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ALL ABOUT A DEAD-BEAT.
How Hall Made a Hani Out of
Waterloo, Iowa A Bit of
(From the Waterloo. Ia.. Courier.l
It was announced several weeks
-ince by the newspapers of this city
that one J. H. Hall, of Dea Moines,
had purchased 30,000 worth of
stock of the Waterloo Agricultural
"Works, and he was to be a grand
accession to the town. He came
representing himself as part owner
of the school-desk factory at Des
Moines, and proposed to purchase a
$30,000 interest in our agricultural
works, to paj one-half in hand, in
furniture, stock, etc., at Des Moines,
and the balance to be paid in cash
yearly payments as tbe stock was
paid up, according to the rules of
the association. The company
sent one ot its members, Mr. Pond,
to Des Moines, to takeaninventory
of the stock. Ho went to Des
Moines, made the invoice, and re
ported everything satisfactory. Mr.
Hall came" to "Waterloo, inspected
the works, .-ent out men to buy
lumber, was mado president of the
company ; had his boots blackened
twice a day, patronized the most
fashionable barber, took rooms at
Swift's Hotel, rented an elegant
residence, bought the furniture and
nionn fnnil rf!lVi hl.4 llOte fof it!).
talked glibly of his interest in the
enterprise, and everything looked
lovely for a time ; but in the mean
time the goods from Des Moines
tailed to arrive, and somebody
thought they smelt a very large
mouse. A sample of his de&ks and
about $100 worth of patterns came
throuch all right, but the balance
did not appear.
Letters of inquiry orougui uie
news from Des Moines that the
reason Mr. Hall did not forward the
goods he had sold was because he
did not own them ! Well, that was
an eye opener. That fact leaked
out, and about the same time
(that was over a fortnight ago) it
seems that Jiall nail gone over
tt nhinnirn on business and
had forgotten to return, and he isn't
here yet, and wnat's more, ue is
not likely to be here for some days
in romp. though several centlemen
in Waterloo would like to see him.
Indeed, they would give something
fr tho imvileso of an interview.
But Hall is a forgetful cuss. He is
ungrateful, too. rota man uere
has his photograph nay, not even
n IrvL- nt ins iiioiiue iinir rciiiuiu
as a sweet memento of his presence.
Nothing is left ot iiaii outnissig
nnturn tn fprfin drafts and notes.
and they do not afford that degree
of sunshine consolation the true
lover finds in scanning the lines
traced by tne near uepaneu.
Hall is a dead-beat. There is a
mourning here over his departure.
He has passed to that bourne from
whence the dead-leat never returns.
In tho classlo language of JimFisk,
iWV nrnnn vliprr the woodbine
-. ej -
tirinnth " T make a lonir storv
short, Hall saw Waterloo, liked the
town, and concluded he'd buy it.
He did buy a small slice, but has
"sold" the whole city at a smnn
minfin TT lwrrowed S6.000 of the
First National Bank, giving a note
with a gootl intlorser, ana turning
nnf iiw afrwk in the agricultural
works to the indorser, for the use of
his name. Thus the oanK is secure,
but the indorser is out, and 1-all is
ahead $3J000 on that transaction.
He swindled a firm well known
here out of $75, by a dishonored
draft on a Des Moines bank. He
rented I. M. Hay's resideqpp, and
boujrht the nirntturo In the house
for which he gave his note (Hay
will sell It at a discount); he omitted
to pay his last week's board bill,
and now "where is Hall?" is just
what several of our people would
i;l- ( knnir. Hall won't tell where
he Is, and no one knows his wherea
bouts. Tho agricultural works are
about $100 ahead, for his $30,000 in
stock is not good unless the other
half is paid up. Hall made over
$3,000 by His Waterloo trip, aim uas
nmliablv troiie tii creater fields of
labor, If there aro any such.
He Is a success as a promoter oi
manufacturing dead-beat enter
nrises. This is not his first eflort.
