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A MUSICAL PRODIGY. years before, lie had unfurled and. Mnnav and P.nmnifimn .. . SKIKS. ..MI
Indiana Phenomenon "Who
She Is and What She Has
In theadvancesheetsof Benham's ," """ ""'V "3
Musical Jieview for May, a sketch "if1".1"u"'l.r,.
of unusual interest is given in.
historj- of a musical prodigy, named ibertv If otheH rget thee
Rose Mansfield Eversole, who is
four j-earo and seven mouths of age.
She is a native of Indiana, born In
Washington, Daviess County, Ind.,
at present living in Dayton, O. The
lirbt evidence given by her of any
peculiarly marked musical organi
zation occurred as early as when
she was but four months old, when
she invariably cave every token of
delight in both venal ana instru
mental music. This continued to
increase with each day of her life.
When she was sevpu mouths old
lier mother would place her .before
the keyboard of the piano, a circum
stance which always filled her with
the liveliest satisfaction. When
thus seated she never pounded the
keys after the ordinary infantile
manner, but touched them one at a
time in short arpeggios, and always
in harmony. There luU never been
the least semblance of teaching be
stowed upon her, it having been
wisely decided by her parents to let
her take her own course in all mat
ters relating to music. One day
shortly after this, her mother hear
ing her crying, asked her what the
matter was. The little one, wiping
away the tears, sobbed out: "Mam
ma, 1 taut dit 'gin a body." She
had heard "Coming thro' the rye,"
and In trying to arrange it for the
piano, had met with no slight diffi
culty, as may easily be imagined.
During that year she gradually im
proved, and toward the close of it
arranged and played the " March in
Norma," which she had heard and
which struck her young fancy.
When she was about two years and
three montlis old, she played tho
old tuno "Amsterdam" correctly at
the.first attempt, and without a sin
gle particle of instruction.
She composed when but three
years old "My First-Polka," the
"Hose liud Waltz" when only a
month older, a sonatina and a
march when four years of age, all of
these pieces lc3ng published in the
jlay numuer oi me jceview. it a
tune be sung to her, she will im
mediately reproduce it upon the
piano without hunting about
for it Xo matter how
far apart two given tones may
be, it makes no difference to her;
she will givo them immediately.
Vocal music ia a source of great
delight to her. She attended the
opera by the Kellogg troupe last
fall, and heard the "lioliemian
Girl." This performance inspired
her with perfect enthusiasm, and
on her return home she sang and
played "I dreamt that I dwelt in
marble halls," trying to imitate
Louio Kellogg even in the final
thrill and high tone introduced in
tho cadenza. "Faust" also pleased
her greatly, and she remembered
the "Flower Song," and played it
the next day. "She writer of the
articlo in. Benham's llcvicw fctates
that he has seen t..e prodigy, and
knows whereof he writes. In con
clusion ho says: As we have al
rpady hereinbefore stated, no "fore
ing" process has been, or will be,
resorted to by Uie parents of this
little prodigy, but uaturp will be
permitted to work her own perfect
work. That she is inspired by a
genjHS unparalleled, Is a fact need
iusr no argument in confirmation,
and that tills genius, if genuine, as
It needs must be to work such glo
rious results thus prematurely, will
bring forth its full fruition, is as
A Negro's Tribute to Sumner.
(Extract from the 1'ulcgy pronounced In Fan
enll ilall. Boston, on Charles Sumner, by
' onjn'rssman llobo t C Elliott, (colored), of
Sou h Ca olina
Charles Sumner, In his moral lim
itations, was an American; more
narrowly, he was a Massachusetts
man; more narrowly still, ho was a
white man; but to-day what nation
shall claim him, what State shall
claim him, what race boast him?
JJe was the fair consummate flower
of humanity. He wa the fruit of
the ages, tie was the child of the
Past aud the promise of the Future.
The whole world, could it but know
Its relations, would mourn his de
parture, and mankind everywhere
would join In his honors. But, fel-low-citjzens,
if any fraction of hu
manity may claim a peculiar right to
do honor to the memory of this great
common benefactor of the worldi
surely it is the colored race in these
United States. Toother men his
servjees may seem only a vast ac
cession of strength to a cause al
ready mOYlng with steady and
assured advance; to us, to the col
ored race, he is and over will be the
great leader in political life, whose
ponderous and incessant blows
battered down the wall of our prison
house, and whose strong hand led
us forth to the sunlight of freedom.
