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'01T PERVISIONS, JOSIAH.
A Couple of Lincoln County
kies Exprett their I4i About
A sapient-looking Fayette ville
darkey, oscillating between twenty
and twenty-five summers, overtook
an old negro on the streets the other
dar, and wedging him in a fence
corner, proceeded to acquaint him.
with all the gorgeous provisions of
the Civil Bights bill. Young Afri
ca imparted to old Africa a fund of
valuable information, "thuely:"
"Well, Uncle Billy, Sumner's
Swivel Bights bill am passed de
Senate ob de 'nited States widouta
"Is that so, Josiar ?"
"Jess so, Uncle Billy. And say,
Uncle Billy; we colored pussons is
gwine to see whose pervisions is iu
de pot We are gwine to be allow
ed to ride free on de railroads,
smoke in de ladies' car, and put our
feet on de percussions ob de seats
wheneber we dam please."-
"la dat so, Josiar V"
"JesH o, Uncle-Billy, j And say,
Uncle Billy, '.rv's gwine to be al
lowed to stop at de hotels and set at
de head ob, de table, and hab de
biggest slices ob" de chickens, and
lay around ,in de parlor and spit on
de carpets, and make de white trash
hustle demselves and wait on us
widout grumblin'; and wheneber
de boss ob de concern shoves a bill
at us, we'll hab him sent to "Wash
ington and obscured in de plenipo
tentiary." ' "It dat so, Josiar?" '
J'Jess so, Uncle Billy. And say,
Uncle Billy, we's gwine to be al-
.lowed to go to de white schools and
set up on de platform wid de teach
er .and learn gehograpby, trlgger
manoraetry, gehominy, Latin,
Dutch, French, Choctaw, algeebray,
rheumatics, de rule thrice, and -de
"Good God! is dat so, Josiar?"
Jess so, Uncle Billy- And say;
Uncle Billy, we's gwine to be. al
lowed to be buried in italic cofilns
wid looking-glasses on top ob dem,
and dey will hab to carry us on a
hoearse to de graveyard and bury
us oq top ob do whte folks, so when,
de day ob resurrection" am arrived
ahd.de angel Gabriel come tootln'
along, ho'll sing out troo his trumr
pet, "All bb you colored gemraen
rise fust!' And say, Uriclo Billy,
do pervisions of dat bill "
"What's dat you say 'bout pervi
Well, Uncle Billy, as I was
gwine on to state, de pervisions ob
dat bill " Jf
" "Stop Tight darej-'Josiah., You;
say dare's jwrvisions in dat bill?"
" "Jesso;5 Uncle Billy. De pery:
sionsof debill " - " ""
$rQ8 rgU,t dare, Josiar.- If dare's
pervisions in dat bill, I want a sack
ob flour dis berry mlnnlL JJam de
smokin' in the ladies' car, and de
gehograpby, and de Latin, and de
italic coffins! I want der pervisions,
Josiar. Dey's all dere is iu de hill
wuft a dam cent!"
Summer Treatment of the Grape.
- There are two classes of cultiir
ists, who liave very positive ideas of
grape-culture. One has "it certain
rule laid down by some excellent
authority on grape-culture which
must be followed to the Very letter,
and which calls for much pinching,
pruning and training exactly so ;
the other thinks nature knows what
is best, and believes it wisest (9 let
the grape grow as it willt
Our oxporjenoe is between those
two. Grapes do want some sys
tematic care and culture, but, what,
the details of this should be will de
pend more on circumstances than
rules, and common sense to know
how to adapt tiioso circumstances to
the wants of the vine will do more
for the grape-grower than the best
written treatise by the higest au
thority would do.
Supposing for instance that tho
vine has had some trimming in tho
winter, and it isdeslrablo to keep it
within a certain limited- space, we
have to see that all the branches
have a fair share of the light and
air necessary to perfect themselves.
