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'PLATTSMOUTII. JAK. 13. 1880.'
Oar Club List.
Here we are with eur flub List attain. And
U eferjr paid up subserilter ta tlie Ukrald we
will gWe inUddltion a a Christmas present, a
eopy of the IIkkals Aldlne Alinai.ac. which U
illustrated with engrsrinns from the finest art
establishment In tue eountry. So harry In with
yor subseriptina ln ti,ne ta Slne Almanac :
Tff K 1-R1CK.
Hkrald and Inter-Ocean, (weekly) S2 75
St. Louis Globe-Deumcrat.:. 2 75
Burlincton HawWeye a 75
Loulstille Courier-Journal... 3 06
Leslie's Ills. Nwspaper 4 15
S. Y.Tlrae tseinl-weekly).. 4 15
Sun. (weekly) 2 65
loledo Blade 3 oo
Cincinnati Commercial (aud
prtm) 2 63
Scientific American 4 20
Nebraska- Farmer 2 "5
Omaha Kepubllcan ( prem). 3 00
Omaha Bee (and prem). 3 65
State Jouraaliwith mappnn) 3 20
Nat. Live Stock Journal
" Yountr I'eopie
I)emoret' Monthly Maga
zine, (without premium).. 3 25
Codey's Ludy's Book 3 2S
phrenological Journal 3 15
Literary & Educat'ual Note. 2 25
Good Company 00
Chicago Tfibune 2 70
"Little Hale" made it in Maine
U. S. Senator, we mean.
A Bill lias been introduced in the
Senate by Mr. Morse, providing for the
r-uioval or relocation of the seat ef
government of Nebraska.
Mr. Tefft offered the following,
which, under the suspension "of the
rules, was adopted:
ResWved, That the attorney genual
be and is hereby requested to furnish
fur the information of Hi ben ale, a
statement of the siatus of the land
and mortgages held by the school fund
against private parties, whether any
have been foreclosed since his rvpert
I the last legislature, and any other
information bearing en the subject.
House Hull No. 21, introduced by
Slocumb. a bill for an act to compel the
attendance of school children between
the ages ef 8 and 16 years.
House Roll No. 23, introduced by
Windham, to legalize and regulate dis
sections in the State of Nebraska.
Nance County comes forward and
asks that Mr. David Hall be admitted
as her representative, as she has a pop
ulation of over 2,000, which will be
unrepresented unless Mr. Hall is ad
mitted, and they desire the passage of
certain acts which will require the
personal attention of a representative.
The act providing for the organiza
tion of Nance County failed to place
the new county when organized with
in the boundaries of any judicial dis
trici, and the jutUe decided that Nance
county belongs to no judicial district
in the Staie-of Nebraska. -
Likewise, by some oversight Nance
county was lett out of any legislative
district, either senatorial or represent
live, all of which is unfa r and unjust,
providing the citizens of the county
are deprived thereby of all representation.
THE CAPITAL DOINGS I !
T1TE STATE HISTORI
mil van lolr out far him tefore the
! ' . X'.,.. ... - H'UIlt til
session is over, awu m; ..
"borry" brains of Cass when it comes
down to business this winter.
This is all I can think of today, "so
Don't Part SI is Hnir
the Skittle !"
THE BOY LKtasLAlUREl
Buzzing Don't Indicate the Senator.
Eleven is not a riattsmoulh dozen
Guess the cat ate one. Herald up, Mr.C.
Nearly all elections for U. S. Sena
tor take place before ours. We're the
last of the show.
A letter from "Broadbrims" we
must lefutys publication, as the writ
er's real Lsifne is nut given.
CNOEn,of Michigan, goes to theU.
S. Senate. He's a wasp, and will make
it lively now aud turn for ihe solemn
FIND out how theSlO.OOO wr-re spent
in t!,pl):ivf case lht. and then it will
be time enmixh to examine
Supreme Court has done.
AND delinquent Col. Tom Majors is
talKed of as "dark horse" for U.S. Sen
ator. If it wasn't for Tom's babies we'd
vote for him every time.
Tick's Floral Guide comes to hand
again as lias been its regular annual
practice ever since we assumed the
chair editorial, and it contains as usual
a most tempting array of seeds, bulbs
and plants, the best thing about them
being that . they are always reliable
We have grown both seeds and bulbs
for some years, thanks to Mr Yick's
generosity and we can testify to that
fact. A new cover adorns the cata
logue which .is much morn artistic
than the previous one. aud the genial
phiz of Mr. Vick himself may be seen
on one of the first pages. We count
Mi. Vick as one of the benefactors of
the country, for is not he a benefactor
who endeavors to inculcate a love of
the beautiful combined with suflicient
bodily exercise to fulfill the great law
of nature, and that is Mr. V-iofc's con
stant teaching through the pajres of
his Guide, his Magazine and his Flow
er and Vegetable Garden. If you want
really go.i reliable seeds o bulbs send
to Jan. Vick. Rochester. N. Y.
Lincoln, Tuesday 10, 1831.
Buz, Buz. Buz, goes the crowd, but
buz as you may no living man can buz
any thing eut of this legislature as to
whom they mean to support for U. S.
Senator. So we will drop that point,
ana say that the order of the day is
bills, bills, bills, now. They are com
ing in like clouds, every "feller" has
got his pocket full of 'em and every
outsider, almost, has as many met
which he wants his member to present
and put through. See record else
The State Historical Society held i
very interesting meeting this after
uoon, at which Mr. Wool worth told us
verv humorously of the many woods
and relics he has in bis new St. George
or Queen Susan (?) feoue and finally
invited us all up to e him and the
residence when we came to Omaha,
which by the way. if Inifaoff doesn't
pt more waiters here an serve din
ner faster we'll be obliged to soon,
or lose flesh before this IhirVN, over.
The address before the socie.e wae
given by Judge"Child of our city in
the evening, subject the "Gold Fever
of 1849," which recalled most vividly
to the miids of old settlers the stam
pede to I'ikee Peak, and all its great
premises of sudden and laoulous
The contests in Douglas are occupy
ing a good deal of attention now, and
tli reiiaral oninioii seems to be that
- - - - o -
the democratic members will be oust
ed. If so that denomination w ill be
exceedingly small in the deliberations
of tlti body.
