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STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Oor. 14th & Farnham Sts., Omaha, Neb.
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
RAMSAY & CO.'S CUT PAPJ.lt PATTERNS,
KOlt LADIES', MISSES' AND IJOYS' GARMENTS.
Burlington .Route Tim Tablo.
CAST, SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST.
Wcstlwjl.o'iso Safety UraKc.
I.F.AVF. OMAHA 1:M P.
Klatlonl. Allan! It lit. MM.
Arrive Buillngtw.... 850 a. m. 9.15
In Mtnitot 11:23 A.M. 3 33
do Ctiltflgo 3M P. M. 7.W A. M
lu TeorU US3A.lt. I.:Wa.m
Throuitliiaxkuiiho alhv.ourl Illver to
Connections at Ibvnx v al wltli linn leading to tho lint, North nnd South.
Ihlsls the best. loi lest, quickest and thrail route.
lo not liedwvlvisl, but oUtln tickets via
TOUlALIft, UCU'J lllkCl .Igeill.
a(h:nts wantkd on Tin:
OF Till'. VXITI'.D stati:s.
1 5flft PA(IF- an.l HA) F.ngravlngs,
MwW printed In FiikIIsIi and Herman.
Written by twents Puiliiint Author. In
rlmllng John II. (lough, lion. U-on Case,
Kdward llowland, Ilev. l:. l-dwlu Hall,
Phlllplllpley. Albert llrislanc, llorsicedreo
y, F. II. Perkins, etc., etc.
This work is a complete history of all
branches of Industrj , processes of iiiaiiuhic
ture, etc., In all ages. Ill' complete t-ncy-;loiIIaof
moU entertaining and valuable work of In
lonualtun on subjects of general Interest
ever offered to the jiuhlic. It li adapted to
the wanta of tho Merchant, Manufacturer,
Klu.Uat.lf. I'artnfr. MlldellL and lliveiltor.
ml u.lliiiliihnldaiid voinm of nil cLl-ws. .
The book Is sold by agints, wiio aro making .
largo sales III all parisoi inecoiiiiiry. n is
offerel at the low price o! (3 AH. and Is the
cheapest bookever wild by subscription. No
family ahotild be without a copir. W'u want aenti lu erery town In tho Vfnltod States, and no
agent can lall to do well with thU book. Our ternm are liberal. Woglreour anU the cxclu-
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Wewantaeu vk. It discloses all the mysteries of the Detective System. II Is a
record lor the part tweiy yrs of tho most skillful debt lives of this country, lu whlili the
craft of Ilatik UobUrv, M tUciet, l'likockcts, lottery .Meu.l'iiiinlerfeltMiiney llmlers, ami swin
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Dlellonary ol the bible in tho English Liintriitiiro, liy Wm. Smith, LL. 1.
it Is written by seventy of the most dlstlnguishel divines in l:urooaiid America, and Is the
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wltli over 123 steel and wood cm-ravines. It contains every iianin In thcJIlbloof Importance,
and Is a book needed by every Christian family. It is printed In double column, In ono large
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CHEAP FARMS FREE HOMES !
UNION PACIFIC R. R.
A Land Grant of 12,000,000 Acrsj of tba best FARMIN0 and MINERAL tinds of America.
,01)0,000 ACHES IX NEUimKAIN THE (JilEVP 1IjV.TI'K VAIjLE Y
THE QARDEN OP THEWE3T NOW I'OR 8ALE 1
These lands are In tho central portion of the United States, on the 4ttt di-Tts of North I.it
ude, the central llnool the great TemeraU9 Zone of the American Continent, and for gr.il
growing and stocw raising uniurpassed by any In the United States,
i.OUEAPER IN PRIOE, mors favorable terms given, and more convenient to tnirkol than can be
IV found Eliewhcre.
W FIVE aod TEN TEAR3' 0REDIT OIVEN with INTERE3T AT SIX PER 0ENT.
COLONISTS Ud A0TOALETTLERJ LANDS at the same
A Deduction or TEX 1'KK CENT. FOR CASH.
Proo s3oraoatoadM for Actual Sottloi-s.
THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES!
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
Froo Faniioa to Furolxiisors of Inuid!
rnd for new Pescrlptlve I'amphlet, with new Maps, published In Ittiglluli, Oernnn, Swedls'
and Danish, mailed Ireeeverywlurt. Address, . 3B. 3D-A."7"IIS.
JulT22dawtf land CommlMloner U. 1'. It. It. Co., Oinalu, J) eb
nE3sri"5r Xj. latey
OYSTERS, CANDIES, NUTS, ETC.
170 llouclaw St., Oox-. T-crolI'tli.
Omaha, - Nebraska
' a3wtox-xi. Orclor 33xii3liovtod.
A. H. GLADSTONE & CO.,
ft axrAi.i, oitiuuis riuiMirri.r Fii.i.i:i.-tiu
5l Thlrteonth Street.
J Whips, Bridles, Etc
BEPAIRINQ SONEtPROMPTLY AND AT
Pullman's Palace Dining Cars.
B 30 a. )l.
10 00 A.M.
4 20 P. M.
9 20 A. M.
Mat torn. AlUntic ..
At. Indianapolis. (j.2i) p. M.
do Cincinnati.... 1I:W p. t.
do Iwaniort- :VS P. l.
no uoiiiiiiims ...... .':) a. u.
0,20 P. M.
