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THE MASSACRE IN CHINA.
The Kecent Dreadful Slaughter
of Chinese Christians Ten
The French periodical. Missions
Catholiques, gives the first authen
tic and detailed narrative of the re
cent massacre of Roman Catholic
native converts in China. The ac
count as translated for the Bondou
Tablet, relates that the massacre
broke out on the 25th of J ebruar-,
when the "literates" as the persecu
ting party is callfed, opened the cam
paign by beheading two men in the
service of Pere Doare, and a Chns
tion, whom they then threw into
river. The same day they burned
the three villages of Trun-Lam,
Jsio-Viuue and Bau-Tach, and mas
sacred the inhabitants that were in
them. Those who escaped to the
woods were hunted down with
hounds, brought back and killed the
following day. The river was cov
ered over with bodies floating down
it from the side of Lareg. At that
time the murderers were massacre
ing the Christians of the parish of
Hoi veil, and were burning their vil
lages. Tho who took refuge in the
clifls of the neighborhood, were
hunted down aud burned ali'e. The
Grand Mandarian of Justice was at
the market of Sa-Xam with 800 sol
diers, but lemained an inactive
spectator of the massacre
of the Christians of Nam-Duong,
only a few of whom were able to es
cape. The literates,
who were the heads of the militia
appointed to massacre the Chris
tians, say that the work of extermi
nation carried out under
the eyes of the Mandarins,
was concerted between the court
and the literates, and was done in
reprisal for recent events. The
mandarins have just received orders
from the Court not to employ any
other means save those of persua
sion to stop the murderers in their
career. One of the chiefs who had
just unused two Christians to be mur
dered on the highroad, went on the
parade before the Governor of the
citadel, by whom he was dismissed
with honor. On his return twenty
women aud children fell under the
sword of this man and his follow
ers. He had just come from oiler,
jug sacrjfico to tho Goddess of Pros
titution, to whom a famous temple
that stands near the road is dedi
cated. In several localities they take an
entire famly father, mother and
children bound together with
bamboos, aud then fling the bundle
of living humanity into the waves.
First, however, they take care to
cut oft the man's head. The mul
titude of dead bodies thus fastened
together n groups gf from eight to
ten blouk up the principal river, but
to tho great surprise of everybody
tlocs not send forth any bad smell.
There are, then, live parishes con
taining nearly 10,000 Christians,
which have to be blotted out of the
mission namely, Lang-Thank
Huyen, Nam-Duong, Hoy-Yen and
Doreg-Thank. Many of the vic
tims died in the midst of the names.
A village of more than 400 Chris
tians was attacked by the literates,
and soon became a prey to tho
flames. Among these 400 Chris
tians tlioro wore 120, moru or Jovt,
who succeeded In saving them
sel es by taking refuge In a large
village near by. The remainder
about 300 were nearly all massa
cred. Two small villages of Christians,
situated two hours' walk from tho
place at whieli I then va, were
hemmed in by the pagans. The
Mayor visited each house, numbered
the Christians and forbade them,
under threat or most severe punish
ment, to go out of door". A few of
the Christian women attempted to
go to the market, to keep them
selves from starving. Tluy never
returned. Some pagan women that
went with them say that the Christ
ian women were captured and be
headed Two men from one of
these same villages hazarded a flight
during the night. They crossed the
liver by swimming, and came to
me to tell their misfortunes. "Alas!"
writes Archbishop Gautier, from
whose letter this information is
chiefly derived, "I could do noth
ing but ween for thpiu, being unajilo
to do anything to suooor them. Two
or three days afterward I learned
that all the men in that village had
had their heads cut off; but the
women and children were spared.
Andi a-s their houses were inter
mingled with thoso of tho pagans,
It was forbidden to burn them
A Great Hammer.
