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THE DAILY BEE--OMHA FRIDAY , DECEMBER S
That BROWN'S IRON Brnr.Rs
will cure the worst case
Will insurea hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility ; and
gives a new lease of life
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strcngthensthe muscles and
ncrvcs.cnrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness , wakefulness -
fulness , and lack of energy
Keeps off all chills , fevers ,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Willctr St. , lUltimort , DtC. tilt.
For ill yean I h te been a gttut
ifferer from Blood Diienc , ljri
p pii .indCon tlp ton. ! ndbec m
o debilitated that I could not retain
anything nn my stomach , in fact ,
life hadalmott become a burden.
Finally , when hope hadalmoit left
me , my huiband leelnf B OWN'
IlON Bin-BBS advertlitd In Ihi
, Induced me to Eire It a trial
am now taking the third bo I lit
and have not felt 10 well In lit
ytan u I do at the preient lime.
Mra. L. F. CainiK.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up , " than
any medicine made.
Netoka Loan & Trust Compan
HASTINGS , NEIL
Oapitil ; Stock , - - $100,000
JAS. II. HEAllTWKU * . 1'naldont. '
A. L. CI.AIIKi : , Vlcu-rrcnldcnt.
K. C. WhllSTttll , Treasurer
Samuel Aloxnncler , Oswald Ollvir ,
A. L. Clarko. K. 0. Wetutcr ,
Ooo. II. Pratt , Jus. I ) . Hoartwoll.
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"First Mortgage Loftnsti Specialty
Thl Company fnrnWic * ft permanent , homo
1 Institution where Hchool lionda and other legally
' liauotl Municipal uuccillloi ) ol Nebraska can Ira
x bo negotiated on the most favorable tvnna
LOOTH moilu on ImproMvl farini 1,1 all well ncttlcx
"eo nllnof tlicmuU' , through reiponilblo loca
A. J. SJMPSON.
HW and 1411 DoJjo Etrcol ,
au 7-mo Gra Oiixiu , NEU.
TIMKEH-SPRiNG V HlGLl:8
NOW IA TJUE.
Th y miii . . llother * for ot y rldlnif. ctj\t \
They nra for ealo by nil Loading Oar
lagu nulidnro and Dualora tiironghont
SPUINGS QEAR3 & BODIES
Far 1 b
Henry Timken ,
fitvottu ndlulldor ol Ylaa C rrw ! ' , ' ,
Samuel B , Ms & Co , ,
Washington" Ave. and Fiftli St ,
ST. LOUIS MO.
oldect ted most reliable
L nr tvr / *
lit l.Jrtt Omtiuj , V jy ckolo *
Moat , Poultry and VogotaWes ,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
OOOK & STLTEHM , Proprietors
* > * ! ZOtltmntl
A GOOD SHOWING
How th btAto Uoard of Aertoulture
From lion. D. B. Wheeler we
learn of the condition of the finnncefl
of the atato fair ARBooUtlon , It Trill
bo remembered that the puioolation
jront into the Iwt fair considerable In
debt , the oxaot of which la not jast
now at hnnd. SnfTico to BAthe fol
lowing Includes the indobtodncs for
laat year , a very favorable showing
for the management :
Money Rclvsnced by friend * , , , , ( 1,000 CO
Kent of bootba and elands 700 (0
Win. O , Lee , rent * 1500
Licence to vohlc'en to carry PM >
Stall rcnU and race entries 1,12200
Amtihlthontro and nuntUr
Rtretch UckeU 7872. ' ,
Fair Hckebi sold br U. P , K. U. 1,2701 > 0
FMr " ' " B. & M.
K. U 1.2C9CO
Kntr tlckeU told by O. , St. P. ,
Fair tlckoU Hold by 8. 0. & P.
