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    TEE DAILY BEE.
H. BO8BWATER. EDITOR
TO CORRESPONDENTS.
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to hear trim , on all matters connected with
crops , country politic ? , and on any subject
whatever , ol general Interest to the people cf
OUT SUte. Ant Information conn-tod with
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what nature soever. This is not intended for
publication , but for our own satisfaction and
cs proof o good Ultn.
*
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until nominitlons ue made ) Eiraply personal ,
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poetical character ; ande will not onderUle
topreeen * cr reserve the same in any case
whatever. Our staff if sufficiently large to
more than supply oar limited space.
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E. BOSEWATER , Editor.
NATIONAL BEJPTBLICAN TICKET.
FOR PBESIDEUT :
JAMES A. GARFIELD ,
of Ohio.
FOB VICE-PBESIDEST ,
CHESTER A. ARTHUB ,
of New York.
THE NATIONAL ISSUE.
The campaign of 1880 is fairly op
ened. The nominations are all made
] r and the candidatea are on all bands ad
mitted to bs reputable and respecta
ble. The issue in this cimpMgu is ,
however , not between rival candi
date , among whom Gensral Garfield
is , by all odds , the best fitted to be
come the chief msgiet-ato of the re
public , but between two great politi
cal parties. General Hancock
is a loyal soldier , bat as
presidant of the United States ho
wouUnecestarily be the political head
of a parly.rnled by the "aolid South. "
The-democratic party , by means of
ils "solid South , " already dominates
both houses of congress. This power
has made it aggressive , and in thought
at least , as obstinate in the defeneo of
the principles which led it into rebel
lion as it was in 1801. Jefferson Da
vis and Robert Toombs , when they
disdainfully quit the senate to pre
pare for a conflict for the destruction
of the Union , represented precisely
the same ideas which are now being
propagated by Lamar , Singlefon , Vest
of Missouri , and Butler of South Car
olins. Th'ey have never acknowledged
anything like a change o
heart in the Bonth ; and their
votes against the use of Federal pro
tection of the negroes' right of suf
frage are in fact so many defiances o
the power of the United states gov
ernment to make good the guarantees
solemnly given by the Thirteenth ,
Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend
ments. That they will dare to at
tempt the restoration of African sla
very ia its old form wo do not believe.
That would be a palpable insult to
the spirit of the age , which all civi
lized nations would retent. But there
can be substantial slavery without th
old form , and this they will net hesi
tale to enforce by means of local legis
l.V.ion and non-interference of th
Federal government and court :
Give to them both houses
congress and the presidential offica
what Is to stay them from pensionin
the confederates on an equality witl
the Union soldiers ? From legalizing
hundreds of millions of bigus claim
for the loss of property by their own
acts of treason ? From crippling nni
remolding the federal district and cir
cuit courts , and oven the suprem
court itself 1 And from filling all th
four-score thousand offices of the re
public with confederate genera's , col
onels , captains , lieutenants and pri
vates i To assert that these are mere
ly imaginary perils is to assume thrt
human nature has radically changoi
to accommodate Itself to the situation
But we know thai human nature does
not so change. Revenge , offico.power
nro as sweet to the beaten hosts o
the confed democracy as the same
passions were to the monarchists o :
England , who exhumed the bones o
Cromwell and armed the cruel Jef
freys with authority to destroy every
Englishman who had opposed the
tyranny of Charles I. It will not b
8 fe to trust the government to the
hands of a party so insidious in design
so jt-alous of state right , so thoroughly
sectional , so bold and unrepentant
not to say proud , of its crimes , aid so
eager to compensate the south for its
losses "by rebellion. It will b.e time
enough to confide in them after the
democratic party shall have ceasec
to be controlled by confederate
soldiers and statesmen , and after the
south fchall have ceased to boast thai
it is solid against those who would not
permit its demagogues to destroy the
Union. It is idle to talk about the
checks and balances of Northern Un
ion democrats. The policy of the
.
democratic party is and always will be
regulated and dictated by the southern -
orn senators , and representatives in
congresa. Of the forty-ono democrats
now in the senate twenty-three are
southern , and of the 147 democratic
representative * eighty-six are from
the wrae stafoa. Nearly all of these
took a hand , "with the confederacy ,
and hold precisely the same views
now that they did in 1861. What
respect the ? have for the federal constitution -
stitution and laws
regulating the po
litical rights of citizens of the United
States may readily bo known from the
single fact that South Carolina , Lou
isiana , Florida and Mississippi , with
honest republican majorities , ranging
from ten thousand to forty thousand ,
have but one senator { Bruce , of ills-
aiwippi ) , and not one representative
in congress , and that every southern
state has a democratic governor who
either took part ac an officer in the
confederate army , or to the extent of
his ability lent aid and comfort to that
army. If th'ey.go these lengths with i
out controlling the presidency , what
would they fcpt.dd with that office in as
the haads of 'their northern creatures !
Tha fesothat presents itself to
tie countryin the campaign of 1880 ,
ii whet&or it is prudent or safe to place
the control of this government jnto
the hands of the aolid South. The
republican party has been in control
of this government during * the most
critical period in its h'istbfy , " Under
the four consecutive republican-presi *
dents , who have held the executive
power of the government from the 4th
of March , 1861 , to this day , the coun--
; ry has prospered beyond the degree
expsrienced to any preceding twenty
years of its life. And this , too , in the
'ace of the-fact that .the first four cf
these years were conclusively given to
the sorrowful business of civil war and
destruction. In fifteen years after the
close of that war moretha'none-fourtli
of the enormous public debt it entailed
had been paid off , and a paper cur
rency that at one time had sunk from
ifty to tixty per cent below its face
vilue has been restored to par with
gold. The agricultural productions
of the country are now more than 200
jer cent greater than they were.at
Lincoln's first election. Its foreign
commerce , intcrnalirade , manufactur
ing industries , extent of railways and
ning resources have all in the
name years and under the ba-
nign influence of republican princi
ples [ and rules , expanded as
; hey never did in any preceding
twenty years of the nation's history.