The London Telegraph says of the
visit of the Czar and his suite "to
"The party made their longest
halt in the factory where the Xas
myth hammer, the largest in tho
world fitted with top steam is
worked. Adding to the forty tons
dead fulling weight of the hammer,
the llfty-one tons added by a full
pressure of steam above, a blow
equivelont to weight of ninety-one
tons can be given by it with as much
control as a child may exercise over
his toy mallet. The Imperial party
occupied a specially-erected plat
form to witness the welding of the
trunnion coil of a SS-ton gun. The
Czarowitch last year witnessed a
similar process with the trunnion
coil of a 35-ton gun. The massive
door of the furnace was raised and in
a fire terrible from the fierceness of
its golden glow stood the white-hot
coil a cylinder weighing twenty
three tons and a half. This trun
nion coil consists of two thicknesses
of bar iron, coiled upon the other,
and the work of the steam hammer
was to weld them into a homogene
ous cylindrical mass. The powerful
crane was set in motion, and tho
swarthy smiths spring sprung to
the beautifully adjusted machinery
by which the fiery mass was seized
by giant tongs, swung glowing and
hissing out of the fire, and placed on
the hammer. Blasts of hot air
rushed across toward tho spectators,
but the vast size of the building
rendered eye protectors unnecessary.
The coil, it is needless to saj',
was welded effectually the very
floor, although its foundations are on
a rock, vibrating with tho tremen
dous blows. The force wielded by
but a dozen men at the lever of tho
crane was astounding, yet the ham
mer was subject to a steam power
more formidable than itself. In or
der to see the next process the visi
tors passed hurriedly through the
heavy turnery and sighting-room,
where they might have seen thick
slabs of metal peeled off" the partis
built guns, as apples are peeled by a
dessert kiilfe. The party, without
bestowing more that a passing
glance at the great guns on the lathes
went into the open air "to witness
the shrinking on the breach coll
of a 35-ton gun. Lving side b3
side, smiling in their new pol
ish, lay a remarkable collection of
guns ready for use. The largest
cannon was the famous 3S-ton gun,
the largest yet completed, The
Woolwich Infants, 35-tons, were an
interesting family of four; of twenty-five
tons there were twenty-five,
and twenty-Ight of elgbteentona.
After these frightful engines of de
ftruction no one troubled himself
much with the smaller cannon,
whose name was legion.
An apostate, Captain Cadman,
Is a man who asserts that he has
seen the error of his ways, and has
accordingly renounced the Mormon
faith. Sometimes you will find
him sincere, sometimes not. Among
'the apostates polygamy is of course
supposed to be at once discarded,
and so when I rode up to my
friend Simmon's door, I anticipated
the welcome of a quiet little Gentile
Christian family. What was my
surprise, then, at beholding n per
fect bee-hive ! I was first introduced
to Mrs. S. Xo. 1, and then to Mrs.
S. Xo. 3, the intermediate lady hav
ing been lost to the family a year or
two since. Then there were a num
ber of boys and girls approaching
the innumerable. Mr. S., who
takes count of them occasionally,
said the last census gave eleven boys
and twelve girls. "Good gracious!
Simons!" I exclaimed, "I thought
you had been an apostate for sixteen
years. Whose little four year old is
this?-' "Why he's mine, of course,"
he replied, "and that's his mother,"
pointing to a,comely, smiling young
woman who stood leaning affec
tionately on the shoulder of the
elder Mrs. S. "You see how it was,"
continued the head of the family ;
"when I apostatized .1 had three
wives What was I going to do ?
Were we going to turn two of 'eln
adrift on the cold charity of the
world? Could we do that my dear?"
The elder Mrs. S., who was thus ap
pealed to, said, "Certainly not," and
the younger Mrs. S. just had the
merriest twinkle in her eye, and
they all laughed, and I laughed,
too. Well, as Mr. Simmons was
contented, and the two Mrs. S.
were contented, and the twenty
three children were contented, I
did not think their little family ar
rangement was any business of
mine. Simmons did not say so, but
his circumstances and surroundings
clearly evinced that, so far from
considering tralygamy as the dam
ning spot In his former religion, he
considered it the only piece of whole
cloth worth saving. Exchange.
A Baffled Barber.
A traveling friend of the Observer
was at Kochoster the other day, and
ho dropped into a barber-shop near
tho Osburn House to get shaved.
After he had been deprived of the
useless hairs upon his face, and a
portion of his skin, by a. garrulous
and clumsy krilght of the razor, the
tonsorial artist tossed the ends of
his hair lightly, and the following
dialogue ensued :
"Have a cut?" Victim Xo, it
was cut last week, and I 'm in a
hurry. Arti-t, (looking at the
clock) J'You Jiavo plenty of time
before tho train goes East." Vic
tim "I'm not going East "Oh,
then you are in no hurry." "Had
your dinner?" Victim (rather
gruffly) "Yes!" Barber (still toy
ing with our friends waving locks)
"Which way nro you going?"
