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h-t -ffj-ruer Safe Remedies. Hu o
MX J I A. .'juowrr in n-umvliiir
ruj;i.i:-!ir:i lvmy Thursday,
m.l i yr.
$1 OOifl M'3 M
Ov Vine St., One U'lOfik Nortli of Main,
Ccr. of 7'fih Street.
la?s! Cir;r.!jiea of grj hp in fcnty.
All Advertising Cilia Duo Quarterly.
VET Transient AdvertismonU miut be TtX
JNO. A. MAC MURPHY, Editor. J
TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
Tenns In AJvanci:
tExtra Copies of the ITrrald for sale bf
J. P. Youno, at the Post-Offlce New Depot,
fVie eory. one yf .,
Jfc.'Jt eol'y. S. lilrt:l .
OL'fe eopy, three niouth.1,.
VOIJTME XVI. V
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 18S0.
. HE IE M:AJj1Do
or pLAtTSJioi'Tir. nekraska.
fo:is Fi rv: ;;.i:.u.i ..
. W. .il l. i i; ii i. in.
Jrt-iil O KoLKUl-:
VlCt: I'l Vsidrllt
1 his Rank is now open for business r.t their
ic vv rooia. corner ..l.nn ami Mxlli st reels, and
is )i: 'irjivn to transact a iji'ueral
ioc!.s, Oonds. Gritd, Govcrr.rr.eiii and Local
i:or;MT and sold.
ti'l oi Time f.U.riijba.i'H.
:-.!.-" i:: ::'iy p::rt .f the Unil'.'d Slates ami
'.a all the Principal Towns ami t !-
r.rviAU Line and Allan Liiie
I'll w Kl.hi;; t; b;iu'j
t'.n'ir friends from
i-rcni k i u i: ::ts n:.-..; t s
riiiisii t IMatts in outli.
.:.v. wj'KriFif 3!i-:iii('i.i:.
r2- J.:ASK The Oieat Kll-THADC MARX
llii-.1i i;.'ii:i i!y :
c x All m l .111 1 I! .
. ;n i iiia': on h'M
I in 1 1 i f n y .
;:ihI all nisras
BEFs.:;E TAS153. a l.os ( r AFTER TASIK3.
:t.V:C THir.? ... i ...... c ' rim vavim
M niory, I'iiIvits.i! I.:;vsi! iili. l'a'n in tin- hack
Dlin'.icss of Vision, J'lvtnrM nir lil Af. ;mtl
Dl.i'iv oiIht iliscn-ifs that li-.-n! to Insanity or
i t ruiii)il io i. yii'l :i 1'! i'iiia! arc lir.ivr'.
J r- "Full p;irtifi!ars ill till r ;:; it ;li l-t . wilicll
''o'siri" ti soiiil tri'i ly mail to ff ry oni".
J"' i'li Sin'cirK Mriticiut' is by a!! tlrm;
jjt ;if 1 i r ackau'i'. or six acla':t's for s",
r ill l! s. nt lien hy mail on ioi-ei; t. ol lim
tn :n".", ti v ail'ln'ssiio;
mi: ;i;.v mkoicink co.,
Mri'itAXirs' r.!.oi-K, )K i n r. Mii ii.
C'vSoM in I'l.it tMiio:i! h ami i-v.': ;. '.vl:. i t, liy
If j-ti iiri".fT(ir!ncrrmi!iPpx'r h'-alth, or languial
Intf can btnl of Hiukiiciis, ft uiko chit-T, f or
Hop Iiltfrjirill C'uro Yon.
- If y-1 rv ft ininiytrrfg and have orprt.-ixpd ymir
fJf v i'aston.1 lu 3-f ie: or a iimtht-r. wont
fnitv..ilic innii'lw(trk,r5if you ait) hiniily ailintri
if yu f 1 wtiJi aud du- i.iiiUtl, Without dcurly
knov. int; v.hy, n
Iioi IliilfM wiliK Iielor You
Ifrotinro a mr.n of lms-r inrwi, vealcenod ty th
Ptr;un f v ur 4-trvlii:
iiy.iutn.fi: or a r.uux oC lot-
tei, tJilir-tT cvti your tiuiidjiife'ht "work.
