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Eli Perkins on the Kamai Paoific
f Graphic, March 4th.
Westward, "westward, -westward
we have been riding all day over
the Kansas Pacific. From Kansas
City the road runs straight up the
Kansas River bottom and along
Smoky Hill and the bufthlo country
to Denver. On the train are Grang
ers from Carson and Hugo, and kill
ers and stabbers from Wild Horse
and Eagle TaiL
As we near Salina, Kansas, Con
ductor Cheney comes along to col
lect the fare. Touching a long
haired gentleman on the back he
looks down and says:
"Hain't got none," says the pas
senger, holding his gun with one
hand and scowling out from under
his black slouch hat.
"Bat you mutt pay your fare, air!"
expostulated the conductor.
"Now je3 look a here, stranger!
mebby you'r a doin' your duty, but
I hain't never paid yet goin' through
this country, and "
Justr.then a slouchy, old frontiers
man who had been compelled to
pay his fare in a rear car, stepped
up in front -of the mulish passen
ger and, pointing a .six-shooter at
"See here, Long BUI, you jes pay
your fare. I' ve paid mine, and they
don't anybody ride on this train free
if I don't if they do damme!"
"All right, you've got the drop on
me, old boy, so put up yer shooter
an' I'll settle," said the passenger,
going down into his pocket for the
"Do these incidents often hap
pen?" I asked the conductor a little
"Well, ye3, but not so" -often as
'they used to in '68 and '70, Mr.
Perkins, The other day," contin
ued the conductor, "some three
card monte men came on the train
and dwindled a drover out of $150.
The poor man seemed to take it to
heart. He 'said his cattle got so
ohoap during the Eastern "bust"
that he had to just "peel 'em" and
sell their hides in Kansas City and
this was all the money he had. A
half dozen v miners from Denver
overheard the talk, and, coming up,,
tlioy "drew a bead" on the monte
men and J?U 'em to pay that money
"Just you count that money back,
conductor,' . they said, 'and after I
had done it,' continued the conduc
tor, one of the head miners said:
" 'Now conductor, you jes stop the
train, an' we'll hang these three
card monte fellers to the telegraph
"Butthe monte men flew out of
the door too quick for 'em."
To illustrate the value of human
life in this country, Mr. Locke, the
manager of the Kansas City Opera
House, tells me this story:
Two years ago the James brothers,
the same two desperadoes who
sacked the express car, and "went
through" the passengers on the Chi
cago, Rock Island & Pacific and at
Gad's Hill, stole the money box at
the Kansas State Fair. They rode
into Kansas City on horseback, and
when the cashier was walking to
the bank with the receipts of the
day; about $2,000, they pointed their
pistols at his head, seized the box,
and galloped off. This was done in
broad daylight, in the midst of a
Well some time afterwards one
of the Kansas City reporters wrote
an article about these highwaymen,
saying some kind things. He call
ed them brave, and said they had
done the most daring deed in the
highwayman's record, A few
night's afterwards the James Broth-'
era rode into Kansas City, went to
the newspaper office, and calling
the reporter out, presented him a
handsome watch and chain. They
said the article in question touched
(them in a tender spot, and they
desired to show their graUtude.
"But I don't feel at liberty to
take the watch," said the reporter.
'"But do it to gratify us. We
didn't steal this watch ; we bought
and paid for it with our own money,"
continued the desperadoes.
"No; you must excuse me," con
tinued the reporter.
"Well, then, if youcan't take this
watch," replied the James Brothers,
regretfully, "perJiaps you Ban name
tome man around here you want
Carson, Colorado, March 7,
A Champion Canal-Warmer.
From theltochrater Advertiser .J
" The man who called at the office
the other day to exhibit vrhat he
called a patent prayer-extinguisher
Is evidently a lunatic. He came a
galn this mornhig, and, after sitting
down In a welNflavored dish of paste
which had been prepared for the ben
efit of an "exchange fiend," he re
" Well, so-so. What Is it?"
" S-s-s-s-s-h ! " he aspirated mys
teriously. " I've jist got the"biggest
idee in my head that any man ever
" Indeed 1"
" Yes sir-ee. Now, you see, I jist
propose to be a benefactor to the hu
man race. This here idef of mine
will jist pay off the hull oi the nash
unaldebt if you will only put her
through, an' I don't want to make a
cent out of It nuther.' '
" Might it not be well to "
" Oh, I know what you're goln'
to say, an1 I'll jjat come right to the
pint at onct. This here Idee, which
cum mighty near liftln' the top of
my head off, Is jist like this ; I've
got a patent plan to prevent the ca
nals from freezin' In winter or sum
mer. This hain't no chemical Idee
uuthcr, but then brevity is the thief
of time, an' my notion is about this:
I propose to build a nice fire-proof
bulletin' over the canal, extendln' Its
bull length. This bulldln' will be
ornamental, and the upper floors cau
be used as offices and elevators.