Victim "Well if I ever get out of
this shop!" Barbor "How far?"
Victim "Buffalo!" Barber Oh,
ho! Buffalo, eh? You can't get your
hair cut decently In Buffalo. There
is only one good barber thero and
he's drunk half thu time
Shall I cut it? The train don't
leave for half an hour ! " Victim
(thoroughly enraged) " Look here,
you wooden-headed numskull, and
listen. I don't want my hair cut!
I don't want a plinropoo J I don't
want lonlo j I don't want bay rum!
t don't want any mora of your
tongue, Information or Impudence !
I do want you to finish thlajob, and
if you don't close your infernal lather-box
and let me out of this chair
I'll saw your thick head off" with
one of your dull nutmeg-grating ra
zors! Do you understand that?"
the astonished nuisance compre
hended. Ut'mt Obbcrvcr.
THE COMING STRUGGLE.
Tho voters of our nation,
e s. ne r wai known lwfore,
Are rising from Pacific' strand
To Atlantic's rocKy shore.
Why is th'S might v change?
hat on the meaning Le ?
The rising of the mas'ei
From northern lake to southern nea.
The spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' erases
Forbids a nation drenched ia patriots' blood,
Should sink to tliat of slaves ;
The inotta which our cuius once bore,
' Though obsolete long aince,
Remain as ever true: not one cent for tribute,
Hot millions for defense.
Pa- tr ties and party lws
Are but as ro ct ot sau 1.
The right of m in to b a ma u
Should govern Freedom's Un1.
Thei sluU our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea,
And li'llons yet unborn shall gladly greet
The emblem of tbe free.
In trade we'll try to deal.
As man should deal with mm.
And wh le we seek t live ourc.vcs,
We'll sell as cheap as any body can,
And if al.at i.u need.
Or fricn 1 you chance t- meet,
Remember Huuce, the Hotter,
On Upper Doughs street.
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Ware, and dealer in
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Money and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Bee,
June 20, 1874.
There is no material change hi
the situation of monetary matters,
and little doing to-day,owing to the
unfavorable weather, but the week
has been satisfactory to both mer
chants and bankers. "While Chica
go and SL Louis are making faces
at, and calling each other dead so
far as business is concerned, Omaha
is quietly enjoying the best season
of real commercial prosperity in its
. THE FIBST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grants SS00.00
Land "Warrants, (160 acres)... 183.00
Agricultural College Scrip,
(1C0 acres) 1S5.00
State, County and City "War
Gold buying, 110J; selling, 111
There is nothing new worthy of
notice in the city or country trade.
Prices are unchanged and to-day
closes a very successful week. Com
petition with Omaha for the trade
of Nebraska and the west becomes
weaker and less decided every day.
Carefully Corrected Daily
brown 4 bko., Cor. 14th and
American . .. ........
Amoskeag ......... ....M.. .
Merrimack 1 ...........
Itlchruond................. ............ .....
Slmpson's....... . ...........
Bout 0............ .
Cabot 4-1 .....
Lonvlale...... .................. ...............
N. V. Ml.U
do 10-1 ..............
Fanners and Mecuanlca......
Great Western.. ..........
Grantville, E E ........-
Germania, B II ... ... ...
Langley. .... ....... .
American....... . ....... . ....
Amoskeag .. ..........
Lancaster........... .. ... ..
Amoskesg, a c a....
Beaver Creek, B B
Otis, B II
Otis, C C
kurxz moiik & co., U31 Farnham
Clark's O. N. T
Merrick's... ...... ...
DomMtlc..... ..... .........
-S sr2 oo
3 00(3(3 00
,.- 92 2oQC 50
4 75a7 50
lKiruestic.... ...... .....
White common .
'" cuftom made...
rercaie.... . ....,
.. SG 50a7 25
.. 7 75a9 00
7 00a7 50
. 8 00a9 50
..8 00a9 50
$5 25 aS 00
J 9 00
... 15 00
French whalebone ....,....
Ojr own. ...........
Linen printed ....
" ruffled.. .......
" fluted ....
J. U. KOSENFELD gives US
following quotations this day :
Butter, dull, 13 in tubs; Eggs
in demand at 12Jc per doz.; Live
Chickens at 3 00 per doz.; Strawber
ries in domand at 30c per box ;
Gooseberries, 3 00 per bu.; Cherries,
30c per box; Oranges, 9 00, and
Lemens, 14 00 per box.