Chicago, unuanaiolls, (.inclimatl, iigiusjiorl and
the lliirlington A .Missouri lilwr Kill road.
v. ... i i.i.rw.io. utu I Clip I.
1.M copies In cliiht day ; anotlier sol 1 3d lu two
sris vt. t' i !( (I . i
U. JJUltlt & HYDE, Publialiers,
Hartford, Conn,, Chicago, III., Cincinnati, (J
Continental Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
On tlio 1st Day of January, 1S7!I.
Made to Iho Auditor of the State of Nebraska,
pursuant to Matule.
Gash Giriltal 1.000.00(1 00
Casb Snrplm 1,284,251 07
Canb on hand and lu
lUuks rU'l.TM ti
lAiansou U.S. andoth-
tr stocks and Imnds
(market value .'sy,.
talt.SO) (uyable on
demand 41,270 00
J 41I,ai0 29
luns or. lamd anil mortgage (on
real ivtate worth tt,Hli,7.'sl) -. 432,300 00
V. h and other stocks and bonds
owned by the Company , 379,102 f-0
itrairsiate owms. uj iuc.sjiup liyM o.ij.msi lu
l'rem'sdueandiinpald 1C9.7US 33
lut, dueand unpaid ,. 17,221 So
lU'iilsdueandunrued .1,133 33
Total !2,2f4,2.,Sl 97
Dividends due stockholders, and
scrip and scrip Int. unpaid $ 49,790 S3
Ix.s unpaid . ... IM.IWt 27
Total . .$ 'JU,IM 79
Auditor's Certificate and copy of htatement
filed with Clerk of Douglas county.
FltKNffll A MiKOO.V, Agents.
'I AdErj-ri rlBL
I WANTED ArLrL iW-
m, IJ.B. BURR & HYDE, -&Z,
KM l runusiinns, TKffvlPvSl
Ji I Hartford, Oonu. irSKKkr-
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OMAHA WH0LE3AEE MAKKKf.
OMAHA April 4 17
Fr dehrUed condition of Msro-f And lie
talM I'rks, sts) load roliinttK,
BUTIhK A .sow. m
Ctwrti table Mlt'-v a
O.njil ttrkin .. .. . 15
rg., t di 1.1
rtlAIr IIAKtl IMIJIDr
lUos.hMry (llfefkMwllli) 1 i'i
llltolwn -l Htaeksmltk) ..- 1.1
Vtttt Jotl. M to in
AHthrrtM... m '.u u
laws - . .. 1 00
WjBIJjItUJ . 11(11
.vllsxtufi . , in i.i
New York I'jdui j, pjr l .,.,.
Western Hvrv, pr II
H'wle ii iMtvy, trlb
O O. Java
ltlo, i Ihi1v
1'h n Ic
l'oachii, 2 Hi. iwrcaie.,..
I 7ii1 DO
S OOili SO
I 73 13 25
linr oooIj ruiMii.
I Mil M
Figs, drums, er lb
IUlslns, layers, er box, new...-
Dried currents, Zant.i, new
Drlisl apples, la.Mctn
Drletl pltlisl iherrles
l'eathes, pansl, new
Peaches, unparod, new (halves).
Turkish prunes, new
FLOUR AMI MKAL
Flour, winter, V bbl
do do V aik
do Nebraska do
Mtul do bolted
do do plain.
llran, per ton
CVlfish, OeorKi-s bit.k
Maikiral, No. 1, ) bbl I
" " Cits
While Fish " bids.
sardines, i Loin., tier cav
do ho rot
Deer, ilry, tier lb In hair .
5 OOa'I 60
tl OOllO Oj
2 0iJa2 Ml
6 OOifi &0
i r,u go
It OOalO 00
1 da 2 2o
Wheat, eholte mlllliij
do No 2
Oats, lu bulk
York Mills 21 I Ir.es.lale
Wamsutta 20 1 Aiiioslttu
HKAVV UROW.S SIIKK1IMIS.
1 1 VI 4
2 002 23
3 OUuS 25
A 00a3 50
2 00a2 23
Kettle, rin. choice
Country, choice, nr lb
F. A Co., wood caddies
I.1JIK, HAIK, AC.
Lime, V I'bl
Planter, Uraud lLipld
Hair, kt bale of 4U lbs
Dry bait .
liraudcd, 10 iiercent. of, dam
aied 2.IJ4 do
lOd lo 0l, cr keg
Wrought nails per 100 lbs
Gd Unfailing nails, jwr 100 1U..
3 tlo do do do...,
10 do do do do....
1-ln. bbl do do do...
Horse nulls Norlhwesurn.per lb
llurdcu's horse shoes, per ki-...
do mule do do .. .
Lard, No. 1
West Vn Lubricating Oil
Mess )ork V bbl
Hams, plain, V lb
Hams, sH lb., sugar cured ,
llacon clear sides V lb
Dried beif, l'UIn
White laud, strlctlv pure.
do do fancy brands
du Zinc, pure 1'ieiali
do do do American
do do fancy brands
Itcd Iifad, pure Amiricau
Putty, lu bladder!
M. A U. No. lPalin
do No. 1 ltoiu.
I. X.I-. Olfve
Toilet Honey, per gros.,
do Castile, pisr U.
Family soap -...,
f 12 00
IROM ANU 1TKKL.
Iron,ioincii(iiiir assorted er lb,
do round and spuaro
"do horo stioo bar
do hiuip and lldit baud
Cast Mill, American
llllstir steel American
Herman steel, plow and spring...
