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A Wedding Night Shirt
It wasn't hardly the fair thing
that the boys did to Joe Thompson
the night he was married, but the
temptation was irrestible. They
could not have helped it to save
their lives. I'll tell you how it was.
Joe was about the most fancy
dressed buck in the town over nice
and particular a perfect Miss Nan
cy in manners, always putting on
airs, and more dainty and modest
than a girl. Well, when his wed
ding night came he was dressed,
trunk empty, and his pants espec
ially fitted as though they had been
molds, and his legs candles, and run
into them. Tight was no name for
them. Their set was immense, and
he was prouder than half a dozen
"Aren't they nice, boys?" he
asked of the two who were to be
groomsmen and to see that he threw
himself away In the most approved
"Stunning! Gorgeous!" replied
Tom Bennett. "Never saw any
thing to equal them. But I say,
Joe, aren't they just the least bit
tight? It strikes me that you will
have some diniculty in bending
"Pshaw, no! They are as easy
as an old glove, .see !"
To prove the matter he bent down
so a to touch the patent leathers,
when crack! crack! followed like
the twin report of a revolver.
"Thunder!" exclaimed Joe, as he
clasped his hands behind him and
found a rent in the cassimere from
stern to stern. "Thunder! the pants
have burst and what shall I do?"
"I'll tell you what, Joe. if mine
would fit, you should have them
and welcome, but they area mile to
big they would set like a shirt on
a bean-pole. I see no way but to
have them mended."
"Who can Iget to do it, Tom?"
"Well, 1 am something of a tail
or, and can fix them so they won't
show. Hold o'i a minute and I'll
get a needle and thread."
"Can you? May heaven bless
comb, and his logic Iz like sweet
ile ; and tho' he may sell me a
book i don't want, and won't hav,
thare is real phun in the way that
he duz it
I subskribe now, at least once a
year, for sum kind ov sfbook, thut
i never look into, with a title to it
az long az the tail ov a kat just be-
lfflllQA trio VmVbjvinraQQAptu an rtnlitf
and so utterly impossible to get rid
Money and CouMtrct.
"Wood Wanted" Discovery of a
Deep-laid and Frightful Plot.
From theSedslla (Mo.) Democrat,
To show how low and degraded
country journalism has become we
will cite this fact : Thirty years ago
all these newspaper fiends went into
cahoot, and started papers for the
simple purpose oi laying up enor
mous amounts of wood. For this
purpose every country paper put
this notice at the head of its local
'Wood Wanted. We will take
wood for subscription for this paper
Bring on your wood!"
Yes, "bring on your wood." Mark
Now, what are these rascals do-ing?-
Why, they have been running
newspapers for wood until they have
got all the wood In the country In
their own nands. And now wood
Office Ouaha Daisy Bee,
May SO, 1874. J"
The last month of Spring closes
with a brisk trade and an easy feel
ing in financial circles.
Xotwithstandingthe opposing in
fluence, with which Omaha has to
contend, the city is.steadily pro
gressing in mercantile prosperity at
a pace that will soon leave its other
competitors far in the rear.
One more wheat crop will place
Nebraska at the head of the wheat
producing States of the West, and
Omaha, the commercial metropolis
of the State, will assume the leader
ship among the chief cities west of
the lakes, second only to Chicago
CareluUy; Corrected Dally
BuSalo S. sole lb.
Hemlock EL sole No I
do do No
do do dura
do spaa sole nod-
do do dam.
do upper )) f i
usx soie K
F'chcaif Jodots pr dx
Other brands discrsat wt, pr lb.
French kip pr lb .
Dry fllotpr la
Jsn.snd Feb, pelts..
. 1 50
. 1 00
. 1 75
. 1 44
. 6 51
PnXDT, MEYER & KAAPKE, 212 FARX
HVJI ST., WHOLESALE DEALEES
MORCSAX i GALLAGHER, 205 Fam-
WHITNEY, BAUSEIUIAX A- Co., 247
J. J. brown a- ijro., Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr B .. . 11JJ
io i uysaiy
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
Circle A do
Yellow C do
N O choice do
Rio choice pr tt
do prime do ..
do good ;jo
O G Java ..
Common pr gallon
do N O molasses-
up they've made a corner in
In Library Leather, per vol
In Half Turke
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FIRST CL.IS3 CANVASSING AGEN1S
Address the PublUhers,
D. Appleton & Co.,
540 & 551 Broadway,
Ja 27 tf
The only known reme-lvjfor
And apositlvc cure for
DUbctea, Dyspepsia, Ner
vous Debility, Dropsy,
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tation, Inflauiatlou or Ulceration of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
Lousoorboo or"Wli!tc. Diseaes o! the Prostrate
Gland. S one In the lliadJor. Colcal ns.
"Off with your coat," commanded
Tom as he came back.
