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ajenal kills. - VlAwSai.-
A DARK TRAGEDY.
A Colored Preacher Knocks one
of his Deacons in the
Head with a Playful
A new kind of warfare was devel
oped in this city last night. A min
isterial gentleman being in a play
ful humor took occasion to exhibit
his dislike to the possibly sinful
characteristics of a Deacon in his
church, by playfully pounding him
on the head with the victim's own
hammer, rafter enticing him into an
L. T. Jones, the preacher, is "pas
tor of the First African Baptist
Church. He must not be confoun
ded with the Rev. Dennis Jones of
the Second Baptist Church. L. T.
came here from Canada a few
months ago. He is a man of good
attainments and is versed in three
or four different languages. Jim
Henderson, deacon in the same
church, is a blacksmith,well-known
in the city. Rev. Mr. Jones has
been boarding with Henderson ever
since he came to town.
Tjast evening they started to the
Maonic lodge, and as Henderson
states, Jones induced him to go
round b' way of Cherokee street.
They did .so, and near Fifth, as the
story goes, the preacher attacked the
deacon, and knocked him down
with Ids own hammer, which Jones
had borrowed during the day
from Mr. Henderson, for the stated
purpose, as fehe declares, of fixing up
his room. Henderson was found
about nine o'clock by officers Dent
and Mason, wandering around in a
crazed condition. They took him to
the police court, but he was perfectly
wild and could scarcely be taken in
to the building. Dr. McCormick is
attending him. He states that the
skull is not fractured but that there
is a bad contusion. The man's
mouth Is alo very sore where his
assailant inserted his hand to keep
him quiet His hand is crippled
and seems to have been "chawed
up." The warlike minister has so
far eluded all attempts to discover
his whcrealouts. Leavenworth
Commercial of the 117.
Yesterday we published the par
ticulars of a dastardly attack made
by the Rev. Jones, of the African
Baptist Church, on Deacon Hender
son of the same congregation. In
brief, Jones decoyed Henderson in
to a dark allej-, night before last, on
the pretense of wanting assistance
to relieve a Mason who was there
manacled. "When Jones got
his victim In the alley, he
assaulted him wjth a hammer,
and doubtless would have murdered
him, if passers by had not put an
end to tho tragedy. Policemen were
f-ent hither and thither in searcli of
Jones, and yesterdaj- Officer Dent,
after dilllgent search found the fu
gitive in Atchison. Jones was
palming himself off as a Mason on
the good colored people of Atchison,
and wa3 found cnconsed.in bed at
the house of a Mason when Officer
Dent arrested him. He was brought
to the city yesterday, and is now in
the calaboose awaiting an examina
tion. From all the information we can
gather, Jones and Henderson's wife
had some kind of an intrigue, and
the reports create the belief that she
conspired with the pastor of the
church against her husband, the
deacon. Her picture, surrounded
by a few locks of hair, was found in
Jones' trunk. We are credibly in
formed that Jones does not hejong
to the iasonio fraternity, although
he succeeds well iu representing
himself as a member of that order.
Leavenworth Times, Jwlc I2lh.
An Inquest on Abel.
Yesterday afternoon an excited
individual with his hat standing on
two hairs and his eyes projecting
from his head like the horns of a
snail, rushed Into the ofllpo of Cor
oner Homes. Now, tho coroner is
by profession a dentist, and his first
thought as ho glaneed at the man
was that lie was well nigh distract
ed with toothache. He was soon
undeceived, however,as the frenzied
individual cried out, as soon as he
could catch his breath after running
up tho stairs,
""""Been a man murdered J"
"A man murdered?" cried the
coroner; "How where?"
"In a garding, I believe; with a
club or a rock."
"How long ago?" cried the
Coroner, seizing his hat and cane.
"Been done a good while, and no
police nor constables hasn't never
done nothiu' about it. Never been no
coroner set on the body, nor nothiu'
of the kind; no verdlck "
"What's the dead man's name?
Who was he ?" cried the Coroner.
"His name was Abel."
"Abel! Abel who?
"Don't Know, Never heard
nothin' but his lirst name."
"Well, what is the name of the
man who killed him? Do they
know ? Any one suspected ?"
"Well, I've heard that a fellow
named Cain put out his light. Cain
was tho brother qf Abel," and 1"
Coroner smells a mice and, flour
ishing his cane cries: "lou git down
them stairs, my lino fellow.- Git,
and don't you show yourself here
again J" With a loud guffaw tho
fellow went down tho stairs three
steps at a time, tho dootor calling
out after him : "How dare you trifle
with an officer in this way, sir?"
