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PLATTSMOUTH. MARCH 9. 1882.
Oar Clnb List.
Here we are with our Club List. To every
subscriber who pays for the comloa; year In ad
vance we will fire a copy of Kendall's "Hone
and His Diseases" free. As will be noticed by
looking over this list carefully, several prem
iums te offered by other papers and maga
zines, so our reader can, if they wish, obtain
two premiums as wen as two papers at low
Berald and Inter-Ocean, tweekly) $2 75
" " St. Louis Globe-Democrat... 3 75
. . Chicago Herald, weekly.... 40
M . " " daily 6 15
' Burlington Hawkeye 3 GO
" Louisville Courier-Journal... 3 05
. Leslie's Ilia. Newspaper 4 15
N. Y. Times, fuem-weekly)... 4 15
" .Sdn, (weekly)... 2 CJ
- ToleaoBlade 3 oe
" ' Iowa Farmer, (and Garfield
' . ' prem.). 3 3
" " Scientific American 120
. Nehr.iska Fanner. 175
M Omaha Republican (A prem). 2 75
. Omaha Bee (and prem.) 3 5
" Ameilcan Agricultuilst 2 65
Prairie Farmer. 3 30
' The l.ural New Yorker (with
seed distribution.) 3 60
" - Harper's Bazar 4 R5
- Weekly 4 85
Monthly 4 65
" Younit People 2 85
" Scrlbner' Monthly , 4 85
"St. Nicholas 4 10
: - Eclectic Magazine 5 75
Demorest's Mouthly Maga- -zlne,(with
prem.) 3 15
" Oodey's Lady's Book 3 25
phrenological Journal 3 15
Literary & Educat'ual Note. 2 25
' Good Cenipaiy... 4 00
Ehricb's Fashion Quarterly.. 2 10
. " Housekeeper. . 2 40
Pacific Jcnition voted for city
officers last Monday.
A communication from Adirondack
arrived late Wednesday night, too late
for this week's issue.
II. J. Rohweh, of Ft. Calhoun,
Washington Co and formerly of this
city, died on the 27th ult.
Messrs. Chapman & Ueeson, of
this place, are retained as the attor
neys in the(Bohannon, Cook case. The
plea, we presume, will be self defense.
Ocrt old newspaper friend, "Boo
ster," J. C. Ambrose is lecturing in
Chicago on the -Sham Family." His
lectures are very highly spoken about.
The 15. & It. K. 7s within one
hundred miles of Deuver, and travel
ling that way at railroad speed -not
quite sixty miles an hour, how
ever. Queen Victoria was shot at on
March 2d, by a crazy man named
McLean. Fortunately his shooting
was as much off as his mind and no
one was hurt.
The State Teachers Association
will meet at Crete, March 2tb, 28th.
and 30th. AH information concern
ing the meeting can be obtained of
Prof. D. H. Perrv, president Doane
A little girl born in Saunders Co.
whose father is a greenbacker, was
married Frankie Weaverette, after
three prominent greenbackers, Frank
Norton, Gen. Weaver, and congress
man Gillette. Will that insure her
plenty of greenbacks all her life?
Dan'iH. Wheeler left for Denver
Sunday last, to take charge of the
great Exposition to be held there this
summer." We are sincerely glad Mr.
Wheeler has accepted this position and
hope he may make as great a success
as the importance of the object to be
Capt. Palmer and his old friend,
Capt Price, of the Regular Army, call
ed yesterday. In a few moments' chat
Capt. Price went over a whole decade
of prairie life, and interested us ex
ceedingly. Capt's. Price and Talmer
were on Gen. Connor's staff togethei
during the Rebellion.
The Herdics at Lincoln do not seem
to be a success. There ought to be
some way to get to the Capitol In less
than t,70 hours, and without travelling
all round the city first. We have
tried three times to get there in a Iler
dic, and feared the season would be
over faofore we reached the spot. . v
Daj Farrel, of Glenwood. sher
iif of that County, had a narrow escape
and a desperate fight with two des
peradoes and train robbers that he ar
rested in Wisconsin. The citizens of
Mills Co. presented him with a gold
watch and chain as a memento of the
occasion and his bravery in capturing
these men. .
The Cass County Agricultural So
ciety met on Saturday last. A v.ery
large turn out greeted the eyes of the
visitor, and much more interest was
displayed than we anticipated. Mr.
Crosby was elected Secretary, and we
think, as the Journal puts it, the "new
deal" will insure us a gcod fair next
Fall. We will give the details on out
side next week.
All ovvir southern Illinois, Indiana,
Ohie, and down the Mississippi they
are having immense floods, doing
great damage to life and property and
throwing thousands out of employ
ment. Perbaps we do not really ap
preciate how favored this country has
been for years in not being scourged
with any great calamity or serious
drawback to its great prosperity.
We had the pleasure of meeting Mr
Knickerbocker, of the Juniata Herald,
for the first time, during the late
meeting of the Editorial Association.