"Now lav yourself on the bed and
I'll fix you iu short order."
The command was obeyed the
pants mended the tails carefully
pinned over so as to conceal the
"distres s for rent, " and all went
merry as a marriage bell, until Joe
followed his blushing bride to tho
There was a dim light in the
room, but it enabled Joe, as he
glanced blushingly around to see
the sweetest face in the world, rosy
cheeks and rie lips, the loving
blue eyes, and the golden curls just
peeping from out the snowy sheets,
and he extinguished it altogether
and hastened to disrobe himself.
Off came the coat, vest, fancy neck
tic and collar, boots and socks in
a hurry; but somehow the pants
fctuck. The more he tried the more
they wouldn't come, and he tugged
vainly for naif an hour.
"Thunder!" muttered Joe.
"What is the matter, dear?"
came in the softest accents from the
bed, where somebody was wonder
ing if he was ever going to come to
to her arms.
It was a moment of desperation.
Joo was entirely overcome by the
situation, and forgetting his bash
fulness blurted out :
"Mollj', that cursed Tom Uennett
has sewed my pants, drawers, shirt
and undershirt all together!"
"It is all too bad. Wait a mo
A little stockingless foot first
peeped out, then a ruffled night
dress; the lamp was lighted, a pair
of scissors found, and Joe was re
leased. Although Joe denies it.
Tom Bennett swears that his wed
ding .shirt was of the shortest possi
ble length, reasoning a posteriori.
"But," thereader will ask, where
is their market? What good will it
Poor, ignorant soul! We'll tell
you. After these country editors
have got all the wood in the coun
try into their own hands, what do
they do? Why they go to work,
tooth and toe" nail, and advocate
cremation! They know perfectly
well, just as soon as cremation be
comes a part of American politics,
every man will be trying it on his
mother-in-law and wife's relations.
And wood will go up to $100 a cord !
Every one of these fiends will have
this advertisement on one whole
side of their paper :
"Ten million cords of the best
hickory, old and dry, just the thing
for burning your dear ones in the
quicKest time possible. Old ex
changes, for kindling, thrown in
gratis. Apply at this office."
Then these country editors will
be rolling in wealth, instead of glue
and molasses, and they wouldn't no
more think of exchanging with you
than running a patent outside.
Ab, this is a deep-laid plot !
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DanneUs . ...
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rcrnianeuUy Cures all. Diseases of the
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Exist In; 1 Men Women and Children,
2?o Matter What the Age! A
Prot. 8teIe says: "One bottle ot Kewney'a
Fluid Extract Iluchn is worth more than all
other Buchus cosibined."
Price one dillar per botUe; or, U bottles for
Depot-104 Duane St., N. Y.
A phvsicisn in attendance to answer corres
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tUTSeai sum; for pamphlets, free.aT
Crane A Briiham. Wholesale Agents, San
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
J0 0UABQS FOE AD7I0E ASD
"HI! J. B. DYOTT, graduate
Jefferson Medical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuable
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oase3 of the Sexual and Urinary or
gan, (which he has made an es
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Those at a distance can forward let
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8S"3end for the Guide to IJealth.
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Pbysieion and Surgeon, 104 Duane
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DC TACLES TOMAKKIAGE,
tVaTV RELIEF EOE YOUNG MEN
il from ihe ctlecu of errors and abuses In
esr y life Manhood restored. Imdedements
tomsrriaj Mtuovel New imthod-nf treat
ment 11 oks anJdrculirs tent free in sealed
enrelo e. Address, Howard Association, No
:, south Ninth streat, rnuadeipnia, ra., an
LSlltntlun tirifl7s hiph rptmsallon far hcinnr
it conlan aal professional skiU. mfU-'ita
Josh Billings, Spice-Box.
THE BOOK CANVASSER.
About 8 years ago, while at din
ner with my family, I waz informed
that thar waz a gentleman in the
parlor who mus see me imegiately
on very important bizziness.
Hastening from the table, I found
myself in the presence of a plainly
dressed but very nervous man; who
Informed me that he was canvass
ing mi distrikt for the sale of Dr.
Erastus Spignot's new work en
titled the "Normal Circulashun of
I at once informed the man that
I did not want the work.
He then began a long account ov
its value and importanse to every
human being, when i broke in upon
his eloquence by repeating "that i
did not want the book."
He continued bi telling me that
no library would be complete with
out it. Again i declared in the most
positive terms "that i did not want
At this point tho stranger seated
himself in a chair, and deliberately
drew the book in question out ov
his satchel, and informed' me that
no gentleman to whom he had of
fered It had failed to subscribe.
Growing desperate i declared in
the most emfatik tone "that i would
not hev the book at any price.
Rising from his chair he took oph
his overcoat, and, throwing it care
lessly on the sofa, struck an atti
tude, and for ten minutes gave the
most glowing akount ov the circu
lashun ov the blood and the ana
tomy ov man that i ever listened to.
