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IHJf OM&EA r DAiLYJBEE : WEDNESDAY . , MAY ! _ _ , 31883. _ . _ - .
METROPOLIS MUSINGS.
Arthur's Scheme to Secure a
Nomination ,
Cornell to bo Exiled and Rob
ertson to Run for
Governor.
The Butchers of New York and
the High Prices Asked
for Meats ,
Otlior Matters of Note in tbo Empire -
piro City.
New York Letter to the Phllldclphla Heron ) .
There nrn whispers in political cir
cles that a peace hns boon patched up
between the stalwart * and half-broods ,
the objective point of which is the
nomination of .President Arthur for A
aocond term. The latter has always
chafed under the idea of being an
accidental president , and desires that
his popularity shall bo put to the test
.of the ballot-box. Air. Arthur is n
shrewd local politician that is , ho
understands oxticlly how to handle
Now York City , and ho has some ex
perience with the state machine. In
the new deal Cornell is to bo provided
for by boinp sent aa minister to
England in the place of LowoU.
whoso recall has boon determined
upon. The refusal of the assembly
to allow the governor to name the
proposed railroad commissioners is
pointed at ns proof of settled
opposition to his ronomination and
of the lolly of his endeavoring
to secure the candidacy. The em
bassy to the court of St. James will
lot him down easy , and the outside
worli will not suspect that the gov
ernor is shelved for lifo. If this can
bo satisfactorily arranged Collector
llobertsnn will resign and become the
republican candidate for governor.
Robertson is very popular , has no
special objection to Arthur so long aa
Grant is out of the way , and is re
garded as the bent man enwhom to
unite his party. In return for this
concession to the half-breeds
the president is to have the
atato committee , and will nominate
his personal friend and old chum ,
Police Commissioner French , to bo
collector of the port , thus keeping
the power of conducting the campaign
and the patronage which 'will furnish
the "soap" in his own hands. It is a
very nice play , neatly dovo-tailod in
its minor details , and the
only question seem * to bo now wheth
er Cornell will "kick. " It leaves out
of consideration the third party ele
ment and the results ot the antimonopoly
nopoly conference ; but the republican
managers say that this concerns the
democrats more than themselves , as
any now party will draw five-sixths of
its votes from the democracy. The
now arrangement is the result of Sec
retary Folgor's recent visit to Una city
and Albany. Folger is one of the
keenest wiro-pullora in the state , and
ho is credited with the ability to
handle Cornell at his pleasure , being
conversant with all the secrets of his
administration from the start , through
his residence at Albany while chief
judge of the court of appeals. It is
certain that the president is doing his
best to unite his party in this state
and to make its indornomont of his
administration successful at the polls.
A MEAT 1'AMINK.
Early on Saturday evening I
strolled down to Washington market ,
and was surprised to find the butchers'
stalls all closed. On making inquiry
of a dairyman in the market , ho said :
"They all wont homo early. What
was the good of their staying hero ?
They cannot make a cent. Meat is so
high that there is no profit in its sale ,
nnd so they supply only their regular
customers , and lot ocoassonal buyers
look out for themselves. It cost that
man opposite mo $140 a day more to
buy his stock now than it did a year
ago , and though ho can got SO cents a
pound for his choice steaks ,
ho , cannot make a penny
out of it. " Some of the
butchers are losing heavily by
their contracts with the hotels and
the steamship lines. The hotels are
making money and are all crowded ,
but they hold the market men to
their contracts , although some of
them are on the verge of bankruptcy.
Those who fool this meat-famine the
most severely are poor men on sala
ries , mechanics and people of limited
means. Rents (50 ( up and provisions
advance in price , but salaries remain
at a eland-still , and only those who
have a trade can strike. The strikes
are the natural and necessary follow
ing of the largely increased
cost of living , and 'as a rule
they have boon successful here.
TUB UHOTHKHHOOl ) OF IfUTCHRUH.
The metropolitan butchers ore solid
men in every sense of the word. Not
& few of them Are millionaires , but
oven in wealth they reserve the son-
Bible habits of old days. They have
always had pride in their profession ,
and in great processions like those
which celebrated tbo Erie Canal open <
ing , the completion of the Croton water
tor works and the Atlantic cable , they
turned out in their chocked suits and
aprons , mounted an their own horses
a rosy , rotund and weighty squad
ron. In the war of 1812 they wore
foremost in throwing up earthworks
On Harlem Heights and doing sentry
duty "at the Battery and oth
er fortifications. One of the
most conspicuous of the Washing
ton Market butchers is Isaac
W. Halsey , who is an authority on all
quobtions concerning game , and who
baa a largo line of custom. On Sun
day ho-preaohea at the Laight Street
Baptist church , ofwhich he is pastor ,
and ho is as powerful with the bible
as he is with the cleaver : Ho accepted
the pastorate ten years ago , with sixty
members , and to-day the church has
nix hundred communicants , and is
about to erect a larger edifice up
town. His salary of $1,500 has been
donated to works of charity , though
alt/ays paid by the congregation.
