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PLATTSMOUTII. DEC. 8, 1881
Oar Club List.
Here we ire with our Club List. To every
rufetcrifrer who pays fer the comin? year In ad
TaneewewlllglTeacopy of Kendall's "Horse
and Hit Diseases" free. As will be noticed by
loeking orer this list carefully, several pretn
lotai are offered by other papers and majja
slnes. to our readers can, IX they wish, obtain
two premiums a well as two papers at low
THS : FBMK.
HrralA and Inter-Ocean, tweekly) 2 75
" 8t. Louis Globe-Democrat... 2 75
" Chicago Herald, weekly.... 2 40
dally 6 15
" ' Burlington Hawkeye 2 75
" Louisville Courier-Journal.. . 06
" Leslie's Ills. Newspaper..... 4 15
-1 " N. Y. Times, (em-weekly)... 4 15
- - Sun. (weekly) 2 65
" Toledo Blade. 3 00
Iowa Fanner, (and Garfield
Omaha Republican (A prem). 2 75
Omaha Bee (and prem.) 3 5
American Agriculturist 2 8f
Prairie Farmer 3 30
The Rural New Yorker (with
seed distribution.) 3 50
Harper's Bazar 4 M
Weekly 4 85
Monthly 4 5
Younti I'eoule 2 8
Scrlbner's Monthly 4 85
St. Nicholas 4 10
Eclectic Magazine A 75
Demorest's Monthly Maga
zine, (with prein.) 8 15
Uodey's Lady's Book 3 23
PbrenolegicalJournal 3 15
Literary & Educat'nal Notes. 2 25
Good Company 4 00
Eh rich's Fashion Quarterly.. 2 10
The Livar pad merj are after Gui
teau, want to put one on his mouth.
Got. Nance, we don't want any
rnore Legislature this winter, unless
it is abswlutolj required by law.
That's the ticket.
Two more Lunatics havo escaped,
from our wonderful Asylum, and
Governor Nance is Uoking the mat
ter up. Time, we think, it's looked
Wk welcome with great pleasure
ur old friend correspondent "Trixy"
back again, and call attention to his
lirely chatty letter in this weeks
Doe it make you fellows feel any
better to waste your time picking
mall flaws in the Herald. If si
keep on, and follow your predeces
sors in small pastimes.
The trial of Guiteau is progressing
about as usual. There are no startling
particulars and we omit the detailed
statement of witnesses as it is a repe
tition only of former days.
On Tuesday last an engine from
ur Shops left for Denrer over the
U. P. 11. R., to be used on the B. &
M. from Denver coming this way
Soon we'll be on the direct road
West, and to the Facific Ocean.
A democrat who still advocate all
the heresies, of the old party and for
aught we know still Totes for Andrew
Jackson, ought not to feel so badly
over the Herald's keeping the name
of a few Republican officials stand
ing a month or so over the time.
We cannot pay ur incoming bills
and settle our yearly accounts with
those we owe unless we hare some
money due us. We respectfully ask
those owinz us to remit at once. It
is but little to you, the aggregate is
all to os, we netd it now badly, we
Miss Claha Loci si Kellogg, the
great singer, went from Omaha to
Lincoln last Friday morning, via the
U. P. branch, and a portion of the
time occupied a scat in the Engine
where under the supervision of En
gineer Ed. Math's she "pulled the
train through," in fine style and, the
fireman says, made the whistle strike
a higher note than it had ever done
The tin wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Mobley is coming offon Dec. 9th.,
and "we uns" have a tin invite.
Oar banquet is on Thursday and
.we'd be in splendid shape to take in
brother Mobley's tin "Wittles" on
Friday, if we could get there, but
the walking's bad, our team has the
Pink-eye coming and the railroad's
have all gone back on us. Neverthe
less, we wish om joy, a house lull of
Sylvester F. Wilson, formerly of
Nebraska has been sentenced in
Philadelphia Pa., to undergo inprig
. onment for one year and pay a fine
of $500 for ticket scalping. The
Judge in sentencing him said: "The
crime of which you have been con
victed is an artificial one and under
ordinary circumstances I would in
flict a light sentence. But after re
peated warnings you have boldly
and defiantly violated the law. I
therefore find it my duty to punish
you to the full extent of the law."
To those deciding upon their sup
ply of readiag matter for the coming
year, we would recommend The
New York Weekly or semi weekly
Times as one of the most excellent
of onr far eastern exchanges. It is
a newspaper well adapted for family
reading, rejecting all advertisements
of lotteries quacks and medical pre
tenders and of all ether agencies by
which the poison of vice is dissemi
nated through society. The terms
for the Weekly are $1.00 per year
and for the Semi-weekly $2.50. Sub
scriptions will be received at this
We agree with the Republican on
the liquor question, and would repub
lish their article in full had we the!
space. Summarized It is that tha sa
loon keepers who had taken out li- i
censes previous to the operation of'
the Slocumb law wore entitled to gone
consideration and some privilege for
their money; the general sentiment
and usage of tha American people be
ing, to give evsry man and every class
of men a fair show under the law ; but
when they have had ample time to
prepare, and duo notice to obey the
new law, and do not take any steps to
comply with the same, but rather
threaten and bully the community,
then it is time to exercise the strong
arm of the law for peace and justice,
lhe profits and emoluments of the
liquor business are bo great that every
dealer that ought to keep a 'place open
can afford to comply with the new law
as far as the amount of license is con
cerned, and he must in any chance
take his risks on running his business
as to the damago he may do to soci
ety. The old la made him responsi
ble for all the harm, all the neglect of
family ties, all the results of the busi
ness in short, if properly prosecuted;
the new law docs no more.
