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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FJRIDAY OCTOBER 7 , 1881
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THE GAHXTEUD MONUMENT
CLEVELAND , September 27.
To the People of the Unittd Siatct :
The movement to secure funds for
the erection of a monument over Gen.
James A. Garfield is being responded
to from all sections of the country ,
cast , west , south nnd north. In order
to make it popular , it is desirable for
the citizens of all the states to imme
diately organize. The committee ro-
ipcctfully requests privato'banks and
Bankers nnd postmasters to receive
contributions to this fund nnd remit
the same to the Second National bank
of Cleveland which has been desig
nated as the trcsuror of this fund.
Also send the names and poaloflico ad
dresses of contributors.
J. H. WADE ,
H. B. PAYNE ,
Jos. PKKKINH ,
In response to this call THE BEE
would earnestly urge upon , al patri
otic citizens who desire to perpetuate
the memory of the lamented president
to contribute their mite to the pro
posed national monument.
In this city contributions will bo re
ceived at the following named bank
ing houses : First National bank ,
Omaha National bank , State bank of
Nebraska , nnd Caldwell , Hamilton &
Wo would nlso urge the organisa
tion of local and state monument as-
Donations. Patrons of Tun Br.i' may
forward their contributions di
rect to this ' ofllco nnd wo shall no-
knowledge the receipt of nil such con
tributions , through the columnn of
Tin : Douglas county .light i , a free
for nil nnd the devil catch the hind-
jnost , ]
AND now' wo nro to have no more
"stalwarts" or half-breeds , but us m
times gone by united republicans.
TIIK Now York convention wns un
usually quiet but by general consent
it is prononncou a howling success
YOUK has thoroughly reorgan
ized her state central committee. No-
briwka needs a little New York in
HEUEAITEU Judge Maxwell nnd his
political friends will tuko no stock in
the editorial pufls of the Omaha llc
KINO KALAKUA has bankrupted his
treasury department for several years
to come by purchasing n ticket to San
PrnncJBCO over the Union Pacific road.
TIIUBSTON is not a very great suc
cess as maker of supreme judges. 'His
Dilworth boom was , if anything , n
greater failure than his Haywanl
ABLE senators and representatives
to voice the demand of the people for
permanent improvement of their great
water ways nro one ot the most press
ing needs of the West.
OIIIO'H brewers nnd liquor dealers
have organized to oppose all temperance -
anco candidates , It is safe to say thnt
the brewers nnd liquor dealers will
Hoonor or later bo defeated.
WHEN John Kelly hoists up that
Tammany Hag with 1)0,000 demo
cratic voters emblazoned on its front ,
Mr. Tilden's cheerful smile fades at
once into a solemn melancholy.
OJIAHA'H police need n thorough
atirring up. There is too much an
gelic serenity about the manner in
which the diveH and dens of this ciiy
arc permitted to carry on their nefar
JUPOK TOUUCIEK nays thnt the most
remarkable thing about President Ar
thur ia hia organizing power. Presi
dent Arthur has our thanks for his
organization of the Now York repub
VBNNOH may as well hang hia bar
ometer out to tiir. Ho predicted for
the end of September frosta nnd anew ,
and lcft _ put entirely the palm leaf
farJ2ijvicU [ Voro 'called into general
mo throughout the countryt . t , , -
THE STATE CONVENTION.
In view of the fact thnt this is pre
eminently nn oft' year in Nebnwk ;
politics , the republican etato conven
lion , which met nt Lincoln 01
Wcdncsdny to nominate n miprcnv
judge nnd two regents of the ntnt <
university , discharged its duty credit
ably. Numerically , the convontiot
was the largest representative gnthor
ing thnt haa over taken place in tin
stnto , nnd while some of the countic ;
on the frontier were unrepresented
nnd n Rrcnt number were roprcscntcc
by proxy , the convention contained i
fair representation of nil the clement
of the party.
The Union Pacific railroad element
was conspicuous nnd aggressive bill
very decidedly in the minority. Uu
dor the leadership of J. M. Tliurslor
they made n desperate but unsucccss
ful attempt to nominate Attorney
General Dilworth for the supreme
bench. The fact thnt they niiulo Uiif
effort nftor they urged the ronomiiu
lion of Judge Maxwell in their Unioi
Pnoific organ cannot fail to strengthen
the Judge with the people.
