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    DAILY BEE
E. ROSEWATKR : EDITOR
HATICHAL REPUBLICAN TICKET
FOB
TAMES A.
A.of
of Ohio.
FOB TICE-riUTMPEST.
CHESTER A. ARTHUR ,
of New York.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.
*
GEORGE W. COLLIE ,
of Pawnee County.
JAMES LAIRD ,
of Adams Connty. *
JOHN JL THUT.STON ,
of Douglas County.
RLrUBUCAN STftTE TICKET.
Tor Member of Congre-a ,
EDWARD K. VALENTINE- >
Tor member of Congress ( Contingent ) ,
THOMAS J. MAJORS. '
For Governor ,
ALBINUS NANCE.
Tor Lieutenant-Governor ,
E .C. CARNS.
Tor Secretary of Stale ,
& J. ALEXANDER.
Tor Auditor , ,
JOHN WALLICHS.
Tor Treasurer ,
G. M. EARTLETT.
Tor Attorney-General ,
C. J. DILLWORTH.
TmJ Commi sioter of Public Land * and
Buildings
A. G. KENDALL.
Tor Superintendent of Public Instruct on ,
W.V. . JONES.
DISTRICT TICKET.
TOT Attorney Third Judicial District.
X J. BURNHAM.
r TEE prospects of a peaceful solution
of tbc Albanian question are growing
belter.
OLD Mrs. Tipton will have to make
ft 'r&de with Church Howe ao SB to
or rry her own county. Church had
Jf't. Tipton's endorsement for any
oJlce within the gift of President
E * yes , from U. S. marehalshlp down
1 < > government director of the U. P.
rotd.
THE political news from Indiana is
Vi y encouraging to tbo republicans
B > d correspondingly depressing to the
di mocrats. Landers , as & atump
sjiaker , IB said to be discounted by
P rtcr , the republican nominee for
g < ' -emor , and the people ore not slow
to appreciate the difference.
THE democrats are determined to
kt pDr. Bear bofora the public. They
are very profuse in conferring empty
lirnors upon him. This lime they
hare \ ut him up for state superinten
dent of public instruction , a position
vl "ch wo know he hasn't sought and
wh ch herill not come within 16,000
vo ca of filling.
TUB issue made by the Nebraska
ds.nocr cy on the question of state ,
oo-mty and municipal Indebtedness
w > ld have been more timely five cr
ton years einco , when the counties
and. towns wore voting hundreds of
thousands of dollars in bonds to cor-
po le monopolies , Fand J. Sterling
Morton and G. L- . Miller were acting
ns jorporation o&ppors and advocates ,
trua democrats are not likely to malcq
JUUJli political capital out of this their
IK" move , but if they succeed in call
ing * attention to the necessity of some
tnre rigid method of collecting and
,
dit ributing money for municipal and
ooi.nry purposes it may bo of some
practical advau'age to our citizens.
Tt ro are undoubtedly possibilities of
reform in the assessment , the collec
tion and distribution of the larce
BU'ns of money which go through the
hands of county , city and town officers
on i a stricter acconntalof such moneys
TTO ld bo gladly reczivei by the peo-
plo.
AN UNIQUE IDEA.
The mayor of Leadville has a genius
foi speculation , and is about to add to
hit onerous duties of the m&yorality ,
the business of agent for worn out
mining properties , which he proposes
to ecll cheap for cash to caBtern api-
tal sU. TUE BEE traa shown to-day
a unique letter , which Mayor Humnh-
fo } s hcB been mailing to the chief ex
ecutives of various eastern citicf , in
wl tch he urges upon them the pioprie-
ly of laying before their wealthy citi-
BBi. thn advantages of Leadvillo
jol'ies at sources of investments
with the best projpecl of speedy re-
tni us for their onilay. Incidentally
Mc or Humphreys draws & very
fih.irp picture of the business derrcs-
aic T in Leadville. He rays that the
ingress of the railroads has taken
RT3j employment for teams and
leurastera , that thousands of prospoc-
tois have pulled up stakes for the
Gi nnison country , that .the recent
lal or troubles and the proclamation
of martial law is largely responsible
for he business depression , and that
the interest taken in the national
election , as nsnal has exerciied a par-
nlj ziog effect upon trade. On there
BOC junU , says the Mayor , Leadville
mi .ing properties are in the market
ftt ridiculously low paicet.
J.Iayor Humphreys is virtually ask-
Jn ; , eastern mayors to act as ttool
pl < = ons for Leadville speculators. He
is lonsly nnder-cstimatcs either the
be leaty of onr chief executives or the
ehrewdness of ouc business men , if he
in sines that his proposition will gain
a i.'oment's thoughtful consideration.
Th condition of affairs in Leadville is
lar * ely duo to the results of just such
ecLomes as the one into which Mr.
Humphreys is endeavoring to coax
ew cm men. Leadville mining pro
pel lee have ben badly and fraudu-
ler ly mismauu ed. Mines of lit-
tl intrinsic value have been
to ked for txtraragant sums
In order to tske in gullible inv -
v bra. False mining report * , incompetent -
competent or dishonest superintend-
an a and grasping official * , have
br nghtLeidville'i mining properties
luti discredit and frightened aw y
capital from the magic city. The
c ses of the present di tre of the
du rictnu t bo
removed , before the
ca ital which Mayor
Humphreys n
tij JR to tauaese out cf the east
b forthcoming.
