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York, Neb., June 6, 1S74.
Editor Bee :
I send you a few notes concerning
the growth and prospects of
This town is situated In the north
west corner of York county, in the
charming valley of the North Blue.
It is designed to be the center of
horticultural interests; each street
is to hare a different kind of tree,
and is to bear the name of the tree
planted on it. Strips eight feet
wide are already broken around the
blocks, preparatory to planting next
Two good buildings are already
erected, and lumber is on the ground
The leading horticulturists of the
west have warmly endorsed the en
terprise. The Bryant's, of Prince
ton, Illinois, havealreadypurchased
a block, and ethers express their de
sire to do so. A. Pond, Esq., one
of the leading sawyers' of Saratoga,
New York, has purchased one
fourth of the town, and also forty
acres adjoining, which is being"bro
ken up for planting trees. E. H.
Pond, a banker from Tipton, Iowa,
ha purchased forty acres near town
which is already broken up. He
has alo purchased a section of land
near here, all of -which is being bro
ken. Fifteen teams are now at
work on it. Mr. Pond never does
anything by halves.
Arborville is fourteen miles from
Lone Tree, and twenty miles from
any other town, in the center of one
of the finest farming districts in the
State. Trade must be good at" this
point, and our pressing need is a
good store uch as the wants of a
farming community demand. Some
one from our over-crowded towns
would do well here far better than
in the severe competitions of a
larger place. N
A cheese factory is projected'with
a reasonable prospect of success.
The sight is chosen, and it is hoped
that we will be ready for work in
The great want of Hamilton and
York counties is a bridge at Xone
Tree. If feome of the directors of
the U. P. It. R. could come brer to
this side of the Platte, and see how-
this territory is being drained by
other roads, they would not delay
long in this enterprise.
The area of wheat put in this
year is enormous, and as the Platte
is now and must be impassible, the
freights must go by way of the
B. and M. P. R. R. An immense
amount of produce which belongs
to the U. P. and should And market
through Omaha, goes to Seward.
The U. P., also, are much re
tarded in the sale of their lands for
lack of a bridge at the above point.
Land buyers coming in over the B.
& M. naturally look at the lands of
that company lirst. Often driving
over the grounds and seeing the
present and prospective necessities,
I am convinced that in two years at
least a bridge would so nearly pay
for itself that the railroad company
would be well satisfied with the in
vestment. Tb,o effect on Lone Tree would be
very marked." The new town of
Arborville, and all the rich adjacent
oountrj' which is now being turned
over by hundreds of breaking teams
would pour their wealth Into this
place and give it an impetus, such
as it has not yet felt. More Anon.
Yours for Progress.
C. S. Harrison-.
L0CAT1NG THE JUNCTION.
The Prophet Beaten in a Land
There has been some little clash
ing in Ogdcn between the Prophet
and the railroad magnates over the
location of the junction of the Cen
tral Pacific and Union Pacific roads.
A number of the principal officials
of both these roads arrived in Salt
Lake on Thursday, with a view of
conferring with Brigham Young on
the proposed location. On Saturday
they proceed to Ogden to look over
the ground and hold a conference.
But when they met for busi
ness, the Prophet was not
present. This they construed
as an Intentional slight, and
the President of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints, 'was
somewhat roughly criticised. But
the parties came together subse
quently, and the question was put
soundly to Brigham what induces
ment he oould offer for the junotion
to be located in Ogden. They de
manded a liberal gift of land, as
they proposed to put up a fine depot
building, and erect machine shops,
repair shops, and no end of other
works. Five miles west, one or
both of the companies owned a fine
body of land, three thousand acres
In extent, and this the principal
negotiators thought would be a line
place for the junction; they could
take all the land they wanted for
their own uses, and sell the-rest for
town lots. Mr. Dillon, President
of the U. P. road, Chief Engi
neer Sickles and GovernorStanford,
President of the C, P. Road, talked
plainly to the old man; they told
him they wanted a good extent of
land, and they did not propose to
pay one dollar for it either. Brig
ham wriggled at. this. He had
played sharp on "the brethren to
get their land, thinking to make a
big thing of it, and now he was
called upon to give the largest por
tion of it away. To carry the
junction away from Ogden would,
also be to ruin ihat city, and
this sacrifice the Prophet could
nol listen to. So after considerable
debate, and a resort to his shrewdest
diplomacy. Brother Brigham con
sented to give orer 318 acres of land,
to secure the junction at Ogden, and
have the railroad buildings put up
at that place. Thus Brigham has
been badly euchred in his big land
speculation, but his faithful follow
ers will have to make up the loss to
him. Mr. Sickles, we understand,
will survey and lay out the ground
in a couple of weeks, in order to
commence building. TheOgdenites
have a bright future in store for
them. Salt Lake Tribune June Ath.