A vine on a stake in vineyard or
garden-culture will therefore re
quire different training and prun
ing from one on a trellis,-or on the
side of a "house But it requires the
consideration of noTparUcular plan
to understand that 'to llavo good
healthy foliage, and consequently
strong, vigorous canes, each leaf
"must have full room to develop it
Belf. So if there be a heavy mass of
foliage that will crowd one another,
and Keep each shoot or loaf from
"growing as it should'doythey should
be thinned out till only just enough
be left to cover up the occupied
What is true of leaves and brandi
es is true of the fruit- In a state "of
nature the plant's object is to per
fect seed. .But we do not care about
seed, we need pulp, or at least the
delicious flesh which surrounds the
jBeeds. By lesseniug the amount
of seeds we increase the succulence
of the berries left. Thinning of the
bunches then becomes ono of the
most beneficial practices in vine
culture. As a generalrule it is safe
to cut off one-third of allthe branch
es formed. In regard to the shoots
themselves it is a good rule to leave
no more grow than wo want to re
main; but superfluous ones should
be taken out before they have made
much growth. It Ls a great shock
to the plants to have them pulled
out after they have made a consid
erable length of wood and much fo
liage. Again, some shoots will
grow much more vigorously than
others, and the object of the
good cultivation is to have
them all of a uniform thick
ness and strength from? the base of
,the yine to its verytop. This is
regulated by pinching back. Those
which show a disposition to be
stronger than others are nipped off"
after they have extended some dis
tance. How far they should go be
fore their points are taken out de
pends on the strength. If very
much stronger than the others, they
may perhaps be taken out altogether
before they have grown much. Jf
only of moderate strength, say'
shorten after they have advanced
.two or three feet, and so onaccord
fng to vigor. i '
We cannot calL these rules, for so
much depends on the judgment
the good judgment of the cultivator;-
but they may serve as hints lor
the successful summer culturaofthe
grapevine, Oermantotvn IWeghaph.
. A HvJNff kUir.
Eureka, (Nev.) Cupel, of
June 8th. thus records
i tne advent of
a "slow fighter" in tnat cltv from
Virginia: He immigrated from
Virginia City and arrived afoot..
Through motives pecuniary this was
done, and boots having been sacri
ficed on the way, his advent was
made In feet encased in canvass of
texture coarse and strength prodi-'
gious. An humble man was he,
who learned his trade in San Fran
cisco, and who. durine hours of
idleness and relaxation, whiledthe-l
dreary hours away, daring his early,
manhood, by running with the
'masheen' and improving his mind
and muscle by perfecting himself
- - y-w.. j . .-'g--fi - -
In the nse'of modem slang and the
cultivation of the art' of striking
from the shonlderr A mighty man
as he, who, in jirosperous days,
Dar-JJ"? a loggtuiea piacic. com,
nee; and pantaloona turned up at,
the after part of the extremities, ex
posing -dainty- stripe- of-redmo-rdcoo
lining: :buthls. glory had de
parted, ananas yras hitherto re
marked, his hegiraT accom
plished independent of horse or lo
comotive. His once gorgeous ward
robe was disbanded, and he entered
the "Queen of the East," like the
maid who milked the cow with the
crumbled horn; . all, forlorn. Upon
his entrance into town,, and before
his ,attire. was renovated in any
marked degree, he skirmished
around among the different saloons,
receiving .a Bob-cutaneous applica
tion of much strong drink, and was
as happy' and eoatentedjas is. cus-,
ternary under Bach'halsiiful circum
stances, until' some of tke'fcoys con
ceived the unfortunate idea of josh
lag, him.' They criticised his rai
ment, scofled atrhis general appear
ance, and cast-reflections -upon 1 his
immediate i-desceht Lby- Laaaerting
that he was an example of, the.
theory of.evolutiori., .He bore it all
with stoical fortitude and christian
resignation -until one) of his
tormentors suggested . fight, and
then his eye twinkled and his
mouth twitched as if with pleasur
able anticipations, and he requested
an adjournment to the sidewalk.
The congregation adjourned. When
outside, this man, from Virginia
drooped his head, and iri quiet and.
