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PLATTSMOUTH. JAN. 18. 1883.
- Oar Clab LlaW- - -Bere
wturcwUb our Club List- .T every
subscriber who pays for the coming year in Ad
vance we will tire a copy of 'Keadnli's -Horse
and Hit Diseases" free. As win be notised' by
looking oer this list carefully, teveral prem
ium are offered by other paper and raatca
cinee. our readers can, if tbey wUb, ebtaia
twe premiums as well as two papers at. low
nHALDnd Inter-Ocean. r" -a
St. Louis Globe-Democrat... 2 75
' " Chieago Herald, weekly..'. J
' - . dally 15
" Burlington IIwkey- ...... 3 00
Louisville Courier-Journal-.. X OS
" Leslie's Ills. Newspaper...,. 4 15
K. Y. Times. (en-weekly). 4 1
- Sun. (weekly)..;
" Toleeo Blade...... . to
Iowa Farmer, (and Garfield
' prem.) 8
Scientific American.. 4
Nehrask- Farmer 8 7
? Omaha Bepuhlic&a.(J prem). 3 73
' Omaha Bee (and prem.).. 13 5
" American Agriculturist a 65
Prairie Farmer 30
The Rural New Yorker (with,
seed distribution,) a
" Harper's bazar 4M
. Weekly 43
- : YeutiK reoole.v :s 8
- gcrihner'a Monthly 4 8
' St Jtlcbolas. .. : . . .r 4 i
. Eclectic Magazine 75
Demorest's Monthly Maga
zine, (with prem.) . 15
fcjcdey's Lady's Book
Literary & Educat'nal Notes. 2 23
Good Company ... 4 eo
" EbrlcU's Fashion Quarterly.. 2 10
An addition to Weeping Water baa
been laid out.
We call attention to tlie article cn
1881, ftpltt the N. Y. Times on the
outside ef tTii paper.
Theue are fifty-three Sundays in
this year. Gives the preachers one
more chance at siuners.
What an old liar that mother Ship
ton must be, 1831 is done and gone
and we're all here yet. v;
Hafemeter'8 Sugar Refinery in
T. one of the oldest and largest firms
in the country burned on the 8tb.
Loss 9 1,500,000.
The facta of General Kilpalrick's
ilcatb seem to be just coming to
light, He died of "Bright' s Disease"
on the second of September last.
The ice crop is being destroyed
br drouth of cold weather. Ice men
look cool on these bright day and
say there isn't a (n)ice day in the
Where's that -Fair Play" man wh
was going to ventilate Sherman bo bad ?
Tears like them" Enterprise "fellers'
have let up on the old man altogether.
How ranch did he give you, boys, to
keep quiet 2mmmmmmmmmmmmm
Th Telegram, Omaha, just alter
issuinir a glorious New Year's Ad
dress, suspended. Another instance
of trying to support too many paper
in one torn, or of rash adventure,
by over sanguine men.
"Gentlemen" George II. Pendleton
is being groemed for the next Demo
cratic Presidential candidate. John
G(ee) Thompson is principal Hostler
rumor says. Gsorge and John mind
your Ps and Qs. "Sammy" has one eye
n you and not the paralytic on
A idean and miserable aoti tem
perance paper says: "Lots of young
men may have sworn offon the 1st of
January, but at the end of the year
the internal revenue records will
cive bo indications that the ath
Congressman Orth, ef Indiana, de
clined to act as chairman of the Civil
Service Reform committee. He made
a mistake. It is one of the most im
portant committees in the House, or
could be made so, and an honest, able
man could have done his country great
We made some remarks last week
about Congressman Valentine's sup
posed : bill for reapportionment in
Nebraska based on what seemed to
be reliable information that, be had
or way about to report sack a bilL
Since then he' denies, over his, own
signature any such act or intention,
and consequently the remarks were
not necesary, though the reason
and principles then enunciated we
hold good. . ' .
Swap" is a Yankee word; it used
to bo applied to marble, tiaware,
aad ld clothes. With the Introduc
tion of steam, railways and tele
phones we swap everything now.
Swap, lies in a telephone with our
neighbors and other cities. Swap
market reports and stock - margins
-frith Europe and Kamschatka if nec
uss&ry. The latest swap is on fish.
Th U. S. Is sending cat-fish and
sun fish to France and getting Tench
and Carp in return. "
A Letter from South Bend ap
peal s this week and appended was a
' private note saying they see nothing
from South Bend lately, dee,"'
The Hebald is only too glad to
hear and .publish any news, and has
repeatedly offered inducements to
every locality in the county to send
notes and items. Many 'have a
standing offer to act as agents for
the Herald, and to send us cows
items from their section. Jf you
c'an't take that much pains and time
bow on you expect papers to look
after your interests and needs, at our
own risk of time and expenee, large
ly. We are obliged to S. B. though,
W tlfW fate trt tU tiow.
After nineteen years. Gen. Grant
reverses his "opinion of FitzJohn Por
ter, and thinks an injustice hasteen
done him. The friends of Gen. -Grant
say he is of that told "tarn of mind
that when he has lie.conie.vCQnvinc.edl
that he was wrong, he does not hesi
. tate to say so, let the consequences be
what they may, and in this case he
has become from a new examinatieu
of proofs from Confederate-aod other
sources "so con vinced," and therefore
asks President Arthur, to re-open the
cae and do tardy justice te Porter.
This is one side.- : y
Swarthy John Logan, of '111, has in
troduced a , bill in,. Congress, to,, plac?
Grant in the "retired list" with rank
and emoluments of General. -;
; There are two sides to that.' ; Some
say love fur Grant -inspires Logan;
others that it is to get Grant Out of
theVay for President In, 1884, as
"Black Jack" has the Bee in his bon
net, too. -; .4 " V" -.W- -.
I For years the Democrats have tried;
conspired, and worked to get Porter
reinstated and retired. It is proposed
now to tack the two bills together
Grant and l or er. aiid ,. put then!
througliV k '
Logan has been the principal op
ponent of Porter hithertd.