Bizness will flow Into 'em, it can't
help It Along In places where there
ain't much population the building
needn't be more than two-stories
high, but in cities it can be as big as
Powers' Block. The offices will be
warmed .by steam,, and of course the
canal won't freeze, for I propose to
have a law passed requiring each
boat to boll a. certain quantity of
water an' pour it into the canal eiaj
try mile sne maKes.- population
will flow into the magnificent struc
ture over the nana), an1 the tow-path
will be kept dry. In summer, the
son will be kept from the backs of
the mules, an' menny valuable lives
will be saved, not to mention pro
fanity. In regard to the Hudson
River, well, that'll only require a
little more enterprise, but"
11 Well, sir, how do you propose to
carry out this scheme ? "
"Simple aa milk. Suppose the
length of the canal from Buflklo to
Albany is 352 miles, and that this
building costs $3,000,000 a mile, that
Will be In the neighborhood of $1,
056,000,000. Now in order to build
the first section we can form a stock
company, issue stock an' mortgages,
not to mention bonds an' sloh.
You comprehend the plan, now a
bout how much stock will It take?"
Then the writer, who perhapa did
not attend the Sunday-school with
becoming regularity in his youth,
uttered a few impatient adjectives of
a Christian nature, and blew the lu
natic on the spot
Eia Faith, Hop and Advtr.itiei.
Fraa a Baaian Latter U tha London Post
The Pop, who a few weeks ago
showed so great an anxiety to admin
ister the sacraments to his Secretary
of State' Ta now pressing upon him
the expediency of miking his will
Thoroughly reassured on the score of
hi own health, and confident of the
almost boundless length of yean that
ia yet in store for himself, the Holy
Father seems to look wit a serene res
ignation on the fate of his entourage.
Cardinal Capalty, the jrreat champion
of 'infallibility in the (Ecumen
ical Council, has been for wt-elu dy
ing by inches. Chronic infirmity or
mental alienation has made mere
wrecks of many senior members of
the Sacred College. The staunchest
friends and servants of Pius IX. are
falling from him one by one, over
powered by disea-e or decrepitude.
He alone walks erect and undaunted,
ever young, ever sanguine, outstrip
ping his youngest chaplains in his af
ternoon sauntFrsin the Vatican gar
den, astonishing even more than en-
livening his gravest counsellors by
the dryness of his humor and the
keenness of hisaarcasm. Certainly no
such burden of fai'.h ever sat so light
ly on the heart of any man. He con
siders himself aa under the protection
oi at special x-roviafnce.
Neither the politicians nor the big
otican boaxtofa permanent ontrol
over bisections. Antonelli has never
been thoroughly trustod, and r.ever
definitely discarded. TheJesu t.have
bewildered, but not perxuadfd, the
Holy Father. His self-conceit is
equnlly proof against auth r tative ar
gument, and subtle teductiuu. Th
Church, he is convinced, is built on
a rock, and faith can move moun
tains. " fibnpossumus " will do it
all. He U at war with Jhe powers
by which Italy is ruled, but has nev
er divested himself of his sneaking
kindness for his country. Even in
his sorest need of foreign interference
he was neither cordial nor grateful to
tbe French and Austriana whose bav-
onet propped up his throne, and in
his policy he was as little swayed by
partiality to the Bourbons as to the
Bonaparte. A Pope's business, in his
opinion, is to be a Papist, not an Im-
puiiaustwr jjeguimiBi; anu as a ra
pal supremacy is not to be easily en
torced upon any Potentate, he would
fain base it on pop'ular allegiance,
and places greater reliance upon the
spontaneous Roman tendencies which
are manifesting themselves in free
England and America than in any at
tempt made by the Government of
France or Austria to carry out the
Concordats and establish religion bv
order. He puts no faith in Princes,
aud scorns the use of human means.
It is not without seme hidden desitrn
of Providence, he thinks, that his
ministers are removed or disabled ;
that the overbearing Jesuits are dlv
pereed, and the cralty Antonelli crip
pled bv jmut, and even the tyrannical
Tarqulni lies iiL
ilen and events have equally con
tributed to induce Pius IX. to look
'Upon himself as a miraculous man.
A picture in Sant' Agnese fuori te
Mura represents him as upheld by
angel during the catastrophe by
which the floor sunk under him and
his suite at the time of his visit to
that sanctuary in 1847. His portrait
in mosaic is placed above the bronze
statue of the Prince of tbe 'Apostles
in the great nave of St. Peter'-, in
commemoration of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of his accession a mirac
ulous consummation, which enabled
hiin to "see the years of Peter," and
obviously singled bim out for some
great recondite purpose in God's gov
ernance of the world.
The wall by which the transept of
the Vatican Basilica wa cut off from
the main body of the church, to he
uaed aa a council-chamber hi 1869, i
miffered to remain, to tbe grievous
diffiguremant of tbe edifice, lest the
world should suppose that the Synod
was more than adjourned by the oc
cupation of Home, or by tha confine
ment of the Pope to hu palace. So
long as the Pope enm-idera himself
safe from any possibility of a mistake,
he thinks he need harbor no fear ot a
mischance. His- omnipotence is
founded on his infallibility.
In the estimation of the Italian
multitude, Pius IX. is a jettqtore,
who brings misfortune upon any pei
son or thing on which his "evil eye "
rests who breaks whatever he
touches. His own temporal power,
the throne of the Neapolitan Bour
bons, that, of Isabella of 8pain, the
career of Maximilian of Au-tria, the
fortunes of the houe itself of the
Hapsburgs, have all to bewail the
consequences of the ill-fortune' which
attends whatever obtain the Pope's
blessing. The Papl excommunica
tion has been for Victor Emmanuel,
for Bismarck, for all the foes to tbe
Papal power, a pledge of success.
