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Tne Town of Waterloo.
Social and Personal.
Correspondtnce of the Bee.
Sakatoga, June 1.
Editor. Omaha Bee:
Hiding in the commodious cars
the U. P. a few daj'8 ago, while
just entering the bridge spanning
the Elkhorn river, a centleman
the seat before me turned and asked:
"Sir, will you be kind enough to
tell me the name of this town
which we are just entering?"
"Waterloo," was the reply. 'Oh,
indeed ! When I went through here
three years ago I remarked to my
wife, who was with me, that some
- J . tjiere wouj,lbe a tOWll here, as
I consideretl it the best town site to
be found on the road; now I see
my words are verified." Further
chat was iotponed on account of
my being obliged to leave the train
at tliis paint.. although we fully
diucided with the gentleman; and
now we will give your readers a
brief description of the town which
our traveling friend was pleased to
speak of so highly. "Waterloo is the
largest, and commercially the most
important of the three towns situ
ate in the western pait of county.
It occupies a beautiful site on the
west bank of the Elkhorn, whose
waters Iiound it also on the north.
Though but two years old its growth
has been steady, and probably the
present season will show a larger
prorata of improvements than the
past. First, as to its water power,
its the boast of the town, the county,
and the State, and on very few
streams in the west can its equal
be found. It Is at present only used
for the purpose of supplying the
tho necessary power to one flouring
and saw mill, but movements are
on foot to utilize it to more advan
tage, and beforo many seasons we
hope to see woolen, flax, paper and
other mills doing their duty and
depending upon it for power. It
will not fall them.
The flouring mill already located
here has been in successful operation
for nearly two j'ears, and the "Wa
(orloo" brand, has already achieved
for itself a reputation second to none
in the State. The firm litis been
changed materially by the addition
of Messrs. Williams and Purchase,
both formerly ot Omaha, who bring
to the enterprise abundant capital,
and the necessary brains and west
ern pluck. TJie Arm, consisting of
these" geitlcihicn, ind thp former
proprietor, Mr. Elias Kelsey, are
doing business under the name of
the "Waterloo Milling Co." The
mill, building and macnincry, is
worth fifty thousand dollars. It is
supposed to have the best outfit of
machinery of any mill in the State.
Mr. Chas. lioltrusli, the gentlemanly
qnd obliging miller one who has
been at the, lAisjness for twPvp
years, and thoroughly understands
every branch showed us something
new, but of great efficiency in the
manufacture of flrst-class flour, to
wit: a steamer, a machine which
thorough! steams the wheat before
it reaohes Uie stones. Thjs process
renders tho bran larger, arid pre
cludes all danger of any futuro
sweating, as it is termed. Mr. B.
stated that he considered this steam
ing one of the essential requisites to
the manufacture of a iirst-clas ar
ticle. The mill is capable of shipping
a car load of flour and feed daily.
Just back of the mill stands what
is termed the hogpalace one of the
completest arrangements for the
housing of hogs, wp eycr sy, Spv:
eral hundred of these animals are
raised by the'proprietors of the mill.
Walking into tho saw mill, we there
noticed everything complete and
unique. A large circular five-and-a-half
foot saw, is kept continually
busy, besides a small one for lighter
work. Batting as been going on
all spring. They qan'and have"bee.n
sawing, we understand, about 3,000
feet daily, and it is estimated that
there are at least 200,000 more
wajtjng in (ho pond. leaving tho
mill, aha walking toward thomain
part of the town, we pass a very
handsome residence, belonging to
Mr. Elias Kelsey, situated, about
200 yads from the mill, and just at
the commencement of thi tovn sjte
proper. Tpius the' has "beeu resurr
veyetl, the streets have liecn wid
ened, aiul other innroveuieiitsuimle
where praoticalile. l,u '
una out some time ago, and but
lately, Mr. Silvas, the U. P. Photo
grapher, whom we spoke of in our
last letter, having purchased some
fifty acres of fine land adjoining the
town, has also laid out a new park.
These will make tho town in a few
years, a splendid place for comfort
and ease, as the river affords the
best of fishing, and the prairies and
woods afford excellent hunting.
"By the way we would mention
tho great number of pleasure seek
ers whom we find going to Water
loo to spend a day or two, and some
a week, in fishing. Ample accom
modations can be afforded them at
the hotel, the Waterloo House, and
they will be hospitably received and
generous entertained by tho oblig
ing host, Mr. Logan, to whom we
.are under many obligations for in
formation relative to the town and
its prospects Or if they are of tho
sort who love solitude, they can do
as manj' others are doing, pitch
their tent beneath the broad
spreading and shade yielding Cot
tonwood and maple which line
the banks of this beautiful stream
for miles. We find the streets lined
on either side with thrifty young
maples which in a few years will
add immensely to the looks of the
town. HVe had the pleasure while
in town of meeting with Mat Han
son, one 01 tne oest DiacKsmiuis in
the "West He makes a special ty of
doing that most difficult of all
smith work, sharpening mill points.