The convention infused now blood
nto the university management in
nominating lion. Isaac Ton-era foi
regent , nnd it ia to bo hoped that Mr.
Wield , who has boon honored by n
ronominntion , will join Mr. Power *
11 nn effort to roacnur.\to ; the univors-
ty which has practically dcgon-
orated into n theological semi
nary. The action of the convention
on the contest in Boone county es
tablished n dangerous precedent that
hould not nnd must not bo sustained
) y the party in the future. To clothe
n county central committee with
ho power to appoint del
egates to a state convention ia an
unwarranted assumption of power
hat never can bo delegated to com
mittees. It strikes at the very root of
mrty representation and would , if
arried to a legitimate outcome , em-
> ewer the national committee to ap-
toint the delegates to national con-
entions nnd force upon the party the
animation of a president who is not
THE NEW YORK CONVENTION.
The republicans of the Empire state
ml the republican pnrty throughout
10 country inny well congratulate
lomsolvcs over the results of the
few York Convention. A more har-
lonious political gathering in which
.wo . strong wings of n party wore rep-
csontod has never assembled with less
ashing or with n inoro happy outcome
F pcacn nnd party unity.
From the opening to the close of the
( invention Jiot n single ind
ent occurred to which any ro-
luhlicnu .could tnko exception ,
'hero wns no old tteorcn to bo paid nt
lo oxpcnsoofpor8oiial feelings , ' no
oadora to bo dethroned in order to
iak'o way for , vaulting ambition , no
action to bo humbled to tile dotri-
nent of party unity. NYitt ponionnl
utility nnd factional strife subdued
> y the great Borrow under which the
ation has been suffering , the Now
rork convention resolved that the
iiino of republicanism wax broad
nough to cover n whole party nnd
wept from the political dictionary
10 contemptuous tornm coined
n the heat of factional conflict. The
> road , conciliatory nnd thoroughly re-
mblican sentiments which controlled
lie management of the entire gnthcr-
ng mnrka a now era in New York
> olitic3 nnd given the key note to the
mliticnl future ,
President Arthur will receive duo
reclit for a largo share in this happy
esult. His dignified , manly nnd
minently discrete bearing since fate
ailed him to the presidency haa daily
ncrcasod the confidence of the people
n his ability to fulfil satisfactorily
do trying duties of his position. Ho
las now declared that ho will be the
> resident of no party faction , Hia
uccess as a peace maker shows his
orco of character no ICBH strongly
ion his well known ability as a poli-
cal organizer. , In tendering to the
> resident their entire confidence and
arnost support the republican of
'Tow ' York only voice the sentiment of
10 republican party throughout the
Mr. Conkling'f ) attitude ia worthy
f nil praise nnd will bo appreciated
) y his party. Wo nro not disposed to
ook upon the result of the orgnniza-
1011 of the convention as any huinili-
tion to the ox-senator , nnd there is
o doubt that the spirit of the rosolu-
ions nnd the tone of the convention
: sclf would have boon little dill'eront
: Mr. Conkling'a personal following
md controlled the gathering
nd appointed its commit-
cca. In absenting himself
rom the list of delegated Mr. Conk
ing exhibited n doiuro for harmony
nd party unity which will bo appro-
iatod nowhere more gratefully than
> y his parly iu Now York.