The Unfortunate Smiley.
8ay Max Adlen When'Smlley,
of Pittsburgh, started for Philadel
phia, the other day, a woman occu
pied the seat in front of him with
twin infanta. Just before the train
moved oil the woman asked Smiley
to hold the babies for a moment,
while aha went to a drug store across
the street after a new bottle top. He
took the little onos, and before the
woman returned the train started.
Smiley was in agony, and when
the babies began to cry, no words
can describe his misery.
All the passengers were looking at
him, and aa he dandled the babies
up and down, onoon each knee, the
perspiration streamed from every
pore. This kind of thing continued
until dark, and then, as the conduc
tor refused to have anything to do
with the infants, poor old Smiley
put them In his own berth, and tried
to aooth them. But the more he
trhJ, the more they howled, and
he sat up alongside of them the
whole night, utterly wretched,
while the other passengers swore at
him, and threw boots at his "head,
.and called him bard names, because
he wouldn't keep the "youngsters
quiet By the time morning came,
Smiley was pretty' near crazy, and
the twins were almost starved to
death. He had" nothing to give
them but plug tobacco and bay rum,
Which he carried for his hair, and
he knew they we not healthy.
The first Use tbe train stopped he
bolted out and bought a pie. When
he returnecrnne of the twins had
tumbled off the Beat and hadabro
fcenmose: but ha stuffed them' both
with the pie gorge. Then Smiley
waa in a worse case than the very
verge of insanity, and 'bis reason
waa all but dethroned whan a po
liceman entered the car and seized
him on the authority of a telegram
from Pittsburgh, on a charge of kid
napping. He spent the night in
Ml; and was then released on ball.
Ho wants to find the father of those
twins. Heyearn to tell him some
thing, and to fumble among his
Aa Humble Follower of "0. W."
From th Oraas Sir Advocate.
A good little boy out West under
took t coma the G. Washington on
his mother in this way : He eut
off tha cat's head with tbe tnuji.
1 I i "
tlonal hatchet and tl e i hid-the de
funct feline in the meal-barrel.
When the old lady went for meal to
make- "hoe-cake'' for the frugal
morning repast she discovered the
cat, and Interviewed her little son.
He said : 'I did it, mother, with my
little hatchet, but I'll be swizzled if
I can tell the whole truth about this
little affair." Now, most motheia
would have kissed that brave.
truthful lad on his noble brow and
kept right on using the meal out of
mat barrel just the same ; but this
one didn't. She said: "Com
across my lap, my son ; come across
my lap." He came, and for awhile
there rose a cloud from the seat of
his trousers that effectually hid the
son from view. And the old woman
now sports goggles and is lavish in
the use of Petit's eye-salve. The
good little boy had peppered the seat
of his pants.
Money and Commrct.
fficb Ou aha Daily Bee, )
March 28, 1874. J
Business in wholesale lines was
fairly active to-day In all branches.
Tho demand for dry goods was
larger than usual. Groceries moved
In heavy lots and priees were well
maintained throughout. Coffees
settled at yesterday's quotations and
the Impression in business circles
seems to be that they have touched
bottom, for tho present at least
The market is well stocked with the
better brands of teas and prices are
low enough to compete with New
Yorlrfor San Francisco.
More than the usual number of
western merchants left for home by
this-morning's trains, and the pack
ing rooms are still busy with their
Carefully Csrractad Dalij.
America, It ; Albioa, 10 ; Al
iens, 10; Connestoga, 10; Dannells,
10 ; Truman's, S 1-2; Garner k Co.,
9 1-2 ; Hamilton, 10 ; Merrimack
D. 10;.?rientil, 10;. Pacific Mills,
10; .Spragues, 10.
Amoakeag, A, O, A, 28; de A, 23;
do B, 20; Coneatoga, A, Pre., 26 do
B, 27; do Gold Medal, 20.
Peppenell, 8-4, 30c; do 0-4, 87 l-2c,
do 10 4, 40c; do 11-4, 4c; Waltham,
8-4, 27 l-2c; do 9-4, 22 l-2c; de 10-4,
Amoakeag, 12 l-2c; Augusta, 12c;
Everett, G, G, 13 l-2c; Great Falls,
Indian Heads, 12c; PepperollE,
fine, 12c ; do It, fine, Ho ; do O, 10c;
do N, fine, 9c ; do sheeting. t-4c, 27c;
do sheeting, 9-4, 82 l-2c; Puttman,
A, A, 12c; Stark, A, 12.
Amoskeag, 11 c; Kearsarge Balln,
131-2c; Laconia Satin, 18 l-2c;
Naumkeag 8tan, 14c; Peppeaell Sat
Amoskeag, 24c; Arkwright, blue
19c; Beaver Creek, A, A, 10c; Hay
Maker, blue, 13 l-2c; Iadia, B, B,'
blue and brown, 19c; New York, B,
25c; Otis,B, B, 19c; do C.CT, 17c
Oakland, A, lCc; Warren, B, B, 18c;
do A, 16 l-2c
Androscoggin, 4 4, A, A, ITc; do
L, 4-4, I5c; Boot, S, 4 4, 11 l-2c; do
B, 4-4, 13r Fruit of the Loom. 14c;
do 100, 18c; Gold Medal, 12 l-2c;
Hope, 12 l-2c; NewYork Mills, 19t ;
Wamsatta. 18c; Lonsdale; 13.
