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A 6ENTILE REVELATION.
The One That located the IT. P.
and C. P. Bailroads via. the
rOgden and "Weher
TuEworkoriginally published tinder the title,
ol The new Avtmcix Cyclopaedia whs
completed In 1SS3, since which time the, wide
circulation which It hai altainedln all-parts of
the Uni ed S.ates, and. the ahjnal developments
which hare taken place In CTery'taaach ef
ecience, literature, and art, hare Induced the
vlltnr and nublisbers to aubinlt it to an exact
and thorough revision, and to issue a new
dltlon entitled, Tiik Ahkkicax Ciclot ajc-
DIA. . . .A1 !.fj
Within the last ten years. tTr. IT,
nrorr In every department of knowledge nas
mmr in everr department
made a new work ol relerenoe an
Th. movement ol Vxf '&
naca with th discoveries of J0"! "i1 lBJ
Kritful appUcation to the Industrial and useful
irta and Sbeonvenlence and refinement of
octal Ufa. Great war. and consequent revolu
nihaveoaureJ.lnvolvlnz national changes
of rhaVment. The ctrll war of oar own
f ."-, tluhebrht -when the -last
?.rif ierfdwork appeared, .ha. happily:
been ended, and a new coarse ol commercial
and industrial activity hai been commenced.
Large accession, to "" J"10-.rrV.,-
hM made bT the iBdefctlcakla ex-
"JoUtlcal rerolutioar c.ttelhit
decade, with the natural result of the lapse of
time, have brought into public riew a multitude
of new men, whose names are in every one',
mouth, and of whose lives every one Is curious
to know the particulars. Grcut battles have
beeu fought aad Important sieges maintained,
of which the details are as yet preserved only
In the newspapers or in the transient publica
tion, ot the'day.bu w hlch ought now inttke
their place In permanent and ?'"J'
In preparing thepr-jscnt edwopf M tJM press,
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every frh pr-ductlun -In literature, and of
the newest Invention in the practical, arts, as
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From ihe Sail Lake Trlbune.l
in June, 1887, there was a great
mass meeting &ir tne aaoemacie.
Ten thousand persons were present..
Among others, the locating engi
neers of the Union Pacific railroad,
and a man of whom the Salt Lake
Reporter said : There is a man in
town with a stove-pipe hat on."
The SDeakers who nriiirpss! th
meeting were Brigham- Young,
Geo. A. femith, Geo. Q. Cannon,
Mormon Apostles; F. H.Head, and
Warren Hussey, Gentiles. Several
Tiad had revelations In 1846 and
1847, that an "iron band" would
connect the then unetablished peo
ples of the Interior 'Mountains and
the Pacific coast with the Atlantic.
It was ta follow the old Mormon
trail from Council JJluffs to Salt
Lake Citr. takintr in its course Emi
grant Pass, and connecting with the
CV P., via the south end of the lak'e.
This was the natural route, yet the
"man with the plug hat," rose, and
beggec' pardon for having received
A LATER REVELATION.
In full Russia, icr vol .......
Three TMums now ready. Succeeding tc
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pakdia, showing tyi-. illustratioaj. etc.. wlU
bespnt ratls, on application.
FIRST CLASS CANVASSING AQENH
WANTED- - "
Addrtu the FubUshors, s
D. Appleton & Co.,
519 & 551 Broaaway,
' Ja27U -
Tlie only Lnown rciaeJy for
And aJio.ltiTe cora'for Jfo -Gout,
Diabetes, Dyrwia, $
Non-retention or Inrottlnenne of Uf'nf. Irri
tation, IulauwUon or.Ulceraliati oj tbe
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
SPERM A TORRHCEA,
Uueoerho. or WUtea. Diseae of theProatraU
Olani. S on In the BlalJer. Colcal ui.
And Mucus or Milky DUcharn.
Extract Buoha !
FermanenUy Cures all DIseues of the
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing in Men, Women and Childrei,
ATo Miller: mtatke-JgeJ'
Prof. Steele sar: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchn 1. worth more than all
ether Buchux combined."
Price on dollar per bottle; or, .txbotUe for
A physician in attendance to answer corres
pondence and give advice gratis.
M"Send stamp for pamphlets, fre..Mr
Crane A Brigham IVhoIessle Ajents, San
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTE SEXES?
XOOHABQE P03-ADVI0E.AID CQlf
He said that when asleep in the
'great Yellowstone Park, about one-
year Dciore, he had a dream that he
was in an overland telegraph office,
aniLheard a message from themay
or'and aldermen of Salt Lake City,
to the mayor and aldermen of Oma
ha, saying, "We have at last so far
influenced tho Directors or tne u.
P. Railroad, as to have gotten them
to consent to the location of the
main trunk line, within forty miles
of the city, to the north, with the
promise of a branch being speedily
built to this city."
Tills dream was at once sent to
the Frontier Index, the peripatetic
nrq then miblUhral in tho Fort
I Saunders garrison. Soon after the
dreamer was in lrginia City,Mon
tana, where he received a letter from
his brother, who was in the confi
dence of the directors; and in it he
"Was TO'iuestcd to secure an interest
In the Soda Springs, Idaho, as it
was generally conceded that the,
railroad would pass along the Valley
of Bear river, by the way of tlie
Springs, 120 miles north of the city.