He is rather severe on our Mr. Rush
uell and still sticks to his Finch let
tersays he saw it, it was shown to a
dozen others and they all believed it
to be Finch's handwriting. Bowen in
included. He says 13o wen well, well;
may be we'd better not meddle if this
family quarrel, but if Boweu's right
ear did not burn that day, it never
will, not even when he gets down below.
Klots in Omaha.
Very serious labor riots have occur
red in Omalia lately. It seems the H.
& M. 11. It. Co, let the contract there
for grading the grounds in to ruled for
their new depots, Ac , needed by the
extension of the road to Denver, to
J as. Stevenson, who, advertid fr 30o
men and set about a hundred to work
at 81.2 per day. After working it
few days some of the men became dis
satisfied and struck for $1.50 per day.
They were joined by others in the city
and the work ceased. Stevenson or
fering, after a time. $1.40 per day. The
B. &. 11. Co. finding their work delayed
abrogated the contract with Stephen-
son and set their own men to work
paying $1.50 per day. This did not
suit the Omaha Unions and l.orers,
it seems, and they continued the strike,
forcing these men to quit, although
they were protected, or an attempt was
made to protect them by the police of
the city. The B. & M. then took men
up from Plattsraouth on a social traia
nights and mornings. The matter
culminated yesterday evening when a
mob of 1500 or 2000 men marched on
the ground and cleared the working
men, officials of the road and city po
lice off the grounds and effectually
stopied all work for the present
We have not full particulars at this
writing but greatly regret the whole
affair for the future of our State as
we fear it will cause a cessation of all
but the most important work all aleug
the entire line.
The nomination of Conkling fwr
Judge, if accepted, takes one of the
mcst disturbing elements out of New
York politics, for whether Coukling
desiies it or not. he is inevitably con
sidered as a factor pro or con iu every
move in the political chess-board in
the Empire State and will be for years
should he abstain ever so much f rom
active participation in conventions
and public meetings. The nomination
shows political sagacity and fore
thought of a high order in Pres. Ar
thur. Under all the circumstances
Conkling ought to accept.
The non appointment of Sargent to
the Cabinet is also a mark of wisdom ;
however able Sargent may be and well
qualified, there is a prejudice against
him from California and over the
Country generally that would have
made a Cabinet appointment of that
nature unwise. As Minister to Ger
many, his talents and real business
ability can be recognized aud develoj-
ed-to the benefit of our foreign affairs
and the nelfare of the whole country.
Since writing the above it is under
stood Mr. Conkling declines.
The Commissioners at their last
meeting (in February) appointed
twenty-four road supervisors to fill va
cancies ; of these only four or five have
qualified. In order to have the land
road tax appropriated and worked out
supervisors must qualify, otherwise it
is a cash tax. The Commissioners
have done their duty, and we call at
tention to the matter that some steps
may be taken to fill thefr places. The
legislature cut the salary down from
$2 00 per day to $l..r0 per day, an un
wise change as $2 per day was small
enough for the attention of a good
man. Still districts should get togeth
er at once and for their ownj good re
commend some one who will serve if
the present appointees do not wish to.
If so recommended the Commissioners
will reappoint on such request.
Hon. Lawson Sheldon was up here
last Friday, and we learn that Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon will celebrate their Sil
ver Wedding on the 18th of this month.
All the old suttlers in the neighbor
hood are invited, and when it ceme
off the Herald will aiise to congrat
ulate those old friends en their good
fortun, anu their success in th gieat
State of Nebraska.
Hon. Ctucs Alton, our school
superintendent called in to see us yes
terday. Mr. Alton has been verytusy
aud is making a thorough overhauling
of school matters aud posting himself
generally these days. He is an indus
trious man, we all know, and our
schools will feel his influence before
the term is out.
The new branch of the M. P. It. II.
from Avoca west seesas to be a hydra
headed sort of critter. Now it's going
to Lincoln, now we hear of the sur
veyors up about Greenwood and anon
elsewhere. Where you going with
your cross-road, Mr. House, any way?
Tell a MIer, can't ye?
It takes a Piatlsmouth man to
thoroughly engineer an editorial puff.
Last week the owner of a new restau
rant down there decided to open up
with a grand flourish, aud in order to
give it the requisite amount of re
spectability and tone, he invited all
the scribes of the town to "see him"
during the quiet hours of evening.
They came in pairs, armed with pa
tent elastic bowels and burnished
teeth, waistbands prepared for an
emergency and appetites sharpened for
a square meal. The memories of the
feast were visible in the next edition.
Deacon Bushnell "pawed the colum
ded air" with pious exclamations;
Sherman painted the emotions of a
full stomach in glowing? colors, and
MacMurphy loudly clapped his palms
for more. It is always safe to
strike the scribes of Quality Hill be
lew the belt. Bee.
And it takes a Bee reporter's imag
ination to polish up nothing into some
thing; as MacMurphy was not in town
that night and has not as yet even ate
a morsel in Murphy's new place, he
could not very well have clapped for
more. There is "nothing in it" enly
this story coming on the heels of the
various Registry yarns last week, of
what this one did and that one wanted,
most of which were clear faced false
hoods, reminds us: "Do newspapers al
ways tell the truth?"