IN WHOM DO YOU PUT TOUR
TRUST
The most vital issue of the present
campaign , so far as the people of Ne
braska are concerncdj is to be deter
mined in the choice of members to
the next legislature. No other legis
lature that has ever assembled in this
state has been clothed with as much
pon-er to do gsod or ill to this com
monwealth. Upon the next legisls-
ture will devolve the duty of making
the re-apportionment of this state into -
to representative and senatorial dis
tricts , in accordance with the national
census. The next legislaturewill be
empswered under 'our constitution
to increase the number "of members
i 5 succeeding legislatures , and
it is at their option , also , to
rcapportion the judicial districts of
the state and increase the number of
district judges. Upon the next leg
islature will devolve the duty of de
nning the boundaries of ihe three
congressional districts into which Ne
braska will be divided in 1882. The
coming legislature will be required to
elect a United States senator for the
term of six years from the 4th day
of March , 1881 Last , b t by no
means the least , the next legislature ,
if it does its duty to the people of
this state , will carry out the pledge
made in the sixth plank of the repub
lican platform , to abate abuses and
prevent discrimination and extortion
by railway corporations.
The enactment of such a law is not
merely the pledge of any party , but I
.
is the sworn duty of every member of
the legislature , in obedience to the
mandate of the constitution to pass
such laws. Wo eay the "mandate of
the constitution because railway at
torneys are in the habit of misrepre
senting tha obligition which rests upon
our legislature under the seventh sec
tion of article XI , oE the constltu tion.
That section commands the legislature
to pass laws 'prohibiting discrimina
tion , by declaring that legislatures
shall pass such laws , and where the
word shall appears in the constitution
it is mandatory and not options ] ,
as the corporation attorneys maintain.
It will bo the duty of the next
legislature also to amend our revenue
taxation laws and harmonize them
with he spirit of our constitution ,
which explicitly provides that all
classes of p , perty , corporate or in
dividual , shall be alike subject to
taxation. The law passed la t winter
practically exempting depots and
depot ground ; , machine shops and
machinery , aud other valuable prop
erty of railroad corporations from
local taxation is unjist and unreason
able and must ba repealed. Our
revenue laws and ths entira system of
etnte taxation needs a thorough ovr-
hauling , nnd it depcnds'upon the char
acter of the next Icgiilature whether
such reforms shall take place.
The question which now presents
itzelf to'cverr voter and tax-pay or is ,
"In whom do you put your trust1 ]
Would you entrust the candidate who
now seeks your suffrBge to the legisla
ture with the care and keeping of your
purse or your business without a bet
ter guarantee thnn his mere nominv
tton by a darty convention ? Do you
have implicit faith in tbe integrity of
this candidate , and do you belive that
ha will fearlessly represent your inter
ests regardless of the preszure that
may be brought upon by corpora-
lions through their attorneys and
lobbyists ? Has the man that sal * fur
your vote over been tried as a icpre-
sontative in a convention or any other
legislative body and found wanting ?
Has WTever betrayed a trust as a busi
ness man or a public officer ? Are his
buBtnees relations nnd his private af
fairs dependent on favor from or the
good will of corporations ? Is his candidacy -
didacy simply a scheme for his own
personal aggrandizement with n view
of procuring office on plunder through
his vote for the next United senator
If so , do not under any circomst.-.n-
cos give him your vote. It
would be not only a seri
ous injury to yourself and
your own section , but a serious
.
injury to the elate. It would not only '
be a serious drawback to the prosper
ity of this stafo , and an injury to the
producers , who now bear the unequal
burden in taxation and remain entire
ly unprotected against monopoly ex
tortion , but it will have injurious effects
ft
fects upon our future development.
Nebraska has reached that stage of
her grpwth where- she needs the fos
tering care of an honest legislature ,
and it behooves every man , who has ca
vote on the second of November , in
all seriousness to put the question ,
"lu f-hom do you put your trust ! "
DON'T all speakat _ once ! Omaha
i ( going to have five or six new depots. :
One palatial and commodious passen
ger depot , and as was planned on pa
per and promised us by the U. aP. .
road in return for depot ground and
bridjo bonds to that corporation ,
would satisfy the. ayeraga citir.en of
Omaha.
MR. E K. YjiLKsnyE is advertised
"to appea > at PlaUsmonlh * before the
republicans of Cass county next.
i.n
Before Mr. Valentine
makes any im
pression on the republicans of Cass
county ho will have to explain his
crooked conduct in Ise
swindling home
steaders and his jobbery in pension
claims and post traderships.
SEKATOB CONELIKO and Logan "and
Secretary Schurz , are doing good
campaign work on the stump. Re
publican harmony bodes no good t
the democracy.
WHAT does the democratic organ of
the U.P. think of the platform sot op
at Hastings by its party , which denounces -
nounces railroad monopolies andde-
e-
nwnds * n abatement of extortion and
* discrimination.
Arrangements h&vo been completed
by Trhlch work i * to be begun immedi
ately towards the construction of a
broad gnsco road irom Denver to
"Pueblo. Thera will also by an exten
sion of the South Park railroad from
tha mouth of the south fork of the
South Platte to Silver Cliff via Canon
Oity. The distance from Silver Clifi
by this proposed route irill be ebrtv
miles less than by the Ro Grande
road.
OCCIDENTAL JOTTINGS.
Colifornia.
A new public hall ia to be erected in
Bed Bluff.
San Diego is talking about building
a H hotel.
Oakland is improving one of its
main streets , § 50,000 worth.
Some wheat fields north of Chico
are yielding at the rate of fifty bush
els per acre.
in San Francitco , the current -
rent year , amount in the aggregate to
$2.21 on each § 100 of property valu-
ation.
The new Chinatown of Nevada City
is steadily growing. Nineteen build
ing $ have been erected , and several
more will be put up before the winter
storms begin.
In San Diego is a Mission grape
vine five years old , which has a
length of forty-two feet. The cir
cumference of the main stem is ten
inches. It is loaded with grapes. The
vine has never received eny care , hav
ing flourished In the face of drought
and neglect.
