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JPLATTSMOUTII. JUNE 30. 1881.
See Bon'a Ad in the Herald this
week lots of good brick now.
The Fourth of July, and then tbe
great Circus on the ISth.
The Temperance folks have started
a grand army of reform it3eema. Mar
chand. The rain-" Wednesday night cooled
off things from 1003 to 80 or there
abouts. Capt. BevNTox has lately taken
r. "swim" from St. Taul, Minnesota, to
Another little child has been
found fondling a snake and the papers
all head it Tho'rnost IJeautiful Snake
Under the guise of supporting the
administration, the half-breeds are
pushing all the railroad men in the
country to the front, that's all there is
Tuos. Gakfield an uncle of Presi
dent Garfield, eighty years of age, while
crossing the railroad track in hi3 bug
gy was rua over by a passing train
and instantly killed; Mrs. Arnold, a
cousin of the president's, was with him
and was badly injured.
"Wiley Black handed us a paper
last week frith an account of a most
terrific cyclone In Mitsouri on the
13th. north west from St. Joe. Later
accounts state that ndrth west
Missouri seemed afflicted that day,
several terriblo wind storms in differ
ent counties, killing hundreds of cat
tle and destroying many lives. 0
The first train through to Yankton
since the big flood arrived there the
lGth. of June, nearly three months
having elapsed since Yankton had en
joyed railroads or telegraph, the last
train having passed over the road the
2Cth of March. The telegraph was
not repairel yet, and the train was a
surprise to the city.
The barge convention at Council
Bluffs seems to be bearing fruit. The
papers east and west comment on the
same, and it may happen yet before
we die, that barge's will proceed to
travel on the old Muddy from here to
St. Louis, and so 011. The engineers
want ten millions only, to make the
Missouri behave herself. Judging by
the subsidies granted to railroads, if
the contractors steal half of thi. the
remainder may yet benefit the people
or the Missouri Valley some day.
The situation at Albany remains
unchanged as to voting. The Grand
Jury have presented an indictment
against Senator Sessions accused of
trying to bribe Assemblyman Bradley
The vote yesterday stood:
Potter, 49; Coukling, 34; Wheeler;
4ft . n .11 a -w . , -
t-i, ; .oriien, -i ; lapnam, li; i oiger,
lioacb, 1; Crowley, 2.
Depew, 5; Kernan, 49; Piatt, 27
Cornell, 0; Wheeler, 1; Crowley, ti
Lloskins, 1; Lapham, 3; Tremaine, 1.
It must be rcmbmbered that many
members are paired and absent so this
does not show the real vote for each
only the proportion.
Ihuiehy Si t'o's New Unices.
The newspaper advertising agency
of Bauchy & Co., having outgrown
the limits of the office at the corner
or 1 uiton and Church streets, has
ueen removed to 2s o. 21 Park Place
corner of Church stiver. wlirt. th
firm occupios-a floor extending through
the block to Xes. 2-i and 2G Murray
street, a sn.iea about .10 hv 20;) twt
About 50 feet of the Park Place front
is partioned off for the Counting Boom
and Private Office. Beyond, tho wails
;ue cuvereo irom floor to ceiling with
pigeon holes, for files of newspapers
and on one side of the room ;ir r
number of alcoves, furnishing places
for about 8.000 files. Thp Mur
ray street front is given up to the
oiupping ueparcment. .Messrs. Dauchy
& Co. being also manufacturers and
dealers in printers supplies. Xew
j. 01 oria.
LP high in the northern heavens
last Sunday evening a brilliant comet
was visible to whoever might choose
to gaze upon it. Its discovery had
been announced some days previous
but until that time it Lad only been
visible at a very early hour in the
vuusiuerame umerence of opinion
exists among scientists in regard to i
identity. By some it is supposed
oe the comet of 1812, whose period
was cemputed by the astronomer
.Encke to be seventy and seven tenths
-years, which would biing it around
again in 1883. but aa it is very difficult
to compute the period of a ccmet hav
mga very elongated orbit owing
perturbing influences of the planets,
mis may provo to be the identical
fellow. Others think it is that
1807. The majority f astronomers
state that it is travelling away from
the sun at the rate of 300,0' JO mile
uay, out lJrof. Swift of Bochcs
thik it is moving towards the suu.
its tail is supposed to be at least four
mimon miles in length. Reports al
oilier as to the length of time it
bo visible, some say a few weeks, somo
If this is not the comet of 1812
may begin to look for that pretty soon.
ana with two comets in one yer will
certainly not feel any dearth of celes-
For the benefit of those who fear
annihilation from these "Wandering
Jews of the planetary tjtiew, we have
only to call their attention to tha fyct
that comets have come and gone for lo
these 4000 or more years and still we
live; one astrouoaier advances the
theory that our great snows last win
ter and heavy rains this spring were
due to our being enveloped in the tail
of the csmet.
It is perfectly astonishing how the
buildings and other improvements are
going on in I'lattsmouth; especially is
this true of the railroad buildings.
In addition to the very large and sub
stantial brick shops now built, there
is under way and will be completed
in a few weeks buildings equal in
number, size and expense to all that
lave hitherto been built, except oi:j
round house. The Company have ac
quired all the land in the ralley up t
the O'-Neil estate-ami already occupied
the same. Tha ground formerly occu
pied by the stock yards has been need
ed for something else and they have
been moved up to the south end of the
yard, while all tho intermediate space
that a few years ago was cow-pastuie,
and base-ball grounds are now covered
with lumber, cars and buildings. A
new county road running from 15illing3
avenue S. W. to the maiu road, some
where near Doud'a is greatly ueeded.
"While all this is going on our Main
st. and many prominent streets are left
in.a bad shape and car roads in and
about town are simply horrible.
There is not a decent half mile of road
to drivt on within five miles of I'latts
mouth. J. W. Camtbell the well known
correspondent of the Omaha Republi
can was here last week.
