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EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST.
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Connection UI- is, cu with lines lewding to the East, North and .South.
Tlila la the Is-st, stcils.l, si'ilckest ami chi-acl ruiiti-.
Donot bojecelvisbsitob'slri ticket" vlallm llurlln.iton A MI-ourl River Railroad.
A. K. TOUZALWi, Utu . Iicket Aurut. I'. E. PERKINS. Ueu'l Sup't.
AtlENTS WAH'lEl) OUT Hh
Oh' TJIl; VSITlUt TA7H
PAULS add A it I.Drfrnvlngs
nrlutesllii English and tier man
Written by twenty l-uitiit-.il Authors, lu
ludltig John II. (lough, Hon. I on (use,
Edward llowland, Rev. K. l-dwln Hall.
I. . I.iklin,c-c.,i-tc.
Villa work l a complete history ol all
hranchiit ol Industry, proi esses nf maniiiac
ture, etc., In all W- U la i toiiipletsriicy--loiicillaof
artsaud mtmifaiturt'S.und lithe
luulentertini!lM., valuable work of In
ormatton on subjects ol vnirnl Interest
ever offered to the public. It la iidnptiil to
the wants ol the Merchant, Manufacturer,
Mechanic, Farmer, Hltideiit and Iimulor,
and sells to both old and yuimgof nil cl.ivws.
Ilia book Isaold hjr incuts, who aro making
tartm antra In nil narta ol thecotnilrr. Ills
ottered at the low prim of 1 1 SO, mid la the "
i-linuxst liookevcr soiu oy suii-ciii'iinii, r
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agent can fall to do well with this
. rhiht of terrltorr. One of on
lanmr anouin ihi wuiumii a n'j.
weeks. Our agenl III Hartford sold .I'J7 In olio
receipt of stamp
For ilrcuUn and li.i to
Knots Untied, or Mays nnil Ily-Wnys In the lllililcn
a.. . .. aia. .. 11 i
IVAVinilfUl . 11 Ilia, map
of thu luo't
rworn lor me pv wj-J! jmraoi uiu iimn
".. :." .... . .. ""
cralla ol Ilank UobU., 'ltilenn, l'UkiKKkuta, Iottcrjr .Men, Counterfeit Money Ocalcra. ami
dlaofallclrii)1iireitioraiudhroii(littojutlco. I'rlce J2 7J. Send for circulars and
It la wi
WU rilllLIHH TIIH HHKT
ctlonnry ol the Ulljlc In tlio KnBllsli Lnngnnpc, by Win. Smith, U I).
I la wrlttiti l.y ecfenty of tho mo-t dlllnKiilshoI dlrlnes In fcurox and America, and la the
w n.lllln.1 mil.llalinal III Mlia M.kllllaa anilil.nil I. u ta U t.l.t- ' 1 . ... ' . 1
ood cngrayliu". It
and la a hook necilrd hy erery
ocUteTolume. 1'rlce. J3 60.
Wo want mjrnta lor lhe-o works In nil clllei
with orer 12.1 ateel and
t-un.u.i ,..i..a..v. ... ....a vmui.1i wituciimi n ii. oiiiuii own iiHnn. ii la liiuatratcu
alon and clveezclii'lvo territory. For circulars uml ii.rm. 0,1,1... a. ii, n,il,ii.i,,y u 1.
coplm ol any of our Ixioks rent to any address on receipt of price.
J. II. IJUltll &, HYDE, Publhhen.
eplKdly Hartford, Conn., Chlrauo, III., Cincinnati, Ohio.
CHEAP FARMS FREE HOMES !
On the I.Iain of tin
UNION PACIFIC R. R.
A Land Chant of 12,000,000 Afrea of tho be-t FARMINQ and MINERAL Linda of America.
.OOIMMH) ACHES IX XKI1U VSIC.VIX TUG ttBT I'LATI'K YAIiLE Y
THE OAEDEM 01" THEWE3T NOW FOR BALE I
Theao landaaielu the central iortlon of the United States, on tlrt 41st decree of North Ijit
tide, the cnlral lino ol thu (treat Temperate Zone of the Aiiierlc.m Continent, and for aral
growing and atocw ralalng iiusurpuaod by any ln the United Htntcs,
flBEAFF.R IN FRI0E, more farorablo tormi alTes. and more conrenleat to market than can b
FIVE and TEN YEARS' CREDIT GIVEN wltTlNTEREST AT SIX FER CENT.
00L0NISTS and ACTUAL EJB ay Tg'Or.dlt. LANDS at t"h, .am.
A Deduction or TEX l'KK CENT. FOK CASH.
3Baroo XXoinoaitoadiB for Aotunl Sottlom.
THE BEST LOCATIONS FOll COLONIES I
" Soldiers Entitled
X-roo ZPcimmtotm to Puroliaaorii of Xiaxxd t
Bend for new Descrlptlro P.iinphht, with
and Danlah, malted tree every where.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARaWARE, GLASSES, CHINA
Liquors, Tobaccos Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Wliereus, defniilt lias been madu In the pay
incut of the money accurul by a chattel iiiurt
tjnge, datixl tho 0th day uf June. A. 11.1871,
rxoculcd by N. lloscnthal to K. 1.. Klierhnrt,
which said mort&nKO was lllcdfor record In tho
office of the County Clerk nf Douclas county,
Nebraska, and rcconled In Hook "K" of Mort
agea, at page 243, and was nituln tiled for rec
ord In laid office, together with n statement ex
hibiting tho amount due thereon, on the 17lli
any ot June, A. 1). 1872, and duly recorded In
Hook, "L" of Mortgages, at page 43d; and,
whereas, the amount duo on hild mortgage Is
tho sum of 31,1100 and Interest ; now, thorcTure,
by vlrtuo of the power of Kilo contained In
aa!d mortgage, notice la hereby given pursuant
to the statute In audi case mado and provided,
that tho aald mortgngo will bo lorciloicd by
public sale of lite mortgaged property, to-wlt 1
The frame buildings situated oil tno aut 22 feet
of lot 4, Id block 131, In the illy of Omaha.
In aald Douglas county, at tho front door of
aald buildings, on the 3d day of Mav, A. 1.
1873, at4o'cioik P. Ii.
