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3BC. HELLMAN te CO,.
a-ax as csaa JsAxja.ixm.xtx jst oor lati.
Are offering IhojentestludusjiinenU in the purchase of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
TLIEY MWST SELL
MARKED DOWN THE PRICES
TO SUIT THE PRESENT HARD TIME3. JtflrOALL SOON BEFORE
THEIR STOOK 13 EXHAUSTED.
Of Otltitmrn, Inwri,
lIave6pnod anotltcoat 212 1-2 rarnlnm St.,
Omaha, fortius sile of tlielr celebrated "OIL
LAbl Y" and "I.IllOH TON" Coal.
cirSpecUl ltatos for Cr Lola.Ka
Wheeler & Wilson
LOOK STITO XX,
NEARLY A MILLION IN USK,
One Hniidrcl Thousand more than anjr other
Family MaehliiP. Machine findings, Oneida
silks, John Clark A Co.'a .pool cotton and linen
throutl constantly on liuiul.
Ot'FlCKS 155 St.atoSr., Chicago,
and oil I4(h St., Omaha.
V. Vf. KIVCELY, Local Agent.
Chas, L, & Geo. Krutli,
Uae removed from BIT 13th street, to tholr
07 IlnnglnM Ktroct, Curitrr Iftlli,
Thankful for pnst fiwirs, tl hoping for n
eiiutlniianco nf tlio same, wo would Invito our
ill IrlcmU to oimn to our new atoroand ace
us, 'o luvo luU In a l.irgo slock of Imported
LIQUOltS AND CIGAHS
AW Khali mnVo b specialty of supplying prl
ato families durlug thn holiday.. dIGtoJl
33. -xrsr 1 3xr xa xx xixsvx.
W. Fruits, Confectionery,
CIGARS A XI) TOBACCO,
ar. corner Farnham anJ r.tovonlli streets,
OMAHA, .... NKUBASKA.
Farmers, Road This I
Buy your Groceries where you ran g
ran get the
most for your uionoy. Patronise tlio
X. EX) Jt XI O 3W T .
AndaavoTKN I'KK CENT,
1. II. ALI.F.IV,
Norlheastcor. 15th and Douglas si.., Omaha.
aot Ji wiy
A Word to Traveler.
Vfrhavoa word to.iy In favor of the Mis
ajrl I'acltlo liallroid. It n the "pioneer"
line westward, an I lithe "old reliable" route
to St. Ixmls. With the Improvement that
Into liecn made during tho aet year, wo lie
ilvvo that tho Missouri l'.clllo rutlroid ha the
bort track and the Unfit and safest equipment
olauy lino went of the Mississippi. It U the
only lino which rum three dally cxprras train,
of Aiieeoarlus aud Pullmau sleeper., equipped
with tho Miller platform and the patent air
liruke, from leiidlu,! points In tlio West, through
Kansas City, Hodalla and Jrneron City toM.
Loud, without change, connecting at 8t. Louis
-with eleven dlllcrrtit through route, to point,
north, cant and south. No iliatiKo of car. from
Omaha to fit. Iiuls via till' 'onto. Particular
information, with maps, Unit, tables, Ac., may
be had at tho "Through Tliket" lUllro.il Ma
Hon. In the Wet, or upon peraonalcr written
appllCHtton to (), If, Itaxter, Wcioru Passen
ger Agent, Kanaaa City, Mo., or I'.. A. Ford
Qmcral 1'as.eiigcr Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
JCmlirmtloii Tiirnliirr Clicnp Farmi
lu SoutlnveNt Mlanaurl
The Atlantic A Tactile railroad company of
frit 1,:00,UOO acre, of land In Central nud
Ik.ulliwest MIourl, al from ft to (13 pr aete
un aeven yeara' time, with freo transportation
trout St. loula to all purcliaaera. Cllmato, soil,
tlmUr. mluoral wealth, aehoola, churches and
lan-abldlnx widely inilto emigrant! from all
point, to Ihia land of lrulU and tlowen. For
particular., ad Ire.. A, Tuck, land Commli
loner Iul.. Mo e2iltf
11m State rxuullvo
Committee hare made
arranrment with T.
Hayum, No UOtN.
Third at, fit. Louis,
who la an excellent
enaritver and reliable
gentleman, to make
iieal. for uranzea of 1.
II. ntthe lowest ikikIMo rati. CraniK sin other
Mutisdialrliw aealsahould address Mr Ilayne,
for .ample. A ires, allif.ctioii Riiaranteel.