I do not seek to appropriate him to
my race; but I do feel, to-day, that
my race might almost bid the race
to which by blood he belonged, to
stand aside whiit we, to whose wel
fare his life was so completely given,
advance to do grateful honor lo him
who was our great benefactor and
Once only in all this splendid and
faithful career did Charles Sumner
part company with tho great mass
of friends of freedom, and on this
he needs no silence. Differing, as I
could but differ, from his judgment
in tho late national campaign, I
point to It, to-day, as on of tho
highest proofs of his utter devotion
to the call of duty. Still was he
trua, utterly true, to his convictions,
to tho commanding voice of con
science. He had boen faithful in
defeat ; couin be faithful in success.
Draw no veil of silence over this
passage, but write it Mf.h on his
monument that, in old ago, when
tho weary frame longed for repose,
he could again brace himself for the
conflict in which nearly all the
friends of a life-time stood arrayed
"Nothingls hero for tears, nothing
Or knock the breast, no weakness,
.Dispraise or blame; nothing but
woll and fair."
To have lived such a life were glo
rv pnnuffh. Success was not needed
to perfect its star-bright, immortal
honfirv. But success came. What
amazing contrasts did his life wit
ness. He heard tho hundred guns
which Boston fired forthopassageof
tho Fugitive Slave Act, and he saw
Boston sending forth with honors
and blessings a regiment of fugitive
slaves to save the Union, which Uie
crime of her "Webster had imperiled.
Ho saw Franklin Pierce employing
the power of the nation to force back
one helpless fugitive to the hell of
slavery, and he saw Abraham Lin
coln write the edict of emnnclpa-
TTp heard Tancyneclare tha't
the black man hsdno rights whloh I
the white man was oou;i-
.,.." nmi ho welcomed Rovcls to
J Bait na -n Senator of the
United States. But as defeat could
not damp his ardor, so success could
not abate his zeal. He fell while
bearing aloft the same liannerof
human rights, which, twenty-ehht
years before, lie had unfurled and
lifted in this hall. The blessings of
the poor are his laurels. One sacred
thought dutv nresided over his
life, inspiring him in youth, guiding J
him in manhood, strengthening ,
inmm-age. .Be it ours to walK by
the light of this pure exAmple. Be
it ours to copy his stainless integrity,
the UT" "" ITa"
thy fume shall b cuardeu by
millions of that emancipated race
whose gratitude shall be more en
during than monumental marble or
A UTorman Saint Catches a Tartar.
A faithful Saint, well advanced in
years, and badly crippled with
rheumatism, finding life somewhat
lonely, and his aged partner but lit-
ue use to mm, sne being blind and
discrepit, concluded he would take a
young and blooming bride to console
his last years. The negotiation be
tween me connubial pair seemed to
be mutually advantageous. The
bride, by marrying the dilapidated
saint, would gain a local habitation
and a name on earth, and exalta
tion in the future world. The bride
groom would procure a help-meet
to cook his grub, prepare his flan
nels, and also keep him warm
o' nights. The sealimr nroeess was
performed and wife No. 2 entered
the abode of the aged couple. Things
grew lively in that household
from that moment The supple
mentary spouse proved a muscular
Christian. The old man was petu
lent with his infirmities, the young
bride stormy and irascible. She not
only dissembled her love, but she
demonstratively kicked him down
stairs. The old gentleman's life
soon fliokered out under such treat
ment, and the body was prepared
for the grave,'with the face bearing
marks of the bride's fond attentions
during life. Hereupon trouble arose
between the surviving relicts. Wife
No. 1 claimed the custody of the
corpe until it was carried away to
its last resting place ; wife No. 2 po
litely requested her to come and tako
it. According to Napoh on's saying
uuuisouuiesiueoime neaviest bat
tallions, the younger spouse seemed
likely to prevail in the controversy.
But a daughtor of the elderly lady
ranged up beside her maternal par
ent, and in plain terms informed
the polygamous female that if she
wished to retain possession of that
dead body, she would have to fight
This lead to a surrender, and the
deceased saint was laid awaj' in
peace. But the old lady has yet a
grievance to mourn, for the younger
widow has taken possession of the
old couple's homestead, and has
driven her surviving sister fortli to
spend the remaining days of her
pilgrimage as best she can. Here
is another affecting illustration af
forded of tho truth of the poet's
remark, that the course of true love
never does run smooth. Salt Lake
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J. S. SHROPSHIBE,
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Market Gareners !