Enemies' of Grant ; say" that he
changed his mind on Porter's "case
inxrder that hi friends may the bet
ter push the bill for hi retired grade;
also that Logan never will let up on
Porter, Ltr ant or uo U rant.
The " papers are each vigorously
giving their views from some one of
Here's ours: Suppose Grant is not
an liauest man as : we think, but a
schemer s;a the 'auties" claim and
doesn't want to be laid on the shelf
by- being plact-d on the retired list,
what better way to head Logan off
than to take up Porter's case in such a
way at t:iis time as would effectually
lay both bills oir the shelf , and leave
both men and . Logan too just
where thy aro now.
Gr.o. Fairfield, our County Sur
veyor, has been laying eut the tewn of
Avoca, and an addition t the same.
For years the Herald has sent a
solitary paper to Aveca Post Office,
now .tnd then two, but mostly one, to
-A. Tefft." That , hitherto has heen
Avoca. J(y the building of the Missou
ri Pacific l(. li. this point has become
a station on the lice. A portion of the
TtiTt placer and other lands adjoining
have b?u laid jut as a. "Town" a
NebHska City," in slunk, and in the
Spring we hope and confidently expect
to see a "right smart" village grow up
there.. Lumber is being contracted for
already, and business men are turning
their attention that way. It is situat
ed on a huautiful plateau, midway be
tween Weeping Water and the crossing
on the il. P. It. R.now the B. & M.
There is no reason why it should not
be a good inland point.
' The old "Aveca" was the "Meeting
of the Waters" the "sweet valo of
Avoca" who does not reuaemLer the
touching song? This Avoca does not
celebrate the meeting of the waters;
for it is a queslit.u if the patent "raiu"
of our friend f efft can throw up enough
of tii pure crystal to really naeft the
"Padahnee" (.fire -Ut) of the incomer
who will settle the future Avoc. We
j)0j!3 it may. This rather ctlebi aUs
the masting of tin great anti-railroad
theoretical Loom and the actual, om
nipresent, ouward building i ail road in
fluence. On the "sweet" ridge of the
golden prairie of Nebraska thKse op
posing forces inefet to add to our
wealth, out strength, our future mag
nificence. Viva ia i;li-Moi rp I Viv
la Kail way improvement ! Ho a the
honest grangers of Cass and surround
Bowex, who used to bo an Arkansas
politicion, t ut .s now a wealth? resi
dent of Colorado, pronounces Dorsey,
whom he knew in the Arkansas day?,
one of the smartest )K)liticians in the
United MitTes. I can say that with
sincerity, because he beat me for the
United Staler senate when he had
been at Little Uock only a few weeks."
Thtde Eaton ought to know eorne;
thing about that, he served under Hor
sey in the war. Dorsey is smart but does
that alone make a republican? There
have been unscrupulous republican
politjci?ns, no doubt, but they are
more than reajhfd br dowuright ras-
cals in the opposite rank. ;
Hex. J. N. Wise, the Deputy Treas-
. urer uuder Mr. Patters, n and Mr. Cum
mins oof ota him, who is now succeed
ed by Mr. Campbell, jjtserves great
credit for efficient perforuiauw at du:
ties during ins long term of what mar
b called "jl-t)njce." He brought or
der out of confusion, has been' uni
formly courteous, and we have every
reason to believe haa aided to save the
County many dollars. r
The question with Nebraska democ
racy is, shall Miller and Morton.be
'sat upon," or shall it be Vifquain and
Ambrose? The two latter are usually
the prostrated idols. Journal Dem
ocratic paper in Plattsmouth.
Are you sure of that? Vifquain's
democracy is at variance- with- yours,
and almost all the old standards; and
Ambrose was a republican until It was
of no use for him .to be one any longer,
A half million a year . is said to be
the average stealings in .the govern
ment printing office since the advent
of tbj republican party. Journal. .:
The who aupropr;atjon does not
exceed half a milium, How mncn d;d j
the democrats steal, just before the rs
bellion? ! i .'' '
F !i. Drake Sufieripg. ,
r. n. Drake. F-i . Detroit. Mich.,
suiTr.c'i I fVvn.l h .1 lipiTon from' a
skin d'.rfat." w
ii appealed a Ma
baud-, Lf-il !rt-i f.;cr. and neailv dfj-
tiovtt L'4 evri The most careful
dot U'I'ilsj f::d to help h:r, and alir
all had failed he u-ed the CatlcuraKe
soiv:ct '(o'pod puriQer) internally,
Cuticua au4 CuiUur qsl? (the great
skiacuifcs) exttit.uliy.aud wis cutfi,
and. has remained peifectiv.: well to
this day, ;
We call attention to the advertise
ment of the tfaie of Mr. Sb radar's farm
.Tj JH. jj.--r.-w' . i-.-
THE WITNESSES DOM it 1
The Lawyers Be?ia.
Washinton Jan. 9tb.
Scoville concluded the argument, at
8 o'clock, and in conelusion desired
to make a few remarks of . a, personal
character. Alluding to his Controver
sies with Judge Porter, he disclaimed
any intention to transgresa the bounds
of "propriety or rules of practice, but
he should criticise the conduct of -the
counsel upon the other side when, it
merited criticism, and the threat" of
the prosecution would not intimidate
him. Citing the custom of the cean-
Isel'uopn the other side of bowing "to
the jury upon entering, bcoville saia:
Sometimes it is three bows all around
ami sometimes more, but never less
than three. It has never been done
by the. counsel upon this side, and I do
not hesitate to criticise the propriety
of is." ; - ' '
Judge Porter The gentleman is
simj)ly instancing his lack of polite
ness. If he has no apJlogy to offer, I
shall not apologize for him.