Jtappr Kellef for Vomit; Men 'r0iu the ellW-ta
of Kriura aud Abuse In jwrly life. Manhood
rcatorcl. Jmjiedluient. to Marrtaxo riiuorp.1,
"New inctho I of treatment. New and remark,
bio reined It. JJooka and circular, sent free,
In alod envelopii. A'ldreas, HUWAItl) Aty
BOCIATIDN, No. 'J Ntulh Ninth t., l'hlladel.
idila, la., ao Institution luring high repu.
tatlou lor honorablo conduct aud profr..ional
kl!r mart! 6m
We would ctfl attention to our superior f
cllltles tor dolnrf!! kinds of Tin. Copper, and
Oilvanln-d-lrou wrk ou buildings, or any
kind of lob or coutrai! work.
Wo are both I'lUCrllVIf workmen, and
personally superintend each Mid every pteca of
-ork done In our es'abll.hment.
We vt also ugent. for Vsu'a Celebrated Ta
tent Portable ISiuUiMivcn Cooklni ltauge, for
Private ltesldcnccs. Hotels, Hoarding Houses,
stud lUwtaurauts. i'loase rail and examine it.
. (sODDAItl) ft MUD,
i9i Uunglay Ktrcot, Omaha.
, 0. LMk Jtox 5vn). iua JtUvM
tFF THEIR IMMENSE
MONOHEHIB, TOMBBTOHES, 4c, &
GEO. II. FITCIIETT,
S3 Harnoy st.,hct. 13th k 14th,
land opposlto "Checkercl Ilarn."
Trimming and ltepalrlng dono at short notice,
cond-hand Uugglea bought aud sold.
SUCCESSORS TO HALL IIROS.,
Sto&m Enlnoa I T
Milling' and Mill Machluery,
and alt klnda
' xnoiv TiroxiB:.
Corner Ninth and Nlrholas Htreets.
Civil Engineer & Surveyor,
Will make MJKVRYH. M.VrS, and KSTI
MATINS, retrace (lOVLUNMI.NT I.IXK.S. i.
tabllsh lost aectlou corners, lay out TOWN
HITCH and do g.noral snrveyliu, Adi'rrs',
Omaha, or leavo order, at tho City Eoglncer's
OlUeo. ' w
MUSTARD & PICKLE WORKS,
Cor. Jackson and 13th sis. floaters In (Irocet
Its, and Agents for rielschmau's
Oomproasodl "Von. 1st
111 3m IIKCK & TIF.TJRNH.
WELL DI GAGING.
Itavlnj linl Ion exporleucn In wII-dlgglng,
I am prepircd to li'l all ordeis for digging aud
reialriiiK well, or making cistern., 'lerras
CHARMS MKQHOrr A Co.,
SU Tcuth itreot, by Fred Uaratkp.
elllm Omaha, Neb.
CENTRAL CLOTHING STORE!
19(1 TAUNIIAM 8TKEF.T,
has a large assortment of Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Ac., which ho will sell at prkes to suit lilj cm.
touier.. (VII aud see. illStl
Savo Vour Paper Rags !
Patronize Homo Industry!
H.UEItTIIOI.n, letaiul 104 Douglas strut,
Utwecn loth and lllh, north side, making ir
rangeiuents to build a
l'Al'ER MILL IN OM.VIU,
Pvslres to purcbase several bandied Ions c(
rsc.cf all kJads at liast.tu urtevs. Cash on
i W ; C.
OOIVI IVI3U JPtOOC jOl.Xji.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MAKKBt.
OitAHA, Dec. J), 1 873.
for rlctalleil condition of Mackou a.id Id
tall 1'riees, seo local roltimns.
Hl'ITKH AMI KOUa.
Cliolce table bt.ttcr
Esj, per dot
New Vork Factory, or lb
Western Honor re, 1 er lb
Weste.n Dairy, pwlb ,
O. O, Java
Flea, drums, per lb ,
Italslns, layers, per box, new.....
Dried currents, Zanta, new
Dried apples, eastern
Dried plttol cherries
Peaches, pared, new
Feaches, unpared, new (halves).
Turkish prunes new
Codfish, Oeorges bank ..
Mackeral, No. 1, Y. I.bl3
wiiite risU k bbiii.'.!!!!'.!'."
Sardines K boxes, per case
4 Ht it
10 SOall 0
2 0UJ U0
7 00a7 61
1 ton co
Flour, winter, V) bbl
do do Y sack.