Men who deal in powder, nitro glyc
eriue, and poisons, are all under the
ban and aegis of the law, for the pio
tectiou of other members of society
not interested in these particular and
peculiar branches of business, and
there is no good excuse why the re
lail liquor business should nut be
placed where it belongs, among the
trades dangerous to a certain extent
to the welfare of society, and regu
lated accordingly. After a long and
acrimonious contest in the Legislature
of Nebraska, the Siocutub law was
passed, not with our consent or ap
proval, for it is toe windy and baggy,
and smacks too muck of the Finch
Demagoguery, to exactly suit us; but
passsed it should be enforced, and any
attempt to nullify it by force, er by
an undue influence over the unthink
ing classes which predominate in
large cities, should be frowned down
by all right thinking citizens. Ws
hops Mayor Boyd will stick to the posi
tion he has now taken and enforce the
Instead of Turkey, a Mormon
takes another 6pare rib for Thanks
giving. Gen. Kilpatrick is reported to
have died at Santiago, on Sunday, Dec.
4th. He was our old commander in the
It is understood quietly that a
writ of Habeus Corpus was issued
for Ed. Maxwell, or Williams, from
Hastings and intended to be served
as he passed through Omaha that
day, only the delay in the Western
train prevented the attempt.
lhat would look as it 'Lou was
about Hastings somewhere, cr had
been there. We have our opinion of
any Attorney who will try to release
such a scoundrel and turn him loos;
in the community for a paltry fee.
Barrett In Georgetown, Col.
November 25, to the wife of George
II. Barrett, a daughter.
George is now just about the proud
est man in town. Miner.
Gevhillekins! Ef we'd known that
last summer! George what will 3011
charge for board next summer? Wc
want to try tue toiorauo climate a
little longer next time; Majbe,
well, perhaps wish you joy, old boy,
kiss the little gal for us, and tell her
she is remembered in Nebraska as
well as in Colorado.
Ax old friend of ours in boyhood's
days. Dr. Shelter) Mackenzie, died at
his residence in Philadelphia on Nov.
31st., 1831, We have a MSS. letter or
two of the Doctor's about yet, and
called to see him last a his home Cen
tennial year. Harper's Weekly says
THE LATE DR. MACKENZIE.
Dr. R. Shelton Mackenzie, who for
half a century has been known in this
country and abroad as one of our
most indusirious and successtul liter
ary men , died at his home in Phila
delphia on the 31st of November, at
the age of seventy-two. He was bom
in Ireland, but came to New York in
1S53, and made this country nis home.
Since then he has been an indefatiga
ble worker as an author and contribu
tor to the magazines and daily news
papers of New York and Philadelphia.
He was a most agreeable and amiable
geatleman, and a charming compan
ion. His familiarity with literary
history and incidents in the lives of
literary men was remarkable. He
could give place and date with the
greatest promptitude, and supplement
it with anecdote that was always
apropos. To newspaper men ho was
widely known, and was greatly es
teemed and the news of his death was
read with deep regret.
George Law is dead, another old
New Yorker, whom we met person
ally during the Fremont campaign.
He was an aspirant for presidential
honors at that time.
Last week we pointed out several
special inducements in our clubbing
lists to subscribers, and this week
we present a few more.
Moore's Rural New Yorker gives a
premium distribution of seeds, as
will be seen by referring to their
prospectus on first page, and then
offers prizes for the greatest yield
from those 'seeds. This with the
Herald premium and the two papers
for $3.50 per year is a pretty big
The Weekly Inter Ocean offers a
fine selection of books in combina
tion with their Weekly and Semi
weekly at reduced rates; also a fine
lithographed likeness of James A.
Garfield; the latter, the Herald pre
mium and the two papers for $2.85.
For list of books offered by Inter
Oeean, see prospectus on first page.
The Independent, a religious
weekly flers some extra induce-1
Hants to' ctu'ltf' Se proey. I
Gniteaa In Court.
Washington, Dec. 3. Interest in
the Guiteau trial is unabated. After
the examination of two unimportant
witnesses, Emery A. Storrs, of Chica
go was placed on the stand. He had
seen the prisoner several times at the
Republican committee rooms during
the campaign. His impression was
that Guiteau bad an illy-balanced
mind. Upn cross-examination Storrs
said he never saw anything in Guiteau
to indicate he could not distinguish
between right and wrong, or that he
did not know the difference between
guilt or innocence, or that he would
not be responsible for crime.
The evidence created quite a stir in
the court room and seemed to stagger
those about the defense table. The
inter of the prisoner was particularly
affected, niid in tones distinctly caught
by reporters said, "He has perjured
himself, that is all there is about it."
bcoville made a sensation by sum
moning David Davis, speaker Randall,
Senator Bayard and President Arthur;
none of them responded although they
have been subpoenaed. .Scoville then
read a number of newspaper clips
found on the prisoner at the time of
his capture. Guiteau interrupted, say-
there wre a hundred of them whan
arrested, which betook from stalwart,
liberal and half-breed papers, when
ever he saw anything confirming his
While Scoville was reading a clip
ping a stir became noticeable about
the door leading to the witness room,
and in a moment Senator David Davis
was seen going toward the witness
stand and the reading ceased. The
witness was sworn and Scoville pro
ceeded to put questions to him in pol
itical philosophy. Tha Judge was
non-committal on everything and con
tinually demurred to the line of pro
ceedings, .ludkte Davis was excused
after a few moments and for a min
ute occupied a seat 0,1 the bench with
Judge Cox, where he studied the pris
oner's countenance for some time and
then left the court room.