..After; recess Coikhill said, relying
on iussH ranees of the defense' that the
question of jurisdiction would not be
raised, he. had not . expected- to speak
on legal poinls, bu as the last two
prayers of the defense distinctly made
that issue it was his duty to speak on
a rjuefction he had verv carefully con
sidered. MIe then read :au exhaustive
argument on the jurisdiction, using
one hour.' -' -"-' ' -
Havidge spoke, on general propo
sitioiiH contained in the prayer, and
discussed the "malice," which legally
meant intentional doing of a wrong
Davidge protested that now five
mlnuteB had been davoted to the prop
er scepe of argument, and - the court
warned counsel they must abstain
"Davigde discusaed seriatum, prayers
of the defense, pointing out their
"sophistries and inconsistencies." The
object of the prosecution, he said, is to
obtain from your hojior a plain, clear
and direct ruling upon four distinct
propositions. The apparent object of
the defense has been to befog all that
may be clear In this caae, vainly ' hop
ing to get to the jury ' with somf un
certainty attached, in some way a case
upon which te found a plea for acquit
tal. In thirty years' practice I have
never seen such a prayer as this one
by the defense. It has no justifica
tion. We don't mean to let the pris
oner escape in a cloud. ,We 'want
from your honor a clear' ruling, so
that twelve average men sitting upon
the jury eannot possibly go astray.
Davfdge severely handled the eleventh
and twelfth prayers of the defense,
characterizing them as mean attempts
to cast aspersions npon experts who
had testified for the. prosecutien, and
upon the counsel of the prosecution
Tlie prisoner closely ; followed; the
argument, "indulging in frejunt . and
Davidge concluded at 3 o'clock,
when court adjourned. . r .
Judge Porter will make the conclu
ding argument Immediately upon
opening of court tomorrow, arter
which Judge Cox will render - his de
Jan. 10. Court adjourned . until
Thursday, when final arguments will
If the itatemen's its published are
true in e&anl to tne setuers aiong
t he St. Joe & Denver line of railroad.
H is a case of extreme hardship, and
a state of affairs that the Govern-.
ment huld at once remedy, by doing
justtce to the actu d settlers and pro
tecting its patents to the utmost. ' Mr.
Correll we b lieve states the case
To the people, in the western touiit
ties the decision in these cases i' -of
val inteiei-t, an-l upon it depends thi
title to the faruiH and home ef hun
dreds who, if it is adverse, wi'.l lose all
that they havn accumulated by. years
of toil, rigid economy, and, in "many
instances, privation. Mr. Knevalu,
the complainant, who is an attorney
of Xew York, a man of wealth, and
was the law partner of President Ar
thur, claim?, 'under the grant to the
railroad company, a plat of whose pro?
posei iin was filed in the department
of tbe interior March 26th, 170, four
teen year after th.e incorporation of
the company in Kansai, Tiie defend
antsenteied the lauds April 8th, ISTO,
and they were not withdrawn from
market by the government until April
15th. Afterwards patents were issued
to the settlers without objection, who
have e' er since been in the peaceable
Eossesmi and occupation of the lands
and ma4e large and valuable improve
ments thereon. T h gieut Jircqlty ij
the way of the settlers teems to bu,
not lit the justice ' or equity of their
cases, but in a decision made by Judge
Miller in the suit of Knevals vs. Hyd
in which the conrt seemed to hold
that the grant to the railroad company
attached at the time of the filing of
th pHt of the proposed route, al
tliough'the iatiQ were not withdrawn
from market until after the entry, add
although the company never built its
road according to the plat : or in ' the
time prescribed, or complied in:'any
vaf wj'h the requirements of the law.
But this dicistori yf Justice Miller is
looked upon with suipioioo aid doubt,
as in that ease the allegations of the
bill were all admitted to be true, :and
as it is thought by some that the - case
was made for the occasion, and that
the complainant and defendant were
woriiiny jn harmony. In the present
suits the derVhdaftts 3?ny everything, j
a d the facts of the faiiuYe of ths I
company to incorporate, its non-coui-pliance
with the law, variation from
its plat, and forfeiture of its charter
just the reverse of the allegations of
the bill are all JroTeo beyeud a
doubt. - '-
m . - r 5
In spite of legal quibbles and teohn
icalities it appears to is that 'equity,
justice and common harmony rise "up
and protest against a robbery of this
.iiud, sanctioned by guvernmeutal " au
thority. If men, who have entered
land, paid their meney for it, received
their patents from the government,
and lived on and improved it for ten
years, are to be ousted, their titles set
asirie asft their homes broken up, then
what safety or eeUflly ts there for
preperty rights and in tM em ii convey
ances? , What is a parent and what
are laws for? ' ' ' "
These ar t'iP ar;ds and this the
cas Senator VanWyck. haa been in
"vestigating at Liucoln, and we shall
look for his repert with great interest.
D. H. Wheeler anneunoes that
about 55 cts. oa the dollar can be paid
gn County Fair premiums and he is
ready to pay the paui&,
Cadt Schuyler Sun Is there go
ing to- be-a meeting -of the Neb. Press
ilsabtfrWwi tht? wintfetf
SIT IT TItS .WOMlU'l CHKISTlAS tM
!ou8 readers yoa may publish them;
-"Fer CwI. aBd Home. Sed Kathre Land." jf DOt, consign then, to the work bas-
Wno Breaks, Pays." j keU We are having splendid winter
weather. Our ice bridge, alter
thiagtsmore certatbanthat I 0rO88iug 6treial teams and numer
he who breaks thejawsrnature pays 0ug fotnien has been once more
the penalty of his folly by the loss of , . , r. , '
health and the shortening of his davs. condemned. ; ? Our , t erry man, L.
And yet it is apparent that man are 1 'oreburg, has everything in readi
liviag in da.ily Tiojation of tne laws j "ess, as foon as the channel opens,
f nature, and are reapihgTrrfruit of ! to crosa all who desire to cross the
their neglect in, sickoepsor , death. raging Platte.
The most commorv form-Vi which the There - eVe,T indication of an ice
requirements of health are disregarded ' . . v
iaumperance in eating aud, drinking; t"!,ne,xMUmm,er- ,
the latter ene, being the most univer- i oaih Bend needs and must have
sal and fatal. Oh, that men would see i a wagon bridge across the Platte;
the folly of intemperance in time!