subdued tones, but per taking strong
ly of. the ancient Jakey " intonation,
he spoke : ".Mister,, yer a strangei
to me, and I aint had no introduc-
Sn Kiit .ti.af Vitf win mm fn, lunlr-
er hard, yoa know,Vfor my
future happiness depehcLrupon it,"
and .he.received it just under the
ear; but it fazed him not, and with
out any apparentrtrubation he
again spoke, saying: "Mister, please
thump me, and thump me good,
for it's sorter blissful and makes
a fellow think -of old times
when "5" run a full roDo and car
ried thofox. tail; and. he 'got it the
second, time, witn tne same result as
at first. "Now," ebnfinned the
hard-hearted .citizen ; (,JIst gimme
one more and make it a lifter j" but
tho.strikor was weary and refused
to do the bidding,' whereupon the
solicitor softly remarked in a monot
onous sort of way 1 5'Well, if yer
wont I' guess I'll mash you," and he
did it, In a manner, too, that made
him revolve like a fly-wheel, and
when the reclplentlandedthe West
ern Weston was atop of him. They
were separated, but the gentleman
from Virginia hatfhot been"joshed"
to any great extent since Sunday
A Hog That Wrat to a' Funeral-
' A few days ago, 'says the Louis
ville Courier-Journal, while a fune
ral processson was coming up Ninth
street, on the way to Cave Hill Cem
etery, a hog, apparently about one
year of age, ran from the corner of
Ninth and Jeflbrson, and followed
after, the hearso. The "corpse was
that of a man'who died on Eigh
teenth stree LBut this fact has no con
nection with, the singular action of
the swine. After proceeding for some
distance between the hearse and the
first carriage, only uttering now
and then a friendly gruht,some per
sons attending the carriages tried to
drive the brute away, but instead of
running away he .only stuck tUo
closer to the wheels of the hearse,
and thus he followed, on to tho grave.
HerehesJrnshed out to one side
a.nd. watehed the proceedings until
the oofllu was lowered. Then he
gave a sudden spring and rushed
squealing up to the grave, in spite
of the efforts of the men to beat him
back, and had he not, been caught
by the hind legs and held fast, would
have jumped headlong .Into the
grave. The man who caught the
hog is a hack driver, who now has
possession of tho crazy creature, and
con lectures as. to tue probable cause
of this singular swinish feature.
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St. Louis, - Mo.
L.aveille, Warner & Co.,
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Slied in the greatest abundance, with all the
eliracies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentlre to the
wants of the eutsts of the hotel. There Is an
amprOYedeleTa-or leading from the fint floor
to the upper one. IUiTroad and steamboat
f fcket offices, mews stand- and western Anion
uiegrapn once in u afotanua 01 . hotel.
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Omra Umaha Daili Bee,
June 17, 1874. J
Omaha money market remains
unchanged. The relation of banks
and borrbw'ers stands as before,
with very little difference in the
amount of deposits.
Gold has advanced a little to-day,
under speculative manipulation in
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grants .$800.00
Xand Warrants, (160 acres)... 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip,
(160 acres) 185.00
State; County and City Warr3
mnfq w .95
A Call U3.
Gold buying, 110; selling, 1111
The general market presents
nearly the same features as Jyester
day; a small advance in lard oil be
in the' only noticeable change in
prices. The 'supply of produce is
limitedjand prices firm. 1
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CaretuUy Corrected Dally'
J. BROWN 4 bro., Cor. 14th
Douglas Streets, -j
N. Y. Mills
Peterboro.M. Suffolk L
PeppertU 8-4 - .-..
Farmers and Mechanics-.....- .
u. L BROWN ,'SHKETrNQS:
Albion, A ..w........ .....-
GrantTiile, E E -.
Oermanla, B B.. ....:.; ....
Langley .... . ........ ....
U. U a......
Amoskesg, a 0 :
Bearer Creek, B B
Otis, B "B
Otis, C c:
Uoasier YAKKEE NOTIONS-
kdrtz mohr & co., 231 Farubam
Clark's O. N. T
. 3 006 00
Stanley - .
.. 1 80
t3 2S6 50
L. 10 5S
r. jo 00
. 4 73a7 SO
' c'utum made .....'...
Brown drill ...........
' dock.. ....... .-
, 7 75s9 00
. 7 00a7 SO
8 0049 50
French' whalebone .--.'.
. $5 25a8 00
Linen printed -
" ruffled ...
J. J. Kosenfeld gives us tne
following quotations this day :
Butter, dull, 13 in tubs; Eggs
in demand 'at 12c per doz.; Live
Chickens at 3 00 per doz.; Stmwber-,
ries in demand at 30c per box ;
Gooseberries, 3 00 per bu.; Cherries,
30c per box; Oranges, 9 00, and
Leinsns, 14 00 per box.
JOBX T. EDOAK.
Horse shoe bar
Norway nail rod.