About a year ago he operated in
Morris, 111., where the people gave
him a bonus of $6,000 to start a
school-desk factory. He did so, and
"done" the town, too. He pur
chased the machinery on time, set
the works to moving, and then
slipped out of Morris, owing his
bankers, his landlord, the merchants
and his workmen. Ho was for
merly In company with a man by
the name of Barns, in Chicago, in
the school-desk business. Went
from there to Morris, from thence
to Des Moines, from the latter place
to Waterloo, and all this within
twelve months. Where the fellow
will turn up next, the ancient Har
ry only knows. Probably some fine
morning some Ihnd or Jake or
Ocean, it may be, will turn
up here from Michigan, Indiana,
or KentucKy, aim uemana an
invoice of Mr. Hall's interest in
the Waterloo Agricultural Works,
and if as shrewd as the man sent
from Waterloo to take an invoice at
DiS Moines, our people must take
warning or the whole concern will
be shipped awaj' from them before
they know it. Take it all around,
this Hall affair is a bold, unblush
ing fraud, and the people of Water
loo are beginning to lie a little shy
of making investments with stran
gers. Hall is a sandy-whiskered,
full-faced Englishman, fat and
ohubby. polite as a candidate for
constable, smooth-tongued as a ru
ral actioueer, cool as a cucumber,
self-possessed as a rat in a meal-tub,
and owns an interest in three school
desk factories. It recognized by
this description, box him up tight,
direct him to the "Agricultural Im
plement Works," Waterloo, Iowa,
C. O, D., ami no questions asked.
"She wai Yenng, She was Fair,
and ike Scrambled her hair."
(J. Rateman Smith, in a NuhTille raer.)
He was young, he was fair, and
he parted his hair, like the average
beau, in the middle; he was proud,
but the truth must be told, he play
ed like a fiend on the fiddle. But
aside from this vice, he was every
thing nice, and his heart was so
loving mid tender, that he always
turned pale when hu trod on tfte
tall of the cat lying down by the
fender. He clerked Jn the store,
and the way that ho tore off calico,
jeans, and brown sheeting, "would
have tickled a calf and make
the brute laugh in the face
fif a quarterly meeting. He
out qujte a dash with a dar
ling mustache." 'which he learned
to adore and to cherish j fur
one girl had said, while she dropped
her proud head, ,that 'twould kill
her to see the thing perish. On a
Sunday he'd search the straight
road to church, unheeding the voice
pf tbe scorner; and demure he sat,
ik a yqung tabby cat, with the
saints In theTfaicainen pomer, Ie
sang like a bird, and his sweet
oke MTas heard fairly tugging
away at long metre ; and we speak
but the truth when we say that this
youth could outsing a hungry mus
qulter. She was young, she was fair, and
& "CliSWed her hair like the av
erage belle of the city; shgwas
proud, but not bold, yet thffTruth
must be told that the way she
chewed wax wa3 a pity. But aside
from this vice, she was everything
nice, and the world much applauded
her bustle; and the Fayettevllle
boys, being charmed by the noise,
walked miles just to hear the thing
rustle. She cut quite a
swell, did this wax-chewing belle,
and the men flocked in armies to
meet her ; but she gave them the
shirk, for she loved the young
clerk, who sang like a hungry mus
qulter. She hemmed and she
hawed, and she sighed and she
chawed until her heart and jaws
were both broken ; then she walked
by his store, while lie stood at the
door awaiting some amative token.
She raised up her eyes with apretty
surprise and tried to enact the proud
scorner; but to tell the plain truth
she just grinned at the youth who
loved the devout amen corner.
The Immigration from Russia to
The Eastern Budget of May saj-s:
Gen. Totleben, the defender of Se
bastopol, has been sent by the Em
peror of Russia on a mission to the
Mennonites with the object of de
terring them from emigrating to
America. It appears that the Em
peror intended from the first to
grant special privileges to the mem
bers of this sect with regard to the
new military service law; but
that his intentions were
misunderstood by the officials,
and that the Mennonites conse
quently determined to emigrate.