The Helena (Montana) Indepen
dent of May 10 has the annexed :
The meek'reyed heathen, even if he
does not know the name of all the
different articles in a first-class dry
goods store, has a way of making
himself understood to the Intelligent
"Mellican" man. Yesterday a
Chinaman entered one of our dry
roods stores, walked up to the J
counter, doposited a grasshopper
thereon, saying, as he gazed upon
the clerk with a confiding look :
"He too muoh hoppee; all hoppee
stop him. You sabbee?" And as
the obliging clerk commenced
measuring off musqulto-bar, the
delighted heathen began hum
ming a song of the Flow
ery Iand, happy in the
thought of how he was going to fool
the grashoppers. They had been de
stroying his garden, and wanting to
purchase some musqulto-bar, but
not knowing the name of the arti
cle, he brought the destroyer with
him and the clerk understood in a
mdtoent the article needed.
On Saturday last we accepted an
invitation from Mr. Ford Roper, one
of the Beatrice Cement Company,
to visit their manufactory two miles
down the river. We had been there
while the kilnwas being built, but
not'since. Oar readers will remem
beVthat the actual manufacture and
shipment of -cement have been
going on for three or four weeks
now, and hence-a few particulars
regarding the extent of the mill,
and the process of manufacturing
will not prove uninteresting, proba
bIJ' ,. r
Arriving at the mill, we found
Governor Paddock-hard at'work in
the dense dust of the place, looking
as if he had been dropped in a vat
of cement, and had just come out."
Under Jiis and Mr. Roper's guidance
-we went in rough the mill.
The quarry irom which the cement
rock is taken has been described be
fore, and we will simply say that
there is an undetermined amount
of it enough to run a mill about
two hundred years, we should say.
It is blasted, broken up into portable
chunks, and hauled to the foot of
an inclined, stage whence it is taken
with wheelbarrows to the mouth of
the kiln and dumped in. The kiln
is very substantially built, and may
be said to be two stories high.' The
upper story hold the unburnt rock,
and the lower story receives, the
barnt cement as it drops dbwn'below
the tire. Fire is kept under the
rock night and day. The burnt
material is drawn from the lower
receptacle every four hours, the
amount drawn out each time being
sufficient to make IS barrels of
cement Thus the capacity of the
kiln Is 108 barrels of manufactured
cement a day (24 hours), although
it is estimated by Mr. Campbell,
(the practical manufacturer of the
Company), that 123 barrels can be
made in this time.
After burning, the rockis wheeled
into the factory, where it is first fed
into ahuge coffee mill, which breaks
it Into pebble stones. It is elevated
by the same means that flour or
wheat is elevated in a grist mill,
and run iuto the stones for grinding.
The stones are the same in construc
tion as grist-mill burrs, with the ex
ception that they stand in a perpen
dicular, instead of a horizontal posi
tion. They are run with great
velocity by steam power. The
cement comes from the grinding
finely pulverized, and is then ele
vatetTagaiifand run into the pack
ing hopper, whence it drops into
barrels. - The barrels stand on a
movable platform, whioh, by an in
genious arrangement, is raised and
dropped regularly, thus packing the
cement more effectually than by
means of the ordinary packing ma
This Is the whole process of
cement manufacture. The barreht
are made on the premises," the
staves, heads and hoops being
brought from Burlington, Iowa, in
knock-down shape. They are dou
ble stave barrels, of Willard's pat
ent, and are very strongly hooped.
The company is preparing to build
a cooper shop at the mill 20x40 feet
,in ize, which will afford thorn in
creased facilities for puUIug up the
Tliepower for running themachm
ery of the mill is furnished by a fine
15-horse power engine, which is
run by John H. Past There are at
present in and about the institution
15 men and 3 teams, by whose labor
about 80 barrels of cement per day
are now being turned out. The
minimum weight of each barrel is
264 pounds, but some contain as
high as 290 pounds.