I once more assured him, in a be
seeching manner, "that i did not
want the book."
Seating himself again in the
chair, and wiping the drops ov per
spirashun from his brow, he went
back to the days ov Adam and Eve,
and for half an hour talked ez no
man ever talked before on the vari
ous diseases tho human sisfim was
subjekt to, closing up with a vivid
recital ov the circulashun ov the
Again i insisted upon it that the
book would be ov no uso to me, and
that i would not hev it.
Springing from his seat with his
book in his hand, and his eyes flash
ing fire, and his whole manner in
tense, he began to show mc its kon
tents, commencing at the title-page.
I saw at last tnat it was wuss than
madness to resist any longer, so i
subscribed for the book, consoling
myself with the reflecshun that if
over I had a book to sell miself, i
would hev it sold by subskripshun.
The more i think ov it, I am de
lited with the pious energy and long
suffering ov the book canvasser,
that i wouldn't sell a book any other
Ho is a man whom yu kant es
kape any moro than yu kan your
own shaddoj he follow's Ids victim
like a ghost, and hangs aroud him
grinning like an undertaker.
The only way to get rid uvhim is
tu subskribe at once,, and let him go
mt next pneuow. miiESE lands are convenient to
The shaving-sope man, and the L the market and the
life-insurance aircnt are vervrood . ., . .
In their wav. but thov don't com- JUflJSST 111 ttte STATU I
A Model Obituary.
A disconsolate editor thus
moans his spouse :
inus my wile died. io more
will those loving hands pull off my
boots and part my back hair, as only
a true wife can. Nor will those
willing feet replenish the coal-hod
or water-pail. No more will she
arise, amid the" tempestuous storms
of winter, and hie away to make
the fire, without disturbing the
slumbers of the man who doted on
her so artlessly. Her memory is
embalmed upon my heart of hearts.
I wanted to embalm her body, but
I found I could embalm her memory
I procured of Eli Mudget, a neigh
bor of mine, a very pretty grave
stone. His wife was consumptive,
and he kept it on hand for several
years, in anticipation of her death.
But sbe rallied last spring, and his
hopes were blasted. Never shall I
forget the poor man's grief when I
asked him to part with it.
"Take it, Skinner, and may you
never know what it is to have your
soul disappointed as mine has been!"
end he burst into a flood of tears.
His spirit was, indeed, utterly
I had tho following epitaph en-:
graved upon the tombstone:
"To the memory of Tabitha, wife
of Moses Skinner, Esq., gentleman
ly editor of the Tombstone. Terms,
3 a j-ear, invariably in advance.
Office over Coleman's grocery, up
two flights of stairs. Knock hard.
We shall miss thee, mother, we
shall miss thee. Job printing. Job
Thus did my lacerated spirit cry
oat in agony, even as Rachel weep
ing for her children. But one ray of
light penetrated the despair of my
soul the undertaker took his nav
in job printing, and the sex ton owed
me a little account I should not
have gotten any other way. Why
should we pine at the mysterious
ways of Providence and vicinity?
(Not a conundrum.)
Spurgeon on Ritualism.
In his last eorrmunication to the
Chistian at Work, Mr. Sounreon
says: "The wonderful progress
made in England bya the High
Church movementshowii that earn
estness is "power.' The Ritualists
believe something, and that fact
nas given mem innuence. To me
their distinctive creed is Intolerable
nonsense, and their proceeding are
childish foolery; but th'ey have
dared to go against the mob and have
almost turned that mob round in their
favor. Bravely did they battle;
let us say it to their honor. When
their churches beoame the scenes of
riot and disorder, and there was
raised the terrible howl of "No
Popery," by the lower orders they
boldly confronted it. They went
against the whole current of what
was thought to be the deep-seated
feeling of England iu favor of Prot
estantism, and they had scarcely a
bishop to patronize them, and
but few loaves and fishes of patron
age. Yet they increased from a
mere handful to become certainly
me most vital anu dominant party
in the Church of England ; and, to
our intense surprise and horror,
they have brought people to receive
again the Popery which we thought
dea'd and buried. Tf anybody
had told me twenty years ago that
the Witch of Endor would become
Queen of England, I shoud as soon
have believed it, as that wo should
have seen such a High Church de
velopment; but the fact Is, the men
were earnest and decided, and held
what they belived most firmly, and
did not hesitate to push their cause.
The age, therefore, goes to be im
pressed; it will receive what is
taught by zealous men, whether it
be truth or falsehood."
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Powell & Co., Soap monuf&cturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 l-26 3-4; Savon
Bepublic, do., Chemical Olive, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 6514 ; German Mot
led, 6 1-4&6 1-2.