The Cass Co. deleg.itien have scat
tered abroad since I was here before;
only Messrs. McKinnon and Root
stopped at th3 Commercial. I met
many old friends -is usual, not least
among which is J. C. Laughlin,f Burt
Senator, and it reminds one of the old
lays to see "Jap."
Really the news to-day is such a re
pititioimf jester-Uy ti' it I feel I had
bi'f er st'-i until t morrow and see
if I can't find M-suething fresh for a
new page and later letter. Mac.
Among the Cass County chaps here
are the inevitable Capt. Palmer, the
jelly Mart. Cutler and Rev. Jno. names
and Hon. S. M. Chapman. Mr. Chap
man has a number of cases in both
Suoreme and U. S. Court. Those in
U. S. Court are as fellows:
Mattisen vs Merriam: Coleman vs
Merriam ; Todd vs Merriam: Lyman
v Merriam ; Clark vs Merriam ; U. 1.
R. R. vs Sweenv; Crittenden vs Hyers;
Hume vs Eaton; and in Supreme
Court Pettit & mfe vs ltotit. w
Black and other cases.
''What! Ro!i a Poor Man of His Beer."
BY JOHN VAKI.KYCOaS'. JR.
The Nebraska Farmer is to be is-
- - sued semi-monthly this year and after
wards, and will be a very neat paper,
without covers, in the future.
if V. DorsMiS. of Oconomowoc,
read a paper at Waukesha, at the Wis-
consiu State Dairymen's Association,
about cream cheese and things.
The Nebraska C.ty News and Oma
ha Herald both take strong grounds
sgainst the passage of a prohibitory
law or constitutional amendment.
.Tcdoe Maxwell, at least, filed a
dissenting opinion in the Olive case;
eo that the charge mat toum "
' bought up is more ridiculous than
TIiey Had a suicide in Lincoln last
week, Thursday, and a shooting scrape
Saturday. W. O. Coons suicided, and a
young fellow by the name f Say res
shot a man named McCarthy.
The Bar Association recommends
ten Judicial Districts as the ueeds of
the State under the new apportion
ment. Make it an even dozen : it'll give
two more lawyers a chance on the
, bench. See?
T. P. McCarty, II. G. Morton, S. N.
Llolden, M. B. Cutler, A. Christiansen
' - ""re reported in the Bee as delegates to
th3 Farmers' Alliance from Cass Co.
We saw Dan. McCaig there ; guess Dan
was one of 'em.
The legislative committees in both
houses are published elsewhere. It
will be seen that our boys got them
selves pretty well heeled for once.
much to the discomfiture of the dele
gations from other counties.
Mr. Tefft, in the Senate, is chairman
of the committee on school lands,
funds, etc.; is second on the commit
tee on Counties, on miscellaneous cor
porations, both important committees,
and a member of three others of more
or less weight in affairs.
In the House, Windham is chairman
of the Judiciary, and on railroads and
Printing, three of the most important
committees in the House. Hall is on
tnoiiiiieP9 Root on three, and
McKinnon on two, all of the best com
mittees in the House.
If this is any sign of a duck's nest,
tdd Cass will take a lively hand in the
legislation of this winter.
We call attention to the letter of
"Homesteader," as his remarks about
the condition of the West, as regard
crops this vear, are valuable and prob
ably give the true causes of failure,
and show the improbability of a con
tinuance of such luck.
His other ideas about politics we
can't help but smile at, as every State
officer is from the Western counties,
and Mr. Paddock from Beatrice. Nance
surely ought to suit a Western man.
We think it is the river counties tnai
have been left out lately ; yet we want
lo hear hi3 gentle voice in the next
E. A. Touzalin is appointed Gener
al Manager of the K. C St. Joe & C. B.
R. R.. as well as of the B. & M. in Neb
He seems to "E. A. T." roads neaily as
well as Jay Gould, and never suffer
from indigestion, either.
The Omaha Republican correspond
ent can't read straight, it seems. The
Editorial Association was r.ever called
te meet until vesieiday. the 12th, and
uiiiura mllt-il in when the time
came, fast enough. There was no vac
uum, only in the O. R- C. s head.
Tue Liucoln Democrat says Powers
ia a "never-heard-of legal brother."
Mistake, Vifquai.i ! Senator Powers
has long stood in the front rank of
lawyers in this State, and was elected
from a naturally Democratic district,
because of hi3 eminent fitness for the
So MANT went from Plattameuth to
Lincoln this week to attend the vari
oua meetings of asaociations of all
-kinds, and to see the Legislative fun,
that we haven't space to chronicle
them. As next week will be the Sena
torial contest, the exodua will proba
bly be even greater.
We have had applications from four
subscribers from Eight Mile Grove for
our Almanac, stating that they have
not received a copy. We do not know
what to make of it, a the Eight Mile
Grove list of subscribers had Alma
nacs sent to them from 1 his office. The
same complaint, ai w ill be seen by our
Lu'.'lla correspondent, comes from
there. We will investigate the matter
and if we find thse post offices have
not received their packages we will
We publish this week a report of
last term's work in our city schools,
giving names in order of rank, of not
more than five scholars in each study
-f th TTish Schorl. In other depart
ments the rank with average standing
r ii l..ilar nromoted during the
KJ & . 1 I
year in all the departments.
The Musical Herald, published i
Tirctn u n of the verv best of our
musical publications, and in addition
ti.o vurv moderate Drice asked for.
it irives aeme very fine premiums. Par
ties desirous of taking a musical pub
lication cannot do better than to send
for it. A list of the premiums can bo
seen at this office.
TnE women of Nebraska are called
tn wiPt at Lincoln. Jail. Mth to dis-
cusa the advisability of petit'oning the
Legislature to submit to the voters of
the State a constitutional amendment
providing for the striking out of tke
word "male" in that p3rt of the cen-
StiUtion which lelates to the qualifi
cation of voters
incr tMa rceaur arJ
A WRITER in the Sheridan Post, Ne
maha County, thinks the present mem
bers of the Legislature are not com
plimented by the assertion of the
speakers in the Farmers' Alliance that
our legislators are always gobbled up
by the railroads, and aiso thathe sees
no use for a call to send delegates to
Lincoln to represent the people, as he
supposed they had just sent members
of the Legislature there to represent
the people that sent them, etc. .This
incongruity has been noticed by others
besides our "Farmer" from Nemaha.
