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MIL EIYE-lLiY, 1874.
SY PARXK CODW13.
Early at morn on that terrible day.
As the golden beams of the sun came down
Soft on the vale In lovely array.
Bathing the shrubs In purple and brown,
And crimson and blue, and varying hue;
rBecalllng to lite each sluggish town
That lay half en-nestled the valley side down,
fchriek after shriek!
From peak to peak.
Over the drowsy hamlets new !
Startling the birds
With its frenzied words !
And even the owl,
From nis languid rest, gave a loud "tu-whoo."
What tempest is loose on the earth this morn?
Wnat thunder thus rolls beneath a clear sky?
What frantic cry, louder than huntsman's
What blood-curdling scrrams come floating
The peasant starts from his pontrate spad?
The shopman steps from the shade of Lis door,
The wife hears th3 voice the mother the
The chill unalarmed plays on the floor.
Over the hills madman sped!
Ills steed lice the wind and the waters flew.
Ghastly and gray as one from the dead,
But his cry was the scream of the wild sea
mewl "Look out for tbedam is broken," be cried
"look out lor your liresl To the hiU tops
His tones rang high 'bore the dam tide,
The men stood to lU-tu while down from the
Of the ranging hills mad echo renlied,
' Fly! death is at hand flyTevery cne!"
And stealing afar like the wall of a nun,
Cadences murmur fly every one!
Speechless they stand, appall'd at the sound,
ir up the valley around and around,
jV mighty torrent leajn over the ground,
And timber and turf,
To the razing surf.
Is twLted and flung by its huge rebound!
Bumble! Rumble! Bumble!
Karth and air a-grumble,
Trees and houses tumble:
What monster Uesolator?
Boiling and seething,
Thund'ring and breathing,!
With clash and clang,
And batter and bang.
Whittle and whirr.
And sluh and slur.
And an awful stir,
The waters came down.
Roaring and tuoanin g,
Screaming and groauin',
Flinging and frcttioc.
With flash and flare,
Glitter aud glare.
Munching and crunching,
Mash-ng and crdhlng,
All things that are.
DiAlisd high in air.
Loadi of drift, debris, and dune,
Spork-M aud glistened in thatetenin; moon!
Here aid there,
Thr ugh the night air.
Many a pallid corpse reposed;
Echoed a hundred tongues their woes!
What became of the r'der, you say?
Ilis horse lay dead at the nearest town,
lie mounts another, away, away.
Like a meteor's flash, the valley went Cown.
Loud is his cry,
But the vortex is nigh,
Oh God! what a death
In the space of a breath!
Ills horse Is strong he's a noble steed,
liut be falters ere ends his wlldi tamped.".
One prolonged scream the rid r sends.
Then looks upon the unbridle 1 hell;
He watches lis arms as It roeks and n nds
He notes each house that Its fury contends!
He shakes his he id,
For be pictures the dead,
And he turns his errs away in drral.
Where are the towns?
Go look in the vale!
Ask of the mounds.
Their sorrowful tale!
They'll tell of the woe.
Atk the b;reft
All .that are left
What loved ones their hearts bewail.
Early at raornontheafter day.
As thegoldoa beams of the sun shone down
The buds all glittering with lingering sprar.
The birds all singing a roundelay ;
Houses and factorirs swept away.
Leaving the signs of a giant fray
Golden hills calmly viewed the scene.
And thought no guilt In morals or law
Attach'd to them, tor the mad careen
Of MU1 river if thty pr Jperly saw.
They had one suggestion to make, they said.
And this they would make to Williamsburg
"Inasmuch as Mill river hoy enrrent sea paid,
M.H. corpgratiyq should, next 'come down.' '
St. Helena, Neb., May 21.
Editor Omaha Bee :
As business is a little slack to-day
I thought I would write a few lines
and let you know that things are
not all dead in the north
western part of this State. Sant
Helena, Is ginS ahead very fast;
I can stand in ray door and count
seven new roofs and several more
under way. Our crops of wheat,
corn, oats, and gardens look wpilj
for we have had plenty of rain go
far. We nro going to have a paper
printed here; it will open in a few
weeks. It s to bo called the Cedar
County Advocate, and wo expect it
will help our place very much. "We
need a good wagon-maker here to do
our business; it would, be a good
place for quo, O. A. E.