Fourth cf July Below.
The citizens of upper Otoe and low
er Cass will hold a grand celebration
the Fourth, at Foster's Grove on the
telegraph road one mile south of the
Weeping Water The Editor has been
cordially invited to attend, but. press
ing business elsewhere that day will
prevent, many thanks, all tho same
The Shu Cholera Medicine.
More than twenty years ago, when
it was found that prevention of chol
era was easier than cure, a prescrip
tion drawn up by eminent doctors was
published in the Sun, and it took the
name, of the Sun cholera medicine.
Gur contemporary -never "lent its
name to a better article. We have
seen it in constant use for nearly two
score years, aud found it to be the best
remedy for looseness of the bowels
ever yet devised.
Xo one who has this by him, and
takes it in time, will ever have the
We commend it to all cur friends.
Even when no cholera is anticipated,
it is an excellent re:-avdy for ordinary
summer complaints, colic, diarrhtsa,
Take equal parts of tincture of Cay
enne pepper, tincture of opium, tinct
ure of ihubarb, essence of peppermint,
and spirits of camphor. Mix well.
Dose, 15 t 30 drops in a little cold
water, according to ago and violence
of symptoms, repeated every fifteen or
twenty nuaui.es until relict is obtain
ed. Journal of Commerce.
Grange Visitor, Mu-h.
Xot long since Senator Gordon of
Georgia resigned, and Senator Brown
was elected in his place. Senator Gor
don became counsel of the railroad of
which senator Brown was l'rcsi lent.
During the Senatorial election last
fall the railroads made a strong effort
and succeeded iu electing the follow
ing monopoly Senators: Sewell of Xew
Jersey, Camden of West Virginia,
Piatt of New l oik, Cameron of Wis
consin and others.
Under the guise of supporting the
administration, the whole strength of
the railroad inteiest is now being put
forth to secure the election of two rail
road Senators from Xew York. The
legislative attorney of the New York
Central Bailroad, Mr. Depew, who ha3
done more, perhaps, than any other
man in the'State to corrupt and de
grade its politics, is already named as
the most pioininent candidate, al
though this may, as in former contests,
be simply to retire at the proper time,
and throw the railroad strength in fa
vor of another less prominent railroad
man. Alliances of all kinds aro sought
by the monopolists; they have but one
standard MVi7 he look after our interests?-
aud they know no party except
as parties serve their purposes. Tha
following from the Albany dispatches
of the Xew York Times of May 19,
tells this fctory;
"A gathering of administration men
and Democrats was held in Senator
Wagner's rooms late in the evening,
and while Senator Robertson's health
was being drank in one room, the list
of men who were willing to pledga
themselves not to support an oppon
ent of the Administration for Senator
lay upon a table in another room ready
to receive new signatures."
Note. Senator Wagner i3 president
of the Vanderbilt palace car company,
and chairman of the committee on
railroads in the New Ycrk State sen
ate. When Hon. Stanley Matthews wa,s
nominated as a judge of the Supremo
Court an almost unanimous protest
came from all parts the country; the
judiciary committee of the Senate,
with tho-exception of a single member
(Senator Lamar cf Mississippi), re
ported the nomination adversely, jet
the monopoly senates, Republican and
Democrat alike, voted solidly for his
confirmation, and he was eoufirraed by
a majority of one rote . A striking in
cident of the struggle was that the
same two prominent journalists (Re
publican And Democratic), who shaped
the two s.atjonal platforms above
noted were among Lis warmest sup
porters. The following pre com
ments are suggestive:
"With the exception of where per
sonal or corporate influences have rul
h3, the press, since the nomination of
Mr. llatthows by President Hayes, has
very generally opposed his elevation
to the bench. What nrv the potent
influences at work which are per
sisleiuly pushing Mr. Matthews' Can
didacy for the supreme bench Y' New
York Daily Graphic. " .
"No man since Taney's tirna has
gone on the bench against so general
popular disapproval, and if Judge
Matthews, like Taney, carries the
opinion which makes him objoction
aclo into 4 decision in the great case
slowly being ju&4s up between the
peopla and the corporations, the peo
ple will reverse Matthew's dccisiOu
they did Taney's. SpringCeld Repuu
lican. -.The proofs might be multiplied in
definitely, but space will not permit.
Ths iJiirpose of this League is to call
public attention to the designs of tho
monopolists upoii the liberties of the
people, and ask all patri&ti? citizens to
raise their voices to prevent tnr r.?
complishment. L. E. Chittexkex, "
President National Anti-Monopoly
TEMPLE OF HONOR.
Synapsis ofthe Proceedings of the Grand
Tho Grand Temple of Temrlars of
ilonorandTemperar.ee of Nebraska,
convened in Templars Hall, Lincoln,
at three o'clock p. m., June 14, and was
opened in due form by W. A. Hosford
G. W.T., with the following officers
present: W. A. Hosford, G. W. T. ; J
E.Morrison, G. W. V.T.; A.H. Bo wen.
G. W. It.: E. M. Bus well, G W. U.; L
P. May, G. W. G.; J. M. Williams, P.
G. W. T.; Ezra M. Buswell, G. W. C.
The committee on credentials re
ported representatives present from
Lincoln Templs Xo. 1, Beatrice Tem
ple No. 4, Plattsmouth Temple Xo. 15,
Brownvillo Temple Xo. 30.
The grand temple degreo was then
conferred upon the following now rep
resentatives: II. W. Furnas, Brown
vine; O. K. Beady, Beatrice; D. B.
Howard, J. W. IIodge3, W. A. Doggalt,
Lincola; W. F. Morrison, Plattsmouth.
The report of the G. W. T. and G.
W. recorder shcw3 a falling off m the
numerical strength of the order during
the past year.
The cession wa.3 not marked for any
important legislation, but on the con
trary but littla wa3 done other than
the routine work.
