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    THE PA1LY EEE
E. BOSEWATER : EDITOB
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
FOB
TAMES.A.
TAMES.A.o
o ! Ohio.
TOE VlCE-Pl.EHir > n T ,
CHESTER A. AllTHTJR ,
of New York.
PhtSlliEriTlAL.LECTORS. .
GEORGE 3V. COLLDCS ,
of Pawnee County.
JAMES LAIRD.jg ,
of.
JOHN M
ofl > ? alas County.
REPUBLIC' K STftTE TICKET.
Tor Mcrcl.tr of Congress ,
FJDWAT.l ) k. VALENTINE.
For member of Congress ( Contingent ) ,
THOMAS J. ' MAJORS.
. . * . *
V 01 Governor , *
ror T.ieutcnant-Govcrnor ,
E .a CAKNS.
For Secretary of State ,
S. J. ALEXAOTER.
Tor Auditor ; ' ' -
JOHN WALLICHS.
Per Treasurer ,
G. JL EARTLETT.
For Attorney-General ,
C. J. DILTAVOHTH.
il"ijr Conunif ioccr of Public .Lands and
3mlding" ,
A. G. KENDALL.1
Tor Superintendent of Public Instruct on ,
W. W. JONES.
DISTRICT TICKET.
I'or Attorney Third Judicial District
N. J" . BURNHAJL
OVER ten thousand democratic
workmen inNew 'York city have an-
nounccd eir Intcnlicn- vote the
republican ticket They are working
on full time and fair wages , and.don't
want a change.
THE sanctimonious Libagh didn't
dare to venture on the troubled politi
cal eca , to he bifiLbiiman frlday. Tut
Mullen , put on Thurston's "U. P.
ticket Pat would , cut a. magnificent
figure injthejegislature , wouldn't ho ?
WITH U. P. capper Coutmt at the
head , U. P. Boss Jackson a the tailt
aad Pat Mullen , U. P. Btoro-keej ors
clerk , sandwiched in- the middle , tbe
legislative ticket patupjjy Thureton ,
Ivimball & Co.-'i , a'nifaa morsel for
D ouglaa county republicans toe wallow :
TUK Siiperb'n latest letter on the
tariff , in which ho , declares himself
for protection , after having previously
endorsed _ the democratic platform ,
is characterized by the Now York Post
as weak and imbecile. Jancock must
have loft his cor pt cff when ho wrote
it. It shows -hck of backbone.
GnrjljLD struck the key
note of the colored question when ho
told th Cleveland colored men that
nil that liberty and do for them is
to give them a fair and equal cha'nce
within the limits of the' constitution ,
nnd that they must Jut it be under
stood hat they are willirg ana ready
to work'Viut their own material salva
tion bj' energy , -worth and labor.
THE Canadian. Pacific syndicate
promise that work nn the 01 tension of
the road wall be immediately brgnnl
and trains over 7.00 miles of the road
will bo running by the end ot the
year. The m&nngemcnt claim that
the road will bo less blocked by mow
than- either the Northern Pacific cr
XJnion Pacific , owing to the. low alti-
tu lo at which it crosses the moun
tains , and that their expectations of
gitningtlio hulk of the western car
rying trade are based on the fact that
their western terminus will be 1,000
cleco.
THE oulrageous and impudent swin
die prjvcticcd upon our people by Iho
"Union Pacific road- -publishing a
Bchedulo-of so-called reduced bridge
. * , ai.- . ,
rates bccpmes evorjr day more appar
ent. Leading merchants of ouTclty ,
aomo of whom are the heavieet ship-
pjrs fjcO.nj.the cast , declare that under
tha 'nbKScbodnie their freight bills for
the jtatno amount of goods ere heavier
anymore crorbitani than e er. T.he
ching5frojn. " 10 A.car load to five
weight ia abaolufely
-it is an impudent and
'part of the ,
Union Pacific manager io pretend that
i
nny reduction has heeii ma'de Tthtch
aOots the mars of merchants or purchasers -
chasers in our , city.
WUAT do the colt red republican ! of
Onrnha thinkoi .Tburston Yost nnd
compicny novf * "Theaq arrant hvpo-
crttes Kave'all along professed * extra
ordinary friendehip. for the colored
n in. They encouraged republicans
l.i the effort , to secure rcrresentation
in tha next legislature , and were pro
fit e with their promises to nominate
Mr1. 'Overall. When the , convention
met they let Mr. Overall down
wi , K Vjcomplimentary > Tote of
eprenteen1 of ( he , afcFen\y.-livo.
votei in the conrcitlior > t''Thur8jon
r ndflho1 * Union j-P cific ring secured
( jcmtrGL'euVtKii imachldcry ofthe je-
pabTidan'ipSrry in Douglas county > y
tha SidxiKcolored men , and aftef"thoy
pull the Union Pacific chestnut out of
the fire they -are- insulted with a be.-
g rly compliment of seventeen vote- .
Con'Tftsfth&t'couMe-with the candid
- * " ' "X Tp *
* trt * TB8Bly - conduct , rO. ? . Tnr.