Bemarkable Occurrence at Pleas
ant Bidge, Xansai.
(Frotu the Leavenworth Times, Jlsy S3.)
"We are called upon to chronicle a
most remarkable occurrence which
took place in Salt Creek Valley, day
before yesterday. Mrs. Chapman,
wife of Samuel Chapman, of Pleas
ant Ridge, wont into the pasture ad
joining the Ihousb, for the
purpose of catching a horse
which she desired to drive to town
with. In less than half an hour she
was seen making her way back to
the house waving her arms above
her head, and making all sorts of
ludicrous gestures, Her husband,
who was standing on the porch,
thought it was remarkably strange
that his wife, ordinarily so staid aud
dignified' should be acting so
strangely, but took no further no
tice of her, supposing she was
making fun of him, But when
she finally i cached the house, a
very feerlous matter was developed,
and all the strange actions fully ex
plained. The woman had by some
unaccountable means been struck
speechless, and has not, up to last
accounts, been able to spoak a word
or mako known the case of her mis
fortune. It is the general opinion
that the spell was either brought on
l3' a fit, or some terrible fright
which the woman received while in
the pasture, and the nature of
which her friends have as yet been
unable to learn.
TheBemoval of Army Xeadquar
teri to St Louis,
"With regard to the removal of the
headquarters of the army to St.
Louis, Gen. Sherman contends that
there are many advantages in the
change. The bulk of the army
is stationed west of the Mississippi,
and in case of Indian or other
troubles in that section, army
operations could be better di
rected from 8L Louis than from
"Washington. There is no law tq
prevent the change, Section 2, of
the act approved March 2, 1867, es
tablishing the headquarters of the
General of the army at Washing
ton, Is repealed by section 15, of the
act approved July 15, 1870, leaving
the matter entirely discretionary
with the General of the armyf sub
ject, of course, to the approval of
General Sherman will leave for
St Louis In October next, and will
be accompanied by Colonels Tour
tellette, Bacon, Audenried, and Mc
Coy, of his staff, with their families.
General Sherman has always con
sidered St Louis as his home, and
has intended to remove his head
quarters there as soon as practicable.
The President readily assented to
the proposed change, 'when. Gjaieral
Sherman spoke 'tq iim, on tae subjects-
How the Bed Men are Behaving
Texas Big Tree Again
(Correspondence cf the St. Louis Globe.)
Fort Riciiaedsox, (Jacks- ) "
bobo), Tex., May 11, 1874. J
The inclosed report, obtained
through the kindness of Lieut Orle
man, speaks for itself. You may
deem it of sufficient interest to pub
lish. Thousands of your readers
have, probably, no idea of what is
transpiring on the frontier of Texas,
or how uncertain is the life of either
the settler or traveler. Of course the
soldiers are supposed to be always
their own protection :
FOBT RlCHABDSOX, TEXAS, 1
May 9, 1874.
To the Post Adjutant, Fort Richard
son, Texas :
Sir: In compliance with the re
quest of the commanding officer of
of the post, I have the honor to sub
mit the following report:
I left Ft Sill, I. T., on the 3d inst.
en route for this post, via Camp Au
gur, to receive a lot of cavalry norses
for the Tenth Cavalry. On my ar
rival at West Cache creek, I found
three hundred (300) warriors en
camped on the south bank of the
river. I had a talk with their prin
cipal chiefs, Big Spotted Horse and
Indian iVranK, and was miormeu oy
them that their party consisted of
one hundred and sixty (160) Paw
nees, and one hundred and forty
(140) Wichitas. They Avere well
armed with improved fire-arms,
well mounted, and claimed to beout
on a buffalo hunt, with verbal au
thority from their agent. They de
manded rations and ammnnition
They further stated that they would
start for Red river next day (the
4th inst). I told them there were
no buffalo any where in that part
of the country and advised them to
return to their reservations, but they
remarked they wanted to see the
country anyhow. The fact that they
had no squaws or children with
them, and no pack animals,
and that they were far east of the
buffalo region, aroused a suspicion
in my mind that they were on a
raiding expedition into Texas.
