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9. THE DAlLf BEE WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1882.
"GATH. " t '
Popular Oppo'ltion to Boaeea
Strikes and the
Mr * Gnrflold'tJ ComfortrxTjlo P < m-
Glrotimitanoeit Tb e
Gn.rH old Monument.
lich' Men In Cleveland- Penn
The Qon. Richard 0. Parsons , of
Cleveland , was in' the city yesterday ,
h'lfd I aaktd him what were the pi-os-
pocts tot the next election in Ohio'
iNot vnry flattering to the rcpub
licans , " said ho.Vhilo I do not
predict that the btato wlll o democratic
cratic , there is apprehension of it.
The liquor interest may doaotnoharin
to the party , but not aa much as in-
differonco. The people nro not up to
their fervor of former years. A vast
apathy extends throughout the state. '
"Is it ascribable to the failure o !
Arthur's administration ] "
"Yes , I fear most of it comes from
dissatisfaction with the president , his
tidvisors , and the drift of his thought ,
favoritism and action. There was t
very good fooling to ward him fornomo
time , on the idea that ho would expand
pand to the placo. I am afraid the
contrary opinion fa generally proval
ont. Ho is rooted to his ways , attached
tachod to his idols , and is not going to
improve as ho goes on. "
, "Do you regard the republican
party as any weaker than in former
, years ? "
r , "No ; it has no enemy but itself to
fear. It Is overwhelmingly n major *
ity of the American people ; but the
i events following the last presi
> dential election Jiavo stiffened up mul
/ > titudes of republicans to contend with
the evils in the organization , and the
attempts to make machines in the
place of free thought and independ
ent men. This tyranny of what is
called party regularity began during
the administration of Johnson and
took hateful form in Grant's adminis
tration ; and now , wherever there is
a boss , the people are going to over
throw him. They began in Now
York and are keeping it up in Penn
sylvania , and throughout omr western
states there is a sort of growing foal
ing that Arthur is a national 'boss/
and , consequently they are going after
him too , unless ho is very prudent.
All these bosses had a warning about
six years ago , but they liavo not im
proved by the remembrance of the
number of senators who were dropped
n the different states , * "
"la not the prospect for industry
during the coming year indifferent ,
Jtfr. Parsons ? "
"Yes , I am sorry to say that busi
ness has fallen off , and now these ar
bitrary strikes are being organized on
a vast scale to increase the troubles.
The railroads hare not enough to
haul , owing to the failure of the crops
I st year- and the mills have very lit
tle to make , particularly iron-mills.
So just at this juncture a strike of
such proportions as has never been
aeon , perhaps , .in . this country is rais
ing its head , and I fear the poor are
qoing to suffer. Very many of them
, < Hd not want to go into these strikes ,
ve this amalgamated , union ,
fclWs > tte up many < la' * '
borers around the mills who are not
strictly ironmakers men who have
their little horse and cart and do some
hauling. They ore all being captured
by the anaconda of the strike. There
will not bo anything , however , to
carry till wo have a good crop , and
that remains to bo aeon. 80 railroad
speculation is not going to revive very
Boon , and I fear not railmaking and
iron making , "
"Mr. Parsons , does not the tariff
interest fool that it miaht have done
bettor had if it had listened to some
compromise , instead of working under
'high pressure for a few months and
"then going out of blast ? "
"I think that a largo proportion of
men of experience in the iron business :
ro growing reasonable about exces
sive protection. A few years ago they
were very indignant if a man was sus
pected of temporizing at all on the
'tariff question , Even , Qarfleld lost a
great many votes at one time because
ho had been elected a member of the
Oobdon Olub without his request or
i knowledge. But the injuries extreme
protection has inflicted upon the iron
men themselves are growing very pal
pable. Hero wo liavo a steamship
commerce on the North Atlantic ab
solutely in the hands of foreigners , /or
which Americans are paying ? 100-
000,000 a year a vast sum , which we
ought to have ourselves ; and our com
merce is dead , while our inanuiactur-
era Hash up into great activity for n
certain time , and then have a spell ol
stagnation , The outlook ia not good. ' '
HUB , UAllFIBLt )
"How is Mrs. Oftrlleld ? "
" $ ho is just as quiet , modest a lit'
tie woman as over , though she is a
rich woman now. That is to say uho
is DO much richer than shu over was
before that she is considered rich by
herself , her friends , ami her neigh
bors. I would like to take you around
to see her if you could come to Cleve
land. She is a great pot in our'town ,
though she does not Boom to know it.