The national credit that under pro-
slavery democratic rule was as low aa
that of the poorest state , has been ele
vated to an equality with that of the
foremost powers of the earth ; end it
would have been easier at any time
since 1875 for the government to float
a loan of $1,000,000,000 , bearing 4
per cent inteiest , at par , than it would
iave been under Pierce or Buchanan
a loan of § 20,000,000 at 10 per cent.
As a whole , the republican pirty
hss remained faithful to the people
and true to its original principles. If ,
at times , it has had its rings of mean
and sclfiih officials , intent upon plun
der , it is worthy of cote that the
reat party and its journals and
ablest leaders did not sustain them ,
but cxpoeed and branded them , and
drove them into obscurity. When
the Buchanan cabinet ring of traitors
and peculators were plundering the
property of the United States intrust
ed to their care , for their own use or
the uses of the rebellion , the demo
cratic papers and leaders concealed
their crimes , and they did the same
in later years with reference to the
Tweed ring in New York city. We
know of no prominent and reputable
republican journal that sustained the
bad cause of JBabcock , Belknap , Wil
Hams , Boss Sheppard , or any of the
corrupt ring that infested tne capital
during Grant's administration.
The present administration is clean
handed , the country is prosperous
the commercial and industrial classes
have everything to risk and nothing to
gain by a change. They know that the
policy of the present administration-
will be continued under its successor
if General Garfield is elected and
they will not , in our opinion , ri k the
dangerous experiment of placing the
solid south in control of the govern
inont.
Two-thirds of the population of Ne
braska is at present south of the Tlatto ,
but the tide is turning this summer and the
heretofore neglected section is receiving
the largest accessions of new settlers.
[ Omaha Bee.
It might be a good scheme under
such circumstances to let the South
Platlo have the congressman for
change. To bo cure we haven't apj
Valentine's , but we have pome averag
citizens. [ PJattsmouth Enterprise.
THE BEK will interpose no objec
tions to the selection of Valentine's
successor from the South Plotte , even
if he isn't a match for Val as a bil
liardist and base billist. .
THE Herald is jubilant over the
conversion of Col. Forney and his
Press to the bayonet and bar'l ticket.
There ia very little to crow over.
Forney was a Buchanandomocrat who
jumped the fence when Lincoln came
into power. He sold his interest in
Forney's Press , as it was called , more
thin five years ago , and is now the
publisher of a literary weekly. Ho
was a rampant third-termer before
the Chicago convention , and has become
como a sorehead because Grant wasn't
renominatod. His defection wil
scarcely causa a ripple on the politica
sea in Pennsylvania.
As will be seen by the call of Mr.
J. S. McCormick , chairman of tin
republican county committee , a meet
ing to organize a Garfield and Arthur
central club will ba held Friday eve
ning next , at Creighton Hall. It
to bo hoped that every republicanwho
takes an interest in the success of the
party will particioate.
WE prophesy that Hancock and En
glish will bo clouted ; seven is a , lady
number , and earsh has seven letters in
his name. St. JOUM ItcptibUcaii.
G-A-K-F I-E-L-D 8 ; H-a-n-c-o-o-k
Thus ye again have the old count
"of 8 to 7. JVcir 1'orJt Herali.wf
IT is to be hoped that on the sober
second thought the solid seven of the
board of education will retraca their
stops and undo some of the bad woik
of Saturday.
GAMBETTA is now recognized is the
dictator of the French Republic ; but
he is a dictator " that never overrides the
"
law. - -
DE. MHEER will tell the Nebraska
bourbons why they should enthuse
over the "bayonet and bar'l" ticket.
GLADSIOXE'S white elephant , Brad-
laugh , is a very troublesome animal
Will Not be Deceived.
Detroit Test and Tribune.
The people will not bo deceived by
his nomination. They will penetrate
ts purpose and. be superior to its
viU. Tboy see the contest as it is.
[ t Is not onbof meru. It is not Garfield -
field against Hancock. It is the re
publican party against the democratic
tarty. It is the spirit that saved the
Jnion against the spirit that w'ould
va destroyed it. It is America re-
leemed , disenthralled and advancing ,
against reaction. This is the contest
the people will see it , and fn'thir
contest , though they love the Union
oldier , they will vote against the dem-
cratic leader. The nomination will
draw nothing fromJltheTrepubllcarr
party. '
CAMPAIGN NOTES.
* "
- * aa
democrats of the Thirteenth
district of Igdiana have nominated D.
McDonald for congress.
March , the- fiat representative in
congress from tha Fifth Maine dis
trict , .has been renominated.
Another candidate for the pranden-
- cy is in the field , Neil Dow being put
forward by the prohibitionists.
There'fire now four tickets foi state
officers in Indiana republican , demo
cratic , greenback and prohibition.
The greenbackers of the Twelfth
congressional district cf Pennsylvania
have thrown Hendrick B. Wright
overboard.
- TheHpn-R.lH. M ? Davidson has
been again nominated for congress by
the democrats of tho.Fjr.it district of
Florida.
The democratic convention in the
Tenth district of Indiana indorsed
John N. Skinner , the greenback nom
inee , for representative in congress.
The Hon. Wro. S. Shallenberger
has been nominated for re-election to
congress by the republicans of the
Twenty-fourth district of Pennsyl
vania.
The selection of the United States
senator as the successor of Mr. Wal
lace is exciting as much attention ss
anvthingfromtherepublicins of Penn
sylvania.
The democrats of the Third dis
trict of Mississippi have again nom
inated Hernando D. Money for rop-
re.'entative in congress. Ho is now
serving his third term.
The Hon. John Cessna , chairman of
the republican state committee ( Pa. ) ,
predicts that the full republican vote
will be east for Garfield and Arthur ,
and that they will have a large major
ity in the stato.
As the prospect now appears , there
will be at least seventeen republicans
out of tha in
twenty-saven Pennsylva
nia's next congressional delegation ,
and a moderate thara of success might
make it stand 10 to 8 , or oven 20 to 7.