The excitement of the cup is followed,
they all know, by the physical pain ;
the headache of the morning ought to
be a sufiicent reason against the rep e
titfen of the eveniag's debauch. But
temporary suffering is driven away by
a fvrther resort to the liquid poison,
until day by day the body and soul
are led captive, through loss of repu
tation and failure of health, down to
degradation am despair. Manv aigue
in favor of what they call "moderate
drinking" but the truth is, the only
safety is in entire abstinence. The
atmosphere of this land is a sufficient
stimulant for any man, without resort
to alcholic fire. Let the young men
of Cass county, bear in mind, that tem
perance means health and prosperity,
while intemperance means sickness
and ruin. Verily, he "who breaks,
Call For a Sleeting ef the County Far
To the members of subordinate alli-
ances of Cass County greeting.
At a delegate meeting held at Hol
verstot's Grove, August 27th, 1881, for
the purpose of organising a county
alliance, the undersigned were p
poirted a committee to call the next
meeting and name the time and place
fr holding . the same. 'Since that
time as then anticipated, the state
Alliance made the following ame. d
mtnt to its constitution:
Sec. 4. County Alliances may bo
organized by - the assembiinir of
duly attested delegates from
the subordinate Alliances -of the
County, who shall" at each meeting,
elect a President and Secretary front
their number. - The Secretary so
elected shall hold his office until the
succeeding meeting, and it shall be
his duty to notify the Subordinate
AlJiances, of such meeting in lime for
the election of delegates to t! e same.
The ratio of representation shall be
on delegate for each Alliance and
one .for each ten members r major,
fraction of ten of tht same.
The first Eieeiing of thy County Al
liance under these - provisions may be
convened upon Ihf call of the Presi,'
dent and Secretary ' of three or more
Subordinntft Alliances. ;
Meetings of (ha-. County Alliances
shall b' hel.! mice i:j thive. months
and oftener if deemed ex p.i ion t.
Deeming the instructions suflioletft
authority for calling a meeting unucr
th sbtfT amendment, you are here
by-earnestly requested to send dele
gates under the above ratio of repre
sentation, to a tnsetiug hereby cid ! ed
at Weeping Water. tSatorda.v.l Jar.ua-'
ry 21. 188 at 11 o'clock a. nifor th'o
purpiise of oijmplsting tif. iig'u Ra
tion of a ('mill)' Alii nice te discuss
and adopt measures by h inch pre
cinct organization may become more
general throughout the county, and
to transact, such other business as
may properly be brought before' it.
0rgauiz.it ions, harmonious, and united
action is what ye mot pred. -
Our only hope of romltating aj.'iinst
the aggression of corporate rrs .ij.uT
li by a counter organization of tlie
AH members of the Alliance in the
county "and those whs arw in sympa
thy with the anti-monopoly move
ment, are invited to be present.
County papers please cepy.
" T.J. MoCakttI
fi. S. Gilbert". Com.
. . K. Ldgje )
EJmwood, Jan. 9th. 1882
' .'T c" r'roiu VTeepiaj Water.
Weather report for 1881.
Total rain fall in inches....
" . " " " " lS-i0 . . .
Heaviest rainfall in the month wf
Lightest rainfall in Jan . 1881. . . . i j'
Heaviest 44 4 Oct. 17th 18S1
IIigl(S temperature 2gd Jay ' 104
Coldest 8ih Jan . " ."3S
Before sunrise it was 38, at 2 p-m.
58,9p. m llctof the same day, 9th
Jan., other parties have reported high
er temperature. It must bo remem
bered that thermometers should be
huag in the shade and not in the shade
of buildings in towns or cities partic
ularly, 'buildings with met-1 roofs
Wh?re in such buildings the tempera
ture is like that of un vyeq hot enough
to bake bread. It is net fair to say
that the thermometer indicated 110,
113 or. maybe up to 120, When out
in the country in the "shade of single
bualduig., aa4 ?i?h every way as cor
rect a thermometer: and' at the same
hour it would indicate all the ' way up
frem 803 perhaps up to 100 or maybe
possible up to 110. 1 ' .'
The thermometer indicated over 90
every day frou the 1st of June to Tim
15th. ' First frost 9th of Oct. First
239W 16th of Sept. v.
Thet are talking of running 'Joe
McCullagh, of the Globe-Democrat,
for Governor of Missouri.
r-Wm, IJerpId, seljs IJremner's crack
firs. ; H'ti
. . Rescued from Death. -In
the following remarkable state
ment. William J. Coughlin of Somer
ville, Mass., says: "In the fall of 1876
I was taken with a violent bleed
ing or the lungs followed by a sol
vere cough. I was so weak at one
time that I cocld not leave my -bed.
In the summer of 1877 I was admitted
to the City Hospital. While there the
doctors said I had. a hole In my left
luug as big &3 a half cblar.' I expend
ed over a hundred dollars in doctors
and medicines. J gave up hepe, hut a
friend told me of DR. HALLS BAL
SAUFQn. THB-MJSQSi. got a
bottle to satisfy him. when to my sur
prise and gratification, 1 commenced
to feel better, and to-day feel in better
spirita than I have the past three years.
I write this hoping that every ne
afflicted with Diseased Lungs will be
induced to take Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS and be
fcCDYiUced that CONSUMPTION
UAMBU CUBED. I can positively
say that it has done more good than
all the other medicines I. have taken
during1 my sickness.' Sold by-drirg
- From SootH Bend. tt
Jan. 9th, 1SS2.-Djear Herald
Yocr correspondent will drop you a '
? few lines from this burg, if you j
I think they may interest your numer :
the people want to see their Sarpy
neighbors on this side of the river
and we want to visit them on their
pi le, if for no other purpose than to
visit the state fishery and the San
tee Lakes. If some of our capital
ists would invest some of their sur
plus funds in a bridge, it would pay
them better than chattel mortgages.
As we are on the direct wagon road
to Lincoln and Omaha, all the emi
gration strikes this point; that with
Hens JStout's extensive quarries
would make a wagoa bridge pay
from the start. Boss Stoutexpc-iuled
one half enough to bridge the Platte
on his ferry lust summer. Croakers
prophesj- the demise cf our town on
the comj leiiou ol the II. P. rail road
through our county; if our. ton n does
die the M. P. rail road will not ki i
it, it will he these' self same croakers
who daily assemble in the drug
stores and hotels and prophesy evn
instead of using' their time, means
and influence i'or-the-advancement
and interest, of the Town.