If , as scums probable , the factional
ontcst in New York him now ended ,
uch un ending ia one of tliu moat
inppy auspices under which President
Vrthur begins his ndminiHtnition , and
lie first fruiU of James A. Garfiold'a
uath are showing themselves in n
mrty unity which it was the aim of
iis short administrative lift.1 to a'ecom-
TUB endeavor * which tiume papers
ro making to persuade the public
lat a serious breach exists between
.TV/ * . [ f , " > . IV "
President Arthur and Senator Slier
mnti have no basis in fnct. Mr. Ar
tliur's friends deny emphatically thn
it is the intention of the president t <
make nny discrimination against Mr
Shornmn in the proper distribution o
patronngp , or thnt the now oxccutiv
cntcrtnina nny resentment which In
will fool called upon to mnki
effective in his donlings will
Senator Sherman. President Arthn
during the short time in which ho ha
performed the duties of chief oxccu
live lift's shown himself to bo posscssci
of nn unusual amount of lact. Ho i
hardly likely to antagonize BO power
fui n member of the senate and si
earnest a worker in the ropttblicni
ranks nn Senator Sherman. And 01
the other hand Mr. Shorninn ia na un
likely to revive unpleasant momoriei
of the Now York colloctorahip or t <
cmbarnsa in miy way the proper carry
ing out of the republican ] > olicy of :
Tm : majorities in Ohio thin ycai
will probably fall greatly below thorn
given to the candidatca lost year ,
This is naturally to bo expected. A
full vote nnd General Garfiold'a popu <
larity nddod greatly to the strength oi
last year's tickei. This year Govern'
or Foster's popularity haa somewhat
suffered , and the prohibition issue
comes to the front as a dividing force.
But in spite of those drawbacks and
the heavy expenditure of money bj
Mr. Bookwnltcr , the state ia almost
certain to re-elect its ofliccra by good
majorities. Lost year the republican
candidate for secretary of state had
19,000 plurality and Governor Fostci
17,000 in 1879.
THE BEK acknowledges the receipt
of a program of the public services
icld in Washington Artillery hall ,
STew Orleans , in memory of Preaidont
jlarfinld. A magnificent oulogyof the
deceased was pronounced by the Hon.
Charles F. Buck. The vocal music
was rendered by the Now Or-
cans Liedor-tafol Union , and
Jnion nnd ex-confederate sol-
iiora marched aide by aide in
ho processions. These tokens of our
national unity brought out by a com
mon grief are inexpressibly touching
nd cannot but bind our people closer
n the tics of national affection nnd
TIIK resignation > of Mr. Foster ,
linistcr to Russia , has bcon tendered
nd accepted. General Garfield ap-
) ointod Mr. Foster minister to Russia
hortly before hia illness , and ho had
carcoly had time to reach his post be-
ore the president's death. Mr. Fos-
er's resignation confirms the remark
f a Parisian wit that American min
sters to Russia always lea"0 their
milks in Paris and carry only a trav-
ling bag to St. Petersburg. The
hortness of their stay nt the Russian
apital'makcs this precaution necos-
ary in order toiiavocxpcnscu'on ' extra
baggage. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
LAST ycnr the people of the United
States reduced their national debt by
one hundred millions of dollars. In
.ho . throe months since July lat $41-
00,000 have been taken oil' from the
ncomo bearing debt of the nation
ud the payments by the close of the
ear promise to exceed by at leant
' 25,000,000 those of last year. It is
question whether the people should
tot now bo relieved from thu burden
f the indirect taxation necessary for
uch rapid extinction of our bonded
A COMI-ANY has lately been formed
n Now York City for the manufnc-
uro of a newly invented and remark-
ibly promising style of combined pal-
nco and sleeping car. Its construction
H very simple nnd it costs not moro
hun $1,000 in excess ot nn ordinary
lassengor cnr , It is safe to predict
hat the cheapness of the ear will not
mil down the present extortionate
trices of Pullman berths.
TIIK Globe-Democrat thinks that
yir. Elaine must not hereafter expect
o occupy too much space in the re-
niblican party. The Globe-Democrat
nny bo assured thnt , ns heretofore ,
lie apace occupied by Mr Bluinu will
) o measured only by his capacity as a
trong , earnest nnd able republican ,
whom the people will not willingly
DOUOLAH county farmers will fuel
n'oud of the sturdy sons of toil ( hat
oprcHonted them at tliolato state con-
ention. Chicago precinct was ropro-
ontcd by John M. Thurston , U. P.