Omaha, Nku., April 11, 1A73.
Administrator ol tho estate ol i V.. Kberhurt,
W. J. CONMtM., Attorney, apl.tf
White Star Line
OF MAIL. STEAMERS
Bet cea New York, Cork and Liver
pool. TUG magnificent, new and full-powered
Hteauiahlpa ol this 1.1ns offer unrivaled ac
commodations to all classes of passengcra. Tho
ateamera being alike, travelers secure the great
advantage ot having k equally good and fast
steamer for each and everr salllm.. Oceanic.
Celtic, Atlantic, llcpubllc. llultio Adriatic,
Majestlo, and Britannic. They sail regular,
from New ".orkon Haturdaya, from I.tveriool
on Thursdays) tailing at Cork Harbor both
ways, llateaaa low as any nrst-clais line. For
lurlber Infoamatlon apply o
Cliicago & Northwestern
COUNCIL BLUFFS FIONEER SHORT
To all Points East!
MTConnectlons are made at Missouri Valley
Junction with Bloux City lUllroad, lor bloux
City; at Oram. Junction, for IVs Moines, Ot
tuiuwa, llurltngton, (lalesburg, Keokuk, l'eo
rla, eta I at Dixon, with Illinois Central 1UU
road for St. Ixiiils and all olnta South.
aWrUunnim! checked throuiiu toall tirlnclnal
points, aud no extra ch.rge for transfer through
PBUaftR 1'mIaco S eeutnij Cars on nil
l'aasengers lo any jiolut Fast orSoulh should
b particular to ask for aud ee that their tick
ta read t
"Via Chicago & Northwestern ltall
way." ft. A. STAN WOOD,
Oeueiul Ticket Ageut.
N. I. B. Solomon,
Widow (situs, FIcture
Frames, mid Mlrrort,
li Varobant Mtrtst, OHirihat Neb,
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r' T t VTrWi.i'LJ.jj,, " it
t A. J LI
M 1 ' .ii liiii 1 11 irilti lliliaiii ill fill
l'ullinniiN Pnlnco Dining Cars.
5.M A. M.
lo.au a. m.
4:20 p. M.
:20 A. M.
Anion: Atlantic Jit.
At, Indianapolis.. fi:20 p, u.
do Cincinnati 11:30 P.M.
do Iiottansoorl 5:55 p. w.
do Columbus . 2:45 . M.
C;20 p. U.
dill !Wn. ttiilf jnAfatillt I'llir Ittnal I lAi.niu.t .h.I
. i i in inn mi . .. -sa-i a. a. cui . a.
""', ln eT,.f r 'P""..1." "'" Hnl,c', u". "! no
' ,,M KLl'iM '" elthl ,U" i ""other wild Ml In two
w.u addrca, the piibllitari ' """ '" H" n
American Life uf
01 BOOK S27T1
W, WANTED ?I
KlJ. 0. BURR & HYDE, L2lii&7
JM'i runu.siiEits, f?asivWfOi)
III Hartford, Oonn. riAfP'-
all I 1,A . a.,.. .. ..f in n.u,,.. U . . I- -
the tnralerle-of llio Detective H-stem.
aklllful ileiivil-iMnf ii, la .,..' i .
- "" ."."i.v tv. ..iw iit.lll ilTIICl i II 1 fl
aklllful detecting of thlacounlrr. In wlilrh the
contains every nnme In the Illhlo of Ininorlance.
It Is printed In ilouhle column, III ouc large
mid town In tho country
ITa tnw lii.rta Mh.li.
to a Homestead of
new Maps, published In Kuijllah, Oerman, Hrredlsh
led in KukIIsIi, Herman, Hwedlsl
nr 07 1. It. It. Co., Omaha, N eb
Cliiciigo, Hock Island
Paolffio R. R.
THE UllEAT CEXTHVL ROUTE,
NOW OPEN DirtKCT TO
CHICAGO AND THE EAST,
Via DES MOINES, DAVENF0RT,
AND ROOK I8LAND,
Connoctlng.at Dcs Moines with
Pes Moines Valley Railroad
SoOlLUlL C3 St.XjOUl
to Davenport with boata for all polnu on the
At La Salle with the
ILLIN0I8 CENTRAL RAILROAD.
NOKT1I AND B0UTII.1
And at Clilcagowlth all tho fast llnes.East and
TWO F4ST EXPRESS TRAINS
Leavo Council lilutts dally.
Tit AffljJJtUN ON CHICAGO TIME
This road la lielng thoroughly equipped wilh
ELEGANT' NEW COACHES
AND SLEEPING CARS,
And having the advantage of a smooth, well
bulnncod track, otters lo the traveling
public an Eastern line une
8FEED, COMFORT, AND BAFET7.
Throuah tlcketa via this line In sit Fa-lnni
cities can bo had at the Company's Ticket
Offices, at Omaha and Council .Huns, and at
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH
TO ALL ,
ritlNCIPAI, EASTERN POINTS.
A. A. HAI.L, S. 8. STEVENS,
Aut. (leu'l Sunt., Ueu'l Agent,
Chicago. Council .Uuffl.
M. iMITU, tien Trass. Agt., Chicago.
A Word to Trnvclon.
Wo have a word to aay In favor of the Mis
souri Pacific ltailroad. It was tho pioneer"
line westward and la the "old reliable" route
to St. Louis. With tho Improvements that
have been made during the past year, wa be
lieve that tho Missouri Pacltlo railroad haa the
best track and the tluest and safest equipment
of any line west of the Mississippi. It Is the
only lino which runs three dally express tralna
ol flue coacnea and Pullman aleeiers, equipped
with the Miller platform and the patent air
brake, from leading polnta In tho West, through
Kausaa City, Sodolla and Jerlerson City to bt.
Louis, without change, connecting at St. Louis
with eleven different through routes to points
north, east and south. No change of cars from
Omaha to bt. Louis via this route. Particular
Information, with mans, tlmo tables, c, may
iw had at the "Through Ticket" llaliroad Sta
tions In the West, or upon personal or written
application to U. 11. lUxter, Weatern Passen
ger Agent, Kansas City, Mo., or E. A. Ford,
lleurral Passenger Ageut, St. luls, Mo.
