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WEDNESDAY, KOV. 10, 18S0.
"Washington-, Nov. 1.
By the President of the United States
of America, a Proclamation:
At no period in their history since
the United States became a nation,
has this people had so abundant and
no univor6al reasons for joy and
gratitude at the favor of Almighty
God, and been subject to so profound
obligation to give thanks for his
loving kindness, and humbly to im
plore hi6 continued care and pro
tection, llealth, wealth, and pros
perity throughout all our boarders,
peace, honor, and friendship with
all the world, firm and faithful ad
herence by the great body of pur
population to the principles of lib
erty and justice, which haB made our
greatness as. a nation, and to the
wise institutions and strong form ot
government and society, which will
perpetuate it, for all these tho thanks
of a happy and united people, as
with one voice, ascend in devout
homage to the giver of all good.
Therefore, I recommend that on
Thursday, tho 25th day of Novem
ber, next, tho peoplo will meet in
their respective places of worship
to make their acknowledgments to
Almighty God for his bounties and
his protection, and offer to him
prayers for their continuance.
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the seal of the United States to be
affixed. Done at the city of Wash
ington on tho 1st day of November,
intho year of our Lord eighteen
hundred aud eighty, and of the in
dependence of tho United States the
one hundred and fifth,
Signed. It. B. Oaves.
William M. Evarts,
Secretary of State.
We don't need a change.
And whoro is Weaver now?
Tom IIendeickb might havo car
Tildek would have made a stron
The nation is not a "political
partnership at will."
In tho Astlcy belt contest Rowcll
will walk off with the prize.
Thousands of democrats are glad
that English waB not elected.
How much waB English's barrel
worth to tho democratic party?
Cuoncn Howe was elected to the
legislature from Nemaha county.
The net Republican majority on
tho popular roto for president is
A nest of good republican states
Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and
Tbebident IIaye8's cleanly ad
ministration had a great deal to do
with tho result.
Tun latest news from California
gives as a probability, a divided
"Tub utterers of stupid lies in a
canvass are snrcly made to suffer."
Latek reports from California and
Oregon give small majorities in both
for tho republicans.
Did yon hear anybody Bay that
Bill English ought to have been
elected Vice Pnsident?
Iowa will bo tho banner state,
having given, it is claimed, nearly
S0,000 majority for Garfield.
D. Sullivan, included in the list
of agitators inuicted,is a member of
parliament for the county of WeBt
There will now bo an opportunity
for peoplo to attend to the ordinary
affairs of life, and give politics
Orders wero issued last week
from London for the dispatch of a
channel squadron to the coaBt of
The Democracy arc talking about
contesting the election in New York
Stats. Better let it alone. Give us
Gen. Hancock can now occupy
his rparo momonts in auswering tho
m question whyit is that tariff is a
DuniNG the month of October
half a million silver dollars were put
into circulation. Texas got of this
Thirty-eight cascB of small-pox
woro recently discovered in Sau
Francisco and immediately removed
to the post house.
At Pakis a prosecution has becu
instituted against Pyatt's paper, the
Commune on account of an article
insulting the army.
Four democrats go to tho legisla
ture from Douglas county, Doane
aud ilowu to the senate, Paxton and
McSchanc to the house.
The German government is pre
paring to enforce the new and strin
gent law against the socialists, who
bein to show a bold front.
Democrats charge that ou the day
before election tho republicans of
Now York telegraphed all over the
ttate that Hancock was dead.
It is reported that there were 1S6
British and foreign wrecks in the
recent storm. Of these 1C1 vessels
were lost on tho British ccast.
The country don't seem to forget
the la6t democratic administration,
that of James Bnchanau, and there
is no sufficient reason why it should.
Ak item of news from Dublin says
that Parnell has been served with a
copy of an indictment and informa
tionagaiust him by a detective of
ficer at the Imperial hotel in London.
The great political battle has pass
ed, resulting iu a decided republican
victory. It is claimed that the elec
toral vote will be 219 for Garfield
and 150 for Hancock.
For want of space our mention of
returns must necessarily be brief.
The most reliable reports, aside from
the official count, show that New
York has cast her vote for Garfield
by a majority of 30,000. Pennsyl
vania 40,000, Ohio 30,000, Indiana
10,000, Iowa S0.000, IllinoiB 40,000,
Michigan 40,000, Kausas 50,000, Ne
braska 25,000, Colorado 4,000, Min
nesota 35,000, Massachusetts 50,000,
Wisconsin 30,000, Connecticut 3,000.