The cement made by the Beatrice
Cement Company, is retailed at $3
a barrel, which is $2 per barrel
lower than it could be bought here a
year ago. Shipments are being made
to A. y. Marshal, at Xincoln, and to
the Company's pipe works at
Omaha, where it is used in the
manufacture of the various articles
sold by them there. Before long de
livery will commence on the Gov
ernment contract for the Lincoln
The quality of the cement has not
yet been questioned, but, on the
contrary, it has successfully with
stood the severest tests. Its manu
facture is in the hands of practical
and competent men, and, nq unfor
seen event preventing, the business
i bound to grow to large propor
tions, and become a source of profit
to those who hare originated it, be
sides one of great benefit to this
place and section of the State.
4.LL AU.OUT THE WATER WOUKS
The central city of the West
Quite proud of late has grown,
. And 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 reservoir
Upon their highest hiU.
We read In the days of Noah
That waterworks were tried;
The trouble was tl ey bad cost wen,
And so the people died.
Let us then remember
If water works we try.
To put In severs good and strong,
And make our streets quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once,
Then everybody In the town
Will buy their hats of Bunce.
For all new styles that row are ont,
Some fifty kinds or more.
You'll find them cheap at Dunce's'
Famous New York store.
Th Chsmp'on Hitter of the West, ia Doug
H. SRXBE. C J. KAKBACU.
GREBE ft KARBACIf,
15th st. between Farnham and arney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIKS AHB CARRIAGES.
Dealers in and manufacturers ot
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TAID TO
sa-Rrpairlng tf wagons and blacksmlthlng
prompUv done at reasonable prices nijdawCm
Fronting oa 4th, 6tk tad Valuta,
St. Louis, - Mo.
T-aveille, Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel Is first-class In all Its
apjolntments. Its table are at all times sup
plied In the greatest abundance, with ail the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attaaUve to the
wants of the guests of the hotel. There la an
Improved eleva'or leading from Use first floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
icket offices, news stand, and western Union
telegraph offl e in the Hotnnda of hotel,
255 Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
3pH jrnria is3j aM CJ
Carriage -b4 - Wag- rMftklac
In all it "Branches, In the latest "and moat
approved pattern. i
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMTTHINU
and repairing done on short notice.
CABFEHTEP AND BDiLDEB,
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Office Omaha Dailt Bf.e, )
June 8, 1874. J
There is no change in the money
market. A cneenul feeling pre
vails in financial circles as stated in
our previous reports. The banks
have done a better business on the
whole during the past week than in
any previous week of the season.
Currency continues plenty and dis
count rates easy on good paper.
Gold and governments are re
ported steady in the east, with very
little fluctuation in miscellaneous
securities. Speculation in. gold and
securities, as a business, has proved
so unprofitable or late tnat even
Wall street is settling down to the
basis of legitmate changes in value?.
Business in commercial lines con
tinue brisk, and with the exception
of sugars, which have advanced
one-half a cent, prices remain nomi
nally at quotations.
Produce continues to come in lib-o.-aly,
though much of it is in a bad
Shippers should remember that
really prime lots of perishable goods
if insecurely packed, reach the mar
ket in a damaged and comparatively
unsaleable condition, while inferior
articles, if securely and neatly put
up, find ready sale. Another thing
to be taken into consideration is the
reputation of the shipper, and if
his goods are always well packed
and reliable, they can be sold on
dull days or a glutted market at fair
figures, while the shipments of un
known parties must stand orer and
be closely scrutinized or sold at a
OXf AHA MARKETS.
Carefully Corrected Datlr
J. J. BROWN bro., Cor. 14th
Sim psonsmH..ww...HM. ........
Boot O... .......... ..... .
Cabot 4-1 .. . . .....
N. Y. Mills
Peterboro. .-. -..................
Peppertll S-4 . ,...
do 9-4 ........ ....
do 104 ....... ........
Farmers and Mechanics...........
Great Western ..... ....
Albion, A. ... ....
Qrantville, E E
Germania, B B.... ... ..........
Langley ....... .... .
