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Over the Prairies
-These Illinois fellows are ttiiig
to know too m Htrli. A ln;y lias got to
keep liia evea wide op-ii or he'll get
skiuuol. How 'twiis with ine I would
not think of buying a steer 'less I eouM
make live dollar tn hi in, but you can't
tlo it now." ily friend, how long have
you been West I askel the speaker,
as I uverheard the above remarks to a
companion. "Well if you call this
West, ! have been here nigh on to 6
years. When I came here 1 never
thought it would settle up. I had
plenty of range, used to go twenty
miles to help a neighbor raise a bain,
but the houses began to dot in around
uie and afore I knew it I v;is nil shut
Up and had to sell part of my stock.
If I was a young man I would pull up
stakes and go West. The way emigra
tion is going on Kansas and Nebraska
will all be shut in, Texas'll be eat out,
and there'll be no chance. Hut stock
raising is about :w satisfactory busi
ness as any of them yet. There's my
neighbor A., lias 3,000 head of cattle.
and three on eui do the hIl work, and
wear kid glaves at that. U s a pretty
uuary steer that woit bring 4i cents
a pound in the Cnicago tuarket.
ine auove conversation occurred as
we were bounding over the prairies of
Northern Illinois, on the i:, J5. At Q
train. "This is the nicest road hi the
world," continues my friend, "It is
Well managed. There ain't none of the
stock for sale and it pays good divid
ends. We're pretty light this morning
ten cars. J,ast time I came over the
road we had sixteen cars and two loco
motives. It aiu't now as' it was when
I first came here. Ciiicago was a small
village, and there wasn't no railroad
in the .State, and houses were four or
live miles apart."
"Dinner! Dinner in the dining c ir in
uie rear. Dinner a iu tune, umy
rents, right in the dining car in the
rear. Only 75 cents!" shouted a son of
Ham, with white cap and starched
irocK. twenty minutes tor dinner
uu the "Burlington Itoute." You can
step back into the C. li. & Q. 1 la e
Dining Car, and tke your time to i -
a whole hour if ywu deb ire. The bi 1
o-f fare is a tempting one equal to
that of any Chicago hotel.
No one who has traveled over the
prairies of Illinois, on the line of the
C. B. & Q. railroad, can have any con
eeption of the kind of farming that
prevails there. Tor a stretch of 200
miles from Chicago to Burlington you
nee hardly an acre of unimproved land
2ot a broken down fence, not a door
r gate oil the hinges, scarcely on uu-
painted house or barn. It is one of the
grandest sights we ever witnessed.
The -'Burlington Boute" is the direct
line to Omaha and the Pacific coast
Every provision is made for its pa
trons, in the wining car the reclining
chairs by day and Pullman sleepers bv
night. The conductors are models of
courtesy and attention to mothers and
children on their way to meet husband
and father in the .States beyond the
Mississippi. The emigrants have no
mean accomodations, better than had
lirst-class passengers a quarter of a
ah classes and conditions are pro
vided for and the chronic grumbler
has little material with which to ply
Ids vocation. II., in .Springfield (O.)
A purely vegetable distillation entirely
unlike all other remedies.
J 5 the preparation of thl remarkabla rrmedx
trvrj Iiti, pivot, and baric la aahlecied to dla.
tlllatlon. whereby th easential medical principle
(obtained In vapor, conJenaed and bottled. What
terrain In tha still la Inert, Taloeleaa, and totally
onDt lor US' In an organism ao dellcataaa tha naaal
piatr-s. Yctall (nulla are Inaolable compound
of wood fibre ; all liucturea, aaluraiad aoluUooa.
SAHFQRD'S RADICAL CURE
la a local and eonatttttttotlaT rrmrdr. and it applied;
to the lno-al paaaaifea bf lnautUaUon, thus allaying?
