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E. KOSEWATER , Editor.
NATIONAL RtPUBUCAN TICKET.
TOE PRESIDENT :
JAMES A. GAUFIELD ,
FOB VICE-PEESIDENT ,
CHESTER A. JURTHUK ,
of New York ,
ILHNOIS has pronounced for Sey
mour. Another nail in Sammy's
< - * .
Now. that Pat Hawea hai become
United States nursbal dc facto ho will
entertain bidtfortho police judgeahip.
CHICAGO hotel-keepers are DOW
counting up their gains , and pro
nounce a national republican conven
tion somewhat better than a centen
AND when asked where ho hails
from the famous specialist Dr. Aid rich ,
who is now perambulating Pennsyl
vania , answers ho bails from Omaha
where he established a hospital , on the
spot now marked by a marble slab.
THE democracy are just now divid
ed between the claims of Tilden and
the expediency of Seymour as presi
dential candidates. They're both
equally available one is a moral and
the other is & physical wreck.
TOM HEKDBICKB presided over the
Bourbon convention of Indiana and
succeeded in getting a solid delegation
for bimtelf. That won't , however ,
nominate him for the presidency. In
diana isn't as important to the democ
racy now as New York and Ohio.
CONGRESS will adjourn on the IGth
imt. , finishing one of the most un
profitable cessions on record. Scarce
ly < o meaanre of national importance
has sufficiently engaged the attention
of that body to pass both houses , and
from the present time until adjourn
ment the time trill be spent in manu
facturing political capital for the com
THE Indianapolis Journal and other a
papers labor under a mistake when
they pronounce Conkling's nominat
ing speech a splendid piece of extem
poraneous oratory. The fact is , the
greater 'part of that speech had been
carefully prepared and committed to
memory By Conkling before he
started from Washington , and
strange la-it may seem the moat strik
ing passage of that speech were recited
to the editor of this paper by Senator
Jones , of Nevada , an ardent friend of J
Conkliog , two days before Coukling I
delivered it at the convention.
ALL this talk about the Pacific coas
states , and especially California , going
against Garfield and for the democra
tic candidate for the presidency is
bosh. Oregon has just voted and he
choice of a republican congressman
and republican supreme judges Is an
assurance of republican electors this
fall. California hai never
gone democratic in a na
tional campaign since 1800 ,
and she iin't likely to go back on the na
republican party this year , with a re
publican state admsnistration in active
ivo sympathy with the national ticket.
Nevada h close , buf Nevada , like Cal
ifornia , has always given her clestora'
vote to the republican candidate.
Eut even if the twelve electoral
votes of the Pacific coast elates were
added to the 138 electoral votes of the
solid couth , and the democracy were
assured of the thirty electoral votes
of Indiana , Connecticut and New
Jersey , they would still bo five votes
short of a .majority in the elect
oral college. The only possi and go
ble show the democracy has in
the campaign of 1880 is to carry Ohio
and Indiana , or New York and Indi
ana , or New York and the three Pa
cific coast states. With Garfield and
Arthur theio isn't much danger of
their carrying any northern state.
THE Herald sometimes gets slightly IndiI
mixed. This is not to bo wondered at have
when we consider the wide scope -of can
subjects so profoundly treated in its pas
editorials columns , but it , is a fact mei
notwithstanding : Commenting on gre
the speeches In the republican ratifica spe
tion meeting of Wednesday night it Both
very remarkably confounds the names but
of Garfield and Thurman. According fieli jud
to the editor of the Herald , Judge splc
Redlck intimated Jhat "Thurman was oral
educated at' the hands of his wife and
after marriage , " and "General ful
Manderson corrected Judge Eedlck'a suited
mistake ! showing Thurman to have can
been a self-made man , but threw just in
enough light on his military record to higl hen
show thsE.h.e..hadbeen of very small of s
importance.d , _ . . alia
Just whatTiurman's military rec- ments
crd was the Herald neglects to state. There
At another point it gravely informs its or i
, f ? h ! ' Ix"/ - ' * . "
readers that both the followers aof the
Grant and ! Ualaewerechagrined at piano
Thunnan'al-vcnlinaliea , jtbus'antici * phere.
piling by two weeks the possible re * sngc
suits of'litaiv in'clriiuifl.-coQFentioD. sweep
The JSTero&alfinild revise ils political .nil 'on
scrap book or regenerate its political deci
ecjifcr , i , wo ,
The death of John BroughamSfthe
HrmK Y"I jtT Ai' " *
actor , rams ,
whole-hearted gentleman , ' TIBS created
a profound .aengati&n wherever his
sterling qualities of mind and soul
were known and appreciated. He was
born in Dublin May 9 , 1814. Ho
graduated from Trinity College , Dub
lin , and entered upon the study of sur
gery in that city , but after six months
walkingin the wards of an Irish hoa-
pital , h Tbrewasule his scjilpel and
dis-etfting-knife . and abandoned the
* T * * * c
prof ession.Af ter appearingon Ihestage
Brougham's success was remarkably , .
rapid until ho became manager of the
Lyceum theatre in London. Cnssing
the Atlantic in 1850 he domesticated
himself in New York CitF where ho
became manager of Wallack's theatre.
Since that time be has been one c f the
must brilliant successes of the New
York stage. No man of the present
generation his filled so well as he'the
three positions of actor , author and
The chief charm of Broug
ham's acting was its per-
fet ease and s'rict accordance
with nature. He ahvajs chose sunny
parts in which his genial trails of
mind held up the mirror to nature.
His dramatic productions were full of
keen and eparkling wit , fertile in inci
dent and with wtll drawn character * .
