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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 , i8Si
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OMAHA PUBLISHING DO , , Prop'n '
E , ROSEWATER , Editor.
Edwin Dnvls , MnnnRor of Cltj
John II. rierco Is In Clmrrc of the Mai
CHrcnUlon of THE DAILY KKK.
THE GARFIEM ) MONUMENT
CLKVELAND , Sopiembor 27.
To fVic Ptnph of the United States :
The movement to secure funds foi
the erection of a monument over Gen ,
James A. Garfield is being responded
to from all sections of the country ,
east , vest , south and north. In ordei
to nmko it popular , it is desirable foi
the citizens of all the states to imino
diatoly organize. The committee re-
ipoctfully requests private banks and
oankors and postmasters to receive
contributions to this fund and remit
the same to the Second National bank
of Cleveland which has been desig
nated as the tresurer of this fund.
Also send the names and postofiico ad
dresses of contributors.
J. H. WADE ,
H. B. PAYNK ,
Jos. PEUKINH ,
In response to this call TUB BEE
would earnestly urge upon all patri
otic citizens who desire to perpetuate
the memory of the lamented president
to contribute their mite io the pro
posed national monument.
In this city contributions will bo re
ceived nt the following named bank
ing' houses : Pint National bank ,
Omaha National bank , State bank of
Nebraska , nnd Caldwell , Hamilton &
Wo would also urge the organiza
tion of local and state monument as
sociations. Patrons of THE BEE may
forward their contributions di
rect to this oflico and wo shall ac
knowledge the receipt of all such con
tributions through the columns of
THE BE .
THOSE candidates that represent
principles have the highest claims on
GUITKAU is said to scout the idea
that ho is really insane. So does
every other sane man. .
TWELVE hundred offices in Doughs
county wouUL just about moot the
views of the average democrat.
THE Scotch are organizing a Land
League. Irish stew will now give place
io Scotch broth in British politics.
Mil. WAHNEK MILLF.H was Collect
or Robertson's preferred candidate for
chairman of the Now York conven
EVEN the youngest politicians refuse
to enthuse over such a bootless cam
paign as Nebraska is entering upon
ClIARUiY Po.STEB Will shako Ills
calico flag in Ohio on Tuesday and
thousands ] of voters will follow his
turn about is fair play.
Dr. Miller is on a stll hunt fur a
few republican voters to help out his
ticket at the coming primaries.
Oim clergymen need praying for
sadly. A colored clergyman in Louis
ville is the only one who has yet ad
dressed the throne of grace in favor of
RuruH UIIOATK'S similio of the
Hindoo and his idol is not so
old that it can bo palmed off on a Ne
braska community as the sparkling wit
of a hair-brained paragraphor.
IT is said that Secretary Blaino's
cldo t son , Walker , will bo a candi
date" for Congress next year. The
Blainostock is ono that the American
people will not willingly see die out.
THE Republican says that in our
government "intelligence counts not
BO inuoh as muscle , . " The Rtpvblican
is evidently thinking of Omaha pri-
juarios as conducted under its auspices.
ACCOUDINQ to 2Vte Hour , the stop
page of a day'a work by a whole na
tion is very serious matter. There are
10,000,000 working people in the
country who average at least $2 a day ,
which make * 120,000,000 , and then
there is the interruption to commerce
and financial transactions and the loss
of profit , on labor. An unexpected
fttopoage of a week-day' * work must
Ilcports from Washington indicati
that a di ] > osition is manifesting itdol
in both parties to arrange the organi
zation of tlio sonnto by a compromise
Tlio calling of both the republican ant
dcmocratio caucuses for next Sntur
day is a coincidence which in SOUK
quarters is looked upon as foreshadow
ing a conference nnd an attempt t <
reach an agreement. Senators or
both sides seem anxious io avoid al
pnrty conflict over the grave ol tin
dead president. The indecency of BUI : !
a contest is too palpable not t <
nmko itself strongly felt oven in tlu
conscience of the average politician
Hut there seems no good reason whj
any fight should take place over the
organization of the senate before the
admission of the now senators Then
are a number of democratic , precis
dents for seating the senators from
Now Yorlc and llhodo Island before
the election of a president pro tcm
which can bo safely followed without
any danger to our political institutions.