Nurviay kail rods, Htusoue
tlVK STOl K,
Native shipping steers.
Natlvu buuliers' stock
Hogs, on foot,V lb
.Sheep, V Hi
Calves, V lb. gross
Patent cut loaf
7a 1 2
Coarse tier lb
lfcilry, hIiIi Uigs
Calry, without lugs
relijn r, !
Caula, V lb
Nutmegs, No 1
Nutmegs, No. 2
a 1 35
a 1 20
Coiumoii...JS a C' I laundry..,
Gloss 10 a 11 Corn
Fine cut chewing, -xU., ,
Choice ....., .
Medium ... . ,-.
1 lull Li Ight ...MM.......M.
Dark navy ...
Young Hyson, common
do do fair
do do good
do do prime.
do do choice .....
do do extra choice
Imperial, iuM-rlor lo fine
do extra to choice..
(luniowder, tuimrlor to fine
do extra to choice
Japan Natural Uaf,uno to extra
Japan Natural U-af, fine to
JapaulNatural lauf. .
Oolong, fair to good
Oolong, good to prlaie
Oolong, extra ; .
95 ai 05
1 10 al SO
75 a 80
10 al 15
93 al 00
1 43 al 60
TO a T3
80 al 00
90 a 95
GO a G5
85 a 90
VO 1 00
Titr. Xuttliwcstcrn Mutual Life In
surance company, In their usual
prompt style, Iiiih jut p.titl through
their agent, (V. II. I.-iwtou) $1,(100
to Mr-. Wm. Hill.
-lip iti nml Stitlf.
Count Treasurer McShniievxteiuU
a cordial invitation to alt real etate
owner to xtep up ami settle their
taxM. They will become tlelinqtient
for the year 1872 on the lut of M.ty.
Girr your watch and jewelry re
paired at Whipple & Sander's, i!04
unugiaa street, near comer of loth.
Ui;HlNl(jAltlof the lateH styles
at the Hit. ollice, ntiiclc, neat and
cheap. Call and cee. jimOtf
Wlml II Cost Illin.
A gentleman of this city mW a
piece of lnnd two or three day since,
anil linil to pay $K hack taxes, whereas
if he had paid his taxes at the projer
time it would onlv have cost him
THE City Printers, fiOO Kith at.
Call nutliKce. C. L. .lenkins & Co.
Oi:nuini: custom-made clothing
111.' M T.'lrrllllnr ')AA I.V ...I. ..... ., !...
.... ..bHiivi, vu .nullum Qlicci,
Omaha, Neb. marlSml
Iveep the Nlileimlka C'leiir.
Merchants and whop keepers, who
are in the habit of displaying their
wares on tho sidewalks of our princi
pal streets, have been untitled by the
City Marshal to keep the. same oil' the
outer edges of tho pavements.
Bill IIkaim Letter Heads, State
ments and Circulars printed in the
very best and latest styles, at the
IV. C. Treat, the agent in this city
of tho .Michigan Central, this morn
ing received a dispatch stating that
on Monday Pullman cars would be
gin running through to New York
from Chicago, by way of the Michi
gan Central and Great Western rail
roads. This is good news for the
Cam, at the Bi:i: Ollice if you want
good job printing, at retainable prices.
Hi:nky & Donf.ckf.n-, Undertak
ers, No. r09 Twelfth street, between
I-arnham and Douglas. ap5tf
lllw First Aiieur.nci
Herbert T. Lcavitt made his first
appearance on any stage in Omaha,
as nn auctioneer, at Wilson's Auction
Store, last Saturday morning. He
was a little embarrassed at first,
owing to the fact Unit his first ctrort
consisted in tho knockingdown of the
contents of a lady's trunk.
Tun best cutter in the West, Geo.
Shaw, at SteinV. mar.11 tf
Indian curiosities at 103 Farnham
I'lll Ills l-liol In It.
Saturday evening a lady living on
Twelfth street invested eight dollars
in a new stovc-pipo hat, which die
purchased for the purpose of complet
ing her ridingcostuine. In tho after
noon, as she was mounting her steed
to take an equestrian trip about the
city, her Move-pipe tumbled off, and
the hor.o put his foot through it,
which caused an indefinite postpone
ment of the ride.
IIkuiesi prices paid for raw furs at
A. Huberman, fill and 01 it, Thir
teenth bt., Omaha. mar2tf
It N .sincerely to be hoped that
tho "adult residents" of Omaha, who
may attend tho public exhibition of
the High School on Friday evening
of this week, will not tako "their
wliiaky with them and make a night
of it," and thus proyc that the New
York Herald of a recent date, Hin
dered tho fair fame of this city, when
it made the following statement:
"One of the most encouraging evi
dences of advancing civilization in
Omaha is tho interest manifested in
the public school exhibitions by tho
adult residents, who are in the habit
of taking their whisky with them
and 'making a night of it.' The
only dilliculty is that their attend
ance is bometimca &o numerous
and enthusiastic as to drive the
teachers and pupils altogether out of
tho room, as has happened two or
three times lately in Nemaha county."
Important to tho public I Extra
ordinary success in propatratlng.
Hyan & Co., Milita'ry Hoad.