Besides these ha contributed many ar
ticles to American journals which were
altsrwards published in a couple of
volumes entitled "A Basket of Chips" '
and "Bunsby Papers. "
No member of the dramatic profes
sion was more universally beloved
than Brougham. "No one , " siys an
eastern contemporary , ever accused
him of doing a mean , ungenerous act/ '
Selfishness , hypocrisy , treachery and
avarice were qualllies which found no
place in his composition. In 1872 he
lost all the earnings of his long years
of labor through the failure of Dun
can , Sherman & Co.'a bank , and was
compelled to again faca the world
without a dollar to his name. His I
last years were shadowed by the con-
atant fear of poverty. Thousands on
both sides of the Atlantic will mourn
ONE of tho'most difficult and per
plexing questions with which the
Gladstone ministry found themsplves
confronted was that rf the disordered
state of the finances. The terrible
diatn upon the treasury caused by the
war policy of Lord Beaconsfield had
reduced a large annual surplus to an
equally large deficit. It was largely
on account of the date of the ex
chequer tliat Gladstone was considered
indispeneiblo to the liberal min
istry. As a financier he stands
without a peer in the imperial
councils of Europe. His speeches
upon the budget have been universal
ly admired for their far-sightedness ,
their comprehensive tcopo and their
wonderful clearness of statement.
Thursday evening the house of com
mons was crowded to listen to the pre
mier's speech en the Introduction of
the supplementary budget. He found
deficit of some 20,000 in the
amount available to meet the supple
mentary eatimatea and a number of
demands for further reductions in spe
cial taxes. In order to meet the issue
Mr. Gladstone proposes to reduce the
taxes on light foreign wines , entirely
abolish the duty on malr , substitut
beer duly of six shillings a bar
rel , aud make up the deficiency by an |
addition of ono pence to the income
tax , which will produce 1,425,000.
The speech is reported to liavo beeu
warmly received and to have attracted °
favorable comment. t
KETUKNS from the interior depart
ment announce that during the years
870 and 1880 up to February 10 ,
over 9,000,000 acres of the public
lands hare been sold under the home
stead laws. Of this amount Nebraska
stands third in the list with 1,368,455
acres , while Kansas and Dakota load ,
former with 2,077,623 acres sold
and the later with 1,699,000. Every
territory with the exception of Arizo
and Utah show largo gains.
The prospects for the coming year in
dicate that a larger number of acres
will bo sold in 1880 and 1881 than ever
before Nebraska and Dakota will
show the largest growth of any of the
neighboring states and territories.-
steamship companies are now
unable to meet the demands of emi
grants seeking transportation to this (
country , and every week witnesses
throngs of would-bo settlers swarming a
TAMMANY HaH's'ropresentatives will
to Cincinnati with great hurrah ,
they will come back equally jubi of
having defeated Tilden and his
NEBRASKA'S vote was recorded for of
power , prestige and Garfield.
Garfield the More Eloquent.
Indianapolis Journal. "
Hundreds of thousands of persons
\ read the speeches placing the
candidates in nomination , and have
passed judgment on their relative
merits. Only two were in any de wa m
remarkable , and there were the this
speeches of Conkling and Garfield.
of these were very tine indeed , , the
we think a majority of intelligent is
judges will award the palm to Gar- sir
field's. Conkling'a speech was a bol
splendid piece of extemporaneous bolf
oratory. Every sentence was perfect tei
every expression carefully chosen. Bema
waa strong and ornate , power
and elegant and
, admirably rde
to the occasion. But all this rdeS
be said of Garfield's , and
addition we think he struck a the
higher key-note. There was less of in
worship in his speech , and more ment
statesmanship. It there
waa more an ex
altation of principles and. achieve fen
than of an individual , thopgh rj ]
latter element was not'lacking. mei
was no suggestion of arrogance Pike's
intolerance in It , aa there waa in and
other speech. It roaa to a higher told
, and lifted the hearers , or at and
' the reader } into a better atmos sea
. ' - * There were more patriotic 1
suggestions in it , It had a wider Jud
and scope.In > short , while act
Conkling'a speech was a rdasterpiece nun
its way , we think Garueld's waa clai
lecidedly the more eloquent of the where
Xji 11 SSCalifornia. % * i
TherefisfaTa jo be 100,000 acres of
grain in FretiuTthh year.
.Grasshoppers are batching out'"on
the TruckeeCln'tejdowF , and are caus
ing much "anxiety to the rancher *
Mexicans have eight arostras in reg
ular operalion in Beveridge district ,
Inyo county. The ore worked yields
§ 25 gold per "carg "of three hundred
couuty were attacked bjffcur grizzlies
a § hori time since. Almost 100 calves
wefoTalled "or'wBuliaerF'beforo the
bears'wera ' dispatched by the herders.
Srong winds have done great injury - .
ry to the wheat crops in Saa Joaquin
county7. The damage is variously es
timated at from one-fourth to one-
third of the entire yield of the county.
The quartz excitement about Au
burn , Placer county , still continue ? ,
and new ledges are being prospected
every week. FrOm one of them the
fortunate owner exhibits a handful of
specimens containing over $300.
A good deal of mining is being car'
ried on along the flats and .gulchei
west of Yreka , Siskiyou county , while
there is an abundance of water , and
more gold jivill bo taken out around
Yreka this" season than has boon fo
many years past
General Rangel proposes to estab
lish a city near the line , on the Tia
juana , about twenty miles from San
Dirge , aud to build a custom hous
and barracks and other governmen
buildings as soon as the Mexican gov
ernment furnishes the means.