The first ease occurred in 1811 when
William R. Kinr , af tot wards elected
to the vice-presidency on the ticket
with Franklin Pierce was president
pro tern at the expiration of his sena
torial torm. At noon on the 1th of
March of that year the term of Vice-
President Richard M. Johnson also
expired , and , accordingly , when tlio
Honnto mot , there was none to preside
except the secretary. The latter called
the senate to order and Sir. iJuyard ,
of Delaware , undo of the present
senator of the same name , immedi
ately offered a resolution that the
senatorial oath bo administered to
Mr. King who had boon rn-clcctcd
by Senator Henry Clay , and that he ,
Air. King , bo elected president pro
tomporo. The resolution was con
sidered by unanimous consent nnd
agreed to. Tha oath was administered
by Mr. Clay , snd Mr. King took the
chair , after which the ceremony of in
stalling John Tyler as vice-president
Again , on the 20th of December ,
1852 , a similar ease- occurred , and the
precedent thus established was fol
lowed. Mr. Fillmore having becoino
president nearly two years Loforo , the
the president pro torn of Iho senate
and acting vice-president resigned ,
and hin litter of resignation was laid
before the senate the name day.
Thereupon , Mr. Butler , of South
Carolina , n leading democratic sciux
tor , presented the credentials of his
colleague , William P. Saussuro , and
moved that the oath ho administered
to him by Senator John Davis , of
Massachusetts. . Mr. Butler cited the
precedent of the oath administered to
Mr. King , when there was no vice-
president or president pro tempore ,
and by implication urged the admis
sion of Mr. Saussuro before the or
ganization was proceeded with. The
resolution WUH n&bcd to , the oath
was administered by Mr. Davis , and
then the Bonato proceeded to elect
Mr. Aichinson as president pro
Both of those precedents for the
admission of now senators before the
election of a president pro tern , are
democratic precedents. They will ap
ply perfectly to tlio cases of the re
publican senators now under discus
sion , There cannot bo ono rule gov-
Drning the admission of democratic
senators and another contradicting the
idmission of republican members.
The coming winter will witness an
increase in the expenses of living
greater than during any period since
the close of the year 1873. The par
tial failure of the potatoocrop and the
shortage in the wheat supply of the
country has already advanced over
thirty per cent , the prices of two of
the most universal articles of house-
liold consumption , aid there nro
prospects of a further advance before
the coining of spring. Coal ,
too , is much higher than lost
year. The entire grocery list
ihows indications o ( an advance ,
md canned goods of all kinds are from
twenty to thirty per cent , above the
luotations of last fall. It is safe to
iay that the actual expenses of main
taining a family during the coming
ivintor will bo
fully twonty-fivo per
: ont. greater than those of a year ago ,
rlouso routs h ive not fallen nor wages
risen , In many instances there are
nero mouths to food and more bodies
a bo clothed. Greater expenses must
10 mot by on inc'dmo which
s little if any increased and the
lucstiun of practical economy will
iorco itself on thousands of families
vlio have not
heretofore been com-
) ojlod to bestow much of their atton-
ion upon the subject. Little luxuries
vhioh have almost unconsciously bo-
iomo seeming necessities must bo dis
pensed with. Persons who have never
akon an account of tlioso small but
sontinuous drains on an income will
jo surprised to find out how many
: an , if necessity requires , bo dispensed
vith without much practical incon-
ronionco. A cigar hero , a bit of
ewolry there , " on extra overcoat
> r cloak when the old
loom slightly rusty , an oven-
ng at the theatre , a drive along
Sherman avenue these and ' llfty
ither minor expenditures , which in
heir aggregate amount to a surpris-
nglywiug sum , should bo the first
items which a practical economy wil
It sometimes nccins ns if the law r
compensation in nnturo passes ovc
the homes of the poor in its operation
Upon the wealthy , increased coat i :
living amounts to nothing more Urn
a diminished surplus at the end of th
year's balancing of the ledger. Athoti
s.ind dollars or so additional oxpcns