. R 800
Fair tlckeU told by M. L' . 11. U. 387 00
State appropriation 1,000 00
Total receipt * $10,70545
Warrimta paid up to NOT. ST.$13,632 73
Balance on hand Nor. 25 93,172 73
Agnlnat this amount there are etlll
ontelandtng warrants aufDciont to oat
the total not profits down to about ono
thousand dollars ,
DORSET'S THREATS Utf VEN-
The Star Route Loader Oinlma Thot
InOoao of Conrlctlon Ho Will
Streak tbo Palo Air With
Joe Palttzor writes an ortiolo to his
paper , The St. Louts Post-Diopatoli ,
which boars an air of being "inspired"
by Stoyo Dorsoy , the champion star
ranter , an follows : The pronocutlon
was In the hands of 'Attorney General
MaoVoagh , who was a very hard man
Indeed to manage. Garfield could not
control MaoVoagh without great diffi
culty. Ho foresaw a break of his re
lations with his own attorney general ,
and did not want to compromise him-
Bolt. When it was first known that
aoVoaRh really intended to have
Dorsoy indicted and prosecuted , Dor-
soy catno all the way from his well-
advorliscduhoop ranch in Now Mexico ,
and wont to the white houso. Garfield -
field assured him that ho would do
all ho could fo him. With
his usual guah and warmth , ho
told Doropy not to give himself
any uneasiness about the outcome , u
but to return to his ranch and fcol t
sure that ho ( Garfield ) would bo his n
friend. But in snlto ot nil this , Mao- nF.
Vcagh proceeded with Ills caao , re F.ol
tained detectives and opoclal counsel , olP1
collected testimony , and drew upon P1
promise of immunity from smaller P1U
members of the ring , a coufoailon of U
guilt which was snro to convict Dorsoy. It
Alarmed by the reports of MaoYoagh's tlai
doings , Dorscy returned In tbo spring aiH
oflSSltothooaat. While in Now aiti
rant WM about to bs issued , but cun I [
ning Dorsoy had his secret agents tl
everywhere. Ho hoard of this moro In
by telegraph. Ho caw his peril. InPi
There was only ono man who could oo
ave him. lie took thu next train to ov
Washington. Ho arrived thora late In
it night. Ho wont from the depot to itCO
ho plilto house. He nppualod to CO
Garfield to keep hin promise and to
onvo him. Garfield sent for Mao-
cagli. What then ensued may bo
nforred from the fact that the war wi
rant for Dorsoy'a nrroat was never ca
arvod , bat withdrawn. This Incl-
'ent U historical and known to bo
rue by Blalno. It haa never boon n
abllshod , bat it Is trao , all the onmo , P
nd MtoYoBgh will not dare deny It. th
By way of digression , it may ba said th
OUSKVIfl riUOIIOALLY A nUIMED MAN. Inw
Not long ago Tlio St. Louis Globe- Inm
DOIIK orot conUlned a description of m
Unrney's slloxed princely domain In wt
New Mexico , with ita mlllioni of Ii
acres of laud and hundreds of thou- Lc
sandi of cattlo. Dortoy has no such pn
domain , The ranch ho actually did
have ho had to soil to Rosier , the Lc
irrt-tt Pennsylvania cattle king. Un aibll I
lucky speculations , extravagant habits , bllm
and un army of greedy lawyers have m
made Mm pijor already. Ho Is broken th
down , mentally and physically , Ho tin
IUB a serloui nlToctlon of his eyesight. vote
Those who know all about him say to
that ho lives in Washington , engaged of f
In no business , trying to prevent a ha
worse fate that may bo in store for wo
him. But the moit remarkable fea iln
ture in thin o&ao Is that of Arthur , ho
president of the United Status ; for it Is wa
the uamu Arthur now , by the comloil wl
irony of fate , directing the iroiocu- ar
lion of Dorscy , who , at prt
thu celebrated banquet at Del- th
mouioo'd , delivered the eulogy aUtlng thD. !
thnt it wan Dorzoy moro than anybody D.wl >
olsu v/ho dceorvcd crodlt for carrying wlPC '
Indiana and electing Garfield and Ar PC
thur , It is perfectly well known , and tic
no secret whatever , that during the
bat prcaldontlal campaign Arthur as th
chairman of the Now York atato com 00
mittee and Dorsey as secretary of tha 18
national committee and confident of th
Garficld wcro in the closest Intimacy sh
and co.intaut uonfidontal IntorooUrao. so
After the Indiana campaign was over ho
Dorsov and Arthur managed the cum- th
ralgnm Now York , upon which every
body knuw the presidential election diiPC
actually depended. It is well known PC
that Dorsoy ulono and peraonally of f
railed a very largo sum of money , rif
which ho and Arthur jointly distri Di
buted , It Is a part of the secret his daLt
tory of that campaign that the repub Lt
lican finance committee , of which such Ja
bankers na Lovl P , Morton Kountzo , th
and Bellgman wore members , raised bu
over $300,000 and placed it in the ov
hands of Arthur and Donoy. Jay ovmi
Gould alone contributed 9100,000. B\V
The money was actually locked up in or
the safe of the Fifth Avenue hotel , orPC
whore tbo republican campaign com afl
mittee had its headquarters , and the thmi
money was paid out in ono of the mi
rooms of that hotel by Donoy upon an
the personal orders of Chester A. Ar th
thur , then chairman of the republican to
state committee. The larger part of toU
that won y WM expended la New U <
York city and Brooklyn. That It wa
well expended was shown by thn ro
suit the extraordinary reduction 1
the democratic Tote , which alone on
ablcd the ropnblioani to oarr th
state. Thoio are all facia oomrann
cited by prominent republicans wb
had personal knowledge of the trans
actions. Though n secret to the gott
oral public , the facts are known t
qnlto A number of the moro Impo
tant politicians. It is qulto like !