The concessions now offered them
are more extensive than those made
by Prussia under the similar cir
cumstances. The Mennonites in
Prussia were simply drafted in the
sanitary branches of the army,
while in Russia they are to be em
ployed exclusively in military hos
pitals, specially set apart lor the
members of their sect.
A farmer was walking with a
friend through a beautiful meadow,
when he chanced to observe a thistle
growing thriftly on the opposite
side of the fence. Immediately he
sprang over and cut it off close to
the ground. "Is that your field,"
asked the other. "Oh, no, but bad
weeds don't care much for fences.
If I should leave that thistle
to blossom in my neighbor's
field I should soon have plenty
of my own." His answer may
serve as a hint to fathers and moth
ers. It is of importance to them
how their neighbor's children turn
out. Heart weeds care less than
thistles for boundary fences. Boj's
and girls who go the same schools,
or who live in the same neighbor
hood, catch man3' a trait from each
other. It is our duty, as well as our
interest, to do what we can for the
benefit of our neighbor's children.
Montana, following in the wake
of California and Colorado, has also
its gold fever stage. A year ago
discoveries of gold in paying quan
tities, on the Yellowstone and its
tributaries, were made, and from
time to time since then reports
have reached us of new prospect..
At last acccounts the excite
ment seems to have centered in
the Tongue River Valley, and thith
er several expeditions have started
armed with needle-guns and other
artillery, and abundance of grape
and shell. The first discoverer took
$5.00 of coarse gold from eleven
pans of dirt. Some two or three
hundred fortune hunters are either
at, or on their way to Tongue
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Honey and Commito.
Office OSaha Daily Bee,
May 29, 1874. J
There is no important change in
the situation of monetary or com
mercial affairs. The cooler weather
to-day had a tendency to stimulate
trade in retail lines and merchants
are accordingly more cheerful. Col
lections are easily made in the city,
and country remittances come in
promptly, which shows a plentitude
of money for legitimate business
There is a decided increase in re
ceipts of country produce from day
to day as the season advances,
and some uneasiness is exhibited on
the part of consignees who are fear
ful that tho market may become
glutted, and compell them to sacri
fice the interests of country patrons
in making sales. Staple goods of
all kinds are steady at quotations.
CaretuUr. Correcttd !DaU j
j. j. brown & bbo., Cor. 14th and
Garner A Co
Ererett O O
do 9- , i i.
d 10-1 ..-
Indian Head!.... .-
PeppereU E fine........... ....-
So B fine-
ao -i .......
Putt man A A....
A moskcag ...... . .......
Keanarge satin -..............
Btarer Creek A A......-.. .......
Hap Maker, blue.... ....
India, B B blue and brown ......
New York, B
Otis, B B . ......
Otis, C C . . ... .
Warren BB .. .- .
Androftcogging 1-2 a a
do do L
do B 4-1 .
Fruit of the Loom .
do do do 100 .
Hew York Mills.
Amoskeag, ac a ...- 28
do A... 23
Conestoga, A'Pre 1 25
do B 27
do God Medal 20
kurtz mohr & Co., 231 Famham
Clark's O. N. T
.$ wgi oo
3 00(36 00
Ottoman strips . ..
White common. .
$2 25QG 50
' custom made..
Percale . . ...
Brown drill. ..... ..
1 757 50
. $6 50a7 25
N7 5a9 00
. 7 00a7 50
- 8 00a9 50
dnck... . . . .
8 009 60-
French whalebone ....
Oar own ...
,f5 25a8 00
J. C. Rosenfeld gives us the
following quotations this day :
Butter, active, choice roll 1518;
Eggs, brisk, 11 ; Apples, 8 008 50
per barrel; Live Chickens in de
mand from 3 002 23 per dozen;
Turkeys, 6 00 ; Oranges and Lemons
are advancing, Oranges 8 50 per
box, Lemons 9 OOper box.
JOH.V T. EDOAE.
Horse shoe bar...
Norway nail rod .....
Cast plow. .