On my arrival at Camp Augur, on
the 5th inst, I acquainted the com
manding officer of that camp with
the above facts. He informed me
that a small party of Indians had
fired into his camp on the night
previous, killing one cavalry horse
on the picket line. That he at once
ordered out a detachment in pur
suit; that they had chased the In
dians out some distance without
being able to overtake them, though
they succeeded in capturing one
pony, several blankets, etc.
On my departure from Fort Sill
the commanding officer of that post
desired me to mako the following
report to the commanding officer of
this post :
1. That Lone Wolf, a- Kiowa
Chief, had left the reservation on or
about the 1st inst, with from forty
(40) to fifty (50) warriors, to remove
the remains and avenge the death
of his son, killed last December in
a fight with Lieutenant Hudson, 4th
2. That a large party of Coman
ches had left their reservation and
gone along the eastern border of the
staked plains to attack theTonkowa
Indians at Fort Griffin, Texas. That
they claimed to have takon enough
warriors along to fight the troops at
Griffin, in case they should interfere
with them. They stated that they
were going to avenge themselves on
the Tonkowas for the death of the
Camanches killed in Colonel Buell's
fight last winter, in which a small
party of Tonkowas took part,
I would further stato that the In
dians on the Fort Sill reservation
camo into that post a few days be
fore I left to draw their annuitv
goods and rations. There were
fully three thousand (8,000) Indians,
(Camanches. Klowas and Apaches),
and their bona vror at the post dur
ing their short stay was very inso
lent, and showed a bad disposition.
Some of their young men strung
their bows and pointed their arrows
at the sentinels.
All of the warrior wero exellent
ly armed, a great many of them
with new Henry rifles and carbine,
and their stock was in fine condi
tion. Very respectfully, your
L. H. Qrleman,
Lieutenant 10th Cavalry.
A soldier of company D, 11th In
fantry, belonging to my escort from
Fort Sill to Camp Augur, reported
to me that in looking through the
camps of the Pawnees and Wichit
as, on "West Cache creek, oi the
evening of the 3d inst, he saw Big
Tree, of the Kiowas, sitting by one
of their camp fires, Ho assured me
he was pertain about his assertion,
as he was one of the escort that took
Big Tree to the Penitentiary three
years age. L. H. Orleman,
A.I.L ABOUT TUCWATKS WOUUS
The central city of the West
quite proud of late has grom,
Ai-d feels It can no longer wait
A goal sized pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a reservoir
Upon their highest hill.
We read in the days of Noah
That water wo. ks were tried;
The trouble was tbey had no sewers,
And so the. people died.
Let us then remember
If water works we try,
To put in sewers good and strong.
And make our streets quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once,
Then everybody In the town
WIU bey their haU of Bunce.
For all new styles that row arelout.
Some filty kinds or more.
You'll find them coeap at Bance's
Famous New York store.
Th Chimplonllatter oth4.West,bJoug
E. F. OOOK,
637 Uth BU kstwssa DaagUi sJ Doo
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper smdSbeet Iron
Wre, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Ware on
hand. Tin Roounz, Gutters and Spoutingand
JoaWork done and warranted. fb2tf
3uar-o- X r-ooxx&ai
L VAN CAMP M.D.
Dispenses hit own medclnes, and besides
regular prctloe, makes specialities of Deranso
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Orncx and Residence, Corner Farnham and
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Omaha. Neb. Address Lock Box 04.
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Money and Conmerce.
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
May 25, 1874. )
Money continues easy for all bus
iness houses of good standing, while
outside applications are discrimina
ted against very closely.
The volume of trade for last week
was, on the whole, heavier than on
any previous week of the season.
Business opens to-day with a
brisk demand from the West for
goods of all lines, groceries as usual
coming in for the heaviest orders.
Receipts of produce are light yet
and all that comes in finds ready
sa!e at quotations.
Prices are well maintained and a
cheerful feeling prerades the whole
sale market, while depressing infl-
ences at work upon the retail
branches causes some apprehension
for the immediate future.
Carelully Corrected f Dally
j. j. browx A bro., Cor. 14th and
Gamer & Co
Amoskeag ..... -
Everett G G
Great Falls .....
Peppenell 8-l. ..
Wall ham S-4
Pepperell E Cne................
ao it nne .
do O fine...
do N finn .
do sheeUng 8-4..
do do 9-4 .
Putt man A A.,
Amoskeag . ............
Lecooia satin..................... ...