A meteorite wa fpicked up last week
in Santa Barbara. The substance is
composed cf lead and "silver , and
weighs six pounds , and when found
was partially imbedded injtho ground
which was very hard. An assay of th
metal reveals $1200 of silver to the i
Reports from the Sacramento rive ;
say the run .of salmon is very light
and the probabilities are that the bes
of fiahing for the season is over. Th
largo cannery at Collinsvillo has shu
down , not being able to get fish
enough to justify its continuance.
The people of San Pedro and Wil
mington , Los .Angeles county , wer
surprised recently by the appearance ,
in immense numbers , of a blick wing
ed insect , in shapa like a weevil , bu
no | larger than a small ant. They tel
on the ground until they could
scraped up by the handful.
The whitoa around the San Pedn
mining district , are fleeing .from th
The difficulty of obtaining water i
summer at the Bradshaw mines , has
been solved by building a large reser
Jn Marlc-ipa district the Centra
Arizona Mining company have com'
pleted laying 14 miles of pipe to with
in one mile of the head , where thej
purpose taking water from the Has
sayampa river to supply their nov
eighty-stamp mill at the old Vultun
mine. The machinery for this mil
ia being constructed by the Golden
Stoto and Miners' Iron Works , of San
Francieco , a portion of 'which ha :
already arrived. The company ex
poet to comoloto and start the mil
about the 1st of August. It will b
Ihe largest quarlz mill in the territory.
The number of paying mines in
Arizona is smaller than is popularly
supposed. In the Glob'e distric
there are not'more than three or fou
mines that pay large profits. In th
Tombstone- district there are , perhaps ,
five or fix mines that are doing well
In the Pioneer there are two or three
in Castle Dome are several good lead
mines ; in the Final district nothing
of any consequence has yet been
found ; in the Tiger district one good
mine has been discovered ; in thi
Peck district there was a good mine ,
but it 1m not been paying lately ; the
Patjgonia district has been widely
puffed , but has thowii litt'o develop
ment of consequence. Only large
mines are hero spoken -capitalized
for large amount ? , and owned by nu-1
merous stockholders. There are a |
great many small properties owned b.
private persons that are paying fairly.
Their owners are the substantial men
of Arizona , who are building up the ,
country ' , while mining sharps are pull-'l .
iDj it down. |
The frosts lately have killed abou
all the fruit in Hvmboldt county.
During the week ending Juno 2 , thi
south header of ihe-Sutro tunnel
Virginia Cily , made 148 feet , the bcs
wort ever made for the size of thi
tunnel 8x10 feet. The north header
The fruit and rjrain crops are re
ported to ba in fine condition.
The wool clip of eastern Oregon wil
far surpass that of any previous year ,
The" " final surveys for the proposed
branch line of railroad between Al
bany and Lebanon , by the Oregon
and California railroad company , have
been completed , and thewcrkof grad
ing will soon commence. Already ]
enough iron has been conveyed to Albany -
bany to complete ten miles of road.
The Oregonian Railway company
limited ) has at length completed its
road to Dallas , in Polk county , and
the cars will bo running into town in
few days. An enthusiastic meeting
was held by the citizens of Dallas and
euirounding country on the comple far
tion of the road to that point.
During the past few weeks the mn of
salmon in the Columbia has been
exceedingly light , and the to
ca * o / " " c > * * * * *
tboboat lias been less than during the
same montn of any formeryear. Com
plaint is very general. A proprietor San
ono of the Columbia fisheries states
that unlets some action is taken with the
a few years , one-half of the canner ali
will be compelled tb close. coi
Thera is one iiolatnd farm in the soc
Flat Willow valley , one of the finest the
agricultural regions in all Monlana. cie
It is predicted that the boats in the me
river will havothe advantage of high
water until an unusually late period bo upi
The I mine
recently discovered near is
road between Boulder and Helena thr
said to ba improving with
stroke of the pick. The ore carriei exs
both silver and gold. ciety
The government is rebuilding the It
telegraph line between Helena and of
Bczeman. Gen. Alexander , com Cui
manding .Fort Ellis , has received or- ber
rdera to have ( ho work done at once. toe
Samples S of era sent to Butta from ity
Boulder country for assay run high ion
silver i and Rold , and the develop board
: of sorae very valuable mines seal
is considered certain within a .ice .
-The mining season lias fairly com : onI
menced ' in surrounding ramps. At 3ris
Peak , Pioneer , _ French Gulch ilic
Blackf oot and
other places we are to
' u- :
lhat work is being prosecuted ,
every ; indication is for a Rood before
season. : - I Ii.ef
I it w
The question tf locating lands of | piss
Judith valley under the desert land . rrr
will be folly tested this year , ai a stat
number of pre-emption and homestead ' and
claimants have settled upon hinds 1 was
desert land claims have pre-j'the
Tiously been filled , and the settlen day
" * fOt
will attempt raiting crops this year
without irrigation , * and should they'
succeed it will virtually settle -'the
question in theirjavor.
It has been thought that'the Utah
& Northern railroad would cross-the
range in Railroad pass. It ia lower
and [ thought to be more practicable
than any of the others , and wa ? sur
veyed some years since by the North
ern Pacific railroad. In order to cross
the range at this point it will be nee-
earary to construct a tunnel from 3000
feet to a mile in length. This will ba
st ] expentive operation , and miy de
cide the matter in favor of Ihe Crow-
Creek route , which , if selected , would
make .Helena , the terminus of the .
. " " - - -
A stige line has started from Saliaa ,
which will soon be running daily
stages into Rico , Colorado.