An official of the Atchison , Topeka
and Santa Fe railroad states that an
arrangement is being entered into by
which § 250,000 is to be expended by
his company , between the present
time and January 1st , next , in build
ing a road eastward from San Diego.
According to the same authority , the
embryo metropolis is to bo made the
western terminus of the road.
Nevada.
The Southern Nevada railrosd
„
will be ccn-inued south to Silver
Peak.
Of a drove of COO Oregon cattle on
the road to Keno , which were allowed
to driuk alkali water , 100 died and
150 are out of condition. The loss
will ba $3,000.
An eastern freight train of forty
cars passed "Winnemucca lately drawn
bv one engine. Railroad men say
that it was the heaviest train ever
drawn by one locomotive across the
continent.
A natural gas well has been dis-
corercd at the head of Pyramid Lake
and the jet being fired baa blazed ever
einoe to a height of twelve feet. At
last accounts some nine jets were
burning near Pyramid Lake.
On the Como range , twenty miles
from Yirginia , the brush is on fire for
miles , and at night presents a beauti
ful appearance. It is now estimated
that over twenty miles have been
burned , mid the fire is etill slowly
creeping along the mountains. The
only injury done was to the second
growth timber. The land will be
improved for grazing purpoaes. The
firu is likely to last until rain or enow
falls.
Utan.
A preat deal of building is going on
in Salt Like City.
It is rUmored that rich deposits of
coal httvo been found in Saidino can
yon , south of Wellsville.
The Summit ccunty branch cf the
Union Pacific railway is completed to
Wanship , a distance of 14 miles from
Echo , and about half way to Park
City. It ia expected the road will
reach the laat nimcd place by the 1st
of November.
The p rty that hns been exploring
Silt Rtvor va'l-y make glowing re
ports of i . The valicy is from sir to
10 miles wifj VT tf Ut 20 miles long ,
and in ccii\il -.tour strongly re
sembles Cdc.e ! Valley. T.mher is
nbundsnt and convenient , and thous
ands of tons of bay may ba cut on the
open preiriu. Wild cuirabts gotse-
borrics and strawberries abound , the
two latter fruits beipg of excel
lent quality. The present population
consists of seven M tnion families.
On the east side of ( he valley , and
near the banks of a t > lream , a town-
tile , situited UDon a level gravelly
bencb , Ting fixed up > n for a settle
ment.
Cheyenne claims to have no vacant
houses.
Cummins Ci y c.vnp stiJl attracts
great attention.
Laramie is grorm. , ' by Immigration
and in general pro-parity.
The water system of Cheyenne is
fast becoming improved.
Herds are still being moved into
Wyoming from Colorado.
Cheyenne has forty-eight Chinese ,
one ot which Is a woman.
The late fall of snow will put a stop
to prospectirg in Bramel district.
A steam saw mill has been started
! in Cummins City , and there is a large
demand for lumber for winter shelter.
The territory has been entirely free
from rjad egenta this season , at least
they have made no exhibitions of
themselves.
The number of cattle running on
the various ranges in Larmie county
has increased more than seventeen per
cent , during the past year.
Leading citizens will make strenu-
ous efforts to secure the location of
one of the artesian wells to be sunk
by order of congress.
Montana.
The proSts of the territorial -fair
were oter S2500.
Deer Lodge hasn't dwelling houses
enough to suit the demand.
Yellowstone National Park Is to have
a large hotel. It is now being built.
Notwithstanding the lateness of the
sairon rainy immigrants continue to
arrive.
It is proposed to bridge the Madison
river , miles from ' ino.
ton Henry's Lake.
It will be 150 feet long to coat S1000.
0.in
The sssetsable property of Gallatin
for 1830 , shows an increased value inof
nearly § 300,000 over that of last year.
The mines of Bntto continue r.to
show _ a steady improvement in the
quantity and richness of the ores leo
duced.
It is expected that the Helena and
Btzenian government telegraph line
will be irroperatioa "by October 25 of
November 1.
In central Montana fruit trees , of
ono , two and three years , are thriftily
growing , and promise in one or two
Boasona moro abundant fruitage.
Northern Pacific graders we at work
iuside the territorial line. The Inten
tion is to have a complete road-bed Qto
the Yellowotono before winter snows
fly.
fly.Helena
Helena is subscribing money for a
new coach road which , while it will
shorten the shorten the distance be
tween Butteand Helena , will develop
a rich mining region.
The new copper smelter is comple
ted and all . er
machinery in .working or
der. An air tramway is now being
1S
constructed from the Colusa mine to
the work ? , a distance of 1,640 feet.
A purvey will Boon be made for a
ditch seven miles long to c rry water
from Deer Lodge river to Deer Lodge.
It will carry 1000 inches of water and
a stock company formed to furnish
water at reasonable rates. ihts
The Yellowstone Journal predicts
that when the railroad reaches Miles
Oity itwill become a considerable
shipping point for atock
, and the cen
ter of the cattle herding district iDf
the territory.
Two'spites hava bean cado of Mon-
tecs silver to te placed on tha North
ern Pacific -where the road crctaet tha
Dakota Una into Montana about Oc
tober 15. On the spikes are inscrib
ed , "Welcome Montana to Dakota.
N. P. K. E. "
Idaho.
The clean-up for the past season
from about seven placer claims at
Leetburg amounts to § 60,000.
A ten-ton lot of ore from the
Bullion mine , Wood river , was sold In
Silt Lake last week for $2,250.
Measurements have been made
preparatory to making estimates for
building a bridge over the Snake river
at BUckfoot in order that the citizens
can take action thereon.