moans only nn equal amount less in
vented in ( lint which will bring in
continuous income. There seems n
necessity for curtailment in a hcavil ;
stocked larder or n well filled clothe
press. The minor luxuries have become
como too much of the character of ne
ccssitios to go by the board and nn
continued as matters of course. Will
the poor every increase- prices mean
a corresponding decrease in the com
forts of homo , A dcanty table inns
become still moro scanty and clotliinj
none too great in cost or quantity
must bo still moro diminished. Tin
charitable people of Omaha are likely
to find n Btifllcently largo field for tin
exercise of their generosity this win
tcr in homes whore a further enforcement
mont of economy means a doprivatior
of the bare necessities of life ,
Or President Garficld's warm foci ,
ings to the colored race , Fred Doug *
las said in his recent eulogy : "Earlj
in his term I called on him and wet
received kindly. Ho spoke of whal
might bo his probable policy in regard
to the colored people in respect tc
their position ns a part of the govern
ing element of this country. Ho said ;
'Douglas , I moan to take a stop for
ward , not backward. I intend to
send colored representatives not onlj
to the colored governments , but tc
the white eovornments. How do you
think they will bo received ? ' 'Gen-
Oar field,1 I replied , 'I am delighted to
hoar you say so. I know that no race
of people can bo respected who nro
ignored by their own government. I
have spent some time in Europe , and
I found that the further wo got up in
the grade of culture and refinement
the less prejudice exists against the
raco. ' Ho then kindly offered to send
mo abroad , nnd offered mo a very
good pluco indeed , but I told him that
I did not want to leave home. "
THE young man on the Jlcpnlilican
ivho so bravely challenged the editor
} f TIIE BEE to a debate on the rail
road question , in which ho was to
} hampion the monopol os , rises to remark -
mark : "IfAwo should happen , like
Mr. Rosewater , to hold vio-vs in com-
non with the great mass of the par-
; y , and with people of all parties , wo
ihould bolt the ticket. " No , you
yould'nt. You would bolt down to
I'nu BEE oilico , ns you did a few
ivooks ago , declaring that the people
wouldn't take your paper , and be ?
: or employment on ono which you
jroursolf confessed .hold views in com
mon with the best and most onlight
ancd people of the republican party ,
uid with the people of all parties.
E.vau.sH emigration is largely di
recting itself toward Texas owing to
; ho thorough advertising of that
itato in every town and village oi
3rcat Britain. Last week SG6 farm-
irs and their families sailed from
Liverpool for Galvcston , a majority ol
ivhich came from the north of England -
; land , and are said to bo of the most
lubstantial class. If our own state
md evinced a fraction of the zeal
ihown by Texas , Nebraska would to-
lay bo receiving over 30,000 imtni-
; rants within her borders.
WHH.K Ireland has boon crying for
i division of landed property , the ro-
lult of the civil war has boon to
ireato a thorough redistribution of
) lantations throughout the south.
Jofore the war the number of landed
n-opriotors in Georgia was sixty-two
housand. The present number is
icarly ono hundred and fifty thou-
and. The land will bo bettor tilled ,
md the aggregate wealth of the state
vill bo increased by this division of
SOME journals nro commenting upon
ho fact that Mrs. Garfiold's income
irill roach nearly § 20,000 a ye.ir while
lire. Lincoln draws only § 3,000.
rhoro is a wide difference in the two
ascs. Mrs. Lincoln had no family
o Bitpport and educate at the time of
ho president's assasination while Mrs.
lurfiold lias five children to educate
nd the president's mother to sup-
Bin. 0. E. PEUKINS haa boon made
irosident of tlio Chicago , Burlington
b Quinoy railroad , and will make his
icadquartors in Boston. This means
ho promotion of Manager A. E.
rouzalin und his removal in the near
uturo from Omaha. The Republican
rill have opcasion to recall that au-
horitativo contradiction before many
reeks are past.
Tin : Loavonworth papers have sud-
lenly awakened to the belief that the
Jnion Pacific never keeps its prom-
ICB with x municipalities. Omaha
ould have taught Loavonworth that
ittlo" fact years ago.
