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THE DATLY BEE
E ROSEWATBR : EDITOR
HATlGKAt REPUBLICAN TICKET.
FOB rnERhJEST :
A. CARFIELD ,
CHESTER .A. AUTHUR ,
of New York.
GEORGE "W. COLLINS ,
of Pawnee County.
JAMES LAIRD ,
of Adorns County.
JOHN M. THITRSTON ,
of Donglaa County.
For Member of Con re-a ,
EDWARD JL VALENTINE.
Tor member of Congress ( Contingent ) ,
THOMAS J. MAJORS.
For Governor ,
For Lieutenant-Governor ,
E .C. CAENS.
For Secretary of State ,
S. J. ALEXANDER. !
For Auditor ,
For Treasurer ,
G. M. BARTLETT.
For Attorney-General ,
C. J. DILIAVORTH.
For , Commissioner of Public Lands 'and
A. G. KENDALL.
For Superintendent of Public Inislruct on ,
W. W. JONES.
For Attorney Third Judicial District.
N. J. BURNJIAM.
I FLOPPED rtOO SCOn. - [ John I.
IT boats the failure of the Croniu
basinets. [ Gtorge L. JJftffcr.
THE Basutoa , or South African
tribe have risen in revolt against the
British and the general opinion is that
the trouble will "bo much more difficult
to aeUle than the Zulu war was.
I MIGHT as vrell resign from the
National Committee and resume my
p'aco in the lobby. Barnum's mules
j > ro no match for Cameron's iron
horse. [ J. Stirling Morton.
Dedicated to Dr. Miller :
Put away that bactain tooater
Bond engraved with so much care ,
For you never more will need him
Landers' climbed the golden stair.
Gone to meet S. J. T.
TIIE Western Onion Telegraph
Company have held their annual
meeting. The increase of the compa
ny during the past year shows an in
crease of § 1,000,000 over that of iho
last report. Tha old management
THE October Waterloo is a crusher
to the Democratic press throughout
the country. Wo will offer to bet a
dime to a nicklo that the Omaha
Jjcrald IB the only Democratic paper
u'UJch li tioiatea a rooster over ti ,
TIJE registration in New York is un-
unially heavy , 145,270 voters having
registered in the first two days , against
SOG4 ! ) the first two daye of last yenr.
1' is estimated that over 40,000 young
wioa will cast their first votes in Now
York city during the coming election.
THE Mexican house of reprcsenta
tives have declared Gonzales president
of the republic. He enters "office on
the 1st of December , when President
Diaz retires. On a total vote of 14-
731 Gonzales received 11,528 votes ,
while the minority vote was divided
among live candidates.
THE railroads have again com
inenced cutting rates , and a war is
now in progress between the Wabash
and other roads running from Chicago
to Kansas City. Rates for first-class
pissongers went as loir as $
TIIE effect of the election returns
on the markets shows how well
grounded were the republican aisor-
tiona that the success of their party
w ; < i necessary to the business and fin-
nac'al interests of the country.
United States bonds in London 1m-
iroliately became firmer on receipt of
not i from Ohio and Indiana , while
the stock market in Now York and
the grain market in Chicago became
ID ore buoyant.
Tun fight between Chili and the
tillied repxiblics of Peru and Bolivia
still continues with unabated ferocity.
Tho'htost news from the seat of war
ri South America ii that the Chi
lian sloop Coradonga was destroyed
1)7 ) an internal machine sprung on it
liy the Peruvians. The Chilians con-
naue devastating the coast of Peru
rni claim to hare 25,000 between
Ti3na and Arica.
; There seems no
prospect that the war , which is now in
i -,9 ( second year , will be drawn to a
v ! > uluslon unless other gojrernmects
WHILE wo are jubilating over the
triumph of the republicans in Indiana
and Ohio , we mutt not forget that as
citizens of .Nebraska we hare inter
ests in the coming election almost as
vital to us as the election of the next
president. We have a legislature to
oleet tht will eierciss greater infiu-
nco upon the proiparity of .Nebraska
ihau any president of the United
KUtea. Thit S gicHlura wM elect a
"United States senator , who should if
h > ba an honest representative of
-ha people of this state , be
staunch supporter of measures to
r gulate inter-state commerce , limit
7 is tails on the roads chartered by
congress. He should be a man of
nirkei ability and known opinions
0 i all the . great ques-
1 ons of the hour a man
* 'u would rank with the emin-
* it statesmen that represent other
* stes in the national senate. The
i ezt legislature will hare an "
fulfilling the duties imposed upon it by I
tbo constitution that requite the en
actment of laws to protect tha pro
ducers of this state and patrons of railI I
ro&derpreEEand telegraph companies
against imposition , extortion and dis
crimination. There is a very broad
meaning in this constitutional pro
vision , which properly exercised will
afford much needed protection to our
people without infringing upon the
vested rights of corporations or
Eubjectinj ; them to nnrcasonabla con
cessions. It behooves every tax pay
er in Nebraska , before he casts his
vote for any candidate for the legisla
ture io know that this candidate will
faithfully represent his interests.
THE diicomfituro of the bourbons
is complete and each succeeding re
turn only adds to their despondency.