John Weiss, in an essay on Sena
tor Sumner, said of him:
Our Senator's personal religion
did not rest upon any assumption of
a supernatural revelation in the
Sorjptures. Ho revered the Great
Teapher, but never in -public or pri
vate commended hinras the Saviour
of mankind. He had no theory
concerning that lofty character
which set it apart from tho course
of history and tho natural possibili
ties of human nature. His pew was
by inheritance situated in a Unita
rian meeting house, where the doc
trine of theology and of political
ethics was uniformly conservative;
so that he was seldom seen to occu-
Ey U, Born intoChanning's house
old of faith, h fount nuthjng
there so congenial as tqe sweetness;
and "light of thafgreat preach
ers morals. He had no taste
for any description of public wor
ship. Private friendship carried
him onop to an ordination: it was
that of the poet Ingfellow8
brothpr. And the only page of the
discourse upon that occasion which
ho pared for, was the one that em
phasized freedom of speech n the
oause of humanity. He enjoyed
tone of those emotions which a
teohnloal religion claims to derive
from setting up relations with In.
visible beings. For ideal convictions
seemed to him the natural thorough
fare between the finite and infinite,
and to suggest to man the most re
ligious gesture he can make that of
-walking to and fro in child-like
simplicity. Let us see if we cannot
justify the superiority of this above
the conventional attitude, and show
its independence of sentiments
which are'miscaljed spiritual.
A FEMALE WESTON.
Omaha to Truckee on Foot.
The Truckee (Nev.) Republican,
cf June 4, has the following: "A
woman passed through Truckee at
5 o'clock yesterday morning who
has walked the entire distance from
Omaha. She has followed the rail
rord track closely and has been
some fifty days in making the trip.
Nearly every conductor and brake
man on the railroad between Oma
ha and Truckee have observed her
as they passed her on their respec
tive trains. She was very reticent
in conversation, butclaimedtohave
a recreant husband somewhere in
California whom she -was seek
ing. Numerous offers were
made her of a ride on
the freight trains, all of which she
peremptorily refused. She declined
trusting herself to the dangers and
uncertainties of railway travel and
walked every step of the way. Her
dress consisted of a pair of loose
Turkish trowsers, made of canvas
similar in texture to that used by
miners for hose in hydraulicing. A
wool sack protected her neck and
chest, and a small striped shawl
was wrapped around her shoulders.
In height and size she is rather be
low the medium. Her features
were rather coarse and, as may be
supposed, severely bronzed by ex
posure to the sun and weather. The
distance from Winnemucca to
Wadsworth (13G miles) she made in
four days, at the rate of thirty-four
miles a day. She made no halt in
passing through Truckee. Some
few people knew of her coming, but
thought she would make her grand
entry about the middle of the
forenoon yesterday, but the walk of
this remarkable pedestrian was
"mysterious and past finding out,"
and she strode on ahead of time,
arriving here at such an early hour
that scarcely half a dozen were able
to take observations of the event.
It had been the intention to give
this wonderful woman a sort of
triumphant reception in Truckee
(and surely the occasion warranted
it), but she stole a march on us
and passed along rapidly, silently
and determinedly, as if bent
ou an important mission, the
fulfillment of which, admit
ted of -no delay, circumlocution,
speech-making nor public recep
tions. The case is, we venture to
say, one of the most singular on re
cord. It has more significance than
the forthcoming of the transit of
Venus, or the pretty walks of such
pedestrians as Weston. What will
be the fate of that truant husband
of her's when she geta her hands
fairly looked in his hair it is not
difficult to conjecture. Better would
it have been fur him had ho never
been born. There will not be rocks
nor mountains enough in California
to cover him from her enraged
Breaking it Gently.
BY S.IXRK TWAIN.
"Yes, I remember that anecdote,"
the Sunday school superintendent
said, with the old pathos in hi
eyes. "It was about a sjmplo brea
ture named Higgins.'that used to
haul rock for old Maltby. When
the lamented Judge Bagley tripped
and fell down the court-house stairs
and broke his neck, It was a great
question how to break the news to
poor Mrs. Bagley. But finally the
body was put into Higgina.' wagon,
and he was instruoted to tako it to
Mrs. B., but to bo very guarded and
discreet' in his language, and not
break tho nows to her at ouce, but
do it gradually and gently. When
Higgins got there with his sad
freight, lie shouted until Mrs. Bag
ley came to the door.