- Yourcorrespondent is of the num
ber who believe in the permanency
of South Bend l or various reasons.
First, its citizens, or the majoiity
of them, are ' in lavor ef education
and progress, as our two beautiful
school houses bear witness; secouti,
our business ir.eo are energetic, go
ahead niea; third, the sun never
shone on a better farmiug country,
rnor .anoeu bv mere uroressive
farmers; fourth, on each side of the
town are situated white, magnc.ia
stone quarries, the best in the atate.
There is one thing your corre
spondent is very sorry te write, we
have no church building; one of onr
prominent' business men remarked
in his presence that he would be one
of ten or twenty who would give
$1U0, each to . help build a church
and lie holds to no denomination.
Churches, be up aud doing, and in
the near, futurethe stillness of th:
tSabbath mornings will be cheered
by the welcome sound of Church
Wo have no saloons, but still our
streets are disgraced by the appear
ance on them of drunken ' men,
arid the air made loul-with their
o.-iLhs, and these men fathers; sad
sight. Our drug stores had better
look a little out; forbearance may
cease to be a virtue. There is one
other evU we may as. well speak' of
heir; it is the wicked and disgust
ing habit of sweariug. G int our
stores,. hotels and offices, or to the,
rail road depot, and you will hear
old nud young men polluting their
lips by oaths and often in the pres
ence of ladies. Old men, stop and
think of the example you are set
ting before the young; young men,
you, nt least, want to appear gentle
manly in the eyes of ladies; break
yourselves of this degrading habit.
Is it any wonder the ears of those
passing by the play grounds of the
scheals are shocked by the oaths
eoiuing lYoi'u the- otherwise pure lips
of liltie boy 8.
For ffrti of wsarying your read
ers and taking up v more than our
share of vour valuable space, I will
clese, by thanking you in behalf of
your subscribers in this place for
yeur beautiful and useful Hebald
Almanac for 1882.
Aipre net week if acceptable
, It ii significant that Oscar Wilde
aiiiveJI un Hie serond day of the
newyfiit l!iit K 189-3-2. Hartfoid
Co n ran J.
If GutUau. is insane, aud if he got
his insanity from his father, it is pro
bably the uj'iv thing Le vtr came by
honestly. Unston Star.
F. F. litithrnaii & Bio. sejl Iireui
K.er's c.ackt-ft. i2t4
That hacking eeugh can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. Yv"t
guarantee it. Sold by Smith & Black
Havo you Catarrh? "Dr. Sykes
Sure Cure" is an unfailing remedy.
Have you heard of it? 42U
Sleepless nights made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for yeu. Sold by Smith &
Anyone in need of a good set of
telh should call on Dr. Salisbuiy at
once, and he will make you a set that
will please you ever after. 33tf
Shiloh's yitalijer ja rhiit ypu need
for Constipation. Loss of Appetite,
Dizzineas and all symptoms of Dyspep
sia, l'riee to ami ocis per oottie.
Sold by Smith & Black Bros. 4 leow -
-Yuu had belter" cut out ;this ad
Iress I)r. C. R. Sykes, . 169 Madison
Sc.,"C.bicg," for you may need his
.'Sure Cye tor Catarrh ?' -- 42t4
fake iAyeWs' Bills 'for all the pur
poses' of -a purgative, for Constipation,
In.lrestlon, Headache and Liver Cem
pl. ain't. By. universal accord they are
best of all purgatives for family
Death to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parson's Exterminator.
Barns, granaries and households clean
ed in a single night. Ne fear of bad
smells. Best and cheapest vermin
killer in the world. Sold everywhere. 4
A pure, wholesome distillation of
witch-hazel, American pine. Canada
fir, marigold, clover blossoms, etc.,
fragrant with the healing essences of
balsam and of pine. Such isSanford's
Radical Gure for Catarrh. Complete
treatment for $! 4iH4
. . ' .
i raTeier a fnwrjt
After ependiui; uaoutbs at Europeati
nnd American watering places . ami
thousands of dollars looking for
health, I returned home disheartened
ana wrficnea. i naa conBimea me
. s a s a. i
best physicians and traveled far aud I
near without benefit, aDd expected to I
die. A friend ured a trial of av'i5r'r5 !
tiir.L'er Tonic. Tre babies aa caret i
toi utet have wemeu vronarrs na
brought me excellent health and!
spiritn. ar.d you may publish my ex-
peiience fur the bnerlt of similar eaf-
'fHEfi llf T.VK.V! "MIZN T.fur the cure
ot .tia. -;,! J ;il lii.'o l i )H( ;tsi s. ccll!-t3
111 lie ii;t'r-i-: 1 " li-f i't ( lllifia ;ui(t (,'rTI
Cl'ltA KoAr, jii-:it s'.in fiivc-!.
N iir rs
!'t. I-:ura St.. fliii-:!g,
i v, a r.'t-i ;l;t Khemn
f ii . in :n .iul 1T reveu-
lec'i ytv.r-i : n .r :ii
Hlni kinv- tor .,( -,.
edii'. ; (!o;l: i--.-, pr
(b'.ioii ji'..: . i I
Cll!lCl!i M.;i; it:!
P?OI!J .i y.is.
U. Xi r;it on IiHIhI.s
'i h'i!::li,-ls of rf in.
y itmi I'ufiriuu aud
rf.Aiji (-U2VS) c.Moi n.iiiy.