Nevada, California and Oregon
claimed by the democrats. Subse
quent reports 'show that Oregon is
very close and may result in favor
of the republicans. The republicans
now claim tho state, but by a less
majority than wan expected.
Five million of union ballots did
tho work. The result clearly indi
cates that the American people de
sire nochangc in the administration
of government affairs at present, and
should the incoming administration
of Gen. Garfield be prudent aud
wise in the management of national
affairs, it will insure at least twenty
more years of republican rule. The
five million of union ballots will
teach some politicians that it is not
tho best thing in this glorious re
public to havo a solid south, a solid
north or a solid east or west, but to
rally under the same flag throughout
every nook and corner of the limits
of the American Union, where every
voter 'shall be free to express and
vote his sentiments, and have his
vote fairly counted. It also gives a
strong hint to crooked politicians
that slauder and forged libels gotten
up to defeat republican candidates
on the eve of an election do not
work out the success intended, aud
when detected, often result disas
trously to the originators aud retail
ers. These politicians may learn by
the hint that truth is always more
powerful than falsehood, even in a
political contest. It proclaims an
other thing, that north, 6outh, east or
west the incoming administration
will be expected to execute the con
stitution and laws of the United
States, regardless of political trieud
or foe in the north, south, east or
west and that the practices of de
priving 700,000 legal voters of their
right to cast a free ballot aud have
it couutcd, must cease, being entire
ly too despotic to be tolerated in
tho Araorican republic. Wo entreat
our citizens who know where this
trouble oxiBts to use their influence
to put an end to such practices be
fore it is too late, for be assured cease
it must. It is in your power now to
accomplish it peaceably, but if con
tinued, it may cost blood and
treasure to wipe out this speck of
Tho election of Garfield is one of
the greatest political victories on
record, in the greatest popular vote
ever polled. Over aud abovo tho
local victory, wo have great
reason to rejoice in the expression
of the popular will as the determ
ination on the part of the peoplo to
abolish over' despotic practice uiitjpr
our gloriouB republic which may
tend in tho least to bring our form
of government into ridicule and dis
graco among all patriots. A gov
ernment that cannot protect its own
citizens on account of stato lines
and state rights doctrines is the sub
ject of the 6ueors and gibes of even
down trodden foreigners. The re
cent popular vote should be great
reason for rejoicing, as it indicates
conclusively that the peoplo desire
a pure republic. Tho peoplo know
what it cost them in the loss of life
and treasure to wipe out that other
dark 6pot on our republic. How
depressing and disheartening to a
republican to be taunted with the
fact that he lived iu a republic where
tho people "sold babies to raise
money to buy Bibles for the Sunday
School." How much less disheart
ening is the fact that he lives iu a
public whero 700,000 citizens are de
prived of tho right to vote and have
their votes counted. Rejoice, then,
that thi6 decision of the people
points directly to securing a more
perfect and true republic. Mr. Hud
son and Mr. Gross is the only cloud
which casts a shadow over our joy
at the result of our local election in
Platte county, but Mr. Hudson's
presence aud bis utterance of patri
otic sentiment at the celebration
meeting Saturday evening, drove
away the cloud and shadow so far
as he was concerned, and left all free
to rejoice that Garfield carried Platte
"The Only Remedy" forma an in
teresting picture in Harper. The
group of characters are a school
master with his books, a Southern
leaguer with his whips and pistol,
and President Hayes between, ad
dressing the representative of tho
Southern idea in these words : "'Now
my dear fellow, if you will only put
away thoso foolish toys, encourage
and cultivate the acquaintance of my
friend here, Mr. Schoolmaster, he
could cure you of your complaint,
and we should have no more trouble
We learn fron San Francisco that
a jirc recently at Benecia destroyed
twobrick buildings containing con
struction department machinery and
bullet press of the United States ar
senal. Loss estimated at $200,000.
WHAT SHALL. WEDO?
A Question Just Now Receiving
Considerable Attention at
Charleston, Nov. 4. The 2Tews
and Courier concludes a leading ar
ticle on tho result as follows: "Wo
do not for a moment imagine that
tho American people wish that any
state should again be ulcd by a
Scott, au Ames, or a Bullock. Tho
truth was that the control that was
necessary, and even indispensable,
in local affairs carried with it con
siderable influence in national af
fairs. With tho help of two north
ern states tho south could elect the
president and be the master of "the
government. We know, or we think
we know, that that power would
have been exercised wisely, but the
conquerors were not ready to be
ruled, eveu to their own advantage,
by the conquered nor would the
south haYc been, if Grant, instead of
Lee, had surrendered his army fif
teen years since. Besides the latent
war feeling, there was the mighty
influence of the bankers, merchants
and shopkeepers, who had no par
ticular objection to the democracy
coming into place, except that it in
volved a change ot some 6ort, and
they wished no change of any sort.