American casn. octaeon and snuare - 1W 22
Jess p'a English da do 25 10
Burden's horse shoes, per keg .. 7 25
do mule do do ...... 8 25
Northwestern horse nails 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 15 ptr cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
10d to C0I per keg.,
3d fine do
lOd finis'ng do
fld do do
6d do do
10J casing do
8d do do
6J do do
Wrought, all sizes
Carriage and tire... discount
Narrow wrought, fart joint discount
Cast, loose pin TeTenible da
Hay and auanure forks. .discount
Hoes and garden rakes do
Strap and T discount
Tail's black discount
Coe'a imuitatlon do
Coe's genuine. do
H Holt's Ha.TestKIng.perdoz, net-
Champion - ,--, ,-
Heald's Eureka ,.,
do Tf1 ,.., ..,, ,
SPACES A!in SHOVM.
Bowlind'aNo2 Mack sooreU, D li
do do polished do do
do do black spades do
Moon do polished do do
do's "spring point" L H shards
da do do beTefed
Parke's No I, iron box .net
ao aotuij oo
da do 23 Union inl
eo do 35 do BHt.nl.
HanrraTe.SsalthA Co., discount
American File Co do
Maydole'a, A E No 1, ljf, 2
Hammond's. A E. No S ,
uo uu oo
do Inilnter's No 1.
do da do 2 .
da do do 3.
MmtW aUafUacNo I
do mafav do I
Buffalo S. sole 9 A
Hemlock SL sole No 1 .
do do No 2 .
do do dam,
do span sole good
do do dam.,
Oak sole $ tt;
Fell calf Jodots pr dr..
Other brands different wt, pr lb
French kip pr lb ....
Dry flint pr ft ..
Dry salted . .
Green salted ...
Jan. and Feb, pelts. ...
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 126 3-4; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Olire, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 505 1-4 ; German Mot
led. 6 l-4aG 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in Gne 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
6015c; 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 rdditional foot, 75c per
Union md all wool terry, per yard
1 5003 jO; 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. 2
Sublect to change of market without notice.
WM. M. TOSTER,
On U. P. E. R. track bet. Farnham ami Doug
las. GEO. A. HOAGLAND.
Joists, studding and sills, 20 It, and nn M
Orer 20ft, each additional ft add'l.
.- 15 00
. . 30 00
,. 24 00
Fencing No 1
do ko Z...
1st common boards
2nd do do
"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch.
"B" do do do do
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, ljf. s d 2 inch
2d do do do do
3d do do do do ......
Flooring, clear..... ......... .
do 1st common. ...
do 2d do ....
do 3d do ......... .......
do narrow, clear
1st clear celling J4 Inch .........
2d do do Inch....
1st do do Ji Inch.....
2d do do inch......
1st clear siding....
2d do do ...
1st common siding....
21 do do ........
"A" shingles ..... .......
Extra No 1 shingles .
Common No 1 sh ngles ..
Lath per 1000..
D A H pickets eer 100..
Square do do do ....-
OG Batten per lineal f
Rough do do do .........
35 per cent off Chicago list.
25 pei cent off CI icago list.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl
LoniarUle cement per bbl
Plaster parts per bbl. .
Plastering hair per bushel.
Plastering board... ...........
.Jl 752 00
. 3 003 25
.. 3 50(43 75
OILS. PAISTi, GLASS, &c.
N. I. D.SOLOMON.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
Coal Oil- S 19
Linseed Oil, raw. 105
" bl'd- 1 10
Headlight OU 28
uu-a oil, No. 1. $ $0
" " " 2 70
' " winter! M
" "straln'dj w
W. Va. (
White Lead, St. Louis, Srtlctly Pure f 1154
Fancy Brands.. 94
Putty In Bladders..
" ' Bulk Y
Enameld Glass, colors, f! sq. ft. 1 00
Flat Glas. 50 c discount
TIN, SHEET-IRON. WIRE, C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 IC, fair quality..
10x14 Ic, best quality.