David Davis, in the afternoon tes
timony laid he was not connected witn
either political party of the country.
He had no personal knowledge of a
breach in the Republican party, aris
ing from difficulties between Garfield
and Conkling. He entered neither
caucus, but knew there were factions
in the Republican party. Being asked
what probability there was of these
difficulties disrupting and destroying
the Republican partv, he said, that's a
far-reaching question. The Republi
can party has not been destroyed and
yet there had been breaches in it. The
only way in which it can be destroyed,
if not by disruption, is by the Demo
cratic party. ' It is a mere matter of
opinion whether the difficulties be
tween its faction or branches endanger
its life. The republican party is an
extraordinary organization. I don't
believe it will dio until the Demo
cratic party is dead.
"Do vou think democratic success
now or at the next presidential elec-
: -1 i : . : l i. vi:j
lion wuuiu iijjjjfin 111c icuuiiv;
"I don't think success of any polit
ical partv would imperil the republic
I don't believe that at all, or that it
would in any degree tend to bring on
another civil wr. If thern be any it
will come from somewhere else than
from the south."
Gen, Keifer is th tirst speaker
fjom Ohio after all.
Ohio got it again. Gen. Keifer was
nominated by the Republican Caucus
for speaker, and elected on Monday.
D. E.G. Long, wife and sister-in-
law visited Mr. and Mrs. John C'h.il
fant, old friends of ye senior, while up
i:i as Co. last week. Glad to hear
from them. Post.
The New-York Tribune is responsi
ble for the statement that theEmpress
of Austria reads St. Nicholas to her
children, and enjoys the stories her
self; and the American Regiiter of.
Paris says that Queea Marguerite of
Italy also reads St. Nicholas.
The Rural New-Yorker offers
92,000 worth of presents for the best
yields from the steds of their next
Free Seed Distribution among their
subscribers. In this way, as with its
Experiment Farm, the Rural is do
ing good work, and is entitled to the
support of all progressive farmers and
gardeners. A list of their new dis
tribution will be found in our advsr
Congress was duly opened on lion
day and both branches of the National
Legislature organized y the Republi
The message of the President is said
to be one 01 the most complete ever
issued, his recommendations are prac
ticable, and his views in accord with
the progressive inclination of his par
ty. He takes strong ground on the
Mormon question- and we may expect
to see a beginning made towards an
ending of that blot on our Institutions
Special to the Omaha Daily Republican.
Lincoln, December 3. The lAn
coin Daily Globe has suspended pup
lieation, the last copy being published
last evening. It made an assignment
of the books and accounts yesterday
to Brown & Ryan in favor of the em
ployes. Lew Cropsey holds a mort
gage agaiuit it for over 84,000. Thera
is a second mortgage against it for
about $300. the two mortgages
amounting to about the value of the
ffiee. It is estimated that for some
some time the paper has been running
behind at the rate of about $150 per
week. It owes some of the hands as
high as $35.
The Juniata Herald has at last for
mulated its charges against Finch
Moralist and Temperance Lecturer?)
Among other things it accuses him of
writing letters to some "Bit die" other
than Mrs. Finch and of which the fol
lowing are verbatim extracts.
"The character of the letter may be
judged from these (practically verba
"You know that I love you, I know
that you love me."
"The laws of the country sav that
wo cannot bo husband and wife. Our
hearts say that we can and are. Now
which is right?"
"You need not fear that I will ox
pose vou I have more at task than
If any one doubts the accuracy of
these quotations, he has only to test
the memory af Ada Van Pelt, A. H.
Bo wen, Mrs. J. S. Boweii, George
Woodford. Rev. J. Fleming. Henry P.
Rowe, F G. Keens, and others.
So that, in the light of all these
things, The Herald afiirms;
That John is. 1 men is a Itar.
That John B. Finch is a free lover.
That John B. Finch knows these
allegations to be true.
Call the next witness. J. uera;u.
Speaker Keifer is a large owner
of T;ta$!fc torts ife etxrm..
BB1TED T THS WOMiS 8 CHIlIWIAir TEM
"For God. an J ; ome. and Native Land."
Regular meeting of the W. C-T. U
at the residence of Mrs. Donr.tlly on
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock Dec.
Beer Driuking Women.
It is a painful truth that many wo
men of whom we would expect better
things are in the habit of drinking
beer and encoui aging their families in
so doing. If there ever was a time
when women needed to take u stand
for the right, it is now when this
question is before the people.
There is no class who suffer from
the results of intemperance so keenly
as do woven, and there few women
who have not some near one entangled
in the meshes of a cruel but clinging
appetite. The public expects and has
a right to expect that women take
the lead in setting up a high standard
of morals before the people. Wo
must admit that great harm comes
from dram-drinking and that it is a
very dangerous practice. It behooves
every thoughtful and well-meaning
women to give this matter serious
thouglit. Wc cannot afford to con
tinue a practice that is in any way cor
rupting or compromising with wrong.
It is very evident that many people
drink because they imagine it gives
them an air of respectability, and to
strip this foul practice of its respecta
bility is what every respectable wo
man should endeavor to do. ,
Effects of Beer Drinking.
BY DR. N. S. DAVIS, CHICAGO'S GREAT
EST AUTHORITY AMONG PHYSICIANS.
When beer is taen in small quan
tities, repeated daily, the individual
usually slowly increases in weight,
not from increase nutrition, but
from retarding the waste and retain
ing the waste longer in the tissues.