ttonioy ; Valley precint by Frank
lanlon , U. P. detective ; Union pro-
inet by Bill Umphorson , U. P. yard-
mster ; Douglas precinct by Charley
Jreen , U. P. assistant attorney ; Elk-
lorn by Lee Kstullo , postal clerk with
U. 1' , brand , nnd several other pro-
ints were represented by U. P. cap-
( era. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
TIIUEK of Denver's pnpora will here-
ftor publisli seven issues weekly , and ,
nstoad of congratulating each other
n their enterprise , they are quarrel-
ng over which is entitled to the credit
or originating the idea. Daily papers
vere published before Gov. Tabor
truck his minea and erected Denver's
TIIK Denver Tribune rises to romnrl
thnt "Senator Jones , of Novndn , win
nppenra to be President Arthur's con
( idcntinl adviser , ia the moat sonsibl
and conservative of the Conklin ]
faction. Ho 1ms n clear head an <
dreads extremes. If Arthur follow
his ndvico strictly he may nvoi <
NKW YOHK'S ' tax rate has bcon fixo <
for the coming year nt $2. ( 2 on tin
$1,000. No statistics are furnished o
her probiblo death rnto , but if tin
garbage factories on Hunter's Poinl
nro permitted to continue their poi
sonous work the 40,000 doatha of thi
past year will bo more thnn duplien
THUKKTON is always good on tin
retreat. His motion to make the
nomination ef Judge Maxwell unani
inoua was a more masterly display o :
political generalship thnn his glowin ;
oulopfy of Judcco Cobb , nt the meinonv
bio convention when Haywanl wai
dropped. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
IT will now bo in order for the lie
publican to rise and explain to Judge
Maxwell why Thurston , Yost nnd tin
men who act for the U. P. monopoly
organized the movement to beat bin
while they wrro making loud profes
sions of being for him.
THE democrats of New Mexico nrc
clamoring'for a Bourbon editor to
conduct n rock rooted organ in thai
territory. Omaha cheerfully and con
fidently puts forward the claims oi
Dr. G. L. Miller.
BAD Knclsco Chronicle. .
The people of the United Status-
more especially of thu Pacific const
wnnt a ship canal through the Central
American isthmus. The government
and people of Colombia also want it ;
and they have given a charter to a
jompany composed of American ,
English , French and German atock-
ioldura to construct it. But the great
transcontinental railway corporations
who enjoy a monopoly of the carrying
, mde between thu Pacific and Atlantic
do not wish to see created such a com
petition for that trade as the canal
lompany would be. So they oppose
t by nil available methods. First
.hey said the stock could note
> o taken. It wus taken. Then they
said the canal would cost so much
hat it could never bo made to pay
vithout charging extortionate tollsj
and they brought out the Nicaragua
'onto as cheaper nnd better , in the
lope of frightening of the Panama
iompany. Thnt company refused to
jo frightened. And now , as n last
esort , these incorporated railway pol-
ticiuns are relying on the Monroe
loctrino dodge , having twisted it into
i shape whicli the original never luul
It is un open secret thnt just before
Inyes went out of ofllco n protocol
vi3 : submitted to the Colombian min
uter at Washington for certain iimend-
ncnts lo the treaty of 1810 ; one of
vhieh is thnt Colombia shall consent
hat the United States shall bo the
uprcnic judge of what shall consti-
, ute ojuat cause for our interference
agniiiBt any movement on the part of
my nation er nations of Europe to
limit itself in any way upon the ter-
itoiy of Colombia ; nnd also of
ho .stops needful to bo taken in the
( remises. The Colombian minister
10 * not yet presented the reply of his
'ovcriuuent to that insolent paper.
Should his government assent to the
Icmand , it will bo asked to break up
the contract made with the Do Los-
sops company , which might bo treated
by Franco as a cause of war , and wo
should then be in honor bound to de
fend Colombia. Should the Colom
bian government not consent to the
terms of the protocol , but insist on
her right , ns a sovereign power under
the Inw of nations , to dispose of her
territorial privileges ns she sees fit ,
appealing from a false construction of
the Monroe doctrine to the universal
judgment of all nations , what then ?
Either wo shall have to give up the
maintenance of the Monroe doctrine or
forcibly occupy the territory of our
weak neighbor nnd dragoon her into
acquiescence. Thn' , nlso , would give
Franco , nnd possibly other European
Powers just cause of war against us.