Two hundred official heads of post
masters implicated in the atar route
aso are being cut oil ono by one.
Ir. James is no less an excellent ox-
cutive than jin cflioieiit executioner.
WITH other rumors of caliino
changes came reports that Iho Hon
Green B , Raum , commissioner of internal
tornal revenue , will bo assigned t
either the treasury or interior port
folin. Mr. Itnum is n valuable inai
and has brought Iho internal rcvenu
service to a high state of perfection
It is likely that ho will bo retained ii
his present place.
Tin : Rov. Ike Kallcch and his soi
nro no longer appreciated in Sai
Francisco. They have withdraw !
from the Baptist denomination am
established another church more ti
their tasto. The suggestion is mad
that the now church should bo callcc
the Church of tha Holy Hoodlums.
Foil the benefit of these democrat
who are bawling so loudly over How.
gates defalcation of § 100,000 of gov
eminent funds it is stated Howgato ii
sv democrat and contributed to the las
democratic campaign fund.
PIIEHIUKNT AHTHUR'H close conuca
tion with practical politics should beef
of great advantage to him in tlu
practical statesmanship which hii
: rionds everywhere confidently bcliovc
ho will exhibit.
UH John M. Thurston has fin.
ishcd that little pamphlet on "The
Section Hand in Practical Primaries'
ho will have moro time to devote tc
skinning the grangers on bond clcc.
linrglan arc bothering Fremont.
Fremont has an intelligence office.
North Platte wants an o | > era house.
Columbus is to have another dully paper.
Columbia lost 52,500 by tholato cyclone.
York county's fair was a financial suc
The new school house at lilnir will cost
Exeter merchants propose to blulld a
Blair heM changed the text books in its
Wolves arc inultiplylngniplilly in John-
Tecumseh'w new Catholiu church will
Wheat Is worth ono dollar per bushel in
Oakland has erected ono hundred build-
ngH since April.
The uniform for Howard's cornet band
est S250 in Boston.
York semln ry opened with thirty new
tudenU ) fruin abroad.
Potatoes are worth seventy-five cents a
jut-hcl In lullor county.
Pralrio fires have beei ! destroying hay
n the Klhhorn bottoms.
Tlio bell for Waterloo's '
_ new 1'renbyte-
ian church has arrived.
Two pairs of twins were born last week
n Hebron , Thayef county.
Sclmylcr's business in baled hay this
ear will amount to $35,000.
The checkered barn at Lincoln was
urned last week. Loss , 8700
The Baptists of Orel will begin the erec-
ion of a church edifice at once *
Crete mei-chants have declared in favor
f an early closing of their stores.
Superior lull n narrow cncape from de-
truction by prairie fire last week.
Dorchester have three good churches ,
good schools and four lodges.
The loss to Nebrask * City by the late
term will amount to about 91,000.
A now grist mill is to be built by Car ]
Joehl near Orleans , Harlan county.
The explosion nt Council Bluffs was din-
Inctly felt at Blair and Plattsmouth.
Superior Presbyterians are agitating the
erection of a church buiklinir this fall.
The Pacific house in Columbns wan
burned on the 20th. Loss about § 1,000.
Mrs. Frank Holt won the prize for
hor/oback tiding at the Gage county fair.
Thirty-one cars of stock were unloaded
in onu day last week at the Blair stock
Lincoln has a row over its fire depart
ment and the chief engineer talks ot re
Hubbell , Thayer county , was incorpo
rated at the last meeting of the county
Six fine beaver were caught last week
on the banks of the Republican , near He-
public in city.
Dodge ( onnty Is called upon to vote
83000 iidditlonal bouds to complete the
L'latte river bridge.
J. P. Douglas , of Franklin county , will
make five thousand gallons uf borghum
molasses this year.
Stanton county votes on a proposition
to declare Stanton the county seat , on the
Sth of Novomher.
Cant. Scott , of company A at York , was
pro-wilted with an elegant sword last week
jy : his command.
Ord Is very anxious to have the new
-ailroad which is being located up thoLoup
ralley pass her doors.
Many claim hunters ore locating on the
best grazing lands near the head waters of
the Republican river.
