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The Indians Getting Excited Over
the Black Hills Expedition
Troublous Times Antici
pated. (Sioux City Times, May 31.)
Since the recent mysterious move
ments among the Sioux Indians at
the various up-river agencies many
speculations have beerr rife con
cerning their intentions. The
people at Fort Lincoln are just now
vexed over this problem, and no
inconsiderable excitement prevails
there, as the citizens are fearful of
an attack from the Cheyenne In
dians, who left their agency on the
22d, 400 strong, which number was
to be augmented at Standing Rock
bj the acquisition of another hun
But a few days since an old In
dian warned General Custar against
going on the Black Hills expedition,
informing him that such an expedi
tion would result in bloody work.
General Custar will immediately
hunt up thee marauding bands now
out on the war path, and is prepared
to makea summer campaign against
them If necessary. There are no
white settlements back of thoe posts
to le endangered, eonseqnently tiie
citizens at Bismaryk are anxious for
the opening of hostilities lietween
the military force and the Indians,
feeling confident that it will result
in a sure victory for the troops.
lour hundred and hfty men are
expected to leave Fort Lincoln to
morrow, (Monday) to learn the
whereabouts of the Indians, taking
with them sufficient rations to last
eight days, and will go in light
marching order. The Indian scouts
who have been seen from time to
time of late about Lincoln, have
been each time driven away by the
The simple announcement of the
fact that the foot of the white man
is said to have never entered the
Black Hills, is of itself a sufficient
incentive to fire the desires of thou
sands to visit that region, and the
time has now come when that coun
try will be explored and its hidden
resources of wealth unveiled to an in
terested and expectant people. One
remarkable superstition of the
Sioux Indians is that the Black
Hills region is the home of the de
parted spirits of the red men, pre
paratory to their going to the happy
hunting grounds. In accordance
with this prevailing belle'f the Sioux
often visit that sacred region for the
purpose of communicating with the
spirits of the departed ones; and
being possessed of this belief they
steniiy refuse to allow the white
man to pollute the sacred soil by his
"Willie jt U geiienilly understood
that tho government will oppose the
following up of tho expedition by
independent bands of propectors,
it Is yet generally conceded that
such parties will follow along In the
wake of the military expedition.
Every precaution will be taken to
protect the Indians agaiust invas
ion by the fillibustering parties, and
the inhabitants are warned against
leaving th,e reservations on threats
of punishment. It is feared that
the outbreaks which are just now
threatened by tbe Indians will in
some ineasurp delqy tljo expedition,
and if tho hostilities aro o.outfnuod
for any length of time, they will
undoubtedly result In Its indefinite
If the Sioux make an attack on
the Bees, who are friendly to the
whites, as has been alleged to.be
their purjose, the government will
most likely step In and tender them
protection. As a consequence of
this the Sioux would eventually Ihj
repulsed, in which case they would
searcelj' be expected to make a stren
uous effort to oppose tho expedition
to the Black Hills, At all events
this expedition is ono that will be
watched with a great deal of anxiety,
and thousands of people will await
the result of It with bated breath.
Getting a Free Pass.
"Is the souprintendent abaout?"
The, clerks at the Boston and
Providence Railroad office in Bos
ton looked up from their books and
accounts and saw a specimen of the
genus New England Yankee, since
the days of railroad enterprise year
ly geltling scarcer. An old man of
sixty-seven or seventy years of age,
whose face continued exposure to
the sun had browned to a mahogany
color, whose thin iron gray hair
straggled out from under a felt hat
a little the. WQ"5(? for wear, whose
"store clothes" were a dozen years
old in fashion, whose expanded
bony hands and vast oxtontof wrist
projected far beyond the coat-cull,
and broad square brogans tied with
leather strings and guiltless of
blacking stuck far through the ends
of his pantaloons.
One of the officials, in answer to
the inquiry, pointed towards a desk,
wherp sftt an alert-looking, clean
cut, all-alive sort of man, and. said,
"That, sir, is Mr. Folsom."
