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BIANCA AND FIUPP0.
" That thou hast been to hell, and
that is the way that thou knowest
all about it," gasped outBianca,her
head buried in the folds of the
cloak. "And Filippo said your
beard was all brown and crisped
with the fire; and I said that I
knew better, for I sat on your knee
so often." She raised her hand to
the thin, dark cheek. " It is not
true ! It is so soft so soft."
The caressing hand was stayed
for a kiss before the answer came :
" Bianca mia, such idle talk is not
to be heeded. Verily one may see
hell without leaving Verona!"
Andjhe bitter tone showed that the
evening's insult was in the speak
" Oh, surely, it is not here ! "
The startled child looked round as
if to &ee the ilam&s.
"Bianchetta, Bianchetta, Uiou
art a foolWi child, as well as a lov
ing one. There is naught here to
harm thee. Knowest thou not, lit
tle one, thatman worketh for him
self hell, purgatory, and paradise."
Bianca's eyes, childishty grave,
looked up at him. " Does Filippo
The Florentine shrugged his
shoulders. " I cannot tell ; Italy
is a poor place to learn it ; nor is
the lesson easy to be learned at
court- Mayhap, thou canst teach
him, little Bianca.
"But he thinketh me so little!
J am only nine years old, and he
" Nine years old," he repeated in
felow, measured tone. " Nine years
old ! " Verona and idle gossip, Del
la Scala and affronts, were all for
gotton; the exile was again at Flor
ence, and the child Beatrice once
more looked npon him from the
Bianca sat quiet fora while ; then
her hand stole up again to play with
the slandered brown beard. "Good
Messer Dante, thou didst speak of
a tale; dost thou remembet?"
"Ay, Bianca. But I think we
we will have no story but the
truth to-night. Thou art nine years
old, carissima ; shall I tell thee of
the most noble lady whom I first
saw when she was but nine years
" Oh ! wilt thou tell me of Beat
rice?" Bianca pronounced the
name with the reverent gesture that
she might have used in speaking of
" Yea, Bianca ; I would tell thee
of her, who oft leadeth Messer
Dantufrom Verona into Paradise.
The- vision is changed since I first
saw her. It was May as it is now ;
and as thou hadst May-day pas
time with thy playmates here, so
had I, a Florentine boy, at the
house of the Portinari. The lady
Beatrice stood in the door-way; a
little maid like thee, Biaiica,and
dressed u the color that I love to
see thee wear-"
"Oh! is that the reason that thou
likest mo crimson dress so well?"
"Yes, little one. She moved
among us that day with a face like
the face of an angel, so calm antl
serene was it Nor was she neglec
ted of our comfort. W were her
guests that day; but she moved
through our games like a being
from another sphere. vYell do I re
member the greeting she gave me.
I was tardier than the ret, and
stood hesitatingly, not knowing
which was the little queen of our
feast, and the signorina put out her
hands with: ' I am Beatrice, Dunta
He pau'-ed fora while. "Did you
never see the most noble lady oaini
Messer Dante?" asked Bianca tim
idly. "Once, Bianca mini she passed
along the street, clothed in pure
white, and turning her head, gave
me salutation. It was to my soul
as if an angel had said, 'Ave!' Then
death deprived me of her living
presence; yet still she cometh unto
" In your dreams?' whispered
Bianca. -"Doth she bring those
wonderful sights thou seest? What
salth she when she cometh ? How
"More radient in her beauty is
my lady every time she cometh un
to me; and, lest my dazzled senses
should blind mo that I miss her,
her greeting still falls: 'I, even 1,
am Beatrice.' Butltgrowoth dusk,
little one; thoy will be seeking thee
in the palace."
He set down the child and rose
to go: "As .for Fllippo'g idlo tales,
they are not worth needing, Bian
ca; vex not thy little heart over
r "No," agreed Bianca. "But,
jiesser .uante, inou sayest my
crimson dress is like the noble ladv's
'dost think tint I could ever be like
A quick gasture of negation was
the answer; the childish desire
sounded like profanation to the lover
of Beatrice. Bianca felt the dis
peasure. "Was it a wickedthing
to.say?rt she asked, trembling.
