Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, September 08, 1881, Image 2

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    The Herald.
NO. ft. riACVluRPHY, - pDITOR.
PLATTSilOUTJI. SEPT. 8, 1881.
Call for a Herrlican State Comention..
The Kepubl'.can electors of the state c Ne
braska are lierwbr culled to k dU delegates from
the sevrral ounlies, to unci in stat-i conven
tion at l.iucoln. on Wednesday. October!, 11,
at 3 : iO o'clock p. in., lor the purpoee of plac
ing in nomination candidates for the following
named olliees, vi :
One J utiie of the Supreme Court.
Two Ee;ent of the Slate I niTersity.
And to transact such other business an may
properly cwnie b fore th convention.
'1 li everal comities are mlitld to rcpresen
ta'ion in the stat convention a follows, bused
upon tlie vo! cast for Oroide VV. Collins for
presidential elector. Hiving one delegate to each
wne liundie.l and lift y (I"'!; votes, and oao tor
the fraction l serem v-tivc (76) voles oi tc.-.
AUo ue deleato at lalh't! for each organized
cnunty.
Counifs Vol's D'l. CouhUc Vote Del.
Adams
AHelops . .
lia-.ns
I'uiTalo
Hurt
llulhr
Cass
Cedar
Chc ein.e.
CI iv
1'oliax . . .
(liasr
( 'iimii'.iiifc ;. .
Custer
iiakoia ...
D.iwsoll . . .
liueily
I i vn
Dul-e...
I t-iuutas. .
F.Huioi .
Krai. kl in . .
Frontier. . .
KurviiS
llne
(iosper. . . -lile.li-y
. . .
IUH
Hayes.. .
llamillou .
Harlan
Hit'-licock
lloll.,.. .
Howard . . .
dellel tou. .
..1417 11 Johnson loft
. . &7r 5 Kearney &.' o
.. r,7i n Keith 3i i
..11:- u Knox f'; 5
. .ltiio Lancaster 3-i:7 2
. . !;$ 7 Lincoln 377 4
,.vt n Madison 7o "
.. 21S 2 Merrick SOU
. . 2 j J J .Nance 18.' 2
...1517 11 Nuckoi.s 5s; I 6
. hSJ 6 Nemaha 1473 11
1 Otoe l'.tlrf 14
. . 5:N 5 Pawnee 111 'J
.. J'M .'! Phelps 4i 4
. . JH 3 Fierce 70 'i
.. 347 3 Folk 1H3 7
2 FhUte Hot 7
.. 43 J 4 Ked Willow.. H4 3
...14. :j it I;ichardsoii..l7o4 13
..X.") 23 saline 141 13
..14C4 10 Sarpy 4:d 4
.. 5- 5 Saunders 1717 12
.. 133 2 Su ward FSM 10
W o Sherman 3oi 3
. .17; 13 siouv 2
. .. 1M : Stanton 1 80 -
. .. 1AJ 2 Thaver K3t 7
...lIC-o 0 Valley Xsl 4
2 VS asiiiii!;tou..ll:'0 s
. . 197 Wheeler 2
. . . tiTK 0 Wayne 1 IS i
135 2 Webster 10OS 8
. .. 334 3 York ...1144 11
. .. )37 " 5
...100'J S Total 441
It Is recommended First : That no proxies
lie adi.iiit-d to the convention except such a
lire held hy persons reilin In the counties
from which the proxies are given.
Second : That no debate Mia!! represent an
aliment member of his lielegat ion unless he be
dollied wiin authority Iroiu the Ckiunty con
vention or is in possession of proxies from reg
ularly elected iele-;ates thereof.
l:v (.nler of Ilepunlicaii State I'entral om
laliiee. .IA.MKS W. DAW ES, Ch'n.
F. .1. !lF..MKt:iii'T, S'-c'v pro tcin.
Lincoln, -Nch.. AOS- :il.
Call far a ReyabicaaCoanty Ccayeatioii.
The Hcpuiiiicau electors of Cu-s County are
Fereliy called to elect delegates from t-acli
ward and precinct, to meet in Convention at
Louisville. Saturday, -t. It, SMHI.
at the hour of H a. in., for the purpose of plac
IuK in noi!i:naiii. the County officers to be
elected this Fall, and al.-o to send thirteen del
egates to the Slate Convention, w hich meets at
Lincoln, October 5ili. and for the traupactiua
of such other b.iMiioss as may legitimately
come hcfoie the Convention.
The basis of ftppoitionmeiit shall be as fol-lows-baed
on the vote for Congressman :
One delegate at laise from e-ich ward and pre
cinct, and one for every fifteen KepubUean
vote-', or a major fraction thereof.
It i also recommended that the Primaries
for this Convention bo li 11 o
SATl'KOAY, J K PTKM IS F. K 24lll, 1S61.
at the folloins times ami places :
ri.ATTSMOLTH.
1. Ward G del's. at Court Hoiie. 7fn8piu
2. Ward ' at lir.cK sciu use . io o
3. Ward i " l.empke s hop
Tto
4. N aid 0
Coipicil Chamber' to 3
PIlKi'l Nl'TS.
Fh.tti-mouth 0 delV, at iayU i s S. II. 2 pm
Kck lilulls in
at ncrucr'M "
Liberty n
Avoca ii
Jit. Fleasalit 7
8 Mile lrove 7
l.nui.v ilic . . 8
Centre H
V. Water.. 10
Mi.tc CreeU 7
Klmwdod... 7
Soulh Fend 1
Salt Creek . . 7
! reenwood . "
Tipton 6
at Foblen's " 4
at ilntcliin' " 2
at iilmoic's " 2 1o 3
at Sltafer's " 4 to 5
at (Hover's Hall 7
Or. Prairie S. H. 4
at School hmise 3 to 4
Stove I l k S. II. 4 to 5
:U llelnitt's " 7
1 lean's lumberyd 0 to 7
iit ircenwoo'l 7
at Kaniev'f S. H. 7
at K:!','ieS. II 7
Total . . 1"?. deleatf s.