In case such a war should happen , the
United States eould not reasonably
hope for u single ally unions nil the
Spanish American States. For everyone
ono of them would share the in
sult offered to Columbia nn in
sult thnt plainly says to her nnd
all the rest of them , you shall
not do as you please , but as wo please.
If Do Lessepa cannot build a canal at
Panama by means rained in Europe ,
then Ends cannot build his ship mil-
way at Tehunntopco by foreign sub
scriptions unless the United States
consents. The slap that flattens Co
lumbia's face also gives Mexico n
bbiok eye , nnd Nicaraugua , nnd warns
Chile nnd the Argentines thnt their
time will come as soon as wo got
ready for it.
The absurdity of the American pretension -
tension ia visible nt n glance. Wo are
snying that foreigners ahull notcontrol
the stock of mi-isthmian rnodway for
ships ; yet wo admit the necessity of
Biich n niadwny or our own commerce ,
and nlso admit that the stock cannot
bo taken nnd controlled by Ameri
cana. Let us suppose that an Ameri
can company gets a charter from Nica
ragua or Mexico for such a road , but
thnt in five years after it has
gone into operation the major
ity of the stock drifts , us it
probably would , into the hands of
Englishmen , Frenchmen nnd dor-
mans. Would it not , then , be man
aged in the interest of those foreign
ers , quito ns much as Do Lcssops'
canal could bo ) It certainly would
bo. Wo are convinced thnt a canal
run by u foreign company would bo
better for the Pacific states than ono
under the control of the transconti
nental railway corporations , .And
we are moro and more of this opinion
na wo ace the hand of these Corpora
tions manipulating the opposition to
nny such roadway. If these manipu
lators briu ? the country into n war on
this subject , it is on San Francisco
and the Pacific coast towns that the
brunt of it must fall ; and it would
deal a crushing blow to our prosperity ,
Mining in llio southern counties of Cnlt1
fornln i * over for tlic fcnsoii ,
A corner in Imrley lini been manipulated
In ixia Angeloi county , nnd the price .ol
the nrticlc is goin tip rapidly.
Slixtn In found in largo qunntltiticit nlong
Rlnto Crcok , Tehntia county , nnd Is being
quarlrd. It tnnkof fmo siclownlks.
The /all choiring hni begun in the up
per end of Sonoma county. The fleeces nro
reported of average weight nnd in Rood
The wheat crop of Dr. Olccn < > f Cahm.
Cftl. , this year was tmly one hundred
tliMiiKand Back * , ftsftli > ' < t four hundred
thotiiixnd t < ackfl lout ycnr. Of this ycnr'a
crop the doctor will hivvo to nave 3T > 0,000
ACK8 for Heed , so that ho has only 05,000
nocks In market.
At linchannn , In Frcsho county , one
day last week , n violent rain storm canio
up , and during its progress hailfltoncs fell
as largo HA ( iiinll's cgge. Over three and
ono-hnlf Inches t rain fell In the upoce of
nn hour , nnd every llltlo gullcy WM trans
formed Into a torrent. Ono gentleman
averts thnt n atone weighing MK ) pound *
wm wonheu U | > on tils porch.
The mountain into which the llhift Dank
Company of Mooro's Flat , Novodn coun
ty , is working , took n slide Saturday
night. The nlldo extended 300 feet buck
from the face. Three monitors , winter-
pipe nnd tools were burled , but no men
were caught. The loss of property is es
timated nt alxwt 820,000. The IJoston
mine , adjoining the Jiluc Bank , loses
about § 10,000 worth of proi > crty by the
Rlitlc. Some pay it will tike nn cxpensio of
$200,000 to restore the mine * to tneir for
mer condition. _
plenty in the Judith ba iu.
The Helena schools have over 400 pupils.
Hntto lawyers ha\c organized a bar asso
Miles City has no clergyman located
within her limit ! ) .
IIolciiu has 250 Chinese , of which twen-
ty-tivo are women.
1'Iety Flat , or Graveyard Bottom , Is lo
cated near Miles City.
The nH'cssincnt in Iewin and Clnrko
county amount ! ) to over < " 3,30. > .409.
The Ileoton public schools have between
eighty nnd ninety children enrolled.