Hop nincrs willjSrriMiciheii Yon
Tf yon nro younff, ftnl rafft'iintr fr.m finy !nrll3-
I!o Hitters vilif, Kflicvp Von
If yti nr" in t!io vrr!c.f';li(p, cm Vno farm, at tlie
iiiir t'iii' or ttuu-Rultttiiitf u'.tnuat latoxl
15 :! Hitters i.-5wtat You Need.
If y;i r.T! and yourt. lul-w U f'-Mc, your
ISc? Jllttr win clve you New life and Tljror.
Kor Oouo:i C'vus th" switU'st, siifest and bi'st. !
A--k C'hiliircu. J
One r.'.u fr Ptoniai'h, Ijver and Kidneys ix mp k
IX L C ip in r?r.it and irrt-5irtiMo cure for drunk
atf m, u.sc of o;ana, tviitaeco and mircotics.
A!.TMl-y 'lr'i- i--t 1! p Kxum M's. Cu, Kuthtr, N.Y. I
J.1iqiHu:,i Jnj (in. is
Kjoi.Mi-ioja L:i:;1 4-i --tj52i2 a
i: ' n l
? itr-r - -- 'v n
i.uui-41 f.r.'Y y K;-V.j.---:-v;HJm
- . - , i i : -1
"(X)"U pu" s;aaou9'coojJ f sorts o.vn jo koiiioj R
smq .woi.iep X'itn ;o inninXvd -J
3IT1 3Ari iiiw -(t.is.i j.ia.--ii.ii n-''f i i'i." "o ri
-uivj ajoajus.xi 1'inoiis i4..ii(.i:!.'ip.ui i:ki h J
j:un jii;ti- 'J 1 u-.i j.zi "d'i vn trc 14
p.-.jrnh.-inn pi if . ',:)l a'm p.unrj a
Hsuo.-.-.:ios -"ll J tis..iir(.. a.!.-wlsAtr .
'(..IKS i-HiO (Mil: Ki.-'!.l i.J-.ui., -it'ti!..,.!
b ist.iii 1 )un: siioij'Iium u.s J-'llo 1'"" suopi M
-joj j.iojii.i .n 1 si iiiis-ii .ai-i.--.i.siu mv anniu
iiri"Oiuom Jo i..nuiiiluH ,ni miiii:ii;iui;.i uj :!
ti-tslMSlp ! Il llMll. lj V Ftl-fl Q
KJluiuaiiiii p" "a-iuiiiij poulU iu b n 'A
.. -.(.: vilti r :-" -
NEW LtESTAUK ANT !
JAS. W00I5X? Viarfr.
JIh'Al.S 17' IKtVKH.
2;o:ir;!siiu, tf.f jiiv .i. or Yi'
Cigars and Tobacco,
'jUiULbillliiiJiil . nUi'Uii, Cio.
Soi:-itiiii: a -;i;-iv
ttiall try. by Minaiv
of t '.: :!'.:!; p-ttn.'.iap', I
!i ..'in'. to ;iiv sati.-faeti'Mi
STUEIOIIT & 31ILLE!,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly
Repairing of all Kinds !
V E. TL Y DOSTi :;r SHOUT K0T1GR
TUUNED OUT IX SHORT ORPESi,
Aivl Satisfsictinii (ir.rtr.inteeil.
I-.iti'tiK-mb.-r tin' '.vi'.- opTH.ite Uenry
I'o. : U s Fiin.:' .;ru Store, vu I.nwer XivAa Stieet,
j i.i.;ii"Hi!,. Ni'.h.
21-1; sTi:i:ionr miller.
II. A. WAI3RMA1I &
Wiioli'saie and U-.-..ul D.-a'.erj in
1m x e lummkr.
Mam street. Comer of Fifth.