K is further recommended
That all proxies be in riting aud freni the
wun: or piecinct i.; whi' h the delegate proper
belonM ; and in the absenc. of iiiiv delegates
from any ward or precinct, the delegates pres
ent shall east the full vte of the precinct. '
Also, that the committeeman firm each prc
cuict be at (he primaries in eca.-im, ai:d act as
f hairman ofjthc meeti'.'s; until they are duly
organized.
And that the Chairman of the County Cen
tral Committee act as chairman cf the County
Convention until It is organized aud the com
mitie or. Credentials report, as has been the
cntom in Cas County unt'.l lately.
ISO. A, MacMFUFHY.
J.vo. K. Folk, Ch'n.
Seo'y f t o tsm.
Bluff old Bismarck is said to be
shaking hands with the Pope. What
does this mean.
Judge Savagi:, of Omaha, has le?n
spending a couple of months in Eu
rope, and has just returned, we are
pleased to r-ce, with renewed health.
In Central Indiana and Illinois cat
tle are suffering greatly for want of
water. Near Warren, Ohio, sheep are
dying by hundreds from thedroaght.
We. call attention to the notice in
another column of Spiritual Sonys for
The Sunday School. It is a most ex
cellent little volume and at very low
ra'es.
The Xemaha Granger suggests one
election without a nominating con
vention. Let the candidates announce
themselves and the people vote to
suit themselves.
The signal service officer at Omaha
reports the month of August just past
as ttie hottest in eight years, the aver
age temperature being over S0. Aver
age rainfall inches.
Omaha Weekly Republican with
premium receipt, entitling the holder
to the benefits of their Second Annual
Premium Distribution, and the Ne
braska Herald one year for $3.S0.
A ten-mile running race took place
at Council Bluffs, Saturday, between
Mrs. Burke, of Omaha, and Miss Pin
neo, of Colorado, Mrs. Burke winning
the race in 21 minutes and 41 seconds.
Omaha had a couple f tires laat
Sunday, which swept off a number of
small buildings on Dodge street and
Capitol Avenue. With the intense heat
and high wind, Sunday was a terrible
day for a fire.
TriR train robbers are again at work,
this time on the Central Pacific road;
at a small station called Colfax, they
ditched the train, but by some means
were frightened oil', and did Hot suc
ceed in obtaining any booty.
Secrktaky Lincoln made exten
sive preparations to project Guiteau
from violence should the President
die. It t.'33 rumored that an associa
tion of eld soldiers intended to capture
the scoundrel and make an example of j
him'. Being a prisoner of the United
States tlie Secretary of War felt bound
to protect his worthless life from mob
Violence.
THOU LI(:OL.
Ctiaip Kcuuiuu lirouuds Phot Daj.
tjui'e a number of people arrived to
day, and the grounds look giij witli
tents and fl.ig-- already. Much work
lias to be dor.p yet. As usual the wind
blew down nios, of the tents erected
with so much care Saturday and the
bojs have to put up their own tent9
us astigned.
We got quarters in -'Ij." South in a
go3d place and all the boys seein as
happy as larks. Our music was just
th thing. Hut one bnd (no other
music except a few drums) had arriv
ed on the grounds and we made thu
thing howl with "them ar'" life and
drum, besides it was the life of the
car going down to Lincoln and from
Lincoln depot to the gioundi. That
Ilawley has nwre wind in him to the
size than any ma:i we ever saw before.
Mullen, our Court Reporter has
charge of the news rooms and head"
quarters for newspapers ar.d made us
all at home at once. The eating hous
es are just about ready, and things
will move ff to-niorrcw a? If greased.
Gen. Mar.derson went down with us.
Com'r Alexander and Post Com'r
Gould are tljinj round to make things
work smoothly. All the boys are gl ad
they came so tar. Thu hand shaking
and "Why I never" and "Bill is that
you" ar.d "Do y u inieiu!er so and
so" have cntinuenced already, verily, ,-i
Re-Union is a yteat thing.
It looks like rain here, but I guess
fortune will favor us and 1-ick be on
our sidtt for once. It cools tilings
even if it does wet 'em, a littln.
The Lancaster County Fair com
mences to-moirmv and the question in
L. is will the Ke-Union hart the tail
or help it. Mai 4iu:te made his open
ing address to-day. .Short, pithy, ;;ood
all over. You can get. it from the pa
pers. Moi to-inuirow if I get time.
You is. Mac
Lincoln, Tuesday Sept. 6.
I'm not a j;otd yuer.str, t.t all; I
guessed last night that we would have
Ud luck and it would not rain.
Tuesday morning it did open fair, but
before nine it commenced blowing
fearfully, the dust flew the thermom
eter wiis way up vcr a hundred
and just before noon the heat, and
wind and dust became almost un
bearable. Whack! dash! almost with
out warning the wind changed, t he
sky became overcast, and a little, after,
two it was raining hard with a cold
wind from the north, aud it kept it up
more or less ail the afternoon; nev
ertheless a good ('amp Fiio was held
in the evening.
Wednesday opened rainy i'nd the bins
feit blue enough. At ten, "Ouicers
call" sounded, and Use division com
manders ..ud oflicers of Posts assem
bled in Gen. Maudersoifs quarters,
where a discussion ensued on the ad
visability of breaking camp.
The general opinion was that sol
ditis ought not to take the back track
for a little rain, and tli.it in justice to
the committer on giounds Sic, the
camp should be main'.aii.ed until
really forced to abandon it by much
worse weather.
This announcement made from the
grandstand was received with cheers
and the boys pluckily toughed it out.
Wednesday was a bad one all day.
Thursday cleared up however and we
think to-d.iy ar.d to-morrow will more
than make up for the disappointment
of Tuesday and Wednesday. "Our
band" took the persimmons though,
and kept the camp alive with music.
Don't know wtiat we would have done
but for comrades Ilawley, Ilolloway,
Dunsten, Bradshaw and others. There
is a silver lining to every cloud and
ours is spreading. Mac
Ouu correspondent from Three
Groves gives us some items of tho
stoim last week. Wednesday night,
which wrought considerable damage
south and west of us. From Mr.
Lloyd we learn that the damage was
equally severe about Eicrht Mile Grove.
Mr. Johnson was building a new house
which was blown off the foundation
as also was Mr. Win. lihodeu's. Mr.