The three-mile Diggings up Bitter Hoot
pay from § J to 88 per dny per man.
Mount Gat field is 11,125 feet high.
Ounnison City has n new postofHcc.
Tiinldad is to have ft street railroad.
Colorado College nt Colorado Springs is
Work on the Colorado Springs now hotel
: s being pushed.
There is a stagnation in the theatrical
jusincKS in Central.
Two new smelters will be erected in
Sllverton next year.
Development oHnterests around Silver-
, on progresses rapidly.
Denver's grand jury is going for the rot-
.en foundations of her buildings.
South Pueblo has notified the vags. nnd
and bunko men to leave the city.
The Nova Scotia lode on Fletcher nioun-
ain is yielding considerable mineral ,
vhich is being tacked for nliipment.
The LivinRsto e mine , Chaffeo county ,
las been Bold to Philadelphia parties for
ono hundred and twcuty-tivo thousand
Itcport has it that Senator Plainly of
Canaan , has cleare4 nearly three million
lollare from mining investments during
, ho two years past.
The Ynkama river is lower , so old resi-
lents nay , than has been known for many
'ear * .
The culture'of buckwheat has been tried
iciirlDtiep'Creek Va\lt with great success
The contracts have been let for the Cath
olic church and school house oil Alain
treet nt Spokane ViMs.
During the month of August between
i7,000 and 88,000 have b-en collected on
reight received ut Spokane Falls.
One individual in Claekamas county ,
) regon , ships to San Francisco from 7 V
100 to 123,000 hoop poles every year.
A letter from the Assotin F'at reports
.hat "the poorest wheat threshed on the
lat so far thia year yielded over twenty-
ivo bushels to the acre. "
When the primacy buildings are com
peted 350 pupils can be accommodated in
, ho public Mshoolf ) of Dayton , and it is ex
acted that nearly every heat will be oc-
upied this winter.
The saw mills on Meacham creek are
destroying nil the fish in that strvain by
.hrowuiK their Haw dust into it.
A porcupine measuring four feet from
ip to tip wns killed in Croy'a Gulch ,
about a mile Irom Yrckn , the other day.
The right of way through the Umatilla
ndiau reservation han been granted to the
allroad company and thu amount of
noney asked for by the Indians as dr.m-
gos has been deposited with the govern
ment for their -use.
The onion crop in Clackaman county ,
las been stricken by blight this year. On
mny farms the tops of the onions have
led down before they came to maturity ,
'hero is noticeable a fungus growth upon
Item , and a minute insect may be found
which seems to feed ou the stalks.
Work on the Oregon Pacific railroad
ocs steadily forward. Grading on the
rst ten miles of the section is completed.
There nre now about 900 men at work on
he road , the majority between CorwvallU
ud Philomath , but tnnall forces nre dU-
rilmtcd clear through to Yiuiulna.
Beach mining is in lull blast below Cres-
cnt City , Nevada.
The burnt district at Austin Is to bo ro-
milt with atouo and brick.
It is chimed that the recent rise in SI-
rra Nevada was n swindling deal of the
The brick work for the first story of the
ew Nevada insane asylum , at Keno , is
The Humbolt reduction work * , " \Vimie-
nucca , nr < - being prepared with a view of
tarting them up directly.
The Shoo FIv minu on 1'rospcct moun-
alii , Kureka district , has been Bold to n
lotion company. The ore noways $ X > in
cold and $40 In hllver.
Seven acres of wheat , at Lake View ,
tear Iteno , Nevada , yielded MO bushels of
; raln , lacking ono bushel of being seventy-
hrco bushels to the acre.
The potato crop In the valleys of Ne-
ada In-this season the finest that haa been
cen for yearn. The tubers are unusually
arge , smooth and perfect.
The expert who was appointed to Inves-
Igate the oillcei of the clerk nd recorder
of Storey county , Nevada , reported that
he dally labor of each employe only aver
aged thu recording or copying ( if 850 words
> er day. _ _ _ _ _
Salt LUO'H ! fair was a great tuccc-as.
llailrooil building In progrcsblng In every
The supply of vegetable * In Utah Is un-
The production of thu Horn Silver in
August wns 82411,000.