BET. - . * ' Jb k "Ipaper * frankly
t-ild' tne. colorpd ppopls that 'ther
peremptory "demand for representation
in the legislature- prcm tare. "V\c
wirned the colored imrainst the
ialse friendlvfh6-wi * > i 3 'ng them
f 'ir _ their own I ud . Xow , that
arb , un-
_ _ - voters
, , - x -
of Oaai | r l havi Klf-rcipecf enough
to resent the * insult1ami refufe tel
l > o led Tfy' he note like cattle.
netrlhbm vote the TcpnbliMn na
tional ticket , bullet them assert their
ia aho53"by tsoting-dowir every U. P.
If they do not they may forever here
after hold their peace and continue to
b the slaves of a coriupt ring and a
.
nuMess monopoly.
THE BAH.BOAD TICSEKg
'
The railroad convention with'a re
pabiican label has done its -work , putting -
ting a legislative licket ia , * feli
which republicans of * DbuglsB bunty
are expected to support anielcct on
the second of November.
The ticket from he d to tail with
perhaps a eolitary exception Is made
up of men irho are absolutely undo
the control of the Union Pacific mon
opoly , either as employes or depend
ants. " * - " - - . -
ants.Sir.
' -Sir. fJ. K. Ooutaat , who heads the
licUet , wasa , member of the last ten-
ate , ami in that ? body he voted for
-cverycorrnptjcband ; every appropri
ation to fleece and rob the taxpayers ,
and against every meaenro limiting or
curtailing the power of corporate mo
nopolies. That a man with such a
record should be presented for
re-elcceion -simply on insult
to the intelligence of thin
community and an impeachment cf
the honesty of the Republican party in
its pledge to redress abuses and stop
extortion of monopolies in the coming
legislature. Mr. S. R. Locke , the
second nominee-for the senate is a
gentleman socially and a staunch re
publican politically. If Mr. Locke
was not a tenant of the Union Pacific
and was not the head of the Omaha
Water Works company , in whoso in
terest he dcstrea to legislate , he might
liavo made an able and useful leg-
iaiator. .As it is , he could only go to
Lincoln a aft attache of the U. P. and
a eut of the Water Works company.
For Ihe lower home the railroad
convention paid the highest honor to
Joe FoxTind Gates Barber , who each
received 57 out of the 75 vpf es Mr.
Fox is pretty generally known in this
county , and we pass over his chronic
failings in charitable silence.x Gates
Barber would make a good deal batter
horse jockey than a legislator. His
recent performances oe moinbor ollhe
republican county committee show
"Irim to boutterly unreli
able and beyond any reasonable
doubt an ally of the JJnion Pacific
striken. Next in honorable promifi-1'
oncy is J. H. Kyner , who , we are cor
rectly informed has never as much as
paid a poll Ux in this county. Mr.
Kvnerisone ofJaul Vandervoort's
* * i
favoritcsr whoso , only claim to the
suffrage of this people Is his"serv5ce in
the army. His training with the Ut P.
gang , and hia endpraomoHt bythem
is proof of itiahoidjthey Have-on him.
Mr. Kyner is life insurance egantbut
he wasfois'ed on-the tjcKttas a repre
sentative of the homey fisted former.
Next ia order comes Henry Bella , a
grocer , who depends on U. P.
pa'ronaga for a livelyhcod. Mr Bolln
is put on ns a representative German.
Ho is a man of f ic repute , but will
hardly draw the German trapport , in
asmuch as the Germans are decidetly
opposed to men who take John 31.
Thurstoa as iheir po iticsl guide.
Patrick Mullen was placed on the
ticket as A representative Irish repub-
lican. Pat is clerk In the U. P.
atorchoute , and is about as fit to make
laws as a hog ia to dance on a tight *
.
f J O.
O.E. M. Bartlctt is a young attorney
of the firm of Bartlett & O'Brien.
Ho is a young man of fair promise ,
and if he kept out of bad company ,
and did not train with the log-rollers
and capperi ot the U. P. , might make
a good legislator.
Having packed the ticket with tools ,
tenant * , dependants and straw men ,
Thureton , Kitnball & Co. thre < r a sop
to the mercantile element by nomina
ting Mr. W. J. Broatch. Ttfr. Broatch
is absent from the city , and wo doubt
whether he will accept the nomina
tion. If ho declines , the ring will ,
at the eleventh hour on the day before
the election , find room for some states
man like Frank Hanlon or Frank
Walters. That will season the dish
for respectable republicans and make
the crow more palatable
HENRY SXYDEU has been nominat
ed for the legislature in Cheyenne
comity by the republicans No re
publican in that county could poll
more rotes than Henry Snyder will
and no man would better defierve
them. [ Republican.
* Henry Snyddr is the agent of the
himself to Ihe "basest uses as a politi
cal tool to the corporation controlled
by Jay Gould. He packs republican
primaries with > U. P. employes , ma-
nipulatcs county conventions and niie-
represents the republicans of Chej-
enna county in the" state convention
by acting as the moat iiblecl capper
and sloul-pigoon of Iho U. P. bosses.
This is just the kind of cattle the
Omaha Jc | > tfWtcanTeccnimends to the
paople as fit men to make laws for
this elate.
G MBETTA seems to holi the destiny
of France in his hands , and his con
trol i heartily sustained by the French
people. It is announced thatjn any
fu ute complications caused by the
Eastern questionFrance will insist'on
takinr a hand and making herself felt.