There are few more brilliant preachers
in the city than the Washington mar
ket butcher , and none in his denomi
nation to out rank him.
VOTATO HUWLY ViiOU HOOTUN1) ,
The importation of potatoes from
* - ' - V . WXMinfo.l * „
are much inferior to the mealy pota
toes grown in the west. It is ft
curious fact that those potatoes have
been shipped to the garden spot of
thla country. Over sixty car loads
have boon snipped to Monmouth , 111. ,
by one broker. A resident thorp put
nil that ho was worth in the world
about § 0,000 into Scotch potatoes ,
an'd n few days ago ho wrote to his
broker that ho had doubled his money.
A quantity of potatoes have been sent
to St. Louia and Chicago. Cabbngca
imported from Germany have also
been sent west. The profit of the
middlemen upon the importation of
produce has been largo , butnuch n de
mand has never existed before , and
they do not expect to nee it again.
Tnoreforo they have gene in to make
money out of it while it last , One
broker in handling foreign potatoes
haa made 8:1,000 : this spring.
MUSICAL EVK.NT.
The musical event of the year is to
bo the seven performances of the
music festival next week in the Sev
enth regiment armory , with its seventeen -
teen soloists of high repute , its or
chestra of 300 instruments , and its
chorua of 3,200 voices. The influx of
strangora promises to bo largo , nnd
the sale of seats haa already been
great. It is claimed , and with appar
ent fairness , that in point of scope ,
variety , excellence and general inter
est the scries of programmes has
never been approached by any list of
compositions chosen for interpreta
tion during the progress of any
similar unoortaking. ThomusicchoBon
is representative of nil aces , climpa
and stylos. From Btradolla's "Aria
di Chiosa" to the air from Verdi's
"Emon ! . " from Mohul's "Envain
Pharaonr' ' to Wagner's "Wedding of
the Sword , " every form of ancient
and modern music ia embraced within
its limits.
The stage for the chorus and orches
tra will bo almost n city block long
and nearly 100 foot deep. The seats
for the singers will bo nmphithoatri-
cally arranged , and will rise to a
height of 38 feet. When this great
stage is filled with the thousands who
are to take part in the performance it
will oiler a most imposing spectacle.
The orchestra will bo in front , massed
in the centre , nnd the choristers will
rise row upon row , circlewisc , to the
roar ; and not only the performers ,
but also the audiences , will bo a nota
ble sight performers and audience
numbering moro than 11,000 persons.
Eight of the largo windows on the
sides of the armory , as well as nil the
doors , will afford exit to this great
throng , and each person will outer the
building by that entrance which ia
nearest to his seat. In this way all
pushing and crowding will bo nvoido- ' ,
und system will take the place of dis
order.
The orchestra includes 60 first violins
lins , CO second violins , 30 violas , 30
violoncnllos and 40 double vases , G
cornets , ( > clarionets , 8 horns , 0 bas-
aootiBj G harps , G ( lutes and G oboes.
It is expected that there will bo 7,000
persons in each nudionco. There is
much curiosity to hoar them.
.NEWH NOTEH.
Archbishop McCloskoy'a new resi
dence , back of the cathedral nnd fac
ing Madison avenue , is nn architec
tural ornament to the city. Like the
cathedral ; it is built of white marble ,
is gothio in style { and is richly tilted
up. The largo library , which Is two
stories in height , has handsome windows
dews of stained glass , and is sixty-
four feet in depth. The edifice cost
§ 70,000 , and its coat haa been mot by
the gencroua gifts of rich Catholics in
this city. The furniture is in the
house , but the cardinal will not move
until the approach of warm weather
makes it perfectly safe for him to
do BO.
James Gordon Bunnotl'u now steam
yacht is almost completed. Seen upon
the water , it looks like nn ocean steam
er ; its linen nro extremely graceful ,
nnd with ita luxurious appointments it
will turn the perils of lito on the ocean
wave into a pleasure. Mr. Bennett ia
reported as preparing to take a voyage
around the world and make it a mem
orable ono as soon aa his yacht ia
ready for sea.
