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riiATTSMOUTII, MAT C, 1880.
L'allfcr Repablieaa State ConTentlon.
The Republican ectra of the 8tt of K-prMka-ar
hereby culled to Mod lfelecates
from the Mreral (.'unties to meet in State Con -etln
at Colombo.- o Wednefldav, the mh
dy of May. lino, at 7 'clock p. in., tor the pur
pose ef electing alx delegates to the Republi
can National Convention to be held at Chicago,
on the 3d day of June next, to nominate candi
dates for President and Vice-President of the
United States ; and to transact such other bu
siness as mar properly come before it.
The seTetal Counties are entitled to rs pres
entation in btate Convention as fel.ows. based
upon the rote cast In each county for Hon.
Amasa Cobb for Judge of the Supreme Court,
In 1879, firing one delegate to each liO -rotes,
and one for the fraction of 75 votes, alo one
m large i er eaca organized County.
... 565 5
... 31 1
.... 2752 10
... 256 3
... 448 4
... 1453 11
... 1025 8
... 341 3
.... 56 $
Burt. a. .n.
83 . 2
' 279 -3
Kk' hard son
admitted to the Convention, except uch as are
held by persons residing in the Counties from
which the proxies are given. i
Second, That no Delegate shall represent an
absenrniember of his delegation, unless he be
clothed with authority from the Count? Con
vention, or is in possession of proxies from re
gularly elected delegates.
By order of the ttepublican State Central Com
mittee. JAMKS W. DAWES. Ch'n.
JAMES DONNELLY. Secy. vn n.
LiMcour, Nh)., April e, 1880.
Call for Republican Count j Coareatioo
The Republican County Convention will meet
at the School House at Weeping Water, at 11
o'clock , m.." Saturday, May 8th. The basis of
representation will be one delegate for every
twelve votes, or major fraction thereof, cast
for Judge Cobb, at the election in Fall of 1879.
Following Is the number of delegates to
which each precinct Is entitled, and the time
and places of holding the primaries, on Satur
day, May 1st,
Bead th b6w Ordinances, and miud
your eye. '
Ben. Droate says he is for the nomi
nee at Chicago. Good for "Ben."
Twentt-siy more for Grant from
South Carolina and. JLrkanaas last
That's a. jam up old massage of
Mayor Johnson's.- Just you read it
clear through. -
Cotjbt met Tuesday again and held
a short termV. adjourning Wednesday
morning until next regular term.
Gen'l John IIeintzleman died at
Washington, D. C on Saturday, May
1st. Another brave old Soldier gone.
We have received a very nice little
invite te the Tournament at Nebraska
City, next week, and, oh! how we hope
we can go.. Thanks, gentlemen.
The boys are rather making fun of
Nye, because he let "Rosey" get away
with the baggage. He made a vigor
ous Blaine campaign, but he was no
match fer the Omaha schemers.
Then, all there Is in this campaign
is te coax recalcitrant Republicans
who never liked Grant, to come back
and vote the Republican-ticket, eh?
At least, those were the Blaine argu
ments we have heard this week.
If by means of the anti-Blaine men
giving in and allowing "Jimmy te
walk over the course, we sheuld in
duce eld David Davis to return te the
Republican party, what a hunk of
meat they would bring to the Blaine
camp, for sure. .
Jno. W. Barnes left for Silver Cliff,
Colorade. yesterday, and expects to get
round heme about Chicago Convention
time. He expects te bring fifteen sil
ver mines, a diamond cave, and twenty
quicksilver fountains home with him.
Good bye, John, . "till we meet at Jeri
cho." . -
Mr. J. Fenn, the Universal Story
teller of the Peru Herald is now run
ning the north Nebraska Eagle, Dako
ta, as we see by the inside of his pa
per. Oh Fenn! that you should desert
vs thus and turn democrat righ'atthe
critical point in our fortunes. We
weep tears of blood.
We have received ' a copy ef the
Waukesha, Wis, Freeman, containing
an account ef the Golden Anniversary
f Mr. and Mrs. S. II . Barstow, old
friends of ye editor's family, relating
hew the golden presents showered
upon them, brought and presented by
the many friends they had gained in
the fifty years they had journeyed to
gether, nearly forty of them being
spent in the little town where they
still dwell. Verily those silvery and
golden epochs in the pathway of life
ax very pleasant aes.
Instructions or No Instructions.