Although the speaker had no
knowledge of the topography of the
country, and notwithstanding that
very ono who was acquaint
ed with it, said It would
be impossible to build a rail
road down the "Webber Canyon
forty miles to tho north of the city,
and that there could be nothinc to
justify the managers in construct
ing the U. P. by a route that would
strike the lake at its middle part and
then wind around tlie north end,
thence through the rugged Goose
Creek Mountains, then taking in its
course the natural pass at Emigrant
Canyon and Salt Iake City, the
Capital of the Mormons and the
commercial centre of tho mountain
Territories, they could form a junc
tion with the C, P. by the njo-t ad
mirable bench land formed on pur
pose, between tlie Bingham Canyon
Mountains and the south end of the
lake, and, if necessary, get $5,000,
000 for so doing. The speaker told
the people that his revelation was
published in the Frontier Index one
,year before, and that a Gentile town
would grow up at the north end of
To thlsVBrigbam Young replied
that "it would be impossible for a
rival city to grow up."
WHERE CORINNE NOW STANDS.
Said that goods and houses did
not make cities. That Cheyenne
was only a shingle town aud never
could be more. Added, "We have
a city here how did we build it?
Was itbykenoand faro halls and
rascallion deviltry that it grew! No,
lt"was"lhis, it was tliis!" Accom
panying the "grand flourish" with
a working of this muscular arms.
It was the muscle of the Saints that
made "the city."
'To make a long story brief, two
months later the Salt Lake .Repor
ter published an article to the elfcct
that "the locating engineers of the
U. P. aud C. P. .Railroad had just
stock their stakes on Monument
Point &t t'je north end of the Lake.
A few mouthy later te Reporter
was published daily n th.o rjval
The dreamer meantime repu
Ushed his "'later revelation" of the
year before, calling the attention of
the public to the fact that files of
the paper containing the original
oouU) te found not only at the office
but at ' the principal advertising
agencles'of the large cities,
Brother Stenhouse would say that
If the revelation was a "day dreani,"
the author was phychologized. As
it was a night dream, Brother Jo
seph would p-onounop Jt ai inspira
tion. Brother Brigham "would" de
cide that in either case It " w;as
Tho "plug hat man" is your hum
ble servant, Leqii. r. Freeman.
Salt Wells, y. T- ay8.
Mr. F. has also introduced the
Angora goat into Wyoming; he is
confident that the wild wastes of
the Rocky Mountains will produce
mohair worth $1.25 in gold.
To amend the act entitled "An act
to amend an act to aid in the con
struction of a railroad and telegraph-line
from the Missouri River
to the Pacific Ocean, and to secure
to the government the use of the
same for postal, military, and oth
er purposes," approved July
second, eighteen hundred and sixty-four.
, Be it enacted by the Senate and
Home of Representatives of the
United Stales in Congress assem
bled, That section twenty-one of
tne act to ainena tne act entitled
"An act to aid in the construction
of a railroad and telegraph-line from
the Missouri -River to the Pacific
Ocean, and to secure to the Govern
ment the use of the same for postal,
military, and other purposes," ap
proved July second, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-four, be amended by
adding thereto tlie following : Pro
vided, however, That the neglect of
any sucn company or parties in In
terest to pay the costs of such sur-vej-,
selecting, and conveying, as
herein provided, and take the pat
ents therefor, thall not prevent the
legal title vesting in said company
or party in interest, subject to the
payment of such costs ; and all lands
so earned, and to which said compa
ny or party in interest shall be enti
tled, in accordance with the provi
sions of this act, or of the act of
which this is amendatory, shall be
subject to all legal taxes imposed
under authority of any State or Ter
ritory in which such lands are loca
ted, from the time such company
or party in interest shall have been
or may be entitled to a conveyance
thereof, the same as though no costs
or fees had been imposed by the
provisions or tnls section ; and upon
the sale of any of such lands for tax
s so assessed which may be found
delinquent, the purchaser thereof
shall pay to the proper officer all
costs due thereon as herein provided,
and thereupon letters-patent shall
isaue to such company conveying
said lands, subject to the legal rights
and title of the tax-sale purchaser ;
and that it shall bo the duty of the
Commissioner of the General Land
Office to prepare and deliver, with
out delay, patents for all lands ap
plied for by any company, as afore
said, where the same are clearly
within tho grant and free from con
flicting claims, and all legal fees
and charges have been paid by said
company; mat u any company
shall fail to pay the proper costs or
fees required by law, and to select
for patont the lands pertaining to its
erant within such period asto ena
ble the local authorities to assess
said lands, lists of the same shall be
furnished to the governor of any
State or Territory, upon application
to tho Commissioner of the General
Land-Office and payment of the
cost of preparing the same; said
lists to be duly certified by the Com
missioner and approved by the Sec
retary of the Interior, under seal of
their respective offices."
' Provided, however, That noth
ing in this act shall be construed
to relieve any railroad from the ef
fect of any forfeiture heretofore auf
ferred or incurred."
