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of the Late
.Washington Dispatch to the Boston Globe,
The sale ot wnat remained of the
late Senator Sumner, whieh took
place at the late residence of the
Senator to-day was largely attended
by persons from Boston, New York,
and Philadelphia, as well as citizens
of. "Washington. A very large pro
portion of those present were wom
en who are in the habit of attending
auction sales. The interest in the
sale began when the auctioneer pro
ceeded to dispose of the things in
the "dining-room. It was noticed
that James "Wbrmly, the well
known colored caterer and proprie
tor af Wormley's Hotel, started all
bills for dining-room furniture.
During Mr. Sumner's life, Mr.
Wormly was his intimate friend.
He looked after the Senator's house
hold affairs generally, and, when
Mr. Sumner furnished his house,
Mr. "Wormly was the agent
who purchased a large number
of articles for him. He
appeared determined to become the
posse-jr of nearly all the dining
room furniture, and invariably star
ted the bidding. The first article
wild was a splendid sideboard,which
was much prized by the Senator,
and which originally cost nearly
$400. Mr. Wormley bid SI 00 on
it at once, and it was knocked
down to him at $200. He subse
quently purchased the dining-table
at which so many famous men have
sat, -.chairs, and everything else in
the room of any account. For the
chairs, one of which Mr. Sumner
usually occupied at the head of the
tablt,Mr. Wormley paid $00. There
being sharp comj)etition for it, if
necessary he would have bid $100,
for he wants to place the entire
set of furniture in one room in his
hotel, which lie will call the
Sumner's dining room. Everything
in the dining room brought twice
its value, except the sideboard. In
this room a dilapidated fly-brush
"went for $4 50 ; a walnut picture
nick fo'r $20; two walnut easels at
$11 and $7 50, respectively. A small
fecrap-bakct was sold to Georgo T.
Dowlng for $4. In the library a
walnut ollieo desk went to A. M.
Ilowe, of Boston, for $179; walnut
book shelves to Fred. Douglass at
$7 each; a walnut book-case, with
glitss doors, to C C. Beaman, of
New York, formerly private secre
tary to the senator, for $154; anoth
er walnut book-cae to Miss Bout
well, a daughter of Senator Bout
well, for $61; a Turkish lounge for
$35; M-alnut arm chair, upholstered
in green damask, to Fred. Douglass
for $2(5; a Turkish rug, to a Boston
lady, at $27; a Mt of trays to C. C.
"Beaman for $21. and six small wal
nut baskets at $4 each.
A lot of sideboard ornaments,
such a book-rack, rural picture
frames, brackets, oall-belU, etc.,
sold at high prices. One olmir in
the library, formerly occupied by
Samuel Randall, of Pennsylvania,
tu.atue House ot Kepresentatives,
run up to $300, and was purchased
by a Boston man underthe supposition-that
it had been the chair
used by Mr. Sumner hi the Senate.
This was the best price obtained for
any piece of furniture in the house.
Tvvo easy chairs, muoh used by the
Senator during life, and which al
ways occupied conspiouous places
in the library, were missing, hav
ing been sold privately. Had they
been exposed to public salo, they
would have brought large sums, as
quite a number of friends of the
Senator went to the sale for the spe
cial puriosc of buying them. The
parlor reception chair, beautifully
upholstered, was bought by a lady
from Boston for $37. A walnut card
table commanded as high a price as
$G0. In this connection it may be
stated that a Boston lady who made
a number of purpjiaes, gave no
other name in buying except "Bos
ton." Many persons came expect
ing to. buy ordinary fashionable
household furniture at a moderate
price. On ob-erving tlio figures at
which everything went, they left in
despair. A great majority of the
bidders seemed to be either friends
or admirers of the late Senator, who
desired some memento, no matter at
what price. The bidding was
spirited at all time, but there was
no complaint of unfairness in dis
posing of the goods The wines
and liquors of the Senator will not
be sold until to-morrow morning, at
11 o'clock, 'it being impossible to
reach them to-day. The sale to-daj-was
unusually slow, from the fact
that scarcely anything was sold in a
lumPi it being desirable for the ac
commodation of Mr. Sumner's
"friends to sell artiolos separately,
in,order that everj-body might
securea souvenir. Among those who
were present at the sale were Sena
tor Boutwell and Representative
Pierce, ot Massachusetts, and Mr.