Picks are shipped to him per express
from all parts of the State, and
from Iowa. Wo find the general
merchandise trade well represented
here by the "Waterloo Milling Com
pany, who have a very large stock
on hand, while next door to them
are still located tho old reliable the
Donahoo Bros. Across the track
we stepped into the store of L. Iu
Stephens & Co., this firm are doing
a heavy business. Their warehouse
is stored full of grain, and the cat
tle which they handle show evi
dence of thrift and energy.
Dr. McLaughlin, formerly of
Iowa, is about opening a drug store,
and will also practice medicine.
Mr. Straight, a carpenter and build
er of Omaha, is about locating, and
js at present busy on the house
which Mr. Purchase is erecting. A
large lumber yard is located here
and doing a fine business. Many
houses will be erected during the
summer. Mr. Trimble, formerly of
the furniture house of Omaha, has
located here and builds immediate
ly. Much of the land adjacent to
"Vaterloo is being eagerly bought
up. Mr. Shinn, our venerable
townsman for instance, has bought
ftn entire section within two miles
gftown, Sweet Bro's. we busily!
engaged laying out the yardjfor the
manufacturing of brick, and as they
seem to be men who go ahead with
the business, and do not ston to talk
much alxtut it, we predict for them
uuuuuam success, me came rais
ing interests are well represented.
Messrs. Gardner, Stephens, and
Williams, owning and feeding near
town several thousand head. Some
of the finest pasture that can be
found in the State is here.
In conclusion, we would say that
we consider Waterloo to be one of
the finest points on the road, and
know of no better investment than
jutting money in it; to-day it is the
attraction of all of our live business
men in Omaha, and many areinter
esting themselves in it. All it lacks
to make It immediately the equal of
Fremont is tfie want of bridge com
I munication with Saunders and But
ler counties, across the Platte.
the people of Douglas County
fall make this a point; it will be one
of the grandest things for Omaha
that ever was done. Thousands and
hundreds of thousands will flow in
yearly to its coflere which now en
rich Fremont, Ashland, Lincoln aud
Chicago. Put in your stock yards,
put up your packing houses, bridge
the Elkhorn aud the Platte, and
Omaha leaps in a month from al
most abject poverty to wealth. Try
it! It wont cost her fifty thousand
dollars if you can't get a State
bridge, put In a toll bridge; any
thing for a bridge. The result will
be the entire trade of Saunders,But
Ier and adjoining counties will come
to us, and many times repay the
trouble we may undergo to get it.
THE LATEST FASHIONS.
Paris, May IS.
ICwrrespondrnce of The Bee.)
The variety of new tissues to be
met with in the shops is astonish
ing; they have the nierit of being
handsome and cheap. There are
materials in wool, silk and wool,
and cotton and wool. The latter
looks very fresh and pretty, makes
up well for country dresses, and can
be simple or elegant, according to
the trimming. All these tissues are
generally in light shades; and
whether the material be precale,
linen, batiste, mohair or sultanc, it
is ornamented with English em
broidery, Russian guipure or cheny.
Stripes, to ovory one'ssurprise,have
become.fashlonable again; some toil
ettes in white and marom faille, or
white and black, looked charming
at the late races. Long polonaises
are to be met with, ornamented in
front with bows of ribbon
matching the stripe, upon
fulard jupons, or stugs of the same
shaije; or, simple tunics knotted as
a scarf behind. With these tunics,
tho faille cuirasse must be of the
same color as tho jupon. Mohair is
not only in vogue for travelling
dresses, but makes a demi-toilette
of much tasteof colors, the different
shades of ecru, gray in all tints,
olive green, and reseda are the
mode Ecru not beinga shade well
defined harmqnizes with the mot
diverse coors; thp same remark
perhaps applies to the grass, but the
latter have most distinction when
light, upon a darker color. "Delf
blue" has just now a great success
for simple costumes, being neither
too light nor too dark, unil not the
least of t advantages, it suits
street dresses admirably. Manv
costumes aro-to be met in blaek
faille, ornamented with Jet, com
pleted by a pelerin loaded with
fringe and jet lace. Steel-blue pro
duces an excellent effect upon pale
blue faille or marine blue. For full
dress, pearls and embroidery are
still essential; a 'new silk gauze,
something resembling the fror-froi',
strong and in all- the prevailing
shades, is much patronized for rich
tojlef tcis. The cuirasse will be worn
as far Into the summer as the heat
will permit; it displays the graceful
ness of the figure too well to be
quickly set aside. Ladles not tall
and slender, should avoid the
cuirasse; with the lat.ter and, a Chi
na qrape scarf carelessly tied before
or behind, 'one' " can do without a
A graceful and economical toilette
can be made of Valencia a cheap
material in silk and wool by "trim
ming it' wiih'a small fiounop of light
colored taffeta; a colored flounce
ground a polonaise, the sleeves, and
the pockets, or arouin the tunic,
imparts eleganoa to tl)e most modest
tissue in tho world. Outside of dia
dems, no tvq ljats assemble each
other; those jn straw aro trimmed
With IOUlflrHa --
, t.uuteu gauze, and
China crape, and bouquets of flow
ers. The Leopold-Robert form, ap
pears to reign in great favor. Col
lars in the finest linen or battite, are
worn with street costumes; they.are
woni witli street costumes; tnej
are worn high behind, sometimes
plaited, very open before, and fold
ing down. Colored collars are suit
able for travelling, morning wear
and pic-nies. Young ladles even
copy the chlldreu's sailor collar.