MaHy persons will take no medi
cine until prostrated on a bed of sick
ness. . This is folly. Nature always
calls for assistance when needed to
throw off impurities. With our habits
of life, it is necessary to render this
help. Pricsly Ash Bitters will not
force nature, but acts wildly and ren
ders the assistance required. Try
them. 4irt3 '
The Musical Couventloa and Concert.
The Musical Convention, under the
Directorship of Prof. Seager, was the
event of last week in our city.. Over
eighlv persons participated in the ex-
! ercises of the Convention which con
! histea of two sessions a day, afternoon
and evening for six days. The Con
vention terminated with a grand con
cert Thursday evening. At eight
o'clock the rising of the curtain dis
closed sotnye seventy of our musical
people, who, at the proper signal from
the professor's baton, gave the chorus-
-O, Hail us. Ye free." from the
Opera Ernani. Our first impression
was one of. surprise, at the progress
made iu so short a time, by so large a
number representing all grades of cul
ture and ability. We were also at
first a little disappointed at the lack
of volume for so large a number, but
when we retiocted upon the acoustic
proportion of the stage and hall.it was
easily explained; unless the sound
emanates from the extreme front of
the stage, one half of its volume is losi
and with so large a number it was
impossible to bring them forward.
One of the most pleasing features ol
the evening was the display of talent
by the little f.,::s; in the semi chorus
"Our Baby" aud ' the marching song
"Rambling", they did themselves great
credit, as well as their instructor, and
gave a fair outlook for the future
musical ability of Plattsmouth.
As announced in the program Miss1
Maggie Dawson, who has been for
neatly a year past absent in Philadel
phia and New York parsuing her mus
ical studies, under the best of mas
ters, among them Heruani, appeared
aud favored the audience with a cou
ple of selections. Ouu a duett. The
Gypsey Countess." assisted by Mr. Pet
tee, and "The Sob Song"fromOIivette,a
solo. Miss Dawson has profiled well
by her instructions, and sang in an
easy, unconstrained manner, which
was very refreshing. The acting in
Sol Song was very tffective, als, and
the i espouse to the encore, a election
iroiu Olivette also, was a delightful
little bit of sarcasm badniageand wit,
well sung and acted.
The humorous duett by Mrs. Wise
aud Mr. Gallagher, seemed to strike
the audience very favorably as also the
eacore "Spelliug Lesson." Prof. Sea.
ger himself favored us with a duett
accompanied by Miss Ola Barnes,
"When Ye gang awa, Jamie," which
with its astonishing httle impromptu
aside was enjoyed about as much as
any selection during the evening. MU
Raines, so the professor announced,
had but one day of preparation on this
p relty Scotch baliad, and was therefor
deserving of much commendation for
her really admirable manner, both of
singing and acting, although the diffi
culties were diminished by such effect
ive support. The audience, delighted
at the happy ending of the love affair
of lamie and Jeannie signified by
theirpersistent applause their intention
of being satisfied with nothing but a
repition of the same aud the profess
or indulgently humored them. Here
occurred the.delightful little impromp.
tu aside, alluded to before; as Jeau
nie lays her hand upon Jamie's should-
r and protests her undying affection
a slight commotion was heard in the
first row of benches where the little
foiks were seated, and a youngster cf
about rive was discovered standing up,
saying "Oh, Ola, Ola, ain't you ashamed
of yourself. You ought to have your
picture took" and clapping his hands
and laughing with all his might. It
proved to be Miss Ola's brother, little
"Cap," who was so struck with the
idea of his sister making love to a
great big man up on the stage before
all those people that he could not re
strain himself. The professot seeing
the comical acting of the youthful
clitic was also entirely overcome, and
the audience taking in the scene were
soon convulsed with laughter, aud
cheer after cheer testified their appre
ciation, during which the Professor and
Miss Ola most graciously bowed them
selves out and left the floor to little
Prof. S'-'ager, we understand, will
visit Plattsmouth again previous to
his great mass concerts te be given iu
Omaha and Liucolu, and after this
most successful proof of his ability to
do. what he undertaker,, we predict for
him a warm welcome, whenever he
A word of commendation is particu
larly due Misses Pollock aud Living
ston for their services as organists, a
position somewhat oueious ana hardly
appreciated at its full worth, aud
which ware rendered by them most
It used to be said of Plattsmouth
ncusiciaus Oh you caa never get them
to work together," but this has proven
that they can and do work together
under favorable auspices and that
when they do they make a musical
noise ia the world, equal in volume aud
Uue to the assembled musicians of
most towns the size of this.
Coakliug and Ills Colleagues.
From the St. Louis Pot-I)lspatch.