"Harnso'me?" said the old fellow,
"yaas, so, so ; but praise to the face
Js open disgrace, as Aunt Jerusha
used to say,''
" What can I do fur you to-tlaj?"
asked the superintendent, curiously
eyeing the visitor that stood before
him, in the midst of a subdued
snicker from the clerks.
"Day? Yaas, very fine day.
Don't 'spose you remember me, do
" Your name I must Uve forgot
ten." I'Mustapha Cotton? Thunder,
no J " Oqtton was he feller what did
the gradin', 1 only furnished the
" What grading do you mean ?"
said the sujwrintendent.
" Gradin' done mean ! Gosh all
hemlock! I should think it was.
Bottom dropped right aout on't"
"What contract aro you talking
of, sir, aud what do you want of
me?" said the official a little net
tled. "Who do you want to see? why
yew, if yew air the superintendent.
Yew air, aintj-e?"
"Yes," said the railroad officer,
with a nod, "lam."
"Wall, ye see, I'm a little deef, an
I usfd to furnish sleepers fur this
road, I did. Sold n jgh six hundred,
an' only forty thrown aout,"'
"You must bo mistaken," said thp
railroad man, shouting Into his visi
tors' ear;" we haven't made any
contracts for some years."
"Seven years! Wall, darn It all,
'twas longer ago n'that. I made a
trade with Raymun Lee d'ye re
member Raymun Lee little fellar,
not ser tall as yew smart ez er steel
"Yes, I remember him, he was
superintendent of the road twenty
"Twenty years ago! Yaas, yaas.
Wall, I moved east more'n ten year
ago; I was farmln' on It then up
back of Attleberry, owned a piece
of land up there on sheers with Jo.
Farbink him as broke his leg In a
harrer in the widder Burt's field
darned fool told him the steers
would start, and he might have
"Well, well, V said the railroad
offloeq ImpaUently,"wbat js your
"Wall, I have been runnln' a
thrashiu' machine Ian falldaown
ter Agusty, Maine, teudin' a saw
mill till last week; lumber ain't
mov'n so quick ez it used to,
"What is your business here, I
mean?" bawled the superintendent.
What do you want?"
-"Want? Why 1 want to go to
"Well, why don't you go? There
is the station, and the train leaves
in ten minutes."
'Wall, I hain't got no ticket en
ef you could give me a free pass
"Why should I pass you free ? I
can see no reason."
"Whv, you know, I sold them
sleepers" to Raymun Lee a cussed
sight too low, an' he said"
"What !" shouted the exasperated
officer. "Do you mean to come to
me for a free pass over this road
because twenty years ago you sold
Mr. Lee fifty dollars' worth of
sleepers? This is too much."
"Tew mueh! Xo, sir, yew,
couldn't buy them airsleepers naow
for double the money, an' Raymun
.Liee he wa'n't so close 01 ins passes,
fur when I cum down here an set
tled with him an got talkin' with
him, he ,old me if I'd only go up to
Attleberry he'd gin me a pass "
"Good gracious!" said Fol&on,
sinking back in his chair, hoarse
and exhausted with shouting, with
the great drops of perspiration on
his forehead, "so I will if you'll
only go. Mr. S., buj' him a ticket
for the next train, and charge it to
my account. I won't write him a
pass ; he might come back here on
The Wheat Prospect.
Throughout the whole country,
with the exception of New York,
the prospect for the coming crop of
wheat is that it will be a full aver
age, if not above, unless something
hereafter should step in to interfere
with it, such as drouth, rust, insects,
etc. These, however, will be likely
to be local in their ellects, if felt at
all, and we may therefore look for a
good general crop. In view
of this prospect some of
tho croakers are already ma
king up wry faces about low
prices, intimating that a full crop at
half price would not bring more"
money than a half crop at full price,
which was the complaint a year
or two ago. The price of wheat
last fall and winter, and the buoy
ancy of the market until it was
known that this crop had safely
passed tho winter, indicate that the
stook on hand was small in the
large grain warehouses, which is
also proved by such statistics as
can be obtained. The history of
the past is, that the first season of
plenty after continued scarcity tho
granaries are filled at fair prices, to
provide for future emergencies, an
advantage which may bo gained
this year if tho crop is properly
This should now be the subject
for discussion in the granges and
councils. A few cents per bushel
saved is better than so much earned.