Ado Nebraska doj
Meal do bolted
do do plain..
Urau, per ton ...m.
Wheat, choice milling ..
do No 2 ...
Oats, In bulk ...
Moss pork f bbl
Hams, plain, Y lb
Hams, V lb., sugar curvl -
Bacon clear sides V lb - -
Shoulders Y lb .,
Dried beef, pWln
I'atcnt cut lost
2 00l3 SI
1 13al 23
Fenper, per lb
Alltiilce, er lb
Cassia, per lb
Nutmegs, No 1
11 11 2
Llnaoed, raw ...
do boiled -
1 jrd. No. 1 .
West Va Lubricating Oil
White Lead, atrlctlv pure.,...M
do do fancy brands .....
do Zinc, pure French
do do do American
do do fancy brands
Kod Lead, puro American ..
I'utty, In bladders
Coarse per lb
Dairy, with bags
Calry, without bags..
Young ITyson, common
do do fair
do do good
de do prime
do do choice
do do extra choice
Imperial, superior to fino
do extra to choleo
Qutinowder, superior to fine
do extra to chulco
Japan Natural Lual,uue to extra
Japan Natural Leaf, flue to
uoiong, lair 10 gt "
Oolong, good to prime.
iowug, sxini .....
Natlvo shipping steers.
Native butchers' stock
Hogs, on foot. V lb -..
Sheep, Y lb
Calves, V lb. gross
IlKAVY SHOWN SUKKTINOi.
York Mills IS I Inostale ,.
Wainsutt 17 I Amoskeag
Rangoon...... M mm
Fino cut chewinf, !"
LUIK, II AIR, AC.
Lime, Jl bbL. .,...........(...
Cement, Ullca ..
Piaster, Grand ltaplds
Hair, Per bale of 40 lb
(Ireen calf ..
Dry flint M
Branded, IP per cent. off. djuat
Buffalo .....m M m .M
do shoe robes
Deer, dry, por lb In halr......,
atln ...... ..MM.,..,,,....M....M
fcachos, 2 lb. per case
Htrawbcrrles do M
Tomatoes do .
Lima Beans do -
Green Corn do
Cove Oysters do ..
bit aooDs raiMTt,
Lundon Muqrulug M.
2 002 23
( 00a3 28
1 00a2 25
S 00x3 80
1 00 2 28
S 6O.0 On
I 73a4 00
I OOafl SO
4 S3oS 23
oierrimac u.., ,.,, ,,.
lOd to tM, per keg
3d One blue do
Wrought nails per 100 lbs M
64 finishing nails, per 100 lbs....
8 do do do do....
10 do do do do....
1-ln. bbl do do do...
Horse nails Northwe.tcru.per lb
Burden's horse shoes, per keg...
do mule do do ....
COAL HARD ANDSOrr.
FltUburg Slack (Ulacksinltb)....
rort Scott .I.. ........,.. .,..,
Kettle, rcn. choice
Country, choice, per lb
F. Co., wood caddies ,
do No. 1 Itealu.
I. X.L. Olfve
Toilet Honey, per groas
do Castile, per lb
Qermau Mutlled ra
iron and max.
Iron,eommon bar per lb
de round and spuare.....,, ......
do hone shoe bar
do hoop and light band
Cost ateel, Americaa . .
Blister steal American
(Jennau steel,plaw and sprlug...
Norway nail rods, Bensou .
iEK SHIPT0N' Si t, nndienta incwaic to Joe, want-
PROPHECY. Ig to know why Incll Lo St
in tho o,,on C0Untry4 ,D ,,
Sblploi, Mm al Knarrsbon, burled falli Ul,llcr. " 3"" know that I
r eivophery, tat un, republish, havo rcmoTod Major-Qencrals for leas
dnowalnisTJ! than this?' Job L-nt K.nC .li . ".
i)A',k !' ''"'Phery.datelllj, republish,
fd Ifill, and now aaln 1874 j
(. jrria?. without hrc. shall go,
An i aie d uts II 1 1 1 world wl li w e:
AruuiiJ Hi wutld luan's thuuihls shall flr
In he mlnkllngot an).
JJattrsfhill yet 1.1 om nondersdo:
ll)w sir.ine' but yet ihey shall t trus.
Ion. ldusldedosu shall be.
And gold Ihj found at th root of a tre.