Hence, to ii troduce into the living
system any agent that will retard
atomic change is equivalent to retard
ing the phenomena of life, and, if by
retarding the atomic changes, cells or
atoms are retained in the tissues
longer than the natural duration, of
their activity, such retention may in
crease the bulk and weight.'but in the
same ratio it embarrasses the tissues
with the presence of material which
is constantly becoming inert and tend
ing to degeneialion.
Consequently, the individual who
thus increases his bulk and weight by
the taking of just enough of the weak
er alcoholic drinks daily to retard the
processes of secretion and waste, in
the same proportion diminishes his ac
tivity, his ability to resist the effects
of morbid agents of every kind. This
is abundantly illustrated by the thous
ands of beer and wine drinkers, who.
from twenty to twentv-five years of
age were muscular, active, capable of
ny reasonalie endurance, with a
weight of one hundred .and fifty
pounds, but who, after moder.ately re
tarding atomic changes and retaining
old atoms by the daily use of wine or
beer, and have lost their muscular ac
tivity and endurance to such an ex
tent that an active exercise of twenty
minutes would make them puff like a
"heavy horse." It is this sedative ef
fect of alcohol on the organic or mus
cular changes in tissues, retaining
waste and effete matter, that ought to
have been promptly thrown out.
which impairs the vital properties, and
predisposes or prepares i lie system to
yield to morbid intluencrs of any kind
to which it may be exposed. And es
pecially does this sedative effect of al
cohol on the organic changes which
maintained by a moderate and con
tinued use of the 'article, favor those
degenerate changes which result in
tuberculas, caseous, and fatly deposits,
in the lungs, liver, kidneys, heart, and
arteries of the brain, and in mater
ially shortening the duration of life.
Beer cannot be used without injuri
ous effects proportioned to thn quan
tity used and the frequency of its rep
etition. I's use as a remedy in the
treatment of disease can be wholly
dispensed with, without any injury to
A Kentucky paper puts it this way:
Whisky is the cause of nearly all
crime, disorder and misery.
Strike it out and strikes will end.
Tramp it out and tramps will be
Murder it and murders will cease.
Stab it to the heart and hearts will
no longer be stabbed. Put an ever
lasting end to the mean thing, and
meanness will be the exception In
stead of the rule.
Set tire to it burn the last bottle
and barrel .and fewer souls will burn
Away with the cruel curse forever.
This is true, every word of it; it is
to day blighting the brightest pros
pects and withering the finest intel
lects in the land. Genius is a babe,
and mauhood the veriest weakness, ia
the hands of his monster.
Harrison as a Temperance Presideut.
A Pennsylvania lady tells that when
General Harrison was running for
president he stopped at the old Wash
ington House in Chester for dinner.
After dinner was served it was no
ticed that the General pledged his
toast in water and one of the gentle
men from New York, ii. offering, said,
"General, will you net favor me by
drinking a glass of wine?" The Gen
eral refused in a very gentlemanly
Again he was urged to join in a
glass of wine. This was too nucli. lie
rove from ti e taole, his tall form
erect, and in a in est dignified manner
"Gentlemen, I have refused twice to
partake of the wine cup. That should
have been sufficient. Though you
press the cup to my lips, not a drop
shall pass the portals. I made a re
solve when I started in life that I
would avoid strong drink,' and I have
never broken it, I am one of a class
of seventeen young men wko gradu
attd and the other sixteen filled
drunkard's graves all through the
pernicious habit of wine drinking. I
owe all my health, happiness and pros
ptrity to that resolution. Will you
urge rue now?"
Probably few know rhat ft temper
ance president wo had during the few
days in which General Harrison rjllsd
the chair of state.
A arrow Escape.
William Grey while feeding a
thrashing machine Tuesday evening
at the place of Mr. Wm. Dulls, had
his right hand neariy torn oft, by the
cylinder. Dr. Reynolds of Rock
Bluffs, was called and dressed the
wound. On examination it was
found not to be so bad as first antici
pated as no bones were broken, but
thought to be liicky that it is no
worse as he
came near losing his
Death to rats and vermin, Parsons'
Speech by Speaker Keifer. j
Speaker Keifer, when the applause '
suotdded wuich greeted his appearance
at tue speakers desk, spoke as follows:
Gentlemen of the lloiibe of Repre
sentatives: I thank you heartily for
this distinguished honor. I will as
sume the power of the high otilcv,
w ill), 1 trust, due diffidence and dis
trust of my wwn ability to meet them
acceptably io you and to the country.
I believe you as a body and as iudi-
viduals will give me hearty support.
1 promise W devote myself faithfully
and assiduously to the work betore '
nie. I invoke you and the country's
charitable juugmeut on all my official
acts. 1 will try to be just to all re
gardless of party or section. Where a
pnncip'e is involved 1 will be found
Kepubiican. but in all other respects 1
note to bo able to act free from party
bias, it is a singular fact that at this
most prosperous time of our nation's
history no party in either branch of
congress has an absolute majority, and
it is therefore peculiarly fortunate
that at no other time since and for
many years prior to the accession of
Abraham Lincoln to the executive
chair, has there been so few unsettled '
vital questions of a national character
in relation to which party lines have
been closely drawn. National pros
periiy is in advauce of any oiher period
in the hstory of our government. The
violence of party spirit has subsided,
and in a great measure many of the j
reasons for its existence are gone, t
While the universal tendency of the ;
people is to sustain and continue to !
build up uuparallelled prosperity, it ;
should be our highest aim to perrna- j
nedtlv promote, and not I) cripple it. i
This congress should be, and 1 pro-
foundly hope it will be, marked pe- !
culiarly as a business congress. It !
may be trutt that additional laws are
yet necessary to give to every citizen
complete protection in the exercise of i
all political rights. With evenly bal
anced party power, with few grounds
for party strife, and no impending
presidential election to distract us
from our purely legislative duties, I
venture to suggest the present as an
auspicious timo to enact laws to guard
against the recurrence of dangers to
our institutions and to insure tian
quility at perilous times in the fu
ture. Again thanking you for the
honor, I am ready to take the pre
scribed oath, and forthwith proceed to
fulfill to the best of my ability the du
ties of the office with which you have
clothed me. Great applause.