JOHX T. EDOAR.
Horse shoe br...
Norway nail rod..
Gerinon...,. ..... . ..
American casn. octazon and souarc 1WJ
Jess p'a Engllih do do . 230 40
Burden's horse shoes, per keg.. 7 25
do mule do do ...... 8 23
Horthwestern horse nails . 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per cent.
Stor hail patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd to COd per keg 4 43
8d do 4 65
fd do 4 9U
4d do 5 15
M do .... 5 90
3d fine do 7 40
lOd flnls'ng do 5 15
8d do do 5 40
Gd do do . 5 C5
lOd casing do ..... . 5 15
M do do ... 5 40
0d do do ....'.. 5 Co
Wrought, ail sizes 5 15
Carriage and tire...discount 70 pr c
Narrow wrought, fast JoIntdlscount 20 pr c
Cast, loose pin reTersible do 35 do
Hay and manure fork......dsconnt 30 pre
Hoes and gai den rakes do 25 do
Strap and T discount 25 pre
Tail's black discount 15 pr c
Coe's Immitationn do 45 do
Coe'a genuine. do 20 do
. 45 pre
. 40 pre
H Holt's HTest Klng.per doz, net 14 25
Champion . 12 00
Healda Eureka jo 00
do red 9 00
SPADES mo SHOV-LS.
Rowland's No 2 black shOTeU, D H 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spades do 12 00
Moore do polished do do 13 04
do'a "spring point" L II shoTels 13 50
Llppencott's Western Crown . 13 00
do do do bTefed 13 50
Parke's No 3, iron box net 5 55
do do 103 do . 5 75
do do2srfnlnn Inh , Jj oq
OO do 35 do BrltanU , jj 00
HanrraTe.SmithA Co., discount
'American File Co do
Haydole's. A E No 1, 1$, 2
Hammond's A E No
- do do do
do Knjinter's No 1..
do do do 2
i do do 3
Morris' ahinf ling, No 1
do do do 2.
do 'do do 3
dc ejiw .do 1.
do 0tcd 2.,
Buffato S. sole () P .
Hemlock SL tole No 1.
do do No 2
do do dam
do span sole good ..
do do dam
do harness ..........
do kip .... .
do uprr 3 ft ......
Oak sole V H...
do calf ..
F'chcaif Jodots pr dz......
Other brands diflerent wt, pr tb
Freuch kip pr Xt . .......... ......
Bark linings ..... ..
Dry flint pr B .-. .......
Dry salted .....
Green sailed.-. ................. ......
Jan. and Feb, vlls.......
. 1 44
Water lime ,. ...
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico, G 1-2G 3-4; "Savon
Republic, do., Chemical OliTe, G to
6 1-2; Palm, 55 1-4 ; German Mot
led, C l-4aG 1-2.
ABT GOODS AND UPHOLSTEKER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furniahe?. 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 additional foot, 75c per
Union tnd all wool terry, per yard
1 503 A); Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50aS 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Hubt, 4-4xG-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Eubiect to change of market without cotice.
"VM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. It. R. track lct. Farnham and Doug
as. GEO A. IIOAGLAND.
Jois's, studding and sills, 20 ft, and
der . . .
Over 20ft, each additional ft add'l.
Fencing No 1. .
do Ko 2 . .
1st common boards.... ,'...
2nd do do ...... ....
"A" stoik loards, 10 aud 12 inch
"B" do do do do .
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, lf, 1M and 2 iu.h
2d do do do do .... ...
3d do do do do ...
Flooring, clear.. .......
do 1st commou... .. ...
do 2d do . .
do 3d do ..
do narrow, clfar.......,
1-atlear ceiling li imli .
2d do do ; iutii ............
1st do do liidi .
2d do do iuth .
1st clear siding . . .... .
2d do do ..... ...
1st common siding....
24 do do- ............ ...
Extra No 1 thinles ...
CoimuuH No 1 sh ngles. ....... ..........
DA 11 pickets etr 10U
Square do do do ..........
O G Iiatten per lineal fi
.... 43 00
M.. 4 KB
. 2 00
uouKli uo uo uo
Literal di-count on carload lots.
33 per cent off Chicago INt.
25 per cent off CI tcago list.