Jesse McVeigh's buildings were all un
roofed except his house. The corn
was all swept flat. A good deal of
hail fell. Tin storm as near as we
can make out seemed to lift at inter
vals an 1 then sweep down againj
Some sect ions apparently in the line
of the storm not receiving much dam
age. Owing to our absence we unavoid
ably omitted mention of the death of
Hon. II. S. Kaley, at Red Cloud, Web
ster Co., which occurred week before
last. Mr. Kaley was a lawyer and his
practice in the western counties was
extensive. He had occupied several
important state and county offices,
among them a delegate to the Repub
lican National Convention of 1876;
president of the state board of educa
tion; a member of the state Fish Com
mission, and just before his death he
had been appointed Consul to Chem
nitz. He was but thirty-seven years '
of age, and was cut off in the veiy
prime of an honorable and useful ca
reer. By death, resignation or appoint
ment in the U. S. service there are sev
eral vacancies in our Legislature at
present, notably: C. II. Van Wyck,
state senator from Otoe, elected U. S.
senator; T. L. Schick, rep., from Ne
maha; and S. II. Kaley, rep., from Web
ster, who have died since the legisla
ture adjourned. We presume the Gov
ernor will issue a proclamation to
have their places filled at this fall elec
tion. How to get Sick.
Expose yourself day and night; eat
too much without exercise; work too
hard without rest; doctor all the time;
take all the vile nostrums advertised,
and theu you will want to know
HOW To OKT WELL.
Which is answered in three words
Take Hop Bitters! See another col-u-jan.
Meeting of the UcpnMican Central Com
mittee of Cass County,
The Republican Central Committee
of Cass County met at Eight Mile
Grove, pursuant to call, on Saturday,
Sejt. 3d, 1831, and w ere called to order
by the chairman, J no. A. MacMurphy.
Mr. J. F. Polk was elected Secretary.
Thirteen 'Utmbers of the Committee
being present the business of the meet
ing was proceeded with.
On motion S tturday, Oct. lst 131,
was divided upon as the dav for hold
ing the convention.
Oa motion LouisTille was selected
as I he plat"?.
There were three nominations ma le,
Louisville. Weeping. Waler and Platts
moiilh. The ballot stood : Louisville,
8; Weeping Water, 4; Plattsrooutli 1
13. Louisville having the majority
w as declared the place of holding
convention. Eleven o'clock a. m. was
then tixed as the time of holding con
vention. On motion the Primaries were call
ed to met on Saturday, Sept. 31th, at
the times and places, mentioned in the
"Call."
It was if commended that each Con
tral Committeeman in each precinct
be present at and act as chairman at
the Primaries, until they were duly
opened and organized.
It was alno recommended that the
chairman of the County Central Com
mittee aC as chairman of the County
Con ven ion until such time as it is or
ganized and ready for Fusiness, by the
adoption or otherwise of the report of
committer on credentials.
An appoi tion.nent was made on the
basis of one delegate) at large in each
precinct and ward, and one for every
13 republican votes cst for Mr. V.il- j
entitle for Congress.
Messrs. Barnes. Rich :irdson an I Ash
iniin m ide t he report which, a.1 tor
considerable debate was adapted in
full as th committor rendered it.
On motion the Secret. uy was em
powered to draw up a formal call for
Convention to elect couniy officers and
thirteen delegates to the Stale Con
vention, at Lincoln. Oct. 3th, 1331.
On motion it was recommended that
ail proxies to Co in'y or State Conven
tion be from tlio same ward or pre
cinct as the delegate elected and in
writing; and that in case of absence of
any delegates and proxies Aoru any
precinet or ward the delegates present
cast the full vole of that ward or pie
cinct. Oa motion the Committeo adjourned.
J no. A. MacMltipht.
J. F. Polk, Chairman.
Secretary.
We have received a copy of "Tte
Dictionary of E 'In: it ion and Instruc
tlon," edited by Henry Kiddie and A.
J. Sch Mii, and published by E. steigher
vt Co., Xew York; notice of which ha
been given in our columns before. Mr.
Kiddle has been for many years Chief
Superintendent of the Xew York City
schools and for several years principal
of the Normal school in the same
place. ProL Seheui was one of the
Assistant Superintendents of Xew
York City, and occupying such posi
tions their advantages for the compil
ation of such a work were the very
best. The Dictionary ;s a sort of con
densation of a still larger work by
Messrs. Kiddle & Sehem, called the
Cyclopaedia of Education. Produced
by the urgent demand for a work
which should be more compact and at
more moderate cost than the Cyclopae
dia. This work must supply the de
mand most admirably, we should
think, and a teacher once in possession
of it could hardly do without it. We
have not space for a further notico
but any teacher or person interested
in education who may desire at any
time to examine the work will tind
our copy ready for their inspection.
The publisher's of Rev. Dr. Robin
son's "Spiritual Songs for thp Sunday
School" have just, issued a Utile book
containing only the hymns of that
work and selling for one half the
money. It will be a most desirable
supplement to the large bo.ik, greatly
increasing its usefulness, and placing
it within the reach of ihe largest mis
sion schools. The new edition is pret
tily bound in Hexibio red c loili, and
cs.sts 1 ut SO cuts. The complete tune
edition, bound in si iff boards, covered
with red cloth, with red edges, cost h
40 cents to schools in quantities. It is
said that the sales of the latter work
have mounted up into the seoies f
tuousaiius since us issue a year ago,
(The Century Co., New York.)
The Apache Outbreak
The telegraphic dispatches of Sat
urday announced another terrible In
dian massacre at Apache Ft it. Ari-
zona Ten ltorv. auu repotted the ohcr ;
- 1
in command. Gen. Carr, six tfficersand
110 men massacred. Subsequent dis- i
pitches modifyed this report very ma- !
terially and as the news now stands. !
. :
Capt. Ilentig and ten men only are the ;
victims. The facts so far as ascertain
ed seems to be that Gen. Cair with
about 110 men marched forty-five miles
from Fort Apache to arrest seme
medicine men who had been attempt
ing to incite the Indians against the
troupH and after arresting the medi-
cine men weie attacked by the Indians
with the loss above mentioned. Af
ter which they retreated to Fort
Apache. The Indians are now on the
war path. Pursued a train on the S.