Whips, Bridles, Eto
REPAlRINQIDONEfPROatPTLY AND AT
J . . .
Asf vvl;Vt'h utijj
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKBC.
OMAIIA May 2, 1(78.
For detailed condition of Markets And de
tail Prices, -ee local columns.
Choice tablo butter VaTO
tluud hrkln , a
Eggs, icr dot
COAL HARD AND SUIT.
Pittsburg Slack (Ulacksiulth).,
New York Factory, per II
Western Iteserve, per lb
Weste u Dairy, pur lb
Peaihes, 2 lb. percaso
4 7J.1.1 00
4 7.U' (A)
a oouti 0
4 7A.IJ '2o
DRY UOOJ1S PRINTS.
Figs, drums, k,t lb
Italslns, laycis, er box, new
Drlol currents, antn, now
Dried apples, eastern
Dried pitted cherries
Peaches, pared, new
Peaches, unparcl, new (halves).
Turkish prunes, new
FLOUIl AMD UKAL
Flour, winter, t1 bbt
do do V sack.
do Nebraska do
Meal do bolted
do do plalu
llran, er ton
do shoe rol.es
Deer, dry, per lb In balr
Codfish, Oeorgcs bank
Mackeral, No. 1, . bbl.l
" " Elts
Whit. FIsU " i bbls
" " " kits
Sardine-, i boxea, per case
i 12 i tf
Wheat, choice milling
do No 2
Oats, In bulk
4 ,Vl.i.1 (It)
15 00a 10 00
1 00a 2 25
10 SOalt 00
. 00a2 A0
7 (Kki7 60
1 Mla'i 00
York Mills 21 1 Lonesdale
Wamsutta 20 Amoskeag
IIKAVT DROWN IIIKKTlNni.
Kettle, ren. choice
Country, choice, per lb
F. A Co., wood caddie
2 00a2 25
3 00a3 25
B 0003 DO
2 00a2 25
I.IMK, HAIR, AC.
Plaster, Orand Kaplds
Hair, per liale of 40 lbs
Branded, 10 per cent, elf,
ageu :u uo
101 to C0d, per keg
f 5 85
3d fine blue do
Wrought nails iwr 100 iba
Gd finishing nails, iter 100 lbs
8 do do do do....
10 do do do do....
1-ln. bbl do do do....
Horso nails Northwestern. per Hi
Burden's horse shoes, per keg....
do uitilo do do ....
Lard, No. 1
Weat Va Lubricating Oil
White Lend, strlctlv pure
do do fancy brands
do Zinc, pure French
do do do American...,
do do fancy brands ,
lied Lend, pure American
Putty, lu bladdeM
Mess pork V bbl
Hams, plain, V lb .-
Hams, Y lb., sugar cured
Bacon clear aide V lb
Shouldcra V lb
Dried beef, plain
M. All. No. lPalm
do No. 1 ltastu. ,
I. X.L. Olfve ..
Toilet Honey, per gros
do Castile, per 14.
IRON AND STKKL.
Iron,common bar assorted ier lb,
do round aud apuare
Jlo horse shoo bar
do hoop and light band
Cast steel, American
Blister ttcel American
Herman steel, plow and spring...
Norway null rods, Bensoue
Patent cut loaf
Coarse per lb 3 30
Fine.,,,'. ..., a SO
Dairy, with bags s 75
Cairy, without bags
Tepper, fl lb a
Allspice V lb a
Cassia, V lb a
Nutmegs, No 1 1 a
Nntmrgs, No. 2 .. a
Crioves ............................ .....I, a
Native shipping steers.
Native butchers' stock
Hogs, on foot, V lb
Sheep, V lb
Calves, V lb. g- as
Common. ...Jl a C!Je I Ijiundry..
(I loss 10 a 11 I Corn
Fine rut rbewlt'g, "s"...
Choice a.-,...... .
f 85 a 50
65 a 75
Dark navy ..........
Young Hyson, common .
do do fair
do do good
do do prime
do do choice
do do extra choice
Imperial, superior to fine
do extra to cliotc
(lunpowder, superlo' to 0u
do extra to choice
Japan Natural If,flno to eitra
Japau Natural Leaf, hue to
(Jolong, lair to good ........
75 a 85
85 a 95
93 al 05
I 10 al SO
75 a 80
10 at 13
95 al 00
I 45 at 60
70 a 75
80 al 00
60 a 3
U I M
W t 00
uoiuog, goou 10 nun..
t ; v, w.to to,
TO ADVERTISEHS Tho illy clr
citlatlon of the Dally HUE exceetlihy
several liniiilreil, that of lis dally
1 local contemporaries coniliincil.
At a regular meeting of Mt. Cal
vary CciUiinantlery, No. 1 of Knights
Templar, the following ollicers were
installed hy the veryemlnent Deputy
Orantl Commaiuler, C. F. Catliu:
E. K. IaOiig, E. C. j 11. llrownaon,
G. ; E. Haney, C. G. ; G. Stevenson,
1'rcl.; A. Tray nor, H. Wv; D. E.
Hume, J. W.; C. F. Goodman,
Trcus.; V. R. Uowcn, Roc; F. .Mc
Itae, War.; J. E. Hall, St. II. ; F. S.
Mead, 8. II.; J. Cameron, C. G.;
J. Lytic, II. Wehber, H. Ktanbury,
JUST ARRIVED, a uplendid
a-cortment of Ladies', Miksks' and
Ciiii.DitK.N's Kill and aMorocco Roots
ami SIioch, at Webber's, 1118 Douglas
street, corner Twelfth. nprScotltf
I'UT YOUR MONEY WHERE
IT WILL DO THIC MOST GOOD
BY BUYING YOUR BOOTS OF
WEBBER, comer Douglas & 12th.
A T 1IHS VER Y HO UR I ! !
Frederick, the Hatter, is edlimj Hats
CHEAPERVllKS ANY STORE IN THE
west, altf UNDOUBTED FACT.
Geo. II. Peterson, Cigar Manu
facturer, has constantly on hand tho
best brands of cigara; nlso, "Fruit
and Flowers," Lono Jack and Dur
ham smoking tobaccos. oc2fylcod
The weakest of nil newspapers in
theso parts announces moro "change."