1 hrnuKh hills uau shall ride,
And uo hors, or ass, be at his side:
L n ler water men shall walk,
Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk;
In the air mrn shall I'.-sccn
lu whte, In black, in green!
i 011 on th wa'trli ill fluu,
As easily as a woolen boat;
Hold shall be found, aud shown
In lands not now known;
Kngland shall at J-is aliultaJew,
And fire aud water shall wond rs do:
1 he world to an end rkall Come
la tlghUtu hundred and eljlity-on.
How tho Marshal Received His
Sentence of Death,
Tho sentonco wa? read out at half
post 9 iti tho evening by the Duko ot
Auuialo, President of the Court, tho
prisoner being absent tho wltile, ac
cording to tho French custom.
When tho ecntciico Itad been deliv
crcd tho judges retired and tho court
wiw cleared. Nono woro ul lowed to
remain hut the soldiers on guard, a
company of gendarmes drutvn up un
der arms in tlio body of tho court aud
tlttt Clerk of Arraig is. Then linzalne
was introduced, and according to a
repot t furnished mo by tho ollicor in
command of tho gendarmes what
happened was this: Uazaiuo stepped
hastily up to tho ledco of tho
dock, aim perceiving from
tlio solomn faces of tho sol
diers that tho verdict had gonv
against hint, ho turned deadly
palo and sank dowu iu a chair. Col.
Villette, the custodian, took hint by
tho arm, and, whispering to him to
composo liimsolf, assisted him to
rL-e. Tho clork read tho sentence
amid profound stillness, but when he
camo to tho works "pennrty of death,"
Dnz.tiuo brandished his hands, and
exclaimed, in extreme excitement,
"It's an infamy! 1 am being sacri
ficed. There li not 0110 of those gen
erals who would not havo dono as I
did." Again Col. Villotto entreated
tho prisoner to bo calm, but Iiuaaiuo
continued with a growing agitation
that bordered ou Ironzy: "Soldiers,
this comes of having dono my duty
faithfully for two and forty years.
Soino of you must havo
served under me. Did I ovoi
act liko a coward or a traitor?"
It was a ghastly cceue. Tho soldiers
stood immovably presenting arms,
not at tho prisoner, who was no
longer an officer, but to tho docu
ment which tho Clerk was holding,
and several of them appeared horror
stricken. Tho Cietk proceeded,
however, and wound up by declaring
to tlio prisoner that he hatl fivo aud
twenty years to lodge an appeal.
Then onco moro Djxaine exclaimed :
"It's an infamy;" and ho was going
to add Eomc other words when his
custodian touched him and said,
" Venn Montitur I " This last word,
Monsieur, being tho first formal result
of his being no longor a Marshal
of Frauce. Dazalne turned and
walked out of court to his private
rooms, where he was at once told that
ho must submit to htviug nu officer
with him all night, it being contrary
to regulations that a pernon under
death sotitcnco should bo for a single
instant alono. Djzuiuo has been
woaring the broad red ribbon and
star of the Legion of Honor, and tho
yellow ribbon and pendant of tho
military medal. Ho took them oil
unbidden and handed them to Col.
Villotto, who replied, howefer. that
ho had no orders to tal;o poswssion of
tho insignia, and that "Monsieur"
might keep them until his
appeal had been iieird. "Oh,
what uso Is thoro iu appealing? 1
was condemned boforo 1 was brought
up for trial," answered tho prisoner
bitterly, aud his next question was
ubout his wifo and children, who
were certainly moro to bo pitied than
he. Mine, liazuiuo has been allowed
to seo her husband every day, and it
is not likely that this privilege will
bo withheld from her now thougli,of
course, sho will not to allowed to re
main alono with her husband. Sho
is a Mexican lady, 28 years old, with
bright, intelligent features, not un
liko Mine. Adelina 1'atti's, aud sho
has over been devotedly attached to
tho Marshal. They havo two chil
dren, a little boy and girl, the eldest
of whom is fivo years old.
Joa Hawlcy Flogged Ben
A Washington correspondent of
tho Now York S gives tho key to
Ben Rutler's dislike of Gon. Hawloy,
of Connecticut. Tho Iotter gives tho
story as told by n Mi. Seward to the
"Well," said Soward, "you know
that Butler had about 40,000 men ut
Hermuda Hundred while Grant was
fighting Leo iu tho Wilderness. If
ho had been prompt and bold he
might havo gono into Richmond like
a book. Rut ho got 'bottled up,' as
Grant snld, and that was tho end ot
him. Then Grant took the most of
his troops away from him, leaving
with him about 4,000 or 6.00Q men
under Generals Terry and Hawloy.