"Nay, Bianca, not that; only
thou are like Filippo, and knowest
not what thou sayest. Dost see the
"Yes," said Bianca, turning .to
the east. "She is like a great silver
wheel to-night, so large and round ;
Hike her best wbe'n she maketh
herself a bow,;1
"Dost see the Httlo star" above the
"No ; tliero is no star there. Oh !
there is one a vory Ijttlo one,"
"My lady is brighter than the
moon ; thou art less than the tiny
star. Thou need'st not fret, Bian
ca," seeing the child's crestfallen
expression. "God maketh thee a
star great or little as it pleaseth
Him. See that thou shine where
He placeth thee ; then all will be
well." So saying, the poet led Bi
anca. back to the palace, and saw
her safe beside her mother, the
cousin of Uguccjone e&n. Fagginoi
la, Pisa's exiled count, Dante's firm
triend, and Filippo's father, .Then
he wandered forth again to seek the
pompany f ie silent stars : those
stars of whloh he wrote to the FJorT
ence willing to receive him as peni
tent, not patriot, that they were
everywhere free to an exile's gaze ;
the stars whoso light he weloonies
his passage through hell safely
ended whose heights Purgatorv
snakes him pure and apt to mount,
whoso moving source he readies
only when the Love and Light of
Paradise is gaiued.
Ten years have passed over divid
ed Italy, and the year of grace 1321
finds her divided still. It finds
fDeHa, Scala grown, perhaps, more
uumiuuui mm uureiess inan or oiu
glad to be .rid of the tiresome
guest whose genius only plagued
him ; Florence still refusing to own
hemoblest son ; Henry of Luxem
bourg dead, and in his grave buried
the fairest hopes of those who sought
better things for Italy than the
selfish triumph of either Guelf or
Ghibelline ; Dante Alighieri at the
court Ravenna, a loved and honored
gaest, yet still an exile, and the
ambassador to whom Venice has
denied an audience Jast indignity
of all. It also finds Filippo della
Eagginola-grown into a tall, straight,
manly young soldier, who has lomr
-since learned to honor his father's
friend niore fitlv than in thedava
hwhen he filled Bianca's ears with
.Verona gossip; but yet holdine
VISA luf I mm .r .L- irr, .. .7-.
Hrfo," aad "ftwdiM." all end with th.
himself at heart the poet's superior
in some matters, and thinking it
well that the world had more prac
tical men than Messer Dante at its
beck and call. Had Filippo, instead
of being the great Florentine's re
spectful shadow, held the foremost
place in that unlucky embassy to
Venice, who knows whether things
might not have gone differently?
Though, doubtless, Guido of Raven
na ought to know his own business
best. But the years have brought
much to to the little Bianca who
nestled in the exile's arms at Ver
ona, to watch the sunset from the
ducal gardens. Time has brought
her alll the "ifts that make a woman
charming, yet has not robbed her of
childish beauty ; the blue eyes look
up with their old frank unconscious
ness, but with thought and feeling
in the heart of their clear depths ;
smiles come and go about her mouth,
yet leave undisturbed the look of
tranquil sweetness that has gained
for the signorina the title of "The
Lady of Peace." Dearer than ever
is she to the hearts of all about her,
and were affection to be weighed
and measured, it would be hard to
say which holds her dearest the
grave, saddened poet-exile, or the
blithe, young, hopeful Filippo, whom
she weds to-day.
There is a grand wedding proces
sion, for Guido Novello delights to
honor both bride and the bride
groom; and since their own city of
Pisa may not witness the bridal,
Ravenna makes it as splendid as
she may. But Dante is not at the
festival; Venice's rejection has been
the last straw laid upon a burthen
that has grown day by day these
There is a banquet, and a dance
follows. The lady Bianca does her
part, much as long ago Dante de
scribed the lady of his love moving
among other children; she is in
them, but not of them; no gentle
courtesy is lacking, no graceful sal
utation is omitted; but once, when
tho tide of congratulating merri
ment ebbs for a moment, she whis
pers to her husband: "O Filipjw), I
weary of it all ! 1 long to see Mes
ser Dante, it seemeth a bad omen
that my wedding-day should lack
"Messer Dante would chide thee
fortalkingof omens, Bianca mia,"
answers Filippo. "But our bridal
shall not lack his good word. Our
guests will soon be weary of us as
we are of them; and then we will
seek thine old friend. Dost know,
Bianca mai, I never believed so well
in his 'Paradiso' before?"