Change is tho law of its dilapidated
being. Without chango it would die.
Tho trouble with it is that it never
changes for tho better, but always for
tho worse. It would take a capablo
editor and journalist flvo years to re
store it to a decent respect among in
telligent mou of its own party. It is
n fact universally conceded that the
Omaha Republican is tho least read or
respected of any newspaper ever
printed in this State, not except
ing tho Fort Kearney Central Star.
When it recently removed Ben Bar
rows from tho editorial department of
tho paper, it of courso removed all
tho writing ability of tho concern.
The substitute is nn average ed'ort,
and he will do it his way. For activ
ity and llatncss he is an improve
ment on his predecessor. Mr. Bar
rows will hold on to tho "Treasury."
Although not a muscular man, that
gentleman will not bo likely to find
this sort of holding a very heavy
strain upon his physical powers.
Tho chameleon does not change its
color oftener than tho Omaha Repub
lican docs its management, and as a
sickly oxcuso for a newspaper, this
part of tho country never saw its
Sweesey & Cuthbehtson's livery
stableson Dodgoand Fifteenth streets
and corner of -Douglas and Fifteenth
streets. Wo keep at all times for
hire, a good supply of first class car
riages, and double and singlo buggies.
Best accommodations in tho city for
boarding and feeding horses.
25,000 ROLLS WALL PAPER
NOW IN STOCK, AND MORE
COMING FOR THE SPRING
TRADE. ALL NEW AND
CHOICE PATTERNS, at
S. C. ABBOTT & CO.'S,
mlOcodtf 188 Farnham St.
Billheads Letter Heads, State
ments and Circulars printed in tho
very best and latest styles, at tho
Bee oflic. janOtf
Tho steamer Mollio Moore, when
it arrived hero from St. Louis, could
not pass under tho railroad bridge,
owing to tho height of her smoke
stacks. Tho captain swore, and tho
pilot tore, and tho wrath of the
twain was only mollified by the tak
ing down of several lengths of pipe,
a task which occupied two or tlireo
hours. At nino o'clock tho craft
cleared tho bridge, and started up
stream, tho captain giving tho iron
structuro a farewell "cussing." Those
river men will do it. It comes as
natural to them as chewing tobacco.
-unjej 'Ojx spoos OOO'OOO'OOO'I ,
Get your watch and jewelry re
paired at Whipple & Sandor's, 2G4
Douglas street, near comer of 10th.
Tho building occupied by the
banking firm of Caldwell, Hamilton
& Co., is undergoing repairs and re
arrangement. Tho offices on the
ground floor is being thrown into a
singlo large room, which will bo
wholly taken up by the bank, while
the upper story will be for offices. A
door has been cut in tho east side,
and an iron stairway built to the
THE City Printers, 009 13th st.
Call and see. C. L. Jenkins & Co.
A number of recruits arrived
hero this afternoon from Cincinnati,
by way of St. Louis, for tho Seventh
Infantry, which is stationed in Mon
tana. They will go to Sioux City,
and thero take a boat for Fort Ben
ton. Henry & Donecken, Undertak
ers, No. 509 Twelfth street, botweon
Farnham and Douglas. npStf
Mr. Charles Lyman, the pur
chasing agent for the Millards, went
East to-day over tho Chicago &
Northwestern railway. Ho proposes
to visit Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo
before returning to Omaha.
A Horror of the Springtide.
Tho Uticii Hciidd remark . that the
annual ceremony of taking up, and
whipping, und putting doivn carpets
is almost upon u. It is one of the
Ills which llesh is heir to, and can
not be avoided. You go home some
pleasant spring day at peace with
the world, mid find the baby with a
clean face, and get your favorite pud
ding for dinner. 'Then your wile
tells you how much younger you are
looking, und says she really hopes
rue I'.'in turn unit wiiik-iiHT.dri'v- mn
wore hut full, mill wive the expense
of a new suit, uiul then she inks you
if you can't just help iter about
taking up thu carpet. If you aro a
fool, and you generally aro by that
time, you tell her ot course you can,
just as will as not. Then sho gets a
saucer fur the tucks und Htantls ami
holds it, mid you get the claw, and
get down on your knees and begin to
belli lllr. Villi fit nlllln n.iiiwimi.
,- .. a w.a aav. iimi.Vj V X..' 1 1 1' 11 1
cal about the first three tacks, and
take them out carefully and put them
in tho saucer. Your wile is gootl
about holding the saucer, and be
guiles you with nn interesting storv
about how your neighbor's little boy
is not expeeteti 10 live till morning.
Then you enmo to tho tack witli
a crooked head, aud you get the
claw uuder it aud tho head comes off,
and tho leather conies oil) and the
carpet comes off", and ns it won't do
to leave the tack in tho lloor, because
it will tear tho carpet when it is put
down again, you go to work and skin
your knuckle, and get a sliver under
your thumb nail, and tell your wife
to shut up about that everlasting
boy, and make up your mind that it
docs not mako any diflercnco about
that lack, and so you begin on the
cornor whero tho carpet is doubled
two or three times, ami has been
nailed down with a shingle null.
You don't care a continental about
saving the ni.il. because you find that
it is not a good timo for the practice
of economy; but you do feel a little
hurt when both clauses break oil'
from tho claw, and tho nail does not
budge a peg. Then your manhood
asserts itself, and rise iu your might
and throw tho carpet claw at the
dog, aud get hold ot the carpet with
both hands, and the air is full of dust
and flying tacks, and thero is o fringe
of carpet yarn nil along tho mop
board, and the baby cries, and tho
cat troesanvwhere. nnvwlinrn nut nf
tho world, and your'wifo says youj
ougiii to oo asnameu ol yourselt to
talkbo , but that carpot comes up.