Large herds of cattle arc being driven
rrom Noithwestcra Kansas to Culburtson
function for shipment.
Puwnpo is the banner wool growing
: ountyof the state. She expoitcd the
product of 50,000 rheep this yeJr.
A firm engaged in the manufacture of
lorghuniHyiup at Fnirfield are turning
nit from 000 to 700 gallons daily.
Gilllsfc Puroell's safe at North Bend
u blown i pen n few night * ago. They
.Btimnto their loss at about (400.
The U. 1' . building gang nro overhaul-
ng the railroad nt Hcliuyler. They will
UBO erect a new depot at that place.
An cctg iilant measuring twenty-three
nclies in circumference and welKhini' five
; munds was exhibited at the Hall county
The Methodist church nt Valparaiso
Yas dedicated on the S5th. Enough
noney was raised to pay indebtedness and
juy a bell.
Winfield Scott , of Pawnee Cltv , is in
Ail for an attempted rape on n little gil I
mined Heller. This U said to bo ticoil'u
.him ofTeime ,
William Kulifson , living near Lincoln ,
, va accidentally shot by hunters while at
he agricultural farm. His injuries are
Owli.v to the destrnctlon of the fair
mildiug * by ktorm the manager * of the
> toe county fair decided to hold no expo-
'Itlon ' this j ear ,
The store and dwelling of 11. T. Clarke
it Camp Clarke , forty , five miles north-
vest ( if Sidney , were destroyed by fire on
ho 21th. Nothing was naved.
Father Smith , of O'Neill City , U en-
aged in the erection of two Catholic
hurches , one at O'Neill City and the
ther twelve miles northwest.
A Bohemian named P plvnlk , with lib
aughter , were killed by the upsetting of a
KM of wood on which they were ndlng
) a t week. They Hxcd in Valley count
near Sionx Creek.
A boy named Andcrson was killed la
wcok during the utonn nt Nebraska Citj
Ho look tholtrr under an old shed , whic
blew down , killing him Instantly.
Win. .Toncn , of I'luin Creek , th othc
night pitched hc.vl-firnt Into a well thlrt
feet deep with ten feet of wnter. Ilo wn
rcneueil w 1th a badly mangled head.
Although early in the season , trappei
nro locating on the tributary utrcams n
the head of the Republican. The i ijiis at
right for n large catch of otter and bcavci
Tllcro are rh al stage lines between Tn
bio Itrvck and Pawnco City. The stage
hae frenucntly made ncck-nnd-ncck race
for the distinction oHiolm ; first In Paw
nco. Tlio other day , when within a mil
of the goal , both kt iges , at j. turn In th
mad , wcro overturned. One man nnd
little boy were somewhat hurt , but the ;
wcro the only ones out of the fourteen pa
sengcru in any wise injured.
A novel and % cry Interesting industry
namely , the raising of silk worms , wn
presented at our fair by Mr. Abrnlnn
Thiciison , who resides near Falrbury , Neb.
and who hai. since his arrival in this conn
ty. directed nis attention to the culture o
Bilk. Ho exhibit dsamplcsof cocoons am
also n Hpinning hut , representing the man
ner of tno spinning of the cocoon by th
worm. Ho also had a largo amount o
wilk having been spun from the raw inn
terial. [ Bt-atrico Kxurcss.
Hitting Unll now rcpoics at Standlni
Uock. Lowell Courier.
Mnhono Is between the dovll anil th
dec | > ca , so to speak , and doesn't want t
attend the extra session.
( rant is gin wing very round-shouldered
This Mttliitf humped up over bimiucttn
blcs will ha\o a marked effect In time.
Mrs. Harriet Ueecher Stowe is writln :
a new book. Tlinso that have lean t <
fihcd should get their handkerchiefs read'
Many persons are now rec tiling tin
wonderful generosity of Capt Hovvgate ,
but it seems Impossible to recall the cap
Dead Duck Forney , whoso long nnd < lts
erect silence had almost secured his for
givonesH , 5s preparing to prance on the
platform with a lecture on Edwin for
August ttclmont , the New York mil
lionaire , spcndx his fiuinmcra at the United
States hotel , Saratoga. He pays 81,0001
week hoard for the half dozen member * ol
Bismarck allows no Mortnonmisaionarie :
In Germany. Yearn of observation have
taught him that it won't do tn place one
man in the power of fifteen women. Ottc
io a trillc bald himself.
