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PLATTSMOUTH, JAN. 20, 1881.
Our Club List.
Her we are with ur C'lnb List again. And
trtry paid up subscriber to the Hkbai.d we
will give in addition a a Otiristman present, a
op; of the Hkbalo Aldlne Aim ante, whlct is
Illustrated -ritt engravings from tlie finest art
takllsltincBt in the country. So hurry iu with
your ubs,criition in time to get the Almanac :
Herald and Inter-Ocean, (weekly)... (2 75
" St. Lou's Globe-Oeii.oerut... 2 75
" " Bnrliugton Hawkeje 2 75
' Louisville- C'ouric r-.Jocrnal. .. 3 05
" " I.eslie'ii.III.s Ntwspaper .. . . 4 15
- U. Y. Tiinrs (seiui-wofl;iy;.. 115
" " Sun. (weekly). 2 C5
' ' loledo made 3 00
" Cincinnati Commercial (and
prem) 2 65
" S;ientiflc American 4 20
M " Kebr.uk a Fanner 2 75
" Omaha Republican (ft prem). 3 00
x Omaha Bee (and prem) J
" " State Journal (with map pnii) 3 20
" " America Agriculturist 2 65
" " rralrii Farmer 3 30
M Nat Live Stock Journal 3 80
" Younz People
Demorest's Monthly Maga
zine, (without premium)..
Godey's Lady's Book
Literary A Eilucai'nal Notes
The total censLS returns give us a
population of 50,153,8CC.
The Omaha Bee Premium distribu
tion -has bet n postponed to Feb. 22d.
Cass Cocnty seems to be like tbt
Dutchman's family on polities it is
"all schj.lit up" on the Senatorial ques
tion. . '
We are very much obliged to our
friend in Lincoln for telegrams. The
Cass County boys have forgotten us
1)K. Hoot s bill to amend the reve
nue law and equalize the taxation of
rail-road property lias passed to sec
ond reading and tlfe Doctor is urging
, ii l i rill a iirikni.i
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A he. Mac. is a brick and his
tttnpoaf is worser. It's u good thing
and every family .shmild have one we
mean the Herald and the book.
OUR paper may be late this week,
for if there is no election Wednesday
and a prospect for one to day. we may
hold it to give our readers the latest
U. S. Senator from Nebraska.
ClirRca Howe had a big time with
the spirits at Liucoln, Sunday night,
for a temperance man. It wasn't ar
dent spirits Howe encountered ibis
time, but female spirits. He made an
expose of the. Fay rapping humbugs.
-Six boys in Patterson, X. Y. ran
pluto a telegraph pole while coasting
Lid three were fatally i' jured. The
: ..nprint of every tooth in one of the
boys upper jaw was found on the
pole, some of the indentations half an
Mr. Stcrois, of Omaha, formerly
principal wf our school, was under
trial last week before the II. S. Court
at Lincoln for forging an affidavit in a
pension case, the trial resulting in a
lecerdict of acquittal, the jury not leav
ng their seats.
or We have received a copy of Hie Xe
1 braska Herald's Almanac, a Christ
, mas present to its patrons. Mr. John
A. MacMurphy, the editor, displayed
considerable enterprise in getting up
! that pamphlet, which is neat, but
bears unmistakable evidence of
"patent insides."--Ived Cloud Chief.
Witii the compliments of Mr. Si,
f John, of the Rock Island route, come
a couple of very handsome calendars.
If there is a man, woman or child in
i this section of the country that doesn't
..-u jl.Ja they run somutbiwg pertaining
he Rock Islai.il road and Mr. St.
in. tnev must run wiui iast : tor
lift Unuersianus now loiuonusc iii a
Tiik editor was requested to give
t his views on the Temperance amend
ment to the Constitution ' his week.
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With the thermometer outside down
to zero, and ours inside up to 114 in
one part of our body, and down to 40
in another, we have no views. That Js
to saj'f we've had fever n ager, con-
gestive chills, or something on the ex-
treme all the time. Nothing temperate
' about us this week.
S II. It. TUIRTT-FIVE, is to lepeal the
hi present salary law for clerks, sheriffs,
Bi and all district -uid county ffleers, in
; fact, and substitute fets in place there-
It of. We have not had time to examine
Jth the bill to see just what tffec: ii w ill
k'havo. but merely call attention to the
' great changes ia public opinion. A
gi few years ago aU were crazy for salar
st iei officers, some of tlie older heads
arsaid "go slow" but it was put through
; and now the first action of the prcsem
VoLe2lshUure is to revise and lepeal the
: pi present system,
bir rrrr: . - . . 1
' The coarse attacks of "Iliginsou,
I me uvy cunnponucuii ut ujc uiuuuti
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I A. Herald upon Hon. T. L. Schick,
I da creates only disgust at home wltero
I ,.'Mr. Schick is well kuown. Mr. Howe
I is responsible for the boy's acts, and
. -he caDnot anord to continue uieui
kin "Higg nson will do well to remember
rt,hat Mr. Howe owes his piace on the
; ticket to Mr. Schick s niagnaiumry m
the convention, and that. Mr. Schick
""received neartv 300 more votes in the
nefeount than Mr. Howe. That's the
I in ,way tnese gentlemen Manu at nome.
I When Hush goes for a fe;lw he
"trows and whene sticks to a friend he
He-: The Editorial Asseciation like the
i 'B-btaer bodies that have met at Lincoln
suggests and asks for some changes in
irrss.lie present laws, nonces on Iejral
kle tai. Like all th'r,r so called laws
tbat is preseut sysVm is f"l! f conflict
case itrfees,jie ,f miMica ion ami ovf
I ' Among the surprises of the meeting
iir rvirrpll's ioein which was
f eally poetry, for a fact, and of a high
LJ Wp think every one was surprised
Leehatwebjid 60 much poetical devel-
S.u.o Olee Cltnnz us and Mr.; C. tray
tarslaad. ef a hlid himself and the pro-
' )!; Mestjm.gr in Us production.
ttjon t-nua p
uuriLj the Ida
. Senatorial, matters it dees
seem as if it were not a healthy state of
affairs politically when so many mem
bers did not know whom they wnntid
to vote for, or had no fixed id ia about
the best man to represent the state.