The following officers were installed
for the ensuing year:
Grand templar, J. E. Morrison;
grand vico templar, E. M. Buswell;
grand recorder, A. 11.. Brown; grand
treasurer, Leon D. May; grand chap
lain, W. A. Doggett; grand usher, O.
K. Beady; grand guard, J. McWill
liarns. Tho next session will be held in this
city oa the last Tuesday in November
The trial or examination of John
Ossenkop's case at Louisville last
week .before tlte commissioners, re
sulted in not granting license to Mr.
We cannot believe the law contem
plated such a proceeding as that trial
developed, and if it does it is a very
foolish law, providing for a chronic
Commissioner's Court the year round,
if any one chooses to make complaint.
Of the men who have been in the
liquor business in Cass County, John
Ossenkop has been one of the best and
the probabilities are that a worse
place will be kept than his under the
School closes Friday.
Earl Hoover and" Florence Glover
take the lead in the spelling classes
Is Conkling the great "I am" or the
great "I was?"
The small boy has suspended ohiying
"keeps" for the present, and begun his
annual fusilade with fire-crackers.
Louisville patriotism will bubble
away from homo this year, principally
to Weeping Water.
It. Tapper lost a child last week from
Charley Wheeler also lost a ;hild
last week. We understand the circum
stances to bo as follows: Sometime
since his house burned down, which he
has replaced with a new one not yet
finished. The family was sleeping in
an unplastered room, and the child be
ing warm and restless, rolled about
till it fell between the bed and the
wall, between the studdings, and hung
itself. When discovered it was too
near dead to be revived.
Taylor Welborn's barn was struck
by lightniug during the storm last Sat
urday night, and burned to the ground,
no lost one horse, three sets of har
ness, and considerable quantities of
grain and hay. It was partially insur
ed in the Continental. We remark in
parenthesis that there were three
lightniug rods on the bnilding forty
three doilars worth I
Oar picture man goes this week to
Greenwood; and that reminds us of
big men. Last week, while the artist
was taking a picture of the Missouri
Pacific depot ia this town. Be:i Hoover
and Walter Cutforth thought they dis
covered a chance to have their "pic
tures took." So when the artist had
adjusted his instrument and turned
around to arrange s -rae matters, Ben
and Walter stepped in front of the
building. The artist turned and looked
through the instrnment, and an ex
pression of astonishment passed over
bis face. He looked at tiie crowd, look
ed around tho sides of the instrument
and through it again, as if he had lost
something valuable. At length he
raised his wondering eyes and excited
ly asked: "Where in the did that
building go to?" Fact.
We see in your last issue that one J.
C. Newberry states that "Quill" has
made some "fale charges" against
him; that they wen; "inslig.-ttrd in the
interests of the whisky ring;" that ho
will ."rply at length," etc. .Now we
have looked over the article referred
to carefully, and fail to 'find any charg
es against the gentleman. We hope he
will explain what the charges were,
and we will either substantiate them,
or make duo reparation. Wc trembling-'
ly await his promised reply, and, in
the mean time,
"No further seek Uia turrits to disclose
Or draw hi frailtins from their dn-ud abode."
From nine Hill, Neb.
Tha IIjiiiALTi, which i welcomed to
our home every week, ha3 jusffna-'e
its appearance of date 2:ld, and has
hewn dulv devoured. Always glad to
bear, from old "Kass Kounty."
Times are rather more lively here
than when I wrote in the Winter,
Crops generally look well. Corn, in
stoad of being th "size of a lead pen
aiJ," (as you say yours is), is most of it
larger some over knee high. Wheat
looks tolerably well; other small grain
fine. Weeds are very bad in some fields.
The outlook is encouraging, however,
and we expect to have enough to eat,
and some to spare. We have had plen
ty ef rain here thus far. Near Har
vard "a iejcie hai! storm did great in
jury, 1 hear, but Lay pp J.c.rd the
I was in Hastings last wee. Met
Revs. Gallagher and Cooley of your
county. It seemed most like -coining
home to see them.
Hustings is a fine town, nine years
i ao one sod house, now spreading over
inany'acrco, having a great many hue
buildings. 'Schools ar.J churches and
in every respect a trst iate Kebrk3
town. . . .
Wfj do not get much emigration this
year and there is not uiupi prairie be
ing brok. on tUet-oiitary considerable
land is laying id's VH account of
spring so late.
The prairies present a grand appear
ance ni., grass is thick and tall (for
this pr of the country) aud flowers
iij f great uautiliias, I have seen sev
eral kinds t'hVt vey n.cw to me, some
of them tho most LeautTtul f ver
I must dose my long letter, yon may
print any, all or none of it at your
The IIeuald family is :nvited to
CiU :;.t our Adobe and eat new pota
toesgfeeu yeas and beans. Yours to
command, ff. A. Jlonsox.
(Dnr nnjJirauec Column
KDITED l;r TIIK WOMAN'S CH11ISTIAX TKM
'" For Ood. and lioiao. ml N ative Land.'
Regular meeting o' the Plattsmouth
W. C. T.U. at the Presbyterian church
Thursday, 4 p. m., Jufy 7th.
The Anniversary Meetings.
As per previous announcement, the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Plattsmouth, held last Sat
urday and Sunday, a series of meet
ings, commemorative of their sixth
anniversary. The first meeting at the
Presbyterian Church Saturday even
ing, they had hoped would be presided
over by Mrs. Newman, "who had or
ganized the Union in Plattsmouth,
but at tho last moment received word
that she was unable to be here, and
Mrs. Spurlock accordingly conducted
the exercises. She was ably assisted
by Mrs. Cooley, of Cass County, and
by Mrs. Pollock, who read tha secre
tary's report of work done during the
previous year, and also an article of
her own on the general work of the
Union throughout the country, which,
unfortunately, was cut short by the
discovery that a portion of her
notes had been mislaid. A recitation
by Miss Fulmer and a reading by Miss
Gass, were both well rendered ; also
solos by Mrs. Walter White and
Miss Mattie Cooper. Sevoml choruses
by the choir were finely given and the
exercises came to a close with an ex
cellent es?ay written and delivered by
Mrs. Aten, some closing remarks by
Mrs. Spurlock and the benediction by
The report of secretary and othor
articles read will appear in our col
umn next issue.