THE troubles in Ireland continue ,
and now agrarian disorders are re
ported. The g6vernment"it is re
ported , will , immediately tale meas
ures to pioaecuto disturbers , , of the
peace. They should commence on a
few landlords of the Mountmorres
type. .
the Indian protege
of that > enitjoot philanthroplgt , Rev.
T. H. Tibbies , has written some recol
lections of _ her childhood for an1 east
ern magawne , IrtitldlB"Iad ! to be ,
"What I Know of Dog Soup. "
Sr. JULIEJJ has retired from the
raoa.tra.ct for tile season. St. Julien
is just two weeks- ahead f General
"Hancoifc
TJJE 4baloon "failure yesternay in
-England was cjused by too milch"gas. .
This was the reason of tha demo'cratic
failure iu Ohio nd Indiana last
* t
The Michigan car works at Detroit
Junction turn out about hve hundred
caw a month , and the business for the
year will , it is believed , aegreeate
$5,000,000.
' - . - * " . . - . "AATPTR P.
i j-- ; ! f. - r.r-t. . .
The outrageous-extortions of the
"Union Pacific are Hot confined to
Jmaha or Nebraska. The game of
ligfiwayjpobbsry which it is the pol-
uy'of this "giant monopoly to play
whenever opportunity Is afforded , has
now begun further west and Salt
ike City iB'this , time the victim. The
Jnion Pacific company has a virtual
nonopoly of the coal trade in Salt
iake , its only competitor being
the mines of Pleasant Valley , which
save no means of entrance to Salt
Lake except bv way of theTJnTon Pa-
cificro-d. Last week the Union Pa
cific company left the whole city
shivering in the midst of
severe snow storm with
out coal , which it could not or
would not anpply and which it refused
to permit others to furnish. The
enormous tariff placed on the trans-
porlation of Pleasant valley coal ef-
rectually shuts it oil from tke Ss.1t
Lake market , while by the came pro
cess of freight discrimination it keeps
coal from the Weber veins from com
ing inlo the city. This outrageous
discrimination has aroused a storm of
indignation throughout the territory.
The Salt Like SeraJd says that "in
conaequen-o ot the policy of the giant
monopoly Salt Lakers must regulate
the tpmperalure of their homes to the
likirg of the U. P. and go without
fares until the U. P. is in a mood to
let them strike a match. It is truly a
sad condition of affaire , and one not
conducive to kindly fceliags for the
great corporation which every day fur
nishes stronger proof that it is soulless *
and cruel. "
Not contented with monopolizing
the cosl trade of Utah the latest move
of the Union Pacific has been an un
successful attempt to crowd out all
railroad competition and hold the re-
ronrces of the territory in its pitiless
hand. During the course of the sum
mer the Utah Eastern , a little com
pany , has been struggling to construct
a narrow gauge railway from Coalville
to Park City , a distance of twenty-
three miles , and having completed its
grids purchaeed rails in San Francisco
and had them transported to Ogden.
Tbe Union Pacific
had promised a
rate cf § 35 per cir from O den to
Coslville which , as the distance is
only forty miles , was an out-
rsta Imagine the
surprise of the new road
when on receipt of its rails at Ogden
is received a notice that the great mo
nopoly had decided to raise its rates
to § 85 per car. The wl > ole territory ,
Mormon and Gentile , is aroused over
this oulragejaus attempt at highway
robboiy. The Salt Lake Herald , in a
vigorous editorial , says :
The Union Pacific is running n epur
to Park City , and is doing what it can
topioient the competition that the lit
tle narrow gauge would afford. It for
innately so J appctis that some of the
weiltlitat HUMPH companies of ihe
Park are thin ly interested in thc-
Eistern , siud will be ita p.Vrins , whatever
over reduction In frc gits the U. P.
may make ; nnd the residents
Generally are so indignant over the
Loartless conduct of the Union Pacific
thaj ; they sfsert that where it is pea
MDlp , the "Utah Extern mil rccrive
their pitronnge. There was no occa-
eion for mo're than u.io railroad int
Park City , but it is apparent now that
there must aud will b ? two. Neither
should there have lieeu occasion for
two lines between 8 It Laku and the
coal beds ; but eviy day furnishes
convincing proof th t two lire neces
sary. The sooner the second is in
operation Ihe bettor for thu 35 000
people in Salt Lake , D vis and Toot I *
counties , who are ht t o mercy of a
corporation th < tt his often shown it
docs not know tbe moaning of the
word.
Tne Deseret Evening JVctw remarks
it was expected no doubt , that the
Utah Eastern people would kick at
this oulrageons extortion and thus
the completion of their road weald be
delayed. But they have concluded to
pay the exorbitant price under pro
test and go ahead. Good. Bush on
iho road and lot every man who has
public spine and a little spare caih
take some stock in the new road , and
help the men who are endeavoring to
save Salt Lake from ihe grasp of a
soulless monopoly.
Will the people of Nebraska wait
until their Industrie * are prostrated ,
their trade driven from the state , their
farmers impoverished by the railroad
Vampire , before they rise in their
might and insist upon regulations and
restrictions which other states have
longBgo found necessary ! Will they
nbt insist upon the passage of such laws
as will prevent the discrimination and
-estrrtion which are now practiced up
on the producers of the west by the
greatest monopoly of the age ?
BEGCJAKS MOVING BAST.
BIOOMINGTON , Neb. . October 19.