In advising as we have for no cast
iren pledges at our county Convention,
we have simply followed our own judg
ment and the precedent established in
the county. We call the attention, of
our friend Mayor Johnson and all who
favor instructions, to the fact that we
ourselves, stood on the floor of that
convention with eight out of ten del
egates favorable to us from the start,
and yet a, Cass, County Convention
refused te instruct for MacUnrphy or
Wheeler. If they had it might hare
saved us a good deal of trouble at Lin
coln, where we were fought until the
moment of balloting by an outside
lobby who declared we bad not the
' If precedents are so strorrg in one
place, let's humor them a little in an
other. . The second" reason - for our course
has been to avoid just such a melee as
they have had in Douglas, where the
editor of the first Blaine paper there
speaks in the bitterest terms ef the
Republican convention - held, and de
nounces the factions of both the Grant
and the ether, or Blaine-Sherman, ele
ment. "... ,
We have endeavored to edit this pa
per, so that instead of building up a
faction, we could all meet as Republi
cans, and elect a good delegation to
Columbus, in which the County should
be fairly represented, and have no
dirty fight to last us all through the
If we have made a mistake in this,
some of the besc men in the United
States have made a mistake, too. and
we are in good company. Even Judge
Hoar advised the great Stato of Mas
sachusetts not to instruct. It is not
the primary object of this campaign,
the ultima thule of honest endeavor,
that there should be a lot ef Blaine
men and a lot of anti-Blaine men at '
loggerheads in either County or State
convention, but that we should all,
Republicans unite andgf tna. man
that can poll vetfanough to be elect-
ed l?reSltLe"ljj.u0.. f Honht ArdiinntA
is our object. .
The Natural Outcome.
If the only object or the prime ob
ject of the coming Convention is to be
sure and elect a man to go to Chicago
that will vote for Blaine, and to coax
as many old Republicans back as pos
sible, by humoring them in the selec
tion of a national candidate, then Dr.
R. R. Livingston is the man the Blaine
men should select. Hell go to Chica
go, if we can coax the Convention to
nominate him, and vote for Blaine till
you can't rest. The Doctor is not just
our kind of a Republican; we thought
the man that stuck te his party
through good and evil report, was the
btauncheat man; but he is our neigh
bor and personally very popular in the
district, and would come as near car
rying it as any pronounced Blaine man
you can put up. If you're going to run
this. thing, we want you to run it, and
follow out your own conclusions. Dr.
Livingston will vote against Grant ev
ery time, and if we have got to send a
Blaine man, we would just as soon
have him as any one.
It seems the Couraut has two edit
ors, a "senior" and a "junior." Platts
Yes, and either "senior" or "junior"
can take care of a baker's dozen of
Plattsmouth Heralds with both
hands tied behind him. Omaha ner
ald. Thanks ! Plattsmouth Courant.
Oh, ho. Doctor, you want to put your
shovel in again, do you? Why didn't
you "take care" of the "little Herald"
in 1872? We observe you got hand
somely whaled then, and was sulky
over it, as you always are when whip
ped. Mr. Courant: If you're so handy
with your paws behind you, why didn't
you clean out that miserable little
Irish democratic chap at Columbus, as
you set out to do, and not turn tail,
and run down here? You'll need both
hands in front of you here, and your
brains, too. this summer.
Old Barnum got the best of Bergh
in New York, lately. He advertised
that his horse "Salamander" would
jump through a hoop of fire. Bergh
got a lot of policemen and a warrant
for Barnum, on the ground of cruelty,
etc. On the night in question Barnum
came out and made a speech before the
performance mentioned, in which he
stated that he and all his clowns would
walk through the hoops of fire first,
and then "Salamander" would jump
through them. They did; and when
the horse, a beautiful little black stal
lion," appeared, the audience cheered,
and cheered so enthusiastically that
the police and Mr. Bergh "kinder" left,
thinking an arrest that night would
Don't be so hard on us, boys. If the
Grant men should turn in now and
elect your "plumed knight," and bring
back Davis, and Palmer (of Illinois,
not our Cap.), and Trumbull, and Liv
ingston, just think of it, we poor dev
ils would elect your man for you after
all, and you would owe your victory to
the poor despised "third termer" at
Front Weeping Water.
We received .the following letter
which we publish except the dele
gates which we had before:
-As near as I can learn . the W. W
delegation is solid for Grant, the Avo
ca one for Blaine ; Centre, four for
Grant and two for Blaine. Liberty
pretty equally divided. I also under
stand that your town is divided, so
upon the present lookout we shall
have a warm old fashioned conven
tion next Saturday.
Our town is slowly but surely grow
ingMr. Barnes' new Drug Store will
be quite an ornament to the place. All
the stores in town are filled to their ut
most capacity with new goods, which
they are selling cheap.