Pacific road near Wildoa for ix miles,
attacked Forts Browne and Apache,
and have killed a number of settlers
and ranchmen. True priticulars are
very tli.licult to obti'in. Several cour
iers having been sent with dispatches
who did not get through.
eTP'g--na ' in ii mil i i
The newspapers that have been
abusing Vice President Arthur are be
giiung to hedge. We observed it in
Denver and sea they have taken the
alarm here. If the President lives we
suppose they'll break out in s me new
spot though
Gov. Furnas ha3 been appointe ; on
the Agricultural commission to visit
California, Xew Mexico, and other
western regions. The Hf.uald had
the pleasure of meeting him at Lin
coln Tuesday on his way west.
FROM
IENT.
THK Pit EM-
His Removal to Long Branch.
-Tuesday uiornin, Sept. Gih. at about
live o'clock the journey of the Pres
ident from the White House to Long
Branch began, it Sieving been decided
a very necessary, although somewhat
hazardous experiment. The early
morning was considered the best time
to avoid as much as possible the ex
treme heat. He was carried on the
bed en which lie had lain for so many
weeks, to an express wagon, wi.ich
was iiowly driven to tha Pa. R. R.
where stood the special train and car
provided for the tiip. Here the Pres
ident was again moved by Drs. Biiss.
Boynton and Reybum, and Gen. Swain,
Col. Rock well and Col. Corbin, to the
car provided for him. A cro - d lined
the ro.il and thy depot but the utmost
sympathy and silence prevailed. The
train was run at an average speed of
forty miles her hour, it having been
found that the more rapid motion did
n.t cause any more vibration of the
President's bed than a slower one.
Three quarters of a mile of track
bad been temporarily built from the
depot at Long Branch t Franklin
Cottage wheie the President was to
be taken, and at 1 :13 p. in. the train
reached the Cottage and the president
was safely moved to his quarters with
in. II is exceeding desire to be liu.ved
and the disturbance consequent had
caused a high pulse and some restless
ness during the day and night pre
vious, but the journey wa borne ex
ceedingly well, his pulse falling seme
fight or ten degrees.
Tl.e result of his journey will be
watched for iai ing the next two oi
three days with intense interest, much
being hoped fx mi the pura air of the
sea shore, as an aid in the struggle fi
all englii.
The m si iat::isc sympathy' was
inani ai -i ov the crowds gathered ail
along ii'.r line i f the journey, a sym
pathy displayed in the most sendble
t..anut-r by t' quiet which was so
necessary to the welfare of the won tid
ed President.
Higher Education.
For The IIkru.d.
At the session of the Nebraska Con
ference held ?.t Lincoln two years ago,
the Nebraska Conference Seminary
was established and located at York.
The success of this institution of
learning, in the first twoytars of its
existence has been highly gratifying
to ail interested in thu wellfare of the
school.
The tirst year 75 students were en
loiied, and the catalogue just issued
shows nu attendance of 137 the past
year or nearly 30 per cent, increase
over the previous year.
The school cllers especial advan
tages to all desiring special training
in any department.
The course of studies consist of (1)
a prepiraloiy course, (2) a business
course. '3) a normal course, (1) a fine
art course, (5) a musical course, (6) a
scientitic course, (7) a Philosophical
course.
The exercises at the recent coin
mencment exhibited the thorough
work done at the institution. The
examinations which were of a rigid
character showed that faithful and
efficient work had been done Loth by
Faculty and the students. The per
formances of the iiteraiy societies
were of a high older and wouid have
done credit to any school of learning.
There are great inducemenls to send
children to York to be educated, on
account of the healthf ulness of the
place, aud tlie moral sentiment of tho
inhabitants, and tim certainty that re
ligious iuiluences will bo brought to
bear on the minds of the students, not
of a denominational nature, but cal
culated to inspire respect for the
principles of Christianity.
The tail term begins Sept. 3 1st.
Examination for ;;duu.v-ioi Sept. 3Uti.
Address Rev. Thomson, Ph.D., Yo:k,
Nebraska, for catalogue or any infor
mation desired about the school.
The drouth in many places eatt of
us is producing much suffering and
loss. On the 1st page telegrams of
last week show a deplorable condition
in parts of Kentucky, Illinois and In-
diana. Our farmers may congratulate
themselves that dry as it is here, they
! have not had to sell stock for want of
j feed or pasturage jet, nor have our
i wells or streams dried up to such an ex
tent as to make water inaccessible.
j A Worn an's Experience.
! T.il l.:il ..,..t .1 -l 1 t .ll t Ctlllll.l fVil
, , . ,. J .. . f, .....;.
.1 1 -, i-n 1 it-lion in t-(-il!ir ill u e.'ll tlir-s
and languor too constantly opresses
them. "If 1 am cross and fretful from
the exhaustion of vital powers and
color is fading from my face, I ah
ways tmd immediate relief m thai ex-
...., ... m,.,iv. inker's Gin-er Tonic.
which seems to build up my sv.-tem
and drive away pain ;nd melancholy
with wonderful certainty. Several of
my friein.s have expeiieiiced the same
benefit from its use." A Buffalo lady
24t3
Par i fife J n a v t i a It e in s.
From ihe Gazette.
James G. Clark, the ballad singer,
i nlertained a small audience last week
Monday night.
A Iris of drunken men frightened a
team of horses driven by Mr. Wm.
Baker, and they running away, over
turned the wagon, and threw out the
occupants injuring them severely.
Mrs. Woodhuist is taking an eastern
trip.
Maj. Woodhurst. is talked of as the
Republican candidate fvr sheriff.
Died: at Council Bluffs, Sunday,
August 31st, Mrs. George .West, of
East Plattsmouth.
I'nirersity of Nebraska.
The Fall term opens Sept. lS'h.,
183i. Tuition free to nil. Xo charge
for incidental expenses. Board costs
from 3 to S3. Thoee entering the
Preparatory department must be pre
pared for examination iu Orthography,
Reading, Geography, Common School
Arithmetic, hhiglish Grammar and
U. S. History. A teacher's certificate
is accepted in lieu of the examination.