VI. ATTSMOUTJI, - - - - NEB.
Still Better Rates for Lumber
t x.Trj.r?i! ujkt'4
Schlcgel & Hieman,
Succesnrs to A. Schlkgel & HiiO..
And dealers in
SMOKEltS' FANCY AKTICLES, SMOKING
Special BRANDS and sizes of CIGAUS made to
order, and satisfaction guaranteed. Cigar
clijpinL;s fold for smoking tobacco.
Mail Street, one door west of J. S. Duke's store
Opixixite Post Office,
Plattsmoutii. Neb. Irn3
U V Mathews 9
Hardware, Cdtlery, ITails,
Estn, Wagon iocU,
STOVES and TIN-WARE,
Iron, Wood Storf;, Pumps,
FIELD A- GARDEN esEEDS. HOPE,
AND ALL A I A AS' OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kept in Stock.
a tid lie i;siri?r,
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Vi'ork Warranted.
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
Done witli Neatnossl Dispatch.
ire only iiao in town where" "Turley's nat-
pnt self adjustable horse eollaisare fold.'"
C EOT II.s.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
I.aiv" stoek of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOED OUT AT COST
aui iu fact everything you ean call for in
the lino of
CASH PAID FOi: HIDES AND FU11S.
All kinds of country uiodnec taken in ex
i-liane for poods.
The aeeiiiiiulated Evidence of nearly thirty
vear show tlu.t the Bitters is a eertaiu remedy
for malarial disease, as well as its surest pre
ventive : that it erailieates dyspepsia, consti
pation, liver complaint and nervousness, coun
lcract a tendency to front, rlieuniatisr.i, urina
ry and uterine disorders, that it imparts visror
:o tlie feeble, and ehoers the mind while it in
vigorates the lmilv.
For s;de by all Druusist? and Dealers
i EXCESSIVE ANXIETY, or PROLONGED
STL'DY", will produce infirmity in the Ner
v us System, iu proportion as the etreiiKth of
that system is expended upon ibe mind iu
troubled tliouiriit, t-o are tlie organs of diges
tion, assimilation and nutrition, rendered Inac
tive ad slnirgisli in propertion as the system
beeomei- iuliriu. Every individual hassoineone
oriran weaker than the rest, aud this is always
the first to sutler during nervous trostration ;
for example, alllictin news soiiietimes causes
total Mihiiciiiou of the muscular action of the
heart, w hen the patient is debilitated, produe-
nii: . sudden Hemorrhage unit uentu. ro doubt
any lonjrer remains of the practicability of re
Moriiu: the nervous sy stem, and through the
nerves the mitsi-les of the impaired wrgans.
Follows' 'oi;iii;in:il Syrup of IJypo
pitoij)lilte.s lias been proved t jiossess ueh
power iu numcrouK instances. It will impart
i'reiith to overcome trouble and aiMiclion.
Persons who are accustomed to look upon the
dark fide, alifl who nee r.o pleasure lu living
on iisim tl.i svi un soon learn to Talue and en-
iov life, and those who study deeply during
1 on it hours, will lind In the svrup a promoter of
. : i.. .'I... .....:
Hie power 01 enuuianee 111 ioi- ii.nu.
There is no absurdity in the fact that an im
paired nervous svsteni cause ConsiiinptKin,
Nrural.'ia. r.roiicliiiis. Dyspepsia. AMlnna. Ep
iirptic Fit. Wtioopiiu; Coiiyh. Heart Disease.
!ini host of others : then whv is it absurd
that IVIIww' H vpophopliito, which ef
fectual! v cures Nervous Debility, fdiould cure
these diseases also. "Kemovw the cause and
the complaint w ill cease."
f "-.ook out for the name and addre. J. T.
f r.Ul.OW S. St. John. N. B., on llie yellow
wrapper in water mark, which is seen by lioid-
j inn ute paper netore the tig tit.
j rrice, 81.50 ror Rottle. Six furST.O.
I SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PREHim wirrn nnrnitw
iem-wiuar.i' ree it&pvervorder. Out.
ui. irw. i. n. u ay lord st to, Ltucfio. lit.
tyM C0V1PDUN3 SYRUP
IK. II. IIEADIl,
PHYSICI AN aud SURGEON, office in Fitz
Kerald Block, which will be open day er night.
3. A. HAItTKiAX.
ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. Will Prac
tice in the State and Federal Courts. Resi
deuce. Plattsmouth. Nebraska. tlly
It. I. LIYIXKTOV, M. I-
rnvsiciAX & surgeox.
OFFICE HOURS, from 10 a. m., to 2 p. m.
iixainining surgeon ior c. t. rension.
IHt. AV. II. N('IIII,IK.K'IIT.
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN, residence on
. v - . 11.. . 1. ' 1 ..I...
1 ri icairo jvvtruuu, j liiiifiiioum, eumifKii,
Oflice in C. E- Wescott's Clothing Store. 41y
WILL J. WISE.
COLLECTIONS .H SPJiCIALTT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire In
surance and Collection Atrency. Oflice in Fitz
gerald s block. 1 lattsinoutli, Nebraska. 2Jm3
i-:o. . S.111T11.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Real Estate Bro
ker, special attention uiven to Collections
and alt matters aiiecung tim title to real estate,
Office on L'd tloor over Post Uflice. Plattniiouth
Nebraska. 40j 1.
I. II. WIIIiKLKK & CO.
LAW OFFICE Keal Estate, Fire aud Life In
suranee Aireuts. Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payer. Have a complete abstract
01 titles. Buy ana sen rai estate, negotiate
loans, ece. inyi
NOTARY PUBLIC. Will attend to buying
and fellinir lands, examining titles, makiii''
deeds, navinir taxes and eolleetlli2 debts. Will
also attend to law anils before a Justice tit the
47tf Factorvville, Cass Co. Nf.b.
SAM, M. CIIA1MIAA',
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery. Office in Fitzger
19yl l'LAllSJIUl Ul,Nr,B.
R. B. Windham. D. A. Campbell.
Attorney at Law. Notary Public.
WINDHAM & CAMPBKLL.
COLLECTION AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Oflice over W. II. Baker & Co's Store,
Plattsmoutli, Nebraska. 201y
JAMES K. SIOIiKISOX, W. L. r.IiOWXE,
3IORKIK. A IIKOIVF..
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will pra: tice in Cass
and adjoining counties ; gives special attention
to collections and abstracts or title, iirnee in
Fitzgerald Block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
ST I : V EX Si O X & ."! I It V I X .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Plattsmouth and
rseurasKa ty, ."eo.
lit US. B. STEVENSON'. K. J. JlfRKty,
Nebraska city, 1 over smitn is; BiacK's
Neb. I lrug Store,
13!y 1 Plattsmouth. Neb
ti W. CLl'TTUR.
l'lsttmiiout li. rbraka.
Oflice on Main Street over Solomon & Na
than's Store. 341y
C SISIESS::,, . Proprietor.
Flour, Com Meal cfc Feed
Always on hand and for sale at -lowest cash
prices. The highest )riccs paid for Wheat and
Corn. Particular attention given custom work.
PLATTMSIOirTII XEIt It AKIt A.
riace of business on Main St.. between 4th
and 5th streets. Shampooing, Shaving, chil
dren's liair cutting, etc. etc. 191y
FRED. D. LEHNHOFF,
Morning Dew Saloon !
South-east corner Main and Sixth Streets.
Keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
3ni9 Constantly on Hand.
If you want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
BATES & KOHKKE.
New CitrptTiter SIiop on Muhi Street,
Corner of 7th.
In the Carpenter line.
SIGN, CARET AGE AND ORNA
Shop over the liritk Block next tc
PLATTSMOUTH. 4ly NEB.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
One door west of Solomon;.! Nathan's Store.
S 11 A V IXC. AND SUAJirOOlKC
Especial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
SALL AND SEE BOONE, GENTS,
And iret a boon in a
ETC., ETC., ETC.