Inflammation and pain and at once correcting,
elemsintr. and purlfyingtheeecretlona. Internally
administered. 1 1 acrs upon the org-anaof circulation
keeps ttio akin moist, and neutralise tba aeld
rolion that haa found lb way Into the etornacb and
hence Into the blood. Thus a cure progresses la
both drroctlons. and It does not Hem possible for
hinaa InaaMiiy to devlso a mere ration! Usac
GenVrmen. Abnnt twelre years go.
travelling with Father Kcnap'a Old Kollti Concert
Troupe as a tenor sintrer, I took a aevere cold and
Traa l:.id op at Newark. N.J. This cold brought on
aaeTcre auaclc of Catarrh, which I battled with.
every known remedy for four weeks without avail,
and wan finally obliged to give up a most desirable
position audi return borne, unable to stuff a note,
rnni ari l I ..roat so i-naiUv time the sllt;htest cold
or three years alterwnls I wus nnablo to slnv at
ail. 1 lie nrt :trtci i.atarrn nan icn my nasal or.
vrould br'uif on a fresh atrack. lcavlr.ir mo pros
trated, lu this tray I continued to sulTrr. The lost
attack, tlmsercivst I ever bad. was terrible. 1 suf
fered the mtvteirrurlit'liit pain In my bead, was
ao hoarse oa to be acarc. ly able to apeak, and
conrhed lnressnntly. I thought I waa -olntf Into
quick co!isuiniiion, and I flruily believe thit had
these svmptoins continued without relief they
would finre rriidered me an easy vletlru. When
In this d istressl'))( condition, I commenced the bso
olBxruri-8 Kadicai. Cu to Catabeu. very
reluctantly, i couUm, ns 1 had tried all the adver
tised remcdl-e without rvnt fit. The Are t dose of this
wondi'rml medicine nave me the areatrst relief.
It Is hardly p Miblef"r one hone head aches, eyes
ache, !;u oa scarcely antculate distinctly on sc
conut of the choking accumulations In bis throat,
to realize how much relief I obtained from the first
application of Saxford's IlAnroai. Ctraa. Under
Kb rMlueuce, both Internal and external, I rapidly
recovered, and by an occasional use of the remedy
since, have been entirely true fxuoi Catarrh, lor the
first Uuio in twelve ysrs.
Oi:. Vv'. HOLBROOK.
TTiiTnAM. M us.. Jan. 8. Wl
V. P. I pcr-h.ued ti.o livptoat, Cra of GEO.
H.KOCi.Io, Lrut;glt, r.'.imford iUUain.
Each package contains Dr Panford'a Improved
Inhaling Tube, wuu lull dirrctioi:s fur use In all
cases. Price, si.co. For sale by all Wholesale and
Ketail IrUKXlit throughout tno United States and
Canada. vKKKS & POTTF.lt, General AgenU
and Wholesales LtuvkIsU, Boston, Xiasa.
An Electro-Galvanio Cattery combined
with a highly Medicated Plaster con
taining the choicest medicinal Gums
and Calsams known to modern Phar
These riasrcrs have now neen before the pabllo
for two veurs. and. notwithstandlmr the Immense
number of remedies In the form cf liniments, lo-
tlous, pain-cure rs. ana ordinary piasters, mey nave
steadily lncreaopd In sale aud met with universal
approval, as evidenced by over one thousand un
solicited testimonial in our possession. Many re
markable cases have been cerllUed to by well-
Known citizens in all parts ot uie mitea otatea,
copies of which will be sent free of charge to any
one desiring them. Improvements, In many ways,
have been made, as auuaiestcd by experience and
one. until It is believed that tliev are now perfect In
every respect, and tha bH planter in tha world of
- .1 1-l . a If . I. t ,n V.
rr.rc.K.ne. Ail wo osiv arum c 1 1: i t buuw.ci iu l ij a
land is a finale trial. The price Is 2Scenta, althoUKh
the cost la double that erf any other plaster. But.
notwithstanding the effort of the proprietors to
make the beit plaster in the world for the least
bir of unscrupulous dealers will be found ready to
misrepresent mem tor t'(n$ motive ana esaeai
to suLoitltutd others. IX you ask for
COLLINS1 VOLTAIC PLASTER
Save It If yon have to send to ns for It.
Sold by all Wholesale and Retail Drujrirlst
throughout the United (states and Can ad as. and by
11 asas at a urris, rrujjnuiunt, ioairoo. jaasa.
O. F. JOHNSON,
X Businessman Yllio Uut Succeed.
In several of the large cities of th's
country there are a few business men
who for many reasons, have been kept
constantly and lamilliarly before the
people; mun whose good names have
not always been sufficient to protect
them from business adversity, but
have repeatedly assisted them to ris.:
again from conditions of misfortune.