Some twenty years ago Conkling,
Blaine, Allison, Windoiu, aud Wilson
were all republican members of the
House together. They' were all poor
at that time very poor. They were
of about the same age, had about the
same start, and have been in public
life constantly. Blaine is a million
aire; Allison, of Iowa, in the Senate,
is another millionaire; Sherman is
trebly a millionaire; Windom is a
millionaire; Wilson has also got to be
very rich. Roscoe Conkling, the ablest,
greatest, proudest of them all, is poor
to-day. No man came so near to be
acting president of this country dur
ing the eight years of Grant as Conk
ling. No mail in Washington, except
Grant, had such power, such influence,
such opportunities. Mr. Conkling did
not profit by them. He is poor to-day,
and this characterizes the difference
between him and other leaders of the
Farmer Janesbury says his hens al-va-ys
la' in winter. All he has to do is
to casually rcninrk in their hearing that
t-'jrgs havo droppt4 down to ten cunts
dozen. Then thttv all go to work with a
Barnes J W
Bennett L D )
Buttery J II
BrastnerSaujuel BrantnerJ W
Beaver M L
Chambers J C .
Campbell J A
Campbell W II
- Chambers Will .
-. . . . j -
Dovey O C
Durfee J E .
Epperson :W '
P ' -Fairfield
Fry AC '
Conn J W
Ceicel Isaac "
Dovey G E
Dykes W L
Ellis T O
Fairfield G W
Hartman J S
Harrison Phil .
Johnson J W
Knapp 1 E
, Hartman John
Moore L A
McMacken II C
Miller II M
McLaughlin A W
Nathan I aac
Patterson J M
Peter lira ii Wm
. Nieman Frank
Pierre B W
Smith C P
SeidensirickerPSr nooks E
TuiaWr B J
Smith A J
Vanderv enter C
White M L
Wise W S
Way man John
White W J
White F S
White F E
W right A
Waterman U A
Windham R B
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
Cass Covntt. f
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true list o' the legal voters of the 2
Ward in the city of Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, as appears from my registra
tion recoid. I will sit at the office ef
the Cass Co. Iron Works, Monday and
Tuesday, the 27th and 28th days
March, for the purpose of adding to
and making corrections of the same.
Registrar 2d Ward.
KUITKO KT THK WOMAN'S CHUIMTIAM TKM
" For Oad. an J lioiuts. aad Native Laud."
On tiie evening of the first of this
month Mr. Eli Johnson gave us his
famousjecture, "What they diink and
how thfcy make it." We wish every
citizen r of Plattsmouth. could have
heard it.. Mr. Johnson is a mast effec
live spee.ker; his lecture was altogeth
er different from ordinary ad Sressrs
upon the temperance question. The
facts he adduces from his observations
are so convincing, that he rivets at
tention and carries conviction to the
hearts of his hearers. All were de-
lighted with his address.
Theaddress of Dr. Meade on' last
Sabbath afternoon in temperance ha!!.
was listened to with interest by all
present. - He took for his subject.
"The effect of Alcohol upon the brain;'
his address was carefully prepared
and well delivered. Let the battle
ag-iiost alcohol go on all over our
country. Mr. George Magney follow-
with a few well timed remarks. These
meetings are growing in interest; may
they be continued and may the effort's
of the temperance people in our com
munity, be crowned with success
Meeting on next Sabbath afternoon at
4 o'clock. Everybody invited.
Bettgr burn your money than spend
it for whiskey. . .
Judge Noah Davis, who will shortly
arrive at the twenty-fifth anniversary
of his accession to the judiciary of the
State of New York, declares that the
cause of all the crimes brought before
him during that time could te traced
A body of Temperance Union wo
man, headed by Mrs. La Fetra called
and formally presented President Ar
thur, for the White House, the mas
sive frame which arrived a few days
since for the painting of Mrs. Hayes.
The ladies requested that the picture
when hung permanently, be placed in
the East Room, to which request the
President replied that their wishes in
the matter should )e complied with if
A Slather's Influence.
The following gem should be read
iu every family:
A mother un the green hills of Ver
mont was holding by the ri?ht hand a
son, sixteen years old. mad with Ieve
of the sea. And as she stood by the
garden gate that morning, she said;
"Ed ward, they tell uie. for I uever
saw the ocean, that the great te muta
tion of seaman's life is drink. Prom
ise uk. before you quit your mother's
baud. that you will never driuk liqttor."
"And," he said for he told the aiory,
"1 gave the promise. I went the giobe
uvt r, to Ca!cuit.t ami the Mi I'.i'.t 1 1.
nean. S;tn Fiansisco and the Ci'l"" f
Good Hope, Uie N-rib and South Pole;
I saw them all in forty years, and
never saw a glass filled -with the spark
ling liquor that toy mother' form at
A LIST OP THE BEQIBTERED
OF THE SECOND WARD.
the garden gate did not rise up before
my eyes, and to day I am innocent of
the taste of liquor."
Was not that sweet evidence ct a
single word? Yet that is not half.
"For," still continued he. "yesterday
there came into my counting-room a
man of forty years old."
-Do you know me?"
"Well," v he said, I was brought
drunk- into -your presence on ship
board; you were a passenger; they
kicked me aside; you took me to your
berth and kept me there until I had
slept off my intoxication. You then
asked me if I had a mother; I said I
bad never heard a word from her lips;
you told me of yours at the garden
gate, and to-day I am master of one of
the finest ships in New York harbor,
and came to ask you to come and see
me." . . . .
How far the candle throws its beam!
The mother's words on the green hills
of Vermont! God be thankful for the
mighty power of a single word?
Light aud Life.
Beer and Bright' Diseases.