Let us see what be accomplished in
this matter, and prove the benefit
of co-operation! Jiural American.
Af CATTIE .BROKER,
ALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAHV
DK, A. S. BILLINGS,
Bet. 13th and 11th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use o! 21-tro-js
"Office open atail hour cStf
Ja G Jj
CARPENTEP AND BUILDER,
23J FAIINHAM STREET.
Hew Xoat Market.
SPAlTLDt' G ii. JODBDAX.
14th St. Bet. Farnliam and Barney,
mcM5-2m Oppo He Ihe Grand Central
Froctkg oa 4th, 5th an! Walnut sti
St. Louis, - Mo.
"Laveillo, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel Is first-cluss in all Its
ap ointments. lis tables are at all times sup
plied in the greatest abuudance, with' all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerxs and
employes arp all polite and attentive to the
want! oi the guistsol the hotel. There is an
improved elcTa'or leading from the Snt floor
to the upper one, ltallroad and steamboat
ieket ofiWs, news stand, und western Anion
telegraph ota e in the Hotundaof hotel.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIO GS' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chicaco Streets. Good Hard
Wood $7 00 ; Soit $ 00. Store Wood to suit
aqy number of store rcry cheap. apUtf
MK8. J. K. VANDKRCOOK
Rcsldeqce and office 250 Dolge t be 11 tU and
" la til St..
Special attenUon paid to'obstetricj and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. I9tf.
F. A. PETEKS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AM) CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
No. 374 fTarnhamgt. feel, 15th 4felGth.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guarrant,ed.
B-Ca.U paid for hides. ap39yl
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DRAULIC CEMENT.oI the very best quality,
and in any quantity.either at the factory, which
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In Omaha Ther also are prepared to furnish
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j-oxxivr -Jc a
255 Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
In all it Branches, In tbe latest and
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHLNU
Iand repalriae done on short cotice.
I Q?J fn QOA PEB DAT- AgenUwant
OO W OA) ed. All classes ol-work-
mg people of either sex, young or old,. make
core money at work for ns In their spare's
menu or all the time, than at anything els.
awraianajuj ; gu,, ruruanu, iiaunr
si) Wagea M-kfeg
Money and Commerce. -
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
June 2, 1874. J
There i3 nothing new in financial
circles, and the commercial situation
Is unchanged. Coffees are quoted
lower and weak in Xew York. Li
quors firm with an upward tendan
ey. Lumoer is a shade lower in
Chicago and Milwaukee, but the
change id too small to affect the
western market. Provisions are
firm at quotations, and are in brisk
Boots and shoes are less sought
for to-day and carpetings in greater
Produce continues to come for
ward freely and we notice some ar
rivals of very fine California fruits.
Prices in the general market are
without material change.
Carefully; Corrected 'Daily
j. j drown fc bro., Cor. 14th and
Garner A Co.
Merrimack D. .....
A moskeag ...........
Ererett G G
do 9-4 .
do 11-1 ........M..
Waltham 8-4 ............
Pepperell K tine......
uo 'j-t .....
Puttman A A
Arkwrlght, blue... .................
B,arer Creek A A.-.... -
Haii Maker, blue... ......... ............
India, B B blua and brown.... .
New York, B.... ...... ........ ......
Otis, B B
Otis. C C
Oakland ......... . -Warren
B lt....... ....... ......
Andrnvogglng 4-2 a a.... -..
do do L .-. ..,-. ...
Boot, S... . -.,..........
do B 4-4 . ...
Fruit of the Loom ..... .......
do do do 100
liev York Mills . ..... -
Wamasatta ... -.
Lonsdale...,,-...... ... .....
Amoskeag, a c a.... ......