Passed tho House May 11th. -
Money and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
May 20, 1874. J
There is nothing worth special
mention in the.mouey market,' and
little can be said of the general
Trade at the leading wholesale
houses is very satisfactory, and
shows at least double the volume of
of last spring's business. Pay
ments come in promptly, and
the country seems to be
generally prosperous within the
radius supplied from this city.
Early fruits are coming to market
in fair supply. The first straw
berries of the season made their
appearance yesterday, and brought
from 80 to 90 cents per box, readily,
at tho commission houses.
Eggs are arriving in more limited
quantities and have advanced to
Carefully Corrected f Dally
J. J. BROWN & bro., Cor. 14th
ButtJk. S. sole 31 E S
Hemlock SL sole No 1... S 53
do do No 2 3i 31
do do ..dam .. 3) 31
do tnan sole good., . 32 33
do do dam... 23 29
do harnp.... 3j 40
do lioe. ... 43 to
do bridle. 33 41
do calf 1 25 1 50
do kip 73 1 25
do upKr fc f r... .. 25 SO
Osk sole a lb 43 43
do calf .. 1 50 1 CO
do kip 1 00 1 SO
do harnes - 45 44
FchcalfJodotsprdr 73 00 90 00
Other brands different wt, pr B I 75 2 33
French kip pr 1 44 I B4
Bark lining 6 6t "00
Dry flint pr ft 17 18
Dry salted ..-... 15 16
Ure n...... ......... ..... C 7
Oreen salted . ..... 8 9
Jan. and Feb, pelts......... I 23 VI
Mirarlit g .. ......
Lanii skin ..
RoscndaIe..m...m 3 00
Water lime...... 8 V5
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
Circle A do
Extia C do
Yellow C do
N 9 choice do
Rio choice pr tb,
uo prime ao
do good Jdo
O G Jara
Common pr gallon
Good do ..
do N O molasses.
Gamer A Co............ ...
Hamilton.. ....... .
Merrimack I.... .... ...
Augusta ...... . .
Ercrett G G . .
do - .
do 10-i ...
PeppereU E fine.................. ....
do R fine . ....................
do O fine..............
do N finn ....... .
do sheeting 3-4...............
do do 9-1 ............ ...
Putttnan A A. ........ ......
Amoskcajr ...... ....
Kearaarge satin .. . ....
Lrcoola satin ...
Naumkeag satin .......
Amoskesg .. .. ...
Arkwright, blue... .......... .
B arer Creek A A ........
Hap Maker, blue.. ....
India, 15 B blue and brown ....-
New York, B...... ......
Mis, B B
Otis, C C . .
AndroHcogjing4-2 a a.
do do I....
Boot, 8 . ......
do B 4-4 .
Fruit of the Loom .
do do do 100 .
Hope ..... ......
A'ew York MUls
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 l-26 3-4; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Olire, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 55 L4 ; German Mot
led, C l-4aG 12.
ART GOODS ANB UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furnishes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one'incb,
per foot, 5c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch ,15c;
polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 inch 1230c; 3 inch 18
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
-.ich 510c; 2 inch 10 20c; 3 inch
Plain bands, G feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each additional foot, 75c per
Union md all wool terry, per yard
1 503 A); Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
M Wesk A Co
M. Wesk A Co
do sterling .
B Ink goods, WVstern . ,,
do do Virginia ..
do do Lonriard's
Bright do do do ...
do do Virginia .
Californ'a peaches per nound
do aj'plas do .
S,ata do do .
do prunes .......,
do -German cherries..,
do blackberries .
do rasoberries ..
do raslns pr hn-r
do seedless rasies per pound..
New in barrels...-...
do dairy ...
- 4 50a5 75
2 pound can My er's oysters per ose
1 do do do do do .
2 do do Wilhm's do do .
2 do do peaches do do .
3 do do ilt do do .
1 omatoes, 2 pound can per rase .
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, psr cao...
do window ao
do Yarmouth do
Strawberries, per case.
Raspberries, do lo
Pine app'es, do do
Oo'ongs per pound...- ....
Young Uyr on, per jound
Gunpowder, do do ...
S4 25a4 50
. 2 50a2 73
. 4 00a4 25
. 4 75a3 09
. 6 75a7J0
.3 503 75
15 75af 00
40a 1 00
Amoskeag, i c a.
Conestoga, A l're
do God Medal
... 4F io
OF THE FINEST-
Elkliorn Valley Lands !
THESE LANDS ARE
the market and tho
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at rom "
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cash or on longr Time.
B-LAXD EXPLORING 1 TCK
ETS for sale at O. & X. AV. De
lxit, bearing coupons which will
le taken at full cost in payment
oxide. wxk, oxyy
E. F. COOK.
537 14th 8L, between Donglu and Dode
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and'Shcet Iron
Ware, and dealer in
Cooking and HeatiDg stoves
Stamped. Jananned and French Warn on
band. Tin Roonnz, Gutters aua Spoutlnjand
JonWork done ana warranted. febitf f
KURTZ MOIIIi & CO.
Clark's O. N". T! jEL
Domestic .......... .....:.
nicken' lst . .,
King WiUiam .