Then you lift ono side of tho stove,
and your wifo tries lo get tho carpet
from under it, but can't, because you
aro standing on it. So you try a new
hold, and just after your back breaks
tho carpet is clear. You aro not
through yet. Your wifo don't tell
you any moro little stories but she
gets your old coat und hangs it on
you, and smothers you with tho car
pet, and opens tho back door and
shoves you out, and intimates that
the carpets need whipping. When
you hang tho tormenting things
acros tho clothes-lino tho wrong way,
and get it righted, and have it slide
off into tho mud, nntl hang it up
again, and get half a pint of dust and
three broken tacks snapped out of the
northwest corner into your mouth by
the wind, you make somo observa
tion which you neglected to men
tion while iu tho house. Then you
hunt uo a stick and go for that car
pet. Tho first blow hides the sun
and all the fair facoof Nature behind
a cloud of dust, and right in tho cen
ter of that cloud, with tho wind
squaro in your face, no matter how
you wield that cudgel until both
hands nro blistered and tho milk of
human kindness curdles in your
You can whin thn r-nrrmt n Innrror
or shorter period, according to the
stzooi yourmau; it don't make any
difference to tho carpet, it is just as
dllstV and ftlZZV.'nnil rrrnornllv -liun.
greeable after you have whipped it
wo nours, us u was wiien you com
menced. Then you bundle it up,
with one corner drni-r-inir nml aiitm.
ble into the house, ant? have moro
irouuio wiiu mo stove, ami Jail to
find any way of using tho carpet
stretcher whilo you stand on the car
pet, and fail to find nny place to
stand otr from tho carpe'r, and you
get on your knees again, whilo your
wifo holds tho saucer, and with blind
confidenco hands you broken tacks,
crooked tacks, tacks with no pointH,
tacks with no heads, tacks with no
leathers, tacks with the biggest end at
Finally tho carpet is down, and the
baby comes back, and the cat comes
back, and the dog comes back, and
your wifo smiles sweetly, and says
sho is glad tho job is off her mind.
As it is too lato to do anything else,
you sit by tho firo and smoke, with
tho inner consciousness that you are
tho meanqst man in America. The
noxt day you hear your wifo tell a
friend that sho is bo tired ; the took
up and put down than great heavy
What irCoats to go to San
Franoisco - An Eoonomic
Consideration of the Trip
A Few Interesting Facts.
Tho price of a ticket to San Fran
cisco and back over the Union Pacific
and Central Pacific roads is a little
less than three hundred dollars. To
this must bo added tho expense of
seven or eight days' meals averaging
three dollars a day, also tho addition
al expense of a compartment iu tho
Pullman car. Without this latter
the journey would bo unendurably
fatiguing; with it, it is surprisingly
comfortable. Upon tho margin of
the long railway map lumished
to travolers wo read that a
sleeping berth from Now York
to fean Francisco can bo procured
for eleven dollars, which certainly
sounds remarkably cheap. But this
docs not mean a section, or oven half
a section ; it refers to tho minimum
spaco, that is, half of ono of the
berths, upper or under, three other
persons occupying tho rcmaider of
the section. Now fow persons can
bo really corafortablo with less than
a whole section, certainly no lady
traveling alono could bo, and a
whole section cost fortyfour dollars.
It will bo seon therefore that a com
partment in the P. P. 0. is n consid
erablo item in tho expenses of tho
trip. Hotel charges in California nro
not so high as with us, being three
dollars, sometimes llbt two dollars nml
a half it day. Carriage fares are
cxcecetlingly dear; utace fares lp
than in the Hast, on the White Mono
tain road, tor instance. The Yooiu
ito excursion in mi extreiuelj ctxtly
one. No ono -liotild tintluitukc it
without mi allowance of from ten to
fifteen tlavs at leit-t in time, and from
one hiintlrcd to one hundred ami
fifty dollar in money. It will then
be easily seen that it is safo to esti
mate the expense of two months of
(ravel iu Ualilorniu to vary Iroin
seven to eight hundred dollars, ac
cording as too traveler is or is not uu
economist. To reckon it as less would
be to mislead. Anil this, olwerve, is
in gold, and does not Include any of
the longer excursions Southern "Cal
ifornia, the Columbia river, Puget
Sound; all of which furnNh points
of great Interest anil beauty well
wortli an additional Journey' to see.
Scribner fur May.
1 68 Fine Street, bet. tfh & 5A,
Manujctuter. of, and Dciltri In
Book jnd News Ttpe,
Of every description.
STIiREOTYI'ING u ELECTROTYPINO
In all their various branches.
Wood ENCaAVINO, AND PATTlaN LlTTXU r on
A NOBLE CHARITY.
To erect the
Nebraska State Or
To bo Di awn In Public
MAY 20th, 1873,
AtRedtck'sOprraltoii'e, commencing ut'8 a. in
Tickets $1 Each, or Six for I?.'..
(Tickets sent by Express C. O. I).,
1 Grand Cash Prlxe
1 Orand Cash Prize
1 (Irnnd Cash Prize
1 (Irnnd Cuio Prlie
1 Cash I'rlre
1 r'asli Prize
.Cash Prizes, 83,000 each
4 Cush Prizes, 82,000 each
2 Cash Prizes, 51,000 each
50 Cash Prizes, Each $100
100 " " " 50
200 " " " 25
0,0(0 " " " 10
3,101 " " " 5
8,40.5 cash prizes amounting to ,230,(05
This Legal Euterprlso Is endumed by tho
highest authority ol theStato and livst business
Over ono-lmlf tho ticket taken U-foro Oct.
1st. The limited iiiimU r on baud will be fur
nished those who apply Erst.
Money can bo sent by mall, ln Registered
Letter, Post Offlco Mom y Orders, or by Ex
press. All Prizes will 1m paid lu full. Aciknts
Wanted. For full particulars address
J. M. PA1TEE,
octl9dAwtf General Manager, Omaha Neb.
Millions of Acres !
Comprising many of the
BEST PRAIKIE LANDS
Iowa and Nebraska,
AND KORSALK 11Y T1IK
Burlington & Missouri Hirer R. It.
ON TE.V YE,UtS CREDIT, AT SIX
PER CENT. INTEREST.
No part of Principal due for wo years from
purchase, and afterwards only ono-ntuth yearly.
Products will pay for land and Improvement
Tlie k'rlccaot these lands aro low, ranging
generally in Iowa, from (8 to f 1C per acre, and
lu Nebraska from (4 to 112 per acre, with some
less and somo more.
They vary according to soil, location, water
supply, timber, and other advantages, lu pre
cisely the same manner as do other Tacds.