Then he said, "Does the wjddcr
Bagley live here?"
"" "The widow Bagley? No, sir."
"Pll bet she does. But have It
your own way. Well, then, does
Judge Bagley live here?"
"Yes, Judge Bagley lives here."
"I'll bet ho don't. But never
mind, it alnt for me to contradict.
Is the Judge in?"
"No, not at present."
"I jest expected as much. Be
cause, you know take hold
o'suthin, mum, for I'm a-going to
make a little communication, and
I reckon maybe it'll Jar you some.
There's been an acoldent, mum.
I've got tho old Judgo curled up out
here in the wagon, and when you
see him you'll aoknowledgo yourself
that an inquest la about the only
thing that could bo a comfort to
A Piute Indian was around town
yesterday, selling suckers for trout
to such unsophisticated housewives
as he could find. One lady thought
the fish diil not look exactly right
for trout. "What makei their noses
so long, Jim? queried she. "Him
heap young," said the deceitful Jjo.
"Poco tiempo, plenty old; no more
nose mouth all the samerae,"
opening his biscuit-trap from ear to
ear. Looking upon and into the
"open countenanpp" of tho red
man, the lady helJevpd hhn free
from gujle, and purchased a
dozen or moro of Jim's
long-nosed trout, AH went
well till at breakfast the lady's hus
band essayed to swallow a mouth,
ful of tho fish. Ho got more bones
in his throat than half a loaf of
bread could dislodgo. The husband
demanding to seo the 'young trout,'
tho wife produced a specimen, and
recounted tho wiles by means of
which tho 'child of the desert' had
beguiled her. In case Jim should
again visit that housefortho pur
pose of selling long-hosed trout, he
will get such a dose of hot water on
his top-knot as will render tho rais
ing of his hair an easy matter,
Mrgima City Entcrptf
4U, ABOUT THEWATKB WORKS'
The central rltj of the West
Quite proud of late has grown,
At d feels it ran no longer wait
A goo I suvd pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a reservoir
Upon their highest hill.
We read in the dara of Noah
That water wo ks were tried;
The trouble was tt er had no sewers,
And so the people died,
let us then remember .
If water works we try.
To put )q sewers gopd and strong,
A nuke our streets quit irj
And when the thing la done"
We'll celebrate' at once,
Then everybody In the town'
Will bey their hats of Bqnee.
For all new styles that low are out.
Some fifty kinds or mora.
You'll. And tliein cheap at i:;nee'a"
Famous ytT York; store.
Th Champion Tfatter of the West, ifcj Dong
FroBtiig on 4th, 6th ud Wabttit
St. Louis, - Mo.
Laveille, Warner acCa,
The Southern Hotel is nratksatW'sJl u.
aptolntmeota. lis tablet are at all Jaes sup.
plied In the greatest abundance, Mh ail the
oeiiracics tne markets afford, IUC
employes are all oolite and attanf
want of to- ju sti of the hotel, TJ
improves eieva-or leading Irom th
to the upper one. Railroad and
teltgranh ofO.eia the Hotandaot hoi
Money and Connerct.
Office Omaha Daily Bee, )
. June 13, 1874. J
There was a more liberal inquiry
for money at the banks to-day and
all good paper was readily discount
ed. The week has been fair through
out and closes with satisfactory In
dications of a good business for the
THE FIHST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grants .$S00.00
Land Warrants, ("160 acres)... 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip,
(160 acres).- 185.00
State, County and City "War-
Gold buying, 109$; selling, 110
Dry goods were moved in large
quantities to-day and staple grocer
ios received a fair share of attention.
The boot and shoe trade continues
good and orders for summer cloth
ing were heavier than on any pre
vious day of the week. 4
Carpets and oil-cloths were in
good demand, on western account.
The furniture trade shows a decided
improvement over tho previous
week; one firm having shipped sev
eral car loads on mail orders.
The produce market is well sun-
plied, and the commission houses
are all satisfied with the trade. The
supply of flour rather exceeds the
demand, and large consignments of
very fine brands remain unsold at
the close of the week.