A new mineral belt has been dis
covered at Passimari , and new dis
coveries are being recorded daily.
Nearly all the able-bodied population
of Salmon City and vicinity have
stampeded in that vicinity.
Washington.
The salmon run this season is uni
versally large.
A new furniture factory is to be
built at New Tacoma.
The Seattle cannery is putting up
12,000 cans per day , and using 2,500
fish.
fish.There
There are now 50 white men and
200 Chinese employed upon Carbon
Hill railroad.
A whale spouting in Commence
ment Bay , attracted the attention of
persons five or six miles distant.
Negotations are now in progress for
the sale of the Seattle and Walla
Walla railroad , which are likely to be
settled and the road pushed further
on.
Experts recently examined the new
coal field near Seattle , and followed
the' vein a distance of three milts
through the tunnel , and pronounced
it one of the great coal mines of the
world.
Oregon.
The hatching establishment on the
Clackamas river has secured 250,000
salmon egga , which will bo increased
to 1,000,000 before the week is out.
The hop men in Lane county are
very basy securing the hop crop , and
all available pickers are at work. The
yards ere yielding handsomely ; it is
expected that this season's crop will
be the largest ever gathered.
Over twenty miles of the proposed
railroad to Snake river from Walla
Walla is already graded , and every
effort is being made to push the work
forward aa rapidly as possible. The
gradeis are at Junction , and if the
work is still continued on the Snake
river line the road will reach the river
in about forty days. Thete are about
250 white men and 800 dhineao em
ployed.
Colorado.
Now hay brings § 60 per ton at On
ray.
ray.A mountain lion wfti killed a few
days aijo in Chimney gulch , two miles
from Golden.
It is intended to soon build a rail
road from Pueblo to Kit Carson , on
the Kansas Pacific.
The new opera house at Jonvor will
be five stories , with a mansard roof
and a tower 180 feet high.
Prospecting in the now placer
clams ; below Golden on Clesr creek ,
pans our two and a half cents to the
pan
A big strike ha& been made at the
head of Musquito pass , where ore
body was opened out to between
twelve and fifteen feet
Many importont questions affecting
the a icultural interests of the state
are likely to bo pressed to an issue at
the next session of the legislature.
Citizens of Rico county want Ouray
county dividudj desiring to hwe n
portion of it and La Plata erected into
H new ono , with Rico aa county seat.
The Denver and Rio Grande taUroad
will certainlybo completed to Kokomo
by October 15tb , and enough men
will ba employed to finish the road to
Breokinridge before winter.
The official count shows that the
nurabar of Utea is much less than has
been generally supposed. There are
bnt 7C White River warriori- , about
025 Uncomphgo warriors , and nbout
200 Southern Ute warrioisj total 1 ,
about 600. The lotal population of )
the three tribes , bucks , * quawa and
papooses , does not exceed 2,600.
It is almost o rtaift that the Jules-
burg cut-off will not pass through Gree
ley nor Evans , but will cut across the
country to the southeast of Evans ,
leaving the Platte bottom about forty '
miles down , their object being to take
advantage of a lower nnd more even
grade , and also a grsater saving of dis
tance.Work sP
Work will begin on the Big Thomp
son , Greeley and Evans irrigating }
cinal In a few days , eo aa to bo ready
for next season's use. The length
of the line la twenty-seven miles , and
the distance from the Big Thompson
to the lake is seven miles , making tha
total length of the canal 34 miles. \ IBi
the point where canal crosses the di
vide , in order to run the maiu line
east , the line is dropped 3G feet , and
falls nearly 100 feet moro to reach the
highest land south of Grreeley. There
are several favorable places for reser
voirs along the line at points where
drops are made , and also at various
places below.
Party Obligations ana Conventions.
Sonfrd Roporter.
Whenever a party in power has I
large majority , there will bo schem
ing politicians who will use every
means , whether fair or foul , to secure
entire control of the organization of
that party , and the result generally
follows that the majority is by thete
means destroyed , as the fair thinking
men belonging to the party , in order to
CSCRTJO the tyranny and usurpation of
lower by corrupt scheme * , throw their
influence to defeat
concocted schemes
in which the rank and file of the party
are given no voice. That the people
are awaking to this danger that h
threatening them is indicated by res
olutions passed at conventions whore
there is yet a free expression of senti
ment , and among the most notable
are the following , promulgated by the
republican stats convention of Massa-
chniatts , the firat being adopted sain
1875 , and the second at the last con
vention : nhe
"It is therefore declared that the
republican party of Massachusetts hem
support no man for official position
whose personal character is not an ab ,
solute guaranty of fidelity to every "
public trust ; and they invoke the con
demnation of the ballot-box upon
every candidate for office who fails Dnof
this test , whatever be his party , name
or endorsement.
"The duty of all republicans loy
ally to support the candidates of The
party , and the duty of nominating
conventions to present candidates who
are acceptable to all republicans , are
reciprocal duties of equal force and
obligation. "
It ia moat essential to the perpe ;
tuity of the republican majority ein
this otate , and we may say in this
country , that some republicans who
care more for the principles and issues
sues of the party than the spoils and
division of spoils should enter a de
cided and firm protest against the bar
gains and trades that have made our
conventions more like political sham-
bias than councils for formulating issues
sues and selecting men and standard
bearers who represent tha best
element imd brains cf the nir-
, ty. They raay be denounced
j and traduced by the epoil-grabbers ,
aut there never was a worthy position
ever taken by any man , or a man who
Fought for right and justice , that was
not assailed by these public leeches ;
and never will a reform be accomplish
ed till'a decided stand is taken by the
people to throttle thissvstom of spoils
and bribery , which is fast controlling
every portion of each party organiza
tion. A man who will shut his eyes
to corruption in his own party , an'd
not lift his handler voice to correct it ,
'
cannot bo a safe'and good party mm ,
bo he republican , democrat or green-
backer.