Dec. 5th. 1881.
Ed. Herald: I guess that goose
bone is all right this time, as we are
liaviug some very nice weather fortius
time of the year. Many of our
farmers are corn husking, most of
thciu say their corn crop turned out
better than they expected.
Festavals and dances, are now in
We were happily surprised ljy a
visit from our old friend and neigh
bor John Linton of Kirwin, Kansas.
John was looking hale and hearty,
and thinks Rocks county compares
favorably with this county in its ear
ly days; said crops suffered much
from drouth this season but thinks
no more than tney uui Here in 4.
John's many friends in old Cass
were glad to sec him and wish him
all the success that pluck, energy
and honesty deserves.
Wm. Armstrong and family from
111., are located in their new home.
John Ellington is the happiest
man on the ridge. Its a nine pound
boy. Wc wish them much J03-.
A few cases of diphtheria in a
mild form are reported in this neigh
borhood. We are glad to see that the HaK
ald does not propose backing down
on the primary fraud question. It
may bean unpleasant duty now after
the battle is over and such a victory
gained, but we will soon have anoth
or of more importance to fight. "In
times i peace prepare for war."
We could with every honorable" means
guard the purity of our primaries,
the fouutain head of our political
organization. -We cannot expect
pure water to flow from a dirty foun
tain. The executive committee of the
State Farmer's Alliance have under
consideration the question of calling
a meeting at Hastings in Jan. of del
egates from each sub Alliance
throughout the state. Should such
a convention be called, I earnestly
hope that each alliance in Cass and
adjoining counties will be fully and
intelligently represented. I look for
the monopoly question the only live
issue of the day, to be brought more
squarely before the people next fall.
I have long been in hopes of accom
plishing something for the protec
tion of the producers and the solid
industrial interest of our agricultur
al state against the unjust taxation
of R, R, corporation, through the re
publican party, but my hopes which
had grown very weak was nearly, if
not altogether destroyed by my ex
perience at the last republican state
convention, and I wish to say right
here, as one republican who has
voted the republican ticket for twen
ty years served Uncle Sam over four
years to sustain and perpetuate re
publican principles, and giving free
tloin to four million blacks luat un
less an ati monopoly plank can be
made to stick in the republican plat
form right side up, I am emphatic- j
nil;,' in favor of an independent Ron
pirtisan one composed ofanti-mouop-ly
planks for the freedom of overor
t'j niiilian white meu and women, from
their serfdom to king niouoply.
Give it to 'em brother. Wish
had uior : f you. Ed.
Feb. 1st. First Temperance organiza
tion in the United States effected by
Dr. B.J. Clark. 1893.
" ' hall drink ne wine.
i)U lorever. JKR. XX XV ;
neither ye nor Toua
Henry's Carbolic Saire.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tet
ter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns,
and all kinds of skin eruptions, etc.
Get HENRY'S CARROLIU SALVE,
as all others are but imitations. Price
DR. GREEN'S OXYGENATED BITTERS
are the surest and best remedy for dys
pepsia, biliousness, malaria, indiges
tion, disurdt-rs of the stomach, and
diseases of the blood, kidneys, Jiver
DURNO'S CATARRn SNUFF
cures all affections of the mucous
membrane of the head and throat.
DENTON'S BALSAM cures colds,
. r 1 - 1 . l.t
cowans, rneumaiisra. Kianey uonu:cs,
Can be used externally as a plas-
Weepinj Watur Notes.
Weeping Watkr, Dec. 5th. lbSl.
Editor IIlkald: Do yon .remember
"Tiixyr" Well! here I am again;
you sec, wc must hs represented
somewhere, with just a little news.
lailed to re-
his wile :
rni. i;i V
w.'ii, an i uiii' ivlitor with
n i iriiiiily lift us fvr a vigit
o. to i. ;-thought 1M send
this veek, to Cass Co 's old
y--ii perceive that we
v i' ii'-ut s ou yet.
iiitiv;;-,- ii in order at pres
V.'. :u:.l !uiiviir continues
:'. iu;twit!i.taiidiug cold
z's new Di v Coods store is
fin i shc-1. "
I ins. B.-iny':
Race's loi c, w
neer Harness store
v v i-tK Fleming k
Ax (hid Follows Hall
nbove, is. almost vomplcted, at least
the mason's work is. and much will
be do ic ia a short time now towards
completion, providing the weather
remains open a little longer.
Prof. Will. F. T. Bushnell, Vocal
and Instrumental Musician ofChic
"go, is with us again, conducting a
larye class in Vocal and Instrumental
Music, with satisfied success.
At clfcise of convention a Grand
Concert will be given in the M. E.
Church at TV'. W. 011 Thursday and
(probably,) Friday evenings 01 this
week. Ali '!; nesire :
come and ei.-joy the (
woi'k, no p. .ij-tpoisemcnt.
Reserved scats, iD cents.
on cert this
Adults .33 r
Child: cn 2o.