It cut Uutler up terribly knocked
his military dignity into a
cocked hat. So Uutler got his back
up, and determined to do something
ou his own hook. Jlo had his engin
eers cut a now road through tho
woods which would bring him out iu
tho open country botween Petersburg
and Richmond. Ho ordorod Haw
ley's brigado to march over this road
during tho night, oxpecting that ho
could, reach tho open country by day
light, and then assault and capture
Petersburg. Ho sent Kaufz with a
regiment of cavalry around the other
side of Petcrburg, to mako an as.
sault on the works south 6." that city,
at tho samo time that Hawloy struck
It 011 tho north, Well, Joo started
off with his brigado on as dark a
night as over you saw. It was tho
uight that Grunt was lighting Leo at
Cold Harbor. I remember that wo
could hear tho guns of the battle.
Hut Joe found that Butler's road was
wonderfully and fearfully made.
It as hacked out of n thick
forost. His engineers had loft
tho stumps two aud three feet high.
It was almost !mno:!h!: for Joo to
get his butteries over them. Ho
woiked liko a beaver, bui at day
light ho was not more than half way
to th open ground, ButUr Heard of
titan mis r Joe sent back word that
le wni doing the b.st ho could, and
if it was nolJitisfnctory to Butler ho
could remove and bs hanged to him.
It was well along toward noon when
Joe struck the oprn country. There
was a line of works extending toward
Petersburg for miles.
A LIVELY SHARK Ul'.
It would have taken several hours
to rrach tho city iu a straight march.
It was so far away that you could
only seo one of its church steeples,
and you know tho city is on riing
ground at that. But Joe oboyed or
ders, lie carried lino after lino of
works at the point of tho bayonet,
uui iuu city Ecetncu as iar ou as over.
About sundown Kautz'a cavalry
formed a junction with him. Kautz
reported that he had assaulted the
works ot bovoral places, aud found
them well manned. Ho had been re
pulsed ou every sido. A strong force
was already mossing in front ol Haw
ley, and common prudence
dictated n return to camp. It
was lato at night when tho troops
reached their quarters. Joo sat down
without going to bod his newspapor
life had made him a sort of 11 iiig,ht
owl aud wrotoouthisofllclal report,
sending it to Butler as soon as it was
finished. Next morning an orderly
cumo to the tent, und said that Gen.
Butler wanted to see Gen. Uawley
immediately. I rode up to Butler's
headquarters with Joe. Joe got oft"
his bono and went inside I ro
inalned without. I could hear them
at it inside. Butler was roaring at
Joe, and browbeating him as though
ho were a witness in a rapo ease.
Every onee in n whilo Butlor would
shout, 'You say in your report so
and so.' Hawloy would answer,
'You misquoto my roportj I say no
such think.' Then Butler would
swear and talk about tho Major Gen
orals ho had romoved. For a long
tlmo Joe kept his temper. Then tho
Ho direct was nlven. It was too
much. Joe went for Bonjumiu. Ho
caught him by tho cont collar and
shook tho stuffing out of him. I was
thinking about going in, when Joo
appeared at tho door of tho tent.
Ho was as calm as n summer sea.
Come, Soward,' ho said, 'let us go.
I shall be removed iflstayheremuch
longer.' And wo wont back to our
St. Nicholas Bulletin.
St. Nicholas says, with his usual leer,
Keen a bright o and you'll soon see him
ine luntiy old fellow, perhaps you may know,
Asked Hatter Buuce to help out his show.
St. Nick and Bunco good friends long have
Th rerore he callod to see him aualn,
Sai ing, friend liunoo 1'vo got work for vou,
Don't stand for prlecs.put tho goods through.
ne looVed round the aloro and says withe,
Those caps for boya are not equalled I think,
Tusn thore are many, I know, who would
Fur collars covering all but the eyes.
And mittens, we hoar, aro eft given away
By Eve's fairy daughters to tholr gallants so
Olprea, my d ar friend, ne'er eonie nml.s,
As some think of ref using a fair damsel's ki.s.
Fura for the Ladles, OonU whero are! your
.T,ii'..lway '!''" ,U"m r"T fr"t prise.
While the children dolUhted will think it
If you buy from Bunco's a collar and muff.
St. Nicholas took groat fancy to many other
things aud concluded that Buucv's was the
place to go.