Democratic Principles.
The Milwaukee Herald writes as
follows : "How differently the de
mocrats proclaim their principles I In
Pennsylvania and Ohio the democrats
indorse the protective tariff as their
doctrine , in Wisconsin , Illinois , Iowa ,
and other western states free trade Is
their shibboleth. In New tTersey
they endorse them both. In Jcdiana
the Hendricks-Landers , demoprats
swear by the Boftmo'ey "swindle ,
while Skinflint Engffih Is" formoneh
as hard as his heart. South of the
Ohio river independence of the single
states from national authority is pro
claimed ES sound democratic doctrine ,
while north of the Ohio river national
supreu-acy ia reg.rded as correct in
theory , bnt detrimental in practice.
In their national platform the demo
crats promise to protect the country
against the 'Commune/ and in Cali
fornia they join the blackguard and
Communist Kearney .and his Sand-lot
destructionists. The great and preud
democratic patty of that state has sold
itself , body , breeches , and soul. Ac
cording to the contract , Biys the Cal
ifornia DeuUcher Democrat ( rep. ) .the
officers are to be divided between wo
parties , resembling very much rae
sale of the people al auction. Al
though the democrats knew that Kal
loch would bo nominated by the Sand
Lot party as mayor of San Francisco ,
they did not utter a word in behalf of
the much-injured peed name and
fame of that Kearney ridden oily. In
all sections of the country democratic
'principles' moan something different
from those as laid down in their plat
form. But there is ono great demo
cratic principle which stirs their souls
whenever it is mentioned , and that is
the division of the frpsiU. United
they stand on the divided offices for
the present. "
To the influence of Hamburg Drops
Constipa'ion yields at once and thor
oughly.
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Backache , Soreness of iha Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Swell
ings and Sprains , Burns and
Scaids , General Bodily
Pains ,
Tooth , Ear and lieadacha frosted
Feet c/Jo' Ears , and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth tquali Sr. JACOBS Oil
t a safe , surf , simple and cheap External
ItemedA trial entails but the comparatively
trifling ontliy of 50 Cents , and w ) one suffer
ing nltU pain cm hare chfnp nd positive proof
of 1U claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
BOLD BY ALL DRUG GISTS AND DEA1EES
IH KEDIOINE.
A. VOGELER & CO. ,
Baltimore , 3Id. , IT. S. A.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION LIKE
OMAHA AND FORT OMAHA
Connects With Street Cars
Corner of SMJNDERS anil HAMILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red Line aa folljws :
LEAVE OMAHA :
630. * S 17 and 11:19 aTm , S:03.S'37andT.29p.in :
LEAVE FORT O1IAHA :
7:15 a m. . 9:15 a. m , and 12:45 p. m.
4-CO , 6.15 and 8:15 : p. m
* Tlio8:17a. : m nm.lcavinr omaha , and the
4:00 : p. m. ran , leaving Fort Omaha , are usnollj
Ion tied to full capioitynith recuUr passengers
The 6:17 : a. ra. nn willbomada from the posV >
office , corner of Dodire and 16th snrehta.
Tickets ctii lo procured from Etrect cardrir-
era , or from drircrs of hacks.
FAKE , 2C GENTS , llfOUJDINO STRE CAB
To the Voters of the Sixth Ward.
Notice" Is hereby glvon that I will Bit a mj
office , 810 north ICth street , ( near Bcdman'i
store ) between this ditoanJ Novembers , 1S80
for the purposj of registering the qualified VO'
iers of the Cth wird , and nuking any correct.
Ions or alterations to Mid list
JAVE3 N. IIURPHY ,
_ Koaistrar
. MEAT MARKET
U. P. Block , IGtli St.
Fresh &ni S.ilt Heats o Ml kinds constant
oa hand , prices reasonable. Vegetables In sea
on. Food delivered to i ny part of the city.
WH .AUST.
* N'rth 1 tb Bt
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- Cures and never disap
points. The -worltl's great Pain. "
Rbliovcr for Man nnd Beaste
Cheap , q uick and rclia ble.
PITCHER'S CASTOR1A
is not Xarcotic. Children
grow fat upon , Mothers like ,
and Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates the
Bowels , cures TVlnd Colic ,
allays Feverishness , and de
stroys Worms.
WEI DE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cure , a Comtitutional
Antidote for tlds terriWo mala-
dyt by Absorption. Tha most
Important Bisoovery since Vac-
cination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh , thi cares at
= y staga Tjefora Consumption
ssts is.
UNLIKE PILLS
And the usual Pnrsntlrcs , I * pleasant to lake ,
And will prove utonca the ino t pott nt nd harmle-s
BcnoTator and ClPanMf that JIM ye I
b n broasht to public attic * . For CotMllim-
tlnrf , Binoiutirss. Headache. PHey , wtf < M
duordcn aniinj from aa datrufled itatt of me twm ,
it Is incomparably the belt rtirahrt tilant. Avoid Im-
lUtlTOs : in i t on setting the article calljd for.
TKOPIC-FBKIT fcAX 1TI > E is put np in
brouzed tin bow only. Trice GO cents. A-k jour
druRjiut for Descriptive' Pamphlet , or * U' > " L.th pr >
AOiu >
<
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Xew York or Sim Frnnrisco.