Gath, in one of his letters to the Cin
cinnati Enquirer, from Nev York, re
ports a conversation between him and
Dr. Montross Pallea, who was promi
nent in the recent great convention of
physicians in London, from which we
take the following: '
"I asked Dr." Fallen, among other
things, if he theught there was any
connection between lager beer and
"The man,' said he, 'who habitually
drinks l eer is sure to have Bright's dis
ease. Beer in large quantities is one
of the .worst things a man can ruin his
stomach and organs with. In Germany
where the students drink a great deal
of the beer when young, their kidneys
and bladders are always affected.
Talmage to the Stock-Gamblers.
Disonre." Come out in a circular
and call upon your victims to come and
get restitution. Young men, beware of
stoek-jramblinjr; beware of all doubtful
speculation. If you cannot earn a liveli
hood in a healthful way, die: death af
fords a healthful sepulchre. See the
dying gambler in his delirium. He talks
of options, percentages, buyer, sixty
days, stocks up, stocks down. He rises
at " midnight crying One thousand
shares of Illinois Central at 1231." Tako
it! He falls back dead. No more divi
dends: swindled out of Heaven Stocks
down! Let us prsy.
You are hereby notified, that I have
this week forwarded to you a full set
of blanks for school meeting, annual
report, register and census.
I shall expect you to take care of.
and use these blanks as directed. In
the annual report, see that the amount
paid out and on hand equals the
Make your reports as full and as
perfect as possible.
Remember that notices of school
meetings must be made fifteen days
before the 1st Monday of April, and
the census must be taken withia the
ten days previous to the annual meet
ing. If blanks are not received notify
meJmmediately. Cyrus Alton,
Just received some fine warranted
silk, plush, and felt hats at S. & C.
Uncle Tom's Cabin Again
And the Trained Donkey Barney, and
the Siberian Blood Hounds, and TopJ
sey, and the Nashville University Stu
dents in the great plantation cotton
picking bCene. Hear what other folks
have to say about them:
The Boston Ideal Company appeared
at tLe Li- coin Opera lleuse last night
before an audience that severely test
ed the seating capacity of the house.
Long before the doors opened the lob
by and uall-ways or the theatre were
gorged with a dense mass of humanity,
all striving to reach the ticket office
and be the first served. It was the
largest crowd ever applying for ad
mission to a public entertainment.
The play w s put upon the stage in
splendid shape and very satisfactorily
acted by the company. Miss Blauche
Madei as lopsy. and .Little fansy as
Eva, were the best ever seen here.
Danville (III.) Vews.
And then read their adv. in another
R. R. Suits at C. G. Herold's. just
received; very nobby and stylish, call
before they are sold. o0t2
That prince of good fellows, whom
4-he Omaha Bee says knows how to
get at a newspaper Man's heart the
'jruickfst, to-wit: "Pat" Murphy, he
that keeps the "Central Restaurant,"
came into the herald othce luesday
with a big box of sweets in one Laud
and a fine box of smokers in the other
and laid them down for the boys ai,d
the office to enjoy. The smokers for
the boys and the sweets for the mad
am, and our children? . ir JUurphy
runs his restaurant as well as be does
up this business he'll have an over
A full assortment of- blanks and
memorandum books of all kinds at the
P. O. News Depot. 1
Having purchased the interest of
Mr. Atwood in the Merchandise bus
iness, 1 will continue at the old stand
here I hope to see all my old friends
and customers, and welcome a host of
new ones. Aly motto win be, ".Living
prices and everything as represented.
or money refunded, but do not choose
to sell below cost." Respect fully.
W. II. Baker.
Phil Young has a large line of
photo attd nutorraph albums, and a
complete line of ladies' and gents'
pocket book and purses. 1
Ci ites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary l'ublic. second door east of
Court House. Plattsmouth. Neb. 5tCm
Hyacinths and Crocuses full of
bloom and as sweet as anything; Cro
cuses nve to ten cents, and Hyacinths
twentj-uve tu thirty cents per pot.
49t3 Lew. A. Moore.
A late novelty in embroideries
with Torchon Lace edges at F. Herr
mann's. ' ' oiw
Go' and see the new goods com-
ng in at W. II. Baker's.
One hundred pair of knee pants
for children, ready made at C. G. Her
Go to A. Salisbury, over Smith &
Jlack Bros., tor your Dental worki-ltf
For the best staple and fancy
groceries in Plattsmouth go to J. V.
Weckbach's. . . , .. lOtf -
-rrPfMg? -the largest stock at J. M.
aolerl. Stf I
February Weather Report.
Mean temperature .31.17
Coldest " 23d 1
Highest M 10th .64
Total rain fall Hin, ,
One storm, most of the month pleas
ant and mild.
Oysters and fresh fish every Wed
nesday and Friday at Bennett &
New goods constantly arriving at
W. II. Baker's.
For a man it has no equal; for
beasts it is not excelled. What? Ken
dall's Spavin Cure.