They had staked their party success in
November on Indiana's giving a de
mocratic majority. Every leading
organ of the party from the New
York Sun to the St. Louis Republican
had asserted time end again thatns
Indiana and. Ohio went eo would the
country vote in November. The re
sult , so unexpected , so overwhelming ,
leaves them speechless. Indiana
ernor and state ticket but probably
scuds to Indianapolis a republican leg
islature which will elect a repub
lican successor to Senator McDonald.
Ohio refutes the slanders against
General Grfield by a rousing majority
in nearly every county throughout
the etatc , by reversing the Democratic
m&jority in Congress and sending
fifteen Republicans and qnly five
DemocratB to the House of Rapreseatl
tativoj. The October states have
voiced the feeling of the country and
November will merely endorse their
A correspondent of THE BEE writ- ,
ing from this city says that the Get
mans of Xetnaha county are fighting
Church Howe for the reason that the
latter had a leading German citizen ,
a brewer , arrested on a trumped up
charge and sent to Lincoln , together
with eight or nine German witnesses
so as to prevent their voting. Does
THE BEE correspondent know Church
How < ? If he does he knows that if
Church can buy the German minis
ter's support ho will do eo ; ho has
done such things before and railroad
money is said to be plentier with him
now than ever before. Lincoln
We don't believe the Germans of
Nomaha county will this year be
gulled by the wily monopoly cappsrs ,
and any German preacher who under-
takes to deliver the votes of the Ger
mans of FNemaha county to Church
Howe will discover that he has taken
a contract he can't fill.
THIS is what the New York Herald
two days before the election ,
On Tuesday of next week if Garfield
should carry Indiana as well as Ohio ,
General Hancock will find that "Jor-
dan is a hard road to travel , " and only
his moet sanguine rmpporters will ex
pect his election. Wo will not under
tike to predict now Indiana will go in
so close und doubtful a contest , but
there is little hazard in saving if the
Ow. . w t luuu tu t otato the pubse
quoin betting will bo on the wide of
TUB Burlington and Missouri rail
road are about to reduce their passen
ger tariff to four cents a mile , and it
is presumed that the Union PaciGc
will be compelled to follow suit. The
agitation of the railroad question by
THE BEE and other papers throughout
the state seems to have had some ef-
= = = = = =
THE republicans of Hamilton coun
ty have instructed and pledged their
candidates for the legislature to enact
laws that will protect the producers of
the state against discrimination and
extortion by railway monopolies.
THUIUUX , the noblest Roman of
them all , is avenged at last. He will "h
retire from the senate in March , and
McDonald will keep him company.
' CT is "
a great d oappointment" says
the Louisville organ of the Bourbons.
It's worse than that its a death blow.
THE snake is scotched. Now York ,
New Jersey and Connecticut will fin
ish the business in three weeks time ,
BARNDM is moro of a success a ? a
"mule buyer" than an investor in
"oteel rails. "
THE people evidently prefer brains I
to braes buttons and corsets. |
THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS BEACHING OUT |
TOWARDS THE SOOTH.
Provo City , ( U. T. ) Enquirer.
Team after team and , wa might alI I
most e y company after company of '
people are constantly passing through
Provo for the southern country. Moat
of them are for Arizona and New
Mexico , in the region of the Little
Colorado. This continual move to
wards the "sunny iouth" brings for
cibly to mind that the way to this-ccn-
ter-Etako of Zton , Jackson county , is
by the touth , and doubtless many ,
though now ignorant of the
fact , arc bouird for that
happy land. Surely when
tha predictions of the prophets of old
and those of latter days are considered -
erod , the time for building up that
center-stake must soon commence , for
these predictions clearly portray that
the coming of the Son of Alan is near
at hand , even at the threshold , and
there is a vast deal of labor y\l to be
accomplished by this people. Take
into consideration but the short space
of time the saints have occupied thcsa I
valea , and look at what has boon done.
Docs it not prove that the people of
God are a nation of mighty workers ? io
Are not our accomplishments of so
short a period gazed upon with
wonder and admiration by all who
visit us from abroad ? What , then ,
will bo the result in a few years , if
our works increase in like proportion
to our numbers ? Already the limits
of this territory are passed over , and
reaching far out into neighboring
territories we find paaceful habita
tions of Saints. True , our innova I
tions are not pleasing to those not of
us , but , as was predicted by men of
old , tha cry goes up , "Give us room
that we may dwell. " ' This move to
the South is to ba encouraged , and
we hope soon to be enabled io count
"Morman" settlements from the Gult
the south to British
BLACK ] HILLS NUGGETS.
Dead wood is to have another hose
Rocheford mines are said to be
Deadwood has organized a "Pleas
ant Hour" clnb.
The last Father De Smet clean up
at Central amounted to $61,540.
The Knights of Pythias new hall at
Lead City is nearing completion.
Deadwocd has now , for the first
time , a settled Methcdtst minister.
Fire-proof bricks are replacing the
wooden shanties in Deadwood and
Deadwood's streets are crowded
with bell trains and freighting la on
The Falrview mine at Central is
running a new Incline and level with
Strawberry Gulch Is improving.
The Ord Fine mine has developed a
monstrous body of ore.
The Bonanza mine at Ouster City
has been bonded and & force of men
are now developing it.