In connection with legislative at
tacks upon Judge Woatbrook , it is sig
nificant that The Hour makes n severe
criticism upon Judge Donahue in n
"Letter ton Judge" in ono of its series
of "Letters to Imaginary Persons. "
Another judicial overturn may bo im
pending. '
There is serious talk of turning A.
T , Stmvartit Go's up-town store into a
museum of living curiosities and "wax
figgers. " How nro the mighty fallonl
If the bones of the dead' dry goods
prince could bo found they would
doubtless rattle with indignation.
Abram S. Hewitt expects to bo
nominated for governor by the dem
ocrats , and wants to bo president.
Stick a pin there. M ,
ft PI fir Turned Into ( Pork iln Thirty-
ilvo Seconds.
Chicago Corri'ijiomlonco Now York World.
Of course I wont to see the stock
yards , but my visit had something of
a special character , for I saw a pig put
through its performances In thirty-
five seconds. What happened was
this : A lively piebald poker was one
of a number grunting and quarreling
in u pen. Ho was suddenly seized by
the hind log , firmly manacled and
swung through the fatal door which
no pig over returns. On the other
side stood a man
That two-handed engine at the door
Stand * reaily to umlte once and iinlto no
more
and the dead pig shot across the
trough and through another doorway ,
and then there was a splash aa ho
wont headfirst into a vat of boiling
water. Some unseen machinery
passed him along swiftly to the other
end of the terrible bath , and there
a wa er-wheoljook him up and Hung
him out on to a counter. Hero
another machine seized nnd scraped
him , and I'own the counter ho went ,
losing his head aa ho wont ,
and then , presto ! ho was up
again by the heels ; in one dreadful
handful a man emptied him , and while
another squirted him with fresh water
the pig ( registering his own weight on
ho passed the toller's box ) slid along
the steel bar from which ho hung , and
was whisked around the corner into
the ice house. Ono long cut of a
knife made two sides of pork out of
the piebald pig , and two hacks of a
hatchet brought away his backbone ;
and there , in thirty-five seconds from
his last grunt dirty , hot-headed ,
noisy the pig was hanging up in two
hpautifullv clean , tranquil ,
even added the ludicrous to it. Hero
was nn opinionated , piebald pip mak
ing a prodigious fuss about having his
hind leg tnjcen hold of , nnd lol before
ho had oven made up his mind whether
to squeal or only to squeak lip was
hanging up in nn ice house , split in
two ,
That the whole process ia rirtually
painless is beyond nil doubt , for it ia
only for the first fraction of the thirty-
fivoscconda that the pig is sentient ,
nnd I doubt if oven electricity could
ns suddenly and painlessly extinguish
lifo ns the lightning of thnt unerring
poniard , "the danger of mercy , " nnd
the immediate plunge into the scald
ing bath.
Pricoa or Bhort-HornB.
The public haCbc'on informed many
times during the past few years that
"tho bottom has fallen out of the
short-horn business , " and thnt here
after animals of this brood will sell nt
low prices. Mnny have declared thnt
tho'llorefords and polled Angus were
the coming cattle for beef , and that
the Jerseys and Ayreshiroa would dis
place all other breeds in first-class
dairy herds. When it was announced
that Hon. M. II. Cochrano , of
Canada , would sell all his
duchesses and most of his
Bates strain of short horns nt
the Union stock-ynrds on the 18th of
April , many concluded that ho was
preparing to retire from the business
of breeding the stock ho had given so
much attention to , nnd was about to
give his attention to other kinds of
cattle. When the day of s4o came
ho made a neat little speech , in which
ho declared that short-horns were his
"firat love" and would probably be
his laat , and that It was his intention
to breed them BO long as ho "owned n
hoof. " The sale called together the
best breeders in the United States and
Canada , and the bidding was
npiritod. Twenty-throe animals wore
sold , nnd brought the largo
sum of $49,005. Two cows
brought $14,200 , and ono sold for
88,500. , The average prieo paid for
the lot of cattle was $2,081.25. It is
evident from these figures that short
horns are still in favor , and that they
will not soon go out of fashion.
There may bo bettor cattle , but short
horns are otill regarded aa pretty good.
The circumstance that the number of
short-horns in the country is very
largo and is fast increasing docs not
seem to operate to bring down the
price of very superior animals. On
the other hand it appears to have the
contrary eilect. The moro animals
there are of this brood , the greater is
the desire to bring them up to a still
higher standard.
Treatment of Timothy.