Naumkeag satin -.....
nearer Creek A A.
Hap Maker, blue....
India, B B blue and brown ,
New York, B............
Otis, B B..........
Olis, C C .
Warren BB , , , , .
Androt0;lng 4-2 a a ............
do do L. ...... .......... .
Itaot, 8 . .
do B 4-4
Fruit of the Loom.. ...
do do do 100.... ..... is
ioia wcJJ............... ... li'
Hew York Mills..
Amoskeag, a c a
do B -..
Conestoga, A Pre ,
do B .
do Gad MedaL
KURTZ MOHR & CO.
Clark's O. N
..S P5Q2 00
.- 2 OCfcjG 00
-.82 256 50
-S12 00a24 CO
4 757 50
Dickens' best... ,.
King WiUIam ..
S6 50a7 25
. 7 75s9 00
7 00a7 50
8 00a9 50
Blue drill ,
White ..... ...
?5 23a'i CQ
5 9 00
Linen printed ..
J. C. Rosenfelq gives ua the
following ruictfAtfous tbts day;
Butter, active, choice roll 20 25,
comiftMi 1520; Eggs, brisk, 11;
Apples, 8 008 50 per barrel-; Live
Chickens in demand from 3 00
2 25 per dozon; Turkeys, 6 O0 ; Or
anges and Lemons are advancing,
Oranges 8 50 per box, Lemons 9 00
jonx T. ZD Qa.
Horse shoe bar
Norway nail rod.
American casn. octan ami ..... r.
Jess p's English da do "
Burden's horse shoes, pertr . ."
dn mtilA .1-
Northwestern hoi ni.
Dundee thimble skein, dbcount 45 per cent
Stor half patant !, discount 10 percent.
lOd to CW per tea.
w ... :
3d do "
3d fine do ..
8d do do. .
W do da ..
lOd casing do .
8d do dr ,,,,,
Cd ds do
Wrought, all sizes
Carriage and tire discount-
Narrow wrought, fart loin.discount.
Cast, loose pin reversible do
Hay and manure forks discount.
Hoes and gal den rakes do
Strap and T discount
Tail's Mack- discount
Coe's imltation do
Coe's genuine do.
do brass -
50 pre J
do red -
Moo'r. dobpoSr; & Z
00 do da b.vefedZ
, 30FFE iOISS.
"rkesSo. Iron bos net
3 ios oZT
do o25 Union lnh I
eo do 35 do BritanhZll '
A?SI? .""rt dljcount
ar.rican File Co do
Xaydole's, A E Nn 1, i, 2
Hammond's A ENo -
ao do 4
-wzUawr'a No 1
Morris' shingling, No I .
do do do 2 .
do do do 3..
do clanr do 1..
do do do 2..
Buflalo S. sole "$ a
Hemlock SL sole No l
do do .No 2
do do dam
do span sole good ..
do do dam...HH
do harness. ..
do kip ...
do upir ti f i. .
Oak sole " ...
do calf ....
F'chcalf Jodots prdz
. I 50
. 1 00
. 73 00
Other brands different wt, pr 16
French kip pr lb .....
Dry flint pr D
G reen . ..
Green salted .
Jan. and Feb, pelts-S-f-rl!i.g...
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 l-26 34; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Oliye, 6 to
C 1-2 ; Palm, 55 14 ; German Mot
led, C l-4af 1-2.
AET GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furnishes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
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
iuch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
Plain bands. 6 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 j0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 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.
feubleet to change of market without notice.
WM. M. FOSTER,
'. On U. P. R. R. track bet. Farnham and Doug
GEO. A. HOAGLAXD.
Jol'sls, studding and sills, 20 ft, and un-
a er ......... ........"
Ovt r 20ft, each additional ft add'I..
Fencing No 1 ...a....
do No 2 .....
1st o ommon boards.........
2nd do do ...... ............
"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch
"B" do do do do
'C do do do do
ltefcar, 1, 1JJ, 1 and 2 Inch...
24 do do do do ....
3J do do do do ........
Flooring, clear. ............... ...
do 1st common... .
do 2d do ...................
do 3d do
Ao narrow, clear...
1st clear cetjleg zi ,nch
2d do do :, inch.... ......
1st do ds Inch............