Amoskesg, a c a,..
Bid e, ord..,.,r
Beaver Creek, B I!..
Otis, B B
Otis, C C ..
HoasiertlvM..M ............ .......
ktjrtz mohr & CO., 231 Farnham
Clark's O. N
White common. .
' cu'toin made.....
Percale.... .... .
. 82 256 53
.. 4 75a7 50
.. f 6 50a7 25
7 75a9 00
.... 7 00u7 50
. 8 00a9 50
-8 00a9 50
' dnck ......
Blue drill .
Our own .........
. S5 25a3 00
Linen printed . . J 9 00
ruffled 12 00
" fluted 15 00
J. C. Rosenfeld gives us tne
following quotations this day :
Butter, dull, 1212in tubs; Eggs
in demand at lie per doz.; Live
Chickens at 3 00 per doz.; Strawber
ries in demand at 30c per box ;
Gooseberries, 3 00 per bu.; Cherries,
30c per box; Oranges, 9 00, and
Lemons, 14 00 per box.
JOnX T. EDGAR.
Horse shoe bar.
Norway nail rod-. -...
Cast plow 12
Germon- .- 11
American casn, ociagon and square 18(3 22
Jess p's English do do .- 25 40
Burden's horse shoes, per keg 7 25
do mule do do 8 25
Northwestern horse nails 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd to C01 per keg 4 40
8d Nlo 4 65
Cd do 4 90
4d do 5 15
3d do , ,. . 5 90
3d fine do .. - 7 40
lOdfinls'nguo ... o
8d do do . .- 5 40
Gd do do . 5 G5
lOd casing do . . 5 15
8d do do 5 40
6d do do 5 G5
Wrought, all sizes 6 15
Carriage and tire....- discount 70 pr c
Narrow wrought, fart Jointdlscount 20 pr c
Cast, loose pin reversible do 35 do
IIay and manure fork. discount 30 pre
Hoes and garden rakes do 25 do
Strap and T discount 25 pre
Tail's black discount (5 pr c
Coe's imniitatlon do 45 do
Coe's genuine do 20 do
American-Iron .-. 45 pr c
do brass 40 pr c
H Holt's Ha.est Klng.per doz, net-. 14 25
Uuaplen 12 00
HeakPa Eureka 10 00
do red 9 00
aPADES aso snov.u.
Rowland's No 2 black shovels, D H 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spades do 12 00
Moor do polished. do do 13 00
. do's "spring point" L H shovels 13 50
UppencoU's Western Crown 13 00
do do do txvefed 13 50
Parke's Ko 3, Iron box: net 5 25
o so do 5 75
do do2STJnloalrah. 11 00
W teas do BriUnl- - is 00
h . . - - '
Hargrare, Smith & Co jdbroantf
American lie Co
Maydole's, A E No 1, 1$, 2.
xiammonu s Atao:
do do do 4
do Eniinierfs No X.
do do do 2 ..
do do - do 3-..
Morris' shicgling, No 1 -
do r do do 2 -
do do do ...,
do ci-w do 1.
'do o do 2.,
Buffalo S. sole $. &
Hemlock SL sole No 1
do do .No t
do ,do dam
do spin sole good "....
do lo dam
do harness........... ....
do calf..... ... .
do upKr'y f I-..... .
Oak sole ft It....... ....
do calf ..
do kip . ..
do harness.... , , , ., .
F'chcalf Jodots prd...
Other brands different wt, pr lb.
French kip pr lb ,,, ,, .... ,,
Bark lining. , ,
. 1 25
. 1 50
. 1 00
. 73 00
. l -5
. 6 50
. 1 25
Drv flint pr tt
Jan. and Feb, pelts
Powell Co., Soap monufacturera.
Sapo Publico, 6 1-2G 34; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical OliTe, -6 to
6 1-2; Palm, G51rl; German Mot
led, 6 l-4aC 12.
ART GOODS AN UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in tine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furnishes .the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 5c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c: 3 inch 21c. Berlin eilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 inch l"230c; 3 inch 18
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
Window sha'deS. w w -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 M); Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 508 00. J
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 003 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Subiect to change of market wltbonttotice.
Wil. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. R. track bet. Farnham and Doug
las. GEO A. HOAGLAND.