Allan G. Campbell, Gentile candi-
dat for delegate lo congress irom
Utah, has been awarded the certificate
of election by the Governor, on the
ground that Cannon was never projer
ly naturalized, and was living in po
lygamy, contrary to the statutes of the
United States, thus disqualifying him
to hold the seat, though he did receive
the most votes at the late election.
Our old bachelor friend Campbell
can't' be accused of the last offense
any way; that is. too many wives
The Eclectic Magazine for 1881 will
besosoenlaiged as to give 200 addi
tional pages throughout the year. The
Tanuary number has an article by
Prof. Tyndall on "The Sabbath," "Re
cent Science." by Prof. Huxley. "Fic
tion Fair and Foul." b Jno. Ri.skin.
and a most beautiful steel engraving
of Bert rand's famous paint in of
Omaha. Jan. 5. The result of the
lnqnest held to-day at Oakland ever
the bodies of the six laborers ktlh-d m
a cnt at. MtdUe Creek yesterday by the
St. Paul train, resulted in the jury find
ing verdict attachme fcli trje r-spon-
" ' " I ing a verdict attacnine au
All desirona of aid- Bir,y for tllj, accident
irJ aiUei to be prra- citw t foreman, who bad
- i .. .... . '
Wednesday 11, 1881.
Among the laughable things that
help to enliven the monotony of Leg
islative routine is this:
Church Howe's desk in Ihe Senate
that he used to occupy, h id n the first
day of the session his name and coun
ty in big letters, to-wit: "Howe, Ne
maha." It so happened in the re-arranging
of seats Daily, of Nemaha, got
this desk, and the visitors in the Gal
lery that day saw staring at t!;em the
big letters "Howe. Nemaha,' wilh
the eonable and Senatorial fae of
Wm. Daily. Esq. behind it.
One says: "There's Howe, yes, why
he don't look like he used to, grown
older ain't he?"
"Don't art his hair iu the middle
"Must have worked hard lately
"Why he wears glasses; how much
older he's got, &c. Ac," much to tho
amusement of these who were batter
pested. There s a "feller told me
this, if it ain't true, it's not my fault;
it ought to be.
Already a bill to remove the capi
has been introduced, but it apparently
did not meet with much favor.
Another membei is going to have all
the pretty sunflowers, "kilt entirely"
The discussion on contested case,
11th dis't, will be opened at 2:30
Members have hardly got acquaint
ed with each other vet, and are rather
shy of tackling at cloe quarters; as
they gt better acquainted wiih them
selves and the busiiisse we may ex
pect more lively chin music. No one
has made a set speech yet, on any
matter that we have heard.
New!f aper jeporters and newspaper
men are thick. The favorite ones wh
were here early have a long row of
desks in the House, where we can see
the bright eyes of Higginson of the
Herald, the intellect ual tioso of Nye of
the Republican, tiie curly head of
Wolfe of Seward, the saturnine Col
Pace at times, and several othsrs of
uqual note and od IohUs, who take
torns in facing tl music from the
In tho Senate thtreare fewer scribe
to be seen.
Charley Gould makes a No. 1 Serg't
at Arms; seem Just at home there.
The soldier element is very strong
in both houses and as officers. It can't
be said this time that Nebraska forgot
They nhould endeavor to legislate
wisely and well now, and show them
selves as capable in peace as they wero
brave in war; because, where any one
element predominates so strongly tho
whole class will be held responsible for
their action, to a certain extent.
The youth of the membera, too, is
remarkable. Several are under 30, forty-
are under 85, and only eleven members
over 50 in the 114.
Still more siranje to Eastern ear
and perchance to Southern notions of
right Aery many of these members
have been in the state only two and
thre years, a few wore six and seven
years, and but a vet; email proportion
of the "ld settlers." that is those who
rame lire in the early dais aud have
teen residents of the State and Terri
tory 15 or 20 years.
These vu:iz men. too. should act
cautiously and 'e sparing of new and
untried legislation for the same reason
that the young element is just now on
the wave; it has the "boom" in Ne
braska, but should it commit jrave er
rors this winter in expenses in untried
methods there would be a re-act ion.
und farewell to bov-Goveruors ar.u
youthful congressmen next heat.
The Democrat thinks Wlndh.im
h:iut as much brains aa some Lan
caster mem&ere may have, &c, and
sfcould not have been chairman of th
Lancaster has had her foil abare of
boner in former years and Oass few
Mr. Democrat, and moreover there s
more in that young man's bead (Wind-
Synopsis of the Governor's Message.
Governor Nance, after he customa
ry greeting cautioned the body against
Ihe State treasury contains $342,
018.61 against a balance of $460,181.18
two years ago. During that time tho
d.bt has been diminished 3100.000.
The two-mill tax is found inadequate
to iav state expenses and a larger levy
is advised for the general fund. The
total bonded indebtedness of the State
is $409,267.85. Total delinquent state
Tke auditor, having failed to pay
into the treasury of the state $7,560.37
of fees collected by him, suit was
commenced against him and judgment
obtained. He having failed to pay the
judgmeit, suit was commenced against
his bondsmen anu is now in progress
Auditor Leidke having left the state,
Hon. John Wallichs was appointed to
rill the vacancy.
The number of persons of school age
in the state is 142.343. umber at
tending school 92.559. Number
traded schools 0. "Average wage?
paid to male teachers. $36.12; females
: i U2. .Number or scnooinouses.
2790- Value of school property 32.
Tlie number of acres of school lands
uusold, November 30. is 1,017.565.81.
Total amount ot money placed to
ci edit of school fund, last two years,
3543,506 96. As indemnity for lands
lost in seciion 16 and 36 resulting
from the sale of the Otoe and Pa.vnee
reserva: ions, the state has received an
addition of 22,272.4a acres to its school
The total lauds owned by the State
immediate action is recommended
with reference to the saline lands, to
secure the development of salt springs
s as to yield a revenue to the state.
The state university and normal
school are in a very prosperous condi
tion. In the penitentiary are 266 convicts,
eleven of whom are U. J. prisoners
and titty-nine convicts are from Wy
oming territory. .u artesian n
ind the introduction ol gas is recom
mended for the penitemiary as a safe
guard against fire, the etucacy ot
the ' Good 1 lme aci is ueiiioiiu;iu.