Tha Philadelphia Times ( Ind. Dem. )
concedes this much to Gen. Garfield :
"The ono strong point in favor cf the
republican candidate for the presiden
cy is that he belongs to the present
jentration. If Garfitld is not the
strongest man iu his party , at least he
is a imn of to d y , a living , growing
man , who will be stronger to morrow
than to day , and who does not subsist
upon the memories of the past.1'
A gentleman jest arrived in Chica
go from a tour through a tier of the
southern states saya : "I was every
where met ia the south with the re
mark that success to the democratic
par.y in 1880 meant a vindication cf
the cause of the confederacy which
waa lost by the wager of battle. Time
and again was I asked to answer why ,
if confederate soldiers and officers
were good enough to hold office and
take part in the government , confed
erate soldiers were not good enough to
ba allowed pensions. "
A call has con issued in California
for a , national greenback-labor s'ato
convention , to be hold in San Fran
cisco on Wednesday , July 21st. 'The
call is addressed "to all clubs of the
greenback-labor party in California ,
and to all opponents of corporate
monopolies , and advocates of monev ,
labor and land reforms , " and the ob
ject of the convention is declared tote
to nominate presidential elector ? ,
elect 'a state executive committee , and
take such other action as may bo ncc
essary , . to perfect the organization of
the party acd maintain its principles.
BBECHER ON GRANT MEN.
WHAT THE BROOKLYN DIVINE HAS TO
bAT ABOUT OABFIELD , CONKLINO , IN-
OEESQIi AND OTHERS.
InUrrinwiuEroorljn Eagle
"You are sat'sfied with Garfield. I
take it ?
Perfectly. He is a brave man ,
strong man , but a conciliatory rna'n.
Ithiukhim inflexible to- , principle ,
but he will bend enough before part ]
policy to secure ( ho best ends , thoush
the method may not be whathe woulc
have ohoaen. Jn a mattsr of pewona
integrity , a party might sweep past
him and over him , but when thej
come to look for him they'd find he
had never flinched. Yes , I think he's
a good man , thoughlwaoa Grant man
myself. "
"And Roscoe Conklingl"
"I like ConklinEj. 1 admire the
man. He is an honest hater and
man who is faithful to his friends.
He has an irritatingmauner in debate
that rasps h's ' adversaries and arouses
the neighborhood. "
"Do you think it does him any
good ? "
" It's just here. There was a time
when the country needed the inflexi
ble wills of men like Bsu WadeThad.
Stevens , Edwin F. Stanton , and Ros
ooe Conkling , and needed the display
of all their will power ; but in times o"
poice these aggressive dispositions
should bp controlled more. Now
Conkling if an immense man , and he
runs a mighty machine in this state.
Machines are necessary , but thej
should be oiled , and he who engineer ;
them should wear velvet gloves
Conkling don't do that , and when he
turns the crank you can hear the
whole thing grind , and grind hard.
cion't believe that to be a good policy. '
"Do you think that disposition hac
anything to do with Grant's defeat ? '
"I can't say that it did in the convention
vontion , but I am free to say that hac
Grant shown a more conciliatory spiti
in the state , as well as elsewhere , the
break might as well have been to his
side as against it. Men hate tyranny
They don't like a cletched hand , am
when they tee it they rebel. I shoulc
have mucti preferred to see Mr. Conk
ling bend a little toward his oppo
nontp , for you can't stick a crowbar in
a holeTand expect men to rally arouac
it. They won't do it. This rigi (
.spirit isn't popular. However , I ex
pect to vote for Grant before I die. "
"Have you noticed the letter o.
Mr. McClure in The Philadelphia
Times , in which he charges that Conk
ling , Logan , Cameron and Grant are
conspiring to beat Garfield , in order
to disgust the country with four years
of democracy and insure Grant's elec
tion in 18841"
"I am between GO and 70 years old ,
and my business is preaching , but I'm
not old enough uor has my observa
tion been such that I can believe that
a party wLU slaughter itself in order
to show what the other fellows would
do. I can't belierc that the republi
can party will give up the power and
machinery of- the government and
take their chances of getting it back.
No , sir. Mr. Garfield will be elected ,
I think , and 1 will vote for Grant be
fore I die. "
"When ? "
"Well , I haven't made up my mind
is to that. I'm not prepared to fix
the date this morning , but I confident
ly expect to vote for him. ' *
"What is your opinion of Blame ? "
'Tmnot altogether in favor Mr.
Blaine. It is better not to have-any
: omplicati.ns ( if we can" avoid it. Yon
Allows contrive to get up a good many
lard stories about our men , and while
ihere may bo nothing in jhero , yet we
want to avoid 'everything that gives
you any hold on us. "
"You don't appear to like your fel-
ow-Ohristfans of democratic tenet ? , "
"Yes , I do ; yes , I do. Ifow , I like
Mr. Thomas KinselK I think him
one6f the brightest politc : l - writers
; f the day. I liketo"read his. paper.
-n fact , I must say I like stma" of the
demooraticpap rs better Chan I do
some of our republican jo'urnals. It's
a hard thing to say , but it is a fact.1'
"What do you think of Gen. Ar
thur ! "
"Well , he is in the machine , and I
uspect he is a good man.I don't
enow him , but I hear him spoken
richly of. Perhaps he is better in the
ranks than in the advance. You know
i am a military man , and sometimes I
drop into military expressions' ' , which ,
of course , you will excuse. Yes , I
hink Arthur would make a better
nr'gidier than major general. "
"Does John Sherman como under
rour eye at presnt 1"
"He is a man who btayj a litlla be-
lind. He don't go out as a leader of
he world ; a little timid , I might eay.
Dhere are stronger men than Mr.