Saturday morning at Wilson's
auction store, a beautful parlor orna
iuenl,tiu tho shape of an artificial foun
tain, valued at ?100 was sold to tho
highest bidder, Mr. G. M. Bradley,
for tho sum of $15. The fountain is
composed of a bed of roses, with up
right glass tubes running through
them, tho water being forced through
them by means of a force-pump. It
was purchased in Philadelphia bv a
former resident of Omaha, but now
of Salt Lake, and was on its way to
Salt Lake in a trunk, when it was
K'ized on an attachment to satisfy a
judgement obtained by an Omaha
clothing merchant against its owner.
Tho clothier is of the opinion that if
a man can afTord to buy a hundred
and fifty dollar fountain, 'ho should
bo made to pay his clothes bill.
Tnu best styles at J. If. Stein's.
voices of the day.
I-ruin the Dally (irsphle
Gold 111! Ominous, indeed, is
this steady dip downward uf tin
trembling needle of the great IWmI
barometer at the Evchiinne.
What does it mean ?
Well, ladic", it niitins that you
hae been eomewh.it extr.ivapini ol
late years. You were diligent anil
reasonably economical during the
war, and o -hull not soon furicl
with what ardor you made Havelocks
for the distant brutes; nor how ou
went forth among the hospitals to
succor the wounded nor how you
organized ehttreh talis, and sinful
uui ciiantable and generous little lot
teries, in aid of the widowed and the
orphaned. But since then you have
really been spending too much mo
ney. Look at this:
"In the first three months of the
present year, the iniorts of drv
goods at the port of Xew York alone
were valued at $120,1)03,01.1."
Do you know, ladies, how much
$120,903,013 is? Take your dainty
little ivory tablets and your ruby
tipped gold Pencils and "compute a
v Vlml'oul how many square roods,
olothVr measure, it Mould cover in
solid colden nieces.
Find out how many days' work of
men it wouiu take to dig this gold
out of the earth.
Find out, approximately, how long
it would take all the fimhlnnulilv
dressod ladies in tho United States
(for you know they are comparatively
few of the whole number) to cam
this money at the wages of teachers,
cooks, Dcaius tresses, or in any other
industry in which women engage.
Then your pretty eyes will open wide
in astonishment, and it will bchown
to you that tin indulgence of your
vanities for a single vear costs you
more than you could honestly earn
in all your lifetime.
Putting the question to you fairly,
ladiej, as conscientious beings, capa
ble of discerning the truth when it is
shown to you, do you not think that
you are tho instigation of nine-tenthu
of tho prodigal extravagance which
winds nations into 'bankruptcy,
numb' ihe hands of honest indtistrv
as w.th deadly nightshade, and
8tcr.lt.iily undermines and corrupts
society? You don't? Well, let us
consider the matter a little. Being
ladies, you ot cour.-c hate figures, so I
will avoid them as niuoh as I can.
You niii-t know that ever since tlie
close of the war we have been sending
away all the gold which our miners
dug out of the mountains of Colora
do and Montana, and washed from
the rhcr-beds of Nevada and
California, and all tho wheat grown
by the farmers of Iowa ami
Missouri and Wisconsin, ail thecotton
grown in the Southern State- in
short, all the articles which could be
sold abroad. And in addition to this
we have sent enormous quantities of
bonds. Bonds of the nation and the
States, and of railroad companies of
everything, indeed, on which a bond
could be based ; and what have we
got in return for all this V
Madame, your jupon, your frill,
your exceedingly becoming robe of
Genoa velvet, your gloves, your car
rings, your watches of Geneva, and
your Parisian went bottles. This is
all. Many of these things are worn
out, Madame. You have bunded
somo of them to yourmaid, and when
they become too much worn for her
fastidious and refined taste, she
pas!d them on to the imtrefmnd
iChnbit, and now they flaunt their
faded splendors in " the purlieus
rag fair. They tiro not
paid for yet. You may honestly
have paid your haborda-hcr's bill,
and, perhaps, (but this is not likely)
can show the receipt for it. But all
thcs-imc we owe for them yet. We
have given bonds to the foreign mer
chant. After giving him all that our
industry produced, it was Hoo little
to pay lor your decoration". So we
have given him, so to speak, promises,
to pay hereafter; and, meantime, wo
must pay tho interest. And, fair
lady, no principal nor interest nor
other debt is ever paid except with
groanings and toil, hard, griping
economies anil self-denial, and all bit
terness of spirit. How much of this
will fall to thy share, thinkest thou ?
You of course do not understand
why you should not have pretty
thiucs, nor why because you cIioomj
to buy cashmere shawlit and Malines
lace, and old point tie Venice- and
ropes of pearls and aigrettes, of dia
mond., nnd tables of Florentine
mosaic, and rich old tapestries and
embroidered silken hangings, and
services ot Severes and the like, that
gold should be so disagreeable as to
o up, or the country exhibit signs of
istre-s and panic. It is hardly ex
pected that you should know the-e
things, nor forebode peril until it
comes upon you. But as Pan is your
humble servant nud constant admirer,
ho will break to you gently tho fact
that yourextravagance has, in all like
lihood, wrought serious damage to
tho country, and that it would not
bo surprising if, among its efflcts,
should be far-reaching nnd wide
spread ruin. It is likely that tlie
iwift and flimsy fabrics of wealth
reared all about us within tlie last
decade, resting on no solid or endur
ing basis, will bo toppled over at the
first blnst of tho oncoming storm, and
their wrecks spread far and wide. If
tho suffering attendant on this condi
tion fell only on those who had sown
the wind, nnd were, therefore, enti
tled to reap tho whirlwind, it would
be well. But, like tho rain, it falls
aliko on the just and unjust, those
who have wrought with patient and
diligent industry, and those who
havo wasted substance in proditral
and ostentatious display. PanT
Tho Evansvillo Journal vouches
for the truth of tho report that a eat
owned by Peter It. Brutcher, of that
city, recently gave birth to four kit
tens nnd a puppy. It says: "The
caninooflsjiringofa felino mother is
about tlie same sizo of the kittens,
and resembles them only in one par
ticular viz: in its paws, which uro
furnished with sharp claws like tho-e
of tho cat."