that , If , Dorsoy should bo convicted
these campaign secrets may not remain
main secret very long. Dorsoy ha
bushels of notes and letters receive
by both Garficld and Arthur durln
the late campaign. Ho has an oxac
account of the money spent In It
dlana , showing the amount sent cac
county. Ho has also the exact figure
of the vast sums of money contribute *
and expended for the purpose of car
rylng New York. If the secretary o
the republican national commute
should goto the wall in the comln
trial , It is poislblo that a great deal o
the secret but intensely Intorostin
history of the late presidential cam
palgn will become pretty wldol
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than at any other house in Omaha
Rate , | 2 per day. aug21tfm
The "Hawthorn Centennial Ex
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24th , 1881 , and otters patent nun
bor 241 , 803. Any person found o
known to tamper with the manu
factnro of said paint will bo punished
od to the full extent of law. No per
son boa any authority whatever to so. "
receipts. HAWTIIOKN & Bno. ,
FITZ JOHN POUTER'S OA8E.
Another Dofoneo by General Grant
A Letter to Senator Cameron Written -
ton Last February Porter De
clared Innocent of Diaobo-
dlonco of Orders and of
Dleroepoct to His
WASUINQTOK , December 3. The fo
lowing letter , dated February 4,1882
from General Grant to Senator J.
Cameron , not heretofore published
haa been furnished to the press :
NEW YOHK , Fob 4. 1882.
Hon. J. I ) . Cameron , U. 8. Senate , Washington
HO. C. :
DKAU Sin : It has boon my Inton
tlon until within the last few days tc
visit Washington this winter to spent
some time , and there to have a con
venation with you and with Genera !
Logan on the subject of the Fitz John
Porter caao ; but having now prott ;
nearly decided not to go to Washing
ton ( , I have determined to write , am
wrlto to yon so that you may atato my
position to your friends , and particu
larly to General Logan , and , if yon
ahooso , show this letter to any oucl
I commonood the examina
tion of the Fitz John Porter case as
now atands , it was with the convlo
tlon that his sentence was a just ono ,
ud that his punishmeuthad _ Jjpps
linht for "o hlil , , 7. 7- * > In the
tSMf Andlo" examine it on its inorlta.
came out of that examination with
ho firm conviction that an entirely
nnooont man bad been unjustly
mulshed. I caatjno consnro npon the
tonrt which tried him , because the
ivldonoo which now proves his entire
nnoconco or disobedience of orders
waa Impossible to have before that
When I completed the investigation /
nd came to the conclusion that I did
-of his Innocence my first thought
ras to wrlto to General Logan , bo-
auoo I regard him as my friend , and
am sure I am his , and ho had made ,
irobably , the ablest speech of his llfo
opposition to the bill for General
'ortor'a restoration to the army. I
bought , therefore , it was duo to him
hat I should Inform him of the con
tusion that I had como to after the
nvootlgatlon. But aa the president
ran jnit about visiting this city when
ly ; letter to him waa written , and It
ras desired to present ( t to him hero ,
requested , In lieu of a letter to Gen.
lOgan , to have a copy of my letter to the
resident aout to him. This was done. '
Yon are aware that when General
iogan made his speech against Goner-
Porter , it was in opposition to A
ill pending In congrees. Ho , like a
lyoolf. : was thoroughly convinced of
tie guilt of General Porter , and was
loreforo opposed to the bill. IIla in-
estimations therefore wore noooMaiily
find arguments to sustain his sldo
a pending quootlou. I of course
ave no knowledge of the papers ho i
ould refer to , or would examine , tend
nd scch argument * ; but I know that
could have the tootimony which
as taken before the court-mnrtial
hlch convicted ; probably also the
rgumonts ( of the ollicor who acted nt
rojocutor when the case waa before
iio Bohofiold court , and argument ,
iat have been made by lawyers , J.