STEELE JOHHSOX 638-540 14TX T.
CLARK PEEHOH COR. 7A&NHAU AMD
PT7NDT, METER AEAAPEE, 112 VAUT
UVU ST., WHOLESALE bKALXES-
WHITXEY BAtJSEBHAN A CO, 247
Cofieea .firm at, for Bio 30
30Jc, Java, old government, 35c,
Costa Eica 81c Dried Fruits inpply
limited; Layer Basin, new, t 50;
Dried Apples 10 14; Salt Lake
Peaches 15.oysters 2 lb can 4 60 4 75
Peaches case, 2 dozen, 5 005 25 ;
Tomatoes, per ca9 of two dosen 3
pounds, 5 006 25 ; 2 lbs, 4 00a4 2i.
Cheese lSJal9; batter cice roll
33a35 eggs; I2rl4; beans 2 65 per bu;
Rice Ban. 8; do Carolina 9; black
berries 17alS; prunes 15;currant8 new
8aSJ; teas Oolong 30al 00; Jape 45a
90; (junpowdera 60al 40; Y. H. 45a
1 00; honey in comb 28a33; strained
in class 25.
BUTTER AND EG 09.
J. O. Bosenfield, Produce commia
inission merchants,199 Douglas street,
furnish us with tho following quota
tions: Butter, choice roll, 3335;
common roll, 17u20; egga,
demand active at 12 ;
prime apples, 8 00 per bbl ; potatoes
140 per bu. Cranberries 9prbbl.
Supply limited with demand active
ss follows: Chickend, dressed,' fell ;
turkeys, llal4c; geeae,.la9e; dackiO
Lemons aad oranges Mess, lem
ons, $7; oranges f6 25S 50.
John T. Edgar, wholesale dealer
in Hardware and Iron, -corner 14th
Douglas, favor us with the following
quotations and report active move
ment in trade on order account from
Bar iron in car load lots, si 4 cemt
rates; nails, do. lOd. 4 6 ; Jd, 8 00 ;
6d,525; 4d,550; d, 125; wrought
nails, 6 75 ; cast steel, 18c bulk; azea
$13 00 per dot
A. B. Hubermann, 510-512 IStk
street wholesale dealers. Quo
tations: mink, "No: 1, ,1 251 50;
coons, 45c; muskrat, 14 for fall aad
21c for spring; skunk, prine black,
1 00c ;do. striped, 15 to 80c ;otter, Uo.
1, 5 00 to 6 50; do. No. 2, 4 00;.fsb
er, in good order, QOO; wolf, large
mountain No. 1 . 2 25 : do. No. 1. 1 SOi
do, small, 50 to W; beam, w.U far-'
red an J cljuie.I, 1 00 to 1 25 per lb
martin, frtm 2 50 to 4 00, according
to color; fox, silver gray, 10 CO to
25 00; do. cross, 3 00; do. red, 1 50:
deer skin, hair red aud short, 25c aer
Cooke Sl Ballou furnish tae follow
ing quotations, for but cheraV stock,
native steers, 4a4 1-2; Texasrateers,
3Ja3J; hogs, unsettled, prijse, 4a
4 1-2 ; sheep, firm and actireiat 4
l2a5 00 " V
Dressed beef, 6 l-2c; dressed 'port,'
6c; dressed mutton, 81-2c; S. C.hama
13c; shoulder?, 7 1-2; breakfast bacon.
10c; clear sides, 10c; lard, firoa at 9a
Powell & Co., Soap moan fact urera.
Sapo Publico, l-26fl-4; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Olive, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 65 1-4 ; German Mot
tled, 6 l-4aS 1-2. .
SADDLKRT HARDWARE AH LBATHKB
H. G. and J. SCollins, wholesale
dealers in saddlejry hardware, harness
leather, and findings, quote: oak
harness leather, 42345c; union do,
4143; hemloct do,. 40(43; oak
bridle leather, $60(5872 Tber doz:
skirting leather, 43348c; collar
leather 2224crTeam collars $22.50
27.00 per dozS; Concord do, $35.00
$40 00; Log' skin, split back, do.
$20 0022.50 ; canvas bellies, $18.00
PAPEB.t PBISTER8' STOCK.
W. T. Seaman, wholesale paperand
printers' stock dealer, 181 Farnham
street, quotes: straw paper, 4c; rug
wrap., 6c; hardware wrap., 7c; dry
goods do, 10c; manilla do, 13c ;' pews
print, 1214c; twines paper, 25c;
jute, 25c; cotton,
35c; hemp, 2c;
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fin art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furnishes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 5c; 2i,nch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15cfainch21cl Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2incbR.l230c;-3 inch 18
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, i
inch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
f WlKDOTT SHADES.
Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each additional foot, 75c per
Union and all wo'ol terryper yard
1 508 60; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 dVd 00.