2d do do Inch
1st clear tiding
. 45 00
. H2 50
1 30 00
.. 24 00
. 4 50
za ao ao
1st common shiinc...
2d do da .
Extra No 1 shingles
Common No 1 shingles..
i taper low..
DA II nickels etr 100
Square do do do ....
O G Batten lr lineal f'
Bough do do do --
35 per ccntofTCliicsgo list.
2i f er cent oQ CI tcago list.
30. per cent off list.
White lime per bbl ....-
Louisville cement per bid....
Plaster paris per bbl.. -
Plastering hair per bushel -
Tarred feT'. ,
SI 732 00
, 3 00(cy1 25
, 3 50t I 75
o-iei -ug uoaru.
OILS. PAINTS, GLASa, &c
1ST. I. D. SOLOMON".
ROBERT C. STEEL.
BRADY & McAUSLAXD.
Coal Oil- $ 19
Linseed Oil, rsw. 1 05
" " bl'd 1 10
Headlight Oil 28
lard Mil, No. I.
White Lead, St. Louis, Srtlctly Pure 5 II.
Putty In Bladders.... ..
" ' Bulk
Enameld Glass, colors, sq. ft. .... 1 00
Flat Glasx. 50 ) c discount
TIN, SUEEr-IROX. TTIBE, &C.
BITLTON ROGERS, COR. Hth &
10x11 IC, fair quality
10x14 Ic.beot quality .
.. 15 50
-. 11 00
. 17 00
- 1G 00
. 12 50
. 27 50
14x20 IXX do
ICO plate DC
100 plate DX.
100 plate DXX
100 plate DXXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Roofing IX do
10x14 IC coke
20x23 IC charcoal Toofing.
20x28 JO charcoal Tooling
em IX. charcoal.
10x23 ovks (for gutters)..
Shaet tin 25 to 9fl In T..
do do do it. half casks.
do do do Jn250cas xs.
stLeet 24 to 35 Inches nr sheet..
Aumerssoiaei (exirx rsausa
do do roofing -..
tdd metal -
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24
do do do 15 .
do do do 26 ...
do do do 27.
Charcoal, both sides sniothe
do No 21. .
do do i
do do 27.
Juniata, No. 24...
do do 26
do do ?7
Russia perfect 7 to 12
do No. , stained.
Less than full rmndlwi- add one cent.
"A"Amerlcan ImmlUfn Russia, all Nos.
Less than full bundles, add one cent.
No. 14 to 20- . . Ust
do 21 tffi An
do 25 to s .... , ., - d
do 27 do
do 9 ,, , - do
Full bundles d iscoont 15 per cent.
Braziers to 9
do 10 to 12 B .
do 12Vto 100
Sheathlnr, 14 and 16 oz.
Planished, 14 and 16 oz
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, Planished.
Bolt rnpp'' T..
10 11 11
STEELE 4 JOHNSON 53S-540 14TH ST.
CLARK Jt FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN GALLAGHER, 205 Fani-
WHITNEY, BATJSERMAN CO., 24
J. J. brown t bro., Cor. 14th and
. Douglas Streets.
Granulated pr lb..
Powdered do J...
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
N O choice
xuo cnuicc pr w..
do prime do ..........
do good Mo . ...
fi n i
j w a a........
Common pr gallon..
Good ' do
do N O molasses-
31 Wesk A Co.
fcchof crs ...
Missouri Vrlley.... . .,
31. Wesk A Co
Schofcr's German ... .
Kirk's standard ...
Black goods, Wrstern
do do .
California peaches ier nouuJ
uo appus no
S.ate do do
do German cherries...,
lrt rqilrta Til" Iwit
do stedlcss rasies per pound
New in barrels......
do dairy ..
S2 S0a3 00
4 50a5 75
2 pound can Mycr's oysters per i oe
1 do do do do do .
2 do do Wilhiu's do do .
2 do do peaches do do .
3 do do do do do .
Tomatoes, 2 pound cans, ir caso .
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, per case
do Winslow do ......
do Yarmouth do ....
Strawberries, per case ....
Raspberries, do do ,
Pineapples, do do
Oolongs per pound .
Young Ilyrou, per youcd. .
Gunpowder, do do ...............
Go'd Dust. .- .... i
XXXX Iowa City ...-...
California .... .... .....
Gunnies, heavy weight........,
do light do . ....