Constoga, A Pre ...
do Go d Medal-.
kurtz MOHR t CO., 231 Farnliam
Clark's O. N. T -...... 7q
$ S.'2 00
3 OCMG 00
Dickens' host $ 90
King William .... 1 35
Domestic ..... ..... 1 SO
Sauiley ... . 2 50
Ottoman strips 52 23C 50
Whlto common 810 60
" medium . 15 00
' custom made... 30 CO
Calico 4 75a7 50
Brown drill SG S0a7 25
dnck 7 75a9 00
Blue drill 7 00a7 50
' duck . 8 00a9 50
White 8 00a9 50
French whalebone to 23a3 00
Ojr own ... 15 00
Comet 22 50
Linen printed . $ 9 00
" ruffled 12 00
" fluted 15 0J
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 25 per dozen;
Turkeys, G 00 ; Oranges and Lemons
are advancing, Oranges 8 50 per
box, Lemons 9 OOper box.
JOItS T. EDOAB.
Horse shoe bar-
Korway nail rod-
American casn, octagon and square
Jess p's English do do -.
Burden's horse shoes, per keg
do mule do do .......
Northwestern horse nails -
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 ptr cent.
Stor hall patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd to C0J per keg
gd do .
d do .
3d fine do
lOd finls'ng do ......
8d do da ....,
Gd do do ......
10d caslnz do
8d do Uo .
Gd do do ...
Wrought, all sizes ....... .
Carriage and tire discount
Narrow wrought, fart Jointdiscount
Cast, loose pin reversible. do
Hay and manure forks.. -.discount
Hoes and garden rakes.. do
Strap and T .. ..discount
H Holt's Ha rest King.per dor. net
Champion .. I
grams axo suovts.
Rowland's NoS black shovels, D li
do do polished do do
do do black spades do -.
Moore do polished do do
do'a "spring point" L H shorels
Lippencott'a Western Crown
do do do b refed-.
Parke's No 3, Iron box net
do do 103 do .
do do 25 Union inh
eo do 34 ' do BrlUnia
narsraTe,SmithA Co., discount
American File Co do
Maydole-s, A E No J. 1J$, 2
Hammond's A E No S
do do do 4
do ln;lniers No 1
do do do 2
do do do 3
Morris' jhlngllcg.No 1
do do do 2 .
do do do 3.
do cl.w do l.
do do 2,..
EuB.Iu S. sole 9 lb
Hemlock SL tole No 1.
do do No 2.
do do -dam-do
span sole good
do do dam-.
. 1 50
. 1 00
do kip .
do umr f i .-
Oak tole ? lb
do calf .. .
do kip ......
. 1 75
. 1 44
FVhcalf Jodotspr dr..... .
Other brands different wt,
French kip pr B . . ...
Bark linings .
Dry flint pr lb -.
G ret n ......
Green salted. - ..
Jan. and Feb, pells
SjicarllLg. ..... ...............
15 . 16
1 25 V)
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 126 34; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Olire, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 55 14 ; German ilot
led, 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ART UOOD3 AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin 11. Jones, Decoratire Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furnishes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one incb,
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
45r- imitation rosewood and cilt. 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 dditional foot,- 75c per
Union md all wool terry, per yard
1 503 j0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Hust, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Subject to change of market without notice.
WM. M. FOSTER,v
On U. P. R. R. track twt. Farnham and Doug
las. GEO A. HOAGLAND.
Joisls, studding and sills, 20 It, and
Over 20 ft. each additional ft add'l.
Fencing No 1 ........
do No 2
1st common boards
2nd do do ...
"A" stock boards, lo and 12 inch.
"B" do do do do
"C" do do do do
1st clear; 1, 1. 1 aed 2 Inch
2d do do do do
. 30 00
.. 24 00
3d do do
do do .....
do 1st common,
do 2d do
do 3d- do
d- nsrrow, clear-
1st clear ceiling men
2d do do inch .
1st do do luch .
2d do do yt inch .... .
1st clear siding ...
2d do do
1st common siding
2d do do
"A" shingles .
Extra No 1 shingles .