A blush and a smile in "return,
and again the throng sweeps about
them. Two more hours of mortal
weariness wedding receptions be
ing as tedious hi the fourteenth cen
tury as in the nineteenth century
and the young couplo are free.
Up the winding salrway, through
the long corridors, pass the bride
and groom, while the grim portraits
and gloomy statues look grimmer
and gloomier thau ever, for the ra
diant Hash of youth and beauty that
lights their darkness for a moment.
There is a pause at the door before
they are admitted; and, as they en
ter, they are cautioned to make
their stay brief. The long suffering
is well-nigh ended; the bitter bread
is all eaten ; the weary stairs are
all climed Dante Alighieri is
His eyes kindle with pleasure as
the fair, grave young couple cross
the palace chamber and kneel at his
bedside. "We would ask your
blessing on our happiness, noble
sir," said Filippo, in the grave, full
tones that, "men say, so often help
the young Fagginola to carry his
point. There Is conviction In his
voice, tiie people say.
"Your blessing, Messer Dante,"
whispers Bianca, her head bowed
beside her husbaud's.
The thin, worn hands moved un
steadily forward. Little life is there
in the fingers now; yot to their
dying day Filippo and Bianca will
remember that affectionate, cling
ing pressuc. "A better blessing
than Dante's be upon you," says
the.poot's voice, not yet reft of all
it's old sweetness. "Blessed be' the
bride Bianca; the good Got! bring
her t(f be in very deed and truth
Bianoa's heart thrills as she hears
spoken the name of tho woman
most deeply reverenced most high
ly honored of all tho women with
whom the poots havo sung. "Well
she.knowa.that Dante's prayer for
her is, that, as tho lady of his own
love has boon exalted above the
region of time and sense, she, Bian
ca, may rise to live a lofty life be
yond the limit of Italian storms.
"Blessed bo the bridegroom, Filip
po ; and blessed be Italy in Win.
And, if his country return him
cursing for blessing, as hath been
her want, blessed be he with the
blessing of Dante Alighieri, who, in
his trouble, sought for silver and
found gold ! ' DUigile justilfat
The last "tyqrds ring out with sol
emn force ; tho dying man folds his
hands upon his breast, aud Filippo
and Bianca kneel on in silent
prayer. As they rise, thoy see that
the words of blessing were meant
for words of parting, and they must
be gone ; but Bianca's lips touch
with reverent salute the cheek tla
the great poem has made leq'n find
haggard, erp slo lots' her husband
lead ber from the room.
Before the morning breaks, the
exile has gone home; and it js with
a heart full of mingled joy and sor
row that tho ministering Francis
can Frato has spoken the Church's
God-speed to tho dying, "Depart,
O Christian soul." Surely, never
has a Christian soul more bitterly
learned the truth, "This is not your
rest." To-morrow all Ravenna will
gather to the funeral, and Guido
Novello himself will pronounce the
oration over tho Florentine
patriot who lies before him iu
a Franciscan's habit, his hands
crossed upon the Holy Scriptures,
his broken lyre resting at his feet
Florence spurned him living; sbe
shall not have him dead. Let her
rear a stately monument to hs mcuii
ory when sho pleases; here in Ra
venna shall the poet's ashes rest,
And, but that it werp irreverence, tq
think that earthly praiso or blame
could thrill tho spirit that has passed
noyonu tnem, ono mignt deem the
poet-patriot well pleased with the
title that is his at last Dante Alight
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"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch
"B" do do do do
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, li. IK ad 2 inch
2d do do do do .... .
3d do do do do .......
do 1st common-.. . ...
do 2d do ......
do 3d do ..........
do narrow, clear -....
1st clear ceiling Y, inch ....- -
2d do do 2inch
1st do do Inch.... ....
2d do do yt inch
1st clear siding .
2d do do ... .....
1st common siding....
2d do do ......-
"A" shinjles ... ...... .....
Extra No 1 shingles... ...
Common No 1 shingles.....
Lath per 1000 .
II A H pickets eer 100
Square do do do ............
O G Batten per lineal f r
. 23 00
i 0 00
.... 45 00
.,.. 32 50
. . 21 00
. 2 00
uousn uo uo uo .....
35 per cent off Chicago list.