The San 1'eto railrosd will tap Rome of
hn moat valuable inineM in the territory.
ThereUco-ulilerablotnlk of u largo iron
naiuifacturiiiR city viirincliitf up In the
coal ami iron fields of southern Utah , Al
ready three imiwrtfint railroads nre point
Ing in tlml direction.
The Chrlfty , UUh , ha declarctl an
oth r dlvldcmf of $0,000) ) tolnl to dite
Salt Lnko ill bo crowdcil this wlntc
with inlncra from Montana nnd Idaho v.'hi
have made good ftlakcf.
Stnrmont Silver mining company hav
resumed the payment of dividends am
paid one of five cents per share , on Octo
her 1st , ntfgre atliig 810.000. Total of foui
dividend * § 115,000.
At IiOgati Canon , Utah , last week
Abraham Hodges was instantly killed hi
n blow on the head from n piece of woo < t
His step-brother had the stick in his hand
when It cnnio in contact with n clrculai
saw , which suddenly whirled it througl
the air with irrcnt violence , utrikliif
Hodges with fatal effect.
Jlenrs svra numerous on Hood rirer.
Yankee Fork Is swarming with prospee
The Kinnikinlc district Is Knowing sign :
Bellevue bent Hallcy for the county sea' '
of Alhtirai county by one vote.
Several now strikes of mineral are re
ported from the Sawtooth district.
Its owners claim that the Kam's Hon
mine ia the greatest bonanza in the west
I ruinio Catholics hold n fair next week
Cheyenne Methodists will rebuild thcii
The Y. M , C. A. have oj > oncd n rcadlnf
room in Laramio.
New mineral discoveries are rcportec
from the Muddy.
Fears Are entertained of another upris
ing of the White Uiver Utes.
Numerous parties of Englishmen art
hunting in the Dig Horn mountains.
Nearly 5,000 settlers have gone Into
Crook and Johnson c .unties this season ,
Scrvicei In memory of the late presidcnl
were generally held throughout the terri
Work nn the artesian well nt liawlim
has been temporarily suspended until one
of the wells up the road is completed.
A stabbing affray occurred last week or
Little Powder river , in whicli an old BO !
dlcr named Stewart wn severely cut and
Sins of the Fathnr * Vtalted on the
Physicians say that scrofulous taint can.
not be cracicated ; we deny it "in toto. " II
you go through a thorough course of BUR.
DOCK Br.oon BITTKKS , your blood will get
as pure as you can wisn. Price $1.00 , trial
size 10 cents. Sodlw
FREE OF COST.
DR. KINO'S NEW DiscoVKIIY foi
Consumption , Coughs nnd Gelds
Asthma , Bronchitis , etc.- isgiven
awny'in trial bottles free , of cost to
the afflicted. If you have a bad
cough , cold , difficulty of breathing ,
hoarseness or nny affection of the
throat or lungs by all means give this
wonderful remedy a trial. As you
vnluo your existence you cannot
nfi'ord to let this opportunity pass.
"Wo could not afford , nnd would not
give this remedy nwny unless wo
know it would accomplish what wo
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless
cases hnvo already been completely
cured by it. Thpro is no mcdicino in
the world that will euro ono half the
cases that Du. Kijra's Ifmv DiscoVKKY
will cure. For sale by
G ) Isn & MoMAiiox , Omaha.
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Bacfache , Soreness of the Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sere Throat , Su/eff-
inps and Sprains , Burns and
* * Scalds , General Bodily
Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Feet and Ears , and alt other
Pains and Aches.
Cfc Pr p raHon on rth cquali ST. Jxroit Oil
M a fafe , turf , ilinpl * ted chrnp External
Hmedjr. A trial entalU but Ili comparatlYcl ;
titling outlay of 60 Centi , and erarjr one luffer-
( * C with pain can bar * cheap anil potltir * wool
at It * claim * Ja ,
TJIrectloni In Zltrtn LanfnagM " r
A. VOGZLER tfc CO. ,
Xaltimn-r- _ .