Tom Marshall fee s quit? impor
tant and digniGed ofiate, it's a brand
new ten pound L;iri, and looks just
like it 8 pa.
Our "White Hat,"
time, is supremely
given up bachmg.
South any more, for
man of ancient
iiappy now, he's
and don't go
be caught the
bird he was hunting for, last winter
and summer, and she sings sweetly
for him in a pretty home just across
the W. W. River."
More anon, Yours as of old.
Blood Poisonings, Scrofulous Ulcers
and Itching f I amors, Abscesses and
luw i'(nsoi ;.
Mr. AliPi't Kiustmry, Xreiip.N. II., lioulilfd
wiilt b;ni iiwiiinr l::tlnis sn:d lieck, cuust'd by
IinkI nioiiii.u:. ( Hi " :t p.'iiilcr. ) A t lime it
wculi! lT' .iK nt. era -k o.i-u. and thf kiii sep
iti'Mf lnti.i t i.--h iu laf-i" jifrres. sintering
UM'iit eit! itiua! ii jii;: and Mii.j'ittg. I'lm-han-
l-d V.ilH -...l'Vt !! r US-ii l TH I ISA KKSOI.VENT
iuiHinally. t vih'ii: v and I it lei it A ho AH
eMi-ru.eiy ;..:! ii; le?-- t!:.n tlin-e mouths ef
fected a coiiu 'e'c -!i:v, :mmI lia.s not leii Irou-H.-.l
fine-, i ..T:-ln.i;;!'d bv Ballard & Fouler.
Diugcii-ts, K-etio. N. II.
rk. oiiio.says : "(Ttici -
j: A K! Ml
f.ici :':, d
en s aivi.'ie t-.'-t iim-uk-hk'H on
id t'itt vijpsl cat- ;f rheum in til is
' y t. i in t !r twenty yours, and in
1 i'Hikve I'l.il'etK.v would
:! tit i' liiV. My ;u i'is. lui at and li'Hd
".! i ! ); ynrs. whkdi m-tliiiig
:;;!. i uv,! I" used the I'l "I ten. A
nt n:ii iii.-i y and i rt t. i:a aiid l't
ov f xt.-riii'iK. .
M. K. arpi'iiter. t-.'.. Henderson. N. .. cur-
el fl 1 ori:i-.iw or l f,i-., of twenty vears
Kiandinv. l.v ti:e ei ice it v IIksih.vknt inter
r.aliv. ;'td 'e i jie a-id t.'i in ika so At' ex
tenia'iy. 'I he hk,M wonderful eae on record.
Cti(- certified to '"-loir : justice of the peace
and pniiiiJiient eei.eus. All a'llieteit with Iteli
in;aiiil !.;!)' i.iv-sji's Miould seed to us for
tins testimonial i:i fui!.
Thoe w iio have ex ueriein ra t'ae torments of
Salt Kljeuta cut aoiTeeiate the auouv 1 endur
ed lor Tears, until cured bv the ('LTICI'KA ItK-
soi.vknt internally .tud (. ciiei uA and Cuti
Cl'HA Soap externally.
Jli:s. m. I'Kt.LixiiTox, Sharon. Wis.
and Cltici u . Soap externally kli! Cl'ticuka
KKhOLVKXT ii!?.-ri:iil!v wi'l :.-dt ivelv cure ev
ery species ' f I'einur. from a cuomoe, Timple
teseroful'!. i'lie.-if t i lei i:a. m:l! boxes
Wc ; lal lie bxe. l. i'lTlcniv Ukoi.vk.NT,
1 j.er !M.tt. ClTU'i It A 'iiAP. 2".. (11 n IKA
SilAVIM; S a l !' !So!u ov ell dn -i.-ls.
Depot, v. i:;.ks & rori'KK, Ho-ion, Mas.
Sanford's Radical Cure,
SASFOKD'H EAIIICAI. Cl'KK. CATARRH
AL Solvent and improved Inhaj.kr.
ith speeitie diieetioiis. may now he had ol
all rirMjL'gist-i. neatly wrapped In one pack
age, for one dollar. A.k for SANKoitpV
Ka Die Al Cl'RK.
Thin reonnmienl and never-faili ni treat
ment instantly cleanse the na;I put-.snfto
of putrid I'liieoiic. subdue li.thimiiialioi
w hen extending to the ee. eiir and tiiroat.
rentores the scov-h of hiuell. taste and hear
in; when affected, leave the head deodor
ized, clear and open, the breath weet. the
breathing eay. and every sense iu a jrrate
ful and soothed eotiditinn. Internally ad
ministered it cleanses the entire mucous
system through the blood, which it purifier
of the acid poison id warn present in Ca
tarrh. Keeoinmended by alt dniL'ists.
leiural Agents. EEK8 a f'OTTKK.
Xo fearof bud tmells.
llariis. uraiiarieK :ui
:mi cle.-u-ert in astnj;e night. Best
. t rtrm!i ):ilb:r in the world. No
o:-is. Every box warranted. Sold
!' in i irt:i.-'it. .Ask for PAli-
bv id I fciv..
V. j-1 l.s ii I-o'ilElj. TosK.n, Mass.
"j I voiee, e.tsy lnoiithing,
?"i :Vof snieM. t;isfo und
till i il li;." I
I ox C;t;..t
I roved 1 1;
-.i,e:;, v. tli.-tnss. These
1 T.-itht about in Ca
' ' t!iijp.r8 Radical
f ! tie i ;! ieal Cure, one
r'-:.J S iiv i,!, ami one Im
i ,;' ! , i;; etie package, for 81.