The prospect of a railroad seems
good as we think there cannot be so
much smoke without some fire.
Delegates to the County Convention
We rrive below the delegates from
the City and County, as far as heard
from, to the Republican County Con
ventiorr next Saturday, appending the
comments ef the senders themselves,
if any furnished us, as regards the
complexion of the deleration on the
Presidential question. It is fair to say
that most of the precincts elected
without expressing any marked pref
erence and without instructions.
1st Ward D. H. Wheeler, Jno. Jen
nings, E. II. Wooley, A. Schlegel, J. A.
MacMurphy. Resolution passed not to
instruct delegates to Columbus.
... 2d Ward Jos. W. Johnson, M. L.
White, G. S. Smith, J. B. Strode, G. W.
8d Ward Sam. M. Chapman. H. E.
Palmer, M. B. Murphy, R. Donnelly,
J. E. Morrison.
4th Ward F. Carruth, L. C. utiles,
E. H. Sage, H. M. Bushnell.
A fair statement of its status is
First and Fourth Wards, anti-Blaine;
Second and Third, Blaine; although
there are anti-Blaine men in each ward
and no solid delegation, except the 1st,
which was solid for no instructions.
Plattsmouth Precinct Saml L.
Thomas,-A. B. Todd, C- Eikenbary, II.
Eikenbary, Wm. Murray, Isaac Wiles,
Thos. Wiles. No primary was held,
but the Central Committee man, by
consent of active Republicans, ap
pointed. Rock Bluffs W. Lloyd, W. Mor
row, W. Royal, W. J. Hesser, W. Jen
kins, T. Holmes, A. S. Root, A. Root,
B. Droste, Geo. Berger, E. Berger. (No
comments by sender; supposed to be
an anti-Blaine delegation.)
Liberty J. F. Buck, Sam. Cannon,
S. M. Kirkpatrick, Joshua Lynn, Law-
son Sheldon, G. LaRue, H. F. T
James Irvin, John MujAsTTMixed.) It
was uovedlrjflior-rer, and carried.
Q<?ff&1lltgtite3 present at Weeping
Water be authorized to cast the vote
of the whole delegation.
Mt. Pleasant Sam. Rector. W. J.
Carter, J. M. Carter, II. - G. Hawley,
Webster. Delegates present to
cast vote of precinct.
Weeping. Water B. Yeomans, C.
C. Hadsell, D. C. Fleming, J. Beards
lev, S.-W. Beardsley, D. D. Johnson, A.
A. Borden, T. Clark. Dr. Thomas, Dr.
Butler. (Strong anti-Blaine.)
Eight Milk Grove J. H. Becker,
Sam Barker, J. F. Polk, M. D. Polk, H.
Elmwood E. A. Kirkpatrick, Jos.
McCaig, T. D. Look, T. P. McCarty, S.
W. Orton, S. C. Holden.
Avoca O. Tefft, D. E. Tromble, S.
A. Davis, J. H. Davis, J. W. Cox. (No
Louisville A. B. Fox, Walter J.
Cutf orth, J. T. A. Hoover, B. G. Hoo
ver, R. B. Howell, D. D. Martindale, J.
V. Glover. (Complexion mixed.)
Salt Creek H. D. Root, Geo. W.
Mayfield. T. Sampson, E. B. Coleman,
V Quackenbush. (Supposed to be for
S6UTH Bend, May 1, 1880.
The Republican voters of So. Bend
Precinct met at South Bend School
house, at 7 o'clock p. m. Called to or
der by Central Committeeman H.J.
Streight; R. G. McFarland, secretary.
On motion, G. D. Mattisoii, D. Swee
ney, T. T. Young. Burton Fuller were
elected delegates to County Conven
tion, to meet at W. W. May 8th. Dele
gates were instructed to fill delegation
by proxy, if unable to attend in person.
H. J. Streight, Ch'n.
R. G. A.cFarland, Sec'y.
Wk have a letter from "Father Mar
tin" of .Dakota, this State, which re
news old friendships, personally, and
says he is going to start a new paper
in Dakota. Whether it is a Republi
can, Democrat or Greenback we know
not, but it is to be worked on the old
Herald Press, and we heartily hope
it may not disgrace the old machine
which has printed many wise and un
wise sayings in it's day, and been a
useful servant for us. To father M's
desires for a renewal of personal ac
quaintance once more, after so many
years of parting, we most heartily
Weeping Water Notes.
Another week of dry wind storms
has passed and farmers, generally, are
beginning to feel very much discour
aged aiound here, at the prospects for
If rain don't come soon we shall
have to loan your Platte river to irri
gate our lands with.