Domestic .. . M....
an!ey .. gt.
Ottoma-i strlpf... '....
White common iSL. ......... ..
" i.i"d uiu...'" ,. . ,
cuttiiu made ........
rercaie . SS
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,-
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; lixcelaior. 3 50a4i50.
Stibiect to change of market withontcotice.
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. R. track let. Farnham and Doug
GEO. A. HOAI3LAND.
Jois's studding and.'aills, 20 It, and un-
uer ....... ....i . SZl w
Over 20ft, each additional ft add'L..
Fmcing No 1 .:.... ...
do No 2 .
1st common boards..... .
2nd do do- . .. .
"A" stotk boards, 10 and 12 inch
"B" do dorf do do
"C" do dol do do
1st clear, 1, 1J, 1 and 2 inch
2d do do "do do ....
3d do do do do . ...
Flooring, clear....... ...
do 1st common............... .
"do 2d do ..... . .....
ido 3d do ....
do narrow, clar- .......
1st clear celling 4 lncn
.. 22 00
.... 35 00
.. 45 00
.... 35 00
. 32 50
Gunnies, heavy wylht
t&o light do
Burlaps, four bushel . ....
'Dundee gunnies . ..
Grain bags, Amoskeg A ,,
, do do Dtd!ow a a........
Nutmegs, Penang best, per pound
1 35al 41
ranufactured by the Imperial Bak-
PowderCo., Omaha, Neb.
1 Bk boxcs.. . .perdz 4 25
V lb boxes ........ . do 2 40
Jilb boxes j do 1 30
5 tt.boies..... . .'o 18 5)
In bulk,ier lb. In 25,50 and 10) tb lots 30
A. E. simpson, Manufacturer, 532
Tfi M. S 33 00
A Inch .........
inch 27 50
' duck S
Blur drill .
TR J. B. DYOTT, graduatejof
-.Jeflerson Medical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuahle
works, can be consulted on all disn
eases of the Sexual andTJriuary or
gans, (which he lias made an es
pecial study,) either in male or fe
male, no mattor fron what cause
originating, or how long standing.
APUoeofoO years enables him
to treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed.. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can forward let-1
tere describing sj-mptotus and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
jSSend for the Guide to Health.
.Frjce 10c A ,
Physlcion and Surgeon, 10i. Duane
street, N. Y. . . , ,
J OlliTADLES TOXAEUIAGP,
HAPPY RELIEF J50R YqUKG MEf
from th? eUects of errors and abuses in
any- life ilanhood restored.- IaadedfwenU I
Vimirrlif Tcmorali-Kew snetaod of;trait"j
BKUl. AOQKS KOaclTO.KJ Ctt4 w lu elfV
enrelopes. Address,,' Howard Alsociatlem, No
X, Sooth Ninth street, tFMtetfahii; Pa..-
UftitaUon having a high reposatlon for honor
Note by the Editor. In to
day's issue will be found a "Gentile
Revelation." Tlie author states
privately, that wliilc he did not ac
tually rise in the Tabcrnaole as set
forth for cflect in the article, yet he
would have spoken just what he
olairncd to speak, had he been in
vited to address tljo njeetlng. All
of tho remainder of tho details &ro
vouched for as strictly true to tlie
letter, and many acquaintances of
Mr. Freeman, not only in the Utah
Valleys, but on the Pacific coast,
and in tho railroad towns, will recol--lect
his narrating tho dream, and its
first publication more than a year
before the looatjon of the Union
Pacific road by the "Weber Canyon
and Ogden route.
At the time that Mr. Freeman
had the dream, ho was at his trad
ing post, where the Bozeraay, Brid
rger & Sawyer emigrant quts con
verge and cross the Ycllqwstone
river in eastern Montana. He sub
sequently pre-empted theFrcemansr
burg lauding at tho head "of naviga
tion, at tho rnouth of Virgin river.
.Later a psychologist in San Francis
co, told him six months in advance
that his printing otllee would oe
destroyed in the midst of a scene of
lire and bloodshed, such as was
"wltnfssetj at its Destruction t Bear
xuver Jity, jov. iu, looa.
Alter tne destruction or ins prop
erty, Mr. F. lectured through the
eastern cities on the "Peculiarities
and Curiosities of the Rocky Moun
Hlsmany friends will be1 glarj to
hear of his good luck in recently In
corporating the Rock Spiings Coal
Company. The vein which he
owns is eight feet thick, and pro
nounced by Judges to be superior
to the Van Dyke in quality of the
coal. The company represented by
iuu uruuier oi me "stonewall Jack
son, of the Yest Mr. Cleburne-
In search of coal that will work
Iron ore,ma3now prepare to get
the 50,000 bonus offered by Corinne
for a foundry, as the new mine is
said to possess every essential for
STgelting, And judications are that
H-will also.0oke ..nicely. Should it
pwve npon trial to "coke, "this cir;
cutnstance will effect a revolution
in the smelting of Utah silver ores.
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
a.td Dress Maker.