Carefully Corrected Dally
J. J. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Aliens ................ 9
American...... ,-, ..,, ,., , ,,, 9
Harners.......... . 8J
Hamilton . ..................... 94
Merrimack D......... 5
Richmond.......... S. . 9
Simpson's ....................... 9
Boot O i 9
Cabot 4-J 1234
LondaIe........ . ........... Is
N, Y. Mills 18$
Feterboro. ,. ........... 8
Suffolk L . ... . SJ
Pepperdl 8-1 . 31
do 9-4 .-. K
do KM .... ... 33J
Farmers and Mechanlcs..... 25W
Great Western ...... 2s
Albion, A . .... S5i
B-dford, R . 7
Grantville, E E ,....... 10i
Germania, B B...,., 9J
L- h S-i"n ...-.-. .................. 8J J
American...... ....... ...... u
Amoskeag ..... ..............
Bates .... u
Lancaster.... ......, 12
Amoske'ag, a c u......,.. IS
Biddeford ., ,.., n
Am.&akeag - 2J4
Beaver Creek, B B 1G2
Ofs.B B ni
Otis, C C 152
Hoasier. . . ., 3
kurtz Momt & CO., 231 Fambani
Clark's O. N. T 70
ivoat'. v; "
Merrick's.... .-. 42K
Domestic , , $ .Q2 00
British .. 3 ocfcje 00
Dickens' hpt on
King William 1 35
Douieatlc.............. 1 30
Stanley .. . 2 60
Ottoman strips... .... $2 2J(SG 50
White common . .. . $10 50
" medium........ 15 oj
custom nimlg jn go
Percale ...... . .. 81200a24 00
Calico ..... 4 75a7 50
Brown drill .. SC 50aT 25
' duck ....... .. 7 75s9 00
Blue drill . 7 00a7 50
' duck 8 00a9 50
White. . a 00a9 50
French whalebone ........ $5 25a8 00
Our own. . ......... 15 00
ConieL. ....., 22 50
Linen printed , 5 9 00
" ruffled . 12 00
" fluted-.. 15 on
J. C, Rosenfeld gives us the
fallowing quotations this day:
Butter, dull, 13 in tubs; Eggs
-in demand at 12Jc per ddz.; Live
Chickens at 3 00 per doz.; Strawber
ries in demand at 23c per box ;
Gooseberries, 3. 0Q per bu.j Cherries,
3,0c per box J Oranges, 9 00, and
Lem.ns, 14 00 per box.
JOHX T, EDOAK.
Horse shoe bar..
Norway nail rod
Cast p'" - 12
Qermon-. . . n
American casn, octagon and square 18a 22
Jess p's English do do 250 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.
3d fine do
lOd flnis'ng do
8d do do
Gd do do
lOd casing do
8d do do
6d da iln
Wrought, ail sizes.
Carriage and tlre.N. discount
Narrow-wrought, fast join tdlsconnt
Cast, loose pin rerersfble.. do
Hay and manure forki.....discount
Hoea and gaiden rakes do
Strap and T., ; ..)Ucount
Tail's black discount
Coe's )mniltatlon do
Coe's genuine.., do
American Iron ,.,
It Holl'a Ha.rest King.per dox, net
, uo reorMH,nfln,.H.MH.H..H .. .
SP-ADRS AMJ 8H0VLS-
BowUnd'aNo2 black shorels, D H
do do polished do do ,
do do black spades do
Moore do poliahed do do
do "jprlng point" L H shorels-.
UppmkoU's Western Crown.,
do do do btxefeJ
Parke's No S, iron box..net
do do 103 do
do do25 Union lMh
eo do 35 do Brltania. - ,,
HanrraTe.SmithA Co., discount
Aaaeriean ilia Co da
Faydole'i, A E No 1 1 . ,
-a-uaond's A E Noi2Z
"" do - do 4 -
do EntlnitHl Knl
do 'do do 2 -
0 do do a. -
Morris shlcellnz. No 1 .
do do do 2.
do do do 3.
do claw do l.
do o do .
Buffalo S. sole $
Hemlock Si. tole No 1
do do No 2
do span sole good
do do nam
do b" i ,.,.
. 1 50
do kip .
do UDrr ft
Oak sole l B
Fchcalf Jodots prdi.
Other brands diBerent wt, pr 0.
French kip pr B .. -.
Bark linings ,., ,
. 1 75,
. 1 44
Dry flint pr -
Jan. and Feb, pelts.
Powell Co., Soap monufacturera.
Sapo Publico, Sl-26 3-4; Savon
Eepublic, do., Chemical Olire, 6 to
6 1-2; Palm, 55 14 ; German Mot
led. 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in lino art goods,
270 Farnbam Street, furnishes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 6c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
poliahed walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 inch 1280c; 3 inch 18
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 000
4 00; each dditional foot, 75c per
Union ind all wool terry, per yard
1 G03 j0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
Union per yard, 1'50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; itraw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Eublect to change of market without notice.