ABT GOODS AND TJPHOLSTHREa'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; S 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 10020c; 3 inch
Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each f dditional foot, 75c per
Union ind all wool terry, per yard
1 503 jO; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, z ouat w.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00&5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior. 3 60a4 50.
chof ers .
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Braver Creek A A ...
Han Maker. blue-......i..
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New York, B...-
Otis, B B
Otis, C C
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do do L
Boot, S .
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Fruit of the Lootu...
do do do 100.
Hope ........... ..,
Hew York MUIs
Amoskeag, a c
Conestoga, A l 26
do B 27
do Go d Medal . 20
kurtz mohu & co., 231 Farnham
Clark's O. N
Dickens' best ......... .
8 .'3 00
-.3 006 00
. 4 757 80
French whalebone .
Our nwn .......
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m. 7 75a9 00
... 7 007 SO
. S 009 50
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..15 258 00
Subject to ohange of market without Eotlce."
WM. M. FOSTER, I
On U. 1. R. R. track bet Farnaam and Douglas.-
GEO A. HOAGLAND.
Joists, i tuddlng and sills, 20 It, and un-
Over 201 1, each addlUonal ft add'l
fencing No l.
do No 2.. .
lit common boards,
2nd do do
"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch.
"js" do ao do do
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1st dear, 1, 134. JK 2 loch
2d do do do do
3d do do do do .....
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do 2d do
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1st clear celling 34 inch
2d do do Sineh....
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2d do do ...
Extra No 1 shingles
Common No 1 shingles
uiin per iwo......
Roaire do do do ..
O G Batten per lineal ft li
Rough do do do ...
S5 per cent on Chicago list,
25 pei cent oSCL teago list.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl
Lonlsrille cement per bbl...
Plaster parls per bbl.
Plastering hair per bushel..
Tarred felt .
Black goods, Western ..
do uo irslnia ...
do do Lorrrlard's.
Bright do do do
do do Virginia ........
California peaches per tjund...
do apptas do
S.ate do do .
N ew currants ......A. ..... .....
do prunes.... ..
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do blackberries .
do rasins pr box.
do seedless rasics per pound
New in barrels ....
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2 pound can My er's oysters per t oe
1 do do do do ild .
2 do do Wiliim's do do .
2 do do peaches do do .
3 do do do do do .
Tomatoes, 2 pound cans, per ease
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, per ease...,
do Winslow do . ..
do Yarmouth do ....
Strawberries, er case....
Raspberries, do do
Pineapples, do do .
Oolongs per pound. .
Young Ilyron, per youLd... .
Gunpowder, do do .
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rnmr, (Vdlrlrl)H t lilen. U'lnojn,
St I'.iil, Diilnth, .Ianr-.vil. IJ.m.
ln, .ii- a.. IlKrtHC Mrrfii's
I'nlnt. V.'-Irlint, l.hlC;nh. Fen
DuLir. .'in.ll.au :intl Milwaukee.
It Bang the Sbor.e tnd Flist Oomo.'eted Use
CVnitaut ii;ror-m nt bsve taken plae in
Ihe wiiy of reluciuK i a ix, ami placing r..n
with Sit'l tiui 4, i,:i,; tu il ruiltnjf stuck !
new and LU-ant j
u.y n n.i si.nci'i.va cak1; ;
Eiiuippe.1 with Ihe "Wmiughmis Air Brake" I
and ".U.ller Put ortn." tabliaiug conaforta- I
bleacd i-ot!iiiio.Ii1,i Ejtmj IIwuMs.oaernigall I
the toniforH ,' trawl'n.; .teae cn produce. ',
From 'i to II) Fast ivpre Tra'us run earn
way daily over the various lines oi this load, '
thus seoiiritii; to the traveler selecting thU '
route sure and eertaiu ruuueLliun lit any !i-
rectiou lie may wisn to go.
AT JUSiOU!'.! VALLEY JUNCTION, f,.r I
Sioux C ty, Yankton ac.1 points reached via I
Sioux Citvand l'a itie railroid.
AT GUAM) JUNCTION f.r Fort podzc.
Des Moine. Ottawa and Kw.tiit. .
AT MAItoilALLf .rS: Paul, Minneajlij,
Dulutli, ami northwet.-rn point. .
AT lEDAR RAPID- fur JVu-iIo, Odur
Falls t hirle4 Citv, llitrlinftonaml St Looia.
AT CLIN ION forDuline, Dunlehh, l'ral
riedii Clihii, La Crosse, ami jll points on the
Chicago, Clinton an 1 Dutuiue, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads
AT FUiTON forFreeiwrt. Pjcine Milwau
kee and all points in Vivnin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway linos leading
out of Chicaco.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured, and any inf. Treat on ol
tainetl. concerning iUiut-, Ritt-s, etc, at the
Company's otlice. 21S Farnham tret, Omaha,
and also at tho ptincip.il TieketOnlres iluiiJ the
lincof thoU. P.R.IL
SBRizsajo checked through to all principal
YV.1I.S5TKNNETT, MARVIN IIUGIIITT.
tlen'l Passrg'r Ag't. Geu. Sap't.