Cleveland worships the memory of
'What is Mrs , Garflold worth ? "
"Well , you can sum it up. She has
f 300,000 in government bonds , the
result of the aubicription , Then her
husband's life was insured for $50.-
00 , which she promptly received.
She also was paid the salary of the
president for the unoccupied lirst year ,
amounting to about $10,000. That
makes $400,000 , does it not ? Very
well. Then add to it about $38,000 ,
the total amount , uf ter all the abuse
that was received , that ho was able to
accumulate iu a lif | of fifty years *
cuppoeo that the -income from this
total of more than , f 400,000 will be
perhaps $10,000 u year , She is also
put on the pension list at $5,000 a
year , 80 the to comfortable and can
i raise her children well , but the loa :
of Garfteld was a blow that will leave
its scar ai long as eho lives. Just
think of that little woman , almost
dying at the white bouse , when he
.took her to the-seaside1 and returned
death wound ; and she ,
then rallying watching over him for
months , surviving him , and boinj
well to-day IU
"What Is going to bo done about
the Garfield monument ? "
"My understanding Is that thcro is
now about $125,000 in the hands o !
the treasurer , and no monumenl
fund has probably over been put in
more careful hands. They desire to
erect something that shall typify the
wonderful hold that was obtained in a
few months'upon the universal hoarl
in this country. His memory is not
only deeply beloved in Northern Ohio
and throughout all our state , where ho
lived so long , but it is the rallying cry
for the moral nnd independent forces
in the country , and you can hoar hn !
name shouted in Pennsylvania to-day
stronger than all the living forms o
political power. People fol what was
the fact that ho wna n loving man
with a warm , boyish heart , and nflec
tlonato like a woman , and ho took his
instincts from the people , like Lin
"I aupposo you have a great many
rich mon in Cleveland ! "
"Olovolond is ono of the very boat
American exemplifications of the power -
or of this country to make men rich
who are intelligent , sagacious and at
tend to business. There were in the
noi hborhood of thirty subscribers of
$1,000 each to the Lincoln monument ,
and it is said that every ono of them
was worth $1,000,000. , The richest
man in Cleveland is Mr. llockcfollar ,
who is believed to bo worth $20,000 ,
000. AmasaStono ia worth $8,000 ,
Mr. Parsons enumerated half i
dozen other mon worth several millions
apiece , whom I forgot. Ho said that
Brush , the oloctrio light man , was becoming -
coming very rich. Gen. Payne , aon
of fl. B. Payno. was worth $2,000-
000 , ho boliovod. The debt of Cleve
land had boon cleared off to the
amount of $2,00&OUO in the past year ,
and was $7,000,000 , I think ho said.
Mr. Milton Saylor was _ present
during part of this conversation , and
spoke of the finances of Cincinnati as
being equally creditable , and both
Parsons ' and Baylor paid high compli
ments'to the sagacity and successful
finance of Mr. Ferguson , who built
the Southern railroad. Mr. Say
lor thought the debt of Cincinnati waa
not over $10,000,000 , now that the
railroad had bcon leased ; and Mr.
Parsons said that the railroad would
take care of Cincinnati.