Union per yard, 1 58; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x8-2, 4 00n6 00; straw,
t 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
All of the above quotations are on
tbe baais of ordinary thirty day
Parties who buy for cab, or any
strictly first-class buyers, can always
secure reasonable concessions on large
erders for short tima paper.
OILS, PAINT.", f,LAS, c
BOBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil t is
Lard Oil, Ka.l t
LlJnaetd till, raw. H0
oi a 10
Headlight OU it
" " wl-tar
" " atrain'd
W. Va. f
Whit Lead, St. Louia, Srtictly Pur . .$ UK
Fancy Braud- 9U
Putty la Btaddars ... t
' " Bulk. 4H
Enmeld'-la colors, T?M-lt. ltd
Flat Qlaaa, 0 V e discount
TIX. SHEET-IKOX. 1TICF. kV.
MILTON ROGEBS, COR. 14tb. &
I C 10x14, 22 $ I C X Z20, Hit
ah'ta 11 SO sh't... 15 OS
X X 10x14 2 X 14x20. 1U
sh'u...: 17 0 ih't IS GO
Ij: 12x12 US I X X 14x20
sU 14 50 sh'ts U 00
IX 12XU 225 Shs 27 '0 I
C 14x201 It sh'tsSS SO
I (1 20x21 lilt
X 11X30 do . 1 W
sh'tt 17 00
I X 2 X2S da 12 SO
ropper bottoms. Jsai
Brass kttla ... 50
Honing V sb't. lialS
oa 14x181a. V
White ma tal
Planlskad cot oar. 14 and IS u . Hill in
VB : 41a4C
Sheet slac whole t ebeet a'nc by
cak U sh'ta .
Sheet zineUesk ' Splier or slab
500 As I., 121 ln.
Strait's or L AT. I Bar tin lb
large pi o I Pig 'cad V ft
aH.HMMM.MMMW 40 I B r I a !.
Strait's or LAP. Israeni firo
Mil-tl IUU '
io 27 E P chsr-
coai . ....
Ko- IS to 24 Ju-
Kos 23 to 26 Ju-
No 27 Juniata .
n lata JO In wd.
1 c additional,
24 to SO In
rosiitoz r. r
Noa 55 to 28 E P
For 1 aa t an full bunJ
Tanlted 24 to
SOln wide If
Nca22lo2ldo 15 I No 2$ ,
lamuperct inu bundle.
COKE l IV PLATE.
0-16x14 222 sheet-. tlOSOall.
1 bf cross 12 75 1 1 gross tS 00
4 fros...r.. 5 0 Jo pixon A Co A 5n
10 grow 5 '. I Gem 4 SO
RUSSIA SHEET IRON.
Noa t to 12 staiu'd I Nos 9 to t, per It
with one good I Iron ft ft....... 31
aide. 22 1
For le.a than a bnndl le ft extra.
SU Louis No 1 5iBoong....-. 21
B'at made to ord 17 1 -
Noa 0 tn S 1
'7, Sand 1 10
No It 1IJ4
Noa Handle u
run Dun 'iszuper
,No 0toa 10
" 10 A 1
Np ij : it
Nra io U fori
01UIA WIOLGULE HAKXRT.
ataa. Karah St, isra.
Far daafleS eeevaitsue of Markau a4 ba
taU Priasa, saw anal eMataaa.
WWal ab a.
Cholea taM butter.
Mew Tort Paetary. par " ,
Weatatr Raaerre, f er ". ,
Waate.a Dairy, pi rlb
O. O. Jaa.
N. s 15 and ll 14
No 17 J5
" II i
" It 19
" SU.. 10
coau aaao aD ton
Pitubarg Stack (Blacksmith)
As&Sffc '" '"'mmn'Ti- .
Pmlhm, 2 lb. rrcwe
6 , ,
5 -U.J f
6 Odau .n.
Tuiaatota do j
Lima rans do
Ureen Cora d ..
Core Orstert uo
DaT COODS PKCTH.
Allseca .. .
Garner A Co.
I-i)ta. drums, per lt ,, ,...
Batsios, lajers, per boa, new
Pried currents, Zanta, near
Pried appla, eastern
Dried raspberries .. .
Wed pitted ehera
Peaches, red, w
Peacbea. uonared. near f hsJroai
Turkish praues 3ew...
Hour, winter, V ' .
do do V sack....
do Habraska do - .
Meal do bolted
do do plain .,.,...
Bran, pec ton
do shoe rohea. . .
laser, dry, per lb in hair .
Mlnk... ,,,, . .
liar i. SZZ
Wbit, choice aUJinr
do Ko 2 H
1 tt.il 30
S UM4 M
i oo t oo
Oats, in bulk..
lancaater --.,,., ,
I row akd max.
Iron.common lr per ih,
do round and aiinari
do burse he 11 - .
do hoovsnd light band..
Cast steelV Anif rfcan........
Blister steel American , . ,,
'ierinsn steel.tilow and urinr
( Norway nail rods. Bensoue..
Natl re shipping '" ,
Texas sbipplnr. s'eers.......
NatiTe butdiera stock..
Hogs, un root. TH lb ,
8heep, V lb .
talea, ft lb. nross..
LUCK, 1UDM OAIS, AC
Lime, fl bbl .. .
do .LouisTllle .....