There ought to be a positive convic
tion, it seems to us, in most men's
minds anyway, as to the fittest man,
for reasons outside and independent
of personal aggrandizement. The
number who had this feeling in this
legislature previous to the election
seemed very small, or else they lied to
their constituents. We cannot see
the propriety either of a Senator or
representative placing himself on a
pe.lestal of inapproachability on
important a matter. His constituents
have :f right to know whom he intends
to vote for, and place iu so high and
so honorable a position. We thought
we (the people) sent these people
te Lincoln to speak for us but they
seem to think, at least a portion of
them, that they have been given our
rates to go there and barter and dick
er for their own advancement and the
people have no right to ask questions
or inquire as to their intentions.
It is a bad sign, we repeat, when so
large a portion ef the legislature evi
dently endeavored to conceal their
real intentions so closely, and veil the
course of their proceedings in deep and
mouthing secresy. No good can come
f it, and n good to the state will en
sue. They should have come out like
men, tld us their candidates so we
might judge of the!r fitness or unfit
ness. It may, by a trade profit a man
for a moment but in the great hereaf
ter the people will remember and re
sent this double dealing and slyness.
The revival of the Franking privi
lege is again agitating Congress ami
Senator Edmunds is reported as Bay
ing that communication between the
representative and his constitu uts
cannot be too free and that it was
abolished because some newsptpers
bought that a free communication be
tween the two would decrease their
circulation. Jt an nonsense we eer
heard this takes the lead, a. id from
Edmunds! The facts are, the people
never really objected very strongly to
tUe Frank of Senators and representa
tives when used to infoiin their con
stituents on public matter:, or for real
public business, but when, as it became
well Known, this privilege was abused
by Congress, and all private coire-m-m-
dence, political plots and even clothes,
washing and all sorts f packages were
franked through the mails by the Hon
orable gentlemen, we who have to pay
postage did object and do still.
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The Slate Historical Society holds
as part or its woik auu onjeci inn
meeting of its members and others at
various points in the State to encour
age, and bring forth the thoughts and
wolds and knowledge of the older
settlers, that it may gather .historical
data and information valuable to the
State. The May meeting is in Omaha,
the July one at Nebraska City and the
fall or October meeeting at Platls
mouth. We give this early notice
that our people may be prepared.
We can make it a very interesting
occasion if we try olid we want every
old settler to be thinking hi "thinks"
and getting himself ready to enjoy a
feast of memories
and a flow of anec-
Tiie Squatter Governor. J. W. Pear-
man, deiiverea a very numorous mes
sage last liiursuay evening. mere
were maiiv good hies. To show his
idea of proper expenses and economy
we give his terms for appropriations
for the next term :
Having some idea of the amount it
requires to make our state institutions
"blossom as the rose, I present here
with a few figures for your consider
Fur ..ew Canitnl Wine S3.v is
Kalsomii.ing State rtouril of At it-ultUie 10 imi
M::te Agricultural F;Wm :t too
LawjerV fees iu Supreme Court ft Oim
Eviienes III Olive ease I second tilite).... 10 d:0
I raveliiiK expenses lor State Janlior '.' "'o
Spoils anl tliiui;" 0(
t'at. U. liawes was ciiosen next ijov-
ernor of the (m)asses and delivered an
inaugural Monday night, or was to.
The following is the form f
Amendment the Temperance people
will offer, for the acceptance of the
Legislature, we understand:
Sec. 1- The mantifactme and sale
of all intoxicating liijimrs is forever
prohibited within this State, except
for medicial, mechanical and soientilic
purposes; and the legislature shall en
force tkis provision by sufficient pen
alties. Sec. 2. The manufacture and sale
of intoxicating liquors for the pur
poses excepted in the pieced ng sec
tion shall be regulated by law.
To offset the remarrs(?) of lle-v.
Mori is, as they call him, a writer in
the State Journal gives the bright side
t-f Senator Paddock's career, in which
he shows that the Senator has intro
duced many bills of importance, made
speeches of "research and information"
on agriculture ami other matters and
participated in debates 300 times with
credit to himself and the state.
Sunday is rather a dull day now in
Lincoln, on! committees, clerks, &c,
remained last week. Many suppose
great loss occurs to the State by the
adjournment of the Legislature over
Sunday ; such is not the case, as iu fact
it often expedites business; then
they get a chance to see their "constits"
and get cussed if things don't go to
The State Bar Association held their
Annual MfPting last week. Gen. Man
derson presided, asid lion. T. M. Mar
quett delivered ths annual address.
Subjeci; "The Place of the Advocate
in the American Sjsteni." A large au
dience, ii. spile of (he bad weather, at
tended, and gave Mr. Marquett a
hearty welcome and great praise for
the manner and matter of his address.
CORRELL. the poet laureate of Ne
braska, has introduced a bill for qual
suffrage (H. It. 54) that is to say for
men and women, both, to vore of like
age nnd capacities.
pegHMis and Farnasuw! What lb'
apo.lo a e we coining to. Don't, Mr.
Poe". Cot rail us together.
The Commissioners met las: Tues
day and made the annual levy for the
year, the details of which will be
given as soon as they are ready for
The total amouut provided for is
The Comroissioners Proceedin-iS
tbia month will appear next week.
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Contested Cast's Kcttied.
FIRST TOTfc ON C. S. SI-NATO R.
4 No Election as let.
Lincoln, Jan. 17.
1 was laid tip two davs last week,
sick, and sick at Lincoln, in the Com
mercial, with that crowd sni ping back
and forth, is a fate no one need envy.
On Friday nigh', there was a young
folks' masquerade party, and Mr.
I in h off brought two of the young gen
tlemen in to show their costumes,
which were odd enough.. We never
could have recognized his son iu one
The plan of holding the joint con
vention in the Opera House was
concurred in by the Senate.
In reading bill after bill, lately, to
amend, alter, repeal and change laws,
rates, times of holding elections, differ
ent modes of procedure, I could not
help thinking what a useless job the
attempt at codifying our laws was.