An Iowa farmer has come to the
conclusion that the treatment gener
ally recommended for timothy is nil
wrong and contrary to that practiced
on all other kinds of vegetation. Ho
elates that the so-called authorities
recommend cutting the stalks quite
high , and condemn the practice of
pasturing the fields after the crop has
boon secured for hay or feed. In his
opinion the old stalk should bo re
moved after the ay the or mower haa
cut it off , I us it damages the root
and prevents it from throwing up
sprouts if it remains in the plant. Ho
notices that horticulturists cut away
the stalks of bushes that have pro
duced fruit , nnd that they nro careful
to cut off the limbs thnt have boon
broken or show siuno of disease , If
they remain they nro certain to take
up considerable sap Unit would other
wise go into wood in process of for
mation. The portion of the stalk of
timothy between the parr cut off by
the scythe nnd the root Is bound to go
to decay , nnd the sooner it is disposed
of the bettor for the living parts of
the plant. In harvesting timothy for
seed ho would cut it n little graon ,
nnd then mow close to the ground ,
curing the last cutting for
hay. Ho thinks it advantageous
to'pasturo a timothy meadow after the
crop of hay is secured so as to secure
the breaking off of the stalks that re
main below the scythe or cutter. If
his theory is the correct ono it would
bo well to use a heavy roller on n tim
othy field after the hay crop haa boon
secured. This would break oil the
stalks , and it the ground was tolera
bly wet would press the roots into the
soil so that they would bo loss likely
to be injured by the hot sun. It has
boon generally hold that the presence
of the stalks that remained after' they
had boon cut by the scythe was bene
ficial in shading the roots.
A Significant Fact ,
The clicapest incdlclno in ute ia
THOUAH' KthCTiua On. , because BO 11 til a
of | it ia required to effect n cure. For
croup , diphtheria , ami disease of the
lungs nnd throat , whether used for bath
Ing the chest or throat , for taking intern
nliy or inhaling , it ia n matchless com
pound. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 28-illw
An Answer for Brother Baxter.
Tons SUtlnj ; * ,
The llev. Whangdoodlo Baxter has
the most flourishing Sunday school In
Austin , A few Sundays ago ho asked
ono of his pupils : "Who is dat ar
mysterious beiu' from whom nuflin
am hid , who sees and knows every-
ting what happens ? I asked yur1 dat
quoshun las Sunday , and I now
wants do answer , " "I knows hit.
My fodder tele me do right answer , "
said ono boy. "Well , don , who does
yor fodder say am dat mysterious bein'
who knows all things what happens ? "
"Do foahman ob do , gran * jury ,
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The 15m SALVE in the world for Cuts ,
Drilled ! . Bores , Ulcers , Salt llheuin , Fever
Horca , Tetter , Chapped HuuJs , Chilblain * ,
Corns , aii'l all akin eruptions , and posl.
lively cures piles. It u guaranteed to
give eatbfaction or money refunded.
I'rice , 25 cents per box , For Bale by
O. F , Goodman
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
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Price , BnodCc , 11.00 per package , or ill pack *
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Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
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A trial entalli Lut tht comptratlrtl ;
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Corner Fourth and Locust Btreeti.
87. X.OT7XS , XKCO. ,
J.H. HURST , . - Prop.
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An ( tenant Ho'tiurait Ij'conncctocl with this
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( Suocostor to X > . T- Mount )
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Saddles Harness
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FANCY HORSE CLOTHING
Roljos , Dusters and Turf Goods
o t u. uEsciumoua.
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" The Best in The World , "
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A spoclflo ( or Hysteria , Dlzzincsa , Convulsions.
Nervous Headache , Mental Depression , Loss ot
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exertion , Bolt-abuse , or over-indulgence , which
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ono need suffer five minutes alter applying thli
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tbo Intense Itching , ( partlculaaly at night after
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Head what the Hon. J. M. Ccffinbcrry of Clere-
and sayi about Dr. William's Indian Pile Olnt-
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for tale by all druggteta or mailed on receipt
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bio cure tot
bmrtti. drunbennoBi ,
Uvcrotiuntt nsa of
You will be tcbaoooi
cured If you \at narcotic * .
Hop Bitter *
Ifyou are sim Boldhydms-
weak and rsts. Srcdzoi
owpplrltcil.try circulur.
Itt it may
save your
life. It hn HTG CO
emved hun fUtrJ
dreds. oronto , Out.
Dlecaso Ia nn i fleet , not n cause. Its origin la
within ; Ita minlleaUtlona without. Hence , to
euro the diaeabo the uu'SKnmat ba rcmottil , and
In no other uaycan a cure CM-r to cfTectcd.