Promenade Suits. Erenlog Dre ses, Weddtes;
Suits, Horning Wrappers, Cqits, Xe, cat to Oa-
aer in tne awn i-ruutj styles. Having carw
rled on fashionable cutting and flttinz for l-1
dies In all its branch's In the rarious cspltali
and central of fashion In fcurope and America,
i ui pleasure in introancmg myself to tb
ladles of Omaht. Satisfaction guaranteed ia
rery department o! my proSeaaion. J "
So. 309 lSUa Street. -
ocjyl B. 'i is.
Ojr own.?. .. .
Linen printed ..
rumedr. . . .
.$ .V2 00
. 3 0C(ij6 00
. 2 1(1
. S2 IZraG 51
12fO 21 0
. 4 75 7 .VJ
. SC 0a7 25
7 7i 9 u)
7 00 17 50
i 00.19 50
d 00a9 50
CARRIAGE, BUUGY and WAMX
N. E. CORNER of 14th and HARNKV 8TS,
WOULD respectfully announce to tte linb
lic that he Is now ready to fill aH am
tracts In the aboTe lines with neatMaa and
. Express wagons constantly on htad and
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Tbosj. Mills Jt Bro
Manufacturers of ,
Freezers. ., c
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighik St
PHILADELPHIA, PA. ;
$5 23aS 00
- nuted.- 15 oj
J. C ROSENFELD gives US the
following quotations this daj-:
gutter, active, choice roll 2S33,
cIft'0"n 1.5j Eggs, brisk, 11 j
Apples, 8 008 50 per barrel ; Live
iCHickcns in demand from 3 000
S 25 per dozen; Turkeys, C 00 : Or-
jingos and Lemons are advancing,
Oranges 8 50 per box, Lemons 9 00
JOHN T. EDGAR.
Horse shoe bar.
Norway nail rod.
1st' do do
L2d do do
1st clear sidinc.
2d do do ... .
1st common siding.....
2d do do .. ...
Extra No 1 shinles...-
Common No 1 sh ugles
Lath per 1000
1 A H pickets eer 100
!-qdire uo oo ao ........... -
( (5 Batten per lineal I ' . lf
I'.oub da do do ...........
33 i-er ccntolTC icsgulil.
25 pei cent oil CI lcago list.
?0 per cent off li-t.
White lini' per bbl .SI 7o32 00
Lon'sville cement per bbl .. . 3 00U3 T
1'I.ist-r paris per Mil . 3 50&i 75
Plastering hair er 1 u5iel .. 4ii
Tsrr.il felt .. 4
I lastering board ..................... -JJ
OliS. PAINT'., CLVSS, &c,
X.I. D. SOLOMON
ROBERT C. STEELL.
IJUADY & McAUSLAXD.
II. Upman... ..
The Popular Boute from
Cliicago and the East !
OuLy Sixeot Xlouto
CroiW, Prairie Du Clilen. Wluona,
gt I'aul.llalnth, Jnnrvllle, Knio
ba, Urttn' in, Itaclnr, Mevcn'a
Point. W.tertown, OaltWsnh, Fan
DuLac, Madison anulllswmulsc.
It Being the Shortcut and Flist Completed Lin
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Constant lmproTm nts hare taken place in
the way of reducing Grade, and placing Iron
with Steel Bails, adding to its rolling stok
new and Elegant
DAY aad sbKEPlSG CARS
Equipped w.'th tho"WestlushouseAir Braae"
and "AlUIer J'Utrorm." establishing comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses, offering all
the comforts -ut trareling tte age can produce.
From ' tu ' Fast Express Trains run each
way daUrorer the xarious lines of this load,
thus securing Ut the trareler selecting this
route sure and OHtaln connections in any di
rection he may with to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and polnta reached Tla
Sioux City and Pacific rsalrond.
ATOfUD JUKCTIQS for Fort Dodge,
AT MARSHALL for 8t. Paul, MlnneajK) is,
Dulutb, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPID- for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St Lo luis.
ATCLINION for Dubuque, Dunlelth, Pral
jie du Chien, La Crosse, and aU polntson the
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, snd Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Freeport. Racine Milwau
kee and all points In Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway Unes leading
o' Jt of Chicago.
Through tickets to alleastern cities Tia this
Hn e can be procured, and any inforcat on ob
tained, concerting Route, Rates, etc., at the
Coa ipany's office. 218 Farnham street, Omaha,
and also at the principal Ticket Offices aU n i 'he
lineo f theU. P.K.R.
K Baggage cnecEeu inrougn 10 au princip'
Easter. t points,
W II S TENNLTT, MARVIN HUGIHTr.
Gen '1 Passng'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J H. luVCEY. a G. EDDY,
Ticket A't, Omaha. Gen'i.Ag't Omaha,
Oi naha & St. Louis Short
18 7 4!
Cliicago, Rocli: Island
and Pacific li. E.
THE GRAND CENTRAL F.OUTE F.Olt
0MA1L1 TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines. Parecport and Beck Island. '
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
WESTt.VOUOlsK Ptt Ale Bkikes and
Miller's Patent iafetv Platform and Coupler.
Vt Cv '
2 Fast Express Trains Leave
Connecting as follows:
Railroad, torOAaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
AT DES MOINES wi:h the Pes Molnei Vail
and St. Lonii
AT (JKINM-LL with the Central Railroad (d
Iowa, for all points north to M. IViul.