One Door East of the Post-OfTic, Plattsmouth,
.. ..: O :
Practical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA
ZIER Y, & c.,&c.
Large assortment of Hard ana Soft
Pumps, Gass Pipes and Fittings.
Wood and Coal Stoves for
IIEATIXG OR C00KIXG,
Always on Hand.
vfy variety of Tin, Sheet Iron, and Zinc
oi K, Kept in stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
SiTErERYTHIXG WjIIIRAXTED ! .'
PRICE! LOW DOITS.
Invest. I !
'Wk.iDj MT tniniB.. Trxifl. I'Y tli Nw C-pliilalii,u
F vinj of oprtiDV In bttH-li FuJIxp'nmtioii on appilcn-
A. S. PADDOCK. U. S. Senator. Beatrice!
ALVIX SAUNDERS, U. S. Senator, Omaha.
E. K. VALENTINE, Representafe. West Point
ALBINl'S NANCK. Governor. Lincoln.
S. J. A LEXANDER, Secretary of State.
F. W. I. EI D I KE, Auditor, Liueoln.
L M. BARTI.E IT. Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. R. THOMPSON, Supt. Public Instruction.
F. M. DAVIS. Land Commissioner.
V. J. DILWORTH. Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HARRIS. Chaplain of Penitentiary.
DR.. II. P. MATTIIEWSON, Supt Hospital for
S. MAXWELL, Chier Justice, Fremont.
GEO. B. LAKE, Omaha.
A MAS A COBB, Lincoln.
Second Judicial IDittriel.
S. B. POUND, Judge, Lincoln.
J. C. WATSON, Prosecuting-Att'y, Neb. City.
W. C. SHOWALTER, Clerk District Court,
A. X. SULLIVAN. County Judge.
J. D. Tl'TT. County Clerk.
J. M. PATTERSON, County Treasurer.
R. W. HYERS. Sheriff.
E. H. WOOL E . Co. Sup't Pub. Instruction.
J. "W. FAIRFIELD, Surveyor.
1". P. GASS, Coroner.
JAMES CRAWFORD. South Bend ITeeinct.
SA.M'L RICHARDSON. Mt. Pleasant Precinct.
ISAAC WILES, Plattsmouth Precinct.
J. "W. JOHNSON, Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON, Treasurer.
.1. D. SIMPSON. City Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN. Police Judge.
W. D. JONES, Chief of Police.
F. E. WHITE, Chief of Fire Dept.
1st Ward-F. GORDER. C. H. PARMELE.
2d Ward G V. FAIRFIELD, J. V. WECK-
3d Ward-D. MILLER, TITOS. POLLOCK.
4lh Ward P. McCALLAN,
5'otlmatler-ZO. W. MARSHALL.
B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
Taking Effect April 11. 1S30.
FOR OMAHA FROM PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 8 :oo a. m. Arrives 10 :05 a. in.
3 p. in. " 5 :00 p. m.
FROM OMAHA FOR PLaTTSMOCTIT.
Leaves 9 :00 a. m. Arrives 10 :10 a. m.
G :'M p. in. " 8 ;15 p. in.
FOR THE WEST.
Leaves Plattsmouth 9 :30 a. m. Arrives Lin
coln, 12 -15 p. tn. ; Arrives Kearney, T- 40 p. m.
Freight leaves at 10 :30 a. m. and at 7 :15 p. m.
Arrive at Lincoln at 4 :35 p. in. and 12 :20 a. m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. 5 :00 a. m. Leaves Lincoln
l n.- ii in. Arrives I'lattsmoatll. 4 :2o P. in
Freight leaves Lincoln at, ii :iaa. in. anu :uo
a. m. Arrives at I'iaiismouiu ai ;v p. in. ami
s :50 a. in .
Exnress. fi :00 a. 111.
Passenger, (train each day) 4 :25 p. in., except
Saturday. Every inird toamruay a rraiu con
nects at the usual tune.
U. V. R. R. Time Table.
Taking Effect Sunday, An-il 11, 1580.
WEST. STATIONS. EAST.