To tbe Editor ot TOE EEK :
I have just been reading an article
In your excellent prpor headed
"Beggars Moving Ease. " I think
tbe writer is a little harsh in his judg
ment and language in regard to the
poor but honest farmer'that find it a
necessity to go east , wjiere they can
find'work for themselves and families
during the winter , and as a result
plenty of bread and butter , to stay
their stomachs while performing their
labor , which we must all acknowledge
is very essential and very hard to ob
tain , especially so with those who
failed in raising crops of ell kinds as
many have done. They hajo nothing ;
to sell or buy with after -working so
hard all the past year. I will let
the readers'of this decide from their
own experiences , in whatever basinets
they may be , whether such things aie
discouraging or not , and all that have
gone east , under my personal observa-
li > n , expect to return in .the spring era
a year from next spring , and bring
friends along to help rettle up and
make homes in our beautiful valley.
A'nd I trust that a largo number of the
live thousand tourists that , are expect-
td through the month of November
will " find their-way to Franklin county
and "Bloomington. While it is true
crops hnve not been a success this
year it was no fault of the soil , as it
could not yield fruits without rain in
due season. We have no- right to
question the Higher Power.buttrust in
i is willingness to give us a beautiful
h rvojt , ' ' " nouRh and to * pire , "
another year. Business is very dull
here , just now , and our citizens are
feeling blue over the withdrawal of
passenger trains from this end of " { he
load. But we expect the Central
branch through to this point before
spring. J. JL 0.
RAILROAD NOTES. ,
The Indiana sarworka at Cambridge
City are building 100 cpal care , 30,01)0 )
pounds capacity , for .the Hocking "Vat ;
ey road. f
The management 'of the TolecZo ,
Dulphos and Burlington have deter
mined i not to run trains over their
now-laid ' iron until thoroughly ballast
ed.
The CFtah and Northern branch of
ihe Union Pacific railroad 13 now com
pleted to Dillon , Montana , 350 mllea
north of Ogden. Regular trsina w th
sleeping cars attached are running b -
tween the two points
In order to prevent the dfsagreesblo
noise of steam whistles , whic't deafens
travellers in the Paris railway sta-
tiods on the arrival and departure of
trains , a new system of electric sig
nals is now under trial at the North
ern railway terminus. It consists of a
large board , erected in the hall , indi
cating the situation of trains on each
line.
line.A
A special meeting of the Missouri ,
Kansas and Texas railway company
3 been called for Wednesday , No
vember 17 , at Parsons , Kansas , to
take action in regard to a proposed in *
crease of the capital stock of the com
pany to the extent of 525,000,000 in
addition to its present capital , for the
purpose of securing an extension ot
the rtad to the Rio Grande river and
the City of Mexico , and to Fort
Smith , Ark.
A new railroad to the heart of the
Catskills is under survey. The route
is from Phoenicia , Ulster county , to
Hunter , Greene county , with a branch
to Tanncrsvillo , Haiues * F.ills , the
Laurel House , the Sunset _ Rock
House , a large hotel now building ,
and to a point about onojnilo from
the Catskill Mountain House. The
road is to be in operation by Juno J ,
1881 , and will be under the manage
ment of the Ulster nnd Delaware rail
road Company.
The car recently sent east by the
Northern Pacific Railroad company ,
fre ghted with the products of the
country tributary to the road , ia HUT
on exhibition at Chicago. Daring tt
eastern trip it was visited by 60,000
people at the Dominion fair at Mon
treal , by 5,000 at the New England
fair at Worcester , Mass. , by 40,000at
the Vermont state fair at Mbntpelier ,
and by 65,000 nt the Western Nosr
York fair at Rochester.
The cost of a duublo track r.ulwa } '
as laid by the North Chicago City
railway is given by Mr. A. W. Wright ,
0. E. . at § 18,691 90 psr mile. This
is for labor , t es , stringers , steel rails
151bs. per yard , at § 67 per ton
chair joints , spikes , etc. In addition 1
to this the cost of paving hnrso puths
two feet four inches wide , with cobble
stones , is § 9,005 70. and the cost of f
paving with cedar blocks for a width
of six feet is 53872 , nnk'iig the total 1
cost per mile 831,572 66. This is
more expensive tlnu IB generally stip
rosed , seeing that tl-ere is no rading
or bridging to be done.
Cold Comfort from a Democratic Or
tjan.
Kew York Sun.
The democrats have sustained nn
unexpected and mortityiug defeat in
Indiana and Ohio. It is disastrous ,
and may prove fatal. It is silly to
rnako light of it , and idle to try to
whittle it away by cunning calcu'ft- '
tions and adroit figuring. The demo
cratsare beaten.badly beaten v.heth-
er beaten to dea'h or not 13 the only
question
It has seemed to us that the whole
democratic campaign was a series of
blunders. The party had one. . man ,
only one , whose immense strength lud
been demonstrated on a nat onal fk-ld
Samuel J. Tilden. It la the one
urnnt. pre-eminent nnms in the demo
cratic party. He was .1 reformer in
deed , as his record in the office of gov
ernor had proved. He was a states
man , as all hia public papers , espec
lally his letter declining to compete
for the ni-mina'ion , had emphatically
shown. Childless , like Washin ton ,
ho had only his country to K vo ; and
oven the ties of kindred wera ruth
lessly sundered by his stern and UN-
ri'lenlii g hand , if the fii test blush
of an iniprip-r practice rested upon
them. So patri tic , so lofty , so con
vincing , was hia great letter to the
convention which made the nomina
tion , that the most adroit and the
ablest of all his t n mies , after reading
u. avowed lib disposition to support
him.
him.This
This ilinstrioui man the democratic
p rty thought it could afford to dis
pense with as a candidate. There is a
word of one syllable wi'h two o's in it
which might not inappropriately bo
inserted.