The children's meeting was the
crowning session of the anniversary,
Conducted by Mrs. R. Bowen, and ad
dressed by Rev. Mr. Aten of the
Christian Church, Mrs. J. J. Roberts
of Lincoln, and Mrs. Cooley of Mt.
Pleasant. Miss Fulmer, by request,
again gave her recitation, which
touched a tender chord in every heart,
nor is-ould we forget to mention little
Bertio Wise who so nobly responded
to the calls to "help us." The senti
ment, though compassed in the short
sentence, "I will give not one drop
of wine" will build empires and es
tablish kingdoms. Like meetings will
be held regularly every three months.
Pure water will be given the children.
-Sabbath evening, a mass meeting
was held in the M. E. Church, con
ducted by the clergy of the city, and
addressed y Mrs. Cooley, of Mt.
Pleasant, Nebraska; it was a meeting
of more than usual interest.
Mrs. Cooley is a lady of wide experi
ence, true culture and acknowledged
ability and was present in response
to an invitation of the ladies of the
W. C. T. U. of Plattsmouth.
The house was crowded to its ut
most capacity and most marked at
tention was given to tho speaker
through the entire lecture, which did
credit to both herself and the society
TLus closed the first anniversary of
the W. O. T. U. of Plattsmouth.
CAUD OK THANKS.
Wo hereby lender cur thanks to
those who so kindly assisted . in our
anniversary exercises by way of press
notifications, music, instrumental and
vocal, addresses, recitations, clerical
aid. churrli accoinrnodaMons arid en
tertainment of workers, the most ear
nest thanks of the memi era of our
Union, and should there be a lady in
the city who, feeling that hitherto she
has been sleeping when she thought
sVi was awake," or that she had
"more weighty matters to attend to",
or "had thanked God that she had no
sor.s to ruin"' "nor felt her couutiy
needed Lrr," h;s resolved that "as for
me and my bouse, we will m;i v the
Lord" meet us at the Presbyterian
Church Thursday afternoon, July 7th,
at 4 p. m., where our secretary will
gladly enroll her as a co-worker with
' us, is the sincere desire aud prayer of
the Plattsmouth W. C. 1 . L .
Weeping Water Hemes.
News are now so plenty that 1 don't
know what is best to send you. how
ever I will endeavor to make my let
ter as interesting as possible.
We had a specially delightful visit
from our IIekali Editor," last week;
he reports the Hkhalu favorably,
with a great, niany new subscribers of
late; ho felt happy over: tna tuture
prospects of W. W. and C1W3 Co. in
general, he had a Dleasant trip, which
he enjoyed vjery much. Come ofton.
Mac, ad always remember you have
uianv good staunch friends bore in lit
tle W. W.
We are to have a No. 1. celebration
litre this 4th. aud expect to see many
of our Plattsmouth friends among us.
li.iynion I Jeuks has bdeu very ill,
but is recovering rapidly at present
We havo Juvenile celebrations here
every evening. Business is greatly
improved of late, in W. W. By. Yeo
mans huj . ;.dded two new buggies to
liis livery rigs "and one l;ey bay trap;
they are beauties, too, and he has' had
his largo stable and carriage sheds
painted, "gail7 red." for the 4th.
Laney has opened a next Ice Cream
Parlor and has tha only Soda Fountain
in W. W. Our new drug and fancy
provision store, Dr. Thomas and S.
Orton, props, is rapidly nearing com
pletion. ' Our'old friend, Mr. I"inj, will have
his hew hotel ready for ye, for the th.
don't forget him Ihenl "','"'
Bro'. Thorp of the W. W. House Las
bpe ffpa!:tMU- '$rJ refit tin, hi3
ptuoo, iu" order that je.may enjoy fjiit
class accooiodatiiind'iju the Jr'o'urih-
Red Bios, and Fleming u&d ItTee
will have their stores closed on tne -lib
so all ye who need of them, come to
ttfwn on Saturday previous.
- Teie will be ;bout fifty ic cream
ami "l'rno'nade sianus l.ef J c . tl:" 4ih.
T. J.; potter, jeweler," will 'be loumi i
at C. Thoi-ng.itos Uw variety a:tu no
W. W. is to have an elevator very
soon, and a railroad sure.
Yours occasionally. Tnixv.
The Old Settlers
Society of Cass County is called to
meet on the Fourth of July to take
action on having a picnic this fall.
Further particulars m
i3 known on
K 3cacd froai Icath.
In tho following rem-kable state
ment, William J. Ccghn of Somer
ville, Mass., says: '-Iu fall of 1S76
I was taker: with n vjriEXT bleed
inu of 1 uk ll-gs followed by a se
vere cough. I -was o n-eak at one
time that I voi.M not 1- .ve my bed.
In the summer of 1S77 I - .-as admitted
to the City Hospital. While there the
doctors sai i I had a ho'rs in my left
lung as big as a half dollar. I expend
ed over a hundred dolhiv's in .doctors
and medicines. I f;a e 1. hope, but a
friend told me of DR. L ALL'S BAL
SAM FOR TIIE LUNGS. I got a
bottle to satisfy him, v, hen to my eur
prise and gratification, t commenced
to feel belter, and to-day ieel in better
spirits than I have the p-.t three years.