BOOBS, (Wedged )
25 pet cent off CI icago list.
SO per cent off list.
White lime per bbl SI 752 00
Lonlsvllle cement per bbl . 3 00(ii3 25
Plaster paria per bbl 3 50(g3 75
Plastering hair per bushel-.... 40
Tarred felt , 4
Plastering board.......... i
OILS. PAINTS, GLASS, &c.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
Coal Oil . S 19
Linseed Oil, raw. 105
" ' bl'd- 1 10
Headlight Oil 28
una ml, No. I.
i u 2,
" " winter)
W. Va. f
White Lead, St. Louis, Srtictly Pure
Putty In Bladders
" " Bulk
Enameld Glass, colors, sq.ft.
Flat Glass, SO B c discount
TIN, SHEET-IRON. TYIBE, &C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 IC, fair qnalltv... ....
10x14 Ic, beat quality
14x20 IXX do
, 20 50
. 23 50
, 14 00
, 20 00
, 12 50
. 32 50
iro plate itc
100 plate DX.
100 plate DXX
108 nlate DXXX
do da .
do do ,
do do ,
I do do .
do dq .
Hoofing IC charcoal
10x14 IC coke
20x23 IC charcoal roofing,
20x28 IC charcoal roodbg .
"in ia cnarcMl
, 28 00
. 21 00
10x2Q cote (tor gutters)...
Large pigs . ..
Small pi .,. ., -
Bar tin ,
Sheet tin 25 to 36 in
do do do ic half casks-
do do do in 250 ft casks....
sneet 24 to 35 inches per sheet
Tinners soldei (extra refined
do do No. l... ...
do do roofing-
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24...
do do do 23-
do do do 2
do do do 57
Charcoal, both sides soio the
do No 21....
no do .6 ... ........
do da 27
Juniata, No. 9t.
ao ao 20
ao do 27-
Banila perfect 7 to 12-
uo no. I, stained .
Less than fall bundles, add one cent.
"A"American immltat'n Busaia, all Not.
Leas than fuU bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to 20- . "
do " a do
do 2$ to 95-.
Full bundles discount 15 per cent,
do 10 to 12 ft
do 12Wto 100 ft
Sheathinz. 14 and IG ox.
Planished, It and 16 oz-
Nos. 7, and 9, Planished
Bolt copper -,,.,.,. ,,,, ,-
io li n4
0 to 6
No.15,W 17 18 19 20
Per bundl 15 per ecat diseoon
STttLB joanrso3r5-540 14TM ST.
PI7NDT, MEYER 4 RaAPEE, 212 FARN
HVil ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS-
moroan i qallaoher, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BAVSERMAN t CO., 247
J. J. brown 4 bro., Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr ft,
Powdered do J,
Itatcut loaf do
Standard A do
N O choice
Rio choice rr ft
do prime do .
do good Mo
O G Java
Common pr pllon...
Good uo ..... ..
do N O moUsses . ..
Rangoon choice. . ..
JI Wesk A Co
fchof era - .
Muourl Vrlley.... . .
Kirk's Savon ... -. ....
M. Wesk A Co
Kirk's standard- .....
do sterling .
Black goods, Western ..
-. 8 9
.... $3 40
do do N irgluia .....
do do Lorrrlard's
Bright do do do
do do Virginia .
Natvral eaf ......
California peches per nound
do appljs do ...-,
S.ate do do
New currants ..
do German cherries. ...........
do blackberries ......
do rasuberrips ,
do rasins pr box.... . .
do seedless rasies ler pound ..
New In bane's....
do dairy ....
S2 80a3 00
- 4 50a5 75
2 pound can Myer's oysbrs per roe-
1 do do do do do .
2 do do Wili tin's do do .
2 do do peaches do do .
3 do do d do do .
Tomatoes, 2 pound can, per ease .
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, psr case .
do Wlnslow do ....
do Yarmouth do . . ..
Strawberries, ler case
Raspberries, do do
Pineapples, do do .... .
Oolongs per pound ....
, Young II yron, per youLd ..
Gunpowder, do do ... .
Go'd Dust -,....- .-- .
XXXX Iowa City
California .. ....
Gunnies, heavy weight.....
do light do .
Burlaps, four bushel.
Dundee gunnies .
Grain bags, Anioskeg A .
do do Ludlow a a .....