Mr. John Hay , Mr. Parsons said ,
was going to Europe with his wife and
family to stay a year , his health ,
while fair , requiring some building up.n
I asked Mr. Parsons about the
now railroad line parallel t : > the Lake
"It is pretty well finished from
Cleveland to Buffalo , " ho said ; "al
though it has cost loss than the Like
Shore- stands at present , yet it is
marked up very high compared to its
actual cost. The Lake Shuro at onetime
time made enormous dividends and
watered up its stock until it has
roaohcd the prosonc ponderous figure.
The trouble with all our railroad
scheming has boon that we want to
put millions into our pockets at the
outset , and have the road picked to
pieces , a moro skeleton , to live a pre
carious existence for the rest of its .
THE PENNSYLVANIA aoVBUOBSHIP.
Mr. Joseph MoOammon , who is , I
tkink , assistant secretary of the into-
'riof dfipaVt'rriefit , 'tolffmo FToV'days
ago ( bat ho supposes ( ho democrats
would nominate for governor of Penn
sylvania pithor Judge Trunkoy , who
lives about Meadvillo , or Mr. Fatter-
son , the young controller of Phila
delphia city. Ho said that Trunkey
was considered a very strong man ,
and Mr , Marshall , of Pittsburg , had
said that if Crunkoy were nominated
ho would support him. Mr. Putter-
son was also a bright-minded man ,
but hardly experienced enough for
governor. Mr. MoOammon said ho
supposed that the , split in .Pennsyl
vauia would oloot a democrat.
Not a Beverage-
"They are not a beverage , but a
nodioino , with curative properties ol
ho highest degree , containing no poor
whisky or poisonous drugs , They do
not tear down an already debilitated
system , but build it up. Ono bottle
jontains more hops , that is , moro real
lop atrongth , than a barrel of ordinary
boor. Every druggist in Rochester
sells them , and the physicians pre
scribe them. " [ Evening Express on
Jefferson and Montlcello.
The proposition to remove the mor
tal remains of Thomas Jefferson from
Monticollo to a cemetery in Washing
ton naturally creates considerable our
priso , especially as congress had ap <
propriatud $10,000 for the erection of
a monument to Jelforson at Monti-
cello. The movement has the sane
tion of Mrs. Mookleham. of SVashing.
ton , who ia a granddaughter of Jeffer
son , but may not have originated with
her. The reason that aho aasignn it ,
that the ground ia not owned by the
family , but h is pasted into the hands
of aliens ; but this has been the casn
for half a century , and no objection
has been made to it hitherto. Mrs.
Meokleham is the nearest relative of
Jeiferson now living , but she has
reached the ago of ninety , and her ac
tion may bo prompted by owners of the
cemetery whithnr it is proposed to re-
inovo the body , and whore it is prom
ised aho will bjpormittod to lie , The
advertisement this transfer would
give the cemetery , especially if con
jrcsa build the proposed monument
there , might bo advantageous to the
owners , The proprietor of Monticollo ,
Mr Levy , lives in Now York City
Ho says in regard to the proposed
"Tho spot where Jefferson was
buried was selected by himself , and
there are peculiar reasons why his
wishes should bo respected , When
Jefferson and Dabnoy Oarr wore young
men , they inado an agreement that
whichever of them should die first
should bo buried by the survivor un
der a certain oak tree at Monticello ,
which was a favorite with thorn both.