Kendall's Spavin Cure is used
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
The largest assortment of Harness
in the county, cheap, at J. G. Chambers
& Son's. 1
An effort existing without a cause
is an impossibility; tickling in the
throat, huskness of the voice, violent
coughing, etc., are the effects of a bad
cold. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures
the cold at once, and removes its se
Lace Collars and ties, a new invoice
at Herrmanu's. 51t2
Go out in the damp air, or set un
protected in a draught, and your throat
will feel s6re and your head uncom
fertable. You have taken a cold,
which ybu can remove as promptly as
you received it by using Ayer's Cher
Alden's evaporated apples and
blackberries at Bennett & Lewis. 1
Victims to constipation and its
untold miseries can keep in good con
dition, by a moderate use of Ayer's
Pills, the surest, safest and most re
The New Furni tire Store will be
round in the Lnion ijIock as soon as
Extract from a letter, written to
T. J. Griffiths, editor of the Y. Drych,
a weekly Welch paper of Utica, NY.:
"As an encouragement to you. since
the advertisement of Kendall's Spavin
Cure first appeared in your paper many
injured miners have been using it, and
in all cases in and around here it has
achieved wonders. It is a perfect
success among injured miners. Yours
truely. Richard Owen,
"Ocean Mines, Pa., April 20th,, 1881.
An alarm of Gre on Monday rallied
everybody out on the double-quick. It
was was up stairs over the Ef press of
fice, and might have proved disastrous
but for timely aid. The fire department
under its new officers was promptly on
the ground, although the incipient
flames had been overcome before they
could hare got there.
48 Marshall St., Providence,
, cured y Cuticura Resolvent (blood puil
and Cuticura Soap (the Kieat skin cure)
of a Ringworm Humor got at the barbers.
spread all over his ears, neck and face, an
six years resisted all kinds of treatment.
F. II. Drake. Esq.. aeent for Harper & Bros.
Detroit. Mich., k'ives an astonishing account of
his case (eczema rodent), which had been
treated by a consultation of physicians without
ueuent. and which speedily yielded to the Cu
ticura Kexolvent (blood purifier) internally and
Cuticura and Cuticura Soao (the treat skin
II. A. Ravmond. Auditor F. W. J. A 8. R. K.
Jackson, Mich., was cured of Scald Hend of
nine years' duration by the Cuticura remedies.
Hon. Wm. Tavlor. Boston. Mass.. nerninent.
ly cured of a humor of the face and scalp (ec
zema) that had been treated unsuccessfully for
twelve yeara uy many 01 uostoirs best pnvsi
clans and most noted specialists, as well as Eu
9IILH C IH ST.
Mrs. Bowers. 143 Clinton St.. Cincinnati. O..
speaks of her sister s child, who was cured of
milk crust w hich resisted all remedies for two
years. Now a fine healthy boy, with a beautiful
ueau 01 nnir.
Frank A. Beau. Steam Fire Endue 6. Boston.
whs cured of Alouecia. or fullinir of the hair, bv
.ine cuticura Kesoiveni, (Dioou purtner) inter
nally and Cuticura and Cuticura Seap (the
irreat skin cures; externally, which completely
restored his hair when all said he would lose it.
The Cuticura treatment consists In the inter
nal use oi the Utiticura Resolvent, the new-
blood purifier, and the external use of Cuticu
ra and Cuticura Soap, the great skin cures.
CI TIt B ItA
RKst kdizs are for sale by all diuists. Price
of Cuticura. a Medicinal .felly, small boxes.
0tc ; iarp ooxes, 51 virncmtA nsaoLVKNT,
the new blood purtner. SI per bottle. CUTiru-
ka Soap (the queen of medicinal and toilet
soaps) arc. Cuticura Medicinal, Shaving
soap, 15c. rnncipai rtepot.
v klks & run Kit, Huston, Mass.
Sanford's Radical Cure.
Clear head and voice, fhm n; pathinc swt-et
breath, perfect smell, taste and hearing, no
cough, no diuess, oy usiuj; kanfobd's Radi
Sneeze until your heal is ready to fly off. eves
and nose running water, throat parched aud
blood feverivh. or take Sanford's Kadical
I l'bk for Catarrh and be cured.
Witch Hazel. American Pine. Canada Fir.
AiuriKoMi aim Clover mossoms are wnat Man
ford's hadieal Cure is made of. One bottle Kad -ical
Cute, one box Catarrhal Solvent and San
ford's Inhaler, In one package, for 1. Sold ev
erywhere. WEEKS & POTTEK. Boston.
Gentle, yet effective, unit
ed with Healin; Balsam,
render Col.LIKS' VOLTA
IC ELECT UI PLAS
TERS one bundled times
uperior to all other ila-
ters for ever
r every ram. weaic-
Price 25 Cents,
Iloetelter'e Stomach Bitters Is the grey
household ciedicine ot ttie American peopw,
and U taken everywhere u a safeguard again:t
inatic ailments, as a sedative m nervous eses,
aul as a general invigorant and restorative.
Por sale by all PruggpsU and dealers
Geo W. Brown.
ffTTirC! IMPKOVF.n ROOT OKK.B
r I JLXVCiW Uc package makes 6 gallons ef m
Jkma delicious, wholesome, spaikllaz temper
ance beverage. Ask your cirvcTst. orient
br mail for 25 Cants. C. K. HIKES, 48 NortB
Delaware Avenue, l'blladelphla.