Why should they ? Business is good,
moucy is cheap, every department
of trade is flourishingit is true that
tho currency isja au unstable condi
tion, but a cool-headed citizen not
in debt would not expect from a
party which prostituted itself to the
Plaistcds and Dclamatyrs a better
dollar thau would be turnished by
Chitendeu, Morton and Shermau
and we may add that, with eyes
wide open to all its faults, tho white
people north of the Potomac had
come to the conclusion that they had
a better prospect of good govern
ment from the republican party than
from tho democratic. Whatevor the
exact way iu which-it came out, it is
a hard fact that the government of
the United States for the next lour
years will be republican iu speech,
purpose and action. The republican
pre.-ident will apparently have at
his back a republican congress.
What they will, they can do with
the southern states aud their people.
Wo hope and believe, however, that
the business interests which were
the mainspring of Tuesday's work
will be opposed utterly to anything
that would in any way embarrass
the agriculture and manufactures,
the trade aud commerce of the south.
It is to tho interests of the north and
west to take this view of tho situa
tion. They will do it whenever and
as soon as the people of the southern
states cease to be possessed by poli
tician, the would-be autocrats of
the union that they did their utmost
to destroy. When this spectre of
southern supremacy is laid, northern
people will bo freer to exhibit their
kindly and interested feelings, and
one of the first questions southern
whites will have to abk themselves
is, whether the welfare of the south
haB been aud is likely to be hindered
or advanced by alliance with the
democratic party of the north.
It does hurt those gentry to be
beatcu. They arc sure to havo just
and equal governments in their
states in any event. Not so with
the south. In losing politically, the
south loses in pocket aud in peace of
mind. Will the south remain on
the losing side, and if so on what
terms and for what purpose?
The southern people, we fancy,
will make themselves heard on this
subject before winter is past.
Experience is Ciood.
The Louisville Courier-Journal is
regarded as a pretty fair exponent
of border democracy, and of course
ha3 something to say concerning the
causes of defeat:
"VVe are unwilliug to beliove that
the disaster which has overtaken the
demo'craticpartyiB a defeat of the peo
plo. It is a defeat of the politi
cians. 'The politicians of the dem
ocratic party, ignoring moral
forces, undertook to play a gamo of
battledore with republican politi
cians. To do this they deserted
their great leader and abandoned
their great principles. This was au
irrevocable blunder. After it a
scries ot accidents and mistakes fol
lowed as a matter of course. The
revolt of Mr. Kelly, the obduracy of
Mr. Hendricks, the nomination of
Mr. Landers, the ruling of the Indi
ana Biipreme court, which set aside
tho verdict of tho ballot box and
restored the October vote, and the
nomination of Mr. English all of
these conspired from time to time
to belittle a campaign ill-planned
and ill-managed, and never big with
inspiration. Begun upon a low tone
it tailed to give from first to last ouo
breezy, soul-stirring note.'"
Some of the most influential news
papers in the south have come to
the conclusion that it is the last time
that they will be led lamb-like to the
slaughter. That's sensible use your
influ ncc to secure the right to every
citizen to vote and have his vote
fairly counted, and abandon your
obnoxious states' right doctrine- and
we will receive you most cheerfully
into tlic republican party. There
should ba no more Mason and Dix
on's line, no more North and South,
but let usall believe in the nationality
of the government, aud protect the
iuterest of allsections and of every
citizen. If tho south wills it, no
power in tho government cau pre
vent it, and when accomplished all
citizens of tho United States, regard
less of party ties, will greatly re
joice. Tho south alone has the
power to bring about this day of
Mr. Robert Thompson-, trustee of
Mrs. Kato Chase Sprague, was driv
ing out to the beach the other day
with Mrs. Sprague to see the wreck
of the Rhode Island steamer and
while on the road young Willie
Sprague, pulled a revolver aud 6hot
at Thompson, the bullet missing the
mark. The boy fled. Thompson
says this is the second time the boy
h( attempted to kill him.
The President and Mrs. Hayes
arrived from their western trip at
their home at Fremont, Ohio, at 1 :30
o'clock on the morning of the 1st
inst. The President will start for
Washington ou Thursday.