All these peculiarities ot every lot offered
for sale, maybe learned at tho offlco of the
Land Commissioner, or of any of the local
agents along tho lino; but every man will, of
course, examine In persou the land he expect!
to cultivate, and the locality where Is to bo his
future home, and for this overy facility Is
These Iowa and Nebraska Lands
ro not exceeded In fertility, beauty, and all
attractions and advantages of locality and soil
which are essential lu the estimation of farm
ers, by any region In the world ; while trade,
manufactures, artr, science, aud all the attend
ants of reuiieincnt and luxury, which enter
nrlsocau Introduce and thrift maintain, are
following r pldly the march of settlement.
The llaliroad lands already sold have been
wondcrlully improved, and the Increase ln
their value li lare, lu many cases almost In
credible. Much equally good laud remains unsold, and
can bo purchased at low rates, oti tho same easy
terms of "payment and with equally good, pros
pects of steady and large Increase In value.
TERMS OF SALE.
The purchaser pays at tho' outset, nne year's
Interest at six per cent, on tho value of his
land , at the end of n year 'io makes another
similar payment of alxer cent, only.
At the end of tho second year he makes pay
ment of ono-nlntli part of the principal of the
purchuse money and one year's Interest at six
jercent,oii the remainder, und the samo at
the end of each successive year Ihcrealler, un
til all haa been paid.
If ho chooses to pay cash down, or one-third
cash and the balance In ono and two years,
with Interest at ten per cent, annually, he Is
allowed an outright discount of 20 per cent, or
one-filth from tho ten year price of the land.
xuriictler terms than these have novar been
oflornl, and probably nover will bo.
Partial who purchase for cash receive a Cer
tiorate of Purchase, and a Warranty Deed as
toon ai It can bo executed.
If purchased either on Short Credit or Lonu
Credit, a Contract or a Bond for a Deed Is exe
cuted, and, so iooii at all the payments are
made, a arranty Deed, free Irom any Incum
brance, la given, ireclscly as In tho case of
lands purchased for cash down.
No abstract ot title la necessary, as It la well
known that tho lands were granted directly to
tho railroad company by the United States.
Containing full and reliable Information con
cerning these lands, tho region in which they
arc situated, towns, schools, soil, climate, pro
ducts, stock, markets, railroads, etc., are lur
STShND FOR TIIKM.
Every.lndlvldual wLohas any Idea ol seek
lug a home In the far West should secure acopy
without UeUy, and read It through carefully.
It will bo the best preparation he can have.
On a largo scale, showing the exact location
all pur lands In Iowa, furnished for 80 cent
each, and similar maps of our lauds In N
braska at tho samo price.
Apply to or address
GEORGE S. HARRIS,
A Vi1.""'1! M-U., tor Nebraska Lands.
fVu SjrVUkr .
1 i ii i I " ""
i i: r . a -
Ily an Inimi'ii? p' I'm- ovi
n- lhn.it -h
,'v mi nj .11-, I
many Liou-mi I r i
to woman 1 1. .no I
potent mid mm i i i
cations prc-ci t d I
To ilel-:iiali uu. i .
'i t o tnji d
' r i't.niti-t
Dl U'1.1'.- ultli
i (oi ills' t iiinpsiuiiil,
'J)r. Picrco's r.ivorito Prescription.
Tliotcrm.hoviovcr l hut n fee ble expression or
my mo-t matured anpreil.it Ion of Its uliio, based
upon actual and ultnc.-ed realities. As a clo-o
observer, I h.no wldli utno-slti',- its no'lllto re
mits iu tho few-pociiil tl.-oasi' Incident to tho
separata nrjran, mi cf vmiinn. lnflcil It out ns
tliorlliiiux or crowiilnir gont of my
nirslli'iil curs'or. On It lnurlt-imnpofHlu',
safe, and circcti al n .nf dy for this diss ordlscascn.
and ono that ulll nt ii.ltlmcinnd under allclrcum'
stance act kindly nml In hiimnnr ulththoiaua
vtlili h govern tho fcmilo r)tcm. 1 nrnwllllni; lo
stake my rcpiitutlou im n pliy-lrnm Nny, even
moro so confident nm I that It w ill not disappoint
the mo-l-aus-ulno c'lpt'Ctatloniior n singlo Intalld
lady who employs It lor any of tho ailments Tor
which I recommend It, that 1 nfler and sell It
oiuler A I'OS.TIVli HTAltANTi:i:. If
n beneficial cll'ect Is not experienced by tho tlmo
imriuiiuo ui inu i-umi'uiN 111 mo notiio nro used,
I will, on return of tho Iwttlo, two-thirds or tho
mcdiclno having been taken according to dlrcc
tloiiH, and tho ca-o being ono for which I recom
mend It, promptly refund tho money jiatd for It.
Had I not tho most perfect confldencn In its Mr.
tucs. I could not offer it ns I do under these umill
lions: but havlmr witnessed Its tmlr mlmniinni
cures In thousands of rases, I fret wiir
rnutod mid perfectly wnfo In riHhliirr
boili my roptitutlun and my moiiov
on Its morlu.
Tho following am nmong those dl-cnsea n
which my rnvoi-Ito I'mscriptlon has
worked euros as II by maijic nnd with n certainly
ncer before nttatucil by any medicine: Lou-rorrh-ra,
Exccssho Plowing, Palnlul Monthly
Periods, Suppressions when from tiunaluial
causes, frrcgul.irillcs, Weak Hack, Prolapsus, or
falling of tho Uterus, Antevcrslou and llctrn,cr
slon, Bearing Down Hcnatlon, Internal Ibar,
Nenous Degression, Debility. Dcspondenry,
Threatened Miscarriage. Chronic CongcstloH, lu
ftammatlon nnd Urccnitlon of tho Uterus, Inipo.
tency. Barrenness, or Sterility, Fcmalo Wcnknoi.
and very many other chronic diseases incident to
woman not mentioned here. In which, ns welt
as ln tho cases which I hao mentioned, my
Favorito Prescription works cures tho mar
vel of tlio world. This mcdiclno I do not
extol as a curo-nll, but It admirably nilttlls n
nliiffleiioHN ol nnrpoHO being n mo",t per
feet -pccltlc in all cumnlc diseases of tho sexual
system of wom.n. It will not disappoint, nor
wilt It do harm in nny etato or condition. It will
bo found lnvaluablo ln dlsccscstucldcnt to prcc.