Ono beekeeper in Davis county has
lost sxly-three bee-hives out of sixty-
four , the leas to him being at least
Recent reports from Challis fctate
that the road to Bonanza was still un
opened and the former town is practi
The railroad will hardly roach Fris
co before the 4th of July. Mean
while Milford is fast becoming t he
Grasshoppers are out by the mil
lions on the bottomssoutheast of Juab .
station. Also at Fayelte , Warm Creek , '
in Sanpeto county. The citzem there
held a mass meeting a few days ago
and formed a "protectiveunion. "
It has been decided to erect the new
insane asylum in David county , and a
committee was appointed to look into
the advantages of the site in Davis |
county at the mouth of Shepherd's
canon , a short distance from Farming-
ton , and if it proved desirable to ac
, . The lots of cattle in the Nephi sec
tion through the te verity of the winter ,
is much greater than at first supposed ,
and will amount to nearly an average
of 80 per cent ; many small owners of
stock losing all. Sheep hive not
suffered to such an extent , but tYiel < sa
on that portion of this stock industry
has been immense.
Discouraged fortune seekers are
turning back east again.
The Gentlemen's driving park of
Work has been commenced on the
Colorado Springs & Manitou railroad.
The Telephone company will erect
a line between Colorado Springs and
Manitou , very shortly.
The Rio Grande track layers have
reached Buena Vista , and formed con
nection with tbe South Park railroad.
The Msson town site company have
filed articles of incorporation for the
organization of a town in North Park
It takes § 7000 worth of queensware
and an entire car load f silverware to
equip the Windsor , Denver's new ho
Denver police wi'l ' be obliged to
make another raid on the opium dens ,
John and his victims are becoming
Now that Mosquito pasi has at last
been made fit for travel , there is ta'k
of putting a good line of coaches from
Bed Hill to Lsadvillo.
All , or most , of the mines in Gilpin
county pay from the surface , while at
Leadville mineral is not expected un I
der 100 to 400 feet deep.
The new Methodist college in Den
ver is having work pushed on it with
considerable energy , the foundation
for it now being under way.
Work will soon be begun on Denver's
new Congregational church. It will
be 102xJO ( feet , and in the church
proper will have seating accommoda
tions for G50 persons. The estimated I
cost is $25,000.
Reports from San Juan indicate a
decided and permanent mining boom
during the present season. A _ large
amountof , capital is heading that way
and , and developments of an exten
sive character must follow.
The town of Pitkin wss incorpor
ated only last fall and up until three
months ago the city was composed of uf
but a few log cabin * , while it now has
between three and four hundred neat ,
substantial houses. Only a few log
cabins , adorn the streets of Pitkiu and so
they ale located on back streets. The
census ] will show the city to have near
ly 2,000 population.
The Denver and South Park toll
road will be completed from Alpine to
Pitkin within the next few weeks , as els
there are only twelve miles of the
road to ba built. This0 toad will tap
the Denver and Rio Grande and Den
ver and South Park railroads at Buena
Yiata. This will be by far the short
est and best route to the Gunnison
The Denver & Rio Grande railroad
has had a surveying party through to
Leadville the past week , and has sur
veyed a line and set stakes for a
branch of their road. They are try
ing to contract for eighty acres of
land just above the town on which to
locate their depot buildings. It is
said that the South Park road will
send a surveying party to survey a ,
line through there also. ery
Camp ( Clifford , two and one-half
miles west from Nevada , in Gilpin
county , is predicted to be a coming
great camp. This now silver belt ia
known to extend from the base of
Clifford hill in a northeasterly direc
tion through Gilpin county , for a dis
tance of eight miles , and it has thus not
been proven to ba two miles in a
width. Fall river , a beautiful stream Its
pure water , runs at the foot of will
Clifford hill , affording
; ! : * : - . . # . _ : _ ; extraordinary u- _
The Anti-Quackery Act.
Much interest has been created in
community as to the constitution
ality of the anti-quackery act , which mcd celli
confers the right of examination of wroi
applicants ; for medical certificates to atk fully
practice in this state to three medical hag
societies , viz. : The medical society of a
state of California , the eclectic so and City
ciety , and the homoeopathic elate andIT [
medical society. Between the passage A
the act of 1876 conferring the right
upon all medical societies to elect
boards ; of examiners to grant medical M.
diplomas , and the amendments of _
1878 ; , limiting the prerogative of the Of
three societies named , Dr. E. J. Fra- Iron box
had been elected on the board of tiled
examiners for the California state so \nd with
of homoeopathic practitioners. that
refused to recognize the board atome.
1878 ] , and issued a license to 0. S. _
Gumming * ; and Ur.Krazer , as a mem Sai
of the examining board , consented suffe Box
an arrest to test the constitutional BoxTh
of the law , which says : "Any per . , , Th
, or persons , presuming to act as a lirer
of examiners , * * * - and fern
a certificate for a to is ,
person prac 1'
* * * - " - -
, * thall ba deemed ? > T
] of a misdemeanor , and upon if he
conviction , " etc. wills | LM
Dr. Frazer was ordered to be im
prisoned for violation of law. Ap
plication for a writ of haba corpus
secure his release was made to the
supreme ; court. The cue was argued 09
( three of the judges , but as
was desired that a full bench should 01
upon the case , it was docketed
a reargament. It remained in
quo for nearly twelve months , , ,
was pissed from time to time. It 2.-00 , t
one of the first cases heard by 6:00 > : i
new court , which yester-
decided that the act Is yalid , Tip' ' far
court "comes to the conclusion that ' | by
conferring the authority and imposing
the duty of appointing boards of-'ei-
amineis on the three societies named"
iu the act , and prohibiting the issuing
of certificates by others than the ap
pointees of sach societies , the legisla
ture did not exceed the limitation of
its powera contained in the provision
quoted ; and that it is unnecessaiy
herein to express any opinion as to the
other portions of the law , eince , even
if it hi ) ass'imsd that such other portions
tions are unconstitutional , Ihe remain
ing pirls are slated independently ,
and of themselves contain a complete
scbemo for the examination of diplo
mas and applicant * , and for the pro
hibition uf certificttes by others than3
those empowered by the act to issue
tthc . "
Free Passes to Public Officers.