41 AUUUTT1IK1VATKB WOKES
The central city of the West
Quite proud of late lias grown,
Ai d feels it can no longer wait
A goo 1 sized pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a rtservi ir
Upon their hignest hill.
We read in the days of Noah
That water wo ks were tried;
The trouble was ttey badnosewen,
And so the people died.
I et us then remember
If water works we try.
To put In sewcisgood and strong.
And make our streets quite dry
And when the thing Is dons'
We'll celebrate at once.
Then everybody In the town-
Will bay their hats of Bunce.
For all new styles that row are out,
Some fifty kinds or more.
You'll find them cheap at Ranee's
Famous New York store.
Th Chitnp'.oa Hitter of thj West. 23a Doug
II. 6REBK. c. J. KAEBACir.
GREUE & KaBBACII,
15lh st. Let ween Farcham and arney sts.
OMAHA, - - XEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BIGGIES AXO (MIlRllGES.
Dealers In and manufacturers or
AGRICULTURAL ntl'LZ-FXTS !
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
aKBTtrpairingrf wagons and blacktmitblng
promptly doneat reasonable prices mydawCm
AND CATTLE .BROKER,
SALT LAKE C1TV,
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
234 j.xa.Atx St.,
BeL 13th and 14th, np stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by usoof Itl
trous OilJe Gas.
"Office open stall hour e5tf
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236 FARNHAM STREET
Monev and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Brx, 1
June 1, 1874. J
Last week's business, on the whole,
was very satisfactory. Though
there was some complaint of dull
ness among retailers, the wholesale
trade was very heavy, amounting to
more than double what it was for
the corresponding week of 1S73.
Money was easier than during the
closing week of any month of 1S74,
and a better feeling prevails toward
borrowers at the banks than we have
noticed since the opening of the
There is a good business doing in
spring produce and, all that comes
is taken at liberal prices. The- only
exception to the general rule is in!
butter, which has come forward in
very large quantities, and the price
is correspondingly low.
Carefully; Corrected tDaily
browx bro., Cor. 14th
Garner A Co...
Merrimack D ..
Spragues, . . .
Augusta .................. .
E-rerett G (J
Great Fa'ls .....
Peppenell 8-1 ..
do "-J .
Indian Heads.... .
Pepperell E tine............
do It fine ....
do O fine.. .........
, do N Una ... ..
do sheeting S-4 ........:
do do 9-4 ... .-.
Puttman A A...... . .
Kcarjargo satin..... ...... .
Lrcouia satiu ...... .
Peppenell satin.... .........
Amoske sjr - .
Arkwright, blue.... ...
B arer Creek A A..........
Han Mater, blue...... .......
India. B B blue and brown .........
New York, B
tis, & It
Otis, C C
Andrccogglng 4-2 a a .... .
do do L . .
Boot, 8 .
uo a 4-4.
Fruit of the Loom,
do do do 100..
Lew York Mills
LonMlale. ..... ........
Amoskeag, i c n... .....
do U ,,...
Conestnga, A Pro . ..... ..,
do God Medal
KURTZ Moiin & CO., 231 Farnham
Clark's O. N. T,
Dickens' best .
3 or (36 60
Santley . .