When this legislature is through there
will be a mass of useless verbiage and
repealed and annulled clauses to look
through worse than before. Instead of
having one book in a respectable com
pass to refer t as the statutes of Ne
braska, we shall have three wr four,
and none of them correct, or contain
ing the current laws as in force. Sev
eral thousand dollars were wastd in
All we ever said in regard to last
legislature's laws, al! the harshest crit
ic ever said, seems more that: verified
already, if the bills offered so far can
be taken as a criterion. They are al
most entirely annulling, repealing,
amending existing statutes, or suppos
ed statutes, and nearly every interest
in the State is complaining of some
grievance or some oversight, and hold
ing conventions to surest alterations.
In this me'ee the present legislature
warns to keep cool heads and examine
well a'l that comes before them, if it
takes sixty or more days to do it in.
So much interlining, as one m iy say
cutting and carving of laws and piec
ing and dovetailing of parts, there
must be confusion, and many emus
and conflicting clauses will arise.
All need to be examined carefully,
with deliberation, for the people will
not again overlook the chaos of past
work, and kindly return members who
have had a hand, or a voice rather, in
producing results that cause confusion
for jears to come, or valuable time to
repeal and amend.
Tuesday, Jan. 18.
Tuesday, the day set apart by U. S.
law for the first ballot on TJ. S. Sena
tor, opened clear and lively, although
many an anxious heart beat faster as
the hour drew near that would open
the mouth of the self-sealed servant of
the people ( V) in House and Senate.
The morning was taken up iu trying
to settle the contested case of Daily
vs Cari igan. Daily (Iiep.) was finally
admitted by a vote of 48 to ;:1 -
ix the senate
they were doing the same thing in the
Wells-Jones case, that is, trying to gel
their men stilted before the vote for
Senator commenced, It resulted here
in suiting Mr. Wells, only three vot
ing in the negative Doom (Dem.),
VanWyck and, we are sorry tos.iv, Mr.
Tefft. of Cass.
These proceedings occupied so much
of the day. that the vote for Senator
Wiis not reached in the Senate nulil ii
p. in., and in the House at o. It stood
IN THE SENATE:
For Senator Paddock Baker. Evans,
Hairinglou, Morse, Myers, Peikin,
Smith, Turner,- Wells, White, Zehi uug
For Dundy Daih, Ervin and Pow
ers 'A votes.
For VanWyck Cady, Tayl r and
Tefft 3 x o; es.
For Wakelv idem.) Doane, Graham
ami Howe 3 votes.
For Mason Gere and Pierce 2
For Post Burns, of York, and Dins- i
more 2 voles.
For Nance Burns of Dodge 1 vote
For Tefft VanWyck.
IN THE HOUSE.
For Paddock Ayer. Baldwin, Bolln,
Brown. -rook, Filley, Frederick, Fried,
Helms. Jackson of Dougias, .Kempton,
King. Kvner, Lamb. McClure, McDou-
gai, Aicrniinon, ancKey, Mullen, i'cter-
son, Putney, Beed, Schick, Scott, Sears,
Silver. Wells, Hyatt. 28 votes.
For VanWyck Bailey, Bick, C.ise,
Howe, Laughlin, Moora of Otoe. Over
ton. Perry, hansom, Root, Sprick. 11
For Weaver Rahcock, Cole, Correll,
Dowty. Gray, Heacock, Jacks.n of
Pawnee, Kaiey, Kloepfel, Linn and
Slocumb. 11 votes.
For Dundv Bartlett, Broatch Car-
ni:m llew. flail. Iletmer. Hevnian anil
wi,,, ii.-..., s tiu
Wiiiilliam S vulits
Por ..im tl.luitl Tli-iile fl ntU-.tm
Jensen, Johnson, McClure, Medium,
Wlieiloii. 8 votes.
For YVakelry (deni.) Franse, Gates,
Hollmann, McSliane, Pax; on, Watts,
Ziegler. 7 votes.
Fur I'ost Ilostetter, Moore of York,
Robert, 6ill, Wiiljinj;, Wil-sey and Mr.
Speaker. 7 vote.
For Mamlerson II err ma nn.
For Nance -Catlin.
For Kiiley Mnnt joiner-.
For Ireland Lehman.
For Laird Jones.
Post : 0
Kaley. Ireland and Laird one vote
rach in tlie House, and Tefft one (his
eliiimmy, VanWyel',) in the Senate.
The joint ballot of both houses will
be taLen Wednesday, in the Opera j
House, mid, if ;ii!muni.-ed in time, i iii
be given in this paper.
The friends of Mr. I ad. lock am dis
appointed, they expecting over forty
votes, in fact, counting him at forty
five. Weaver is making a big effort,
and may be the coining man.
Weuxlsday. Jan. 19th.
Two ballots ttwlay, last, as follows:
Pidd- i-k. House 2d. Semite 12; Weaver,
liaiivi 3; V.tnWxek. 11 and 4; Dutidi,
10 and 3; M isoi., 7 ami 1 ; Po.st C ai.d
3: Kinney, 5 flint 1; Nance. 1 and 1;
Ireland 1 ; und Manderson 1; Laird 1;
K A'.-y 1 ; i fft 1. W. B. H.
Li.Ni.oLX, Jan. 20.
Joint convention vottl seven times
and adjourned. Seventh ballot
Paddock 3S. VanWyck 15, Weaver
IT), Dundy Io, Post 8, Jlasoa 7, Kin
ney 7. Nauce 3. Kalev '2. Manderson
1, Ireland 1, Lai til 1 Tctlt 2. Will
jirouaDiy elect man to rnorrow.
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.HOW THEY TREATED
HON. F. 3.1
Ife Gets a R:meii;brnnre.
Hon. Frank Davis, for the past four
years Land Commissioner of the state
of Nebraska, was agreeably surprised
Just. before his term of office expired,
when he walked into his office at the
State IIous and found his private of
fice besieged with a score or two of
his warm, personal friends. In one
corner of the room, caret tilly covered
up. so 'hat it might not be seen, was
in elegant easy ch.iir, valued at S40.
After Mr. Davis had recovered from
his surprise at finding so winy of his
friends present at the same time. Ma
jor Marley arose, and. uncovering the
chair, remarked in touchirg language
that it was a present from I'rof. Gilh s
pip. fthp Deaf and Dumb Asylum,
Prof. ParmeW. of the Blind Asylum,
C. J. Nobps. Warden of the penitentia
ry, L. F. Taylor, steward of the Insane
Hospital and the clerical force of the
Commissioners office, as a slight token
of their love and esteem.