Tho Washington Jlejuiblinui. of
the 10th, says : ' Yesterday morning,
while borne colored men were remov
ing tho bodies in tho Union Bethel
burial ground, on Thirteenth, be
tween IT and V streets, they disin
terred the body of a yellow man,
who had been buried forty years, in
a petrified stato, but tho coflin en
tirely decayed. Tho body was re
moved to a wagon uud taken to
Mount Pleasant Plains Cemetery,
where it was reburied.
A NOBLE CHARv
I'o errs t lh
ISfobuiska State Or
phi a .5ylam.
r l-e Drawn In ' -.1 lie
MAY 20fc!i. 1873,
M i!el' x s ) '.H 1 1 e, u i i . at 1 i i.i
8230,505.0 j :
I It Lets $ l.'ncli, nr Sk fur $..
Tl. kels pent lit Ktprr-r I'
1 tlran.l lUsli Prise
I 1 1 Mill. 1 Cash Prlte
I (I run. I I a-e Prire ...
1 Cash Prise
t "'ash Prlre
.Cuh Prlres, f t,l.i each ..
4 (ih l'r laes, J2,isj raeli ..
2 I'u.h Prises, fl.Ovkl e.i.h .
60 ta.h Prlres, Kaih !lou ,
KM ' ' " to
am " " a.
3,000 ' ' ' l
3,ini " ,
O II , dcslicd.
S,l.ri .is:i prices aiiiniiutliig to ... ,2!l,'03
This l-.:d F.uterprls.. I, cndnrx-d by Iho
hllie-l iiiilhoiily of the Male and t-si but in a
Orel iiiie-hilf Ihe tickets taken before (M
1st. Ihelimiu-d miiiitvr on hand fll bpfur
nlshisl those who apply first.
Money tun lw m-nt by mall, lu lb-ul(crcd
latltr, Post Office Money Orders, nr r lii
pross. All l"rls will I paid In lull. AciKMTs
S AM KP. For full iiartleulars address
J. M. PArrKK,
octl'JiUwtf (lenersl Manager, Omaha Neli.
inittpririRliJ Is tola I si.
tbtf hbI ihkpi iblli
Jl.ooiffl- la roluelu bJ .icmoUi.sj hI.,.til
lo (.finTiMhf tutuf IfiUn it
TbUlfl to ibltrfMliic ik oft tifiJrfJ oJ ltt
r ctf, Itb bururtu rnfrfttlugt buJ routklsw ttua)
hformttion ff iliosvty b tri niiirilfil crcobirtsiU'. tjf
ru. Hit ll lln book tbitvwghi is u Iff i uui rtM
in !;, to 1 liolUit rartlsTMt tutth bui.
Ii eon lain ih r nrlnifsT ml ftJtlc f t-btilcUn
vhnaertpntttlonU crU U, nj huM Ulh th pi
UW ItttubfKn fftrrit)( tt tbt i.l'jfctorihflltwB
rtlr iyttsm ihtt I worth ids.U,4 iuucUUii
pet pghlttbfd to tor other work
Hroito toy oe (frt ef rtte) fori" I fir CfOti.
Ad)rtf Dr. Hutu li.tpci.ltrf.. 12 S. ELlb ilft.i
fit. I.UMl. U-
Kctleo to tho Afflicted and Unfortnnato.
r-jblle tri,or btlnr fttif sc rtmMItt pttruot !r
ItMita vorknomatitr hs.tyiirJIfcf It.cr btw tft (tor
able tour robjltton.
fir him en (( b double hen i of ttntf
room t f indorted bj loni a X thf maitcrlebrittJ tueJl
ti rgMoref ihltcountrv ui Kutei, tndsrtti l-n
it It-'. .runlljr or j biIT, on ihtdlivttei metuttr 1
l.u . rht (tti.ft tud i trlori. s. IS k.ibib 3U;
Uiru JIrklBi CLiD-t,Ul Loult U.
1 68 Fine Street, bet.th fc? 5;,
Minufjctuten of, and Dealers In
Book jxd News Tvpe,
STEREOTYPING Sc ELECTROTVPING
In all their various branches.
Wood Enoavinc, and Pattisn Littim ro
Millions of Acres !
Comprising many of the
BEST PHAIIUE LANDS
AND lOKMU.t IIYTIIK
Biuiiugtoa & Missouri Ither It. It.
OX TUX YEAUS' CUKIHT, AT SIX
No part of Principal duo for wo years from
1111 n base, and afterwards only one-ninth yearly,
'roducta will pay for land and Improvement.
The l'rlresot these lauds are low, raiiiuij
generally in luwa, from Id to SIO er acre, nod
In Nebraska from (I to 812 per aire, with some
less and some more.
They vary according to soli, location, water
supply, tlmlK-r, and other advantages, lu pre
cisely Iho same manner as do othir lards.