Nutmegs, Pcnang best.per pound
Clove i do do ....
Alspice do do
Cinamonbark do do
$4 23a4 50
. 2 50-2 75
. 4 00al 25
. 4 75-3 09
. 6 75a7 50
. 3 50a3 75
. 5 75a 00
. 4 75a5 50
10a 1 00
. 4 73a3 00
Manufactured by the Imperial Bak-
PowderCo., Omaha, Neb.
1 ft boxes . ... -per dz 4 25
K ft boxes . . - do 2 10
Mft boxes. - . . -do 1 30
5 lb boxes. .. . do 13 5J
In bulk,pcr ft, in 23,50 and 10 ft lots 30
A. E. SIMPSON,
II. Upman ....,
La Boquet ....
bimin Pure ............
Partigas . ..
La Espanola ...
Henry Clay .......
fi M. S S5 00
CALHOUN MILLS KLOUIt.
"Wholeaale depot olS 14th Street.
Half barrel sicVs ....... 2 SO
A XI) CATTLE UHOICEU,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - TJTAn.
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
3334 exxrtLlia.xaa. St..
Bet, 13th and Uth, up stairs.
Teeth extracted withont pain, by use of 11
trous Oxide Gas.
"Office open ataU hour
J C- J-t
CABFENTEB AND BUILDER,
233 FARNHAM STREET.
J. SCHOONIYAKER & SON
PKWH1ET0E3 Or THK
Manufacturers of StrlcUy(Pure
White Lead, Bed Lead, Litharge
Putty. Colors Drj and In0il.
PURE VERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
We juarsntee our brand of StrlcUy Pure
White I ead to be free from impurities, and
will pay $50 in gold for eTery ounce of adul
liia'Jon found in this packaze.
.utr73m J. SCUOONMAEEB A EON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OB LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Zftdal of Progress, Yienna,
First Premium Clncinnattl Indus
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium Brookljn, indas
trial Exposition, 1873.
For Samples or Information address the
JTosix0L Crucible Co.,
Oreetesr Cleevelan t s't
a72m JEESEY CHY, N J.
...... "' ,.,, ..0
..." , ,, "fo "'?
"! - ".'. 12kal2j
1 7 "". Z!". :i
MM WW ... . J 37
The Popular Boute tram
Chicago ami the East!
Only Dlroot Route
Crotoe, lrmlrle Da Cttleis. Winona,
8t F-uI, Dalulb, JaueaTlIlc, KcBO
ttlia, Urrru as, ICaclup, MeTCa'a
Point. W-frrtotrii, Osti-feBSS, loa
DuLir, -satllsou aud Mllwaaave.
It Beiuj the Shortest and FUst ComMeted Line
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Constant tiuproT-m nis hare taken place in
the war of reJucinx Grade, and placing! Iron
with Steel lii,. adding to Its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAY and 8LKKP1SO CARS
Equipped with the "Westluzbouse Air Brake"
and "Miller Plat.'orm." establishing comforta
ble and commodious Kiting Houses, offering all
the comforts of trareling tte age can produce.
From '4 to lOFast Express Tralus run each
way dally orer the Tarious lines of this toad,
thus securing to the trareler selecting this
route sure andrertain counecUon- in aay di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOUKI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C.ty, Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT-lARSUALLtorSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT tEDAIl BAPID4 for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne, Dun'elth, Prai
rie du Cblen, J-a crosse, ana all points on tne
Chlcsgo, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FUuTON for Freeport. Bacine Milwau
kee and all point in Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway linsa leading
oat of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities iU this
line can be procured, and any lnformat on ob
tained, concerning ltonte, Bates, etc, at the
Company's office. -18 Farnham street, Omaha,
and also at the pi incipal TIcketOl&ce along the
line ol the U.P. B.K.
s3-Bjggage checked through to all principal
W.H.STENNETT, MABVIN HUGHITT.
Gen'l Passng'r Ag't. Gen. Kup'L,
J. II. LACEY, C G. EDDY,
Ticket Ag'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 line to
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHAMGE i cars between Omaha and St.
Louis ana bitore between OMAHA
ana HcW YOBK.
This the Only -.Ine running a
PULI.7IA!1! SLEEPING OAK EAST
FHU8I OMAHA, OX AHRlVAb
OF TUB UXIOX PACIFIC
-WPasscngers taking other routes uare a
disagreeable transfer at the Birer Station.