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. B, B, track bet. Far n ham and Dong
as. GEO A. HOAGLAND.
Joists, studding and sills, 24 ft, and nn
der ..... ....
Over 20f t, each additional ft add'l
Fencing No 1 .... . i . ,. ,,,
do Ko 2 .Z
1st common boards...4.
. 25 00
. 0 00
. 45 00
. 32 50
, 27 50
. I V 01
. 3 U)
. 2 00
uu uo uo
''A" Strvk 'hnanla in mnA 14 ,nl.
"B" do do do do
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, 1, yt and 2 Inch
2d do do do do .....
3d do do do do .
uo m common.
do 2d do
do 3d do ...
do nsrrow, clear.
isi ciear ceiling y, inch
2d do do
1st do do
2d do do
1st clMr Alrlllitr
2d do do ...
1st common siding
2d do do .
Frln Nn 1 .l.l.,1.v
Common No 1 sh.ngles
iin per juuu ....
cMjusre uo uo oo ..
O G Batten per lineal f r
Bough do do do
Liberal discount on carload lots.
35 per cent off Cbicsgo list.
25 per cent ofl CI icago list,
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl
LonisTllIe cement per bbl......
Plaster narls Der bbl
Plastering hair per bushel..
OILS. PAINTS, GLASS, &c.
ROBERT C. STEELL,
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
CoalOU S IS
Linseed Oil, rsw. 105
" " bl'd 1 10
Headlight OU 28
i rdini, No.l...
i ii i 2
" " wlnterT
" " straln'd J
W. Va. f "
White Lead, St. Louis, SrUcUy Pure .
" " " Fancy Brands
Putty in Bladders. .
Ensmeld Glass, colors, V sq. ft...
Flat Glas, 50 9 c discount
TJX, SHEET.IEON. WIRE, C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x11 IC, ralr qualitf
10x14 Ic. best quality
11x14 IX do do .
12x12 IC do do ..
12x12 IX do do
. 13 50
. 14 00
. 17 00
11x20 IC do do
14x20 IX do do
14x20 IXX do do
14x20 IXXX do
1C0 plate IC
100 plate DXX
109 plate DXXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Roofing IX do
20x23 IC charcoal roofing
20xH 10 charcoal roofing
64X14 ia. cnareoai
10x20 coke (for gutters).....,.
Sheet tin 55 to 30 in..
do do do
do do do
Id half casks ...
Sheet 14 to 35 Inches per sheet. "
-innerssoldet (extra rennea-
oo do iio. i.
do do roofing-
Ud metal -
First quality, Numbers 18 to 24.
do do do 15
do da do 2i....
do da do 47.
Charcoal, both sides sniothe
ao 110 i
do do '.6.
do do 27
Juniata, No. 84-.
ao ao za
do dd 27.
do No. 1, stained ....
Less than full bundlea, add one cent.
"A"American immlUfn Russia, all Noa.
Lets than fuU bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to 20 ...
do 21 to 24 .
do 25 to 88
Full bundles discount 15 per cent.
Braziers C to I
do 10 to 12 Si -
Sbeathlng, it and 16 ox
Planished, 14 and It ox
Noa. 7, S and , Planished
Bolt copper .
Copper bottoms ... .
10 - 11 11J
Noa. 0 to d 8,S.
Noa. 15,16 1? 18 - 19
Per bundle 15 per cent dUcoaa
Jl 75(32 00
. 3 0g3 25
3 50(3 75
STEELE JOHNSON 53S-540 14th sr.
CLARK FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PUNDT, MEYER A- RAArKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN i Gallagher, 205 Farn-
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN A Co., 247
J. J. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Rat cut loaf do .
Standard A do
Circle A do
Extra C oo
Yellow C do .
N O choice do
Bio choice prE..
do prime do
do good .do ..
O G JaTa
Common pr gallon-
Choice do ..
do N O molasses
M Wesk A Co
M. Wesk A Co
uu uo Virginia
Cahlornla peaches per uound .
do si.pljj do ...
S.ate do do ..,
New currant3.- ..
do prunes... ........ ..
do German cherries....
uo uiacDerrie3. ........,
do rasins pr box....... ..
do seedless rasles er pound-....-SALT.
New 1b barrels .
do dairy ... .........
S2 SCaS 00
4 5ua5 75
1 do do do do do
2 do do Wiliim's do Uo
2 (la tin tftrh An. .1..