American casn, octagon and sqi
Luare-. 18 22
Jess p's English do do
Burden's horse shoes, per keg
do mule do do
Northwestern horse nails
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 par cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cant.
ISd to OOJ per keg
3d fine do
lOd inU'ng do . ...
M do do -.
6d do do
lOd easing do
. Sd do do.
Cd do do
Wrought, all aiaea
Carriage and tire.. .. discount
Narrow wrought, fast Jointdiscount
Cast, loose pin rsrersfble do
Hay and manure forks... discount
Hoes and gaiden rakes do
Strap and T - .discount
Taffs black discount'
Cos's immitaUon -.-. do
Coe's genuine-.. do
American Iron --.
do braafl-.. ... . .
H Holt's Ha-Teat KIng.per doa, net
Ukaasnioa 14 25
araiiza aao shotsu.
Rowland's No 2 black ahoTela, D U
do do polished do do
do do black spades do
Koore do polished do do -.
ji . do's "spring point" L H abOTels
I - AXES.-
Uypeacott's Western Crown x Jt-S,
f do do do bvTefed IS SO
Parka's No V iron box net 6 ss
do do 108 do . iti
do do25 Union lr.h 11 00
do 35 do Britanla IS OQ
mi 11 in rum iO .
... ., ' HAMMERS.
BeysWa, A E No 1, 1, 2
Mssssaends A E No 4 - ,
t- o do do4.
f - do EMlatar'a No 1-
do 'do do2.
3ii-?r V.I doS
doxa" do S.-...JL
I jsl 'mm i 'm.
im a - da, . . .
BuCaio S. aok D .
Hemlock SL sole No 1.
do do No 2-
do do dam-.
do pan sole good ,
J t. ulo dm
do UDoer ft-
do calf -.
Fch calf Jodota nr dx
Other brands diSerent wt, pr tt
Frtnck kip pr ,
Dry flint pr-
Jan, and FtbJpelU.
Powell Co., Soap monufacturera.
Sapo Publico, S 126 3-4; Savoa
Eepublic, da.XJhemical Olire 6 to
61-2; Palm, 6 5 1-4 ; Genoan Mot
lei 6l-46 1-2-ART
GOODS AND - UPHOLSTERER'S
.BeHJamia B. Jon, Decorative Up
holsterer and deakr.in fina'art goods,
270 Farnham Street, onushes the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 6c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 inch 12S0q 3 inch 18
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 510c 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
15S(Jc ' -
' Window shades.
Plain bands. 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2, 00
4 00; each t dditional foot, 75c per
Union ihd "all'wool terry, per yard
1 503 jO; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50aS 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,J
2 003 00. ,
MATTRAB8ES. '" ' ' "
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00t5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50.
Bublect to change of markat without aotlcev
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. R. track bet. Famham and Doug
aa. GEO A. HOAGLAND.- r
JoUls, studding and sills, 20 ft, and an-
Orer 20 f t, each addlUonal ft add'l...
Fencing No 1 . .-.. .
do No 2- ....
lstcommna boards , I
2nd do do
1 A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch
ij" ao ao ao ao
"C" do do do do
1st dear, 1, IK. IK aad 2 Inch
Sd do do do do
3d do do do do ..
Flooring, clear-. ..
do 1st eoinmon-. ....
do 2d do -...
do 3d do
do narrow, clear
1st clear celling Inch .
2d do do JJlnch
1st do do Inch..
Sd do do Inch.
1st clear siding.....
za ao ao
1st common siding-.
2d do do . -
"A" shingles - . .
Extra No 1 shingles... ..... ......
Common No 1 shingles .
Lath per 1000
D ft H pickets eer 100-.. .
Square do do do ....
O G Batten' per lineal f ..-.. .
Rough do ' do do ..
liberal discount on carload lota.
35 per centoffCbicsgo list. ,
26 per cent oS CI trago list.
SO per cent off list.
White lima per bbl
XontsrUls cement per bbl.,
:..; 3 00t3 25
.. 3 50(3 75
Plaster pans per bbl.
Plastering hair per bushel.
OILS. PALMS, GLASS, Ac.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
ROBERT O. STEELL.