An immense amount of goods have
been received of late by several W. W.
firms, stocking up, I suppose for spring
and summer trade.
The New Millinery Establishment
of the Misses Calkins is now open. La
dies call and see them.
The new wonder at W. W. is the
"Atlas and World," statuary, to be
seen gratis, at A. L. Marshall's Drug
Store, presented by II. B. Mathew's
Sobs of Chicago, tc the Exclusive
Agent in Weeping Water, for their
standard medicines; call and see the
The "Nebraska Herald" is ac
knowledged here as the best Newspa
per in Cass County, all because it has
a good Editor and good assistants, and
a new Cylinder Printing Press. We
wish the "Herald" long life and pros
perity. Geo. Mitchell has been with us for a
few days: he has applied for this terri
tory, and expects to be here in about
two weeks to canvass for "Anderson
ville," a book everybody wants, both
soldiers and citizens.
B:trnes new store is progressing rap
idly, the stone work of the cellar will
be furnished in a day or two now.
A. L. Marshall, wife and twin boys
were out for a drive last Sunday p. m.
and on returning home by way of the
Cascade Mills, met with what almost
proved a serious accident; when cross
ing the bridge across the Mill race, one
of the horses became frightened and
crowded its mate off the bridge and it
fell dragging with it the other horse
and buggy ;fortunately all succeeded in
getting safe out of the buggy before it
was dragged over the bridge; horses
were saved with much difficulty, bug
gy damaged some. A. L. Marshall
and wife extend sincere thanks to Mr.
Miller, family and others, for their
kind assistance at the time of the
The first glass factory in the United
States of which we have any definite
knowledge was built in 1780.
"P0WLB AND PRESTIGE.?
Humbug Talk" by the Fool Friends of
. The Omaha Bee tears its nether gar
ment with indignation at the idea that
Kansas -and Iowa having gone for
Blaine, if Nebraska should go for Grant
a Grant administration would there
fore be more favorable to her than to
the others. Does the Bee know one
Alvin Saunders? Does the Bee know
that once upon a time he voted to help
Hayes out of a tight place concerning
certain government officials in New
York City? And does the Bee also
know and suspect that therefore the
aforesaid Saunders has ; the ear of
Hayes in respect to appointments, as
A. S. Paddock, who voted the other
way, has not? "And has the Bee ever
rent its shirt in fierce denunciations of
Saunders, and particularly of Hayes,
on account of this little "You tichlo
me and I'll tickle you" transaction? If
it has, we are in ignorance of the fact
and wait expectant for information.
- The fact is. this kind of reciproci,
ty is common in political, in business
and in every day life, and the man who
won't or don't act upon it is not the
likeliest to get on in the world. He
who will not return a favor is gener
ally termed a sneak, and he who fav
ors an enemy a3 he does a friend, is sel
dom blessed with a superabundance of
D0LNUS OF COURT.
Synopsis of Disposition of Most of the
Short vs B & M Settltd.
Aultman. Miller & Co vs Pettit et
Jilack vs Schlater Continued.
Sans vs Hobbs et al Verdict fur
pltff for S 1,783.23.
Weyrich & Co XS-GiiSlore Motion
for newrfrSeft excepts.
aten vs Hobbs Dismissed at pltff s
Cavey vs Sprague Continued.
Moore vs B & M Judgment as per
Vallery vs Drew continued.
Connor ys Parmele & Darrah Set
tled; costs paid.
Guthman ys Kern Continued.
Thomas vs Gregory Judgment for
pltff 857.12; deft to have stay of action
fer 30 days.
Gorder vs Stull Settled.
Crittenden vs Hyers et al Removed
to U S Cireuit Court.
Fairfield vs Allison Found for pltff
and judgment for $2.00.
Dwinnell vs Brock Continued.
Andrews vs Livingston Continued.'
Darling vs Poisell et al Passed.
Story vs Latta Coutinued.
Murray vs Gapen Continued.
Everett & Miller vs Vanhorn et al
Miller vs Luff et al Continued.
Sprague vs Gorrell heirs Stricken
Jaton vs Waybright Decree as per
Ellison vs Heirs et al Passed.
Allen. Johnson & Peck ys Witten
Woolsey vs Shera et al Motion to
Cresswell vs McCaig et al Dismiss
ed at pltff's cost; pltff excepts.
Blanchard vs Jamison rPassed.
Dubois et al vs Co. Com'rs Passed.
Moore vs Carter et al Leave to file
answer in 30 days.
Eaton vs Livingston Continued.
Eaton vs Dubois- Decree as per
Dovey vs The City of Plattsmouth
Leave to answer instanter.