Mr. Davis was bewildered for a few
moments and a silent tear was seen
coursinar lown his cheek; but he re
covered bis composure, and in a few
words thanked his friends for their
Capt. Paine tol 1 113 this story and
the Captain was tickled to death too,
over it and well he might be, for no
kinder "chief" is ever found than Mr.
DavN, and no better official has ever
graced a Nebraska State department.
We believe all the above but that tear,
we believe Cap. put that in. Never
saw Davis err a word in our life.
STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
'Il-e tmni.il Sleeliiigor the Society
t!.e I'ni versify the 1 1 111.
The annual meeting of the State
Historical society was held in the
chapel of the University. President
B. W. Furnas, in the chair. Among
the members present, we noticed Hon.
James M. Wool worth, of Omaha. Hon. ;
Lorenso Crounse, Ft. Calhoun, Profes- j
sors Samuel Aughey ami Church, of j
Lincoln, Hon. Moses Stocking. Dr. !
Childs and -I. A. MacMurphy.of Plaits- ;
month, J. 1 . Aran, of ( maha. and ctl- j j
ers. secretary AUgney present en I; is !
annu-il report, showing tin? receipts of '
over 800 pamphlets published by the I
For the proti.-r cart and pies- ;
ervation or the valuable mtt'ter re-:
ceived there was a necessity of proper j
cases. Dining the past year he had
written over 'O'.l letters on matters i
connected w ith the work of the soci-I
et?: '.. . I
. . usoii, the treasurer, pre
spifei! Iw rtoiiii't lirv i 11 t t ructii Mt
and expenditures for the past year. -School Districts and district meet-
The committee on Historical block ! nig Lewtll. 1 nre, Lewis,
made a report through Mr. Woolworth, I District officers, their powers and
reciting the donation of the block bv ! outies -Barrett, t rothers. Messinger.
the legislature of 1807. and subseque.."- County superintendents, state su
lly. 1ST.-., the legislature gave the same perint-ndeiit Points, Ewmg, Thomp
to the city of Lincoln. so , tn . . . ........ .
Mr. Woolivorth offered the follow-1
ing resolution, w hich was adopted:
Besolved. That a committee be ap
pointed and requested to apply to the
legislature for an act recognizing this
soc.ety as an instiutiou f the state,
and that. the president of this society
annually report to the governor the
proceedings and transacsioi s of the
society, including the paper read be
fore it during the preceding year, and
ask publication thereof as a public
J. A. MacMurphv, Hon. L. Crounse.
IIon.J.M. Woolworth, Hon. C. H.
Whedon, and Hon. C. II. Gere were
appointed such committee, and Hon.
J. M. Woolworth and J. L. Webster to
confer with the Historical and Libra
ry iissociai ion in regard to the mutual
Mr. Woolworth gave an interesting
description of a tire place and mantel
just elected in his new and elegant
residence in Omaha; in its construc
tion there was used brick from old Fort
Calhoun a piece of spar finely pol
ished, found ninety feet below tliesur
tace of the Missouii liver; a piece of
solid white o.ik, black with age, from
old Fori Kearney, near Nebrasxa City ;
woods from Foit Kearney, once a not
ed landmark of the plains two hun
dred miles wist of here, now passed
Linto history; wood from the first
mast erected at Omaha tor a telegraph
wire across the Missouri liver; wood
trom the tirst and second capitid build
ings of the territory ; wood from ti.e
trading post at Euilevue, where Ike
treaties were made with .the Omah.ts
for the lands now composing Nebraska ;
walnut from the Old Mission House,
the place wheie Gov. Butt organized
thetiiaC territorial organization ; pieces
! of wood from a slump of an old oak
i tree miller which "Cooper's Leather
j Stocking'' died, as described in his
j "Pi airie." Coopei's description ex
I aclly suits the location of I lie old
! Pawnee vi!!:'ie 011 the. s.tutli side til
n.e Piatle. interesting remarks weie!
wadj 011 the hi.-.tor and h-ends of j
this region befo;e white settlement.-, 1
I 1):l,ie by; Messrs. Wool worth, j
(Yotiiise and J. T. Allan.
The officers re-elected to si rve anoth
er year were: R. W. Furnas, president;
J. M. Wool won h, first vice president;
Judge Dundy, second vice president;
Samuel Aughey, secretary; W. W.
Ti.e .soci. tv then took a recess until
7:tj0 p. m., to listen to historical ad
dress bv Dr. Childs. ol Plattsncinth.
KV EX I XI MEETIX15.
7.--30 p. in., the society listened to
! ii very iiitnestinc address of I'ruf
, Cl.iills, Oil Hie "G
Id Fever of ls4!l.
and its infliiei.to on Nebraska. We j
will not edcavi r to ;;ive a synopsis, jis j
we shall publish it iu full at ;ui eariv i
The Apiil uieelinu- is placed at Ne-j
bra.-ika Citj . ami an in vi. a. ion to the!
Hon. J. Sterliiiir Morton to address ti e '
In .) i;ly i lie rneei ing will he held at
Omaha, una a hiiiiilar invitation to
Hon. A J. Poppletoii.
The October meeting at PI ilts-
Adjourned to meet tit call of presi
dent, in April at Nebraska City.
The Mate Board of Aricult ni-e
Met on Tuesday at Lincoln with a
larger attendace than usual."
Mrs. Hiittetibchder, of the Osceola
Record and Secretary of tlie Polk Co.
Society, was present ami a note made
thereof, as she is the first lady repre
sentative of a County Agricultural
Society known iu the State.
It has been known for sometime
that quite an angry It eling ha arisen
about officers, and that an especial light
hail been made on our townsman, 1). II.
Wheeler, for Secretary.
When the election of officers arrived
Martin Dunhan declined a lt-n. mi 'na
tion for President, saying he had icrv
d four terms.
J. T. Cl.irksou of Schuyler, was elect
D. II. Wheeler and J. C. MclJride
were put iu nomination for Secreta
ries. Mr. Mclii ide was elected by a
vw.e of twenty-nine to twenty-four.
The election was made unanimous
on the motion of Judge Kinney.