III Hosts ol Sruitiilies
jrostettcr's Stor.i:i--h Hitters is a rr-urh re
T:irded as 9 h'ir.hidd oeressity ah 6::gar
cr co.Ttr. 1 .-.e r- n f.f this is'that yca.-
of cxpc-ier.r-; !,: ve proved ii to be per
fectly rcli.iWo i i t?.n,c rKS .f rtncTgency
yrhcfc a prc :r.t d convenient rcn:tdv i'j
emi."n(led. '.rr'p-l'I'n, liver coniplaint,
cynpsia. "n-:ecst:.o cr.d other troubles are
J'or sale H t'frisH . p4JVaIeri
capwr tot jratiffiwn 'i ;iMiik r
Jtf ..,Vo?'M loathes. Water Bum.
Hfef VI ht'a 8041 !ck
ltii.'ar All X A TO K nl
lies'e yeii will fin-l a l.-ug'1
i il m Hiliiiif fflOUUSi
Wax and China Dolls, China Vases, Tin and Iron Toys,
JUVENILE AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
PocketBooks, " 3311)163, Memorandums.
THE CHEAT K.ST 1.
At . the largest aiel fluent HSaorinioiit of
CANDIES AND CANDY TOYS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Lemons. Oranges and Eating Apples.
Trices lower loan the lowest.
Don't fall to call aod look lhron;n stock
SI EAT m Aituirr.
PLATTSMOUTII.NEB., MAIN' ST.
At thU tliop you'll find meet wholeuomi oiul
Sausage, pork mutton anil veal.
And It is our belief, you'll buy excellent beef,
If you at thisi butcher shop ileal.
He keeps always on hand the bent lu the land ;
OF such as your families need ;
Others may do well, but they cannot exeel.
For Flekler will still take the lead.
A good bargain you'll make if tou want to buy
Or oup meat or to boll or to f rv.
You can have a good dUU of whatever you
Compel it ion he well may defy.
Tlmbin-iiiess provides for good pelts and hi des
Lard and tallow he'll both buy and sell ;
uil yo'll find tlii the case, there's no other
You'll do better, if you will quite as well.
And Mi! we may tell if you've fat cattle to
Of Itogn or eliej that are nice ;
You can bring them right here ai.d on need
But ftr lliein you'll set a good price.
SatifactiTi to all who jive him a call.
It is hi- intention to give,
Forwe'io certain Indeed, thi belong t his
Not only to live bu let live !
3!m."i Custom fh.
F. -- iw.r-- 0 v. - ;-v
A Large Stock of
NO SHODDY GOODS
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in -new hands entirely.
The New Firm of
PATTERSON & DIXON,
open the d
on the Corner of Cth and Fearl Streets with
New Livery Outfit.
COOi HOUSES AND CARKTAOKH at aP
HOUSES FOR SALE.
HOUSES BOUGHT AND :OLD,
HOUSES KEPT BY THE DAT Oil WEEK
Call ami see PATTERSON" & DIXON
IV A NT I. si ti IHMKAMhtt
Such as foiiiimpti"ti, I'.rnnelii'i. Afttima,
lietieral Deiniiiy. I'.rain r.xnsu-rioii, t liron
ic t.'ou.-lipatiort. inocie u.i i lec.t. Dys
pe via, or
I.okh of A'ervoofs I'owrr,
Are oo-iMmIv cmcd l v FKI.I.OVs' (.'O.M-
I'm'NiKViii i'ok iiYrriiosnin"K.s,
A pl'v ' noiu i-i.ii ! o liirely into (lie ani
mal ec'iiii.y. it l)ei'.ir,s par excellence the
best velin i. 'wii Ii wiii.-li to ,ii.HM';,'.lH tlje otiiT
vitalizing iui-ediei-ts o-' lieuUliy l;Uud, Nerve
ai d M ii!-i le. I n I '! ' Si up of 1'ypoplius
ptiitev arM-omiiii.ed e.!l tlie su"3-tan;e found
necesnaiy to insure n-liiisi Itraltti. and whereas
It a Ium tiled it a a ievv tu supply ev.TV do
Oeieecy. it crrtninly lias peiforioen mom Won
Ma.nchk.stek. N. II., June li, 1.ho.
Mr. Jam 1. KKI.1.0WS.
De.tr Sir: 1 wish to acknowledge tlie great
eneiit 1 have received from tlie use of J"tl
lowa' t oin pound Syrup of iiypophoypliitct." I
have been an invalid for nearlv two vears with
a brouetiial afleetioti that had become chrotdc.
In the fall of tsrs I had a pUyi-kran eijrlity dayt
In sitetesi-ina, lieides the totiDe.!s of neveral
ot .lers. Tliey trave me luit liule encourage
ment. s..hie of tliem none. ltt Juiy I was ad
vised to iiixp your remedv a trial. I did so. and
in lers tii.iii one week there wa a marked Im
provement for the better. I have continued IU
use from that time until the present, improving
all the time, and I can truthfully ay I an ore
than a hundred per cent, better than when I
commenced its use. f have Increased in weight
about fifteen pounds, and my eonzh, whleh m
fearful, has nearlv disappeared. I believe bad
it Dot been fur voiir hyntp. I should C Ui
have been beyond the cares of lit'e.