J. II. LACKY, C. G. EDDY,
Ticket As't, Oualu. Geu'i Ag't Omaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
ami Pacific Ii. II.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE t ROM
OILAILi TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Dta Moines. Davenport al Roci IshnJ.
A1 PaaseagerTrains'are equipped with th
n't--TniBt.'sK Patent .Via Bbvkc- and
iliUer rtrteat safety llatiorm and Coupler.
FasiHxpreas Trains T.caro Dailj,
AT PES MOINES with the IVs Moines VaHev !
Railroad, torOriudooaa, iniusiwa, Stwknk
and ?i. lxmie.
AC t.fclNl.I. with the Central Railroad of
low's, for all potni.H north to St. I'aul.
AT Vrtist LIMRRTY nith the ltnrtingtnn,
(Wjr Kaptds A Mianeew'a RaUroaRi, fur
fturiin'un Oar RapMis. DwtxMMe A St
Paul. At Wl'.TON JUNCflON wlththe
.uth-Wrtern nana. Jar Museathie.
W ihin-!,n and alf uuta4;oiti.
. AT DAVfcPOKr nl h the lavenprt A St.
' i'a 1 lUilroil .or pj nts aorth.
, AT l Oi'K 11 ASH wuh ihe Western Union
j IUIauI lot Fret-P'it, Beloit. liaeiH?, Mit-
wnttke- and a 1 point in nvr.heru I linois
an.1 Wsse nsin.
I A I KlK lLAfP with the Rorktnnl, IUek
I 1: tod and St. Louis Kjilrond for . Luul?
I nd points 'outh.
! Ai KOCK INLAND with tlo rerrkiAIIock
I1j d ILairuaU tor IVoria aud points east.
' ATBUKEAU H'SC. wahbraneh. for llen
1 i. IjrereF Chill ieot he aad lVorb.
AT LA ALLE with the llH.i Central Kail-
toad fur potauaiut haail south,
i AT CHICAtfO wfthaH lines hast, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Extern cit.e
vii :m use. can be procured, and sny inlor
i' alma nalainad. comrrnin: ioints. at the
I tuet a48e af the eompan r, lis FarnUini t..
iiwaaa.aailaMiat UteprinclpHl ticket offices
alesgtlMHneot the U. P. R. K
I XTJIAYOU IIAVK
-.V whrthev will do vour work.
Quick and Easv,
Cliea and Clean.
' LjJ YheyarecbejpeUtobiiy,
They are bei to ue.
e 1 Ther bate ev.nly and qui
Uasncc (lirckotl Tlirnnsli to
I'rtncliial i5.mtorn I'o.nts.
A. M. SMITIf,
Gea'l Ps'r Vt,
J. H. laCEY.
P. S STEVE,
tieu'l Western .n't
Tliey liave alwavs a cihhI draft.
Titer arc iiinilioriliiliitninforTii
3s They roast jietfectly,
t They require but Utile fuel,
" Ti.ey are very low priced,
El SJ Th.-y are easily managed.
1SJ Thv.r.t.iilr..l ,. nil l.Mlt.;..
Lvery stoves'iiarantevd to givesatUfaction.
ST. LOUIS MO.,
rrspriolor of tlie
. 45 00
. 33 00
, 20 00
, 18 00
Manufactured by the Imperial liak-
PowderCo., Omaha, Neb.
1 S boxes.......... ...... .per az I 3
i lb boies....... ......... do - 40
y. D boxes...... ... . do 1 .10
5 lb boxes tV IS 5 1
In bulk.per Q, In 23,30 and 10) & lots 30
A. E. simpson, Manufacturer, 532
Upman .. . B M,
Triple Crown .
5 J CO
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line lo
o o oU
o o o ta
J3 r v
O k GJ
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 34S 14th Street.
Halt barrel facts-......... . 2 i0
.91 752 00
. 3 003 25
. 3 50(33 75
OILS. PAINTS, GLASS, &c.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
BRADY &. McAUSLAND.
J. C. Rosenfeld gives us the
following quotations .idy ; -
Butter, active, choice roll 1518;
Eggs, brisk, 11 ; Apples, 8 008 50
per barrel; live Chickens in de
mand from 3 002 25 per doaes:
Turkeys, 6 .00 ; Oranges and Lemons
are advancing, Oranges 8 50 per
box, Lemons OOOperbox.
Unseed Oil. raw. 105
" " W'd 1 10
Headlight Oil ZS
Potty la Bladdan-
ijraifll, No.l S
LooJa, SrtlcUy Pure $ 11
Horse shoe bar
Norway nail rod.
joiis t. edoa.
l.ormnn ,, , , , t
American casn, octagon and squre
Jcss-p's English da do .