White lime perbbl .! 732 00
Lonisrille cemeut perbbl . . 3 (MliS 23
Plaster parls ikt bbl 3 50Q3 73
Plastering hair ir buhI . 4a
Tarred felt 4
Mastering .board ...... . iyt
OILS. PAIXT'J, GLASS, &c.
N. I. D.KOLOMON.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil $ 19 Lara ml, No IS 9x-l 00
Unseed Oil, raw. 105 " " " 2 70
" " bl'd. 1 10 " " wlntcrl ,.,
Turpentine 5 " "strain'd; M
Headlight Oil.., 28 Lubricating)
V. Va. f "s
While Lead, St. Louis, Srtictly Pure S UK
" ' ' " Fancy BraLdi..
Putty In Bladders
Enameld Glass, colors, sq. ft.
Flat Glass, 0 1 c discount
T1X.SIIEET-IK0X. WIRE, &C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x11 IC, fair quslitr...-
10x14 Ic, liest quality ..
I"xl4 IX do do
12x12 IC do do ...
12x12 IX do do
lli-JO IC do do ....-
14x20 IX do do ,.
14x20 IXX do do
... IC 50
. 17 00
... 15 50
. 20 .7)
... 23 SO
... 14 00
. 17 00
.. 15 00
... 16 00
. 27 50
... 23 00
... 21 00
14x20 IXXX do
K0 plate DC
100 Plate DX,
100 plate DXX
100 plate DXXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Roofing IX do
20x24 IC charcoal roofing.,
20x23 IC charcoal roocng ,
ex!4 IX charcoal
10x20 coke (for gutters).,
Small pigs .....-..........
Bar tin ..... ....
Sheet tin 25 to 3C in .
do do do ir. half casks ..
do do do in 250 0) casks.
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet
Tinners solder (extra reOned ........
do do No. I- ...
do do roofing .......
Lid metal ..
First qualify, Numbers IS to 21 ..
do do do t5 ..
do do do 2C ...........
do do do 27...........
Charcoal, both sides smothc
do No 21 -...,.
do do :6 ...
do do 27 ............. .......
Juniata, No. 24-.....
do do 26 - ...
do do 27. . ,..
Russia rerf at t 7 to 12......
do No. 1, stained... .....
Leas than I uU bundles, add one cent.
"A"Amerlcan immitat'n Russia, all Nos.
Leas than full bundles, add one tent.
No. 14 to 20 .
do SI tn'M
do 25 to 25
FuU bundles dbcount 15 per cent.
Braziers E to
do 10 to
do 12Uto loom.
, Hand 16 oz..
Planished. It and IS oz.
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, Punished
Bolt copper , ,
Copper bottom.. '
Nos. 0 to 6 8,3 9
Nos. 15,16 17 13.
Per luadle 15 per wnt dbcoun
STEELE S: JOHNSON 53S-540 14ril ST.
CLARK & FRENCn CjR. FARNHAM AND
111 II ST.
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE, 212 FARX
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN i GALLAGHER, 205 Ftini-
WHITNEY, HAUSERM.YX & Co., 247
j. J. brown i bro., Cor. 14th aud
Granulated pi lb.
Hat cut loaf do
Standard A do
Circle A do
Yellow C dj
N O choice do
Rio choice pr a
do iirime do ......
do rood do
Common pr gallon
tioud do ........,
do " O moLscs....
Rangoon clioi e........
M Wesk A Co..
Kirk's Savon.- . .
M. Wesk A Co
Kirk's standard ........
Black goels, Wrttru . .
do do Virginia .
do do Lonrlard's
Britht do clo do
do do Virginia .
Calilornla poihcs (ier ujuud
do appKis ilo
S.ate do do ..
New currants ........ ....
do German cherries-
do rasuburries ...........
do raMiis lr lx)x....... .........
do seedless rasics ier pound. .
New in bane's -
do dairy ..............
.S2 S0a:s 00
4 5hl3 73
2poundcanMer'sojsU'riptTo-e...Sl 23at 50
1 do d ) do do do 2 50a2 73
2 do do Will mi's do do . 4 UKal 2"
2 do do peach di do . i 7.1 09
3 do do d do do C 7.1i7 CO
Tomatoes, 2 pound can-, jtr 'ae 3 50o3 75
do 3 do l- do 5 00
Corn, Trophy, nr ca.-c .. 5 50
do Wiuslow do 5 7J CO
do Yarmouth do ..... 1 09
Strawbcrriee, per cate Jl... ... V&l it
R.ispU.rrit, do do - 1 38
Pinoapyl , l-3 is .....- iff
Oolongi per psob4.- . iJiiTl
Young llytra, -pv yjL.... K e
Uunpowuer, io is ..J, fevi iff
Bdow FUke, Vrttils k ;oJa...