TTTJOOKS ON BUILDING,
Painting. Decorating, &c. For 1812 eighty
page Illustrated caoalogue address, enclosing 3
WM. T . COM3TOCK, 184 Broadway, N. Y,
Best health and strength restorer used.
C res Cemplainu ef Women and diseases o
the stomach. Bowels, Lung". Liver and Kid
neys, and U entirely different from Bittern,
(.iiuger Essences aud other Tonics, as it never
intoxicates. 60c. and $1 sizes. Large Savin
buying SI size.
JUSCeX & CO., Chemists, N. T.
COLD MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
JL Da put Maiel V orfc.
warns tad thabtu Jcho-.p.
Mt, ludtflm'&sib: to t)v:y
tn.R, aatiUed "U) Seivnc ot
Lit," bound in hut ft Vrenrh
tniulin.embosieti.f u!l fill. Sue
pi-io on r 1 10 s"ti cjr
li!titrat4 amo!, 6e.
rricon!y M.2S-rt tjr cnui:
WM. SIMPSON & SONS'
MOURNING, SECOND MOURNING
FANCY DRESS PRINTS
The EDDYSTONE PRINT WORKS is
ne of the largest and most complete estab
lishments in the country.
THE EXPERIENCE OF HALF A
has enabled them- to attain such perfection
that they can with confidence ask you to test
the quality of their work. They carefully
avoid all poisonous drugs, make only fast col
ors.which are thoroughly washed in hot water
and soap, thereby removing anything which
would stain underclothing.
Those who buy and wear their prints will.
they feel confident, fuidihem superior in dur
ability, artistic style and finish. Be sure and
ask for their goods, and see that their marks
sad tickets are ea them.
Aot to be Sneezed at.
That pure, sweet, safe and effective
American distillation of witch hazel,
American pine, Canada fir, marigold
and clover blossom, called Sanford's
Radical Cure for Catarrh. A few dos
es instantlv relieve the most violent :
sneeziug or head cold, stop all wateryjTVin CLinnnY ftfinTlQ.
discharges from the nose and eyes, ll 1 O llJ U U I XJJ
cure headache and nervousness, and
banish all danger of fever. Complete
treatment for one dollar. 48t4
It is useless to deny that the bright-
est and fairest fall asy victims to con
sumption, and equally fruitless to Ig
nore the fact that decline has its ori
gin in many cases in neglected catarrh
Sanford's Radical Cure is apure, sweet.
balsamic soecific. 50t4
Bank Cass County
Cotner Mala and Sixth Streets.
I JOHN liLACX. Tresident.
1 J. M. PAT'f KRSON, Cashier.
Transacts a General-BanlM Businesj.
HIGHEST CASH TRICE
Paid tor County and City Warrant.
and promptly remitted for.
John niaek, J. M. Patterioj. " C. ILParmele,
r . u. uutnuiann. J. .Mmi"tey, a. h.
Smith. Fred tSnrtler. Blly
d il ITB
Haviuc le.tsflil iVe uuurrks of the late I.
Sweenv. at Smtii U.-n. I am prepared t fur
nish DiincuMiiii Stone of ail sir.rn, and of live or
six different graces and varieties.
in all styles that ia:iy 1 needed.
KEF Eft KM K :
Thirty Years.' Kxperieneo hi cuitinjj ini-i vari
eties ol .Mone. .m;u Die ami iraiu:e.
in the United Slates.
Orders kindly solicited and promptly uiii-wmd
51 U Mauager aud Gen. Supt.
Offers for sale
each pr.doz pr.h'd.
Apple Trees 3 veafs old.
m z w fin oe
Apple Trees 2 years old. llrst
Apple Trees 2 year old. sec-
15 1 W) 11 00
20 00 j
Teach Trees 2 years old
Early Richmond Cherry, 9 to
6 feet ...
Eaily Richmond Cherry 4 feet
Plum Trees, Wild Goose, 5 to
.10 00 I
Quince Trees 40
Apricots, 3 to 4 feet
5 00 I
Raspberries, red, the best.. ..
Snyder Blackberries. . .'
English Goosberries... .......
Cherry Currants, red
Pie Plant, Llneus or 'Wine
OHXAXKNTAL TBRK A
let 7 oo
Norway Spruce 25 cents per
Flowering shrubs 30
Roses, all kinds 30
First class Hedge plants per.
mousanu, ti eo.
Maple Trees 20
Cotton Wood Trees
Any person not seeing
throcgh the Pout Office.
J. D. SIMPSON.
Geo. Woois & Co. Pianos ni Organi.
News Pepot, Magazine And Papers,
Main St. opposite Kew Hotel. -
A fhvonte nrPSriDt'on rf an at the
most not. -d fcrid ucnsstul i-CMllit In tb V. i1.
(now r-tir d, lur tlirur- of Xmotim Mtilitv
M( .Hasliosx, It calrHrw aud iv. cs-u".
la plain seiU-.-U (.nvelupv'ree. lruKgisls uj fiil II.