Burden's horse shoes, per k"eg .
do mule do do ,,,,,
Northwestern none nails.
OP THE FINEST
Elklioru Yalloy Lands !
OB. 2aC Oil
TIlinilA. fllltnKI al In. Jl.u..l .v a
Star half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd to 601 per keg.
8d do .
3d fine do
lOd nnit'ng do
8d do do
Gd do do
10J casing do
Sd do d
od da do
Wrought, all i ..
Carriage and tire. discount 7 pr e
Narrow wrought, fart iolntdlscount 20 pre
Cast, loose pin reversible- da 35 do
Hay and mannra forks discount 30 pre
Hoes and garden rakes do 25 do
Strap and T discount 23 pre
Taft's black discount f 5 pr e
Coe's lmmitaUoo do 45 do
Coe's genuine do 20 do
American Iron. -.
EaU QUaveaian; fTaq. ft 1 00
.Flat Qlaaa, fi e diaeout
TIN. SHEET-IRON. WIRE, AC.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
ALT LAKE CITV, - - UTAH.
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
23-tli 0fcT,.i-xa.ii.a.33a. St.,
Bet. 13th and 1Kb., up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by uso of ni
trous Oxide lias.
avVOSIce open stall hour t5tf
Ja Oa Ti li JV.
CABFENTEB AND BUILDER,
AND THE n.VST, FUOJI
OMAHA AND THE WStt
NO CI I A:. fJC . 11, between Oman and Ft
Louts ai:n '1 ' t Iwtwwi OMAHA
am. ... YORK.
Tills the OMy ine running a
I'lTLT.TZA.N SLCKPISB CAlt XXST
Vtlrt?l OSIAXtA, OA AttaiXAU
OK Till: IT.VIO?, IM ItflC
TS-p.uar Tigers taklaK otnet routes tan
disouiuble transaar at ta Itivac StatJaw.
Depot for the sslc of Lis
M, SElIiSJH. cgs Co.,
Corarf Bat'evy and'Waahingtoir?ls.
p.vs::?f'.3. tkaiss waix.v:
EA3TEE!f AND VE3TEK 0ITIHI
With I-ess Chinges aid in aJvuMa of e4br
This Entire Line is eqiitppe-l with
Pullinan'rs Talacc Sleeping Cat,'
Palace DayCoacItcwand Chair Car.1,
jliller'd Safety rialform aud Coujtler
aud the Celebrated Wcstiugbotise
C3JSec that your tickets read vi 1
Kaitsns City, S . .7osip!i 'z. o:tncll
ltl:il& Itu Iroil,
Ma Omaha and St. Imuis.
Tickets for sale at or.
si retts, an 1 U. P.
Tenth and lamba-n
Depot , Otu jh.i.
,umx. x. ueo&jtT.
W. It. HftWO.V
J.w. ii. Binxtn
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
ggai3 Hiidsoii & Co.,
Min-tfvturers'of orery araiwr
Or Sngar-CoaictI, Concentrated
Hoot aud Herbal Juice, Antl-
II I HotiH Granules. Tnc " LITTLK
OlAST" CATSILinTIC. or JIultam
lu l'arvo riiyslc.
Tho novelty of modem Metllrsi. Chfrnlcal and
Phaitnaii utnal Sc. n o Iso uo ot any lender
ta' n4 the laruc rij'i.Isi'e and naivoous pilN,
r i-npMeil of chi-ap. c aJ?, nail bulky 4nredlents,
uhcu re can bv a careful atiDlicatlon of chemical
feknee. extract r.ll tao cathartic and ether medt.
tlnal (iroperiu frora the moat valuable roots araJ
Leirn, ai.t con.cumte ihcra into a minute Gran.
liq. ncurcely larger titan a Biuatard
bi'CJ , that cst bo rcailily bwallowcd by thoso ol
the nvMiscns.'ivi el- ruachs and fastidious tastes.
KachiittUt t'tirf-atlvo l'cllct represent, in a
raot concentrated form, as much cathartic power
ta is emNxlieit in any of tho Iano pills found foe
Mle in tha drrpr shops From their wonderful ca
ttu.tic power In proiortion to their elze, people
vrho sava not trletl them aro apt to snppoMj that
they arc harsn tirilra'ticm effect, but such Is not
at all tbu ca-i .ho dl2V'rcnt octlvo tnediclcrd prin.
ci;lc-iorh:c!i they nro composed being o bar.