The Republican's came out ahead.
Garfield goes to the White House.
Haucock is still a general iu the
This nation means to let well
enough alone, or rather to make it a
little better, by continuing the party
The Republican party ir.ut see to
it that a citizen of the I'mted States
iB recognized as having Mini rights
in each and every State iu the nation.
It looked, at one time, as though the
Republican party wero about to
forfeit their position, because they
had neglected to take care of their
friends iu tho south, in the hour of
Tho loyal idea concerning our
government being right, it must
prevail over all others, and dominate
the policy of administration wo are
a nation, allegiance and protection
aro reciprocal terms, and our gov
ernment must protect its weakest
and meanest citizvii at home, as well
as iu foreign lands.
Let the resources of the country
be tully developed.
A peculiar case of taxation has
come up in the Iowa courts, which
may have 6omo points interesting to
Nebraska. It appears that a lanrc
amount of corn had been bought for
shipment, and placed in cribs at a
town on the Chicago aud Northwest
ern Railroad. It remained in the
crib two years, and, with the advice
of the State Auditor, the assessor
was directed to assess it tor taxation.
The tax amounted to $550, which the
owner did not pay, and a levy was
made by tho sheriff on the corn,
when the owner paid the tax under
protest. He theu brought an action
iu the Federal courts, being a non
resident, to recover tho amount of
tax paid, and sets up that the corn
was iu transit, and therefore not
taxable. As there aro millions of
bushels of corn, two years old, iu
that state, owned by non-residents,
should the county gain the cac, it
will take lively work on the part of
of the corn merchants to save their
own Lincoln Journal.
At time of going to press, although
impossible to give the actual figures,
enough is known so that the major
ities upon the national ticket and
our couuty district officers can be
fairly approximated. There will be
a majority for Garfield of 295; Wal
ling, Legislature, 235; Verba, Com
missioner, 200 ; Turner, Senator, 300 ;
Roberts, Float Representative, 200.
This is the most sweeping Republi
can victory ever recorded iu Col fax
county, and it is evidenco that ere
long old Colfax will be enrolled
among the banner counties. Schuy
A terrific wind storm prevailed
at Montreal on the 8th. A thrco
story house on St. Mary's street,
occupied by a wholesale grocery
story was blown down. Loss,
heavy. The clipper ship Ravenscrag
was blown on her beam ends at the
wharf but afterwards righted. An
unknown man was blown into the
river and drowned. A fierco storm
of wind and sleet raged throughout
tho provinco of Quebec. Heavy
rains flooded all New Brunswick
streams and most of the logs hung
up will be got to market.
A young and beautiful woman,
who carried in her arms a female
child about six weeks old, while the
train stopped a Rhort time at Ash
laud, Neb., left the little one com
fortably packed up in a Bhawl in the
tho water c.loet, and then took the
eastern bound train. No one knew
the woman. The child hao been
cared for by a family in Ashland.
Present indications, aside from
the official count, givo the republi
cans a very largo majority in the
next legislature; some of our ex
changes claim noarly ouc hundred
majority. With this, the republican
members ought to be able to do 6omo
good legislation upon several sub
jects, greatly demanded in tho In
terest of the people.
The democratic stato central com
mittee of New York charge fraudu
lent voting on the part of republi
cans in that state, and have passed
resolutions requiring all the county
committees to compare the census
returns with the vote, in order to
detect tho frauds, contest the election
and take the vote of the state away
The land league in Longhrea has
issued an address, concluding as fol
lows: "The solemn hour strikes
upon the dial of time. The tear
blotted history of your long-buffering
flies open before you. Approach
it, men of Ireland, aud write on its
glorious pages the imperishable
word of 'Freedom.' God save
"Self-seeking traitors to the dem
ocratic party, like John Kelly,
Augustus Scholl, August Belmont
& Co.," did the business, accordiug
to the Omaha Herald:
"Demporatic leaders who ought
never to have been born threw away
a great cause with a wantonness aud
wickedness for which the total de
pravity of human nature can a'one
furnish either explanation or excuse."
The best citizens of Hamburg have
been ejected from that city, in accor
dance with the new socialist law.
Also twenty families in Altona.
Many families have received notice
to quit different towns in Schleswig-Holstciu.
Three of the Republican Senators
who Johu-onizt'd 'rind Greclevizcd,
and wound up by Tildenizing,
Trumbull of Illinois, Ross of Knn
rag, and Tipton of Nebraska, ran for
Governor of their respective states
ou the democratic tickot and were
beaten out of their boots. Tho way
of the transgressor is hard. Lin
Rkitrucan governors havo been
elected in Colorado, Connecticut.