U.K. I ;:r !itor. Psq., 1 ii!i.kn-.it. X. Y..
cuttil tI i'-iiisinm tr LejiMy. of i weuty vejtrs'
staiiUinsr t j- t.tie cu:i ui;i i:olveur (blood
puriiicr-iitu'iudiU juiUCuUcura au.i Cutieara
Honjuttis :!i-fi,t skfn cur i exienuvlly. The
mtit wocrj;" ;iil -:ii- oh nxoid. Cure o-rllfled
to iiefore a Justice of the peae and prom nent
citizeu. All jiHlirtea ;t!i itching and sciily
dic:ses sliotiH se.id to u for ihi testimonial
In full. v
F. H. Or ike, Ks.i.. Detroit. Mieh.. suffered
beyond a!! -i - j.r!,: frum a ficfu disease
Kbioh air-.!'.v:l -hi lii hit'icN, livd nnd f.ice.
and nearly ct .--.t y hi eves The nioiHt care
ful doetiiri:! i'iui-.i to hflp' him. aud alter all
Jiad faiie.l ?e u-et ;l,e rwricuia Kesolveni,
(tilood iui r. ! i iiinr:ialiy. ("nik-sua aud C'uti
cura ti.aii tLr ur.'at shin c.ireK) t vtcr-iallv, and
was cured, a' tl has reitiaitied neri'ectly u'eil to
nkik m !i!.s; "
' llr. S. E. V,'I,!.T)!.. Deai;r. yVfli , v rifes
that her f;i f In ad a -l .su;,ir j;;i ts of her IwjUy
were al:it..-t ray. liad covered with si.-al)H
and sor'-. -iiSered Ii inliy :ind tiied owry
Ihla.. I Vi- ii !!"! I !v cure I liy i'';ifi)tr. IJ.'so!
vem tWiHi'l .ii iiit'il and rmi'eura and Cuticura
Soap ttHC -i ? ci!iv;.
t?c;i edi i f ir ."!c hv : 11 druczfft.s. Pilce
of ft-TTcr-K-A. a M.-(io..l .1 v. "ouii hocs, ,v.. :
lare boxes. i i rriri KA Hksoi.vknt. the
lie '-.v H!ood I'.;; . i ,.t-r bott'e. f'UTiri-KA
Ml.MCISAI. T1 -r S.ip, ; C'L'TK'L ICA
Mr.Dinvit. 'iiwNr. s.n!', i.y. ; i,avsi for
bnitHT8 au.i i;:rt:c (n--'i"ov. '"'ifinal
depot. . WEEKS & rOTTEU,
ki 4 w flJI
.; re ' - .1 p
-.. 1 H fil . r.. -j w tX' Lj! at
Snnford's Badicai Cure.
Head Co!.!h, Watery lM-cliarges from the
Nce atid i' l;iM;:ii!)j Noises m the Head.
Nervous l-e. : aches aud Chili and fever in
stantly re!;e ed.
Chokfn?. parrid niucuft 1 iilodL-od, tnero
braiie f)e.neil, !N infected mid healed, breath
sweeteiieii. sirieii, taste and hearing retoied
and coiictituiionai lavages cheeked.
t'oiijih. I'.r tichitif. Droppinss ia tb Throat,
l'aiin in lb.- hest. ly-pep.tia, Watlnif wl
strciisth a 1.1 Komi. la)ss tf hleeo. cured. -due
hottie ii'.i.iicui f'tire. one box Catarrhal
.Solvent and :u- In: ;i'ifiTii's Imialer. in one
package. . A '1 .u-.u-iMn. far f 1. asU for Sam
roni's Uun.'.u. 1 t nv.
WEEtC-i & I'OTTKi:-. Hoston.
7 - ? ? sti 1 E K'i": r.;lie.Ti;.i prttu ar:d
--ti ' U 1 ak:.es of t.i:e Kidueys,
V ' ,,"- L-.vertmd Litres. iUieuwa
--: - j C- tW:n,' Ne.nrst.i:. liysieria.
euinie v eafr.eso, Miliaria
nii'.l l'ever nid Aja;e. Price
5 t-. sold everywhere.
Tlie nam? of IIotcttcr'a Ftonach Biftt-rs i
heard ia every dwelling, it J; ri'Lri a place la
every household, !ind its j-rnlw. - arc soiiralol
throughout the whola Wrsiera lletnifpheiS', ai
a general invijrorant, a cire for sick headache,
a Bpccidc for flatulency and soar fitoinacl;, aa
appetizing stomachic, "an excellect blood dc-
furent and certain rcnie!y for intorr.dttciit
ever and kindred diaeases.
For sai by all Drwyrpists and Dealers
LA i a o MOUTH
SILVER HELICON BAND,
Is :iow fn'
with a c.-v-
1 1 .
Orders n -.
:-i' iJ. 1 1 furi'idi ui!i.-i
! a'l ocra-loii".
9t Cir.rmi-fiif lull
ted re;ert"ire of
i ii u. d. T,i:ii'' teasoiiible
Ol-NTt, ?. O. Book StO, 0
. riM.EV Johnson, Scoy.
TenilLrlciii Meat Wei,
W. F, rriORRISON, Prop.
BEEF, ' -
J VI Oil
t.'h t-.-C!i i'.V. a:id "ii; Ht Nov!
ur 1 Alii?.
1. ' i It !t
I have m:".. a nc-v
icx-Maker fi'OJii the east
13C.OOO No. 1 Briok
Hyp Keadv nd for fule. Coine aud Exanncf
ttcni for yourelve. thej
f:dion a man ort goct
Will. Hot te Unsleito 1 i-i a ofBrici.
I am also r.ow re.idy to Contract for
all kitHl of bmidinps and to put:
rjy any kinJ f work in .
Uriel; v-ric-i. -
.JEKIiy II ATlTMAN.
At wy piat - o-s V i,in!-..:i Avc:i;e or at P.
S White Si : .'T Mai a .Street, riat.(-ctnfa.
ti t. .
3 3 z!:
Has ren-.r, . ; Maiti street, to the hoa-.e of
FRANK N I EM AN,
rear Jowj'li W. Jo'asoa'a House, v.here
rrr - -n h i , r. -i . . . 3
VV 6 Will -tliw dVa UZ i w UUi
as ; - :.;e. a iy ir -r.n kinds of
JLiA "rT TTDl::."7"TTsrv'
. 77 , '
. . . . , .. ,
iieme:ni r t rtKcbir.o auxlo.s'v ltt iht 1
GHAI ANO rCODUCR.