Plaster, Grand RiMa .... ,, , ,
Hslr, per laile of 4n lha ..
flraen but hers h-daa... , ,
"S 00a3 2S
1 Mi? 00
do do call
dn 'aali hi lia
do d calf
LDry fliu bWes .
ao do call..... ..
I do salt Id lea
ao a cau.......
Bnuiddil, loiwrvenu utt,
Country, choice, per lb...
F A Co., wood caddlea..
Steam rendered .. . .
Clear plu 1 Inch ...
do i IK. sad 2 In
1st common b- ardj....
2d do do .. ..
SIdinjc, 2d to commou.....
Flooiinp, dressed aud n atefctd
common ... .. ..
d. do orer .0, add
do No. I .........
Codfish, Qeorges back .
Mackeral, No. 1, y. I.U3
" " kits
White Flei " W bbls
" " kits-
Sardines H boxes, per case. .
10 flail "
t 00aZ CO
7 00a7 SO
I tOm. V)
IIKAVT BKOWS IBXRIHaa.
Popperell, K line .. ..
da R d
de O do
do N do
do sheeting, 9-4
do ao S-4 ..
Puttman. a a...............
Stark a .
tOd to Std, per keg.
3d fine blue do
WrnuKbt nails per 100 lt.
64 finishing nails, per 100 Ibs
t do do do do
10 do do do do
1-ln. bbl do dn do.
Hore nails Northwestern, per lb
Borden'a horse shoes, per keg,.,..
do mule do do
do boiled ..
Lard, No. 1
Ren tine ..
West Va Lubricating Oil-
Meas uork bbl .
Hams, plain, f! lb ...
Hams, W lb., sugar cureJ...
Bacon clear sides V lh
Shoulders ft lb...
Dried beef, plain
White Lead, strietls pure.
do do fancy brands-
do Zinc, pure Freach..
do do de American....
do do fancy branrls
Red Lead, pure American
Putty, In WsdH.ra
powxll a oo's soars.
Herman Mottled... . ..
Sapo Publico .
Saron Republic.-... ..
X.UC.R. OIIe .
Patent rat loai
Pepper, per Ib...
All pice, per lb..
Cassia, per lb..
Nutmegs, No 1
Coarse per I bl
Fine per bbl ... .. .
Dairy, with bates per bbl
Dairy, without bagr per bbl...
Comuion5 a 6 Wc I Laundry
Olosa 10 all I rwn.
Peas, a'acdard Tsrietlts bu
do T..ni Thumb, dA
do Mo i ain'a Little Gem do .
do Common field, do
Red Heathers field onion ft.
Turnip, commou field, do
do choice Tsrleiios, do
Beet, field rarietlea, do
lloney Locust do
Osage orange H b" ..,,
Blue Grass, clean, do ......
do do extra clean do.
Clorer do ..
Timuthy do ,,, .
Tonng Hyson, common
do do tale
do do good I,,
do do prime-...
do do rrinlf.- . . .
do do extra choica-
Imperlal, superior to flns...
do extra o choice ,
Oun ppwdar, superior to fine
do extra to cholca
Japan Natural Lasl.fine to extra
Leaf, fin u
Japan Natural Lti .
Oolons. fair to
llOD Spod to prime,
nuB. extra, .
Fine rat ehewlag, xw
t 0na2 25
Dark aaTjr .
2 koatwdoak a!a u p. Ja V da
wj ao uo
Horse ual a, flush bottoaas,
Cd palls, white.
Tabs, .No. 1, oak-cralaed
do No. 2, do
do ho. S, do
Washboards. II P.
tlotlias pins, spring.
Barrel rorers, jdala,
riau uuaDeia, 1. a,
M.ip bandlra, Tajler'a,
Wood bowls, t saorted aiees,
do No. 2,
At do abased
2S5 Farriiri BUeet, . OcsIul lab
--WHQ)UaU( AD XXTAlf. DXaXXB XaT
Furniture oi aU kinds opaoUterea to erier,
-15... "' "'
I offer Tor Sale
All of T. 21, E. 1, E. '21,760 acres, suitable for "a large
colony; 600 'acres in cultivation, thousands of apple trees and
forest trees; living water on nearly all the sections; and a fine
water power. '
2640 acres in solid body, in T. 2, R. 2, W., suitable for
a colony ; 100 acres in cultivation, within 1 14 miles of Coun
ty Seat and a fine flour mill; living water. -
Shf of SE1-4...
SW Sr .
.. 4 15
Nhf of NE 5 17
'Cat aL V X I
Il'a.aaaa 0. JO
O" C( V aac, a. ,...... ...... .IO 15
V ! A aL I a a ,aiAX X 3
- ' Sarpy County,
swstv o io
AjOC J. ...... 4. i) las
Lot 4 11 12
All these lands
general, smoothly rolling table or upland, but comprising many
thousands of acres of level bottom. Most of the tracts are sup
plied with living water: some of them with small groves of
The soil of the creek and river bottoms is. a deep, black
alluvial or vegetable mold, and most of these bottoms are
The soil of the uplands is a lively brown or yellow loam,
wth a ,yery deep and norous subsoil. The more elevated parts
abound with those peculiar soft, brittle, limy lumps, which always
denote the best wheat land.