nancy, and can bo taken In moderate do'csvttih
perfect safety whilo In that stato. Indeed, it 1j
a mother Uordlnl, nnd so prepares the
system Tor parturition that It renders chlld-tabur
easy. I have received tho heartfelt tiralso Horn
hundreds of mothers for tho lucstimabiu bcnetlt
1 offer my Favorito rrcscrlptlon.to (he Larti
of America with tho sincerity of an honest heart,
and for their best welfare. Tho?o who rteslro
further Information on theso Fiiblccts can obtain
it In myTiiEATisE ot CiuioNtc Diseases or this
Generative and Uiiinauv Oruam, sent secure
from observation tipon receipt of two post.po
stamps. It treats minutely on tho'c iltt.eases pe
culiar to Females, underlie much sluabtouduco
ln reirard to their inanagi merit
on. pii:kci:'s imvokite imit-
HJItIPTION IS MH.II Ijy AMl
riittvr class imuuuisTa, at si.so
Manufactured at tho Chemical Laboratory of
Jt. V. l'lVMCE, air. V , JVnpY
1 U.O, N. Y.
The "Victor" S.M.Co.s'
NEW SEWING MACHINE
Runs very Easy,
Runs very Fast,
Runs very Still
lias a New Slmttlo Superior to all Others.
Great Improvement's In Xpctlle.
Cannot he Sot Wrong.
Address THE "VICroil" S. M. CO.
no. 01 Tenia street
Four doors west of Broadway, N, Y.
Vk jp. MM J , smmi A irltCounflurtt'J
sML&VssCXGI&Q, MftrrlM or U.. aivut io
p.- t sa . r",H7 nr ih i.'J,lu,0.i-
till 1 rt Q I wjmrlris.LdmtiaUioi.io
.afcsW ttc-ciuilljfllrru. Uh 111
attil diioovctfei In proJoelnat ul rtvtutlug vOtyriut
. O I'l-utrft thteumplfilou, A,
Tuta.i srt iQterfai.Qft work o f I wo h D4rM i d4 ilitr
riftfjei.vlit) uumroui rnirswluga, o4 coquIui s.Iu1jU
BforDttUon for Uoboftrt tuftrrlcl,orcoLumpUttiuii.r
rite. HtUHtlin book thttoufhi io kr(UDdro
idcI kfjr, aoi do 1 1 tdl ctrtleiilj nbout tie Louoj.
U conUlat ilit cirlrDC aoi Jvlc o f t phTalel-n
vboMrtpuiktlon ( orttl.tlta and ibould ttlo tbt r
I lot. M tmbrctfrj thiol B tht luLltcloribt gtu
rttlr Mttn. tbat ! orib kQlog.L.d uucb ltil Ij
not publiabfd In ut otbtr work.
Hnl to anj out (frtt or pnc) for KlftT Centi.
Addrtaa lr Hulla liUpenikr.Na, 1Q, Llgblb lrto
Notico to tho Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Utroro tppljr.of to tbo botorloai quicki who sditrtlac tq
rubllo pKitra,or uatof ny quick rtiuedlia (rut Ur.
Dr. Uuiti oot-upui (i do obit houat of twtotraTrB
rootoail ilodoratd tj tomt of tbr aoitctitbrfcttl iuvds
s.lroftiaorf of iblaooontrr tud Kuropt,andcD boeoa
lultnl 4ttonf or bf rotll, ou tbtdlatatta niantloDtdlu
blaxtiirkt. Dfflct ondi'trlon. No. It H. KlgblU .Utt'.,
Uttu Mt,rktDd Cbtiout.iit. IrOuli, W.
BEE JOB OFFICE.
PLAIN AND FANCY
GERMAN AND ENGLISH
Done with Ncntnc-it a ml DtNiintsli
aOaEjaE O S'OtT'I 0 13 ,
No. 138 Farnham Stroot
Between Mnth and Tenth.
till st tb. BEEHIVE for all klndi of P Intlog
lu tb. lllghwlSlvl.bf the Art,
ft "" '- '"' -J'
It' ' a A 2m : m i
llfW'J" 'VVWETABLE SICILIAN
I aH&-T vaVssiiiy
h cry year incronsos tho populari
t of l lijs vnlunblo Iliih'Proparntion; -MiiU'h
is duo to merit alone. Wo -e
in ifsiuo our old patrons that it is
tl'l't fllllV til) tO ita 111. . .tnndnwl.
anil it is tho only u.iubloaiuiperfoct
1 I'd preparation lor restoring Gray
iii.ilviug it son, lustrous, and silken.
I lie scalp, by its use, becomes wbito
nnd clean. It removes nil oruptionH
and dandriili; and, by its tonio prop
erties, prevents tho hair from falling
out, us it stimulates anil nourishe.
the hair-glands. By its use, tbo bair
crows thicker and stronger... In .
baldness, it restores tho capillary J
glands to their normal vigor, nnd
will crcat o a new growth, except in '
exlremo old age. It is tho most eco
nomical H.vm Dniissixa over used, .,
w it requires fewer applications,
and gives llio hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, MD., .
Si late Assayer of IMassachusctts, says,
"Tho constituentH aro pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality; ,
ami I consider it tho Best Piiepa
isatio.v lor its intended purposes."
Holt by all DruggUH, nnd THalcrs in .VeJieint.
at-rioo uno iiouar.
Buckingham's Dye. .
FOR TUB WniSKEBS. .;
As our l.enewer in many cases
requires too long a timo, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, wo havo prepared this
ui;, in vnc preparation ; which will
quickly and eileotually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces n color which will
neither nib nor wash olT. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Filly Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
.1. IC. 14 II. A unit
Ayer's Ague Cure,.
l''or rover nnd Afruo, Intormlttont Fovor,
Chill Fovor, llomlttont Povor, Butnb
Akuo, 1'oriodlcal or BlUous Fovotto.,
mul ludooil nil tlio airootlons wlilch tvrlso
lVom nialnrioiu, mivrali, or mlnsniatlo
BW& No ono remedy Is louder
U H culled for by the necusilttca of
SajW' tlio American people limn a
Qfev sum und sitlo euro Tor Fever
I M I nnd Ague. Hudi wo are -now
-J- ennbled to offer, with it jicrfect
T certainty thnt It will eradicate
V the dlscnsc, nnd with nssuruuee,
rnui.ded on proof, thnt no barm cnu nrlso fren
Its u'u lu nny pinut!ty.