UUNUE'd, IbftChnmiilou Hntier,
i'.IJ Douglas St., Omaha, Neb
I OFFICIAL. I
For levying a special tax for tho construction
ot a sidewalk.
Section 1. That the several sums set op
poslto to the following described premises, to
i ! i i i i i
i 5 : IS
o 1-o n at' 00 -r 5,
a i ig
rf al 3
S ci teS
being the costs and expensos, approve! by the
City Council, for constructing the sidewalk in
front of and adjoining sd preuil.es, by the
Streit Commissioner, in pursuance of a reso
lutlqa pass.'d by this Council, and after the
failure of the owners thereof to do the kame,
alter due notice, be and the same are hereby
respectively levied and assessed against each of
said lots, parts of lot, and prcmlsrs payable io
the City Treasurer within thirty (SO) days
from this dato.
Sec, 2, This ordinance shall take effect from
and after its passage,
l'assed Dec. 30lh, 1873.
(Signed) J. S. GIBSON,
President City Council,
Jos. M. McCunr, City Clerk.
By E. I. Ktirox, Deputy City Clerk.
Approved Dee. 31st, 1873.
(Signed) J. 8. OIBSON,
Jt-3t Acting Mayor.
Book. MxtcA tTolo
ilPIr 3071 ILSTQ-
Dt.E AT TUF, BES OFFICE.
ln.v,U 1 Ci I ..! cb-aill
"mana & bt. LOUIS ShOl't'
' ' Tl
1 Q 7 d t 0hi
J. C "3b I pnh
Tho Kansas City, St. Joo and
Counoll Bluffs R. R.
Is the only direct Hue to
mrv . iiotriB
"and TIIK EAST, I'ltOM
OMAHA AND THE WEST.
NO t'HAMlK of cars between OnnhsnudSt.
Louts, and hut o"e between UMAHA
aud Ni:V YOilK.
This two Only ..Ino running a
PULITIAM gLl.'KPI.VQ CAIl BAIT
rilOH OMAHA, ON AltltlVAIi
OV TIIK UNION I'ACIKlO
aWI'ass'ugers taking other routes have a
dlsagiceabto transfer at tho Hirer Station.
PA9KjrODIt TUA1MI DAILY I
HE ACHING ALL
EASTERN AND WE3TEEN CITIES
With Less Changes and in advance of other
This Entire Lino Is cqitlppid with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cais,
Palace Day Coaches and ChairCar,
Major's Safety Platform and Couplor
aud tho Colcbratod Wostinghouso
T3m that your tickets read via
KstusjasiC'llv, ', Joaeiili dc Cosantll
Via Omaha and St. Louit,
Ticket, fur sale at car. Tenth and Farnham
streata, and V. V, Depot, Omaha.
EO. I. llRADIIUItr,
J. F. BAUNAIID,
A. C. DAWK),
tl.n'l 1'ais. Agt.,
Tho Only Bohemian N'onspnpcr Pub-
Ushod West of tho Missouri
CIRCULATION OVER 2,000
And conalantly increasing. Two-third of
this clrcuhwlou la tlii States ot
and NEW VOUIC,
CANADA, a d BOHEMIA.
a first-class medum
The nohemlana aro, for tho most part, In
dustrious, thrifty agriculturists. Over 2f0,000
of this nationality are sottle-1 In lows, Wis
consin, Iltlnola, Ohio, an 1 Minnesota. Thou
aands aro constantly Immigrating to the traos
TUr are FIVE BOIUiMIAN NF.WSPAPEIIS
In tho Dnitad States, nnd the
ow i ITS-
THIRD YEA.R OF PUHLIOATION
1 68 Pine Street, bet. 4th W $lh,
Manu.'.cturcn of, anJ Deileri In
Book jnd News Trps,
PRINTING MATERIALS, ..
STEREOTYPING & ELCCTROTYPINO
In all thdr variout branches.
Wood Encuavino, and PATTtsN LtrriMret
A. E. STKVEIVH,
PURCHASING AGENCY I
OFFICE---5 12 Thirteenth Strooj,
Make a specialty of Purchasing floods and
attending to buslneas In Omaha and Chicago,
ju'ougn me principal arms of both cltloa. Col
lections promptly made. Alo Agent for th
;oT HEAL DINE.'
Mh TO l2(l lle.r.ar Agtts wanted I
people of elthtr sex, young or old, u.ke moir
. . . r"" ciaasos
r-.a-. v, wavHV. rv ;uuu L1 Ul4 lUm
money at woik for us lu their spare m
or oil the tlme.than at auytblag els.