I write this hoping th.it every one
afflicted with I:2';asuJ Lungs will be
induced to bike Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS and bo
conviuf-ed that CONSUMPTION
CAN EE CURED. I c.va positively
say that it has done more good than
all the other mediPines I have taken
during :ny sickness." . &olJ by drug
gists. Haunted Trte.
Debt, poverty and suffering haunted
me for jcars, cau?ed by a sick family
and largo bills for doctoring, which
did no good. 1 was completely dis
couraged, until one year ago, by the
advice of my pastor, I procured Hop
Bitters and commenced their use, and
in one month we were all well,' and
none of us have been sick a day since;
and I want to say to all poor men, you
can keep your-families well a year
with Hop Bitters for less than dfie
doctor's visit will cost. A Working
man. Renew Tour Lease.
There are times in every one's life
when energy fails and a miserable
feeling comes over them, often mis
taken for laziness. . Danger lurks in
these symptoms, as they raise from
impure blood or diseased organs. Med
ical advice is expensive and often un
satisfactory. Parker's Ginger Tonic
will renew your lease of health and
comfort because it restores perfect ac
tivity to the stomach, .liver and kid
r.eys, and purifies the blood, as men
and women restored to robust health
testify in among every -neighborhood.
See adv. Advocate. 1U5"
A V-'Ti p -.p;1'- '.?!!; itic;-;: hiu
s'orv tii.tt an fi'.M'D -iv- m ' -I r.i ri io:u
S:de:u, Ma.-., Wt !:?-. :sr ' sou in tin?
railroad de.tot ir: 1 i-j- -.-s . and did not
nil him niit'l ln ronc-i.-d !omn fi;i 1
was :.-k-d what h- ' h:..' u::ie with that
precious darlirj. lie took the train
An Indian Fever and Aue Cure.
A party of us-, wi lie on a recent ex
cursion, crime ncross a company of In
Uians who were from M ": e. Ope old
squaw, who vr. pi-'parin-r material for
baskets of rather linn paltr-i-n, was quite
sociable. In the Cuinso vi our conver
sation sho told us s.n Ia-.iian boy had
the fever and ague. We nked:
"Whftt do veil -lo tor it : '
"Oh, we do what li tell us we
take something I can't think what
they call it."
'Quinine,'1 we suggested.
Here a big Indian, who was within
hearing, put iu: ,
"Tha's poison ugh!"
And the squaw rcpiic '.:
"No, no; we don't l:.ke that.1'
"Itgoos to tho bone-,1" s iid tho man.
Yes," he continued, 'quinine will kill
settle in your bo:es m.-iie urn aeiic.'"
Wo inquired what h? co:-uicred the
best remedy. Upon which our Indian
"Grated Miorse-rndi.;!:, one-half cup;
whisky, l.alfpSat; r.v.z; l:.ke a spoonful
tln-w tir:i--.s a dtv fr:l will cure
you." After a morar-M. added, "it's
heating;" whi.'h w.s d- no' doubt.
ev t c-
;i:ain' and produce.
Weiluesilay, June lc, 1RR1.
Wheat. No.2 n&&t
Corn, ear, '"
iiiirli-v, Nt. . . . 43-0
Nativi) CalUti..: i lK31 6"
I!.. us 4
I'otatof 1 -3
.NEW YOIi'k MARKET.
N k.v" Von k, June lr, 18S1.
M.iney .?t.or3.Jl t'3!t.
Wheat 3 1 U3
i:v.- 1 13
'il !l rr - "1
O.tlS - -:
CI! ICAOl) MA RKETS.
CniCAoo, June 15. 11
Flour S -1 60 4:-"' 00
I 'nni . !
( ;i's , . . ... 3'J
Rve 1 '')
Rii ley !"
I.I V If. STOCK..
Mii)tins; -35 7vJ..?t IS
('aide. " 5 G-Vif :M'
ft 1 kj c fl w ? -t rs. m
;otxl r.jiek, it i- Kill'' s.-!- :is lu.nu-il, .it
,;iiiis.ifiics?ir, v-ii. otf
that the Ciikai'kkt au.a t Tlack to buy
Stasis and Fancy- Srcceries
First-Class Dry Goods,
IS AT TH S
OLD KELIAI5LE STOKE
Cor. Main and Third I'lattsmouth.
; r-Sltx-k iJw.-ips fresh :.ntl ovw. ;itid juicc-a
al;tv.s ar tho bottom. Call au-J convince your-icl-.t'.;
Palace Barber Shop.
J C. BOONE,
t-iiUri" Mju'k i"4j"uh's r..-v -lW oh;' Sire.
hot &c co3o -zijrpzzm
CLEAN NEW PLACE,
and nowii the tune lo get
KiiA;.'JvJr tvUMrof k! " .n:-otT,
John Uoonc's Xew Shop,
Ciinu-r Main and Fifth Street,
l'lattsiuoata, n ebrNk. j
SOLOMON & NATHAN
We are noic prepartd to shorn at our ne.v; quarters', mxt to Court House, tJie
Largest, Finest and Cheapest Stock of
& sr 5. K Rt RJ !S Rl
Ever brou-'lit to riatls!!Hiit!i.
Read and Remember the following Price List!
SSress oods 2Sp?
Kiubracc. some rare ntylos in staple and Fancy Fabrics.
Handsome Summer Dress Silks from 50 cts.per yard, up.
Fine Blade and Colored Gros Grain Silks -61.00
Lovely shades in I'tftjttas Beiye Suitings " S-
Adriatic Stripes, all shades "
Real Moliair Melaivjts Ony :J )
Cazamo Foulards, JSrocaded "
G-4 JJordures. Ehaant 2
All Wool Cash me
SI & Cashmere Dolmans, Mantles, Circulars, HavGlocks,
from 5e ir yd up.
4 " "
.... TVi "
" " "
Fine Mu.sliun. . .
Goon Ginghams .
Here the Ladies will find something elegant and nice, in the line of Head wear
REAL IMPORTED PATTERN HATS !