V heat. No. 2..
Corn, ear, . . . .
hariey. No. 2
.0 KtO 76
1 yxiAi ?
NEW YOHK MAltKETS.
Krw YoitK, Jan. 11,
ChicauO. Jan. U. 1982.
...i I 4 CA US 75
. . G.I S8S
i. , P2
...... i 1W.
UTE STOCK. .
....... ...IJS !0.?8 49
4 wa, 4 f
Hog", f hlf-plntf . .
Cattle. " I,
1'EH.OWrt' II I'OrilOHl-lIlTKt
Is a couihina'.h u of Hypophoxph'.tes. origin
ated by me hi Canada while under the process
f pidmonai-y consumption, and w hlch bas unce
teen employed by the medical profession
throughout America and England with unpre
cedented success. "
It contains the elements essential to the ani
mal organization, ;he oxidizing agents aud toi.
icn. lu coiabiuatton with tlie sliouilatinR aent
phwftphorus, poseisiiig the merit of beitif
slightly al!;a!ine, and Is dipensed iu the con
venient anJ palataMe form of a syrup.
Its t fTecu are usually visible within tweuty
four hours and are marked by a stimulation of
the appetite, the digestion and assimilation,
enteriug directly directly into the circulation ;
it tones the nerves and muscles ; exerts a
healthy action of the Hceretions ; neither dis
turbs the stomach nor injures the s.stern under
prolonged use, and may be difc-jntinned t any
time w ithout inconvenience. ,
In a ord It posfeesesthe stin.ul.iiif s to aroi se
the strength, the tonice to ietaiu it. aud merit
or a h gli decree. Very Resect ully.
JAMES I. FELLOWS.
D.i tint le deceived liy remedies bearing a rfm
slarname: vo other pre tmrctiim is a tuMilute
for thin under any cetumiitj.ncex,
SOLD BY ALL DHVGU1ST..
&TV E! iV h I l9 5 ,5r Wcd ia t.'.e
J?5 pljfaBtiUB&gitW-. g. scnico fro
KZL& nycnUofcfc.o lor lu.irqf Uecta.wtti'iirrt
Vzg luc tliphmt disability entitlea tc- Jrr-lcn
f.Kourttyand newdirrharernprontTt i. -Tborc -'
ssdoul.t cs to whether entitled to nvth'j
should fiid t-.vo 3c stamps for our Cir
cular of Information." Address, Si.a
e-araf. tTOMUPT & fO.. Eolicito oi Clr.',:-.s
aud Patents, 413 Q fct, H. 1Y., Washingtou. I. C.
NO SHODDY GOODS
Thirty Varieties of Csbbaf; I s6 at Can i ef Conssa.
fcn-: i .f M?io jjaf Peas: as of Msaaa : if of Icru i s(
of Beet in ! i of Tomato, with othor varletlss is ptunxUoa. a
target pnni.m of which were crown on my In ssd Urmt. will
(o-jn.-t in ny Vectabl ud flower B4 f'l !
forlHMa. Sett FHXS to ail who apply. C-XXU'"' iw
Sfit n nJ not write for It. ' 1t i - i 'i r ' " '
ment warranted tn be tt woth aod true to aame. so tu. thmt
sfc".H it prore otherwise, I will nail the order gntia. Tfca
wrtetuBl inrrodswer f Early Oktoaa1 Barbaak Pets,
tot, U&rnlekad Early orw. the Habbara Maaab.
aLarblrboad Csbbas. rblaarTs Krloa. ar.d a score of
other tirw Vetretablei. I in rite the pauenJcc o tbc bUc
New Vegetables a &pe.llty.
Jaios JT. n. brecors. Marwlebesd. Hsm
THE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
. .. to .
Style 8l Price.
J Oil '
'US--.'. Aa-tjsl 4, .
r T ,
POPULAR EVtK VWfRE.
r;. .. t.aw
T 5 Srery fsy d Tr
te tt- Uait-a. Etjt.
-rtt- "3 II m- I a - 1nw rf 3 m w
fj---?.' v"- v i iri.-fei.viTTv vr i rxi
:' frr.si.ia -v at.T-1
NEW AD VERTI SE MENT S.
Diary Free prVvti
lor 1KH. with im-
d lutert.Mt Table,
dar. etc Rent U
any address on retfelut of twroThrs Our
Htmp. Address HABI.KS K. HIKES. 48
N. Delaware Ae.. Fhila ,
I tor IUo wiaUr In luriuiu (l.slr. u. Wry
I Urtre returnn for rornpdrntively l.UJe l-hr.
I'or f'lll pnrf Icular a.ldres in. inetlia'.ely
. .Jt.E ;iUU CO. T&l ltrJwar. K-V.
MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
warrant j Um lowland obap
Mt, lDJiiaaj'il4A to mrmrf
man, ntiitftd txia ftrienoaof
lii; booni In rrnrnt irvnrh
tnarvafr,luboA(l ,f ull git, s
p&ffNi.ooiitaimibautif itJ nfMl
acrarirura, J J6 mi4rrt'tuvnji.
rirODiy ut tf luntl:
illutrat4d MirpKfift : sVni
Dow, Af(trm f elf M!i-
o.l l..lutAnr 1 1 w If I'll..
ilnrer. Xluehn 5JandrcKr. and many
of tbe best medicines known are here con. -Dined
into a medicine cl .uch aiitd powetsas
to niake it the j;retet Hlooa I urifr and tho
Kest health nnd trfnarth rt-hlorer used.
Cures Complaint of Women ami dlca-cs a
the lomaehj HowoIn, Luajts, Livi r sn.d Kiti-D-y.
and i nilielj diiferent fioin Hiwt rs.
4iUier Ksxences and oilier Tonicsi. asitnevtjk
Intoxicates. 50c. and 1 tuet. I.Hie avlu
-- . JIISCOX&CO., CLeiabts, N. Y.-
CAPCfflB POROUS PIASTER
The niBuiifaetureis li.ive
WON THE HIGHEST MEDALS
cud rraise Everywhere.