Health of prisoners is good, only three
deaths having occurred in two years
and one of these was accidental.
The number of patients in the hos
pital for insane is 19. lne present
building will not accomodate more
than 200. Room for 300 will probably
be needed within two years. An in
stitutian for tceble minded children is
The institute for dear and aumo
contains seventy-live inmates. More
room will be required lor tins institu
tion within two years.
In the institute for lne unnd ne im
provements are asked for. the num
tr nf inmates is 27.
The completion of the reform school
at. Kearney demands immediate act km
to provide for the organization and
tn. inurement of the institution.
The wing of the new capitol build
ing could not be completed at the
time specified in the contract and ad
ditional time is afced tor. rue con
tract for this building was let at
JJThe report of secretary of state shows
comnlet list of companies that have
been incorporated during the past two
years and of all registered oonus or
counties, districts, etc.
The appropriation for insurance on
state buildings has been exnausieo
aud several buildings are now unin
sured. An appropriation of 88.000 or
310,000, to cover insurance for a series
of vears is recommended.
Twelve companies or intaniry, ami
one of light artillery, numbeiing 593
f.fncersane' men, have uniformed them
selves without expense to the state.
Aiinnini iations should be made sutri
iMsnt ti t.lace the militia upon a sub
The fish commissioners have done
much work, saying their own ex
nenses. During the two years, they
hit. lia'irliert and u laced in the waters
of the state about 500,000 voung sal
mon. A recommendation is made for
n uimninriation to assist them til
I I r
Ttm ttP should be divided into
two congressional districts as soon as
tho ratio is fixed by congress.
The number of judicial distticts
shonld be increased to provide for the
business in the district courts.
Appropriation is asked for the pay
ment of expenses of prosecuting crun
licensed of crimes committed ii
unorganized territory. Tha S10.00O
anurouriated by the last, legislature
was exhausied in me wnve wiai.
The state officers should ne sup
ith naninhleU and other read
jug matter to circulate as imiuigi wun
lions exercising a "great public func
tion like that of operating public nign-
The use of money and patronage to
control elections and the use of money
and ether improper means to control
legislation in this state.
And we respectfully ask tlm legisla
ture of the state of Nebraska to inaug
urate measures calculated to remove
these evils. .
Resolved. That the industrial ana
commercial interests of the north weai
demand the early opening and im
provement of the Missouri aud Miss-
isippi rivers, and me completion oi
the Illinois canal.
Resolved, That the Omaha and
Platismoulh bridges having been
built by the aid of munificent gran'.s
of lands and money belonging to the
people, the exorbitant and extortionate
tolls now charged for tin ir use should
be reduced to the regular rates or tlie
corporations using the same.
Resolved, 1 hat trie scneme propos
ing the withdrawal of large tracts of
western lands from the operations of
the homestead laws, aud allowing the
same to be monopoUzod, by incorpora
ted capital, is opposed to the true in
terests of the people.
Resolved, That our present legis
lature is hereby requested to ninimr
ialize congress in favor of legislation
C4rrving out the above views.
lieso.ved. inal rue legisiaiuic
should elect a United states oen..i.or
who is publicly pledged to support ny
vuieo and vote an adequate legi-la-
tkn for the promotion of the cause of
Keoolved. that we hereby respect
fully request t Ire legislature of Neb
raska, at its session of 1881, to pass
il-nuate laws for the enforcement of
thH orovisions of sec. 1 and 7 of art
11 nf the constitution of Nebraska
v hich are as follows, viz:
Hrtion 1. Everv railroaJ corpora
tion organized or doing business in
this 6tate under the laws or authority
thereof, or of any state or or ine cm
til States shall have and maintain
a public office in this state for the
transaction of its business, where
transfers of stock shall be made, and in
which shall be kept, for public in
ttpecliou, books in winch shall be re
corded the amount of capital stock
subscribed and by whom, the names i.f
ow ners of its stock and tho amounts
owned by them respectively, the
amount paid in and by whom, the trans
fers of said stock, the amount
f it nseta and liabilities and the
names and places of residence ot
its officers. The directors of every
railroad corpora. ion, or oilier parties
having control of its road snail
innually make a report, unuer oaiu
to ihe auditor or puonc account,
or some otiicer to be designated
by law, of the amount reieiveu
from pasBengers and freight aud such
other matters relating to railroads as
m.tv w, prescribed by law. And me
legislature shall pass laws eniorciug
by suitable penalties the provisions of
Sec. 7. The legislature shall pass
la os to correct abuses, ana pi event
nniiiBi discrimination and extortion in
all charges of .express, telegraph ana
ruiimad companies in this state and
nforce such laws by adequate penal
tis tn the extent, if necessary for that
uurnnse of forfeiture of their proper
ty and fianchises."
Resolved. That the secretary be re
quested to furnish "opies of these res
olutions to the president of the senate.
t th sneaker of the house, and to
each member of the present legisla
tnr nf Nebraska.
i?uivt.i That it is the sense or
il U - - -
the meeting that when the members
return to their respective homes they
call mass meetings for the purpose of
u-.ibeiiinira deep interest in the ob
jects of the Ailiance in the minds of
An executive Committee composed
of Shrader of Lancaster. Bigelow of
Thaver and McCarty of Cass was ap
Mr. Morton of Cass was put on th
The Alliance adjourned to meet 1st
Wednesday after the 1st Monday in
September at 2 P. M.
0ur Ktmptrautt Column.
ICDtTScn T TIIK WOMAN'S CHKISTIAX TKM
For G nl. an l '.num. an.t Na'.ive Land
What ! rob a poor man ot his beer.
And give hhu good Tlctual Instead
Your heart's very hard, sir. I fear.
Or at leat you are soft in the head.
What ! rob a poor man of hl iiiuk.
And B've hhu a houe of his own ;
With kitchen and parlor so snug !
Tls enough to draw tears froie a stone.
What 1 rob a poor man of Id glass.
And teach him to read and to write !
What! save him from being an ass! .
Tis nothing but malic and spite.
What ! rob a o r man of hi ale.
And prevtnt him from beating hU wire.
From 1 elnB locked up iu a jail.
With penal employment for lift-!
What ! rob a poor man ef hi beer.
And keep him from Marvins his child.