WINktON Oo., Portland, luu!;.
The great Deinoera He victories In New York
Ohio. Mars land, and Mortals, Ihostar no's lie
ptiWIean defcii. In Wlscou!?, Iowa. Kansu
ami iiiinol, torrshadnw tho eVftlnnof A Iem
nerjllct'ong cm in 1371, and tho election of a
Democratic rresllentln Is7rt.
The seciet ol the triumph al eily Won has
Iccn.steadfHSt adherence to the orgsniiatloii,
iinflliKhlng Udsllty to the principles ot 11, 0
Democratic pirly. "The World'' has l-een
fnlttilul to Its trust. When faint heerts talked
of a .polled p-vrty, ndad pirly, n new psrty.
it bore aloft the tlag ot the historic. Indomit
able Democratic party. That flag, Inscribe I
with tho l2cnd, Iron Trade aid Farmers'
lltghts, Hard Money ami no Mon oHe., the
Deinocratsof Ohio and New Vork rarrlnl to a
glorious slctory, siibverllngtlranl's maloiltles
ol ,17,0iW and 81,0 ).
A ucwcuircr now ojxns licfore tho Demo-cracy-moie
glorious and moro Wtiellceut
tlisu Us tKistcarosr. ldentliled thoueb Uui u
with the founding it the ltspubllc, its expan
a.'on across the continent, Its half century of
pifispctlty and peace.
The .pel secret of Its future, as ot Its pit
aidimaent triumphs, Is still a steallaat ad
hcremv to the organ Ixitlou, an utilllnclilng
auclltv to the principles o( the Democratic par.
ty prlni'tples never so needful as miw to be
applied throughout our Nation, Mate and
municipal ll.'o, to heal tho wounds and dimior
nlliatlon ot wt,'r, to stop corrupt nnd prulllgaio
expenditure, to Hni'l and locallro powers en
truatoil to the veopto's servants, to llbtr.to
our Industries fm.M tlio fellers of t KiiKiroiis
tarln, our trado frttu tno tiuiictuatlons ef an
ltrcliiublopain.rc'4rrency, and our agricul
ture from the iloiibL tdunderln2 ut lHith.es
well as to repair the wl le-spread nuaurlalrulii
wrought by the fiscal policy of the lltpubllcnu
'I ho duly of tlio World in this onward march
of tho Democratic hosta to victory, Is thodis
semination of olltlcal truth. Our work will
bo fruitful In projwrtlon as tho World Is widely
Wo nV Democrats everywhere to aid us In
scattering the good seed broadcast over I lie
whole land duniw the period so Important to
thn coming barrets.
Where ir how can nny Democrat work an
clflclently for the intrusion of the principles of
his party, and their trlumdiat thu Imllut box
in '74 and '70, a. by procuring new loader, for
the World, now 7
. Aan vehicle of news, the World will spirn no
expense, no energy, ts maintain and advance
Itn plaro In tho llrst rank ot metropolitan Jour
nals. It. fresh, abundant, sarlous, and accur
ate news, comprising tho wholo circle of em
rent Intelligence, will lie discussed as becomes u
trustworthy organ of opinion, with cuulor,
with steady devotion to sound public and pri
vate morals, with special kiiowlnlgo lor spcil.il
themes, and Ith various and wlde-rrnchlnx np
prehenslon of the manifold lntorestsof mon and
women In their ;homes. thdr markot-placo.,
tholr workshops and their farms.
THE WKKICr.Y WORLD
Is our Rreat edition (Wednesday) for the coun
try. It contains:
1. The litest prices (telrgrnihod from nil Hit
markets of the United Stites) of lire slixt,
country produce general pruduca of ovcry
kind, aud of money, stocks, and freight. In
New York and Europe.
2. The farmers' page, with all tho dolus, of tho
Farmers' Club of the A mo lean Institute,
loiters from practlaalfaraiors, and achiiitllle
discussion on prolltablo larmlng.
3. A page for tlio family circle, of llwly mid
4. Ono cr two ftrst-rato novels during the
t. All tho nows In con-iso summary.
contains (Tuesday and Frldiy) all tho contents
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Hy.in Immensa pncllcp. extendlni throueti
rwrUvtitr Jiutf, huliy within thn time treated
riany Ihojsaiul t i.us of ITimj disease pecnllaT
to Miiman, lhno hern riinii.nl t,i jwrfect most
poll nt nnd n,-iiinblo liuilklnotl.nt niectalMlndl
latlnnn presouted bv tMit diss ofdlsuas wlUt
To deslpnnto this balural rpvcllle compound. I
'Dr. Picrco's Favorito Proscription.