Jois's, studding and sills, 20 It, and un
der I !Z . . $22 00
Over 20ft, each additional ft add'l 50
Fencing No 1 t 23 00
do No 2 - l W
1st coinmnu boards-.... ..4..-.. 25 00
2nd do do 22 00
"A" stock lioards, 10 and 12 inch 5u 00
"B" do do do do 25 00
C" do do do do .. JO 00
1st clear, 1, 1, aad 2 inih 65 00
2d do do do do 55 00
3d do do do do 45 00
Flooring, clear. 50 00
do 1st comniou- ...... 40 00
do 2d do 35 M)
do 3d do 27 50
do nzrrow, clear-.................. 45 00
lstciear celling Jj Inch S3 00
2d do do Y. Inch 32 50
1st do do Inch . 30 00
2d do do yt inch . 27 50
1st clear siding 27 00
2d do do ...-V5 00
1st common siding......
2d do do .,
... 4 25
"." 3 U0
Extra No 1 shingles..
Common No 1 ah nglea..
Lath per 1000..
D A H pickets etr 100-
Square do do do
O G Batten per lineal f '...
Rough do do do .
Liberal discount on carload lots.
35 per cent off CLlcsgo list.
25 per cent off CI teago list.
White lime per bbl SI 752 00
Lonlsvllle cement per bbl 3 00&3 2o
P1.ir mrls nor hlil 3 503 75
Plastering hair per bushel.
- . -- - - .
OILS. PAINTS, GLASS, &c.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
Coal Oil 19
Linseed OU, raw. 105
" " bl'd 1 10
Headlight OU 28
lrd OH, No. 1..-.S
" " " 2.
' straln'd J
W. Va. 1
White Lead. St. Louis. SrtlcUy Pure .
" Fanev Brandt.
Putty in Bladders.- . .
" Bulk ,
Ensmeld Glass, colors, 9 sq.ft . l "0
Flat Glas, 50 c discount
TIN, SHEET-IRON. WIRE, C
JIILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 IC falr'qnality-
10x14 -Ic, best quality.
111X14 i.v uo
12x12 IC do
12x12 IX do
11x20 IC do
14x201 X do
14x20 IXX do
iro plate DC
100 Plate DX.
no UJ .
do do .
100 plate DXX
100 plate DXXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Roofing IX do
10x14 IC coke
20x23 IC charcoal roofing.
20x28 IC charcoal roofing .,
e4xl4 IX charcoal
10x20 coke (for gutters),
Sheet Un 25 to 36 in. r-
do do do lc half casks.
do do do ln250B casks
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet
Tinners solder (extra refined- -
do do No. 1-. ...
do do roofing
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24
do do no z?
do do do 26
da do do 47
Charcoal, both sides sniotbe
do No 24.- -
do do 76,
do do 27
Juniata, No. 24
do do 26
do do 27-
Russia perfect 7 to XL
Jkr. Va 1 ataln1
uu i i, .......' ,,- ,
Less than full bundles, aoo " xr,v
A"AmerIcsn ImmlUfn Russia, all Noa.
Less than f uU bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to 20.
do 21 to 24.
do 23 to2S.
Full bundles discount ISpercent
Braziers 6 to 9
do 10 to 12 St.
do 12Xto 100 m.
Sheathlnc, 14 and 16 ox
lI- .32 50
''""" 7T.'....m 92
.... ...1 1 4Q
Planished, 14 and 16 ox
NosT 7, 8 and 9, Planished-
10 11 UK
0 to 6
Nos. 15.16 17 IS
Per bundle 15" per cent dlscoun
STEELE fc JOHSSOS 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARE A FRENCH COR. FARXHAM AND
i lllH ST.
PITNDT, MEYER A RAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS-MOROAN-
&. GALLAGHER, 205 Fam-
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAX & Co., 247
J. J. browx 4 bro., Cor. 14th aiid
Granulated pr ts..
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 Java-.-....
Common pr gallon
do N O molasses-
Rangoon choite... ........... .
Carollus. ..... .. ......
M Wesk A Co
Scbofers-..-. .. ....
MisourI Vrlley. ...
Kirk's Savon -... .
M. Wesk A Co
Schofer's German...... .