Burlaps, four bushel ...... .
Dundee gunnies .. ....
Grain bags, Amoskeg A
do do Ludlow a a ........
Nutmegs, Penang best,ier pound..
Clove do do
Alsplce do do
Cinamonbark do do ...
$4 25a4 50
. 2 50a2 73
. 4 OOal 25
. 4 73o5 09
. 6 75a7 10
. Z 50o3 75
. 5 75af 00
. 4 75a5 50
40a 1 00
4 73a5 00
1 35ul 41
Manufactured by the Imperial Bak-
PowderCo., Omaha, iNeb.
1 R boxes ......... ..... perdz 4 23
V. lb boxes.. do 2 40
V. lb boxes . do 1 30
5 lb boxes. do 13 5J
In bulfc.per ft, in 23,50 and 101 lb lots 39
A. E. SI3IPSON,
II. Upman. .
La Roquet. ....
Simon Pure ...........
La Kspanola... ...... ....
V 31. 8 35 oo
CALHOUN 3IILLS FLOUR.
"Wholesale depot 518 14th Street.
Half barrel sicks 2 SO
PIO?niET01.S or THE
Manufacturers of Strlctly'Pure
White Lead, Red Lead, Litharge
Pultj. Colors Dry aud h.;0il.
PORE V-RDITER GREEN,
Tho strongest and brightest green
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White lead. to be free from Impurities, and
will pay J50 in gold for every ounce of adul
lSja'Jon found In this packaze.
mr73m J. SCHOONMAKER A SON
Van da li A
S -. S T.
O TEAINS DAILY !
LKAVK ST. -OUIS 1VITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UGH WITHOUT CHAHGE
ArriTil of Train ban tie "West
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
TlUHlIO Company ' Oftlce,
jtTK. eoraer VonrtB Cb estamt sis.,
81, Loals, mad at the Prlaclpal ssll
wsy O lees ia tae West.
CHAS. BABCOCK, C E. UUSSfXL,
S'thern Pass. Ag't, West'n Pass. Ag"t.
Dallas. Txioj. assasutt,
JONE.8IPSON. CHAS. E. FOIXETT,
Oen'l Sept., Gen'l Pass. Ag t.
s nt (oiasapo s. St. Louis.
Establisned in 1851.
The Popular Route from
o nvc . : a.
Chicago and the East!
Only )iropt r-oixto
Crosse, l'rnlrie Du 4'hlcn. Winona,
St.Paul.Duliitti, Jaursvlllr, Ktno
sha, Urtcn tT. ltuclne, Mtvea's
Point. Wntrrtown, OshV-nb, Ion
XJuae, auisou sun ,uwrauee.
It Being the Shortest and Fiist Comoleted Line
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Constant iruprorm nts have taken place In
the way of reduclug Grade, and placing Iron
with Steel Rills, adding to 1 rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAY aud 8LKEPISO CARS
Equipped with lhe"WesliughoueeAir Brake"
and ".Miller Platform." establishing comforta
ble and commodious Kating If ouses, offering all
the comforts uf traveling tte age can produce.
Krom U to 1U Fast FDress Trains "run each
way daily over the various lines of this toad,
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 railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Podge,
Vet Moines, Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSHALLforSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Dulutb, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St- Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne, Dun'elth, Prai
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FUt-TON for Freeport, Racine Milwau
kee and all points in Wisconsin.
AT CUICAUU with all railway Lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can he procured, and any inforroat on ob
tained, concerning Route, Rates, etc., at the
Company's office. 213 Farnham street, Omaha,
and also at the pi incipal TicketOtflces along the
K8Baggage checked through to all principal
W.H.STENNETT, MARVIN HUGHITr.
Uen'l PassDg'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J. II. LACEY, C. G. EDDY,
Ticket Ag't, Omaha. Gen'lJAg't Omaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire -t line to
AND TIIE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHAIvGE i cars Itween Omaha and St.
Louis aim b it ore between OMAU A
anu ftaW YORK.
This the Only -.loo running a
PUL-MAS SLEEPING CAR EAST
FltUH OMAHA, ON AltRIYA-
Oi? THE U.VION PACIFIC
iTPavni;ers taking other routes Lave a
disagreeable transfer at tne Klver Station.