W. A. Croffut wan shocked nt the nudity
which he saw in Naples , and lie is a news
paper man who alw.ivs had f co passes to
every variety show that came along. It
must bo awful over there. Detroit Free
"Eli Perkiiw" " "
anil "Oath" can bothtnk
I ack seats. Tom Ochiltree has made
"characteristic address. " There is adept
of wild originality about Ochiltreo's lie
that is perfectly ama/.iug. New Have
A recent visitor to Longfellow says tha
the poet is not HO white from age as Ir
portraits represent him. His nnir am
beanl have dark lines ami his mustaeh
J.oa a tawny amber shade of the vanishet
chestnut of youth. His blue eyes ar
bright and his cheeks ruddy.
Cephas Thayer , of Mcihvay , Ma a
cliusctts now in his ninety-third year , at
tended the funeral ceremoires of I'rjsi
dent ( Jarfield on Monday in that town
He also attended the funeral of Preside ! !
Washington in 1709 , being then ele\ei
years old. His health in btill very good.
r. Frederick Zeile , of San Francisco
will never die of excesMvo modesty. II
was thu medical adviser of the late .Tame
Lick , and presented a , bill of So.3,00
against the estate for services during th
lasl year of Mr. Lick's life. After inak
ing a Blight deduction of $48,000 the cour
allowed the bill , and Dr. Zeile went away
satisfied. Only a few patients at S3,0 < )
per annum arc needed to enable a iloctu
of luodest desires to live comfortably.
POLITICAL , NOTES.
Pennsylvania will cast a big off-yea
Judce Tourtee , Bays that the most re
markable thing about President Arthur i
liis tromendouH organizing power.
Picsident Gaifield i tha third tn die o
the fifteen member * of the electoral com
mission. Senator 0. P. Morton wai the
first , and Justice C.ifford the second.
The b > Ht New England observers thin !
that Chief Justice Uray , of Massachussett
is mote likely to occupy the seatof Jus ice
Clifford than either Kdmunda or Boutwell
M yor Means , of Cincinnati , haa issncc
in order positively forbidding policemen
to tike any active part in political affairs
under penalty of dismissal from the force
Senator Lamar thinks Conkling will not
accept a cabinet portfolio , because he
"would never consent to hold any power
, ho tenuio of which de [ > ends 'upon another
: nan'n will. "
Florida has a humorous stalwart natnet
Hicks who in in the hand * of his trieudsto
jo pushed for the cabinet as a successor to
L'ostmastcr James. It would bo gratify-
ng to hear why Hicks considers himself a
tetter man than James for the place.
John C. Now has ajafn started for
Washington to press his demand to bo
"recogn zed. " Ho hai id ready b"en ri > -
waltzed as ono of the ino-t persistent
illtce-seekiog bores in Indiana. John
he would ornament a cabinet posi-
ion or the Mexican mission.