Go d Dud ..
XXXX Iowa at)- ..-.- -
California . - ..
Gunnies, heavy veight ..
do light du -.
Burlaps, four buihel ....
Dundee gunnies .. . .
Grain bans, Amoake A ..............
do do Lud ow a a... .-..
Nutmegs, Penarig best, lcr pounds
Clove oo do
Atspice do do
Ciuaiuufi bark do dj ..
V m. s ?3 oo
II. Upman ...
Grand tcntral. .
La Roquet ...
Mm.iu I'ure .
Pan igas ... . .
Triple Crown .,
C.VLIIOITN MILKS FLOCK.
"Wholesale depot olS MUi Street.
Half barrel sacks .. ... 2 10
J. SCHOONAKER & SON
rnontiETOis or the
Manufacturers of Strictly Pure
While Load, Kui LHltarsp
I'lillj, Colore I).-y anil in Oil.
PURS YSRDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
tVa guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
Wbltc lea' to 1 fr-e from impurities, and
will pay S0 in gold f.ir every ojnee of adul
3ia.ion found in tM pirkue.
Binr73m J. .CIIOONMAKKf: A EON
The following Treniiums hare hesn
Dixon's American Graphic
OP. LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Medal of rro;re., Vienna,
First Premium Ciiisinaatti IiiiIik
First I'rcmiuni IlrooMji. fnilus
trial Lxiiositiou, 1S7S.
For Samples or information addrjss tbc
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
ni72m JERSEY CITY, X J
Sioux City & Pacific R. R,
Tlie Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points in
XORTHERX IOWA & 3HXXES0TA.
PULUIAX PALACE SLECPfNG CAP
On all night train? ria this route.
-iiMT- , ,. WA
coFrEi. MMtntt: i --
..-................... .5 i3'i .
-....M... ... 51jU-) :
1. At U. P. Transfec. fUU Union TatiSc
Fallroad for Omaha
2. At Council BlufT. with Kansas City, t.
Joe and Council f.lulTi Iialiroud for St. Louts
and all points south
3. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway for Chicago and ail
4. At Sioux City with Sioux City and Ft.
Paul, Illinois Central and DaVoti :yuthcrn
railroaJs. Steamers for Cpper Missouri Hirer,
during nivit'on, and with stages for all
points fn the Northwest.
5. At Liair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Utnahi and Southern Nebraska.
C. At Fremont. Nebrasta, with th L'r.Inn
Pacific railroad for all joints west and the
7. At Wlaner with stsss for Norfolk and all
points In Northern Nebraska.
CSTTieteU for sale in Ch'tigo aid North
western P.iilway offices.
esrite sure yoar tickets real t S. C. A P.
L. BbT.NLTT, Sup't.
F. C HILLS, Gen. Ticket Ait't.
GEO. Y,: GILVTTAN,
je3jm". Agent, Omala.
MR. JOHN RATH
IS AGENT FOR
iojio' Wlrmff'n tT'. 7" S;x
J. J. BROWN & BBO.?
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
53S and 50 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCESOia TO CREIGHTOX AND MORGAN
Xo. 205 Farnham Street
WHIINEY, BAUSERKAW & CO.
-To. 27 Douglas Street,
oj:a.h:a., - - zktiedib
n h;7 I
AH.TS TOR TIIK
AND DEALERS IX
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
j-' 1 ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY FILLED.
A. . S Z jl P S O T,
-M.INCFACTURER AND WHOLf-SALK
LESL m ISAlS.
532 J?1ZJ:T3TrZ1E: ST.,
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas' City, St. Joeland
Council Bluffs R. R
lstheonly diro line to
.a z: . o tr : a
AND THE EAST, I'ltOM
OLIiHA-AKD THE WEST
NO Clf AG . ii- ltwccn Omim and fct.
Louis sua b ttot c betwet p OMAUA
ani 1m:V YOUK.