All the peculiarities of fiery lot tillered
for aali , may bo learned at the olhce of the
Land Commissioner, or of any of the local
agcntialontf the Hue; but every nun will, ol
course, examine in person the land he cxpetts
to cultivate, and tlie locality where Is to If his
future home, ami fur this every facility Is
These Iowa ami Nebraska Lands
re not exceeded In fertility, Isiauly, an all
attractions and advanbujes of locality and soil
which are essential lu Ihe t-sllmalioii ol farm
ers, by any region in the world j while trade,
luanulacluris, arts, silence, and all tho attend
ants of refinement and luxury, which enter
prl'ociiu Introduce and thrift maintain, are
following rapidly the march ol settlement
'1 lie llallro.ul lauds already sold have been
woiiderlully Improved, and the linn-mo In
their lalue Is lare, In many cases almost in
credible. Much equally pood laud remains unsold, and
can bo purihased at low rates, ou tlie same easy
terms of payment and with equally good pros
peels ol steady and large Increase in value.
The purchaser pays at the outset, one year's
interest at six per cent, ou the value of his
land; at the end of a jear ho luaVts auother
similar payment of six jut cent. only.
At the end of the second year ho makes pay
ment of ono-iil n Hi part of the principal of the
purchase money and one year's Interest at six
percent, on tlie remainder, and the same at
the end of etch siicci salve year thereallcr, im
III all has been paid.
II he chooses to pay cash down, or one-third
cash aud the balance In one and two years,
wltli Interest at ten per cent, annually, he Is
allowed an outright discount of 20 per cent, or
oiie-tlflh from the ten year price of the land.
aal-JleUer terms thin the) havo never been
olured, and probably never will bo.
l'arihn who purchase for casli receive a Cer
tificate of Purchase, and a Warranty Dew! as
soon as It call Im executed.
If liiinhasod either ou fehort Credit or Loiii:
Cred t, a Contract or a llond for a Deed Is cxe
culcd, and, so won as all tho payments aro
made, a Warranty Deed, free Irom any Incuin
brance, is given, precbnly as In the tase ol
lands purihased fur cash down,
No abstract ot title Is nets sary, as It Is wtll
known that the lands wire granted directly to
the railroad company by the Unllwl Slates.
Containing full and reliable Information con
ternlng these lands, Ue region lu whkh they
are sltuale.1, towns, schools, soil, climate, pro.
ducts, ittKlc, markets, railroads, etc., are lur
0ftKM ion 1IIKM.
Hvery individual who has any Idea o seek
Inga home in the far Wut should secure ntspy
wllhout delay, and naX It through unfulli
It will lai the lt preparation he tan hae.
On a large scale, showing the exact location
all our lands lu Iowa, lurKlshed for JOtent
eaih, and slinlhr maps of our lauds In N
braaka at the same prlte.
Apply to or address
UEOKOE S. IIAUHId,
Af ?JKJ.J'f,NTi?i?J. IW.. for Iowa Und.
At LINCOLN, NKfi , for Nebraska ljn.1..
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I iT i ISj I fi4rP
.Z-ATtZt . .
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-"-. - .-
rlTCRt'i "f?n. rut-
In the Mondcrf ill medltlne tnvthkli thpallllct
cd aro aboe potiitul for rcilif, the dUcint'rer
believes he has combined i harmony more nf
siiiuru s most suieieiv'll turatl.u pnip riles,
which God hns In-tlllcil Inln tho csclablo Mill!,
tloin fur hmllii Hits rh k, lliui wero etr before
combliiid 111 ono mcdlrlne 'I ho el lib nee of this
fact Is fu Hid lu thuLTiiit irlety of inurt obt.
ualu dlscics hit ti II hasbieuioundtoisiiiiiucr.
In tlie euro nf ISronrlilti. Severe
!oilKli","iid ihi'i-.iilt sbiireanf Coilsii nip
lion, It lus olinl!ii-ltl. imdiril fncultt.aud
imluiiit lihjrliiaiis louiMiiite It the Krcatcrt
imsllulillscnsiry of Iho aire. While It cures Ihe
meret t,V.u.'h, It stri millions Iho sjst inniiil
purifies llio liltiuil. lly lis Lrcat and
llinniuith WtKirt liiirlfliuproiirtli. Itciins.ilf
II II in (i r. from lliniinrst .Nt'i ofilln ton mm.
mon llltitt'li, I'iiiiplo ir 1'riipllon,
Mercurial tllHnse, Minenil l'tilnus i .1 ili'r
cfrectaiorniltcatPitniidlsiirin' hru mid a
sound ciinslltullontKtabllfhid Ills l)i'ltifc,
Sail ltlit-.I 111, B-'cfe Strt', rst'iil) of
l(uil;li Skin, In tfiort, all th" iiiitnerous
ilisejsts caused by bad blood, are ionim rid bj
this jioucrfiil, inirlfjln imC lalor.uln' mull
nine. If yon feel dull, drowsy, debilitated haie wil
low color of skin, nrjilloul.h hnmu wa on
face or body, frequent lieudjihe or dUzln.ss,
bad taste in mouth, intirnal hint, fir chills niter.
nalcdultli 1ml Hushes, low spirits, and gloomy
foreboding". Irrejiular appetite, nnd tuiifrut coat
ed. jnu are r-iifli rlnir from '1'orpltl I.I vtr ol
"illllmixiii't.." In liuny ca( nf ' l.lv r
Complaint)' only part of thce mptoms
aro ixpcricnced. As n remedy for nil sucli cases
Dr. Pierce's i.oldcii Medical DUcoiery has no
equal, us It eflicts pi rfect cures, Iriuln thn llur
strengthened nnd lie-.ltlir. Fur the cure of Ha
bitual CoiiHtlpnlliui or the Iloiuls it is
a never falling remedy, uud those who have ustd
It for this purpo-o nre lo id In lis pnili-o.