BEFORE PURCHASING ANY FORM OF So-C UE8
ELECTRIC BELT ,
Band , or Appliance repmcntcdto ttteSttianf.C'biotoa
nnd Mdal Dneaseii. pnd to the PUIA EBMACHEB
GALVANIC CO. , S13 Montcomcrj Street , ban Fr n-
cUcn. Oil. , for their frrt ramphlet and "The Elec
tric Rovicw , " and you will naie hme , Ktalth and monre.
The P.O. Co. are the only dealers in Genuine Electric
"Appliances err the American Continent.
i SYearslefore tJiePullie.
THE
LIVEE PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to. " but in
affections of the Liver , and in all Bilious
Complaints , Dyspspsia , and Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that chafafcter , they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are uneqnaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid ,
with the impression.McL ANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of 0. McLANE and FLEMII.G Lnos.
ySf Insist upon having the genuine
DnTc. JtoLANE'S LIVER PILLS , pre
pared b-
FLESnXG BROS. , Pittsburgh , Pa. ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name JfoJEonc , spelled differently ,
but same pronunciation.
BOWEL COMPLAINTS.
A Speedy and Effectual Care.
PERKY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
lias stood the test of TORTY Y KIRS' trial.
Directions inlh each tattle.
OLD BY ALL DHUOQIST3.
11 ! R RITCF ! I OP I Ajests everywhere tosel
WAN I Li ) Tea , Coffee , Bukinc Powder.
Flavoring Extracts , etc , by sample , to fimllijs ,
Profit good. Outfit free. People's Tea Co. , Box
6020 , St. I onls. Mo.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Capitol Ave , , Opp. Masonic Hall ,
OMAHA * NEB.
IE. IE1. OOOlE'
UNDERTAKER
, J
Oid Fellows' Clock.
Prompt attention ciren to orlere by Uleiraph.
.IIARTIGAN & DODGE ,
Sheet Iron Workers
AMJ
BOILEE MAZERS.
Cor 12ih and Cass Btrsc's.
Please Give Us a Cali.
PROPOSALS FOR CHEESE.
Orricr , Pencil \giio AXD Drrury )
OtUHA , MB. , fcept. U n.'isso. )
Fei'eil ' propoaal , lu dup iuito , subjo t to the
Usual C9iiJHIuS ] , will be received nt this oQice
tintil 12 o'clock noon On dctobar 4th , 1880 , at
which tlrije find p'cce they nill be opened hi
pro ; erne o ( bidders Jot lurniS "ioj arfd dftliver )
ut Omaha , Xob. , cf
( i.-OOp undi Fattory Chwso ,
to be In drumaLrselaabont 40pourds Cflfh.
The > hccsa nn.sl be del \crcJ at the U. 3. Sub
sistence sUre hojso free of coat of drayaee , and
vslll be inspected f fter delUirr , an I will onlj be
accepted u.hcn BJOI inscctloa shom it to bed
ruit&blc quailty Ate \ \ bodelherod by CcUber
2jth. Tbo governno-t U'scn-Mlhn il ht to ro-
jecJ any or 11 prooosa'a. li < ank proposi'5 * ll'
be furn'ehed en npplica'lon. Ei.valooi c"n-
. talnlnc propotalg shou il bo marked "I'rojwali
for Cheese , " and addressed to the iiniio-su'nod.
THOMAS WH. ON ,
ECpIS-St _ _ _ Capt ar.dC. S.
M. K. KISUONi
General Insurance A cnf
CO. , of London -
don ; Cash Assets . J5.1G7.12J
. E8ICHE8TKlt. JI. Y. , C.tpitil . l.OCO.Odj
T EMERC A rS. of Nevark , N. J. , 1,01)0,001 )
QIRAnn FIUEPliiUdcpliiBCapllM. ] . l.OCO.POO
KORTHWESTKBN NATIONAL.Cap-
Ital . 900,000
FIREMTJN-S FUND , California . . . 800,000
, BKI11SH AMERICA AhSURANCECo 1,200,000
- NK\VA tK FIRE IKS. CO. , Asscta. . . . &OO.OCO
AUHKICAF CENTRAL , Assets 800 000 "
" Southeast Cor. of Fifteenth & Doniclai St. ,
mph8Hv OMAHA. NfB.
A F. RAFERT & CO. ,
Contractors and Builders ,
Fine Woodwork a Specialty.
, , Agents for the Encaustic Tiling
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- 131 D A
SHOW GASES
JIlilUriCTCRED BT
O. J. WILZ3E3
1317 CASS fcT. , OMA1IA , NEB.
tSTA good luaorlmrnt nlwaya on'hand.TSa
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY
HORSES.
HtuxjuAKTERa DEPABIMEST OF THE PLITTZ , )
Orrcz or Caicr QBARTTRMASTEB , V
FORP OUAHA KEB , Scptemter 2' , 1810 )
Scaled proposals , In tiipl oate. subject t ? the
inual cnn itinr.o will be received at tbU office
until 12 o'clock noon on October 25th , 1EEO , icaat
which place and time thej willbeopencl 'nprts-
cnce of bidders , for fumlahinff an I delivering flat
Onuhi Depot , Nebrala , on hundred (100) ( ) )
.
CaV.lryhonts )0)A.
PrnpogaUforaleia number will ho received.
A bond In the renal ( urn of 8 00 must acem -
pacy each propcsil ; and acopy f f this adi ertlse-
tncnt and of the fpcciflcallons. should be attich-
ed to the proi oeals.
Th9 govcrBmantrcKrres the tight to reject
myorallprcps'Ij.
Blank propo al4itrdf 11 lnf nmtion a ? te
manner of bidding , conditions to bs ed
by bidders , ard termioconlrict and pi > ment ,
will be fnrnkheij on appllca'lon to .Ms cfflca. edbe
Errelopcs containing prrto3 h should be
marked "Proposi's for Cavalry nor e3"and ad-
iresEed to-the nndtralgiMil.M. .