Kern County Califomlan , May 20.
One of the chargea against Mayor
Kalloch , of San Francieci , that will
probably result m compelling him to
vacate his office , is that"ho has a free
pass from the railroad company. This
is very properly regarded as conclusive
evidence of fraud and corruption in
office and should oust him at once.
We judge , placing our figures well
wi'hm ' bounds , that free passes to our
county officials since 1875 , have cost
the small taxpayers of the county
§ 150,000. The favors done the great
monopoly "through this cheap bribery
has been taken advantage of by other
large property owners to extort similar .
ones ; and what was done for one mo8p
nepolist had to be done for all. In
tbh way a large share of the burdens
of taxation they should justly have
borne were shitted on ihosa least able
to bear them. The acceptance of a
free pass by a public officer is conclu
sive evidence that he intends to disre
gard a'l ' the obligations of his official
Glory bo lo Gcd ! The republican
party is saved. It has paised safely
through Ihe Scylla of a third term and
the Charybdis of the Mulligan letters
and all the syren voices that would
have lured it to destruction and sails
on triumphantly into the deep seas ,
its flag full high advanced and bearing
the stainless name of James A. Garfield -
field , of Ohio , as its candidate for the
next president of the Uniled States.
It has escaped all the perils with which
it was menaced and manacled by
the selfish ambition of Its leaders to
crown with its spontaneous choice
the one man above all others in the re
public , who lies nearest to the heart
and conscience of the people , the
worthiest to beir its standard , and
who combines in his character and
record , more than any other , the ele-
mtnts of popular strength which are
needed to command the united and
enthusiastic support of all sections of
the party , and to lead it to certain and
orerwhelming victory. His nomina
tion was a grand inspiration , born of
a great cris's. It was the triumph of
the spontaneous popular instinct over
the schemes of the politicians.
Bob Ingersoil on Garfleld.
I thi 3k Garfield's presentation of
Sherman waa admirable in every re
spect candid , fair , kind to all parties
and upon an exceedingly high plane
of thought. One sentence in his speech
struck me as particularly fine : "His
hand was in the workmanship of the
statutes that brought back the unity
and married calm of states. "
think , too , the figure with which
he opened extremely beautiful : "It
is the calm level ofthe sea
from which the heights and depths are
measured. " When we take into con
sideration what Mr. Garfield was talk
ing about , and the subject that in
spired hia remarkr , we must'admi
that the effort was an immense suc-
ce-3. I shall always believe as long as
live that Garfield , while describing I
Sherman , was thinking of Blaine or
himself. If any outsider is taken I |
hope it will bo Garfield. If Ohio
wants a mm , let Ohio ask for her
Suppose a machine should fail to
perform its work , aud the owner , in
stead of trying to ascertain the cause
failure and remedy it , should con
clude to run right along , and argue
that as the machine had heretofore
come arollnd all right it would soon bo
again. If a general and permanent
breakdown ensued could 'anybody bo
blamed but himself ? Now , precisely
this way do people net and argue when '
the "human machine" is out of ortten
When the liver is "torpid" and bow
constipated every one knows that
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets afford prompt and permanent re
lief. Yet eorne guors the "machine" on
will come around all right , and do
nothing. Could any system of false
reasoning bo more perniclousl Sup
pose the blood bo out of order and
there be pimples , ulcers or running
sores with scrofulous tumors , swel
lings and general debility , and those
thus affected should refuse to use Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ,
guessing that the blood would purify
itself , could anybody bo blamed but
themselves if a general and permanent
breakdown of health ensued ? No
remedy yet known equals the Discov
in curing all scrofulous , throat ,
bronchial and lung disease } . Sold by
druggist ? .
II * WILL NOT STRAIGHTEN
TEETH , but SOZODONT will vit
alize and beautify them , and impart a
delicious fragrance to the breath.
This preparation in Use so long , has
one enemy. It is perfect Cicsar of
Wash. It came , saw , and conquered.
sale is widening every year , and
continue. When introduced on
toilet , it remains.
GiAjE is a Cresar and a
Holder wherever it comes.
GUILTY OF WRONG.
Fomo iKxiple ha\c a fashion of confusing ex <
cellcnt rcxedics with the large mass of "patent
medicine' , " and In thli the/ are guilty bf a
wrong. There are fotfls adterticid remedies
) vmrth all that ia asked for them , and one
lc t we Know of Hop Bitters. The writer
had occasion to use ttte Bitten In Jnst such
climate ts we have most of the year ia Bay
, and bag alwajs found them to be first-class
reliable , doing all that is claimed for them.