It makes one feel awfully queer.
And I'll titanic you to dr.i v It move mild.
t.Htable l'atieuts. " ,
The most wonderful and marvelous
success, in cases where persons are
sick or wasting away from a condition
of miserableness, that no one knows
what ails l hem (profitable patients for
doctors) is obtained by the use of Hop
Bitters. They begin to cure from the
Mrs dose and keep it up until perfect
health and stiength is restored. Who
ever is atllijled iu this way need not
suffer, when they can get Hop Bitters.
See other column.
A Grand Reputation.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure has reached a reputation that is
pot limited by the confines of section
or country. There are no ii.jurious
substances, nor false or temporary
stimulants in the preparation. !t,is
purely vegetable, and compounded un
der a formula that has passed severe
tests, and won endorsements from
some of the highest medical talent in
the country. New York World. 84tl3
XI i ns s,
Li quo rs
Main Street, opposite the Cmut Ifoune.
This place is Jul opened, neu: pood roe el
allklnd. Y want le keepasood house aid
RBMRMlSPll THIS. 9ly
MONARCH MLUAUU iiJ,
Iohc basement of Merges' Sto-v, " v
rr.ATTSMuUTH, - - NKUKAKKA.
One duor east "f Ihe 1". O.
Rooms Ne wiy Fitterl up With
XKff UOAll U TAIII-IW.
Cigars & Temp craacs Drinks
On hand ai the counter,
ft Is a wide anil spacious Ih.U ; p"-nly of mom
for player .ml sestls lor i-U.'ii.
Kr. Ol.tvrn. P. H. M I'll I'll Y.
Maimper. Mtf "V-
GKAIN AXI) ritODUCE.'
The Senate Committees
IUii ub. of York. Caii
Judieiarv rower. Evans, rerKln.
. oi'K. c atiy. nowo.
Fii.uncv. Ways aud .Mean ,ere. lem. .woise
State Farmers' Alliance,
TI, Var.ners' Alliance .:.et at Lin
coln Jan. 5th, pursuant to call
Mr. J. Burrows was appointed tem
porary Chairman and G. W. Dodge I
Dodge temporary Secretary
Cass county was represented by Dan
iel McCaig, P. Kidman. T. P. McCarty.
s C. llolden. II. G. otton, yi. u. cut
ler, A. Christenson. ,
After adopting aeonstitution and
by-laws and a generaTdebate on the
aims and objects of the Association
the following resolutions were passed:
Before the comaaittee on resolution
reported however, the organizaiioi
ra m ills permanent bv electing iu. V
Ingerseli of Johnson President and J
Burrows, of Sage Secretary, W. A
Town, of Thayer, Treasurer, with Vice
Presidents from each judicial district
Resolved. That we invite the at
tention of the legislature of Nebraska
tn the well-knwwn abuses and evils
which ex:st in the management or me
crnoration3 operating ranroans
wholly or in pare in iuis siate. iuuuuk
which we woula enumerate me 101-
hiwn.tr. viz: 1 lie carriage or iieigui
for eitizens of other states and other
f.iinfries at lower rates than for the
citizens of Nebraska; giving individu
al citizens secret rates.
The raaintamance of sunsmiary oi
ganizations, through which rates at
made unnecessarily high, and tin rev
a. n MD3 rtr T h road depleted befor
rhuv rpih the stockholders:
The watering stock, or capitalize
ti.ui of surplus earnings
Tho charging of rate for transpor
ratinn which ai e not in proportion t
cot of service and distance earrle
and discriminations agidnot local ant'
nnn competing points, which tend i
-lisconraa-e the location of wholeaal
houses anl niaufxcturlnff establish
Th lae of that nnblieltv In meth
n. ..-.....-.. tlv. Uiirnx of UutlUP. Oooll
Accounts aiidb.xeuuuuicH iiiuiiB. ui u
Van Wvck. Kvaiu. Zehruntf. Suiilh.
Agriculture Wherry. Evaus. laylor, biuilh.
Bunt, ot York. Daily. Howe
lilJllvvaVS. liriUg.'a r-ntc- uun.s
York. V hcrry. Ervin, Coon, itaker.
Military .vaus, turner, uiauam, "i-
Dow. . . . .... ., . .v-n.
Public Ljtuas ane rniiiui"u m-i-. ith..
Zehrung, Burn, ot Uod. leni, reih.ui.
White. . , ..
nlerlor imtuoveuieliis tayior. i'an., iuiu-
er. Ervin. tiialiiiin.
federal lie laiions iiuwe, ijim. ,
Daily, r.rwiu. ..,...
Enrolled and KliRrosseu m:ii-iiui.r, nuci-
ry. lavtor. .Mvers. ,
Counties 'furk. Tetlt. Turner, loai;e. Gra
ham. . ,... ...,
Kailroaus Myers, were, ens, wij,
Burns, of DiMUe.ZehiuuK.
I'rivi eurs anil Elections aiorsr, imr, oumr.
of Dodse. Cady. Coon.
stale irisouuiuiu"i. ...-
er. White. .
Miscellaneous toi pjrauuus itu i, "vm,
Tui k, 1'ieice. Howe.
Library Cauy, fierce, narruiijion, 0111.
Coon. , . .
claims Morse, smim, tiurus, 01 uuuhk, jij -
lucation van w jck, iuik, uarnj, ui uir.
I'ubuc 1 riuiii'K v ens. 1 into, uammiuu,
Mines and Mineral tunn-r, icui. nucij.
School Lands ana ruuus ieni, iiih-
more. Itruns. coon.
Banks aud currency toon, an njfi. )
crs, llariinsto.i. Baker. .
('utiliiullon.tl Amendment amiiii. minis,
York, Taylor. White. Myers. We Is. D :me.
Immigration l'erktm, ii.ruer, MarriuKlou,
Municipal Allair.t uoane, van n j en, 1 n-ivc.
I'ublic charities Daily, layior, ti in. noe.
Graliam. . ,
Live Slock and (.razing inierexrs iv-tiier.
IVikins. Smith Kuril. if Uoiige. .veil.
Uiiiversiiy .Oltiuuj;, smiin. jior.te,
THE ROUKK COMMlTTEKf.
Judiciary Windliau. Whedon. Schick,
France. Montgomery, Kaley, Uubetts. uartieti.