The proprietor oilers 1.000 reward for n meill.
clue that will cminl It fur tliu line of nil the dis
eases lor vv liich 1 1 1 recnmmciided.
Sold by dnislsts nt if 1 per bottle. Prepared
by It. V. Plerte. M. I)., Solo Proprietor, at till
Clitinleal Ijiboratnry, 1.11 beneca S-tti ft, jluiralo
bend jour address for n pamphh t.
The " Victor" ,S. all. Co.s
ni:w fruwi.vo mahiim:
Runs very Easy,
Huns very Fast,
Buns ery Still.
Has a New 8uatileoperIor to all Othcri.
(Jreat Iiiipro.emeitts lu Xecdle.
Cannot he Set Wrnut;.
Addre-sTlli: "VICI'OU" S. M. CO.
No MTtlith tlreet
Four doors west of llroiday,N I',
New Type !
BEE JOB OFFICE.
PLAIN AND FANCY
in i in:
german and english
1'iHif Willi .VruliiftH itiid llihiini
No. 138 Farnham Street
lletwttn Nlutli and Teiilh.
Call at the lIKi: IIIVK for all Und. of p ,l
In Ilia Ms-btwlfetvleof Iho Alt.
i:i-:rml.,i, Tuu.li. tlie,, I'nrnm
In HoiilluvtMl Missouri 1
Iho Atlantic .1 I'atlflc railroa.1 colniuny cl-
l:.T.iL. .'... awl '" .'""' '" uilral and
liw-i I ii. . r i . ,""l "''"O". '"" lies aud
!T,m. .i1'.'?! k?d,'.,Jr ,.".v',.'' ''"'Kraiila fiom all
I-ilnts to this land of Irults and rlowers. For
sloner, fct. Iiuis, Mo, Jt."iltf
W HI i. 11 tiJ iT( i
i rTTswiiintmfr y ti)
,.1,3,00 Vvl MJI1! liHIsjarTSSwrfV-l ' IsJSSi
. - .et I l.'.lfl'l'llll.k'VJWII.itTI.'L-sli l- i .
- ' '" i mlnmFWf" ' iWf ii ' i
'''""" sgDirolsCTffiHilfi ffsjfctjfcjbidltj
- ao tfM&$WW0ffif6MmW&'&'K$&
i kkM ' i HHBiiH i mi 1 IM i
5,000 prwii i9BffVSl Ettffiife v
M,o iLLf.luMsMlilia5ZllsaSgM.frfa .
, a . "Ol
" MTCrti UK" lUr. J.,.,
- "" -..- .nr., si irom j. 10 51.1 per acre.
ou riven year.' time, with free transportation
from bt. Louis to all purchasers. Climate, soil
0Kcnf ;vi jsUFJwt wmt wwmjuvmm
n?TeV - 3?l!'J
"ir Tli ii 'r
Ijmtv ycnriiiiTt' scsibp opuluii'
t tins tiiliinuiV 1 dirl'iciniiation;
ii' i is iluu to ni'rit nloue. Wo
e-i i f iiro our oM patrons that it is;
ke .i nil. u;i to it o!. ptandaid;
Til istliooul u!tablcnml-eifet't-cl
'ty nation for lostoiinir; Ciit.vv
o. ' v i 'tll.ii: to its youtht.il color,
tn I i ' V 8 )fl. lustroiw. nnd silL-.m.
i tl,i, hy ill use, beeoines vthitu
t in. It tomovus nil cruptionn
i.i Imtl and, by its tonic piop
poveiits tho hair from liillinje
it sliimil.'llls nml tnini.il.,..
i' 1 1'
til lii i;'uul4. liy its use, thf hair
'i.. tiiu-kcr niitl Ptioiiger. In
.V In it ii'sloros tho ,.;iiiillni-v
"!iii Is to their liornini vigor, nnil
will e-i io n iicw,rowtli, L'cejt in
v'ii n 'oMnpcc. It is tho most eco
ii i i. II vi it DitKssiNo evcriiseil,
It rO'lllll'CS U'WIT niv.iliivttiis.io
.ii. 1 iics tho h:iirapiileiitiitl,iTlossy
f'!;i I..UU-0. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
St ito Assayor of IMnssachtisetts, says,
11 1 ho constituent!! nre jmre, iitul care
i i'iy .selected for excellent miulilv;
.uui 1 consider it tho Di:st ri:npA
itATiov for its intended purposes."
S'1 ilj nil Vniwjhl. nnd Dtattn in JMlctntK
Prloo Ono Dollar.
FOIt TUB W1USKERS.
As our KiMiewiu' in nifiny cases
le.jniiiM too long a time, nml too
niiitn cue, to restore gray or faded
Whisko'N, wo havo piopared this
d.,in oiHTjmparation ; wliieli will
'iie!Jy and ellbetually accomplish
tliis re rilt. It is easily npplietl,
an I produce., a color which will
neither rub nor wash oil'. Sold by
all DnirrjjUm. IVifi. I.'itly Cents.