Among these men, Horace Waters, long
identified with the music trade, is a
conspicuous example. Horace Waters-
& Sons, on May 21, m.ide an assign
ment " for their creditors, owiuir to
losses and heavy expenses. This
course was adopted because Mr. Wa
ters believed it more honorable to
make an assignment while he could
pay 1U0 cents on the dollar than to go
on and be obliged at a later day to com
promise with his creditors. He does
not intend to let circumstances keep
Jtim dovn, but he has given up all his
property to his creditors, and will.
while satisfying their demands, seek
to retain the custom which he had ac
quired by SO years of enterprise and
fair dealing. He has made arrange
ments to act as agent for a person who
lias furnished capital to do a casli bus
iness. He will furnish for cash, in
struments of precisely the same qual
ity hitherto sold by the firm of Horace
Waters and Sons, selling them at a
great reduction from former prices.
To those who send their orders to him.
at 40 East 14th fct., P. O. Box 33:rt, he
gives assurances that they will be
cheerfully and faithfully executed, and
that all who desire to make purchases
may depend upon securing bargains.
Mr. aters has business experience
and integrity, and with these and in
domitable enercry he will assuredly re
tain his old business friends, and speed
ily re-establish his affairs on a firm
basis. Mr. Waters has also signed
over his private property to be held in
reserve to meet any deficiencies. Xew
Xork Weekly Times, June 4, 1870.
All Paper Trimmed
ALSO DEALER IN
Prescription Carefully Compounded
by an Kxperieneed Ilrnseist.
KKMKMI1EK THE rLACK.
, 2 DOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
(Jodey's Lady's Book For July
is upon our table. This old and valu-
be magazine lias now entered upon
its 99th volume having been a wel
come visitor in thousands of American
homes for nearly a half century. It
contains a telling 4th of July sketch
by Darley, engraved on steel ; a mam
moth colored fashion plate, and a lar.e
number of illustrated fashions. A
CienUe Belle" ad A Rosebud Garden
of Girls," two novels by fiast-class writ-
era, are continued, and the miscellane
ous literary matter is of a high order
There nre two pag?3 of Recipes espe
eially arranged for Picnic parties.
which will be highly appreciated by
the ladies. e notice another new
feature in Godey. which is the opening
chapters of "Biographies of Represen
tative Women of our Own and Other
Lands;" these papers will doubtless
prove very instructive and entertain
ing. Subscription price is only $2 per
rear, or you can send Stand receive
Godey's Lady's Book for 6 months.
A. G. HATT
JUST OPEXED AGAIX.
NeiP, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on -M.-ini Mr-et in hrecl IvroehlPr'n old staiid
Everj body on hand tor fresh, tender meat.
5 OLD AND RELIABLE, i
Dk 8anfobx's Liveb Ikvigobatob$
ssdlseas?s of the Liver, Stomach S?(f
and Bowels. It is Pnrelr "-7
Vegetable. It never j li
jDebiljtates It is
mi li if ci
I II II II II m.-
l' nl .'ftU'.flOll
a -nil1 '
4 raT- rvU all
'ViB" rtl"l.ttl SI' aTVi
L A 1
oo h, ins
A 4 t-Mt a . !. F.ST1U.I
1 . S rTM r '1 llf
t niv. K v -. U Hi KM 11 ft. Tt
J has been usedj
in my practice;
f pJ5? and by tho public.J
v for more than 35 years,!
with unprecedented results. J
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
SS. T. W. SANFORD, M.D., "yShIcitI!
J A1 DRl (;(;lsTWIU. TILL VOL ITS UKPl'TaTIOS.
J. F, BAUMEISTER
Furnislie Frosli, Pure Milk,
Siieoinl ciillo attended to. and Fresh Milk
irom same cow lurm.slied when wanted.
P?.0F. HARRIS RADICAL CURE
"SEiVJ SLAL PASTi LLEr?
A VhmlU- Xiecovrr3
N'w lM partt:ie in .Mrt
'fct twirtMc, sMt riitirr3
N--W and oitivr: v rltrt t
iv Cvtady far ilir ffHrdj
st!il Miii.airvfit Curt o:
fctcmfrtnl Emicrionai St
2 m potency l th only
true way. vis: Diroct
r!pl Bcftt of Tie Disc, acting lv At-orption. st d rrr
l.nc it itpof-tiie ir.flunrc on tiic fcrminal eiciea jco
ul..tomr lnrtf. 1 ro t ato cltcdniKl Ur ttrt. 'J'h wm
Mthe KRHHly t "tmit-l villi uu a;n r jrtiiiv-iisn:vr,
it it ::ckly diwiv-rti cnl khui rlorr--il, pivrlar tiu
immci!ia'.e .Kt:mjj and rertorative rttm npuit tltr fx
utai and rvuiic tr.-raiizauoii4 wrrrkcti lr.ru ril-aku c
a d tjxrrf", jrop;n"4 the rtrnin frut tkc atrm, rrrtor
injt'ic rrii?Tl I h-.i.:ii i 1 round in - mr ry, r ovin?