Tao party nominated Hancock a
good mill , weighing 250 pounds. But
Hincock is not Tilden.
Then , as acrowning act of foly , the
party wentmto the state of Thomas
A. Hendricla , and took another man
for vice-president. Any name other
than that of Henricks would have
been folly enough ; but to go one step
further , they had to take a man with
the most odious reputation as a skin
flint to overcome.
Therd used to bo a fellow who made
an occupation cf butting his head
against a rough stone New England
Wall for twenty-five cents. The demo
cratic party , in making th's nomina
tion , resembled him , only , if report
be true , they did not get tne twenty ,
five cents.
Now , we are for looking the actual
facts squarely in tne face. Who can
not do that without blnshirg , in de
feat " and disaster , as we 1 as in'victory ,
has "no minhodd in his make.
Wo are heateu , wo are overthrown ,
but we are not destroyed. The dis
aster wo have experiencedmay yet
ba retrieved. Hancock isnot a'Til-
den in ability , but he Is a goodUruc ,
patriotic man , of strong common
Siiise. He has signed anti written in
the form of orders , as ia believed ,
some of the finest essays on civil and
military authority ever issued or com
posed by mortal man. Ho never took
a bribe. Pure , patriotic and good , he
is a fit man forpresident.
As for English , though ho may be
stingy , he is a firm believer in the
rights of man and in the equal rights
of alL If he has not given much
money to the canvas. * , which is the
chief charge against him , has he not"
generously given his _ name to the
ticket ? Besides , what do democrats
and patriots want of rnonejl .For
ourselves , we are utterly opposed' to
the unnecessary use ot money. " We-
would rather lose the election than
carry it by one bribed vote. If * that
vote givi ig us a majority could be
bought for 5329 , we should be op
posed to the payment of that pony
sum. We sail in with flying colora ,
or not at all. No backstairs entrance
to the white house for our candidates.
As to Mr. Eaglish's pecuniary prac
tices , one of the brightest , wisest ,
purest , best of all our presidents , John
Quincy Adams , used to shave notes in
i he White House.
Our candidates , then will answer.
Now ; nlly , boys , and elect them !
Yon can do it 1
Will > on ?
It is said the demoiats were beaten
in Indiana by the importation into
that stale of southern negroes , to vote
the republican ticket. - This i a pua-
rile baby pleaArc not the Indiana
democrats men capable of lawfully
maintaining their rights ?
Beaten * by negroes 1 It is the last
thing they ought to Twa _ and they
should be ashamed to concede it.
Now , men , Democrats 1 rally and
conquer !
i THE V SEEABLE DEMOCRAT I
TnirriBNDS BKOKB TP A DEJIO-
'
j CEATIC
TolOo Elado.
ROADS ( wich is in .the
ky ) , October' * , 1880.
It waa determined for effectSPupon .
the Injeatiy eko' hun _ io hev a parade
uv the Hancock forceHir tha Corners ,
with .banners and torchoi.
We. 'had -gorgeo'isr percession ar
ranged. I wuz lieadid bya * wagon
contaium ez many wimmen ez trier
wuz states that.scceded , with the can-
fedrit flat ; a'waviu over.em. Mfclmdy
Pogram wuz holdin the conf odrit flag ,
i dresaSS-in-niournin' , tipifyin' the prei-
ent condishn uv the south , while
Haulier M'Pultcr was dressed in white
in the act of Itokin * a nigger , ehowin
wat wo hope will 'happen when Han
cock ufiiially elided and we get com
plete coatrol uv the government.
Follerm' tLia ollo urical renresenta-
shun come the citizens ur the Cor-
uera , two by two , headidbyme , barin'
torches , with the confedrit , flag R
wavin' over us in triumph.
The pcrceshun formed in front uv
B coin's , and it wus a perty situ to
see. Capt , M'Pelter wuz on Biscom'a
mule actiu' as murshal , the wagon
with the wimmen wuz iu line , aria ev
erything wuz reddy for a start.
Ez it took two hours to got the per-
ceahun organized , the dnnocrisy wuz
dry , and permishun wuzr asked to
break ranks aid go in and get one
sustanor afore it moviJ. I refcczsd
firmly , for uf. the perceshun had over
got into Bascom's it woodhuv took an
other hour to git "urn. into line njin ,
and Bascom tcttlcd it by reinarkin'
that no one need go. in onlesa'ho coed
ehow thu money for his drink jist
afore he got hold uv the bottle.
I give the wordand Badly the per-
ceshn moved up the street to the in-
splriu notes uv "Dixie1' and the
' 'Bonnie Bloo Flag , " played by a fife
and two drums.
Wo Jiuored Pollock's store , and wuz
jpt on ( he pint 4pf giviu him tlireo
grotin ? when Joo-Bi lQr appealed. Ho
darted up to Isaaker Gavitt , and
whispered in his cir that thor wuz a
barl uv nee whisky in the store on
tap and thet Pollock vocd give the
Dimocricy credit for JiLker for jist 30
minutes. .
l'.io cffict * v z mngikle. Issaker
dropt his torch jist w her he Blood and
rushed into the store.