Sherman men of more power , who
will take courage of their opinions and
carry them through. "
"There's another prominent man ;
I've forgotten his politics. "
"Who is he ? "
"Boblnsersoll. "
"I hear htm highly spoken of as a
republican. '
' He's a good , raligiom man , isn't
he ? '
"I am told so. I hear that in his
private life he is a pure and upright
man. His no'ghbors cay so , and I
don't know any better judges of aman
tnan his neighbors. He and I don't ,
what you might call , coincide in our
beliefs , but I heir that he behave ?
himself , and , after all , a man's con
duct and not his faith is what he stands
on. Some people think it a direct
reflection on themselres If a man they
don't agree with manages to do what
is right , but I don't feelso. I rejoice
toseehim get along , and I am just as
linppy when I hear that his conduct is
exemplry as if I fully agreed with his
views. This idea of condemning a
man because his notions are different
Ei om mine is abhorrent to me. Th'e
tyrannical idea of forcing a man to
agree with you , and sacrince his man-
tiood by main strength is not right ,
is not Christian , is not even religious. "
"Icgersoll id regarded with respect
all who come in personal contact
"
With biro"and in his family is one of
, ho most affectionate men ia tha
world. "
"That's right That's the way to
ive. I don't know the colonel per
sonally , but Inertr.could see the use
of assuming that he is Ictt , timely be-
auo ha has views of hi ) own and lives
up to them. "
"But ho preaches them ; scatters
them broadcast. "
_ "Whafif he does ? If you and I
disagree with him , we needn't go and
liear him. We RM not compelled to
hten to his opinions. He don't come
and demand OUTJ and then turn oil us
and pitch into in. Aa near .031 can
make out , he goes about attenain to
liB own business , aa ovary fellow ought
to , and I don't consider it my duty to
condemn him for his belief. "
"Did you lead that part of his last
[ eoiure in-roference to the Sabbath ?
He claims that as all the forces of na
ture work on Sunday , a man has a
right to , if he wants to. "
"Ho"might have gone further t'inn
that , and quoted the Savior , wLo
plainly tells that God works all t'-e
time. He ia never idle. There is
one thing that is not in the bible anil
ought to be. It comes among the tra
ditions of Josui Christ , and is so much
like Him that many have no doubt of
its authenticity. Christ saw a man
working in the field on Sunday and
said to him : 'If thou kowest what
thou dost , thou art blest ; if nof , ac
curst , ' meaning , 'If you understand
yourself , know what you are about ,
and4j , really asserting the freedom ° f
yourTrianhood , then thou art blessed ;
but if you have been instructed , and
believe that you chould keep the Sab
bath day holy , and yet you work in
violation of that instruction and your
faith , hy then accurst , ' "
" \Vhnt is a good way for a man to
spend Sunday 4"
"It depends something on the man.
You take ono who is housed up all
the week , and he should enjoy him-
celt one day at least. He suoald go
to church in the morning , because the
influence of the church is elevating ;
it rouses him up to better thouqhta.
The fca'ance ' of the day ho should devote -
vote to amusing himself ia some ra
tional , quiet way. Let him take his
family and go to the country and en
joy himself. God don't ask any bet-
terworship than that ; and whore can
man worship better than in God's own
church , which you will find , on exam
ination , to ba mostly outdoors. I
don't believe in a fellow going cut
with the b'hoys and making himself a
nuisance , because I don't believe in
that on any day , but let a man go out
and recreate Sunday as he would Sat
urday or any other day , for whatever
is ripiht at any time is right on Sun
day. "
"Bub some njen think they can do
better than going to church at all. "
"Then let 'em do it. If there is
anything better than an hour in
church , just do that thing. I don't
believe in driving people to church. I
have the greateat regard for the Sab
bath , as an institution elevating the
morality of the country and giving
space for thought and religious ser
vice. I should esteem its abolition as
destructive to modern civilization.
Nevertheless , I utterly resist all teach
ings and influences that attempt to
make it a despotic day. It would
bring men to its observance and make
it so delightful for children that they
would assume It to bo the best
day of the whole week. In re
gard to the Sabbath , as to every
other element in life , I have an
irresistible and fundamental love of
liberty. I don't
believe in tying an
active man up on Sunday. Freedom !
Freedom of action , mind , will , and
body , is what men want. The mo
ment a man undertakes to make mo
keep the Sabbath , that moment I re
bel. There can be . .no compulsion
about such matters. These things are
left with men , and he who tries to
regulate his fellows by force must ex
pect to fall If a man don't want to go
to church , let him alone. Going
would do him good , but staying away
won't dojum any harm , if he behaves
himself. If you drive him to church
you sacrifice his manhood. Let him
alone. . \ The. chances are he'll come
out all right , unlots there ia some
thing radically wrong about him. "
„ . . . .TheOld Rebel Yell "
Cincinnati cotrespondence > ew TorkTribure
The rebel yell is peculiar , and makts
the sounds one hears in a democratic
national convention as different from
those of a republican gathering as one
differs from the other in personal ap
pearance. A Northern crowd ap
plauds with chners shouting "hur
rah ! " or In times of great prolonged
excitement by a cry that sounds like
a i rclonged - - "hi "
H-a-y or , hi , hi !
T < v Southern yell , or as it was
kiioxti during the war , "the Rebel
yell , " is as much different as ono
college cheer and " "
"tiger" is from
another. To make it , the
Southern delegates and their constitu
ents open their months to their great
est capacity , inflate tbe lungs and
emit from the throat a fierce , explo
sive , piercing tound that cannot bo
maintained more than -two or three
eeccnds , but is repeated at veryshor
ntervals , not in concert , but each
nan on his own hook. It is a sound
that is a mixture rf savage exultation
ard ferocity , and once heard wiil
never be forgotten-whether heard-ou
a battle fiald in
or a democratic na-
ionsl convention. It ia as much a
characteristic of the southerner as the
provincialism of his speech. The
ou'.hern yell was heard repeatedly in
be convention all the afternoon , li
was given- with a will for Hancock
again and again.
PERSONALITIES.
Kate Olaxton always deposits her
earnings in a fireproof vault. „ " }
Froude and two others are at work
* on the life of Carlyle. It is'presumed
that they will kill him in the course of
time. i >
time.Wendell
Wendell PJullips never'goes to
church. How much beetter a man
might ba did he do so , can not be sur
mised. [ Elmira Advertiser.
His name Js not "May-I-ehoot-a-
long horned-kow" that is , if the
king of Siam's name is referred to.
He writes it this way"Mahah Chut-
alongkorn klow. " [ Graphic.
William Ginn's head looked lika a
musk-rat in the water , at sFUttviu ,
Ohio , and a hunter gave him a dose of
buckshot before discovering the mis
take. He got'off with a scalp wound
and the loss of hair.
"Miriam McCarty" Your verses
entitled , "My Hetrt is Sad in Spring
time , " have-we regret to say , been
received. Don't be worried , however ,
Miriam. As long as your liver keeps
all right in springtime you will get
along well enough.