. S2 25gG 50
-S12 00324 fO
4 75a7 50
Brown drill 6 50a7 23
dock 7 759 00
Blue drill 7 00a7 50
( duck . 8 00a9 50
White....'. 8 00a9 50
French whalebone .". ...... $5 23a8 00
j. c. Rosenfeld gives us tlie
following quotations this day :
Butter, active, choice roU 1 5 18;
Eggs, brisk, 11 ; Apples, 8 008 50
per barrel; Live Chickens in de
mand from 3 002 25 per dozen;
Turkeys, 6 00 ; Oranges and Lemons
are advancing, Oranges 8 5Q per
box, Lenioiis 9 OOper box,
JOHN T. EDOAR.
Common bar... ..-... 4
Horse thoe bar . , , . 6
Norway nail rod-...-.. ....-.- yt
Cast p'nw .,, ., 12
Germon . , ., , ll
American casn.oclagon and square- 18(3 22
Jess p's English do do 250 40
Burden's horse shoes, per keg 7 25
do mule do do . . 8 25
Northwest horse nails-- . 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per tent.
Stor ha'f patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd io C0J per kez
8d do . ...
4d do .
3d do ...
3d fine do
lOd finis'ng do .
M do do
Cd do do
10d casing do ...
8d do do ...
Cd do do
Wrought, all sizes..
Carriage and tire- discount
Narrow wrought, fart jointdiscount
Cast, loose pin reversible. do
Hay and manure fork.discount
Hoes and garden rakes- do
Strap and T discount
Tail's black discount
Coe's immitation .-. "do
Coe's genuine . do
do brass . 40 pre
H Holt's Ha vest Kmg,per dor, net
HealdVs Eureka ."ZZ."-
do red Z
, .. SPADES AJSD SHOV'LS.
Rowlsnd'sNo2 black shovels, D If-.
do do polished do do
do do black spades do -.
Moore do polished do do
do'a "spring paint" L H shovels
Llppencott's Western Crown
do do do bivefea
Parke's No 3, Iron box net
do dolOS do .
do do23 Union lmh...I
eo do 35 do Britanla
American File Co , d
Jtaydole's, A E No 1, 1C. 2
Hammond's A E No a... ."
do do do 4
do En winter's No 1 ,.,,
do do do 2 ..,,
do do do a
Morris snlngUng.No 1
do do do 2 -
BafNIo S. sole tl
Hemlock SL sole No 1
do do .No 2
do do ..daia.
do spairsole good..
do do dam.
do harnesj..... ,
do line ... -.
do alf..........-. . .
do kip .. .............,
do upper V ft
Oak sole t3 ....... .
do kip ... ....... ....
Fchcalf Jodots prdz.....
Other brands di-erent wt, pr lb.
French kip pr lb ......
Bark linings ...
Dry flint pr tt ,....
Dry salted ... . .
Jan. and Feb, ielts . ..
. 1 50
. 1 00
, 73 00
. 1 75
. 1 44
. 6 50
. 1 2..
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 l-26 3-4; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Olire, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 55 1-4 ; German Mot
led, 6 l-4aC 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham" Street, furniahes 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 gut, 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 ind 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.
HusV, 4-4xG-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,.
3 00a4 00; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50. '
Sublect to change of market without rotic-e.
On U. P. R. R. track let.'Farnham and Doug
las. GEO A. HOAGLAXD.
Jois's, studding and sills, 20 It, and un
der ; 21 00
uver -jut 1. eacn additional ft ald'I "0
Fencing No 1 . 23 00
ao no 2 .....J. .. . 21 wo
i boards.... .4...
. 22 CO
.... 35 00
.... JO 00
... 55 00
.. 40 00
.. 32 50
.. 43 00
2nd do do
"A" stock lKiards, 10 and 12 mch
"B" do do do do
"C" do do A3 do
1st clear, I, li. IK aad 2 inch
2d do do do do
3d do do do do ......
Flooring, clear.'.. ... ..,
do 1st common.....
do 2d do .......-...
do 3d do . .. .,
do nsrrow, clrar ....
lt clear ceilinc V, inch...
. 35 00
... 35 CO
... 30 00
.. 27 50
.. 24 00
... 18 00
... 4 50
2d do do iiiuh
1st do do
2d do do
1st clear sidinx
2d do do . ...
1st common siding.....
21 do do
Extra No 1 shingles.
Common No 1 sh nglcs.
Lath per lu"JO..
D A. H pickets etr 100 3 Co
Square do do do . . . .
O G Batten per lineal f . - 1
Rough do do do .
li per ccntoiJCbicago list.
25 pei cent oS CI irago list.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl. . ,
Louisville cement per bbl .
Plaster paris er bid ..... ..
Plastering hair per bushel
I'laatering board .... .
3 V03 5
3 50(3 75
OILS. PAINT'S, GLASS, ice.
X.t, p. SOLOMON
ROBERT C. STEELL.
BRADY & Mx-AUSLAND.