At a mcmorhl meeting in Washington
aat week Fred JiorgNs said that 1'rci.i-
leut Garfield < < ad ! to him soon after he be-
sama president : "Douglas- mean to
ako a mop forward , not backward ; I in-
end to send colored rcprcscntatix1 * not
inly to the colored governments , but to
lie white po > eruments. How do yon
lank that they will bo received } "
It was the policy of General Gnrliold
o represent in his cabinet all sections
if the republican party , nnd to select
or cabinet ministers men who were
ilready well known , men who were
> ettor known to the country , perhaps ,
han to him. This was an assurance
hat the conduct of the administra-
ion would respond to the average
iontimcnt of the whole party , and note
o the sentiment of some ono partial-
ar portion of it , all other portions bo
ng stigmatized as weak-kneed , as
Usloyal , as persons without con-
'ictions , nnd without any rights in
ho party. General Garliold might
lasily have followed a dilleront
) olicy ; and without essaying
mything very original , either. He
night have recognized ns great men
inly men who flattered him copiously ;
io might have looked upon all men
rtio criticised any of his acts as ono-
niea to the party , and men whoso loy-
Ity to the country was fur from being
hove question ; ho might \\K\Q \ \ ap-
lointod General Swuim net-rotary of
rar , Captain Rockwell secretary of the
uterior ; mode Dick ParsoiiH , of CIovo-
ind , attorney general , and sent
iroUior-in-Lnw Iludolph to Rome or
ladrid as , minister ; ho might have
ursued this policy farther ; instead of
irofuHy perusing u largo nuiuberof pa-
era publiahed in different parts of the
Duntry , and taking other means of
nding out whether the country ap-
roved his acts , ho might have mauo
the press the objects of his most snv
ngo remarks , nought ail vice and in
formation only from his chums , nni
nnulo hiniHuli bcliovo that ( ill tlios
who ( lisapproxud of niiytliing lie dii
were bad men , who were simply seek
ing to rcvongo themselves on him
When the utar route frauds wcri
brought to light , ho might have in
vited Dorsoy nnd Brady to the wliili
house , given noticu that lie was goini
fo "stand by his fiicnds" wlicn the
were "under fire , " treated the post
master-general in such n way ns ti
compel his resignation , nnd dircctoc
the nltornoy-gonernl to dismiss all tin
associate counsel of the govcrnmcn
who wcro making themselves conspicu
0113 by their activity in pushing tin
rascals to the walls.
Ho might have done nil that , am
much more in the same line , nnd in
stead of making himself odious to tin
whole country ho would have filloi
those who profited by his policy withi
strong dusiro to ro > olcct him prusidun
every four years so long ns his lif
Ma8acluit.ctts * ComcnUon.
Tlio administration of Prcsidoii
Gnrficld , although cut oil'ns soon .T
it had begun , will bo memorable ii
our annula ns ono of rapid and splen
did stntcamanship. If vindicated , it
an unpnrnllollcd contest , the constitu
tional prerogative ot tlio oxeuutivi
ollico. It successfully completed tin
great work of refunding the publi
debt , notwithstanding the embarrass
ing situation created by nn incompo
tout congress. It overthrow n pow
erful conspiracy of plunderers of tlu
treasury , nnd prepared their indict
inont. It introduced into the pos
oflico department a thorough business
system that will make it self-support
Ing while increasing its usefulness. '
Iowa and Kirkwood- -
lies Mollies Kcgutcr.
President Arthur may think it besl
that Secretary Kirkwood should re
turn to Iowa. But the people
of Iowa may think it besj
that Secretory Kirkwood should
oturn to Washington. The }
lave not been ontirefy in hnrmonj
withjGcn. Arthur heretofore and thoj
nay not bo on the question of return-
ng Secretary Kirkwood. to private
Jacob Martzolf , of Lancaster , N. Y. ,
says your SriilXd BlxmoM works well foi
everything you recommend it ; myself ,
vife and children have all used It , and you
can't find a healthier family In New York
tato. Oct , fi , 1880. Price IX ) cents , re-
ail bottles 10 cents. oct3eodlw
THEE OF COST.
Dn , KINO'S NEW DISCOVKUY for
Consumption , Coughs and Colds
Asthma , Bronchitis , etc. , is given
away in trial bottles frco of cost to
the nlllictcd. If you have a bad
cough , cold , difficulty of breathing ,
hoarseness or any ntfection of the
throat or lungs by all means give this
wonderful remedy a trial. As yon
value your existence you cannot
nllbrd to let this opportunity pass. ,
Wo could not atlbrd , and would not
give this remedy away unless we
know it would accomplish what wo
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless
cases have already been completely
cured by it. There is no medicine in
the world that will euro ono half the
cases that DR. KINO'S NEW DISCOVERY
will euro. For sale by
C ) TSH & McMAiiojf , Omaha.
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Bacftncfie , Soreness of iho Chest ,
Got * , Quinsy , Sere Throat , Swell
ings and Sprains , Burns and
t Scalds , General Bodily
foottif Ear and Headache , Frosted
Foot and Ears , and all other
Pains and Aches.