Joachim , the greatest living violin
ist , is coming to the United States to
fiddle us out of our spare cash. But
his success in this country is a matter
of doubt , unless , before landing , he
hitches the "j" on the other end of
hii name. We'll bet on Oaohimj.but
not on Joachim. Norristolen Herald.
The practice of naming trotting
horaes after public me'n is decidedly
reprehensible. Nothing can be more
painful to a man with the welfare of
his country at heaitjthan to read that
"Gen. GarGoldwent to a tanglefoot
break at the first turn , while Dennis
Kearney and Mary Andersoii came
along on the outside and finished head-
and-head under the whip in 2:27J. :
The Czar's Intentions.
London D i y Telegraph.
It is considered probable at St.
Petersburg that the death of the la
mented Czarina will , ere long , be fol
lowed by the abdication of the czar
and his retirement into prifate life.
Upon'the weary shoulders of this dis
appointed and perplexed potentate the"
burden of rosp'oiuibility attached to
his exalted position has for many
months past exercised an all but in
tolerable pressure. Shortly afttr the
attempt made upon his life by Solo-
vleff , tbe czar's earnest wish to resign
tha sceptre to the hands of'his natural
successor was successfully combated
by his near relrtives. Tna terror and
anxiety he has experienced since he
reluctantly-consented to forego th > -
wish are , however , understood to have
produced so distressing an effect upon
his health and spirits that , under the
additional excuse of his recent bereavement -
roavoment , he is about to recur to his
temporarily frustrated resolve. His
grief for the lost companion cf his life
and mother of his children would'be
accepted by his people as a better rea-
s nthan dread of acsissination to in-
cvp'.citato him from attention to
e ti affairs. In his retreat at Liva-
dia he enjoy * some peace and safety ,
iluugh the most elaborate precautions
f < < r Lis safety are taken even there ,
an-1 it appears extremely improbable
tu.l ! re will again forsake that pleasant
abode to return to a capital in which
for t-ro years past , he has been sub *
jest. . ' ! to countless annoyances and
humiliati n' . Such rra the whispered
annexations of society at the Russian
capital. *
GRAND CELEBRATION.
Our Nations ! Holiday will be celebrated on
Monday , Ju'r tth. 1880 , by a plc-nif , to be held
at Sa'hng'a Grove , la Sarpy County , under the
ausplceduf the Catholic citizens of I'apillion. Ar
rangements rate been made with the U. P. R.
K. Con.jany to run an excursion train from Oma-
rate the Gro\e. Seventy-fire cent J v 111 be
charted for tbe r und trip ; children half Tare.
The train will leave Omaha at nine o'clock a
m. , and return at s veil p. m. , and PapiIUon at
ten a. ru , retuitlir.j at six p. m ,
Foot racc , Back races , and other amusement"
and pmea will t ke pace , whi'e the best d or
der will be preserved throughout the day. Far.
t e ? desiring to rent stands will confer with the
committsc , J D'Arcy'and M. Tex , at Pat'i'Ilon.
The committees will leave .nothing undone to
i1 p'easantfor thrt attendms. Programme
of exercises Till be published hereafUr.
M. Dura ,
LEWIS LEIBCEK ,
H. LjLNODOir.
Executive CommltU * .
B. A. FOWKR. Jaioa E. 8COJT.
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
ARCHITECTS.
Designs for buildlnjrs of any description on
ezlhihitlon at our office. We have had over 20
vears experience in designing and superintend.
in public building and rrs'denccs. Plans and
estimates furnished on short notice.
ROOM 8. UNI'fS tU TR
, always Cores and never disap
points. The world's great Pain"
Reliever for Alan and Boastc
Cheap , quick and reliable.
PITCHER'S CASTORIA
is not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon , Mothers like ,
.and Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates the
Bowels , cures "Wind Colic ,
allays Fcverishness , and destroys - '
stroys "Worms.
WEI DE METEOR'S CA
TARRH Care , a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
dy , by Absorption. The xnort
Important Discovery inoe Vac
cination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh , this cures -at
any stage before Cousuaiption
sots in.
JIXO. G. JACOBS ,
( Formerly of Gtoh 4 Jacobs )
ERTAKEB
No. 1417 Farnham St. , Old Stand of Jacob Ol *
ORDXKS BY TXLKQRAPD SOLICIT *
anJT-lr
ATTENTION , BUILDERS AND CON
.TRACTORS.
The owner of the celebrated Kaolin
Banks , near LOUISVILLE , NEB. , ha *
now ready at the depot at IxmisTule , on
the B.&M. railroad , " *
to fill any order at reasonable pries1 Par *
ties desiring a white front at oraammtal
brick will do well to , give us a call or * ead
for sample.
- . . T.-A. HOOTEK ; Prop. ,
. LotievUlo , Neb
INVALIDS
OTHEE3 SESSlC.
UllliJilUlll UUU UUJJllU X ]
WITHOUT , TH § USE OF DRUGS , ARE RE
QUESTED TO SEND FOUTHE ELECTRIC
" 'REVIEW , AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL , WHICH IS PUBL1-JHED
FOR FBEfi DISTRIBUTION.
tREATSMpon HEALTH , nYQIESE , nd Phj r
JT cal Culture ; an * i acompt8 ! encyclopedia of
nforrt ti"o for InraUili and tho.e who .arTer from
- n < j P mfr.l " -
,0a. ,
of a cure , mri .tuweied , and ftlusble Infornieiion
a volunteered to all who nr in need of medical ad
vice. Tbo.ubject of Electio Bells terra * Medicine ,
and the hundred andonquestions of - 1 linpoi-
nc. to suffering buraimtT , are dul ) . .aiuiJereJ
ad explained.
* YOUNG MEN
SarToui and rh\ete l
from
Acd others who suffer
Jebilltj , Lew of ManlT Vigor , Premature Eiliani.
. ne " ° f " ' *
ion arMlhe many gl .mT % , , /
. Iwueflted by con-
ndl-ciHion , etc. , are especially
practiced
& e.rd for . copy , and
nfortnation worth thousands trill be Bert you.