PASSEXUER TKAISS DAI-T I
EA?TEE!i AND WE3TEBH CITIES
With Less Cluingcs and in advance of other
This Entire Line is equlppad with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Care,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouse
K 9See that your tickets read via
Kansas City," H Joseph fc Council
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADBURY,
. F. BABNAHD, A. C. DAWES,
Gen'l Supt. Uen'l Tass. Agt.,
St. Joseph. St. Joseph,
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Medal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premium Ciuclnnatll Indus
trial Fair, 1S73.
First Premium Brookly. indas
trlal Exposition, 1873.
For Samples or Informatics addressthe
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, s't
ia72m JERSEY CITY, N J.
Front-; on 44, 5 tad Wain ntit
St. Louis, - Mo.
"Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Sonthern Hotel is Drst-clais tn all Its
appointments. Its tables are at all times sup
plied In the greatest abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentive to the
wants of the guests of the hotel. There Is. an
improved elevator leading from the first floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
ticket offices, news stand, and western Anion
Telegraph o:e in the Rotunda of hotel,
225 r n Street, - - On 1 a, Heb
WOOI aX D CT X DEAL t IX
FURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC.
Chicago, Roclc Island ;
and Pacific R. Ifc
TOE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE r'ROil
OMATTA TO CHICAGO1
AND THE EAST, '
Via Des Moines, Davenport and Rock la nd. i
All Passenger Trains are e-iuipped with the ,
' rrauociK Patent Air Rsik3 and I
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler, j
2 Fast Express Trains leare Paily,
Connecting as follows:
AT DES -OINES with the Des Moines Yalle
Railroad, iorOskaloo , Ottutnwa, Keokul
and St. Lonis.
AT UKINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids A. Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western pranch, for Muscatine,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul I ilroad for points north.
AT KOCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freepoit, Beloit, Kaclne, Mll-
wauceo and a
all points In northern Llinols
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocktord. Rck
Island and St. Louts Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the TeeriaJtRock
Island Railroad for Peoria and points east.
AT RUREAU JUNC with branch, for Hen
ry, Lacere, Chllllcothe and PeorU.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with "II lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to aU Eastern cities,
via this line, can be procured, and auy infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket office of the cotnpinr, IK Farnham St., '
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket OlSces
along the lineof the U. P. R. .
gense Checked Throngl! to
Principal Kantcrit Po.nls.
A. 31. SMITH,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't.
J. II. LACEY,
Gen'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
Depot for the sale of bis
M. KELLER & Co.,
Corner.of Battery andlWashliigtonSts.
ALKX. j. leooat.
NATU'L C. HUDlOX.
tVI. II. HUDSON
JAS. O. OUTLKK
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Leggat, Hudson & Co.,
Stan-ifacturers of every sraurff
Fine Cut d-owing
Our Special Brands:
ill Oar Tobaccos Strictly "iVaranted.
OFFICE ASD SA-KSnOOjf
Cor. Second & Vine Streets,
St. Xjouis Mo,
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U.P.U.B., should taie th(
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for themselves the choice of Six
Atchison to Chicago and St. Louis,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Palace Say and Sleeping Can.
All delay and Inconvenience arriving from
Ferries atd transfers can be avoided W est of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tlcketi via
ATCIIISOX and the ATCmSUX
Direct and Bellable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A a. i . . K. lor the
Great Arkaasas Yallej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets via
LINCOI, 6c ATCHISON
W. F. WHITE
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
""H j. 1
V I m i
Or SBsraiOoase, CeaewBtr-tW,
Hooc aad Ber-ml Jalce, AbU.
Hlllons Graiinlca. T TH J TTIK
GIANT" CATHARTIC. r Si-lMJ,
la Parro Physic.