Unaliee, ways aim .neans--unui. nan.
iieliii. l.aml), Graham. liowe. sears.
Agriculture Cl. Wells, Jensen, Kaymon,
Cti inau. Gates. C'antlin.
Koails anil Bridge uapcocK, iruviy. r ney.
Itrown. llolliiiau. Hall. ney
Mililia iik. Uolin, eou. ivjnrr. mnru,
i?..bco k. Palmer. ,
Public Land-a a ttuiKiiUK ni,.-w-um,
Ayer. Jensen. Howe. .McKinnon, Dew, silver.
Mullen. . .
Internal lmprovpmni sin. itiuwu, uun
on. Gates, W yatt. PeiersoH. Carman.
Federal Relations Kmil. Keitiptou, Bartlett,
Watts. Johnson. Tarry I'litiiev.
Encro-'Ned and r.nroueu iu miencj,
er Flelms, Mc-Miane. Merman, fried. IS ilwiu.
Accounts and Rvpemlllures Howe, tilley.
McClue, Kyner, Hickock. Tried, jaenson, 01
ltouglas. , A ,.. .i.i.v n.
I itiliSLlEllinillHI Aiiiruuun.iii.-v.--. ,
One of the largest and most hopeful ! CatSi
of our organizations is that of tho
children, whicn was formed by Col.
Woodford. Mis. Eowen being elected
President. The first regular meeting
will be held next Sabbath at half past
three o'clock iu the Presbyterian
Chercli. It is hoped that every boy
and girl who put on the blue ribbon
and all who wear tke red ribbon will
be present . with many othera who
wish to join under these colors.
The W. C. T. U. held a Gospel Tem
perance meeting last Sabbath after
noon in the M. K. Church which was
addressed by Kev. Gallagher and sev
eral other gentlemen remarks in all
cases being pointed and earnest. No
tice will be given through the pulpit
and press of the second of these meetings.
It is a self-evident proposition that
whatever n right is expedient; out
whatever ia expedient may not al
ways b right, dependant upon the
moral standpoint from which we view
the question; and if a thing be essen
tially wrong, no amount of legislation
short of its total abolition Can ever
change its nature.
Aud if the "woe be to him that giv-
eth his neighbor driuk. that putteth
his bottle to him and maketh him
drunken", will it not equally lie
against those who for a consideration
confer upon Hum Ihe exclusive right
to so hand forth. If, therefore in
discriminate liquor selling is a benefit
to any community, why not let every
one enjov the pecuniary advantages
from its sale, but if on the other hand
it is an evil of the deepest dye, which
most will admit, then nothing short
of "ceasing to do evil" w ill be effect
ual for its cure. But here we are met
by tlie assertion -prohibition will not
prohibit" to which I reply that for all
practical purposes it will be effectual
with law-abiding citizens; the law
breaker must abide the penalty. It is
a fact known to all lawyers that eur
criminal legislation is prohibitory in
its charrcter, yet because this fails to
pieveut entirely the commission of j
crime, they would hardly risk their
reputations by advocating a repeal of
such laws. Then why make this
question an exception to every otlter
question of law and practice? Echo
answers why? - . W. .
Ptemembtr the "Children's Temper
ance Meei.irg,"nex; Sabbath afternoon
at half past three oMock in tho Pres
Corn, ear. ...
Barley, No. S
Wednesday. Jan. 12, ISST.
ii."..'..".!.. ...... 20
3 73 00
V. V.'.V.V.V. 75
Money t OlSSl O-H.
NEW YOUR MARKETS.
Nkw York, Jan. 12, 188L
1 15.1 :
Chicago. Jan. 12. 1881.
SIM (u,S5 00
.$1 TOfflJS 15
.. 4 (XiS 4 30
. 4 : 4W 25
Tu. errirul Remsdv ever discovered
us it is certain in its effects and does not blis
ter. Also excellent lor Human nesn. nr.Au
From a Prominent Physician
Washingtonville, Ohio, June 17th. 1880.
nit. K. .1. Kkndai.l.V Co.. Gents : Reading
your advert isenieut In Turf. Field and Farm, of
Kendall's Spavin Cure, and having a valuable
and speedy Horse .vhich had been lame from
pavii eighteen months. I Kent to you for a
boit.e oy express, wiuen 111 v-t-K 1 reiu-u
all lamenes and eiilaiT.-eii.enl anil a large splint
f r jiii anot her horse, and hot It horses are to-dav
as sound a coll. Tlie one bottle was worth to
ti e one hundred dollars.
Kesnectfullv vours H. A. Bkrtoi.lkv. M. D.
Send for illustrated circular giving Positive
Proof. Price $1. Alt ilrmrulsts have It or can
act It for vou. Dr B. J Kndall & Co., proprl-
Vi ... ". 1. .
eors r.noMiuiiju rni. , innuui,
E.'G. Dqvey & Son
AT THE OLD STAND.
Still fli-! tliemselve- at hmnc t C:is Couniy
Knriuei-s and all their old eutoiuers.
H'f hneethut Whit' r nr us
ual Jiill awl birijir lints of
ju!s than, perliaji.-i. rnr Lf
fore. As tlie yruirth of the
country hamkmautlxl lurjrr
stocks, and of a b'tttr class, w
hare etidtarortd to meet thai
Hats, Caps, Gloves! Mittens
jor winter wear, ire nare u
large and varied assortment at
of all kinds. Dress Trimmings
of the latest styhs. Buttons in
tnd less variety. Our line of
is exceedingly large, and w
think well Selected.
LAMES' SHOES. MEN'S AND BOYS BOOTS
AND SHOES. CHILDREN'S AND
to suit all people and all purses.
A veiy full line f
UMSSU Hti: Al BTOXKWAttK,
which you muHt see to select frot..
Sugars of standard grades,
fppn of thenuent qualities, selected by our
PnfToriP "f manv hrands. eiecially our ow n
UUliUl'U iTMIld of KKKSH 1IOASTKO COKKKR -called
the -MKRIQl E." ll It aud cec. before
ivurehaxlui; eUe here. j
l)riGu FrOilS of all kind., fre-h and sweet.
Fresli Crackers a Specialty.
CANNED C.OOliS from all quarters. Very Br s
r:T?FKV WITF.lt APPLES
hy the barrel or buihe:.