Dovey vs The City of Plattsmouth
Leave to answer instanter.
Dovev vs The City of Plattsmouth
Leave to answer instanter.
Finley vs Finley Passed.
Wilkinson ys Angell et al Found
in favor of pltff $3,099.20; attorney fee
allowed of $150.00.
Moore vs Gullion Case to stand
dismissed in default of amended peti
tion being filed in 45 days.
Eaton vs Reynolds Decree as per
Heise et al vs Frost et al Coutin'd.
Black vs Gould et al Passed.
Pickard vs Hubbard et al Settled,
and costs paid.
Dovey et al vs Vallery et al Cont'd.
B & M vs Patterson et al Settled
and stricken from docket.
B & M vs Corbin Continued.
Viall vs Vial 1 Passed.
Murray vs Muraay et al Passed.
Smith vs Smith Passed.
Hansen vs McCann Leave to file
petition in 30 days; to give security.
Strickland vs Simnson Petition to
answer in 30 days.
B & M vs Co. Com'rs Stricken from
Claiborne vs Claiborne Dismissed
at pltff's cost.
Green vs Green Default.
San Antonio National Bank vs Per
ryman Found due pltff $5,180.30.
Horn vs Miller Leave to file peti
tion. Pettit vs Black etal Demurrer sub
mitted. Burr vs Foote et al Passed.
True vs Eaton -Leave to answer in
Scudder vs Sargeaot Leave given
deft to file counter affidavits.
Waterman & Son vs Darnell et al
Pinnee vs Pinneo- Passed.
CJeghorn vs Bauer Settled.
McMillan vs McMillan Decree of
divorce granted; pltff to pay costs.
Cass County vs Hobbs et al Mo
tion to quash service argued tnd sub
mitted. Cass Co. vs Hobbs et al Motion to
quash service argued and submitted.
Johnson vs Johnson Divorce grant
ed. Pettit vs Black etal Demurrer sus
tained, to which pltff excepts.
Diffenbacher vs Cutfortu Passed.
Demphy ys Gilmere Leave to an
swer in 30 days.
Clark vs Merriam Removed to U S
McCIailin vs Austin Leave to file
in 30 days.
Owen & Oakley vs McCulloch L've
to answer in 30 days.
Shafer vs Merriam et al Default.
Dubois vs Merriam Removed to U
S Circuit Court.
Victor Sowing Machine Co. vs Peter
Merges Judgment for pltff, and or
dered to give security for costs in 30
Moore vs Moore Divorce granted.
Hansen vs Cooley--Continued.
Pettit et al vs Black -Trial to Court
Solomon & NRthan vs Ward et al
Sans vs Smith Motion argued and
Waterman & Son vs Dorrington et
Robinson vs Cooper Leave to file
petition in 30 days.
Kuhn vs Romine Trial to Court
Eaton vs Long et al Passed.
Oldham vs Gilmore Leave to file
petition in 30 days.
Lathrep vs Lathrop et al Sale con
firmed and deed ordered.
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, )
state of nebraska,
Auditor's Office. 3
Lincoln. Neb., April 28, 1880.
Dear Sir: lam credibly informed
that persons representing themselves
as agents of "The Hail Insurance Com
pany of New York." are t work in the
State issuing Insurance policies against
damage of crops by hail. There is no
Hail Insurance Company of New York
in existence. No person is authorized
to transact business for any Insurance
Company, unless in possession of a
Certificate of Authority from this De
partment, and it will be to the inter
est of the citizens, before paying mon
ey or giving notes to or contracting
with persons representing themselves
as agents of Insurance Companies, to
inquire for the agent's authority. At
present -there is no Hail Insurance
Company authorized to do business in
this State. Respectfully,
F. W. Liedtke, Auditor P. A.
In charge of Insurance Dep't
Ordinance No. 105.
An Ordinance amending Ordinance
No. 8G, entitled "An Ordinance provid
ing for the assessment and collection of
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City
Couucil of the City of Plattsmouth;
Sec. 1. That the following clause in
Ordinance No. 86, viz: "Liquor sellers
for the sale of spirituous liquors in
quantities of not less than one pint,
and not to be drunk on the premises,
Twenty-five dollars per annum." be
and the same is hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. That the following clause in
said Ordinance No. 86, viz: "Saloons
for the sale of malt and vinous liquors
at retail, semi-annually, Seventy-five
dollars per annum," be and the same
is hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. That the following clause in
said Ordinance Xo. 80, viz: "Saloons
for the sale of malt Jiquorsat,aeUrih
semi-annually, Fijltv i(7llars per au-
JJujOr-.-cgauu the same is hereby le-
Sec. 4. That the following clause in
said Ordinance No. 86, viz: "Medicine
dealers and druggists witli privilege of
selling liquors tor medical purposes,
ner annum. Twenty-hve dollars,
be and the same is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
Medicine dealers and druggists,
whose sales exceed Five thousand dol
lars, per annum $10.00.