10x14 IX do do ,
12x1210 do do -12x12
IX do do .
11x20 IC do do ..
14x20 IX do do ..
14x20 IXX do do .
14x20 IXXX do
UO plate DC
100 plate J) X.
100 plate DXX
do do ,
do do .
do do .
I do do .
do do .
Booting IC charcoal
uoonng ia. ao
10x14 IC coke
20x23 IC charcoal roofing.
20x28 IC charcoal roofing
, 27 50
, 32 50
. 28 00
e4x!4 IX charcoal
10x20 coke (for gutters).
Small pigs . ...
Bar lln ,,
Sheet tin 25 to 36 in
do do do
ic half casks
in 250 ft casks.
do do do
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet...
dinners soiaei (extra rennea.
ao ao no. i
do do roofing
First quality, Numbers 18 to 24
do do do 15 -
do do do 26.
do do do 17.
Charcoal, both sides sniothe
do No 24
do do 16
do do 27
Juniata, Ko. 24
uo ao 26
do do 27.
Russia perfect 7 to 12.
ao ao. I, stained-
Less than full bundles, add one cent.
"A" American lmmltat'n Russia, all Nos.
Leas than f uU bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to SO . list
do 21 tnTt An
do 25 to Vt H"
do r , do
do 28 , i, do
ruUbundlesclscount 13 per cent
Braziers B to
do 10 to 12 ft
do 12tto 100 ft.
- . -zzr
:, i sod is oc.
i-ianunea, H ana ! ox .
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, Planished.
10 11 UK 12
Noa. 0 to 6 8,8.9
Nos. 15.W 17 18 19 20
Perbuadls 15per reatdiacoiut
ffTEXL-e v jomraor 53t-549 14nr st.
PIINDT, MEYER RAAPKE, 212 FARN
H VM ST.. WHOl E3ALE DEALERS
MORGAN i GALLAGHER, 205 Fam-
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN i CO., 247
J. j. bp.own & bro.. Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr ft.
Powdered do i
Clashed do ..
Rstcut loaf do
Standard A do ..
Circle A do
Yellow C da
N O choice do .
Elo choice pr ft.
do prime du
do good )do .
O G JaTa
Common f r gallon.
do N O znoLusii-
M Weak 4 Co.
Missouri Vrl!7 6i&
Kirk's Saron ...
M. Wesk A Co a7J
Kirk's standard l?i
do sterling . lals
Blackgocdi, Western .. 13
do do Virginia 15j50
do do Lorrrlard's wi
Bright do do do . 5765
do do Virginia 60a5."
Nat-ral eaf 7505
California peehes per Dound...
.Ia n ....I .. ,1.
S.ato do do
do prunes .. ...
do uerman cneiries. .
do blackberries - ....
do rasuberries. .
do raslus pr tox.. . ..
do seedless rasies per pound
New in barrels.....-... ..
do dairy .....
1 do do do do da
2 do do Wlllim's do do ,
2 do do peaches do do .
3 do do d do do
Tomatoes, ' pound cans, per rasa ,
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, per case
do Window do ................
do Yarmouth do .....
Strawberries, per case
Raspberries, do do ...
Pineapples, do do ....,
Oolongs per pound...
Young Uyron, per yound
Gunpowder, do do .....
S2 80a3 00
.$1 25a4 50
. 2 50u2 75
.. 4 00a4 25
.1 75a5 09
.. 3 50.13 75
. 5 73i 00
. 1 75a5 50
XXXX Iowa City .
, 4 75a5 00
Gunnies, heaTy weight... 13(319
do light do nlS
Burlaps, four bushel ..... !Sal9
Dundee gunnies ... 18
Grain bags, Amoskeg A ... 30a31
do do Ludlow a a.... ......... 34V35
Nutmegs, Penang best,per pound. . 1 33al 41
Clove t do do CO
Alspice do do ISa.O
Qnacion bark do do .. 33j4
Manufactured by tbe Imperial Bak-
PowderCo., Onialia, Neb.