; um HASTINGS. 8:inam
B :07 AYR. 7:10
G :ln BLUE HILL. 7 :'J0
7 :(ti COW I.ICS. G :4:
7:23 AMBOY . G :32
7 ::i5 RED CI.CUD. 6 :20
8 :(K l.NAVAI.K. B :KI
8:tr RIvERTON. 5 :4S
8:30 FRANKLIN. 5:22
9 :05 B LOI ) M I NGTON. 5 :09
9 ;20 PERTH 4 :5!
9:11 REPUBLICAN 4:5
9:50 ALMA 4:20
10:15 ar. ( ni'lKWS I Vvc 4 :00am
7::)ain l'vcl ORLEANS far 4.3op,
9:00 OXFORD 3 :M
10:30 ARAPAHOE 2:00pm
ARRIVAL AXI ItEPAUTlRE OF
EASTERN, NORTHEUN AND SOUTIIEItN.
I Denart. East.. 4 :00 pm
Arrive 9 :.".0 am CB.t KO North4 :00 pm
' ...7:30 1)111 pouin u : uo am
I C B & Q East G : 00 am
OMAlf A. VIA B. ,t M. IN NEB.
Arrive 10 : 30 am Depart 3 : 10 pin
WKSTKKN". VIA H. & M. IN NEIl.
n ive 4 : 15 pm Depart y : 30 am
Arrive 11 :0 am Depart 1 :00 pm
ltOCK BUTFS ANI UNION MILLS.
Arrive 11 :(0 am Depart l :oo pm
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
WEEPING WATER BANK
OF UEEO IJROS.
This Bank Is now open for the transaction of a
Banking Exchange Business.
Received, aud Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn, and available in the principal towns
and cities of the United States and Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mm Line of Steamers.
Purchase your tickets from us,
Through from Europe to any
Point in the West.
REED BROS., 2Uf Weeping Water, Xeb.
CD s 1
S n.2 .
a; c e
Ti S aa S z Sj
Ci. o a. c
k?J U$ K5 iY4
A M m h i
W& Incite IFstlr siiifl Cl5e Eupcctlia off our CKooals before
puiB5lstiiBag elsewltere. opfls soM at Prices tlmt
Qi?IBaey MefiaeBled fr ail
CALL AND SEE THAT
Mesl; door to Sage ISros., !PlattsmontIi9 Mefe.
JVcitioixal (RejJiiblicciTl Ticket !
For President of tne Unitel States,
GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD.
State Platform of the Kcpablicau
1. Th Rspublicans of Nebraska most hear
tily endoi-se the profession of principles formu
lated by the national republican convention at
Chicago, and pledge their unswerving support
to the candidates there nominated.
2. We affirm that the doctrine of national
vereignty is tLa fundamental principle upon
which the perpetuity of the nation rests, and
that the principle of homo rule as enunciated
by the democratic party is but the cautious ex
pressien of the Calhoun doctrine of state rights ;
is revolutionary in its character aud destiuctive
to the unity of the nation.
3. Wo regard the recent seizure of the polls
tin wholesalo robbery of the franchises of tlio
republican citizens of Alabama, by the demo
cratic officials, surpassing in the magnitude
Mid tffrontery of the crime, all former eiforts of
their party under the Tweed plan in New York,
or the MiMisippi plan intho south, as a fair
specimen of democratic methods, and a fore
taste of democratic domisance in national af
fairs, that should incite every honest man and
tax-payer in the country to the most earnest
endeavor to defeat the party of brigandage and
fraud at the polls in November.
4. We have considered "what Lee and Jack
ton would do if they were alive," and have
determined to employ our best energies in
preventing the aeizure of the national govern
ment by their living comrades through the
frauda of a. "solid south."
3. We congratulate the people of the state
upon its rapid increase of population and wealth
and upon the Rood measure of prosperity that
has rewarded their labor ; upon the rapid up
bailding of our material interests since the euc
oess of resumption aud the revival of trade.