Verv truly yohrs, Ai.bfrtStorv.
t""Io"iiot be deceived by remedies bearing
a i-imilar name ; no other preparation Is a sub-
MituUfor ti uu.lor at;y . clrcUluirtUBCVS.
sunt full u ; -n ; i!ic:it rf
IN THE CITY.
and get prices before
AN ONLY DAUGHTER CURED OF
When death wa hourly expected, all rem
edlee having failed, and l)r II. Janus wai ex
porimentine; with the many heibn of Calcutta,
be accidentally made a preparation which cur
ed his only child of Consnmpt ion. Ills
ehlld is now In this country, and enjoying tha
best of health. lie has proved -to the world
that 'oiimiiiiii1oii can be positively and
permanently cured. The Doctor now givei thia
llecipe free, only asking two three cent mtampi
to pay expenses. This herb also eurei Night
Sweats, Nausea at the Stomach, mid will break
up a fresh cold in twenty-four hours. Ad
dresf Craddock it Co., loas Kaee Street. Phila
delphia, naming thi.s paper.
v presents : kuuare L-rand di-
AJ niiiceiit holiday presents :
anoiortes. tour very Handsome round eornerf,
rosewood ea-.es, three unisons, Iiealtv's match
less iron flames, stool, book, cover, boxed.
m-Z-Z-Z ?5 to 7,."0 ; catalogue prices, $goa
Sl.ooo ; s:iti-f;tctioii Kuaraiilecd or money re
funded, alter one year's use; upright piano
fortes, si:;:, to .2"i." ; catalogue pries .j.v0 lo $soo
standard pianofortes of the universe, as thou
sands testify ; write for a mammoth list cf te
tunonials. latty s cabinet oruans, cathedral
church chapel, parlor, J.n upwaiT; visitors
welcome; free cai iiai;e meets passengers; Il
lustrated catalogue (iiolulav edition) lre. Ad
dress or call upon Uamei.1'. ISkati v, Wash
ington, New Jeisey.
A IJRK.iT OS'I i:iC 1 OK
UOIvIDAYS : t
PIANOS ami OKtiAXS at EXTlt AOHIU N A KY
LOW pile, s f.- cash. I nst atlmei.M received
M'l.l-'M '1 1 OiiCA SS. .4-!.".. .'(l. .iai up. MAC
xirit'K.N ! 7' el. i:(im;uihh piANcm,stot
and cow 1. o.iiy s;i. Warranted ; years. II
lils'late.t Cata'oeiio iaai!i -d. Agents v.aiited.
MOIJACK WA't l-.KS ;.. Mai.ufarturers and
le;ti.r. s.v, -.i,.a iw -y. New rl;
AWAaD:!) THE AUTHOR.
A !.. .'. ,7ri :.t :Im:i. Work,
1T11TT.I ' ii t i .!. I ku.t tfiwip
l, lin;i?...'f:..i I-.. 0 rrf
I:i.-n, n 'in-1 ll-s I.-irni a of
J-iJn.'1 if.ioul in li kfit t'ronrh
rii)a. f iiJj-isvi , 1 u!1 Kut.ln
a:i.fontjr. lr mil j tit r;1
n:riiTjiiiTH, ij i-r-'Hi-ripl n
v 1 aip-nt lf mail:
UrtOtrf (hVaLLF. Ki.lliaiiiiHunt.llBtoa.
-al In-t.f.j'-or l- w II i'aii.
I c e hie Ijid i en.
Tlioiso lar.tii, ti resume sensations,
causing you to fefl scam-Jy able to be
on your feet; that constant drain that
is taking from your system all its elas
ticity, driving the Moo.n from your
cheeks; that continual stiain upon
your vital forces, rendering you irrita
ble and fn-tful; can easily bH rtmoved
by the use of that marvelous rpinedy
nop jimers. irrcguiai uie ana od
structior.s of your system are relieved
at once, while the special cause of per
iodical pain is permanently removed.
Win you heod this Y
J. C CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
Mko, a full line of
HORSE CLOTUINU, ETC., ETC.
Done neatly and promptly at nhort notice at LU
Directly opposite Yost fnce. l'lattsmouth. Teb.
None but the best of stoefe nsed !
I'lat tMmout h - .briiMka.
Repairer of Steam Engine, Itoilert,
Saw and Urist if ills,
GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS.
Wrought Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Fines Steaia
lanues. Safety alve linver and all
kind-of I'.i;iks Kucine KiltiliKS,
ivpaiied on short notice.
Also ail kinds i f
t-'AirJI 3IAC IIIVI II V.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages aivys ou""flaiid
TA.3C.2i: iJ OTICE I
it ..:i di -uy ;v. , .,;:, is ;.., t-t date,
i: ::i do r.:r i.,re ( ;c .I., i ; : i -i i All old
!s ::n:-t i vtfiod o;. ,-tnd no new oisea
'. I ;-. -s s:.ej ;h eo'ii ls ate hetlied
the) M,! te ni;
li to do a icily e.-h lei-ioi-ss fut ur
:l!-t I -V
r .i. '"
And dealers In
SMOK fits' FANCY AKTICI.F.S. SMOKIN (j
T O IS A CCO.
ipocial BRANDS and size of CIGARS made t
oruer, ana satisfaction Kuranteed. Cluar
clippings old for simikir- b;tcco.
Mai'- htteet. Oue door w..r r.t T n,, w.
. - . v. . . ' m m
OptJueiU 0ot OJUc, .
PtATTSMO"?TII. XE3. lmU
f ?douU to vhctntrVjii !,-l t-j nn'-id'-r
othouid b i..l two
tir sr ln.'ormni Ir.j..'''
T8H1T, STODHAj'T Jt 1 r.-
ual iuuirJk j Lt, . V,':v v
i 1 1
f! ifSf ?TrTiTvl for si: fl
I J j 'Uy" . :rvico frorx
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