WARNER'S SAFEKIDNDY AND
LIVER CURE te cbtablishod on Ju t this
principle. It realizes that
95 Per Cent.
stall diseases arlzo from deranged kidneys and
Iher , audit etilkcaat ones at tbo root of the
dllllculty. Tbo elrinoota of which It Is corapoeoJ
ict directly upon these great organs , both as a
lOODaud IIKMOKBR , and , by placing them In a
Dcalthy , condition , drive dlieaso and pain from
the system.
For the Innumerable troub'es caused by un
healthy Kldnoje. Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the dutreulng Dltordersof Women ; far Malaria.
in-J physical derangement ] generally , this great
remidy hai no equal , lit ware of Impostors , Im-
tailors and concoctions said tA bo ] u t on good.
For Diabetes , as for WARNER'S SAFE
DIABETES CDKE
1'Or Kale by all dealers.
H. H. WARNER & CO. .
me Rochester , N. Y.
BITTER5
Among the medicinal means of arresting d ! ea c ,
Ho.Uttcr'u ! Stomach fitters t.UmU pro-vmlnrnt.
It chucks the further progrcui of all disorders of
the stomach , lUer and baucU , rcthvutholtal
itamlna , prevents and rCTuillcn ilillU and ( u\cr ,
Increase ! ! the activity of the kidneys , counteract * a
tendency to rhvumatUni , and is a gunulno "lay
jndboUco to ugcd. Infirm and nvrtoiu JXTCOIX.
For tale by all druggUU and dealers generally
al to ml
KENDALL'S ' SPAVIN CURE.
rhe Most Successful Remedy ever iliscov
sred , as U Is certain In IU effect * and does not
blister , HEAD PROOF 1IKLOW , Also excellent
; or human fleth.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Washlugtcmllle , Ohio , June 17 , 1881. pa.
[ 1. J , KtNPAU. , &Co. : ucuts Readingourod >
rertlacmeut In Turf , Field and Farm , ot your
Kendall's Spavin Cure , ad raving a valuable
uid s ( ocdy horse which had been lame from
ipatlnforelgUeennionthi , I sent to you ( or a
jottlo by cxprwu , which In six weeks removed
Ul lameiiM * and enlargement and a Urg splint
roiu another hone , and both hones are to-uay
wtouud as colU. The one bottle HU worth to
n one hundred dollar * . Itotptetfully
i ours , H. A. UKITOLUTT , M. D.
Bond for Illustrate 1 circular gl lug poslthe
irocJ. Price $1. AH DrutrtUts have It or can
; ot It ( or you. Dr. II. J. Kendall & Co' , Pro *
irletow. tnoobnrgh Falls , Vt.
30Lt > BY ALL DRUQQISTS.
d-wly
' " .
Futtyv iirs'trimtuprovvu"BLACK.
W.B. MILLARD. V. U , JOUN30N
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and f Mesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Banuliors Lard , and Wilbor Mills Flour ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
REFERENCES :
OMAHA NATIONAL DANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO ,
STEELE , JJM1SON & CO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS AID MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Agents for BBHWOOD HAILS AND LAFLIU & SAND POWDER 0
HENRY LEHMANN ,
JODBER OF
WINDOW SHADES.
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
108 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
J. A.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH ; DOORS. BUNDS ,
/W8TATB / ADEN ! FOB MILWAUKEE CEMENT COUPAKT ]
Near Union Pacific Depot. - - OMAHA NEB
\
I. O.BERFELDER & OO. ,
WHOLESALE IILLINEET AND HOHDffl ,
130& and ,1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
Spring Goods Beceiving Daily and Stock very nearly JlJomplGte ,1
WHOLESALE AND RETAtt JOBBERS OF
CD
} *
JEWELERS' ' TOOLS AID MATERIALS
ALSO WESTERN AGENTS FORlTHE
SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CO.'S ORGANS.
Spectacles of the Celebrated STAR TINTED MAKE are sold
elusively oy us ,
DIAMONDS IN LARGE VARIETY.
Fine Line of Sheet Musio , Eastern Prices Da "licated ,
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
WHOLESALE JEWELERS , Opp. the Post-office
OMAHA , NEB.
POWER AND HAND
I
Steam Pumps , Engine Trirnmmgs ,
UININO UA01I1NKRV , BELTINO , HOSE , BRASS XSU IUON JTITINOa . . PIPE , 3TEAU
PACKLNO , AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. !
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURClfm'SCHOOL BELLS \
A SRANG 205 F " "v" St. . Omaha
. O.
WHOLESALE
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha ,
&
Wholesale Lumber ,
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