1 ft boxes
y. ft boxes
hi ft boxes......
5 ftboxrs .
In bulk.itr ft, in 25,50 and 10J ft lots
A. E. SIMPSON,
H. Upmac... .........
Universal . . .
La Boquet .....
Partigas... . -
Yours Truly.. .....
La Espanola . ..
S .'5 00
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUJt.
Wholesale depot 543 14tU Street.
Half barrel sicks 2 SO
AMU CATTLE. BROKEll,
ALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH.
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
234 EA.zr7ti3a.AXs3. St.
Bet. 13th and 11th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use of M-
trous Oxide Gas.
ajVOffice open stall hour
CAEPENTEB AND BUILDER,
23C FARNHAM STREET.
J. SCHOONMAKER & SON
PE0PBIET0E3 OK TIIK
Manufacturers of Str!ctlyf.Pur
White Lead, Red Lead, Litharge
Puttj. Colors Drj and lu'Oil.
PURE VERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
We guarantee our brand of StrlcUy Pure
White l ead to be free from impurities, and
will pay $50 in gold for erery ounce of adul
laja'Jon found in this packaze.
siartSm J. SCHOONMAKER A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Xrdal of Progress, Tieaaa,
First FressuasB Claclanatli Iadu
trial Fair, 1873.
First rreiara Brooklja iadas
trial ExpesltloB, 1873.
Far Pamples or I jformatioB address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes. Cleevelan c a't
jtffe sJERE? CITY, $ J.
. 8 9
3E-t . VTTjsTJC.A.Tr.
The Popular Route from
Chicago and the East!
Oxxly XJiroot Xloute
CrtMse, l'ralrlo Du Chleu. WlMOuav,
St. PmuI, Ualuth, JannTtllr, Kcbs
itlia, Uma :. Haclar. Htevess'si
Point, W-.l-rtowu, OsbWesds, Foss
DaLic, Mfidlaoia and Mlliraulte.
It Bing tbe Shortest and FList Comoleted Line
OMAHA and CHIC AGO,
Constant improT-ra nts hare taken place In
the way of rolucluj; Grade, and placing Iron
with Steel Ralls, adding to" its rolling stock
DAY stud 8LEKP1XO CARS
Equipped with the "Westlnebouse Air Brake"
and "Jiiller Platform," establishing comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses, offering aU
the comforts of tra-eUng the age can produce.
From a to 10 Fast Express Tralua run each
way daUr ore the Taxious lines ot this road,
thus securing to the traTeler selecting this
route sure anu certain rouuuuu a mm j ..
nxtlon he may wish.to go.
. i. ie?nTTDT VITTCV TTTVfTTtn?- for
Siour C.ty, Yankton and poIuU reached Tia
Siour City and Pacific railroad.
ATORAND JONCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Molues. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSH ALL for St. Paul, Mloneapo.U,
Dulutb, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDd for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne, Dun'eith, Prsi
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and aU points on the
Chicsgo, Clinton and Dubuque, nd Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FUuTONforFreeport. Racine Milwau
kee and all points in Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities Tla this
line can be procured, and any informat on ob
tained, concerning Route, Rates, etc., at the
Company's office. 213 Fsrnham street, Omaha,
and also at the principal TicketOmces along the
lineof theU. P.R.R- , ...,,
awBaggage decked through to all principal
WlffsTENNETT, MARVIN nUGIHTT.
Gen'I Passng'r Jlg't. Gen. Sup't.
J. H.LACEY. C. G. EDDY,
Ticket Ag!, Omaha. Gen'I Agt Omaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dlro Hue to
AND THE EAST. FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CIIA3GE A car between Oman snd at.
Louis ana b it ot e lwtween OMAHA
ana xr.W YORh-
This the Only -.lae running a
PULI.rIA- 81,EKPISfO OAU EAST
FRU OMAHA, ON AllKIVJaU
OP THE UNION PACIFIC
EXPRESS TUA IN,
sWPas3cnKers taking othet routes uare-a
disagreeable transfer at the Kirer Station.