Ladies' Hats, nicely trimmed, from 75 cts. ujk
Children's Sailor Hats, from 2 cts. up.
NOTIONS AUD FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Kid Gloves, full line 2je jr pair up.
hhle Thread Gloves ". 5 ' "
Ladies' I lot-e 5
Elegant lias cf Swiss and American Emliroigeries, from 3 cts per yard up.
SOME ELEGANT STYLES IN'
loiut Jtusse L.aers, Ilentelle LarcM, Kraltant I.npe,
Lausncdor J.ncom, A'oiiii-e I.iiook, FI-nii--!i Liici-m,
liretonne Laceii, Tow hon Lhoom ValeiK-ioiines Liircs.
ASK 170 SHIES THESE GOODS.
asad. Oil CItSis?
FINE 1'ATTEKNS CAKI'ETS FI'.OM 2". CENTS YEll YAK1) TP.
MATTINGS, ' KCTG-S,
lively patterns in CUETONNES and LAMlJia-XJUIN'S.
The above only eomi.ri.-e- a few of the many
whieh we offer. Call aud jude for yourselves.
careful and prompt attention.
it. ii. liot.ta:, 3i. n.
!ACTISfN VIIYSiCIAN. );l;ce and rru
ore, JIain St, near Third, riattsnioulh Neb,
TIIK IMtOUOTKIt AMI IT.KFKC-
Tn OF fsSIMIIiTIO.
TISI-: KKr'OKJI Kit .-M VITALIXKR
3' I'll i: Iti.nOII.
TIlf.lMIODITI'K A. IXYIKORA-
THt OK XKHVK AM III l I.K.
Till: til I.IKIC "I I'IMJ6TKI
OK i: IX I'OWKK.
CO M P O U U D
Is en!njo.ied ef ii-i i'!i n! id.-Mieal with
tiiose v. ulcli c.iis:itiur Ih-altiir r.!.ol. Muscle
anil NeiTe, and r.r;:in SithMaiie. nhiNt Lite
it-seif is directly (h'peu-huU upon sonif of t .ieui.
F.y ini'ic.-o-ii M Nervous and Mitveular ii'nr,
it will cure IKsnepsia. fect!e or interrupted ac
tion of the lleait and I'al pi t nl ion, VVeahness
if Intellect CHtised tv srief. worry, overtaxed
or irregular habits, lironrhitU, Congestion of
the Luii). , , ,
It cure Asthma. Neura'ia, Whooping! oujih
Nervousness, and is a most wonderful adjunct
tootlu-r remedies in sustaining life ilmiiiji the
process of Oiptheri.i.
The expaiHiiture of brain power too ear.y or
too eveielv in childhood often result-? in phys
leal ilehilitS' : the use of Fellow's Hypuphos
phites exert a Finiriiiarli lijppy effect ih su'-h
cases. ' ' ,
lo not he deceived by reinediee bcantig il
Himilar name ; no oilier preparation is a t-ubsti-tute
for tin under any circumstance.
For sale by all druggists.
Everv wound or Injury, f-ven bv accident or
any disease, entitles a soldier of the late war to
a pension. All pensions bv the law of January.'
ls?:i. benin hack Ht date of discharge or ilcatn
,f tpe soldier. All entisled i-lo-iibl apply at
once Thous-miis wi.o ai e now drawing pen
sion are entitled to an increase. .Siddierii aud
wi.iows of the ralf lslj and Mexican war are
enlilied to pensions. Tliou:.ial-al c el ''uri
tled to bouniv, but d not know it. 1 e( f:n all
caserilo. Pi'.v l-r eveiy desci iptior. o...vai
claims rollee'ed. Emivnv an AUoiney rosid
in in WashifiLilo.i, w ho c.ii. t''1' -eioi; at
fntion to vour biis.i.ess.' ' A mei i.-an sttij For
eign patents obtained oa short notice, .send
two stamps for pension and bounty laws. Ad
dress W. T. Fitz:fkai.i. I'. i. Claiiti Accent.
Lock Lox 4M, Washington, 1). C. 5l!y
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
rLATTSMOFTII, - NEJJ.
Uillimd Hall and Saloon on Mam Sn-eet, four
door froni Sixth at Neviile'u
BEST lilAXD$ QFCIGAl'S, ..LL'S,
tlemeni her the X.imf aotl I'laee,
- ii.'.iil'Ni llltui:
t'.lni Street, near Kiiitii,
Plattsmouth, - Neb.
C-,V J-- S
ila K- to order
MB DEI MESS'
V7BBHI LLUH !
Vt M 'X: '5 T ?..
mm I tit mml,
Carpets, Jewelry, etc..
Fine Cheviot Shirting from ir yd up.
CottoiKuh'.- " 15
Table Ihiinask. all linen. .. " 30
Toweling " 3
Fine Ilandkereliii f
Order by mail solicited, which will receive
SOLOMON Rr. N ATTT A TJ
Stop 5 Set Gold
en Tonaue reeds
JJaiii. l 1'. Lenity, aiinilin, N. J.
CP ' 'Treatise on Tmiirorr.i McthwU. Ta
l':;j.' 1 rjldes, yi-ldi, ruii-eH. ?ro!it-' ar.v !Z nnnti
Drrirti,-ti( " ajikkicax ij;ii.i.
REVISED NEW TES1 AMEKiS !
Ill nitrated. Cheapest ami lit at. Nell at
HN' PICTORIAL BIBLES !
Affeiitsi Wanted. A. .1. IIOLMAN. f. CO..