A single firm in Deadwood has paid
§ 20,000 for freighting goods into the
Hills during the past year ,
Reports from the southern hills are
encourazing , many prospects panning
out better than expected.
Ceniral'n firemen's ball was a great
euccefe * . The proceeds will re applied
to purchasing a new hose cart.
Spearfith has made Ita first shipment
of flour this season. It a gregated
5,000 pounds end was of fine quality.
A fierce mountain lions \ras killed
near Ripids City last week which
which measured eight feet four Inches.
The Clearmont mina at Galena is
producing $4.57 of gold a ton and a
forty stamp mill is in course of erec
There Is a great scarcity of water In
the upper gulch at Deadwood and the
Caledonia J mine has been compelled to
A rancher on the Redwater has
raised this season 1100 bushels of
magnificent oats and considerable
wheat and barley.
The Fort Mead tunnel and flume
are completed , and water will be run
ning in a few days to the mills. The
work cost 550,000.
The treasure coach went out of f
Deadwood on the 6th inst. , wlth.250-
000 in bullion , the largest aum ever
shipped from the hills.
The colored company of troops
stationed at For ! ; Meade , gave a ball
and suppar to their colored brethren
in Deadwood , on the 4th inet.
New explorations In the Alpha
mine which was thought to have pe
tered out have resulted in the discov
ery of new and unusually rich deapos-
Galena wants a practical smelter.
It costs $70 a ton to ship ore to the
Omaha redution works and hundreds
of tons of low grade are laying on the
dumps ' waiting for reduction.
Tha Northwestern transportation
company are furnishing the Home-
stake company with 72 cords of wood.
They have 100 men chopping In the
timber and 80 men aud 40 mules de
The amount of game brought into
the Dc.idwuor ) unrkec i * said to be
wonderful. Dor , antelope , ttc. , are
in fine Coudi'lon and Dad a ready rale.
The country beyond Bella Fouche is
and to be covered with lcer.
A piece of rock from the Atlantic
mine , taken out at a depth of sixty
feet , and weighing five pounds , which
is very rich in free gold , is exhibited
in Deadwood. It iaJitia-ally finark.-
1103 with the precious metal , The
rock is a hard , crystalized quartz.
In the HimeatnKo group of mines ,
the big mills are all built and paid for ,
and the money th"t ! iao hitherto been
paid out. mostly ft r labor , material
and machinrry , will now bo shipped
to the stockholders.
The great Union H 11 at Galena is
reported to be a winder in itself.
Parties having the reputation of being
miue sharps have placed on record
the saying that it h the largest body
of gold ore in the world , an assertion
your correspondent is at this time not
ready to deny. Shafts , tunnels and
open cuts have been sunk and run all
over tbe hill , hundreds of feat from
each other , all showing any amount of
good i aying ore.
THE CATTLE REGION.
YESTA , Johnson Co. , Neb.j Oct. 12.
To . the Editor of TUB BEE :
I have been taking THE BKE for a
long time , and would hardly know
how to get along without it , now.
Wo have a very fine county hero in
southern Nebraska. The summer has
been rather dry , but corn is good }
wheat is very fair , but considerably
hurt in the stack by wet weather since
harvest ; potatoes are not a first rate
crop ; hay is rather scarce
ilv Is getting pretting well settled
ilI and but little tame hay is grown
I have lived within three miles of
where I am now twenty-four years ;
have , as it were , grown up with the
country , and I never was sorry I came
here , but I now wish to get more in
to raising stock , and of course , would
like : to get where it is not quito as
thickly settled , and had baon thinking
cs going north. I would ask that
some resident would write up the
counties of Antelope , Holt , Knox ,
Cedar and Pierce ; Rive the face of the
country , how watered , if good chance
for taking homesteads , how timbered
and all particulars , and you publish
them for the benefit of the readers o"
THE OMAHA BEE.
Yours etc. ,
WM. H. STRONG.
An Irishman's Reasons.
Tha Denver Tribune of October 12th
publishes the following letter from the
Irish patriot , John Brennan , giving
his reasons for joining the republican
. Mr. Brannan
party. was formerly a
resident of Omaha and is well known
to many people of this section of
Stonx CITY , September 27 , ' 80.
E. H. Kirk , Egq
DEAR SIR In reply to your favor
of September 18th , I have to say ,
that , in addressing me as & "leader of
Irish public opinion in the United
States , " you "do me honor overmuch. "
never have desired to bo regarded
as a leader amen < Irishmen ; but to be
counted among those who are ready
do , to dare , and to make sacrifice
for Ireland has been my privilege and
In politics I have
in the years gone
acted with the democratic psrty. My
political opinions to-day do not con
form on all questions to the views of
cither of the great political parties.
In my humble opinion there is only
one question m" the canvass in which
Irishmen as Irishmen are interested.
refer to the conflict between the
American policy of protection to home
industry and the English policy of
For Congress , my vote and Influ
ence every time shall be in favor of
tha Republican candidate , provided
that as a man he is the proper person
for the place. _ I believe that , upon
the Domocrftflc patty Is the pro-Eng
lish and anti-Amurican party.