PASSEXElt TWAINS DA1LT I
EA3TEBN AND WE3TEBS 0ITIE8
With Less Changes and In adrince of other
Tills Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouso
s-See that your tickets read Tla
Kansas) City, S Joseph Coauell
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADBURY,
. F. BARNARD,
A. C DAWES,
Gen'I Pass. Agt.,
E -A- S T.
O TEAINS DAILY !
" LEAVE ST. -LOUIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UGH WITHODT OHAHGE
Arriral of Trains from ti Watt
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
f . E. corsser Foartls - Clscaijsat U.,
HI.Loala, sad at Use Priaclywl BaU
wsy OsBcca tat taa Vart.
CHAS. BABCOCK, a E. RUSSELL,
S'ttern Pass. Att, West'n Pass. Ag"t.
Dallas. Texas. sTansn Cirr,
JOHN E. SI5IPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'I Supt., Gen'I Pass. Aat,
S29tf I5DIAXAPOL1S. St. Locis.
Established in 1851.
XT Zllt SBCt. isTJJtCsai
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Tbos. ICills dk Bfo
JCaeniaes, asaUt, lea Crcs
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
Geo. M. Mills,
Clucago, Bock Island
and Pacific E. B.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, DaTenport and Rock Island.
AU Passenger Trains are equipped with the
MTEs-riSGUOl'SK Patent Aik BattfES and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains LeaTe Daily,
Connecting as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Molne Valley
Railroad, lor Oskaloou, Otiumws, Keokuk
snd St. Lonis.
AT GltlNNKLL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Kaplds A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Kaplds, Dubuque A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western nranch. for Muscatine,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Ia-euport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT HOCK. ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freeport, Beloit. Kaclne. Mil
waukee and all points In northern Illinois
AT ROCK ISLASD with the Rocktord, Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
Island Railroad for hum and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC.. with branch, for Hen
ry, Latere, Chllllcotha and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points north and south.
AT CHICAGO with il lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
Tia this line, can be procured, and any Infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket oSce of tho company, 123 Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket offices
along the lineof the U. P. R. U.
Basjrsratje Checked Throngls to all
Frtaelpal Kaatersa Point.
a. M. 8M1TH,
J. H. LACET,
a23tf Omaha ,
Gen'I Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
Depot for the sale of his
X. SEXiX-SRi & Co.,
Corner.of Bat'.ery and Washlustoa.Sts.
ALEX. J. LEOOAT.
NATU'L C. UUDSO.f.
WJt. It. IIUDIOS
JAi. O. BUTLCS
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Leggat, Hndson & Co.,
Manufacturers of erery arau o
Fino Cut Chewing
Our Special Brands:
FINK CUTS I
All Oar Tobaccos Strlctlj Waranted.
OFFICE A.f D NALKMROOJC
Cor. Second & Vine Streets,
flit. Xaoula Mo,
Going East or South from Omaha
And PoInUon U.P.B.B., should Uke th
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for themselves the choice of Six
Jatcalsea to Cklcaffu aad St. Louis,
All making Bellable Connections and being
Equipped wit Palacs Day and Bleeplag Can.
All dtlar and Inconvenience arrlrlnr from
Ferries acd transfers can be arolded est of
Chlcafo and 8t. Louis by securing Ticket! Tla
ATCHISOBT aad the ATCHISUS
Direct and Sellable Connections are also made
wlti tb A. T. A 9. F. E. B. for the
Great Axkamsu Tallej k Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tia
LINCOL ic ATCHISON
W. F. WHITE
Gen'I Pass. Ag'U
S WE HAVE TELXE (MOD REASONS
V why Uiev will do your work.
Quick and Easv,
Chea-") and Clean.
Ill They arecbejpest to buy,
asasral They are beat to use,
df Ther bate evenly and quickly,
"r Their oi-eration Is perfect,
J They hare always a good draft,
asaa They are made of the best material
sssj They roast perfectly,
ts They retjulre but Utile fuel.
iney are xery low pneeu.