Further information may be ob
tained by sending for catalogue.
E. B. Fairfield,
34t3 Chancellor.
THK LATEST
"0ur Etmptrante Column
KDITKll HT TI1K WOMAN'S CHKISTIAX TEJI
PEKAXCK UNIOX.
For God. and Home, and Native Land."
Our Exchanges oa 'Ihe Luke Blnf and
I'lattsbary, Mo., Teaiparanee Camp
.letting. The following iu-ius are taken from
the Ciitcagd papci;
KNOL'Uil TO ; j AllOL.SU.
Lake Bluff, 111, Aug. 3o.
Dauntless many of me leaders of the
"Kingdom" nave hv.trd of the old
lady w ho, after a iong life of poverty
and toil, was enabled to take a letlful
view of the ocean, wliun sue warnestly
exclaimed, "Thank heaven, there is
enough of it; enough to go around."
During li.e past fev d.iys, after a
summer of ununiai care and toil, it
lias been our privilege to attend the
temperance convention at Lake Bluff,
where we have had so much genuine
eloquence, hopeful enthusiasm, and
trust in humanity that we have ex
claimed earnestly, "Thank God, there
is enough moral courage, enough un
selfish patriotism, enough genuine
philantiirophy to go round j es, to go
round and through this later civiliza
tion, and bring our struggling human
ity up to a higher point than has ever
been readied. Euough love and trust
and belief in humaiiiiy to claim for
every tempted and suffering child of
earth an all-loving Father and an im
mortal hope.
The enthusiasm incident to surging
crowds was wanting. There was a
little display of banners, and a lack of
inspiring music, and yet it has never
been our privilege to hear crowded
into one twemy-lour hoars three such
arguments in behalf of temperance
and human lights as tiiase uttered at
tlie Lake Bluff convocation by the
Hon. Geo. B on. Colonel Woodford,
and .7. B. Finch esq., of Lincoln, Neb.;
through lac.i of wiii h surged the
strong uim!h ci.r; . nv of faith m right
ami tiutli and tiwt in (1-J and the
people. Saeh utterances, such fear
less vindication of tlie rights of hu
niani v t;iv om. new fauii in nian-ho-'d,
new trust in humanity, and
wrh such c.'iw.'ioif , iln-ii victory is
sure. Wou.d that we could send
echoing aim it-echoing through every
timid s ml throughout the universe,
and the key noie so clearly and
strongly by Mr. Finch, "Cempromise
on a question of morality is worse
than defeat; aud rest assured that no
question is ever settled until it is set
tled right."
Many other prominent workers are
hero whose earnest thoughts have not
yet been voiced, meanwhile the
question is constantly recurring," Will
these earnest men and women wisely
use this great opportunity for the de
velopment of some united practical
plan of action, some direct union of
effort V
We hope to hear an exhaustive de
bate upon each of the proposed meth
ods of future action. Tho need of a
prohibition party, tlie best methods
for influencing existing political or
ganizations, the wisdom of an alliance
with the equal suffrage party. The
great need of the temperance reform
is organized action.
Elizabeth Boynton Hakbert.
Col. Bain said: "The liquor folks
weic weighed in the balance and
found wanting. There was nothing
on their side but broken hearts, ruined
homes and tears. There ere yj.000,
UUO bushels of grain used to make
liqtiur. This was equal to many mill
ions of loaves of bread. Couid these
be converted fnto a roadway it would
reach from Lake' Bluff to Chicago,
Chicago to St. Louis, thence to Kansas
City, Horn there to Omaha, on to the
Pacific Ocean, thence back to the At
lantic. These loaves would -make a
pillar 100 leet square and 3,i00 feet
high. A man with a cart would ie
quhe 1,0'JQ years to remove it, or l,0i0
carts for one year. It would be better
for the caits to dump tho bread in the
ocean than put it to its present use.
Whisky was said to be good for a
morning drink. A cup of cold water
and a breath of God's pure air was the
only beverage for such use. It was
good for neither health nor disease'
wealth nor happiness, north or south,
time rr ttornity. It was bad and
only bad; bad in friendship, bad in
every tiling. A man once jumped up
in the audience and said whisky was
good for rattl-snake biles. Then, re
plied the speaker, rartle-snake Lites
aiegcd for whisky. There should be
one ra. tie-snake bite for every saloon
Time were millions lost iu this coun
try annually for whisky."
The St. Louis Reporter says; "Out
of ihe fullness of things here, 1 can do
hardly more than group a few. leading
thoughts. Messrs. Bain, Johnson and
Woodford, and Miss Willard traverse
the w hale country by the year. They
l agree that the past year's advance in
sentiment anil aeierminaiien lowaru
prohibition is everywhere clear and
strong. And it is the feeling not only
of these four but of a large majority
oi the observers here that the time
and public feeiir.g are ripe for ihe tem
perance shibboleth iu politics as the
law-maker of the countiy. It is also
the sense of this assembly that license
is not temperanc, its lull euforc liient
not practicable; that woman suffrage
is necessary to complete prohibition;
that relief in this form is rapidly ap
proaching; and that people should
j support their home ergan lor sobriety
I be l ore subscribing farther oiT. But
prohibiuuy law is not set down as of
j value unless peblic sentiment is up
even with it. Tor instance li.e title
deeds of Greeley, Col., contain piohib
iiion; bu Woodford there saw chronic
Fee l of tcform in the home, at com
munion, at.u hard celcr in the lunch
baskets d school children.
Judge J.W.C. Watson, of Mississ
ippi has also takm great interest in
ilie convocation, spending two weeks
of his Miiiiint-r vacation here. He re
ports very active temperance senti
ment and act. on in his home Slate for
prohibition. Col. Bain pats the argu
ment fcr total Hbatiuenee versus mod
erate uriiiKiug in ii. it, teiae iorui:
Moderation invites drunkenness, and
bailee is bad; tetal abstinence is so
briety and sobiieiy never hurt any
body. Mr. Finch indexed progress in
Nebraska thus; Some year s ag- nobody
in ail Omaha wa,s know n te keep open
house on Xew Years without wine;
last Xew Years nobody la all Omaha
and Lincoln was known to offer wine.