Harris, of Mississippi, besides a
number of Senators and Representa
tives from other States,
The tall musical clock In the hall
was not offered for stile, itlicingsold
at private sale for the extraordinary
sum of $3,000. The sum of $1,000
was first offered, several days ago,
but, shico that. Jt s understood that
two other parties put in bids, onp
for. $2,000, and the other for $3,000.
It,is related of this musical clock
that just prior to Mr. Sumner's
death it executed a dirge. It al
ways plays a short air a few minutes
before striking, and although not
especially remarkable in appear
ance, Its mechanism is very com
plicated. "With the paintings, en
gravings, statuary, and other arti
cles of virtu, whird formed the
charm of Sumner's home, removed,
the house presented a rather deserted
appearance, but people seemed de
termine to obtain some memento
jof the great Senator, and many of
;them paid high prices for insignifi
cant articles, it is expected that
at the sale of wines and liquors to
morrow tlj'gre will be some sharp
From (he Washington Star.
The auctioneers in charge of the
sale of Senator Sumner's effects
havo received savoraj orders, accom
panied by sums of money, vary ng
in amount, from persons at a dis
tance, asking the firm to purchase
for 'them something belonging to
the great? Senator as a keepsake.
One old lady in Boston incloses $2,
and requests them to purchase some
trifle for her, however slight. She
adds in her letter "that she js quite
poor, and that her health was" too
feeble to allow her to go out on Dec
oration Day, but that she gladly
took of her scanty means to buy a
bunch of flowers to ho laid on the
grave of the dead statesman on that
occasion. We need hardly add that
fjer commission will be faithfully
The Internecine Indian War in
From the Helena Herald of May 23ih
From Deputy United States Mar
shal Dusold, Dr. A. E. Ingersoll,
and other gentlemen who arrived
In Helena from the north on Satur
day evening, we gather some items
of nowsfrom the Indian country
not before published.
Taking advantage' of the absence
of their chiefe who had repaired to
Fort Benton for. the purpose of har
monizing existing difficulties .be
tween the several tribes occupying
the reservation set apart for their
use, a mbied band of Assinaboins
and Gros Ventres, joined by a barfd
of River Crows, concluded to go on
the war path and compare their
valor with that of the Piegans, a
portion of the Blackfoot Agency In
dians. Acting upon this "happy
thought," the warriors of the tribe
named, decked off in war paint and
"armed as the law directs," weLt
out to hunt the fight they so yearn
ed for. At Ritinger's Fort, a de
serted trading post on the Marias
river, about forty miles from the
Blackfoot Agency, the trouble sought
was found. A Piegan encampment
was discovered at that place, and
the confederated Indians proceeded
in their savage way to "clean them
out" This was on "Wednesday
night, the 20th inst The Piegans
were not taken unawares, and pre
pared to repel the assault The bat
tle was but a brief time in opening,
and the rifle and tomahawk were
soon dealing the work of death. For
a time there were varying ad
vantages to either side. Finally a
charge from the besieged dislodged
and put to flight the attacking
forces. The casualities, as reported
to us, count up three Piegans killed,
and a half a dozen more wounded,
severally fatally. Of the other In
dians four were killed and left on
the ground, the wounded being car
ried off the field. Cut-Hand, head
chief of the Piegans, had a brother
and brother-in-law killed, and his
wife severely wounded by a shot
through the side of her head, in
this fight. The old ehief is in sore
distress, and, while crying for ven-
geance, promises to remain peaceful
unless his wife should die from the
wound inflicted by the foe.
At the time of the fight Cut-Hand
and a party of thirty-six of his tribe
had just returned to the Marias en
campment from the Benton peace
conference. He reported the attack
and its results to Agent May and
awaited an answer as to what, un
der the circumstances, he was ex
pected to do. It is hard for him not
to seek revenge, and it is likely we
shall hear of more trouble coming
of this family quarrel.
A free fight Is reported in the
Piegan camp, near tho Blackfoot
agency, growing out of the Illicit
traffic of whisky to the Indians. It
occurred on the same night as the
fight above reported, May 20th. A
drunken Indian named Heavy Run
ner a notorious desperado of the
tribe was shot and killed by two of
his associates in carousal. Two oth
ers of the band, savagely besotted
with "fire water," were also shot
and seriously, if not fatally woun
ded, and three more escaped with
only slight flesh wounds. This was
only a gallon of whisky affair, and
lasted only as long as the effects of
the liquor held out The parties
who traded the miserable stuff to the
Indians, were two Red river half
breeds Mollitaire and Layette by
name, who were both discovered
and arrested on the reservation, and
brought by detective Dusold to
Helena, and deposited in the Uni
ted States prison.