Major has made an excellent, hard
working Secretary for years, and it
will be hard to better his place in ca
pacity and long acquaintance with the
details of Agi M-uHural Sodieties. Our
friend Mcliride is young, vigorous and
ambitious, and has long suuzht the
I.laee. Tim- will ,,!! l,i. .1.-
... t.-14 " iici.in nit-
move has Leea for the best or not.
Th Nebraska State Editorial Associa-
j Met at the Comtnen ial Hotel, Wednes
! day. January 12. ls31 ; President Gere
in the chair. -
J. A. Mat-Murphy was ele'.-ted secre
tary pro tern., in the absence of Wells,
The minutes of last meeting were
read and nppiowd.
Mr. Moore, treasurer, reported the
astonishing faci that there were 7.50
in the treasury.
A letter from Mr. Michael, orator,
was read, saying that he was sick, and
could not deliver an address.
In consequence mf Mr. Correll, the
poet, being in the legislature, and ex
cused for this afternoon, it was moved
that other business be dispensed with,
and Mr. Correll read his poem to the
association at once.
The poem was fead'; nd very highly
A committee of three was appointed
on publication of the orations, poems,
Said committee were Busline!!, Wil
liams and Eatnn.
New members were now received as
follows: Messrs. L. B Filiehl, C. W.
Po.!, Mr. and Mrs. Bitlenbender, Mr.
and Mrs. L. B Cunningham, George II
Wool man and J. C McKesson.
Thi; election of officers resulted as
President, M A. Brown,; vice presi
dent. E. M. Correll; secretary, A. E.
Cady; treasurei, Geo. B. Moere.
Prof. A. D. Williams was elected ir
ntor for the ensuing year, and Mis.
The executive committee was in
structed to arrange for an excursion
in May next.
A committee of five was appointed
o- legislation, as follows: Messrs.
Evans. Eaton, MacMurphy, Slaughter
A long debate on the uatuie of the
legislation contemplated and the du
ties of the committee follov ed.
Owing to the absence of Mr. Michael
it was thought best lo hold no public
meet i:ig at present, and the association
adjourned to meet at the call of the
president. M. A. Brown. Prest.
.1. A. MacMurphy, Sec. pro lem.
On School Laws.
The county Superintendents and
Principals of High Schools held a con
vcn.ion at Lincoln llth-13th. Supt.
ones was Chairman and Mallalien of
Buffalo Secretary. The object of tho
meeting was to revise the School laws
and suggest remedies for their present
Prof. Love of Plattstnoulh attended
with a number of other piincipals
I and Superintendents
J The following Committees were ap
1 pointed :
1..L-'L"5'.S i4''u '. . " 13 "nutUl"
naiiey, .Miss jveitn, uowers,
Scoool house sites and school funds
Dixon, Beach, Cowles.
Stale normal schools and schools in
cities McKenzie, Love, Smith.
On text books Barrett, Drummond
True. Messinger, Points.
On 1 evolutions-Co wlrs, Olmsted,
Merritt. Piper, Wooley.
Committee to confer with house
committee on common scnools, New
ttll, of Clay ; True of Crete; Thompson,
of Lincoln v Mallalien, of Buffalo;
Messinger, of Seward.
To confer with senate committee on
education: Points, of Douglas; Smith,
of Saunders; Love, of Plafisinouth ;
Drummond, of Fremont, and McKen
zie of Peru.
The Apportionment Cill. .
'I he apportionment bill, introduced
by Mr. Cox, fixes the nu b r of repre
sentatives at o01, and apportions them
among the states s follows: Alabama
8, Arkansas 5, California 3, Colorado 1,
Connecticut 4, Delaware 1, Florida 1,
Georgia U. Illinois 19, Indiana 12, Iowa
10, Kansas 0, Kentucky 10, Louisiana
0, Maine 4, Maryland 0, M iss chuseits
11, Michigan 10, Minnesota 5, Missis
sippi 7, Missouri 13, Nebraska 3, Neva
da 1, New Hampshire 2, New Jersey 7,
New Yoik 31, North Carolina 8. Ohio
13, Oregon 1, Pennsylvania 2t', Rhode
Island 2, South Carolina 6. Tennessee
U, Texas 10, Vermont 2. Virginia 0,
West Yirgiiiia.4, anil Wisconsin 8.
As compared with the present, num
ber of uo-mbers, this bill will in;:k" the
following losses and gains: Arkansas,
California. Iowa. Michigan, Mississip
pi. South Carolina nnd West Virginia
gain 1 each, Kansas gains 3, Texas 4,
Mii-nerof a and Nebraska gaii5 each.
Peuiis.i 1 v.uii:'. Ohio, New II impshire,
Maine, Tennessee, Indiana. Fioi ida and
Vermont l-se 1, and New York loses 2.
While oar S?:i itorinl contest is go
ing on, a bill is again being introduced
in Congre s provi-IiHg that 17. S Sena
tors shall b elected by the people of
the State instead of the legislature. So
get all you can out of ir, gentlemen,
there i3 a bare chance yon may not
have iiil this scrabbling and scrambling
in another legislature.
Prof. Tice's Almanac for 1S81 is out.
; Besides tlie usual Almanac matter, il I
( contains the ForecasTs of the we.ulier; '
: their vvotiilerl'nl v'u-iiira: inns in 1 S!l-
i .. t(, ,.uui jmainst Ii-zlitnii-.fr- when 1
; j it is unsafe to enU r dt?)t wells, mines, 1
Sze ., liow to bake and roast; cmsc of j
biicht in fruit tiees, a-id much ot her-j
valmib'.e matter. Altogether the :
present, surpasses any former issue in
prti tical intormati..n
For s i'.n))Ie -oi.y and terms to the
trade, send '20 cents to
Thompson. Tick & Lillixgtox,
520 Pin- Stre. t. t. Louis, M
Diil yon ever know any person to be
ill wilhout iniciion of the stomach
Liver and Kidnevs, or did vim ever
know one who wits well when either
was obstruc ed or inactive; ami did
you ever know or hear of any case of
the kind that Hop Hitters would not
cure? Ask your neighbor this same
, fJlt VIN AM) PliODFC E.
Jan. 13. lssl
M heat. No.'i..
Corn. ear. . ..
P.arlev. No. .
li ve. ."
.3 TV:-1 0O
NEW VOlt'v MAHEETS.
Xp-w York. Jan. 19, lssl.
Money SI Ta$. 1st.