Black goods, Western
do do Virginia .....
do ' do Lorrrla rd's -
Bright do do do .
do do Virginia
Calilornla pencues per Dound .
do appbs do .......
S.ate do do .
do prunes.... .
do German cherries..
do rasoberries... ......... .
do raslns pr box . ..
do seedless rasles per oiHid-.
New in bane's . .
do dairy ... ..... ..........
S2 80a3 00
- 4 50a5 75
2 pound canMyer'soystersperrose,
1 do do do do do
2 do do Wlllim's do do
v do do peaches do do
H 25a4 50
. 2 50u2 75
- 4 00a! 25
4 75a5 09
6 75a7 50
3 50a3 75
. 5 75a 00
. 4 75a5 50
3 do do do do do
Tomatoes, 2 pound cans, per rase
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, per case....
do Winslow do
do Yarmouth do
Strawberries, per case . -.-Raspberries,
do do . ,- .
Pineapples, do do ..............
Oolongs per pound
Young Hyr on, per yourd-
XXXX Iowa City ....
4 75a 00
1 85al 41
Gunnies, heavy weight-,
do ugni uo ..
Burlaps," four bushel-.
Grain bags, Amoskeg A
do do Ludlow a a....
Nutmegs, Fenang best.per pound
Clovei do do -
Alspice dJ do
Ciuamcn bark do d.) ..
a. e. Simpson, aianufacturer, 532
H. Upman -V M,
S .'5 00
X ST t.t "
uold euai ..
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel sacfcs. . 2 SO
OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Valley Lands !
. nvr. QTiARg,
Wisner, - Heb.
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!
For Cash or on long Time.
a-LAND EXPLORING 1 ICK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. De
pot, bearing coupons which will
le taken at full cost in payment
J. SCHOONIVAKER & SON
PROPRIETORS OP THE
White Lead, Red Lead, Litharge
Putty, Colors Drj and in'Oil.
PURE V-RMTER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
W ruarantae our brand of Strictly Pure
White Lead to be free from Impurities,
will pay $50 in gold for every ounce 01 adul
r.Hin fnnnd In this mckare.
. - .i.nfin.Mr . ifPIl . er
J. SI.UU03dld&l.l. BJ-.
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Xcdal of Progress, YieHHa,
first Preatam Claala Haiti ladHS-
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premlora Broekljiv Indus
trial Exposition, 1873.
For Samples or Information address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
t72m JERSEY CITY, N J.
CHICAGO & NORTHWES'N
The Popular Route from
o dm: jl. : j-
Cliicago and the East!
xJ.y Xixrot Houto
Cro.se. 1'ralrle Uu Illicit. Wluons.
St. Pxul.Dulath, Jannvlllr, Kno
h, Crttn ii, Ksiclne. Meven's
I'olmt. Wntrriotvii, Ushsr-sh, I'oa
Da Lac, MnUIou iuU Milwaukee?.
It Being the Sbortetand FUst Comnleted Line
OM A HA and CHICAGO,
Constant impror.ru nts lia ve taken place in
the way of reducing Uiad, and placing Iron
with Steel Iiis, ad.Uug to its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAY and SbhEPlNO CARS
EquippeJ with the"Wes!iu2hou.eAir Braie"
and "Miller Platform," estahilshlng comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses, offering all
the comforts of traveling the age can produce.
From 'A to 10 Fast Express Trains run each
way daily over the various lines of this load,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure sod certain connections in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines. Ottawa and Keokuk-.
AT MAKSUALLfor St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RaPIDS for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
ATLXIMU.N lorouuuqnc, DUD'eiiu, rrai
riedu Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads,
ique ana iinnesota rauroaos.
AT FULTON for Freeport. K
kee and all points in Wisconsin.,
AT FU1.TON for Freeport, Iticlne MUwau-
AT CUICAUO with all railway lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured, and any information ob
tained, concerning Route, Pates, etc., at the
Company's office. 213 Farnhani street, Omaha,
and also at the pi Incipal TicketOlnces alcng the
line of theU. P.R.R.
CsTBaggage checked through toaU principal
W.H.STENNETT, MARVIN HUGHITT.
Gen'l Passng'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 CIlA:nE iura between Omaha and St.
Louis uuu b it ore between OMAHA
anu AiiW YORK.