AT Wusr LI15EKTY with the liurlington,
Coiar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar l!apid, Pubuque A f.
Paul, At WILION JUCfION with the
ioutn-Wctern rracch, for Muscatine,
Washii-gton and all puints south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Da.cnport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
-VT 1 OCK INLAND with the WeUrn Union
lUi'lroad for Freept, lieloit, rtacin, Mil
waukee and ail poiuts in northern I linols
A'l ROCK IsLASD with the Rocklord, R4 ck
lVind and SU Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points fouth.
AT ROCK ISL.VND with the Peoria A Rock
Island Railroad for Peoria and poiuts ea.it.
AT BUREAU JUNC. withbra-ch. for Hen
ry, Larere, Cnillicotha and l'eoria.
AT L.V SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with aH lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Hutera cities,
Tia this line, can be procured, and any Infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
tiletofiiceof thocomninr, Hi Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal lictet offices
along the lineo.' the U. P. It. K
Bauirase 'lieck.el Thronslt to
Principal Knstem PuiutH.
A. M. SMITH,
J. II. LACEY.
Gcn'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of tho
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
"Wholesalo depot 548 14tU Street
Half barrel "" , ,, .. 2 90
CoilOil S lui
linviMl, r.r 103
" " l.l'd Mil
Hiadliglit Oil 18
urn 1 hi, No 1 ?
" " wl ler)
W. Va. f
White Leal, St. Louis, Srtictly Pure
Putty in Bladders
Cast plow jo
Germon.......... . ......M u
American casn, oc'agon and square ls 22
Jess p's English ds do 2j 40
Burden's horse shoes, per keg ... 7 25
do mnls do dq .. 4 25
Northwestern horse nails...... 22a 23
Dundee thimble skein. 'discount 45 per cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
Ensmi-ld Glass, colors, 1 sq. f t....
r Flat Glass 50 c discount
T1I, S!I?ET-IROX. WIRE, &C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. ti &
10x1 1 IC, fair quality..... ..
10x11 Ic, lwst quality... , , , ,
J. SCHOONiVAKER & SON
pbofrietoes or tuk
COLO a WOBKS
Muntifucturers of M rid ly Pure
Wli:e Lihl, R, , LeAil, L'tliarjre
I'nttj, Color Dry an.l iaUl!.
PORE VBRDITEB GREEN,
The strongest and. brightest green
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council iBIuffs R. R
IstheonliiLre line to
AND THEAST, FBOM
OMAHA ANT) THE WEST
I0 CHASOE . can between Omiha and St.
Louis ana b ttone between OMAHA
anu AlV a'OUK.
Tills the Only ne running a
PULL-flAM LCKFJMU OAlt KST
KHOM OMAHA. O.V AKRIVAL
OK THE VSION PACIFIC
WPassengers takln; other routes hae a
disputable transfer at the Klrer Matlon.
Depot for the sale of his
Or Sagar-Coaiod, ConcBtmtw4
Boo: and Herbal Jalce, AatU
Bilious Cranulca. THE"tITTl:
GLINT" CAXXLU2T1C. Or XaltsUK
la Parvo Phyic.
The rjjvelty of modem Mcdlca. CbemkaJ mA
Pharuuteuliial Science No ne of any loarac
UV'.n tno laxp repuMve and naoaeous plDa,
eoapasod of cheap, crude, and bnlky inrrrdlestsL
v.hcu no cat by a careml application or chamlcal
ulcnco. extrarr aU tne cathartic-and other mtdf.
t mi properties from th? coat Taluabio roots aad
herbs, aau courentrate tbcm Into mlnata Qrtm
lo. scarcely larger than a aaatsarsl
je J , that can oc readily swallowed by thoa ol
the most sensitive vtomachs and fastidious taatec
Eachiittb lurf;ativo follet repretentt, la
mtcoacentratLl fonn. as much cathartic powat
as is embodied in any of tho laio pills fowl fot
sale ia the dru' shops. From their wonderful es
thartic power, in pro-Mrtlott to their la. peopK
ivho hava not tried tbem are apt to tnppoM tMt
thcr ere har-a or i'.m-tic tn enect, but snch to aot
at all the case, .he different actita aediclnal prlss
ciples of which thrr aro composed beias aw kMW
cunizea and modiicd. one by tha othera, m ts)
rruJuco a snout earcbliiar and akr
?500 ReWSrC U hereby offered by tb prf
prictor of .hesa Peileu. to any chemist h,
upoa analysis. '1II find in them an Calender
other fon of rocrcury ot any other aXtai
nclnsr entirely vcgoWble.no partfaOar
caro is .-eqalred whilo uinir them. They ofsv
rate il thon t distnrbanco to tha constltatloa. diet,
orocenpation. ForJaaudlce, Heda
Conatipation, Inipuro Hlood, Falsi
In the shoulders, TlKHtneaa f am
Chest, Dtzzlueaa, Soar EractatlM
ot tho Stomach, Bad taat la.
lUoutli. Uillous attacks Palm l
res ton ot Kidneys, Interaal Fever,
Illoatcd foelliix about Stoat ic a
Hush of Blood to Head. Hlsjia Col
ored (Trine, VnoclaVl,T
CJlooiny Forebodings, tak r.