heUimaCHiofSiiht. Iirr u, rc-.bilsty, Confuwica
otlA?am. Avorsiou to.Stxs tty. l. o.T.-.c. i ttic BHtnr-
e tit premal is re old ro u-y. v rrctiupaii my th'u
r-.sK., and rt.'iis f- t Pc u-i Vipor, wl.Vrr it ha
tr-tfn ! 'iKmit tor ii 't h n --: ot tr ainifiii hum tii
thttin rc-y - j n tHl i Miw a priaoitrvl
n -r. D' Uk a.v f-r iiiti4.li iitrrrilrl it tiir--' trouh't.
a I, a itta:iy c n h i - -t tn t, but li t ' i1 my
pr-rii: r rt sul. ' i- i i-9 Na nf ivIWkI liim rrpam"
tfn, r-r'-t.r rS. -:: !.ll-u f w: rvt.lv Tiaran
tce t!iat It i'A ri"l8f,:'o-- Drijr thr ei-ht
visual Sat it h . i in ncri wne, t- hat- t:.ouaai tt
nt tinnunl ft t v talnrv mi tl U ii row cor.rt ti
ed by tU .Mff!it-a! lr -foftr m t k th tin-t r:ina!
mv vet divrf -I t rvaa-'nir; r rwl rurin thi rry prrr
ani tru:liia- thai i w- I k . t. be ihr mutr ot uitru'U
ui.MTvt'ifi m" itt. n nd i p" i qr.-rks fr t i:b
th.-ir ii 4c.MTT-ut ami hit ft' .Tin- lipfti d i "put
Ju a i:4t It 'X, r I 1 1 InE a i-tim' ti. puA art.. a Ja.t!
arjpmr 1 Niad ad f r 3. Two rr. 1 -t tc
t-tl'-.-ia p'riniiri-trur- uitlr in rrrrr rai) i 5 T-urrr
b- lttl: !. n 'I ni'trtt f f -,a,P(-.. n-H
tr or vifor. in t'.c ortfiw. 7- Fwll DIKJSC1 lOJV'ft
for ttminc' w!l a"vtpny EACA 1-C3C.
1 Pfnd rr a io-ip?!ve 1'amphlrt ffivine AnwTn!r1
JT Omaha, Nebraska.
Fe Oldest and. 2a5S.iest
(imi :ir a lto-ip!ive I'snipnirt firing Aiawm!ra1
lllualratiuns, hi h will im.e tlie moat cpficai
that thrraa he iinn-i M prlsvt nutiliixHl, an-1 .
fi'.i'l forts f .'t, taut s il nv. ar1-eirl. ff
S-a-cd for ntJnp t t nr ot.e. BolU OXIT br the
KARRIS REMEDY CO. !r-G.CHEMSTSL
fcarktsnrlafK Sts. ST. LOUIS. MO
FTiVW7TV,SlV1 A lar' new ftn1 complrtc Guide to
iS , C i ; Vedlook. roiitainni, mary
Ih.iV- -; 4 o h-r. tin ii.wiii(r cltap(iart A
xsS.'C.y j.. f' rniipetit WtiM.an!iod, arvvctirn ot
t-y ' J yl Wit,. Evident- rt Vitini:T. 1m
" D MrlN??!! wHiemaMnipi.h!autl incompati
FAL-W-vjir ii ' -, Sterility in ninei., can and
i. i.:, AiIvk to t.ridi-rtioiii, Advtre to huil.aruit
A Iritt to v:vt, rros':utntn, i: rniiwi, CVtnry and
4i :riiioiiv ronipv d, Connr:l dntir. t'onw ption. Con
f. -i- trt tit, 1-t and Cur.i.j. JairHtiinieiu U Marriara,
in nie and (lin e, Scirece JtpriHiiHrtion, Sinclr lifte
r):i.ti--.i, I.-nr of 'Minw.'o, Ijiw Kit livorct, l.pa! r:chtJ
9t mr tni n iia. n.f c, Inriudi-iK Diseases pruknr to
V. or.in, tl.t-.r miv and rntnutit. A I n It fcr prrvH
cud rotiidfrat rt-Ciiu-R 1 1 S-O patt, u:tU full i'laUt aii-
"The Privata Medicnl Acv;er,f
en Pyph-'IiiisOocrriiaja. t.ii-c t. strict uie. arKw.le,
! on krTTnt' orliocR. faexiiai Debility, and Jm-
rtonry. f-um !c t-abutf a-id . raniiK Siniital
tn ia - - I. t itsna.'-a, Avrrni ii t. S(-fav,CiifniuN til
la. I.yw-a ! d-T, litiitinr -:rht. JXM-rt.vc .Mfinorv,
.ual I'll vc. liKiic.i. uiarnarr iiprnpi-r
or l.ai'i'r, f iy ;n?; trt-rttnwff, ad a n'p
rT'.irtt f r t'.? cu-? ut fail p. i vole dis.t.avaca ; ajuiA
.J, Cr LJi'int , 4rJ X tJ.