The fiend Biglcr lied whispered it
loud onuQ'so th tt two or three heerd
it , and it passed down the line like
telcgr.ifiin. In le = s than a BLCC nd shor
wuzn't a r > nl in the psrchesn but
and the wagon , afcd what coed I do ?
I'cof dojit makti a perceshn all alone ,
with one' wagon full uvwimmiu , find
Ifllcred tin * la't one Tt'to the store
with perlmj e m re alacrity thaii dig-
nlty.
Tacre va = i a bir'l thereand Bnscom
ni-d Joe Bigior wuz a drowin out the
jrsshus flpoid nf tin dippers , aud dis-
peusin uv it freely.
life necdiia tociythat that percash
on never mure ird agin. It was busted.
I cOoaent pissibly git tha men into
lines agin.
And then add to the fiendishnis uv
these two c inspirators. JV > o Bigler
hiraa n higher ona'mulotogo in front
uv tbe hossea wich wuz a drawin rho
wagon , with a peck uv oits , wnich the
hosi.es sinel * , aud the nigger rode of
down a by-Etreet holdm out the bnskot
nnd the hcs = cs became uncontrollable
rind started after Miem o.its. The cuas-
edTijg"riciCci ) Ilia mnlu into a gal
lop , the eager hos o3 brolio into a run
the nigger turned acernersudden , the
hoeBCs , forgettiil thapreaiius load they
wuz drawin. turned ihe corner and
den , a'so ' , over'v.ent the waqon , anc
thr.l end of 'ho ' perceshn wuz dumpec
into a ditch.
Betwist the free likker and the pock
uv outs the fiticct percrshn e\er or
gCnfZ3lI hi tllHCOnmru UUIHD lv fprc f ,
And wnt mnde irTUJS , hulf the voters
we wnzgoin to send to Injeany g it a
full tint they coodcnt be oirtsd ovti
to Secrs'iomillo in uuie to take the
train fcr LoOisville , ar d there ia jisl
that numberoivvoteilojt to thi dimo-
crisy uv Injeany.
A p iri inem g .t off , however , and
we her ( > rob ble sent onuff to cirry
ilu % state.
3vz Eiigli h d'tti't EC d ony monuj
into Kentucky , Bssaom isgoin to atari
a bnxch gcocdry at some pint in South
ern Injruuy , tillaf'or tue November
oleckshim. Hu is aiiuntcrpnsin roan ,
is Bjscom , and ha srz if English's
money won't come to him he will go
to English's money. He it bound to
hev his divvy , soma way.
1 iCTKOLLU I \ . ASBT ,
P. M. that wuzand is to be. )
"A crown will not cure the head
ache , nor t gulden slipper the gout. '
Very ttue ; but a crowned head when
it aches doesn't have to keep right on
devising ways mid means to procure
bread and bucter , nor does a g 'Id-shod
foot when it twinges have
to support the weight xif a
toilingbody. AI dyetboththecrownet
heads aud thu steady workers :
the gola-ahod feet and the Weary
toilers et.joy the same inestimable
bl swig of curing b clily pains anc
fcches , beginning vi h rheumatism , by
using St. Jaccbi Oil which costs but
but fifty cents a bottle. Ex Gov.
dilomon now of San Francisco , was
cured of secera rheumatic pains bj
the me of St. Jacoba Oil.
CousTERKHTERsareeveron the alert to flo (
frei'i Cvlilj 10 "or.- , bat they net cr imitate a
worthless article , 1'rof. Gullracae'a Frencl
KiJnsy 1'ad\rubrought ! utabo.itten years 0
and sinoa then a host of chaps without skill or
conscience hive fen ? t to tmiUte It by miny
Ho'rthles'i nffalrj ; but a dU'.r minatin ? i ublic
v.ill hold "fi'tfo that * llc1 > is good , " n-d the
Guilmitte Pat ! more than lioMs its own. It cures
9)1 ) kl ( iicr d s ases and s cceods where medlclu
cfuinfiili. Atk > our/dru ; ijt it thij Is not to.
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Backache , Soreness of the Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Smell"
. ings and Sprains , Burns and
ScaldSf'Generaf Bodily
„ , . , Pains ,
Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Feet and Ears , and all other
Pains -and Aches. . -
Ko Preparation on enrth eqnah ST. JACOBS OIL
as a safe , sure , simple and cheap External
Kemedy. A trial entails tut Ihe'coroparatirely
tnflins outlay of 50 Cent * , and erery one titDer-
iag with pain can have cheap and
of itsclaima.
Direction
BOLD BY AIL DBTJGGIST8 AHD DEALEE3
IK MEDIOKE.
A. VOGELER & CO. ,
Baltimore. 3K. . V. 8 , A.
SKEELY BROS. PACKING CO
iF PACKERS
Wholesale and Retail in
; FBESHMEATS& PKOVISIONS , GAME , POVLlHT.'FISn , ETC.
> CITY AND COUMTY ORDERS SOLICITED.
OFFICE CITY MARKET 1415 Douglas St. Packing House ,
Opposite Omaha Stock Yards , U. P."R. R.