England's policy of free trade has
' liberally assisted in destroyins the
industries and the consequent pros
1 perity of my native island ; England's
agants and agencies are at work in
this country to-day seeking-
to ruin the great industries
of America and the Amer
ican laboring clr-sses. As an American
citizen and as an Irishman , I'am in
favor of a strong , healthy tariff and
stalwart tariff legislators , and as such
I am opposed to the election of demo
cratic congressmen. In the expressivs
language of Dean Swift , I would
"burn everything thit : comes from
England but her coal , " and , if my
voice and my feelings could reach the
sixteen hundred thousand voters of ray
race in the United States , there would
not ba a free-trade m&jority in the
congress of the United States. Very
respectfully yours ,
Urehlt when Due.
Lea venworlh Times.
The Democracy makes complaint
, hat the Kepublican press never gives
the Democracy credit for anything.
We disprove this by giving them
credit as follows :
They pre-Hcted that secession would
be peaceible. '
They predicted that the ttatea
would not respond to President Liu-
cola's call for militia.
They predicted that the militia
would not cross the Potomac and in
They predicted that money could
not be raissd to support ihe army.
They predicted that the people
would not take the greenback.
They predicted that the greenback
dollar would ba as worthless as rags.
They predicted that the grass would
grow in the streets of New York.
They predicted that England and
France would form an alliance with
the south to secure cotton.
They predicted that a "poverty-
i stricken people in the north would
I compel the government to terminate
the war. "
They predicted that Grant could
not capture Richmond.
They predicted that the war for the
Union would be a failure.
They predicted that the confeder
ates would never ba overthrown.
They predicted that the peop'e '
would never consent to emancipation.
They predicted that the people
would never ratify the amendments to
They predicted that the. free
negroes would become a race of pau
pers.The predicted that the people
would never permit black men at tbe
They predicted lhat the wa.- would
terminate in a vast standing army and
a military dictator.
They predicted that the child was
uuborn who would live to see gold or
silver restored to the currency of the
They predicted that the Interest on
the vast public debt could never bo
They predicted that specie pay
ments would not be resumed on the
first of January , 189.
They prediclod tint the resumption
of specie payments would bring uni
versal disaster and ruin upon the
business and industries of the country.
Wno Wants a Change ?
The Detroit Tribune , beifig In an
I iquiring mood , asks divers and sun
dry questions in regard to "a change
fur the cake of change" of a Damo-
Confed for a republican administra
tion. Says the paper :
If a change Is desirable there must
\tm . \t > for-tt. Tf thnra.la unl > -
reason , whit is it ? If change will im
prove the condition of anything or
anybodj * , whoso cindition will it im
prove , aud Tiow will it do it ? Thesa
are the things that thoughtful voters
will ask :
Will change help me ?
Will change help my neighbor ?
Will change increase the v.ages of
mechanics and laborers ?
Will chsngo secure a better price to
farmers and produrers ?
Will change make employment more
Will change Increase the profits of
merchants and manufacturers ?
Will change make the collection of
debts easier ?
Will change make it easier to borrow
Will change lower the rates of in
Will change promote the starting of
new factories , railroada and other en
Will change give us a better cur
Will change establish the National
credit on a sounder basis ?
Will change increase the flood of
gold now pouring into our lap fron
the old world ?
Will change give us officers who
will do better than handle all the
moneys of the government with oaly
tha loss of one-third of a cent on
Will change give us purer elec
Will change increase the patriotism
of public officials.
Will change encourage a National
sentiment and love of country among
the people ?
Will change enforce the amendments
monts to the Constitution more sure
Will change add stability to the
If change will do none of thesi
things , what good will it do ?
And if it can dp no possible good
why should we risk the hazard of i
The Last Ditch.
S n FranclsJo Chi-onJcIe.
It Is evident from the way in which
they are carrying on the campaign in
Indiana and Ohio that the democratic
leaders fully realize the situation and
the decisive character of the present
struggle. They know that the na
tional democracy now occupy a posi
tion as desperate aa that of the
confederacy just before Appnmattox.
A defeat now will prove as final as that
which preceded Lee's surrender , and
will be followed by a disorganization
of the psrty as complete as that which
overwhelmed the Confederacy when
Richmond fell. If they cannot win
now , with a union soldiea as their
standard-bearer and the solid south
rallying to his support , their last hope
will have failed and they
will have no heart , for another
straggle under the old party
origanization. One more republican
victory and the democracy will col
lapse as suddenly as the confederacy
collapsed after the final campaign of
1865. Down to the very close of that
campaign the confederate leaders
loudly declared that if beaten in the
field they "would die in the last
ditch. " Throughout the south the
universalcry was , "We will die , but
will never surrender ! " Yet six days
after the fall of Richmond Lee sur
rendered , and then nothing more was
heard of dying in the last ditch. On
the contrary , 'the entire confederacy , '
in tne language of General Woodford ,
"took mules and horses and went
home. " So will it inevitably be with
the democratic party if Garfield is
elected. Their legions will disband ,
never again to rally under the old
It is because the democratic nation
al committee fully understood thh
j that they i.- are now resorting to such
enta to carry Ohio
and Indiana by Barnaul's ' latest im *
proveraenta upon the worst Tammany
tactics ever employed to perpetuate
ring rule in the city of New York. It
is for this reason that the most astute
and experienced fraud-organizers _ of
the party have invaded Ohio with
brigades of .hired. ruSans recruited in
Philadelphia , 'Baltimore , Chicago and
Now York. It is for this reason that
five of the crafty manipulators who
went into Maine with a barrel just before -
fore the recant election have now been
transforr-jd to Ohio , and have estab
lished their he.idquaaters at Columbus ,
" " week of
to "superintend" the closing
the campaign. As this is the first
time that deliberate and systematic
fraud has been introduced into an
Ohio canvass , the local republican
managers have been taken entirely by
surprise. The fact that so comprehen
sive and novel kind of tactics , and
one involving so much trouble and ex
pense , should have been resorted to
illustrate the desperation no less than
the enterprise cf the democratic
organizers. They realize that the
struggle Is decisive and final. If de
feated in November they can never
rally their forces again. They are
in tha last ditch.