ft 1 re frj l"iaitoi end VVomauhoo'I, T crt: rr
m i t-irr jit a ni'ylv lyuml vlmn, $1. l nrr ttaiu
C 0 zri'l 'rr I'W J Illicit raln-n?. cniHschi fmr-
iV.:r.r.intVic r'-'irra I ? a-m-ki that Vwrih knu me. ?"si
t:t;ub tlit ia nt p ib:t!if l in myotlirr wurk. Term
L'. ifi vrd.unc i joi::r.y h.-t 1-pnIar llciict-l BtKik
p ll.Ilir'. land t"l"iint.jftrd sltT prttaijf U can hlTQ
I .ir n:utit y t-.I:iiid d- Ti - Author i r 'i 1 .TT-ri-j-Ticed
J'.yBiriari of many mrm prart:, ( ta Vt'.T kin urn.) a::d
t;.e a'Jricr r ,', iiJ-d Uric f-r tn-ntnuitt laid down, will 1
I fu:id c f -'at ine t( t-H p urt-rn. f: m-i itnpuritirj i
fail'- t.r'v r-rr.ujt vicor, or -y f the nnnicr-
t in t'. ufti a rrvi,!?. r tli Iwl rf 4 Private" or
' Chrr ic" d Sntl'i urT-cvo'uinf'.orPinpltrtc j
.r l'ri in iSt-n-p. Hlvrr -r Crri v. (CousuU
t ion C"Lli )tn;l, a:.-l it?-r are p--mpT'r'and tnuik.
awcl-ithm)t chr ) Addn3t Or. BuV D:5rr
tary, 12 K. UtU St., .l-utia, :.. (rstcblhed 1S47.)
r 7 For scl9 by ncwi Doslpr?. AG-NTS wantad
-aa .. " '
Tlicy Invito Everybody Visiting Omaha, to Call and
Examine their Large Stock.
I" 187 FARNAM STREET
OMAHA, - nSTEB.
fJZtf rtC&.'i Thc LarS"t and most Complete STOCK of Dry Goods
.-' JMilIinerj and Clothing ever placed before
22 1 rt.TVf l"":!"1- I uj i a nc. w..r; pri 6o the liiniiiious orbs of on nr. an v
SWN, CARRIAGE and ORNA
Shop over the. Jirick Block
next to II Boeck s.
in. cysperfRiiy. U
rnvatc, e bmnic mid
Can n .latino, f rc.
I.swli; and Gntle
mn, anl ne dollar
for am,-le of bt-n
rubber Cx, atid
rr bo r. IVlvateS
home fi1 nunc fir
Lad if durios oon-
Fg; I hmne ana nunc IW B
oema br mail. Mritt
oIoct or Mrrire. Or
enna of tinrriitlon.
Disease of Youth and
Manhutxl : a wrnJth of
choice an I talriabla ln
f"rniation. of fwUtreat
t both irxfi. Nothjruy
ofTronrs u itHd taata
and rrfl nem rot. io r
nation nevrr bfor
published. Br family
should be aitbout it
CyAiMrffi, Dr. A. O,
OLIN. 701 l .ark St.
lutriy attd kperdil cured. Vain
1m. ISo publicity. Send stamp
(Vr full particulara. Tr CarlioQ,.