. Oox uud others poulbly , all of
'hlch uoro in opposition to General
'ortor aa much au that ol paid attor-
ey In cases before civil courts
But my Investigation of all the facts
hat I could bring before me of the
ocnrrouco from the 27th of August ,
802 , and for come little time prior to r
tie 1st of September the same year ,
how conclusively that the court and
onto : of the witnesses entirely appro-
oudud thu position of the enemy on
General Porter was convicted of
ieobedlonco of an order of General
opo's , dated at 430p. ; m. on tho29th
August , to attack the enemy on his
ighlilunkard in his rear , if possible ,
i > patchoa of General Pope of that
ay show that ho know General
/eo wai coming to the support of
ackson , whom ho thought commanded
lie only force I u his front at that tlmo ,
ut that ho could not arrive until the
vening of the following day , or the
lorning of the day after , It was B * >
worn to before the court that this * e
rdor of 4:30 : p.m. reached General
'ortor at about 5 or half-past 5 In the R
ftornoon , but It must bo recollected 5
hat this testimony was given from
icmory , and unquestionably without
ny idea at the tlmo of the occurrence
liat they wore over to be called upon
give any testimony In the caso.
Investigation shows a dispatch from I
Unoral Porter , dated 8 'clock of
that aftornoi , which mtros no men
tion of havlt received the order to
attack , and III such a dispatch as
could not txwrttton without men
tioning the rolpt of that order , If It
had been retrod. Th ra Is other
testimony th makes It entirely satis
factory to mptnd that the order WM
not received itll about sundown , or
between snncwn and dark. It was
given , as aUtl b fore , to attack tha
enemy's rlgh'and , If possible , to got
Into his roar , This was on the sup
position that ickaon waa there alone ,
aa General P.e had stated he would
bo cntll the e-.nlng of the next day ,
or the mornh of the day follow
ing. I belle1 the court was con
vinced that u the evening of
the 29th of Atnot Jackson with his
force was thot alone ; but now it is
proved by tostiotiy bettor than sworn
evidence of unpersons on the Union
side that bv 1 o'clock n. m. of the
29th Longetroi was up and to the
right of Jacku with a force much
greater than On oral Porter's entire
force. The sack upon Jackson's
right and res was therefore Impossi
ble without firswippltis out the force
of LouRstroet. The order did not con
template , oltlio a night attack , and
to hare oboyt It , oven if Long-
street I bad nc boon there , Gen
eral Porter jrould bavo boon
obliged to mto n night attack.
But oven as It wi I find that General
Porter , notwithnndlng the late hour ,
did all ho could t to obey that order.
Ho had provbup given a command
to General Moil ] , who commanded
the most adffttnd division , or ono
moat fronting tl enemy , to throw
out a skirmish lit to engage the ene
my , or to keep hh occupied , and on
the receipt of tls order , although
at this late hour , b Immediately sent
orders to GeneralVforoll to Increase
It from a sklrmlshlno to a largo force
and that ho wool bo with him as
soon as ho could gt thoro.