ALL KEfDS OF
Orders addrejied to us
at our garden
Cor. 8 1st and Paul Streets,
Will receive preoipt attention. aplSdSm
tj Ce X
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Oi FARNHAM STREET.
City Meat Market.
eep constantly oa"oand
A LARGE SUPPY OF
Save Tour Paper Rags:
Patronize Home Industry
H.BEBT1IOLD, l&4andl65 Douglas stree
between 10th and 11th, north aide, nuking a
r PKcments to build a
PAPE X ILL JS 0XA.HA,
Desires to purchase; several hundred tonso
racs ot all kinds at Eastern prices. Cash qn
e. f. cook:,
537 Uts Bt, ltTtM DosgLui and Dodt
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and'Sheet Iron
Wre, and dealer In
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Wae on
hand. Tin Roofln j, Gutters and Sf oatingani
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Office Omaha Daily Bce, )
April 25. 1874. )
There is little change in the con
dition of trade to-day. Shipments
of lumber of this week
very heavy, summing
more than 100 car loads.
Agricultural implements are still
in good demand, aud dealers find it
difficult to get orders filled with the
Carefully Corrected Dally
kurtz moiir & co., 231 Farnhain
American, 9V ; Albion, 10 : Al
iens, 9; 'Connestoga, 10; Dannells,
9 ; TrumanV, 8 1-2; Garner & Co.,
9 ; Hamilton, 10 ; Merrimack
D. 9 ; Oriental, 10 ; Pacific Mills,
10; Spragues, 9.
Amoskeag, 12 l-2c; Augusta, 12c;
Everett, G, G, 13 l-2c; Great Falls,
Peppenell, 8-4, 30c; do 9-4, 37 l-2c,
do 10-4, 40c; do 11-4, 45c; Waltham,
8-4, 27 l-2c; do 9-4, 32 l-2c; d 10-4
Indian Heads, lljc; Pepperell, E,
fine, 12c ; do R, fine, lie ; do 0, 10c;
do N, fine, 9c ; do sheeting, 8-4c, 27c;
do sheeting, 9-4, 32 l-2c; Puttman,
A, A, 12c; Stark, A, 12.
Amoskeag, lljc; Kearsarge Satin,
131-2c; Laconia Satiu, 13 l-2c;
Naumkeag Satin, 14c; Peppenell Sat
Amoskeag, 24c; Arkfrright, blue
19c; Beaver Creek, A, A, 19c; Hay
Maker, blue, 13 l-2e; India, B, B,
blue and brown, 19c; New York, B,
25c; Otis, B, B, 19c; do C, C, 17c
Oakland, A, 10c; Warren, B, B, 18c;
do A, 16 l-2c.
Androscoggin, 4 4, A, A, 17c; do
L, 4-4. 15c; Boot, S, 4 4, 11 l-2c; do
B, 4-4, 13c- Fruit of the Loom. 15c;
do 100, 18c; Gold Medal, 12 l-2c;
Hope, 12 l-2c; NewYork Mills, lc ;
Wamsatti, ISc; Lonsdale, 13 J c.
Middlesex 12 ; Glenarms 10
Amoskeag, A, 0, A, 28; do A23;
do B, 20; Conestoga, A, Pre., 2(ffdo
B, 27; do Gold Medal. 20.
3 fW72 HO
.ar $ so
JF l a5
... 2 io
. 2 50
..Ji$2 256 55
-J 510 50
5 15 Ot
..JZ.. 30 CO
..ST 4 15x1 50
common M ....,
" midium.. ....... ......
' custom made ..........
Percale.... .... . .
Brown drill .....i5:
Blue drill ..
J6 60i7 25
. 7 7o9 00
.. 7 00a7 50
8 00a9 50
Our own.... ... .....
Co inet........ .....
Linen printed. tl........
" ruffled -.
S 9 00
BUTTER ANB EQSS.
J. C. RosenfieH, Produce commis
mission merchants,199 Douglas street,
furnish us with the following quota
tions: Butter,' choice roll, 32.i3o;
common (.roll, a20; egg",
demand active a .12 ;
prime apple?, 800 per bbl ; potatoes
1 40 per bu. Cranberries $9'pr bbl.
Horse shoe br .
Korway nail rod.. .....
Uermon .........-... .......-.
American casn. octagon and equare
Jcss p's English do do -
Burden's horse shoes, per keg ..........
do male do do ........
Vnrthwestrrn horse nails .-
Dundee thimble steins, discount 45 per cent,
Stor ha'f patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
10J to S01 per keg-!."..,.
3d fine do .......-.
lOd fiiils'ng do ................