2U3 S. Clark Chicago, 111.
DYKES' BEARD ELIXIR
AWaasMh, U.as.. for- k.t,MoMa.i.ar
MMaasstartaM rB rrnasi joasstMaaai, TWa
tnmi aviasi "t. a1 s n. fMh
sssstli taJiytliiaatr-st.jaM1)asMrU4tasafaaJa .
rTsvrt. I'ss; ff pi .J 1 T fa Sua. L.L.fia.'ir
V.aasaAj s I aVSMsass. iU, AalatsMntaaalalftat,
WAGON KKI'AI KING
All kiiuld of
FA KM IMPLEMENTS
luminous orbs of our many
AVe fntrclnce JiTf the LATEST FABRICS ot the season. Our 10. 12i-'. 15
18, 20, 22 and 2.1 cent Dress (Jooris are well worthy of vour inspection.
Also, a full line of WHITE GOODS, DRESS' LINENS, TWO-TONBD
RIIIBONS, LACES, RUCHES, CASHMERES, ZEPHYR and SPRING
SHAWLS, and countless articles impossible to mention in detail.
Our Millinery Department
Embraces all the Latest Novelties in LEGHORN FIjATS. FRENCH CHIP
and STRA W GOODS. Our SILK TURBANS and PATTERN HATS are
me admiration ot every one. e also show l.OW triimrrc-'I hats from 31
Great Reduction in Boots & Shoes
20 to 25 Per Cent.
HLOWIEIR, rjyjE3L3ST LAST "STEAIR,
Mi'ilrs' I'rinre Albert
" r.;is Rail Shoes
" Two-llnckle Plow Slint
Ccnuino Hand Sewed Tl-s
' liana Sewca Alexis
Ladies' Slii'pers $ ,2."
" J 1 :t If Shoes
" IVlible Gout, biile Lae l.S."
" Kip. " . 1.K-,
" Krencli I'.utlon a.M
" (.ioat, liutton, vorked button-hole) 2M)
Last Year. ?1.2'
' " 1.7S
- " 1.40
" " 8.00
EYJlllYTlUSa ELS1S IS PJlOPOltTIOX.
SPRING IS COMING!
Agricultural Imp lc m en tsr
Prom a IMircshiiig 3Iachiiii; lo a Hoe
AND WAY BOWK CHEAP.
1 ILJi VLJ3
The King of Plow Sellers.
Horse, 31 uie & OxSIiocins;.
In short, we'll slioe nnvthinff that har
four feet, from ;i Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
on Fifth St between Alain :ird Vine Streets,
just across evornrr from the kv liKUAl '
KEEN AN Si GK ACE.
Retail Lipor Dealers.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
PLATTSMOUTII - - XEIi.
4 T T WrTTl Tk r r V-- S r-v .-v aa- t . ..a .. ...
aiiti uuuv.s. i ne oniy uouse in me cit' that carries a
clean i resh ."itock of (Joods of latest styles and fabrics known of the season.
Corner Gd and Main .Streets,
IS HEADY TO TALK TO THE FAKMEKS OX
Seeders and Sfellk CMsMers
Jlcvn 'o tvSj CizLLL 'citorg,
Shovuls, Hoes, Spades, and IIand-rake&,
Buggies ana gpi:inQ Wagons,
Ail kinds of HARVESTING Machines
ill tind here displayed a fine line of Furnishing goods that cannot fail to
command their attention and patronage.
Mowers, Reapers & Headers,
Suits from 86.00
We have, tho best assortment of
Vibrator Threshers, N1
CHOIRS & SUEI'I'AltD'.S,
THE J J EST MADE
IJilliard Hall and Salo n
Main street, four doors from Sixth
Neville's old place.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, ALES,
WINES, d C.
Jtoinciiibrr The Tnuie nnd 1'Ihc-.
Keenan & Grace.
To be found.
;-4?t an ami compare 'vr ooods and Prices, and vou will receive the
uenehts ueiivid therelrom.
SOLOMON & NATHAN.
has come home,
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand,
HEARSE I FUNERALS.
I want all of my
Ureat Sale of Tlioron?hbrel Short-Horn
Cattle at the Fair Grounds.
Coun'cil Bluffs, Iowa,
Thursday, June 2G, 79.
OKEAT SALE OF THE SEASON.