Chicago and St.
St. Lcuis Globs-Democrat ,
Corn from Kansas City and other
Missouri river points can bo taken to
the Athntio seaboard by rail for two
cents per cwt. less by way of St.
Louis than of Chicago. C < sh corn
bring ? the sstua prjco in both markets
now , but Chicago receives upwards of
500,000 hinhels daily , while St. Louis
receives less than 6,000 bushels daily.
On Tuesday the receipts of corn at
Chicago amounted to 720,13:2 : buahels ;
receints at Sf , LiuU on the s me day
2,538 bushels. Will some of our en
terprising grain dealera explain why
corn does not come to our market
more frfielj ? Is the grading wrong ,
or it no eflurt made to secure a fair
share of the moat valuable branch of
the grain tr cle ? St. Louia ia nearer
tha center of the great corn belt than
Chicago , and if things wera aa they
should be oar receipts would be at
least equal to those of Chicago ,
Ministers , physicians aud other
professional psopla use and indorse
Of a1 ! the bil Inbita that mortals will fo'low ;
Tiiere s ona In my mind tint toiti all of thorn
ho 1 ivr ,
Tliit a roan ran tot uitcr the commonest phrasep ,
With Ut aiming "Damn it , " "by Joo" or "liht
When racVed by rTcian e and CoVciy Pain ,
Take a bottle of Spring LlosiaJ''l 'torn swear
Neuralgia , Sciatica , tumoago
Bacfcacfio\Soreness of the Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Swell
ings anil Sprains , Burns and
Scalds , Generaf Bodily
Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Feet and Ears , and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals &T JACOBS OIL
M a safe , sure , simple and rlteap External
IlcmeJy. A trial entails but tbe comparatively
trilling outlay of ijO Cents , and every one suffer-
Inc with rain can have cheap and positive proof
of its claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
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Hospital Medical College.
College EuildlnET , Second Streetbetween Francis
Ho ] > Ital , Antoine Street , between Main and
Fourth Rezttlar Conrsa of Lectures in
THE Cilhgerill b gin o
MONDAY , OCTOBER 4th , 18Sl > ,
and continue five month' . Tha faculty are h p-
py to inform the nvmy fri ° nds ef the school of
its continutd success , both in the number of
students and its facilities for inf.truc.tton. The
school is well supplied with an abnndince of
AnMom ciliHlcr.al and tha Cliiicscf the Hos
pital afford ' ample npportanlty for practical in-
B'ruction'm Minliclneand Surgery. I s Diploma
ij rcw-oniz.d hv all medical associations iu the
country , and its students admitted to the pri-
\ilozcsof nil rc'piuib'o ' medicil collejes. Asa
member of the Am-jrican Medical Collfjje As-
( oc atio it wil ! 1m the aim of the ftculty to as
sist in elevalinir the standard of medical cdtiua-
tion , bclieunf tlut through thU medium alone
can the profcs inn b ? freed from fraudulent dip-
'irna i ues mid from the entrance into its ranks
of unrrai ificd era"into .
Ite foes for the tntiro course , including
matriculation nd demonstrator' ticket , 8d5.tO ; '
anatonvcal m tcri.il frte.
Fcea for three years graded course , $45.01) ) .
For further informationaddresj the Secretary of , ,
the riculty , J. M. D , NUANCE , M. D. ,
4SO Francis Street.
READ , THINK AND BELIEVE !
Read What Ned funtiine Sayj About it :
hAGfES'NF.ST , ! , EAR STAMFORD , N. Y. , )
Kebrtury 10th. 1SS ) . f
Mr C. B. Thrmpson. Brldroater , Conn. :
i V DEAR em The Pocket St\lo < I ordered
Imearnied. I have tcatul them and flul them
perfectly accurate , from the ounce up to the fu 1
weuht Slbj. Ihcy are eo small and stowable ,
> to speak , e > ery fUhcrman will carry one in
his VCFI 1 1 , cket , to test his "big catches. " Eiery
careful hr.u cwife , who lihca to know she na
full weight in small purchase , mil nee'd one.
n short , jour "UTILK GIANT , " like Datid
amons the Philistines , in destined to be a wonderfully -
derfully .ct've an.l tscfnl article , doimr way
with the need of. cumxrsome "OLD FOOT" arti
cle 1 Yours Truly , E. Z. C. JODiON , aliat NtD
The above letter speaks for Itself , as NED
EUMXiSEijone of tbe best sportsmen In this
country , and is we 1 Innrni throughout theworld
as a literary ntcr of cicat abl'ity , and the
aoo\e letter should com ince any one as to the
merits of the "LITTLE GUM I'OCKET tc LES. "
they are tht neater invention of the asje , Wti h
from ounce to ci-ht pcund' , and warranted ac
curate ; tacb fca'e is clifjintly plated with nickel
silvtrandvil las a i'e-timei > im r'inarycare.
tVKRT ONB MIOVM ) HAVE ONC.