I'hiiadelpliia, Pa. -'
60L D EDAL-AWARDED-THEUTHOR.
w & rr n t 1 1 h e be t an d c 1 : n i
ot, iii(iiiM'nsitto to every
mnn, entitl1! "the S i'nco ot
LitB,n bound in tint IriL-h
m Uh lin, em Ikvh1 , f u U ril t . -0
pAree,ontai n h beaut 1 1 ul st t -1
I'nru uni if i jf-uv iiy man:
( I'uistratf d sample, 6 . : B'.n.l
'M.ff'V ml invt.itntftor Ir W H Pau-
liflCV THYSELF. o.4iiuIfinchaL.looLca-
Any per-on to be seriously III without:1, weak
stomach or inactive liver or kidney-? And
when these nriru are in jrond condilion do yon
not find their poss-e-tr enjoying pood healih'.'
1'arlicr's Oinscr Tonlr always regulates
these important oran.-, and never fails tom.ike
the blood rieh and pure, and to strent;! hen ev
ery part of the s triii. It has cured hundreds
of despairing iaa.iils. Ask your ni-iahhor about
it. ' Mi
(.1 Medicine not a Prink.)
Hops;, Bacilli, . Mandrake, Dandelion
and the purest and best medical (jiialit es of all
THEYCUBEi . ,
all disease-t ot the Moiii;ii-Ii, liowcis. Hiood,
Liver, Kidney an. I Criiiary Cru:iii. Ncivous
nnss, tderplcssncss. and e-pecia!!y Female
Coinplaiiits. Ask o:ir clni';ist lor Hop Hit tors
and try them before you sleep. 'lake no other.
Send forciieular. Hop -Lit te'rs Mauuf.iciurinu'
Co.. Rochester. N. .. anil I orolito. nt.
J G CHA M BERS .
Manufacturer ot and De;il r in
Al.-o, a full li .e of
HORSE CLOT 111 XG, ETC., ETC.
Done ncailyaiid promptly at short uoticj at his
Directly oppo.-ite Tost oniec. Tlattsinoul h. Ni l).
None but tlio best of .slock used !
Hardware, Cutlery, ITails,
Iron, IViiproii -
Iron, Wood Stock, Pumps,
FIELD d- GARDEN MEEDS. ROPE,
AND ALL KINDS OF SIILE1
IRON YHR'C, Kcj.t in Sto- k. -."?J:iins
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Work Warranted.
it i C. S; Svey Siitn Warranted
fC vf K fcl H fc vl kn t? 1
XEW MUCK YA III).
I have now u ti?w III il.-M.iUer f:-om the ea-t,
130,000 No. 1 Brick
Now Heady and for sale. Come and Lvamino
tl.eia for Vonr-elves. If t!:Py
fall on a man oil to
Will Not te Ualcrsall for a (jja'ilif j si Brick:.
I iiui also t.ow roa-ly lo C'cmtidct for
all kinds of buiMing :inl to put
tij any l.iml wf vi il: i n
1-Jiick want cl.
At l.iy pliico on a-liii:.--l"ll A'.cime or ;.t 1".
S. Wlule Store on Main S'lc l, i'l.ittsniou! h,
Livery, Feed Si Sale
Or an Old Stable in ncin h:;uh en ire f.i.
The New 1 ii li! of
op.i II the I il
STR EIGHT BARN
01 the Comer of fill and T".i:l Mu els - .villi jt
Hew Livery Outfit. .
(IOOI) HOK.-sL'S AND CA I: L I AC ICS r.t all
HOUSES FOi: SALt:,
Utilises lUiCUHT .I.YD SOl. I),
HOUSES KEl'T UV THE iKi V (ii WEEU.
Call and see I WTTKU.SO.V t DIXON'
MIKE SCIINELLBACHEU, "
WACO N LKTAIKINC
All kinds of
KA KM IMI'LKMLNT
Neatly tf l'romjdp
. : 0
Horse, 3Iulo& OxSliocini;,
In short, we'U shoe anything that bur
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth Sr between Main at. J N ine Streets,
list across e corner from I he skw H K 1 1 A I ,-
OIKICK. 10 y
STllEUULT & MILL !:!(,
Harness Man ufmeturers,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly :i
Repairing of all Kinds !
XEATL Y DONE SHORT NOTICE
1TEW HARNESS !
TURNED OUT IN SHORT HUD Ell
And Satisfaction (Juaranle-f-.l.
JiJeini-inhei- the phice. 1 (pposite lien...
T.oeck's Turn ;t tire Store, on Lo . i r M ini street,
ST 11 El G HT cl M I L I.- E .
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages alwa3Ts on Hand
HEARSE l FUNERALS.
TAKE 'isTOTICE !
leant all of my accounts xetlled to date,
an-l 1 s.i-iil do no nioie cieiiil bu-iiics. All old
accounts niii-- be set I led II . ii ml no new ones
will be made. Cnless sucii account- are fi llled
shortly they will be Kurd.
I wish to do a si i ici! j c:-.s!i busine-- 1 Tni me
1'lnt SMitoiil ii. Neb,
rrtUei ::;7 at 12 IT. 3th Circot, Z7. IZTA, I'D.
pHE I hy-.io&n.s in rba'po rtfthin old ami w-IJ known
L inMitMMnw are roc? 'liar (rraduaton in nifJinnf an'i
"t-tt. Years of Experience in tbe treatment
C-ni-oriiC Di9tasfe hnw iiwhIm tb-ir skill an-i hhiht
- . ir.'it:U ipcrior to th;it of the ordinary practiti.n r,
.!.! they Lave acj.!irf'.1 a national reputatiou throujo
IDISCRETIOfJ OR EXPOSURE
r( me lluol nkln cr fcMii, tratw4l with biicc--.j. .
r-i i&i.iiUc r;nci(lest wuntiut uin Mercury or olLt-r
i -MMjr.r:is Mt-dic:n.-s aiid at mode rale exptitfe.
YOU F'J C MEH an'' ,lf raiddla Rre who am
nuwifn mnn im i Huifi'rintf frrm ortranic wenK
ncss tbnt nntit? its victims for budnHg or luarrin-i,
I.Trnn'ntly rnred. n mn'ifwmh fne.
pATJKftTvS TREATED J rr
Lrrvuii. - r.i 'i. , j rHuit., :i iff FREE nd mite i.