No remedy more Widely or t-'MVornbly
Known. It is rapid in relieving, quirk hi
curing. For Umc rtnek. It hi nuintlm.
Kidney AfYeetiom. and ArUea and pains
generally, it U tne uui lTalled reuit-dy
ILLUSTRATED FLORAL GUIDE
Tor 1K82 is an F.lemn tfok of ISO
I'stes, tws Colored I'ltttn,'! w
em, svnd utrr tban IOOO lllantra
lioiiHOf the choicest Flowers, l'lants, Keta
bles, and Directions lor growing. It W liaud
soiue eueuih for the Centre Table r a IIli.ly
preeent. eud 011 your iian'e Htid IVst Offlt-a
address, wit li Id cents, and I will send you a
copy. poi'Ki- paid. This is not .1 f,ij : it r if
Irs rest, li is piinU'tl ni uii. I 1 , and
OniiHti. If yuu a(n aiv'. ;, n ... '.
uct the 10 cents.
VICK'W hr.l'.HK nr- use Ihm i,. the
vorld Th Floral 'hitik it I '1 w to
ret and grow t hem.
Virka Flonersti (! t'ei.-r t jt-Te C.nf.'n
174 i'iitff s, 6 CoiOi'ed 11 it -.. t r siavlt.s.
For 5d cents in paper cover; Jt.ec j.! clejyint
viola. In Cenii'u- and Ku:lih.
Vfek'M Illnfr(d Muttily v:e.
rln ."ii I'a'es. a t!"l ied ,"l;ite in r m i i uiii
ter and niuy line Ij.j.rHvi'ij.".
year: rive Copies fi.r $.i '''petie en 1 ; m
bers sect for lOeents ; ," ti i:d eopH .m 'j . ;-.
Address. JAMK3 VICK, Koclx -tt 1, N. V.
'l 1E1. A sdasplo vwmtio remedy!
for Uin and wnMHtui rr, t 1 4.riMtiriii.t-
tumJiroaLhitaCMiUTh,AiiUuuvid ail I kroai
and Luna AJfttioru. Also SL Ioll !vl SUld
rndical euro for Lonoiu Det'Uiiy and ali
Nervous C'.:tiii)ljuiitA, vmth ha t4ttd in
thousand qf iuscipo, with full irrcOotj
i .n orzuau, xndirjj, .r .njriiJw
iKxand uin?,seDt by mail free of
W. W BHERAB. 1 4S I'mnrn-Blo- , Eorh
a iceiri ox siainii. . M'leas mawi t
TALU has always
base eo of lbs mask
ly U si so
il cal aDltrsstisl
of tha above fits.
ssss.bnt Hba mmt-
isr bo so sdnsts-
ed as In Law situ ex
b M tana's TOLU.
hulia aw t . A tn.
vw bi .uw avjagtt aaa bwu iwiiaysa.
O.HUilutl I who try to palm aff jtock and
i-iya for Lar Rcnca V Mlirii'i TOLl, ROCK
sud ItrB which U the aoly JUdJiCATHD ar
tlclc made the gsDaiD bas ft I-R1VATB VIM
Propr'.sUry Btsanp oa each htts
Put op in Quart Siw Bo.t!s. Trioa $L00.
TOLU, ROOK & RYE CO., FaWn
Cold br DRUOCI8T8 and CENKRAL
. ti a v - w v ,, .
IT-Kt Frigraat & fiefreanis cf ?erf aaca
urceeai-s.y ceueatt sie. Lattlrj.
rri: , 23 eta.: lrge Sottlee, 75 ct.
foli ly ia.ri n Dr, a FfuMry. ftn ef Hi,
ea k C... IS. oa (iiry iMttle, .
f PARKER'S OfriQSB mUGi
1 ne fiJcdiCiro fcr Every Family, 4
Ntvtr; INlOICAf ts. 4
Matlsfrcm Ci:i; cr, Huchti. Mar.drjl-c. Ktlllitigia, j
sntl other of the ten vereL-.bte rcmcu.n known, 3
f J-Ks's GlKcaa Tonic lias remarkably varied J
L cur-tive power j. & isthe zreatest Stoma'c h Correct- 4
t or, Uoo4 lJuri r and Livar Keub'.or e er mult & i
Tha Best Medicine You can Use
forBcstoringEealth & Strength :
Iteoouaaiicesto act from the 5rt dow, searches
tha weak organs, and is warranted to cur
help all diseases of the Bowels, htomtch. Blood,
Kidsews, Liver, Urinary Organ. ailCoiiiphunuoi '
Women. Kervootoess, SlccolcssDcts, tbe-
tltai and DrBkaaea. '
V Try a bottle to-day; itm-tysaveyonrifv joet. 3
C and $1 sires atalldrufsitU. lery snninebottSe: J
hi Our si znaajre Cn outsnla wranocr. Hiacol & 3
e Co., K. Y. JLarg savuij; buyitig v isB j
-ll'l.MIS m..i.iu. ' W'j.w.iwt,ijpitwi i 1
Jwt tmt In TSatel.
EwrjWy wboae Katf is fray or fri has fete
lbs pacdof Hair Restcrer a&4 chessoif thai is
ctoanh. acreeablw terkimerl r.A h.mi Vm. Par.
scr s Hair BsJara sarufs the ms fciuidiotis ia f
respecis. Sc'd by ttmrri. -n - .
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriagos alwaysciTllaEtl f
and ; r ' ;
Siirt 1 nhail do no more rredlt bniBt hs.
Seot:iits itium he settle.! mjj. a:il no Qow .ie
will e in;ttt:. t'nless snoii m-countj f settled
thwrtly they will be sued.
1 v ih lu do a strictly mmIi hni I f ut ure.--JOHN
No. G f..r
tercfXSSl. Free to soy i JVt?f. Con
tains fall description of all Arvft of grma
for persjonal and fatnilj xso. f. zl
dliectjy wkli th coosumer, r-.nc'. n-il ail
iroodi" in r quantity at ic.V.wj!v f rivva.
Yoa van buy better and cLeaj:r tiin at
XO.MGOKERY WJtKD iiCM--.-