Just tbe ttm ; f ir iporismen , Hunter" , Fisbf r-
men and also for family ujj , as they ar c s' M
cjrriedn the vest rocket.
Every family should sorely have one , as thty
are very hardy about the houjo. In we'gtintc
iwerres , etc , they are indl oer.sable. Anv
chili csn ei h with these Scales , and they can
nottet out cf orjer , as tbev are mad' rn a new
princp'e. The price fa fnlv Fifty Cent * each ,
and is withia the reich of a I.
AOE.VTS AM ) THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT REDUCED
_ _ RATES.
C.B.THOUP OV. Inventor and See ! Mann
factnrer , Bndtwater , Conn. Eep29wt
Any one who lores good , choice reading cm hav
a copy of the
FREE , FKEE
containing Z'l hrre pv , mailed L.Z- ,
seeding their nami and fall address to
STREET & SMITH ,
KEW.TORK WEEKLY , 31 Ro St. , Sir Tort
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to , " bnt in
affections of the Liver , and in all Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
stand without a rival.
No better cathartic can bo used pre
paratory to , or flfter taking quinine. As
a simple purgative , they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal tm the lid ,
with the impression.McL AXE'S ' LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signfl- <
tures of 0. MCLAKE and FLEMIKG BROS.
% 35 Insist upon having the genuine
Da. C. McLANE'S L1VE11 PILLS , pre
FLEMING BROS. , Pittsburgh , Pa. ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name McLa lie , spoiled differently ,
but same pronunciation. _ _ _
And the usual rnrgatlrej , is pleasant to take ,
And will prove at once th * mo t potent and harmless
Sjstoni Ilciiorator and Cleanser that has yet
been brought to public notice. Kor Coimllpn-
tlfrn , UIlloiisneiM. Hrnilnclie , Pile * , na all
cbitructtd ttate tht fyrfezi
nrmn < 7 /ra/n an of
it 13 incomparably thu bttt ewatire extant. Avoid im
ttatfotiii ; insist nn eltfu < ; the article called for.
TROPIC-FKU1T liAXATIVE is pat np In
bronzwd tin boxui ouly. Price 60 cents. Aik joar
druggist for DescnptivoTftinrililf t , or addrrsn tha pro
prietor , J. ± . HETHERIXaTOU ,
New York or ban FrauciffCO-
BEFORE PuacmsNa ANY FORM OF SO-CALLED
ciicu. Cat. , for tlie'r JV t'amphlet mitl "rne Eiec-
Iri < JRenew , " and jou will save fimfJ Wian < JwOTey.
Tlie . P.O. Co. are tha only dealers in Genuine Electric
11 ce , on tja jiiamem Continent.
A Speedy and Effectual Cnro.
PERRY DAVIS' PAM-KLLLER
Has stood tbe teat of KORTT IBIKS' trial.
Dirtctiowi with each dottle.
OLD BY ALL Dtt U O Q I 8 T 3.
. . , - MTCn Local Agentsevcrj-whero tosel
Wfll ' tU Tea , Coffee , Biking Powder.
* ' ctB etc b le , tp mllljg ,
' . Mo.
- . O.
MERCHAHT TAILJ Q
Capitol Ave , , Opp. Maaonlo Hall ,
OMAHA , . NEB ,
Oid Fellows' Block.
Prompt attention riven to or lers by telecraph.
HARTIGAN fc DODGE ,
Sheet Iron Workers
Cor. 12th and Cas3 streets.
- PIcaac Oi-ro Us o. Call * -
General Insurance Agent ,
PUffiNIX ASSURANCE CO. , of Lou-
don , Cash Axvtt 5.107,127
vEhlCHbSTKK. X. V. , Cipitil 1,000,00.1
THE MKKCllAlsm , of New irk. N. J. , 1,000,001
ailtAUl' FJKn.PhiladcJpliia.Capital. . 1,000.000
FIHKMUN'S FUND , California 800,000
UIUTISU AMEU1CA ASSORANCECo l.iOO.OCO
NKtt A IK FIRB INS. CO. , Assets. . . . SflO.CCO
AMIRICAF : CENTHAL , Asseu 300,000
Southeast Cor. of Fifteenth & Douclas St. .
mchS-dlv OMAHA. N B.
THE ONLY PUCE W EE YOU
can find a good assortment of
BOOTS AHB SHOES
At a LOWER V1QURB than at
any other aboe house In tha city.