S4 25a t n
2 50a2 73
4 0Oa4 -
4 75a,'i (W
3 do da do do do
. G 75a7 50
9 50a.t 75
lomaioes, pound cans, per t aae
do S do do do
do WInilow do
UU tWHUIIUI UO
Strawberries, par eae.
Raspberries, ia do
Oolaaaa rnf .
Young Urn, per yUML.
uituiwwweK, ao ,
Snow Flake, (We --)-..
Gunnies, heary weight...
uo ugni uo
Burlaps, four bushel-
Dundee gunnies ....
Grain bags, Amoskej; A
do do Ludlow a a...
Nutmegs, Penang btst,pcr iound
CIotbi do do
Alspice do do
Cinamon bark do do ..
1 35al 41
n. Upman ....
Grand I entral
La Boquet... ...
hlmon Pure . .
Partlgas... . .....
Yours Truly..... ..
La Espanola... .......
Henry Clay.. ...
S 55 00
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale deixit 54S 14 th Street.
Hall barrel sicks . - 2 SO
J. SCHOONIVAKER SON
rsop-iKTOEs or the
Manufacturers of Strictly Pure
White Load, Red Litharge
Tatty. Colors Dry aud in Oil.
PURE VERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White Lead to be free from Impurities, and
wiU pay 850 In gold for every ounce of adul
)aJon found in this packace.
atortSm J. SsCUOONMAKER A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Xedal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premium Cinsinnatti Indus
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium Erookljn Indus
trial Exposition, 1873.
For Famplcs or Information address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
m72m JERSEY CITY, N J
Sioux City Pacific R. R.
The Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points In
NORTHERN IOWA & MDiXESOTA.
POLLMAK PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains ria this route.
1. At TJ. P. Transfer with Union Tacific
Railroad for Omaba.
2. At Council Bluff, with Kansas City, Sl
ice and Council Bluffs Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway for Chicago and all
. At Slour City with Slour City and St.
Paul, Illinois Central and DaVoti Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri Riter.
during nsTigation, and with stages for all
points In the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Vorthwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Xebrafcla.
6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with the Union
Pacific railroad for all points west and the
7. At WIsner with stsjres for Norfolk and all
poinUIn Northern .Nebraska.
WTlckets for sale In Ch!o acd Norlh
western Railway offices.
"be sure your tickets read Tla S. C A. P
L. BURNETT, Sup't. "
F. C. BILLS, Gea. Ticket Ag't. ?.;
The Popular Route from
o -m: J E -A.
Chicago and the East !
Only Diroot Zloute
Cro-.ve, ITalrle Du bleu. Wiuous,
.t f.ul, Dtilulli, Janc-vlIIe, Un
Mha, Grrru ., Katlne. ttcTB'a
1'olnt. W-trrinrn, OsnW.sb, Ion
DuLac, MiuIUwu aud XUntukes.
ItIoin;tbSUortvstand Fust Conioleted Llns
Constant i-npror. m nts hara taken place In
the iror of Te-luclui; Grade, and placing Iron
with Meet li!s, addiug to iu rolling stock
new and Licfiut
DAY nuil 8LKF.P1XQ CARS
Equipped with the"Wesi!ugboufeAIr Brake"
and ".Miilcr Platform." establishing comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses, offering all
tLe comforts of traveling tte age can produce.
From to 10 Fast Express Traius run each
way daily user tho various lines of this road,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux, C ty, Yankton and points reached Tla
Sioux Citvand Pacific railroad.
AT GRAD JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Dcs Moines, Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MAUallALLtorSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPID? for Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, t liarlrs Otv, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT r UNION for Dubuque, Dun'elth, Prai
rie du Cbien, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicgo, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque aud Minnesota railroads.
AT VUlTON for Freeport, Racine Milwau
kee and all polntaln Wiacoosl.
AT CHICAGO with all railway 11ms Isrll-g
out of Chicaro.
Throat-Ucke-ts all e tteradUea v tk
Uno casta prseznri, ad any Ixfarmatiwa -talred.
costeralu Route, BaUa, ote- at w
Coain-ay'f cttct . zit Farm u n trtMat.
aad a-M at t-t iBristfa-l tl-HMM
usee. use. e.m.. .
w. u.BTBaHferr. luavn iMMrtr.
oa'i riu r igrt. -. 8r-
Tts Mgrt, mm. et'i.rt .
Omaha & St. Louis Short
18 7 4!