Tho novelty of modem edl cat . Cat leal I
Pharc ccutical Science. Na iim of uy Uwm
U klnic tho large, repulsive and nauseous pills,
com posed of cheap, crude, and balky ingredients!
when we can bv a. careful SDnlicalion of f hernial
rctcQcc. extract all tae cathartic said other sdf.
tlnal properties from e most vata able roots t f
, fc:rbj, ana ronrentnto the Into m m In ate Gra
n:e. fccarccly larger than a MssUid
cca, that rt oo readily avrallowed by those ol
tno aostsensltira etor tens and fastidious tastes.
i Eachiittlo Purgative Pellet represent,
nost concentrated for, as ranch it rtic power
as Is c bodicit la any of tho rjo pills ftrand jbc
f ale la the drca shops. From their wonderful ca
' thartlc power, la pronortlon to their Ue.ptopif
ryareharsa or druttc ta effect, but sncalSBOt
' at l the caK Ae dlrTcrent active edic al pr .
cipies or wmca tney am composed belnz so b s
n anized and xnodUcd. one by tha others, as ta
rroJuce a mot ncarrbliis; said tkeiv
ousrh,yct geuUjrsiul liadlyopenMl-sr
cathartl ;. ,
$500 Rcvvarl is hcrchy offered oy th pro.
prictor of these Pellet.', to any chemist who,
cpoa analysis, rill find la them an Calomel or
other fora of mercury 01 any other mscal .
Being entirely vcKCtablo.nopartfc tr
cara is .-equlrcd thiIo Usin them. They ope
rate without distur inco to the cocrtltntloa. diet,
or occupation. For Jaundice, Ilesdaclia.
Cunntlpatlon, Inipuro ftlood, Pam
iu tho Sliouldcri), TlgK'tiiess) of t
CUCNt, SIxzlucHv, Sonr Eractatleasi
of tho Muniacb, Bad tst laj.
totttli, Bilious attacks, Palm
region of Kidneys, Internal Fever,
Hlontcd tccllnjc about Stomach. t
ltUMhuf lllood to Head, Hlg Col
ored Urine, Unsoclalllltr n
(iloomy l'orcbodln( taka arr
I'ierce'.t Pleasant a?ara;atlvo Pellets
In cxplanatioa of tho remedial power of my rur-
fitlvo Pellets over so prcat a va-iety of dlseaset.
wish tosay that their action npon tho
nninial economy M universal, not as
plaud or tUHUOcsciiplaax their aaaaw
tire ir.iprc. Ai? docs not impair th eras
their eoxar-co&tln'and being enclosed la glass
bottles irecrvo their irtucs unimpaired for tar
h hortimc. Inar.ycli atc.sotl itheyare af
mvj fresh and rcl blc, which is cot the cas
with thj piUs found in tbc drag stores, put np i
ca.ap wood or pste-bcard boxes. Recollect thifc
f.jrc'i diseases wbero a Laxative, Altera
tiro or Pursativo Is Indicated, thesv little
Pellets wilt che tho most perfect aatls ciloa to
all wno use them.
They nro nolj by all CBteryrUI sr
Druggists at 5 coutu a bottle.
Do not allow any drncslst to Indues too. 19
take lythlu' els) that bo may 11; la Just M
cood as my Pcllcto becauso ho afces a U net
proat oa that which ho recommends. Jf your
drurist cannot sepply them, enclose) K csata
and receive them ny retnm mall from
u. r. rumcE, r. ., .pvr,. -
BUFFALO, K. X-
ASK EOK PYLES
BAKING- SODA !
B-BT X S3- XJfll
Sold by Pundt. Meyer A Rsapkeand W y,
iiiserman A Co
UNTJL. YOU IIAVK
AS WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD KEASONd
why thev will do your work.
Quick and Easv,
Chea and Clean.
Ill They arecbejpest to buy,
sa I They are lsi to use.
JsfJI Ther bake evnly and quickly,
Their o;ratlon Is perfect,
23 Tbey have always a good draft,
gm They aremaaeoftkebestBUterlal
" They roast perfectly,
gts s They require but Utile fuel.
1 ney are very low priced,
1 hey are easily managed.
Ther are suited to all localities.
bbQ Evcf stove guaranteed to glvesati ifacUoa.
Excelsior Man'fg Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Om alia, 3NTo rsj
East India. Good,
213 ana 215 FdO.YT STKE XT
San Franci - California.
f LATE V-lLLEY
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for tha
TJ. P. R. R LANDS,
Columbus, -- 2Tb.
Government Lands Located I
U. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms aadToTrmtols He
j a6?"all Communications Cheor-
j fully aVnsweretl
J-J-Ss.----l fT hj l-J MOXOIENTS,
Per bundle 15 per cent discoaa
lOMBSKKf-5, ETC., Exg,
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