81 do do .......-....
Cd do do ...............-
lOd casing do .................
8d do do ...:.....
6d do do .....-... .
Wrought, all sizes ...............
Carriage and tire discount
Narrow wrought, fart jolnttflscount
tist, loose pin reversible . do
Hay and manure fork' discount
lloes and sol den rates-.. do
Strap and T discount
Talt's black ..-.. discount
Coe's inimitatlon do
Coe's genuinc..-. do
II Holt's Ha. vest Klng.per dor, net
SPAOE3 AJtD SIIOV IS.
Rowhnd'sKo2 black shovels, D H
do .do pa ished do do
do do black spades do .
Moore do polished do do
do's "spring point" L II shovels
Lippencott's Western Crown-..
do do do b Toted.,,
Parke's Xo 8, Iron box net
do do 103 do ..-.
do do 23 U nion lr .b...
eo do 33 do Britanla...
narerave,SmithA Co., discount
American tile vo
Maydole's. A E N.. 1, S.
Hammond's A E Xo 2-
do do do 4-
do l.niinier'a Xo 1.
do do do 2
do do do S.
Morris' shlnellns. No 1.
do do do 2 .
do do do 3
do cl w do 1.
do do do X
BuHiIo S. sole Vi Ik-
Hemlock SL oli iNo 1.
do do No 2
do do dm
do spin sole good
do do dam
do kip .
do up er t f '-
Oak o!e ? O
do kp f ,.
F"ehcalf Jodots prda.
I Other brands different wt, pr B.
French kip pr a
Bark Uas..-. ....
nrv sait.it jo law ra... ia ... -,. . .. i bbbsv -sresi isn omasa je- sat sssLask tesi sn. ehhvt isgsjt rfxa.v ?k c imv- rs t nr y-i s.i
Jan. and Feb, pelts ....
Supply limited with deman
as follows: Chickend, d
turkeys, 14al5c; geese,
A. Hubermann, 5105
street wholesale deale:
tations: mink. No. 1
coons, 4.c; mukrat, 14
21c for spring ; skunk
1 00c ;do. striped, 15
1,5 00 to 6 50: do. N
00 ; fishx
er. in cood order. 0
mountain No. 1,'2 25;
do. small, 50 to 80 ;
red and cleaned,
aS per lb
martin, from 2 50
to color; fox, silv'
25 00 ; do. cross, 3
deer skin', hair red i
;rajr, 10 00 to
ioi red, 1 50 ;
rt, 25c per
Cooke & Ballou hBHUk the follow
ing quotations, fajl)teton' stock,
native steers, 4a-Hl-S; Texas steers,
3a3j; hogs, uifceiled, priae, 4a
4 1-2 ; sheep, GrinVsd actiTS at 4
Dressed beef, 6.
Sc; dressed pork,
lc; dressed mut
rsi-2e; a Chains
63c; shoulders, 7
t; breakfast bacon.
krd, lira at 9c
Powell & Co., Slip Baonuf&cturera.
Sapo Publico, 6rOC 34; Savon
Republio, do., ChemWl Olive, 6 to
G 1-2; Palm, 55 lQecBian Mot-
led. 6 l-4a6 1-2
ART GOODS AXDrtrPHOLSTERER'S
Bcnjamin B. JorJej, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer Taviae art goods,
270 Farnham Streetflftuiiiahes the
Oil walnut jBMaldings, one inch,
per foot, 5c; 2?jichi10c; $ inch 15c;
polished walnujl 'inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21clg Berlin gilt, 1 inch
G15c; 2 inch'1230c; 3 inch 18
45c; imitatiM rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 512 inch 1020c; 3 inch
eg'1 Window shades.
Plaltv bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair.af 0; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00;-each additional foot. 75c per
nion md all wool terrv. uer vard
'503 j0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a. 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50.
All of the above quotations are on
the basis of ordinary thirty day
Parties who buy for ca-b, or any
strictly first-class buyers, can always
secure reasonable concessions on large
orders for short tinfa paper.
Subject to change of market without rotice.
AVM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. B, track bet. Farnham sad Dong
las. GEO. A. HOAGLAND.
Jois's, studding and sills, 20 ft, and un
der .. .................. .-.
Over 20ft, each addiuonalft aJd'l..
Fencing Xo 1..... . .
do Xo, 2.. .......
1st cummin bo3rds.....
2nd do do
"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 mch
"B" do do do do
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, 1 . IK apd 2 Inch
2d do do do do ....