Kye ... ... .
Chicago. Jan. 19.
Flour -I ."SO tf.5 on
P-aiic ". . . . 1 0i
! fTo?, ahiprdrig
?1 65-T-S4 05
4 ot 'gls no
A certain cart for JJervoi:
Debility, Seminal Wear
n - s T T r- -i-;v.
ness, impotence, etc-
inusumea dckk oi ou Mres EiViui? it! I n
,--tl2Llwl-'uwtn-eI,t- pent free, Adu.-.
-ery good Library Socie-
"Dur . Sunjjcraucc Sckmit.'
FOt rpr y thk woman s cnnisTiA Tt.i
PKBAXCJC VNIOX. .. .
'For God. anil 1 oiiip, and Native Laud."
Mrs. M. B. Ilolyoke. a lady who has
been for many years actively engaged
in temperance work and who for sev
eral years held the position of Corre
sponding Secretary and Stnte Lectur
er, for the Illinois W. CVT. U. will
lecture in. Piattsmoulh commencing
Sabbath evening. Jan. 30ih. The W.
C. T. U. of this city feel assured that
in securing this I.idv whose work hits
stiiod the test of years and is endorsed
by Mrs. Witteumeyer, Miss Willard
and many others iu the fix states ;i
which she has labored ; they are ren
dering a maiked service to the tem
Many of our good citizens who are
in itt least partial sympathy with the
prohibition movement tire honestly
asking iiovv oti municipal expenses
iire to be met without the revenue
from saloons. To such we commend
the following article from the late seat
of war; but where the battle was
fought three years ago, and conse
quently where they are able to speak
advisedly of the result.
REVENUE WlUiUL'r SALOONS.
A Kansas Town which Flourishes with
out hisky How -shall tke Police
i;-u;t Lie .-sustained'
To the Editor utthe Journal.
Ill tho "Kansas Kernels" of your
Sunday paper the H ichita Eagle is
quoted as stating that "wiiat is more
particularly racking the brain of the
average corporation statesman just
now iu Kansas is the peiplexing piob
leiu of how to maintain a city organ
ization wilhout any revenues. The
adoptiou of the prohibition amend
ment cuts off completely the piiucipal
source, from wliicn was paid city offi
cers, police force anil city improve
ments," Ottawa h;ts been wilhout the reve
nue lrom saloon licenses for about
three year. Our city council have no
occasion to tret about this supposed
loss of revenue. Our city finances
were never in as good shape es now.
There has been less borrowing and less
trouble about city expenses that usu
al. This is the simple fact. It can
a. so be stated, that our town never
was improving so rapidly or gave so
many evidences of genuine prosperity
as timing these thiee years wbhont
sai oris. No one claims that all o r
p osperity comes from the fiut tkat
We have no whisky shops under city
authority, but it proves very certainly
that a town is far better off w ithout
saloons, revenue and all, than with
them. He.e we have a busy, flour
ishing and beautiful city of ovet 4,000
inhabitants. In the past three months
with thiee strict officers, we have had
seve:.teen (17, cases in the police
court, five of these were for drunken
ness and the others were for such
charges as shooting a dog, letting
chickens in a neighbor's garden, carry
ing co.icealed weapons, with three
casus of assault. From October 22d
to December 7th there was but one
pers n convicted of crime before the
court. Police Judge Nugent declares
that "by closing the saloons we have
killed the goose that lays golden eggs
for the police curts."
He claims that the real problem
here is, 'how shall the police court be
During the past three months, ia
spite of the smldeu and early cold
weather which surprised so many
people and found them w ithout fuel,
there have been but fifteen applicants
for public charity. Two of these were
western families moving through here
two of them persons who had been
long sick, and the balance asking for a
little fuel and other ti mpoiary help.
It is a fact of some interest that, w hile
we have over 150 exocusters, but
one of them has asked for help this
winter. We have had no occasion to
form our regular relief committees In
our churches and, all poor help has
been given tl rough the mayor. We
should be glad to compare these fig
ures with towns that have saloons
in full blast. It woul seem that
crime arid pauperism in this commun
ity are .about at the mimimum. W
believe that the saving of a large pro
portion of the expenditure for intoxi
cating liquor, with the consequent
saving of expense its to criminals and
paupers, will Much more than make
good iili that saloons pay for license.
L should not be forgotten that the
prohibitory amendment involves -a
wo"Urful revolution in regard to the
great traffic, and some fries ion and
confusion will naturally be expected
r.i getting the changes made. It will
otily be a matter of time until tin en
tire state will share in ttie blessings
of this beniiicent legislation.
1). C. MlI.NKlt.
Ottawa, Ka8.. Dec. 21.
What ;i beautiful example of con
sistency is a License Law! Men buy
t he 1 ight to set up shops for the sale
of poison. The municipality takes
their money and gives them the auth
orized right. The effect of the poison
is to make ir.en lose control of their
bodies and reel and fill I prone in the
street : t inflame their passion ami
set hem to quarrel in-;, tli-litins; and
But the moment the ilium seller has
prsvailed upon a ni.in to drink stiffl-
cient of his poTsoti to ::ffect him. and
ho reels, falls, quarrels or fiohts. the
same law whicli authorizes the sale
; and so the effect, pounces upon the j
poor victim and Handcuffs lntn.jiigs
liim, penitentiaries him.
j Loiiical' isn't it ?
j Sell a man snuff and tine him for
Give him ai: emetic and imprison
him for feeling sick '
Poison him by law and go for him
if he allows I he poison to work in his
veins! I5eant i f til License Law.
Hoys anil Tobacco.
Physicians are well rgreed that the
use of tobacco by grown g boys is full
of danger. Ue-.-ent investigations, es
pecially in France, have demonstrated
that a whole tram of nervous diseases
are to he traced to this practice. If
you want to stop growing, if you
Wiini t-i have a set ef nerves that are
like those of the invalid old lady, if
you wish to look sallow and puny. I
do not know bi tter way than t .smoke
tobacco. It will make a drain on your
nervous system which will be sure to
tell after awhile. Let us hope that if
ii thousand boys read this, some of
them wi!l be saved forming a tllihy
habit which most men regret. F,.
Cauuu t'arrar on Personal LPirrly.