P , LANG'S ,
238 WflHHAM 8T.
LADIES' & GENTS |
SHOES MADE TO ORDER
1 0 a perfect Ct guarkutecd. Priced vrr reason
O. JT. WZLIDIE. ,
1317 CABS > T. , OMAIIA , NEB.
3TA good assortment al Trays on h.iucl.TFJ
CHARLES RIEWE ,
Mctallc Cases , Coffins , Caskets Shrouds , etc.
Farnham Street , Bet. 10th and llfh , OmanNeb -
elegnphle rdera Promptly Attended To.
VINEGAR WORKS !
ERNST KKEBS , Manager.
Manufacturer of all kindg of
V I 3ST E C3K .
Jones St , Eet. Oth and 10th , OMAHA , A'EB.
T. S. HITCHCOCK , M. D. S. ,
From New York has located in Omiha , and
guarantees to do flret clas * work.
Dentil Room" , over A. Craickshink & Co.'i , Cor.
15th and DoujUa.BepO-Zm
E. A. FOWLIK. JAH w K. SCOTT
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
Desiins for buildings of iny description on
eilhibltlon at onr office. We hive had over SO
years experience In designing and goperlntond *
ing public building and residences. FUna and
estimates famished on ebcrt notice.
ROOM 8. U > f ) H BLOCK. m20 ra
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO.'S 11
Weekly Line of Steamships
ew York , Every Thursday at 2 p. m.
England , France and Germany.
For Passage apply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
General Pasatcsei Agents ,
JnneSMj01 Broadway , New Torfe
RUTHERFOED , ( lata Third Audlto
ALLEN . Treasury ) . Attorney and Counsel
* at Law , 8 Grant Place , Washington , D.
' Havinjr been Third Auditor oi tha United-Stat
Trennry for six years , " ! ani thoroughly final
with the course of business befora tha Cover
ment Departments. Spedal attention given
the settlement of accounts of all GoTemmen
Officers , Postmaster * , Marshal * , MaO Contracto
and others. Will practice before the t upreni
Court of the U. S .Court of Clahas , Patent O1H
General Land O2k , kc. , Ix. Rtten to Hon
Baal F. Phillips , Solicitor General U. S. ; Boa
Ju _ GilfiUas , Treasurer of tha U. S. ; Hon. J. U ,
McGrew , Sixth Auditor C. S , Treasury
BAH KINO HOUSES.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
BANKING E HOU
Bualceaa transacted same as that o an Incor
Accounts kept In Currency or gold subject to
Blni ? chMk Without nollco.
C rtlflcat s cf uvjwslt Issued parable Jn thre ,
six and twelve months-letting Interest , or on
demand without Interest.
Advances made to customers on approved e-
cnrities at market ratra of interest
Bay and sell told , bills of exchange CWTMn >
meut , State , County and City Bonds.
Draw Sifiht Drafts on England , Ireland , Scot
land , and all parts of Kuropc.
Sell European Passage Tickets.
fiOLLEGTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
U , S. DEPOSITOKY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cor. 13th ana Farnimm Streets ,
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
IN OMAHA. .
( SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROS. , )
UT1BU8HEO Cf 1B58.
Organized aa a National Bank , August SO , 1863.
apital and Profits OverS300,000
Specially authorized by the Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to tha
U.S. 4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFIOEBS AND DIKKCTOK3
HwiUN KOUKTZB , President.
AcocsTCg Kouxrza , Vice President.
II. W.YiTM. Cashier.
A. J. PopptBTON , Attorney.
Jon * A. CR IGUTOS.
F H. DAV13 , ABS't Caahler.
Toll bank receives deposit with out regard to
Issues time certificates bearing Interest.
Draws drafts on Sun Jiandsco and principal
cities ol the United States , also London. Dublin ,
. Edinburgh and the principal cltlee of the conti
' nent of Europe.
Bella rnsaigo tickets for Emigrants In the In.
man n * . mayldtf
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Geo. P. Bemis'
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
16th < fc Douglas Sts.t Omaha , Neb.
This agency does STRICTLY a brokerage busi
ness. Does not speculate , and therefore any bar
gains on Itg books aie insured to Ita pitrons , In
stead of baine t-oMjltd up by the agent
BOGG3 & HILL.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ffo 1J08 Farnham Street
Grand Ccntral n0tsi.
" " " " "
Office Jtelh u.
Nebraska LaTd W
DAVIS & SNYfci.R
1605 Farnham St. Omaha , If tin.
< 00,000 ACRES carefully selected laud In Eastern
Nebraska for sale.
Great Bargains la improved farms , ondOmaha
0. F. DAVIS. WEBSTER SITTDER ,
Late land ComVU. P. R. K 4p-Ieb7tf
BTROX RBSD. 13WI8 RBSD.
Byron Rccd & Co , ,
( if iltU to all Real
Estate In Omahn and Douglas County jnyltl
Cor. Randolph St. & 5th Ave. ,
| y iv * iSisS
PRICES REDUCED TO
$2.00 4NDS2.50 PER DAY
Tnrafrrf in t > > * business centre , convenient
to pUc To amuW 1ElB antly furnished ,
wntalnin * all modem 1" > Pr1vIcvm , < intt > f lT'
o.UMJIINUS , Proprietor.
elevator , &o. J. II.