He argues for the right to prohibit on
the basis that sulaons a:e parasitic oa
the body, tucking without producing;
and that therefore society may como
them out with the same light as
the unfortunate man :;iay comb lice
from his hair.
Dr. Johnson presents a box of viis
lahfh'd oil ogn-ic, vitriel, bitter al
monds, wine oil, juniper, aqua foitis,
nitric acid, aloes, logwood, strychnine,
etc., and details how forty gallon of
wine, brandy or Holland gin is made
from these drugs. His shewing is
enough to give delirium tremens to
evwti a modera'.e drinker.
Read Hendricks' opinion
and things ou first page.
of men
THE MARKETS.
HOME MARKETS.
GRAIN AND rUODUCE.
Wednesday, Kept. 7, 1881.
1 00
40
40 "45
W heat. N'i).2..
Corn, ear
shelled
Oats
llarley. No. 2
Hve
Native Cattle
HoK-
Iiuner
Fs
Fott'.t.if
15
Gt CO
it (5 ,v
12 V:!-'
I .Yif.l W
NEW YORK MvRKKTS.
Nw Yoijk, Sent.
' S
7. lsi.
1 44-,
4i-: w
Monev 4
Wheat...
Rye
Corn
Oats .. .
CHICAGO MARKETS.
Ciiicaoo. Sept. 17. I.skI
$ 4 Ml 'J.S"
cj.i :s
wi4
?.'.'4
1 l3
1 H3
Flour. . .
Wheat .
"orn . . .
Oats
?:ve
IUi U-v .
1.1 VK STOCK.
lloir. nhipidiiK. -Cattle.
Sheep
?ti mfi ef, 2s
4 W '.- ;" 60
3 Ttt'ii I 00
Send for our
Xew Illustra
ted Price-Lint
Xo. 30, for
Fall and Win
ter of 1331. Free to any address. Con
tains full description of all kinds of goxls
for personal and family use. We deal
directly with the consumer, and sell all
gooJs in any quantity at wholesale prices.
You can buy better and cheaper than at
home.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
127 and 229 Wabash Avenue.Chicago.IlL
HEW FURNITURE STORE !
HARRIS .& UNRUH,
OKAIKUS IX
FURNITURE f COFFINS,
:i':d .-.11 kind of iro Js usually kept In a
I'S 'i-T' t'l.AX FFKMTI Itt: MTOIti:
Also, a very complete cteck of
Fnn3ral Goois. Coins. Caskets, Rotes.
EM3LEMS,' ic.
SpeeiHl attention given to tie proper eare of
the dead, ni:rht or day. A Hrt-c!ass hear-e and
carriages, with jtersonal attendaie-e whenever
desired, Ciiakoks alw ays kkaso.n ai-.i.e.
South .Side Lower iToin Shei t,
24H3 1M. ATTS.MOL'TH. NEK.
TKWTIMOXI.VliTi IH. FKi-I.O WJ.
WE. the undersigned. Clergymen of the
Methodist-Chnreh hi Nova Scotia, hav
I ii ii ufd the preparation known as Fki.i.ovvV
Compoi n o S kit of llvroeinisi'iir; f.s. pre
pared hy Mr. Jamks 1. Fki.i.osvs. Chemist. St.
.lolm. N. 15 . or having known ea-es n herein its
effeets were leiiel!'-:al. Believe it to he a relia
ble remedy for the disiiis'es for whieh it is
recommended.
.Ja.iiks i;, Hkn.moai:. John Mi Mi hiiav,
Pres. of Conference. Ex-l'res of Conference
W.M SHKOK.Vr. KlHHAltl) W. WkhuAi i.,
,JOHS A. .MosilKK, Al.KX. W . NtcHOLSOX.
.lOII.V W. HoWlK. CKANSWIf'K Josr,
stithkn F. Hri'.sTis. Kowi.ank Mok rnx,
Jons Johnson.
f7 ihe proprietor has letter" from virions
parts of the Dominion, the Fvited S! ites. and
Irom !;;ii!:i.iid vei living the adenines herein
cn;.t:iined. whieh v. ii! lie ?lio I. at ln ol'li e. on
application. Jdo-y 'l .t" to the cnr.- oi his-ea'-s
of tile Lanes. liearl. Stomach, &e.
FELLOWS' COVFC-L'ND SYRLT5 OF hYPOP-
H0SPHITE3
Speedily an 1 pcrinan.-titly cures ('nu"-l ion of
the l.iiu.rs, llroisehilis. ( 'onsiiMipt ion. Nervous
l'ro.j r.it ion. Sh.r::-ess of l.reaih. Palpitation
of the Heart. Treinhiiaj of the Hands and
I.inUis. l'i, ie:d a::d Mental Depression, I.osn
of Appetite. I.os of Enetyy. I.i's of Memory,
and w ill rapioly i'liprove she. weakened fiine
tioiis and oiyaim of the bod v. which depend
for health upon volar.tarv and involuntpiy
nci von - action . It act- wiih vUor.uenileness.
anil suht'et j . ( w h i: ; o t he i)i:isit harmony of
its ingredients, akiii to pare hi-md hseif.
For sale hy ail lraii-t.
VY. F. MORRISON, Prop.
BEEF,
MUTTON.
route.
V1IIVKEX8.
il-c , (c..
Constantly on Hand.
Everything First-class.
at Lowest Rates.
Main St. between 4.'h ana r.ih Sis.. North Si.le.
rLA TTSMOU'J' II. NEB. l!)ly
iii;.i. !:;; in
Hardware, Cutlery, Fails,
STOVLrS and TIN-V AHE.
Iron.. Wood Stork, rumps,
Ammunition,
FIELD iC- HARDEN SEEDS, UOi'E,
AND ALL KINDS OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kepi in Stock.
32 a!t',il-airl:i,
DON E V I I ir
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
AU Work Warranted.
ut
PLATTSMOUTH
SILVER HBLICON BAND,
-oi.v.rosKi or
'MSI sit 11 1; .12 ::3i ij 1: i:
Is now fully prepared to f.iroi-h music f'jr iiy
anil all tven-iops.