3d do do do do .....
Flooring, clear.. . .................
do 1st common
do 2d do ....................
do 3d do ..........
do nsrrow, clar .-.
lt clear celling lnch.......-
2d do do Z inch. ..-.........
1st do do Ji Inch
2d do do ii inch..... ......
1st clear slding-.....-.- ....
Cd do do ........ .............
1st common slding.. ,
2d - do do -...... .
"A" shiniles .
Extra Xo 1 hins;les...-........-.
Common Xo 1 sh ngles........-
Lath per 1000........- -
DA 11 pickets eer 100..... ..
... 45 00
.. 27 50
.uodre uo ao ao
O O Batten per lineal f r .... 1
Rough do do do -.... .
33 per cent off Chicago list.
25 per cent offCl tcago list.
JO per cent off list.
White lime per bbl SI
Lonlsvilla cement Derbbl 3
Plaster paris per bbl Mi
Plastering hair per bushel
Tarred felt ... .
Plastering board-. .........-...
OILS. PAINTS, GLASS, c
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
Coil Oil $ 1
Linseed Oil, raw. 10
" " bl'd 1 IB
Headlight Oil 28
LarfOU,X.l S f0
i " 2 70
" wlntrl qq
W. Va, j
White Lead, St. Louis, 8rtictlT Pure S 11 i
,'i Fancy Brands... B
Putty In Bldders
EnsmldOIa colors. 18 sq.ft. 100
Flat Glass 50 H c discount
TIN. SHEET-IROK. WIBE, tC
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x11 IC, fair qniltf -.
. 17 50
14x20 IXX do
ICO plate Dp
(best quality) -
100 plate DXX
100 plate DXXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Roofing IX do
do do ..
do do -
do do -
10x14 IC coke
20x25 IC charcoal roofing-
20x78 IC charcoal rooBng.
e4xt i. cmucosu
10x20 ccke (for gutters)-
Small pigs - .
Sheet lln 25 to 3S In
do do do ir half
do do do laStSB)
Sheet 24 to V inches per si
Tinners toldei (extra relai
da oo ao. i,
First qnsllty. Numbers IS to
do do do 25
do do do 2( .
do do do 17
Charcoal, both sides smo the
do Xo M b-,
do do '
do da 27., m,
Juniata, Xo. 84.
ao ao J
do do 27
do Xo. 1. aUlasst
Lea Ufa- f uU bundle tsMeAVeeat.
Leas ih tall tundlea, add osMtssit. -nAT.VAwtnrn.
Xo. 14 to 19.., -
do Jf to 24 .. 1...
do H to i. , , ;,.
. Full bsadiw eitctut ilpc cm.
casks : le
i a. ii.
en 6 to 9
10 to 12 lb
Shta'hin.:, It and 16 oz
rianisned. 14 and 16 oz
Nos. 7, S and , Pianished
Bolt copper . .
Copper bottoms ...
10 11 11J-J
0 to 6
Nos. 15,16 17 13 19
Per bundle 15 per cent discount.
STEELE & JOHNSON 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARK Jfc FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PnNDT, MEYER RAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORUAN & OALLAGIIEH, 205 Fam-
WHITNEY, RAUSEUMAN Jk Co., 247
Uranulatedpr a...... llj
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
Extra C do
Yellow C do
N O choice do
Bio choice pr E ... ,
do prime do .... ...
do good do ...... ...........
O Q Java
Common pr sallon... -..
Good do ,,.,.-...
Choice do ...
do X O molasses ...........
Rangoon choice-.. . ....
M Wesk A Co
'tchofers ... ............
Mis'ouri Vrlley... ...............
Kirk's Savon.... . ..............
St. Wesk A Co
tchofer's German... .
Kirk's stindard... ...........
Black goods, Wt-stern ..-
do do Virginia .......
to do LortrIard's
Bright do do do ....
do do Virginia ..-.-.
Xatvral eaf .T.
California peaches ir uound ..
do apples do .
S.ate do do ...
.. 8 9
. Silt i
$2 80a3 00
... 4 50a5 75
2ew currants ......r-
do German cherries.......-
do blackberries.... .......
do rasDberries ... .........
do ralns pr tox. ....... -
do seedless rasies per pound
Xew in barre's..............
do dairy ......-.....