Coal Oil $ 1S
Linseed Oil, riw. 1 ft,
" " bl'd... 1 10
Headlight Oil 18
Lara oil, No. 1....
it ii 2 .
' " wlntsrV
Lead, St. Louis, Sit!."; pure - S 11
Taney Brai.d , S",
?-tty in Bladders -. '
" " Bui1"... '
Enaraeld fiiass. colon, so., ft I
Flat Glas, 50 "3 c discount
TIN, SHEET-IttO.W WIRE, &C.
MLLTOX ROGERS, COR. 14th it
IOxH IC, fair qualltf
10x14 Ic, best quality
.. 14 00
. 17 00
.. 15 50
. 17 50
. 15 00
. 16 00
. 12 50
,. 27 50
I 23 00
. 21 00
14x20 IXX do
li 0 plate DC
100 Plate DX.
100 plate DXX
100 plate DXXX
Roofing IO charcoal
Roofing IX do
10x14 IC coke
20x23 IC charcoal roofing...
20xiS IC charcoal roofing ..
e 1x14 IX charcoal
10x20 cuke (for gutters)
Large pigs. ....
Small pig ,, ,,,,
Bar tin . .
Sheet tin 5 to 35 in..
ao uo do
do do do
k half casks....
In 250 th caks
ahect 24 to 35 inches per uee t..- .
Tinners soldei (extra reCccl-...--
do do No. 1
do do roofing ....
hid metal .....
First quality, Numbers 16 to 21 ..
do do do : 5 ......... -
do do do 16....
do do do ST-. --
Charcoal, both sides smothe
do No 21 .
do do 6.. .--do
do 27 ..
do do 26 ..-"
do do 27..
Russia r-erfe t 7 to 12
do No. 1, stained . ... .
Less than full bundles, dd one cent.
"A"American imtnitat'n Kussia, all Nos.
Less than full tundles, add ono tent.
No. 14 to 20 . lls
do 2" to 24 do
do 25 to 25 -lo
do 27 ', do
do 23 ....... . eo
Full bundles discount 15 per cent.
Braziers C to
do 10 to
do 12lto loom.
Shet'hlnit, 14 and 16 oz
Planished, It and 16 oz
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, Pjanished-
Bolt copper ...
Copper bottoms ,,,
io ii UK
Nos. 15,16 17 IS
9 10 11 UK "K
Nos. 0 to 6 8,3.9 10,11 12 14,14
14 15 IS 13 20
Per bundle L per cent discoun
STEELE t"JOHN60N 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARK A- FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
rrNDT, MEYER & EAAPKE, 212 FARN
I1VM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS-
MoitGAX fc a.VLLAGHER, 205 Farn-
W-IXTTXEY, BAUSERM AX & Co., 247
J. j. brown bro., Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr . .....
Powdered do . .
Crushed do .. ...
Rat cut loaf do .
Standard A do
Circle A do ... ..
Extia C uo .
i ellow C do ......
N O choice da .
Rio choice pr lb . ,
do prime do .
do good 'do ...................
O G Jata
Common pr gallon...
Gold do ...... .
Choice do ......... ....
do N O molasses
Rangoon choice... .
Carolini .. . . -
M Wesk A Co..
chofers . .
Kirk's Savon ..... ...
M. Wesk A Co
schofer's German .......
Kirk's standird ...... ..
do sterling ....
Black goeds, Wrstern ......
do do Virginia . ..
o do Lorirlard's
I!rkht do do do
do Uo Virginia ........
California peiches per nouml
do applos iU .....
S.ate do do .....
New currants ... . .
do prunes.. ....................... ........
do German cherries..........
do blackberries- ....
do ravins pr box .
do seedless rasies lr pound- .
New in bareN ...
do dairy .
S2 S0a3 00
4 30a5 73
2 pound can Mycr's oysters pertosc S4 2oal 50
1 do do do do do ... 2 50a2 75
2 do do Wili tin's do do 4 0Ua4 25
2 do do peaches do do ... 4 75a5 09
3 do do d i do do 6 75a7 10
Tomatoes, 2 pound can, jer caso 3 50a3 75
do . 3 do do do 5 00
Corn, Trophy, pr case.... . 5 50
do Wlu-Iow do ... 5 75aff 00
do Yarmouth do .... .. 6 00
Strawberries, er cae .i.. 4 75a5 50
Ra'poerric, do do .. 601
Pineapp'es, do d ......... 5 50
Oo'ongs per pound.,
. . " 25a75
Young llyrou. per jouid...... 4Cal 00
GuupowJer, do do ..- 60al 25
Go'd Dust ... ,.... .-. 3 10
XXXX Iowa City 3 1 0
.California .... ... 4 7jaS 00
Gunnies, heavy weight ..... 1S!19
do light do 17$18
Burlaps, four bushel . .. liU19
Dundee gunnies . ... .. IB
Grain bags, Amoskeg A.. .... COaSl
do do Lud'ow a a. 34tVi5
Nutmegs, renangbcst.per pound-. 1 35al 4
Clorei do do . CO
Alspico do do -.. 15a 0
Cin anion bark do dj .-.. 35a UJ
iranufactured by the Imperial Bak-
PowderCo., Omaha, Xeb.