Tho night previous (the 19th) a
drunken Indian shot and killed his
squaw in his lodgo a mile and a
half from the BlacHfoot Agency.
ColonpJ May, wo understand, in
view of these multiplying troubles,
has ordered from the reservation
all persons not having his permit to
remain, and the Indian detectives
are industriously at work huuting
out the bad men who are the cause
of the recurring disturbances in the
localities infested by them. It is
sincerely to bo hoped that good rid
dance will soon be made of the last
one of them.
UL aDOUT THE WATER 1VOBKS
The central rity of tho West
Quite proud of late has grown,
Ai d feels it ran no longer wait
A goo I sized pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a rvservi ir
Upon tt)?lr hlgoest hill.
Wc read In the days ot Nosh
Thst water woks were tried;
The trouble was t ey had no si wen.
Anil so the people died.
Lt us then remember
If water works we try.
To put In sear era good and strong,
And make our stritU quite dry
And when the thing is dona
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 Bunce'?
Famous New York store.
Th Chimplon Hitter of tho West, 25a Doug
rS ACKNOWLEDGED BY EVERYBODY TO
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Published in Nebraska,
It Contains More Heading Matter
and Less Advertisements than
any Newspaper Published
in the West.
Embracing a choice selection q
news and miscellaneous matter with
live Editorials on all important top
ics ; complete and reliable telegraph
icand local market reports to the day
of issue,Jand a varietj of State,East
ern and Western correspondence that
together make up a ngwspaper sel
dom equalled and never surpassed.
Every article going into the col
umns of the BEE is carefully sera
tinized, nnd everything that can of
fend tha most scrupulous, rejected.
But Independent in principle the
policy of the BEE is, and always has
been, to expose and denounce abus
es and corruption in the body poli:
tic without fear or favor.
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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
138 Farnham Street,
Office Omaha Daily Bee, )
June 10. 1874. J
Money continues easy with a li
beral supply of currency in the
banks in fact there has been no
time in the history of Omaha when
money was so plenty as it has been
this spring, or really since the panic
last fall. Government and railroad
securities are so little dealt in here
as to be hardly worth quoting.
Land grant bonds and agricultu
ral scrip, are about the only things
on which we can get actual market
THE FrRST NATIONAL DANK
Land Warrant-, (1G0 acres)... 183.C0
Agricultural College Scrip,
(160 acres) 18G.00
State, County and City War-
Gold buying, 109J; selling, 110
The commercial situation is un
changed. Trade has improved to
day with the better weather, but
there is no noticeable change in
prices. The produce market is firm,
with a fair supply of spring vegeta
bles. Strawberries have been sent
forward in unusual quantities this
week, and the price has fallen to
$2.00 to $3.00 per dozen boxes.
Carefully Corrected Dally
j. J. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Lonsdale-...... ....... .........
N. Y. Mills
Suffolk L.... ...r .....
repperdl 8-1 ..
Farmers and fcchanic3..........
Great Western ................
Albion, A ....
Bedford, R-... ..... ........
Grantville, E E
Gennania, B !!.... ..... ...........
Amoskesg, a c :
Beaver Crvek, B B
llaymat) rs... .......
tttis, B B .
O.ts, C C
KURTZ MOHR dr CO.,
Clark's O. N. T
Coat's ........... ............,
Merrick's........ .. .........
British.... .... .........
Dickens' be-t........ .. .
King William .
Domestic.... .... ... .... ..
,S KRI 00
, 3 00iiG 00
S2 2jQG 50
4 75.li CO
.. SG 50a7 25
7 75a9 00
7 00a7 50
8 COaD 50
S 009 50
White common.. .... ..
" medium ..-
" cuFtoin made..,...
Calico ...... ... ....
Brown drill ......
-' unct ....... . ...
' duck .
French whalebone .
Our own. ..- .......
Linen printed ..................
. 55 25aS 00
.- 9 00
J. C. Rosenfeld gives US tlie
following quotations this day :
Butter, dull, 1212l in tubs; Eggs
in demand, at Jlp per doz.j Live
Chickens at 8 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.
JOHN T, EDOAE.