Manufactured by It. P. HALL & CO.,
.1. U lll, ;jcn,
Foe Dlsoauoa of tho Throat nnd I.uiirb,
tiucli nn CoiiRha, Coltle, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Aethnui,
Among tho great
dlicov cries of modiru
reienco, few aro of
inoio real ilno to
mankind thai this if-
r.k.nnl rrui.tilir fur nil
Yj I dlicasei of tho 1 lirout
WlJ X nnd Lungs. 4 vast
AvX U trial or IU vlrlui-s.
throughout tills ami
other countries, has
shown that It does
turcly at.d itfi-ctually
control Hum. 'Iho testimony of our best citi
zens, of all clasvs, cstabltslies tho fact, that
CiiEtif.v PncToiub will and does relievo and
euro tliu afflicting disorders of tho Throat and
I.ungi beyond any other medicine. Tho most
dmgercus nucctlons of tho Pulmonary Organs
It III to Its power; and eaoi of Coiinniip
tlun, cured by this preparation, arc public
ly Known, so rcmarkablo as baldly to bo be
lieved, wero they not proven bejonrt dispute.
As n remedy It Is adequate, on ililc!i tho public
liny rely for full protection, lly curing L'oukIis,
tho forerunners of nioro serious ilUcaw, It raves
uunumliered lives, mid an amount of (ufTtrlng
not to bo computed. It challenges trial, and con.
vinces tlio most sceptical. l'.ury family should
Lcup It on hand as n protection against tho early
and iiiitiorcelicd attack of Pulmonary Affections,
which nro iaily met nt tint, but which becoinu
Incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
dir luiiies need this defence; and it is unvvlso to
bo wllhout It. As n raft-guard to children, amid
tlio dlstrp.sliig diseases which beset the Throat
ai.d Chest of Childhood, CiiEnuv Plctoiui.
U Invaluable; for, by Its flruely uw, multl
titudes nra rescued from prenrjturo graves, and
sact-d to tho lovo nnd affection centred ou them.
It acts speedily and surely against ordinary colds,
curing sound and health-restoring sleep. No
mm will nufTor troublesomolntliii-iim and pain
fal llrniitliitla, when thty know how easily
they can bo cured.
Originally Iho product nr long, laborious, ami
luccessful chemical Investlg-itlon, no cost or toll
Is spared In making every bottlo In the utmo.t
loasiblo ierrectlon. It may bo confidently n.
lied upon nsposaesslng all tlio virtues It has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures a,
niemorablu as tho greatest It has ever effected.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
I'riietli-nt nml An.ilj'tlrnl C'lifinlstM,
AOI.IIlir AM. UIlUflOIsTS KVnitVWHUItli
'. K itXll.S.V., Autnt
The MEDICAL WONDER.
A N IN'FAI I.II1LK SPFCIFIC FOIt DISEASES
t,J the I.IVKK, liUJOU, KIllNKVbaud JlOW.
J.I-S, and great corrective of all female deranee.
ments. It contains no alchohc vi'lnls and is the
xtgtUllt tuhtituUjr Cihmtl.
MhSSKb. J ft c. MAGUIKK, ht. Iuis, .Mo :
oentlcmcn I he undersigned having known you for
many j ears as reliable chemists and pharmaceu
lists and observing ihe effective act!u. of your
remedies for whatevor recommended, with to bear
voluntary evidence to the efficacy of your la.t. and
LUNDUkANGO lll'TfiKS." It Is all that sou
claim ror it as an alterative, irgallve, dtpuralor
and diiuetle, actine siwcially upon the liver, blood,
ildocys and Iwwrls. '
JOjiKI'lI IIKOW'.V Mayor, who adds; "I have
tMd this the most jilcasant and effective medicine
1 nave eeer used "
K"y.S S.W1jS Su,e Insurance Commissioner,
7lif- V,!',?e?!f 'he Mayor's opinion."
1IIO.S. HICIU-ON, J,. II UMI.IN
Vrn. Colhcr Uad & Oil of jtflln & Hand Powder
I). . M" HOUSER CHAS. O. OONTF.R,
IvWicW1'1'' Chm'n Ilem.Cen Com.
A'YA.t'fcKR. 1' G. FEKGUSdN.
llliiri.kaiM,le.ff?u.rt' "JWefMo Dcm.
I1HII1A1N A. 1III.I., Ilf.NKY'l. MUIH),
c nr rA,V?rncy at ,aw- l'" Cl7 ft Ce"""y Ass'r.
S. I IX)JI, FRANK VAI.I.lf,
lite Prcs. lloatman's ( Tk Court Crlm. Correct
navlngAss, n m ciIAMUI'lt'.
NORM! I. COUtAN, Pre,;ih" ft iWw.
M.S. MAUI NKl'I, Pres. Y. M C A
lIinqlVA,fVcV?Utc,,,r' K-A.SIIRYOCK, ' '
Si.Wk co. or& ,,a"-
1III:R(n IIARNfM. JAMKS AUCIILR.
of llarnum's Hotel,
Ami many others too numerous to mention.
'J. & C. MACUIRE,
Sole Proprietors, St. fouls, Mo,
PRICE, 75 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Fiiriift'iiro & Upliolslory"
Iade and Itepalrnl at rnasonablo at rales
J. H. TEBBEN'S,
I.Ietcntli St. hot. I'antliam ic Ilai ucy
uuTuu!!' 1,alJ'ur h""'a-l"," 'ur..ltu,e.
f7 ar.-rt'rt .r(M
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