One tract in Sarpy -County contains an extensive quarry of
Nearly all these tracts are within the sound of the locomo
tive whistle, and many of them are close to Railroad Stations.
t Two or three pieces only are inconvenient to "Schools,
Mills, Post Office and Stores.
For any tract in WASHINGTON COUNTY, apply to ALEX.
REED, in Blair, Neb.
For any other tract, to I. N.. TAYLOR in Omaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas Ci y, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R.
Is the suly dire 11ns to
AND THE EAST, FROil
OMA.HA.AND THE -AvEET
NO dlA.sr.R nf cars btwn Omtln nnd ft.
Luuis and bum e between OMAHA
and NEW YOi:iC.
This tbe Onlr -Ine runnins a
PUl.t,IA LEKPIX(i CAU KAST
KUOM OIIAIIX, OV AIISIVAb
i;xpitfe.ss Tir.t ix.
aTT.i.nRers ttVinj other routes hare a
dlsajiceabb transdrat tbe c.iTer&tdtlon.
PASSEX'.-Ea TltAINS DAII.T t
EA"?TEE!f A3D WE3TEES CITIE3
With Less Chjnzti and In adrinco of otlmr
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cnra,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cnrs,
Miller a Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouse
aWSee that your tictets read tIi
KauaaaCllr. N . J s-p'i & Coancll
Via Omalia and Sl. Louis.
Tickets forfale at cr Tenth and Fcrnham
streets, and V. P. Lspjt, Oinahi.
Cen'l JL cent.
'. r. EABKAPD,
A. C. DAWES,
Geu'l i".i-s. Agt ,
GEO. W. ELKLNS
101G & 1918 Market St,
G-rain, Flour, Seeds.
Epte'altles t Bulty, I'alt Hops.
FXAXCU X. BBOOKE. HOTTER BEOOKB.
F, 1L & EC. Eroolse,
GRAIN, SEEDS, MALT, &.C.,
Xoom'FoIS, 03zAst'ot Ccziastes,
I0MBSTUNE3, Le., io
oil LIBEEAL TERMS, to suit purchasers,
IX NEBRASKA, known end daso.-ibed
Xs 1a I J ll
22 14 10
14 13 11
J ' aJStasasaaataaS
NWNEof Lot 2
W hf SE and E hf SW..
...32 14 12
Vj ,1 .Cat X ''.O. O X 4
v. XZ J1I AJaistaasss.sssssstais If
" a O HI aV ' 7 A
S N bf SW 9 17
w hf SE.....
N lif Sec
... 6 20
.. 1 20
.. 3 20
.. 4 20
are good farmine: lands. Their surface is. in
Tha following Premiums hara bean
Dixon's American Graphic
OE LEAD FEKULS:
Medal of P-ojrci3, YIenna,
I'irt Prcm'tim Cinclunaltl Indai
tri.il Fair, l573.
' Irsl I'nmititn ProDklja luiluS"
trial tx.iosltloD, 1S73.
For foaiplaj or Information addr sa tbe
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't,
m7 2m J ERSET CITY, N. J.
Proprietor of tba
Depot for tba sala of hu
2,1. SELLER cSc Co.,
Corner of Uittery and Wajhlajtaa Sis.
ma 7 tl
TO tlO "Elt ntVeasilr
mule Ijy aa.7 one. We wan'
men. women bnjrs, and icir a al
er tlweunti7 to ur Kln
tcel EnnalJis. Chnraio.
I'liiVrjp' , etc, eic We tm UblIi t-nre-t.swirt
eni eer placed Wfure the tubll
and our pre, are ui.rteJ-iowu so low ac ti
del 1 otn etltion N't one ubaTib a for
remlutn kI'IoJ PTr In ordrr leet pict r
after elng our picturra ani iiarnlns our
prl.es: We have nun; old geataai vor fuf
us who bare niaile c artn m or Looks, p.
pers, et ., their busines for Jttn, aad thay
all reirt tb t they en make much mew tn
cer at voik for u tbsn 'anyt.ing.is. Our
p'tiTsareso low ttat all can affurto pur
iluse, and thert-fnre tbe picture -ell at si bt
at slroostte'j hoas. S beginner do a.
well asagrnis shn hart had lir,? eiprifnc,
for our taullful subject, and lw arlres are
.ppr.clatnl by a 1. To ma e larg sales eery-
luteal the sen baa io do l Io iiow .(
I Idum fr-m bouse w bouse Don't look for
nrlc elaewberr until you ha seen what
great InJurvtnents wertr r ouo m- tiio
uiouey. v.ehaTenotspirefexpUloall beiv,
bat .-nd us your d ire-s and we will sen t full
partlcula s, trte, by ot 11 ln't elay if yo
anr pro&uUe work for rour leisure hours
e for Your who! t ru- Koa Is the farnrab!.
time toeng gin this busln-ss. t nr plctmea
are tb Bunt atid most le-alng in this too -iry,
and are ea orI by all the leading pa.
Itrs, IiiUu liigtieKcw Vork llerali. ThOM
who cannot giret e b.il es ts.fr en ire at
tention can work up thir via loca Itles and
make a hind-cms sum wltl out err being
away irom lion e orer nlh . Le all who
want p'e sunt, pro&ube employment, with
out riktng capital, 'end us their adilrraaaa at
once and liru all aiut tba buslnaas for
tbeaaeiTea. AdJrtsa UEuEUE hTlNhOU A
CO., Art Fualiahari, Portllnd, JUlaa.