Coal Oil S 1
Linseed Oil, rsw. 103
" " bl'd 1 10
Headlight OU . 28
lard Ull, No If t jst 0
1 ii 44 j 70
" " .winter an
44 "strsin'dj w
White Lead, St. Louis, SrtlcUrPure S 1IH
14 4i 41 Fancr Wands. 9M
PnHa In W.it Jm. fi2
41 44 n.ilb-
Tg LB nlmm? imlnn. V SO. ft...
TIN. SHEET'IKON. WISE, &
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th. &
10x14 IC, fair qnalitr
1UX14 ic, ness quxmj-
. 13 50
. IS 50
.-. 14 00
tuxia 1A. as ao
12x12 IC do do
12x12 IX do do
14x20 IC do do
14x20 IX do do
14x20 IXX do do
1(0 plate DC
100 plata DXX
Kooaag IC charcoal
x29 IC charcoal roofing-
20x2S IC eharcoal rooang
eU14 IX charcoal.
10x20 coke (for gutters)
do do do In half casks. 11H
do do do .In 850 B casks . 12
Sheet 14 to 85 Inches persheeU. -. 12J
Tinneresoldo. (extra reflned. ., , 25
do do No. 1 a
do do roofing -
hid malal ta2
First qnalitr, KombertlJ to 2.-. ...
ao ao a ; ..
do do do g
-do j do" do 17i
Ckmresxl, bwtls aidessssotho f v
' do" Ho 24., 1 ,'.,,T-
do do :
do do 27
Juniata, No. 24
- do. -do 24 - 1 ' '
do do 27.
do No. 1. stained.
Leas than full bundles, aaa one cess.
"A"AnsarieaaT losaailat'n Russia, all Noa.
Lass than- faU bondlos. wM one test.
. ., . .
No. 14 to 90
de 21 to 24
do ss to SB:
do 17 ,
Full bundles discount 15 percent.
Bzaaisn a to
ao i io ii jo
Sswtthlsx. 14 and U oa-
riialssmiT 14 aad UtlJ
Noa. 7, S aad t, Planished .
IS IS . .
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s- - GROCERIES.
STEELE A JOHNSOX 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARK 4 FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PUNDT, MEYERb RAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN 4 Gallagher, 205 Farn--.
WHITNEY, 3AUSERMAN A CO., 247
j. J. brown 4 bro., Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr tt-
rowaered ao .
Crushed do ,
Rat cut loaf do .
Standard A do .
Circle A do ,
'Extra O- do ,
Yellow C do .
N O choice do .
Rio choice pr lb..
' 'do prime do -
do good do -
. 23 a30
Common pr gallon .. 3545
Good do 60a63
Choice do ..-,.., ,. 'U4SD
do N O uoksses 60
M Wesk & Co.
Missouri Vrller. .
M. Wesk A Co
do sterling .. .
Black goods. Western-.
do do Virginia .
do' do .
California peaches per nound ..
do appliJ do ...
S.ate do' do .
New currants -. .
do prnnes-. ......... ,
... tr-i -10
S2 80a3 00
-4 50a5 75-
da raspberries.. . -
do raslns pr box.... .
'do aeedless rasles per pound
New In barrels. .
do dairy -.....-..
2 pound can My er's oysters per o
1 do da do do do '
'2 do do Wlllim's do do
2 do do peaches do do
3 "do do do do do
Tomatoes, 2 pound cans, per rase
do 8 do do de
Corn, Trophy, pr rate ,
-.Jl 25al 50
-. 2 50a2 75
4 004 25
-. 4 75a5 09
xao wiasiow. ao
do. Yansovth do
BtrawbstTiea, par esas
-Raavberriaa, ! do
XXXX Iowa CRT
Gunnies, hoary weight-.-.
do light do 1 ,
Burlaps, four buthel -..
Graln bags, Amoskeg A.
do do Ludlow a a..
Nutmegs, Penang best, per pound-.
Clorei do do
Alsplce 1 1
dnamonbark ao do -.
f T5 00
Partlgas. . .
La Etpanola .
Henry Clay .
Y Vlller .
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks . 2 SO
J. SCH00NMAKER & SON
PROPRIETORS OF TIIK
Manufacturers of Strictly Pure
Wkite Lead, Bed Litharge
Pnltj, Colors Drj and la Oil.