Common No 1 shingles
Lath per 1000
D A H pickets eer 100
Square do do do .
O (f Batten per lineal f
uoush uo uo uo
33 per cent offChicago list.'
25 pei cent oft CL logo lit t.
White lime per bbl SI 7502 00
Lonlsrllle cement per bbl . 3 00tj3 25
Plaster paris per bbl 3 503 ,5
Plastering hair per bubel . 40
Plastering board. A
OILS. PAIXTS, GLASS, Jfcc.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
Coal Oil $ 19
Linseed Oil, raw. 1 05
" " bl'd- 1 10.
Headlight Oil 28
Lard on, No. 1.. S f 0
.. . .
" strain'd f
Lubricating .. as
W, Va. I
While Lead, St. Louts, Srtlctly Pure . J UK
" Fancy Braiidi . 9a
Putty in Bladders... . . 5U
" " Bulk lA
Enameld Glass, colors, 1 sq. ft...
Flat Glas, 0 " c discount
T1X, SHEET-IUON. 1TIBE, &C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 IC, Tair qnality
10x14 Ic. best quality.
10x14 IX do do .
12x12 IC do do ,
12x12 IX do do
ltx20 IC do do ..
14X20IX do do ..
14x20 IXX do do .
- 17 50
. 27 50
14x20 IXXX do
l'O Plate DC
100 plate DX. do
100 plate DXX do
100 plate DXXX do
Roofing IC charcoal do
Roofing IX do do
10x1410 coke do
20x23 IC charcoal roofing..,
20x23 IC charcoal rooting...
etxl4 IX charcoal. .
10x20 coke (for gutters)....
Sheet tin 25 to 36 in
do do do
do do do
ic half casks
In 250 lb casks-
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet
Tinners soldei (extra refine!...-
do do No. 1... ..
do do roofing
First quality, Numbers 16 to 21...
do do do 25
do do do 28..
do do do 47
Charcoal, both sides smothe
do No 24
do do J6 .. .
do do 27
Juniata, No. ?s
do do 26 .
do do 27 ..
Russia perfect 7 to 12
UO ISO. I, stained
Imi thin full hnnitlr. i!rl one Cent.
"A"Amerlcan ImmiUt'n Russia, all Nos.
Leas than full bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to 20
do 21 to 24.
do 25 to 25
Full bundles discount 15 per cent
Braziers 6 to 9
do 10 'o 12 ft
do 12U to 100 B
Sheathimt, 14 acd 16 ox.
Planished, 14 and 16 01 -
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, PJanished .
10 11 ' UH "X
Nos. 0 to 6 8,8.9 10,11 M.M
14 13 16 19 30
Nos. 15,16 17 IS 19 20
Per bundle 15 per cent discoun
STEELE & JOHNSON 533-540 14TH ST.
CLARK 4 FRENCH COB. FARNHAM AND
1JTH BT. . -"
PnNDT, MEYER A RAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE UEALERS-
morgax & Gallagher, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAX fc Co., 247
j. j. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr sb.
i'owaerea ao j
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
Circle A do
Yellow C do
N O choice do
Rio choice pr lb . . .
do prime do .
do good 'do
O G JaTa
Common pr gallon
Good do ....
Choice do ....
do N O molasses
M Wesk A Co..
Kirk's Saron -... .
M. Wesk A Co
do sterling .
Black goods, Western
do do Virginia .
do do Lorrrlard's
Bright do do do
do do Virginia .
Natrral eal . .
pfcahfornU peaches per oound
do appus no .....
S.ate do do
New currants ......
do prunes ... .
do German cherries..
do blackberries . ......
lo rasuberries .
p do raslns pr box... . -
do seedless rasies per pouau .