In all thee blanches we nhall en
deavor to sell a hue a any one. and
a is p-is-ible t do a socnii iuhi
NKs. We invite attention and will
show all that call our L-oods. Don't
be afraid to ask for what yon want,
and cail .flcn and early,
37ui3 K. G. DOVEY & SON. Platti-mouth. Ni V
once more comes foiT.ard wll'.i an entire lie
I F.H.Xj -" WIKTEB
I Slock of tho finest Piece ;"1 ever brought
I into Plat;iiHiiitl; ! !
! KVKUY OAIiMKNT TT IS
j WARRANTED to FIT
i Hundreds go there mid they are
AhWA VS sriTKD.
Shop opposite Hie Cetn t H.-u-e. tilve liini A
call and examine ''' "'in -eUe-t. 4rif
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
HEARSE I FUNERALS.
TAKE 1TOTICI3 !
I want all of my accounts ki ttled to date.
Bli'l 1 shall 00 no mom creilil nuHiiess.
accnuiits niiist lie setileil up. and 110 lien cllf
uuiits hic set I It
w ill lie inaite. I'uless sueli ac
slmrtly they will be sued.
I w ish to do astiicilycivdi business In fut ure
JCIIN Sll VWON,
l'l. Ul-hi. mlh. N'eh.
and all kinds f harness Honk, constantly on.T;.l '''
Repairing of all Kinds
JfSATL T DOXB M RHQ11T SOT10P
TURNED OUT IN SlIOH'T (fllFEH,
And Satisfaction (luai anteeil.
ISW-Remember the place. Opiiosltn ltmirs
Boeck's Furniture Stole, on Lower Main Mieel v- j
Plattsinouth. Nelt. , Uj
Sl-ly STHEIQHT tf- MILLER.
FRED. D. LEHNUOFF,
Morning Dew Saloon !
South-east corner Mn 11 and Sixth Streets.
Keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
- FOR THE
Constantly 011 Hand.
J. F. BAUME1STER
Furnishes Krenh. Ture Milk,
Special call attended to. and Fresh
from same cow furnished when wanted.
machine" shots !
Repairer ef Steam Engines, Baiters,
Saw and Grist Mill
a An Al MTKAM FITTl'eiiej,
rrought Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Phies.Steam
Gauge Safety-Valve tiovernors, and all
k!u.'.sof brass Enylne Finings,
repaired ou sliort notiwe.
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Ketait Dealers In
Maiu street . earner of Fifth.
I'LATTSMOUTII, - - - - NEB
Still Better Rates for Lumber
GROCERIES OF ALL KIN IS.
Lare stock of '
BOOTS and SHOES
CL0ED OUT AT COTS,-'
au4 in factaverytliiui; yon can eail for In
the line of
n 1 nr .i...B.n, . '
CASH PAID FOU UlUliS AND
All kiuds of country oiodiKe taken
cbanK for ponds.
MIKE SCHNELLBACIIE I
ot Cantlln. Montsomery, Brown. Herman.
.i.,m.,i it.innil:ins Moutiroinery.
Spiiek, McClure, Mcliinnon. TTallluK. Mooieof
Hai'lroa'ds Koberts. Jones. Lamb. Cray, fioll-
mau, wiiianam. niiis. ,
i'rlvliei.e anil Elections Linn. Silvers. Kal-
y. Baldwin. Hollman, P.oot. France.
Peiiilentuiry M.tiley. Helms. Jacksor, of
Ooualas. Correll. Hostetter. eij;irr. o"-rmu.
in.i 11.ui ,,tirt iiiinii nun inr;uie uaiiwiiii.
i!.M,t .1 '.('. s,.u of Pawnee. Itroatch. lowty,SilL
''orporations-Lr.uhlin. Mullen. Whedon
Ll n li-wj Sihiik l.itlli.
i 1 iiuii. " " " ":" "
L brarT Ztiisler. t sutliin, iew. d.u.ucii,
Cities antl To Broatch. Hot et ter. Bald
n i'jna,m nieitniii5.il. aiiifi',i.
Bank and Currency Moore, oi iofk. auiicu.
Putuev. MieKev. ra liter. ..ic..--ii:iiie. wis.
Common "ehool" Case, vvusey.
Sill. Moore of York. Kinc. Keyinan.
Lniver-lty and nnai wenaois -ivijicj.
lure. Wells. Cook. McUougal
Pu. die Prititing Correll. Jackson of Pawnee,
Urav. Mullen. itiauani, iv ner. r. j ii.
ulnm anil Minerals lieed. Petori-on
,'el.liates. Cole. Watt, silver.
Immigration Frederick. Bo'.lit. Hickock
.'.rrl.Mii Klnonfrl. .l.lllDSOll. PterOD.
Kbtuufilciures and Conmierce Hostetter,
.nr.ek Jones. Cole. Jaeksou of Douglas. BlcK
School i.nnd' Avw. Frederick, Case. Kloep--1.
lo-ed. Wyatt. Ferry.
Miscellaneous Carman. Sprick. Reed. Jottn-
..n. rav. Ze'it ler, hickock.
Claims Uartlett. Jackson ..f Pawne. bars,
i..Mt, iirali.tn Pavtnn. Frederick.
Live 9t'H- and razin-Filley. McKinnon,
Ueclui-e, Ovnrton, Lehman. Paxton. Wall.
Rule Wells. Ransom. Frnse. Waliiug,
Jaae, Cook, and Mr. Wneaker
Troth and Honor.
Query: What la the beat family
medicine iu tbe world to regulate the
bowela, pnrlfy the blood, remove cos-
tivenesa and bultousneBS, aia digestion
and tone no the whole system? Truth
and honor compels us to answer. Hep
Bl' KKV. WM. M. THAYER.
"1 am a little fellow, what can I
do"? exclaimed Chatlie, when It is
good niotiier was )leattiiig for tit
-You can sijju the pledge and stick
to it" answered his mother.
-So can anyliody." replied Charlie,
but that is net much. I thought yeu
"Well, that 13 the beginning of good
work in ihe lemuerauce cause, con
tinued his mother.
"No peion could de much in thi
cause, utiles fie should iirsi siifu me
pleiige and keep it, and that you can
do. So far you cn de just as mucn
a man; and your example may in
fluence another boy to -touch not,
tasie not, handle not, as the example
of gi own people will influence other
Riwn people to do right."