Successors to Jas. K. Ish ,
Dealersin Fine Imported
Extracts. Toilet Waters , Colognes , Soaps , Toilet Powders , &c ,
A full line of Sur.icol Instruments , Pocket Cases , Trass's aud Supporters. Absolutely Tore
Drugs and Chemical * Used in Diapeusinj. Prcscri [ lions Dlled at Lawrence"&c
Jas.K. J.sli. Lawrence"
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER.
The Genuine
NEW FASVliLV SEWING MACHINE.
The popular demand for the GKVTJINE SINGER in 1S70 exreeded tlntof
any previous yeardurinpr the Quarter of a Cenmry in which this "Old
Itcliablo ' JIacliice has tezn before the public.
Machines. Excess over any previous year 74,735 Machines.
Our silea last year were at the rate of over
1400 Sewing Machines a Day !
Tor tvery business day in the year ,
The "Old BeliaW
That Every EEAL Singer is the Strongest ,
Singer Sewing Machine
the Simplest , tha Most
chine h is this Trade
Mark cast into the Durable Sewing Ma
Iron Stand and em chine ever yet Con
bedded in the Arm of
structed.
the Machine.
Principal Office : 34 Union Square , New York ,
1 300 Sttl ordinate Offices , in the United States and Canada , and 3,000 Offices inthaOlc
'
World and South America. sep6-d : npt
HOTELS.
THE ORIGINAL.
Cor. Randolph $ t. & 5th Avo. ,
CHICAGO ILL.
PRICES REDUCED TO
S2.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY
Located in the btwincsa cent'o , convenient
to places of amnscmcnt. Elsu-an ly furnished ,
containing all mudern iniDrovcmcnta , pasacnjzor
cletalor , &c J. II. CUJIMISOS , Jfrojinetor.
oclf.tf
Cor. MARKET ST. & BROADWAY
Council Bluffs. Iowa.-
On line o Street Railway , Omnibus 'onnd from
all trams. RATES Parlor ao-ir S3.00 per da > ;
pecond floor , S2 60 periUy ; third floor , Si.OO.
Hie best furnished and most com iiodiom lionw
lu the my. OhO. T. PlIELi'S Prop
QJI AH A , NKB.
IRA WILSON PROPRIETOR.
The Metropolitan ii centrally located , and
first c'asa in every respect , having recently been
entirely renovated , llio public wi 1 Ond it a
comfortable and homelike house. marfitf.
Scliuyler , Neb.
i Fhet-cL-isa Ilouac , Good Meals , Good Bcdg
Airy ( looms , and kind and accommodating-
treatment. Twipood sample roome. Spccia
attention paid to commercial travelers.
S. ME.LEE , Prop. ,
alS-tf Schuyler , Ueb.
alStfFROMTIER HOTEL ,
Laramie , Wyoming ,
The miner's resort , peed accommodations ,
arge earn pie room , charces reasonable. Special
attention given to traveling men.
11-tf U.C lIirU\r.D Proprietor.
INTER-OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
Flrst-chss , Fine arpc Simple Koomg , cna
block from depot. Trains stop from SO minutes
t-i2hourfl for dinner. Free Bus to and from
LMpot. Jtatea $2.00. SI CO and fS.00 , according
to room : g ngle meal 75 cents.
A. 1 > . BALCOM , Proprietor.
ANDREW BORnKN' . Cnicf Clerk. mlO-t
THE MERCHANT TAILOB ,
Is prepared to make Pants , Suits and overcoats
to order. Price ; , fit and workmanship guaranteed
to suit.
One Door West of Cruickshonk's.
nlOly
jr. c.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Capitol Ave , , Opp- Masonic Hall ,
OMAHA. NTCB.
HARTIGAN & DODGE ,
Sheet Iron Workers
AND
BOILEK j\IAKEES \ ?
Cor. 12th and Cass streets.
- Please Give Us a Call.
THE OHLT PLACE WHERE YOU
can fiu J .a gocd w ortmcrt ot
BOOTS AND SHOES
At A LOWER "PIOURB thantt
any other shoe honso in tbe city ,
P. LANG'S ,
236 FARNHAM ST.
LADES' &
SHOES f/IAOE TO , ORDER
d a perfect fit-cDsr nteed. PtlcrB vrcrcsMD
Jl. i4x-H.lv
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION LINE
BETWEEN
OMAHAAND FORT OMAHA
Connects IVitU Street Cars
Corner of SAUNDERS ami IIAJnLTOK
STREETS. ( End of Red Line aa follows :
LEAVE OJIAUA :
6 0va:17ar in:19a ra ,3:03.5-37and7S9p.ru. :
LEAVE TORT O5IAHA :
' 7:16 a m. . 9:15 a. m , and 12:45 p. m.
4.CO,6:15 : and 8:15 p. m
* The S.17 a. in nin.lcivin.omaha , nd the
4:00 p. m ran , leaving Fort Omaha , are usiully
loaded to f nil capacity with re aUr passengers.
The 6:17 a. m. nn trill be made from the post-
oSlce , comer of Dodsc and 15th tnrchti.
Tickets cin'le procnred from ktreet cardrir-
era , or from dtivera of backs.
FARE , 25 CENTS , INC LtfDLSG SIR E CAB
88-tf
BA1KIKG HOUSES.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
IN" NEBRASKA.