They aro easily managed.
They are suited to all localities.
QQ ETery stoTeguaranteeUtogiTeaatUfAction.
Excelsior Man'l'g Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Or Sagar-Coaiod, ConccntratcIt
Root and Herbal Julco, Antl
nillons Granules. THE LITTI.E
CIAXT" CAXILUtTIC or Maltaia
la Par vo Physic.
Tho novelty of modem 3'cdicai. Chttnlcal anJ
Pharmaceutical Science No use of sny longer
U'ilni; tbo larse. rcpulsirc and nauseous pUU,
coaiposcd of cheap, cmia, nnd bulky tnedicnt.
tvhcu we can by a carefjl application or chemical
science, extract nil tho cathartic and other medl.
cinal properties frora the most valuabio roots anJ
hcrbj, sua conrcntrata them into a minute Gran.
ma. scarcely larger tlian a muatard
ccI that can do readily swallowed by thoso ol
the most sensitive nomactu and fastidious tastes.
Eacalittlo Purcativo Pellet represent?, in a
moJt concentrated form, as much cathartic power
as is cmbodicU in any of the largo pills found for
sale la the dng Bhops. From their wonderful ca
thartic power. In proTOrttori to their size, people
who have not tried them aro apt to mppco ttaS
t!u'y are harsa or drastic in effect, but such Is not
at all the caje. he diflVrcat ectlvo aediclnal prin
ciples or which they aru composed betas so har
monized and modllcd. one by tho others, as to
produce a moat noarrlilnir and tlior
P500 RoTTanTH hereby offered by tho pro
prietor of ihcse Pellet, to any chcmUt who,
upon analrnU, v!U find in them ant Calomel or
other forus of mercury oi any other mineral
care is .-equin-d while u-tn; them. They ope
rate without disturbance to tho confutation, diet,
oroccupatlon. For Jaundice, Headache,
ConHtlpntlou, Innuro Itlood, Palis
lu tho Shoulders", Tigutiics of the)
Client, IllzziucHt, Sour Eructations
of tho Mumacli. Had iato lu
uiouth. lillloua attneks. Pain In
region of ICIdnej-H, Internal rower,
Uloatcd fcolins nbout Stomach
IIuhu or RIood to Head, High Col
ored Crlnc, Uiisoclaljlllty utt
filoomr ForcbodluKsi, take Dr.
Pierce's) PIcaMtul Pnruatlvo Pollets.
la explanation or the remedial power of my Tur-
fitlve Pellets ovcrto prcat aTarlcty or diseases.
wUhtosaythattholr action upon the
animal economy Ii universal, not
Rlaud or tissue CHcapIntr their ana
llve Impress, Ai;e docs cot Impair them,
their ettzar-coatlnpfand being enclosed in glae
bnttles prcserte their tirtuen unimpaired for anr
le"th of time. la any climate, so that they are sl
wavs fresh and rclUibie. which is not tho caso
with l'J pill found la tho dreg stores, pnt op ia
cheap wood cr pa"te-loard boxes. Recollect that.
fira'i d..-a-e where n Laxative, Aitera
tivo or Pursatl-o i Indicated, there little
Pellets will Rive tho raoet perfect aatUfactiou to
They nra uold by all cnterprislnsj
Do not allow any drnjrglst to indeco rot to
take anythln;' els that ho may ear Is Jusc as
eood as my Pcllcto becau-o ho makes a large
proflt on that which ho recommends. Jf your
dnvarlt cannot nipply Ihcm. cncloso 23 ccnU
andteccite tlnm y return mill from
BCFPALO, N. I",
ASK FOE PYLE'S i
T XNT TJSX
Sold by Pundt. Sleyer A RaaDkeand Whitney,
liauserman A Co
East India Goods,
S13 and 213 VVLOXT STREET
San Franci California.
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for'the
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Columbus, - XTeb.
Government Lands Located!
TJ. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms anil Toirn Eot6 for
ON LONG- TIME!!
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