1 Ifc boxes ..
ii lb boxes-.
i lb boxes .
5 lt boxes.
In bulk. per lb, in :
. ... -.peraz
.. .. do
13,60 and 10J !t lots
Simpson, Manufacturer, 532
H. Upnian. .
Grand tcntrjl .
Yara ..... .-
Mm.in I'ure ...
I Ii l.anob
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wlioltealo depot o4S 14th Strcot.
Half barrel sicks .....- . 2 SO
OF THE FINEST,
Elkhorn Talley Lands !
23. JA0C. OXjV.3flX,
"Wisner, - - ITeb.
THEfrE LANDS AIJE
the market and the
FINEST In the STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cash or on Lodst Time.
ETS for bixlu at Q."& X, V. J- '
pot, bearing wnpoiw
he takva at "M
ft,.. I-- - .1 CO-il
.. .uch will
J. SCHOONIWAKER & SON
rcoPEiEToas of tiik
Manufacturers of Strictlyirure
While Lead, Red Lead, Litharge
rnltj. Colors Dry aud InOH.
FORE VERDI'TER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
XV n ynarjntrd our brand of Strictly
White ead to be fre from impurities, and
will pay S30 in gold for every ounce of adul
ia.ia-.ioQ found in this packaze.
uir73ni J. SCIIOONMAKER A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Jlcdal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premium Ciacln natll Indns
trial Fair, 1873.
First FrcmTnrn Brookljr. fndns
Irial Exposition, 1S73.
For ramples or Information address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes CI eeve
CHICAGO & NORTHWES'N I Chica
The Popular Route from
O J -A. 33:
Chicago and the East
OxJi-y Direct Houto
XrWMcrlno.Fort Pcxlzr, Dubuque. Iji
Crosite, Hralrlr Du Chlcit. Wluoiia.
St t'-ul.Diilutli, Jaunvlllr, Hmo
ri, Grwn ,. Kaclnr, Steven's
Point. W-trrtown. O.liW-Hh, 'ou
Dn Lar, JiruIUou nut! .Milwaukee.
It Btinj tb- Shortest and FhstComoleted Line
OMAHA and CHIC AGO,
,u,ulirorni nis uarj laKen plae m
the ay of re-lucius ttraj. and placing Iron
wijh Steel lUlls, adding to Its ruliins stock
new and htegam
DAY mill SkhEll.U CARS
Equipped with the"WiiushoueAir Brake"
and ".lillcr Plsform." establistiini; comforta
ble and commodious Ejting I louses, ofliring all
the comforts of traveling treagecan produce.
from to iui-jji uprcss Trains run each
way dally over the Tarlous lines of this load,
thus securing to the Irareler selecting this
route sure aud certain connections in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEV JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and points reached ria
Sioux Citr and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSHALLfrSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT IED.IR RAPID for Wateiloo, Cedar
FalN, ( hsrles Citr, Rurlington and St- Louis.
ATCLINION forDubunne. Dun'eith. Prai-
riedu Cblen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Cbicrgo, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
ATFUi.TONforFreeport. Racine Milwau-
kee and all points in Wisconsin
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
ooi 01 imcaco.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can oe procured, and any informat on ob
tained, concerning Route, Rates, etc., at the
Company's office. 2)8 Farnham street, Omaha,
and also at the pi incipal TicketOQ ces altnz the
line of the U. P.R.R.
TBoggage checked through to all principal
W.H.faTENNETT, MARVIN HUOHITT.
Gen'l PawDg'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
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 CITANGE ii fietween Omana and St.
I.ouis analj to'ebetweep OMAUA
anu AiiW YORK.
This the Only Jne running a
PULI.TIAS SLCKFIXQ CAR ESX
FROM OMAHA, OX ARRIVAL
OP TJIE VSIOX PACIFIC
KXPUK.SS TRA IN.
ae-Passengers taking othoi routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at tne Kivet Sution.
PASSEXCER TRAINS DAILY I
EASTEES AND WE3TEB5 CITIES
Willi Less Changes and In advance of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Talace Sleeping Cai3,
Palace D.iy Coached and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghoii3e
S3"See that your tickets rtad via
UncHtiH City , S-. JosepU &, Council
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale t cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADEUHV.