Council Bluffs , Iowa ;
On line o Street Railway , OmnibtH to tnd from
all trams. KATES Parlor floor J3.00 per day ;
second floor , 52.50 per day ) third floor , 3i.OO.
The best furnished and moat cotn-nodioua honse
Inthecitr. OEO.T. PCEprS Prop.
OMAHA , NEB.
IRA WILSON PROPRIETOR.
The Metropolitan li centrally located , and
first cla g in every respect , having recently been
entirely renovated. The public wi.l Bnd It a
comfortable and homelike house. mirMf. t
Sclmylcr , Xcb.
Flist-clare House , Good Meals , Good Beds
Airy Booms , and kind and accommodating
treatment. Tvrt good sample rooms. Spccu
attention paid to commercial travelers.
S. MTT.LEE . , Prop. ,
15- " Sohnyler. Neb.
FRONTIER HOTEL ,
Laramie , Wyoming.
The miner's resort , good accommodation } ,
arge sample room , charxes reasonable. Special
attention given to traveling men.
11-tf II C HILLURD Proprietor.
INTER-OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
First-cltu , Fine large Simple Booms , one
block from depot. Trains stop from 20 minutes
to 2 houra for dinner. Free Bui to and from
Depot. Kates J2.00.42.60 and IJ.OO , according
to room ; a'ngle meal 75 cents.
A. D. BALCOJI , Proprietor.
ANDREW BORHE.V. Cnlcf Cltrk. mlO-t
PASSENGER COMMPDATIOH LINE
OMAHA AND FORTOMAHA
Connects With Street Cars
Corner of SAUNDERS and HAMILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red Line as follows :
LEAVE OlfAHA :
630 , 8:17andll:19a : m ,3C3.6:37and7:23p.m. : : :
LEAVE FORT OMAHA :
7:15 a m. . 9 : 5 a. m . and 12:15 pm. .
4:00 : , 6:15 : and 8:15 p. m
The 8:17 : a. m run , leaving o" = ab , and the
4:00 : p. m. run , leaving Fort Omaha , are usually
lo dedtofull capacity with rerulir paawngers.
The 6:17 a. m. run tdll be made from the post-
office , corner of Dodje and llth tnrehti
Tickets can be procured from ttreet cardnr-
ers , or from drivers of hack * .
FARE , 25CENId , INCLUDING STBE CAR
E-CTLEMEV Whhin ? to have Su'ts. ' rant * ,
VT tc. , niad * to measure , would do well by
THE HERCHAX TAILOB ,
i , fit and workmanship iizaar otte
We call the attention ! Buyers to Our Extensive Stock of
AND BENTS' FURNiSHIHS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We carry the Largest t
BEST SELECTED ST0BS OF GOOD
Which We are Selling at
* , f I
OUR MERCHANT TAILOR KQ
Is in charge of Mr. THOMAS TALLON , whose well-establish&
reputation has heen fairly earned.
We also Keep an Immense Stock of
I I I I HATS , GAPS , TRUHKS AND VALISES
REMEMBER WE ARE THE ONE PRICE STORE' !
M. HELLMAN & CO. , -
1801 & 1303 Rirnliani Street.
Carpetings I Carpatings 1
. Old Reliable < 5 rpet House ,
1405 DOUGLAS STSEET , BET. 14TH AUD 15TE
Carpets , Oil-Oloths ,
Matting , Window-S hades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc ,
MY ST05K SS THE LARGEST IN E WEST ,
I Slake a Specialty of
WIHOOW-SHABES AND LAGE GURTAIN3
And have a Pull Line of
Mats , Rugs , Stair Rods , Carpet-
Lining Stair Pads , Crumb
Clothes , Cornices ,
Cornice Poles , S.ssiitbreqnins , Cords and Tassels.
In fact Everything kept in a First-Glass Carpet House.
Orders from abroad solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Call , -Address
John B. Detwiler ,
Did Reliable Carpet House , OMAHA.
E AND SINGLE ACTING
AND ( AND PUMPS
TrimmirjgHfMining _ aoliinery ,
HALLADAYA. . L. STRAN&/205 Fn. : , Neb
V. BLATZ'S MILWAUKEE B ER
In Kegs and Bottles ,
Special Figure to the Trade. Families Supplied ftt Reasonable
. Offlca. 239 Donglan Street. Omabft
SHEELY BROS. PACKING CO. ,
PORK AND BEEF PACKERS \
Wholesale and Retail in
f RESII 3IEATS& PlloVlSIOXS , A3IE , POULTRY , FISH , E1C , \
CITY AND COUNTY ORDERS SOLICITED.
OFFICE CITY MARKET 1415 Douglas St. Packing House ;
Opposite Omaha Stock Yards , U. P. R. R.
ISH cMAHON ,
Successors to Jaa. EI. Isb ,
DRUGGISTS AND PERFUMERS.
Dealers in Fine Imported
Extracts , Toilet Waters , Colognes , Soaps , Toilet Powders . , &c.
A full Iie of Surzical Instruments , Pocket . Cu , Trnssw nd Snpporten. _ AbioIiitely . ? nro
I > rnj3 aad Cbealcali med In Ufapennn j. rtescrlptloBS BUad at any hour of tha n it.
Jas. . Jsh. LawrenccMcMahon.
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