Dibnoy Carr died in Franco in the
lrao of the Revolutionary war , and ,
after the war was over , Jefferson , in
accordance with his agreement , had
he body of Oarr brought to this ooun-
ry and buried under the oak.Vhen
Jefferson died ; he expressed in his Trill
tu desire to be buned in the ume
ficcludod f spot beside his friend. He
also loft diroctions/ns to the morlu
merit-to bo erected over hitni His
wife and children were buried in the
same plot of ground The Randolph
family hnvo used it as a burying-
ground over since. Monticollo was
bought fif ly years ago by my uncle ,
Commodore Levy , who thought so
much of Jefferson that ho ox *
ponded 840,600 for a siatuo of
him in Washington. At the
time of the war the property
waa confiscated on account of the loy
alty of the owners , t nd it was in
volved in litigation after the war. A
bill has been passed by congress
appropriating $10,000 for the repair
of the buryiiig-groudd and the erec
tion of a monument to Jefferson , and
Lieutenant Colonel Ossoy , undcraircc-
tion of the war department , ia en
gaged in preparing the plans. ]
have myself so great a reverence for
Jefferson that 1 never pass his grave
without lifting my hat , though I may
pass and repass it several times a day
in the summer "
It may bo the right of the grand
daughter of Jefferson to have his 10
mains moved whither she pleases , bul
the motive of the act and its senti
mental propriety will bo questioned.
The act of congress provides for the
erection of a monument to Jefferson
at Monticnllo , a place rendered famous
by his Jifo and long revered as his
grave. It is hardly probable thai
there will bo n willingness to erect il
"Every One Waa Astonished. "
NEWCASTLE , Ind. , May 30 , 1881.
H. H. WAHNER & Co : Sirs About
3 years ago I was stricken with calcu
lus of the kindnoys. The host physi
cians could do mo no good I usoc
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
and every ono was astonished at my
complete and rapid recovery.
Cdlw THOMAS 13. LAIB.
Bi | B
Bill Arp'a Opinion of the l''omlnlno
A nice , pretty , sweet girl can toll a
man a long ways off tiometimcs , and
make him sacrifice a power of time ,
and comfort , and money , and horse
flesh , and when she does it all a pur
pose and then throw a him off , I shall
always think oho hadn't ' orter. I
never was in favor of a young girl
turning up her nose at a clever feller
who was'raisod in her neighborhood
and running off after an airy chap
from away yonder ; but when ho does
como I think aho ought to. lot him go
back quick and cheap , or take him.
I'vo always noticed that when young
men go slipping away to parts un
known for a wife it's because those
girls ho waa raised with know him too
well and don't want him. I dident
go half a milo for my pard and that
showed my good sense , and she didoat
8a 8R no further than. . I did ,
and that showed hern , and if I was a
sensible young girl and was a waiting
for a husband , I would set my cap for
somebody I had known a long time ,
but if I was a young fool I wouldent.
The happiest marriages I know of are
those wore folks know'd all about ono
another for a peed while , and nary one
was fooled. Romance in love aflairs
is mighty pretty/ and a solitary horse
man getting thrown from his hone is
just splendid , but all this plays out
in a few months , and then'comes the
facts the hard-pan. The earth that is
earthy , and the heavenly vanishes ,
and the baby has to be nursed of
nights , and the sugar gets low , and
the diamond ' weddjng rinr/jwon't
tAot'toTifSpoS ? wifeVchBek 7
and she ia away off from her mother
and wants sympathy and love and
kind attention , and a good deal of it.
As Mr Longfellow said ;
Lifo is real , life la earnest ,
And thi baby wanta n nurse ,
When your girl gives you the mitten , and
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96 Per Cent ,
of all diseases arize from deranged kldnoya and
liver , and It ( tilkcaat once at the root of the
difficulty. The elements of which It la composed
act directly upon these great organs , both aa a
rooD a d BUTOKXB , and , by placlt.fr them In a
healthy , condition , drive dUeate and pain from
For the Innumerable troub'ea caused by un
healthy Kldnoja. Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the difctro-slrr Ulcorderaof Womeu ; for Malaria ,
ami phytlml derangemeuta generally , thia great
remtdy hat no equal. Hi ware of Imposlors , im
itations snd concoctions said tn be ] ust aa good.
or salu by nil dealers.