. F, BAYARD,
Uri li Kfph.
A. CD "
" -.. ES,
a 1 i'US. Agt.,
O TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. I.OOIS 1VITII
Pullman Palace Cars
THBOUGH WITHOUT CHAUGE
NEW Y ORK
Arrinl of Trainj fnm tie West
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
' Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston i
i TIOKEf S
Are tor Pale at the
X. E. corurr Foartb & Cheatnat s,
St. Loals, and at the Principal fUIl
,wy Offices in tbo West.
CHAS.- BABCOCK, C. E. RUSSELL
S'thern Pass. Ag't, West'n Pass. Ag't.
Dallas. Tkxaj. Kassas Chir.
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Oen'I Pass. Ag't.
affltf Isdiaxapous. St. Locij.
EstabliRned in 1851.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Th.os. Mills : Bro.,
Machines, Moalds, Ice Crest
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth fc't.
Geo. M. Mitts.
I UTALOGUE3 SENT
J J upon application.
Rocfc Island '
and Pacific E. I?.
THE GRAND CENTRAL R.OUTB fEOJI
OILULL TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Mo es, Davenport and. Reck Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
Wejtinouocsk Patent Air llsiaK and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily,
Connecting as follows: 1
IAT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, tor Osksloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk I
aud St. LonU.
AT tihtlNNLLL with the Central Railroad of
towa. for all points north to Si. Paul.
I AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedar itapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Pubuone A St
Ilsiil, At WILION JUNCTION with the
Suth-AVestern 1 ranch, for Musiatiur,
Washlrcton and all points ?outh.
AT DAVEMVRT wlih the faienport A St.
fa 1 Railroad for po-nts north.
AT I OCK 13L.1ND with the Western Union
lU'lroad for Freep rt, Beloit. i:acin. Mil
waukee and all points In northern I iinols
AT IUM.K ISLAND with the Rocktord. Rtck
IsTand and at. Louis Railroad for M. Louii
and points outh.
AT RUCK I3L.VND with the TeoriaARock
Inland Railroad for 1'e.irix n,l i..lnln,t
AT BUREAU JUNC. with branch, for Hen
ry. Larrre, Chilllcothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points noi t hand south.
AT CHICAGO with aJI lines East, North aed
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern citic,
via this line, can be procured, and any Infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
tlclet office of thecompanr, 12s Farnham St.,
Onialia. and also at tho principal ticket otSces
along the line of the U. P. R. B
""aTKoce CbeckctI TIirnnIi to
Principal Kaitrrn Pomtn.
A. M. SMITH,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't.
J. H. LACEY,
Gen'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
Depot for the sale of bis
3. SELLER A Co.,
Corner;ofBut'.ery and lashington Sts.
ALEX. J. LFI.Q T.
NATU'L C. IIUDJOM.
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Lcggat, Hudson & Co.,
Mamf-ifturcrs of every araud o
Fia Cut CJiewis
Our Special Brands:
BE A UTY.
All Our Tobaccos Strictly IVaranled.
OFFICE AXD SALK3K0O31
Cor. Second & Vine Streets,
Going East orSouth from Omaha
And Points 00 U. P.R.R., should take the
ATCHISON k NEBRASKA
And secure for thrmselres the choice of Six
Atchlso-J to Chicago and St. Louis,
All making Beliable Connections and being
Equipped with Palace Dij and Sleepiaj Cars.
All delay and InconTenicnce arririn:; frov
Ferries ar.d transfers can be aToIded tVrst of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets Tla
ATCIIISO.f and tho ATCniSU.t A
Direct and Cellable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. V. B, B. lor the
Great Arkansas Yallej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tla
LI1STCOL & ATCHISON
17. F. WniTE
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
X) AIL1T SEE
or f BUT.
r ''tit. 1 s'n-AiV
4 S WS HAVE TVKL E t.OOD RE-VSOVS
"V. why thcr will do vour work.
Quick and Easv,
Chean and Clean.
They are ce -pest to buy,
They are U-. tau-e.
Qfo Thcr bate cv. nly and quickly,
1 hey have always a good draft.
1 hey are maile or ihc bet material
They rast x-rf.t!r.
They ivquirc but Utile fuel,
Tl ey aro very low priced,
They ars easily managed.
They ar suited to all localities.
Every stoveguaranteedto glvesatUfactlon
Excelsior Man'fg Co
ST. LOUIS 310., .
ooo p l1' w
Or Sugar-Coaicd, Concentrated,
noos and Herbal Julco, Antl
BlIIouo Granules. THE eitTI:
clixt" CAXILVUTIC, or Jlultam
In Parvo ruysic.