Medicine dealers and druggists,
whose sales exceed Ten thousam. dol
lars, per annum $15.00.
Medicine dealers and druggists,
whose sales exceed Fifteen thousand
dollars, per annum $20.00.
Medicine dealers and druggists,
whose sales are less than Five thou
sand dollars per annum $5.00.
Sec. 5. This Ordinance shall take ef
fect and be in force from and after its
passage and publication according to
Approved April 30, A. D. 1880.
Attest : J. W. J OHNSON,
J. D. Smrsox, Mayor.
Ordinance No. 106.
An Ordinance regulating the sale
of Malt, Vinous and Spirituous Liq
uors by DniggisU and Medicine Deal
ers. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City
Council of the City of Piattsmouth:
Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful for
any person or persons engaged in the
business of vending drugs and medi
cines, and known as Druggists and
Medicine Dealers, to sell, vend or give
away any malt, vinous or spiritous
liquors to any person or persons whom
soever, without a written prescription
first being obtained and produced, from
a regular practicing Physician, resi
dent within the City of Plattsmouth.
Except in case of severe sickness occur
ring between the hours of tl p. m. aud
6 a. m.
Sec. 2. Such Druggist or Medicine
Dealer shall keep such prescription or
prescriptions on file, and sh.ill also
keep a book in which shall be recorded
the name or names of every such per
son or persons piesenting prescriptions
as provided in Section One of this Or
dinance, together with the precise date
of such transaction, aud the quantity
of malt, vinous or spirituous liquors so
furnished, which Book and File of
prescriptions shall be subject to exam
ination by a special committee ap
pointed bv the City Council.
Sec. 3. Any Druggist or Medicine
Dealer who shall desire to sell, vend
or give away any malt, vinous or spir
ituous liquors as a beverage, shall first
procure a license for which he. she or
they shall pay the sum of Five Hun
dred Dollars per annum, which sum
shall be paid annually in advance.
Sec. 4. Any person or persons who
shall violate any of the provisions of
this ordinance, shall, upon conviction
Hereof before the Police Court, be fin
ed not less than $25.00 or more than
$50.00 for the first offence, and for the
second and all subsequent offenses
upon conviction as above in a sum of
not less than $50.00 or more than $100.
Sec. 5. This Ordinance shall take ef
fect and be in force from and after its
passage and publication according to
Approved April 30th. 1880.
J. D. Simpson, Mayor.
Our Temperance Column.
KUITKO BIT THK WOMAX'8 OHIUSTIAX TKM
"For God, aoil Koine. and Native Land."
The Public Library
Is now kept in the office of Will S.
Wise, and will be open for the loaning
and exchange of books every Wednes
day and Saturday afternoon, from 1 to
3 o'clock, and on Saturday evenings,
from 7 to 9. 44tf
One Glass More.
Stay mortal stay : not heedless thus
1'ny sure destruction seal ;
Wituin that cup there lurks a curse.
Which all who drinks shall feel :
Disease and death, forever nigh.
Stand ready at the door
And eager wait to hear the cry.
Oh, give me "One glass more !"
Go view that prUou's gloomy cells :
Their pallid tenants scan ;
Gaze I gaze upon these earthly utl!.
And ask whence they began :
Had thee a tongue they'd to thee speak,
And cry the oneglaes more.
Behold that wretched female form,
An outcast from her koine.
Bleached in afflictions blighting etorin
And doo-ued in want to roam ;
Behold her ask that prattler near
Why Mother is to poor :
Hell whisper in thy startled ear
'Twas father's "one glass more."
Stay mortal, stay, rtfpent, return,
Reflect upon thy fate.
The poisonous draught indignant spurn,
Spurs, spurn it ere too late ;
Oh. fly the barroom's horrid din
'Xor linger at the door,
Let thou perchance should sip again
The treaclieroiu "one glass more."
Trial of John Darlycorn. .
In the trial of John Carl) corn, alias
Strong Drink, by a jury of twelve men,
in which Judge and Jury, Attorney
General and Sheriff, together with fif
teen witnesses took part, the follow
ing indictment against the prisoner
was fully substantiated.