A Tt:t-ciiIi Ors-atiizafioii
with a eisiph-t" r.nd well selected repertoire of
BRASS BAND MUSIC
Ordeis ics-.-evt iii'ily c..U'-:t.-'t Terms reasonable
Appy to ,1. i. VOL'MC, i. O. liook Sti.re, or
lvtf J. FIN LEY JOHNSON. Stc'y.
J.
F. BAUfEISTEP.
Furrmli. s Fr'j'h, I'ure Milk
ui:i.J vi;iii;s laii.y.
Special call- atttnded t . and Freh Milk
from K.iine cow lui.i-Uej w hen wanted. 4!y
BRICK! BRICK
If von want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
Cali on
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
sr.
j'ElLOWS
s.Cor.1 joou nS:j ?f f$
BOHS' BRICK YARD.
In the rear of the IJonnor Stables
OX FOURTH STREET.
GOOD HAltD
First-Class Brick,
NOW
READY AND FOR SALE.
Will do Contract Woik and iJuaruntie
Satisfaction.
,. HONS & SON,
13in3 I'lattsnioiitli. Xen.
GOODS
Goods
AMI-
er
than any w lu i e esi of the .ssinslpp! Faver
AT
FRED, GORDER'S
Mai'i. hetw. Third and Fourth Streets.
East of Court House,
ALE KINDS OF
Agricultural
Implements,
tiie best and latest iinprove-l patterns.
Satisfaction (Juarantecd.
ALL FARMERS
know what I keep, nnd my Spring aud Sn i.iner
stock is now ready.
Give Gorder a call.
Anything needed on a Farm can he f nnd here.
In addition, I have added ail kinds of
Buggies Wagons
AND
FENGE WIRE.
o
O J. Ij
IN SEASON.
O
EeT-UOX'T FOIM1ET TIIE PEACE.
jC';a week In your o.vn town
renns and
V"-M-'olltUt liec
Address, II. II A I, I. ki t & Co
For! land. Mainv.
401 y
E. Gh Dovey &S011,
AT TIIE OLD STAND,
Still fin! thenir'elvcN at h'inie to Cass County
Farmers and all their o'd customer.
We have this Winur our us
ual full and larytr hues oj
goods than, perhaps, erct l.
fore. As the growth of the
country has demanded large)
stocks, and of a better class, wt
Jtace endeavored to meet that
demand. In
Eats, Caps, Gloves I Mittens
for Winter wear, we have a
large antl varied assortment at
reduced rates.
DKESS G-OOIDS
of all kinls. Dress Trimmings
of the latest styles. Buttons in
endless variety, our line of
NOTIONS
is exceedingly large, and we
t.'tiuk, well selecletl.
LADIES SII01.S MEN'S AND BMYS BOOTS
AND SHOES, CHILDREN'S AND
MISSES SHOES.
to suit all persons and alljjurses
A very full line of
;I.,A'!'VAHK AMI STOXKH AHK,
which vou must see to select from.
G-ROOEBIES r
Soiars of standard grades,
fflpinofthe finest qualities, selected hy our
1 UUii selves.
pnfFpnn "f many brands, especially our own
uUiiCun brandofFMK.su kkaitk.p cokkkk
ealled the ".MEKHjl'E." lry it and see. before
purchasing elsewheie.
Dried Fruits of all kinds, fresh and sweet.
Fresh. Crackers a Specialty.
CANN ED GOODS from all quarter. Very tine
California onds.
OhEEN WINTElt AI'I'LEK
by Ihe barrel or bushel.
In all these branches we shall en
deavor to cell an Uiw a tniii one. and
as is possiple to do a soi;m kusi
nks.s. We invite attention and will
Miow all that call our txoods. Don't
he afraid t. ask for what you want,
and call often and early.
37ln3 E. ;. DOVEY & .SON. Flattsmouth Neb.
O. SCHLEGEL,
Successor to 8'HLKski. & Nik.man.I
Mnuftictiilers of
IFIZLNTIE CIG-AB.
And dealers in
SMOKEF.S' FANCY AICTICLES, SMOKINO
and CHEWINO
TOBACCO .
Special BltANDS an 1 si.es of CIOAliS made to
order, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ciar
c)iil:irH 'old for sinokii"'!' obaeeo.
Mai- street, one door west of J. S. Duke's isrorfc
Ojijxi(c IPoff Office.
Plattsmouth, Xeii. Iin3
WILLIAM 17EROLD,
dealer in
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHS
FLANNKLS.
FUIiNISHINO OOOI)
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS
Iii'c stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
:o:-
Notions, Queensware,
and in fact everything you csu tail for i:i
the line of
General Merchandise.
CASH PAID FOK HIDKb AND WHS.
Alt kinds of country wioduce taker
ehani;e fortgoods.
n ex
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Uetail Dealers ii
L'IXE LUMIJEK,
LATH.
SHINGLES.
SASH,
DOOKS,
BLIXDS,
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
Mau street. Comer of Fifth,
ri ATTSJVI0UII, XEB.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
v mm ma mm m mm mi Nren 1pu. resdi
. I I . m I My-mmmm- ""lllVl .llltt
Daniel F. lieatly, U asliu t.loi:. N. .1.
REVISED NEW TESTAMENTS !
Illnslrntril. I hrtiprnt ami lUil. Sellsiil dulit.
"Na PICTORIAL BIPLES!
Asenls wnnlcil . J. HOLM AN .V Co. la.
WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
II ETA L. TI P IAM p WICK !
Ptd Dee. 7, 18 SO.
tilres a BrilliaLt. White and Su adr
liJIUi n'i,u.it . lo. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ..lid l.isls for
in intlis. iitnp'e vMck lo ct.. a e. n ks ... cis.. Ii
wicA.s 7."'., pNta;:e paid. Have three nn, A
I! a id 1 1. Aiielils allied. Aidi MKIAI.
TIF I. AMI' WICK CO , 70 Coitln ill M.. X. V.