Common Inr...........;...- 4
Horse fcUoo bar...,7 ''.. . G
Norway nail rod-... ...... 11
Cast p!ow.... ... 12
Germon...-......... ........ II
American rasa, octagon and square 1S? 22
Jess p's English do do 25( 40
Burden's horse shoes, per keg........ 7 25
do mule do do ........ 8 2
Northwestern horse nails.. 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 ptr tent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 jer cent.
10d to GOJ per ke2....
Sd do ..
id do .
3d dp. .......
3d fine do ...........
lOd Cnls'ng do .......
8J do do ..... ..
Gd do do
lOd casine do
8d do do .......
6d do do .....
Wrought) ail sires..
Carriage and tire.. discount
Narrow wrought, fart Jointdiscount
Cast, loose pin roTerslblo.. do
Hay and manure forkj.....diseount
Hoes and garden rakes-... do
Strap and T.l..cliscQunt
Taft'a black discount
Coe'a Immitation.. do
Coe'a genuine.... do
do brans-.. -
Chamnin 4-;4-;-..,. , ,.:.,
HealdSi EttrkjM.L,' ,
do red,,,, ....?.
SPADES AND SltOVI
Rowltnd'iNo2 black shovels, D 1I.
do do polished do do .
do do black spadrs do
Moore do polished do do
do's "spring point" L U shoTels
Lippencott's Western Crown, ,
do do do b.Tefed
Parke's No S, iron box.net
do do 103 do j..
do do 25 Un Ion In. n..
eo do 35 do Britanla
nargrare, Smith A Co., discount
Amerlpari File Co do
Haydole's, A E No 1, 1, j,.,
Mammond's A E No
do do 4
Lniinter's No 1
do do 2
do do 3-.
Morris' shlngUag, Ko 1 , ,.
do do do 2 . ,,,,
do do do 3
do cUw do 1..
do o" do i.
BuBalo S. sole ft
Hemlock SL sole .No 1
no ao f Ko
do calf.. ......
150 1 CO
1 00 1 38
FViitauf Jodols pr dz
73 00 90 00
Other brands different wt, pr Si
French kip pr B -
Oak eole V &.
1 25 rfl
ury saJtea .
Green . .
Jan. and Feb, elts
Water lime- .. ... a la
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, 6 l-26 3-4 ; Savon
Eepublic, do., Chemical OliTe, C to
6 1-2; Palm, 55 1-4 ; German Mot
led, 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ABT GOODS AND UrHOLSTERUR'S
Benjamin B. Jone?, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Fainham Street, furnishes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 5c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 inch 1230c; 3 inch IS
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
Plain bands, G feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each yddilional foot, 75n per
Union ind all wool terry, eryaril
1 503 jO; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 COaS 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x0-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00.i4 00; Excelsior. 3 50a4 GO.
Eubiect to chango of market without notice.
W31. M. FOSTER,
On U. 1. B. R. track bet. FarnSam and Dou
as. GEO A. HOxVGLAND.
Joists, studding and sills, 20 ft, and un
Over So'flLeac'b. additional ft ald'I .
Fencing No 1. -... .........
do Ko 2
1st common boards....... .....
2nd do do . .
"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch...
"B" do do do do
"f An itn iln du
..... 50 00
. 35 00
, 50 00
. 30 00
. 27 00
. .. 75 00
. J 00
.. 3 5y
1st clear, 1, 1. V& na - inch
2d do do do do
3d do do do do
Flooring, clear....... -
do 1st common......
do 2d do ...........
do Sd do .. .....
do narrow, clear.
l"t clear celling JS Inch ..........
2d do do lnch .
lit do do , Inch .
!d do do
1st clear aiJiuir
2d do do --
1st common siding
2d do do ......
Extra No 1 shingles.....
Common No 1 sh.nglcx
DA II pickets etr 100
Square do do do
OG Bitten jht linear f'. .....
Itouli do do do ............
Lilieral dl-coiint on cailold lots.
33 ier ccntoll'CliicJgo list.
5 pet cent oQ CI icago list.
30 per cent off !it.
White lime per bid ..
Louisville cement ic-rbLl .
Piaster paris per lbl
Plastering hair per bushel......
Si 7.'.2 oo
. 3 03 23
3 50(ijJ 73
OILS. PAINTS, .L,S, &e.
N. I. D.KOLOMm.
ROBEUT O. STEEKL.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
Coil Oil $ 19
Linseed Oil, riw. 1 a
" " bl'd... 1 10
Headlight Oil 23
ru t)il,No. 1..S
' ' " 2.