Address the publishers ,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO , ,
COR. EIGHTH and VINE STS. . CINCINNATI , 0
Ask the
ered drspeptlcs.bll
lorn sufferers , vlc-
tlms ot fever and
ague , the mercurial
diseased , patient ,
low they recovered
lealth , cheerful
spirits aud good
tppetlte ; they will
, ell you by tak- REGULATOR ;
ng EiMXom' Livrm
RXOCllTpR.
The Cheapest , Purest and Beat Family lledl-
tbo In the World.
For DYSPEPSIA , CONSTIPATION , Jaundice
Bllllona Attacks , SICK HEADACHE , Colic , De
prcselon of Spirits , SOCK STOMACH , Hear
Burn , Etc. , Etc.
Thla unrivalled Southern Remedy la warranted
not to contain a tingle particle of MSECCRT , or
any Injurious mineral suDstance , but U
Purely Vegetable.
containing those Southern Boots and Herbs ,
which an aU-wbe Providence haa placed In
countries here Liver Diseaae most prevail. It
will cms all Diseases caused by Derangement of
the Mverand Bowels.
THE arilPTOltS ot Liver Complaint arr a
b Hr cr bad taste in the mouth ; Pain in tbe
Hack-Ides or Jolntv > 'teti mistaken for Rheum a-
tlsm ; Sour Stomach ; Los of Appetite ; Bowfls
a te nately costive an3 lax ; Headache ; Loss of
Memory , with a painful sensation of having fail
ed to di > something which ought to ha\e been
done Debility , Low Spirits , a thick j ellow ap
pearance of the gkln.and Eyes , a dry Cough of
ten mistaken fer Consumption ,
Sometimes many of those symptoms attend
the disease , at others very fewjbut tbe Liver , tbe
largest organ In the body , i generally the Beat
of the djsjate. and If not regulated in time.great
suffering , wretchedness and death will ensue.
I can recommend as an efficacious remedy for
disease of the Liver , Heartburn and Dyspepsia ,
Simmons' Llvr Regulator. Lewis Q. Wander ,
1625 llaster Street , ' Assistant Post Kaster ,
fhtladelpn'a.
"We have tested Us virtues , rersonally , and
know that for Dyspepsia , Billiouaness , and
Throbbing Headache , it ts the best medicine the
world ever saw. We have tried forty other
remedies before Simmons' Liver Begilator , but
none of them cave us more than temporary re-
I ef ; but the Regulator not only relieved , bu.
cured us. " Editor Telagwph and Messenger ,
Macon , Oa.
'
HAlCCrACTURID 05LT BT
J. E. ZEILIN & CO-
PHILADELPHIA. PA.
Prlofl , fl.OO Sold by all Drngglstft.
septieodawly
AYFR'S SARSAPARILLA ,
FOB
PTTElFTDfa THE BLOOD
"This compound o
the vegetable alter
atlrea , SanaparilU
Pock , Stilling , * nd
> Mandrake with tha
Iodides ct Potash and
'Iron , makes a me *
effectual euro of a
eries of ccmpl > lnta
which are verv pre
valent and afOlitin ? ,
It purifies tbe blood.
_ purge * out the lurk
Ing humon In th * fyttem , thatnndtrmlne health
and Bottle into troublesome dtaTdeia. Erup
tiong of tie skin are the appearance on the jur
faceot humorg , that should bo ezpel'od iromtbe
blood. Internal derangements nre the determin
ation of theie same humors to s me internal
organ , or organs , who e action they derange ,
and whose eubstancs they ill -ae and destroy.
ATIR'S SIRSAJARH.LA expels these humors from
the blood. When they are xoue , the disorders
they produce disappear , sncn a * Uleeratvmt of
tkt IJiTer , Stomach , Bitlneyt , Lunji , Eruptiahs
and JSntp'ite Ditcaiei of tM Skin.st. .vnttimtfi
Tf\re , Rwe of Kiffiptlag , Pimplei , Puitutet ,
Blotdiet , Boil , TwnorrTeMr and Suit Rhttint ,
Sca'd Head , Ring-w..rm , Ulcer * and Sorei ,
Rheumatitm , Jfeurttlgia , Fain in the Bonet ,
Side and lltad , female Weaknttt , Stenhty ,
Ltucorrhcra aritiny from internal vleeration
and uterint aiteaitf. Dropsy , Dytpepsia , Ema
ciation and gentral Debility. With their do
partura health returns.
PREPARED BY
DR. J. . A1EK & CO. ,
LOWELL , MASS.
Practical end Analytical .Ohemla B
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND
DEALERS IN MEDICINE.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Proposals Furnishing
lue City of Omalia , ffe
braska , with Water , for
Fire Protection and
Public Use , -
Eea'ed proposals in duplicate will re received
by the umlers'gned ' at Ma office In thedtyof
Omaha1 , Nebraska , until 12 o'clock , noon , oa tbe
12th day of July , A. D. , 1880 , for furnishin ? the
city of Omaha , Nebraska , M 1th water works for
fire protection and public use , ( or the term of
twenty five years frcm the time of com pi tlun of
raid workf , through two hundred and fifty flre
byd ants , ot tbe chancier and of tbe locations
mentioned in ordinance No 423 , passed by tbo
city council of tbe city of Omaha.Kebraska , and
approved by the mayor , on tbo llth day o ! June ,
A. D. , J8SO , and the report of J. D. Cooken. .
glneer , approved by the city council June 8th.
1880 , copies ot which will be furnished bidders
on application.
Such proposals or bids Shall bo accompanied
by a bond with atleest three residence sureties
in the sum cf twcntj-fire tbousan dollars con *
ditioned in the ttent of the acceptance of euch
proposa's or bids and awarding of the contract
forsuch public supply and Sre protection to each
bidder or bidders ; for tbo faithful performance
of the terms and conditions of ordinance No.
423. and tbat the water to be furnished througn
said hydrants , shall at all times wht n required
during said term ( a reasonable time being allow
ed for repairs In cases ot nnavoidable accidents )
perform the tests mentioned in ordinance No.
423 , andgire tbe flre protection therein men
tioned.