Illinois, Kansas, Maachim'tt.-,
Michigan, Nebraska and New Hamp
shire. The following slates elect
democratic governors : Florida,
Missouri, New Jersey, North Caro
lina, South Carolina, Texas, with
Tennessee still in doubt.
The now congress, according to
'in most reliable estimates, may be
M-t down as follows: In the house
of representatives the republicans
will have a 1filed majority, which
may be m high as 15.and may reach
25, while the senate will not have
more than one democratic majority,
aud porli;i)a not any at all.
The Omaha Herald, viewing the
late battle-ground, is moved to say:
"To him (Kelly of N. Y.) more
than any other man, do owo the
defeat of Hancock. He will cer
tainly have all the glory and shamo
of that defeat that docs not belong
to Mr. English and Indiana."
Let us then hurrah for Kelly
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tfgyPlaid and Fancy Dress Goods, per yard , 00
tfSyTwcnty yards Cheviot Shirting for 1.00
ftafSixtccn yaids heavy Cotton Flannel for 1.00
BSy"AH-wooI Red Flannel, per yard 20
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$2.50 buys a Man's heavy and long Overcoat!
ggy-Kcntucky Jean Pants, only A 50
flSy Men's black wool Hats, only -. . ,.-,. .- 05
ass-Men's genuine fur ' .- '.-.r.?. 50
JJ"A pair of brown Blankots '.....-... i 90
B White Bed Spreads i..T..Ar. 50
Bgy-Men's two-bucklo Plow Shoes .-.' C5
jGy-M en's Boots : 1.25
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION.
It will pay those living 100 miles aws;y
to come and trade with Me.
TO THE LADIES
Wishing a better class of Goods I offer all LATE and STY
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PRICES. I call special attention
to my large stock of
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IS AGAIN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Said House has been re-fitted, painted and is in first-class or cr o the
accommodation of transient guests and boarders.
Transient, per day $1 OO
Single Meals 25
JSTTwelfth St., nearly nortb of)
U. 1 K. U. Depot. $
Four newspaper men of the state
will warm seats iu the Legislature
this winter, to-wit: Gcro, of tho
State Journal; Wells, of the Croto
Union; Turner, of the Columbus
Jouknal, and Corrcll of the Hebron
Journal. Lincoln Journal.
,The fall hunt of the Omaha
Sportsman's Club came offlaHt week
resulting iu nice showing of gamo.
Sprigsr's party, 1117. Makes party,
377, making a total of 12(H.
U. S. Grant, Ju.,thc necond son
of Ex-President Grant was married
on the 1st inst., to Miss Fannie
Chafiee, only daughtor of Jerome B.
Chaffee, of Colorado.
Johnson, a colored" Republican,
has been elected to Congress in the
First Arkansas district, by 1,000 ma
jority over Poindexter Dunn, a
Thirteen men the other day at
Brussels were precipitated to tho
bottom of a colliery shaft and killed,
by the breaking of the hoisting
The packet Ouchita Bell sank
near Austin, Miss., last wcok. She
was valued at $20,000, and will bo a
total loss, tho cargo being saved.
Three hundred and forty-two
cases are ponding iu the United
States circuit court in Omaha, 15G on
the law side, and ISO iu equity.
John Sherman is spoken of as
Garfield's successor from Ohio as
U. S. Senator.
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Men's, Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes
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a Uc J. JL LN IfcJ
Day Board per week. $3 OO
Board and Lodging per week 4 00
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Ci all amid cxiimino work, Bet our prices, and be ceatTlaiced.
,'. :. Beintr a workman of ten years experience, we ean guarantee you good
worfc at a Having of from iO to 25 per cunt., by giving ua a call. J3"Sbop and
office opposite Tattcmall livery and feed stable. Mz-flui
l. :m bridges
Su jut :;! i Tnit 3i:r.
Apr plea. Canned Fruits, Candy,
.Wats, Crackers, Cigars
13T WDI nell a cheap aa the cheapest.
Xebrj i.kx Are., opp. post-offieo.
& MACHINE SHOPS!
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FARM FOR SALE
' .S 1.147 ACTP9 nt eroml 1nit mi
arreH tinder eultivstioB, a
trnod house one and a half
story high, a good stock range, plenty of
water, and good hay land. Two mile
east of Columbus, luquire at tb
Pioneer Bakery. 473-6ia
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