" " winter 1
W. Va. (
White Lead, St. Louis, SrtlctlyPuro S
" " " " Taney llrai.di
Pty In Itladders
" " Bulk
EnamrM Glass, colors, fl sq.ft. ......
Flat Glass 50 t) c discount
TIX, SHEET,I110X. WIRE, &C.
iLTLTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
lOiltIC, fair qualitf...
10x14 Ic, lest quality
.. IC 51
.. 11 ft)
.. V, W
. 17 M
.. 20 50
.. 23 no
.. Zi 50
. 17 00
.. 13 00
.. 12 50
.. 21 00
Mill IX do
12x12 IC do
12x12 IX do
lix2Q IC do
11x20 IXX do
110 plate DC
100 plate DX, do di
100 plate DXX do do
100 plate DXXX do do
Rooting IC charcoal do do
Hoofing IX do do do
10x11 IC coke do do
20x2i IC charcoal roofing......
20xV8 IC charcoal rooting ...
ctxll IX charcoal ......
10x20 cake (for sutteri)........
Sheet tin 25 to 3C in............
do do do in half casks ...
do do do in 30 lt casks-
Sheet?! to 35 inch-) per sheet.....
Tinners solder (extra refine.......
do do No. 1........,. ....
do do roofing.....,
lid metal .... ....
First quality, Numbers 15 to 24
do do do 15 ......
do do do 26 ........
do do do 47...
Charcoal, both sides smothe
do No 21 ...........
do do -IV,,,,, ...,,,,,,
do do 27
Juniata, No. 21 . ..
do do 2d .....
do do 27
Bussla perfect 7 to 12
UO NO. 1, tJlne.l ,, ,, , ,
Less than full bundles, add one cent.
"A"AmerIcan Immltat'n Kussia, all Nos.
Less than full bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to 20
do 2t to 21 .. .
do 25 to 25,. - ....
Full bundles discount 15, per cent.
Broilers 6 to 9 .. ....
do 10 to 12 lb .
Slicathine, 11 and 16 oz -.....
Planished, 11 and 16 oz...
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, Pianished..
BRIG ITT WIRE.
Nos. 0 to 6 8,3,9
Nos. 15,19 17 13
Per bundle 15 per cent dlscoun
STEELE & JOHNSON" 53S-540 14TH ST.
CLARE Ji ERENCH COB, FARNHAM AND
prryr) MEYER & RAAPKE, 212 PARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN & Gallagher, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BACSERMAX 4 CO., 247
J. J. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Rto choice pr Si..
do prime do
do good .do
O G Java
Common pr gallon
do N O moLsses
M Wesk A Co..
M isouri Vrlley..... .
Kirk's Savon .....
Jl. Wesk A Co
do tteiling.. .... ..
Black goeds, Western -
do do Virginia ...
fo do Lorirlard's.
lid; lit do do do .
do do Virginia .....
Calilornla pe'clies per oounJ
do an-lJ ,lj "
S,ate do do -
New currants .--.
do German cherries..
do ra.ins pr box.. ..-..
do stedless rasies per pound.
New in barrels............
-S2 S.1a3 00
.. 4 50a5 73
do dairy .
2 pound can M jet's oysters per i ose.
1 do di do do do .
2 do do Willim's do do .
" Go do peaches do do .
3 do do do do do .
Tomatoes, 2 pound cans, ier rase .
do 3 do do do
Corn, Trophy, prr case
do Wliilow do . .....
do Yarmouth do ...
Strawberries, ier case .
IMspKrrles, do do .
Piueapp-es, do do .
Oo'ongs per jiound... -..
Youni Iljfou, per jound
Gunpowuer. do do ... .
Snow Flake, (Weill A Nicman)
Go'd Hut .
XXXX Iowa City ... -
.51 23a I 50
. 2 5oa2 75
. 1 fKtel 2
. 4 75a5 09
. G 757 50
. 3 6ua3 75
. 5 73af 00
. 1 73a5 50
. 1 7.a 00
. 1 33al 11
Gunnies, heavy weight
do light d
Burlaps, four bushel,. ..-..
Dundee gunnies -. .
Grain bas, Amosleg A
do do Ludlow a a........
Nutmegs, Penangbcst.per pound.
Clovei J d0 -
Alspice d, ;
MiiHtiinn liark do do ..