runizea and rrKxfcllcd. ono oy tho others, as to
produeo a raiiHt Kcarchuisr. aud Hior
?50O Kowanl U hereby oCtrcil by the pro-pr;-tor
of heso IMieu, to any chemist who,
cuon an-dyeii". 'ill ll'id la them an Calomel or
other forms of mercury ci any other nuurral
nro Ii .1 jnlred uhito tistn;! them. They ope
rate v. lit i it distnrbanro tu tho constitution, diet,
or cxv.ip.it ion. VorJattttdlcc, IIcadartiet
Caiifelliiatloii, Iiupuro ltlootl, I'alu
In the Mtotildcri, 'I'lKlticn ot tho
Client, DIzzlucHx, Sour llructatloii
o: tlio Momncli, ltail tnato lu
.no it tli, unions nttacki, I'alu In
rcrjloii ol KlUtiej-w, Internal rower,
lilouteil fcollns about Morajcli,
IZuviIi ol Blood to Head, HIkU Col
ored t rltie. I iixoclabjlllt)- and
Cloomy t'orcbodln-T'S tako Dr.
In cvplan i b-a of tin n. medial power of my Tar-
filivu I 'tlh i) overt o rr-at a va.'Icty of diea?es,
wish toaay that their nction upon tho
nulmal economy Istmlvornul, nota
llwo Isirrc8. A o (iocs not Impair them.
their Etur-r coat.r'j'nr d It jig enebwed In glas
trX!l"9 prr-Jcrns the r "lues unimpaired foranr
ler.zih of tune, lu s y climate, eo thai they aro al-
w .- f i -Ii ai.d r 1-' l which is not tho cai
vrM' . pilis found it thedniatore,pnt npJ
ci .ivoNlirpa-te-bconl boxes. Hccotlerfl
f .rk'i t. ' ." nhec a Laxative jc7a-
CI-.o cr I'-irsatlvo U indicated, inceo little
1 ;h!ii" 'thoraost pcrferraatlafaetioa t
ail whoL.eu.3ta. -w
Tliej- aro fold bynH CMterprUlM
Drmiflkta at 23 edit j a bottle.
I)o nnt allow aTy ilrnslst to Induce too. t
tase nniui ors 1031.1.0 ciaj r jui
pt,k! aj mPclluto bccsco ho make a- la.
rrofit oatUat tikita ho rccoramend. Jf you;
imasifi csnnot snpply them, eseloso 55 cent
acjf n.ave Uiera oy retnrn rnatl from
riJZJiCV, 21. JK.rrcp'r,.
JJUTFALO, N. -J.
GEO. L. BUADBUr.Y,
. F. BAP.SAni,
A. a DAW IIS,
(ien'l 1'JMS. Ait..
3C FARNHAM STUEET.
10x11 IC. fair analltr.
10x14 Ic, best quality.
iuxi u. ao ao
12x12 IC do do
12x12 IX do do
14x20 IC do do
14x20 IX do do
14x20 IXX do do
14x20 IXXX do
100 pUte DC
100 plate DX. do
100 plate DXX do
100 plata DXXX do
Koofinr IC charcoal do
BoofinrlX do do do
10x14 IC coke do do
20x23 IC charcoal roofint
arxz8 iu charcoal rooting
etxis ia cnareoai.
10x30 coke (lor (ratters)-
Sheet tin 96 to 36 in
do do do It half 1
do do do in HO Bk casks.
Sheet 34 to S5 Inches per sheet.
turners aoiaei (extra rennea
ao ao no. i.
do do rooaor.
bid .i ,
f 13 00
-. 14 00
. 20 00
. 32 50
. 28 00
J. SCHOONiVAKER & SON
pr.orniETORS of the
T? H R ?! S
liS A If
pare with the
lively work anj more than the pen
sive cockroach does to the red-hot
They steal on yu, like a kat on a
mousey when ju aint looking for
'em ; and, like the fly in the spider's
web, the more yu try tu git out, the
further yu git in.
I luv the book-canvasser now;
hiz words are like hunuy in the
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cash or oh leas' Tle.
IS-L AND EXPLORING 1 ICK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W.' De
pot, bearing coupons which will
be taken at full cost la payment
H Holt's Ha-rest Klng,p doz, net
Heald's Eureka ZZZ
do red 3Z
apADu amd suor.u.
BowIand'sNo2 black shorels. D IT
do do polished do do
uu uo oiacc ipaaea do
Moore do polished do do
do's "sprlns; point" L H ahoTela
Lippencott'a Western Cro-m,.
do do do beTefl
Parke'sXo 3, Iron box net
do do 103 do ,
do do25 Union Inh
eo do 35 do RHi.nl.
HarxraTe,SmlthA Co., discount
American file Co ,j0
Maydole's, A E No 1. l, 2
IHIHIWUU J x, no a.
do do do
do Engineer's 2io I
do do do 2 .
do do do
Morris' tddof Uag, K o 1
do do do 2
do do do
do ditr do 1. .
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24-
ao ao ao Z5
do do do 26..
do do do 7
Charcoal, both sides iniothe
ao no 24.
do do 16,
do do 27.,
do do 24
do do 27
Koula perfect 7 to 12.
no no. l. stained
Leas than full bundles, add one cent.