M. I. LUDINOTON ,
_ Chief Quutermtt
CHARLES RIEWE ,
UNDERTAKER !
Metallc Cues , Coffins , Caskets , Shrouds , etc.
Faroham Street , Bet 10th and llth , Omaha , Neb.
elegraphlc rjars Promptly Attended To.
VINEGAR WORKS !
Jon'i , Set. 9th. and 10th. Sa , OMAHA.
Flrat quality dhtllled Wme and Cider Vine rar
of any strength below eaatflrlTprices , and war
ranted Just aa jrood Tat wholesale md retail.
_ Send for pricelist. . ERHST KREBS.
T. 8. HITCHCOCK , M. D. B. ,
From New York has located in Oraiha , and
-
Dentil Bcoins , orer A. Cruiekshink C < x > , Cor.
. _ 15tb and Dou Ug. _ Mp9-2in
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York Erery Thundiy at 2 p.m.
For
England , Prance and Germany.
For Passage rpply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
Oensral Paesecgei Agestt ,
Jnne214y 61 Broadway , N w 7orJc
BAHKIKC HOUSES.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
BANKING HOUSE
IN NEBRASKA.
GALDWELLHAMILTONGO
Buslnoss transact d same as that 0 SD Inoor-
rented Bank.
Accounts kept In Currency or gold subject to
Bight check without notice.
Certificates of deposit brawl parable In three ,
six and twelve months , bearing Interest , or on
demtnd without Interest.
Advances made to customers on appro ted H-
curitie ? at market rates of. Interest
Buy and sell eold. bills of exchange Govern.
ment , State , County and City Bonds.
Draw Slht Drafta on En7land , Ireland , Scot.
land , and all parts of Europe.
Sell E iropein Pa < .xaje ; Ticket !
nOLLEDTlOHS PROMPTLY MADE.
auglOtt
U. 8. DEPOSITOEY ,
*
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OMAHA.
Cor. IStb and Farnfaam Streets ,
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
IN OMAHA.
( SUCCESSORS TO KOOJTTZE BROS , )
ESTABLIBUSD a 1856.
Organized aa a National Bank' , Angmt 29,1363.
Capital and Profits Qver$300,000 ,
Specially authorized by tha Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to ths
U.S.4 PHR CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICERS AND DIBECTOR3
HlRHAN KOTOTZB , President.
ADOBSTDS KOONTZB , Vice President.
H. W. TAras. fachler.
A. J. PO7PLKTOS , Attorney.
Jon.v A. CR lanrox.
F , U , DAVIS , ABs't Cuhler ,
Thla bank receives deposit without regard to
unonnte.
lunca time certificates bearing Interest.
Draws drafts on San Finn Cisco ted principal
cities ot the United States , alax > London. Dublin ,
Edinburgh and the principal cities of ths conti
nent of Europe.
Soils passage tickets for Emigrants In tha In.
man tie. mayldtt
REAL ESTATE BROKER -
Geo. P.'Bemis'
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
16th & Douglas SU. , Omaha , Neb.
This agency doea smioiLT a broksrago bud-
ness. Does notapecnlate , and therefore any bar
gains on Ita books aie Insured to Ha pitrons. In
Rtead of belnr eobbl' d up by th e went
BOGGS 4 HILL.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
JVo 1403 Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEBRASKA.
Office North Slda opp. Grand Central Hotel.
Nebraska Land Agency.
DAVIS & SNYDER , -
1605 Farnham St. Omaha , Ntbr.
400,000 ACRES caref ully selected land In Eastern
Nebraska for sale.
Great Bargains In improved farms , and Omaha
dtyproperty.
O. Y. DAV13. WEBSTER SNTDER ,
Late land Com'r U. P. K. B Ip-Ieb7tf
BTROS REED. LKWI ! UBO.
Byron Reed ifc Co. ,
OLDK3TE8TAILI3EO
EEAL ESTATE AGENCY
IN NEBRASKA.
tfccp a cornplete abstract of title to all Real
Estate In Oiler1 * nd DonI County. mavltf
HOTELS.
THE ORIGINAL.
Cor , Randolph St. & 5th Ave. ,
CHICAGO ILL.
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fRICESBEDUCED TO
S2.00AHDS2.50PERDAY
Located In the business centre , convenient
to pUc'g of amusement. Elejan'ly furnished ,
containing all modern improvementB , pancnper
elevator , &c. J. U. CUMMINOS , troprietor.
ocietf
OGDEN HOUSE ,
Cor. MARKET ST. &
Council Bluffs , lotvat
On line ol Street Railway , Omnibus 'o and from
all trams. RATES Parlor floor 83.00 per day ;
second floor. 32.60 perdiy ; third floor , $3.00.
Tbe best furnbhcd and most com nodlous hocso
in tha dtr. OEO. T. PIIELPS , Prop.
METROPOLITAN
OMAHA , NEB.
IRA WILSON PROPRIETOR :
The Metropolitan Ii centrallj located , aJvl
Drat c'aw ' In every respect , having recently been
entirely renovated. The public niil find It a
comfortable and homelike house. marStf.
-
UPTON HOUSE ,
Scliuylcr , ffcb.
Flist-claaa Home , Good Heals , Good Beds
Airy Rooms , and kind and accommodulng
treatment. Tirigood sampla rooms. Spccu
attention paid to commercial travelers.
S. MTT.T.Ett
. , Prop. ,
al5-tf Schnyler , Neb ,
FRONTIER HOTEL ,
Laramie , Wyoming.
The miner's resort , good accommodation * ,
arge earn pie loom , charzcs reaaonable. Special
attention riren to traveling men.