A. E. Simpson, Manufacturer, 532
Rat cut leaf do .
Standard A do
Circle A do
Extra C do
Yellow C d .
N O choice do .
m. s rs oo
do &' 00
do 33 00
do 40 00
do 43 00
do 50 00
do 50 CO
do 75 (0
do C5 00
do 50 00
do CO 00
do 75 00
do 100 00
do 100 00
do 10J 00
do 75 tO
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
"Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks..., .,.. .., ....... 2 90
OF THE FIN 1ST
Elkliorii Valley Lands !
3. ovx. cxi.ii:.
"Wisnor, - - Te"b,
THESE LND3 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 Lous Time.
JCSyT,AXD EXI-I.OR1NG 1 1CK
ETS for sale at O. & 1 W. De
pot, hearing couiioiis which will
lie taken at full cost in payment
J. SCH00N1VAKER & SON
IT.OrRIRTOCS OP TUE
WfcUc Lead, Ktil Litharge
ralli. Co'ors Dry ami inJOil.
PURE YERDITER SREEF,
The strongest and hrighteat green
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White 1 ead to be free from impurities, and
will pay S50 in gold for eTery ounce of adul
)9ia.ion found In this poctaze.
star73m J. SCIIOONMAEEn A SON
The following Premiums have heen
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD TENtlLS:
Gold Xcdal of I'rogrcss, Vienna,
First Premium Ciaelnnatli Indus-
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium HroofclYA indus
trial Exposition, 1873..
For Famplcs or information address the
Jos. Bixon Crncible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
m72m JERSEY CITY, N J
WOULD INFOmi THE PUBLIC THAT
they arc now ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of the rery bestquality,
and in any quantity .either at the factory, which.
Is located at BeJtrlce.Ncb., or at tho Pipe porks
in Omaha They also are prepared to furnish
all kinds ofCfcllENTPIPINGiorSEWERAGE.
DRAINAGE, ETC, Also manufacture all
styles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO AN Y
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACTURED
INTHE UNITED STATES.
M-ORDERS FROM DEALERS P.ESPECT
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CFJIEST
& PIPE CO.
OMAHA - - NEBRASKA.
The Topular Route from
o im: . : .
and the East!
Only iroct Houto
Cro.ne, Prairie Dn i. hlcn. Wliioat,
St. tul, Dulutti, Jnun-slllr, Htno.
li, Utrcn i. at. Itaclnr, Mtven'i
1'olut. V-.lrrtuvit, O.liliTsHh, lou
DttLif, NadlMIU itnd Milwaukee.
It Being the Shortest and Elist Comnleted Line
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Conntant improTrra nts liare taken plae m
thews) of rliiriii tira.lv, and placing Iron
with Steel ltal.s, addiug to its rullin; stock
neir aud Llegaut
DAY nml SI.hKHlXfi CAliS
Equipped with the "Wesllushou'e Air Prake"
aud "Jliller Platfonu." establishing comforta
ble and couiruodious Etn Houses, oflerlngall
the comforts of traveling tbe age can produce.
Eroru a to to Fast Express Trains run each
way dailr orer tlie various lines of this load,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure andrertaiu connections in any di
rection he may wish logo.
AT MISsOUUI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and poiuta reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moinc. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MAUSUALLfurSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT IEDAU ICAl'IDd for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, ( hsrles Cltr, Ilurllngton and M Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuque, Dunteith, Prai
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicago, Clinton aud Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Freeport, Paclne Milwau
kee and all points in Wisconin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured, and any luforwat on ob
tained, concerning lioute, Uatcs, etc, at the
Company's ot&ce. 21S Farnharu street, Omaha,
and also at the pi tnciiul TicketOlUces alcng the
llneof the U. P. It- R.
nS"naggago checked through to all principal
W.II.STENNETT, MAUVIN HUGHITT.
Gen'l Pasng'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J. II. LACEY. a 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 AKD THE "WEST
NO CHANGE . ..ait- ltwecn Omaha and St.
Louis ana b .to; e K'twei-n OMAHA
an.. AiiW YOKk.
This the Only lne running a
PULI-TIAS SLEKPIXO CAll KAST
KltOM U3IAIIA, ON AllKtVAI.
OF T1IK UNION PACIFIC
KaPassnnjer taking othei routes nave a
disagiitrable tn. "fer at ttio I'.iver Station.
PASSUaiUKIL TltAINS DAILY!