CASE ( OP PILES OF30 YKARS'
. BosTO ! ' ' M MA"8U't 6 , 18T7. to
MKSSRS. P. KEI STAZDTKR * ,
. , New York. to
Oent'emtn ' : Enclosed pl-ae find $1.00 for a
Sf ? r > sll8beo'B , "Anateii * . " I have been
troubled- with the piles since 1819. and hare
almost eterj thing that I could find , but
without success. I have Just been uiinr joura ,
have dermd more benefit from K than any
I have ever tried. Pleasa forward me a box
. Tours troly ,
L. LEDTARD ,
77 Traverse street , Boston , PHI
Samples of "Anakesis" are gent free to all dc
? on PrIie tion to P. Keustaidter * Co. , WE
394 6 , Itw ' THE
The7 ? ° 8t 8enslble remedy , and the only safe , KOI Iti
permtnent cure for all diseases of the
liver.bopdands'omach.IncludiDebllllousfevOT , FIR BK
. , 'ludmeMe's French Llve Pads
fh-C UreS.b ab0'ItionAse JVUI druggist
t = ? tcd P"6 * * nd take-no other , and S
has not got it or .ill not get it for you , send inch
l ° French Pad Co , Toledo , O. , ind they
sead youoner.ost.paH br return mail.
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PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO , ,
COR. EIGHTH and VINE STS , . CINCINNATI , 0-
Ask the reoov-.2H5rj.t _
lions sufferers , vic
tims ol fever and
ague , the mercurial
diseased patient ,
how they recovered
health , cheerful
spirits and good
ippetlte ; they will
tell you by tak
ing SlHKOhS1 LlVBR
RMULlTOIt. * *
The Cheapest , Purest and'Best family Midi-
the In the World.
ForDYSPKPSIA , CONSTIPATION. Jaundice
Billious Attacks , SICK HEADACHE , Colic. De
prcsslon of Spirits , SOUR STOHACII , Heart
Bum , Etc. , Etc.
This unrivalled Southern Remedy is warranted
not to contain a tingle particle of JlsRCURY , or
any injurious mineral substance , but Is
Purely Yegetable. .
containing those Southern Boots and Herbs ,
which an all-wise Providence has placed in
countries where Liver Disease most prevail. It
will ewe all Diseases caused by Derangement of
the Liver and Uowels.
THE S filPTOMS of L'ver Complaint are a
b tt r or bad taste In the mouth ; Pain la the
Ha W.-idesor JolnU.o'teii mistaken forBheuma-
tkm ; Sour Stomach : Lo'S of Appetite ; Bowila
a te nately costive and lax ; Headache ; Loss of
Memory ; with a painful sensation of bavin ) ; fail
ed to do something which ought to hate been
done Debility , Low Spirits , a thick yellow ap
pearance of the skin and Eyes , a dry Cough of
ten mistaken fer Consumption.
Sometimes ! many of these symptom ] attend
the disoaje , at others very fewjhut the Liver , the
largest organ in the body , It generally the seat
of the disiase , and if not regulated in time.great
suffering , wretchedness and death will ensue.
I can rc-ommend as an efficacious remedy for
disease of the Llrer , Heartburn and Dyspepsia ,
Simmons' Llvr Regulator. Lewis O. Wonder ,
1626 Master Street , Assistant Post Master ,
"We have tested Its virtues , rcrsonally , and
know that for Dyspepsia , Bniioosness. and
Throbbing Headache , it Is the best medicine the
world ever saw. We have tried forty other
remedies before Simmons' Liver Regulator , but
none of them cave u more than * temporary re
lief : bat the Regulator not only relieved , but
cured us. " Editor Telagriph and Messenger ,
Macon , Ga.
MiHUMCTURID OILT BT
- .t J. H. ZEILJN & CO. ,
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
Price , $1.00 Sold by all Draggteta.
ATTENTION , BUILDERS AND CON ,
The owner uf the celebrated Kaolin '
Banks , near LOUISVILLE , NEB. , has
now ready at the depot at Louisville , on
the B. & M. railroad ,
to fill any order at reasonable prices. Par
ties desiring a white front or ornamental
brick will do well to give us a call or send
for sample. " "
J. T. A , HOOYEK , Prop. ,
Machine Works ,
7. F. Hammond , Prop. & Manager
The moat thorough appointed and corrplete
Machine Shops and Foundry in the state.
Castings of every description'manufactured.
Engines , Pumps and every clan o machlnerj
made to order.
Special attention jrlvcn to
Well AngursU'ttlleys , Hangers ,
Shafting , Bridge Irons , Gecr
. , Cutting , etc.
Plans for new Machlncry.Mcachanlcal Draught
ing , Models , etc. , neatly executed.
968 Harnev St. . Bet. 14t and ICttj
UPTON HOUSE ,
Scliuyler , Neb ,
Flist-class House , Good Veals , Good Beds
Airy Rooms , and kind and accommodating
treatment. Twigood ( ample rooms. Ejiecia
attention paid to commercial trnvster * .
S , MTT.T.EB . , Prop , ,
" " . Sohuyler. Neb.
V. P. Block. IGth St.
Fruh aul Salt Meats o all kinds constant
band , prices reasonable. Vegetables in seas
on. JKood delireied to ny part of the city.
tM .ACST ,
ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL EXPENSES OF T
DOUGLAS CO. , FOR THE YEAR I880V
Court's , Jurors' and Court ex
penses . S 20,000
Poor and Poor House and fuel for
same . k . > .1 . 18,000
Jail and Jailors , board for prison
ers ahdfuel. . . . . . . . . . . . 12,000
Miscellaneous cxpenses.Stationery On
special City Tax and Gas . 16,000
Railroad Bond Sinking Fund. . . . 44,000
County Road and Bridges . 12,000 iu
County Office , Office Rent , Elec
tions and Assessors , .
i i > ti 11 6,000
fetal . § 128,000
By Order of , County Commissioners.