New in barrels -do
.Si S0a3 00
- 4 50a5 75
2pouDlcanMycr'soyst':,Per'0se', 23a4 50
1 do do do do do 2 50a2 73
2 do do Willim's do do 4 00a4 2i
2 do- do peaches do do 4 75a5 09
3 do do dr do do 6 75a750
Tomatoes, 2 pound cans, per rase 3 50a3 75
do 3 do do do 5 00
Corn, Trophy, ptr case 5 50
do Wlnslow do 5 73af 00
do Yarmouth do . 6 00
Strawberries, per case 4 75a5 50
Raspberries, do do .. 6 01
Pineapples, do do .... 5 50
Oolongs per pound 25a75
Young Uyron, per yound 40al 00
Gunpowder, do do ...... GOal 25
XXXX Iowa City .
Gunnies, heary weight.
do licht do
Burlaps, four bushel-
Grain bags, Amoskeg A
do do Ludlow a a .
Nutmegs, Penang besl.per pound.
Clove 1 do do .
Alsplce do do
Clnamon bark do do -
1 35al 4
Manufactured by the Imperial Bak
PowderCo., Omaha, Neb. -
1 B boxes ... per dui 4 25
V. lb boxes . . do 2 40
y. n boxes : do 1 30
51b boxes- Co 18 51
In bulk.per lb, in 25,00 and 10 ft lots 33
A. E. simpson, Manufacturer, 532
Reconstruction .... ...
Grand Central . ......
Partigas .... .....
La E.pana1a .
Do Viller .
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
"Wholesale depot 54S 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks-- . . 2 90
OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Valley lands !
33. 1ST. OIiVR
THESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
Tor Cash or on longr Time.
-LAND EXPLORING 1 ICK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. De
Iot, bearing coupons which will
lie taken at full cost in payment
J. SCHOONiVAKER & SON
PROPRIETORS OF THE
White Lead. Red Lead, Litharge
Pattj, Colors Dry and inOH.
PURE VERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
We narantee our brand ol Strictly Pure
White I cad to be free Irom impurities, and
will pay $50 in gold for eTery ounce of adul
laia'Jon found in this packaze.
tnr73m J. SCIIOONMAKER A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Xcdal of Progress, YieiiBi,
First Prealqrn Cincla aattl Indas-
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium Brooklyn. Indus
trial Exposition, 1873.
For Samples or Information address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
a72m JERSEY CUT, N J.
'JZZIZZT. . mo$
The Popular Route from
Chicago and the East !
Only Direct Route
Cro.He, fralrle Da Ctilcn. Winona,
St I'.ol.Dutalb, JinnTllIc, Utna.
h, tirrru a., Katlue. MeTrn'a
Point. W.trrtTii, (hW-sh, roia
BiiLw, aiatlloa aud Milwaukee.
It Being the SborUst and FListConiDleted Line
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Constant'lniproT.ui nts hare taken place in
the way of reducing GtaJp, and placing Iron
with Steel lulls, adding to iu rolling slock
new and Elegant
DAY and 8LKEP1XO CARS
Equipped with the "Westlughouje Air Urate"
and "Miller PUt'orm." establishing comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses, offering all
the comforts of traveling tte age can produce.
From to 10 Fast Express Tralus run each
way dailr orer the rarlous lines of this toad,
thus securing to the trareler selecting this
route sure and certain (oauectlons in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and points reached ria
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT ORAND JUNCTION for Fort Podge,
Pes Moines. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSH ALL for St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, aud northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo. Cedar
foil. CharlM Citr. Hurlintrton and St. Louis.
ATCLINlONforDubuqne, Dun'elth, Prai
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on tho
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTONforFreeport, Racine Milwau
kee aud all pointsln Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
ont of Chicaco.
Through tickets to all eastern cities ria this
line can be procured, and any informat on ob
tained, concerning Route, Rates, etc., at the
Company's office. 218 Farnham street, Omaha,
and also at the piincIpalTicketOtfices along the
line of theU.P.R-R.
ST-Raggage checked through to all principal
W.II.STENNETT, MARVIN HUGHITT.
Gen'l Passng'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J. H. 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 tbe only dire line to
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE "WEST
MO CTIANGE i iu between Omaha and St.
Louis ana b it oe between OMAHA
ana A iiW YORK.