Firstly. That he has annually, to
an almost incredible extent, destroyed
good and wholesome grain, given by a
beneficent Providence for food, by
converting it into an unwholesome
beverage, which ho has sold to the peo
ple for "liquid bread," to the great in
jury of the health and morals of the
Secondly, That he has, in innumer
able instances, obtained money and
other valuable property from persons
under false pretences.
Thirdly, That he has to an alarm
ing extent practiced a system of quack
ery, inducing individuals to take his
malt liquor, by which a great variety
of diseases have bet n engendered and
fostered, habits of intemperance form
ed, health and strength destroyed, and
premature death brought about.
Fourthly, That he has been a
common corruptor of our youth, de
spoiling the hopes of the nation. lie
has partly, through the bad example of
Sabbath School teachers, who have
acted as his agents, led thousands of
scholars into the paths of dissipation.
By him. young men. and eyen females,
have been led to beer shops and music
saloons, where frequent seductions
have taken place and where robber
ies and murders have been plotted, in
which he has aided and abetted.
Fiftily, That he has destroyed
the peace of many families, broken up
the domesty; circle, separated husband
and wife, causing quarrels between
the nearest relatives and friends,
many of which have proved fatal.
Sixthly, That he has influenced
certain workmen to neglect their em
ployment, to the great inconvenience
and loss of theii employers, and-to
spend their money and .their time at
the public heuse, to the great injury
p.thfif families, which have become
a burden to the community.
Seventhly, That he has deprived
many thousands ef families of the
means of getting a livelihood and re
duced them to a state of starvation,
by lowering the price of labor through
drunkenness into which he generally
leads his victims.
Eighthly, That he has at certain
times and places, caused serious riots,
by which the peace has been broKen,
much valuable property destroyed and
many liyes sacrificed.
Ninthly, That he has been an ac
complice in many cases of the most
vile seduction, gaining, by false pre
tenses, the confidence of certain re
spectable families, and leading certain
members of those families from the
paths of virtue and religion; he has
ultimately consigned them to a luna
tic asylum, or left them to become
victims to suicide.
Tenthly, That he has, in connec
tion with his accomplice, Peter Porter,
Delilah Wine and ardent spirits, been
guilty of the most atrocious crimes
which have stained the page of history
causing at least, three-fourlhs of the
no vert v. crimes, disease and immorali
ty which now oppress and disgrace
Eleventhly, That the prisoner
has never been of any real service to
the community, and that there are no
redeemincr qualities in his character;
and that the community would bo in
finitely advantaged by the banishment
of Strong Drink.
National Temperance S'y Tract.
Anybody can be an Editor T
The business of journalism will con
tinue to be an inviting one aud open
field for experiments to those who
have a good amount of money, and a
good amount of egotism. It a man who
having edited a newspaper until he
was forty, should suddenly announce
himself a doctor or lawyer, he would
be regarded a fool by those professions
and yet we often hear of doctors and
lawyers making sudden pretensions to
journalism. There is an idea that the
busine33 of editing requires no ap
prenticeship, that editors come forth
from law offices and colleges fully
armed for the profession, like Pallus
from the brow of Jove. It is a mistake ;
UiprP! is not in America to-dav a sinirle
journalist of national or any noted
reputation wiio lias not aevoiea more
time and work to his profession than,
with equal fitness and application,
would have made him a great lawyer
or good physician. And yet ninety out
of every one hundred men you meet
on the street will hesitate about carry
ing a hod or making a pair of shoes,
whereas there will probably not be one
in a. lmnrlrpil who punNot. accordinsrto
his own judgment, edit any newspaper
in the country better man n is euuen,
no matter in what manner or by whom.
The first attempt to manufacture
pins iu this country was made soon
after the war of 1812.
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tovci -a : uook 8210 to $1600. Illustrated Cata
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WATERS' PIANOS an d ORGANS.
BEST MADE ; Warranted Six years. New
PIANOS, Stool, and Cover. $HK. uvard. New
ORGANS, 850, SOO. T6, upward. Illustrated
Catalogue frt-e. AGKN1S WANTED. Second
Hand INSTKUMKNTS at BARGAINS.