H- -WARNER & CO. .
me Koohostor ti. Y-
The Jingiish Kemedy
.Never falls t cute
Nervous Debility , VI-
Ital Exliaustion , Emls-
Idons , Henilnal Weak-
klHOOD , and all the
l | ill eflcctd of youth- 1
ijful follies and execs-
lica. It stops perma
silently all weakening ,
drains upon the sys-
Item , the Inevitable ro-
. , 'suit of thcso evil prao-
tices , which are BO destructive to mind and body
and inalcu Ilfo miserable , oltcn leading to lusanl-
and death It strengthens the Nerves , Drain ,
imoraorjt Blood , Muscles , IUgMtlve and Repro
ductive Orpins , It restores f ) all the onranlo
functinu their former vigor and vitality , ma-
hlnir Ufa cheerful and enjoyable. Price , $3 a
hottlo , or four times the quantity f 10. Ucnt by
express , secure from observation , to any address ,
receipt of price. No. ft O. D. scut , except
receipt of 11 as a guarantee. Letters re
questing answers must incloso stamp.
Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills
are tr > bent and cheapest dyspepsia and bllllous
cute 11 themarkit. Hold by all druggists. Price
Da UINTIS'B Kniitir UBUKDT , NWHHICXIM ,
Cureitll ' 'ndof ( Kidney and bladder complalnte ,
onorrb A , elect and Ituoorrhoa. 1 For tale uy all S
daUKgl U : 1 a bottle.
KKQLIHII MEDICAL INSTITUTK.
T18 Olive St. , Bt. Louis , Mo.
For Sale In Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
A Cnr t Gournutpeil-
Dr. K. 0. Wet ) ? * Kerre aud DraTu Treatment
Kpotldo for Jlyaterla , Dlulneu , OoavuUloni.
Jorvoui Headache , Uontal Uoprctulon , LOM of
Icmory.Bponnatorrhax.Impotonjy , Involuntary
F.rnlnloin , Premature Old Age , cautod by orer-
xertlon , telf abujo , or er-lnduljence. . which
eadi to misery , decay and death , One bo * will
iure recent cues. Ka h box contain ! one month' *
roatuiont , Ono dollar a box , or elx boien lor
dollars , tent by mall prepaid on receipt of
irlce. We guarantee tlx boxci to cure any caau ut
Vlth each order received by u for ilx boxei , ao-
aompanied with Ore dollar ) , will actid the pur- utH
hater our written guarantee to return tha
money If the treatment doea not eOict a cure. H
O. / . Ooodman , Druitflit , Bole. Wholesale and
reful Agent , Omaha , Neb. Order * by mall al
S.taUaprlc * . diwlr I
W.B. MILLAHI ) . , IT , U. JOHNSON I /
MILLARD & JOHNSON , v ,
Storage , Ooimissioji and Wholesale Fruits , /
1111 PARNHAM STREET. /
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Baushers Larfl , and Wilber Mills Rotor < }
OMAHA , - - - . NEB/
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL A CO.
< T. J" . BROWsT & ; CO-
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS ,
Boots and Shoes *
OMAHA , NEB.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
Window and Plate Glass. "
S2T\n ) one contemplating building store , bank , or any other flno front , will fled It to their ad'
\antago to corrts end with us before purchasing their Plate Glaei.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA . . - - NEB.
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha.
rUu I tn
LUMBER , COAL & LIME )
Ou River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar Proo
_ a BBSSSW _ . . \
J IJJJJJJJJJJJ * IJJJ 1L
1020 Farnham Street
STEELE , JJHNSCN & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
AND IAMFACTUBED TOBACCO.
AgentB for BENWODD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POTOB
HENRY LEHMANN ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WUOLE3ALK AND HKTAIL DKALEU IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
AQENI FOB MILWAUKEE CEMKNT OOMPAN71
Hear Union Pacific Depot , - - OMAHA NEB
POWER AND HAND
ZEHTip as z
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
110 UAOIONEBT , BELTOJO , V m * no , BTKAM
MLLADAY WIND-MILLS CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STEANG 209 F ° i St. , Omaha
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