6. We pledge our support to such legislation
! congress, and such measures by state legis
latures as may be necessary to effect a correc
tion of abuses, and prevent extortionate dis
crimination in charges by railroad corporations.
T. YTe most cordially invite the aid aud co
operation in this defence of the nation's
iategrity, and the nation's purse, of nil republi
cans and war democrats who have differed
with us on temporaiy issues, or have clung to
a party name, hitherto honored aud respected.
Tito alutsfj :iir.!ioI flnl tobacco is
fottn 1 to i'fo Uti-e what is known
color bllmliics;, unions other serious
The odvauce of the si-iVuc? of mi
croscopy iluriti the 1 :st few years has
been greater in Aiiicri&i than in any
F ffH lil) !Tt P F V
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For Vice-President of tne United States,
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GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
OF UEW YOEK.
The remedy on which we place tha
greatest reliance in the treatment of
Summer diarrhea is undoubtedly cam
phor. It is of inestimable value in the
diarrhea which is often epidemic dur
ing the hotter months of the year, and
is especially indicated when the onset
of the attack is sudden. Even when
the strength is sinking rapidly, as
the result of the excessive purging,
and the face is pale and livid, aud the
whole body is icy cold, camphor will
restore warmlii to the extremities and
rescue tho paiieul from an apparently
almost bupeioss state. It i3 essential
to give the strong preparation the
essence oi camphor; t- give it fre
quently, but above all, it is essential
to give it as son as possible, for every
moment's iieiay is of importance.
Tne dose is six drops every quarter of
an hour till the symptoms abate, and
hourly afterward. It is a good plan
to mix it with a little brandy, but it
answers admirably if given in milk or
water. If the essence ot camphor is
not nt hand, the camphor pilules, sold
at any druggist's will do as well.
The tincture of cinchona or bark also
gives good results in the treatment of
Lime water is often of great benefit
in young children sult'ering from
chronic vomiting and diarrhea and
consequent wasting. It improves the
digestion and removes the irritating
condition of the urine, which is so
common an accompaniment. It neu
tralizes auy excess of acid that may
be present in the bowels. It may be
given iu milk : one part of lime water
to three of milk. Opium is an excel
lent remedy in almost all kinds of
diarrhea, although it must be cou
lessed that the indications for its
use arc not as yet very strictly de-
lined. It may be given iu the form
of laudanum iu a tweutydrop dose
in a little water. This is lor au
adult; it must uevcr be given to
children. Acetate of lead (sugar
of lead) is another good remedy. It
should bo given in five-grain doses
every four hours. It is suitable for
nff So & (Do Mmyen9
a. ite-w era.
WE MEAN BUSINESS I
A voudoo conjurer at Anderson, S.
C., sells charms which ho warrants
will enable tho owner to send a gnako
into any desired part of an enemy's
Fruit pealing, if discarded for the
stomach's 6ake, should not be thrown
on the sidewalk, for mercy's sake I
Broken bones arc as a painful as dis
Obstinate neuralgia of the sciatic
nerve has been in a lew cases overcome
by cutting down upon that large bun
dle of nerves and stretching it quite
Henry Labouchcre in stature is
about five feet seven or eight inches;
complexion fair, hair brown and worn
short on the head, with a close crop
ped beard. His eyes arc light and
rather expressionless if you try to
read anything in them. He dresses
carelessly as to latest or correct fash
ion, but sensibly. He is an intimate
and great ail mi re r of the Prince of
Secretary Sherman has filed and in
dexed every letter he has received for.
forty years. The most valuable part
of the mass are those received from
bis brother, the general. The Wash
ington llepublic says : "The two
brothers have corresponded from the
time they were little boys, and John
has every letter that '(Jumpy ever
wrote to him. They number thous
ands, and make three huge volumes.
What history is here! The boys have
always corresponded as conscientious
ly as sweethearts. What a feast it
would be to get at the letters written
during the war. Some of them, writ
ten before and after great movements
and battles, cover forty pages of letter
paper. These letters were written
from every place under the sun, from
school, from West Point, from the
plains, from California, from abroad,
from headquarters, iu the saddle, in
camp, on ilrusii-heads, and from every
place a 6oldier is likely to be written
too, with all the honest outpourings
of au anxious or joyful heart, not lor
tho public, but for a second self."