This the Only lae running a
rULlVTIAJi SLEEPING OAR EAST
VUOH OMAHA, OX AKIUTAL
OF THE UNION PACIFIC
sWPassencers taking othci routes nae a
disagreeable transfer at the Klrer Station.
PASSENGER TItAINS DAILY!
EASTEEN AND WE3TEBM CITIES
With Less Changes and in adrince of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cam,
Palace Day Coaches and ChairCars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Weatinghouse
STSee that your tickets read via
Kansas Citr. H . Josaph ic Council
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. a DAWES,
Gen'l Pats. Agt.,
IE .A. S T.
O TllAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. lOTJIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UOH WITHOUT 0HAHQE
AttItiI of Trains from tie West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland. Buffalo & Boston
TTnLTrpQ Are for gale at the
llwlVJliXo Company' Oflice,
S. K. coruer Foartb Cbcstaat it:,
NI.Lonla, and at the Prlaiclpal Rail
way Oflaccs la tbe West.
CHAS. BABCOCK, a E. RUSSELL,
S'thern Pass. Az't, Wesfn Pass. Ag't.
Dallas. Texas. Kansas Citt.
JOHX E. SIMPSOX. CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
a2)U ISDiASAPOUs. St. Loch.
. Established in 1851.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Tlios. Mills eft Bro
Maeblaea. Moalis, lee Ce
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North EiguUi St.
Proprietors: 1 EsTAntUHEDjSSj.'
.Thohas Mills, 1
Gso-f. Mills, f CATALOGUES SENT
AtlikP-Paemmlj j upon application.
Chicago, Bock Island
and Pacific R. B.
THE GRAND CENTRAL B0UTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, Parenport and Rock Island,
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
tfErrixonovsjc Patext Air Bkikes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Dailjt
Connecting as follows:
AT DES MOLKES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lorOskaloou, Ottumwa, Keokuk
ami St. Lonis. . .. . .
AT iiKINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa. foraU points north to Su Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with Ihe Burlington,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington. Cedar Rapids, Dubuque A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCflON with the
South-Western nranch, for Muscatine.
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVESPOltr with the Daenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT KOCK IsLAND with the Western Union
RailroadMor Freepoit, Belolt, Racine, Mil
waukee and all points In northern I.linols
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord. Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for Su Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
Island Railroad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC. with branch, for Hen
ry, Larere, Chlllicothe and PeorU.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort h and south.
AT CHICAGO with J1 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
tctet offlce of the companr, 123 Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at tbe principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. 8.
Baffsase Cheeked TBrongti to all
Principal Eastern Points.
A. M. 8MITH,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
J. H. LACEY.
Gen'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
Depot for the sale of hia
1. KELLER & Co.,
ALK.T. J. LEOGAT.
NATll'L C. 1ICU30X.
r. n. itcDsox
JAS. O. BUTLUt
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Leggat, Hudson & Co.,
Manufacturers of eTery araujo
Fine Cut Cbewing
Our Special Brands:
All Our Tobaccos Strictly Waraated.
OPFICK AND SAI.KSR0O31
Cor. Second & Vine Streets,
St. Xjo-ixIs THIo,
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.R., should Uke the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for thenuelres the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Atclilsoa to Chicago and St. Louis,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Palaca Day aid Sleeplag Can.
All delay and inconvenience arrlrlng f rom
Ferries ar.il transfers can be aroldal West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Ticket! Tla
ATCIIISON and tbe ATCH1SUN A
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. R. R. for the
Great Arkansas Taller & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tla
LINCOL & ATCHISON
CHAS. OSMITII, rV. F. WIIITE
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
a29tf AHlSoa, Kaeaas)
ILOW. ' IRESERVOIBC
-zzm'M x wii
AS WE HAVE TWELVE t.OOD REASON'S
why ther will do four work.
Quick and Easv,
Chea and Clean.
They are cheapest to buy,
Ther in trfL tn lift.
4 Ther bake ennly and quickly,
Ther hare alwars & i?ool draft.
ny They are made of tko bestinaterlal
V They rcast perfectly,
ft a They require but Utile fuel,
ineyare rery tow priccu,
They ara easily managed.