PURE VERDITER GREEN,
The stronRest and brightest green
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White Lead to be frre from impurities, and
wlU pay ISO in gold for erery ounce of adul
Mixtion found in this package.
ur73m J. SCUOONMAKER A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS :
Gold Medal or Progress, VlcBBa,
lint Presalaa Claelaaatti Iadas-
trial Fair, 1875.
First PresaiaHi Breoklya iadas
trial EipItloa, 1873.
For Samples or lafermatlon addreu the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland Pres't
JERSEY CITY. N J
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
The Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points In
NOSTHEBN IOWA ft MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains rla this route.
1. At TJ. P. Transfer with Union Pacific
Railroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Hulf with Kansas City, St.
Joe and Council Bluffs Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At illssourl Talley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway for Chicago and aU
LAt Skrax. Qty with Sioux City and St.
Paul, Illinois Central and Dakota tteutnern
.n.... Ktmmrm fAt ITnn.r If ImsoDrl Hirer.
.during narlgatlon, and with stages for all
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
raUrosd foe Omaha and Southern Nebraska,
6. At Fremont. Nebraska, with .the Union
Pacific railroad for all points west and the
hisuMiw . . , . rM,.n. -t .n
potats la Warthwu Nebraska.
saVTleketo for safe la Chicago acd Nortb
nlrn Siilw.T oMcea.
i 'sH-Be saiaToar tickets read tU S. a A P..
F. C HILLS, Gea. Ticket At't.
GEO. W. ORATTAN, '
: fafa7. ' Afat, Omaha.
111 a ssiassi m Haw OT
The Popular Route from
Chicago and the East !
Oxxl-y Dlroot Zt-oixto
- , rralrlc Da Chlea. Wlnooa,
St. Pnl, Dulsitn, Janeawille, Mno
hs, Ureeai a. Uadae, Mtren t
Folnt. WxtrrtotTii, Chafsah, '
Da Lae. MaullaeMS susd StIlSTauIsee.
It Buingtbe Shortest and FUst Comoleted Line
Constant improT.m ms hare taken place la
the wy of rlu'clug' Grade, and placing Iron
with Steel Raits,, adding to iu rolling stock
newaud Elegant (
DAT and LlcEPlN CARS
Equipped with the ' Westlnghouie Aic Braie".
and "ililler Platlorm," rsubllstilug comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses.oneringall
the comforts of traveling tee age can produce.
From U to 10 Fast Express Trains run each
way dallr orer the rarlous lines of this load,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certala connections in any ui
revtiou be may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux Cty, Yankton and poluta reached ria
Sloua City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSUALLforSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Dulutb, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, Charles Cityr Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuque, Dunellh, Prai
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicsgo, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque aad Minnesota railroads.
ATYULTON law Freeport, Racine atllwsu
kee and aUpatntaln WlaconaU.
AT CHICAOO with ail railway Unas laadlag
UtisSl wave to all tastar eaUaa rkt thia
naaaaai'ba nawaral, aad aay latarmtiaa ojs
Issail liiliiajssiriili HaUn, ea&, at the
Caauaay'a aBazlS Faraaaaa yfcsat.Oaiaaa,
mmtml Sha - 9. SL aL
sHT. atalVIaf awtsVtl,
riisaiTAsTt- . a. Baft.
J. M. LACaW, C- aUsT.
TUIwS aat, Immb, Osv'l.ar Oatala.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
18 74! '-'
The Kansas City, St. Joelandi
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
I J' w .
AND THE EAST. FEOM
OMAHA AND THE "WEST
NO CIIAMGE ( wan between Omaha and SL
Louis ana b it or e between OMAHA
anu AaW YORhU
This the Only lae running a
I'ULLTfA! SLEEPING OAK KAST
KHOM OMAHA, ON AHKIVAL
UP THE UMIO.V PACIFIC
WTaviensers tatlng othei routes lure a
disagreeable transfer at the Ulter Station.
PAVSKNCiKll T1IAIK8 DA1LT !
EASTEBN AND WE3TEBH 0ITIE8
With Less Cluugea and iu adruice of other
This Entire Line is equipped with,
Pullmau's Talace Sleeping Ca,
Palace Day Coaches and ChairCars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westingbouso
sTSee that your tickets read rla
KaaaiuClty, S . Jos-ph fc Council
17a Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and lirtiham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADBURY,
. F. BARNARD, A.' C. DAWES,
Gen'I SupL Gen'I Pass. Agt.,
SL Joseph. SL Joseph.