This the Only -.toe running a
PUI.I.Tf 4.N Sl.EEPIN'a CAR EAST
KKOJI OMAHA, OM AKR1VAL
OV THE UXIOX PACIFIC
raP.ivienRers taking olhet routes navo a
disagreeable transfer at the River Station.
PASSKXUKU TKAITVS DAILT!
EASTERN AND WESTERN CITIES
With I.css Changes and In advance of other
This Eutire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cais,
Palace DayCoacheaand Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westingliouse
TSee that your tickets read via
KauflaxClty, S Josrph & Conuell
Uluflb Its 1 rod.
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADBURY,
. F. BARNARD,
A. C. DAWE3,
Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
e jl s a?.
O TEAMS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. LOUIS AVTTII
Pullman Palace Cars
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE
Arrival of Trains from tis West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
S. E. comer Voartb st Chentnnt .sts 1 ,
SI.Loals, and mi the PrinclpaJ Hall
way OAleea in the West.
CHAS. BABCOCK, C. E. RUSSELrs
S'thcrn Pass. Ak'1, Wesfn Pass. Ag't.
DiLUJ. Texas. Kaxsas tt,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
aZ)U ISDlaJtJlPOIJi ST. Louis.
EstabliKned in 1851.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
T2ios. Mills eft Bro.,
Machines, Moulds. Ice Ciea
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
Geo. M. Mills, f CATALOGUES SENT
ATLnP.PARM8.J J upon application.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA. TO CHICAGO
AXD THE EAST,
Via Drt Moines, Davenport and Rock IsIanJ.
AH Passenger Trains are equipped with the
wkstiouocsk Patent Aik Brvkes and
Miller's Patent iafety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains LeaTe Pallr,
cncectlng as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
ISailroad, lor Oakuloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonit
riththe Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WESr UBEKTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Rapids. Dubuque A Su
rauL At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western, rranch, for Muxxtine.
Washirgton ami all points south.
AT DAVK.NPORr with the Davenport A SU
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT fcOCK lsL-VND with the Western Union
Railroad for Frcepoit, Beloit, Kacin. Mil
waukee and all points in northern I.llnols
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord, Rck
Is!andsndSt. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the FeorlaARock
Island Railroad for Peoria anJ points rut.
AT BUREAU JUNC.. with branch, for Hen
rjr. Irre, Chillleotho and Peorii.
AT LA S-VLLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points not t hand south.
AT CHICAGO with3U lines Eat, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eistera cities,
via this line, can bo procured, and anv infor
mation obtained, concerning point, at the
ticket oface of thecompinv, lis Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal tickttoiSces J
along the line of the U. P. R. li.
BSSSe C'heckr.1 Thronj;Ii in
Principal Kaatrna I'ulutM.
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
J. H. LACEY,
Geu'l Western Ag't
Proprietor of the
LOS ANGELES "
Depot for the sale of his
Corner of Batlery and Washington Sts.
ALRX. J. LEOd T.
XATll'L C. HUDiOX.
WM. It. HUDSOIf
JAS. U. BLTLKR
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Leggatj Hudson & Co.,
Manufarturers of crery arau f
Fin Cut Ciio'wlng
Our Special Brands:
AUOarToliaccos Strictly Waranlctl.
OFFiCR AND S.YLKSItOOJX
Cor. Second & "Vine Streets,
Going East orSouth from Omaha
And Points on U. P.K.lt., should take th
ATCHISON k NEBRASKA
And secure, for themselves the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Atclilsoa to Chicago and St. Louis,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Falaca Day aad SIsopbg Can.
All delay and Inconvenience arrlrin? from
Ferries acd transfers can bo avoided Went ot
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets via
ATCIIISOS aad the ATCH1SUX 4c
Direct and Bellable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. K. It. for the
Great Arkansas Vallej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points In
Southern Ksnsai and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets via
LINCOL & ATCHISON
W. F. WHITE
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
1 JDJLXXTST SEE
CNT1I. YOU HAVE
riiADI $Mfc JWA3S.
, S WE ILVVE TWELVE tJOOD REASONS
V. wny tuev wtu uo vourworS.
Quick and Easvj,
Chea and Clean.
They arc cre pest to buy,
They are besi to use.