PASSENGKIl TRAINS DA1LT I
EA3TEEH AND WE3TESS CITIES
With Less Changes and In adrince of other
Tliis Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cats,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Weatinghouae
B3"See that your ticket read tU
Karma City, S', Joiepb -t Coaaell
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
JOS.TEHON, GEO. L. BRADBURY,
Pass. Agt. Gen'l Agent.
. F. BARNARD, A. C. DAWES,
Gen'l Sopt. Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
St. Joseph. St. Joseph,
3 TRAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. LOUIS WITH
Pnllman Palace Cars
THROUGH WITHOUT CHAUGE
Arrir-l of Tr-ics from tie Wmt
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
N. K. corner rourtU Cateatsimt sta.,
SI.Loala, and attbe Prtaaclawl aUU
way Oko In tUe treat.
CHAS. BA.BCOCS, C. E. ECSSELL,
S'tl.rn Pass. Ag't, West'n Pass. AgL
Dallas. Texas. SUxt-j Cmr,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Gen'l Pass. Ag' L
a9tf IxDLor-roLU. St. Locu.
EstabliHraed in 1851.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
TiLos. ISUlm dk Sro.,
Jfaehlaea, Hoalds. Ie Cie
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
PHTr.APET.PRT A, PA.
JJ npoa aBpUeaUoa.
Chicago, Bock .Island
and Pacific B. B.
THE QRAND CENTRAL BOUTE FBO-C
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Dea Moines, DaTenport and Bock Island,
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
WoTWQUOCJ Patext Aut BsikE3 and
-filler's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leare Bally,
Connecting as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lor Oakaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonis.
AT GUINNELL with the Centra Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBEHTY with the Burllnirton.
Cedar Bapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Bapids, Dubuque A St.
Paul, At WILTOX JUNCTION with the
South-Western nranch, for Muscatine.
'Washington and all points south.
AT DA YEN POUT with the Uatenport A SL
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT KOCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freep-ut, Beloit, lUcIne. Mil
waukee and all points In northern Illinois
AT ROCX ISLAND with the Rocklord, &&
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Bock
Island Railroad for Peoria an I points east.
AT BUREAU JUKC with branch, for Hen.
ry. Latere, Cblllicothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Ball
road for point sort h and south.
AT CHICAGO with 11 lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
Via this line, can ha nrornr.! n! an- infor.
mailon obtained, concerning i-oints. at the
ticket office of thecompanr. Hi Farnhsm St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket oSces
along the line of the U. P. K. .
aUsrcmc Checked Tkronxh to all
Prlsselssal Eaatera Potuta.
A. M. SMITH,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
J. H. LACEY,
Gen'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
Depot for the sale df his
M. KITTiTiTTiR eft Co.,
Corner.of Bat'ery and WashIngtonSts.
ALU. J. LEQOAT.
NATll'L C. 1IUD50M.
VM. It. IIVD30M
J A3. U. BCTLEB
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Leggat. Hudson & Co.,
Manufacturers of eTery arau o
Fin Cut Cnowing
Our Special Brands:
All Our Tobaccos Strictly Waranted.
OFFICE AND SAI.1CSROOX
Cor. Second & "Vine Streets,
flit. XlO-a-LiCB 0a-Co.
Ctiifl Eaat or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.B.B., should take th
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure (or themselres the choice of Six
Ateklsea to Chicago St. Louis,
All making Sellable Connections and being
Efiipp. wlti F-laos Day tad fflMplir Can.
All delay and Inoonrralenca arrlTinz from
Ferries acd transfer can bo aroided West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Ticketn Tia
ATCHISON aad Use ATCHISON
Direct and Bellable Connections are also made
irita the A- T. A S. . B. B. for the
Great ArkA-uuu Taller k Colorado,
And with all Uses running South to points In
Southern g," and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Ticket. tU
LINCO-., & ATCHISON
CHAS. CLSUITH, W. F. WHITE
Gen'l Sopt. Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
I-29U AfUSM. Kaau
", -,-Tnr av
LO"W ireservoir: j
AS WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASON 3
why ther will do your work.
Quick and Easv,
Chea) and Clean.