Address DR. WARD & CO.,. Louisiana Mo-
AST H EVJ A QUjuzo
1 Usrmas Asthma Care nvtryaitoffive im.
I ntdiv reiitj'iu toe wi,n-t a"4uure coJOIort
ble sleep; effects care where .l others 111. A
itrieictmvineOiimnfkeptiaU. Price &0?. si'l
! S 1 XRXrCU Iru(prtntn or by msiL,8anr 1 f KK
. . THE MARKETS. ......
, rjttAIM AND PKODCCtt.
Wednesday, Mch. 1, 18M.
Wheat. No. 2 69
Com, ear u
" shelled, &b
" new. ;.
Oats, , ts&as
.Barley; No. 2 .!
Rye ... ViM
NativeCattle t4 eo
Hoks..-, 5 0tauA ?
Potato 1 50&I 7
NEW YO UK MARKETS.
Nkw Yobk, Mrli. , lsat,
Wheal ...9 I 30
Kye 1 O0
Oats so aai
Cmica.jo, Mch. , IKti
Flour S 00 it$4 M
Wheat" . tti
live. - 8Vi
Barley. , , 1 (00
2 LI VK STOCK.
llOtf. shipoius 3 856 SS
Cattle. a i
shcen .. . 4 ocm oa
Ml. WSIBMSMaWWillif W
A Large Stock of
PALACE BARBER SHOP,
C. F. CHITTENDEN, Prop'r,
Under Frank Carruth'i Jewelry Store.
HOT& COLD BATHS
At All Timen. Always Bealjr.
This Dlace i now furnished with three chairs.
and you can always get shared without waltloc
It is Clean ani Hewly Fitleiij.
We are always on hand to SHAVE, SHAMPOO
or cut your uair at me sbortexi nence.
REMEMBEIt THE PLACE,
Main St., under the Jewelry Store.
SOly 4J. V. CHITT1!MF.. .
Creat chanee to make mo a
ey. Thos who always take
adrantage of the ko4
ehances for making monsjr
I that are offered, KeueraUir '
become wealthy, wlillether
who do nr improve such ehaaces remain la
po' rrtv. We w;int many men. women, boys aad
gir s to work tot us rlht in their w n localities.
Any one ran do the work irerly from the
tirxt tart. The busine" will pay more than te
linif 8,miiii;irv nxui'S. r.xur usivw outnl lurulsu-
ed frre. No one wlio er.i:ii;'H fails I" make mo.-,
y rapidly. You eaii devte yor.r wh)e limi to'
t fie work, or only your pitre inomeuls. t'ulliu-
f in matioii iinil ail that i nnetled s u: lev.Ad
dress f til y 1 Stinhon&Co.. n auil.Me-
CONTRACTOR FOR BRICK.fORK,
DAVID O'BRIEIT "
Will contract for Brick Woik. Stone Mattel lufc.
Vhimntys and Ci.st-.riui a Specialty.
For infers eal! al I.oiue n Wanliinytou Ave.,
Lelwffti 7ih and Eighth et's.
Or address P. O. Box .Mil, - lTjttrliiouth, Neb.
EONS' BRICK YARD.
In the re;ir of the liminor J?tille
ON FOURTH STREET.
oooii 1 1 .V 1:13
F i r s t - C 1 a s s r I c k
READY A1TD FOR SALE.
Will do Contract Work and Guarantee
J. HONS &SON,
15tn3 Hattbmnuth. Neb.
It hat been ascertained that the most Invet-
I erate cases of uc-uralgl are cured by Pellewe
Syrup of II pophosphite. Not olIt Is the prta-
eipal lieHe eradicated, hut the patient is)
made vigorous and strong; the stomach, the
blood, the skin become brulthy. and be ob
tain a new lease of enjoyable life.
The only satisfactory treatment of ueuralxt
la by strengthening the nervous system. A per
son with strong; serves never suffers from this
The virtues of Fellows' Compound Syrup ef
Hypophosphites are such that other' remedies
are seldom required.
The demand for Hypophospbiie and other
Phosphorus preparations at the present day la
largely owiu to the good effeots and sueoese
follow lug the Intro duct km of this nrvUle la 'he
United 8tate, .
Stu.uM the liivuli 1 h.'.ve any difficulty of ii-
e'Hii.g Ihe ((.intxunil Syrup In his vicinity, let
ii'.m ii.t l.e iiit u?T with any oihi-r remedy, be
cause this i'.rtieie ha iut i equal In the dis
i.ncs fir wbieh it i" recommended..
N'iTE.--He suj.icl'cis of person who ree-
am?:ien'l any othr article an "l-it a good."
1 hf hiiK-st r:.tx metii.-il men in every lare .
t-iit. uhcr'" i' Hn.in. recoriir end 11.
SOLD 111' ALL DRUGGISTS.
4slrJ A C
.r. tid fu:l rtevr.pt. pnfM r.l
tnwfw t nui. vst -ortttan-
nvaluil. La silt. Sn.l kV ,
S. TS.. F&Y ft CO.. Detxeit. WoK
rur- . r. i i m
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