"lf you vote No-License you will
ruin the business of the town."
So said a laau of affairs, whose years
of practical toil would lead you l o ex
pect a better judgment. But he had
not cousidered the matter. lie looked
upon liquor selling as a business, and,
ot twuisa, if a business were driven
out, the town must lose by it. sup
pose he had stopped a little anu
asked the question, who would suffer?
Tlie laborer? -No. 1 lie eaiouu
gives no fctrentli, no healthy seimu-
lus.no moral purpose to tue lauoier.
It takes lrom him his Hard earnings,
mortgages Ins health, steals his ambi
tion, weakens his purpose and de
bauches his morals. Ihe laborer
wul.d be intluLely better off without
The trader? No. Ihe saloon im
poverishes a multitude or wouiu-oe
buyers, and they cannot tnereiore pat
ronize tlie legitimate uauns.
drunken Jones a better customer of
butcher, baker, and shop-keeper, than
sober brewn? If out of S earneu
per week Jenes spends $ for bee
and whisky, will he have so much to
spend as Brown, who earns the same
and buys no beer?
A laburiiiff drinker spends easuy .
hundred dollars a year on his rink.
A hundred of them in a town will
spend $10,000 in a year, all of which,
if not spent lor orins. woun oe speui.
on the legitimate trades. Ihe saloon
is a leech on every honest.
business. Every cent it geU is sucked
from the body oi healthy trade, and
by so much delete it. All trade
would be better on it the sa.ooRS were
driven out. Who would sutler? And
after one has guiie the rounds tr all
employmenis, he will find out that by
driving out the saloons nn one will
suffer loss but the saloon keeper and
his companions and abetters in the
crime of slow slaughter, the Lrewer
and distiller. So the devil will be
minus his tra.V when the millenium
comes. Prof. Geo. E. Foster.
Drink Hakes Business.
HERALD ! !
.c Official gaper
OF THE COUNTY.
For llis New Year,
Successor to Sohleokl & Nieman.
11 em in " it
AVACON 1!1- PA III fNti
All kinds of '
FA KM I M PL1.M ESTr
1 Illl'tliled , . ;
o- . v
Horse, 3Iu!c& Ox Shooing
In short, we'll shoe anything that lis"
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
FllthS between M ihia-.l Vim-
ust ncrosF e corner from Hie nkw II Ki
NEW BIUlK YARD
I am to
And dealers In
SMOKERS' FANCY ARTICLES, 8MOKINU
Special BRANDS and sizes of CIOARS made to
order, and satisfaction iruarauleeit. ligar
clipping! sold for smoking tobacco.
Mai- Street, one door -west of J. S. Duke's store
Opposite P"f Office .
Plattsmoutii, Neb. Im3
this sning sii l want t
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
- NEW FIRM-
IsTEW O-OO DS ! I
(1881) we shall offer very low club
rales on t..e best papers and
magazines in the Union.
JXO. B0XS fc SOX,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. Cuthi.iau's old store.
A FULL LINK OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND FHESII.
Herald Amanac! bread stuffs,
of every description.
Choice and Fancy Candies
and all kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of the best brands.
CHRISTMAS TO VS, dC, d C,
in endless quantities.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Don't fail to Call.
881y J. BONS & SON, Props.
We shall also publish and issue a
for each of our subscribers, at Christ
And try and make the paper
BETTER AUD STRONGER
Jaller o f Yews
that people 0:111 build
BRICK HOCSKS 7.Y.S7 .l OF UtAMhj
1 shall contract and
Judge Erskine, addressing a jury on
a murder case, said: -If it were not
for this drinking, you ai.d I should
have nothing to do.
When a man is recognized as a
drunkard, linn the law eteps in and
forbids the sale to him of the legalized
drinks and yet this very same man
tnav have been brought te hie prenent
Billable cendilion by tbe tullfillment
f the law Titling to him. until h it
a drundard. Tho line of demarkailwn
between the time when a man is and
is not leeallv authorized to buy, and
the timev when the saloon-keeper is
not lezallv authorized to tell, is too
oda and reenonsfb Itv to the
Lam'tliaQjnBmelMeadedfol,w-pir br.oagj to ergnaUa
Bitters, beinir pure, perfect and harm-1 dim for our mortal vision. Iowa
Ilea. Se aaoUiw column. loeptuoeui. -
and yet your friends to gice us a lift I
The More Help We
Get, the Better
J. A. MacMurpliy
Ed. HEM ALB,
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer tn
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
1 . - onlv nlace In town where "Turley's pat
ent self adjustable horse collarsure .ld.''
Build BRICK Houfc,,;
the comiiis year and w.-uld like tho-
Intending to Build t.
K'-ve me a call beforo looking eNrwber.
At my place on Valiii.t"n Avenue r h
H. White's Store on Maiu S:reet, I'l.ii Isim I ':
Nebraska. '.' u
. tn .
1B7 HAliDWARE 8T0?;: ;
J. S. DUKE
Has Ju.-t opened an entire new Steele of , r
ware, mi .111
7mm -m rm; 1 m-mm bc
Next door west of CIuiiiiiimd f-'iullh -..""
A Full Line of
SHO VELS, RA KES. SI' A OES f
ALL GARDEN TOOLS. g3
NAILS, NAILS. NAILS, by tf
HOPE, I'OWPKK. SHOT, Cj.tii
A Full Liue of I T KKV. 3 ,
Special Rates tr Guilders and ,
1 1 a tors. ?
AM oodi? sold as lov
s they pon" i!.;y .
SUBSCEIPTIOIT PEICE :
S2.00 a Year.
A eertafa ear for Nervous
Detbiflty, Seminal Weak
rtmmm. ImsotMifl. etc.
The Beeittee nd ia sty vrwctic for 2 Year
nd an Uliumtad hook of 60 paces flving fell d!
'nfuoni ror mrmmnnjgent Tree, Laurent
iH.T.Vn.T.IAIf i3fl Ll iter Si. IJt-W B
Retail biquov Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
rLATTfUCOUTH, ... . NEB.
BUUar4 Ball ae4 Baleos oo Maw Btreet, foor
mts trra Sixth at KesrtUel
SS8T BRANDS OFCIQARS, LE3,
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