OTRAYED From Slcrt's Diablo , fmaha , one
O block mart ) , color toniculmt ( ailed , eight or
mnoycarsoldnulili8 ; about elcen hur.ilrod , ImU
on saildlu and brldlo A rew anl w ill bu paid ( or her
return or Information leading to her recovery.
W. K. CATJIEY. Fort Calhoun , Nch 793t
1. Notlca Is hereby civ en that I ) . IJurr , E. D.
Van Curt ami I ) I * . Ilurrliare Inconwratcd
themselves under tlio nainu ol the "Ouialm Im
plement Company. "
2. The principal plan of transacting the Intel-
IICM of lalil lncor | rution u ' 'niula , Kub.
3. The imturv of the bUBlntss of mill Incornor *
ntlon U tlio gala of general farm Mai'lilnery , ling-
Sin mid Wnjon .
4. The amount of cnpltal stock auihorlzeil Is
? M > , GOO.(0 ot which ttf.WU.OO uuibt bo suliscrlhcd
unif ono half of eaU lut inentloiiuJ sum bu paid
In bcforu Bald company thall commence builncB * ,
said Block to bo divided Into nharcs of 81001 ftoli.
C. The hl licet amount of InJulitcJness lhat
can bo lncurrcdbyBaldlncorK > rutloiilatuo-third | §
31 the capital ttock mill In , and tliero Bhall bo no
[ ndUldual liability on the part of the stock hold
er * thereof.
( J. The affairs of eald corporation nro to bo con-
.1 uctod by a president , seerctaty and treasurer ,
ulio ihall constitnto a lioard of directors.
7. Kaldcorp ration tluill commenccoii the 13th
layof Hoptvmlier , 1831 , and shall terminate on
the Utdayof Beptvmljfr , A. D. 1800.
I ) . Ili'Hit.
K 1) . VAN Coi'iiT.
D. 1' . Hum
Omaha , Nub. , Oct. 3,1881. o3 cv 111011 4t
W. J , OONNELL ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
Orrica Front Itoomi ( up stairs ) In Ilantconi'i
now brick building , M , W. corner Kltccnlb oil
arnhatu Street * .
D. S. BENTON ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
AIlBAClt liLOCK ,
UthSti. Um&h Net
CHEAP 'X \1
. * *
. / }
TM BEST BAEBADJS
IN THIS CITY.
10 CASH PATflEHTS
Required of Persons Desir-
in to Build.
LOTS ON PATIEUTS
Aesist Purchasers in Building.
We Now Offer For Sale
RESEDENGE LOTS ,
Located on 27th , 28th , 29th
ind 30th Streets , between
ETarnham , Douglas and the pro-
3osed extension of Dodge St. ,
L2 to 14 Blocks from Court
EEouse and Post Office , AT
PBIOBS ranging from
$300 to $400
which is about Two-Thirds oi
; heir Value , on Small Monthly
Payment of $5 to $1O.
Parties desinng to'Build and
.mprove Need Not Make any
Payment for one or two years ,
put can use all their Means for
Persons having $100 or $20G
of their own , But not Enough
; o Build such a house as they
want , can take a lot and we
will Loan them enough to com
plete their Building.
These lots are located between the
MAIN BUSINESS STREETS of the
ity , within 12 minutes walk of tin
Justness Center. Good Sidewalks ox
end the Entire Distance on Dodge
Street , and the lots can bo reached by
vay of either Farnlmm , Douglas or
) edge Streets. They lie in a part ot
ho city that is very Rapidly Iinprov-
ng nnd consequently Increasing in
Value , and purchasers may reasonably
tope to Double their Money within n
Some of the most Sightly Location !
n the city may bo selected , from these
ots , especially on 20th Street
Wo will build houses on a Stnal
Cash Payment of $150 or $200 , and
ell house and lot on small monthly
It is expected that thcso lotsjwill bo
rapidly sold on these liberal terms ,
nd persons wishing to purchase
lieuld call at our ollico ana secure
lieir lots at the earliest moment.
Vo are ready to show these lots to all
lorsons wishing to purchase.
BOGGS & HILL ,
Real Estate Brokers ,
North Side of Farnham Street ,
Ocp , Grand Central Hotel ,
OMAHA NEB ,
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