Ther are suited to all localities.
BB Erery store guaranteed t. glrc satisfaction.
Excelsior Man'fg Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
.issssssU- J ss issssl
Or Sugar-Coaicd, Concentrated)
IZoot and lTcrbal Juice, Antl
BiltonaGrannlca. THE "LITTLE
GIANT" CATU.1RTIC or Tlultam
In Farvo Phyalc.
Tho noTelty of modem Mcdteai. Chetnlcal and
Pharmaceutical Science No use of any longer
taking tho large, rcpuNlvo and naoieous pill,
composed of cheap, crude, and bulky ingredient,
vrhcu we can by a careful application of chemical
science, extract all the cathartic and other medl.
final properties from the moec Taluabio roots am
herbs, and ronrcnlrato them Into a mlnnto Gran.
uio. scarcely larger titan a mustarJ
eel. that can tie readily swallowed by thoe ol
the most sensitive etomacn and fastidious tastes.
Eichlltil.; Purgative Pellet represent. In
most concentrated form, as much cathartic power.
as is embodied in any of tho lanro pills found for
sale la the drt: shops. From their wonderful ca
thartic poweriTn proTOrtloa to their size, people
who have not tried thcta aro apt to nppco that
they aro haria ordrntictn effect, but such is not
at all tho caj. ihe different actlvo acdiclnal prin
ciples of which they aro composed being lo har
tnjnizeU and modeled, ono by tho others, as to
produce n moat searching aud tbor
$500 Howard l ucreby ofTcrcd by tho pro
prietor of .heso Pellets, to any chemist who,
upon analysis, vlll find In them an Calomel or
other form of mercury ot any other inWral
Bclnfifcntlrclr vcgctable.no partrcnlar
caro Is .-equired while using them. They ope
rate without dlatnrbanco to tho constitution, diet,
or occupation. For Jaundice, Ucndache.
Constipation, Impuro Blood, Palu
lu tno Shoulders, TlgsTmcss of tho
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Ernctatlouat
ot tho Stomach, Bad tasto In
uioath, Bilious attacks. Pain In
region ot Kldiicyt, Internal Fowcr,
Bloated feeling about stomach.
Bush or Blood to Head, High Col
ored Urine, Unsociability and
Ulootny forebodings, tako Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets.
In explanation, of tho rcmediarpowcr oJ my Tar-
fitive Pellets over o prcat a variety of diseases,
wlshtosaythat their action nppn tho.
animal economy Inunlversal, not at
eland or tlisuo escaping their sana
tive impress. A;o docs not Impair thems
their engarcoatlng-and being enclosed in glas
bottles pre-'crvo their lrtucs unimpaired Tor any
IcEKlhortlmc. laanyclimate.Bothattheyaro al
vrav fresh and reliable, which I not tho casa
with the pihs found In the drag Btores.pnt np ia
cheap wood or pate-bcard boxes. Recollect that
f;ra!i diseaca where a Laxative, Altera
(ire or Purgative is indicated, these llttlo
Pellets wih clethcinoBt perfect satlaficUoa to
all who u them.
Thew aro uold by all enterprising
Drugglbl at 25 cents a bottle.
Do not allow any druggist to lndcco yoa to
take anything els that ho may ay ia Just as
rood as my Pcllcto because ho makes a target
profit on that uhi-a ho recommends. Jf your
drn-Mst cannot supply them, cncloso SS ccuu
andreceiYL tbem oy return miil from j
b. r. riEiiox:, Jf. j., Jtvotv,.
BUFFALO, N. &
ASK EOK PYLES
BAKINQ SODA !
BS8T IN t7SH
Sold by Pundt. Meyer A Raapkeand Whltne,
Bauserman A Co.
East India Goods,
213 asad 313 FR.O.VT STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for'the
IT. P. R. R LANDS,
Columbus, - XTb,
Government Lands Located !
V. P. Lands Sold!
IraproTed Farrxu and Totth tots fer
ON LONG- TIME!!
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