2poundcanSIyer'soystcrsperose$4 23a4 50
1 do do do do do 2 50a2 75
2 do do Will im'u do do 4 OOal 25
2 do do peaches do do .- 4 75a5 03
3 do do dt do lo 6 75a" .'0
Tomatoes, 2 pound can', per ease ... 3 50j3 75
do 3 do do do 5 00
Corn, Trophv, p.r case . 5 50
ao window uo .. ....... a ou w
do Yarmouth do 6 00
Strawberries, per case . 4 75a5 50
Raspberries, do do 6 0 '
Pineapp'es, do do S 50
Oolongs per pound .. ... 25a75
Young Ilyjon, per youcd ..... 40al 00
Gunpowder, do do . COal 25
"Qo'd Dust .. ....--.... 3 10
XXXX Iowa City 3 f 0
California , 4 75a5 00
Gunnies, heavy weight .. ... 17
do light do IC
Burlaps, four bushel ......-. lSa19
Dundee gunnies ,. . 18
Grain bit;s, Amoskeg A -....-.......- 30a31
do do Rookfore , ,.. 30
If utmegs, Pnang best, per pound 1 S5al 41
Clovei do do 60
Alspice do do ISa 0
Cinamon bark do di -... 35a46
Going East or South from Omaha
And Founts on U. P.n.Ii., shouU tate tin
ATCHISON & NEBFASK
And secure for themselves the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Atcliisou to Chicago and St. Lonis,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Palace Day and Sleeping Oars.
All delay and Inconvenience arriving from
Ferries ar.il transfers can be avoided West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets via
ATCHISON anil tht ATCHISUN t
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T.&S.F.B.B. for the
Great Arkansas Yallej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets via
LINCOLN & TCHISON
CHAS. a SMITH,
W. F. WHITE,
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
E A- T.
O TRAINS DAILY !
LEtVE ST. IA1DIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THK0CQH WITHOUT CHAHQE
ArrlTtl of Tr ai from theWeit.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
H. K. corurr Foartb A Chestswt ta,
St. UHs, nad t the Prlmclsaml BaOl
wsy OSHcea 1st Ue Wot.
CKAS. BABCOCZ, C K- RUSSELL,
S'thern Pass. Asr"t, Weat'n Pasa. Ag't.
Daixxa. Txxa. XAXiascrrr,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Ocm'l Pass. AgU
3rU IniAXATOua. srr.Lon.
BBBBaJ- BBBBBL BBbBBBBf BBaBk jMB
UMiUIclIlU SUi ?
Fine and Medinm
The Popular Route from
Chicago and the East !
Oxxly TJiroot Routo
Crose, Prmlrle Da llilen. Vlno'n,
St-F-ul.Duluth, Janrvllle, Kno
sha, Urtfii at, Haclnp, Mtrrn'i
Point. W-trrtorit, Oshksab, Ion
DuLse, Alndlson and Mllsraubee).
It Being the Shortest and FUst Com Dieted Line
Constant improvm-nts have taken place in
the way of reducing Grade, and placing Iron
with Steel Itails, adding to its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAY aud HLhEPISU CARS
Equipped with the "Westinshouje Air Brave"
and ''.Miller Platform." establishing comforta
ble and commodious lilting Houses, offering all
the comforts of traveling tbe age can produce.
From X to 10 Fast Express Tralus run each
way daily over tho various lines of this load,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroid.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moioes, Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSHALLforSt. Paul, Minneapo'b,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT LEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, ( hirles City, Burlington and St Louis.
ATCLLJQON forDubuqne, Dueleith, Prai
rie du Cnien, LaCro'se, and all points on the
Chicago, Clinton snd Dubuque, nd Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FUi TON for Freeport. Racine Milwau
kee and all points In Wisconsin.
AT rIIinir2ilwltii!l Mllw.vltn.. !)!,...
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be i roeured, and any lnformat on ob
tained, concerning Koute, Rates, etc., at the
Company's office. 213 Farnham street, Omaha,
and also at the pilnclpalTiclcetOlBces along the
line of theU. P.R. 11.
ffsTBaggage chocked through to all principal
W.H.STENNfcTT, MARVIN HUaHITT.
Gen'l Pa'srg'r Ag't. Uen. Sup't.
J. H. LACbY. a O. EDDY,
Ticket Au't, Omaha. Gen'l Ag't Omaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire -t llae to
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHAAND THE WEST
NO CHANGE of cars between Omaha and St.
Loais and but ene between OMAHA
and NEW YORK,
This the Only lae running a
PCLLMA5 SLEKPIJIO OAR EAST
FROM OMAHA, OS ARRIVAL
OP THB VSIOH PACIFIC
Passengers taking other routes have a
disagreeable transfer at the River Station.