60LD MEDAL AWARPFD THE A'JTHOR.
a i:w a (rr.'i t ."lf:i. :. V.n. k,
rrnt.-.l t !il.jntkinlclia.'.i.
est. iuni.ttsj..i.ie i
niD. rnl It .ril 'H Ki-ini.n .t
kftnti-. r7 A I '" b0!l in lir...kt French
' J UlII .;.17l. Pill TH Tfl .H!!!?ia..VV
lKfti.''niaeiKtM.!e.tiiiii h:e I
enravitiKH. !-' r.ttiorH.
j.'iraoniy i H.-ttt ijr iriait:
. llliiKfrat..,! sitnTiV. 0 c. : .M-tid
now. Ai?lr.M 1'ttiiw.e. v.t'.n.
e.l InKtj! ntor Ir W.II I'aii-
LUti'it THYSELF. ""'" N'ohu:iia.ii.t,.i;iua
CUTlCURA Farmanently Cures Humor of the
Soalp rnd Skin.
'uttei:r.i rc'iiedies are for sale by all dru iKls
Flieeof li't l. I i: a. a Medieltaf Ily.. se all
boves. M c . la lire boxes. l. Cl I HI iii'l'IMil.
v K.N'i . tl.e ww Flood l i.ritb'r. ! per bottle.
Cltli 1 IM ?d r 1 ill 1 N A I. It'll KT St.AP, "5C.
T I ll ITA M I- 1H I N l. Ml A I m; SmaI". l.'.e. ;
inbaisf ii ImiIicis ami bure ei iisinin-is Ui
Frincii-al ITep .t. WF.KKS I'Ol lKK.
I'ostiili, Aj;1SS.
t t7All ttiailed fl ee on leet Ipt .if pi h e.
Have i you
Any p-r-on to In-serion-ly III wilhoiita weak
stomach or inactive liver oi kidney-'.' Ami
w hen these ortrans are in food eoiidil hn do u
in. I tind tin ir wm r enjoj irnr (.'ond beallh?
I'nrUfi's iiiri-i1 'I'onle idi.y ifirol.-'l.-s
1 hese Impel tan t tirir.-niH. and never fai l to make
Ihe bloo-i rh h ::nd pure, and to renut hen v
ery part of the fyntcTii. It ha-cured buiolreiU
ol'desi airin ; in alids. Ask oe.r i.eihbor about
It. sn
J. G- CHAniBERS-
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TfllJNTIE: JK.2TJD HEAVY
EI il liL M 33 S
Also, a full Ii ;e of
SADDLES,
COLLARS,
BRIDLES,
Wll I l'f
HORSE CLOTHINO, ETC., ETC
REPAIRING
Done lieatly ami promptly at i-horl notice at bis
PLACE,
Directly onposile Fost Uliee. I'lattsniouth. 'b.
None but the best of stock nseil !
XEW mUCK VAKO.
I have now a new 'trick-Maker from ihe east
First-Class Workman.
130,000 No. 1 Brick
Now Itcadv and for sale. Come and Fxi'inii.e
tl.ein for Yonielve. If they
fall m a man ofT k''s
his head.
Will Not lis Uaiei sold fcr a Qmlliy oi Bnct
I am also i.ow ieaiy to Coiitraet for
all kinds of ViuiMinH ami to put
tip any kind of work in
IJiick wanted.
JK1HIV II AltTM AX.
At l.iy place on VS ndib'Klon Avenue or at F.
S. WinleV Sto'v on Main Street, I'lattsniouth,
Nebraska. I.rnii3
NEW
Livery, Feed & Sale
STABLE
Or an Old Stable in new hands entirely.
The New Finn of
PATTI USON A DIX0X,
open Ihe (1
STREICIT BARN
on t!; Cori.er of Hill and I'-arl Streets witn j
New Livery Outfit.
tiOOIi IIO!:.-FS AND CAEKIACF.S at all
tinier
jior.sEs i on sa lk.
HuitsF.s imi'isnr ai sot.it,
HOUSES KEPT HY THE OA V Oil WEEK.
Call ami see I'ATTKRsOX Sc DIXOX
MIKE SCHNELLBACHER,
Sil.Jli i .V,jf 77
liousF. hoi:in;,
an r
VV Al.Il N I.FI'AlIMNt.
All kin.ls of
FA KM IMPLEMENTS
neii'led
Nearly d- I'm mp Ip
Horse, Mule A Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that hit
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and aee us.
n Filth S' between Main -AT.i Vine Streets,
ust acros re corner from I he X KW ii KKA I I
CKKKK. luv'
STKEIGUT A 3ULI .K,
Harness Manufacturer,
SADDLES
LItlDI.E.S
COI.LAUS.
and all kinds of Iiainesi sti.rk, constantly on
hand.
Repairing of all Kinds !
NEA TL Y DONE c:; SHORT NOTICE
2TEW HARNESS !
TURNED OUT IN SHORT oRfER
And Satisfaction (Inai an'eed.
i rKetin-laber the pl.ice. Onpositc lie-..
F.oeck s i-ill lire SU.n-.iin I.owei Main slice I,
I'lallsu:o!i!!i. N.. !i.
21-1?; ST HEIGHT if- MILLER.
J0IIX SJIA.X0X?S
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
AND
HEARSE I FUN BR. Alii.
T KOTICE !
I want f.ll of ir.y Hccoimts ndlled lo tlute
i.U'1 I stiuli !o i ' .nor.- credit buir.fs-. All old'
j'.ecoeuis iim.st he si 'tiled i.p. anil no new one
w ill be n.a.le. I l.lesssrieh accounts are rettled
ehrtlj f ::ey m ;i! be cued.
I w.sh to .io astiiclly cash business .. fut,
JOHN SIIANN,,...
I'lattsmotilii. Neb.
nN'l)
MACHINE SHOTS!
JOiir "W"A.-JTiM:.A:rr
lt.ATTMoi-Tll. X hl.
Iitjairer of Sltam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Gri t MUU
A! AM) HTKA3I FITTFtnS.
frouelit Iron pipe. Force and Lifr Fipts.sieam
GaUKc Safety-Valve Oovrrcirs. and all
k:..s of Itrass Ftu-nie Fittinjts.
repaired on short notitv.
FARM MACHINEM-V
7?A WEEK. 2 a day at home eHsiiy niH.ie
f . osuy omnt iu-e. Atlil
Atldresn, 1 1'UK & l'o..
Augusta. Al.iine.
i
T7 S1'
any
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