Ill They are chej pest to boy,
They are bwi to uie,
4 They bake errnly and quickly,
Their operation Is pertet,
Jp They have always a good draft,
-.yasa The j are made of the bestntaterlal
-i They roast perfectly,
s They reiuire but Utile fuel,
iney are Tery jow priced,
They are easily managed.
They are suited to all localities.
QB Krery store guaranteed to giTesatUtactloa.
Excelsior Man'fg Co.,
ST. LOUIS, M0.,
VLBBB-LTl a BB-i
Or Sagar-Coatc, CoBceatmti,
Root and Herbal Jalce, Aati
Blllon Grannies. THE M LITTZ-K
giant" CATHARTIC or Maltam
la Parvo Pttyalc.
Tho novelty of modern Medlc-i, Chemical tad
Pharmaceutical Science. No use of any longer
taking the large1, rcpulslrc and naueeous pil-t.
roapo4cd of cheap, crude, and balky ingredient,
trheu wo can by a careful application or chemical
rclencc. extract all the cathartic and .other Biedl.
cinal properties from the most valuabia roots and
herba, ana ronrentrsto thea into a solaata Gran
ale. acarcely larxer tbaa a -Maatarst
aeed, that can be readily vrallowed by thove ol
the moitsenslUro stomachs and fastidious taste.
Eachtltilo Purgatlvo follet represent?; in
mo!t concentrated form, as much cathartic power
as Is embodied in any of the largo pill found for
rale la the drag shops. From their wonderfal c.
tharticpoweriln pitnortioa to their flze, peocK
who havo not tried them aro apt to aapposo that
they are harsn or dratic ta effect, bat such U not
at all the case, .he different active acdiclnal prla.
clplesof which they are composed beinj to bar
monized and modied. one by the others, U ta
prodaco a moat scai-chlna snd thor-
500 Reward U hereby offered by the pro
prietor of ,hcse l'cllcw. to any chemist 'who.
upon analysis, vilt find in them an Calomel or
other form of mercury ot any other mitral
Belnc; entirely vegetable, bo feartfc-Ur
care Is .-eiialrcd whilo using them. They ope
rate without disturbance to the constitution, diet;
or occupation. r'orrnBiidlce.IIeadacae,
Constipation. Impure Hlooelt Pala
Iu tho Nhoulders- Tlgsfiaesa ot ha
CbcKt, OIzzlucss, Sour raetatteas
ot tho tomacl, Bad taste la
otolith, Uillous attacks, Pala la
reglou ot Kidneys, Internal rawer
Illoatcd toellHX about Stomcna
Ituala of Blood to Head, HI xa Col
ored Urine, Unaocia-UH'T aad
Gloomy s-'orobodlans, take Dr.
Pierce's PIcaaautPurajatlwo Pellets.
In explanation of tho rcmcdlalpower of my rur-
ritive relicts ovcrro prat avadcty of diseases,
wish tosay that their action apoa ta
animal economy Is aatTersal, aotss,
gland or tlBsuocscapiaa; their tana.
tivo Imprcfi. Aje does not Impair thcia;
their B-sr-co-tinR'acd being enclosed In glass
with the r found in tne arag stores, pui up ta
cheap k(I cr paitc-bc-rd boxes. Recollect than.
fjrc'i c!io3cs where a aOaxatlwo, Altera
(Iro or I'tiratlvo U Indicated, theed Uttlaj
Teilcts will r'uc the most perfect aatUf-cUoa ta
icy aro nold by all cnterprlsiaJT
Druggists at as cents a bottle.
Do cot allow any drnjr;lst to Indcco toi to
take unj thing: eli that he may ay ia Jasi as
rood aj my relied because ho mate a target
Sroflt on that whi'h ho recommends. Tf your
rnrl t cannot supply them, enclose S3 cents
and iccctM them oy return mall from i
B. V. riEJiCJC, 3T. 3., Proper,.-
i- JJC-TALO, N. Xi
ASK FOE PYLE'S
-BUST X-NT TTfll-a
Sold by rundt, Meyer A Baapkeand Whitney,
Banserman A Co
East ZndliL Good,
213 and 313 FROST 8TKKBT
SanFranci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for the
U. P. R. R LANDS,
Colu2abu5, - STob,
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold!
Laprored Farms aad Towb Eats far
ON LONG- TIMEIJ
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