O TRAINS DAILYH
LEAVE ST. IA1UIS 1VITII
Pullman Palace Cars
JHBODQH WITHOUT OHAHQE '
Antral, of Txaias from the West
ONLY ONE CHANGE. TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
M. E. corner Voartls 4k. Clteataat sta.,
SI.Loaia, and at the Principal Kali
war OasWca las tke Wesl.
CHAS. RABCOCK, a E. RUSSELU
fflhern Pass. Ajr"!, West'n Pai: Ag'L
Daixas. Tixis. Kansas citt,
JOHN E. SIMPSON, C1IAS. E. FOLLETT,
Gen'I SupL, Gen'I Pass. Ag'L
a29U IsDiajraroLU. St. Louis.
Confectioners' Tool Works,.
Tlios. Mills dt Bro.,
Jaacalscs, MoasMs, lee Cea
Noa. 1301 & 1303 North' Eighth fit.
Proprietors: V Establurco 1SCL
Tsovas Mills, P- .a. -. i
Geo. M. Mills, fi-tATALOOUES SENT
ATLKP.pAjut.J j apoc ppUcaUos.'
Chicago, Kock Island
and Pacific B. R.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE f ROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Koines, Davenport and Rock Island,
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
rVisnsonocsic Patest Air Brinks and
JHllcr Patent Safety Piatlona and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains LeaTe Dallr,
tnnectlng as follows:
AT DES JIOINES with the Des Moines ValleT
Railroad, tor Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonii.
AT GK1NNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedar lipids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington. Cedar Rapids, Dubuque A St.
I-sul, At WILTON- JUNCflON with the
Soutft-WeJtern i-ranch, for Musi-aUne,
W..Mnlrrnn anil .11 nilnfjl SOUlh.
L AT. DAVE.NPOi:r wlththeUareniort A SL
Paul Railroad tor points nonn.
AT KOCtC IsLAND with the Western Union
Ki'lroad lor Freepott, Belolt, Kaein. MII
wautoe and all points lu northern I.linols
and Wiscvnsln.' . . .
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocktord, R.k
Is!and anl Sl Louts ILiilroad for St. Louis
snd points outh. , . ., .
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
Island Railroad lor Peoria and points t.
AT BUREAU JL'NC. with branch, forlien
ir, lirere, Chllllcothe and PeorU.
,AT LA SLII.LE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points noit hand south.
AT CHICAGO wlth.'ll 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
titket office of the company, 12s Farnham SL,
OiMCha. and also at tho principal ticket o dices
along the llneof tho U. 1. IL 14.
Ttagsns' Checked Tlirongh to all
lrluelpal Hastens Poiuta.
J. 1L LACEY,
Proprietor of Utt
N- ;.aixi 3";T".. i ,.j..
!;; si! i,?"- AO ..
ft: ' -yt 'i'- - iL ' ,
i .. '
Depot for tbe sale of bis
XfX. SELLER c& Co.,
Corner of Bafcry and Washington Sts.
ALM. J. LEOdAT.
NATU'L C. UUlWO.f. ,
WM. II. m?nsojj
J AS. O. BUTLKR
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Icggat, ITudson & Co.,
Manufacturers of erery araus f
FizLO Cut daering
Our Special Brands:
All Our Tobaccos Sirictif Warantcd.
OFFICE AND SALKSROOJft .
Cor. Second & Vine Streets,
St. Xao-uJLs XstXo.
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.R., should take the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for thcmwlTes the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Atchison to Chicago and St. Louis,
All making Eellahlc Connectlo'U and being
Equipped with Palace Day aad Bloeping Cart.
All d;!ay and Ineonrenlence arrlrlng from
Ferries std transfers can bo aToided West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets rla
ATCHISON anil thn ATCIIISUS A
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A 8. F. R. R. lor the
Great Arkansas Talley & Colorado,'
And with all lines running South to points In
Southern Kansas and tbe Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets tin
LINCOL & ATCHISON
chas. a smith,
W F. wniTE
Geu'l Pass. Ag'L
... IS THE
UNTIL If OU UAVKJMBV mmm
S WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASOK8
A ihr ther will do your work.
, Quick and Easv,
! Chea) and Clean.
aval They are leai tome,
.. Ther bake errnly and quickly,
am Their operation Is perfect.