"Do not let us be frighi t-ned from
the clear imperative path of nation
al duty by the bugbear of violated
liberty. TIih mnlh i not irce which
is only fi ee ta plunge into defiant.
The ship i3 nnt free which is only free
to run sfaiiilit upon the i.on siioie ii
t; e fury of th storm, with no hand
of the steersman upon her htlm. If
freedom is to ! another name for
89,0(10 public houses; for 39.600 be-T
shops; for 1,537.G.6 persons arrested
for drunkenness and disorder in ten
yrars; for ioo.42i cases of assiult in i
one year, of which 2.730 were aggra- I
! vated assaults on women and chil-
! dren for 1Q.3 J3 women drunk and i
disorderly in Londen alone last year
and these are but items in the hideous
total of such a freedom if freedom
is to hear the wail of myriads of jav
ag beasts, myriads of desolated
homes, then in heaven's name let us
I have instead of it the benificent
bondage of virtue, the. salutarv re-
Rtrainf. tif Christian
.(Ti! jTjfjn rojii
i.uiu lie. , :.a i ...i,
" .- .rs I. .!- n-i.! rt'i-n.
o:.l: aa-t trx-n. n.-etotn-r iii"
longevity uisro.isona!Ie, they tumeil him
over V the vruiioier. II-- is now 102.
A Grand Reputation.
.Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure has reached a reputation that is
not limited by the confines of section
or country. There are no injurious
substances, nor false or temporary
stimulants iu the preparation. It is
purely vegetable, and compounded un
der a formula that lias piissed severe
tests, and won endorsements from
some of 1 he highest medical talent in
the country. New York World. 34tl3
3TOXA HCIf BILLIARD HALL!
Iu the basement of Merges Store,
PLATTSMolTII, - - - NEBRASKA.
One dne.r east of lk P. O.
Rooms Newly Fitted up With
Cigars & Temprranca Brinks
On hund ai the counter.
It in a wide i-.nd spacious ll.i'.l ; plenty of room
fur hiyers .ud seats fur visitors.
Et. Olivkii. P. IS. Ml ltfllY.
Maiintror. Htf l'roj.
once more tomes forward w it Ii an cut re new
Slock of tlie finest Piece ttmnts ever brought
into l'l:itiiiioiitli ! !
EVEBY CAKMEXT CUT IS
WARRANTED to FIT
Hundreds g- there and they are
-4, UMTS SUITED.
Slio; oxi-i'e t:se Conit llnuse. Give him a
fail and examine for ourselven. 48tf
swy, c Ann i ao i? snd orxa
ME XT A L PA TX TEli,
Shop over the Brick Block next ti
The Most Successful Remedy ever disenvered !
as it is certain Iu lis effect and does imt blis- I
ter. Also excellent for html. ill flesh. ItKA 1 '
l'KOOK 11EI.ONV. j
From a Prominent Physician:
Waxhinstonville, Ohio. June Kill, lSst). j
IK. ll. J. Kkndaix A Co.. C.eut.-' : liradin
vour ailven isement in Turf. Field kimI Farm, of
Kendall's Spavin Cure, and having a valuable j
and prrdy Horse ohich had been Lain- from j
pavin eighteen niont lis. 1 cent to you for a)
bolt e by express, which in fix week's removed
all lameness and enlai vement and a lar(-- splint '
fr.mi another horse, and both horses are to-dav j
as sound colt. The one bottle was worth to
ii e one hundred dollars.
liespeetfiillv yours ll. A. Ukktoi.i.kv. M. I. j
Semi for illustrated circular ttivin Positive
Proof. Price SI. All druuirists have it or can I
get it. for you. Ir B. J. Kendall & Co.. propri
etors Enoslmr-!i Falls. Vermont.
(Lite (Offivuil Jiipvr
OF THE OOFNTY
(1851 1 we .shall offer very low dub
rates on t..e Vu-st pajiers ami
mii'iazii.es in tlio Union.
AVe shall also publish a nil issue a
ICaiKlsoiE-cIy Illusti at( i
I iieraicL imanac
for each of our subscribers, at Christ
Ami tri and piak-j thepapt-r
BETTER AUD STRONGER
lullci of JSTews
yoitr'ri' :td In yice us a lift
The More Help We
Getf the Betler
J. A. MacMurphy
SUBSCRIFTI01T .PRICE :
$2.00 a Year.
anyway, jl'lease senu us roB
once, and tell your lady IrleiHrV
Collecli, -" to do the came.
, 11 , V't'n, rerf pet 1 u a v.
OTFUL New" f"T Bor nl Clirli!l
Tonn and Old ! ! A KEW I.N-
ENTloN iust iateuted fur tbmn.
i:''5r OT Home u !-
. I Frrt nd Scroll tawta. Tornln?,
' rl Donnir, J.-TlllinfrinuinKt tuiifiiiixiKj
I Screw Ciittiiie. 1'rice 15 to I'X).
L. It r.nrt - f,. 1 1 H) m it...
KTHRAJM Ii&OWN, Lowell, Uau.
GEO ICG IS RBGKKTON. j
Wings, Liqu rs;
Main Street, opposite the Court Ib'tine.
This place Is just opened, uric. i!ninl p'.om of;
hllkimH. We want to keep a pond hoii and
plr:ie our cii'tiitacr. i
RE ME MP. PR Til I H. Hit 1
E. G. Dovey & Son
17' Till! OLD ST AX P.
Still find tlieim-elro at h"ia
Fanm-is ami all their
to ( li s 'i;n:y
JJ'c hnri' (fti.-s U'inttr our its- ;
itnl full aii'l lr,;i-r h'h'H of
iihks t liit ii, n hop, en r
frr. .4.' the y mirth ' the
ciiin') i hns n't m?)i(rtl fi;ryr j
fttttfkn. Hint of a h'ttcr c'tixs, i"v
linrf t h'iiiivurnf to tnr'tj':'it j
at-mil Hit. In I
Hats, Cass, Glov:sf UitUns j
Jar W'inUr iftiir, ire harv it I
iiry? end n;i ! I tisyit tin- nt i-.t ,
rcdin iil ritin. j
of tiV kiwi. VriKs Trim mi iijs i
of thf b.itist ftlijli.-t. Buttons in J
tmllrss raritty. Our line of j
is ixiiitliii'jly Inrye, ami in
think in 11 s-iu t"l. j
LAWKS Midi's. MEN'S AMI l'OV.S ItOOl S
AM silOKS, CSIll.WtKX'S AM)
to suit nil penph' v. tiil till pitr.it s.