Ead ! proposals or bids shall Specify the prlc
per hydrant per year for the Baid ITO hundred
and fifty hydrants daring said term ; alto tbe
price per hydrant per j ear for intermediate
bydntits placed upon the mains spetrfled ia tbe
report of J. P. Cook ( on tie in the office rf tbe
city clerk of Offl ha , Nebraska , copies of which
wilt be furnished bidders on application ) . In ex-
cm of said twohunlred and fifty ; and also tbe
price per hydrant per ytsar Jn casa the city at
any time during eald term elects to have more
bpdranta upon new malt i.
Sail proposals or bids shall be accompanied by
a conditional acceptance of ordinance No.421 , ia
tbe event the contract for tbe public supply and
flre protection shall tie awarded.
The'contract for such public supply and flre
protection will be awarded to tbe lowest respon
sible bidder or bidders , and tee city counc.l of
tbe city of Omana reserves tbe right to reject any
and all bids.
Eni elopes containing propoiib should be mark
ed "Proposals for tarnish nr the oty of Otnaba
with water for fire protection and public use , "
and address to the undersigned ,
j. F. MCCARTNEY ,
City Clerk of tbe City cf Omaha.
Omaha , Nebraska , June 12th , ib80.
Machine Works ,
J. F. Hammond , Prop. & Manager
Theme t thorough appointed and corrplet *
Machine Shops and Foundry in tbe state.
Castings of every description manufactured.
Engines , Pumps and.erery clasi o machlner }
made to order.
Special attention given to
Well AngnrSfPulleys , Hangers ,
ShaftineBridge IronsCteer
Cutting , etc.
Plans for new VachlneryHeachanIcal Draught-
lop. Model * , etc. , neatly executed.
266 Harnev St. . Bet. I4and IBtn
91. R. JBIS0ON ,
General Insurance igeni ,
REPRESENTS :
PHCENIXASSrjRAXCE CO. , ot Lou-
, don. Cash Assets . iBSVT.liJ
WESTCnESTEK.N. T. , CapiUl . . . 1. 000,00. )
THE MERCHANTS , of jiawari. N . J , l,0v ,000
FPND.c iitoru5 "i soocet/
IXKJO VAWH KCECo J , COOM
.V,000 )
, 9f'Fift * iti. iin.is Br. .
4".NIB. .
BANKIKQ HOUSES.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
WING HOUSE
IN NEBBASKA.
GALDWELLJ1AMILTONIGO.
transacted same as that ot
an Incorporated Bank.
Accounts kept In Currency or ( fold
subject to eight check -without notice.
Certificates of doposlt laaued pay
able in three , ez and twelve months ,
bearing interest , or on demand with
out Interest.
Advances made tc customers on ap
proved securities at ma-bet rates of
Interest.
Buy and BO gold , bills of
government , State , County and Olt )
Bonds.
Draw Sight Drafts on England , Ire
land , Scotland , and all pans of Europe
Sell European Passage Tickets.
COLLECTJOHS PROMPTLY MADE ,
augldtf _
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
FIBST IATSOHAL BANK
OP OZTAHA ,
Cor. Farnnam and Tblrtoentn Sta.
OLDEST BAKKIKC ESTABLISHMENT
H OMAHA.
( SVCV3SSOR3 TO KGVSTEB BROS. ,
ifcTAEuianiB as Kit.
1 a Rational Bank August SO , IE6I.
Capital andProfits Over $800,000
Sp dalljr iathoriicd by the Secretary of Trewurr
to ruoolTO Snbecrlptions to tha
U , S. 4 PEil CEHT. FUNDED LOAN.
071TICEB3 AND D1RECTOB3
ul Kousiu , Preriderft. ,
Atraranw Komrrn , Vlca Prcstds&k
H. W. TARS , Cashier.
a. J. Pomirox , Attorney
Joss A. CMTcnrox.
? . H. DATIB , Aat Oothlar.
TWf fc nk receives depodta without rofud to
.
Issues time certificate ! btartof n .
Draws draft * on 8 n Fnndcco and prlndna
cities of the United State * , 'jo London. Dublin
KdJatcrph and the principal dtlee of tat coot
nsntof Europe.
6 ! l3 passage tickets for emigrant * la tha Ia.
man line. _ mayldtf
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Geo. P. Bemis1
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
15th & Douglas Sit. , Omaha , Neb.
This agency does STRICTLT brokerage bad
ness. Docs notspeeulate , and therefore any bar
gains on ita books are invnred to ita p&trona , In
Btead of lielnjr cobbtt d up by tb e agent
and Hill ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. SCU Farnham iJtreft
"
OMAHA. - NEBRASKA.
Of : North < ? ! iK OI P Ontnd Central Hot.
Nebraska Land Agency
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1505 Fan.ham St. Omaha , Nebr.
4OO OOO ACRES carefully Mlectod land
Eutorn tfehmka tor gale.
Qrtt Barer-ins In Improved farms , and Ons *
city property ,
O. F. DAVIS , WJCBBTJUI BHXiJUl ,
Lsfcj liand Cora'r U. P. R , B. tp-febTt
BTB09 ROD. XilWlfl U19
Byron Reed & Co. ,
REAL ESTATE AGENOS
IN NEBRASKA.
Feep a complete abstract of title to all BnlX
if ) in Omaha and Douglas County.
THE ORIGINAL
BRIGGS HOUSE !
Cor. Randolph St. & 5th Avo. ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
Crlt- ' * "J"y
ifSrSSsfeft-ser rrrr-ir"0 :
r
E ? Ja > . - . - s sr-si = 5 rr
PRICES REDUCED TO
$2,00 AND 82.50 PER DAY
Located In the business centreconyenlent
piaces cf amusement. Elegantly furnished , con
talrdng all modern improvements , passenger ele
Tator.&e. J H. CUiaONGS , Proprietor.
ocietf
OGDEN HOUSE ,
Cor. MARKET 81. dBROADWAY
Council Bluffs , Iowa
On line of Street Railway , Omnibuses to tn
from all trams. BATES Parlor floor. 13.00 p
day ; second floor , $2.50 per day ; third floor
The best-f andihed and most commodious boa
ra the city. GEO T. PHELP8 , Prop.
METROPOLITAN
IRA WILSON , PROPRIETOR.
The Metropolitan Ia centrally located , anu
first-class In erery respect , baring recently be *
entirely renovated. Tbe public will find I
comfortable and homelike houM. must
NEW GROCERY !