We Preparation on rtrtb tqutli ST. JACOBI Oil
MI faft , * urt > iniflc nU cheap External
( bluedA trial cntalli tut ( he coropantlrtlj
Idling outlay of 60 Onti , and every one tuffer.
11 with palo can bar * cheap aud poaltiT * ores/
of IU clalmt. .V
Directions in Eleven Languegoe , t f
WIiO BY ALL DSTJQQIBT8 AKD J3EALEBB
A. VOGELER to CO. ,
A reward will ba paid ( or her
cturn or iTiforumtioii limllnir to her recovery.
V. K. CATIIKY. Kort Calhoun. Neb 7 3.u2t
1. Notice Is hereby Kien that D. Iwrr , E. D ,
'an 0 urt and 1) 1' . jlurrlmvu IticoriKimted
ncmschc under the name of thv "Omaha Im
ilcnicnt Company. "
2. Tha iirlnclpal plan of traiiBactlnjr the bull
rui of kald Incorjiorution u Oin&lm , Neb ,
3. The nature of the bmlncu of said inuornor
tlon U thii ealo of gcueral fann llnihlnery , Uuif
lc and Wttgonn.
4. The amount of capital stock au'horlzedlg
50.000 f0 of which t ,600.00 must bo aubscrlticd
nd one lialf of KklJ latt intiitloned sura be | iald
i before uatd ( ompany shall commence ImuincM.
tld tock to be dirlded Into shares of tlOOi aih.
G. The hlvhcst amount of Indebtedneea Ihnt
an bo IncurredbysaUlliicorporatlonlatuo third *
i the capital ttocU [ aid In , und there shall bo no
idit Idual liability on the part of the stock holi-
0 , Thu affairs of said corporation aru to be con *
uttod by a prcxldent , secretary and treasurer ,
lie shall constitute a board of directors.
7. Haldcorp ration uliall commencoon thelSth
ay of Septciul.er , 1881 , and shall terminate on
no 1st day of September , A. D. 1890.
U , III KB.
i K. U. VjlX COl'RT.
, D. P. OlKR
Omaha , Neb. , Oct. 3,1881. 03 ev mon it
W. J. CONNELL ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
k uuiiviufi 4i fy ,
u , .
TM BEST BAEGAINS
IN THIS CITY.
ID CASH PAYMENTS' '
Required of Persons Desir-
in to Build.
LOTS ON PATKITS
85 TO 81O
Aaeist Purchasers in Buildingv
We Now Offer For Sala
RESIDENCE LOTS ,
Located on 27th , 28th , 29th
and 30th Streets , between
Farnham , Donglasand the pro
posed extension of Dodge St. , ,
12 to 14 Blocks from Court
House and Post Office , AT
PRICES ranging from
- $300 to $400
which is about Two-Thirds ot
their Value , on Stun 11 Monthly
Payment of $5 to $10.
Parties desiring to'Build and
Improve Need Mot Make any
Payment for one or two years ,
but can use all their Means foi
Persons having $100 or $20C
af their own , But not Enough
bo Build such a house as they
want , can take a lot and we
( vill Loan them enough to com *
plete their Building.
Those lots are located between the
MAIN BUSINESS STREETS of the
: itys within 12 minutes walk of th
Business Center. Good Sidewalks ox
; end the Entire Distance on Dodge
Street , and the lots can bo reached by
nay of cither Farnham , Douglas or
Dodge Streets. They lie in a part ot
ho city that is very Rapidly Improv-
ng and consequently Increasing in
yiiluo , and purchasers may reasonably
lope to Double their Money within u
Some of the most Sightly Locationt
n the city may be selected from these
ots , especially on 30th Street
Wo wjll build houses on a Smal
Jasli Payment of $150 or $200 , and
ell house and lot on small monthly
It is expected that these ] ots > ill ba
apidly sold on these liberal terms ,
nd persons wishing to purchase
hsuld call at our oflico nnd secure
heir lots at the earliest moment.
Vo are ready to show these lots to all
ersons wishing to purchase.
BOGGS & HILL ,
leal Estate Brokers ,
forth Bide of Farnham Street ,
Opp , Grand Central Hotel ,