A very f;:l! It no f
UI.ANMYV.tlt!-' AM NT(IKIVAH.
wltii ll vtm nill-l see In select fnil1..
Sn!irS of s-andai.l jrra"!.-.
fjlgjjj ofthe fine-t iicalides, -rlei ii'd b;. oar-
ofmar.v brami-". eieel:illy our ov n
IlliUlo brain: of n;i:
ii i. i i n ri i- k -1
1 ll a:nl . before
railed the ! LUlt Jl " I:.
liun-ha-ii R i l-cA in i -e.
DnCi FrTliiS orali l.iiMl-. fre-h nnd sweet.
Fresh Crackers a Specialty, i
CANNED C.OtiDS from .pmrteis. Very Iir ? !
i. animiaa khiho.
GltEF.N WlNTEit APPLES
by I he barrel or bu-lie-..
In all these blanches we i-lia'l en
ileavor Id si ll is luir iii nnu n,ir. and
as is p isslhie to do a sol Mi i;t si
nks. Wo Invite atlei. lion and will
show nil t na: call our uoods. Don't
be afraid to as! forwliat youwnnl.
and rail i-ftru and early,
.!7ii3 E. It. DOVEY . SUN". I'lalt-moiith. Ni ,
GROCERIES OF ALL EIXDS.
Lare stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOKI) OUT AT COTS
iuid in fact everythinn 11 'an cad for In
the line of
CASH PAID FOlt HIDES AND Ft Its.
All kinds of roiiiitty modiice taken In ex
change for guilds.
W. D. JONES,
Siirce-or to Join " lyiic'.v
A fin takes t ha rye of tit r Ol J
Brick Livery Stable.
Pl.ATTSMlll Tfl. -
The old Itonner Str.t.los. in
now- leased by v . 1). .Ion
on hand New and hand'onic
Plat t-imiu; li. aio
-s. and he Ics
in the shape of
HOR E8. CA RR I A G ES, B VUU I FS,
S APPLE HORSES.
I am now prepared in keep HOUSES
FOR SALE" TRADE!!
Train and Ureak Colts
On I'cHft.iiiulile T-;mi.
ALSO Ii KM KM Ii VV,
TliKt whJi plenty of room (that every one
kucw I liavc) ii. my -table. I can tet Fai i.i
er' stock ait'l wagons, loai of hay, Kt. unib-r
cover. liere tin y w ill keep dry.
Thai. iii ia all the old patrons for 'heir liberali
ty. 1 so.ii it their trade fur the future, Kattsli.-d
th. it I can accommodate I hem he; er ;t!:d do
heilei b l hem t hail ever before.
v. r JONES.
Retail Lienor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Billiard Hall and Sal 'ou on Main Si!"
door from Sixth ut NevilirV
BEST It RAX 1S OF CIGARS,
n'TXES, d C.
lleiiiemlx-r The 'a:iic i-.ail 3'!a:-e.
J. G- CHAlYiBEBb,
D Manufacturer o! and Ileal, r in
Manufacturer o! and Heal.
SA DDL ES,
I ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done with Nftatnesl Dispatch.
e only place in town where " Tiirlev's nat
Plit self adjustable, loirse collarsa'e -old "
BLJiCKXM IT IS
All kinds of
FAl.'M IMPLl .MItXTi-
Xtntbj t I'ror.ij.Jp
Horse, Milled Ox SIi;.'i)i:;,
In short, we'll sh'je anything that hur
tour ft et. from a Zebra to a (lirafi'e.
Coiffe and see us.
ii Fi t!i S'
hetv.ee, i Main a
e corner from : h.
. Vic- Sl.e.-t-
n !.w ii it;: i
Sttecesur to Sen i.Ff: r.i. & N 1 KM an. J
Aim ueaiem ia
SMOKEltS' FANCV AltTlCLF.S, SMOKINC.
special BRANDS and i?es cf CIO ARS n:ada to
order, and R.-vtlsfacr.rVMiarantrpd. Ci-rar
clippings sold l
Street, one doiinnf-l PJTtIp
JOHN SHANNON'S V
LIVEHY SALU t- D FEED'
HEARSE VJU HiRALS
I want fill of my io-curils n t . i - I ,i il.i'i-.
:in l I Miail do mi mi re .i ii I.ii-i.h -h. All i.l.l
aivonnlH mie-l In1 rl I !.-il ;m no mm mil-""
'. ill be made. I liters ai ti aci-eiails a re cei I a il V
sIh-i iiv ui-v v. in ne lira
I v. c h In tin .; ; i il l :
til- in f .il ai -t
i. -inn h.
. run -lam i mi
;:r X' it ice
-,:. all k;,.
Repain'jip: of W
XEATL V i:o.VL Civ -.'
tc::xi:p rr i. :;;,
And -'.t.i !'.ic! i- n :.. . ,
J V itl'Cli-li:
l'.iirr!;s I'm. ',
rial ts:i:.;-li il.
:Titi::iH r miller.
i iir.D. !. L.:i.viorr,
tri.iiiu,- ih'Yt' S:tIooii I
Soatti ':'. i':-::nr Man a: it ilti Mi'i'iv
l-Ti ;i 1 ::r t..-a ut
Beer, Viives, Li'iuor.: Ii Cigaii.
. :..'! V..
ruiiit.hi . !"i, p
e.ii.- iill.'iiji'.i 1 I. :..-. Fr.-!i NiiU
Till l i-hril V.I.i I; u. li.ii-. I Jl.
ma en i s-: s ii o rs
l-i. r i sMui in. n sc..
I'.ipaii. l tf Htn.'i.-t l'ir,':'i'S, Ropers.
jc!" mat 1,'iixf .Witii
liAS M uTi'All :Ti't-s;Si.
1 rouuht lion I ' i ; l-n-. ,- l.ifi Pipca. Steam
ia.i.r' Sai'e:v- liiv lien im..i;,ii. all
I.'.. sol .: as I i:-i..i- I u iio-s.
repaired ua sln-rt mi. lr.
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Wholesale and Iti lad f - a:, is in
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