masticated. Wo liko to seo
what is termed a "good feeder" (ono
which does not. ininco or pick careful
ly over hi9 feed), but then wo aro not
at nil partial to the ravenous ones,
fcjtich a horse ns the latter named will
divo into his feed with his mouth
wide open, and invariably takes more
nt a mouthful than ho can cither hold
in his mouth or properly masticate.
There arc several ways to fix such fel
lows, one vvay being to mix somo littlo
lino hay with his oats, while moisten
ing tho oats, or feeding cut food pre
vents him from pandering to his greedy
propensities. A horso with a delicato
appetite is usually a tender, delicato
animal, and not at all desirable.
The trouble with most persons who
keep horses, no matter whether on tho
la nn for farm work or for driving pur
poses, is they feed too much hay ; and to
Litis cause can bo attributed thegeucral
eluggishness often manifested by tho
horses until they have been working a
couple of hours, while the wind is, al
so, much impaired. Night is tho only
time when hay should be fed, espe
cially to animals used for quick work.
Even the slow plow team should have
but li: tie hay at the morning and noon
feeds, but give them a generous supply
at tho evening meal. By doing this,
your horfio will keep in better spirits
and condition, and free from any
tendency to "pot-bolly," whicli horse
men so much dislike to see. Field
A Sheep Farm iu Georgia.
A writer in the Atlanta Constitu
tion says that in 1871 he bought 400
acres of reputed poor land in Glynn
county, (J:i., and put upon it 100 sheep.
In 187:5, by natural increase, ho had
370 ewes and had tent to market 73
wethers. His sheep were penned night
ly, and every two nights manured a
half acre well. Since that time ho
has brought into a high slate of culti
vation 100 acres of laud that seven
years ago was considered worthless.
Since 1871 lie his bought 200 sheep,
and now owns about 1,800 head, lie
keeps a shepherd, who is paid to at
tend to his business and keeps a book
account of every dollar and dime spent
on the sheep, and finds, by casting up
a balance sheet, that it costs him ex
actly 75c per head per annum to keep
his ilock. They average him about 3
pounds of wool each. Lat year ho
clipped in May and again in Septem
ber, and the clip amounted to fivo and
a halt" pounds per head. Last year ho
sold in Savannah and Macon 8,000 lbs.
of wool, Ht an average of thirty cents
pur pound, including a few pounds of
Merino wool, which makes the gross
reeeipt $2,970. The annual expense
of the ilock was $1,026. So there was
an absolute net profit in the wool of
$1,CC1. Last year he sold iu thenbovo
cities iiinctv-two wethers a mutton
for $312, making a total of $2,00(3. Be
sides this, ho bus fertilized the poor
wire grass lands so that last year ho
cultivated eighty-four acres, and from
forly-ono acres in corn ho made an
aveiage of thirty-one bushels: ten in
Bugar-cauc that made fifty-sir barrels
of syrup ; fifteen in oats that averaged
forty-two bushels to the acre, and on
tho remainder an abundance of all
kinds of truck farming, receiving for
his sale of vegetables iu New York a
net profit of $284.
New York Herald.
Mr. Flood's story of his lucky st roko
is this : I was oil Montgomery street
one day, and a friend sakl 'Treat
me,' to which I replied, 'I have no
money.' 'Buy Consolidated Virginia
and you will be rich; you know
my judgment is good,' was his reply.
Something told me there was inspi
ii I ion in his advice, and I said,
Well, go and buy me a thousand
eh;yes.' The mine was an old one, and
supposed to be exhausted, and my or
der. was filled at $G a share. When I
once go at a Ihlng I go in deep, and so
I continued to buy until I got control
of the mine, whicli was about five
thousand shares, mid which cost Hie
ibout $00,000. My friends all came to
see ni, like I lie comforters of old Job,
and said : 'Flood, you're cracked ; but
I thought I had a goo.l mine. They
didn't see how I was going to get at
the ore, if there was any there, with
out sinking the shaft, which would
cost a heap of money; but I did. A
little bird hassung tome several times
iu the course of my life when there
was a crisis in my a flairs. Some call
it instinct or foresight; I call it prov
idence: I ran a secret drift through
the neighboring-mines, and struck a
ricli body of ore. We got $33,000,000
in dividends out of that hole iu teu
Flour Ttidding. Ten eggs thor
oughly beaten, one quart of milk, one
third cup of cream, ono tcaspoonful
of salt, and seven heaped tablespoons
of flour. Bake half an hour.
Bread Crumbs for Frying. Put
stale bread in 1 he month of the oven
until it is perfectly dry ; then roll it
with flic rolling-pin and sifi it; tho
finest crumbs will do for breading
articles to be fried, and the largcroncs
Pickled Oysters. Drain the liquor
from the oysters and add to it whole
pepper, allypiec, a few sticks of mace,
and salt. Vrhcn this liquor boils drop
in the oyster, and boil tlicnt one min
ute. Then take them out quickly, and
cool them, Add half as much vinegar
as liquor; boil a few minutes and
pour over the oysters.
Palatable Medicines. Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is a honeyed drop of
relief; his Catharic Pills glide sugar
shod over the palate; and at is Sarsa
parilla is a nectar that imparts vigor
to life, restores the health and expels
disease. Waterford (Pa.) Advertiser.