PASSEXGER TRAMS DA1LT I
EA3TEEH ASD WE3TESV 0ITIE8
With Less Changes and In adruea of other
This Entire Line Is equ Ipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Pay Coach eu and Chair Can,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghous
that your ticket read via
, Joseph fc
Via Omaha and Sf. Lovii.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
street, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GE. L. BRADBURY,
r. V. BARNARB,
A. C. DAWES.
Gea'l Pais. AgL,
EstabliRh in 1851.
SA3 ad 215 rXOST STREET
. BBLBBk , W. CRBBT 1BCJ
233 STarnliairL St. STos.
and Fnrnisnins O-oorls.
thait the o:lh::ela.:i?:eist.
Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific B.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE r ROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Dea Moines, Davenport and Rock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
Wkstinouousk Patkst Air Hiiuti and
Miller's Paient safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast xpres Trniiio Leave
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lor OskIooj, Ottumws, Keokuk
and St. Louis
LL with the Central Railroad of ; re .once. cxln. t all t jc catuai tic aud other meCI
iLV0".10 ?U Kt uIm ! 5 a1 Prp'f f' " th- iuo.1 valuable roots anc
BEKTY with the Burlington, 1 L.-rbs. a xl co n -u to them into a tumnto Cran-
low, for all
AT WEST LI
Cedar Kaplds A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington. Cedar Itapids. Dubuque A Si.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western ranch, for Muscatine,
it asnn gion ami au puinu soutn.
AT DAVENPOIir with tbe lavenport A St
Paul Railroad for po nts north
AT KOCK ISLAND with the Western Union
iunroau lor yreeput, Bcloit, i;acin, Mil
waukee and all points in northeru I.liuoU
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord. R rk
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Pcerls A Rock
Island Railroad for Peoria an 1 iints i-i.it.
AT BUREAU JUNC. with branch, for Uen-
ry. Larere. Chlllicothe and Peorii.
If LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road fur points ooit hand south.
AT CHICAGO with aII lines Last, North aid
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eistern eltle.
via this line, can be procured, and any infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket office of the company, l- Farnhaui St.,
Omaha, and also at thn principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. U
Bag-graze Chrckeil TlirnnIi to
Principal Kastora loint.
A. M. SMITH,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
J. H. LACEY,
Gen'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
Depot for the sale of hi
M. SELLEB. &. Co.',
Corner ef Battery anuWashlnston Sis.
ALEX. J. LEOQAT.
xatu'l c uvpsajr.
WM. II. IICDSOX
JAS. O. BUTLLB
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Lcggat, Hudson & Co.,
Vaaufartarers of evtry arit r
Tine Out Growing
Our Special Brands:
Ill Oar Tobacco; Strictly Waranted.
ePFICK ASD SALKSROOX
Cor. Second & Vine Streets,
it. Iiouis Mo,
1.4A - W
O O O
Or Scar-CORV:, Concentrated,
Hoo: and Ileital JTuIco, Anil
nii: t Cran'ilrs. THSi'LlTrLC
CZAAT CAY 13 1IST2C, or Multum
In Parvo rjjysic.
Tho novel'-of rv - ti M.-dtc-u. Chemical an J
ria mai. uticat Si... .c No u,tf ol any lon,.ci
Um the b . npuSivu nnrt nio-tou pi'i.
"n JO-DU Of t .CJT5 r ,l,in rulliitl.vinfil....
whsuwociT byacit'ei.tl appiiraiioa cfcheiaicaj
uie, wca.-c. iviarzcr tlum n uiUHlartl
Vs ' t"4113"1 twteai'ily tnalloanl by tbrwoot
ttiu moten 'in . imcii and fastidious tajtcs.