....17 4 8
XW Oft 1Q Q
NW '1Q O
' W Xd IV
V hf SE aud NE SE 8 IS 10
X hf SEund SW SE 4 17 11
JU III OlV .. , t XI IX.
W hf NV uud sE NW 30 17 11
A (Oil -Xv 11
W ,f NW and W hf SW...20 lg 11
SE 32 20 11
N hf NE nd SW NE and
tJXLt O XJ XX
aJij.tseasses w( aaaVJ X X.
Nhf Sec. 12 17 10
Or Snsar-CotUcd, Concentrated,
Root- and Herbal Juice, Ant!
Bli:. iBCrann:c. VXIZI L.ITZZ.1Z
GIANT" CAT MASTIC or Jlultum
la Parvo Pliynlc
Ths novplty of jatlera Jfcdlra,. Chnnleal arj
Piaioaicuucal S.utns bu u oi aoy lccf.r
U;.n the Urje p-pul-ito aul naiavous pill'.
C3 apoa of c.iuaj). crutlo. and balky iu ztt uiint',
tv'jsu ue C3i by a U'clul appilcattoa ct chci-.ical
rtlsace. cjtroi t all Ihu catnarllc and otbrr ccCl
rlual properties fnt-n the utuc valuahiu rcots ta.
bettii, aid roitrrutnts thca Into a n.inute Gran.
tile. acJrcoly lurtcr tliau n muxtsiil
BjeJ, tatcat tie readily swallowed by ttoc of
Ilia mrntitunalMrs rb iiucht ami Ui-tulluun tatC3.
EicanuU: Furxatlvj S'cllct n prt-cLti-. In a
ra Ht eoitccntratud form, at Lrich cathartic pt v.cr
as is cabalic 1 in any of ft Ixm fills PtciI Its
sale in tho dm; shops Trust their nuclei IlI ca
Uurtic power In pronortir.-. to Un.tr size, pecr'c
who havo no' trie I tnent nro apt to e npi-o ttst
th-'y a-a hi-a trdrattc 1 1 eTxt, Imt lc!i IsccS
at ell th: ca. '9 dinereut actha tntiliclutl prir.
cijlesof uhich tVv aro conpttrd Lcm so tar
n mixta and nKUIlcd. one by tha others, ni tcj
proJnco ft n't rinrrlilni an I ilinr
(ju-ju, -t gcutiyaudliliiL.lyopcra..uar
culauril ;. j
4300 nvratrn Isoere'iyoCcred byl"io r"
p-Ictor of .&(. luii. i j a y cIicli! t t
cyan ani'rsL. i-l't c I It thca ai l.o-i. icr
c.ier Uaia tf merv.ury ot ti. cucr l-erai
Dclns entirely Tcjtctar.lc,nortrtfcnlar
care It .-eq.;i:vl while u.tu thei. 'ii.iy t j.
r .to ttithuiit distnrUiuc? t j tho coortitntiua. dut.
oroccupi ion. For Jtimiitlcr, lienduchr, .
Conaiip-iiion, Ituyuro Itlood, l-a"u
Iu tae Htiouldcru, 1 lcfftncs cr tio
Cheat, OixzlUL-a. Sour Uruc:aiioi:i
of tho Stomach, Bail l-.i-.to lu
uioatli, UIIIoiim r.tt tckis I'tiln tu
r'Slot Of Itldnryu, luternnl Fevc-,
IJlonic-.l fooling about Momjcl-,
Bosh uf Blood to Head, IIIxu Cc!
orcd Urine, (Jtieoclullllty and
Gloomy ft'orcbodluitS tako L.r
la cTplana lua of tho remedial power of my I"cr-
fttlve I cllu a over so prsat ava Icty of dt.carcs.
ivlih tosaytiat tlirlr nctlott upon it:o
nnlmal economy liutilvrra J,noia
Hl-tud or tlsauoiacplus their 8i.uc
tlvo Imprest, A -o does Lot Iciralr tLca;
tScirra.r-coa'In'atd bclr;cnclnd la jls.j
bottles pro-crvo their lrtitcaunltnpalrrd foi asr
Inthoftlcie. littnyciauatp.sotiattheyaro a.,
trty; fn.th nd rcljib'.c. vhlca is net tho ca-a
itlx tUa I'i!jj fotttid lu tie irzz tore, pttt np la
t'ujp woodcrpj'te-bcard tox. Rcco..ctt ttit
ftrtlS di.oica where a Cnxntlwc, A-Itcr-tlT9
or PurraJ.lYO ia Indicated. tha Utile
Pel M v-'It pt3liaut porfect lalltficttca to
Tiew nro roll by nil eutfrfrlalnr
D'ugtfla.rf at a 3 ceutai a bottle.
Do not allow any drngsist to lndcre rorx io
taie anyfilaj eN that 1 a cny tny Is Just at
good1 as my Pellrto bccaao ba assLea a Urrtt
S ronton that wtuch bo rccmcmcnds. Jf yocr
rnrl't cannot supply them, enckte) 83 ccuu
and receive tha ny ri-tnra i -n!l f-oia
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