Th3 novelty cf not'ern 3fedicfli. Chcalcal and
I-aatmaccatical Scicnco No usa of any Iccget
UL::n,' thi larsc repuNiva and nauseous pills,
caaiposed of cheap, c mlo. and bulky iu'redienta,
whcaMecanbynca-eful appiiraiion or chemical
Klecice. exfarr all tho cathartic and other rcttil.
t-ial propsriiis f. m the raoec valuable roots a
herb i, aad concen'rata them into a tuinnto Grin.
cie. scarcely lamer tliau n luttRtaril
ecI , Hut -an be readily fi allowed by those ui
the raojtMiisi'.iv) ttoniacht and fatidious tastes.
RichlU:lePurratIvo i'ollct represents. In a
J'tconccntntwl form. n much cathartic power
ns Is embolic t in any of tho larjo pills found fo:
rale la the itrrj shops From their vrondeilhl ca
funic power in proportion to their lze. peorle
wha bavo iu' tried ttiem aro apt to f appose that
thy a-e har'.i tirdntic in cflcct. Imt t neh Is not
at all thd ca-v. .ho diuercnt activo acdiclnal prl.
cip.'enor vhah thev oro composed bcinj o har.
njntzea cad mod-led. ona by tho o'crs." as to
rroJaco a mo-t BoarchlSs; aud thor
"iish.Ki Kontljrcl;u,,iy operating
S300 povraril Is iicrchy offered oytho pro-P-'-.or
of iheo relict, to any chemist who,
upon nnalysui, -iU find tu them an Calomel or
ether fenuj cf mercury ot any other mineral
Cclnsr cut Ircl j-vccotaMc.no partfeoiar
caro la .x-nalred wuilo usm? them.
nta Trithout Uistnrhjnco to tho constitution, d
oroccupttlon. For Juuiutlcc, Headaclie.
Coiifitip.itioii. Itupuro Itlood, Pa In
ill iuu nuuuiucr!) aikuiiics ui uio
Client, ElzzlncsH, Sour Krnctatloii
of ttio Stomacli, Uad (auto lit
utotttli, HIIloxiH nttacltx, Pain la
ri-slou or fCIdnoj-h, Internal Fotct,
IIloatcl feeling about stoiujcli,
Itusli of Itlood. If) Head. IliKll Col
ored triio, I tixoclalllity nil
CJIoomy t'orcbodIiiK taba Dr.
I'lorcc'KfloaHant Snrsat I vo Pellet!.
lacxplana-i aof tho remcdtil power of my Tur-
fitlo lLI-'ocrFa tr-vataa.icty of diseases,
wNh to tay tint tiielr action tipou tho
snlal ccononi) in uiilvcrtml, nota;
iBHtrc". Ao does not Impair then;
Lhcir t air cia..nif o d bclnj; cnchfecd In cl'
b-'ttlci ji-ecrvo tar!.- irtac-i unimpaired for any
leih cf tiUiC. ia any ciiiuile.so that they are al
irav i.- -Ji aad rouble, ulilch 1 not tho cao
tit'lilbipilis found in the ilrn stores, pat np la
rteap wood cr patc-boaal box's. Recollect that
f.ra'i Cm- i'a ulicrc a Laxative, Altera
tlve or Parsatlvo i- indicated, them llttlo
lMkn will plethoraO!t perfect eatisfacUoa to
TIicj- nrc pnld lij- nil cnterprlslnr
Drugirlhts at z 3 ccntx a. bottle.
Do E"t s'lo-y any d-nnlst to IndcCQ roi to.
taUe anjthiz els thatl.o may mr la lust aa
us i 03
fpo-1 cs my Pclleio In-rauo ho maked a larjet
V-i. An . .. k.. i.a .aa. .J. wr
draey it cannot irnpply them, enclosa 2? (.enjj
end tccehf tlwai y retnri mill froi"
k. r. mutes:, 21. ., JrVov,.
BCTFAIjO. n. t&
A?K FOR PYLE'S
B AKING- SODA !
BEST X3NT T7SI3
Soil bj- Tundt. Meyer A Raapkoand WhUney,
Bauscnnan A Co
East Zzxdia. Goods,
213 anil 215 FRONT STREET
San Franci California.
Samuel C. Smith,
Local A;ent forthe
U. P. R. H. LANDS,
Columbus, . ITob.
Government Lands Located !
. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms and Torni Eots for
! feaBf? ii6!Mf?wlrl3-00
-e' iivia - hia,3. y
MCSCHSKT3, XOiiaSTOSES, ETaJ" ETC
m72m JERSEY CITY, N J.
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