Thu th Only Ine running a
'UM.iiAN sLci:pi.vt: caii kast
Ki:u.U O AHA, O.V AltKIVAL,
Ob' TIIE UNION PACIFIC
n3"P.n?en;ers taking othn routes narc a
disagreeable transfer at tne Hirer Station.
PAMSEXCKIl TKAIS DAILY I
EA3TEBU AND WESTERS CITIES
With l.css Changes and ia ndnnce of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Fullman'd Palace Sleeping Cais,
Palace Day Coaches and ChairCars,
Jlillcr'a Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Wcatinghoiwe
CITSec that your tickets nail via
Kansas City, . . o-4"j:i & Council
Via Omaha ami Sl Louis.
Tickets fora!e t cor. Tenth and Farnhata
streeU, and U. P. DciKit, Oaiaha.
OLO. U EnADnOP.Y,
A. C. DA WIS,
(ien'I Pj-s. A(!t.,
Confectioners' Tool Works,
T2i-3. S.ills cS: 3ro.,
SI loiixdi, I:c Cei
Nos. 1C01 & 1S03 North Eighth St.
oprieters : "I Estji
rnous Mili., I
TLCKP.IAIUtEj J up
Nl CATTLE BtlOEIl,
ALT L.VKE OTY, - - UTAH
K.ATH & A2TS-IT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN AIL KINDS OF
AND DEALERS IN
Pipos, Tobaccos, Etc.
Th attention of dealers is ca'.Iod to the fact that we
are prepared to LUEL our geods wi.h their NAM
as manufacttutd expn.-v.Iy for them.
May 27 d lui.
DUro.NT l'OWDER co.
Cliieago, Hock Island
and Pacific B. R.
THE CP.AMD CENTRAL r.OUTE FROM
OMAUl TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Pes Moines, Davenport and Rock Island.
All P.ijcngcr Trains arc equipped with the
U'UTiNGtioisK Patent Air P.uikls and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily,
rmnccting as follows:
AT DES MOINES with tho Des Mulne Valley
Itaiiroad, tor Oakalooii, Otluuiwa, Keokuk
aud St. LonU.
AT tSlUNNKI.L with the Central Pilroadof
Iowa, fur all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIUEKTV with tho Purliugton,
Colar ltapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cetlar lipid9, Dnbuouo A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCflON with the
Nuitli-Western trnr.ch, for Muscatine,
VT ishlcgton and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the L'aicuport A St.
Paul Itailroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for 1'rerport, Iieloit, Raiine, 1111
wauke aud all points in northern Illinois
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Roctlord, Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points outh.
AT ROCK ISLAND with tie Peoria A Rock
Island Railroad for Peoria ant points eait.
AT UUKBAU JL'NC.. with brar.ih. for licn
ry, Larere, Chillieoths and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road feir oInts noit hand south.
AT CHICAGO ith "11 lints East, North and
TIIROUOU TICKETS to ail Eistcrn cities,
Tia this line, can be procured, ami any infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket ol3ce of thceoinpany, 12s Farnham SL,
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. U.
Ilnfr.i20 Clieckcsl Tlironsli to all
l'rliicljul Knatern Po.ntH.
A. M. SMITir,
Uea'I Pass'r Ag't.
J. 11. LACEY,
aU X) oi
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on O. P.R.R., should tale the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure Tor themselves the choice of Six
Popular Routes Iron
Atcliiso:t to Chicago anil St. Louis,
All niakin; Reliable Connections and Uin;
Eqsippcd with Palacs Daj ani Sleeping Can.
All dilay and lnconrenlencc arrWIn from
Ferries acd trausfers can U iroilol West of
CtiiogoandSt. Louis by securing Ticket! Tia
ATCHISON iukI th ATCIUS'N
Direct ami Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. 4 S. F. R. II. for the
Great Arkansas Vallej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points in
Southern Karnns and tho Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tia
UNCOI, & ATCHISON
W. F. WHITE
Uea'I Puss. A g'L
S WE HAVE TWELVE OOOD REASONS
i why ther will do Tour work.
Quick and Easv,
Chea-i and Clean.
They are che pet to buy.
They are ll to use.
Ther bake errnly and quickly,
Their operation is perfect.
They hare always a good draft.
They are made or the bestutaterial
They roast perfrctlr,
They reiulre but Utile fuel,
Tbey are Terr low priced.