Ho did actually 0 to the front , al
though it was drk , to superintend
this movement , ad as far as possible
to prevent the oncay detaching any
thing from his fret , thus showing a
doslro to obey the > rdor strictly , and
to the boat of his olltty. I find the
Sohofiold board a nlt him entirely ,
but throw Borne cesuro upon him for
having expressed ilaok of confidence
In his onporior door , many of our
best soldiers woul have been pun
ished. But , in fet , If this waa not
stated in the Bumrin ? up of the case
by the board , I shald not 1mvo found
that ho had oxprosod any such lack
of confidence. 0 , the contrary , to
my mind now , ho was zealous
in giving a ouppot to General Pope ,
and moro so , 'osslbly , for the
reason that ho knar among his former
army associates thro waa a good deal
of apprehension , b say the least , of
his fatness for his tew place. It must
bo recollected that General Pope was
selected from a western army and
brought east to otnmand an army
where there were i great many generals
orals who had bnl experience in t
previous war , and TIO had , like him
self , a military odication , and there
may ( improperly ) lave been a feeling
that it wao a reflooion upon them to
jo out o | their owu command to find
i suitable coramancer ; and it is also
very prnbftblo thtt expression was
freely given to the fooling. But it
would bo well to jeflect what would
liavo been the continents in the west
j'eonfficer from fe"t8p racj2r n
of them ahato command them , and
vhothor or not then might have not
> oen some harsh criticism , oven by
men who proved to bo among our
most callant and drvoted command-
an. Then , too , In to-examining the
a o my attention was * called again to
General Pope's earl/ / order in taking
otnmand of the army of Virginia. I
end you a copy of this order. You
/rill BOO that it wai calolulatod to
lake the army to whom it was ad-
roeoed feel that it .was a reflection
pen their former sonicoa and former
ommandors from thai ot a company
3 the commander of the whole , and
lat even as amiable people aa General
jOgan and myself are would have boon
ory apt to have made some very
ncompllmontary remarks if they had
con addrosnod by an eastern officer
ont west to command over us in our
old of duty. I commonood reading
p this cane with the conviction thnt
on oral Porter hod been guilty no
onnd by the court , bat came ont of
io investigation with a thorough con-
lotion that I , and the public general-
, had done him a fearful In justice ,
nd entirely aatlcfiod that any intolll-
ent man , or lawyer , who will throw
aldo prejudice and examine the caao
I have done , will como to the aamo
As stated In my letter to the prosl-
ent , I fool It Incumbent upon mo , In
low of the position that I bavo hold
orotofore , and my failure then to do
rhat I now wish I had done , to do all
my power to place General Porter
ght before the public and in future
Story , and to repair my uninten-
onal un justice.
I adJrcja this letter to you , know-
ng that you will have a desire to do
nst what your judgment dictates as
olng right in the matter , aud thnt
ou will atato to whomsoever it may
coin to yon proper and nocoesM-y my
rcaent conviction upon thU case.
Very truly yonrs ,
U. S. GRANT ,
Whou you fool out of sorts , have
10 blnca , melancholy , etc. , It must
o Indigestion that alls you , Brown's
ron Bittern cures it.
Called to Preach.
We feel called upon to preach a few cos-
el facto facts that are worth knowing.
To want everybody to enjoy all that la
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ho are Bulferiug from rheunmtlmi. neu-
nlgia and all achc , epraiiia and palu to
now that Thomas' Kelectrio Oil la an tin-
itlllug and splemllil CUKO ,
No other ditcua U o prevalent In Uil > ]
oouutry u ConnUpjiUon , and uo rcracd ;
WOUT M a cure , Whatever the civuso ,
'IOUUTIT otatinato the cue , till remedy
Win overcome It.
tO HI ICQ THIS dUtnwalnjf com-
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REYNOLDS HOUG2. O. M , REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKEP , Audubon , la ,
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , B. BURGESS , Neola , la'
OITY HOTEL , Dl A. LLIAM8 , Harlan la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINO8 , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JL. | AVERY , Btanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL O , W.BURK. Burlington Jumtloi , t * .
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , BUnchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhenandoah la ,
OOMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld Olty , Neb
BAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8.BAGNELI , College Spring * , I * .
OOMMEROIAL HOUOE , M. LUTTOK , Vlllltca , la.
JUDKIN8HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H. PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B.F.BTEARN8 , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Oiceola , Neb. \
DOUQLA3 HOUSE , J , 8. DUNHAM , Olarka , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. GBEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J M. BLACK A SON , M i7 vNlo Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction N b
WINSLOW HOUSE Q. McOARTY. Beward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONES. Auroar Neb.
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZ'ER ' , Sidney , N b ,
AVOOA EATING HOUSE D. W. ROCKriOLD. Avoca la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & SHATTUOK , Red 0 k'
FOSTER HOUSE O pt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewlf , U.
WHITNEY HOUSE , E. HAYMAKER , Grliwold , la ,
DEPOT HOTEL. O. L. CHAPMAN , Dunlap. )
LU8K HOUSE. J A. LUBK , tog n. la.
DOW CITY HOUSE , W. H. MORTON , Dow OHO *
JAQGER HOUSE. JAOGRR& BOM. OcnUon , fa ,
HA11MON HOU8B , TAMA OITY , I A , , Harmon & Ke tw ,
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