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ON 30 DAYS TRIAL
We will send our Electro-Voltaic Bhlts
and other Electric appliances upon trial for 30
days to those guttering from Nervous Debility,
Rheumatism, l'arnlvsis or any diseases of the
Liver or Kidneys, aiid inauy other diseases. A
mre cure guaranteed or no Address. VOL
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1 unlike the many eo-ealled prepara
tions for this disorder which only re
lieve whilo used by the patient, ccres pkis
mankntlv 1 and has been endorsed in thi
respect for the past 20 year by the leading
medical authorities in Europe. NO CHAUGK
made to give it a fair test, a. DR. LASCEIXE3
undertakes to 6end each suffering applicant a
FKKE package on their forwarding name and
Post Onice address to his Sole Agents for the
U. S. and Canada. Mfr. Sl.OCLM & CO., No.
4 Cedar St., New York.
MALT AND HOP
THEKF. is no creater BLorr-Pt-RirviNG
and Lifk Givixo PitixciPi-E in tho
world of medicine than MALT EITTERS. pre
pared by the MALT lllTTEUS COMPANY
from unfermenUd Malt and IJotj. It is a Per
fect Kouorater of fceb e and exhausted cons' i
tutior Ir eoriohes the blood, solidifies "he
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f.rfets digestion, cheers the miod. aud vital
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m - mm.
Ttiat stalwart Blaine journal, the
Sidney Plaindealer, has at last hecome
disgusted with the course of the Oma
ha lilaine organ, and makes a vigorous
protest against abuse of (Jen. (Irant,
which, being false, can only have the
effect to "make Grant's chances more
certain." The Plaindealer should have
spoken weeks ago. Wo could name
scores of "original Blaine men" in Ne
braska who have been alienated from
him and have espoused the candidacy
of Gen. Grant simply with a determ
ination to rebuke a policy that sought
to elevate one good republican by drag
ging anothwr down. We could, too,
name scores of republican soldier-citizens
who have become disgusted with
a championship of ilr. Blaiue, w hich
has outraged the Grand Army of the
State by false and malicious donuncia
tions of the man who has done almost
more than any other to organize The
Order in this State, and who is held in
universal esteem by his thousands of
comrades. The Plaindealer's protest
has not been uttered one moment too
soon . O maha liep u bl ican .
A. L. MARSHALL,
Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Art h-h s,
tXrc, tfv;., tf-c.
1). 31. Ferry 's Garden Seeds
NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS. HOOKS,
and a large and well-selected assortment of
Confectionery, Nuts. Cigars aud Tobaccos.
WEEPIXG WATER, ' - NEB
yards IPrliit -
IsiimI wide Muslin -BEest
HBe&t full stock plow nIiocn H 5
ILstdics sliocs grootl - - 5
1 Ifes. wMt SMg'1'
IJfos. cofFcc9 goosl -S
lbs. very feest eollee
traw Ifisifs9 mens, fooys
FUE1TITURE! FUHNITTJUE !
we do siot recognise
we propose to compete with Chicago. Give us a show
before buying goods at anotlier place.
" RED STORE FOOT OF ilXVX STREET.
BE! MM l B1I MM I imMMi
The Old Reliable !
ALWAYS AHEAD !
GREATER BARGAINS THAN EVER.
AVe show the largest and best selected htock of
IDry (Koods, Motions OolBaiia
(Kcnis9 IFurnisiiing Groods9
32Boo&9 lioes9 lITal89'Cap9
asad Millinery (Roods,
WJSBT OF GSIQA GO
WE ARE GIVING
Real Genuine Bargains!
This Season in every ui'aitmc'iit.
We will IDnplicaie asad IDis
eount all IPrice JL5ss
ly 3L per cent.
Call at the Philadelphia Store, make your Purchases,
and you will be happy.
SOLOMON & UATHAU.
w y Sfr Sid
From the Quaker City.
K. J. Campbell, of Philadelphia, un
der date of Oct. 4. 1871), certified to the
wonderful efficacy of Warner's Safe
Pills and Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
in removing a liver ..disease acconipa-
led by chronic renstipatiou and yel
low skin. 2tl2
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HOUSE PAINTER I
AND ORNAMENT EH.
I'apiT Hanging, Etulsoiiiiiiliig,
draining- and blazing,
A specialty. Al a first rlass
Piano & Organ Finisher.
CVfW'ouhl say to the iicojili- t.f PIattmouth,
that I fully
WAIiliAyT ALL COXTllACTS.
A share of the tatroii.-i!e Is solicited. Orders
will receive pninit attention.
4SH10 J. K. CTWXINGIIAM.
STUEKiUT & MI LI Ell,
IT am fas Ma u vfuvt u rcrs,
and all kiuds of harness stock, constantly on
Repairing of all Kinds !
NEA TL V DONE c:7 SHORT NOTICE
NEW HARNESS !
TURNED OUT IN SHORT ORDER,
And Satisfaction Guaranteed.
!Wltemember the place, Opposite Henry
Hoeck's Furniture Stole, on Lower Main Street,
21-ly STREIGHT d- MILLER.
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