16th and Cuming Sts ,
Wo propose supplying the
people of North Omaha with
CHOICE GROCERIES at mod
erate prices. Give us a call.
J. XI. JKA.KlX&Gr--fcl JM .
StrCaah for -Pro
paid CountryPro
duce. Goods delivered free to any
paij of the city. apl7-lm
SANTA GLAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of tne Ase.
Wonuczful discoveries in the world hare been made
Among other things where Sar.U Claus stayed ,
Children oft ask if he makes ircods or not ,
If really he lives in a mountain of snow.
Last year an excursion sailed clear to tbe Pol *
And suddenly dropped into what eeemedllkebhol *
Where wonder of wonders they found anowland ,
iThile fairy-like beings appeared on each hand.
There were mountains like ours , with raor *
beautiful green.
And far brighter ikies than ever were seen.
Birds with the hoes of a rainbow wrt found ,
While flowera of exquhlte fragrance were grow
Ing around.
Not lonf * were they left to wend r In donbr.
A belue Roon came they bad beard much about ,
TwasbantaClius'wif and t hit they all eay ,
Qel eked like the picture * nee every day.
He drove up a loam tbat looked very queer ,
Twas a team .f irrawihoppers Instead of reindeer ,
He ro , < le In a xl-ell instead of a tlelgb ,
But be took thorn on boud and droro them
away.
Ho showed them all over his wonderful realm ,
And factories making roods for women .nd men ,
Furriers were w-urUnsron hats great and small.
To Bunco's thev said they were sending them alL
Kri Kinirle , tbe Glove Maker , told them at once ,
All our Gloves we are sending to Bonce ,
Sa ta showed them suspender * and many thlnji
more.
Saying I alse took these to friend Btmce'i store.
Santa CUua then whispered a secret he'd tell ,
As In O raha every one knew Bcnoe well ,
He therefore siiomd send his goods to bis care ,
Knowing bis friezds will get their full share.
KOW renumber ye dwellers in Omaha town ,
AH who want present ! to Pnnce'i go round.
For shirts , collars , or cloves great and small ,
Send your .liter or aunt one and all.
Bunco. Champion Hatter ot tbe West , Douglaf
g > * reet. Omaha
1 19. B. BEE3IER ,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
and
OMAHA FENCE i BOX GO.
We Manufacture to Order
OFFICE RAILINGS AND FINE COUNTERS
Iron and Wood Fences , Brackets and Mouldings ,
Improved Ice Boxes furnished on short notice.
GUST , FEZES & CO. , Prop's. , 1231 Haroej St. , Omaha , Neb.
LANCE & FOITICK ,
T"V 1 * f
Dealers ia
House Furnishing Goods , Shelf Hardware ,
Nails and Etc.
1221 Farnham Street , Isc Door East First National Bank.
mS-tf
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ACTING
POWER AND lU\m \ POMPS
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings , Mining Machinery ,
BELTING HOSE , BRASS AND IRON FITTINGS , PIPE , STEAM PACKING ,
AT WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L STRAJfG , 205 Farnham Street Omaha , Neb1
HENRY HORNBERGER ,
S 3 ? . . -j.-jti * L. ZOXC
V. BLATZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER I
In Kegs and Bottles.
Bpeci&l Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at Reasonable
Prices. Office , 239 Douglas Street , Omaha.
PAXTON & GALLAGHER ,
WHOLESALE GROOERSI
1421 and 1423 Faraham , and 221 to 22015th Ste.
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK
. MAKE THE LOWEST PRICES.
Tlie Attention of Cash and Prompt Time Buyers Solicited.
AGENTS TOE TKE HAZAED POWDER COMPT
and the Omaha Iron and Nail Oo.
TP 14. f Jfcr T f
m m t"l Otr Jl Jmy
JOBBERS OP
HARDWARE , CUTLERY , NAILS ,
STAMPED AND JAPANNED WARE ,
TINNERS STOCK , SHEET IRON , TIN STOCK , ETC.
1317 & 1319 DOTOLAS STREET , -
QTVT.A.TT A.
. .
.pi .u positively no Goods Sold at Retail.
GARPETINGS
r Carpet ! ngs I Garget ! ngs I
J. B. DETWILER ,
Old Reliable Carpet House ,
1405 DOUGLAS , * STEEET , BET. MTfl AND 15TH
CEST-A-ZBLISIHIIEID IICT 1868. )
Carpets , Oil-Cloths ,
Matting , Window-Shades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc.
MY STOGK IS THE LARGEST IN THE WEST.
I Make 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 First-Glass Oarpet House.
Orders from abroad solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Can , or Address
John B. Detwiler , ,
Old Sellable Carpet Souae , OMAHA.
. O.
WHOLESALE GROCER !
1213 FarnhamjBt , Omaha.
UPTON HOUSE ,
Schuyler ,
Hut-claw House , Good Veals , Good Beds
Airy Booms , and kind and accommodating
treatment. Tw Oed sample rooms. Sptcia
attention paid to commercial travden.
S. MULEE , Prop ; ,
ati _ Schnyler. Keb.
THE OKIY PUCE Y/HERE / YOU
can find a good assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES
r At LOWER PIQURB than at
f any other shoe house In the dtr.
P. LANG'S ,
236 FARNHAM 8T.
LADIES' & GENTS
. *
SHOESUADETO ORDER
4 a pnfrct tl gMr-r-tf t , irrw w
bio
FRONTIER HOTEL ,
laramie , Wyoming.
The miner's resort , "good accommodation * ,
ire sample room , charges reasonable , special
INTER-OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
First-cl ss , Fine large Sxmple Room * , on
Hock from depot. Trains stop from 20 " " *
to 2 hours fordfnner. Free Bus to and from
S > pot ! Kates W.OO.SZ50 and 3-00. according
to room ; , rgle me : 7g egtj Proprjttor
ANDREW BORDEX. Calef CUrk. mIO-t
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line of Steamships
LeivinK New fork Erery Thur-'day at 2p.m.
For
England , Franco and Germany.
For Passage apply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
General Paoenjei AjeBU ,
jun 2i-iy 61 Broadway , New York
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