CALDWELL3HAMILTONCQ
Buslnesa transacted Bsma aa that o an Incorporated
poratod Bank.
Accounts kept In Currency or gold subject to
right check without notice.
Certificates of deposit Issued payaMe In thretj
elx and twelve months , bcarinsr Interest , or oh
demand without Interest.
Advances made to customers on approved se
curitici at market rates of Interest
Buy and sell old. bills of exchange- Govern
rneiit , State , County anil City Bonds.
Draw Sight Drafts on Fnzland , Ireland , Scot
land , and all parts of Europe.
Sell Eiropean Paesaze Tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY HADE.
augldtt
U. SDEPOSITOET. .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OMAHA.
Cor. ISth and Famtinm Streets ,
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
IN OMAHA
( SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZB BROS. , )
ESTABLISHED IN 1S58.
Oranlzed ; ( aa a Natlonil Bank , August 20,1863.
Capital and Profits Over$300,000
Specially nuthorlzed by the Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to the
U.S.4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
HIRMAN KOUSTZB , President.
ACODSTDS KOCOTZR. Vice President.
H.W.TAre8.CMhIer.
A. J. POPI.KTOK , Attorney.
Jonw A. CR-tonros.
Tf H. DAVIS , Aaa't Cwhler.
This bank receives deposit wlthont regard to
amounts.
Isaacs time certificates bearing Interest.
Draws dralu on San franciseo and principal
cities of the United States , also London , Dublin , '
Edinburgh and the principal cities ot the conti
nent of Enrope.
Sells pasjjge tickets for Emigrants In tbn In *
man ue. mayldti
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Geo. P. Bern is'
REAL ESTATE AGEHGY.
16th & Dovglat Sis. , Omahat Nth.
This agency doea STRICTLY a brokerage bc J-
neei Docs notspeculato , and therofora any bargains -
gains on Its txxiksaio Insured to Its patrons , IB
stead ot being gobbltd up by th e a cnt
BOGGS & HILL.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No IfOS Farnham Strut
OMAHA - NEBRASKA.
Office North Side opp. Grand Central Hotel.
Nebraska Land Agency.
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1505 FainJiam St. Omaha , Ncbr.
100,000 ACRES carefully selected land In Eastern
Nebraska for gale.
Great Bargains In improved farms , and Omaha
dty property.
O. F. DAVIS. WEBSTER SJTTDER ,
Late land CorJrU. P. R. R 4p-tot7tf
BTROS KKZD. LBWB R8 D.
Byron Reed & Co. ,
OLDK3T EffTABI.1 ! JD
REAL ESTATE AQENOY
IN NEBRASKA.
Keep a complete abstract of title to all Real
Estate In Omaha and Douglas Conpty. majltl
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line of Steamships
LcaTlnj New Tork Every Thursday at 2 p. m.
For
England , France and Germany.
For Pauago apply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
General Passenger AgenU ,
61 Broadway. New Torfc
SHOW GASES
tIJUICriCTCRED BT
O. -WILIDIEL
1317 CASS iT. , OMAHA , NEB.
tZTA. good ansortmpnt lwxy
TKE DAILY BEE
Contains the Latest Homo and Tele
graphic Nevra of tbe Day. {
We call the'attentfotfof ' Buyers to Our Extensive Stock of
TH
AN TS' FURNiSHiNG GOODS ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We carry the Largest and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS IN OMAH
Which We are Selling al
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING
Is in charge of Mr. TEOItlAS TALLOW , whose well-establishe
reputation has been fairly earned.
"We alao Keep an Immense Stock of
HATS , GAPS , TSUHK8 AND VALISES
REMEMBER WE ARE THE ONE PRICE STORK
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
mlleodiw 1301 & 1003 Fanilmm Street.
< TS. . "W'IRIG-IHIT ,
AGENT
FOR
And Sole Agent for
Hallet Davis & Co. , James & Holmstrom , and JG. .
Fischer's Pianos , also Sole Agent for the Estey ,
Burdett , and the Fort Wayne Organ
Go's. Organs ,
I deal in Pinnoa and Organs exclusively. Have had years"
experience in the Business , and handle only the Best.
HT
n i B
218 16th Street , City Hall Building OmaliH , Neb.
HALSEY V. PITCH. Tuner.
f
Carpet ! ngs I Carpet ! ngs I
m
Old Reliable Carpet House ,
1405 DOUGLAS STKEET , BET. 14TH ATO 15TH
( EST L-BLISHIDEU IUST ± 868. ) '
Carpets , Oil-Cloths , *
Matting , Window-Shades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc.
MY STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN THE WEST.
1 Jlsiko a Specialty of
WIHDOW-SHABES 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 Tasselg
In fact Everything kept in a First-Glass Carpet Housa ,
Orders from abroad solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Call < , or Address
John B. Detwiler ,
Old Keliable Carpet House , OMAHA.
DOUBLE AND SINGLE AOTZNO
Steam Pnmps , Engine Trimmings , Mining Machinery ,
BELTIHC HOSE , BRASS AND IRQH FITTIHG8 , PIPE , STEAM PACKING ,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHUfiCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STBANG205 Farnhara Street Onmha , Neb
HENRY HOHNBERGER ,
V. BLATZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER !
and Bottles ,
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at Reasonable
Prices. Office , 239 Douglas Street. Omaha