Thnt wlilcli protects from or prevents this dis
order mint bo of lmmcnso sertlco lu thu com.
.nullities whero It prevails. J'rtrmHon Is better
tliiiu cure, for tho imttcnt escapes tho risk which
Sis must run in -, talent attacks uf this baleful dis.
temper. lhls "Cuttu" expels tho mlasmatlo
po!oii of rr.vitit Ajiii Aouit from tho system,
und prevents tlieulevclopmcnt of tho disease, If
tiiki'ii uu the llrst npprouch of Its premonitory
sjiiiptoins. It Is not only tho best remedy ovir
)il illscoercil for this class or complaints, but
n tho cheapest. Tho largo quantity we sup
ply for u dollar brings it within tho reach of
nirjbody; nnd lu bilious districts, where
H.vi.u ami Aotnc prevails, everjbody should
have It, nnd uso It freely, both for euro nnd pro
tection. It Is hoped tills price will place It Vflllllu
the rsncli of nil tho poor as well as the rich,,
- glint superiority of this remedy over uuV
nthir ccr i.l'rou'rcd for tho spccslyand certain ,
cure of iittiTinltteuts Is, thnt it contains no Qui
nine or mineral J consequently It produces no
miliil'iu or other Injurious enacts whatever upon
the constitution, ilioio cured by It are led us
hi'iilthy ns ir they hud never had the dlscuse.
I't'isT nnd Ague Is not nlono tho consequence
of the mhiMnutlo poison. A great variety of ills,
older in Uo irom Its Irritation, nmong which
an; .Veurulglii, llheumatlsm, Oout, HcadAchp,
lllliulncss, Toolhnche, Eurnche, Catarrh, Asth
nm, 1'iilpltntloii Palnlul AnYctlon of tho Spleen,
lljMerlcs, Puln In tho Ilowcls, Colic, Pnrnliils,
nnd dernngi iiieut of the Stomach, all of which,
win ii originating lu this cnuso, put on tho lu.
termltlcnt tpc, or becomo periodical. This
"Cuiti:" expels tho poison from the blood, ami
con-cqucnlly cures them nil alike. It Is an lit
tamable protection to Immigrants rind persona
travelling or tciutiornrlty residing ln the mala
rliiiis sllstrlcts. if taken occasionally or dally
wlillc oxpoaid to tho infeotion, that will be ex
mil ii Irom the system, nnd cannot accumulate'
111 sulllcltnt qunntlty to ripen Into dlsenso.
Ilenco It Is ccn more tnliiublo for protection
Ihnu cine; nnd few will cur suffer from Inter
mlttcnts If they in nil themsches of tho protec
tion this remedy nffords.
1 or f irer Cowinfalii., arising from torpid
ity of thn Liver, Itis nn excellent remedy, itita
ulnting tho Liter Into healthy activity, and pro
ducing ninny truly rctnnrkiiblo cures, whore
other medicines full,
I J'rdclfcsil im( aJtmliffcal ChemUt$,
AND SOLD .ALL HOUND TnE WOULD,
VltlCV, 91.00 l'Mli JIQXXZM,
). I 40OI.U.V, .t.tllt,
The MEDICAL WONDER, (
yN iNi;AUjm.K sprciric for diseasm
I'.I.S, and great concKllve of all female dsrangs,
incuts. It contains no althullr roinla niiH 1. ,1..
, A COMpI.lMI.NiAUY TESTIMONIAL TO
MLShUS. J & C. MAGUIUB, St. LoulV, Uof,
tjciitlemcn 1 he undersigned having known you for
many years at rellaLla chemists ami pharmactu
tlsts, find observing the cffcctlvo act.n of your
rcmcdlct for whatever iccomnicnded, wish to bear
voluntary tvldcnre to the tffiracy of your last, and.
CUNDUltANOO 111'h'I.US." .t It all that you
dam for It at an alterative, purgative, depuritbr
ijrxl diurttle, acting specially upon tho llvcr!blood
KXlncya nnd bowels. '
JOoEI'lI IIKOWN, Mayor, who adds: "I hav.
and this the most pleasant nnd effective medicine
1 nave ever used."
MII.1JS SELLS. State Insurance Commissioner,
Jpii.fi,J,V...l.elM'or" t,,e Miiyor'a opinion."
THUS. UICIir.SON, K. II, LAn.lN.
Pres, Collier Lead & Oil cf Laflln & Hand Powder
I), , M. IIOUSEU, CHAS. O. OONTER,
wPl2pl.s;!,,.?,l&.clobei c'"n Dm.Cn. Com,
W, V A,tJKUA '' (i- fkrcusonT
Cleik Probate Court. "lenks" of Mo. Dem
IlRliTAIN A. HILL, HCNKYT. MUDD-
... ,....."' "' '""' l,,e -y county Aur.
.111.0)1), FRANK VALI.E, '
'?, '" Jloatman't Cl'k Court Crlm. Correct.
NORMAN I. COI.MAN, Prcs.Iiut. ft .)rov.U3k
c ' VVifel-iVS'l'l' . s. (IREENWdoU.
M.S.IIARTNErr. t Prra.Y.M.C.A
iimia,7c9flleclor' '- A' SIIUYOCK,
I HOb. WAf.SH. of .Shryock . Co,
Architect. W. T. GAY.
of Moocly, Michel ft Co, Co. '
TIIERrfN 1IAUNUM, JAMES ARCHER.
of llarnum t llvlcl.
And many others too numerous to mention.
J. & C. MACUIRE,
Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Mo,
PSIOS, 75 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
fTirniluro & Uyliolstory
Made and Itealresl at reasonable at ratci
J. H. TEBBEN,
Eleventh St. bet. Farnham ftllainey
sru-Cath paid for Hectjud-hand Furult
rvi.iM- luhtituleiir Cihnul, -I
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