They ars easily managed,
Tbey are suited to alllocalities.
QCI t-TT storeguaranteedtoglTesatUtactton
Kl4sior '-MaiiTg- Co.,
Or Sasar-Coalcd, Concentrated,
Root and Herbal Juice, Anti
union Granules. TUE"LITTLK
GIANT CAXILIRTIC. or 9Iultat
la Parvo Physic.
Tho novelty of modem Sredlcai. Chemical and
Pharmaceutical Science No use of any longer
tailnj; thu large, rcpuSlvo and nataseous pills,
composed cf cheap, crude, and bnlky ingredients,
tvhcu we can by a careful application of chemical
reience. extrarr all tho cathartic and other mull,
rinal properties from the most valuable root ana
hcruj,anaco!ircBtnito thcia Into a minato Urac
mo. acarely larger than n niuntaril
ccj, that can te readily swallowed by those oi
the mo-tensliTO rtiininchs End fastidious tastes.
Esctiliulo PurKfillvo Pf Wot repreenti, la st
m.xtconcentrateit form, as tuned cathartic power
as is embodied in any of tnstaio pills found foe
rale In tho dreir shops. Priyr eir wonderful ca
thartic power. In proTortlotiuto- their lze, people
who have not tried the are" apt to rupporo that
they are har-a or dntic m effect, bntruchUnot
at all tbe ca. ,he dinVrcnt active medicinal prin
ciples of w hich thev are composed beins ao har
raonizea and motU'led. one by th? others, as to
produce ft moot konri-lilnir aud thor
uiis!i,yrt Kotitljrcnd ludlyoporallua;
JjOO RcTxanl Is herehy offered oy tho pro
prietor or these Pellets, to auy chcmlt Ttho,
upon an-vlysi'. ill find in them an Calomel or
other forms of mercury ot any other mvexal
IlclnB entirely vc(rctabIe,nopartrcn far
care is ,-eqalrcd while usimj them. They ope
rate w Ithoul dbmrbanco to the constitution, diet,
or occupation. For Jail nil lec. Headache,
Conatipatlon, I in pur o Hluod, Pain
In thu Shoulder, TiKtTtitCHn of tho
CliCNt, DizzluetiM, Sour Eructations)
of tho Momachi Had tan to In
lUOiiIIi, IIIIIiium nttacka. Pal a in
region of Kldneyw, Internal K'over,
Illoated fccllut; about stomach,
Ituoh ot IJlood to Head. Ills Col
ored Urine, ttisoclatjlllty nct
;iootny I'orcbodliiK", take Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Piiriintlvo Pcllctn
In ctplanailou of the remedial power of my Tur-
fithe Pellets ocreo preat a variety of dlces
wl-di to cay that tliclr notion upon the.
nnlmal economy Is uulvomal, not
Clan J or tlsxuo eticaplnti tliclr ana
tivo Iniprcii. Ao dues not tm(ialr them:
their rnit coitlnirai.il bcln enclosed In glass!
btlle3 prvencthcirvirtues unimpaired for any
lcth of tunc, in any ciinite. no thai they are al-wav-
frch end reliable, which ii not the ca
with the pihs found in the drui; store, pnt np ia
chiran v-ixnl or pate-bcard tox?9. Recollect that
f;rn'i d.M'es uhrre a Laxative, Altera
tlvo or Pu"rcatl'0 is Indicated, theim httlo
P.iliH uili give the most perfect Botlafac tioa to
all u tio ue them.
They nro nold by nil enterprising
DruRgltits at '-i3 cetitrf a. bottle.
Do rot allow any lrnpjlt to Induce yon lo
take anythlu ' clsj that be may tay Is Just as
rood as my Pcllelo lxxau"o ho makes a Urget
S rout on thit whi'h ho recommends. Jf your
nigyii-t cannot supply them, encloso 23 cent
and teccite them oy return msil from
u. y. rijuiii:, jr. j jvj.v,
VW L-.1 a
ASK FOR PYLES
BAKING- SODA !
EST IKT TJSB
Sold by Pundt, Meyer A Raapkeand Whltoey,
ISjuserman A Co.
East India Goods,
SI3 and 315 FltO.VT STRBE7T
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Columbus, . 2Teb.
Government Lands Located i
IT. P. lands Sold!
IniproTcd Farms and Towu Lots Yor
ON LONG- TIME!!
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