Llt nf que-tiont Iu t nwrrrd bv fitieQt deAiriEtf trtilCitat
free ny '11re on j plicition.
rrkoti nfT-rlii from K upturn thou Id teatf tfcMr al(rrea,
Ij and 'rrn Mtiarlhlnir In their atltaMtatfft. ItU aota trn.f
C m m u . ir i f t'-rifc t nc ( !v foot Icniiftl, mud hou 1 4 be ad 1rt J
UU. ItL'TIX. 1 North Hth NU,t LouU. Mo.
" f A- Ts,
W-. OF USE I.
A VIlluftMo )tcrnmrj IV ! -T I."pnrt:ir in MP'l-
leal Bcienflk A ixMitivi-ii . i .r K.-meilylor lb
n?ody und cfirmnuenl do f. i.'ai.e- whih.. tie
dHj.lorHlle clinfH rfiilt:u 1: -n. iri.ll.-rt prMi-licp
or excenee in youl li or ia .uji:ii'i' Uttr- l-j Mi nnif
true way. viz: X)ir t A DlO.i-.u-i art In l.y Ao
Birptioii, ana ex-rtin r i i -l'io lull '" a tn
VcbicIcb. iJiicts, n.l OJarid, r uasl.l'i to por
forra tb.-ir natn.nl fannU.at "UA "' t; -:1.",,,T
Uatten'le'l witli iw Pio -r Ini Di.v. ti' -nrr n
not lotwrfnwii-i t'i? onlina, v , lmCs'II1"-.
nuirLly li.sf.lvei and ..T abiOrU.-J. STu.luor.rf n
lmtnediata noi.i ric.a mil r;t .r iii.. . It t :-l" "i -
norvoua orifanlr.ai ii.u wn... u.-1 Ir en v.i '.x-.ii i.aiuor
pxcniHB..top.in2tbclru:n Iro :i hf -tm, r-stor-an
thorclnd lalewlf) ao-l c :u. 1 mrnici y. n-moT-lnif
tbe Dimncsa of B tC.i. C nfuHlou of ia.,u,
Averaion to Bo:iety. etc..s-le.. arid (houpp'-aranci
'of preiaaturo clii uual;y ii-.-.nii.aoir.i tm
troubI. and rei-torin thu Ut1 Iitim, 0" 'C( V
tT tn dornisnt for ysn. 'J hi m -, l
ment has f.or.d lus t-nt Iu v-ry n-i. .1 '1
nowa nroncuocfl nam trr.ii HrtMiu'iuU j,re
cibd In tbia trout,!", and. ai umuy ta-i li.-r fci.
ness to. with but lilt I'- if eny i-cnnanKsittTod. jn r-
I -in no nonwiDM about )'p rt,"n. 'J'.. .T.
Brvatl.n efill as 10 ihmm ivi-.y uai i '
will giM caiicfnctton. It l:i- ix-ca in r-twn.1 ni
for (vve-iil y-ai-B un-1 ve l...vo tii v,4....ii ef -'-monlaU
from i.mmiHi. aa to us bb.I t Is niw
conrll to Im ihn m-t rnti 'riMl nxi a, ) .
COTore.l for ruarluni mi l ciuin ; thirttmy T'i -.-ni
trouble, that In wvll kn-nn t- Ii" tb-1 '' U,,-''''J
Is pat upici m-.t boxes, cf tbro -:rr. Na 1 inini
tolMtaiuontb.lf a; Mo. C. i.i!i.-i-t I JM'i
mim nt euro, unless In nuvur.. ias.i o. t u. o .
(lahtln over thr- roentht. will t"-.r ' - .
worstno.r,f.o. J'.". Mot-V I,.. " y-;-
r piitei-.wii(fH f nrni" i- ...r.
l.-tm i.in Anatantirnl rtluHfrntiant
Innil 'lrttllJI'llV. irllleU tliil fOlltlllK
the tnott Kl:ri:tirultliutt 'icy um l
I mtcrett to itrrfort fi-ullh, iif the. ritul
las if tterer qTertett. ftolit .Vt ty J
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHEMISTS.
Market and Olh Sts. ST. Louis, Mo.
Unsolicited testimony to the EfTlcacy of
Prof. Harris Pastilles, taken from Let
ters receivMfrom Patron t
IoWff. Oct. !0tt. 'J. I 11m ftlM.ul i.nrr.rfa.1 ot r
rimtillt.a. Thej bave workt-i likf ch:irm a m . i um
just twi e ua much of a man u I wai l:forw tkin. 1
n oa tns ver-5of tbe p-ii, I thoiikt, nnd ' bn. ws
no euro fur me, b-it bonr I am la ir-mil lioi-es for a euro.
Wefft Vlrsrir.in Aat s.'i'.i-l r'....-irl r..r ..10.
cine ul 1 believe It nits cautj m i; for wbToh i m vtj
thaukful. Iaclcil liuj 1 1 ;Me Bi n. I mo nnot l.if
i'i 1 o. lor a iritfaa. 011 uit. nony u c.ui lusit
for lue. I will ?nd yon nil tbo or.Ji.r I caa.
From a Physician and Surgeon.
Missonri. .Tuna 2T. Ilnnta forward m another box
of tbe raslillos. Xh mtifnc on whom I hive us't
vnnmt r. a Kn wT.I.f.. . u...... I.. ).-.. i f:i.t
leooveriiia, aud l" think another will -t Liu ail rifctit.
your lUfUiotiy for onuofoor ruUitiiers, it b:miuailo
a irf,H.t I'nm of him. We hnve inot bi-r fiHtnmtir dow
uilerias in tho Bauie wu, uuii un ouo Nu. 3 box.
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