Thcr bate ev.nly and quickly,
Their o;eratlon is perfect.
They have alwavs a good draft,
They roat prrfectlr.
They require but Utile fuel,
Tbey are very low priced,
They aracasilr managed.
They are suited to all localities.
QB Every stove guaranteed to giresatufacttoa.
Excelsior Mau'fg Co.,
ST. LOUIS, M0.,
Or Sugar-Coated, Concentrate!,
Root and Herbal Juice, Antl
Bilious Grannies. THE "LITTLE
GIANT" CATIX1KTIC or MttltBaCk
In Parvo Physic.
Tho novelty of modern Mcdtcfti. Chemical and
Pharmaceutical Science No uso of any longer
Ultin,; tha lare, repulsive and natweous pills,
coaiposcd of cheap, crude, and bulky ingredients,
vrheu wocsn by a careful application or chemical
science, extract all tno cathartic and other medf.
ciml properties from the most valuabia root and
herbs, ana concentrate them into a mlnuta Gran
ule. Hcarcelr larger than a mustard
Need, that cart be readily swallowed by those ol
tho dot t sensitive rtomachs I
and fastidious tastes.
l-ichlitiljl'ureativo lcl let represent. in
LioJtconccntrate.1 form, as much cathartic power
as is embodied in any of tho lan;o pills found for
r ale in tho drc shop. From, their wonderful ca
thirtlc power, in proportion to their size, people
n-hj havo not tried tnera aro apt to inppce ttaj
they are barm or drvtlc in effect, but such 1 not
at all tho case, he different actlvo medicinal prin.
ciplesof which they aro composed belns ao har.
laoniiea end mod!2ed. one by tho others, as to
produce a mot ncnrelilnsx and tbor
?50O IIOTVarl U hereby ofTerod hy tho pro
prietor of .hco Pellet., to any chemist who.
upon analysis. 111 And in them any Calomel or
other form of mercury ot any other mineral
caro is .-equlred whilo using them. They cpe
ratu without dlstnrbanco to tho constitution, diet,
or occupation. For Jaundice, Headache,
Constipation. ImpuroHlood, Pain
lit tno Shoulders, TlRBTttiessi of tho
Chest, OlzzlucsH, Sour Eructations
ot tho Stomach, Bad taste In.
mouth, Ulllous attacks. Pain In
rcclon ol ICldiicys, Intornal Fever
Itloatcd feeling about Stomach,
Itu-li ot Rlood to Head, Hlca Col
ored Crine, Cusoclalllir
. .... i.'iti.ihnilnva. taka Br.
Plerco' Pleaiant PurajatlwoPelleta.
In explanation of tho rernedialpow er of my Pnr-
fitlvo Felleta over fo prcat a variety or disease
wl-htopaylliat their action upon tho
cuinial economy Is universal, not at
eland or tluuo escaping their 'sana
tive Impress. A?o docs not Impair then;
-their eaar coatlnsnnd being enclosed In glut
T7it! t" puis found in tne crag stores, put. up in
cheap wood or pjtc-bcanl boxes. Recollect tnar.
rirc'i c!i.-acs where a Laxative, Altera
tive or Purcatlvo I Indicated, theso llttlo
IViIits will chelheiuost perfect aatUfactioa to
all who nfo them.
They aro sold by nil. enterprislBs;
DrufrglhfiStaa contrt a bottle. ;
Do not allow any tlrncjist to indnce yon lo"
take anything cl that bo may ay is Jose, as
cood 3 my l'ctlcto bccano he mates a laruct
profit on that whi-h ho recommends. If your
dni""i't cannot supply them, encloso S3 cents
andrccshe them ny return nmil from -
XUr.l'lJiOX:,2T.J., Proper,. K
BUFFALO, X. li
ASK FOll PYLE'S
B AKINa SODA !
33 33 0 1? IN TTSI3a
Sold by Tundt. Mt yer A Eaapke and Whitney,
Bauserman A Co
East India Goods,
213 aud 213 FROST STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. -Smith,
local Agent fortbe
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Columbus, - lTtb,
Government Lands Located!
TJ. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms and Town Lots fer
ON LONG- TIME!!
M0SUJIEKT3, TOMB3XOHE3, Era, EXQ
sasK m'mWKH .PkAaK. "a
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