EASTERN AKD WESTERN CITIES
With l-e Changes and in adranco of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cat?,
Talace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouse
eSTSee that your tickets read via
KnuNHsC'lty, S .Joseph & C'onucil
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth nnd Farnliam
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADBURY,
. F. BARNARD, A. C. DAWE3,
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l I'a.s. Agt.,
St. Joseph. St. Joseph,
3 .A. s t:
3 TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. LOUIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UQH WITHOUT CHASQ3
'ArrlTal cf Trains frcn tte West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
LlJXlllJ O Company'H Office,
M. K. corner Koarth &, Chentnnt t.,
HI.LonU, and at the Principal Rail
way UMres in the IVest.
CIIAS. BABCOCK, C. E. P.USSELr
S'lhern Pass. Ast't, Wtst'n Is. Ag't.
Dallas. Texas. Kansas crrr,
JOIIN E. SIJIPSON, CIIAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Gtn'I Pas Ag't.
si9tf IsDiASAroLis. St. Louis.
Estatdisned in 1851.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Th.os. Millg & Bro
Machines, Sfaalda, Ice Cie
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
Geo. M. Mills.
and Pacific R. E.
THE GRAND CENTRAL BOUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, Davenport and Cock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
u'esti.noiiousK Patlnt Aik Brikes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily,
cnnectlng as follows:
AT DES MOINES wllh the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, tor Oskaloosj, Ottumwa, KeokuL
and St. LonU.
AT liKINNKLL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St, Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
(Vdar Rspids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar lEapids. Dubuque A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCTION with the
iMutr.-Weitern uraorh, for Muscatine,
ashingion and all points south.
AT DAVKMIIKT with the Latenport A St.
Pai 1 ltailnu.1 for points north.
AT t('K lsL.Nl with the Western Union
ila-lroad for Freeport, Beloit. haiine, itil-wauke-
aud a"l ioiut in norther a I lluols
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Roeklord, RcV
ls'and aud at. Ixiuls Railroad for St. Louis
and points outh.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the TeorUARock
Island Railroad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC with bra.ch. tor Hen
ry. Larere, Chillicotho and PeorU.
AT L.V SALLE with tho flllnois Central Rail
road for oints nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with ail lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
via this line, can be procured, and miy infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
t'Ckei ouceoi inecomprny, Us t-arubam U,
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket offices
along the Hue of the U. P. R. U.
Hnpsnse CliecUol Thronsh Io nil
Principal Htteiii roiutx.
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
J. H. L,CEY,
Gen'l Western As'W
Proprietor of the
Depot for tbe sale of ltia
M. SELLEE dL Co.,
Corner of Battery and Washington Sts.
A.V KltAXCISCO, CAL.
avtx.j. i.r.ni: it.
N-vrn't. c. numoM.
wir. ii. itrn'ox
j as. O. UL'TLEC
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Lcggat, Hudson & Co.,
Manufacturers, of CTcry arau
Fino Cut Claoring
Our Special Brands:
FIXE CLT.tj S.1IOICIXt;S:
All Our Tobaccos Strictly "iVaranted.
OFFICK AND SAI.K.SR0O3t
Cor. Second 6c Tina Streets,
St. Ziouis ZMCo.
Going Cast orSouth from Omaha
AnJ rolnts on U. P.R.B., should taVe th(
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for themselres the choice of Sir
Atchison to Chicago and St. Lonls,
All mitlug Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Palica Daj and Slespbg Can.
.All d;Iay and Inconrcnienee arrWIn? I roni
Ferries acd transfers can ho aroideil West of
Chicago and t. Louis by securing Ticket via
ATCIILSO.V and the ATCHiftUX A
Direct and Reliable Connections are also nude
with the A. T. & S. F. K. B. lor the
Great Arkansas Ya.llej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets tU
LIN COL & ATCHISON
CIIAS. OSMITII, W. F. WHITE
Uen'l Supt, Uen'l Pass. AgL
(UNTIL YOU HAVE
A S WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASONS
J TV. why t her i ill do vour work.
Quick and Easv,
Clieai and Clean.
Ther are li to ue.
They lake ev nl r an. I quickly,
Thoirot ration Is tierfit.
Tliey have alwavs a good draft.
They are iii:itleoriIiebc!lmaterIaI
Thy roast crfectlr,
Tliey rriuirebut Utile fuel,
Tbey are very low priced.
They are easily managed.