Pierce's FIcaaaut Pursratlve Pellea.
In explanation of tho rcmcdialpower of my rar
fith o Pellets o er t a great a Taclety of diseases.
l-h tosay that their actios apoa tha
animal economy Is universal, not a
eland or tlsauocacuplua; their sana
tive imiirc. Ai;o does not Impair theta;
their etuar coatlnacd being enclosed In glass
bottles pre-cn o their Irtncs unimpaired for aar
l-L-taofttae. In anychmate, ao thai they are al-x.r-
freh and reliable which ia pot (ha case
with IheptUs found in mo arua siorrs, put up iss
uood or pate oami noiet. uecoucci mu
diseases where a Laxaiive aiisra
tiro or Purratlvo is indicated, tneaa utu
Peihts Tili clo tho cost perfect aatacU0B la
all uhouscthem. '
Thoy nre sold by all eBterarUlaa;
SruKKtaat:!5 cents a bottle.
Do cot allow any draptfst to Induce roe: 19
take anythins eUl that ho may ay la Jnst as
rood as my Pellcto because ho mataa a largtt
proflt on that whita ha recommend, if yoor
crnml't cannot anpply them, enclose V caabj
and tccche tbem ny return mall from
BCCTAXO, K. Xi
ASK FOE PYLES
BIE&i.:T JD IE 3
"n A f
BAKIN& Su. '
B 3E 3 S T I CT XT S.i
Sold by Pundt. Meyer A Puapke and Whitney.
IJtlU4U Vt, J
M. SEII,Sxl cj Co.,
Cornerot Rit.cry aadlaIiln -ton Sts.
aLKi. j. Lrr.r. it.
atu'l c. liL'tnof.
J A -I.
unnu YOU HAVE
14x20 IXX do
ICO plate 1C
100 plate DX.
100 plate DXX
100 plate DXXX
Hoofing IC charcoal
Hoofing IX do
10x14 IC coke
uo u 1 ..
do dp ..
do do ..
do do ..
do do ..
10x23 IC charcoal roofin?
20x IC charcoal roofinsr .
elxll IX charcoal ZJZT
10x20 coke (for gutters) .
Small pigs .............
' (MM ) 4
. n to
. 14 GO
. 20 50
. 11 00
. 16 0.1
Titox as Mills,
Geo. "M. Nitis,
I . m
f r ATALOGUES.BEljr'
j upon application.
15th st. between Farnham
Spring and Farm Wagons
tUCGOIES A2IB CIIR1AGBS.
Dealers in and manufacturers ot
,T31BTICULR ATTEXTIOK EAID
A7 - IIOafSKSUUCIXU. cl-
aslbriearlne cf wazons and blacssmmatss
1. j . . 1 1 ? . w
yiMmy 13 uuueii leasoasuje pneev. my
, J. E. VAH OERCK
Eclectic Plmio j
3d fine do ..........
lOd finls'ng do ............
8d do do .........
Gd do do
lOd casing do . ,
8d do do ,, ,.
6J do do ..
Wrought, all ilies l
Narrow wrought, fart ioint discount
Cast, loose pin reversible- do
Hay and manure forks.....discount
Hoes and gaiden rakes. do
Tail's black discount
Coe's immltation do
Coe's genulne do
American Iron ?.J
do brass 7
H Holt's Ha.Tost King.per dox, net.
HeaWa Eureka Z
do red- "
Baaidenoa and office 250 Podji st bet 14th aad
Sped J attention paid to"ohsetrlis and dtt
aces p jcnliar to women aad childrei. fjtL
SPADES ASD 8H0V-LS.
Rowhnd'ao2 blactshorels, D II.-
do do polished do do.
do do black tpadea do
Moore do poll.hed do do .
do'a "spring point" L II shorels-.
Uppescott'a Western Crown.
do do do b.TefeJ
F COFFEE MILLS.
Parke'aNo 3, iron box. net
Jdo do 103 do
do do 2 Union ir hZIZ
eo do 35 do Ilritania
HargraTe.SmithA Co., discount
American File Co j0
Maydale's. A E No 1, IX, 2
Haimond's A E No SI
do do do a
do xutulnter! No 1
do do do 2 -do
do do 3
ia shingling, No 1
00 ao 2 -
s-i ao ao 3
LcLnr do 1
do VQ do 2,
fehs"t lin 25 to 35 in,
do do do It half casts ...
do do do In 250 lb casks-
Sheet 54 to 15 Inches per sheet
.ijuucrs ?uiutti lexira reunod .
uu uo Jo. I......
do do rooflus
Lid metal , .
First quality, Numbers IC to 21
do do do :5 .-.
do do do IC......
do iln iA .-
Charcoal, both sides atsqUo
do Nq 31..
uo do :o
w do do 27.
do do 26
do do 97
P.US perfect 7 to 12
do No. 1, sUined
. . . ,han fuU bundles, add one cent.
A 'American immiut'n Itussia, all Noa.