Lirhutiksl'ur Mno i-ol.ct n procLt . iu a
QHtcoiiPciirj:. Ifo't ciuich cathartic power
u is embolic I li a ly or th Ui -o pills fonrd fee
m!o la taa drux fnn- 1 ut th. 'r wondeiful ca
tiirtic po.re.- in p oiortii :, tf lu tr elze. pvvrie
trha have naf tricl tliont aro apt to suppose ttat
ta-'yarehann ordra"tic t:i cftit, bat etch is cot
at all tho ci-m. 'io dt!r'"ont ' xo siedicinal pria
ciplMof wh-th thev nru composed Lcln!j eo tar
nnucd and modided. one tv tha others, a9 to
r'"Juco n mot xcnrfliln ul thor
T-i'lor nt .hion
vnr1 IJhcrc'iycfrero! by tho pro
iIkm lt"u lo a y chemi-t viLo,
u.ion nn-.wvsi. n f I In thetu nn tolo-celcr
caer fjriui cf mercury oi any other tuiral
csro it .-wiaireil vUtIo uitu them llicycpo
rato w ith jut diatnrtuiio to tho cons titatU'n. diet
oroccupmion. rorJaitiutlce, Ilcadaclir,
CoiiNtittatioti, Itupjtiro lllood, Pultt
lit tnoliotiltlcrs, 'risUiiicis of tho
Cht-Ht, OIzzincHH, Suur i:ructatloni
ot tho Stuntaclt, Unci tneto In
non:li, unions nttuclts, inira iu
region o! Kl-lnejs, Internal lever,
Utontcd "oliii iibuut Moiujcli,
ItUNli of IClood io Head, lllgb. Col-
oreu crinc, i imoclablllty nnd.
filoomy Forcboi!Iiiu-, tako Dr.
Ia cxplani loa or tho tv-icJial po er of my Tur-
fitim lv.Ii 3ocrKpatava lety or dUearn.
wlrthtopay tar.; tliclr action upon tho
rviimnl cconotny ltiiiiivorH.il, not a
Rl.iua ortlHNUovncupliig Clicirsiaiia
llvo Imprcin, A o il .v. cot Impair thetai
'Vlr fivartoatitijfarit Um cntlocU in gla
bottles pi-cr th rirti j ununimlml for any
l'urthof tim in any l.niate. so thai they arq .,
wivs frsh awl nlubli. whith U not tha cao
t th the piUs funml In tho aim. .tonu, j.1 up la
-"i.- tp wol or pnte-boa."l loa. KtT-oilcct that
f irali Ii.-T!e3 where a Lnxailvc, Altr-rn-tlrc
or ,urc8tlo ii tmlKiteil. the-o little
I.! ts will chothoinot perfect eathtfaction to
all who use thea.
T?iry rro 110M by nil ontprprlInff
Brusgikl-t at 23 coats a bottle.
Do rot allow any dragslst to lmlcco yr-a la
lake anythlu ' cls thitlo mny My Is just as
pood cs lay Veililo lx au"C ho makes a Ure
Smut on thit whi !t lia rvcommcnils. Jf jcit
.-n--!t ctanot n p'y th. tu, cnclcso S3 cuy
anil rcccne them r tui-tr i'l f-om
B. V. PllUilU:, 2X. It . JVnpX
BUFFALO, N. Y.
ASK F011 PYLE'S
BAKING- SODA !
BEST X3XT TTJ33S3
Sold by fumlt. Jloycr A. Rupkeand Whitney,
lSiuirniau A Co.
novlS '7J ilAwlv
BIDS FOR WOOD AND HAY.
lfEvr'QR3 nEP'TOPTIIKTl-ATrs. ")
Orn. n Chick- Qitaut uaasTaa, J
OMAiit.Ne . , pill l. 1371. J
Fealcl Bi.N, In lupllratr, with miarantee,
tineil ly two r spons ')lf part'es, not blilJars,
thit th'y wl I b'cuia honUai-n on awartl ol
con'rao i,wl 1 reeive I at this .IHen until
eeieno'cocka ,. nit Vrla, Jlay 13tb, 1171,
for tbe delivery i f a ijuan ity of
,Wo o 3. s.x cl TTay
at the stations in this Cbmmand.vlz.:
Omaha Ipot, r. rt Br Inzer.
1 -t .f lfv r,
K-tl Cloud Aseory,
-'tied Tall Agency,
Nort'i laf ,
Fort I). A. It i-sel,
tort tre-l scWa
B ds for th- sutinlles to lie (vltnl Zt ",.u
of the above name statio , will jo be re
ceived uptti-eHraediy and hour by the re
spective Qinrte mast rsat stld stiti'ins, and
Iurwarlt-1 to tne undcrtigneil direete-1 In
general order No. 57 tVjrUiartnie'it, 1871.
TherUht to reject ny . rail bids ts rewrve-l.
Full conditions and requirement will bo
m!e known and bUnk bbls turnUhed, on p
appl ration to his otar.
HI Is for -ny portion of the above supplies
liy orlerof the Depirtirtn-t Commander.
ALEX. J PERRY.
Chief Quarlermiiier IVp't Plt'e,
at8 llrn't Brli- Jen'l V. d. A.
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