David Massou has sent to the Athc
nobum evidence which, he says, must
settle forever the dispute as to the age
of Milton's father. He has found in
tlie preserved Affidavit Book of the
Court in the Record Office the follow
ing affidavit concerning the Sir Thom
as Cotton suit, and dated April 1,
1GS7 Whereas, John Milton, gen.,
hath been served with his Majesty's
process of Privy Seal issuing forth of
this honourable Court to answer to a
bill of complaint against him exhib
ited by Sir Thomas Cotton, baronet,
plaintilX, Christopher Milton, sou of
the said defendant, makcth oath that
his said father, being aged about 74
years, is not, by reason of his said age
and infirmity, able to travel to the
City of Westminster, to make his per
fect answer to the said bill, without
much prejudice to his health, he liv
ing at Hortou, in the county of Bucks,
about seventeen miles distant from the
city of Westminster." The poet's
father is known to have lived ten
years after this date and, therefore, at
his death must have been 'bi years of
age at least" the statement of Au-bi-ev
which has been disDuted.
Eaten by Mountain Lions.
A most horrible and ghastly illus
tration of the experiences of mau in
his assiduous pursuit of wealth is that
which was given by a party of pros
pectors who returned from the Gunni
on districts. The following narra
tive will be valuable to those contem
plating a visit to thosa regions, and
will serve to admonish them in a way
that they will fortify themselves not
only against one predicament, but
against a multiplicity that might arise.
Two prospectors completed their out
fit at Pitkin and departed iu search of
pay duet and salable holrg. They
traveled on for somo days and stopped
only for a few hours now and then to
examine the deceptive rock that aroso
before thrm on both side. They at
last reached a small valley in tha
mountains and were passing through
it, when suddenly a number of moun
tain lions made their appearance and
started immediately for their prey.
One of tho men mado an effort to repel
the attack from these hideous beasts,
whilo the other sought protection in
his legs and, running to a projectino;
rock on the mountainside, was enabled
to see tho terrible encounter between
his comrade and the lions. There they
were in bloody battle, while tho shin
ing claws of tho bcastswere seen to
combine and strip the flesh from tho
man who was battling with the stock
of his gun. The coward who unfor
tunately lived to tell his story says
that suddenly tho prospector was on
tho ground and that his enraged adver
saries were devouring him. Thinking
that possibly one man would not ap
pease their appetites, tho looker-on
thought it about time to leave, and so
hastened away. lie was now without
any weapon against the invasion of
hunger or tho chill mountain weather,
and his only course from inevitable
death was to reach a camp. To return
through the valley ho dared not, and
by making a circuitous route he trust
ed that he would strike the trail. It
was almost dark and a slight rain be
gan to fall. He started on, however,
and wanted to reach the trail before
night was there to lead him astray
with her myriads of star-lights. This
was when he committed hi error, for
he wandered from the right direction,
and wearied and discouraged ho sat
down and built a fire. 'The light came
to succor him, but now hunger ad
vanced, and soon visions of a comfort
able cabin and plenty of food danced
before him, as if gloating upon his
misery. He did not succeed in finding
the trail that day, and when nightfall
cams he ate a few pine burrs ami laid
down exposed to tho elements again.
This continued for eight days and
nights, and at last ho accidentally dis
covered a trail. He reached this, and
when he should have been overjoyed
at his prospects all hope secme I to de
sert him, and ho laid clown, not caring
what came. He remained thero somo
hours probably when a party of pros
pcctois camo along and found him al
most unconscious. They administered
a little brandy and succeeded in re
viving him. A meal was prepared,
but his stomach, that had been denied
food lor so many days, refused lo re
tain it. He was taken up and strap
ped tipou a Iioi-bC, being unable to keep
his seat without it, and the narrow
condition of the trail preventing theui
from ridiug beside and supporting