"A"American lnmitat'n Boatia, all Koa.
Leas than full bundle, add one tent.
No. 14 to 30 list
do 21 tnt do
do 25 to 35 d"
do M .. . ,,, . do
Full bundle discount 15 per cent,
Brailers to 9 -, ,
do 10 to 12 lb ...
do ll'X to 1001b
Kheathlnjt, U aad 1 ox.
Planished, it ! ta n.
No. 7, aad 9, Planished.
10 -11 HJ5
Manufacturers of Strictly'Pure
White Leads Eed Lend, Litharge
Putty, Colors Dry and inOil.
PURE YERDITER GREBN,
TA3Sf DAIiI J
H -A. S T
The strongest and
Koa. 0 in a a a ia. a ....
- v w, v,t 1S,1
it .. .
- SB 4 2U
No. 15,16 17 IS 19 20
Par bundle j par ceatdlscoun
BTKKLK JO-OrgOV 538-540 14TH ST.
TJRAIM5 DAILY !
MUVE ST. I.OUIS VITII
Pullman PjiI ace Cars
THROUGH YOTHOUT CHAXOH
Arrival of Traia fron the Weal.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
TAI PENCII-S ! Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
rVTnTr?TVZ2 ArrforSalcnt tlic
1 JLVIV Vi 1 ri fomronr's Office.
y.l-Z. fnrnrr Kunrtli tt, Clirvtmit ti,
SI. Lou I, nutl ntttir I'rllltljiBl IU12
nny Onicew in tho Went.
CIIAS. RAECOC1C, C. K. Br-'SEI.r.
fa'ttcrn Ioss. Aa'l, Wat's 11a. Ag't.
Dallas, Txas. Kassa i UT.
JOnK E. SIMPSOX. CIIAS. E. FOLLETT,
Ocn'l Supf., Uen'l Pas. Ag't.
tf I.NuiAXAroixi. bT. Louis.
Established in 1851.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
T72.0 Cut Ch.G v7ig
'ASK Fi)R PYLE'S
EA. h m li
M. ,11 i) dkW
Our Sioecia,! Brands:
All Our Tobacco? Slricllj" lVaranlcd.
VTe guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White lead to be free from impurities, and
will pajr 50 in gold for ererj ounce of adul
aia'Jon found In this package.
ratr73m J. fcCIIOONMAEER A SON
OPl'ICK A."D KAI.lCSKUO.71
Cor. Second &z Tine Streets,
BAKHSTG- SODA !
B 23 ST IN" TTS-El
Sold by J'undt. Jfoycr A Raapkeand Vhltne-
ltiuscraian A Co
W W A C5
The following Premiums Lave been
Dixon's American Graphic
OP. LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Xedal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premium Cincinnati! Indus
trial Fair, 1S73.
First Premium BrooiIjr. Indus
(rial Exposition, 1873.
Goifag East or Soi Hi from Omaha
Aad PaCats oa . P.It.i:., shouUl take tht
- VIA II1B
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
For Tamples or Information address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleevelan i s't
TJ2.CG. Mills & BO.,
Confectioners' To ols
Unc'iliiM, ZHotild, Ice Cca
Xo3. 1301 & 1303 North Eigluh St.
Aad aenrra (or tnetawlTni the choice ol Sii
lVpular Koutes Irota
AleAiw.i to CIi:caio and St. Louis,
AH taUag IMiaUe Coanectleoa aad being
Equipped -riia Palaee Dsj arrl SrM-tb-; Gar!.
All dstar nasi inconvenience arrlTiny Irom t
Fenieeaoi traaIrseaa tie aroided AVt-st ef I
ITitcagii aad St. iats by seeuriag Ticlcett Tfel
ATCIIISO.'; nail tlic ATCIIlSuy .t
Direct and Reliable Connectioss arc also made
Tflth the A. T. A S. F. E. E. lor the
Ureal Arkansas Vallc & Colorado, j
abu visa ait lines running soatn to points In
ifoulbern Kaaaes and the Indian Territory.
Asi for Ticket a Tla
LIICOL cz ATCHISON
Bast Zxidia. Goods.
213 snil 213 FR.OXT STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Ajeat (or'tiia
TJ. P. R. R LANDS, -
Coluaabus, - ITeb.
Government Lands Located !
U. P. LnnOs Sold!
Ininrorcd Farms and Town Eots for
ON LONG- TIME!!
JCSrAll Commuaicatioas Cheer
Geo. 31. Hills,
iri ATAL0OUC5 SfiST
AtleeIMUemer. 1 j upsu anslicntlos.
w. r. v.iiiT
Uao'l pas. Ag't.
i72m JEESEY CITY, N J. war7aTf2ai
JI0KC3IEKI5, 1(J'IB3T0NE3, CTi, ETQ
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