Less than fu.ll bundles, add one tent.
No. 11 to 20 u,r
do 21 to 21 &
do 25 to 25 " do
do 27 X
uu so ,, ...
Full bundles discount 13 per cent"
Braalers C to 9
do 10 to 12 fb -
c. do 12Jfto 100 ft
Shea hinir, li and 1G oz
Planished, 11 anj 16 oz
os. 7, 8 and 9, Planished
Holt copper. ..,., , i
Copper bottoms .. " " !
10 U 11
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White 1 ead to be free from impurities, and
will pay J50 in gold for every ounce of adul
)3ution found in this package.
uu73m J. isCHOONMAKER & SON
3 TKAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. LOUIS WITH ,
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UGH WITHOUT 0HAKQ3
PASSE.YfJEK TKAISS DAILY!
KATKKH AKD WE3TEB5 CITrES
With l.e Changs and In air mce of othr
This Cnlire Line Is e-jiilpivl with
Pullman's Pul.ice Sleeping Cars,
Palace DiyGiicherfaml ChjirCrtrx,
Miller's Stfoty Platform and Coupler
and the UeK-brated Vestiiigliou-ie
W8ee that your tickets r.ad la
KauaasClty, ft , Joaph t Coaacll
Via Omaha and Si. Louis.
Tickets lor sale at cor. Tenth and Farubam
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
ST. LOUIS TOBACCOIWORKS.
Lcsga, lliislso.1 & Co.,
Mjn if itnrers
GEO. L. ERADBUP.Y,
r. F. BARNARD,
A. C. DAWES,
Gen'l Pas. Agt.,
0 to 6
Nos. I3.1S 17 IS 19 20
Per bundle 15 per rent dfecoun
STEELE 4 JOHNSON 538-540 14TH 8T,
CLARK Jt FRENCH COR. FARNHAM ANO
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE, 212 FABN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN 4 Gallagher, 205 Farn-
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN t Co., 247
J. J. brown &. bho.. Cor. 14th and
unnmatedprm ,,, y
ArriTal of Traiai from tie "West
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
Are for Bale at the
S. E. corurr Fourth. A Chcatnot sts..
81. Louis, and at the Principal Kail..
way OSflcea tn Use West.
CHAS. BABCOCK, C E. RUSSELL,
S'thern Pass. As't, West'n Pasa. Ag't,
Dallas. Texas. Kaxsas Citt,
JOHN E. SIMPSON, CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l 8upL, Gen'l Pass. Ag' U
a23tf Isciaxapous. St. Locis.
Establisned In 1851
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Medal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premlnm Cincinnati! Indus
trial Fair, IS 73.
First Premium Brooklyn Indus
trial Exposition, 1873.
I e.'erjr ar t-
Fi.3 Grt Cliewing
Our Special Brands:
AllOur Tobaccos Strictlj Warantcd.
For Samples or Information addreasthe
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, s't
m7 2m JEESEY CITY, N J.
Powdered do j
13th St., bet. Farnham and naraey.
AU kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING and
REPAIRING dose at msoflahla rata
FrontiEg oa 4.tn, Sta and WalaatiteH
St. Louis, - Mo.
Laveillo, "Warnor & Co.,
The Southern Hotel Is first-elm In all its
aprolntmenU. Ita tables are at all times lap
plied In the greatest abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentire to the
wants of the guests of the hotel. There Is an
ImproTeJelcTsior leading from the first floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
ticket offices, news stand, and western Anion
Telegraph oSlre In the Kotunda of hotel.
OFFICE AND SALKSUOOJI
Cor. Second ic Vine Streets,
Going East or South from Omaha
An J Po'nUon U. P.R.R., should taie thf
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
S WE Ha
iV. why ther will do roiirwarh
Quick and Easv,
Cheap and Clean.
Theyarecbejpest to buy,
They are best to ue,
C-f Ther bate er.nly and quickly.
Their oration is perfect,
jJ They hare always a Rood draft,
They are madeoruebeatnaterlal
H They rcast ifectlr,
s They rciulre but little fuel,
s They are Tery low priced,
lAmM They are easily managed.
T They are suited to all localities,
Excelsior Man'fg Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
WnOIXSALC ASD KETAII. SUln IS
FURNITURE, BEDDING. ETC,
And secure for thtmvJra the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Itclilsoii to Chicago ami St. Louis,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Pake Btj and Bleeping Cars.
All delay and inconvenience arrlrinz from
Ferries atd transfers can be arolded W est of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets tla
ATCHISON and the ATCI11SUN A
NEI3RA.SK V KAlXItOAD.
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. 4 S. F. U. 1L for the
Great Arkansas Yallcj- & Colorado,
And with all lines running feouth to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tla
LINCOL & ATCHISON
213 and 215 FRONT 8T1
San Franci California.
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for the
U. P. R. R LANDS,
Columbus, - 2Tb.
Government Lands Located!
TJ. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms aad Totth Lots far
ON LONG TIME!!
TV. F. WHITE
Gen'l Fass. Ag't.
-D-A.Hj"?Z" H3IH3jE3 siqxvxsis, ionarrcKE3, etc" etc
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