They are suilel to all localities.
Every Moveguarauteeil to gtvesatiafactton.
ST. LOUIS, HO.
SIZEWI ''"' A.tf
Or Sugar-Coaled, Concentrated,
Hoot nnd Herbal Juice, Antl
Billous Granules. THE ' UTTUI
GIANT" C.VTIL.IUTIC. or Dlultaa.
lu Parvo PhyHic.
The novelty of modern Modleai. Chrmieal and
Pharmaceutical Scienie No ue of any looser
taking the brge. npuNlvo and nanxeous plU,
coaapo-ed of cheap, crude, nnd bulky ingredient ,
vflieu w o can by a careful application of chemical
f cience. cxtrac all the cathartic and other mttil.
cjial properties froai the most xaluabio root? ami
herbJ, aaa concentrate tbcra Into a minute Gran
nie, scarcely larger than a miihtaril
need, that can be readily eu allowed by thoeol
the mo-t sensitive rtomachi and fastidious tatc?.
Eactitittle I'urgntivo 1'ellet represent?, Ins
mn-t conccntratctt form, as much cathartic power
as Is embodied in any of the larso pills fonnd foe
m!c In the drc tho;n. From their wonderful ca
thartic power. In proportion to their lze, people
who have not tried tncnx arc apt to s nppowj that
they are har-m ordn-tic tn effoct, but ich Is not
at all the cae. ihe dlffcront actlvo tardictnal prln
c:plcor which ther nru composed bcin eo bar
raontzea and modilcd. one by tho others, 83 to
produce n moot oenrelilnir aud thor
ough, yrt Routlyaiidliludlyojieratliig
cattiurtl :. . ,
500 IJpvranl Is hereby offered by tho pro.
prietor or .heso 1'clIct?, to any chcrrlst who,
cpon analyii?. vill Cud In them an) Calomel or
other forms of mercury ot any other mineral
care Is .-cqulnd while usin theai. They ope
rate without distnrbanco to tho constitution, diet,
or occupation. For Jaundice, Headache,
Constipation, Imiuro Rlood, I'alu
in tho Miouldcr, TlRhtiiexs ot tho
ChCHt, SIzzIuoHH, Sour Eructatlouc
of tho Stomach, Had taoto In
.noitth, unions nttackn, Pain In
rcsiou ot Kidneys, Internal Fever,
Itluated fecliiijr about .Stomach,
Hush of Blood to Head, Illicn Col
ored Critic, Ciixoclatillltr int
(iloomy Foreboding, take Dr.
Plercu'H Pleasant PurKatlvo Pellet's.
In explanation of the remedial power of my Tur-
fitivo l'cllcts over fo preat a rnclcty or diseases,
wi-ih. to f-ay thai their action upon tho
animal economy It unlvernal, no to.
Claud or tloiuo cHcapltia their ana
tlve ImrrcsH. Ao diC3 not Impair thera.
their faar-coatln?ciul being enclosed in gfcu
with the pilii found in the dm ptorc.putnp la
cajan .ool or paste-beard boio. Kecollect that
f srt'i (!ioie where a Laxative, Altera
tive or Purgative i lnillcatcd. thee littlo
IViIcH wih chetheiao.t perfect eaUsfactioa to
They nro nold by nil cnterprUIng
Drugs it at H cents a bottle.
Do not allow any dmprist to indeco yon Io
lake anything el r tliat l.o may say Is fust as
rood as iny l'clleto becau.o ho makes a larjct
proflt on that whi'h ho recommends. Jf your
dntsrist cannot snpply them, encloso 53 cents
and rccsm them ny return mail from
u. r. riznici:, zr. n., jvw'r, .
JJVFFALO, If. &
ASK EOE PYLE'S
BAKING SODA !
BEST IN" USB
Sold by Pundt, Meyer &. PjiipVoand Whitney,
Banserman &. Co
Bast India Goods,
213 and 313 FRONT STREET
San Franci California.
Samuel C. Smith,
, Local Agent fortha
TJ. P. R. R LANDS,
Columbus, . 2Teba
Government Lands Located i
U. P. Lands Sold!
InijiroTcd Farias and Tomi Eola for
aaaaHaiaaEftk ik afP J.
'i' aWC aZZLkataa I I - -
cfrljbed do I
M0XUMEXT3, -IOMB SIOSBi, Eta :TJ
cmxl -r- "
" ft1 mlj.
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