11-tf H.O HILU1RD Proprietor.
INTER- OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
Fine large Sample Room * , one
block from depot. Tralru atop from 20 minutes
to 2 boors for dinner. Free Bus to and from
Depot. Kates $2.00. 12.50 and { 3.00 , according
to room ; srjgle meal 75 cents.
A. I ) . BALCOM , Proprietor.
ANDREW BORDEN. Cnlef Cl rt. mlO-t
B. A. FOWLI.I. JAKES G. Ecorr.
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
ARCHITECTS.
Deslma for bdldlnjg of any description oo
exlhlbltlon at < mr office. TfV have had over 20
yean experience In designing and superintend.
Ing public building and residences. Plans and
estimates furnished on Bhcrt notice.
ROOif 8. CSIOH BLOCg.
"We call the attention of JBuyers'to Onr Extensive Stock of
( CLOTHIN
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We carry the Largest and
t
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS IN OMAHA
Whioh We fire Selling at
GUARANTEED PRIDES ! !
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING
Is in charge of Mr , THOMAS TALLON , whose well-established
reputation has been fairly earned.
We also Keep an Immense Stock of
HATS , CAPS , TRUHKS AND VALISES ,
REMEMBER WE ARE THE ONE PRICE STORE :
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
mBltodaw 1301 & 1303 Famliiim Street.
TO THE LADIES AHD GENTLEMEN :
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD I
A Positive and Permanent Cure
v
Guaranteed ,
In all cases of Grave' , Diabetes , Dropgy. Brlghfa Dbcasa of th
Kidneys , Incontinence and Retention of Urine , Inflamitlon o
tlie Kidneys. Catarrh of tbe Bladder , HUh Colored Urine. Pain
In the Bock , a'de or Lions , Nervous Weakness , and in fact all
disorders of the BUddcr and Urinary OTjrsns , whether contract-
oil by p-ivate diseases or otheawuo. This jrreat remedy baa been
used with success for nearly ten j e ra In crane * , with the most
wonderful curative effect * , it cweity absorption : no nanieous
.
Internal medicines beinj required , we have hundreds of teatl.
monlals of cures bv this fjd when all else hail f v > 'ed-
LA DIES , if you are snOirine from Tem-ile Weakness , Laucor.
rhcco , or disecgesi peculiar to females , or la fact an/jHjwuso , ask
yonr drumr1 * ! for Prof. Oullmette's French Kidney fad , and
tale no other. If ho his cot cot It. send 32.00 and von vrl
receive the Pad by return mail. Address U. ti. Clinch ,
FRENCH PAD CO. ,
Toledo , Ohio.
PROF. GUIUIETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD V
Will positively cure Fever anilKO r Vumb Afros , Aftuo Cak , Hillloui Fever. Jaundice , DyspepaU ,
ana all di easeg of the Liver , Monjich nd Blood. 1 ho pad cores by abwrption. and la permanei.t.
Ask 3 our dra tnst for this pid and take ao other If he docs not keep it , Bend Jl JO t < tna Pit NCH
PAD CO. , ( U. a. Bunch ) . 1 oTcdo , Ohio , and receive It by return mail. . KU1IN . i CO. , .
Aqent * Omiha. Neh.
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER.
The Genuine
S1N0ER HEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Th popular demand for the GENUINE SINGER in 1079.exceeded that of
any previous dnrins : tbe Quarter of a Centi.ry in wl ich this Old
Reliable" Machine ha been before the public.
In 1878 we sold 356,422 Machines. In 1879 we sold
431,167 Machines. Excess over any previous
year , 74,735 Machines.
Our Bales lasb year -were at the rate of over
1400 Sewing Machines a Dayl
For every business day In the jeir.
The " Old Reliable " Singer is the Strongest , the Simplest ,
the Most Durable Sewing Machine ever
yet Constructed.
.
That Every REAL Singer Se-roing Machine has their Trade
Mark cast into the Iron Stand and embedded in the
Ann of the Machine.
THE SINGE UFACTURE GO.
Principal Office : 34 "Union Square , New York-
I 500 Subordinate Offices in tbe United States and Canada , nnd 3.0CO Officas in the Old
' Wo'ld and South America. UATAK ASxrtt
. C.
WH A B
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha.
SINGLE ACTING
HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings , Mi mg Machinery ,
BELT1MO HCSE , BRASS AriD 130H FJTT1HC3 , PIPE , STEAM PACKING ,
AT WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AHD SCHOOL BELLS
A. L STEAM , 206 Farnnam Streat Omaho. Neb
HENRY ERGER ,
V. BLATZ'S MILWAUKE
In Kegs and Bottles ,
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at E
Prices. Office. 239 Dougfog Street. Omabn , _ _ _ _ , _
SHEELY BROS. PACKING CO. ,
PORK AND BEEF PACKERS
Wholesale and Retail in
FRESH 3IEATS& PROVISIONS , CAME , POULTRY , FI3II , ETC.
CITY AND COUNTY ORDERS SOLICITED.
OFFICE CITY MARKET 1415 Douglas St. Packing House.
Opposite Omaha Stock Yards , U. P. B. E.
ISH & MeMAHON
Successors to Jaa. K. Ish ,
DRUGGISTS AND PERFUMERS.
Dealers in Fine Imported
Extracts , Toilet Waters , Colognes , Soaps , Toilet Powders , &c.
A. fnUltse. f Eurnoal JrstrTEncnta. PotSsst Oaet. Trusses and Supporter * . Absolutely Purs
ETU js and QscakaJj nwd In Dupenun ? . irwerif.tloni tUed at any fcour ot tt njlit. !
Jas. K. Ian. 'Lawrence 3Ic3Iahon.