The Kansas City, St. Joeland
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
AND TIIE'EAST, FROM
OMASA AND THE "WEST
NO CHANGE . ,.ait between OmsbaandSt.
Louis ana b it oi c between OMAHA
auu Ar.W YORK.
This the Ouly ine running a
VVUl.HA.7i SLKEPI.VO CAIt EAST
KKO.H 4K1IAI1A, ON Alt RIVAL
OP THE UNIOX PACIFIC
t&'Vavsrngcin taking othet routes liare a
.liugroiiMe transfer at the Liver fetation.
rASSENGEIC TA1.S BA1LT X
EASTERN AND WE3TEB.S 0ITIE3
With lss Cliaiigcs and In adrtnee of other
ThisEntlro Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace DayCoacbeaand Chair Cars,
Jliller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouse
OB-Sce that your tickets r.ad rla
1 mi sus City, S .Joseph ii. t'oonell
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
TicLcts for sale at cor. Tenlh and Farnbam
streets, and U. I. Deput. Omaha.
. F. BARNARD, A. C.DAWE3,
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l Tass. Agt.,
St. Joseph. St. Joseph,
3 TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. LOUIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THBOUQH WITH0DT GHAHQE
AnWil of Trai&s fron toe West
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
Are for gale at tbe
.N.E. corner Foartb. Cheatnnt sta..
ni.uiniRf Rna assne -"nacipai uul
xr y OfHcea In the West.
C1IAS. BABCOCK, C E. RUSSELL
S'thern Pass. AcU, West'n Pass. Ag't,
Dallas. Texas. Ka.xsxs litt.
JOHN" E. SIMPSON. CflAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'l Supt., Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
a29tf Ltnuxarous. Sr. Locu.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Tiics. Mills ft Bro-
Machines, Koalds, lee Cre
No 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
Geo. M.Mills, f CATALOGUES SENT
Atle-P.P- b.J j upon application.
Chicago, Bock Island
and Pacific It. It.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FEOJI
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, DaTenport and Bock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
ft'-STL-OBOCS- Patkxt Air Bra.k-3 and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Fpressiriis LeTe D-llj,
innecting as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lor Ostaloosa, Ottumwa, eo-ul
and St. Lonls.
AT GUINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to su Iaul.
AT WEST LIBEKTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western nranch, for Muscatine.
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVEPORT with tho Darenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT LOCK IsLAND with the Western Union
Railroad lor Freeport, Belolt, -Kaiine. Mil-
wauken and all points la northern Lllnols
AT ROCK ISLAND with tbe Roc-tord, Rocfc
ls!and and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with th Peoria A Rock
Island Railroad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC with brach. for lien-
ww T a. rH.1111 .!. t T. -I-
AT LA SALLE with th Illinois Central Rail
road lor points nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with 11 lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
via this line, can be procured, and any Infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket office of the companr, lis Farnhain St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket o ces
along the line of the U. 1M ij.
Bag-race Checked Tbrongb to all
Principal Kaatern Points.
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
a 8 tTEVENH.
Depot for the sale of hia
M. TT-CT.TiTr,R ft Cc,
Corner of Battery and Waahlngton Sta.
aLrz. J. L-ouar.
.NATU'i. C. UDOSOy.
TTU. It. 1IVDSOH
JAS. O. UL'TLEX
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Lcggat, Hndson & Co.,
Manufacturers' of erery arau.
-Tin Ciit Ch.QV7Lxig
Our Special Brands:
All Oar Tobaccos Strict! j Warauted.
OFFICE ASD SAI.KSROOJl
Cor. Second & Vino Streets,
St. Xioulai Mo,
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.R., should take the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for themselres the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Atchlsoa to Cklcago aad St. Loals,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped with Palace Day and Bleeplar Can.
AH delay and IneonTenfence arrl ring from
Ferries acd transfers can be arolded West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Ticket! Tla
ATCIIISO! and the ATCH19U3T k
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. a F. R. R. for the
Great Arbuuas Tallej k Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points tn
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Aak for Tickets Tla '
IsINCOL & ATCHISON
V. F. WHITE
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
' ujtii i-!Jals ,ip"ui
UNTIL "YOU UAVK
AS WE HAVE TWELVE t.OOD RE.VS0N3
why ther will do Tour work.
Quick and Easv,
u&ean ana uiean.
Therarectc pest to bur.
Thev are L"iL tn u.i.
t Ther lute ermly and quickly,
Their ojration is perfect,
J3 Ihey hate alwjis a good draft.
af TLey aremaueortkebcstiuaterlal
They roast perfectlT,
They require but Utile fuel.
i ney are Tcr T low priced,
They ara easily manured.