They bare always a good draft,
-4j The j arc made of the bestauterla
ssV They roast perfectly,
ft s They require but Utile fuel,
a nay are rery low priceu.
They are easily managed,
Thar are suited to all localities.
flB Evary .tore guaranteed to giteiatiifastton.
mmt SOLD BV
Kl9lBior Man'fg Co.,
ST. L0UI8, MO.,
Or SaffajNCoatet, Coaeaatratad,
Heal sb1 Herail Jike, Aall.
BllloaaGraauIca. THE E.ITTIJB
oiaST" CATUAJrTIC r MHltmaa
lu Farro Payalc
Tho sorelty of modem VcdlCti. Chnaleal aad
pharmaceutical Science. No use of any longer
taking tbo large, rcpulslvo and naaaeous pill,
composed of cheap, crude, and bnlky tngredienta.
when wo can by a careful application oi chemical
science, eitracr all the cathartic and other mcU
tinal properties from tho most valuabio roots anj
hcrhaaaroncrntrato ihera into a minute Gran.
me. aearcelr larger than tV ataatarel
ccI. that can oe readily swallowed by those oi
tbe mostsensltiTO etomachs and fastidious tastea.
EachlitUePuricatlvo follot represents, in a
most concentrated form, as much cathartic powet
aa U embodied in any of tho largo plua found for
silo in the dress hops. From thslr wonderful ca
thartic power, in proportion to thelt lie.peonM
who have not tried them are apt to inpposo that
they are harsa or dratlc la effect, hot inch la not
at all tho cae, the different acttra aediclnal prin
ciples or which they are, composed being ao bar.
monlzea and modlaed. ono by th others, aa tt
nrojuco a moat aearrhlaa nd lior
$500 Howard is fceraoy offered by tba pro.
prictor of iheso Pellets, to any chemist who,
upon analysis, vlll find in them an Calomel or
other forma of mercury ot any other mlral.
caro I .-enulrcd whilo uaing them. They ope
rato without dlsturbanco to tho constltstlon, diet,
or occupation. ForJanudlce,Beadaee,
Conatlpatlou, leapare Mlood, ralu
lu tho Shoulder, Tlgsftaeaa of .
Caesf, Dlzzlueaa, Soar EracUtleaa
of tho Stomach, Ba uato ft.
uioata, Billoua attack, Pal a la
rcRlou of Kldueya,IiiterBI Fever,
moated feoliiiR- about stomach,
Rush of Blood to Head. Illata Col
ored Urine, I)iiaoclaV'r
Oloomy Forcbodlaaa, tako r
Vlerce'a Plcaaaut Pursjatlvo Pelleta.
In explanation of tho remedial power of my Iur-
fitlve Pcllctaovereo prcat a variety of dlseaaesv
wish to say that their action aapu tao
animal cconoaiy laualveraal, aota
Klaud or tlaaao cacaplaa"aelr saas.
tle Intprcna. Aco dpea not Impair themt
their fusarcoatlnrfand being enclosed to giaia
b-ttlcs rcervo their lrtnca unimpaired foranr
lic-th ortlmo. in any climate, eo that they are al
ways fresh and reliable, which U not tha cajo
with the nibs found in tho drag stores, pnt np la
cheap wood or paste-boanl boxes. Recollect that
fira'.i disoascs where a Laxative, Altera
tire or Puraiatlvo Is indicated, tbeaa l.ttlo
lVHiU will ciCe tho most perfect aUafcUoa tr
Ther nro sold by all eaterarlalBC
Drugglata at 25 coiita a bottle.
Do not allow any drngslst to Induce joa to
take anything el that ho may a la Jusi aa
rood as my I'cllcto becauw ho mates a Urge
crollt on that whih ho recommends. If your
dru-Mst cannot iripply them, enclose 33 csnta
aaiftcccive tbem ny n-tnru mall from i
-t. BUFTAXO, N . X.
ASK FOR PYLE'S
EST HO TTflllB
Sold by Pundt, lleyer A Raapkeand Whltnay,
Rauserman A Co.
East India. Good,
313 and 313 FROST BTKEJCT
Sau Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Columbus, - 2Tb.
Government Lands Located !
IT. P. Lands Sold!
Impr-ored Farms aa4Teiraeta for
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