JOHN R. MANCHESIIB ,
By H. T. LEAVITT , Deputy" .
SUITS for - - $20.00
PANTS for-- . 5,00
INTER -OCEM HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
First-cliia * . Fine large Sample Booms , one If
from depot. Trains stop from SO minutes
2 hours for dinner. Free Bus to and from And
Depot. Kates $2.00,12.60 and 13.00 , according
room ; s'ngle meal 75 cents.
A. D. BALCOM , Proprietor.
ANDREW EORDEM. Cnief Cleric. mlO-t
General Insurance Agent )
REPRESENTS : A
PHENIXAB3DBANCE CO. , of Lon-
don. CathAsseU . i . 15,107.127 He
WESTCHKSTEK. N. T. , CapitaK . l.OCO.CO ) He
MERCHANTS , of Newark , N. J. , 1,000,000 Twas
O1RARU FIREPbiladelphiaCapltal. . 1,000,000 He
JTORTHWESTE8N NATlJNALCap- ( But
Ital . t . . SOO.COO
FIREMEN'S FUND , California . SO.1,000 Ho
BKIT1S3 ] AMERICA ASSURNCECo 1,300,000 And
NEWARK FIRfflHS. CO , Acsets. . . . SflO.OOO
AMERICAN ] CENTRAL , Assets. : . 300,000 To Kris
Southeast Cor. of Fifteenth & Douglas St. , All
mchS-dly _ 'OMAHA. N B. Santa
A. F. RAFERT & GO.
Contractors and Builders , Santa As He
1310 Dodge St. , Omaha. "Now
MARTIN Street Send
faTlKd to ' U and get prfe8. vrlch - he Fro
In the d con ,
* . . . ' :
UNKIM HOUSE * .
> THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
Business transacted same as that of
an Incorporated Bank.
Accounta kept In Currency or Kold
eublect to eight chock without notice.
CertlHcuteo of deposit Issued pay
able In three , ali and twelve months ,
bearing Interest , or on demand with
Advances umdo to cualomere on ap
proved securities at ma-Jzet rates of
Btiy and sa gold , bills of exchange
government , State , County and Oltj
Draw Slgrht Drafts on England. Ire
land , Scotland , * nd all parts ofEurope
Sell Europoun Passage Tickets.
COLLECTIGrJS PROMPTLY MADE.
U. S. DlfPOSITOBY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of OSfABA ,
Cor. Farnham and Thirteenth Bta.
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
(3UCOSS30RS TO KOUHTIS BROS. ,
UTAausniD ra 1828.
Organized ea a National Bank August 90,1886.
Capital nndProfits Over $300,000 ,
Specially authorised by the Secretary of Tmrarr
to recelrc Subscriptions to the
U. 8. 4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
HSUUJI KODITZI , President.
AOBUSICS Koram , Vice Freflde&l.
H. W. TATB , Cashier.
a. J. Pomitov , Attornaj
Jens A. CKKOBTDIL
F. H. Davis , Aart Occhter
Toll bank reoelra JoposiU without regard to
Issues time certificate * bearing ntsreat.
Draws drafts on Ban Francieco and prtndpa
cities of the United States , also London. Dublin
Edinburgh and the principal dtlea ot tin cent
nent of Europe.
Sells passage UckeU for emigrant ! In the In-
man line. mayldtl
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Geo. P. Bern is'
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
15th d : Dowlas Sti.t Omaha , Neb.
This agency does STRICTLY a broktrage bad
ness. Does not speculate , and therefore any bar
gains on its books are insured to its patrons , In
stead of being gobbltd up by the agent
Boggs and Hill.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 550 Farnham Street
OMAHA. - NEBRASKA.
Or : North Side , opp. Grand Central Hote
Nebraska Land Agency
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1505 Farnham St. Omaha , Nebr ,
4OO.OOO ACRES carefully selected land
Eastern Nebraska ( or sale.
Great Bargains In Improved farms , and Oma
0. F. DAVIS , WEBSTKB SNTDKB ,
Late Land Com'r U. P. R. R. p-feb7t
ITMH uu. IIYB i. BUD
Byron Reed & Co. ,
REAL ESTATE AGENC5
Keep a complete abstract of title to
ate In Omaha and Donglaa County. matltl
BRIGGS HOUSE I
Oor. Randolph St. & 6th Avo. ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
PRICES REDUCED TO
$2.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY
Located In the business con tre , convenient
paces rt amusement. Elegantly furnished , con
talcing- modem Improvements , pasenger ele
tor,4c. J H. CUMJUNQ8 , Proprietor.
ocietf OGDEN HOUSE ,
Cor. MARKET ST. &BROADWA7
Council Blnffis , Iowa
line of Street Railway. Omnibuses to MI
from all trams. BATES Parlor floor. $3.00 p
day ; second floor , (2.60 per day ; third floor
The best-furnished and most commodious boa
the dtr. QEO. T. PHELP3. Prop.
OMAHA , JS'tfi.
IRA WILSON , PROPRIETOR.
The Metropolitan Ia centrally located , ana ,
first-daw In every respect , having recently bee |
entirely renovated. The public will find t j
cdnifdrtaUlS and bcmollko hotsa. marftl |
NEW GROCERY I , .
16thand OumingSts , I"
We propose supplying the
people of North Omaha with
CHOICE GROCERIES at mod
erate prices. Give us a call.
paid for Country Pro
duce. Goods delivered frco to any j
part of the city. apl7-lm
HANTA CLATJ3 FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of the Age.