' The fcrrn, however, Is tint ft fochlo expreMlonof
my uorl limturul appreciation of Us altie, base
tipoii actual nnd wltiict d realities. A t cloes
ouvni'r. I htvo while ssltncr.liii; tti potltlva ft).
rults in tlio rowrperUI dlsenics Incident 10 ths
reparato or,Tin;nn if womun, rlnglcrt It out M
tlio rlliiiux or crotviiliiir KftH of mr
turd leu I onroor. Onttsmorllaasnposltlrsv
rare, and cllVctn.il Hnieily l.ir this rl iss ofdlseuesv
end ono that 111 at all times and under all clrcura-
kuiucoa act kinuiy ani in tiarmony Willi the laww
vhlchmivern tho femilo sistcm
, i am willing to
Itako my reputation as a ph)slcnn
n 7a. .v.m
mora so confident am I thai
It 111 not disappoint
tho most sanguine expectations of n .lncla Invalid
lady who imptuyis It for nny of thn ailment for
which I recommend It, that I ortcr and fell It
under A I'OMTlVi: J IJAHANTia;. If
bcuellclul eUVct Is tint experienced by the tlmo
tuo-thlrda ofthtf contents of tho bottle are used,
I ulll, on return of tho Jioltlc, tto-thlrd of the
iiiuuiciiio uawujr nueu inKcri accortun so OtrrC
tlou", and tho caso beinK oun lor hlcli I reconv.
menu u, promptly rentmi ilia money paid, for Ir.
Had I not tho most perfect confldencn In it srtr-
tlona; but hatnr witnessed Its truly mlrscnlon.
cure lu thousinda or cases, 1 fefil 7a
rnnlud und pcrfrctly mto lu rlklnr
liotli my rvpututlou and uiytuouer
un its inorliit.
Tho following nro nmon? those rllrcsMI 1st
which my Favorito Proscription baa
worked euros as 11 by inaic and w tth n certainty
cctcr hcfoio oltatueil by any mtdlrlne: Leu
rorrlisra, Exccsslvo Flonlng, Paluful llonlhly
Periods, BupprcBsloiiH uhcii frum nnnatnru
causes, Irregularities, Weal: Hack, Prolapens, or
failln,? of tho Uterus, Antes rrrinu and Rctrovcr
alon. Roaring Dotru beiintlnm, Internal Itar.
Nero.i Donress'oti, Vtblllty. Despondency.
Threatened Mlscarrlajo. Chronic Congestion, In
Gammatlon and Urter.itlon of tho litems, Impc
tency. Uarrennes,or Sttrlllty, Female Weakness,
and scry many other chrome dltcarca incident i
woman not mentioned hero, tn which, wU
as in tho casos which I liao mentioned, say
Faorlto Pruscrlpttoii works cures the Mar
vel of Uso world. ThU medicine I do Dot
extol ns A cure nil, but It ndmlrnbly fulfill x
siIiirIoiioiisi of puriioHo bcliiKO tuost per
fect epcdilclnall chronic (Uscnses of the eexnal
nystcm of woman. It will not tlltappolnt, nor
will It do harm in nny fclalo or condition. It wlH
ho found Invaluablo lndlecascHtucidcnt Io prest
nancy, and can lio taken In modciata dose wlUk
perfect nafoty whllo lu that itato. Indeed, It to
a .Tlothor'n Conllul, nnd fo preparos th
system Tor partiylllon Hint It render cnlld-Uboe
easy. I havo rorolvcd tho Iicartfilt praise from
hundreds of mother for tlio lucatlinablo beesstU
tbua conferred. ...
I odor my Favorito Prrcrlptlon,to the LtdMss
of America with thu rlnrcilty of an bond bestrt,
and for their best welfare. Tho.o who dealrst .
further Information on thco rittdect can oblalst
it in myTiiEATiso o Ciiiiokio Disiafm oftstb
Ocnervtivr and UitiVAitv Oroam, tent ecur
from observation upon receipt of two postaj
ttiutp. It tro.itis minutely on tho-e diseases p.
cullar to Pennies, and rles muiUvtlaablowlvlo
lu mtard to their management
oft. pir.iicr.'H I'AvoniTC prr.
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