100 head will be offered. Some choice
Lulls for the Ureeder or Farmers' usp,.
a number of cows in calf, or with calf
at side. Ja. grand lot of heifers-
The entire herd of William Orr, of
Council liluffs, will be offered, liob
eri Miller, of West Liberty, Iowa, S. A
Knapp, of Vinton, and other leading
breeders join in the sale.
Everything guaranteed as represent
ed. Six months time on approved notes-.
Sale to commence at one o'clock p. in.,
sharp. For particulars address
IT. X. "Wjikelek, Denison, la.
Agent "Western Stock Journal and Far
mer, fedar Hapids, or W-M. Our..
Council Jjluff, Iowa.
liccount.s fettled to il.ifp.
iiii'l I stiall ! no more creait"huiness. All olil
aeroiints must settled np, ami no new ones
will le made. I'nless sueh aeeuunts are etrid
slinrtlr tliey will le sued.
I wish 10 do asinetlycasli business ill future.
4C!y I'lattsmouth, N6,.
A. H. Jackman & Sons.
r HO PR I KTO KS.
Shippers of Grain.
CSSi.ecia.1 u!tntion given to all kiuds of Cu
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
01 larm and otlier. inaeliiiierv, an
is a good lat lie in my siiop.
PETER HA U EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
lias taken charge of tlie wagon shop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WOK KM AN.
Xew AVasoiis and Itiursrieft ui.kIo to
Shop on Sixthstreet opuoite Streiht's Stable
W. D. JONES'
Again takes the
Brick Livery Stable,
TLATTSMGUTH, - - NEBRASKA
Tlif old Honner StaMes. In riatteinouth, are
now leased by Wsi. 1. JONES, and lie has on
hand new aul lraudeouie accuiumodations, iu
tbtt shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
S ADDLE HORSES.
I am prepared to keep HOKSES
FOR SALE 8 TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
That tilth plenty of room (that every one
knows I have) i: my etabl 1 can t Farmer'
dock ami wnuons. loads of hay, &c, under cov
er, where thev will keep dry.
Tiiankiim all my old patrons for their liberal
ity. I solicit their trade fortlie future. iatist1fd
that I can accommodate them better and do
better by them than ever before.
WiL I). JOXES.
J. W. Anderson,
PRY GOODS, GROCERIES. NO
TIONS, HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Hardware ami (Jueensware.
THE II I ; II F.ST
Itlat-kct Iriec Iaid for
BUTTER and EGGS.
We Sell Goods
At BED ROCK Figures. Come one,
Come all, and see for yourselves. ,
4 in 3
BEST FARMING LANDS
VOH SALE BV
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest.
SLc Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
and 20 per cent Discount.
Oter Liberal l)iioant Var C'nwh
ltlietnte on Karri nnd Krelehtu,
anil l'remiuinia tor Improve
ment, Tamphletsjiad Map. containing full partic
ulars will lie mailed free to any part of the
world on applieat ion to
LAND COilMlSSKlNKK. B. : M. R. K.
Lincoln .N khkaska.
Dexter, Dexter King and Dexter Queen
Are Unsurpassed for Easy Riding, Durability, and Beauty.
- ' i -a '
ET Many Thousands Now in Use.
And ho has brought the finest line erf
Dress Go-ods, Staple Goods, Fancy
Goods and N otionsyou ever saw.
ie by the acfe9b4 and
laes till you eaeE5dfes4
Imts mnl cap tiiS
you mu&z huy.
Spring and Summer Goods eyer and ever so cheap
Now is your chattco bound to sell and undersell anyhwly. Hurry
vp. I want to go Eaat again nrxt month.
BEST IS CHEAPEST THOUGH IT MAY COST A LITTLE MOREL
utvi. pRiulej uvptwliiitT. lrenait4Utp
tat jjawtictila-. Jin Caki.to.
11 V).i7ou Sit. Chk-nyn, nL
P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE w
lilSTORYcF the WORLD
Send for Circular Giving Price
and Full Description to
BETTER SPRING CO.,
K t j
Me from Befinei' Grans Cream of Tartar.
Recommended by tha Brooklyn (N. Y. Board of Health ani by tho first
cbetuisu in the Ciuie'i K la tea.
We wiU pay $1000.00 for any or otter
adulteration found, in this Powder.
LEV IS' FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
1 i j THIS BEST A jTP STROyGKSTf IAIK.
ji MAHtFACTLRtO BY THK
hk CEO. T. LEWIS & IYIENZIES CO,
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