Wonderful discoveries In thi world have been made
Among other things where Santa Clans stayed ,
Children oft ask if he makes goods or not ,
really ha lives In a mountain of snow.
year an excursion sailed clear to the Foil
suddenly dropped in to what seemed like fahole
Where wonder of wonders they found a new land ,
tVhile fair-like beings appeared on each hand.
There were mountains like ours , with more
far brighter skies than ever were seen.
with the hues of a rainbow w.re found ,
While flowers of exquiiite fragrance were grow
long were they left to wond.r In doubt ,
being soon came th./ had heard much about ,
Twas Santa Clans' self and this they all say ,
Icoked like the picture r csee every day.
drove up a team that looked very queer ,
& team f grasshoppers instead of reindeer ,
rode In a shell instead of a sleigh ,
ha took them on board and drove them
showed them all over his wonderful realm ,
factories making goods for women and men.
Furriers were working on hats great and small.
Bonce's tber said they were sending them all-
Kinglc , the Olove Haker , told them at once ,
our Gloves we are sending to Bunce ,
showed them suspenders and many thlngl
Saying I alse took these to f i lend Bnnce's store.
Clans then whispered a secret he'd tell ,
in Otraha every one knew Bunce well ,
therefore should send hia goods to his care ,
Knowing his friends will get their full share.
remeroberjre dwellers In Omaha town ,
who want presents ta Bnnce's go round ,
shirts , collars , or gloves great and small ,
your sister or aunt ona and all.
Bunce , Champion Hatter of the West , Doagia *
B. BEEMER ,
Dealer in Foreign aad Domett aae
, gutter , ggs. Poultry , Gxme. Hams , Ba Aik
, Lard , Snta JUb , and Ag t ( er BOOTH'S F49
OYflTEBS , " rjQT2-Cm
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A COMPLETE STOCK FOB
' . SPRINGfSUMIVIER
STTllSH AND GOOD , NOBBY AND CHEAP.
r We have all the Latest Styles of Spring Suitings , an Elegant
' Stock of Eeadf-Made ClotLing ia Latest Styles. Gent's Furnish
ing Goods Stock Complete.
HATS , GAPS , TRUNKS AND VALISES ,
In fact the Stock is complete in all Departments.
Don't Fail to sec onr Cnstom Department in charge ef
Mr. Thomas Tallon.
. M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
. * . * . I3M 4 | 303 pavnam | street.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
The Only Lithographing Establishment in Nebraska
Ll _ JEROME RAGHEK.
Drafts , Checks , Letter Bill and tfute Headings , Cardi ,
Bonds , Certificates of Stock , Diplomas , Lai
etc , , done in the host manner , and at
Lowest Possihle Prices ,
PRACTKJAL UTHOQRAPHCT. OMAHA
LANGE & FOITICK ,
TN * *
House Furnishing Goods , Shelf Hardware ,
Nails and Etc.
1221 Farnham Street , lat Door East First National Bank.
WHOLESALE GROCER !
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha \
Carpetings I Carpetings 1
J. B. DETWILER ,
Old Reliable Carpet House ,
1405 DOUGLAS STKEET , BET. 14TH AND 15TH
CEST-AJBLISIECIEID I3ST 1868. )
Carpets , Oil-Cloths ,
Matting , Window-Shades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc.
MY STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN THE WEST.
I Hake a Specialty of
WINDOW-SHADES AND LACE CURTAINS
And have a Full Line of
Mats , Rugs , -Stair Rods , Carpet-
Lining Stair Pads , Crumb -
Clothes , Cornices ,
Cornice < Poles , Lambrequins , Cords and Tassels ;
In fact Everything kept in a Rrat-Olass Carpet Eonse .
Orders from abroad solicited. Satisfaction Guarantee *
Calif or Address ' ' - /
John B. Detwiler ,
Old Bailable Carpet House , OMAHA.
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN :
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD I
A Positive and Permanent Cure
In lt cues cl Grave' , DUbe'ea , Dropsy. Brigbt's Dlseas * of th
Kidneys Incontinent e and Betent'on of Viute , Jnflimtton o
the Kidneys , Catanh of the FUdder , Ilinh Coloied Urine , Fain
in tt-e Bock , s da or LIor.8 , Nerrot > § Wealrmw , and In fact an
dlsoiden of tbe BUdder and Uiintry Organ * , whether contract
ed by prirate diseases or otbeawige. This great lemedr bis been
cud with facet ta for nearly . ten yean In I nnc * , with the most
wondeifulcnntive effects. Jt euraby . attention : no Banseon *
internal medicines tumj required. We have hundred ! of testi
menials of cures by this Pad when all else hid fu'ed-
I ADIES if yon are aofferinsr frtm Female Weakness , Leucor-
rhoro , or duecsts peculiar to f < males , or in fact any disease , aik
yoor drnrtfrt for Prof. Ouilmette's French Kidney Pad , and
tote no other. If be run not cot it. send $2.00 and wJl
receive tt e Pad by retnrn mail. Addren TJ. 8. Blanch ,
FRENCH PAD CO , ,
Toledo , Ohio.
PROF CUiLMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD
positirely CUT. Ferer and . Dumb , ,
Ague. Afrco JUue Caka Billious Ferer. ,
all diseases of tbe Llrer , Jaosdi e DyspepsU
Ptoiaich and Blood Tbe pad cores by absorption , and u'pfliraanei.t.
3 go onr , , drnjgirt ( C. H , Branch for thlipid Toledo acd , Oho.un Uhe ! to < J other. re iyj If l ; he bj does return not ' null. keep , It. send $110 KUHS fc-tne 4 FHhSOH CO. ,
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