Ther are suited to alllocalltlM.
JQB twi store guaranteed to gite satisfaction.
KMglsior Mun'fs Co.,
ST. LOUIS, M0.,
atvix a. xvobras,a
' ' "'T'V
VaUf 1 aft a-i
v w w v-p ! '
ur sacaroatcd, Coaceatrate4,
..www auu iiuriNU JUltV) Anil. I
Btllona Granules. TBX:MrrTI3
GIANT CATIUVKTIC or Sfultam
In Farvo Physic
Tho noTelty of modem Mcdicai. Chemical and
Pharmaceutical Science No use of any longer
ta-lnx tht larso'. repuKlTo and natveous pilu,
composed of cheap, crude, and bulky tnjrcdicnUr,
whemio can by a careful application of chemical
rcience. extract all toe cathartic and other medi
cinal properties from tho most aluabio roots and
herb, ana ronrrntntc them Into a mlnuto Gran
nie, scarcely larger than a mustard
see J , that can bo readily swallowed by those ol
the must sensi'iTO vtomach and fastidious tastes.
EichliuIcPursatlvo Pellet represent. In a
mojt concentrated form, as much cathartic power
as Is embodied In any of tho largo pills found foe
sale In tho drrd ehops. From their wonderful e. t
thirtic power. In proiortlon to their size, people:
who bavo not tried them aro apt to rnppon that
they aro nana or dntic in effect, trot such la not
at all tho ca;e. ho duTcrcnt actiro medicinal prin
ciples of which ther are composed bcinji so har
monized and mod-led. one by tho others, as to
produce a moot senrrliliia and thor
ough, yd KCUtlyandJ-ludlyoperatlBK
I50O IXoxraril Ubcrety offered by the pro
prietor of .heo lvllcw, to any chemist who,
upon analysis, vlll find in them anv Calomel or
otner forma of mercury o any other mineral
Uclns entirely vcBCtablc.nopartrcnr
caro is .-equircd whilo UMn:j them. They ope
rate without distnrbanco to tho constitution, diet. ,
or occupation. For Jaundice, Headache
Constipation. Impuro Hlood, Pain
lu tho Miouldcr, TlKlTtttess of tho
Chest. Dlzzlncsi. Sour- Eructations
of tho Moniach, liad tasto In.
uiouth. Illlioiis attacks. Pain la
rcRlou oi I.ldncyN, internal Fewer
lllontcd fcoline nbont Stomach,
UuhIi of Hlood to Head, HI Kb. Col
orod L'rlnc, l7nocIal,lllty u
(iloomy Porebodluns, tako Br.
Plerce'H PIcaMantPuriratlvo Pellets
In explanation of tho remedial power or my Tur-
ftth o l'clleta o cr t o prcat a Tarlcty of disew es,
wish to eay that their action upon the
animal ccouomy Is universal, aotk '
Blaud or tltuocKcaplus their sana
tl vo I m prcus. Ago dx not Impair them.
their eusir-co-tlr.jrnra oc'fS enaoeeu in css
Cittlcs prcscrvo their virtues unimpaired for anr
lcain of time. In any climate, so that they aro si
vf freb and reliable which la not tho cans
vrith the t.V.i, fonnd In the dm? t tores, put np la
choap wood or iAs'e-bcanl boxes. Recollect that
f.iraH d'.eaC3 where i taxatlTC, Altera,
tlvo or Iurcatltf i Indicated, these little
lvilt-u will ito the moat perfect tatisfactlon to
They nro nold by all cnterprUlaa; :
DrURBlt at -5 cent's a bottle. ,
Do not allow any ilrnrf;Ut to Induce toi le l
fake anythlnj: c?s j that te may ay la Just as, s
S I aa my Pclleto rx-canci ha make a buret, 1
HroM on that whi'h ho recommends. Jf your
dru"ini 'sniiot npply Ihcm. cncloso 85 cent '
acd'tceoiW Jhcm ny return ma'.l from -
" - " BC-TAXO, K. X, '
ASK FOR PYLE'S
T IKT TJ;
Sold by Pundt, Meyer A Raapkeand WhJtceT.
-MlCllU u. Uf(
Zast India Good,
213 and 215 FEIOXT STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
U. P. R. R. LANDS,
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms ana Torn tots for
O -A-S ECjr
mosom ran, xonu sioses. m, b
. a 30tl " 1
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